The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Arias Debils

?Nuleet Ioal Arlas told
tho Naionai A bly today
"Mlttple eemm ,&-jde other
bmeOie' are e ied to come
frlm 'the new ow uImaM-U.S.
treaty. '-'
In. hbi message to'the Assem-
bly which Bmt ioday tor the In-
auul s a the 195-1956
legisativae period, the Panama-
fat esIeAtk summarized some
Of the morE Imptant issues
bdleid b his annistraton
u th Asembl's recess pe-

oni on the.ues of Isa-
r, health arid Lsdal welfare,
.a. tio o, nastn economyi a-
re. conmmie and indus-

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S BUEOS AIRES, Oct. 1 (UP)- The revolutionary
' goVernment, bent on destroying the popular mrj of Juan
0. Peron as "Argentina's No. 1 worked' closedd
the love lmters the 60-year-old oaa 16-
year-old giil asking her to-jo pt .
SAPeron'. -setturd t / 'IMaba lvs 'lti .1,*,w

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and ml-
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till main-
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lhe rarde64t e work of, *-
cret Polloe M' satisfactory- .e-
spite the smalu appropriation ilt
had to work-with.
However, Prelident Arias said,
the secret pdele needed a.big-
xer force, aMOre transparta-
tion a good laboratory .and
impiemets for InvestlgattofRt,
all of which Is behi consid-
ered by the simlnlstration.
After calling the roll, the As-
sembly elected the new chair-
man who would preside over the
sessions for the month of Octo-
Following the delivery of
President Arias' message, the
nlcons went to the Presidencia

tarts Toward

NIXON GIVEN EXTRA GUARDS-Vice President Richard Nixon (second from left) leaves
thb Senate *fflce building In Washington under gaad of a detail of secret service men. Be-
ore President Eisenhower's illness a single agent %as asaned to the Vice President.

Cabinet Finds No Obstacles

To Conduct Of Government.

WASH GTON, Oct 1 (UP) decisions would have to be taken
Preident Eisenhower's Cabinet during the President's absence.
announced yesterday after a Nixon presided at the Ca b i n e t
lengthy review of foreign and meeting yesterday.
domestic affair that there a r e
"so obstacles" orderly conduct |

4a go"h A MbialtCa s
Ateges just about rued t of-
ficially any consideration of a HOLYWO Oct 1 (UP) -
forral delegation of a. resign James Dean,--4, a speed loving,
Rcl uthority to Vice Pesdent colorful hobby soxers idon and
Richard M. Nixon- brilliant new star, died at the
The Cabinet announced its con- wheel of his new $7000 German
lusins after meeting almost 2 sports car last night as he drove
hours at the White House from Hollywood to a road race in
In addition to regular Cabinet northern California.
members, the session was attend-
ed by such other high officials as Dean's career in motion p i c-
Budget Director Rowland Hughes. tures, the must promising since
After r e p o r ti n g they were Maron Brando's, ended abruptly
"greatly cheered" by the Presi- on a darkening highway 28 miles
dent's steady improvement, t h e east of Paso Robles when a car
Cabinet members said: driven by a 23-year-old student.
"After full discussion of pend- Donald Turnispeed of Tulare, Cal-
ing matters, it was concluded that if., turned left in front of the tear-
there are no obstacles to the or- drop shaped sports car.
derly and uninterrupted conduct The cars crashed head-on.
of the foreign and domestic at- The actor, his body battered by
fairs of the nation during the pe- the impact, died instantly. He suf-
doi nf rest ordered by the Presi fered a broken neck, numerous

P= -- ---s--J-- broken bosy y on c.r 0
where thev were guests f the dent's physicians" broken bones and cuts.
bby girl," andaskedher chief executive at a reception. The "responsible officers" of
:t "my dear baby girl," and asked her the various government depart- Dean's passenger, Roll Weuthe-
t me when arrive in Paraguay," 17-Month-Old, Boy meets ani agencies also pledged. rich, 29, a mechanic from a. sort,
Stme when I arrive in Paraguay. M th- d Boy "full cooperation"so "t h e car garage in Hollywood suered
ng you there right away," he wrote, Drow s In Shower functns of the government will broken leg and fractured jaw
be carried forward in an effective but was In good condition at Paso
Letters, lich police said favors after group parties at the H manner during the absence ofRoblesmemorial hos itl.
were transmitted to their by presidential residences. At Albrook Home the President." Turnispeed escaped wit a
the Paraguayan ambassador as Nelly, daughter of a night bruised nose.
Peron remained aboard a small watchman, who has a fortune in The baby son of an Albrook In addition, the statement is-
Paraguayan boat awaiting a jewels, clothes and cash, s a I d airman was drowned while play- sued by the White House on be- Several Ancon
sife conduct as to go into exile, "iris at the Secondary Students Ing in the shower at home this half of the Cabinet noted that
ecludedr wid such phrases as: Union (UES) used to fight over the morning at 10. presidential assistant Sherman A- u ses RHbbed*
"Weo; my tre "sure, be calm and chance to go to Peron s parties." The child was Steven Jones, dams was setting up an office in Houses Rouueu
Wlt. Many- kIsses and many de- 17 months old. His mother ap- Denver today so he later c an
sire. Unt ee you soon Juan According to police, Nelly's parently had left the room for "present any matters to the Pres- Canal Zone police toda9 were
Vwnwgo.Pero.' rooms were found to contain a a moment. The boy was playing ident." investigating a series of burglar-
-,ther told Nelly, "you are the fortune in gems, Paris go wn s, in the 4-ft. square shower stall Murray Snyder, assistant White les which occurred last night a-
ithing I have and the only cash and costly perfumes, similar which has a two-foot enclosure House press secretary, declined round Ancon.
dear thing leLto me. As you can to those used by Peron's late often used as a shallow swim- to comment when asked if t h e In some cases. it was learned.
1*aglne, think of you the whole wife, Eva. ming area for youngsters. He statement meant there would be 'he screens to apartments were
day long." "Public opinion can count on a may have walloped while playing, no extra delegation of powers to cut, and thieves made off with
It ended, "a big kiss from your full expose, at the opportune mo- it was reported. Nixon. some personal property of the
Pappy-Juan Pearo." meant along with photographic re- Despite Snyder's silence, t h at occupants.
In one- of t letters, P e r o n productions of the accumulated ev- Steven is the son of 8-8gt. was the interpretation placed on
asked Nelly to be sure and bring idence," an official statement and Mrs. James E. Jones. The it. Houses In the area around
doga with her when she joined from the office of President father is assigned to the Air Po- Nixon said Thursday no impor Venado Street was reported to
,I exile. "I love them very (Continued on Page 6, Col. 1) lice at Albrook. tant foreign policy or economic have been burglarized.
MEh," he added,
He tlhe asked her to bring him I
4V it one of his former res a r-
Sero fr years has beenKdnap Suspects Of 'Wolf-Whistling
- Motorcycle enthusiast.
"e police publication of the
a campaign on the part of
o tinagornth Negro Boy Let Loose On $10,000 Bond
thIaustere-life he pretended
oLea& Pero spent his time in
pfmu louasovaffairs and en.- GREENWOOD, Miss, Oct. 1 Friday and moved here on a kid- Authorities said prosecution, "You couldn't even investigate
kedhimself a he in office. UP) Two white kidnap us-'naping charge which was filed and defense officials agreed on a cow killing without somebody
As the government began tear- Pects went free under $10,000 before a body identified as that the amount of bond before the telling you about a rumor they
ifnt to e. former strongman's bonds bAll yesterday and re- of Till was found in the Talla- hearing and that any amount of heard. We heard Till had been
rgutieto only stormy weather turned to their homes for the hatchie River. A grand jury will ball could have been raised, seen alive in Detroit, Chicago,
Uwuld to be venting h im first time since they were ar- investigate the kidnapping charge "Why, they could have gotten New York and even near Parch-
*s E into political exile rested a month a o for thp in November. up to a million dollars In bond man State Penitentiary in Sun-
Per.wao had flowonly tce"wolfwhistle" abduction and Bryant and Mlam stood stiff- If they needed it," said Deputy flower County," he said. "There
-' il life becau. he is afraid Ilayin of Negro teenager Em- ly against the walls of pollard's Sheriff Ernest Stowers. sure are a lot of crazy people."
planes. probably will be taken mett Tll. smsa. office during the hearing. Towers said several wealthy The rumors began to crop up
.'r to Asumea capital of Bot. appeared to be uncomfor- planters in the area had prom- shortly after a defense attorney
ghei Pg Paragy, in a Pars- Roy Bryant, 24, and his half- tabl as a crowd jammed the lied to go "the limit" to ball the suggested to the jury that ac-
a p e *hcb a r r i v e aI brother, J. W. Milan. 36, posted door of the office, men. quitted Bryant and Milam that
1day. bond after an Informal, three- Ml6am told reporters he would After the hearing the two de- "certain organizations wouldn't
It ram flies, e probably will minute hearing before Leflore return to his home near Glen- fendants paused briefly to pose have been above dumping a
.1 to leave e d-besides a County Judge Charles Pollard. doia and Bryant said he would for pictures then climbed into 'Totting, stinking body into the
ami dollar itune ina g olad Then, after receiving congratu- reopen his store I Money where a car with their brother. Ed Mi- Tallahatchle River in hopes that
"eS esh and v, many girl nations from Sheriff George Till a teedly Insulted Bryant's lam, and sped out of town. Nel- it would be identified as Emmett
haf don steamer 8Smith and a crowd of curious, wife with a "wolf whistle" four their of their wives was at the Til."
ltneosoe's id were taken they roared off i1 a big Oldsmo- days before the 14-year-old Chi- hearing.
th g ea* Paraguay the bfle teo heir farm and store In cago boy was abducted from his Deputy Sheriff John Ed Coth- Leflore County officers testi-
Per w ded it Sept. the rfth cotton-growing Delta une's home. ren said he was plagued with fled at the trial that Bryant and
area north of here. heres some cotton picking telephone calls Thursday night Mllam admitted taking the boy
Sto ee that The two were acquitted of a I've got to do," said; ry- from persona wanting to know from the home of Mose Wright
5. a L mWho Iit h murdet. Indictment in nighbor- aUt ald he open his tore "was true that Emmett Till but maintained they let him go
TeeM4p)'i tu b -lhatcWhe County latl "BIer I've r ied.up a bit" waa seen Avte somewhere?" unharmed.

Heart Doctors

Besieged Since

Ike's Attack
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP.) -
President Elent Eisenhower's heart at-
tack has sent men ove 4 0 to
their doctor's offices in .~imbers
described by one specllist as
"fantastic." it was leat ed to-

time* its usual nunmer of calls
each day since the resident was
stricken. Most calls want to
know what to do about their own
or a relative's real or Imagined
symptoms, the association said.
A check of three eminent heart
doctors showed two had "very
noticeable increases" In the
number of persons asking for
examinations. The third said
that in the few days since"the
President's attack he has book-
ed appointments which will keeo
him busy for weeks. He said
there was as yet no let-up in the
number of requests.
Virtually every applicant for a
heart check is a man over 40,
the three doctors said. That was
the danger age and sex referred


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But Doctors

Him Orders,

No Talking Back

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DENVER, Oct. 1 (UP) Piesidenftisenh "*4
making a start toward picking up an active role a..s
Executive again. But his doctors ar# dictating Whl .*'
can do, when-he can do it and how much can do and tll"
is no talking back. ;,
He signed two routine documents, promoting 1 '1r ":
eign service /officers, on his sickbed in !tzsimons AiiW.
Hospital last night. Normally, only the 117 diplomatsi)L -
their families would have been interested. '-*
But because it was the first active work the Preois :
has done since he suffered a heart attack last Sato i
it was an event ol almost international significance. ...
Sherm A Adms, the Presidents No. 1 assistant ar.-
rived fro ashi1gton just before the documents w m
signed idwas in the President's quite. But the PreddWm
was being prepared for his night's rest, his second d lIT
side his oxygen tent. ,

For that reason, the doctors of what to expect fr
told Adams not to come in and Ing Chief Executive
Maj. Gen. Howard McC. Snyder, next few weeks.
the president's physician, took Mr. Elsenhower'
the documents in. ronary throsoaWs%,
This Ohowed that the d4 1rday.y tw.
'*e. rather thangihetl .

remained, Prdentl The ltendant ph
press secretary James Haer- cided, h~ that he laI l
ty dispelled it when be said: proved enoughby late ye
"I woul dlike to insist that the to affix written approval to to
doctors are in charge of the case highly routine lists of foreili
and Governor Adams and my- service promotions.
self at all times will ask the doe- These involVed recess appo1nt-
tors for their decisions before ments of career officers of the
taking any action." lower State Department *be-
Adams was expected to see the Ions which will be. submitted lat
President some time today, after r to the Senate for confiraa-
getting the full medical picture tlon. _

40 Buildings In Canal Zone

Put Up For Sale, Demolition

to by the Boston heart special-,
1st, Dr. Paul Dudley White, call- Approximately 40 buildings., Buildings slated for demaoitlo
ed to Mr. Eisenhower's bedside. Including the old La Boca Cl.b- In Balboa and Ancon Includ-two
One Individual who has long house, an old Nurses' Quarters early Canal cottages In t
worked for public education on in Ancon, a hospital ward In Heights and six quartermaBl
the problems of heart disease Corozal and the Chiva Chiv\, three garage buildings in dIii -
expressed the belief that the school building, are now being Other buildings includcda.3
President's illness. tragic though advertised for sale and demoli- the list are seven quarterrated
It is, may have done great good tion by the Panama Canal Corn- the old La Boca Clubhous
In awakening people to the seri- pany. building proper in the townslte
ousness of the problem. In addition to the various of La Boca; two bachelor qumr-
buildings and quarters. severPI ters, a one-family cottage- an
"It's scared some people into thousand feet of railroad track the old hospital yard in Corop4:
finding out about themselves," located on the Atlantic Side are six four-family houses, one. q-
he said. "and the fact that the included In the invitation. family house, three cottages arA
newspapers are full of so much The nurses' quarters in Ancon two garages in Pedro MIU1 l;
Information about what heart Is a building which was con- and three old 12-family holWes
disease is and what can be done structed at the beginning of the in Rainbow City. .
about !t may have '.ng range war in 1941. It has been unoccu- In the cocoll area the build-
benefits for everyone." pied for the past two years. ings include an old Scout akelt
6n Thatcher Highway; an&-Wo
emergency fire station on Bruju
Road: two shop buildings an
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ALMOST READY-Tne USS Saratoga. second of the'Torrestal
class of aircraft carriers, is shown in drydock at Brooklyn,
N.Y. The ship will be chrtened Oct. B.

The railroad track betngaef-
fered for sale by the PanfLIs
Canal Company includes .88h
lineal feet of track betweenmim.
south gate of the Cristobal poal-
ing Station Area to the ws -
side of Pier 16; 1.997 feet of spuf ,
track extending northward front
the south end of north ladder
track at the Cristobal Yard te
the Electrical Division Suhata-
tion at Cristobal; and 400 lIne#s
feet of track near the
Canal bridge at Mount Ho. .
Bids will be opened Oct. 44 I'
the Balboa Heights Admianlait
tlon Building. .

Son Bias Expect
To Face Second tl
Burglary Charg..
A second chars of
expected to be M .
against a Ban Bias i
the Balboa J*u a .ft
District Court. i
The defendant
zalez, 21.
trial in the-
first degree
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IlNar we mseied j'tenfuly and are handled in a wholly confidenti
1 f IM y res mhld e letter don't be Impetiintif does n't pp**er t1
Iih ~Y eraM p 4elbkled hin the *rae treswCstd
st se kbee tphe senu limited to one pe* length.
S ety tle a t writes is b hld in rtrictist tnlidence.
sS am e eussIMa s nsespMistlHty fo statemeats ase eiies
r la le fis hem devs-
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S W)11 the new treaty be beneficial to the poor, the under-
ed aAd the unemployed? Will it help the starving mul-
rca everywhere? I am afraid it will not.
7 the closing of the commissaries and clubhouses and the
nce of the sales of ship stores, unemployment will be
ed. Starvation will be aggravated and chaos must pre-
SIt will be dark days for the weak. Only the rich will reap
the eve the forthcoming dark days, we do give the Canal
Government and the Panama Canal Co. most humble and
S ty thanks for all their goodness and loving kindness to us
- rD1 the past 40 years, by providing us with wonderful dwel-
schools, recreation centers, medical care of a standard
cannot be exceeded, a high standard of sanitation and
a.r for providing us with commissaries in which we were privi-
1 ffoto purchase the very best qualities of foodstuffs, dry goods,
hoea, *etc., at very moderate prices.
We lament even now for the wrath to come upon us. To
think of 1957 in which the treaty will be in effect is pathetic to
us ho will be affected.
e know for sure that there will be a prevailing shortage
of foodstuffs, and when available the cost will be such that only
the rich will be able to purchase same. Any foodstuff that we,
"the weak, will be able to purchase will be unfit -for human con-
41 course, profiteering will be at a premium. As regarding
waring apparel we will go naked by reason of the high cost of
s'. LappareL- The proposedd taxation Is without representation,
and therefore is unjust.
This taxation wl' further burden we the poor. Our inalien-
le ghts and the pursuit of happiness will be totally extinct.
S The housing condition makes up panicky. In this connec-
we trust that the kind-hearted Panama Canal authorities
exercise complete sovereignty over the Canal Zone area, wili
phlased to continue granting us such privileges as heretofore,
that we may live our short lives with happiness and not die in
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The cold-blooded political
of the harsh news from
may be the making of a 4
"simon-pure New Dealr1
Detroit-and the spurt t H
Stevenson's, Averell Harr ll
Estes Kefauver's chance i
a. Democratic nomination fAr
il presidency.
The 44-year-older is te Q
W time governor of Michig r
campaign-clever "Soapy
Mennen Williams, el
votes, funds and ctam
* chinery delivered y le
Political Action Committee
influential AFL forces in the a'
That, at least, is the thinking
labor's top policy and strafte
making circles. I1 talked to thi
labor chiefs as the doctors' bul
tins rolled in From Fitzsimons
my Hospital. These union lead
e were shocked and saddened,
they are personally fond of ike
and long before he ran as a 1
publican some of these same m
nad urged him to run, with th
backing, on the Democratic tick
But in cold impersonal politic
terms, this is what they see hi
opening in coming months:
They believe Dwight Eisenhow
will be out of the political pictu
They do not believe that Supren
Court Chief Justice Warren w
permit himself to be drafted
Therefore, they say, there isn't t
slightest chance that any other R
punlican including the newer
name of all, Gov. Christian Hert
of Mass.-could get labor to ea
up its all-out attacks on the G(
or to swing them from endorsing
Democratic candidate.
The bulk of the nation's politic
leaders won't even stage-whisp
it now but they are opposed
Adlai Stevenson for many reason
including the fact that he ic
once. 'Iney think he'd lose agi
They admire New York's (to
Averell Harriman but they b
lieve that at the age of 64 the pu
lic, with Mr. Eisenhower and I
illness in mind, will not flock to
candidate who would govern t
land between the ages ox 66 and 7
They believe that this is the e
of the younger candidate. Milio
of new voters ate turning of age
and millions of women are fiocKii
to the polls for the first time. L
bor believes these forces will n
vote again for a man who is in ti
President's age bracket.
This leaves labor with sever
other hopefuls. There is Tenne
see's Estes Kefauver. Labor lik
him. But the hard-headed lab
chiefs don't believe he can cart
the Democratic Party convention
and so won't hook themselves
to him.
Labor won't chance going into
Democratic convention to ooost
loser. This would cripple the
influence in the party's policy-ma
ing circles and reduce them t
supplying money and manpowi
to a candidate they bucked.
They see Pennsylvania's Go
George Leader as a "good
even personal, friend," but to
young and inexperienced for thi
national nomination, what wit
just part of one gubernatorial tern
behind him.
Much the same is the attitude
towards New Jersey's Gov. Rober
Meyner. They believe he is ot
young in politics" and has not ac
complished enough in his state du
ing his one term to float him on
national nomination.
So they say that with a rea
chance to win in '56 they want
young man-experienced, and wit
considerable campaign personality
-and who reflects the "labor-lit
eral" viewpoint.
For this, they say, Gov. William
of Michigan is made-to-order. H
is 44 years old. He has four suc
cessful campaigns behind him. H
probably can get the Democrati
nomination, although he will b
vigorously opposed by Souther
and Northern Conservative dele
gate. So will Harriman and Ste
venson, say the labor people; s
that's no deterrent.
The union men, being realists
are aware that Gov. Williams wil
be accused of being "Walte
Reuther's man" or the "CIO can
didate." But they point out tha
after Dec. 5, the AFL and CIO
will be one merged organization
and will have one merged political
action committee and that all la
bor will act as a unit.
That's why, barring some last
minute development in this trick:
political business, they are plan
ning to throw their weight tc
'Soapy" Williams in the wide-opel
fight which will electrify the Dem
ocratic national convention nex

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peaes ea the set of the new
moes *War ad Peace," ac-
eoret~g te eorts frm urope,
where it being Aimed. Flah
sai4 that Star Audrey Hepburw
staIth Ioe set In a huff.
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If Jane has zilchsloogles, and Zilch had flipped her sloogle, and, never made any sense to me for
James has zumzi sloogles, how please, could i go somewhere else a similar, reason. In addition to
many sloogles have they got to- to school. a bunch of goofs singing "do, re,
gather? Don't sit there like an I learned my sums on the apples mi, fa, so, la, ti, do," and then
idiot. Anybody knows the answer and oranges kick, and was really back down the hill again, the
is gerf sloogles. quite well-nourished by the time teacher said it was a scale. I knew
I have not suddenly gone mad I hit plane geometry. Apples were what was a scale. It grew on a
or returned to second babyhood. especially helpful in learning frac- fish. Or else it was something to
This is one of the newer ed- tions, because you could see what weigh something on.
ucational systems being tried out the teacher was talking about Same way when she brought up
today in Dearborn, Michigan. when she cut the poor innocent th business of so many beats to
Zilch, zumzi and gerf have been little beast into hal v e s and a measure. I was a country kid,
substituted for one, two and three, quarters and eighths. Then you and to me a beet was a red vege.
and a sloogle is an apple. ate the apple, thereby retaining table that I wasn't particularly
An orange, as everybody knows, the bulk of the lesson, whilst simul- fond of, and a measure was a
is a quin. taneously adding healthy rough- round oaken sort of basket with
This came about because one of age to the system. an iron strip around the rim, and
our educators decided that the old- you fed the cow oats out of it.
fashioned method of teaching I neper dug that algebra very When the- teacher Never produced
sums by the apple.and orange deip, because there ain't nobody, either bee i per nas' res, J lost
method was confusing, because it not even the late Miss Hettie interest in -usic.
was apt to take the chee-ild's mind Struthers, going to sit up there
off the problem and set his sal- and tell me that "a" plus "c" If I know kids-and there are
ivary glands to working overtime, equals "z" to the third power if about six shouting outside the door
thus distracting him from short divided by "x". She had her zum- fo: me to come iflay baseball-
division. 2is crossed, this new system of zilches and
The professor is quoted as say- But I could understand geome- gerfs isn't going to get very far.
ing that the non-meaningful words try, because it had a shape and It does not take much to amuse
make the student realize that he made some visual sense, and a child, and, in so doing, wreck
is dealing with abstract symbols again you could take a globe and a teacher's nervous system.
rather than real commodities. All a protractor and a ruler and make But, if you will pardon me, din-
I know is, if any teacher ever hit some sense out of what was a ner's ready. We are having sloogle
my childish brain with this busi- hypotenuse. In a pinch, you could pie with ice cream, and I intend
ness of how many sloogles make a make it on a quin-pardon, I mean to have zumzi helpings, maybe
gerf, I would stalk home with my an orange. j gerf, if there's enough- to go
pencil set and report that Miss The courses we had in music around.

Walter Winchell In New York

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c- THE BROADWAY PARADE Likely To Succeed" Bob Mitchum promising young actor a few years
e Celebs About Town: Shelly tipped a bellman $20 at the Savoy. ago Had a small (but impor
c and Farley G. among 57th Street Plaza for lighting his ciggie tant) role in a smash click drama
e Street strollers Roz R. posy. Friends of Barbara Hutton report starring M.B. Got Equity
n shopping at a Park Avenue florist she will wed Baron von Cramm Iminimum-about $75 O. ut-of-
S. Rita -H. (and tots) meeting tennistar, next month. "I should town notices were so sugary for
e- Joe Di. at Dinty Moore's .'. have married him," they say she him he requested a small raise
o Ezio P. (a red-hot Dodger fan) said, "18 years ago!" .. The producers promised it in
displaying a group photo of the --N.Y. if the play clicked He
team, autographed Chas. C. Cast of Characters: Count Ba- never got it He made a
11 (in Cafe Nino) without his mon- side's swing-drummer Sonny Payne squawk and was fired Went to
r ode Eileen B. taking a tap (at Birdland), who doubles in thelthe author and director with his
- on the chin from Rocky M. at daytime as a Harlem embalmer plea "Sorry, our hands are
t Cavanagh's .Walt D. ogling'. The not-bad-looking blonde, tied," he was brushedA. He flip-
0 Archie M.'s shiner near Lindy's i who gets all dressed up at mid- ped completely ... Sent to a sani-
A Gregory P. turning heads at night to peddle papers at 52nd tarium 2 years ago His
l the Chambord curb, hailing a keb, and Bway The Western Union loyal girl-friend visits four times
- in that sooooo saxee verce .messenger-"boy" (in the W. 54th a year-the limit permitted. .
Hedy L. giving Leslie House pa- St. area), who wears a row of He keeps screaming at her: "Get
trons the sighs Yvonne DeC. faded Spanish War ribbons me out! Get Me Out!" But
y monopolizing the Chateau Madrid "Little Miss Yoshi," the Japanese she knows it may never happen
parquet with her zingy Mambo dwarf artist (at the 52nd St. Penny Because they tell her he must
0 Audie M., the war-hero-film- Arcade), sketching a poster in He- stay confined For fear if he
n star, bowing the applaudience at brew Singer Rosalind Paige, gets out-he will kill the famous
the Latia Q. | whose hip-length hair hugs her co-producers, director and author.
t -- 116-inch waistline. ---
Sallies In Our Alley: "Where --i Finger-Pointing: George Kent's
can the Republicans find another Broadway Biographer: How in- 88ing at Cafe Nino Robert
guy like Ike?" "Yeah. Look dependent can you get? Actress Merrill's voice-a-tility via RCA's
how long the Democrats have been Naftey Millard rejected a 7-year "Carousel" album .. Billy
looking for someone. like him-" Paramount contract. Wants a defi- Gwon's and The Gold Coin (forI
Memo to Jim Hagerty & Co: nite before-the-cameras role Chinese delicacies) The Col-I
Things didn't look so good for an- Congrats to Michael Pertka, celeb- ony, La Imperiale and Enrico &I
other Heavyweight Champ in the rating 50 years with Western Paglieri's for anything-on-the menu
2nd Round last week, either. But Union this week. They are giving Earl Bostic s (King) platter of
he got up! him a watch, instead of a hunk of "Dream" Jackie Kannon (at
its stock Belafonte is the firstiLa Vie) for Laughs and Marion
The B'way Track: Terry Moore. (male) Negro to appear at the Bruce for Tears Tomorrow's
(Speedy Miss) Perry Como. Waldorf's Empire Room. Nan-jLux Video Theatre-showing the
(Keen threat) Bing Crosby. cy (Always On) Ber g startled first clips of the Howard Hughes-
(Nothing lately) Archie Moore distinguished, Brishers in El Mo-'RKO film, "The Conqueror," with
(Flashed life in last) Sheree rocco by flinging some bumps John Wayne and Susan Hayward.
North, KNot bad). ..Marilyn Mon- (and the Grind) at them
roe. (One to catch). Jane Rus- plus some saty wordage ... Sounds in the Night: At Si Bon:
sell (Should be close) .Ava The show-folks-set is tch-tchatting "The nation has the heart-Ike" .. .
Gardner (In rare form) ... Rocky about a newcomer actress (of The In the Cub Room: "Eisenhower
Marciano. (One to beat) Bob Actors' Studio) who turned down out-dignifies everybody-" In
Mitchum. (Erratic but fast) a producer's offer for a film. "I Reuben's: "I hate people who
Lana Turner (In tight fit) .. Su- can't, she shuddered "stand his think they think" ... At the Em-
san Hayward (On edge) Oleg table manners!" Bridget Gate. bers: "She's some dish all right.
Cassini. (Blinkers on) house Strong's new hair-do makes but she's on everybody's menu!"
Margaret OBrien. (May surprise) her look so new pals do not recog- At Polonaise: "The guy who saves
Casey Stengel. (Right there) nize her Quite a scene back- for a rainy day is seldom much
.. Pegwy Lee. (Very dangerous) stage at "Pajama Game" between fun at night" At Cafe St.
... .Grace Kelly (Best bet) Stanley Prager (he was mentioned Denis: "I'd love to go to Europe,
during the recent Bway Theater but I hear you always run into
Memos of a Midnighter: The Cong. Committee probe) and a the bores you run away from at
McGuire Siaters (who got $3,000 chorine in the hit, whose husband Sardi's!"
a week some weeks three years a former Red, testified against ex
ago) made half-a-million it the comrades in the show. Got so rougS Broadway Owl: Mesdames Raye
last 3 years Marianne Olsen someone made a "show-must-go-1 & Jakbead shriek: "ldsses, yoU
joined the cast of "Fanny" and on!" speech at curtain-time. (deleted by the editor) we swear
made an auspicious entrance. Slip- ---- we never used profanity In front
ped and landed on the hit's title Street Car Named Desire: Few of that little girl" ... Sid Caesar
Talk about Timing: The Sept. know of his plht ... Except Uis eats four teos (at a time) in Al
Harper's cover (which studies the heartbroken kn and inti ,tes .'& Dick's Irving Berlin's camr
Veep) eaptios: "Nixon; M o st His initials sar V.C. A taumusMl ea Pfage t

Secretary of the Treasury RELGIOUS INTOLERANC
George -Humphrey is not only one The grim details have been ce.
of the most potent figures in the scored, but a wave of fanatic re-
Eisenhower administration, but he ligious persecution is sweeping
has a mini of his own as far as in. American-backed Iran.
fluence is concerned. He' not only What worries the State Depart-
influences Ike, but he is not in- meant is that the sordid story maly
fluenced in turn by Ike's c lose be laid before the United Nations..
friends* on the eve of Vice President Nix-
Two of the men closest to Eisen on's departure for the Near East.
hewer are Clint Murchison a n d It would be awkward for him t&
Sid Richardson, the big Texas oil show up in Teheran as the Shah's
millionaires, who have entree to th guest while the United Nations was
White House almost any hour of blasting Iran for religious atroci-
the day or night. They are credit- Itties.
ed with helping to influence the Object of the persection Ith'o
President on Tidelands Oil, and ,Baha faith, a minority'sect bh
they also helped to swing control a large native following in- w
of the New York Central Railroad The religion has branches, top,
to their fellow Texan, Robe r in htis country with headqu*,ters
ioun owen kdon wrs engf Iat Wilmette, Ill. Iran, a Moslem
mitkn g'knck ^ow .nrVg a country, is intolerant of other re-
derbilt interests then controlling ""ons.
the railroad. Few details of the atrocities have
But when it comes to race leaked through tight Iranian cen-
tracks, Murchison and Richard- sorship. However, information
son don't seem to have the same reaching the State Department
drag. At least they don't have through diplomatic channels re-
it with th.e secretary of the treas- veals:
ury. 1. Fanatics have destroy d Ba.
The two oil tycoons purchased hai crops and livestock, looted Ba-
the Del Mar race track near San hai homes and churches. Gen. Na*
Diego some time ago, and an- der Batmanghelich, Irapian Arinf
nounced they would operate it to chief, personally helped tear dow I
raise money for a boys' town the dome of Bahai headquarters in
in California patterned after Boys' Teheran. -
Town near Omaha, Neb. 2. Sect members have been at-
Subsequently, they applied to the tacked and beaten. A family of
Treasury Departmept for a tax- seven was hacked, to death.
exempt status on the ground that A young boy was lashed with .
the race track was I chaM Here 'gx-poMited mace. An HBmOnt .
they ran into trouble. In 1951 Con. baby was 'delibersaly trqmpleda,
gress passed a law, largely in- 3. Bahai women have been phi'-
spired by the fact that New York ducted and forced to marry Mos.
University had acquired the Muel- lems. One 15-year-old girl was pub-
ler Macaroni factory, forbidding licly raped.
charitable or educational organi-
zations from operating businesses, 4. The bodies of Bahal dead
such as Mueller's. have been drageed from their
graves and mutilated.
Murchison and Richardson ar- 5. Official threats have bee n
gued, however, that one section of made to discharge all Bahais in
the law permitted the Del Mar government who would not recant
Race Track to be tax-free. They their faith.
argued this at great length, even
came to lunch with George These shocking atrocities have
Humphrey. been reported by the U.S. em.
Humphrey, however, remained bassy which emolovs many Bahais
adamant. He didn't say so to them, and 'has protested vigorously to
but he's inclined to regard a race the Iranian government.
track operated as a cure for ju-
venile delinquency in about the '
same category as a liquor busi-
ness financing a home for alco-
Those pesky chiggers that plague
Boy Scouts, outdoorsmen, and pic-
nickers may soon be out of work, '
according to Maj. Herbert Ley,
an Army doctor just back from
Many a camper snoozing in the
woods has met his match in these
tiny infuriating insects, so small
that three of them have been pho-
tographed taking an afternoon
stroll on the head of a pin. Secret
of their success is the way they a
burrow invisibly into the skin, rais-
ing agonizingly itchy welts.
Though it neglected chigger re-1


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GTO-White House at- search In World War U, Majo*
t talking aboutIt yet, Le reports that the Army tIs now.'
t Eueniower had fi-1 ttine after the litUtle nuisances,
ed to ask Conress for ,aving found during the Korea
egislatiou aimed at'War that they spread disease to
frm Incomes jut before U.S. troops. The result i, sw5
ti m hope for, civilians too, part cularly
made this decision re- those who hunt and fish.
He's afraid that. once he Believe it or not, clever Japaf-
ropeim e Pandora box of farm ese technicians working ut.der
problems, sorts of trouble will American direction have been dis.
break loose. Also, nobody around seating chiggers under micro,
him has what looks like a real'scopes, in an effort to find Out
formula for the farmers' plight. ,what makes them tick..T-Aou g "
However, Ike was pPersu ade d these bugs are far smaller than
by his political advisers, especially pinhead, the Army has al& dis
Len Hall, that vote disaster is covered ways to chain them. down
brewing In the Middle West unless without injury, so the hundredrd
something drastic done, varieties can be identified and
Secretary of Agriculture Benson their living habits studied.
has approved the idea and ha_ Major Ley admits, however, that
three of his top experts busy draft, there are problems. For example,
ing proposals which will be hand.- you may have a bowl of cbgeerU
ed to Congress shortly after it re-. in the laboratory, or, since ther.
convenes. almost invisible, then again,
Among the proposals are two may noti Obviously tbhe)re hi
Democratic plans which will be to keep tabs on
camouflaged as much as possible. p
One is the Brannan Plan which However, work is "prg-A r
the Eisenhower administration has in for the best way to cope
already applied to wool. The other ch gers. In the interim, or
is the old Henry Wallace Plan of Ley suggests: impregnate yarur
paying farmers for takin a cer clothes with inect repellenbe
tain amount of land out of produc- fore going out in the fields; the*
tive acreage, rub some on your skin for .=

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L LCZ Forecast For October:

am. Cm'i Zeeo eud termufs.a
CriSan Scientist i." P" le l Cels. Repub" Pames, extend wele T he following weather cond lard ut section of the Canal
at eM iasse me and wsmen of tea ed s*is, ead o .iall* rQStS 8nU DaSeS tons are base on past records and the central section of the
m6~ mc *r i. uhiaUd M m M a PACIFIC -X and may be expected to occur in Isthmus along the Trans-Isth-
PA3 aggiggrd.I A. Ow 5flig S.n Tbh Pag AWarls Ms 1 elmw. by Pret#stat the Canal Zone and vicinity dur- mian highway, but none is likely
afiS Wem-s i* de-es-abemas.d ~le of b e t We hip med ION 1les act eivities. FORT AMADoR in, October. to occur at either Canal en-
/= seaia. UiMmed f. related lrWSm e M l s ti h. Denmineamis hviog nornday Schooi Weather: Rainy-season condi- trance. Most of th o foes form a-
jaru = 7e9. vex e a w two 14.atii M undes e"OHM ChseKha And FORT CLAYTON ......... 0- tions will become intensified round midnight and may be ex- I
t i" i J.j., .m Se s eek A s om l ting lthsd" or lrvi a* Amy pw Sunday school (Building No 154) *. during October, and heavy show- pected to dissiDate before 8:30
____ Ak pre bss en- d N l rotaN FORTW ohip ""............. l ers may be expected over the a.m.
..,Mi Ales, dshlatch mother fad W lpA"" sia w k ied to tirw Sunday School (Building 71)... 9* entire Isthmus at more frequent Temperatures: The monthly
4 .. .f ChSt I w b y Wend noi the- at y g w=,sip 1........... 0:45 intervals. Rain will be likely to mean air temperature will be be- -
oWfU Cwhrist e eadesk f#or the Cmie srday'sa cuh5m P94 coRO&5- W" "osi occur on 22 days distributed tween 79 and 80 degrees. Thel
SE. a. Muim2 B-al- "-- Mori Worship ...A.. -"'.... *: over 83 hours at Balboa Heights daily maximum and minimum
Telephone 2410 ALROO AI FOCE 36and107hors t tmpeatues illaveage85
.4o:o 1 Balboa S od. Sunday School .......... .30 and 21 days and 107 hour at temperatures will average 85
un : am. et a.. L atho( CIO i al Mornin. Worship ............ 10:45 Cristobal. The average amount and 73 degrees on. the Pacific.
AUttody A.Youth Group 0....... = and 9:00 of rainfall for the month is 10.57 side and 86 and 75 on the At-

inrFor iad 7:00 to s 5:00 p .. rday, bfore SaNDAy. S HoBCodmmun.on (Episnopal Sunday Octobers on record are: 20.27 to water in Balboa and cristobal
aeusl "mo*AL U=ic Suemn Man"s: Sny 2:00. 6.41 na

-rst Friday: 7:e en 7:: p an. ** 30m. 0vn w p s:0 lyoty aoh- l Hel nts haro 11 b e 2
on Mondaysn
........ "ro ..X.T.. 0 oNAyL ......... :3 amim.l .. Ng. ...S..... 4.35 Inches at Balfboa Hgh, arbors will be between 82: and5
If TAlSuAl te :00 ma ai ..............****. CatFnOR ADam, and 42.17 to 5.83 inches at Relative Humidity: The rgla-
dla S.... Stu Cub P rayer nd S rmon 11:00 a. M .............. .., oCristobal. tive humidity will average about .
,d W 36 n '* _,r th s ay Massn ............... 7:30 '& 9:00 Clouds and Sunshine. Mostly 88 per cent at Balboa Heights, TH
3ild AC cD ON T--A- mn .FO.. .......". 11: CLAYTON ,. cloudy skies will Rrevall during 90 per cent at Madden Dam, and TH
A caU n AHv s EUT-hAeo man ......... 11:00 adm. Daily Mass ..................... 7:15 ill be
Acon Blvd. Sunday aMses: 55. 7:30 & 9 30 am. a M Mas..... ........: 7:15 October, but there will be an av- 85 per cent at Cristobal. DUT
Samey prc Holy a n m :asses 5: a.m an.m ~ 1e lc.or SM.. coo erage of 5 hours of sunshine per Winds: Light variable winds
I Anm o / 3:3-0 ~pmo :0ad_. lS 30 HWY nd O _m ..........68941-Sou......... 10:30 day. There will, however, be a- will prevail; direction will be D M
2fe Satu 30 to 6:00 and CUXCK OF 0US "aVImU FORT ilBBl hRU
o invitt 7:15 to p.m. urd s before First Thir t Street. New Cs y........................ : bout 5 days during the month mostlv off-shore. The average
to Friday 7 p.m. The Rev. Miton A. Cookon. Pastr Saturday Ma ............. ,...80 with no sunshine at all. velocity will be between 5 and 7 TORE
Son. sacred Heart Dotiom: 70 p.m. e oly Communio ....... 7:3 a. Sunday ...............7 :001 and :00 So Fogs: Night-time and early- miles per hour.
Friday. Church School.........%. 9:30 a. (ASpa gteh 0 mted
a ide Catechism Class: 3: to 4:45 p.s n Bible Class Morning Prayer ALBROOK AIR FORCE BAsE mTorning fogs may be expected Storm: Local rain and thun-
U or 3ite to Suuray.nda. o Communion) u ................Gal-.. derstorms will occur quite fre-
o el. __ 0113 OUR LADl OF FATIMA-Curandu Wednesday quently, and during these storms
SSunda Mas at 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion ........ :30 a.mU.. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN wind velocities may reach 30
Holy y Mass t 8:30 pm. Choir Rehearsal .......... 7:30 p.m. Sunday Mass .............9:30 miles er hour r mre, but
Bpist Confsions: 0rar forl-peopl. D Promise w:in voel may5 or morea 30t
"- lles ers O ............hour o p......m buts .. .
urrda. 6 s0t o to 0O HL ALBROOK AIR FORC. BAS p their duration is too short to
WapstL CaA. lechsm : am. fturhday =to otSAndrew Saturd .. 4 p.. cause any appreciable damage.
Hol _4... .. C.a..r.ay ..................... 2 T. To free German ... ..
alLduiRaki t a -- Holy CWmmunioa Bai FR rreen West Indian hurricanes may
Sd Faeo L red.m. fsSTte I.. F Hmly Prayor and Church School Tuesday ..................... T .m cross ship lanes in the Car-ib
a chool .m. undr. *UY ..\\";; :: : cross ship lanes in the Carub-
wM worship 11:0 a. Sunday. Sonda Mass.s at 7:0 and 8:5 am : ad Divin.Worshp ......... :30 p.. an Sea, Gulf of Mexico and
JoSiUnninonn 6:30 p.m. SWunday. Holy ay Mass at 6:00 p.m. irnt Sunday an S m isoners W ar western Atlantic Ocean, but
.....orship 7l:350"Sunday. Wlekday Malssm ..:00 pMm. Uom Pis S d I n P o e ux
I -- p w Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and Eveing Prayer. 1:3 .m. Jewish their usual path is too far north
we& ior6:30 to 7:20. Weekday Prayer 6:00 aL ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
on- da. catechism Class: Sunday 3:oo to 4:00 CO OZA. Saturday .................4:00 p.m. MOCOW, Oct 1 (UP) -.The of Panama to cause damaging
,oth .rhood 700 P.M. M on m "day.G FORT KOBBE S.viet Union' ket its promisee to winds on the Tsthmus. Converse-
Tonth ellhi 0 p.n. atu, day Mpir.aculous Medal Novenal 7.)00 p.m. V4 hlrls, Ar bdescon Satur O .................2:00 p.m. flf n n y t aly u a2 e
r .BThblrs school, on Fmray :0 am. very Friday; Morn r. ATLANTIC SIDE West German ChanceUlor Konrad ly, they usually cause a to
Convert Instructon T day 7 r. ATL Adenauer and East German Pre- a break in the routine ranv-
Sp.m. (B._ aFr dAI.) FORT DAVIS mier Otto Grotewohl today and or. season weather with moderate
.GAM. !A. B ,nar...h Morning Worship .............. 11:00 dered the return of 9626 German to fresh southerly breezes and
SMs The Rvy John Sr Priet Chare day Scoo................ 9:3 war prisoners, but some will re- fine sunny weather.
SHoy a Masss: 8:30 and 5:00 ~m. SUNDAYS Morning Worship ............... 1:00 main prisoners in Germany.
oy l fay on S turday 5. a Morning Pray nf 0. COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION The presidium of the Supreme
(It-it fallsan Sat u"rdy the .l... Sundao S..y s The -presidium of the Supreme
i4:00o~ d a- o. Sur tho 5.8 and Holy .Communiona.ndS. 103- m un ol .............. 1: Soviet, Russia's parliament, said
Contem-ons: Saturday 210 to 5:00 and HMorning Worship .............. 11:00
:0 t :00 p. Thursd beor Frt nd 4t Sunday .. 1 :0 am. Church Time Nursery .......... 10:30 it could not remit the sentences of
Friday67:30 Pxm Fellowship ........ 5:00 p.m.
Friday 7:30 p.M. Novena and Sta- Feowshi .. 5 749 of the prisoners "in view of the
tio ou the Frda y a s venin ray ......:.... 7:00 p.m. C especially grave crimes they have S
ions of the Cron: Fd70MSDSmmitted against the Soviet peo- Sa
Catechis Clam: After 830 Ma n Friendly Society ... 6:00 p.m. FORT DAVIS committed against the Soviet peo-
I=2 BAPT. -,T CUmXCII C Sunday. 62 pe. .N ... *:20 Sunday Mas .............. :S10 I :45 pie.'
CWe Thda 0 p.m. Tuesday an ng d raveg er and Serma :00 p.m.M. FORT LCK 1o The decree said 8877 will be re-
8a1boa Hoiskip,.& ThuraTUD SundaLONAVL S AT^ ION... 1 :00 leas tI
SA.n.o oevard ir .THURSDAYS COCOSL NAVAL STATION leased "from further serving sen-
,awoar "B" Sebo HeT.He Holy Commun on .........5:4 a.m. D Mass ............. 7....... 0 tences" and returned either to
Phase Balbos 1737 ST. THEREBA' T Womans Auxiliary. 2nd and DailG
William A. Bby foster Sunday Mass: 830 a.m. 4th Thursdays ....... ...7.0 p.m. M ............. 00 East or West Germany according'
ua Drmoot ............ O a.mi Holy ay Mass: 6:00m. (It t falls LA oc S unday s ........ .... o teir lace of residence. U
Worship ......: ,,10:45 a.m. on Saturday-8:30 am.) SL Peter's Church JUs 71 t h l f d
BSaplt l Ur~n .... 1 a pm. Catechism Class: 3i30 to 5:00 p.m. n RA. John SperPrit in arg FOR But the 749 who Will not be
Monday. SUNDAYS % Tuesday ...................1 p.m. But the 749 who will not be
vanseUstic se- e ........ i -. Concession: 8-00 to 830 4.m. Sunday. Choral Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 a.m. (Combined service for all men of Jew. freed will be handed over to east
Prayvo M WtM i T.. OH BAPTn LA es Morn g Prayer and Church School ish faith stationed on Atlanc Side). and West Germany as war crimi-
.......... BAPTIST DR LA SALL 1y nals, it said.
BSi.. ..e.. 9m41 Parque Lefevre Children's Zucbarit rd Sundays 10 nals, it said.
W.XeA Bibl $t*d a m Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. a.m. Cuce
WS6, t "ood"-" (Li Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon., Thurs.. Holy Baptlim :o pm. their Churches The Presidium's decree was the
Ma day in moth) ........ 9 Fri. and S First Friday m: 6:00 a.m. venison and Sermon 70 p.m. formal follow p of promises t
S SHoly .y Masas: 4.00 a to 6.0 WEDN AY CuCH or THE NAZAREN formal follow up of promises to
r BAvTnue atURCH 5SCn s20 4 Holy Communion 700 &.. Ancon. C.Z. Adenauer and Grotewohl during -
v at t onfson.s: 33 to 4.30 and to rEA DAYS Minister: Re. Elmer Nelso their missions to Moscow earlier Take advantage of o r
garArita Canal Zone S:00 p.m. on Saturda. Holy Communion 7:00 im. Box 58, Ancon, C.Z. Balboa I0 "ica mention-
e j.. .a.. ol.ek, Pasto. Miraculous Medal Novena: rlda t.00 --6 Sunday School ........... 9: a.m. this month. spec
.._.. ..... .. as.tes aM acu. P. lo. s. F. -7 I. Morning Worship ......... 10:30 am. ed requests of both governments.
i"*"'. as lpa Canvert Clas: Monday t.30 pj& SLMargretts EveninB ServlcA .......... :30 P.m.
b1'0..'...... : a.m. C&s*v-C M y7 M y M o- /Y Youth service ........... 6:4 P'Te figure of 9626 was the o ne.,,
.. I V Evening Service ........7 : p used by Adenauer.
** s sS- Ba Su day Shool a a S ONAL AP rST C (The decree did not mention
1-, 7 .00p mM. Sunday Mia: 7:00 a.m. L i0mD. n. .. i. Panama R.P., 23rd Street Ea t n official
SWednd. 0 p. Holy Mass: 5:30 L ev. L Brown, Yntr fears by West German officials
W. U. 1st & 3rd rdays Confelon: Saturday rdto: 70 pm. n f The le*ly Comfeorte SUNDAY: that up to 140,000 civilians are
i A ,a5bem. Thursday before First Frld 6:30 p.m.. vmi L B. Shirley, Archdean Divine Worship ........... 9:30 .m. nterned behind the Iron Curtain.
.Rda, &Su"....... p40.. Catechism Class: 3:1 pm. on Sunday. Everyonday :30 .m. Hlyr Cm. Sunday School .......... 3:00 p.m. have re-
S................... a. Sacred Heart Nov na: io00 p.m. on muani. Sunday Masses .......... 7:45 11:45 (West German officials e re
SFriday. / PARAIO 1Mio 0 AbuQ A. M S, Suday Meboos at ported more than 1,000,000 soldiers
C_ onvert Clamt s: 6 pn. an Thursday. e w D. A. OsbOrne 9- and civilians missing, with most
a." .m. Holy Communion a d S.i "-- -a ieved ad Russia has
Salvation Amy ATLANTIC- .m. Sund SchoolOVA WITNSS of them believed de Russia has
SalaMIrRACULOt DUS AL-Crst6bsI 5:30 P.m. Evnilng Prayer: Sod and 4th Meetings Thursdays and Sunday said it knows only of the 9626 men-
S Ola.DsneminaUmtml .a1eRiglMe Sunday Masse: 7:00 8:00 and 10:30 Sundays. 7:30 p.m. Wir Memorial. 806 Balboa tioned today.)
eetis) SaM. Monday: 70 pm. Youth meetn Road. Balboa.
The P.f.c 0S4 !Holy Day Masses: 6:00., :0 a.m. and Wednesday: 6SO Gl ri ndly G- F '
S500o p.m. .Societ* CURCII Or JESUS CRIiT
ANAMA.C dConfessions: Saturday 4:00 to 500 and I TAM K OF Or LATTER-DAY SAINTS (Mrm ears) _1I
SAnia in ad Mr .M McDdo.. d. 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve- St. James' Ch'ur Sunday meetings n the JWB-USO. LA
dF. n, 4 n ....Medal Novena 30 an R. O. A. Osborne an Boca Road, Balboa. Primary and Priest-
m: pZ.-/ M raetilonu Medal Novenat 3. and it C. A. Crswell hood 8:30 am. Meeting; Sunday School, 9S v
10 Hol lnesa Meti. 5:0 p.m. on Monday. _AMAMA C1Tk 9 5 a.m.; Sacrament MeetU. 10J30 a.xm
3 00 Snuday School. Catechism Class: After 8:00 mas on STr. PAUL'S CHURCB
400 y< Peoplets Leia Sunday. Ve V L. B. L Shirlay Atlantic Braach _
70 Sa o m n Firl Friday Expositio a day Dur- and The Rev. Rits Reginald Atwel Building 200, Schoolhouse Road.
in the School YW. Gatun, Canal Zone.
gIBA 0a ..^e Lh wray'.NaM S m. CHRIS .aT CIURC BT-THU 4 A Telephone, Gatn 364 or Crist6bal 2897 Opens WEDNESDAY!
Sr.Ca L A.-C ..-.0 -4. r. -ptseee l- Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Sunday Sac-
L A WT WhI We" m rC E M .... ClOn. .L de P. recent Meeting 6:30 p.m. Prieshood
, I .0 Sunday Schoo b'ay B .. 5 v. ame1t J *etMe Xes 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Relief society meet-- l i TA I !
1 0 H n nCoase 0em: 6,H .. vi ol8UNDAYS ing as announced. -ITi -O
V I if p.mSV. Saturday 90o a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
Miraculous 1dl Novena:t 700 p.m. 10:30 a.m. Church School Session. CHURCH Momdy. ,_ 0 p.m. Solemn Evenong and B-| Rev. Paul Holloway, Past Ii
6 aai 4 0 Teen-age Club: 7:15 p.m. on Wednes- pmSolon. nd i Office, Curundu 5105
.da WEDNESDAYS Home. Curundu 7116
catechism Class: 4:00 p. Thursday *00 m Holy ComlS. Sunday School. ............... 9:5
irs riday Devotons: 7:00 p. 7:30 p.m. Evning Prayer and Srmon. Morning Worship ........... 11 a.m.
I ln" -- :30 D.m. Adult Confirmation Clam Youth Meeting .............. 6 p.m.
ST i1 PI 'S TH URSDAYS Evening Worship ............ I p.m. l w
| e Atlamts iUa Sunday Masses: 5:45 and 9:00 a 5:00 pYm. Prayer Guild.
SHolDay Masses: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m C C t.-UCH Cotby TEHNI-OO
....n CENTRAL. HAL,. and 5:45 p.m. /e0 am. Children" Eucharist. st. 3a The Ar I I chang e I U-i ^
...... .."0SATURDAYS 13th St. Welt NoI A |. P
Senior Captain snd Mrs C. Moomaway Confesions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and 10:00 a.m. J Cofmation Clas. Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 710 a.m. .meonal PicAm
14 Stet 7:00 to 8s:00 pe.. .o en :30 .pm. Compne and Meditation. _Tuesday -Wednesas. and Thurdays ON THE NEW
tPhone 3-74S, Mlraculous Medal Novna: Wednesday 710 ...MA ..,..,. Ii.63 a.m. HI I/ J[ i O.
Ma ortE. nBarba 6rtTvaenn. Friday 715 pm Si ver City C. Z. -Sacrament at Onction (BHea l Ser CURVILINEAR SCREEN!
S...St.ret. Sorrowful Mothert N Sun:day 7:15 p.m. BRev'd. Arnold Waldock. vice) First Sunday o each month a,
co" COLON THIBD ST r /ALL Convert Class: 7:15 p.m. on Monday | ... J _._ __|
_enn _.. .. W:01hnp.d .... .. .t... /a d ..ud |a. STr c --_ WITH THE EXCLUSIVE PAN AMI
RA BOW .' Ctechim Cass: 3.10 to 4 .- on / r R .. Gt S C W P.a ...R l Lutheran
S 4i Holin s Meeting. OUR LADT Oi OOD COUNSE St Christopher's Cbeh. Mornin devoUo-. ..... .... Lm REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURC
'H Wsn' H y Day Mass: :00 .m. and 5:00 Rev ClRei c W. Sud ay Shool at .. ....10 p.m. 0alboa Roa, balb B
ConfessIons: 7:00 p.m. on Saturday. Sunday School ............ 10: unday School and Junior A
*Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:A0 p.m. BSetiims. 5 to 6 pm. hAd & 4th s- SARA 'S CENTES Bible Classes at 90 armo veredshi e
UniOn (hurcheS "cuay. Clas: 330 p.m. on Sunday. MPrayer-BIble Sad 6 pM. BAH t CS N 5 sa ReCular covered dish s I -
Whre ell Psetestans ce e ith Fr Sacret Heart Novena: 700 p.m. on Wmand Audi Sufiad. & eh g Urbana6^n El Carmen. PanamA C at the lutheran Se Cnter st 6:
Sl adtchailt a ." Re gion Inatruction: 400 p.m. Thurs- -.0 ursays.. ............ .S. vo icon n reitha rdan r pr-on rri
THU ATLANTIC SD Rosr & Benedictions an Sunday 430 --- <^e Atreeta previous at__ 7U
idA v.-C entu da IA T C_ Ce nth Utd Cla.aa......Thursdaya. 710 P. CHURC. OF T[lo FOURSQUAR
c hone 3-42 Hol6:0* yM:Aal.ATE C.ION-G.eenam. Va A y BETHB. MISSION CHURCHE (Fl p)
o -- 43 p a Mas ses: amnl d 50 e n: Adventist _. C -Sunay..s _d divine School Gm a, im .irs St.
Mrs N. m. D.avl.i, Executive See- "Confesslors. 30 to 7:30 on rir worship; 3:30 p.m. Sunday School 7 30 p. Rv Vnton J on, mnster
up Pstor m. Miraculous Medal Noven 7:15 p.m. Wealy srvcn all Ch ev .P. .th and 1st .ta. Sund Schoo .....9:30 m. 20 months to pay

ES.. Walden and Re. P 'on u*sn" SATURDAY: No. 40 days. 3 p. l isit any or l of 78
9 4I Sunday School for an ages. ee, 11:00 a.m. Youth's Meeting. 4:30 p.m. Paraso, C-sunday L sunday Thurch ., Prayer Mee City.
11:00 a.m. Worship service and church- S VINClTS-albw SUNDAY: Biblei Lecture, 7:30 .m School at t um (Cor. Q St. and Marano Citylu A A DAI
S me nursery Wednesday eveninChor Sunda Mases 0 a.m.nd 8 a.m. Serve EiDA: tu ium : eE S y :CIIU OF GOD ArPor ena) ............... :30 p Fly PAN AMERICAN W
GatoHoly bay Masses: 6:00 a*m and 6:00 Pacific Side-PanamA A Balboa Rev. G. W. Grandisean -
Rev. ay Blakely. Paster. p.m Donfessions: district Pastor W.H. Waller 7Mon Call* I, Col" 3 ATLANTIC SIDE
Con fesins. Sund0 o1n toI ITeL 28 )Morning ,orship ...........9:30 a.m. Rev. T. J. Tuttle, SutA .IIAI CRIS:.....
Sunday oo. 5:00 p.m. Saturday. Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de s Ossa No. Sunday School ............10.:30 a.m Phone: Col6n 1094-t PARTICIPATING CARR1RS: Panagra, A
1100 a Worship Service Catechism Class: 1100 sm. on Sunday. 17. PanamA No. 2 Jamaica Society Hall Evening Worship ........... 730 p.m. COLON
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 pmn. "S" St No. & Chorrillo. 26th SL o. 27. "N' and Mariano Arosemena Sta. 2005 Amador Guerrero St.
1 l"M t Paul .L W. Olander. P- on Tuesda. .. Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St between 3rd and Panama City Sunday School ............. .3:00 .m.
XR1490. l n. Pa.. Sacred Heart NovenaM: 71 p.m. On 4th Sts. Rio Abalo. 11th St No. 27. e. Wis J. Jhason. Paster RAINBOW CITY
Sble Schol rdy. Balboa Chapel, 0844 GavilA d Balboa Sunday School .............. 9:30 a.m. Cor. Randolph and Klamouth Sta.
i*aW h5~S p ervic adJ.. -JI ....#.. (Saturday only), Morning Worship ............10:30 am. Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Tattle, pastr The now original PAN AMERTtA
fb .a.a S Cu-b. Spanish Churce-Panam & Crst6bal Evangelti Service ......... 71. 0 pm. Mr. Paul Bryson. Amt. pot T he new Original PAN AMERICAN
S t District Pastor n Rubda u--- Sunday School ...............30 n. Pay Later" Plan put rund tri
m-t a UW PanamA. Calls Dariss No. & CrisobaL, New Providese" Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m.
E AmCeV METHO C 6th St. & olivar Ave. | Mrs. Maudeine. aster am. Eangelsti Service.:::::.. 7:so pm Clipper: ticket in your hands with a
C was 'ear"- c--- Garsbot & srl.tOGe Sunday School .............. 10:00 a.m. rnue. GolSe..: Clipper.* ticket in your hands with a.
AtOA "/ as,: wt*R. S It o i.,. w, .W sB.... 11H.0 7rsr. 10. o ... 1: v*,o minimum of trouble and waiting. Now
ra Rev. a W. oboe, put" nth V. Pan&," City Gambos. Praitt Parlkas. r Ljoim. Places'
900.O Pter 0am. Morning Prayer and Usm Atl antic Sid-Cld& A Crisa lth Street, Rie Ababe PlCos, 4th & Gst. 3 p;mn 4m p.m-
5d.. at San Pablo .- 3:00 p:.. Sunday School Dixtrict Pastor V. G. NHewa Rev. William Uviasie. Past" Panama 3 p.m.. 4:30 pm.
$ CUrch Office 9-32.9 7:15 nm Evaning Prover (TeL 38 -5 X-L) Sundav School .............9:3- a m. La Boca 3 pmn.. 430 Pm. Chorrillo ... .. ,
95 re ool Free bus service. TRIN METI R Coln rd. St. a Central Ave, Cr Mornin sh .. m am m Frfull detaiW on how. you conm take
SS w ss GrouT 7th e and Melfd Avenue, l loth St & Bolivar Ave. Paru Lfe 0. anage of this excng w fa n
ta Numrsry Kinder-ren ; w~,e Sme Mh T... CHRIUTIAN MISSION OW raiso. No. 101. 3 pm., 4:0 pm. e e I
SumS taer(o chlideB Commnion. Stations.' Ponama Coln Chorrilloe La 4:30 P m. i" ~ -Ll
=mues-. 3 pmS JewS1is PANAMA. INC. Monday. Wednesdays.Frtdays service
1S1I webi 1s 715 vn Sviee, Jewis Welfare Board Bid. 792.X 1. Rev. W. W ivingste, FPaser are held from 7:15 om. to 8:30 p.m. WORD'S
a (Holy Communion let m ) s Road, Balboa, C.Z. Rabbi Nathan 2. :30 7:15 9 and 2-40 a M CmmCH OF GOD (Pete el) W
1.2 Velle-Righ = WMonday. 710 pi.. Prayer Miaeting Witki, Director. ivein Service.. .....:.... 70 p.m. Rev. Watso. Overseer
-[Servict- Friday. pm. Saturday. Bids. 5142 Diable steighi, C [ Phone 9428. Box 25. Gambo / Panama: L Str
OAMOA MEZP M 50 pn Mornins Worship ...........:30 am. Churches at Paralso. C.Z. (Rev and
er K Alisita. Minist. k. lalniow clt c (See a!" listings of Jewish services Services, ar held every Sunday 11 a. KMr Herman a Whyte), Col.(. &p.
SamueNeRidee e Waldea. "Msnhs- .--" B Sunday School .............. 1 a. (Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rito Abo JoI 1. 38155-.PSp)
Phoe ervce r amUs gm,- --P ray11sMe .e- Service Thursday and Mrs. Ch&a- Nays s. a"d
l so ofd I=, Dj L Cangr2n6 K, Stret. BlsL ste. C growt. S. C ev and Mms Clifford G.eals).
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A local fishing camp's "ideal
m paying guest" is Harry Bennett,
I N Bloommgdale, N. Y. As soon as he
arrives for his annual two-week
*SiR u Iacation, the 81-year-old Bennett
Scolls. for a hbucklrw Then heo rno

cceds to cut wood for the entire
' By OSWALD JACOBY camp all the time he is here.
S Wrttet for NBA Service i
S East was therefore justified In
NORTH 23 doubling five diamonds.
9A The double Instructed West to
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A 1096 some reasonable prospect of tak-
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WEST EAST (D) had that much, there was no use,
In taking a loss at five spades
Q 752 AK 1064 when they could collect a profit
4#j 1 against five diamonds.
496542 AJ873 West knew that he didn't begin
Ato have the defensive strength that
SOUTH could be expected of him. It was
4 -J53 barely possible, to be sure, that
V A 3 East had three sure defensive
SK Q 87532 tricks, but this was too much to
4 K hope for.
North-South vul. In ,hort, West should have run
Bast South West North out of the double of five diamonds.
S14 t Pass 2 y He could feel reasonably sure that
2 3 34 4 4 the penalty at five spades would
S4 5,. Pass Pass be rather small, and that loss
Double Pa ass Pass Ps would be 4 sound insurance policy
Opening lead-* 2 against a big loss if South were
permitted to play the hand at five
spades doubled.
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rod?" asks a Texas correspond-
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ints. At five diamonds doubled
d made, the opponents scored
t)points plus the rubber bonus.
RhWdid the wrong thing?"
j West. was responsible for the
lor result that the partnership
achieved on this hand. West didI
not lully indicate the weakness of
is hand by passing at his first
Mrn. a
There was no way for East tgr
now whether or not West had i
worthless hand. East had good de-
esive strength two aces, and
be slight chance of a second spade A
rick. He could be sure of defeat-
ig five diamonds if West came up;
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SS a/er 34, Panat f, For Your Child's Health otice ir l on in la
y -*-77 --- -- -- AjkJ Rr~lrtct e Vtalcolumn should aubifnhtd Ii, type-
-i t P94^ aGood Breakfast Is Vital :tulao u p -
?. 4 M.. Brt,, Pc-i e, .n i n.,.:,/ b, *meli~e rmp~ I, I .fm ehu, I' "^^^H ha numlw n- Utetd drolly IE. "io.
a1meetiq cannoI he accepted bya
J, &/! t. 1../ ,he- P --. 2-0740 2.0 4/ o, 0 ... / a pa,
:'-- ": .. Isthmian Nurse
peniag up to the public a series Meet Wednesday
of free lectures which will be of tI The Ietdane rs do
mka ote W t is I aensaTher eIstthmian lNursesdAssoria
P A A Enterest to all -othose who wana to Btion meeting will be held in thei
know riiore about this unique and
-t histortC area. Outstanding author- Margarita Union Church Parlor
cities in various fields haie vol- in Margarita on Wednesday.
steered their services.
The course is called Outdoor Ad- Dr. Hartmas, pediatricidn at Co.
ventures in Panama and the fol. o Solo Hospital will be the speak-
lo~Ping schedule has been arrange, er."l S o P m
ed. qiqlpment, slinoes and discus-. oAll nurses of Panama and the r
sins will be a feature of these Zone are invited.
meetings. ..
Oct. 18, Jungle Trails-Wesley t alboa Womet's Club
H. Townsend. Theet BOa Wmn Cu gc to. Gill
SOct. 25-River Trails Ted C. Te B Woman's Club w
enter. Ahold a regular meeting on Wednes-
Nov. 1 Archeolodical Dietes- day morning, Oct. 12, at the JWB-

Nov.| 1- -. e A rcelog-ficp~al D scov USO on Lrafs htpo oet ohr:Yul emr o a Boc-h(Aea R hoad in alo
e ries in Panama-Philip L. Dade. USO on La Boca Road in raaboa
Nov. S--Birds of Panama--M~rs
Paul D. Barnard. a The guest speaker will be Mr
Nwov. 1 Animals of the Jungle-h Frank Wilder, Security Education
SGLerald A. Doyle. Officer of the Interpal Security
Nov. 22-Inians of Panama-- Office. He will g've an ,informa-
Milford K. Bailey. tive talk, entitled "In Today's
G c Nov. 29-Plant Life of the Jun- u World Security is Everybody's
gle-Walter R. Lindsey. Business."
Dec. 6---Underwater in Panama]
D-Anthony P. Mann. a n MMr. Wilder will speak promptly
,- n De. 13-Deep Sea n ising-- at 9 a.m., the meeting will follow.
Frank J. Violette. A Hostesses will be Mrs. Ruth
There is no charge for this s Bourgeois, Mrs. Euper Raymond,
ries but the YMCA asks that those Mrs. Elsie Garcia and Mrs. Na-
interested register e i t h e r by talie Griffin.
phone, letter or personally. Members may bring gets.
Beta Chapter, BSP Arts & Crafts Group
SMeets At Home Meet On Ilouday
A IA ANo s Of Miss slaughter THIS TEI$N-AGRR will feel better after ageed blretaft of fruit, The Arts and Crafts Group the
PANAMANIAN AND AMERICAN TECHNICIANS on the sta The regular bi-monthly meeting real bread, butter or margalae and milk. the Balboa Woman's Club w i 1
of the Cooperative Inter-Amerilcan'Education Service (SCIDE) of Beta Chapter Beta Sigma Pi meet at 9 a.m. Monday, at t h
Greet Uoited States Ambassador Julian F. Harrington who p Sordri a ha he WSi ay By GAYNOR MADDOX home of Mrs. Helen Wentworth, 1
visited their headquarters during a tour of familiarize him- night at the home of Betty Slaugh- NEA Foo and, Markets Editor house 573 San Juan Place.
self with various projects in Panama in which the United h atcy Rtahme Se oy, president. *_ o_ ___
State. participates. During the past week, Ambassador Har- ter N eLATIN S.O.S.
ring-on also visited the International Cooperative Service f o pr e med. rs committee Now that school begins, let's State College disclosed that the
Public Health (SICAle). Theed byeKarsloptz gave an .n, face it. Fruit, cereal and milk for tendency among older teen-age VERMILLION, S. D. -(UP)--
ublic ealth ICAr).haded- by K the silver an breakfast are as important to yo girls towards heaviness disap- ,
B OFICER WIVE CLU HOLDrsatyg ruhseson party plans. children that includes teen-agers peared when the diets were liberal in the United States are not nearly
ORT OBBE OFFICERS WIVES CLUB HOLDS "rn- as their books and teachers, in eveery respect, including cal- enough to meet the demand, ac-
FAREWELL TEA FOR MRS. A. G. ELEGAR 'rh fis arty wi be given ones, cording to Dr. Grace L. Beede,
The Fort bbe Officers Wives Club- held a tea for Mrs. A. Oct. 7 and is a Montecarlo Night. iowa have spent five years study- This study suggests that the in- head of Latin and Greek tthe
The Fort alUniversity of South D'akota.Se
G. Eiegar on Thursday at the Fort Kobbe Officers Open Mess. Announcements of the a n ni U h I ng the effects of adequate break- adequate diets of teen age girls said there are 140 Latin teacher
Mrs. Elegar has been honorary p resident of the club for the contests sponsored by The Toreh Jast on the health, stamina and are oftep ineffective in reducing vacancies in Indiana hut only 10
past two years. As a farewell gift, the women #f the Fort of Beta Sigma Phi, official pub- alertness of growing children, their waistlines or in keeping them Latin majors in the entire state.
Kobbe Officers Wives Club presented her with a silver location, were read. These c on. They, as have nutritionists at Har- slim. .Miss Beede is collecting, data on
ehafing dish. ,tests give members, the incentive yrand other universities, have.
to ptitpratcth ctura yar aathestat s oLaiin aut a-
----- to put into practice the cultural found that a breakfast that pro- Note tc mothers: You'll be more tota for the American Philological
Hostesses for the tea were Mrs. Maid of honor at the ceremony parts of the Soorrtiesd program. Videos % of the daily nutritional successful in encouraging your Association's committee on equca-,
otee Foraaeb r e M rsL. EaBetty Slaugh read her origi- requirements is necessary for teen-age daughter to eat breakfast tional training.
F. W. Frankenbudg, Mrs. L. E. was Miss Miriam de la Astanal Christmas short story whicgrowth and resistance. Statistics if you have it ready for her to eat
L e dbe t ter, and Mrs. J. E. :and the best man was Mr. Augus-is
Claunch. Mrs. W. C. Harvey and to M. Garcia Berbey. 1has been entered in the interna- prove .that children who eat aniand if you join her by either eat-
Mrs. L. C. Wood poured the punch. Following the c e r e m o n y, the tional contest. adequate breakfast regularly tend ing or visiting. Teen'age girls do
Newcomers to the club were bride's parents entertained with At the close of the businessto maintain higher school aver-not like to take time to prepare DO YOU NEED
Mrs. D. R. Georges, Mrs. B. K. a reception at their home in Pa- meeting. a Judg pesht..toma n ages, their own breakfasts or eat alone. D
Phillips, Mrs. D. E. Robertson, nama City. the cultural program and choose Our o Awb fto aTIOAn
and Mrs.; J. C. Seaberry. as her subject "Customs oftl hti naeut rafs? Hr' uci ai rafs
Guest introduced and welcomed lBoyds Return Times. In her entertaning toalk Most nutritionists agree that a ba- which can be ready in 10 minutes B D O M
were Mrs. .W. E, Laidlow, Mrs. Foreign Minister Alberto Boyd she traced the origin ,of today 1s iu adequate that a ha- whihesn b raA A DO A
R. E. Coffey, and M.r s. M. J. is returning from a brief trip to marriage customs frot primitive elude fruit, cereal with milkn.some
Naudts, guests of Mrs. A. G. Ele-t New YQrk to attend the meeting of man, through mediaea tiies.m form of bread, butter or margarine Breafast: Orange "juice (% 4 Solve your hiome
gir4 Mrs. F. W. MeGinn, guest the United Nations, and included manyet ctmatrwin and milk. cup.), whole wheat flakes (1 ounce) oble
of Mrs. C. .. Britoone Mrs-J Ap -irious L "" be he with whole milk (' cip), sugar
pe]r ed. et J.fW. Lane Deputy Aq so Boyd audtMrs., Ty -o cquai.t the Frequently teen-age girls try to (t1 teaspoon;) cinnamon raisin B- y.a
A.MrsT. edy est of Mrs Boyd have r from .trip. d_ L slim figure by skippinmgi:. ."'. .
A, TMdrs. T,'- J.. to Eus~el -'ndeakfast and eating inadequate1 tet ( ees, buteed),..wole
absM 4M.Jr(AddiImeals. However, research byw ikt rn(1 cu~p).
ram. Dr. And Mrs. Crespo j .b oamlt" .IC O.C"
Back From. Middle East OON
VFW bange Tonight Dr. Jose D. Crespo and his wife,
At Cocoli Opena Mrs. Elida Capodonico de Crespo,
TO The Public have returned from a business
George Miller's orchestra will and pleasure trip to Europe and S SIN B A D "
ToTThe Publicelehaveoreturnedxfromuasbusinesshe
furnish the music for the dance -the Middle East. Te great releaSe of th next Thursday at the
to be held from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00-
a.m. at the Gen. George W. Goe -Dr. And Mrs. Fabrega C, ens WEDNESDAY! "CENTRAL" has lusic ous display of I
thals, Veterans of Foreign Wars Back From Europe feminine benaties..
Post Nb. 3835. Cocoli. IDr. and Mrs. Ignacio Fabrega- ,
This dance tonight is open to have returned from Europe where AL
the public. he was a delegate at the Interna- -I
tonal Congress on Juvenile Delin- .....i ..
Perefra-De -Alba .qec.
Wpdding Solemnized qu e ncy" --BY DAY
The SaeFrancisco Church in Pa- Mr. Shaw de ia Ossa .. BY DaY
nama city was the scene yester- Back From Europe A Comfortable Couch
day afternoon of a marriage unit- Mr. Stanley Shaw de la Ossa,
ing Miss Marisabel de Alba Du- director of the Section of Tourism BY NIHT
Barry and Dr" Cesar A" Pereira for the Panama government, has
Betrgos ...s ..A returned from an extensive tour A Soft Bed
The bride is the daughter of Mr. of Europe. cOdrti' T ou
Alberto G. de Alba and Mrs. Ame- a ,....
rica Du Barry do Al ba; the Outdoor Adventures O ,
groom's p aret an e Mr. Bonifacio In Panama Start ON TH CENEW
Peretra .r., and Mlrs. Clementina Soon Indoors At 'Y' CURVILINEARg SCREEN! ,

Burgos de Pereira.

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Three celebrated exctic dancers from. the plush night
clubs are featured in Howard Hughes' presentation of "SON
OF SINBAD' at the CENTRAL Theatre, next Thursday.
They are Lill St. Cyr, Neila Ates and Kalantan. Sally For-
rest, in the co-starring romantic role opposite Dale Rob-
ertson, also does a torso-tossing dance in this RKO Radio
SuperscopeTecnnicolor production. Advt.

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Tivoli (4th of July) Ave No. 21A24
(opoite Ancon School layground)
Tel. 2-2011 -- Panami,

,JPhone Panama 2-0552

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0 Pert Avenue Tel. S-13"
(1 block from Lux Theatre) I

packers Shippers Movers
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FOR SALE:-1949 Pontiac, per-
fect condition. "Barrio del Car-
men" No. 101, after 5 p.m.

FOR SALE:-Due to trip. 1955
Chevrolet, new, duty paid, In-
formation 3-4276 Panama.
FOR SALE: 1948 Blue Ford
Coupe, excellent condition, good
tires, new battery. Phone 5-463.
Can be seen at House 253-8,
Gatun, C.Z.
FOR SALE:-1955 Ford 6 Sedan
Fordomatic, radio. $$00 less
than cost. 3-3233 Margarita.

ATTENTION G. I.! Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water,
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished two-
bedroom apartment on 30th St.
close to the Medical Center. Tel.
FOR RENT: Small attractive
independent apartment in "Glo-
riela" Building, across from Ho-
tel El Panama. Please apply Foto
El Halcon (next door). Phone 3-
FC ReIr. ...--- ....I LR-RJ

BOX 2031, ANCON, C.Z.
Position Offered
WANTED:- Business graduate,
female, with experience in ac-
counting and correspondence.
Apply Sepa Services, 6007 Front
Street. Colon, R.P.

New Books


FOR SALE: 25-cycle General
Electric Washer, wringer type.
Phone Balboa 3570.

FOR SALE:-Ten-plece bamboo
living room set, mahogany din-
ing room table and six chairs
(Cowes), two Chinese chests 0
chow bench, dishes, Royal Doul-
ton service for 12, Persian rug
9x12. 518-D Curundu Heights.

FOR SALE:-Tank type vacuum
cleaner, almost new, $35; chairs,
Lb I _- -- A.I--

frn .O rwn Tri:-Large cool 3-s t"Th eopl o an aBiBes, shelves, bridge rtables,
FOR SALE:-'50 Citron, front room apartment with two main book e People of Pan amaad s Ie china. crystal, linen, kitchen
wheel drive, original owner, ex- bathrooms, porch, kitchen, din- book by John and .avi. Bie- dishware, lamps, couch cover,
excellent condition, $350. Phone in room, living room, garage, A who spen. nine years stuillows, micellaneou, decorative
3-ao5663.__ and laundry. Available right y"n and workingon the st" items; size 10 evening gown,
away. Just painted, etc. Also has mus, was placed in circulation new; misses 14 dacron suit;
I / J O ( maid's room and bath. Locted during the past week by te Ca boy's 10 wool uit. Everything
n.OCil a .at corner of 4th of July Ave. and nal Zone Library. reasonable. 6427 Dos Btocas St.,
H Street, "Aloha." Rent $100. The book is comprehensive Rios. Phone 2-4436.
(Conitnued from Page 5) Phone Panama 20027 or 3- picture of the Isthmians from
... a n "0763. Columbus up to the present day
new rushees with the Sorority, and and will serve not only to Intro- FOR SALE:- Electric refrigera-
Kathleen Huffman and Doris Lee- FOR RENT:-Large comfortable duce Panama to the visitor of tors, 8-cu. ft., 25-cycle. Inver-
ser will be the hostesses apartments, $30; also rooms prospective resident, but will stones Generales, S.A., Ave. Jo-
The meeting adjourned with the $20. Information in Estudianto provide the Isthmian with a sd Fco. de la Ossa No. 38,
Beta Sigma Phi Ritual. Street No. 100. Phone 2-1508. dispassionate view of himself
Mary Danielson poured at the and his neighbors.
refreshment, table.. FOR RENT:- Furnished apart- Thecopetbe st of books and FOR SALE:-At very low price:
There were thirteen members mnts $50, $60. North Am their authors announced by the refrigerator, 1 stove, 1 large
portation. Phone 3-0471 Pana N ct Th Tset small dining room set,
ma De Vol. Kathleen Huffman, a _______ Road-Hill House, Bridges. The 'iin room set bedoonm seti.Al
Judge, Eva Harte, Trudy Gibson, meant. porch, parlor-dining room, to, 1955, Tudor: Masters of 3 Maria Eugenia.
Dolly Styles, Jean Coffey, Joyce bedroom, kitchen, tiled, screen- modern Art; and Forgotten __ _
Burkart, Doris Leeser and Mary ed, o$60. Inquire 112 Via Beli- yLeaders of the Revolution, Swig- -
Danielson. sario Porras, near Roosevelt The- gett. EISENHOWERS VISITORS
Pledges present were Ruth Mor- ater.E Iito:OWhRSd VrITORS h
ris, Betty Ogilvie, Clyde Parketr' Fiction: Denth pnd Mr. Pottpr,
and Betty Slaughter. Foley: Yonder. Houstor: Mn- ABILENE. Kan. -f(UP)- More
eet_ in New York's Underworld_ than a qurirter of a million visitors1
g t. J. Grif fin eitret n e kYork' 0 ed la e n
SgtA. !S. J. G rin Simenon: Carolina Corsir. Iav registered at the boyhood
TJ Add t Ofo | i itheP ano e to the public, visitors to the white
To Meel Tuesday Now In Korea tion: La Calle Oscura, Azores;er stateand 102foreigncountries
and The People of Panam a, Bie- c. ..e .. .
The first meeting of the Geor- Army Sgt. Josilito Griffin. son of sanz.
gla Tech Alumni Club since its Mrs. Cristina Griffin, 119 Monte- Children's Books: All About Gregg, Sentimiento y Expresi6n
organization early this month rey, Paraiso, has arrived in Ko.IMarjory, Ciiiming: Mystery of;en la Musica Salas Viu; and
will be held next Tuesday night rea and is a member o the 7th the Lost Letter, Orton: A Pic- Jackie Robinson, Roeder.
at the Sky Chef in Panama City. Infantry Division, ture Book of Palestine, Smither:
Sgt. Griffin is a supply special-I Rocket Rider. MacLaren: Escape
Announcement of the meet..g ist in the tank company of th e by Night, Wells: Buster the Bur- *
Iwas made by Col. Hugh M. Ar- Division's 32nd Regiment, I ro, Gates;"We See, Fraiser: and
inold, Engineering and Construe- A graduate of La Boca Hi gh Arithmetic Can be Fun, Leaf.
tion Director of the Panama Ca- School, he entered the Army in Added to the Snanish Collec-
nal Company, who was elected 1952. His last station was Ft Bliss, tion: Nunca Volvy'6 a Ser JTo-
nresident of the group at Its Texas. Ven, Du Maurier; La Televisidn,
first organizational meeting. In Sgt Griffin's wife, Mrs Bette 'Howard: MWtodo Racional del
making the announcement, Ar- Griffin, resides in El-Paso, Tex- Mecanografia, Sorelle; Taqui- I
nold extended an invitation to as grafia Gregg S i mp lificada, T
all Georgia-Tech ahmni to at-
tend and join the club. i
Othel~r officers of the rou a I

,Jorge M. Arias, vice president;I
Gabriel Quelquejue, secretary;
and Carlos A. Sosa, treasurer.

j BUILDING I The initial meeting of the a-
Tel. C u 311 VICE l... iumni, known officially as the
JR KET BAI MnSRVICr Panama and Canal Zone Geor-
For U.S. Personnel and their I gia Institute Of Technology A-
dependents only. 5 alumni Group. was held early in
SIAugust at the Panama Golf
Club. The organization and elec-
I "We wIl r r" i'tion of officers took place at the
I F .. .TRO UE second meeting held at the Un-
cors. callouses, nails ion Club. Among those attending
-CHIROPODIST- the first meetings were Inocen-
(Dr. Schools trained) i:eo Galindo, Horacio Clare, Jr.,
FHarTy E. Pearl, Carlos A. Sosa,
FUKRTfEPEDIA NATIONAL 'and Ignacio Jimeilez.
68 Jps(o Arosemena Ph. 3-2217
It is planned to hold meetings
once a month on the first Tues-
Sday night with a regular meet-
Peron 0 gS ing place to be selected later.
ern, S Georgia Tech has furnished
(Continued from Page 1) many prominent engineers to
the Isthmus, both Panama and
Edujrdo A. Lonardi said in re- the Canal Zone. The following Is
gar4 to the latest disclosures of! a list of other Georgia Tech a-
Perqn's life of luxury and licen- lumni already compiled by the
tioulness. I Club: Maj. Gen. R. C. Hood, Jr.,
i James A. Brigman, John R.
Government sources expressed: Hammond. Jr., Edward B. Good-
confidence that when a full re-lrich, T. J. Ebdon, Jr., and Har-
port is made on Peron anl his vey Smith, of the Canal Zone;
close collaborators, public opinion, and Juan Galindo. Gabriel Ga-
particularly among organized la- lindo and Manuel Arias, of Pan-:
bor, :will urn sharply against the ama.
map who used to boast that he
merely was the country's fo r e ,
meo worker.

W liter Winchell .

<(Continued from Page 2)
ment on Judy Garland's TV spec-
tac:. "She has what Jolson had"'
., lowl-of-the-Week: The Mutual
Network announcer (Sept. 21st)
wh6taid: "And now, Phillips Milk
of )agnesia brings you 'Woman)
on te Run'"'! Irv Cahn, sore
at a :Fire Island bore, spread the
rumir that the guy wasn't a nance
, Oscar Hammerstein sa y s
Monday's "Pipe Dream" item was
a pi e dream VIP in the St.
Maitz foyer: Mr. Justice Earl
War en (of The High Court) here
fo.-the Series.

Madvertising Agency Names:
Stare, Raving & Mad Charr,
Cole,, Grey & Peekehurt Riff,
Raff & Ruin Begg. Borrow &
Steele O'Brien. OlReilly &
Shapir'O .. Rant, Rave & Poep
off ,. Alcott, Upp & Bleeding .. .
McCann, Hurtz & Howe Rubi-
rosa.' Gurle & Pinchbottomn .
Kerclu, Gezunt, Hite and Denky u.
Hondpainted Tiles. Table-
SiBtps, Tile Pictures. Pan-

TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre

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"FOXFIRE"... in T"ohnicoloi continued today at the
LUX. 106., 2 -.i. 4 52. 6 46, 8 53 p in ... starling the screen's
most conibust.L.- l1over.s Jane Russell and Jeff Chandler in earli other s trm, adiriused by restless longings
aflame witi., ii y del,'inr soci-i'. .s walls that should keep
them i,.oild.- u, r .,r'v ie .:i.less in then ecstacy. .
as their Preal louv diA it rifin iesistibly together See
Janp Russeil. JeiP rnijidlPr D.ui Duryea in "FOXFIRE'
with Maia luroav. Baton McILane. F:rteda Inescourt. Advt.

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new American best known First
line. tires; 800 and 820a15 and
other sizes, onli for a few days.
Peru 7. Phone 2-0406.
FOR SALE:-Gas water heater,
capacity 30 gallons; Westing-
house refrigerator, 10 '/ feet.
Excellent condition. Phone 3-
FOR SALE:-One pair canaries
with breeding cage, almost new,
$30. 46th Street No. 10, Bella
FOR SALE: Standard model
Smith-Corona typew iter in good
condition, $35. 2309-A Las
Cruces, Balboa. Phone 2-1337.
FOR SALE:-New 2-pc mater-
nity, aqua orion cotton, size 10.
$12; Frigidaire, 7.4 cu. ft.,
freezer across top, like new,
$175; 24-inch window fan,
both 60-cy.; Craftsman belt
sander, 16 new belts, $50. 25
or 60-cy., used 3 hrs, Phone 2-
FOR SALE:-Black Cocker Span-
iel pups, AKC registered. Two
females $30. R. Hesch, 6211-A
Los Rios, Canal Zone, 2-1656.
FOt SALE:-Assortment of tools
and Ford parts for model A. Tel.
2-4139 Balboa.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED TO BUY:--1952 or
'53 Morris Minor Convertible.
Box 400 Diablo, 2-3188.
WANTED TO BUY:-Chevrolet
or Ford Station Wagon, 1951-
1952 or 1953. Phone 2-0260
Panama. "A" Ave. No. 10-103.
WANTED TO BUY:-Used eve-
ning and afternoon dresses. "A"
Avenue No. 63, old number.


J. Wre. de o Om Ave. Ne. 41
B Street Ne. ?
Via E"a a Ave.

Real Estate
WE BUY, Sell and Manage Real
Estate. "The Imperial Eagle,"
Cathedral Pleas, Panama. Tele-
phone 21-0857.

FOR RENT:- Furnished, small
cottage (one bedroom apart-
ment), garage. No..168 Via Be-
lisario Porras.
FOR RENT:-Due to trip, small
chalet furnished. Can be seen
Saturday, Sunday. Betania 705.

FOR RENT:-Furnished 2-bed-
room chalet near Hotel El Pan-
ama. Phone 3-6074.


Shrapnel's furnished house eq
beach at Santa Clare. Telephone
Thompson, Balbos 1772,
past Casino. Low rofte. Pbhae
Balboa 18$66. *
*PHILLIPS Oceanside CtMage
Santa Clara. Box 435, geoh..
Phone Panama 3-1877. CriW* .
hal 3-1673.

Wanted Position
cook needs a job, have refte.
nces., live at Central. Calidania,
No. 29-42. Olivia Bennett. Up.
stainrs, room 37.


Religious Film

Available On free I

Loan Basis Here
Authentic pic tures illustrate one
phase of the spiritual rehabilita.
tion of Japan in the new religious
film "The Living Word in Japan." *I *.
Prepared by the American Bi-
ble Society, this sound motion pic- Some hostesses are such per-
ture is available on a free loan fectionists they can't bear to
basis. The picture tells the story see an ash tray that has bee-
of hos the demand for Scripturesus .. so.t h, a "e l a jm
after the war in Japan was met r u ,e, so t mhe a aw J^p-
by Japanese colporteurs. in uP to empty them. If you
by Japaese colporteurs want to seem hospitable, don't
The picture is filmed in 16 mm leave your guests to keep empty-
Kodachrome color with sound. Ing ash trays unless they really
The film, with sould track, runs need to be emptied.
about 19 minutes.
I The picture may be secured on After all, you should be pay-
a free-loan basis from the Amer- ing more attention to what your
lean Bible Society, Box J, Cristo-iguests are saying than to tidy.
bal, Canal Zone. ing up.

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.Chapters d-S-4'


by Erskine Johnson

hollywood 8)nea)- Holly- describes the plot as a "musical
wooitand GrapeVINE: The "cool" with gangsters." In one hilarious
Grace Kelly and her "stainless sequence, her agent loses her in a
steel insides" were the subject of poker game.
a top level publicity meeting at -----
MGM. Studio press agents now Sound of the month: Phil Harris'
I have orders to steer clear of the southern accent in "Goodbye, My
"cool"* slant on Grace and warm Lady." Bourbon on the rocks.
her up.
From the Q. and A. section of a
Audie Murphy wouldn't go fau magazine:
through his war experiences again
for a million but he stands to "Were Cyd Charisse, J e a n
make a million from them. His Peters, Ginger Ro ger s, Terry
fat percentage of "To Hell and Moore, Mitzi Gaynor and Lana
Back," a box-office click, w ill Turner all in love with the same
b* o t h F.,ie ...... Artil ....B. keep him going tc the bank and studio executive at one time?" The
PFC. ROBERT R. IORIAN above 504th Field Artillery Bat bacK. mag's answer: "They all knew him
talion, Fort Kobbe, was chosn the August "Soldier of the -but not simultaneously."
Month" in the oth. this week. The selection was made by Gina Lollobrigida's salary for But WHATA PLOTI
Lt. Col. 'Robert V., lsberry, commanding officer of the 504th, "Trapeze" is $160,000-most she's
seen congratulating Torian, from a group of five men repre- ever received for a single movie. Paramount's new operatic war.
renting the individual batteries in the battalion. Tom Ewell's 10-months-old Tay- bler, Oreste Kirkop-he's billed
(US Army Photo) lor makes his movie debut playing now zs just Orestc-sings on Jack
"Tom's own son in "The Lieutenant Benny's big benefit TV show for
P M arty Takes S e i Wore Skirts."' No scene-stealing retarded children due on all sta-
M Iok nP d r iNy TIakes Scourt N e ws from Pop, though. Tom's laugh- tions in November. Watching the
ing it; : show being filmed at CBS, I caught
u IAsome of the dialogue between Jack
Earll ElectionI Girl Scout leaders and parents "I didn't take any chances wit t and Oreste, who just completed
ea i n onin the Cocoli-Rousseau Rodman him.I had him PINNED down." "The Vagabound King" at Para-
| l In lA ga neighborhood met recently at a! Alfred Hitchcock is paging Tom, Lmount.
L d III InIIUVllJia Well-attended organizational meet- the "Seven Year Itch" comedian,
ing at the home of Mrs. John for some serious emoting in his "I worked for Paramount, too,.
DJAKARTA, Oct. (UP) The Sargent in Cocoli. Mrs. Earl Aim- new suspense telefilm series-the says Jack. "I starred in 'The Big
Moslem Masjumi party jumped a- quist led the discussion of plans role of twins with one trying to Broadcast of '37."
way to an early lead today in for the year. Mrs. Almquist will drive the other-mad. The decision Oreste starts to ask: "Eighteenl
first comprehensive returns from be leader of one of the Brownie is up to Fox. Tom discovered the thirty-"
Indonesia's general elections. But Scout troops in Cocoli with Mrs. fine print in his contract prohibits! "NO," bellows Jack, "NINE
the communists showed surpris- Edward Yocum and Mrs. William telefilm acting and, he admits, "I TEEN!" L
ing strength. They ran a strong Hodges as co-leaders Troop con- blew my top about it.'
third just behind the nationalists. mittee members will be Mrs. To- EAR WITNESS: TV's Medic,'
Totals for other parties were in- bi Bittel and Mrs. John Sargent. Arlene Dahl has gained five Richard Boone, i;- listening to a
significant at this early stage. The other Brownie troop will be pounds since her illness and re-inew heartbeat Mamie Van
Unofficial returns from about: led by M!'s. W. J. Peterson with cover and is in the best shape Doren's. But it's passion, not medi-'
1,500 of Indonesia's 90,000 polling Mrs. John Eberenz as assistant of her career. She's even posing' cine. They love it up in U-I's "Law
stations tabulated by Nn i t ed 'leader and Mrs. Walter Reinhardt in bathing suits for the first time Man."
Press in Djakarta game the Mas- as secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Pa-1. The melody lingers on: The .-----
jumi 214,809, the Nationalists derewsky, Mrs. Hillen S i m o n, trailer for a new movie, "Prize' Movie stars as contestants on
165,327 and the communist 158,083 and Mrs. George Walker, will of Gold,''" features the 1947 music the $64,000" question show, and'
'otes. ;serve on the troop committee. written for "Captain From Castill their choice of categories, is some-
These returns were from cities, The Intermediate troop will be by Alfred Newman Para- thing I can't get out of my mind.
West Java.. East Java North, led agaa4this year by Mrs. W. J.j mount designer aEdith Head is Merle Oberon says she "won"'
inpitra, Central Sumatra. South'Bunch assisted by Mrs. Stormmel whipping up some gowns for singer $64,000 at home answering the big
S unhatra, Borapo andpthe Hol t.ccas th. Mrs.Charles Southwell as a Roberta Linn's Las Vegas bow in question along with Marine Capt.t
.slands. They cindlued the We s tcoinmittee member. The Brownies November. She'll compete with Richard McCutchen. But literature
Java city of Bafdung -where the in Rousseau will be led by Mrs. Marlene Dietrich in the w'de open would be her choice if the chips
Nationalists "and the Communists Thelma Lima with Mrs. Margie spaces department. were down. Other Hollywood ex-
decisively defeated the Moslems Carter as assistant leader. -- pertd? I
early today as Bandung became The Intermediate troop in Iod- Double marquee sign of th Merle nominated Richard Burton
the; first Indonesian city to count man is under the leadership of nionth: "The Virgin Queen-Dead for Shakespeare.
all its parliament election votes. Mrs. Arthur Weshaar with Mrs. End." .... ... .. Now I wake up In the middle of
John Sargent as assistant. The the night with new ideas on the
Meanwhile the Masiuni Party troop committee members will be Sheree North has aTV spectacu- subject. Would Milton Berle win
claimed it had gained a substan- Mrs. William Biard, Mrs. Gordon lar, "Patience' and the Panther," at "Old Jokes?" Could Zsa Zsa
tial lead in West Java on the ba- Balbirnie, Mrs. Joeseph Ta) lor, ready for. the highest bidder. It's gabor h ittbe jackpot on "Sex?"
si.r f returns gathered by the par-1 and Mr. Aldin Di' Pasca. a dual role for zippy Sheree whole It's maddening.
Sty itself. Other pries could no! Mrs. George Kruse and Mrs. W..
disprove the Masjumi claims with J. Peterson will act as progoma
figures because Masjumi was the consultants for the entire nel.h- ... .. .. .
ots.only major party tabulating borhood. Mr.. Wiu. W m Davis *W1 TODAY V IN
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Members of the Woman's Auxi- chanic's Club.
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corporate communion by comnmun for the dance. Costumes are not
ing in a body at the choral Eu. obligatory, a spokesman for the
charist tomorrow morning at 7. club said.
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not, are especially invited to at-! Scheduled for tomorrow also areW-t
tend this service, which will have; morning prayer and church school .
as celebrant and preacher t h e at 10 and emenson at 7:30. As .
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Alston To Start Spooner

Or Newcombe Tomorrow
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BROOKLYN, NY., Oct. 1 (UP)-Carl Erskine,
Brook-yn's No.'1 "money pitcher" in World Series
competition, was Walt Alston's choice and the
choice of odds-makers also-to defeat the New York
Yankees today and square the Series at two games

C.H.S. Edges Jr. College 7-6 In Grid Opener

The Cristobal Tigers last nigh
hammered out a well-deservec
7-6 victory over a stubborn Jun
ior College eleven.
Hitting the center of the J.C.
line, Kaiser Bazan and com-
pany picked up three first
downs to setup a Bazan rn
around the right end for tle
first touchdown of the game.
The sevetnh and decisive poiit
was also tallied by Bazan on a
smash over the right tackle.

The Dodgers, with Erskine fac- from Denver of the American Junior College's lone scor
ng big, right-handed Don Lar- Association in late July. came in the final period of ra
ten, ranked 13-to-10 favorites to Larsen was obtained from the when a series of passes ended
nake it two straight victories Baltimore Orioles last winter in with a completion in the end
)ver the Yankees today although the same deal which brought zone of a pass from Mantovan
"asey Stengel's crew was still the Yankees "bullet" Bob Tur- to McKeown. Maloney wa's inch
uoted a 17-to-10 choice to win ley, who was charged with yes- es short in his attempted smasl
the Series- terday's 8-3 defeat. Larsen fail- over guard for the all important
The weather for today's game ed to stick with the Yankees this extra point.
was partly cloudy with temper- spring but after they recalled Mantovani brought the fans
atures in the low 70's. It rained him from the minors, he came to their feet in the third qur-
last night in Brooklyn and Sten- up with consistently strong to tei a beautiful return of
gel indicated he hoped it would showings and wound up the sea- ter with a ntbeutiful razturn of
rain again so that three of his son with a 9-2 record., an The play covered seventy yards
injured outfielders, Mickey Man- Erskine, who turned in an 11- and appeared to be a J.C.T.D.
tie, Irv Noren and Hank Bauer, 8 slate for the Dodgers this sea- however, the Junior College
might enjoy a day of rest. son, was troubled with a sore halfback has stepped out of
Erskine, however, was raring arm for a good part of the cam- bounds on his own forty yard
to go in quest of his third pagn. But the Dodgers weren't line and the score was not val-
World Series triumph over the overly concerned with that after id
Yankees, They beat him one seeing how well southpaw John- *
In three decisions but he had ny Podres did against the Yan- The Cristobal Tigers displayed
the satisfaction of setting a kees yesterday even though he, lots of spirit and speed, taking
World Series record at their too, had been sidelined with an advantage of the larger and
expense in 1953 by striking out injury and had not pitched a slower JC. linemen. The green
14 batters in one game. complete game since June 14. boys of Junior College learned
Erskine has precedent going Alston even hinted that a a lot of football and should im-
for him against the Yankees to- victory by Erskine today might prove with each game.
day. Twice previously, in 1947 put the Dodgers in the driver's
arid in 1953, the Dodgers drop- seat for the Series. It was be-
pqd the first two games of the lievedhe might then start Alo The F
Series to the Yankees, only to southpaw Karl Spooner, who 0ong The Fairways
bounce back and capture the has looked good in relief so
next two games. Both times, far this Series, in the fifth
however, the Yankees came on game, or perhaps, come back
to win the Series, with Don Newcombe, the first- ATTENTION AMADOR WOMEN
In Larsen, Erskine is opposing game loser. GOLFERS
a six-foot-three, hard-throwing Elated by yesterday's triumph, The Amador Women's Club
26 year-old resident of San Die- Alston -predicted the Dodgers Championship qualifying rounds
go, Calif., who was instrumen- would "really start rolling now." must be played in threesomes or
tal in pitching the Yankees to Podres, who celebrated his, foursomes from Oct. 4 to 9. The
the American League pennant 23rd birthday with a neat seven- first 18 holes played during that
tlis year after being recalled hitter, also felt "we got the bad time must be the qualifying
O T S The tournament is open to all
S l ll IiA Amador lad members and wiU
i 0 'oI\ft M 1-kIlLbe a mat/i nlay tournament
with no handicap.
-- A one dollar entry fee will be
r u charged.
Would the Atlantic Little League fans like to know what is
Sing on behind the scenes for the coming year? Well, after baseball out of our blood and
months of snooping and scooping I've come up with some real we'll go all the way now."
lot stove" news. Today's game will mark the
Change Number One. No team will come into the league as first one so far this Series in
unit. The basis for this change is that it does not conform which two right-handed pitchers
ith Little League Rules, which is not true. Quoting Rule V will start.
Selection of Players. (a) The selection of players for the varl- All three Series' victories up
tls teams within a League shall be in compliance with the Lit- to now have been credited to
te League Player Selection System or an acceptable substitute, left-handed pitchers. Whitey
Rule IV (c) teain boundaries may be permitted where com- Ford won the first game, Tom-
lunities making up a league are widely separated upon applica- my Byrne the second and Po-
tUM to and approval- by National Headquarters. dres the third. Only once before
You can readily see that permitting Coco Solo and Coco So- in Series' history have south-
lite-to enter as units was not for the reason they offered. paws won the first three games.
ChAgs Number Two. No games will be played at Coco Solo. That occurred in the famed 1919
Reasorgiven By Atlantic Little League Little League Rules Series between the Reds and
prohibit the use of more than one field and advertisers (fence) White Sox when Dutch Reuther
are being robbed. of Cincinnati won the first
Refuting the first portion of change two, National Head- game, Slim Sallee captured the
quarters only recommends the playing of all games on one field second for the Reds and little
but it Is not mandatory. So that eliminates their argument on Dickie Kerr won the third game
that score. Concerning part two here in the Canal Zone and for the White Sox. *
the Republic of Panama, business men are quite aware of the Podres was backed by an 11-
law forbidding the advertising or endorsing of products by or hit attack, led by his battery-
upon a military reservation. I am sure, as was evidenced last mate Roy Campanella, who
ear by their generous donations, they did not object to the play- orove in three of Brooklyn's
ing of games at Coco Solo or the lack of advertising on that runs with a homer, double and
field. single.
The "Moguls" of the Atlantic Little League have consistently Turley was tagged for three
refused permission to the fans to participate in their meetings hits in the 1 1-3 innings he
in order to express their opinions and wishes and yet seem be- worked and was yanked in favor
wildered for the public's lack of interest and decreased attend- rf Tom Morgan when he suffer-
ance at games. They have lost one of the primary objectives of ed a wild spell in the second in-
Little League Baseball, meaning, it is a community affair. ning.
Another Incident dating back from last year was the exclu- Podres' pitching, Campanella's
silon of the Atlantic Little League from the Championship play- hitting and the brilliant base-
offs on the Pacific side. on the grounds that our League was not running tactics of veteran Jackie
franchisedd," which was not true, but their was no voice of pro-' Robinson were the key features
test offered by the Atlantic Little League. in Brooklyn's one-sided victory.
The sooner these officials realize they are not so high and 'In a last-minute switch, Sten-
mighty and above reproach, the quicker the Atlantic Little League gel installed Mantle in the start-
will be as it should. The best in the business. Ing lineup and the "Commerce
All the officials of the Atlantic Little League are not respon- Comet" responded with a home
sible for the attitude and actions of the League. Unfortunately, r"n his first time up in the sec-
the ones not responsible are in the minority. To them, keep up ond inning but he favored his
the good work. injured right thigh and was not
"Little Leaguer" expected to start today.
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Jackie Gives Best Baserunning Display Since Pepper I
By NORMAN MILLER way for Bob Turley's early down- for third and made
OT ., fall, and helped produce runs a moment later on
BROOKLYN, N.Y., Oct. 1 that eased the way to lefty ros' ground single
(UP) Jackle Robinson, who'd Johnny Podres' seven-hit victo- have been an easy
Like nothing more than a Wctld ry. I Yankee infield not
Series victory to close .. his ;in on thi, rass in
glamorous baseball career, has The score was tied at 2-2 nipping Robinson
projected the Brooklyn Dodgers and Robinson was in third
back into the 1955 classic with with the bases leaded when heI
some of the nerviest base-run- began his war-of-nerves on l[A all (
ning this side of Pepper Martin l Turley. Three times he dashed I UW dIll Jc
"I'm going to keep running half way down the baseline
every chance I get." he said yes- with Turley's delivery, and By. NITED I
rerday after his batting, field- each time the pitri was a ball. By AST
ing and base-running had sent When Turley finally abandon- EAST
Ine New York Yankees reeling. ed his windup and went Into Drexel Tech 7, W. C
8-3. in the third World Series a short stretch, he was corn- North Carolina A a.
game. pletely rattled and threw the ginia Union 0
There are some who say the fourth ball that walked Jun- Miami. Fla. 34, Flor
36-year-old Robinson is near lor Gilliam and forced in Rob- Chattanooga 10, Mi
the end of the major league Inson with the tie-breaking
trail, but don't try to sell that run. MIDWE8
idea to the Yankees, In the seventh. Robinson lined Detroit 41, Wichrita
it wasn't only the bases he a double Into the Ieft field cor- Iowa Tchrs 21, Dra
wangled that shook the favored ner and made a wide turn past Dickinson 8, Minot r
Yankees' composure. His mere second base. When Elston How- ,
presence on the bae pathl drove ard threw to second behind him, WEST
the Yanis frantic, paved the Robinson took off uike a flaab USC 19, Texs 7

martin Jaguar Bowmen
it. He scored' Hold Meeting
Sandy Amo-
that might
out had the A meeting of the Jaguar Bow-
been playing men was held Wednesday eve-
the hopes of ning at the home of Hal An-
at the plate. drews. Organization of the club
is completed; a constitution and
by laws being approved for
hedule printing.
Tomorrow afternoon, at 2p.m.
PRESS a "get acquainted" shoot will be
held at Rodman Naval Station. I
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to the Locona housing area. Ex-I
tra tackle will be available: and
Don Crabbe, Our shooting styl-
ist, will be on hand to show us
six golds. Whether you haven't
bent a bow for years or "don't,
even know which end to load"
come out and get acquainted.
The next meeting will be held
Oct. 5. 7 p.m. at the Albrook
NCO club. Anyone desiring fur-,
ther information ma cA& Hall
Andrews, WMS A f 4 p.m

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Game To Be Contest Of Youth,

Condition Vs. Age, Experience
Tonight's battle between the Balboa Bulldogs
and the Athletic Club at the Balboa Stadium will see
youth and condition versus age and experience.

The A.C. is composed of expe- Itage of the Bulldog squad.
rienced graduates of Canal
Zone schools on both sides of The bulldog line will av
the Isthmus. This experience 179 pounds, the backfield
should offset the weight advan- while the Athletic Club






The race was run just a few
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RosA Bonheur, under a good
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have a line averaging 15aa and a
151-lb backfield.
Co-captains for the Bulldogs
will be senior guard Harry Cody
and junior halfback Owen Suth-
erland. Both men are working for
their second varsity .letter.
The starting lineups:
Balboa High School
LE Reyes, Ramo nor Robnett
LT Connor, Robert
C Clemmons, Jay
RG Fearon, Robert
RT Sorrell, Harold
RE Selby, James
QB Scott, Edward
LHB Sutherland, Owen
RHB Winklosky, Dan
FB Wheeler, Ken
Athletic Club

LE Harris, George
LT Dansby, George
LG Lomedico, Dick'
C Dyer, Tony
RG Dillman, Dick
RT Nellies, Jim
RE Lombana, Al
QB Dare, Jerry
WB Brown, Charles
FB Tuttle, Carl
TB Manning, Arnold
Kickoff time is 7 p.m. at
Balboa Stadium.

GRIDIRON ACTION-Bruce Bateman, No. 82 (center), breaking through for a good gain in
in olt-tackle play against the Athletic Club during the 1955 Jamboree at Mount Hope.

Tesis, Martinez End Training


Panama featherweight champ
Pedro Tesis and ranking Cuban
126-pounder Santiago Martinez
both wound up their training
grinds yesterday for their 10-
round, 130-pound headliner to-
morrow night at the Colon Are-
t na.
the n Each did three fast rounds
and appeared ready for the

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Yankees is congratul ated by Yogi Betra (8) and Elston Ho-
ward (32) as he cro",es ho.,re plate In the sixth inning after
hittiPg his second home run.

ROBINSON STEALS HOME-Jackie Robinson of the Dodgeis flashes his old form as he steals
home in the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium. Ya.ikee catcher Yogi Beria makes the late tag.

,O.lDSFR[ES GETS UNDERWAY-New Yock Yankee pitcher Ed "Whitey" Ford fires the
... t UWorld Series at Yankee Staum to Jim Gilliam of the Brooklyn .odg-
AM UnIPaera SumWmer called the pitch a strike. Catching f mthe Yankee I Yogi Betra.

In Excellent Shape'
match that has aroused great rough, scrappy Juan Salazar.
interest among boxing fans Ibarra is the young two-fisted
Both boys had their training 118-pounder who compiled ani
camps set up at the Colon Are- outstanding record among the
na, but the Cuban made a spe- amateurs, and who made his pro
cial trip to Panama Wednesday debut a highly successful one by
and showed his wares to an im- knocking out courageous Clau-
pressed crowd in a three-round dio Martinez in six heats just
workout. three weeks ago.
Although favorite to rack up
Fans from the capital are ex- his second straight win in the
pected to start pouring into Co- 120-pound, six-rounder tomor-
lon from early afternoon tomor- row night, Toto should find his
row to take in the match be- rival a hard nut to crack.
tween the highly rated visitor "There will be no easy pick-
who is one of the main contend- Ings for Toto in this fight,"
ers for Ciro Moracen's crown. says his trainer-manager, Cu-
Moracen is champ for his di- ban Alfredo Perez. "I am tak-
vision in Cuba, and places a- ing no chances of Salazar
mong the world's six best 126- springing a surprise, and have
pounders. Sandy Saddler holds had the kid condition himself
the title. as if it were a championship

So much attention has been
centered on the principals of
tomorrow night's card, that
somewhat overlooked is the
semifinal clash between up-
and-coming Toto Ibarra and

Dodgers' First

New York (A)- AB R H PP. A
Cerv. If-cf 4 0 0 3 0
McDougald, 3b 4 0 1 0 3
Berra, c 4 0 1 4 0
Mantle, cf-rf 4 1 1 2 0
Skowron, lb 4 1 2 5 2
Howard, cf-If 4 0 0 5 0
Martin, 2b 4 0 0 3 0
Rizzuto, ss 2 1 1 2 1
Turley. p 1 0 0 0 0
Morgan, p 0 0 0 0 0
a-Bauer 1 0 0 0 0
Kucks, p 0 0 0 0 0
b-Carey 1 0 1 0 0
Sturdivant, p 0 0 0 0 1
Totals 33 3 7 24 7

Brooklyn (N)- AB R H PO A
Gilliam. 2b 3 1 1 2 3
Reese, ss 3 1 1 1 2
Snider, cf 4 1 1 1 0
Campanelia, c 5 1 3 6 0
Furillo. rf 5 0 1 1 0
Hodges. lb 5 0 0 14 0
Robinson. 3b 5 2 2 0 7
Amor6s, If 1 1 1 2 1
Podres, p 3 1 1 0 1
Totals 34 8 11 2'7 14
a-Flied out for Morgan in 5th.
b-Tripled for Kucks in 7th.
New York iA'... 020 000 100-3
Brooklyn IN I..... 220 200 20x-8
E-Campanella RBT-Camoa-
nplla 3. Mantle. Gilliam ReesP 2.
Firrillo. Carev. Amoros. 2B-
S k o wro n. Furillo. Robinson.
Camopnella. 3B-Carpy. HR-
Camnanella. Mantle. S--Porires.
DP-Rpeee. Gilllam and Hoders.
Left-NY iAi 5. Brooklvn iN'
11. BB-Podres 2 'Rlzzuto 21:
Turlev 2? Reese. Gllitam,: Mor-
1pan 3 iRPese. Amoros. Fnider':
Kvi'ile 1 IAmor6qo: Sturdrivavt 1
,Gillllam SO-Podres IA iMr-
tin. Cerv 3. Skowron. Howard '
Turlev'. I qnider': Morgan 1
iPodres' HO-Turlpv 3 In 1 1-1:
Mortran 3 in 2 2-3: K"rks I in 2:
Sturdlvant 4 In ') R-1R-Turlev
4-4: Moroan 2-2. Kileks 0-0:
Stil,rdivant 2-2- Podrps 3-? H3P
-By TurleV iAmorros,. W--on-
dres. I.-Turlev T-Pn'iochie'.
I ,A) plate, Da, eoll 'Ni first
hacp" Summers (Al qscond 1se:
Balinfant 'N' their" ha-. T)nn_-
ate]lli 'N' lft fle'd- F'nhprtv
(Ai right. f'ld. T-2:20 Attend-

Yesterday, Toto did three re-
alistic rounds with feather con-
tender Rodolfo "Beau Jack"
Francis and looked real good a-
gainst his classy and more ex-
perienced spar mate.
Fans at the arena tomorrow
night should be treated to a
fine program.
General admission is $1. The
curtain rises at 8.

PRAY FOR PRESIDENT AT SERIES-Players and fans bow their heads In asient prayer at -
Yankee Stadium for the speedy recovery of President Eisenhower, lust before the start 'of .
the 1955 World Series.

Boxing Classes

To Be Resumed
At Balboa YMCA
Boxing classes for boys wivTr
resume at the Balboa YM .CA-,'
USO under the leadership ot
Pete Orgeron. meeting each,
Thursday afternoon from 5:00 tOo. .
6:00. p.m. ,.
SOrgeron is former lightweiglhtc
\ .champion of the 6th Air Force
and taught boxing to boys last
year and earlier this year at the:
local "Y". .
For information and registra-PI
t.on, prospective students may:-
meet the instructor on Moidayj,
Oct. 3, 5:00 at the YMCA.

BEFORE THE BATTLE,-bodger manager Walt Alston (Ieft)
and Yankee manager Casev Stengel meet in New York's Yan-
kee Stadium before the start of the 1955 World Series.

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Dodgers Continue Hit Barrage Off

Five Yankee Hurlers To Even Series

Duke Snider

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.Gil McDougald

TODAY! .75 .40
1:05, 2:40, 4:40, 6.40, 9:00 p.m.


The Brooklyn Dodgers continued roaring back from
their first two defeats at Yankee Stadium to blast five
New York Yankee pitchers for 14 hits, including three
home runs, as they evened up the 1955 World Series to-
day before a wildly cheering home crowd at Ebbets Field.
The final score was 8-5, the Dodgers pounding away
consistently after spotting the Yankees a two-run lead in
'the first two innings.
Roy Campanella got the Brooklyns really under way
with a leadoff homer in the fourth inning. Gil Hodges hit
a two-run homer later in the same frame and then Duke
Snider smacked one far over the wall and into Bedford
Avenue with two mates aboard in the fifth inning. This
just about wrecked the Yanks.
Gil McDougald homered for New York in the first
inning but five pitchers later the Yanks were far out of
it. Clem Labine, the Dodgers' third hurler, got credit for
the win.
The play-by-play:

to Rizzuto near the foul line.
Gilliam lined a hit just inside
the left field line. It rolled to the
corner and Amoros came all the
way to score as Gilliam went to
second for a double. Reees lined
out to Mantle in right, Gilliam
holdiln. Snider hit sharply to
Martin and was thrown out. One
run, one hit, no errors, one left.

Yankees: Berra lined a single
to center. Collins walked on four
straight pitches. Don Bessent
was called in to replace Erskine
on the mound. Howward at-
tempted a bunt but Bessent
threw to* third, forcing Berra.
Collins stole third on the first
pitch. as Bessent threw Into the
dirt. Martin blooped a single in-
to right field, Collins scoring
and Howard, off with the pitch,
going to third. Rizzuto hit into
a doubleplav, Robinson to Gil-
liam to Hodges. One run, two
hits, no errors, one left.
Dodgers: Campanella lined a
three'and one pitch for a home
run far out In left field. Furillo
hit a broken bat dribbler past
the pitching mound and beat it
out for a hit. Hodaes hit one
over the 40-foot wall in right
field to put the Dodgers ahead.,
4-3. Robinson grounded out to
third. Amoros hit back to' tit'
pitcher and was out. Bessent
struck out.' Three runs, three
hits, no errors, none left.

Yankees: Larsen hit behind
second but Reese made a fine
play and threw him out. Noren

Yankees: Irv Noren, leading
off against Dodger right-hander
Carl Erskine, struck out, swing-
ing. Gil McDougald homered in-
to the lower deck in left field.
SMickey Mantle was called out on
. \ strikes. Yogi Berra flied to Duke
Snider in deep center. One run,
/ one hit, no errors, none left.
Dodgers: Junior Gilliam bat-
tinr against Yankee righthand-
.-- er Don Larsen, grounded out to
shortstop Phil Rizzuto. Pee Wee
Reese popped out to Joe Collins
in short right. Snider rolled out
to0 Collins. No runs, no hits, no
errors, none left.
Yankees: Collins walked on a
three-two pitch. Elston Howard
/ sacrificed Collins to second and
t was out, Erskine to Gil Hodaes.
Billy Martin rolled out to Gil-
"lilam. Collins taking thir1. RiZ-
Irzio lined a single into left field,
Collins scoring. Rizzuto stole
secondd on the second pitch. Lar-
sen skied to center. One run, one
hit, no errors, one left.
Dodgers: R oy Campanella
flied to Noren in center. Carl
Furillo went down swinrinr.
Hodges lined a single to lef.
Jackie Robinson flied out to
short right field. No runs, one
hit, no errors, none left.
Yankees: Noren popDed out to
second. McDougald rolled out to
first. Mantle was called out on
strikes again. No runs, rio hits.
no errors, none left.
Dodgers: Sandy Amoros drew
a base on balls. Erskine flied out

ALL IN VAIN-Dodgers' centerfield Duke Snider leaps in a
vain attempt lor Yankees' Joe Collins' homer in the right-
centerfield bleachers in the sixth inning. The New York Yan-
kees won the fist game of the 1955 World Series, 6-5.


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blooped a single into right cen-
ter. McDougald was called out
on strikes. Mantle singled sharp-
ly to right, Noren going to sec-
ond. Berra walked, loading the
bases. Clem Labine was called in
to replace Bessent. Collins hit to
Gilliam who threw to Reese,
forcing Berra at second. No
runs, two hits, no errors, three
Dodgers: Gilliam walked, and
stole second on the second pitch.
Johnny Kucks was called in to
replace Larsen. Reese hit a
broken bat dribbler down to
first and beat it out, Gilliam go-
Ing to third. Snider slammed a
home run far out into Bedford
Avenue. the Dodgers going a-
head, 7-3. Camnanella doubled
to right. Furillo struck out.
Hodges was thrown out bv
Kucks. Campanella taking third.
Robinson lined out to McDoug-
ald. Three runs, three hits, no
errors, one left.
Yankees: Howard lined a sin-
ale to left. Martin doubled over
Snider's head in center, 'Howard
scoring. Rizzuto popped out to
Hodges. Eddie Robinson came in
to pinchhit for Kucks. He lined
a single to right, Martin scor-
ing. Jerry Coleman went In to
run for Robinson. Noren drove
Snider back ealnst the fence in
"enter in a bid for a homer. Mc-
Dougald lined out to Snider. Two
runs, three hits, no errors, one
Dodgers: Rip Coleman came
In to nitch for the Yankees. Am-
oros lined a single to right. La-
bine was called out on stri.r.
Gilliam grounded out to Martin.
Amoros taking second. Reese hit
to deep short, Rizzuto making a
brilliant stop rut having no
play. Snider rolled to Collins
who threw to Rizzuto, forcing
Reese. No runs, two hits, no er-
rors, two left.
Mantle hit sharplv back to the
mound. Labine making a wreat
stop and throwing him out. Ber-
ra flied out to Amoros. Collins
rolled out to Gilliam. No runs,
no hits, no errors, none left.

Dodgers: Campsnella drilled a
single to center. Furillo lined a
lone single off the scoreboard,
Campanella Polng to third.
Hodwes singled to center. Cam-
nanella scoring and Furillo go-
ing to second. Tom Morgan
came to nitch for Coleman.
Robinson flied to short center.
Amorns rolled out to Martin.
both runners advancing. Labine
rolled out to short. One run.
three hits, no errors, two left.
,Yankees: Howard rolled out to
"oO'nson. Martin flied out to
Snider who made a areat rrm-
ning catch. Rizzuto walked. Bill
Skowron. pinchhittine for Mor-
gan, lined one to center, Srilder
making a shoestring catch. No
runs, no hits, no errors, one left.
Dodgers: Gilliam laid a per-
fect bunt down the third base
line, easily beating the throw.
Reese sacrificed Gilliam to sec-
ond and was thrown out, Berra
to Collins. Snider was Intention-
ally walked. Campanella lined
out to center. Furillo popped out
to Martin. No runs, one hit, no
errors, two left.
Yankees: Noren lined out to
Hodges. McDougald flied to
right. Mantle hit back to the
mound and was thrown out. No
runs, no hits, no errors, none

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Coco Solo Plane Speeds


A Navy. plane carrying medi-
cal supplies, food and emergen-
cy radio equipment left Coco So-
lo yesterday bound for the areas
of British Honduras and Mexico
devastated by Hurricane Janet.
Aboard the Coco Solo plane
was a group of Navy officials,
including Rear Admiral Milton
E. Miles, Commandant of the
Panama sector who was appoint-
ed Commander of the Opera-
Besides bringing the supplies
and food, the group plans to
conduct a survey as to the ex-
tent of damage done by the hur-
No word had been received
at the Headquarters 15th Na-
val District from the survey
team at press time. They were
headed for Belize, British
Aircraft from the carrier Sal-
pan, along with a utility hell-

Victims With

copter squadron also were tak-
ing part in the mercy mission.
From Mexico City came word
that the murderous storm took
at least 303 lives in its sweep a-
cross the narrow southern sec-
tion of Mexico.
The death toll from the hur-
ricane's sweep across the Carib-
bean Islands and Mexico today
rose past the 500 mark.
The hurricane's winds of up
to 150 mps earlier had killed at
least 206 persons in islands ly-
ing in her path across the Ca-
Worst hit city in Mexico was
Chetumal, near the British Hon-
duras border.
Authorities said they recover-
ed 30 more bodies from the
wreckage yesterday, bringing the
city's death toll to at least 200.
Rescue workers feared "many
more" bodies would be found as
the wreckage is cleaned up.
'The village of Ycalak, about

Buying Communist Arms

May Cost Egypt US Aid
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UP) to obtain necessary supplies of
If Egypt persists in buying arms heavy weapons from the Western
from Communist countries, the U- powers.
united States may consider sharply
reducing its economic aid to the
Arab nation.her Burn
Informed sources emphasized I
no such step would be considered
until assistant secretary of state T A Child
George V. Allen reports back
from his mission to Cairo to per-Seeks T* fve ID .
suade the Egyptians against pur- jek S6 Vf OlI
chasing the Communist weapons. *
If his trip is unsuccessful and
Egypt persists, the United States OPP, Ala, Oct 1 (UP)A four-
will "reexamine" the aid program year-old girl heart-broken at the I
under which Egypt received $43, thought of losing her doll, re-en-
000,000 in economic and technical tered a flaming farmhouse to save
assistance in the 12 months end- the toy today followed by her fran-
ing last June 30.. tic mother and both were burned
to death along with another child.
There have been indications an- Authorities were "almost cer-
other $30,000,000 would be granted tain" that fire which destroyed the
'n the fiscal year ending n extframe home of Gordon Jackson
June 30. started from a home made
The State Department has re- sludge pot for repelling mosqui-
ceived unconfirmed reports that toes.
red arms shipments already have Jackson, hospitalized with sec-
left European and Black Sea ports ond degree burns, said he had all
for Egypt. five of his children and his wife
U.S. officials fear any I a r g e out of the burning house and had
Communist arms supply' to the ygoqe for help when little Kathleen
Arabs would touch off a danger- Jackson ran back into the flames
ous arms race in the Middle East for her doll. Her mother, Mil-
and threaten the stability of the dred Jackson, 27, went after the
Western alliance's southern blank, child.
Allen flew in to Cairo yesterday The bodies of the mcthcs sad
from here amid speculation that daughter were found in the ruaWe
any attempt by the top American of the house.
diplomatic trouble-shooter to dis- Six-year old Patsy May Ji*l
suade Egypt from buying arms son, burned over 75 per cent of
from the Communists is doomed her body before the family 8gt
to failure. out, died a few hours after the
There was little doubt in diplo- Jackson, 35, in "fair" condition
niatic and political circles t h a t at a hospital here, said his oldest
Allen's hasty flight to Cairo was daughter, eight-year old Margie,
more than the announced inspec- told him Kathleen returned to the
tion of the area and was motivat- house for her doll. Margie was not
ed by the State Department's un- injured.
favorable views on the arms a- Two-year-old J. B. Jackson re-
greement between Egypt and Cze- ceived second degree burns and
choslovakia, was hospitalized. A six-week old
Informed sources believed Al- baby, Rocky Jackson, was burned
len would not be able to convince slightly but was released to the
Prime Minister Gamal Abdel Nas- care of a neighbor's family.
ser to drop plans to purchase Opp firemen said when they
arms from the Czechs. arrived at the scene of the fire
Nasser, in announcing the Egyp- they found the tin-roofed Jackson
tian-Czech arms deal, also d is-, home already falling in. The house
closed that Egypt had asked So- was destroyed by the flames.
viet Russia for arms too. I Sheriff Cliff Meredith said he
He said that Egypt had failed believed the fire started from the
.. smudge pot, made of sulphur-sock-
PALM JUNGLE ed rags burning in a tin can. He
said Mrs. Jackson apparently put
BORWNSVILLE, Tex. -(UP) the smudge pot into a small room,
The only jungle of palm trees na-when she went toig sleep and that
ive to the United States is locat- thing became ted to re enter
ed in the Rabb plantation south of thJahkson atermptiswife, but was
Brownsville, according to the at the front door by a wall
meBrownsville C of flame that set his clothing on
fire. A neighbor tore the clothes
from Jackson and probably saved
im and Raloh Lane his life.

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40 miles east of Chetumal, re- turn up."
ported that 97 persons died in The plane was carrying nine
the carnage. The dead, mostly Navy fliers and two Canadian
children, comprised more than a newsmen who were making a.
third of the village's population., check on Hurricane Janet Mon.
Meanwhile, from Miami, Unit-' day.
ed Press reported today that the
air and ship search for a hurri- A source at the Jacksonville
cane hunter plane missing in Air Station said the order vir-
the Caribbean since Monday tually ends all hope."
with 11 men aboard was called Two Navy search planes raised
off today by the Navy. hopes briefly yesterday when
they reported that they had
Rear Admiral Bill Cooper, spotted what appeared to be
Commander Naval Base, Guan- "two life rafts." But after drop-
tanamo Bay, Cuba, co-ordinator ping from an -8,500 altitude for
of the six-day search, said how-; a closer look, the planes report-
ever, "there will continue to be ed the "objects" were sandbars.
Investigative flights on an in-! Foster said he Would go to see
definite basis to check on any the families of each of the nine
reports in the area which might airmen.

MR. AND MRS. IS THE NAIME-Actress Debbie Reynolds and
singer Eddie Fisher cuddle for cameramen after their mar-
riage at Grossingei, N.Y. Tney were wed 'in a three-mipute
civil ceremony at the hon e of Dr. and Mrs. David Etefs.


of Seryicios y Ventas Abernathy,


the opening of his new Sporting Goods Store located
in new building adjoining old store
(Across side street El Panama Hotel)

Mr. Abernathy and Universal Sports Corporation of
whom he represents wish to thank their many
valued customers in Panama and the Canal Zone.

Servicios y Ventas Abernathy represents only the
finest of equipment, manufactured by such as
Rawlings, Louisville Slugger, Voit, Everlast athletic
equipment, Shakeaspeare, Penn, Pflueger, Ocean
City, Cape God, Courtland, Sevenstrand,, Nylure,
Mirolures, Flatfish, Creek Chub, Kramer, Mitchell,
Ru-Mer, and Quick Fishing Fackle, Cressi, Cham-
pion, U. S. Divers, underwater equipment, Man-
hattan, Atwood, Michigan Wheel, boat accessories
and propellers. Chris Craft Boats and Kits, Elto and
Enenviude motors. Tennis Rackets Restrung. Rods
and Reels repaired.


Monday and Tuesday the Store will be closed,
except for emergency, orders and sales.

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