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PANAMA, R. F SATURDAY, SEPTEMEI.t 13,1956
G Air C Rescu e Jaunts
To Be Curtailed Soon
The Caribbean Air Command's' scop of air. sea rescue, operations will be considerably
curtailed in the near future, A CAirC spokesman confirmed yesterday upon being queried
At the same time he said that
there are no plans to change the
present policy of air-sea rescue in
the command! t.
"Only the extent of the com
mand's ability to carry out mis
sions has been limited by the loss
of the Air Force squadron devoted
solely to rescue efforts." i
The changes are the result of
a new overall concept in air rescue
operations announced from Wash
ington and on the isthmus early
list June. It was stated then that
'self-sufficient units at a limited
number of bases will give way to
more widely dispersed helicopter
. Commands affected in this gen general
eral general area are those in the Canal
Zone, in Puerto Rico and Ber
In brief this means lhat the
two SH-lT helicopters of the 26th
Air Rescue Squadron heretofore
stationtd at Albreok AFB have
; been, transferred to the base
command at tht field, i v -These
are the big copters' which
can carry four or five people
readily, more in emergency.
But the four tri-phibiam (land,
sea, snow or ice) Albatross planes
are being packed for shipment
The direct responsibility for air air-sea
sea air-sea rescue activities will now be
mission of Caribbean Command,
which in a general way supervises
U. S. military activities from Gua-j
temala to the Horn except for
Brazil and Argentina, i ,. j
The command's spokesman said
today that deactivation of the Al Albrook
brook Albrook squadron will "particularly
reduce the command's capacity for
air-sea rescue operations at dis dis-tanees
tanees dis-tanees beyond helicopter ranges,
and in rescues requiring water
-wvr, I -v"l V Fere and'
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k lew Charges
CATCHING UP ON THEIR lESfexWslttaJ5".
, to open, Joyce Gordon, 8, and her brother, James, 10, study
their lessons outside the elementary school In Clay, Ky The
day before 500 National Guardsmen moved Into the town
and formed a shoulder-to-shoulder barricade to escort the
two children into the- formerly all-white' school. ;
nte Group Orders Probe
Two additional charges of .em
bezzlement were filed in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Magistrate's Court yester yesterday
day yesterday against) Charles Delanev.
49, American, now awaiting trial
in U.S. District Court On two
belaney Is accused of having
embezzled from the Margarita
Union Church which he served
The, new counts asserts Del Del-aney
aney Del-aney embezzled $5000 and $932
between J an,! 1, 1955 and June
30, 1955.- tnii.vT.'; ,-
The' chargei on tohicti he
was awaiting-trial covet $2600
and $1200 allegedly taken dur,
ing the same period.
District Attyi Rowland K. Haz Hazard
ard Hazard said yesterday that it is
probable the $1200 charge may
later be embodied in the $5000
charge..' ' -;- ;
He also said lhat shortages in
the church books, at revealed, by
an audit, go back, to 1950. The
statute of limitations has run
t t -' m,".dpl $iv
Presi laht Voivs
" CAIRO. Sect. 15 (UP! Eavnf took nvr full nntrn.
Hon of the Suez Canal today, and President Gamal Abdel
Nasser vowed "every Egyptian able to bear, arms' will
fight any western attempt to challenge its control of the
vital 101-mile waterway. ; ? j
Egyptian pilots put the biggest peacetime convoy in
history through the Canal today with full deployment of
irs own men ro nil rne vacuum iert Dy me walkout ot most
foreign pilots last night. ';(
The 31 -ship convoy which entered the Canol today
was headed by tankers flying the flags of France, Britain
and Norway in that order and it was evident Egypt was
showing it was not retaliating against the countries whose
pilots led the walkout.
r ('-.tared', a state off and five from "friendly conn-"
Eg yp f.
Disarmament Plan Brews
In US Foreign Policy Pot
WASHINOTON Rnt 1!LrTrP
The United states Is workinir
on a new disarmament program
aesignea no oreaK Russia's strat strategy
egy strategy of using only, "paper agree agreements"
ments" agreements" to curb troops and
weapons; .- 'r;; .-
Administr atlon official nr.
pressed hope today that, the
plan would be ready this fall for
presentation in the United Na Nations,
tions, Nations, nrobablv before (the TIN.
. Interest in East-West disarm disarmament
ament disarmament was whetted anew yester yesterday
day yesterday .when Soviet Premier Niko Nikolai
lai Nikolai A. Bulcanln stressed the mih-
ject in a lettter to President Eis-
ennower. The letter was made
SdkShcls From US
WASHINGTON,, Sept. 15 (UP
-Argentina led today the list of
countries to receive Salk polio
vaccine from the United States
since the first export licenses
were Issued early this month.
A t'n'Vd States survey dis-
public by both the Kremlin ar 3
uie wniie House. , t
White House presj- Secretary
James C. Hagerty told newsmen
before the letter was made pub public
lic public in Washington that "there s
nothing new in It."
-:r i '
, To most officials, Bulgaria's
ieuer sounded Just like pre.
vlous messages he has sent to
the President. It blamed fail failure
ure failure for reaching a disarma disarmament
ment disarmament agreement on the Unit,
ed States. Bulganin also re rejected
jected rejected again Mr. Eisenhower's
"open slt'es" proposal made at
the Geneva summit meettj
more than a year ago.
Experts said the Bulg i
letter onlv mnhaxiwrf t
difference between th Una:
scan.es and Russia on the c -armament
r w ... q wmnvovu A m ix i.
Moscow la still Insisting on far-
langmg -paper agreements" o.i
disarmaments without adequa's
inspection euaranteei. Th ha
UA policy still is to seek a step-
oy-vp- approacn. to dlsarn
ment, they said.
- t,:t f
.n it:, .ins
v i if they r
v, i i coinmifiJ'f capability,
anj prev.Jing, in tht cat of
fpre; n tsrritory or nttionsls of
. for an eountriti, that the rcquttt
for otiitanct is mad officially
, thro fjli tho U S. tmbany in
that country. .
In detail, the 1st Air Rescue
Group Headquarters, located at
Albrook, and the rescue coordina
tion center there, will
down operations Oct. 1
gone from the Isthmus bv Dee. 8.
26th Air Rescue Squadron had its
stand down Sept. J,
Its commanding officer, ; Maj.
George 0 Hambrick, has been
transferred to Caribbean Air Com Command
mand Command and will stay here:
Five helicopter pilots, four main maintenance
tenance maintenance men 'and some other per personnel
sonnel personnel .have been transferred to
Albrook AFB. The pilots are:
Capt. William B. Peel. Cant.
Charles J. Dupont, Capt.' Paul VV
Van Boven, 1st Lt. George W. La-
slead and 1st Lt. David E. Allen.
Other squadron personnel is
packing to leave for various new
The squadron stand down occur,
red in Puerto Rico early this
month and in Bermuda August 1.
1 1 is to tt-iip a quick sank
; ii. John J. Williams (R.-Dcl.)
said several persons bought 20, 20,-0150
0150 20,-0150 shares of Northeast Airlines
stock the morning after the com company
pany company was awarded the lucrative
"Gold Coast" .route, between New
York and Miami. v.
Williams said they included a
CAB attorney and -'three Capitol
Hill employes." The CAB'a deci
sion, reached secretly on Aug. 2,
was not announced until Aug. 10.
Chairman John L, McClellan (D.-
Ark.) ordered the staff Of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Government Operatidns Com Committee
mittee Committee to make a preliminary in-
,"in4i -vesiiKHuun inio uie case.
and- bel 'U'"! ad both Congress and
i a ... WlJ)
- -'$ -1 he -was suft'lyir- T
.MiCI, !l.in v.i;h a complete l.M, ob i
i.im.;d l oin the Securities k Ex-
ehanp ('nmmiLcl.n .. r L.l
bought Northeast stock on Aug. 3j' il Vi
. He said the CAB has fired the Wlt.ll-I J3 J
-vincjf, wim, Dtiugnr l.uuu snaresl
mt,day fter the secret decision.
WUliams did not name the Ihrce
congressional employes Involved.
' Afcert N. Ruppar, a former CAB
attorney, was ousted by the agency
Wednesday.. But he insisted he re resigned
signed resigned and said his departure from
CAB had nothing to do with the
stock purchase. He said he knew
nothing of the Northeast decision
MEXICO. CITY, Sept. 15 UP)
Russia is willing to disclose
the location, and extent of her
radioactive mineral reserves, ar
cording to D. I. Sherbakoy, head
of the Russian delegation to the
20th international Geological
Congress, meetmtr hem
Speaking at a news confer conference
ence conference yesterday1 Sherbakov said
Pablo D. Barsallo, 28, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was fined $i0 in Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday for
having .no operator's license,
plus an additional $10 for fall fall-use
use fall-use to answer a citation.
Iris Smith Webster, 42, Amer American,
ican, American, was fined $15 for failure to
use safety In starting her car.
' Jose Vlllegas, 33. Panamanian.
was fined $15 for failure to dls-
This accounts for the component: Play a license plate properly on
squadrons ot the 1st Air Rescue wuca.
But the group's commander. Co!:
f..dwin M. Hamate, fill be around
for a while. He has become base
commander at bio k
(Ed.isr's No, : A.! hijtory of
' the COursout i 'd telflttt work
of the Squadron and tht Group
will he fitunKi In a week or
Failure to have the door of his
bus closed resulted in a $5 fine
for Tomas Saenz, 42, Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, plus another $10 for (all (allure
ure (allure to answer a citation.
Eustacio Mendieta, 19, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, paid a $10 fine for hay haying
ing haying no operator's license. 1
Commissary trespassers fined
$10 each were Lydla Andrade de
Oesai, 22, Panamanian, and Ele Elena
na Elena Vega Mendez, 52, Panama
nian.. .. .
Imposition of sentence was sus suspended
pended suspended in Balboa Magistrate's
court yesterdav for Julio L)ia; la
Panamanian, the son of a postal1
empfoye.. j fV.
He was convicted of disturbing,-.
me peace in navtng used profane
and obscene languge at uie cos cosmetics
metics cosmetics counter in Use La Boca
Commissary. - f ;
The suspension was for a period
oi six months.
t a I m m ..
Put On Ma Hcinzs
1"he loading and unloading
operations of motor vehicles
usinij the two Panama canal
ferryboats President Amador
and President Roosevelt have
been speeded by the reduction
of the number of cars allowed
aboard for each trip.
Effective t h i s we e k, the
number of motor jvehieles per per-rritsed
rritsed per-rritsed aboard each of th twn
ri EXCS Arie, Sept. 15 (UP) '1I atcher ferryboats now In use
1hee municval dog-catchen has been limited to 14. This Is
wre arrcsiff t !?y on charges'1101 only an effective safety
Hn trio were faid to bavej measure but has served to
of practicing a Iterative racket.! speed up the ferry operation,
shewn eomp'ete ft 'ireaeard fori Under the present system the
pier-ire: and concentrated on two ferryboats are able to ioad,
)".: e"d di--s fr.-nn whose owners cross the ransl rhannel tA
- j: rewaras tor-unnao en tne other aid-
V:' r 1 'r'": ' 'y 10 minutes.
ana actually lost monev tin ih u ... i u..
way of preparing a world min
eral map, since delegates rrom
to nanons arttendine the con
gress have approved the propos
al. -, s
Sherbakoy said there is really
no point to nor any methods of,
hiding radio minerals today,
He said the first session of
the sub-committee which will
prepare th map will be In 1958
and he foresees no political ob obstacles
stacles obstacles to, carrying out the
work. .': .. .,
The Russian delegation, which
has toured Mexican mining and
petrdleum works, was especially
impressed by the highly trained
technicians and modern, equip equipment
ment equipment at the Petroleos Mexicanos
refinery in Salamanca, sherba sherbakov
kov sherbakov said.
n a against me iw for any
CAB employe to buy "or sell any
airline. stock; Ruppar said he just
uiun i winit sdouj the prohibition
wnen. ne oougnt the stock,
Hits New High
Of 163,350,000 ; V
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (CT)v
The U.S. population, Includ Including
ing Including armed forces overseas," hit
a new high of Kg,360,0oo on
Aug. 1, the C(nsus Bureau re reported
ported reported today. v v
. This was an Increase of lit
per cent, or 1727,000 since
April 1, 1350, the last national
. u. r ...i
a rial Ru.au, ;, stood Oil
i.,e c.iual bank to supervise per personally
sonally personally the heaviest traffic the
canal has ever known.
The "go" signal for the Suez
convoy was given 45 mlnutles
earlier than normal because of
the huge number of ships pass passing
ing passing through the. waterway.
' ; '" ''-
Cairo newspapers proclaim proclaimed
ed proclaimed in banner headi;nes the ar arrival
rival arrival of Soviet pilots to help
and the government newspa-.
per Al Gomhouria reported
Uiat 41 arrived by plane last
night and went to the canal
sone to begin work immedi immediately.
1 Nasser spoke at graduation
exercises for Egyptian air cadets
his first major speech since
July 26 when he announced na nationalization'
tionalization' nationalization' of the Suez canal
"At this crucial stage m tne
history of humanity, In these
days when justice is defending
itself against aggression, inter international
national international thuggery and imperial
ism, Egypt will stand firm to
preserve her sovereignty In the
face of some countries which
have bared their teeth" and
shown their true color," he said.
"The hl powers cannotjscare
us with their conspiracies and
threats. We shall defend our
rights to the last drop of blood,
In- saying this I knew I speak
for all Egyptians, Are and ci
tizens of the countries vhleh be
lieve in liberty and Jnlty of
the individual. : U
Twenty-eris Egypt'sn pilots
The while painted Fre n c h
tanker Burmalre led the proces procession
sion procession of 31 shlps as they began
moving northward in j clear
weather and under cloudless
sky, -; y, y-.; '.i '-v.:
The Egyptian pilot steered the
Burmalre into the mouth 'of the
canal to the sound of a shrill
siren followed by such vessels as
the P. arid O. luxury hio Can Canton
ton Canton with 1,000 passengert V and
the 22,500-ton Portuguese liner
Veracruz making her maiden
voyage through the canal:
The convoy sailed at 1:30 a.m.
Tnrougn the mgnt snips wauea
with all deck lights shining
brilliantly m the dark night and
forming a' sparkling curtain a a-bout
bout a-bout four miles offshore,; facing
the port of Suez. J
ed to foreign countries out-of jr. f"f i
the 1,000,000 made available forJali-iiJ I,
export through September,
Of this.' Argentina received
474,525 cc, followed by Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela with 127,380i. a-
Police Chech Weird Kidnaping
Of Wealthy Woman; Charges Fly
' SAN DIEGO, Calif.,' Sept.-15
(UPJ A wealthy woman who
disappeared from her home
Wednesday night was found
almost nude today on a des
ert highway near where she
business with Mrs. Latham's
husband, and Mrs. Lucille M.
Whiseand, 38, were arrested
on suspicion of kidnaping and
attempted murder. Both of the
women told police they, too,
uaid two women tried to bury had been kiHnani whH.
her alive after kidnaping her.- day but were released.
Although barely able to talk.
Mrs. Evelyn Latham, 51, ac accused
cused accused the women of abducting
her from the San Diego home
of her son, Dr. Richard Lat Latham.
ham. Latham. She said they drove htt
to the desert 20 miles west of
El Centro and, after stripping
her clothes, burled her under
a pile of rocks. One of her abi abi-ductors.
ductors. abi-ductors. she said, was a for
mer business associate of her
Mrs. Latham, wife of a
wealthy Investment broker,
was taken to an El Centro
hospital whfre police said
they had difficulty ouestlon ouestlon-ing
ing ouestlon-ing her because of her condi condition.
tion. condition. She had been on the des desert
ert desert more than 24 hours and
was suffering from exposure
to heat of more than 110 de degrees,
grees, degrees, hospital attendants
In San Dietro, Mrs. Eeatriee
Winn, 57, who had been la
Mrs. Latham toM officers
that Mrs. Winn and a Mexl--can
woman forced her to ac accompany
company accompany them -on threats of.
harming her four-month-old
grandson with whom she had.
Imper', 1 Courfy Sheriff Her-"
bert Huti-ei s ,.d Mrs. Latham Latham-was
was Latham-was discovered on the esert
by a pacing motorist who said
Mrs. La, 1 n propped off
on the s tf the road. She
had tried tot vr herself with ;
t brush t rnost of her
clothes were stripped off;
As she was undergoing
. treatment. Mrs. Latham told
officers that after she was
forced to leave her son's home
she was-tmirl and gagged,
and then r ; M f i In the trunk
of a car. AUi t a drive of about t, lng she was holding more than
. women told her they were go going
ing going to kill her.
After hours of effort, she
said, she finally freed herself
and crawled out of the rocky
prison and finally reached the
road where, as her strength
was giving out, she propped
herself up In the hope some someone
one someone would see her. ,.-'., t
' Mrs. Winn declined to' com comment
ment comment on Mrs. Lajham's charge.
All she would say was, "I don't
know what the scoop is now."
Mrs. Latham Jiad been re reported
ported reported missing Wednesday
night by her husband, George
Latham, president of an in in-ie.stment
ie.stment in-ie.stment firm and several
' On the same night, !Mrs.
Winn and Mrs. Whiseand told
officers, they also were kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped and driven towards the
desert by two Spanish-speaking
Latha t had a law suit on
file 82-v st Mrs. Winn, a for
mer business associate, charg-
lour hours si e said xhe was
taken out of t e car and
tht nn i "i the --, allow hole
oa te l. il i ..t aid the
$12,000 in jewels belonging to
one of the ftrmsJie headed. A
hearing had beetircheduled In
the case yesterdaj ,
Passengers who had led their
ships for shopping ana signisee signisee-ing
ing signisee-ing in Sues hurried back in the
early nours ior me snips' ae ae-narture.
narture. ae-narture. In the few hours the
passengers were ashore, dealers
in oriental curios and.turbaned
Gall conjurers did a brisk trade,
, Calm prevailed along the
canal, but It was fraught with
tension. Big emergency police
force were posted in all offi offices
ces offices and installations of the
canal administration te pre prevent
vent prevent an uihrrak of disorders
(with departure of the foreign
The British and Norwegian
pilots who steered yesterday's
southbound convoy from Port
Said arrived here ahead lot their
deadline and Immediately quit
their jobs with, "we'ra finished,
we're going home." j
Cy Israel !n Rl;
IKI tm Is iiiivinj
Lebanon, Sept. 15-
The Commerce Denartmentin
charge of issuing licenses, has
not made any public announce announcement
ment announcement of the progress of the ex-
Srt promm which started late
But officials explained that
every effort- is being made to
give priority to countries with
high polio incidence. ;
They voiced hope that before
October the department will an announce
nounce announce a new allocation of at
least another 1,000,000 cc. to be
distributed during the last quar
ter oi tne year,
It is understood that addition additional
al additional supplies would be given-to
countries that have Already
started inoculation programs.
Other nations that received
vaccine shipments so far are
Costa Rica 68.808 cc? Israel 48.
080 cc: Panama 45,000 cc; Ice Iceland
land Iceland 30.600 cc; Belgian Congo
1404 cc. r.-,,,
This leaves 218,214 cc. to be
distributed' before the month's
Castel GANror r i
Sept; 15 (UP! Foi e i m,
told Catholic priests t. v t
should combat "fa: r
phical Systems" by k k-with
with k-with the latest developn-..-science,
art and Industry.
"The priest charged 't
care of souls can and mu. t i
what modern science, sit
technology v affirm ui
they touch on the end of r
and his t moral and r-1
life," the Pontiff told i
an priests at his summer i
"There Is a treat uph
for direction of the
modern knowledge in
they touch reliclon n,-i i
in their relation to the rhr
flOn the other hand, t!
need for direction of the ci.
organization with reanrl
modern sciences without r
dice to the autonomy of t
sciences so that the order!
human life to Its final.
natural end shall not suff
Marine Shows Stomach Bruin,
Slugging Inquiry TV Be Scl
PARRIS' ISLAND. i.C: Sent. 15
(UP) A Navy doctor said yes
terday that surgeons found "bruis-i
ed spot on the abdomen of Ms-
nne recruit who said he had been
codings." But if teid reports i
dieattd there were "50 te 79 r
cruifs prewnt" et the time t
recruit said he was struck.
Hamisfar is expected to te'
men-wai involved in the raid whicl
wiped out Jordan's Arab legwi
post at Ghsrandel.
slugged in the) stomach by a sup4 before a Board of Inquiry v.
na u reieaseq irom the hO'-
ln 10 daVl to twn IfMtf Tr I
to be summoned in the- latest said full recovery is assured
charges of mistreatment at this fact, he is practically well now
boot camo where onlv two months Hamisfar ftr f; .'.
. -l -, - .WII1CI1IIIK V
,ago a drill sergeant was convicted Dr. Reid, refused to be interv.
oi ea oy unuea Fress. te Una t
poner t nave written on a r
Ureal news sources say ,of negligence in the drowning
battanon strengnt-i.nuo s oi nis men
Pvt. Donald Hamisfar, 20, of
Norwalk. Ohio, when he neglect'
ed te say "Sir" te the corporal
U.N, spokesman Albert Grand Issuing equipment
said the on-the-spot report by the
U.N. trucke team was lnmedlate-
ly radioed to U.N. Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold i
New York. .
Grsnd said the truce team
had a hernia the following day
when he underwent the physical
examination given ail ,, new re recruits.
cruits. recruits. -;, ';";''-
Hamisfar was transferred to the
of paper that I don't want to tu
to tjie Press."
The Marine's mother, who v ,"i
his sisters. brotheri inH lrl
.- : i j... .
namisnr iriena visueo Mamislar in the 1.
pital during the Labor Day w-
ena, asseriea unursday in (
that hef son was slugged bv a
drill instructor for failing to "?y
at-:-tt j : ,
ir uuruiE a acmon&irauon on
learned that Jordan suffered 101 Biort Naval Hospital f I V e thr uses of a mop and bucket
dead and four wounded In the at-
miles from this Marine recruit de-
tack. Earlier Jordanian reports for ,urery to correct th ner'
Hem".d Vlil UJ-Suc,, Nmrc.pt. Jsme, R. Rcid Jr..
reSrtMidt,be i iiffi' lV,
tri i i ... viuicu lion, (lIIUrl1I
T.fKG.h""ndI d.".!?..,?t.ihha.when Emitted to the hospital' ws. thrust under the spoti 1 1
hi. 7 tiT V rV.T..y u.llut wnen d?"0" performed surg-' earlier this year when F-t. Mat-
However, the Marine Corns sail
Hamisfar' stalement allegr-d I
was struck in the stomach a n
"pushed, backwards", by a sur
corporal while beina issued "'
ble in the attack, Grand said. He
also confirmed Jordanian char
ges that a nearby school buldlng
was oesiroyea. j
He said the 10 Jordanian dead
included eight soldiers, one Civili Civilian
an Civilian man and one woman. The
ery, mey discovered a "bruised thew C. McKeon, a drill mstruo
spot" on the abdominal wall, he tor, was court-martialed for lead-
When questioned, Hamisfar
told of being struck in the supply
room and an investigation was
started. The Marine Corps with-
ing his platoon on a disciplinary
night march which ended when c
of his men drowned.
McKeon currently is await ir?
review of his conviction and
wounded included three soldier held the name of the corporal irK tence to a bad conduct disch?
and one woman. volved pending "further pre- and nine months in prisons.
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OWED TO A MERCHANT
With sly apologies to Ogden Nazh, : i J .
It seems to me about time that someone put In a kind word
or two for i ,
a store manager In Balboa who will I surprised and embar embarrassed
rassed embarrassed and
chagrined to read this verbal hash.
Despite the complexities of modern supply and demand and
the vagaries ':
of the female .buyers" minds which would have the" average
manager hvstitches, v
He stays in Wiere and pitches.'
He's always togged In white. '
Antl h grins from morn till night.
At complaints of quality and pi Ices and housing and low alr-j
! planes and v ." ,
free transportation and deer on Ancon Hill and general
world events, r
He sympathizes and advises arid compromises and keeps on
nlntrfflnff household. 1 '- """
wares and filling grocery orders and selling "pents."
They'll fill his place when he 1 (Hires, come November, v
And within a year his name will be hard to remember.
So while he's still here, let's call a ha it to this false modesty,,
this reluctance to give credit where due, this business of hiding
our heads in the sand like an ostrich or a cassowary;
Let's admit that weTe referring to the genial manager of the
; Balboa Commissary.- --
And even though he will clahi to disapprove, let' print his
J name, by Hevans t
It's Jerry Evans.
Br VICTOR RIESEL
One man aside from the FBI
and the Attorney General, knew
that J Edgar hoover had broken
tne mystery of the acid-huriing
gang and that arrests were about
to he made. He was the Presi President
dent President of the U.S. l"
President Eisenhower had been
intensely interested in the attack
on this reporter ever since the
evening of June 3 when be
snaoD&i off his television set
whicn. for half an hour over
Meet 'the Press," had brought
my stor right into his living
-.The President had then contact
ed Attorney General Herbert
Brownell and passed on his per personal
sonal personal interest- in the 'assault.
Thereafter, he was regularly in informed
formed informed each time the BI, pains painstakingly
takingly painstakingly and scientifically plod plodding
ding plodding through thousands of details,
came up with a promising lead.
, Reports are that the attorney
general brought this information
to the President personally. When
the final breas was aoout to oe
announced" by FBI director
Hoover, the President was in
formed first. T
I hoDc no shred of megalomania
creeps into this report of mine
Acid had burned my eyes, my
clothes, and had stained the side
walk on which I stood, me sneer
cruelty of this attack and the cas cas-ualness
ualness cas-ualness with which it was ordered
were enough to horrify the nation
and its leader. But there also was
the intense indignation against
this defiance of the press. What
was the underworld protecting?
I can only guess as this thing
still whirls about me. But the
stakes are gargantuan. For years
this column had been beating the
drums, for example, to raise an
alarm against the mobster in invasion
vasion invasion of some unions whose
welfare funds hve been steadily
rislnz .into the millions of dol
larsend from which there could
be "legally" looted more money
than any other crime cartej op operation
eration operation had ever brought.
The enormity of this well sown
field and its long green harvest
can best be shown by. detailcdly
reporting what an honest welfare
and pension fund is like. Then im
agine if this fund or bne like it it-ever
ever it-ever fell into sticky hands. 1
Because the most recent fund
report is from John L. Lewis'
miners union, I pass it on to you.
Back in 1948 the United, Mine
Workers' welfare fund was broke
and had to cut back on its bene-
NA Unkt, Ik.
A Plan For Assasination
' By E03 RUARX ",.'"'
If JACK AKCIRSON
communism, while she herself tt
. .,, 'not a J-'emocratic country."
AAHAF.IA fia!'' in thit On Ort it ic .....
- 4 nil vi v. a uu7, v u al 1 c at
part of the v,orid here passions ago, the Cairo radio proclaimed:
run as deep as the wells which "American weapons provide tha ;
search for atcr in desert sands, oasic channel for-the penctratioa
the hi; ,m puzzle in the minds of American influence. The Anier
of diplomats, including .Amen- leans, therefore, invented what
cns, is how the U.S.. State De- they called the mytual security
partment got sucked into bcliev- pact. They offer it to miserable
ing that Cr.mel Abdel Nasser was nations forced by circumstances
the great pal of the U.S.A. .to arm, and they innocently say
Certainly Itntil civ mnn4V tA thom. 'All w... ha... 4. J- 4
this was the contention of Hank sign this pact and American wea wea-Byroade,
Byroade, wea-Byroade, the svelte, usually able pons will pour into your country
U.S. ambassador to Egypt, ami of without costing you a single
toy Henderson, the deputy under- cent.'
secretary detailed to argue with1- "
Wasser in Cairo, and of ilcbert' On Dec. 13 1935 Cairo radi
Hoover Jr., his superiorand of proclaimed: ''In Turkev there ia
John Foster Dulles, the superior backwardness which has been
of '1 thref .-.,?"-": jraade more so thsoush America!
They believed that Colonel Kas'aid Whese is the prosperity
ser was a 'trusted friend ot the enjoyed by Turkey after having
United States, pushed at tunes Dy reieived dozens of millions from
Egyptian e-rtremists toward Rus-its friend, the United States?'...
Sla to be Sure, but deV0Ut;V anx- Th ad anri lnin ir th nut.
ious to lift up the disease torn come of the policy pursued by
mace? tt r . . j i: .:.. r,. ., f r
i-ojiii midline up iua iurney. American loans are SUD
Country With the Went. DllllPS. Wet tn rnnriltinn icrvina tK In.
Henderson. Hoover. Bvrosdf et terwN of th
al, not only believed this but were on that basis are loans cr'anted."-
so firmly convinced that they r ,-. ... ,- ?
painstakingly and patiently tried i Ne Friend, He
to sell the idea to the British
They were even hurt, puzzled and Meanwhile Egvpt -was still' ae ae-lrritated
lrritated ae-lrritated when the British refused eeptrng- aid from the' United
100 per cent to believe. (States. military and otherwise.
., and wanting more. In fact, it was
Enalandt Split Policy Jbecause the United States finally'
r ,v- v declined aid to build the Aswan-
To some extent the British did n.. nr. T-t
believe; but their belief resulted them choke on their own furty!".
not so much from American nnr- V,i th. do. r.n.i nrn.
suasion but from the solit policy, while American dipfomatg were
of the British Foreign Office which still arguing that" Colonel Nasser
always plays part of the Empire's was the lriend of the United
DOKer rhins On tha Arahe narl. !..- . i y
on the non-Arab? in the Middle As far back as Jan.-10i -1935.
' '.. Al-Tahrir offlrlal npwsnnnpr nf
Ihe British knew, at least In a the milllarr nni that nut Nasapp
generat sort of way. that while i Mm'., irmtui th it c a f
Colonel Nasser was sweet-talking having helped assassinate 'the
.-ui, ... scum wcie uuucrmiu- president of Panama, Jose Anton Anton-mg
mg Anton-mg the Empire all over Africa j0 ,Remon, and also in plotting
and Asia, lliey were stirring up against Nasser's life.,.'
trouble in British Somaliland, in-, That was how little Colonel Nas Nas-citing
citing Nas-citing revolt in Tanganyika, con- ger nd his sroup loved the U.S.A.
For-the information of the Southener, who recently had
a letter in th mailbox; so he won't get confused In his future
ftrtlcles, below is quoted an excerpt from Article n of General
Treaty qf 1938, which is understood to be still Included In the
present agreement: "A- : .f-' -j
Article II of the Convention of November-18, 1903, by
.. which it (Panama) granted In perpetuity to the United
States the use, occupation and CONTROL of the Zone of
I land and land under- water as described in said article."
( We might also get comment from other constituents of the
Democratic Party, who so, often fill the Mailbox with "paja" In
their -rlcar-nx-muri dohitlons for all problems. .'
' Also aucKest a little- more on-the-ball on the Job, Instead 'fit payments. Eight years later, on
of being a sun-tfpwp, expert on International affairs. (July ,1,. the fund had an unexpend unexpend-.
. unexpend-. TVj,r Dr. Charles" Schiossberg. "' ea ''bilance ; of $130,172,370.38,
' "' 1 1 .' ThiS fund made over a million
dollars in profits last year from
J v A Interest-on government securities
ana savings accounts and on
And from now' on tha fund
should receive about $160,000,000
a year f igure mat on a ten-year
basis. With interest, that pushes
close to $2,000,000,000.
in inis, miners' i fund. "All re-
ceipts are handled directly and
exclusively by a separate unit in
the comptroller's office, super supervised
vised supervised by, an assistant to the comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, Internal control proce procedures,
dures, procedures, rigidly maintained, Insure
propt deposit, recording and
audit of all receipts."
jonn Lewis feels that the finan financial
cial financial statement disclosing every de detail
tail detail Of this Ciant niwarinnthi.
world'a largest, non-governmental
tuna is really a ."public docu document."
ment." document." Copies are automatically
distrlbued ."to .all interested
parties, operators the United
Mine Workers, eovernment offi-
cials and to an extensive general
A - Jj I mailing list." Thus there is no se-
' cret aoout where every penny
goes, bui notice tne ditference in
hundreds of other union funds.
in new Yorx state, for example,
a new welfare fund law went on
the books Sept. 1. It sets un a W1.
fare Fund Bureau in the State In
surance Dept. The new statute
reauirea that all th anno. in.i,
V I in the state register their welfare
and pension funds, i v : s
Leaders of some of thM uninn'c
have been filling out registration
forms. Ta date, only 1,500 of these
locals hav replied. The state is
looking into those that haven't. It
may be that the other half do not
run. welfare funds. Thus they
aaven i served tneir members
well. It may be that they just are
not reporting-. Thus they do not
serve their members or the nidn-
There is no Insinuation here that
there has : been malfeasance or
personal profit making In the vast
majority or wese unions. But why
did it take a law to get them to
make public their handling of
oinBr peopic s moneys. ...
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in i lianaiii i n IIMaaaaaaaaaaIM n mvmwxA, M.
TALL TAIL Even on the ground, some planes are high. The
-tail of 'the" Boeing B-52 Stratofortress stands four stories tall.1
Men insoectine It don safety .belts and ascend a huna aero atanrt T
' which is wheeled into position and raised to the desired points'
' t : a ,i . .
oj nyaraunc anion. ; .. v ; '
i". .??s:jH h '.:.s :
NASHVILUS (UP) Assets of
me ooumern Baptist Convention
and its agencies now total $131
Z41.Z4Z. Treasurer Porter Routh
saia- mai s an increase of more
than $20 million in the past year.
FRAU NEANDERTHAL Almost 100 years to the day the
Neanderthal man was found near Duesseldorf, Germany, a
Neanderthal Woman's fkull was located. Prof. Eduard Jacobs
hagen, who investigated the find at Marburg, Germany, is
convinced that the skull, above, is 120,000 years old .and that
it belonged to a Neanderthal woman who died at the age of 40.
The skull, well preserved and clearly showing the character characteristics
istics characteristics of the type of human widespread in paleolithic Europe,
was washed from ihe earth during a recent flood disaster near
the Hessian-village of Rhucnda.
It Is wonderful.' I think, that the and the Marrl hnvO ami mano That tiraw vmt nk miV Vam tka, 'trivin? to get Glubb Pasha kicked II tin An I ha tSft
ea,ul wic otio niui-Kie ui me nicago iaas, ana nas gotien too Dig lor fits britches , s '"u m uib mmu
lot of money by knocking ou their a flock of lower case hoods you is dreaduUy simple. You mereiyi1 gionJ.try,n?..10 wo King Saud The!e were published warnings
own employes, as in the, case of never met sociaiiy..,. ... .. .hire an expendable ; gunnua Jf Sudr Arabia- away frow the Which anyone could hear or read.
?l1?r.ee mice ,ower-case "ts)iAnd it is difficult to scream at through a central agency in a neu- wst and !fabotaging the defense lt didn-t take professional dip dip-wto
wto dip-wto got scragged for possible im- the cops for,not bdngbig the ex-,tral city... t vriv!!" pro-British Iro, lomat with 20 years of trainin? to
Plication i In tne blinding of Labor, tcrminatora to, jusUce. The rops A stranger, looking more or less Au thl tie th ?Hd?01"? nd know Nasser was not the smiling
Writer Vic Riesel. Apprehensive, are too busy to interfere with like your Undo Wiiour, comes to CI,'nS G'rael. M)li, Nasser friend ot the West tnBt he pro.
-"'vi.7wu "icam m ycaia, uieir unumciai assistants, wno are tne vicum-s town. Tha stranger is T" ;"v",s ". iwiiuus fessed to be.
w wu ucuaviui. rcauy uie uiuepriiueiu Business- mei oy anouier stranger, who then .," v,i,
Apart from a purely academic men who knock off minor mil- fingers the victim. The first about PultinR across the Eric
Interest, with a view, to collecting sances. .. .; vifstranger cooks the victim, catches Jonnalon agreement for irrigating
the big boy at the top, I have a tram and goes back to his own tne Biver Jordan,, and. about his
always thought the cops should let ne tak nie view of a town where the other half of his 8eneral friendship with the West,
the rats settle the mice. And I crook, he is heading for the ce-fee waits him possibly at Gen- But wm,e he was sweet-talking
am sure tht.cops feci the. same, ment sacksuit the minute he goes era! Delivery. Like that. ,he was also accusing or letting
as witness a lantastic roster of into the business. His first gang-! Ajid if complications arise they his. own government-' spokesmen
unsolved soraggings. "' jfight.as a kid ensures i,,crely erase one or more m'essen- ccus Ihe United Suites of send-
Apart from the odd relative, no-' h"n a safe seat on the electro- ger boys, using the same tech-in(l diseased chickens into Egypt
body bleeds, emotionally .whn. therapy -chair in Smg Sin?, tmW nique . .umler the rint 4 v"" in o'er
something nauseating like A e s"" k-d f-i'l sv? hmi it i's ro'i j vid ; !y '. ;. c-
Telvi collects one in the head, or ll ot in. i n rcsiri.: .f ,i but-vmi have ta'--M v,wf 1 -e. v ,- i;
some rabid bum is found stulfed -quarters by admuiiteiing an ite- u u rca'i v Is I 11 k- n,,!
There is no rued I t a rro'-s-rl,r 1
into a parked, car in one of the pick in the car.
ess iasmonaoie pcignoornooas. hi 'sional criminal, a paid mar
a neai, ana just, ana inexpensive.' y Jive it up wen, as aia an encincer of violence to await
and .should be called cxtermina-' Bugsy Siege, for- many a
.1 1 ,,
i ( i t
!.. tO I
year verdict. of the jury when one of,inf n'a:ss tf.f "'rl .
Ail Ollffi, JU OH AdUUl id, lit .r
tion, as in the case of varmints( W1.th the fancy dolls, the fancy, his associates who will eventual eventual-and
and eventual-and bugs. ; : v urts,t.th' fancy resorts, and ie iy arrive at the same end can
flobnd, ex cops and. the state, and
today, the narrow streets
alleyways are still lined with clm-j
the ivAee and the iurv and the e.,0ren and. Beggars, sleeping a i.ie
who am in oerge nuoinsiein, more nis uue love's divan, when she is bl i the trachoma pus that courses
than a year since he deserted fiisafely out of the country and a tvithin. 2. 'down their cheeks and is snread
, in. tk. u i I, 1 .m iiimiui clcuuwuj, utn ui . ...... ., ..-
Nobody except the people who haonv.
t, 11 11 a t.-7 A ..." U1G IlilCC flllU I1JI V lllf FILfi i
perpevraiea.a puoiic service Know, But some day he sits down on eeutmner a int f m. ann w J gutters, the fues swarming over.
nance lor the Great Adventure, keen1 marksman takes a Gl-sur- poor Arnold fchtntw tew lew '' child to child' by tl)e flies'
et'lfi"10 THa'vr:& S'UtS TC,frbiEc ,and ,sh00ti hi ey.e kP'e ev TO M'" blindness in Egypt is greater
except close km and creditors,' Out. Then he is only a dead hood, a Boy Scout. Most of them had than Perhaps anyplace In the
linn- i ., 7 ; 1 .W1U1 in tne o ooa-Dooxs, and It. 'Was
homebody fixed WUlie Moretti,1 shirt and many legitimate friends.' just a matter of time. V
me Marilyn Monroe .movie set Katie Grant Yontli mnt hit 'tw.. 4.. i
(in Britain) is closed to pests, have its Bing! ... Dorthy Done- Eastman's dehT; wi J-l Vh.VOn Oct, 2, 1955 Al-Ahram, the
U.$. Diplomats Can't Ste
Nevertheless, American diplo
mats refused to believe. I:
On Oct. 14, 1855. almost a year, j
ago,-the Cairo radio proclaimed:) j
"Justice and logic require that wei i
now defend Russia and attack
America, which has shown false-j
hood, deceit and ill-will."
REAL HAMMYA contestant
at an old-fashioned greased pig
Answer to Previous Puzzle
borea and folks not connected with gan's Baby-Grandtertainment (at copyright . !- Headline- "south.! C,iro dai,v Proclaimed: "Amer-:
toe film ... hxcent the ('nlumn'a tha Kmhorcl is miH : . rYr I ira with all it miltinns anrt hil-i
Tntaiiiopn... iw. ii.t.S,: p!" .L T.,. .r-v2lmMmAmtTKf.von-m .h.:,..i contest in Rome. Wis., has his
Dear One ..la muffing lines like lin of 'Memory s Lane' read your of Columbia and l m A?a"' EfcWt with diseased point 4 chicks hands fuU carrying a 120-pound
crayzee-neccssitating as many as item about pretty 'Scodi' HuU and bama'" (Thev' 'suVa ; Nor can America win the P'g. To conform with the rules,
twenty ''takes" ... . Also, that she she will do some commercial for gtwd'pubUc relations RrnaH hert of EWPl with cneese. con he had to catch the greased
U driving Sir Laurence Olivier his tcevce show. You and your, way Greetinu t ThL Vrin. 3 densed milk, etc., which we know porker first, then carry it back
nctz The Titled One asked old Help Wanted col'm!" .;. Our His Grace- Welcom Mv Fai? h is interested in getting rid of. I unassisted to the starting point
Marilyn to do something the other Presidential Poll postcards are i Lady and Most Haonv Feliaf I America cannot win the heart of and touch his squealing burden
day. She allegedly turned her re-coming in scads of mailbags. Thu-cowl weamer haa WenE
nowned derriere or, him ..P. Sin- Have you sent us yours? Who many a hoddible code How ahout iored Pstrs in which he attacks
atra's Dashv wire to beauteous will h th novi pmw Jri now aooui- , , ,, ; , -, ,- ; r m-
Peggy Connelly (The Blue Angel) Adlai or Ikef Z' Ikor Adlai Cni
was signed with a cide pame. But . Must sign it-plus your ad- borecott him" vX Borge
VUm,JUl C1?de we. dress-so we can check if you are sails back tomorrow. Terrific click
get Very lep. (Tee-hee-hcelVv voting more than once Please In Denmark France Germany
hi'i TaT ,thalLDewey w,u ,in: t "o" yo" switching your, and England ; 'Jack HerbertTan
NBr tMfcfe tl ik.Ver? n Vin 52' Vlry- Intportant... other column-wit.'whrwm wind
NBC- thftme is false i "King Send me your choice on a post-up writing for big tv coin as so
f-nd,I. eroded 0,5 miUion bux card please: Winchell, Box 711 many contributors T hm) reoorts"
t 10h V ? NYC Repub ,nd Demo bi- other night I took such a big
new filmjhas i n picked up by eies w U watch the counting J salary i La J?.Z .?"3
the Los Aftseics S..,ntf until a tax The straw-vote winner will be tract with iodinel" f
matter is slnfghtened . Agnes made pubUc 1st week ih Oct: "H'v -':
Hickey (actrfcss Mae Wynn) is ? ,( v? ;. ',' -'''
rumored a bride. He is Jack Kel- -'7. V' '
; -,- -, -z v vi,c hhiiv.uk; i njnu vuuiii. quote we USeO (from thi nam
Confucius; Ingrate Is A Guy You Her 8th consecutive season there.' was a miaS Th.i J J,
Malta A TnlPh Withn.it Matins a w" m,s-H.... . That he dll
Hi a "V .C..".1"'? f y WW "for or against seg-
" f i wg wept: i y critic jonn regauon" . ... That he said: "I
Tr;r..k''tem.' cro.fU',,1 '''r Mm P? not using the National Guard
Ju"U, !cab 'drlve,ri- L st"r ... Maggie Truman Daniel and for or against segregation I am
" 2"-," --. i cows at me vany Hotel, uniy order" -. r, .- Gov McKeldin of
! : J ?,m n!,i5l. I ""V?'M y? .1 -. Measmore Maryl.ni preMf Thank, for your'
oisMU Of'thrh Abbein,24Fowi.
cinct) was rewarded with a Com- -Beach dept. store employe named g00d to ttat bunch Have 7n
menrlalinn tiovt nmrnintf hw Fire m,. en;.,.. V-ij.. ol muuui nave yet.
.......... QuinYoii , oauuy ocun seen Zingy Jov Hodffea at the
Umm. Cavanagh . (Sean (cx-Mlss NYC) and Danny 'welks, ; Pa lace this week? A real Joy .
O'Casey'a great classic, "Juno the agent, were, soooocozy at the Jimmie Komack fa rehearsmg
and the Paycock, will become a plirple Tree Room in the Vander- with the new show "6th Fineer
Broadway musical. Joe Stem and bilt . : "Miss Vermont" (Sandy lirS-rinaerH r.lov VW7S
WiU Glickman, who did "Mr. Won- 6impSon of Barre, Vt ) d the kfow tnf LVncre Theater staee
derful" and "Plain ard Fancy," policc-clls bit with us after" the doorman -iw hAV
wiUcolfab .v. Toni and Old Gold Acting Ted Mack-Mrow show .T. "eS Set Of? AnotleNul
isponsors oi : ,iv ww puowj or- at the l.araen Sabbath night clear Bomh." J.iS .nmw :nuirt
' 1 Sacred river
, 1 World'a
13 Ester ot
18 Plays host to
It Symbol for
29 Youths ;;
30 Let it stand
37 Users of
Peace Mission . . The Elue An
gel show is oof'ly good . T. C.
uuiuicry, uiAaiTipje; raae
dered 124 NBC-TV stations . iin- initial visit in nil- t,
From our newscast t(via Mutual) she pronounces Barre "Berry".'.1
Sunday night: "How would John- Lovely Girl . She didn't win.: Jones
u, um ,nu we umers aci useu yU DUi sne wouno up with a grest Barnes (a real pro): The jimmy
bllndlna Daily Mirror confrere Vie honor .... Great-because her title Lyons Trio, (moodsctters) and
Riesel like it if some columnist rwiss Coneenuhtv" didn't -nm Jn rar.F k.j k
walked into the courtroom while from the beauty iudges-but from time with the Squares when we
they were helprcss (in handcuffs) all the other contestants! caught his drivel T -which we
U I FLUNG ACID IN THEIR , comforted audibly: 'l-like it The
faces ? -- Last line, same : others here do not matter! They
broadcast: "This is WW remind-. -. Noted show-bu .barrister Lee have n0 syndicatinn!" . Our
tag the self styled saints knock I Eastman just purchased "My San apologies to His Eminence Fran Fran-ing
ing Fran-ing Ingrid Bergman: There is no John" for his son Johnny , Sam as Ordinal) Spellman. We broad broad-Greater
Greater broad-Greater Sin than refusing to for- my Fa n and Carolyn Leigh auth'd c t that he was "in"' the hotal
give a sinner." ; I. . Hie David Whitfield (Lon n (tMiiowing minor aurc) and "om't
1 recoi'lii") of the son a u in r bmner him h k;U .tti
neauung: "az xear urn trosny jsc icn in t ruain, Due for r
Acponca io wca u xcar
v.a r.- i c
... Our source was a f ;;!it
stile . liie papers dense J i,
1 Mild oath
2 Singing, voice
I Short jackets
it Exist ...'
II Masculine -appellation.
19 Two (Roman) Bird's homt
20 French river SI Abaft
21 Features 1 '21 Dinner course 40 Laundry
24 Witches 23 Succession machines
33 Street (ab.)
34 Polynesian Polynesian-chestnut
38 Rupees (ab.)
38 Roman date
40 Scottish river
41 Italian city
42 Sea nymphs
43 New Guinea
4 Symbol for
S3 Most mature
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26 River in tophelw
47 Essentia! beinf 1
50 Arabian gulf
51 For fear that
52 Devotees ,; v
54 Consumed j,
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Sunday School .........
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voiuiuf Worship .. ..-Prayer
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HI Ancoo Boulavard
Drawer "B" Balboa Heighte :
Phone Balboa '1727
WUllaa H. Beebr, Parte
Sunday School aja
Morning Wonnlp .. U:tt a.aa
. Baptut Training Unloa i JO OJ
vangllue Bonne liW sua
Prajar Haottot Wadnea-.. 'l
' day ..,........ l
W .M.S, Bible Study thure thure-day
day thure-day ...j
tien'a Brotherhood (tail
Monday in month)
FIRST BAPTIST CHl'BCH
Margarita Avenue at Sth Street
Mai parila. Canal Zone
Bev. (red 8. Both. Pate
Sunday School .............. : am
Morning Wohip 11:00 ajn.
Baptut Tr Onion f :M pjn-
Svnin Woi u 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood. 1 V Bm
Piavi-r Sf'v ".vi .7;t)4pni.
WM.U-, I : -e
11 l 1 '
3:lu i i "'t.
7 ."' i
I, A Ki.i. i .! ,-
I ICItlMMIlt 1 .Mtil
Buiunn hn. i i 'me; 2-283F
11 AM ijofirtrs ivieeliug.
2:00 undv Si hool.
7 JO Saivauom hieetln(.
PARAiSO. ex. y
. Envoy Mrs. C L Moteley :
Cuiar-a.Saeet. .. 4 i
t:00 Rvnday School.
11:00 Holmes Meeting. . ,.
1:00 Sunday School. v :
7 JO cisivaUon Meeuns v .. ; .,
COLON THIRD STREET
BCaptaln Sysl in Taylor
11:00 lioiinea Meeting. 4 '
1:00 Sunday School. v
7 JO SaiveUoo Meeting.
RAINBOW CITT. C
Envoy J. Gill
St Kills and Jamaica Street.
11:00 Ho mes Meeting.
1:00 Pi nday School. :
7 JO Salvation Meeting.
COLON CENTRAL -Senior
(.'apt and Mrs C Mooaawaiyl
14th Siieei. Phone: 21-743.
wlMrt all ProtaiUata aaopam arltb
aalty ta eesenrlal. Uberty t
aaseatbil and charity fat all
TUB AlXJsNTlC' SrjJBs.'i'..'
' f.r."'. tly. fafa it'
Phone S-J55 ...,.
1:45 Church School T "):;;.
11:00 Worship Service : 1
S:45 pm Sr. Youth Fellowship
' :00 pm Jr. Youth Fellowship,
: MARGARITA -'".i." '- -,
The Be, faul a W, Olaodet. Part.
:i noie school. .
Mj Worship aervtc and Church-tlnu
.JO Youth PaUowahlti
; BB PACIFIC SIDB
BALBOA '-i i-:':
Km I haTsta R A o b ui. am
-14-Church Office IJJSA
JO Church School Pre bul k-
1SJV Worship Service The Expanded
t w nursery. r.inaeraaruBA
i ii mi. wvia.
vhurch-tim Bureery for children
S40 Junior-HIgh Fellowship
t:00 Senhir-higb Fellowship. ;
Rev. WalVav la i 1 J i
S'f'e Telepones -70; Residence
Sunday Services: ' i i
1:30 a.m. Church School Assembly.
1:40 am Class Sessions.
10:1S a.m. Service of Worship for chU-
dren. young people end adult.
. Calendar of Meetlnas:
2d Tuesday Vesper Circle at 7 30 p.m
2d Wednesday Mary Bartlett Circle at
3d Tuesday Church Council at 7:30
3d Wednesday Women' AuxUlary at
a -M am
4ih Monday Officers and Teacher at P
IHA MtTMODISl CHURCB CHURCB-m
m CHURCB-m BrlH.h Conference i t
Bee. William H. Armrang
1' h St, Panama Cite
1:00 am Mornin pravet end
TO pm Minfl.i School
7:IS am tvaiina PVava .no Aarroon
1RIMI (m-ilWI CHIJHI U
7vh Sued end sneiendet Avenue,
Ckarchea at tke lairhi
cetiaa at Paaaata aaa Calaa, KapakKc at Paaaaaa. aitaael walcaaia
a all raaaa ra eeaa aael wewea at taa anaMet tanriaaa, aad a artOiaa
aaefttkan, friaaea) aed arreagan.
- A pakler Mrrica. raa Taa Paaaeaa Aatarkaa hat ialav. k
alaaaaaiaariaae, aaticaa at kaan at anaip aaa ataat rofulat atfrtetatt.
AJaJtaja era taratael rreia Haea ra hate. Oaaaaaiaatiaaa baviaf
mmtf aaa a rea cafreettM are litraal aadat "Orkai Charcbaa Aaa
SVnrkee." A tpacial tiatmej el iactadaal rat eamcea at Aratf pear.
AJt Ptca baaaa aad Nevai eMtiea.
Miabtan. ckait aactatariat aad dtaplata ara aakeel H Mara
Mia aawt Wk ia wriHaf bf Waaatelay aaea at tk lareet at aay
cheat far Mm caaaiai Satattfay't caarcb papa.
' Color. -'
tDn. Saimte. ftaldea. Minitter
I4u a oL-Mornlna Sanrlca aaa Berj
t p ro, Sunday School
ia pa t-eeunf Serrlee. -r
(Holy Communion lit Sunday)
aionday. T JO p-m. Prajrat MeettBaV
CBklNeXKII MrrHOOUtl CBUaXB
Rainbow City. CI
Ba. Samuel Waldea. Miniat
Sunday acrvice a a-aa. ana a PJ
iunday School fur all age at (J pja
"Tatar tarttatleet T fter-Mr."
Toeada- 1 o Praeat Veetint
:(.- ., ..
Christian Sasntist ;
CHKIST1AN atClANVA CUUKUIKb
ilret Cburch at Chrtn. Sdeatui, Anon
0 Ancoo Boulevard,
gunday 11:00; Wedneaday tm pm
9unda School : ajBY
1M Chorea Crii, acicaran, Vrtttaaai
liib Street Bouval Wltfiwaj
ejiiiwi ftrnne B9M aja
Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday l:M pm
T. MAKI'S CHUKCB-Balbea
Sunday Miaai M. tM, ItM and
12:00 a.ra. --i
Holy Day Maatea: aaa,. aaa, u a.
and & OO n.x
Confeesiout'Sanirday. I la Sttv
and 1:00 to IM pm Thuraday, before
trm (Tiday: I v to a:w pm
Miraeulou Medal novenai I.TW w
on Mondavi. V
Utecniara ciaaai ana ma aw auaa
High School Study Club I J4 pm an
Backed hiaet Ancea
Sunday Maaua: i JH. 7 JO A 1:30 am
Holy Day maaaee: iJU am and M
Confaaslora: Saturday S 3 to IM and
7:1s to m pm Thuraday before Pint
Friday 1:00 pm'
Sacred Heart Devotional fl pm ee
Catechlam Cltaa: 1:11 ta 4:tt pm an
Thuraday. v ,.
OUR LADT OP PATmA-Caraad
Sunday Miss at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Ma at 1:30 pm
Confaeaian; IM ta f:ii pm eo Sat
utacnum uau aaturoay aao ta IB
ST. JOSKPH Paralsa
Sunday Masse at 70 and SJJ am
Holy Day Mai at 1:00 p.m.
Weekday Masae: ..:00 am
Confanion: Saturday I J4 to Jl and
1:30 to 7:3a
Catechisa Clam Sunday 14 ta .w
Miraeulou Medal novenai im u
on Friday, t -ri, I
Convert instructlonit Thursday l wo
3 W) to I ifl "rt
.irtj b ..e lu
c-.' Nmi and SIB'
f rio: P'iuay 7:W) pm.
.is.ii t -i: Aaier 1.20 nana on
Convert Cll :30 PI
' Sunday Mam: 1:30 am
Holy Day Mass: :00 am (It tt fen
on Saturday 1:30 a.m.) .
Catechism Claat: S JO ta $M pm an
Confessions: 1:00 ta I JO am Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SAILS
Sunday Masses: S-JO and JO a.m.
Week Days Mass: JO Mon, Thurs
Frl. and Sat First Friday mass: 1:00 a m
Holy Day Masseai :00 am ta :00
' Confecslons: 1:30 to 430 and 1J0 ta
1:00 n.m. on Saturday
Miraeulou Medal N ovens I Fridsy 10
Catechism Clam: 1:20 p.m an Sunday
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO pm .
ST. THERFSPS La Baaa -'
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Maw: 5:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday (:30 to 730 PJB
Thursday before First Friday :30 p.m.
Catechism Class: l: am. on aunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 10 pm en
Convert-Clam: JO pm.- a Thuraday
ATLANTIC SIDB tf"Ki
' ST JOSEPH'S-CeloB ;;'.'-'
Sunday Masse : 5:45. 1:00 nd 1:15 a.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 and 1:00 am
and 5:45 o.m. "'
Confession: Saturday 4 .-00 to 1:00 and
7.-00 to :00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
:is and 7:00 pm i-. :
stacrea Heart Novena: maay 1:11 pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 nm
Convert Class: 7 US pm an Mondays
ana inuTsaays. i-
cstecntsm Class: sunaay io:u am to
ll: a m. 1:1)0 pm to :oo p.m.
Pint Friday Exposition of Moat Bless
ed Sacrament all day. Reposition at 1 30
am Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion ta our Ldv
at Fatima Th Holy Rosary 1. DO a.m.
rirtt communion Instruction for chil
dren Monday and Thuraday (AO to
Sunday Masses: 7m 10 and 10:30 am
Holy Day Masae: IM. :00 am and
confessions! Saturday 4 no ta I DO and
7m to CuO in, Altar Boiary aaca ava-
Miraeulou Medal Novena: l:l and
:00 p.m. on Monday.
CatechJam Cmmi After I Haas aw
First Friday Exposition sfl day during
uie ocnooi zear.
First Saturday:. Mas at 1:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY? CHURCH fas MarrsrlU
Sunday Masses: 730,1:30 11 :S0 am.
First Saturday Mass; ..... 1:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 1:15 p.m.
vomession ... i p m. to 4: p.m.
Saturday ... 7:00 p.m. to -1:00 pm
jairecuKms meoai novena 1 :ou p.m
every Monday. V
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction ............. 7:00 pm
every Wednesday. v
Discussion Inquiry "Croup'. 7:30 p.m.
1st. Fridsy Devotion 7 :00 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7.g p.m.
'ST VlNCr-VTS Rslabaw City
Sunday Masss :0 am and gJO
Holy Day Masses: :00 am and g:0T
Confessions: 4:00 ta SJ0 and 7:00 to
:tn p.m. aaturaay.
Catechism Claasi 10:45 a m. on Snnitav
Convert Class every Monday at 7:00
Miraeulou Medal novena: f x am
on Tuesday. : . ..
Sacred, Heart Roven: 70 pm
Friday ., .
IMMACUI.ATb" CONCFPTION CaWa
Sunday Mais: I IS a m ,
Holy Day Mass: 5:00 p m
Confessions J0 to 7:00 era a t.i.
uniay. .. ..
Catechism Class) 4.00 p.m on Monday
hi Hie Caoel Ze, ead rke raraaiaal
OCB LAD I OP GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Mat: 7:00 and Sja ant.
Holy Day Manea: trM tja. and
Confe-ion Saturday at 11 pm. and
ii rmuni oevoiion.
Baptism by appointment.
Miraeulou MadaJ No van: TM eja
on Tuesday. t
Samd Haart Mmw.
Sunday School: I SO m. on Bund,,.
Religiou Instruction CI aaa tee Chil.
oren: 4:00 ul m TknK..
Kellgioua irurrucUon for adult (Coa.
aiwuaati.iaa paa.ea aloe
kpnTart tortructiona by appointment
Th Bt Be. B. Hebe deedaa. LT D
the Very Bev. Malnert t. Petenea.
-...'... S.TJI, IHaa
. THB CATHtDRAL OF ST. C.UKB
, SUNDAYS v
1 :10 am BON Cmmiinln -
JO am Santa Communion (4th Sua-
. vay. x
130 a.m Church School.
0:41 a.m Eacuela DAminiMi I
UM IU a'Ornine Praver anil ...
r-oiy ,immiinioa. (Pint Sua.
70 pm Ivenlng Prayer and
JO am. Holy Communioa.
7:00 p m Evening Prayer.
mMt HOLY DAYS
M am hoiy Communion.
M am Holy Communioa. V-
1:11 am Mornlna
U:00 Mi..da Misaionary Prayara.
CHtBCH OP OUB SAVIOUR
Third Street Mew CrUtooal
. The Bev. Jem K. Beam.:
, Prlert la Charge .
Holy Communioa .....
t:00 a m
and Sermon ..;...,'...,, 4
trirat aunuay. Holy Communion) '
Choir Beheiraal y.sa
A taowa ox ftgym for a pJ,pTP
- s COCOU ::,: v 'i
vr' ea st Aairaey W'.
The Bev. William W. Baldwin. V
Prleat ta rk....
SUNDAYb . MS
Family Pravar and' rhu.i. auji
:S0 am . .... TTT'
Moriung Prajrer and Sarmoo u am
IH.C. first Sunday in MoalhJ.
Ivenlng Prayer. 7:30 pm '"-"
WaeAday Prayet. tM am
. COBOZAL ''
' Chapel at The Oeod Skepherd
, The Bev. Clarenre W. Haa.
Prleat la I h.r..
1 FRIDAYS 1 : -.
8 (to a.m. M'rning Prayer.
ev. Juun .it.r. Ptiakt in rK.iM
Choral Eucharist and Ser. '
mon 7:00 a.ra
Church School 1:00 p.m
Fpiscopal Young Churchmen 1:00 pm.
Evensong and Sermon ..... 7:00 am
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS, , s s-and
and s-and FRIDAYS -,',!;
Morning Prayr and Holy
Communion 1:00 am
Evening Prayer I:o p.ra
Woman' Auxiliary, 2nd and '-TT
4th Thursdays ........ ...J 7 30 p.m.
Holy Communion ,.,,.... 7:00 a jn.
Morning Prayet .......... 1:00 a.m.
Evemna Pravar ... 7 no nm
SATURDAYS ,. v
Family Eucharist 1:30 a.m.
Office of Complin ........ 1:00 pm
';;" "."' '"la BOCA
St Petar'a Thureh :
Morning Prayer and Church' V
School .....v. :M am
Confirmation Class 130 am
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon 10:30 m
Holy Baptism 12 :00 noon
avensong and Address .... Ida nra.
Woman a Auxiliary T 30 am
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion ......... t$t am
: MARGARITA '"'
, Ckarch ef St Morgaref i v
j. The Rev. Jesse K. Renew.
- Priest in Charge
SUNDAYS i -,, . ... .,..'
g:30 a.m. Holy Communion i
t:00 am. Church School
II M a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
Last Sunday each Month, Holy Com Communion.
munion. Communion. ...... . , .,
:00 p.m. Evening Prayer and Youth
plo arco -v :'i
Chapel ef The Rely Cemferte
Pen. L. B. Shirley. Prleat la Charg
1:30 am Holy Communion. ; f
.,; ;; rABAiso;"',-''r';,':,,''
St Alhan' Chareh i""'
i t Rev. David A. Otberae. -.
, PHest m Chate,f '. '-
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt A arista af
SUNDAO- ,. .. ...
l oo a.m Choral Eucharist It Saraodn
50 am Infant Baptism.
I M nm Church School i
(held t Building 131) : v
I AO pm Youth Fellowahfp
T'Mtm. Evevwrm and Addi am
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 JO am Woman's Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting. , ...
:'' PANAMA rtTT V3
' St Pol's Chnrrh
Ph e Lemael B. ShMey,-Rector--The
Rfw Fit R .Atwell RaiMa
:00 am. Flory Communion
00 am Sung Eucharist 4 Sermon
10:45 a m Mornlna Prayer and Church
12:00 oner Holy Rsnttsm
Ti) ,.m Solemn Vaanere t ",
TUESDAVR ... .. v!..-'.
1 TO a m Holy Cnnrmnnlna
O'OO am Holy Communioa
I'OO b.m. Evenlne Pram
THTIRSi'AYS AND FRIDAYS
, :to t m Hon communioa
00 am. Holy Communioa. ;
CHRIST CrTURCH BY-THE-SEA
' Colon. B. P.
tOpposlle Hotel Wshln(ton
The Rev. Jasse Peler Fersser. ReHar
The Re. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
:0 a.m. Hntv Communion. '
:40 a.m. Mornlnr Praver.
0 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sennen.
10:30 .nv Church School.
730 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser-
. .' ninii.
a.m. Koly Communion.
7:30 pm. Evening Prayer and Sermoa.
i:w pm AOivi connrmstlon Clam
5:00 am. Evening Prayer-and MedlU-
:00 a.m. ChP-"''' Enrharlst
10:00 a. m., Junior Confirmstinn Class
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
BAIN bow crrt
ChsnJi el $l Mary, the Vtrtia
C The Bev. Jeha A. SaeMukg,
PrJet k Caar..
Sung Aucharitt IaJa
Chur- School ........... I k a m
tfw,' and Sermon .... IJ a,a
Holy Communlnn. tag aja
- St Ceerte' Cbarreh
T Be. Jeha A. SpaMmr.
Priest hi Ckarie
m miu am DunuAia
noiv i ornmunion I JO ajn
Mocu,f g Prayer
ana aeiKon I JO am
-- nun UAII
88 a.m. Holy -Comimmlaa
Church febnn) each sua. It JO am
; miu abajo
St Christepher'a Chareh
, 10th Street. Parqu Lefevr
'.. Th Bev. Clarence W. Hayaa,
Prleat n Charge
j The Bar. CUreaca A. CragwelL
:M am Ttolr .Communln
7:30 am. Sun EurhaHat and braim
10 JO am Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 noon Holy Baptism.
(JO pm 1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi
:20 pm Junior Daughter at
7:S p.m. Youth Pdlowahln,
g:00 a.m. Holv Cammnnliin
7:00 pm Evening Prayer and Religious
:00 p.m. Girl' Frfendly Society.
1:0(1 p.m. 1st and lrL Sinelabin...
30 am Junior Confirmation Claw.
. Other Churches
, CHURCH OP THE NAIARENB
Ancon. C Z.
Minister: Rev. Ehaer O.'NcImb -Bos
OA, Ancoo. C2V Balboa 201
Sunday School 1:45 a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Youth Service ............ t li Djn
Evening Service .......... 7:30 pm
N.FJil.S. Service IKW p m
rrayer asecung, weo. .... IM pm
?: RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panaxoi BJ, 23rd Street last
Rev. S. K. Brewn. Muihrta
Divine Worship .1:30 a.m:
Sunday School 1:00 o.m
Sunday Maaaee ..J. IM 11:44
mu. Abaft.,, a'. Sunday acouai
00 pm jv- -m. ...
" JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetines Thuraday at 7:30 o.m."' and
ounaays n :uu pm. win Memorial
Mia CMlbua atoao. ataiooa..
' CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OP LA TT US-DAY SAINTS (Morasea)
Sunday roeetlno In the LDS Chanel
on Jtaiooe iieia.. ..t.i-i1.w.j:i;
Sunday School ............. 1:00 am
Priesthood Meeting 10:30 a.m
Sacrament Meeting :00 p.m
Primary: Thursday ....... 2:00 pm
neuei society: aj announcea.
Telephone Balboa 4227. T -;j
'.yr: Atlaatlc Bra ark :- i-'
Building zoo, Schoolhou
Gatun, Canal Zone.
Telephone, Gatun 34 or CMstAbal 2M1
Sunday School 10 iki a.m. Sunday Sac
etnnt Metjri gO p.m. Priechood
g p m. ay ruiu
1 ll. V. --: ft ., .It.,
i a -- ..v., 4. ;
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 13-7115 Of. 13-5101
Sunday School ........... 1 :M aJi
(A class for every age).
Morning Worship ......... 11:00 a.m
Youth Fellowship ......... 4:00 pm
E evening Worship ....... 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 70 pm.
A church nursey is provided for your
use.". : v. ,.,.. .... .
Vacation Bible School August 7-l it
l:15-a:00 p.m. Ages 1 yean and up are
mvitea ta attona. ,,. .
OLD CATHOUC CHURCH
Bt Raphael The Archaagal
Uih Bt Waal No, i
Holy Eucharist: Sunday a: 134
Tuesday. Wednesday end Thuraday
Sacrament at Onetloa (Haalma a.
rice) First Sunday of each eoontb as
i-m am : ..
Manst Hallbet. ChrWttaa Ckswak
Panama B P
Rt Ray I. wans. D. D Bishop
Morning devotlo (ae am
Fellowship Worshn at UM am
Sunday School at ........... 1-O0 pm.
LHvin Service a I M (
ii a,.'-' BAHA1 CtNTBB .
V ', BAHAI'S CENTER.
" '-' 14 First Street
UTfaanlzeI6n El Carmen. PanamA City
imormai isixs ana snscussione
Thursdays 1:00 pm
' Celoa, Sth A Front Street
f aeslaira Aaiericaa Baxaar)
Study CUas Thursdays, IJi pm.
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St, Paraiso, CZ.
Rev Waldaha H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
10 p.m Sunday School,., c
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday i 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: sno -Choir rtehearssl.
Friday! 1 JO Woman's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OP GOO
, 731 Eirhth Street Celea
Rev. G. W. Graadiaaa. Paatae
Sunday Schol mi
Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Night oervic i m pa
FIRST CHURCH OP GOD V
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad St.
- Rambaw City, Canal Bene
Ry. G. W. GraaAisaa. Paatae
Morning Worshin OA a an
Sunday School 10:30 am
Night Service ... 7 30 pm
T THE CHURCH OP GOD
,!.' New Providence -;..-. u ;
' Mrs. Maade Hlaaa. Paalar
Sunday School 100 am
Morning worship 110 am
Night Service ............... 7J0pm
1 1 THE CHURCH OP COD 'r1;-''
. Panaml Gay '..
Cor. "Tf and Mariana Areaeaieag St
Rev. Wm J. Jokasaa. Paitor
Sunday School 1:30 1.01
Morning Worship .........V. 10:30 am
Night Service .730 pm
THE CHURCH OP GOD Rl Abate
. Monte Oacare Rd Ulh It.
Rev. Wm J. Jahaaaa. paster
Sunday Schoo .ia am
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 am.
Night Service 73 pm.
; COMMUNITY CHt'RCR
Diablo Helthta, CX.
i - (Full Gospel I "
Special Engineers 8 Ldg. Diablo Heights
sunoay scnoni 1:45 am.
Worship Service 10:45 a.m
Youth Service ............ 7:00 pm
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Wed. Bible Study A Prayer 1 JO am
CHURCH OP COD (Pentecostal)
Rev. B. E.. IVafson. Overseer
Phone -4i, Bo 2s Gam bo
Church at Pars -o. C.Z (Rev. am
Mrs. Herman G Wnvte), Colon: R.P
(Rev Fernando lrence), Rio Abajo
(ReV and Mrs. f i,,M Hivnal -n.
Cativ (fiev and hn,. Clifford Greaves)
Sunday end weekday eerviees at all
Posts snd Dsses
Sunday School 00
Morning Worship 10M
Church-Tim Nursery School. ...10:00
Sunday School, (Building Na
Morning Worship 10:15
Wednesday Evening Prayer Meet.
hig and Bible Clas J0
Dslly Mass .v. S :11
Saturday Mass 100
Sunday School .. 1:01am.
- Sunday Morning Worship 10:30 a m
Sunday Masses ......... 11 at 11:45
t Monday Novena Devotions .... 730
; ConfeMions -Saturday .... 106 A 7 30
Sunday Family Hour 1:30 pm
At BROOK AIR FORCE BASE ;
hunday School .;,-'1Jn
Adult Bible Class (NCO Oubl. 1:30
morning Worship ,...., 1:30 A 10:45
uuui seuowsmp .......... j.L.i (30
U S. NAVAL STATION.- Rodman
sunaay school tJt.
Morning Worship ;.........,. jjjj
u7 vommunion rui Sunday
ef Month) ,, 4 r
15th ND HI ADO U A RTIRS CHAPEL
snonung wasshtp C...... 10
.communion lrst Sunday
oi Month) ( j.
' . CiueHt
.s v. (
Sundiy Maaaea ......... 1 30 i
Confessions. Saturday ...g.so A
Sunday .,.'....1 30 A
SundayMas.es ....... 7:45 A
ConfeMions. Saturday, ...730 A
Sunday Ma. .........
FORfJ KOBBE ':VJ.;. "j-ft.
Saturday Mia .....t...
Sunday Maaaea .....70 A
COROZAL y ..........
Dlly Maw ..........'':
Confasslon. Saturday (Building
ALBROOK AIR .FORCE BASB
uauy Maat ..
Sunday Masse ......... 7:45 A 120
US. NAVAL STATION. Rodman'
ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASB r c-
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follow vnurenei as
asbbaui School 1:30
Divine Service 11:00 a.m. ; :
Youth' Meeting 4'JO pm. '
Pacific Side Paaaa.4 S.
Ptor W. H. Wallar-Trt. vTi sSi""
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Balboa rhsnanl Mail 4T...IIA BJ a
boa tSaTuray iyT
Spaalsb Charckes Paaaail and
Cristibcl District '0
Paator Ruben Bull ., r
ranamA Call. Darlen No. . :
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Atlaatle Sid Celea and y)tn
Cristobal District if
Pastor Neblett-TeL S-H j'
colon 3rd St. A Cn.i.dl WW. CrlafA.
aai i.in as Douvar Ave., turirv
,C' office: Gv41WUjed Tel.
Jewish Welfare Hoard Rid t.
g9f. Sofd. Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Serviea IXriav f.a --.
5 JO PJB
(see awe ilstines et Jewish eervtcn
unCer Posts Ban and Station I.
Conireaation KaI Rhaaplth Sh
old Cuba and Mth Street Bella Vista.
Panama City Services g:00 pjn
RPPDRMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balbea Road at Wight Street
Rev. Robert P. Gomirk, Paste
' P.O. Box (6C, Balboa.
Sunday SchooL BibJ class l a na
'Divine Service 10:15 am.
"Divine Service at Marearlta (In At
Margaret' Episcopal Church) Sunday
Of Border Forces
ANKARA, Turks y, Sept. 15
UP) A iipokeimn for the
Turkish Ministry of Defense said
yesterday that Syrian press re-
portes of a buildup of Turk'eh
-.:i:. m. .u i i i
uiuiiai iuivc vu ina : msacr
were not true. The Syrian reports
said the, buildup wai part of wes western
tern western pretsure against Egypt and
its aliiei over the Sues Canal dis dispute.
f t y
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PICKET HOUSE OF COMMONS Pickets pararade outside the
as a three-day emergency session of Parliament convenes to
achieve settlement of the Suez Canal dispute.
Disagree On Storm
Due To Hit tiiaitii
MIAMI, Sept." 15 UP)--Oor-don
E. Dunn, one of the fore foremost
most foremost hurricane authorities, dis
agreed today with a piediction
ii,i K. l,r,ln. lnr a
938 would" son th wten or-
Prof. Charles Smiley, a Brown
U nlversity astronomer, started
,the controversy two years ago
when nc said September, 195(1,
would bring the most severe
storm of the last 18 years.
This week, Dr. Irvin KrlcK,
president of the Internationally
known watei Resources Devel Development
opment Development Corp., pln-polnted the
Krlck forecast to the time and
place. He said a hurricane of
serious proportions will develop
early next week about 1,000 to
1,200 miles east and a little
south of Miami. He said It defi definitely
nitely definitely would ,threaten Florida.
But Dunn does not believe
hurricanes can be predicted at
lona; range."1', t
''we are at, the height of the
hurricane season and it's a
good bet a storm will develop
next week," said Dunn, chief
forecaster of the Miami hur
ricane cfntr&l. ? J :
"The odds are that If one
does form It will be In the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Ocean but much further
out than 1,200 miles. :
"But I see no conditions fav favorable
orable favorable necessarily for the hur-i-lcanelf
It does !'developV-hlf-Unt?
Florida 'or the U.S.. rnaini
'and. H could easily riot' aifect
the U.S xioast. We've had five
storms so. far this year and not
a one has hit the U.S.. main mainland."
land." mainland." K J
Dies In London
LONDON, Sept 15 (UP).--Prof
Archibald Montgomery Low, the
man who Invented the first guided
missile jna uie contact eye lens,
died of a lung condition In his
Chiswick home yesterday, i ..
Low, 68, also developed a pro process
cess process for "photographing" tound
and experimented with a televi television
sion television system but dropped it. "T:
It was during World War I
that Lew lent aloft the f I r V
guided mistlle of tin and wood
with the wing of a biplane. The
pilotlau craft took off and ma maneuvered
neuvered maneuvered under radio control,
but the experiment wai dropped
whan H got out of control and
Low was at well known for his
popular scientific writing and his
cardld tongue as he was for more
than 200 Inventions.
He told a lecture audience last
year that people always expected
him to name tne atomic oomo as
the- Greatest scientific discovery.
'-'But I always say the greatest
discovery is that we know practi practically
cally practically flothine about anything," he
llecessary In Cyprus
LONDON. Sept. 15 (UP) Co
lonial secretary Alan Lennox Lennox-Bovd
Bovd Lennox-Bovd told the House of Com
mons today that British sove sove-relentv
relentv sove-relentv over Cyprus ; now is
"ihnnlutelv IndlsDensable" in
the present state pi wona ai-
fairs.-' '. "'...
The Commons finished Its de de-bats
bats de-bats on the 8uez crisis yester
day and began debating the
Cyprus Issue today. ; Lennox-
Boyd was replying to an oppo-
oition attack on governmeni,
nolicv'ln Cvnrus. launched by
Laborite Philip Noei-aaxer.
Noel-Baker had urged the
government to resume negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with Archbishop Makarios,
now exiled In the Seychelles Il Ills
ls Ills nd In the Indian Ocean. The
government since has accused
him of leading underground
terrorists" on Cyprus. -,
"Brln t Makarios here to Lon-
o'on and restart negotiations,"
Noel-Baker demanded.. "Maka-
rtns snraks fnr rvnrus because
he waa popularly elected-as
head ot t h e -Greek Orthodox
Church' In Cyprus), and by. an
JAY WALKERS DIE.'
SAN KANCISCO -(UP)-Lat-
est figures from the "California
State Automobile Association in
dicate that about 40 per cent of
pedestrian deaths in California oc
curred became of crossing between
Mixed In Wedlock
LONDOND. SeDt. 15 ajP) Th
Marquis of WinchesteA M.- ha
sked a Bahamas court for a di divorce
vorce divorce from his 53 vesr-nlrl thirrl
fi daughter of a high priest1 VIENNA Sept. 15 (Tjpy The
of the Indian Parsee religion,- it Boston Symphony Orchestra ra
was learned here yesterday. .into a one hour delay in giving V
The Marquis asked the divorce Us performance here last night,
on grounds his four year mar-, The orchestra. arrived on time br
riage has not been consumated.l air from Prague, but its instru-
:-t,c cn cunsuma
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House of Commons In London
consider further measures to
Delay US Orchestra-
In Vienna Concert
didn't. Shipped by train.
iney were Held up at the border
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5 fn Congress Gas Checkrup
'. 'AT'TXCTON, Sept. 15 (UP) mittee, which was set up by the
-' f nt I 1-jlng investigators in-' gas and oil industry, was prima prima-t
t prima-t c Aicd tunay they may recall the rity an "educational" organiza-
c T.rnian of a special Industry', tion. "He said tt made no direct ef-
imi'i-e for c'i,iv questioning. fort 10 influence legislators to sup-
- t .t the t'oi'n's activities io be-'tort the bill. 1
1 i vt the natural-gar bill. But' tofficlals of Gulf Oil Corp.'
John L. McCle 11a tl (D- and Humble Oil and Relining to.
told the senators yesieraay iohi
they considered the committee a
lobbying organization. McCleltan
said there seemed to be contradic contradiction
tion contradiction in the testimony.
Stale Oilers 3Gs
For Kidnapper's :
liinimis True Life Adventures
i rn rz3 r rV P W
Ths American LON6NOS6 6AR hxs A SPBEiV
LOOK BUT 16V1N aUlT6,LBTHA.R'SlS,
Art V rlifllrmsn of the invpstiffst
i- group,, said it "might be desir-'
ajie' to recall Matson Nixon,
head of the "general gas commit-
But he told reporters ne definite
dscision yet has been made on
whether to summon Nixon when
the committee resumes pontic
hsarlngs Oct. 8. The investigators
presumably will make a final de-
McCleilan had said that Nixon's!
testimony about the gas commit committee's
tee's committee's role in the controversy over
the gas w appearea to conmm HABTFnRD Conn.. Sent .' 15
wittt tesumony yesteraay Dy m Abraham A. Ribikv
jor.ou coiujhmw ;. .-.'.1-.aHth a tannn tmsM to
Mcueuan also disclosed in ai"""' Air th. tnt tnr
the committee intends to "branch' to be PW by the state for
out" into other lobbying fieMse wrest and conviction 1
when it resumes its inquiry. SotM person who kidnaped and
fir the group has concentrated its killed six-week-old C y n t h ia
investigation on lobbying for andJRuotoo.
agmnst tne gas diu.
I:' -'jf' i-f l.'SST
r iT, '?S6'- ..,4-'' a"'
Th npnsnr( naNSPft hv Con
gress, would have exempted inde independent
pendent independent natural gas producers
from direct federal controls. Al Although
though Although President Eisenhower fa fa-vnrnd
vnrnd fa-vnrnd the nrincinle of the mea
sure, he vetoed it because of the
' arrogant tactics" of e r 1 1 i n
Nivnn tfild th rnmmittee on
May 1 that the general gas cora-
THI WOMAN PAYS
Th maximum reward was
nsWH hv state's attornev Abra
ham 8. Oilman in the hope that
that jomeone would turn up
with information which would
lead' to aDDrehension of the
The child was reported stolen
Sept. tl from her carriage while
her mother ana a neignpor
shopped in a Hamden. Conn .
department store. i
On Sept. t tne cnua s way
mi fnnnrl in T.ake Whltnev. n-
bout three miles from the home
rjf the parenU, Mr. ana Mrs.
1 WUKKIDEN CPOTW. fUPll
f hiiffow tint Iaiii vAiinif mM inta
trnuku TnKxa asM h. men Steohen Ruotolo
smashed pin ball machines in Hundreds of persons were
a restaurant and took 2,000 nickels nuestloned in a continuing in into
to into a girt companion could payavestigation but no definite clue
bill-, ', ; !has turned up, ;.
lk' LA $'Ji r-fcmm
if C&.d&IJ'7 Haw
In ; Trouble
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S:00 Jaeki Glaaton
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4:00 Encore ."
S:00 Caesar'i Hour
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' t:l( Industry On Parade
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7:00 December Bride
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us AND MRS. WILBERT LAMAE NET receive guests at the
meptic Swing their wedding last Saturday. Mrs. Key
U the former Shirley Genetcau. --', : --- : :. '-
f FNTRAli AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE DAT ; j
CLLIXItATED TUROUGHOUT PANAMA v- i;
Ambassadors of Costa Rica; El Salvador, Guatemala,
non.lnras and Nicarajua' received' congratulation at their
r., ,e i mbassies today on the Anniversary of Central
, ,s independence. Private parties were-also held
tht t ranama by nations ,f tUf countries and their
fr".. 1 :
t t r i
Morf n-GriMth . ...
Waddina tn .tatet
Friends on the Isthmus wilt be
interested in the following account
which appeared ra the Oakridge,
ihe wedding oi miss uameue
Temnle Gersoach and Ross Daf'oe
Morgan, both of oaaridge, too,
place Aug: 4 at 8 p.m. in Oik-
ridge Methodist Church. The altar
was decorated with baskets of
pink gladiolus, white stock and
fern, and candelabra with white
tapers aad festoons of pink and
The parents of the bride. Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenz Geripach of Cris
tobal. Xanal zone. Kepubiio of Fa
nama, attended the ceremony with
the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Clifford Morgan of Oakridge.
Mrs. C. A. Barney war the pia pianist
nist pianist and Miss Dorothy P a d d e n
sang "0, Lord, Most Holy,"; and
"Wedding Prayer.". The Rev.
Wayne Brown, pastor, performed
we aouDie-nng ceremony.
The bride wore a waits length
gown ox white lace over satin, the
cap-sleeved bodice trimmed with
seed pearls. Her shoulder length
veil was held by a cap of five
lace petals.' She carried an arm
arrangement of white spider chry
santnemums. Mr. Gerspach gave
nis aaugnter in marriage.
Mrs.. Marvin Brown of Fort
Worth, Texas, was her lister's on only
ly only attendant. She wore a pale
pink dress and carried a nosegay
of pink carnations and white dai
Mr. Tracy Rogers was best man
and ushers were Louise Fulton and
Jack Dorfler. .- -,
A reception followed In the so social
cial social room of the church, where
pink r- gladiolus and white stock
were used for decoration.
Three young girls, dressed alike
in blue, be-ruffled organdy served
the-refreshments. Sherri Kisinger
served punch, and Janet and Jean
Stanley cut and served the tiered
wedding cake. :
The bride's going-away costume
was a grey flannel suit, with navy
accessories and a white chrysan chrysanthemum
themum chrysanthemum corsage. ; '-,-'
Mr. aad Mrs. Morgan now are
at home In Seattle, after a wedding
trip to Spirit Lake, Washington.
He is. employed by an airline com company.
pany. company. .. ... -'
The bride attended t Cristobal
HiKh School diinrif her junior
J wre u.d,year f"1 'uated in June
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BATEA SPREAD Nancy and Arthur Mckray of Curundu male a final check on, half of r
the bateas whtch will be exhibited at-the Balboa JWB-USO from Sept. lS through 6ept. 21. .t
The public Is invited to view this most Interesting, educational and artistic dispiay of Pan.-;
ama'a native Indian Code Culture .as rendered by two ot the foremost leaders in, this color- ;
ful ancient art,' r 'Tl'' r.'-" f1::
WczJtm (fjatea (Jmibll
bition of decorated Bateas of Pana
ma tonight at 7:48 at the JWB-USO
Armed Forces Service Center on
La Boca' Road in Balboa. This ex
hibit was arranged in cooperation
with the Canal Zone Art v League
and will continue for one week un
til the evening of Friday Sept. 1.
The gallery is open to the public
from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m.
The Mckrays are .the foremost
exponents of this ancient Indian
art of the Code Culture and are
showing one of the most complete
and comprehensible collections ev
er exhibited in the Canal Zone or
the Republic of Panama.. Included
will be reproductions of bateas
from the National Museum ef Pa-
i r part Ox
, j h in
r a n c h
I : ., , ; -r c I W 1 t f
I .,,'(, v i a.. a hiirs an
-it1; is in a'an&ng candeta candeta-liia
liia candeta-liia "ai'i-it a b;uk,rou!iJ of palm
i i 'i!'e pws were marked
wuli 'vhiie dahlia tied with satin
bows a. id streamers.
A program of prenuptial organ
mus c was playel by Mrs. Anita
McC'md while the guests were
ass, -tig. The Bridal Chorus
from LolienRrin was played for
the processional music and Men Mendelssohn's
delssohn's Mendelssohn's Wedding March was us used
ed used for the recessional music.
The lovely bride was 'given, in
marrise by her godfather, Mr.
Vranrikrn Nufies. Her weduing
gown of white slipper satin was
fashioned with a molded bodice
nortrait neckline, long fitted
sleeves which extended into points
ver the wrist and a very full
Irirt with a cathedral train. Th
neckline and waist were enhanced
with embroidered lace studded
with rhinestones and seed peans.
Hpr shoulder lencth veil of im
ported illusion fell from a Juliet
cap trimmed with orange b 1 o s s-"
" s-" soma and arm bouquet of white
fflariioli and "babv breath."
Mrs. Jean Pretto was the bride's
an aid of honor and her only attend
ant. She wore a ballerina length
gown of aqua satin and nylon net.
trimmed with irndescent sequins
and rhinestones. fashioned With a
ehinese ce klme and peplum. She
wore a mashing satin cap trim trimmed
med trimmed with sequins and rhinestones.1
Her mitts and shoes matched her
dres and she carried peach gia
The little flower girls, Debbie
yretto and Doris Hanson, wore
Ballerina lenitth dresses identical
to that of the matron of honor.
They wore matching sandals and
crrnnrt of carnations in their
hair. uu e was in pint ana vox--
is wore yellow.
Mr. Ji) ,e, h II. Orr of Balboa
was best man for Mr. Nev. The
tjshprg vf-re Robert Geneteau
brother of the bride: Walter C,
Watts and Elmer F. Harrison.
'A reception for over one hun
dred eupsts was held in the ball-
toon of the Hotel Washington foI-
lowing the ceremony. The bride
and eroom received the guests un
e'er an arch covered with fern in
terspersed with orange ulossoms
and while dahlias and centered'
with a silver bell. Standing baskets
Of calla lilies and dahlias marked
s table, coverH y ,:;
jit vnice cloth, whs
i ii a four tiered v tj
; tot.e 1. ,'ped with a miniature
bride and groora under an arch of
orange blossoms. The cake was
flanked by lighted white tapers in
crystal holders and encircled with
white carnations. Two large heart
shaped cakes decorated with white
roses and silver trimming were
placed at either end of the table
anl served with the buffet refresh refreshments.
ments. refreshments. Individual pieces of wed wedding
ding wedding cake in boxes inscribed with
"Shirley and till" and the date
were presenled to each guest.
Miss Mercies lerro served the
Music for dancing was furnished
By the Cscabeles orchestra. Mrs.
Sydney Pasillague was in charge
of the bride's book. ,, ... ;
Mrs. Ney was born 1n Colon and
attended schools in Colon and Nia Niagara
gara Niagara Falls, Canada and was grad-
uaiea irom tt. jonn s villa m sta
ten Island, New York. She ia pres presently
ently presently employed in the Manager'!
Office of the Colon Free Zone.
Mr. Ney is the son of the lafe
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ney of Val
ley view,- rennsyivania. He re-l
ceived his education in schools in
Pennsylvania and was craduated
from Hegina High School in He-
gins, fenna. He served in the U
S. Navy during World War U and
is presently employed as Supervi
sory Administrative Assistant at
Atlantic Branch Locks Division
in Gatun. .
The bride chose for her going a a-way
way a-way outfit a two piece linfn su.t of
navy blue and white with which
she wore white accessories and an
orchid corsage. After a weiJ.r"
trip to El Vaile, the couple will
make home in House 215, Apart
ment. 5, Gatun.
Fr Or. Maria Cerloit
Mrs. Louisa Sertoli gave a fare farewell
well farewell luncheon at her delightful
home Friday in honor of Dr. Ma
ria Carless, who is leaving for Lon
don and Rome.
At Panama Celf Club
The Hospitality Committee ef
the Inter-American Women's Club
wul bold a luncheon at the Pana
ma Golf Club, Wednesday, Sept. 19
Members may invite guests if
they so desire. Reservations may
be made by calling the office of
the club. -.. ,'',, v v t
fitter eta J
This sr ciUid U-hht ia approved by
snore doctors, trusted by more mother
than any other brand. You're aire ef
accurate dog. Your child will Eke
i s oratx'f. avnr. Refuae tn''jt'itee
-i .i ..la IVrt.. "ia.
Art Ixhillf AI ; ' : :
Hes WhirK-len ;
The Art Lxhibit ef landscape
paintings by Mrs. Elinor Blenner-
hassett, recently shown at the
JWB-USO, Balboa, is now being
neia in tne lounge oi the washine-
ton Hotel. Mrs. Blennerhassett Isl
the wife of the British Pro-Consul
in colon and her work u wall
Circus Theme Sparks."
An ingenious use of the circus
theme, created a most effective
luncheon setting for the ladies of
tne zuto intaniry egiment, at
Fort Davis Officers Open MessJ
Thursday, Sept. 13. This delightful
luncheon, in honor of Mrs. R. W,
Pederson, wife of the Commanding
Officer of the Ird BattaUon, was
sponsored by ladies of the 3rd Bat
taUon and JWTC Attending the
luncoeon irom ton Kouoe were
Un IT T4 Hfillar nrlfa lha fnnt.
mending Officer of the 20th Infan Infantry
try Infantry Regiment and ladies of the
1st, 2nd' and Provisional Batta
lions, 1 "t' ; ;
The efforts of Mrs. J. W. Sim
mons wife of the Commanding Offi
cer of UWTC, Mrs. O. E. Smith,
wife of .the Executive Officer of
the 3rd Battalion, and their com com-mittees,
mittees, com-mittees, were both evident and ap
preciated. Greeted by Mesdames
Marion Rurris, Betty Mareka aad
Charlent Escue. the guests were'
usherel into a colorful circus pa
norama that included the B i f
Top which was cleverly suggested
by streamers that seemed to reach
an acrophobia-producing height.
The ladies passed throurh the en
trance gate, vhich was daintily at
tended by t 'o circus ballerina
dolls, te receive their gay. animal animal-cage
cage animal-cage name tags. Watching the
guests while they purchased their
door prize tickets from Mrs. Jane
Calhoun at the red and white
striped ticket booth, was an en enchanting
chanting enchanting mou.ey and his stuffed
pals. A mesij":e of little) animals
nonchalantly ciusgisg to a latticed
divider served as a colorful back backdrop
drop backdrop to the punch bowl, which
was presided ever by Mrs. Caro Carolyn
lyn Carolyn Higgins. A giant rocking horse
calmly watched the proceedings
from his vantage point in the cen center
ter center of the dinirg area.
With a deiiiitful circus train
"chugging" to the tune of its cal cal-yope
yope cal-yope in the d-rection of serviee on
the buffet table, tht ladiet served
thamsalvei to delectahla dishes
planned by Mesdames Ellen Gue.l
Madge uirus, Judy Trout ana
Jean Dupere. Pourers at the des dessert
sert dessert table were Mrs. Margaret Mas Mas-saud
saud Mas-saud and Mrs. Betty Vickery. At
the' separate tables, miniature
merry-go-rounds rounded out the
eircus theme that had been to ar artistically
tistically artistically created by Mcsdamei
Ruth Miley, Betty Lech, Peggy
Oaks, Martha MclIInn and Betty
On behalf of the ladies of the
20th Infantry Regiment, Mrs. Isa Isa-belle
belle Isa-belle Jerram, chairman, presented
Mrs. R. W. Pederson with a wood wood-rose
rose wood-rose corsage and wished her ev every,
ery, every, success. Introduced to the la ladies,
dies, ladies, were two newcomers to the
Regiment, Mrs. Mary Gfan and,
Mrs. Georg'ana "cC. allien.
Miss Mary Liu Leach was t h e
?nest cf f "v l.rh. Mrs.!
Nancy and Arthus McKray of Cu-'nama, the Sitio Conte Province
rundu' will open their annual exhi- findings of Dr. Samuel. Kirkland
rvi. j j Vk... vol
The' vestry 'committee, of St.
Peter's church in La Boca will
hold a .special meeting 7:30 on
Monday night with the Rev. John
Spear, priest tin -charge,- presid-
lna -'-.",', .i
Membera of the vestry," which
assists, the priest in the affairs of
me parish,' are. Arnold tioston,
wardpn: Ivan E. Haywood, secre
farv. Karl U. Haria. treasurer:
Victor T, Smith, Ethelridge Dane-1
Lothrop and the private .collection
of Mr. Seville a. tiane. local ar ar-chagloeist.
chagloeist. ar-chagloeist. ;Y
McKray has long been noted as
the instructor of the popular JWB-
i weekly a I e a Decorating
Class as well as more recently con conducting
ducting conducting classes at both Fort Davis
and Fort Clayton. In the past three
years more than 450 military per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, their dependents, civilians
and other interested parties have
learned to paint and decorate ba
teas under McKray's able instruc
Hon.. This beautiful' old Indian art
has attracted so many eager pro proselyte
selyte proselyte that the students of these
popular classes have long outmea-
sured the ability of the n a 1 1 v e
craftsmen to produce" enough ba bateas
teas bateas in sufficient quantities to fill
the present day demand of bateas
to 'lecorate, 5
All military personnel, their
families and friends and the public
of the Canal Zone are invited 10 at attend
tend attend this Jtt 8-LSO exhibition.. A
I !!!!:. i is 'extended to
. .5 l,.....v mi Hie i.i'puoue or rana
ma to view tins interesting and co colorful
lorful colorful display of native art the
designs of which, have survived
from Pre Colombia aborigines
and form a heritage of Panama.
US Craft Press :
Search: For Missing
(UP) A c,1Vn8 Mr- Bowman at 3789.
lath notice fer (ndwiiea in this
column should : fto tubmitud i
lyao-wrirNa torin and mailto to en
of the oo numbers liitsd daily
"Social and Othcrwlto." nr deliver
sd by hand to tho oilice. Noticas of
eioorinfi cannot bo adapted by
telephone..,; "::';:.;, M'"; : ;?Z'':l
Pacific Royal Palni'";,vj's a
OES Club Will HeleT'i, 'K:4
Birthday Moeting ; r '---- i
The Pacific Royal Palm OES
Club will hold its Birthday Meet
ing at the noma of the president,
Airs. &ay uameis on Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, .v ),,'' ' -Members
and guests are reauest-
ed to meet in the parking lot in the
rear of Balboa Post Office prior
to. 7:15, Transportation Will be a a-vailab'e.
All Eastern Star, ladies are cor cordially
dially cordially invited, i t
Pacific Navy Wi'via '
Business Moeting 1
. 'Ihe rceular monthly business
meeting of the Pacific ; Navy
Wives' CIuo will be held. Monday
evening at the Community House,
15th. Tsaval District, at t:30: Light
refreshments will be served by
Mrs. Norma Bowman,' Mrs. Nickie
Knock, and Mrs.. Joy Kramer; A
dfrve is under way to collect rum.
mage for a rummage sale, the pro
ceeds oi wmcn win aid the crib tn
their jJiristmas Charity Program
aii members i are reminded to
bring their rummage to Mondays
Meeting. Anyone wishing to donate
rummage for this mireosn miv rlo
so by contacting any member or
BY MRS. MURIEL, LAWRENC'the way our unadmitted reseat-.
- ment lias tricked us into exaj-
ONE evenine Bert Frase'a fa.! eratln? tha harrishim f lhn, i
ther caught his mother passing early jobs and terrifed Bert so he
mm extra money w unance a date, aares not seek any tor flimseu.
He blew up. ."Broke again, huh I Te help him recover from h i
he demanded. Flinging down his fear or working, we must adm.:
paper, ha cried, "U you'd gotten eur feeling so that he can see how
yourself a job this summer in-It has 'been manipulating both os
SIPfln lir Inafin aivtnhrl all
you wouldn't have to come crying -J :. !.
to your motoer tor two
when I was your age, I was giv- 4
ing my mother money, not tak-
ing it. At night I was too tired
from packing trucks all day to go
on jyndes hke you. Maybe what ?
you need isn't college this fall butd
a urue Bard work, u a shipping
room..." 4 v ; i).
Bert s response to thia nut-1 :
burst had not been eagerness to' C
earn hu own moni-v. but aullin i
irignienea recoil ti-om the whole
prospect of making any money-
earning euon at, an.
WHY not, HiTfather's" resent
ment of his own working youth $
burned rieht throuth the words J
that pretnded pride in it. of N
course it scared Bert, As usual! t t-it
it t-it harden his normal adolesecent
reluctance to test himself, in a
first job into' certainty that he'd r 1
fail in it. Without quit knowing
now ne leu, uert tnought, "O.,
to- try it? .
Mr1. 'Fraser better ston swindl- i
ing himself and acknowledge how ?
oineriy ne leeis about his hard-
working youth. Bert's Agoing to
have to get around to a job sooner,
or later; and this old undigested
resentment in his father- has
been discouraging him.
IN our country where we take f
such pride in "self-made" success p
we don't always make allowance! ti titer
ter titer thr bitterness that can build '&
up in its during those old, lonely
'self-waking" struggles. But can't I,
bear it,: -1 .; ., ,' L
Oilr bitterrlesg explodes from h h-us,
us, h-us, not in the direct words,' "Oh, j
how I resent my hard-working :
youth!" but in exaggeration of I
the hardships w endure. By con-r
trasting our tough youth, with1 1
Berts soft one, we can not only,;
boast of our great endurance, butl
declare our secret and bitter be-!?,,
hef thai we were badly abused. I i--
What we need is to walk up to
AIM IV ri rnlin M H 1 SM1 m Mn 14 llairla t
Scheduled to meet the following iISlJZ' -u.j fc Memorial Po.t
night. Tuesday, is the Order ri idd "i THe LI, Garvyn II.
St Vinrf.nl which will nbaerve m2 tol?J l5 , 1 -1 Memorial Post 3878 V.
"otn iuuywsey anoruy. , nf ,,.. northr.st of Honshu
m ml'i' lhU'frckta typhoon.-The Air
ill be morning prayer. a. m., Varf, ,nnounee(1 .. MDOrt!. thllt
followed by choral eucharlst with!
"VJT .V Y "I out lound to be untrue.
prayer. v p.m.
Force announced that reports that
empty liferafts from the plane
prize, wa.' the pleased recipient!
of matching linen nana toweis ana
bun warmer. With the announce
ment that ladies of the 1st Batta
Uon would sponsor the next Regi Regimental
mental Regimental function. Oct. 11, the brief
formalities ended. And the ctrucus
resumel with the little animals
hoping that some mommies were
planning to eome and get them at
the Fort Gulick Post Exchange.
F V! f Vl-
tobal, Canal Zone and its Auxilia Auxiliary
ry Auxiliary will hold a joint meeting Mon Monday
day Monday at 7:30 p.m., at the Post Home
llavy Fclhcr Slab
Unveiisd In Ireland
WEXFORD, Ireland. Sent. 15.
(UP)--A special message from I if
President Eisenhower will be, s:
road here Sunday at ceremonies';:
honoring Commodore John Barry
the Irish boy who became father
of the U. S. Nay.
Irish President Sean T. 0. Kelly
will unveil a 12-foot bronze statue &t
of Barry at the dockside where he m
set sail for America as a caom
boy in 75p. Tbe Statue cost 830,;:?
600 and was' a gift from the Unit-ji::
ed States Congress to the people p
of Ireland. 1
Six United States Senators and
six Congressmen will attend the -unveiling,
WATERTOWN, N.Y, (UP) I
james tassn wenii iuning in near nearby
by nearby Chaumont Bay and came back
not only with a 12-inch bass but i MODESTY
20 worth of extra fishing gear.
As Eassa was reeling in his own
line, he saw another piece of line
JUST A HOUSIWIM ;
COMMENT JS A SIGN Of
. ,,j .;.,v,v f
la answer to a rf nt pnlnmn
of mine deploring the way so
i" i PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCH THIS SUNDAY
; CLOSING SERVICES OF REVIVAL J
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
' BALBOA, HEIGHTS, C. Z( 0
; .9:3i-B:SLE SCHOOL --fof;alIai ;
' 10:40-MORNINO 'WORSHIP, . 't
Or. Robert C. Lee Speaking
,6:30 B.T.U. Trwniiif In Christian Uvtoj'f
. v .'7133 "Jk& plaa falM 'Muwsn t
i : D Robert C. Lee Speaking; ," ;
- EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
attach t the hook. He hauled in many women refer to themselves
a fully equipped pole-reel, hook ,'is-"just a housewife,". v wife
line and linker and at the end writes: ...... ,.. .,-
ol the line, the fish. J I "Hasn't it ever occurred to anr-
one that it is modesty and mod modesty
esty modesty alone that prompt, most of us
to say, 'I'm just a housewife'?
"If we weren't so modest we
might describe our job something
like this: I've got the best darned
job in the world. And, the most
important one, too.
"I love mv boss. Nobodv knows
better than I do what wonderful!
guy ne really is.
"And do you know what that boss
of mine doe. for me financially?
He sees to it that my living stand standards
ards standards are every bit a high as his
1 own. You can t ask for better pay
i than that, can you?
2 x 6 Zinc;
' 2 x 8 Zinc
"'4" Calv; pipe
, U.S. St.nd.rd
3" Calv. pipe
Aluminum corrugated 'roofing 2 x 10 2.SS
Welding rod and carbide at lowest prices
. TELEFONO 3-286 ;
' TRANSISTHMIAN HIGHWAY TEL.. 3-7256,
have ypu heard
' 1 them?'
(, rV ptano bass and drum
K 4 to entertain the late crowd
-, V yfS.' every Mdajf and Saturday
cjQitf, to 4:30 a m. to the
C ;aV) air-condltloned Balboa Bar,
I It Isn't Nice te Brag '
"You may not believe it but
often when I am tired or not feel feel-i
i feel-i ing well that guy will do my work
I as well as his own and sever
complain about it.
I "Other people may have to work
.for bosses the, neither like or re
spect. But, sister, they don't make
them any better than mine. -
"Nobody ever need, to feel sor sorry
ry sorry for me. I've got a swell job.
I'm a housewife.
"Why don't we ever talk like!
that, if that's tne way we feel?
Well, it isn't nice to brag in front
of people who for one reason or
another have been cheated out of
the real business of living. So we
pretend to envy career women and
say of our own job, 'I'm just a
housewife.' But don't ever take us
"Most of us .'just housewives4
wouldn't trade our jobs! or our
bosses. Being 'just a housewife'
suils-u. fine?': -:i .- -.;! .'
s' i r'zi the piano
2 f i, tun Tues.,
at 4:30 ..- mfFS :. jitor treatme
" fTl l fter an
llano ,:' m jicar hit a I
es.. Wed. Thurs I . Jl to the sam
' i; g fiora a
- BY A NOSB : ,. -AKRON,
Ohio (UP) Wil William
liam William Smith headed for work after
visiting his girl friend at: Akron
Xity Hospital where she was taken
for treatment of a ; broaen nose
i auto accident. Smitns
cole and he was taken
same hospital, also suffer-
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State V
' ' i- j t
Hn1U Interest AtaniUyoa Stvisxi Accoust
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loan, with guarantee.' on f ir.t mortgage ;
or other .ecurrfie..
25c. 5Cc. $1X3 end 55X3 3
deposits are accepted thru a period:
. of 48 weeks. ; : j
Individual nfety depo.it boxes, for jewelry' ani
document., in different ize.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central Ave. at
j corner of "I" Street
Front St; -el eorner'
ef 1th St.
CARLOS MOUVNES y!
0; A. Oe RoUx,
- Manager ...
HOURS : . T
' turn m. te'litS. .-
SATinDAIS: from :M .. to 1?:C9 p.m..
tits rmMJi-amiricjui an nrerrr:::::v.r t.inr rrrrrirrs
.t n, i'S
V YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFE.IEiJT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
I til! J. A iy VyiiLiyWU"! w w i A w
f ACS SIX
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 44 H" STREET; PANAMA"
., j - - -
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rnw Apnciu Internal, ds PublictcIonM1 FARMACIA LOMBARDO : FARMACIA, ESTADOS UN1DC3 v FOTO DOMY' -FARMAA
. lli!Ute"ta v ; ; .;v He. "B" Street 1 Cent! Ava. '. . ; Jsa in, aad St tt, ,- : : '- VUL m
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W WUAUJ ,, Central Ave. 4th at July In. A J It let Central Itm tt Street N.l 1 V ; v- 0 '-r
.- -t -' ' " ' ' 1 ,... . -,, 4 la tiana Ave
(ALL KINDS) ;
Phon Panama S-055S
Writa Box L. Balboa, CA
Hours I to 13, 1:S0 to I
Saturdays 9 to noon.
Alter hours Pan J-7050
.. a r:ii
Automobile. Fire, etc
1 'ANSPORTES IAXTW, S. A.
T -kart SiH MjWJ
! on.i 2245 1 2-1561
Laara Mif a v -PANAMA
- RIDING SCHOOl
fl.Jini Jmnpliit Clanw 4aihf.
, ta 5 a.. 'Paaiia Z-2l
t HI-FI RECORDS
;!asslc, popular and i
Hageiajs IIAZ I-
7 rtreet No: -A Tet 31591
Opea until 7:0 P-nu
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with a nnart
A pin curl ware job eaa
YiWXA. Beauty Salon
, Tel. 2-3677
...n Z L-nccs for $15
" f HI F"fl."
T) '.a i. .c A:
"'""TT u DU!!!1
"Slim Your flpira down" ,,
McLrvy Machlnn, Massale
Steam Bath male aa lemale
51 Av. Jmte Aroaemeaa a-izii
Dr. SCHOLL trained uuropooixi
BASEBALL AS KILLER ;f
HUNTLAND, Tenn. -yP)v'--Eoy
Butler was tossing a baseball
against a concrete wall, when the
ball bounced off the wall, hit a
bird and killed it.
I ,1 UNITED ITAT1S OF AMERICA-
Vnllrd Stataa District Court loi the j
' Diauu at im unu
' Balboa Dlvlaion
'rZ. X Cofer, LibaUnt, t. M. V. ua ua-vas
vas ua-vas and Compaftla Comerelal Havlera,
S A.. Reapondento. In Admiralty, No.
' wW.!, on ttie Uth day of Sfptem Sfptem-v;
v; Sfptem-v; r. tm. L- K. Coler filed a Ubol hi
and in Penonam In. the united
S-m District Court ol the Canal Zone,
fc..!boa Dlvlaion, atalnat the M. V. Gua-
.s and the CompaAia Comerelal Na Na-v.wi
v.wi Na-v.wi S.A.. in a causa. ClvU and Mart-
4.,s. J .-
A id, whereaa. by Virtue of Woceat
In ri'ie form of law, to ma directed, ra--,,rhl
on the 3rd dav ot October.
1 6. I have seized and taken the aaid
in. V. Guayae and nave her in my cua-
4otice fa hereby given that a District
Tmiri will be held in the United State
I .strict Court Room, In the town ef
A neon. Canal Zone, at I a.m. on the
I d dav at October. ItSI. Jor the trial
of aaid premiui. and the -owner or
ownera, ana an persona wno may nave
nr claim any Interest, are hereby cited
in be and appear at the time and place
foresaid to enow eauaa, if any they
have, why a final decree should not
pasa aa- prayed. ..
. Joeep. t Kmeatd
united Stataa aiarthal.'
Van SIclen, ftamirei and ,-''
r)e Caatro. Proctora for. libelant
SEaTJTIES IN PANAMA
- AJtlAB, MATUSSI ASSOOATEI
-.. IU lib
Abattoir Wadonal V...'.. ' ;
Bancc ndodarto ..... 4
Cementa panami TJ .jMt
Cerveceria rTacional .... at
Chirlcana da Leche ...'-U--' . X
Claye w.' .',;"
Cuentaa ComercUlea ",
Fret. erlUi Cora.
DeatUadora ftaelonil M
rinandera Mmafia ' v
fret with Cam. Mm
flnanzae, S3, AV 7- .: 1
.Pref. with Com, .J..o'
roerz y Lua Pret ... 4711 ;.
ruerxa f Ura Com. r.. St
f 'otelaa tntarmmerlcanea. SSI
Ceneral da Seguret ... SB
F inamcna da Aceltae ... gg
ranamefia da flbraa .., a"
' jnjmefta da Segtma ..IS ft
r amefta da Tabaea ..It IllI
!'-: to Bellavt-fa ...... 7f.O
' 1IS Central ., ; K0
OK SALf Siaf tt tawinf ma ma-'
' ma-' efcida, WastinfhauM automatic'
wathar, RCA Hi-Fidatrty 3-taaaa
. racara rhytr. All arti an 25-
cycla. Liataa! tar caavaniea. Ex-
nllant canditiaa. Inquii Neva-
FOR SALE Cauch, apholtra4
; faaai rubbar, aaubla bti lixa,
- aw; S-arawar 4t$k; coHaa ta-
felt , flantep; natal chart ef
rirawan and rfranir; kaokestaa;
: flaar. kridfa laaipa; wall mir mir-,
, mir-, rar. Fkeaa 7221 Caniada, kauia
2033-1. v w ,-
' FOR SALE; 1 aprina ana mat-
Mm aa saw hanar. Simmona,
.' aay M, I mahaV inkt I
kaakaaaa, I parch pratactiaa
, with ihalvat and curtaini, t vaa vaa-atiaa
atiaa vaa-atiaa bliaea 50x54, I vanatian
Mini 40x61. I red thadai, I
y C.B. record plavar 71 rpm anal
eareral albume racarda, mucalla-
i baaka aa canatructiea an-
amaatini 7II-D, lalbea. Tela-,
hene 2-3241 lalbea.
' FOR SALE Almaat new Scrvel
ice-maker, 9 cubic feet, coat
$750. ire away far $450. Raah
dea t walk ta 50th Street Na.
, l4'Saa Frahciaca, Apt.' 4 ar
; pheaa 3-6171. Alia laadii aa-
tematic laundry machine, 'Aacat
f ai water heater.
FOR SAVE -Rattan foam rub
' her aphalatared aitting-dininf
; ream act, $450; emart maho-
any fcedraara eat, lika new $250.
Cart $500. Phone 3-6S71.
FOR SALE Dinlna ream fur fur-,
, fur-, aiture, larga electric train aat,
, aawini machine, miicellanaoiii.
Phana Criatabal 1095.. 1
Taxpayers Take Shellacking
In f ostoffice
r"i ii'i',. "j
WASHINGTON, Sept.' IS. (UP
) rne Jfost Utiice demea today
that the taxpayers : took a shel
lacking when it painted its mail mailboxes
boxes mailboxes and trucks 4 patriotic red,
white and blue.
Assistant Postmaster Gene r a 1
Ormonde A. Kieb conceded ben
fore the Senate post Office Com
mittee. however. 1 that soecuica
tions for the colorful paint job
Ariainfalltr nil aI fnao ,CVitwaiir
U1 ftiuaaiij VBUU tut UUCt Tf 1AA
Williams paint or equal."
He denied there was any favor favoritism
itism favoritism in drawing up the specifica
tions, utner brand names were
later added, he said. c
It It baaing dona within all
moral, ethical,, legal,' statutory,
regulatory and practical limita limitation"
tion" limitation" Kieb rastified. r t
Kieb said the department had!
, received complaints that the pa-!
Mium- iuiuis Bnuuiu nave oeen in
a different order blue, white
and red, instead of red, white and
Brnycri P Holcombe. ceneral
orgaizer for the Brotherhood of
Painters, Decorators and Paper Paper-hangers
hangers Paper-hangers of America, said that if
union painters had been used on
the Job, 'the colors of Old Glory
wuura noi nave Deen misused, aa
we contend they were, by placing
red on top." 6
Kieb said ..the. new. color
schma, to replace the old eliva
drab was decided upon ta make
the trucks and mailboxes easier
fa ate, not as a patriotic motive.
Ht said that postal tmploytt
have traditionally dona the paint painting
ing painting far the Post Office depart department.
ment. department. S -.' ,; j .. r:,:
The new colors have been a big
hit. Kieb told the Cnmmlttao
Brighter colors on the trucks have
neipea onng about 3000 per cent
improvement in the departments
acciuem rate, ne said. ,
Chairman Olin D. Mn,in'
(DISC.) had aUff members ari
some, letters criticizing the aew
iruca colors, one -said the colors
m, we. Postal' trucks look like
vans lor bakery or diaper servi
CO..- .... J ....
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.- vwuBum ompiamed Out
CaUe H No. 11-53
; ; Invites her distlnguishf cl customers to see
J the largest assorted upholstery material just
arrived in the latest styles and modern colors.
, Our prices are recognized as the Jowest in
the upholstery market. Come in and visit us
just across the Auto Servicr.
FOR SALE: 20 Brahara creu creu-hred
hred creu-hred heiten, average I ( month.
Alia ana purebred feur-year-old
, Rraham bull imparted ham Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. Caa be teen at SICAP't
' Cattle Farm at luena Viita, Ce Ce-lea,
lea, Ce-lea, aa Traaa-ltthmiaa Highway,
ar call Mann Hubp ar Marala
tSICAP) 2-3349 Paaama. ,v
FOR SALE Bargaini: Refrijar Refrijar-atera
atera Refrijar-atera 5Vi cw. ftH cm. ft.; ra ra-I
I ra-I rigerater Waiting houta 1 1 c.
ft.; fraeier 5 en, ft.; gat atove'
4 b"nen; Pfaff 3-drawar tew tewing
ing tewing machine; Pfaff hand cawing ';
machine; Zig-Zag machine, foot
and hand. Muebleria Europca,
Central Ave. and 2 1 it Street E.
ANY HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE
, that needa fixing bring ta Alma Alma-can
can Alma-can Electrice Lleyd, Telephone
, 2-2202. :
WEST BANK LADIES: Individu.
i ally try led hair cuta; radiant
tinte; toft natural permanenta ;
every beauty tarvice. Stateiide
licenaed operator!. Genell'a long ;
aatabliihed Beauty Shop. Cocoli
Clubhouaa, Navy 3812.
FOR SALE: A beautiful, mod mod-ern
ern mod-ern and well located thraa-apart-ment
building in Campa Alegra -tawnaita.
Na intermediary Tale Tale-phone
phone Tale-phone 3-0193 Panama.
TALKED HIM INTO IT
HARTFORD, Conn. -(UP) -l
Two Puerto Ricans failed to obtain
city jobs which they applied for
but they bad a measure of suc
cess. Their interpreter got one.
most postmasters, confronted wilh
the paint specifications, would
"play it safe" and buy from
Kieb argued that the sped
ficationi had to bo kept simplt
so they could be understood by
tht 38,000 postmasters who we were
re were going to buy paint.
: Officials of the General Servi
ces Adminstration testified that
all procurement reeulations had
.been complied with in the paint
Prellyiiia Up Club
Plans for redecorating the club
rooms of the Fort Kobbe Teen-ag
er s uud were announced at a
meeting of the adult steering com
mittee at the home of Lt. Col. and
Mrs.-L. E. Cantrell at Fort Kob-
oe Wednesday evening. -Lt.
Col. J. G. Appel. USARCARIB
chemical Officer and : chairman
of the committee, announced that
donations of rugs, lamps and fur furniture
niture furniture will be requested in-order
to help the teeners along with
their club room Tenovation. j
The Fort Kobbe teen-aeers will
use their, own initiative to help
earn me necessary money and they
will do much of the actual redecor redecorating
ating redecorating themselves.
xne committee also drew up
plans for continuing the teen-ager's
entertainment program, in including
cluding including dances, picnics and other
ScrvicetlySi ; Chief
Miss Ruth Blackwell has recent recently
ly recently resigned her position as USAR
CARIB Serive Club Director, after!
tAir1infl tkfcia, ean4' nivaa hslf Mau1
in the Canal Zone. She will leave
the Zone next Tuesday morning
I v . j .1. ti(.,in y-i:iL":
tauuara uie uaixa viiuuins. t ;
Her plans are not definite as of
ATTENTION 6. Li Jest built
modern renamed ape t meats, I,
2 bedreeaai. bat, cald w a t a a,
Fbtae Paaama 3-4941.
. FOR RENT Apartment unfur unfurnished.
nished. unfurnished. 2 bedrooms, maid's
ream, 2 baths, lifting dining
room, perch, kitchen,' garage,
$90. At Bella Vista, N. Obarne
Street 23. near "El Baturro."
Sea Da Castro, B Avenue 24.
FOR RENT Famished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65. Military impacted.
Via Perrai 99. Phana 3-206S.
FOR RENT. 1 -bedroom apart.
, ment, 4th af July Avenua Ne.
TI-352 (in front Quarry Hts.
entrance), lafermatioa in tame
building from 1 1 ta 12 neon, and
.'5 ta 6 p.m. daily, ar Call phana
FOR RENT: One and twa twa-bearoem
bearoem twa-bearoem apartments, furnishad,
$65, $70. 1 1th Street, Parque
Ltfevra. Phana 3-41 II.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart' t
ment, including refri f e r a t a r.
Good lurroundingi, $50. 112
Via Beliiarie Porrai, near Roots Roots-velt
velt Roots-velt Theater. s j
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
and unfurnished apart m a n a. I
Alhambra Apartments, 1 0th St.
Na 1061. Phana 1336. Colon.
FOR RENT: Small apartment,
completely furnished. Excellent
location. Near all bus stops.?
43rd Street Na. 13.
FOR RENT. Very comfortable
furnished apartment, impacted,
screened. Via Eipafia, houta be
. fore Juan Frances ; -Ji .'
FOR RENT: $50, fumiihed
. apartment, comfortable, near
Via Eipafia, commissary; : and
another apartment far agency, V
living. Phena 3-0471,
FOR RENT: Spacious apart apart-1
1 apart-1 ment. Living room, dining room,
: bedroom, bath, kitchen. Via Jo Jose
se Jose A. Arango. Phone 3-3644.
, FOR RENT i 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished ar unfurnished,
1 R. f Hopkins, Balboa 2966. .
' FOR RENT Modern apartment
' (first floor) : 2 bedrooms, back-
yard and frant yard, inspected
t and furnished,: $80. The best
j yeu can find for this price. Ave.
' Jose do Fahrtga 16, Pasadena.
75 ih Army Czr.dsmcn
Are Sidy;: Music
When the Canal Zone .Turrtnr Pnl-
lege, Balboa, opened for their fall
semester this week, the command
ing officer and twelve enlisted men
of the 79th Army Band, Fort Clay
ton, were enrolled in two of t h e
music courses. ;
Taking both tht "History of
Musi"v and "Music Theory"
courses are: Chief Warrant Of Officer
ficer Officer Earntst K. Hoch; Sgt. Jo
soph A. Senty; S 3 Larry O.
Byrd, SpJ Harrold W. Carlo and
Sp3 Donald W. McCarthy.
Also Sp3 Joseph J, Pal'mkas,
Sp3 Jack J. Sowdtr, Spa John
M, Tumor, Pfc. Lawrence J. Fa
ram, and Pvt. Ronald J. Has
Thrnthersf are PvL Ra n R
Jaramillo and PvL Robert P.
Shelly. ; ..:.-' . f ..
toe men have arranged they
schedule at the company to meet
tne time r "quirements at the!
school. The classes held k 3
p.m. and 4 p.m. on Tuesday and
-ach is course worth
two semenr t houi s.
yet hut when she arrives In New
York. Mis Rlarlrwoll nninn to
Philadelphia for the annual meet-
"k oi me American ttecreauon
congress.;, :J-i:-vI-a- '
Taking her' place, temporarily
will be Fort Amador's Strvict
Club Director, Mrs. Betty Hab Hab-trstick.
trstick. Hab-trstick. Miss Blackwtll's perma permanent
nent permanent replacement it expected to
arrive from the United States in
approximately two months
Before rnminir tn tha t. n i
- o -" ... v w m m t
Zone. Miss Blackwell snsnt turn
years as post service club, director
at Jf ort Meade, Md.
Ml CtT RlQ1raail1 nnnl.t.Hli 1 L
v.Hl rtva v-UIIOIUCIS I II e
reOrt?flnixatmn nf ih rirnomtritinr.
pi junior Hostesses. and the estab
-o" "iv v 5 uiiar,ca (,hf j
usnment or proper grades for
service club directors as two of
ner mam accomplishments during
- 010 iicie. i
' CBS a
FOSTERS COTTAGES and targa
beach houta. One mile part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Pheat Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaaeide Cattaaes,
Sa-ta Clara. Sea 435,-Balbeev
Phone Panama I-II77. Crista-
Spend yeur week ends at Ria
Mar, tha best bathing beach la
the Republic, with all conve conveniences
niences conveniences Moderate prices. The
aew management ia anxioui ta
serve yeu1. j.
BEACHSIDE vacatiea Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable houses.
Phena Tkompaoa Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT Attractive 3 -bad-room
chalet in Golf Height!.
Phena Panama 3-5329.
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet. 3
bedrooms, large kitchen, closers,
bathroom, hot water installa installations,
tions, installations, garage, parch, parlor-dia-ing
room, screened, Iran bars.
FOR RENT.- Concrete chalet. S
bedrooms, recently painted, large
. kitchen, many closets, modern
bathroom, 2 parches, hot water;
maid's room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Perras 91-B. r
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ.
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
- FOR SALE: Complete HI-FI
eutfit. Garrard 3 -speed record
player, G.E. diamond and tap-
phira cartridge, 20-wart ampli amplifier
fier amplifier and preamp, ia step type
chairtida cabinet. Stparato Jen Jen-ten
ten Jen-ten corner speaker. Phone Bil Bilbos
bos Bilbos JCi,?.
FCR SALE, Air-cenjilioner A
i ton. New, in original case. Also
automatic ironing machine. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone 3-5161.
FOR SALE-Plants, small, large,
tome in concrete pats; Venetian
blinds, large, small; slat blinds;
3 occasional chairs; miscellana miscellana-oua.
oua. miscellana-oua. 570 San Juan Place, Ancan.
FOR SALE: SIAMESE KIT KITTENS.
TENS. KITTENS. Thoroughbred, 9 weeke
old, bred for good disposition,
rara male and female "Blue
Paints," female "Seal Feint,"
asserted tail shapet. Qtn. Ne.
77, Ft. Clayton. Call 17-2183 ar
Av,Iij lb (ulf,.
And I.:! Tha C:;vn
LAS VEfiAS Npit i w i
. - -" 7 ,i vi u f
limited an international feud with
Marlene Dietrich over methods us used
ed used to charm nightclub audiences.
Miss Gabor had' opened her new
sl..)W at the Riviera lint.!
tag an eye-filling, low-cut, $16,000
gown that was desinwi t m
. b'-w VU,UV m
gown worn by Miss Dietrich at an
earner ui vegas appearance.
Thr Invelv Mice TtT.f.L s.
. ""ura, wueu
shown, a picture oi Zasa Zsa and
uci buwu, cummentea icely:
"-'ff it -ie niisntitw lk.
-- .o ,,,,.UUvjr mey want m-
STeari nr nnalitv .a -.m,..s. m v
Miss nahnr frviav 4Uii tlL
edPressf"; ""' ",.iV"Mr
ar of Marlene's-4Mit so was my
mothtr and so was my fathtr."
Cr..T mzdz All
On Lccss Folic
Communist organ Pravda yester yesterday
day yesterday reported the arrest of 16 teen teenage
age teenage thieves, and blamed their
crimes on "neglect anl indulgence
hv nirtn mho wu.r
-., ........ iciiuiuea neavv
drinking and night-long carouses."
L M net mnmhir .l
i no tatner of ant of tha yauth yauth-ful
ful yauth-ful prisoners is an Army Wficar,
tht Red organ said, and tho
molher of anothtr Is a hotel
man9r. A third boy's mothtr
is chief enqinttr af tht Aircraft
rmi Ktry Ministry and his. step step-f
f step-f athpr is a senior govtrnmtnt
statistician. :" ':-:,:" ';:...-
Demo Drive Set
(tT L JhV "WctBtic party
wifl seek funds frora the grass grassroots
roots grassroots level In a "dollars for Demo Democrats,
crats, Democrats, one-day, door-to-door cam campaign
paign campaign to which aU Democratic
candidates, including Adlai Ste Stevenson,
venson, Stevenson, will participate.
Democratic National Treasurer
Matthew H. McCloskey, fa disclos disclosing
ing disclosing the proposed fund drive at yes yes-ti
ti yes-ti 'ay's meeting of the DemotTi
tsc stat committee, said its rl -taits
will be announced by
.v i i.t a news conference ii,
i t Monday.-
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
I Carryall-International flat truck;
both licensed and insured. Will
accept beat cash offer Also have
Chevrolet "Flat Dump," net li licensed,
censed, licensed, but goad condition. May
be seen at Scott Company, Ct
lea. Phone 48 Colon.
LEAVING ISTHMUS.- Must Mil
1949 DeSote Custom Coupe. Ex-
callenf condition, $450. Amador
3230 until 4 p.m., Balboa 2762
after 4.' 1'V. ..'-.; .".
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, new battery, 3 new rt
lirea, radio $425 eash. House'
5064-A, pest Diabla Clubhause.
Phone 2-257B.C .
F6R SALE: I95J Fordo, Cut Cut-tomlina
tomlina Cut-tomlina Ford Sedan. ; Exctllent
condition with many extras, I3,
miles. Also want I -hp 25-cycbj
morar.'Fhone Bal. 3069.
FOR SALE: ,1953. Plymouth
Suburban Station Wagon, aver,
drive, radio and heater, ane own own-r,
r, own-r, in perfect condition, $975.
214-B Darien Place. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2-6364.
FOR SALE. 1953 Chev. BelAir
hardtop. Clean. Bargain. Phtnt
Navy 3119. V-'.-,.,,
FOR SALE-1954 Buick Rivit Rivit-ra,
ra, Rivit-ra, rtd with white top, lew mile mileage,
age, mileage, A-l condition. Price $1750.
65B-B, Curundu Hgta.
FOR SALE: 1952 Pontiac 8.
Hydramatic, R6-H, 7 w-s-wtirei,
exctllent condition. Owner leav leaving
ing leaving Zona. Far quick sale. Bert
tfftr aver $700. Call 14-4244
FOR SALE-Ts highest bidder,
one 1947 Buick sedan in used
condition : This automobile can can-be
be can-be seen any day at thfObras
. Publicas corral between 7:30
. a.m. and 1 p.m. This automobile
' will be se'd to t-.e h- .t b 1-'d-r
an J ar 13, 1.S.
fuil iniant.,, ,n can l obtairud
at tiie Earejiu ef PUb.,c Roads,
Via tspina 16, Panama City.
FOR SALE: Nash Rambler
Convertible, 4 new tubeless tires,
radio, heater. A steal at ane
thousand bucks i
FOA SALE: 1954 Studebaker
Regal Deluxe Coupe. Leeks like
new. Leather upholstery, over overdrive.
drive. overdrive. Has had only ana owner.
Can be seen at TI-SS or call ,'
J. I. Hopkins. Balboa 2966.
Easy terms if necessary i
Set By Hospital
, WASHINGTON, Sept. 15,-. (UP)
Welfare Secretary Marion. B.
Folsom announced tnrtav ho i.'ot
ting. UD- a covernment .Hmcnru
committee to study ways of ad adapting
apting adapting hospital facilities and serv services
ices services to the noes of patients.
The committee's main objective
will be to cut cost narfimlarlv
for patients who need only llmitedi
services. It will be headed by Dr.
Russell Nelson, Hopkins Hospital.!
CASA PROPIA, S. A. (OWN YOUR IIQJIE, INC) is starting to
build 70 one-bedroom bungalows at the end of lOlh. Slrect- Rio A
.b'ajo, next to the Barbadian Society buiUing. Total price will be on on-ly
ly on-ly $M W with, a down payment of $S4t and a monthly payment
of $25 which includes interest. Two-bedroom homes like the above
picture will cost $3,930, with $1,000 down payment and $33 a
month. For f uri! cr information fo to GSA PROPIA, S. A. at East
CCth. St. No. 15. ia front of the Mini -ry cf I ir.ar.re, .-.!f block from
t' IV :i IT 1 cr c:i lVr.it 0-1 II.
Dorese Waitos School of Dancing
. accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 years old and up..
Classes for beginners, interme intermediates,
diates, intermediates, and advanced students hi
tvery af e group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phone 2-2363.
Vcntcd To Rent
WANTED: 2-bedroom house
r apartment, preferable in Be Be-tania.
tania. Be-tania. Will take goad care of
property. Phone 3-5092.
RESCUER COMMENDED MSgt. Arthur V. German of th
Canal Zone Pacific Power Squadron Illustrates how he maneu maneuvered
vered maneuvered between two vessels to rescue a "man overboard" near
Gatun Locks. Sgt German was commended for his seaman-i1?vbyr,Cm,dr-
E' handler (right) at a Souadron meetlnr
In the Driftwood Lounge, Albrook, Thursday evening
A mixture of danger and delight that takes Impudent
liberties as an. unklssed bride and her fellow suspects try
... to cover up a murder! See "TIIE TROUBLE WITH HARRY"
. in VistaVision and Technicolor, which OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
DAY WEDNESDAY 19 AT THE CENTRAL, starring Edmund Gwenn, John
Forsytbe and Shirley Maclaine.
Eoats & Motors
FOR SALE.- M-ft. Dutch ma marina
rina marina mahogany boat, 6 rodi,
. reels, 2?-hp. Evinruda '54r tea
boxes, gas can, tarpaulin, an anchors
chors anchors and line; 1 Chev. Bush
uggy, vintage 37 and trailer.
Call 3-1958. ,,
FOR SALE: 20-ft. cabin crura- t,
er. good condition. Quick sal I
$300. Call Gaines, 82-2157.
$25 A MONTH
'sArr-s.vr. srPTr.:rr:t is, i?s$
TT2 PANAMA "AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAITY NEWSPAPER
C:f::s Of US Filers
DyVn By H
Enreub To Jz;:n N
HONG KONG, Sept 14 (UP)
The bodies : of two U.S. Navy
pirmen, whose plane was shot
down off the China coast last
Great Double o! Action!
THE LAST COMMAND
with Ernest Borgnine and
A MAN ALONE '..
with Ray Milland
And famous musical short:
R ED -SUNDOWN
' with Cleo Moore
with John Payne
V 6 Chapters 7-9 ..
- Also; -TWO
i month, will be sent to Japan
by th first available ship, the
British consul general in Shan
thai said yesterday.
The bodies of William F. Ras Raskins
kins Raskins and Jack A. Curtis were
turned over to Consul General
I SEREN Al) E I
"Well, don't Just
J v -If
MOVfS 7 JMDO
HOLLYWOOD (NT: A) Guys'
and Dolls. A widely heralded
movie recently brought to the
screen a new gTamor babe that a
major studio thought would.be an
overnight star. Instead, she was
the year's biggest flop and hasn't
been heard from since.
Reading about the recent Diana
nnnl dimkin? par-i
, I 1
(no i.' i
t fv iofrn't t V s'e
deserved the t-.ar nonuiMiiun lor
best supporting periormance inisi
year. She s. graieiui tor Having re
ceived the high .honor, but she
ays:. '., :' '(-'r
"I felt that I W not really
eerned the neminetion wilh 'Rose
Tattoo. I think that such a great
honer vhauld come only to those
whe : have proven, themselves in
many pictures ever, many years.
I have been in films for only three
years,, and 1 still have so much
te ieern." J
Now. emoting opposite Tony
Curtis In "The Eyes of Father
Tomasino," Marlsa, as shy as
she's modest, says she even felt
a little guilty about receiving- the
nomination and frankly admits
shs was relieved when the Oscar
went to- Jo .Van Fleet. ; -!
Ava Gardner is putting' it right-that
on the line in denying a romance
with Tennessee Williams or a yen
to bask- a la Monroe in hie intel intellectual
lectual intellectual light. Says va, who dated
Tennessee in RomTV
i "No, I'm not doing one of those
cultural as; iratlons. acts. But Mr.
Williams,- who has been staying
near me in Madrid, sent me a
message that he was in Rome
and thought it would be friendly
IT LOCKS SHARP. FEELS SHARP-DeflniteJy not de-
. signed for after-dinner lounging is the spike-studded armchair,
... above, one of the most dreaded torture instruments of the
Middle Ages. While the clothes ol the demonstrating police policeman
man policeman provide some protection,1 medieval defendants were placed
, into the chair naked to enforce confessions from them during
court hearings. The torture seat is one of marly gruesome
exfiibit at International Police Exhibition In EssenGermany.
start! Do something!"
for neighbors to meet at last. In
Spain; we never met. I didn't like
to maHe the first move. But I'd
been hoping for an opportunity
ana its taken this Rome trip to
kfKM it .1 I
Tw Yuri with the Armv It
the next big step in the career of
Mouywooct s youngest star, 17-
year-old S1 ,!mpo, the lad
.nvs the v
ti Oscar bid hasn't
1 Sal's head and he's
' i hi, r about playing a
i k and imi prl-happy' 1 a d ; .in
u-i s iiay Love" than a juve-
This drummer i bit," he tavs
"is the greatest." ; J ' -5
Sal. on .. the subject 'of glrll
lr tends: ... -r-,
"I don't go for-this steady bus!
ness, and i don t. take out movie
girls. My gang wouldn t like it."
. Hollywood hetes te admit it, but
the screens best known western
ers are really easterners. Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Sctitt, riding the range again
in "The Captives," was born In
Virginia. John Wayne is from
Iowa; Roy Rogers from Ohio. And
the most famous western star of
them all, the late Bill Hart, came
from Brooklyn! .
No career separations for Virsmerce to MinneaDolis for the Na
ginie Meyo end Mike O'Shea. The,
reson, they re happy to report.
they ere celebrating nine
years of marriage. --',
"Separa'ion because of work,"
Virginia Aid me on the set
"Bfufalo Grass,", "is the root
many Hollywood domestic iron
bles. We agreed that neither will
go away on any show business
assignment for any length of time
without the other. going along. I
may sound dull, but it's marriage
i j -1 i.
insurance ana we ukc u.
Big Tex Symbol Of Big T;
And He IS; The Fair Giant
BIG TEX The. .giant sized
cowboy figure which has "become
a familiar and spectacular sight
at the Sute Fair of Texas is an
appropriate symbol of the spirit
and scope of the nation's largest
annual exposition: His dimensions
are impressive: his heart, of
course, is ai big as all outdoors.
Each year since 1952 he has
stood at the 'Crossroads" of the
fairgrounds, between the Electric
and Automobile Buildings.."
Tax stands 52 fact high, tall is
four-story building. His smile is
yard wide. His chest measures
31 feet; his waist, 23; biceps, J
feet I inches; his hand is 1 feet
across, his beets are 1 feet 7
inches high. His heae) is I f a t
from chin te tep.
Tex's steel skeleton was first
built In 1949 for the Christmas ho-
liday season in Korens, Texsj. Aft After
er After using the huge Santa Claus fig
ure for two years, tne & o r e n
Chamber of Commerce wrote the
Fair offering to sell their, huge
Christmas decoration. The F a I r
bought the figure for about $750,
planning to use it on the fair fairgrounds
grounds fairgrounds during the Christmas aea aea-son
son aea-son of 1951. But the Fair's presi president,
dent, president, R. L. .Thornton, Sr,; envi envisioned
sioned envisioned the gigantic figure as a
cowboy, a huge symbol of the na nation's
tion's nation's largest annual. exposition.
A Dallas artist. Jack Bridges,
went to work directing application
of baling wire, chicken wire, and
papier-mache to the huge steel
frame. -'.-;. .--..'' :
Then the H. D. Lee 'company
volunteered to dress the figure
in Western Style garments.
crew working three weeks te fin
ish the clothes used e,SW yards
ef thread, 121 yards of plaid
material for the aixe 90 shirts,
and 102 yards of blue denim for
the size 274 jeans. The sturned
out to be the biggest garments
ever sewn, and cost an estimat-
ed $2,2C0. '.;.'
When Tex was all decked out in
his new wardrobe, an 8-man crew
with a 65-foot crane lowered Tex
n into rs size 70 fin's and use-i a
.iT:. a to put ta s ;! ,un
hat. liis boots- are anchored ..Jo
two 6 inuh sii cl pipe's buried 11
feet in the ground in concrete
blocks. His backbone is made out
of oil-well pipe.
In 1953 Tex was wired for
sound. It took t weeks ef work
' end 300 pounds of equipment te
give Ter an electronic voice and
waggle his huge few in synchro
nizetion with his talk. T e x's
voice box is an electronic gadget
. which is one foot long, I inches
: In diameter and w e i g h s 34
: pounds. The 'voice" which can
emanate :: from a microphone,
record er tape is transmitted
ever a speaker system.
Tex's voice has five tones and
his jaw is constructed to open nat naturally,
urally, naturally, increasing in size with the
increasing volume of his voice.
and svnchonmzed with the spok
en word. A 2-pound counter bal
ancing weight in the top of his
mouth eliminates the danger of
wind forcing his jaw, open.
In 1953 Tex took a trip with the
Dallas Junior Chamber of
Chamber or Com
tional Jaycee Convention. In 1955,
Tex was sent to ADiiene tor a
homecoming celebration at Abi
lene Christian College.
' Braniff International Airwavs.
i me uan3 ubscu aurune, is er
offransina snecial tours from Pana
,l r-ii. u i ; I :
ma to the Texas State Fair. Bran
Arrived In Port?
BEIRUT, Lebanon, Sept. 15
(UP) The newspaper Aanahar
today said that Soviet arms and
volunteers arrived in the Egypt
ian port 0l- Alexandria.1 this
week:.'. r', (. a-.
It said this w the reason
thaC Alexandria was ordered
closed for four days. -
(EevDtian dispatches said the
port was closed because, of naval
During this Deriod, Anahar
said, Soviet arms and volunteers
were disembarked. A majority of
the volunteers are specialist in
sabotage and terrorist activities,
the newspaper laid. ;'
' A LIGHT STORY
SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) A
sheriff's denuty stopped two teen-
aged bicycle riders and told them
to get some lights for their bikes.
They did. An hour later, another
officer stopped the boys. He re relieved
lieved relieved them of some red lanterns
which had been taken trora a con construction
struction construction company.
60c. TODAY 30c.
Double Weekend Attraction!
' '- WALT DISNEY'S
'The Vanishing Prairie"
Shows: 1:20, 4:55, 1:30 p.m.
Plus: Virginia Mayo
Robert Stack in
"GREAT DAY IN THE
Shows: 2:50, 6:05, 9:40 p.m.
iff has tourist flights, as well as
first-class flights from Panama to
Dallas, and last year carried many
visitors from the Isthmus to the
Youthful Baptist Ordained
ay At First
0 ' i si
Errol 3. Palmer Jr. son of Mrs. a.m., 3 p.m., and 7:15 p.m. The
Edna P.aimer-Beecher and the guest speaker at the 3: o clock
late Errol Palmer Sr. will be or-' service will be Mrs. Fred S. Roth,
dained to the Christian Ministry atiwife of the Pastor of the Margar
an ordination service to be held atUa Baptist Church. The chair will
the First Isthmian Baptist Church
in Cristobal tonight at T
Pslmer before leaving for the Latin-American
where he received his theological
training, was one of the outstand outstanding
ing outstanding youth leaders of the First Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Baptist Church.
- The ordination sermon will be
given by Dr. R. G. Lee preacher
of the United States of America.
The charge to the Church will be
given by the Rev. David Morgan;
the charge to the candidate by-the
Rev. Fred S. Roth Pastor of t h e
First Baptist Church of' Margari Margarita;
ta; Margarita; the ordination prayer will be
offered by Chaplain Ralph Arms
of Fort Gulick. The caadidate for
ordination will be presented by the
Rev, aylvanus A.; Scarlett. Sever-
-i -.1 : : : I . j : . t.
al other ministers including the
Rev. William Rpphv F. H Wal.
'ters, and Chaplain John Lollings-
worth will be participating in ihe
service. ,, : t
Throughout Sunday, the W.M.U.
Will be celebrating their anniver
sary. Services will be held at 11
Showing bt Your Service
DIABLO UTS. C:15 1:15'
e.Van 'llefllh'' ''"'l
"coiat t;:;;ie asj feat
Sun.. "Birds and The Bees"
MARGARITA S:15 t;15
"Good Morning Miss Dove"
V, i:-: o
Sun. "Count Three k Pray"
A LB OA
Sun- Mon. "VIEW FROM
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:35
o o o o s
1:00, 2:58, 4:56, 6:54, 8:52
f : ::at:c:ial
I wh:,' dancei Y
K "Wonders of Manhattan"
iArytoa Pullan'by. Communist
Chinese authorities yesterday.
The two were among the It
crewmen aboard a U.S. Navy
patrol plane shot down by Com Communis;
munis; Communis; Chinese planes Aug. 23.
The reds said the bodies were
washed ashore on Communist Communist-held
held Communist-held islsnds off ths mainland
An extensive air and sea search
curlier by American forces re recovered
covered recovered the bodies of two oth other
er other crewmen,
be taken bv Mrs. Eloise Small; :
The guest speaker at the 3 o'
clock service will be Mrs. Fred S.
Roth. Chairman for the occasion
will be Mrs. Eloise Small.
These celebrations will be cli climaxed
maxed climaxed on Tuesday night at 7:30
p.m. by the coronation of the first
Girls'. Auxiliary of the church to
have attained the Step 'Queen.'!.
Army Chief Taylor;
For Two Dcy Stay
Mexico' cify.' sept, w -up)
U. S. Army Chief of staff Max-
well Taylor arrived nere last mgm
ti It I uAuiA,.v
from Panama to attend Mexico's
lndenpendence day celebrations
to morrow and Sunday.
Tavlor will Call on President
Adolfo Ruiz. Cortines, Defense
Minister Gen. Matias Ramos San Santos
tos Santos and Foreeln Minister Luis
Padilla Nervo during his visit,
Center Jheatres Today!
"THE LAST COMMAND"
Sun. "A Man Alone"
GATVN 7:09 r
"SANTA IE PASSAGE"
Sun. 'Tou're Never Too Young
Rock Hudson '
"NEVER SAY GOODBYE"
Also Showings Sun. Mon.
2:30 4:25 6:20 8:15
the Rains of
SANTA CRUZ :15 1:40
"Man with the Golden Arm"
"THE LIVING DESERT"
o S O A
1:10, 3:05, 5:00, 6:55, 8:50
)mumt : ( i i I h
A J TS
. stirring Sterling W
, United Artutt bj
MENU A LA MERMAID A bevy of aquatic belles unveils its watery magic for customers at
Austria's -newest "upderwster". restaurant at Innsbruck. The mermaids swim behind a Uauspar-
mt git m -wall separating the restaurant and the open-air pooL
Parley 01 Uniled
Sunday Schools ..
On At Tropical Club j
The. 13th annual United Sunday
Schools Convention which started
on Tuesday night at the Club
Tropical with a variety Program
arm bible contest will continue for
two days over the comming week
end. v: v i
The 11 schools participating in
this annual even are the Salvation
Army, Bethany and First isthmian
Baptist, Christian Mission, Church
of God, Christ Church-by-the Sea,
Pentecostal Church of God at Ca-.
tiva, Ebenezer and Trinity Methc-
Tomorrow instead of the usual
united' worship service,. United
Graded Sunday School Sessions
will be held simultaneously at 3,
p. m. at the following churches:
Trinity Methodist Church on 7th
Street the Primary 'Junior school
or scholars up to 11 years of age.:
This' group will be addressed by;
Sr. CapL.Sislyn Taylor; for In Intermediates
termediates Intermediates or scholars over 11
and up to 13 years of age at the;
Christian Mission on 4th Street J
This group will be addressed by
Elder Taylor. I Tb Seniors and
Young people or scholars over 15;
years, of age will meet at the Bet Bethany
hany Bethany Baptist in Rainbow City.'
Rev. David Morgan will jadikess
this group. -
The respective Sunday School
superintendents will conduct the
session, teachers will be assigned
mixed classes and take part In
the devotions, scholars will ren render
der render a short program during as assembly
sembly assembly aud the various 'schools
will respond to t. roll call. The
Subject of the lessin chosen for
the session is "Youth Wants to
Know about the Bible" based on
various scripture passages. I
The Convention comes to a close
with a public meeting on Monday;
night, at the Trinity Methodist
Church beginning at 7:30. Rev.
Samuel Walden will be chairman
and the evening's address will be
delivered by Rev. James P. Far Farmer,
mer, Farmer, newly appointed rector of:
"Youth Wants to Know." ',
Mrs.' Farmer' will present the
prizes to the successful scholars iq
the recent bible contest, also the
convention trophy to the; Pente-,
costal Church ol God S u n d y
School, which scored the, highest
total points in the contest ,At tins;
meeting the Sunday-school Super Superintendents
intendents Superintendents will bring greetings
irom their respective schools andi
several of the schools choirs wiL
The general public Is invited to
attend these meetings, ',,
Unity S&S Club
Dn Oct. 6 ; 1
The Unity. Social and Sporting
Club will sponsor a pre-Halloween
dance at the Santa Cruz Service
Center on Saturday, Oct. 6. i
'Music will be furnished by An-
gelo Jaspe and his ocrchestra.
Suspense!... Terror!... Violence!.:. Like no other picture since "Scarf aceand "L t-w
tie Caesar" you'll find it in the exciting race track robbery film,, "THE KILLING, a Unit United
ed United Artists release which will open today at the Central Theatre, "THE KILLING" was
adapted for the screen by Stanley Kubrick from the novel, 'Clean Break" by Lionel White.
A - 4
' 1 T J - 4
' Somewhere in the shadows 'of the city they wait for,
hlra ; the law! . the lawless!; and -fear! The story of
an innocent man caught in a half -world that c"esn't stop,
at Murder but starts with it... where every kk betravs
, and every bullet has a name on it! "THE PRICE OF FEAR"
susnense drama starring Merle Oberon 'and Lex Barker
OPENS AT THE LUX ON WEDNESDAY U. f
MIDNITE SHOW;' 11:00 P.M. v
"FROM HERE TO ETERNITY"
Jhe famed Pulitzer Prize
A LOVE STORY
':' '. fjreattjstl
,.t!r; 1 30c.
v. 7. 9;C0
play on the screen at last
Bstty Field Susan Stuasmrc t
o o o o ,'o .o ,o e
THZ PANAMA AMERICAN AN INTIXCT IXT EATIT KETTSPArES
SATIT.DAT, SIFTCirrrt 13, 15'3
:ei-'OT&w liven -wim
Phillies :Uop iSIibraukee
134-While Brooklyn Wins
NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (UP) The Milwaukee
- Braves clung: to a one-game lead in the nerve-wracking
National League race today but to the Brooklyn
Dodgers it's "all even again"
( That's because the Dodgers a a-.
. a-. gain drew even with the Braves
Jin the all-important "lost col col-'
' col-' umn" when they beat the chica-
rn l"!iih 4- last, nlirht and the
Philadelphia Phillies crushed the
" leaders, 13-1. The Braves' one one-game
game one-game lead tfcems from the fact
they've won two extra games but
the Dodgers reason they still
have the two extra games on
their, schedule to make up those
wins,.. : ; ;.' .j".
Old pros Pee wee Reese and
Carl Furillo struck the key blows
for the Dodgers, who got a ter terrific
rific terrific battle from $80,000 bonus
pitcher Moe Drabowski. Reese
opened the winning, three-run
eighth-Inning rally with a dou-
. ble after Drabowsky limited the
Dodgers to three hits for seven
, frames and Furillo capped It
TV I L 11 '1 ITU 1 UU UUUUKi f IUU1V
also scored on an error by Gene
; Relief pitcher Don Bessent
received cred't for his fourth
win although Clem Labine
came out of the bullpen to 're 'retire
tire 'retire pinch-hitter Jim King for
the game's last out. ; It was
Drabowsky's third loss against
The fifth-place Phillies scored
their 11th win in 21 : meetings
wit h the Braves this season with
a 17-hlt barrage that included a
crand slam homer by Solly He
,mus and a three-run round round-tripper.
tripper. round-tripper. by Del Ennis. Harvey
Haddix pitched six-nit bail, in including
cluding including a homer by Del Cran Cran-dall;
dall; Cran-dall; to win his ,13th game for
the Phillies. Lew Burdette was
kayoed in 3 2-3 innings and suf suffered
fered suffered his 10th defeat against 18
I Willie Mays blasted his 31st
and 32nd homers to knock In all
the New York Giants' runs in a
3-0 victory over the St. Louis
Cardinals in the only other Na National
tional National League game. Ruben Go Gomez
mez Gomez pitched a five-hitter and
ytmrk out five to, raise his sea-
otms. record to 5-15.- v ;
In t'ihe' Amerlca-fi league, the
New York Yankees reduced their
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, kirmf ar twayaint. n
the Want Ait.
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Weekly sailings. ol twelve passenger ships to New:'
., York, New Orleans, Los Anjjeles, San Francisco
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SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER PARES FROM
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Te New lark and Return ......$24001
Ta Los ABgele and San Franclsc and
- Jteturning from Los Angeles $270 00
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CRISTOBAL 2121 .a PANAMA 2-j.9tH
pennant-winninr "magic num
ber"- to three with a 5-1 win over
the Detroit Tigers while the
Cleveland Indians split a dou dou-bleheader
bleheader dou-bleheader with the Boston Red
Sox. ... ....
" Yogi Berra set a new career
record for homers by a catcher
when he walloped the 237th of
a 10-year career durng the
Yankee triumph. Don limn,
meanwhile, turned in a four four-hitter
hitter four-hitter to win his ninth game.
The Yankees now can clinch
their seventh pennant in eight
years ander Casey Stengel by
beating the Tigers today and;
splitting tomorrow's double double-header
header double-header with the Indians.
, -V', ..."
Herb Score pitched a four-hitter
and fanned eight while Bob
by Avila walloped a grand slam
homer as the Indians beat the
Red Sox, 10-2, in the opener of
their twl-night doubleheader.
But the Red Sox. $6 .two-hit
pitching from Dave Sisler in the
nightcap tq gain a split with a
4-3 decision. Sisler had a no no-hltter
hltter no-hltter for 7 1-3 innings and
pitched his first nine-inning wia
Ted Williams had three-for-three
during the doubleheader
and took over the A.L. batting
lead with .353 compared to
Mickey Mantle's .351. v t:
Ron Northev singled home the
winnlnsr run in the 11th inning
as the Chicago White Sox beat
the Baltimore orioies. a-z. ijick
Donovan went the distance,
striking- out eight to win nis
11th, decision. ,,,.,.,,
Ted Abernathy pitched a slx-
hltter and broke a 1-1 tie with
run-producing single in the sev seventh
enth seventh inninor to lead the Wash
ington Senators to a 4-1 win over
the Kansas CKy Athletics. Ed
die Yost homered for the Sen Senators.
. i (. T-. T :--
YESTERDAY'S STAR T 1
W'lliams,.; who took over the
American League batting lead
with 53 average.
Costs Lew To Sell
aHoiuf This Wav!
t m Mil H fait vea il veal
Brier -yea Mil H t Imi cm! h
Vu when f9 tun lltrlt Want
A4 w Ka noma Aaiarlcaa.
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. .,.Oct. 19
ul'lVn- '" J .. ...... It..! lL,ri.t) j
fry?? -; Aiv ;
v t -;:V i : Cristobal :'j
.... :.. . . :z .. .sept, n
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a a ... a ......... a 4 , , ; N Oct 5
...................... .v;Oct I
In The F.Iajcrs
(Based on 350 official at bats)
' : 1 . -. t -
Player, Club i it I h pel
Aaron. Mil. 141 557 103 183 .329
Virdon. Pitts. 144 529 71 169 -313
Moon, St. h. 137 495 84 157 .317
S'dienst, N.Y. 118 437 54 138 .316
Muslal, St. Li 144 538 75 168 .309
Williams, Bos 123 354 62 125 .353
Mantle, N.Y. 137 501 124 176 .351
Kuenn, Det, 132 535 84 177 .331
Nieman, BaL 117 396 57 129 .326
Maxwell, D. : 127 448 89 145 .324
. HOMI RUNS
Mantle, Yanks ......... 48
Snider, Dodgers 38
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 38
Adcock, Braves ......... 37
Mathews, Braves ........ 35
Kluszewski, Redlegs .... 35
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks ......... 119
Kaline, Tigers 116
' Kluszewski, Redlegs . 101
Muslal, Cards ...... r; 100
Simpson, Athletes! , . 100
Mantle, Yanks ....
Fox, White Sox
Fox, White Sox
(Based on 15 Decisions)'
W L Pet
Newcombe, Dodeers ..23 8 ..7!)3
Ford, Yanks 18 5 .783
Pierce, White Sox ...20 7. .74i
Freeman. Jledlees ;..13 5 .722
Kucks. Yanks 18 7 .720
WILMINGTON. Deh WEA1
Bill Kiliefer maintains that hitting bers of all of the Armed Serv Serv-home
home Serv-home run today Is "much easier,ices,' which, we feel, will be' a
-o question about if than in great help in making the 5th
B80e Huth S time. ; Annual Panama Marlta . rlnh
AU the balls being hit but of,
pares, icspeciauy y ntue guys,
makes yott wonder what, they're
made of,'? Says the long-time ma-
jor league catcher and manager.
sireicning contenteaiy on the
24 for the PhilUes in 1915 to lead
the National League, a marvelous
leat even in little Baker Bowl
"Ruth, Cravath and the other
sluggers of their, period hit a-
gainst all kinds of pitches, the spit spit-ball
ball spit-ball included. The slider t hey
...u.muw.,.u pt.vuuis, uuv hi
ways been in the game,."
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Torfov Encanto .35 20
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Cyd Charisse in
"MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS"
Leslie Caron in
G A B Y
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Jeanne Craln in
"DUEL IN THE JUNGLE"
William Holden in
FORCE OF ARMS
Toronto Needs One MoreNm
To Advance To Playoff Finals
GIANT TALLY Jackie Branflt tf the "Giants slides safely In In-to
to In-to home as he scores from second base on, Bill! Sarni's hit in
the first inning of the Giant-Cincinnati game in New York
Redleg outfielder Wally Ppsfs throw to catcher Ed Bailey
was not in timev Umpire Bill Jackowski calls the play as
Foster Castleman (12) of tha -Giants looks on. Cincinnati
Fifth Annual : Psnama Marlin
Club Jdurnariient Uov. 3 to 11
It Is almost tournament time
again and since there have been
so many peopleshowing such
keen interest Iri the v coming
event" we will give an ? inside
look on the tournament commit-
icee's- program. ; i '
The Panama Marlin Club is
very pleased at the interest
shown thrnnirfc assktanrA nnrt
Tournament t.h -best vp held
in the Bay of Panama.
The following xulcs and In Instructions
structions Instructions have been carefully
worked out by th tournament
Sak'?nJ ?nan,ges!n he t?Uqv,:,
lng schedule all participants will
De aavisea;, t 4f,
.' The Panama iMarlin club1s
5th Annual Tournament will be
held Nov. 3 to U; Inclusive.
All sporty fishermen in Pana-
m M: Canal Zone are in-
i-.ulted to nartlplnatp In this tYnr.
nament. This is a wonderful op opportunity
portunity opportunity for owners of some of
ivhe small boats in this ; area to
gu uii ai, cauucu vi iH, 3 viicjr
will be constantly accompanied
by larger boats should an, emer emergency
gency emergency arise, and fuel, ice and
other assistance will be avail
Approximately 25 boats will
make the trip to Pifias Bay,
Panama, for the tournament
Piftas Bay is approximately 130
miles from Balboa and i3 one
of the mosli beautiful spots of all
on the Panama coastline. A doc
tor win accompany us on the
tournament and radio contact
will.be maintained between the
boats, Pinas Bay and Balboa at
all times 1 t
The fishintr area. will Include
the whole: of Panama Bay and
50 miles south of a line from Pl Pl-flas
flas Pl-flas to Cape Mala.
Entrance-fee will be $15 for
Marlin Club members and state stateside
side stateside entries' and $20 for non-
members, except those fishing,'
from U.S. Government owned I
boats. Of the $20, $15 will go for
tournament fees, and $5 to the
Panama Marlin Club'treasurj' l
The entrance fee must be paid
To Htt UajHty
' Qtien KliubrU Q
' tnob'tt Whtaky IHitiltan
,ciaL HiNwauex. .,
no later than November 1. This
fee will :ovet trophies, prizes
ana tournament, expenses, r
Tne contest will start at 8
a.m, on Saturday, Nov. 3 tind
end Sunday t Nov. 11,, at 5 p.m.
Fishing hours will be 6 a.m. to
p.m. daily., Anv fish honkpd
before 5 p.m. will be eligible for
uuuiijruuon regaraiess i r. ''me
landed;-: No-flsh--hooked before
6 a.m. or after will be elidble.
execpu nsn caugnt in the ren-
All fish eligible for competi competition
tion competition must be caueht on rod and
reel and must be caught on 80
puuuu ies nne or below.
au entries must be weighed
on official scales provided by
the tournament committee. All
fish will be iudeed as wciphpri
In all ties the prizes will be di divided
vided divided according to the number
of entries tied. .k'v
A Panama Marlin rtnh Vnm.
petstion eniry blank and data
sneet must oe turned in bv S
a.m. on the day following the
catch to the tournament com
mittee, excent in eYr.entinnnr
circumstances, tnat are approv approved
ed approved by tournament committee.
.-wo released fish will be con considered
sidered considered for a prize. Special
blanks will be provided for dai daily
ly daily record of raised, released
and boated marlin and sailflsh.
All entry forms must be signed
uy uie usnerman maKing catch,
the ; tournament weiehmaster
and one Panama Marlin .Club
AvgNio aouvAa Tin, eotoM
y v ,'...( -'v -.,
. i (PLAYOFFS)
- ' Won Lost
Rochester 2 1
Miami ................ T- i.
Toronto ..'...'; S 1
Montreal 1 3
Toronto 203 114 00W12 14
Montreal tinn nno s o
Woiev and Sawatskl- Milliken
Walz (3), Cole (6), Mickens (8
ana KoseDoro: t.p- MiniKen.
uks;. uaoe, Morton, sawatsKU
wjiw xuKiv, aepi. is iur )
The Toronto Maple Leafs, regu regular
lar regular season pennant winners in
the International League", now
are on the verge of clinching a
berth in the playoff finals. ...
Last night the Leafs, serine
a dozen runs for the second-)
nieht in succession. Bounded
hits, including three home runs,
Im I1) I "Aolra.ntallr If rTV T nn 1
nave now taken three out oi
four from the Royals and a vic victory
tory victory tonighlt will send them in into
to into the final round olthe play-
nffv atrolncf tWa i1nna. nt --) a
Miami-Rochester set, which the
wings ieaa, iwo games to one.
Pete Wojey, a former friend
in an enemy uniform went the
route against the' Royals
holding them to one run for.
the f'rst eight Innings, then
weakened and staggered
through a five-run ninth
The ex-Dodger was helped by
Circuit clouts hv Tlrpn Rahp
Lew Moriton and Carl Sawatskl.
The Leaf catcher now bun three
homers in four playoff games.
' Toronto hopped on Montreal
starter Bob Milliken for two runs
in the first and knocked "him
out in the third with three
more, as Bob Walz, the, first of
the Royal reliefers came on. In
the sixth Morton- and sawat
skl each hit two-run homers to
anve in tour more runs. Babe
hit a solo homer In the seventh,
and Glenn Mlckcns who pitrriPd
the ninth fur Montreal gave up
the final Toronto run.
Montreal will probably start
Hi ace left-hander, Fred Kinp,
tonight, in an effort to stay
alive in the playoffs. Toronto
is expected to send Ed Blake.
x Gary Blaylock and Don Car Car-well
well Car-well wlU most likely be the op opposing
posing opposing pitchers in the Rochester-Miami
set which Resumes
at Miami, tonight.
tfc.b Gives Up
llonjer Chnce$ Slini
DETROIT, Sept. 15-ioiPJw
Mickey Mantle, who's just a a-bout
bout a-bout given up hope of break-v
ing Babe Ruth' home run
record, today surrendered the
American League batting lead
to Ted WUTams,.
Mantle ; collected only one
hit in five tries for the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees yesterday while Williams
went 3-for-3 in a twi-night)
doubleheader with the In Indians.
dians. Indians. As a result,; Mantle's
average dipped to .351 and
Williams took over the lead7
with .353. -, : -.-
W'lllams requires 46 official
times at bat in the Red Sox' 13
remaining games to be eligible
for the title. Williams has av averaged
eraged averaged 19 at bats per game
this season so could fall short
of the required 400. T ;
Mantle, meanwhile, must now
Jit 13 homers In the Yankees'
final 13 games to break Ruth's
record. Even "Bet A Mill on
Gates" wouldn't risk a quarter
on his chances.
Jones Says Last
t.Ws 7in 'Cn3 :
01 Lousbsl Fi-Lls'.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 13
(UP) Middleweight conten contender
der contender Ralph (T ger) Jones ac acknowledged
knowledged acknowledged today that hls na na-tiDnally
tiDnally na-tiDnally televised, split-decl.
sinn victory. over young Will
Greaves was "one of my lou lousiest
siest lousiest fights." v-:-:- :v-'
Jones, ring veteran from
Yonkers, N.Y., ranked fourth
In the middleweight division,
sa d he was "sluggish and ofP'
in the 10 round scrp at Capi Capitol
tol Capitol Arena; which he won by
the margin of one point on
the scorecard of the referee.
Greaves Canadian now fight fighting,
ing, fighting, eut of Pittsburgh, received
a solid 97-90 vote from jude
Julian Whitestone. But judge
Charlie Buck favored Jones by
the reverse score, 97-90, and
referee Marty Gallagher tip tipped
ped tipped It in the New Yorker's fa favor
vor favor 94-93.
' ONE HIGH NOTE
HANOVER, N. H. (NEA) -End
Monte Pascoe of Darthmout is so-
loist witb his frat glee club. ' 1
.Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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Milwaukee at Philadelphia
Chicago at Brooklyn
St. Louis at New York
' lESTKKDATS RESULTS
Milwaukee 600 001 000
I Pti iU Ann AA
020 R04 20v 13 1? i
Burdette ns-inv ci.af.r ini
ly, Murff, Johnson and Cran
dall. Rice. -.-.,
Haddix (13 6) and LopaU. t
Chicago' 000 000 1012 8 1
Brooklyn ,! 000 001 03x 4 5" 0
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Poholsky (9-12), Jackson' and
Gomes (7-15) and Westrum.!
Only games scheduled.
.TT,, Washington 100 000 3004 7 0
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (NEA) Kansas City 100 000 0001 6 1
Ninety ? Yale footbalr candidates! Abernathy (1-0) and FitzGer FitzGer-traveled
traveled FitzGer-traveled a cumulative total of aid. v
frHrrnr4tl!?n 60000 miles to reportj Craddock (0-1), Harrington,
tor practice. IBurnette and Smith.
By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK. Rnnt "l.t-niP
UTt's kickoff time today in the
ia3B couege tootpau season with
enough games scheduled to whet
the f aDnetitps of lnnp-wflfttno-
gridiron fans, even though most
01 we -Dig name teams .sun are
on the practice fields. :
The lafC. Satnrriau nf snmmpr
finds lesser-light teams in ac
tion in every section of the na nation
tion nation excent the Fast and net
week the first Saturday of fall
will be the tost "big" day of the
Here are., some of the top
games today: ,
, Montana vs Arizona at Phoe Phoenix,
nix, Phoenix, Ariz. Arizona shoots Art
Luppino. the nation's leadinir
rushlhg back for the last two
years, against a Montana team
expected to rely heavily on a
Dasslnc attack aimed at -star
end Terry Hurley, the country's
fourth-ranking pass-catcher last
year.v ,:i '..-.. ..-.. n---
Brlgham Young vs. Wichita at
Wichita,; ; Kans. Visitors.' who
won only o'ne of 10 last year, un un-derdbgs
derdbgs un-derdbgs against the co-cham-
nions nf the Miteniirt Vnllev
Conference, led by hard-hitting
ruiiDack Ed Hinman.
Iowa State vs. Denver at Den
ver, Colo. Rebuilt State team
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; TODAY'S GAMES
New York at Detroit
Boston at Cleveland
, Washington at Kansas City
YKSTL'RIM Vs irrci t i .,
New York 202 010 0004 9 I
Detroit 000 000O1O1 41
Larsen (9-5) and Berra.
Woodeschlrir ttlJlV I.
Masterson and Lau.
(Twillrht r.amt v
Boston 000 101 000 "i t
Cleveland 100 116 lOx 10 a a
Parnell (7-3), Hurd, Dorish
. Score (17-9) and Hegan. -(Night
Boston .. ono am aa 1
Cleveland 000 000 osnj o
Sisler. X7-7) and White.
Garo'a, Mossi (6-5 nri h.
(Nicht Game. 11 in n 1 n erer
Baltimore 000 000 101 002 7 T
y ji .
tnicago 100 000 010 013 12 a
Wht (8-12) and Trlandos.
Donovan (11-8) and Lollar.t
points attack headed by speedy
halfback Fred Rippel against
Denver snnad that, wt f,
--t t ,uu, m t
key men but Jhas many veterans
uii iiauu... ; 1 f
' Utah State vs. Drake at Des
Moines. la lark win who
eraged 7.6 yards rushing and ii
jam per puns ana is a Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore colt pro draft choice for
next year, heads Utah stata
against a versatile Drake squad
fpatitriTifr snuthnon, na.. T3n
er LaBrasca at quarterback.
Among ine ... otner .- leading
games of the day are:
South rarolIria-Wnffnrrf Slot.
Son-Vireinla Mllitarv Vt'ririnfa
Tech-East Carolina 1 Central
Michigan-Bradley, and Wyo. ;
ming-Colorado Western., 1
Id Meet Tuesday
There will be a meeting of
all Individuals interested in
football officiating at the Bal Balboa'
boa' Balboa' Gymnasium on Tuesdai
evening September 18. at 7:ll
All persons interested In offi officiating
ciating officiating interscholastic football
tames are requested to attend
, W a Octa
.. Oct, 18
. IU :i-'
SINK OR SWIM? That's. the question, as four students it.
Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, learn how to swim
jn deep water with tied limbs. The instructor is Dr. Edward J.
Shea, head of the men's physical department. Representing
advanced stages of difficulty in "watermanship" ability are, left
to right: Jim D. Williams, with feet lied; Bob Campbell, hands
tied; Sterling Johnson, hands and feet tied; and Ron Pemberton,
hands,. feet and body tied.
Ey HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Charley
Grimm's dismissal heale-i the ui-.
cers in the manager's ofiice of the
And not a single butterfly flits
Fred Haney's bcily.
"I've been around too long for
that, 33 years, played four years!
for Ty Cobb, you know," says the
present manager of the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee club. "But I still get mad, now
I and then. When I get mad, I hus hustle
tle hustle to the nearest room and lock
I myself up, so I won't pop off.
j "I perhaps came closest to blow blowing
ing blowing my, top in Chicago. With a
man on first base, Buly Bruton
bunted. The pitcher held up sever-
; at seconds, debating abbut throw-
ing to second base; Then he threw
to first base and I thought Bruton
! beat the throw. The play was right
in front of me because I was
coaching at first base and no one
has charged me with being stone
blind. Bill Jackowski called Bruton
i" 'You know. f said to Jackow
ski. "it's amazing how the years
mellow a fellow. A few years back
I would have charged and called
Duke. Scares North Carolina,
ButTafum Kn ovs Maryland
but, you see, the years
have softened me, you
- : ""I i
- by :
"Jackowskk didn't quite
what to do in a situation
that, so dismissed me with
ty look." N
( r 1 uy
By JIM TATUM
Noth Carolina Coach
. CHAPEL HILL, N; C. (NEA)
inis is a lougn league, uie Auan-
BUSINESS WOMEN'S BOVI.INO; Championship Award In the Ma.
LEAGUE PAA FIRST NIGHT
Pan American Airways got off
jor League last year for his 204 av average,
erage, average, knocked out a 603 the firs '.
Feck and a 553 -last Tuesday to u. n
main in urn place in the tndiv,-
.-. ..... tutm & new experience for
a Dig-ieatuc """ ":r.fc.r finish was as
Fred Utrara mnej. ... ... - - de-
aCr?S eat. and sleep good, too" hrsmiled,: evidence
that the unaccustomed heights cause s him no towea.
would the Bentleman...who in his playing days unQ" ly
rnhwrnetroit was variously described as the Tabasco Tot,
sSiVt y St' jusfplaln Bhorty (he stiU stands 5-6) ..
ff!?SW thePdifferences involved in managing a
tail-ender and a championship contender. . Mr
Thn riliher of the players makes the difference, mr.
Fanev said imply' You Ake moves you wouldn't fen dream
nf ith i last-Dlaca club. Because the personnel Is superior,
? P nmbab Uties of such moves succeeding are on your side
wi'ereas SS I bad banchb they would be hopelessly against
0U Mr Ilaney had wort championships In the pacific Coast
irue it "is hi .consistent success with the Hollywood club
t ,at had" o.t him an invitation to pack up his intellect and
TflUUryn'ol. would not presume to say UiVt man-
m.- a VmUndf-r in the miners, and one under the big top,
r ; (1 -;,Liv:; in cou. : 1 Th 1 "U he v-oukln't.
, uie Allan- .... i. u. co.noea'dual tvernen with 1W tm.i
c a-aCon.c-cnce. ., loo-vU JL "X il "rc" I, of U.e RCchi m
Major League, bad a fine 537 the
first week and was in second place T
ranking, dropped to fourth place
last Tuesday night.- Ted Wilber- of
the Stempelcers who was in third 1
place the first week with a 5S0.
,- i .5
Hantv hat grewn tirtd of say
in". "If the Braves hit, they ll
win." And is first to admit that
oeoole are as equally weary of
hearing him say It.
This is a necuiiar club." he
says. "It's much like the Giants of
1954 a hero a day. Henry Aaron
will break things up one day, as
he did in that all important first
game in Chicago every hit a big
one. The next day it will be Eddie
Mathews and then Joe Adcock.
"But we haven't had, concerted
hittinx since l took over in mm
June, and a hero-a-day may not
be enough. What we need la ;. he
This Is Haney's first opportunity
as the manager of a contending
mainr leazue club.
During his lone summers with
the Brownies and Buccaners, Ha
nev. the oractical baseball man
talked incessantly of balancing the
"That's what we have in the Na
tional now." he Bolnts out, "a bal
anced league, and it's much
more exciting and profitable,
Hanav give! you a liqht insight
on the managerial skill that put
and has kept Sudsville in the thick
Why dors he rrlirve t'n slug
'c!n A .'nrk whf'n lic !U
, ( ATHI9 AIN'T vi
: ( no por fcs ; ;
i : -Ma harei .i'
j.... w j t i.. women s Lsazue
tobacco and cotton belt, as it aid" VT:, v;-
up there close to the Mason and pw of the Salon Alex team;
tooa line. ... .-i-.riPAA took aU three pontj The
- flyers were icg w vicwiy uy
The writers predict a battle be-,jancv Johnson w5Ji'a 438 auC
i r l .1 1 4a . ,. ..n;n t . i ... itk jit T7n.
iweca inarymnu niiu tuun-v jeanllte JjOCKIlHiu Willi hi, f.tiu i. m. Y
That's what it should be. Most of &n e.ptiln of the Salon &eljDrt "L.,c,d
them list Clemson as the "da rk cl'uh t00k the honors for ;if0t:.?'.pre5en.t fiv h,hest v'
horse or the teann that should losrs wJth 430, followed by
Up th-.d. jl -t f h oj. n,. nTrien who hit for 380.
You find few better football play- .Krny,w wn m Dka lounie
crs than Mike Sandusky, -the tac- d panama cigarettes all
k!e who performed so well for me thrss-wav Me for
when I was. at Maryland. The i 7H'nafh l,nn tw0
Tcrps are blessed with many oth- th u ntaln Cew team.
or superior linemen, and tommy wm ,u a 101 ...
MnnF,h .-,. mv fin. .tiff Armsn!. Metz?. r with a 491 se-
atryland. taJ. XW
nanuie mem. mere u uu itouu - ,., ..(.... aa!
to Hnnht hw will hav crest winners, while Pat Hunter's o
vcar. facine an event s t r o n i e r and Marge Lund s 431 led tn. N,me
schedule.. , iioscrs. v .;.. i ... aeymour A?ency ...7 ; 1
:-: No Me Diga Lounge, hlUlng,Lucky strike 6 S
It stares North Carolina whan for a total of 2060. led by Jean:RC Nehi. ........ j
we hear Duke people talk about Hume with 487 and captain jE1 Rancho Garden 5. '. 3
their wonderful prospects, but us Tneima camoy wun o, stempel and Sons 4 4
not idle talk. I saw the Blue Dev. things tough but finally came gummjt q0i- Cjuh 2 t
Us play North Carolina last year,' out winner over the stromr Boyd!n j H0ma .28
I was impressed then with th e team. Captain Bet'.y Nessle was yuers. y mi"" 1 7
laucea aoout penormer is quarter- Bnd Moxlne jonnson was, c:oss The team scores of last Tues
juii7 auijmocu, peninu wivn a 110. .
cracked up to be, but they have panama Cigarettes took the
a carload of other fine players, measure 0f the Chevrolet-Bulck
t00- team in the final match of the
, night. Lll Ounn hit for 545 high
I never saw my pal, Frank How-!serle to hel the Sm0kers, while
ard, domi ii Clemson, feeling ny,H,le petrs 425 and Dottle wil wil-chippier,
chippier, wil-chippier, if that's a good word. 417 took the honors for
His boys gave our Maryland teamt""7. flv(1 t
Th9 team standings after two
weeks of play are now:
Won Lost Pet
day night were as follows:
, Seymour Agency
you at 1
sf.ue," Mr. l.-
Ine stakes are
instead of a i'
and the respond Cities are exactly the
dared. "The only .icrcnee is in degree.
rr, re siape sev ns nuue jwiiiuiuim,
I ...cace ou have a ijational. one."
"The pressure can be just as great in the minors,
"As a matter" of fact, the casualties among managers is
nrovjortionately greater than In the majors.
P Pn matter what the league, the demand is the same:
WhVmight explain Mr. Haney's apparent composure and
ease of manner... Perhaps he had developed -;PPW
insulation against the screamy-weamies, an emotional, disorder
more formally known to the medical jtrofessUm as the yips.
"Listen." said Mr. Haney, "I honestly think we are going
to win. I am an optimist by nature. At the same time I try
ov. twn., rirt ,m If we net the hitting, I don't think
we can miss. If we can give our pitchers Jour or ilve runs
a game, we'll play .800 ball and that should be more than good
enWhat Mr. Haney seemed to be saying was that "he had
faith in his pitching, but wasn't so sure about his hitting. And
th latest statistics available had the Braves outhlttlng
the Brooks and leading them In homers, .while In runs scored,
their per game average was 4.8. Thus, on Mr. Haney s rea rea-snnintr.
snnintr. rea-snnintr. their win-loss average should be close to .800. Instead,
tm enma 9nn rYnint.i shv.
Embarrassments like this are always popping up to plague
born optimists who .try to mane inings aaa up. v
, ., PITCIIIXG'S THERE
Mr. Haney, however, continued undismayed on the subject
at Ditrhimr... "We've had depth all season, but ab this stage
numbers are not as important as a few dependable front liners.
You naslonger can play for tomorrow; you must win today."
Accordingly, Mr. Haney Indicated that Warren Spahn, Bob
Buhl and Lew BurdeUe will carry the bulk of the load from
nf! on In Hr reralled the vear Frankie Frisch alternated
Dizzy and Daffy Dean td the exclusion, of practically everjr
other St. Louis pitching during the stretch run.
. "Won the pennaant on the last day.then took the Series,'
he added. ..
"Burdette will face the Brooks in the. wind-up, Haney said,
"And the answerto the question you are about to ask is
'NO, in capital Jetters... he does not throw the spitter," Mr.
Haney snapped. "I watched him the three years I was In
Pittsburgh and I couldn't get anything on him. I didn't protest
him once, if-you. remember.
"Most of these fellows who are griping about Burdette
never swung against a real spitball. If they had they'd know
a spitball slides off the pitchers' fingers. Burdette's pitch
rotates. It s a sinker that just happens to sink real good."
Now that he speaks as, Burdette s manager, Mr. Haney
said ne omn i expect anyone 10 Deiieve him; .he icit it was
great pity there was so much cynicism In baseball today.
irst i.a-e, and he. a so L.J, and
strons t:st no r"'"'rcs no rest,
savs Uie pleasant li...e man whose
every decision asJeets the
Wisconsin dairy country. : j
'But Frank Torre is nis supe
rior at handline ground balls and
at tossing the ball to a pitcher
coverina first base. Torre 1m
proves the defense, but that isn't
the principal reason wny i piay
him Vou r.n't exnect a man to sit
out 153 games and then come in -i it's still beer that makes
and play a .good one in me 134m.
Hintv was blattad right evt
loud when he benched Johnny Lo-
ean. who had a substantial conse
cutive came streak- eoine. ;
Logan was, leg weary ana we
had brought up Felix Mantilla
from Sacramento,? he i explains,
"This was a chance to, let Man
tilla break in and get rid of stage
fright, if any. The .result was that
we had a shortstop ready when
Logan's back was bruised in Chi
Owner Lou rerini nas not ais-
cussea a li contract wiui an
"This doesn t concern me at an
at the moment," says Fred Haney.
"Rieht now there are too many
omer mings w umuv uvui
Along The Fairways
WOMEN'S EVENTS PANAMA1
COLF CLUB AUGUST
Ladies' Days every Tuesday
are continuing at Panama Golf
Club, in spite of increasing rain
and other nazaras. sanies irora
the Amador Club are cordially in invited
vited invited to participate.
Agust -14 a Stableford competi competition
tion competition was held, with points given!
for bogeys through eagles. Katie
Call was the winner with 30 points
and Irene Robinson was runner runner-up
up runner-up with 28. Mary Biggs won low
A Tee to Green event was held
on Auaust 21. The rain came
7 f&fr.'? bvrr'N
a fit last year. The Tigers ranit iJ S'. th. n;iitf
i j nin nisi hp wi w'- --v
rigni aiong wun ; maryiana ana f ,n th. ,,..u. wil.
Duke and feature Joel weus, as "" ,he htt
ennH bark a. vou'll find in the Tolled by La uunn as sne n
gooa a Dacs as you a una w me 2,L ghirley Cavanaugh
wvum i. a.i. J h nh ami
,f inns Liie bClu uu mu u,niim
Here at Chanel Hill we are r 185. Gunn and Cavanausjh both
bunch of question marks. I have roll for the Panama Cigarette
been called unduly optimistic in tsam. Armenia Metzger of.Aber of.Aber-labeling
labeling of.Aber-labeling our backs the equal of a- nathy is second in the high at at-ny
ny at-ny group in the eountry, but I am ries department with a 491.
waiting, to be proved wrong.
Ed Sutton has every AU Ameri- League Standings As Of Sep'.. 1
caa mtatifiealion. LatrMcMuilen, f
Won Lost Pet.
893 931 898 2722'
Summit Hills Golf Club
Buddy Safsser and sophomore Em- Team
11 lie tantis, among others, can p v - j
really travcr. Of course, vsry-I AhemathV :- 2
Stavnitskrhead, a fthe'group, of rBotSfs 1
centers. j , i -.' ,v t,irv i
I've a notion I might turn In ""'."J" f.
one or two unexpected victories-' p.unU'n, Dew B
878. 809 754 2415
SW Pahl ;.
H. L Homa
ROCKY GRAZIANO no longer
entire shows at his favorite East bide
haneouts in New xork since ms
sister put the blast on him in
find out what
thought of him....
The Lot Angeles Rams' baaf
about m exhibition pay is still
. nanu.smaldarina thing......
; manes wu
wmiken famous .... no less than
fivii nf the Braves Bill Bruton,
Johnny Logan, Bob 1 Bum, lie w
Burdette and Andy Pafko are
employed by breweries to peddle
their product? lanky Joe Ad
cock has a special reason u i
World Scries check wants to in-
ut thn tnnnev in cattle 10 replen
ish his Louisiana ranch, hit twice
The spotlighted Oklahoma-No.
tra Dame duel en Oct. 27 has
been sold out for months...- I I-riift
riift I-riift athletic director M ee
Kraute is evan turning down, his
best friends i
- Top FIT Averagea ;
Armenia Metzger .
Jean Hume ..
Betty Nessle .,.!.....'...
808 873 834 2335.
L uttenberger 136
at least, I did until our quarter- obhmi aix
back. Dave Reed, hurt his knee
the first day of practice. i
Narth Carolina State hat been h ." I RC-Nehl
clmbirg steadily the paH connle of
seasons and has. a oreaxaway
threat in halfback Dick Christy, a
good one. : :
wake Forest, south uarouna
and Virginia are all undergoing o- Aimeoa
verhauling under new coaches, and SIYMOUR ACSNCT assumm
each has some outstanding names. LEAD IN MAJOR KEGLING
to hurry up the job. LEAGUE'S SECOND WEEK
At Wake Forest, Paul Amen,1 The 1953-1956' Major Bawling
r-nmin in frnm Artnv. inherits a Tj0iia Thamnions. SevmOUT In-
L.inrt n.A,,n nninnn and n.GO .....n.. knenrl tPnnpH intO ttlfi ,l.HU-
catcher In Bill Barnes. Another of first place slot last Tuesday .mntKiumpp ... 139
my fine assistan's at MarylanH.;in the second week of play is i IV ,pnachow (k i 167
warren uiese, taxes over at &outn league Dy laxins wui uyjnis Bowers
Carolina, with quarterbacs Mac- the summit Jtiuis uou w"u,c":";icoffev
Kie rriiKcii 10 run me aiiac. mia iuniie uu
from, Navy, young Ben Martin will by Nunes with. 583. For Summit,
try to, jack up Virginia's fortunes only Harry Colbert with 549 was o,
with (.lasting Jim Kakhtiar at tun- ver the soo marx. Lurkv eirik.
V...1, n .li.Aont the Max R. :r : iuc" 1ne
There's no one going to be a Stempel k Sons team, wmcn timsn
870 932 837 2G39 i
Max R. Siempej and Sons
' m. Vanlt are tooling for Mil-
mxilrff tnsaueeze by Brooklyn ean Stale hnt rhrt' rhsmninnctiina
for the National League pennant because he had to go into train-
,' nnt the additional WOna ma fnr his Miami Kr.nl (.!i!n,t
Series gravy they'll get from Jarg-j Ludwig Lightburn, Sept. la ....I
er County Stadium that interests bantam champ Raton Macias re re-them
them re-them but the fact thry can get centjy finished making a movie in
out o town during the series Mexico City
and escape the horde of relatives. Think bowline Un'f big busK I
who descent upon their homes u next, year's Gtorjt
when an seven games are London bawling tournament' will
be worth 575,000 cash in pniat...
Between you'n'me. traalc- storv
is the mental tangent taken by one
of the all-time Southwest'-center
greats.... j.-,,.,,. aa
pushover. We know. We play them
all except Clemson.
NEXT: Wally Butts' of" Georgia
looks ever the Southeastern Con Conference,
ference, Conference, -i '
A in tronfi nlace last "seDson.
drooped from first place to fifth by
dronoin three points to the newL
809 843 838 24S7
In Neur York
Mickey Mantle may se hot on
t'estimenialt and endorsements
in the States, but rookie Luia A
pariclo of the White Sox has the
market tied vp down in S u t h
"Rocky Marciano'a about to let
loose a bomb on his championship
fight against WalcotUin Fhiladei
phia..... The retired champ is c 4
in.. there was dirty work" a
foot to keep him from the title..,..!
ik.i thu mrrhration which blind
ed his eyes-in the middle rounds,
EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Michigan State's Macklin Field
is named after John F. Mackin
the Spartans' head football coach
from 1911 through '15..',
Prince .(haled Is
..if y v. .i
CAMDEN, N.J. (NEA) -The
"big" horse in the upcoming edi
tion of the world's, richest race,
Tho Garden State, is the Caufor
ma-hred Prince Khaled.
Although only a .juvenile, -.with
two more years to crow, the- son
of KhaTcd stands close to 17 hands
and weighs 1,150 pounds, which is
larger than most mature thorough
The Garden State is to be run
Lucky Strike tem. Coffey had 553 LaMaestra
fnr the Ktemnei insurancenu-i
while Nelson had 540 for the w
nrr. l.uekv Strike took the fir4.
two games and dropped the third
by only three pins. i
The new El Rancho Garden team
knocked over the Fuerza y Lut
team for four points, taking three
.. ..J .. Sn Ihalrnr f ISlOniCH
jSOiiico aim iiuuait LT, I Thnml II
led with 578. omy uan inomasi :;"'"-
had over 500 on the r uena y ua
871 885 835 25S1
In the final match, the new RC-
Nehi teamknocked over the H. I.
Homa team -for three points as
Kaelin led with 560 followed by Al
meda with 547. For Homa, Pahl
Al of the players are yet stiff iHoyster .
and haven't found the alleys, but Snellbak e r
Fnerza y Lui
; i67 ; 175
. 159 196
. 150 184
. 150 162 162-.
. 162-. 162' 162
820 877; 737 2431
El Ranch Garden
the men score will be' scored as
the players unwind from their five-
Billy Coffey of the Stempeeiers,
at Garden State Park on Oct. 27.and winner of the ABC Individual
807 891 808 2568
the CHIGINAL V 1NDFR0CF. LIGHTER
No one has
a cent for
ZITPO MANUFACTURING COMPANY, OAPFCT.D, PA.
but wa persisted, and CharlotU? wal n0 accident Back home in
Hunter took the prize. Ruth Lin Brockton the Rock is planning to
coin and Sylva Carpenter shared! Dull(j twmming pool "Liberace
low putts; Frances Twomey and;n(i his piano, mlnc'fl be in the
Katie Call had Uie Dest net scores, .hne of a boxing glove."
fnr 9 holes.
On Agust 28, a straiht medal
event, with full handicap, was
wnn hv Irene Robinson with a
very nice 84-13-71. Katie Call was
runner up with 84-11-73, and Alice
French won low putts. 1
A rainy season riner tourna
ment will begin at Panama on
Spot. 15. to continue through Dec.
15. There will be prizes for low
gross and low net scores.
t if SANITUBJ CO. NEWPORT I
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pt ali4figt 11
rfilr fut itirliM
aWpt M futautute.
neb i t tt tiM
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Publication of the Marciano'
memoirs recalls the two ghost
writers who cerraled Joe Jouia
In a bathroom and pumped him
five hour for his life story un until
til until Jte just threw up hie hands
and thurgged, "Man, I've only
lived 34 year. Hew much can I
.... ,.... i
The tallies- jea wecen, auuw
to burst out as a pro grid running
sensation, never played college,
football so at' training camp j
last season dudhcisi ca ru'Ki; i
thought he'd get acquainted:! j
oimirt like vou'll be around, a
while, Ted. How about filling out
this questionnaire?" Sweat
was pouring by the rookie's brows
as he huddled over a set of Eagle
ju.tM. 'Tf vnti ftnn't mind.
UlB&l lo.... ......
Mr. Hogan ," he said, "I'd like to
study these piays some more. u
I don't learn them, there won't be
The big question about Br on- j
ko Nagurski, Jr., a sophomore
tackle candidate at Notre Dame
this fall: has he got enough
speed for college football.. ....
Ranking lishtwclRlit Kenny Lane
called off his entry in the Michi-
News Of The
- - rv l ;J i t-t
C ) prizes
. Total... $760X3
d a pr:i-:ls c! "VIIIICOIA A!:D DESTILEfJA CEEITRAL" r
I I Will
3 nr.iM ar ti at-
With th transfer- or paini
shop equlpmerfc and personnel
tarty next week, all Pacific side
.activities of the Maintenance
Division will be consolidated in
one location in the Industrial
Division area in Balboa.
The move, which was started
last year, Included the remodel remodeling
ing remodeling of Buildings and 10 In the
Industrial area, and tha transfer-
nf eauinmentv.Most of the
work was done on contract by
Electric Service- Company of
Panama. Y ,,'.,
. The transfer and consolidation
of activities lso involved the
conversion ,to 60-cycle current
most of the electrical equipment
used by th 'Maintenance Divi Division.
sion. Division. This part of the Job held
up the move for several months
when the arrival here of 60-cycle
. transformers and other
equipment was delayed. ...
The Balboa Field Office f
which moved to its new loca location
tion location Friday, now occupies part
nf that hulld nr No. 8. ft one
story building formerly used as
a sawmill by the Mechanical
Division. Also in this building
are all the Maintenance Divi Division
sion Division shops, such as welding,
mlllng, refrigeration, carpen carpentry
try carpentry and parting. 1
i Building No. 10 now houses all
heavy equipment, used for quar quarters
ters quarters maintenance,, public works,
and the division's packing and
When the move was planned,
Maintenance' Division officials
stated that it was expected that
the consolidation in one- area
would reduce expenses and make
for a more workable organiza
tion. An added convenience is
the proximity of the storehous storehouses.
es. storehouses. ; ., r-'- 'k v"-;.":" ,;
; A corttract for the demolition
of all but five of the Mainten Maintenance
ance Maintenance Division buildings and 'a
car shed In th Ancon and Co
rozo Street yards, wag awarded
several, months ago to Chain
Singh and Deposlto Lalll, of
The sole remaining building in
the Corozo Street yard will be
t!irt formerly occupied by the
T aiooa Field Of flee; The upper
f joor of this building will be
ii ed by the Personnel Division
as a Training center, and the
ground floor will be occupied by
the Apprentice School, v
Weather Or Not
Thh weather report,, for tha 24
hour ending t a.m. today, it pre prepared
pared prepared by (ht Meteerelofkal and
Hydree;rphic Branch of tha Pan Panama
ama Panama Ctnal Cempeny:
Low ... ;.,
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
' HIGH ioV
MS ". 7:U am
: P"- 7:3S p.m.
TODAY! 75c. 40c.
:0Q. IM. 4:80, 7:00, 9:1B p.m
OHCf IT tt Wit CttSIBIMAScOPm-
let tKe people
WASHINGTON, SeptT 15 (UP) Adlal E. Stevenson formally
opened his national campaign headquarters in the Capital to today
day today by unveiling a big placard which proclaimed that -"As
Maine goes so goes Joe Smith."
v "I'm planning to hove to Washington," the Democratic
presidential candidate told a crowd of abou,t 300 that greeted
him at the airport He arrived here from Harrisburgh, a.;
where he delivered his first major campaign speech last j ht
Stevenson's first day in the Ca Capital
pital Capital was full of reminders of
fJoe Smith," the fictitious dele delegate,
gate, delegate, to the Republican National
Convention who got short- shrift
from convention Chairman Jo Joseph
seph Joseph W. Martin Jr. It appeared
the Democits might be raady to
try to make a prima campaign
itiut of "Joe" and tha charga
that the COP convention- was
Follow Owning ';
Of Stevenson s
WASHINGTON. Sent. 15 (UP)
Sen. William F Knowiana nas ac accused
cused accused Adlai Stevenson of being "a
little irresponsible" and making
many misstatements in his
kick-off campaign speech at har
risburg, Pa., Thursday nigm. j
Kn6wland msde the statement to
reporters at the White House fol following
lowing following a 40-minule campaign strat
egy meeting yesterday with Pres
Tha California senator said
Staventon's attacks on adminit adminit-tration
tration adminit-tration foreign policy and ethar
ittuat team a little irretpontl irretpontl-bit."
bit." irretpontl-bit." He particularly cited t h e
Democratic pratidantial candi candidate's
date's candidate's earlier ttatemantt on end ending
ing ending the draft and halting H-bomb
tattfc.'- '::t.j:y:xX:i :::..; -u,.
Presidential news secretary
James C. Hagerty also took a ver
bal slap at Stevenson, for charging
that Mr. Eisenhower no longer "is
master in his own house." Hagerty
called this statement "ridiculous."
Stevenson said Republicans now
look to vice president Richard Nix Nixon
on Nixon as the GOP "heir apparent,"
Turning to campaign tactics,
Knowland said he believed that
Democratic gains in Maine stimu stimulated
lated stimulated Republican campaigning all
over the nation.';;v-'-;-- ;.--wy :;,;
Knowland flatly forecast an Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower victory as well as a GOP
majority in the house, He said the
Republicans have alighting
chance to win control of the Sen
ate although this will be a "touch.
'er operation." ii
To Arrive Tuesday
On Four-day Visit
The Army's Comntroller. .Lt,
Gen. Laurin L Williams, and a
party of seven will arrive in the
command next Tuesday for a
four-day , visit with the em emphasis
phasis emphasis on work.
Thi general, after landing at
FoiM Kobbe at 7:30 a.m., wifl be
driven to Fort Amador, He will
be honored with a lS-itun salute
I and an honor guard: At 10 a.m.
ne -win neem brieiins section
chiefs on the Army Management
He win arrive from Alaska,
the first command to adopt the
, With the general will be Rus Russell
sell Russell Roane, chief of the Armv's
Accounting 'and Funding; F. E.
McGllvery, H. E. Cox, Col. J. p.
Anern, Lt. Col. D. C. Barton, Lt
Col. V. M. Buehler, and Lt. col.
L. K. Jenson, all of the Comp Comptroller's
troller's Comptroller's office.
Most of the group will leave
Friday at 10:30 a.m. for Wash-
At the honor guard' ceremO'
niesy to be held in front of Ama
dor's Building l, members of
the reviewing party will include,
in aaaiuon to Gen. Williams:
Maj. Gen. Thomas L. Harrold,
Commanding General, USARCA USARCA-RIBli
RIBli USARCA-RIBli Col. L. D. Farnsworth, Jr..
G-4: Col, N. M. Cox, G-l; Col.
R Russ.'GtS:, and Col. -J.
U INDEPENDENT SSXr f J I
w ii I t .i uum r-.r,.
Icnott tKe frafV nd tKe
PANAMA, R, P SATURDAY. SF.PTEMBER IS, 1956
After a hand-shaking stroll a
round the airport, Stevenson step
ped before microphones nd held
up a large canvas shoe about two
feet long. He said Harrisburg
.democrats presentee- it to nim.
"They said it was Joe Smith's
snpe, he said.
The bustling Stevenson h e a d d-quarters
quarters d-quarters also was plastered with
signs, "Joe Sith was here."
Stevenson was greeted by his
running mate, Sen. Estes Kefau
ver (D-Tenn.). and Mrs. Kefauver.
The Democratic imminee recalled
that during the D ocratlc prim-l
aries he spent ei -onths trav-i
eimg across w "shaking
"I'mr I Hem gl.d to be
shalpRt...1 (i itim," Stavan Stavan-toitftH'tt.
toitftH'tt. Stavan-toitftH'tt. .' clatpad K'afau
ver t had. j.;ti re the laughing
grduRi 9d). 1
Kefauver who shortly after-
ward .started a Florida campaign
tour, told Stevenson lie soon would
have a residence here in the "ve
ry beautiful house at the end of
the avenue,". The Senator also not
ed that in m few days Stevenson
will start an extensive tour.
"You all..-know the myth men!
inai me itfpuoucan team is send
ing out to confuse the issues Ke
fauver said. "We're going to tell
the truth to the American peo peo-v.
v. peo-v. Stevenson told the airport crowd
ne rememDerea a similar recep
tion tour years ago when he was
the Democratic candidtte. That
time, he said, "something went
wrong." But this time, he added.
he plans to live in the Capital and
even came in a plane named the
Stevenson will lour the Mar v.
land-Virginia area during the next
Stevenson was t greeted at the
Washington Airport by chairman
Paul M. Butler of the Democratic
National Committee and Democra
tic leaders of the non-voting D i s
inct oi Columbia and from adjoin adjoining
ing adjoining areas of Maryland and Virginia;-
His traveling party included two
of his sons, isorden and John f ell,
and Mrs. and Mrs. Ernest Ives,
ms brother-in-law- and sister.
He said he had talked last
night bafore the elite of Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Pennsylvania Democrats and had re received
ceived received a number of telegrams
tailing him that he had mispro mispronounced
nounced mispronounced the word, "elite," in his
: speech. ... i v '.
He pronounced it last night as if
it rhymed with site. v
, "It just proves I'm not an en
Stevenson was escorted to h 1 1
Washington headquarters by Mo
torcycle policemen with sirens
wailing. The accompanying motor
cade made a horn-blowing din.
Stevenson's i running mate also
delivered a blast against Nixon.
Kefauver accused. Nixon of "play-1
ing fast and loose with the tacts'
and "distorting the truth" about
Language Maste? Knows SeyenTpngues
-Arid Uses Them All For Ike Meetings
v By P. R. MORTIMER
A former English boarding
school boy whose knowledge tt
modern languages is so wide that
he has been chosen as personell
interpreter to President Eisenhow-i
er was, because .of his language
accomplishments,, treated with
great respect when he made a re
cent visit to Panama City, which
is reearded as the most linguisti
cally cosmopolitan city in the
He Is Lt. Col. Vernon Anthony
("Dick") waiters, as ot uie U.S.
Army." ,;. "I . :-.
, : Walters speaks seven languag languagesEnglish,
esEnglish, languagesEnglish, French, Spanish,
Portuguese, Italian, German and
Dutch. It was not so much the
numerical status of hit linguistic
knowledge which impressed Pa Panamanians
namanians Panamanians at the level at which
he exarcited hit accomplishment
he interprets not only words
but the thoughts behind tha
New York-born, Walters' I father
was an English insurance mai(!
and waiter nimseti was educated
at an English boarding school.
But he was picking up languag
es before that. His father's work1
J.JtooV the family travelling widol
P.'in Eurone. and Walters' first ln
guages were acquired in the play
country it gafe'' -'AbraKczi linecln.
, II,., I II llll I -.W.
. (NEA Telephoto)
HUSBANDLY CONCERN-i-Presldent Eisenhower shows con concern
cern concern as the First Lady mops her brow Inside a huge tent set
up on the President's Gettysburg, Pa., farm during the inau-'
guration of the Chief Executive's re-election campaign. Mr.
Elsenhower told 500 GOP leaders to get out the vote and
make sure it's Republican.
" (NEA Telephoto)
ADLAI AND ESTES IN PENNSYLVANIA Democratic presi presidential
dential presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson (right) and vice presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate Estes Kefauver (left) are met by Gov; George
Leader of Pennsylvania and Rosemary Plesset, on their ar arrival
rival arrival in Harrisburgh. Stevenson formally opened his cam campaign
paign campaign for the presidency by delivering a major speech, in
the city. ' 1
ground or from governesses.
He joined the United States
Arm in 1941. Armies being what
they, are, hit special linguistic tf
lentt were employed by making
him a truck driver.
His talents first paid off during
the North! African campgin, when de France cycle race,
he assisted with the interrogation "Rags to riches" likewise be be-of
of be-of prisoners of war. He later serv- comes "from two horses to a De Deed
ed Deed as interpreter for Gen. Mark lahaye."
Clark. ,-. I The then Prime Minister of Per-
After the war, Walters stayed
with -4he Army. As military at
teh( in Rio rle Janeiro, he served
es interpreter for Eisenhower on
his post-war visit there, and tor,
Truman during the 1947 Rio de
Janeiro conference.- -,
He was in Boeota interpreting for
Gen. Georee C. Marshall in 13:8!
when the disastrous riots wrecked
that convention and plunged Co Co-lonbia
lonbia Co-lonbia into civil disorders.
After Boeota, he was designa'rd
military attache at large in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. The post was in effect inter interpreter
preter interpreter for Ayerell Harriman, then
in charge of the Marshall Pl.ni.
Then ha became etta-Hcd to
Supreme Headquarters, Al':ed
Expeditionary Force as f I' i i-hower's
hower's i-hower's interpreter, and has been
ith him ayer since. Recent
qnmentt Include- the Geneva
- and Bermuda conferences. A ski-
... ; sY w
ing accident sent him to Geneva
with hit leg In a cast.
He translates colloquial referenc
es freely. An American allusion to
j the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball
team will emerge in French as
comparable allusion to the Tour
sia, Dr. ''Mohammed Mossadegh,
it mm lime room for such man
oeuvres on one occasion when Wal
ters was interpreting between
iiarnman ana Dr. Mossadegh
"The whole can be no bigger
than the sum of its parts," Harn
man reminded Dr. Mossadegh at
Consider the fox. Its tail is lara
er than the whole of its body."
However Walters solved
this one, it seems to have been sat-
lstactoruy to Dr. Mossadegh, as
unui nis recent release from pris prison
on prison he regularly sent Colonel Wal
ters a Christmas card from jail.
Walters is now whiiinj
away any spare time barr ing
modern Greek. He knows a I, li e
Rutttan, but Says that tbe Army
leaves him toe little time to karn
Scholarshi p In US. Co
Opportunities for study in the
tnited biates are avaiable to
Kraauaie ana unaergraauate stu
dents from all parts of Panama
it was announced' today by the
Committee on Study, and Training
m Uie United States. Competition1
now open lor .lei OWsniDS anfl'lot sc io ar ; nns rA mnst frAniifn
scholarships m- colleges and
versities in the United States
the 1957-1958 academic year.
The Panama Committee on St
dv and Training in the United
States will recommend ouistand-'
ing applicants to the Institute of:
International Education in xcw!
York City for placement in Amer
lean institutions.; :
Applications of recommended
candidates are submitted by the
Institute of International E d ue a.
tion to colleges, universities and ci
vic groups in the United States to to-be
be to-be considered for fellowship and
, r w.--'.
scholarship openings for both grad-
Uate or Undergraduate stiirtv Shi J
ueiu applying ior leitowsiujs rnustl
" j i
VifD Cl:bi Lcc:!
RioM To Sf:rr,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 15 (UP)
Mrs. Minnie Payne has de demanded
manded demanded the right to share her
husband's bed in jail. ;
' Her attorney, Carroll F Ty Tyler,
ler, Tyler, Jr., said Mahion PaVne's
jail sentence does not leeallv
end his wife's independent right
to marital relations.
"She has committed no crime,"
he said, '"and is enttiled ,to
share his bed until such time
as their marriage may be dis dissolved
solved dissolved by death or court de decree."
cree." decree." :, : ; .--.'o ;
Payne, 23, was sentenced to
between 21 months and six
years In jail for grand larceny.
He and, hi' wife have two small
children.,',. ,". ; i
'"The law, Tyler; declared, "is
ori her side. I don't see how
they can ignore it. The mar marriage
riage marriage bond is a powerful lepal
contract and the rights it con confers
fers confers on each, of tha parties to
it are ii'-pfndently their own
and in.-! tenable. The right of
consnrtlu-H is ere of thf-e.
That's ail my client wants."
lit ill le:
i i -.. v.,.. ..
L... ' with.
possess a 'professional school or u-,
niversity education or its'equiva
Undergraduate opportunities are
open to stu.ionts who have com-.
pieted secondary studies. The lat-
'is colleges w h l c hi
ary preparation in the!
professions, but no actual technical
The value e' the awardt varies
gi-eatly. Soiks ver tuition and
living costs; Cits, tuition only.
A. student must pay that part of
his own expenses .not specifical specifically
ly specifically included in tha terms of a a-ward,
ward, a-ward, or must obtain additional
assistance from, another source.
Students also naed to p r e v i d e i
rundt or their own for incidental
expenses while abroad.
Married ranrliHatoe mo.,
UIBT R i; L, I ----- v.ub. .V BU-
Fellowships will be awardfed, howuwer Questions concerning the ap-
ever nn!v if tha i,mJ,j.i. .Dlication forms anH nnnrl.;;..
, j -"v. kfliiuiunig HKltc
" he will provide all expenses
mi ms wue or cnnaren ll-he should
take them to the United States. -All
applicants for scholarships
and fellowships must ba citiient
FOUND DEAD School teacher
Avis Gray was found dead in
a New York hotel room, appar
ently from cyanide r(isni'
Huro Seinfeld, who
he!d as a material v;
police that he an i
Swcre on a
! that sue iiiu.-t, have
If 1 'ii v 1 t'e 1 e
E t.S.A-;S E
I ? 1 1 1 r
AY C. FLirrEN
Eased on the novel "Clean Break," by Lionel White Screenplay by Stanley Kubrick
Prc'.c: J ty James, B. Karris Directed ty S'.:r,:cy K-trick r ': thru United Artists ;
si cry cn pz2
of Panama, mutt ba In good
health and of food moral charac character
ter character and intellectual ebii.fy. They
must hava a prectictl readlr-i,
writing and sotakiisg knowltd. j
of. the Englisn language.
Interested students shnnM
immediately for application blanks
to the Secretary, i anama Commit
tee on study and training m the
United States, Post 0.,.ce Box
1099. Panama, or to the United
States Information Cent"-, Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Central No. 35-02. All 'applica 'applications
tions 'applications should be filled out and re returned
turned returned to the United States Infor Information
mation Information Center, with the required
accom'pan ng -documents, before
Oct. 19. i
The committee is snonsorin a
series of informal meetines in th
United Statej Information Center
each F r 1 d a V afternoon
from 4 to 5 o'rtnrlr In nrifer tn
ilor tuJy the United States
: . 7 viuiiumuc.
Meetings will be held for all inter interested
ested interested persons on Sept. 21 and 23
and Oct. 4, 12. and 19. ...
. ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Sept.
15 (UP) Democratic vice presi presidential
dential presidential candidate Estes Kefauver
charged to day that President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower "has shown no concern at
all" about inflation and the rise in
the cost of living.
In a speech prepared for delivery
at a Democratic chiecken-and-rie'e
luncheon at the Largo Fairgrounds
here, the Tennessee senator said
"the Republicans have shewn
themselves callous and indifferent
to the needs of low income families."::--:.'..
. ''VI .
He termed inflation" by far the
most serious threat to the econo economic
mic economic well-being of the people of
this nation." ;
The only answer tha TOP a 1--ministration
charged, is a "hard money poli policy"
cy" policy" because interest rates lock
mitjhty good to a tan' r-min:';.-J
He said inflation threatens to in increase
crease increase costs substantially or to
curtail the t'-i billion highway rro-
t':. a ('
bv the uemw-ra.
mahie v;;;:dgc,i ted dcccia