The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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PREPARING TO BOARD an Air Force C-47 at Albrook Air F 6rce Base, this morning to fly to Managua,, Nicaragua, Is tin.
medical team ordered to attend Nicaragua's President Anastasio Somoza, victim of an attempted assassination last night.
The team (left to right): Pilot Lt. Col. Willie Walker; chief of the US Air Force mission to Nicaragua; Joffrey R Savageau
anesthetist; Col. Charles O. Bruce, chief of the Health Department of the Panama Canal Zone; Br, Bernard Willett.
acting chief of surgery; Dr. Rogelio Arosemena, surgeon; Major Ernest Hartman, chief of Orthopedics; and Major Pear Pearson,
son, Pearson, co-pilot, also of the Nicaraguan mission. . (U.S. Air Force Photo

Inglb-Fiench Setback Seen
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; LGi. tept. 22 (UP r The decision .of the London Cuet conference to avoij
any immediate showdown With Egypt over the Suez canal was seen today as. a dip
lomatic setback to Britatofand France, ( ;
1 Observers said1 the failure of the conference tp put any "teeth" into the proposed -Suez
Canal User:; Association would bolster Egyptian President Carnal Abdel Nasser's5

prestige In the Arab, African
Tne k 18 nation .'conference
wound' up ilasfr night In general
agreement on a, Suez Canal Us Users.'
ers.' Users.' Association. But delegates
agreed to put the dispute before
the U.N. Security Council even
before the first association ves vessel
sel vessel set salL
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. France refused, to: subscribe
Immediately to the plan. French
Foreign Minister Christian Pin Pin-eau
eau Pin-eau talked of 'loopholes" and
"drawbacks." He said thejevi thejevi-sions
sions thejevi-sions in the original Big Three
plan for an association to run
Its own ships with its own. pilots
through the canal would have to
be studied by his government.
Pineau flew home to Paris last
night to report on the confer conference
ence conference before an emergency ses session
sion session of the French ..cabinet .this
morning. t j ---.j -v
... Both Britain and France had
sdvocated a firm' approach to
Nasser's nationalization of the
vital waterway linking the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean and Red Seas. Nasser
was labeled a -"dictator" and
French and Britishv military
fnrr.ps in the Middle East were
But all mention of force or
imposing a solution on Nasser
disappeared by the time the
xecond London conference
ended. '.-,, r. -' v ..
The delegates recommended
creation of the Users Association
for the "safe, orderly, efficient,
economical" transit of the canal-
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Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles and British Foreign Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Selwyn Lloyd expressed
satisfaction with- the confer
ence. Before taking oft for
Washington, Dulles Informed
Lloyd that the U.S. subscribed
to the conference and would be
a member.
Sexy Sensation ;5
Wins Top Prize;
On Quiz Program:
MILAN, Italy, Sept. '22 (UP)-
Mana Luisa Garoppo, whose 42 42-inch
inch 42-inch bust caught Italy's eye when
she appeared on the 'Double or
Quits" television quiz, won the
program's top prize of $8,192 last
nipht. . ',)
The 27-year-old brunette wore a
, Joss i revealing dress last night.
Female viewers had complaint
about ; her close-fitting evening
gown after her first appearance.
one answered ,tne nnai quiz
questions ; quickly alter .asking

American born Quizmastet Mike tea, especially English tea" th
Urniiorou to ask them imnvdi source said.
alcly because I cannot stand, 'We drink orange juice and the
waiting any longer.", : ioccasional whiskey."

and Asianworlds.

But France "wai unhappy, par
ticularly because the proposed
plan gave member nations ','too
much freedom'' tov pay canal
toils to Egypt.
The,' delegates from- Britain,
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Tur
key, West Germany,. New Zea Zealand,
land, Zealand, Australia. Italy, Holland,
Spain and Portugal all Indicat
ed general agreement with the.
declarations of the conference.
Ethiopia, Pakistan and Iran
were doubtful. Japan has minor
reservations. -
P:::.I Projccl CiJs
0;:r.:d Ocf:!b:r 10
Bids for the interior Tand -exte-
riod painting of 328 apartments
and quarters buildings located in
Canal Zone communities on both
sides of the Isthmus and for the
painting of 25 public buildings in
the Canal Zone are now being soli solicited
cited solicited by the Panama Canal Com
pany V'..' i5
Bids on the project "which repre
sents the Canal Company's second
quarter maintenance paint work,
will be opened the morning of Oct.
10 in the Board' Room of the Ad
ministration- Building at Balboa
Public and office buildings In Included
cluded Included in the specificationt ar.
th Administration Building in
B!bu, the Canal Zen District.
Court building in Ancon, tha
Catun Cammiaaary the Retail
Stert Annex in Balboar tha ta'a ta'a-phona
phona ta'a-phona exchange in Cristobal and
variout shops, shads, and build buildings
ings buildings on both tides of the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. -
Exterior painting is 'scheduled
for 68 houses in Balboa, 60 houses
in Margarita and four houses in
Gatun. Interior paint jobs will be
given uu nouses in Paraiso, 30
houses in Rainbow City, 42 quar
ters m minnow uiy and three
quarters in Camn EierH
Also included on the schedule is
me painting of 1,250 linear feet oi
cyclone fencing at the Electrical
Division Shop Area at Mount Hope.
; ( Stewez Talks
LONDON, Sept. 22 (UP) Virtu Virtually
ally Virtually all the delegates to the 18-
nauon ouez conierence' with the
exception of the French drink tea
during, the sessions, a French
source said today.
;ine rench have never liked

Other developments-In -the
Suez tlisputei h .-Y
- In Cairo, Informed sources
predicted Nasser will formally
reject the Canal Users Associa Association
tion Association Just as he turned down the
earlier Dulles plan for interna international
tional international control. ;
' Nasser illes to Saudi Arabia

for conference with his Arab
world allies' to win additional
support for his determination to.
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'Stockholm Mate Faces More
. Examination In

. STOCKHOUI OFFICER TESTIFIES-fetockholm third mate
Ernest CamensJJohansen leaves Federal DUtrict Court in
New York during 'a recess in the pre-trial hearings of the
Andrea Dorla disaster. Carstena-Johansen said that he had
sole responsibility for the Stockholm for about 80 minutes be be-?2re.
?2re. be-?2re. t.neullncr etruck tne And" Doria. He went on to say
that he kept a close check on his helmsman because the man
was reputed to be "more interested la surrounding, things
than In the compass." ,r , w.

PANAMA, R. P SATURDAY, SmEMSEX IZ, 1951

r.Bss!:n SM.Wfcj
Sept. 22 (UP). A Russian
plane landed on an Arctic glacier
ioaay ana rescued five scientists
marooned there ; more than a
week.,.' :..:. ..:
The Soviet ; Icebreaker ; 'Ob"
radioed: a report of the rescue
while 3-man Norwegian rescue
team fought its way across dan dangerous
gerous dangerous inland icefields in a second
attempt to reach the scientists by
dog sled, i
The Ob headquarters "ship for
the scientific expedition, said the
plane managed to -set down-on
tne glacier in northeast Spits Spitsbergen,
bergen, Spitsbergen, more than 400 miles north
of the Arctic Circle. Winds and
fog had foiled rescue efforts since
luesaay. i
' The report "said" the scientists
were flown to the Russian' base
on Franz Josef Land.
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Unnsshsd'Assailant Pumps'. Fcur; ;45 .Slugs into President But '::f;
Killing Iliccrcgua Strongman; Sdnibza May be Brought to Cenl Zc j
A team of Corgos Hospital doctors flew to Manaaua toflflv

life of Nicaragua s
sassinanon arrempt

, An unidentified gunman pumptd three bullets from a A5-caliber
revolver into Somoza t body ai the Pre i dent

ing the "Workers' lloute" to take part in an official celebration.
; One bullet penetrated the President chest, another broke hi arm
and the third hit him in the leg. lie teas taken to a hospital, where phy physicians
sicians physicians said his condition is not serious.
The would-be assassin was shot dead by Somoza' s bodyguards. A
bystander was wodnded in the exchange of shots.
The Gorgas team was ordered to Nicaragua by President Eisenhower'.
It comprised: ; ; t
: Col. Charles O. Bruce, chief of the Health; lureou; i
'; Ma j. Ernest Hartmann, chief of Gorg as' orthopedics sectiort;
Dr. Bernard Willett, acting chief of surgery ot Gorgas; ; '.
' Dri Rogelio Arosemena;. surgeon. t'';;$v?:
; Joffrey R. Savageau male nurse-anesthetist. :i '
: ; It is understood thtt the emerjency lesm, which took off from Albrook tt 11
.m. has orders to bring Somoie to Corpse oipital If, he is areeible.
The Nictrajjuan government proclaimed a state of sieje immediately after the
'assassination attempt, .Th.Arjny look ehafiV of ..the .Inveetijatiom
An -undetermined number, ef persons has fee In arrested. ', 'J

t lit i- a L. i .) juu,
aj nominated.. yes..rday ior
another term ay president by
his' Liberal PSrtyA .,
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The KOTemmenlt has charged
a number of times that uniden unidentified
tified unidentified foreign elements were
plotting against' the president's
Me."
Bomoza's visit to' Leon was a
return to the area where he sot
his start in public life. His first
official post, in 1925, was as tax
collector for Leon province.
Somoe g reported ta be In
San Vicente hoapital at Man Managua
agua Managua although he was shot at
Leon. Mcaragoan officials said
they understood the president
was flown te Managua by hel helicopter.
icopter. helicopter. .. ...
,
Ship Hearing
NEW YORK. Sept.' 22 -UP)
The third mate of the liner Stock
holm faces further cross-examina
tion Monday when heamingt re
sume into the collision of the Swedish-American
ship and the Andrea
Doria. ,
Third Mate Ernest Carstens-
Johanren, 26, who was in charge
of the Swedish vessel's bridge at
the time of the collision, testified
yesterday that .the Stockholm was
three miles off its intended
course for nearly an hour before
the miiinap.
The third mate, under cross-examination
by Italian lines coun counsel
sel counsel Eugene Underwood,' said he
took three bearings between 1.0
and 11 p. m. on the night of July
25. He said the fixes showed the
ship was 2.7 or 2.S miles north of
the course plotted by her captain,
Gunnnr Nordenson. to carry the
ship from Ambrose Llightship to
Nantecket.
It was the third day on the Wit Witness
ness Witness tand for the officer in pre
hearings of a trial to fix respon
sibility for the collision which
sank the Andrea Dora and cost
50 liver, i v"
Carstens Johansen also will be
quesfoned by attorneys for liti litigants
gants litigants inthe case whose damage
suits total some $37 million.
It was believed that Capt. Piero
laiamai of the Andrea Doria
would not be questioned until
Wednesday. ; -.
Marines Fined
, a For No License
' Two American marines caught
driving vehicles without a license
faced justice yesterday in Balboa
Matlstrate's Court, '..-:
Jesus Davila 23, was fined $25
for the offense; .and Camille Den
nis' Mazerollev 11,. was fined O.
Martha Marie Stevenson. 17. A
mrimn wn finml tit fn th
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same vwiaiiask

ercy I fy io Save Somoz

President Anasjfasio

last night. I he, wounded strongman may

notified of the s,am.ted is.as-J
sination by the state. Depart Department
ment Department which had been in contact
with United States ambassador
to Nicaragua Thomas Whelan.
The SUite Department notified
tne White House that there was
need for medical teams lmmed
lately. :
Process Flying
Into ; Africa ;
(To Forget?)
LONDON, Sept. 22 (UP) "-Prin-
cess Msrgaret t flew across the
heart of Aintt today, carefully
avoiding the Arab countries, for a
royal tour of Britain's East Afri African
can African territories oa the Indian
Ocean.
The trip, considered a' diversion
for. the Princess, will keep her
sway from Britain for more than
a month.' v
The routs to Mombasa. Kenya.
was charted by way of Gibraltar.
Nigeria and Uganda instead of the
normal flight over Egypt and the
Sudan where anti-British feeling
is running strong because of the
Sues Canal dispute. ' (
The royal plane left London this
morning, stopped over for an hour
at Gibraltar and then took off for
Kano, Nigeria. It will arrive with
the Princess st Mombasa tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow.
' Although the pretty,. 26-vear-oId
Princess has shown no sign of
neartacha or loneliness as the re result
sult result of the breakup of her romance
with Capt. Peter Townsend, court
circles saw the trip as a move
by the royal family to five her
as miny new iignu ana interests
as possible while she waits for a
husband. ; '. a- ? r
Before returning to Britain Oct.
25, the Princess fill tour Kenya.
the island of Mauritius off Mada
gascar, Zanzibar and Tanganyika.
Red Garb Worn
By 52 Priests ?
HONG KONG, Sept 22 ftjP)lJ
rutywo ; Soman Catholic "semi
naries for the training of priests
still are active in three Communist
campaign against the church, a
church publication said today.
.The Mission Bulletin quoted a
Franciscan report as saying that
dispstches had been received from
a Chinese Franciscan in Hankow
teuing of 52 seminaries 'active
in their work" in the nroviaeci
or Hupeh, Hunan and Sansu.
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h.H ;r.7. m w!
jiie rrpon sara tne aemuianes
,i.7-u -.f V n
which were sent without difficulty
'wrouah ardinarv mail. -
- - vtjuuowu .ci.k.wm. uinfikji

wmcn lvere sni wimout omicuityion appeal Dec
through trdinary saaiieV' 'ef lumtstiona.

("Tacho") Somozos

t. iit pcisonal phja.iJan, t&... t&...-ed
ed t&...-ed to whelan.
dent a first hand report on the
condition of the Nicaraguan
president and the need for ad additional
ditional additional medical assistance,"
Hagerty said. , v
B(li;3j'Ce2i:h;
Ccps Ibid Pair;
. lb llolive Given
SAUSALITO, Calif., Sept. 22 22-(UP)Harry
(UP)Harry 22-(UP)Harry Bridges, left wing
west coast and Hawaii labor lead leader,
er, leader, was severely beaten last night
by. two burly merchant seamen in
a restaurant. ,' ; -;
Union officials called bis attack
ers 'a couple of goons who were
imported to do e job."
Bridges, president of the Inter
national Longshoremen's t Ware Warehousemen's
housemen's Warehousemen's Union, suffered a
black eye and a bruised forehead
and bruises where he was kicked
in the groin, stomach and ribs.
The assault took place in the
Valhalla Restaurant, operated by
Sally Stanford, much publicized
former San Francisco call house
Police said the seamen. Fred
Reppine, 35.' and Donald Ross
Hanson, 2, both of .Wilmington,
Calif., were booked for assault
and battery. They said the two
men refused to give any reason
for the beating.
Louis Mountanos, police chief of
Sausalito, located just north of the
Gold Gate., said Bridges, reported
he was in the men's room when
he was sttscked from behind by
Hanson and knocked to the floor, i
Manager Henrv Deeorof and
bartender Charles Massie heard
the scuffle and entered to find
Bridges on the floor and Hanson
and Reppine kicking and pummel-
ing him. f
The two employes went to the
labor leader's aid and both were
punched in the face. Miss Stanford
was also kicked in the leg.
The two men were Questioned
at length today by District Attorn Attorney
ey Attorney William O, Weisslch and Moun Mountanos,
tanos, Mountanos, but refused to say whether
they "had been paid to 'do a job"
on Bridges.'. .-ivt.f.?
Mountanos said he had learned
the two men had recently come to
San Francisco from Wilmington,
a port city in southern California.
He aaid both men had lone rec
ords for such offenses as assault
with a deadly weapon, carrying
concealed weapons and burglary.
The Australian-born Bridges has
been the storm center of maritime
strife on the Pacific Coast for
more than 20 years.
He has long been the target for
government attempts
to deoort
him. He was convicted several
years ago of lying about hia Com-
imunist party membership when
ne iook out nis cmzenship papers
u", V.:," -p,.per':
uul LiiR i ,,,, v ,,,m wimm ifirnwn All,
I w uuuwn oui
on appeal because of the statute1
limitatimia ;

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victim of an cs-
be brought herd
. GEN. ANASTASIO SOMOZA
Vlf SEllehecdy.
In Cass Somoza
Flown To Paric:::n
An Immaculate alr-conrfU
tioned aulte at Gorgas I" -p
taJ referred to as the "VL.
Room stands ready, in e
wounded President Anasta Anasta-Somota
Somota Anasta-Somota will be flown h
from Nicaragua for trea'-
"V.;v ' n
The ; auite, ..built apeclai.y
before President Eisenhow
er's three-day v'sit on the
Isthmus last July, has ner
'been 'put to use. -,"'.
' It was readied several we
before Ike's arrival here
attend the conference of U
Latin American Presidents
and Prsidents-elect held in
Panama In July. But Ike, o
was convalescing from an ii ii-leitis
leitis ii-leitis operat'on never had
need for the facilities.
- The brand-new suite is lo located
cated located above the ; Medical,
Dental and Pediatric clinics
of the Hospital, on the sec second
ond second floor, r
Pistol Battle 1
Claims 2 M:n
TUXTLA GUTIERREZ. Mexico,
Sept. ?2 (UP) Two millionaire
coffee growers shot each other to
death in old fashioned wild West
style In a cabaret, here last night.
Humberto Flores and Amilcsr
del Carpio became enraged-when
a discussion over whether to nul nullify
lify nullify a town election reached tiie
stage of personal insults.
Witnesses said, the two ''men
drew so fast nobody ivas able ta
interfere..'
;' FINES tY MAIL
BELDING, Mich, --'(UP)
Traffic tickets here come en n n-plete
plete n-plete with envelopes. A park.--
violator may slip 25 cents in ti
envelope to pay his fine and ('---
it in a box at the curb in frr (
un ?veiope
..NT, A MAI.
cents. A noie Sam Hie
cents were to .'buy tb
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CANAL ZOiiJS SWIMMING .
l-: We'U never have another Red, Wliltfc and JJ"
in't V- rsnni Zone as Ion as there is such tittle lnteiebt-in
Set'u"S7taS.lnl Tta year toe Schools Division (or who who-?ur
?ur who-?ur SSiifali'( didn't even publish the result jof
i iuf tor Olympic! swimming meet held to Uamboa This was
duublfnotSe because olthe biit nuild-up story before the
m6eknd perhaps the Schools Division. would take : more Interest
if 'mm Community spirit were shown on this subject Is there
ua woSK Jttltog. I wonder? i knpw there must be to
fSim because you lead about their swunpung ctlvities and
ufey have really produced .some good swimmers. IX qnly we
could find another Mr. Orieser. Sviimialnt Fan.
' BACK TO THE LAND
' .- ''
A recent issue of the Panama American
tata i Panamanian food Imporu for last year was Uto
SSiars imaiiuit, over U uouars ior every man, woman, and
? lawn in ntue repuouc. and you are oomg nothing a-
t .ST bucu lingers mie toe uwai iSone iook
i vet you peopie keep bmplng goouj lack of opportumUca
iCta wSw Lone when you nave a gold mine to your bac
have millions of toes of land laying idle in the inte inte-Jior
Jior inte-Jior and von nave toousands pi unempwyeo duits, each with
enuoien of workhig age, in your two aiain cities. Why not start
using your head & something except cwnpmnta against an an-KtSft
KtSft an-KtSft country ana go out ana ouim your own counuy like, we
.forget the Canal Zone. There never has been opportunity
theer and tnelr will never be, even, if you taice it over. ou
have 7 miiaon aouars to your yard if and when you get go go-55
55 go-55 and St thU consent comp'atotos. The trouble wU your
Lcmnioyea people is. I believe plain mainess. All your younger
T4Tantww i. ietnKeODs in tne sfimt so they wont
get tneir hands dirty ana can play ... ,m ,,;
7 How do you think our Western MM. was built up, -except
bv sweat, blooa. and tears? And we had to fight the Indians
m our sparSe u'U aamit we gave the Indians a very .very
fiirty deal, but I wasn't one of whites involved and certainly
TttOT&ttttoS nd make II milUon dollar;
each year, and quit complaining about some other country. If
you ain't got the ability or the IniclaUve, just say So an we
wlU continue to send you more CARE packages, Jour colored
reople "should be ashamed of themseives, living in the slums
that they do, with no Initiative to go-out and better them themselves
selves themselves to their own country. .
SHORT REPLY
tir:
im.. .ha vMshflu has xnmethino? A-Mlss

iin-itairs I would like to state my version of an old adage, if
one is looking or such surely find them.
As far aJ the hidden devices are concerned, I hop they
never decide to put such devices on some of the young ladies
t-n wear such tight "pants" and scraps of clotu that thej
e to think of as blouses. 4 After having seen some of the
j -'or Mios conduct themselves while wealing, shoft, short,
i Vncercly believe they could teach the men quite a bit. fer fer-i
i fer-i f Hj w-' p'- -n travels in places where ladies do not
,r" TV-- V i aay' of., tbf men. making like qan-c-.-iV
Yn c. i...... vfi was liot looking fosucftVlgUt.-"'.

1 would nke. to express my appreciation sto the leapers oi
o.r Armed forces for-Uuaklng! Of the comfort as well as the
Loks of the best dressed men in the world. It is not a strain
on the eyes to look for the beautiful things In this world. Let's
keep our minds above the belt, , -Inainant Fwnl.

PANAMA

Sir: i i v j ? v f it' j
fanama ha's really shown the United States and the world
her trui i character or lack of It during the recent Suez crisis.
SSMr. Vf. washlniton Post suggests, the U.S. should giv

Panama anything sha chooses
though a tnorougn ercn w

' if however she prefers to play lootsie with the Soviet, that
might be interesting. Just think what fun the; Reds wou d

have carving up. tne Dig esiaies usm ay ww "" ""-lies'
lies' ""-lies' of Panama. A redlstrlbuUon of the wealth would be their
first recommendation, I'm sure.
i Then, after the pattern had been broken, before another
form of dictatorship were set up, maybe good old Uncle Sam
Would pull her chestnuts out of tht fire, and maybe fair elec
tlons and some less feudal form of democracy might be start started
ed started in Panam for the first time. . ..
One thing becomes increasingly obvious and that Is that
th Panamanian Government's word Is no better on an inter,
national plans than it is on a local plane, when their leaders
are trying to delude their own citizens into thinking that they
had negotiated for and won pay raises for them in the Canal
Zona, when they truth is that their Interest in their own peo peo-falt
falt peo-falt is so slight that they had neglected to see the advantage
of this to themselves until the opportunity had passed.
' Speed 'Em On.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

nvinnins to look like autumn up this way; Temperature

dropped to SO to 60 degrees over all the states last night, but
It (ailed to cool the political situation. Our Demo convention
)ias met In it. Worth, and it was a hot one. '
'r in my young days I had a lot of fun taking the opposite
side and supporting someone they had overlooked.
When Jim Hogg was nominated for his Second term 20 of
Ins chipped in and. announced Oeorge Clark of Waeo to oppose
him. Their slogan was "Down with the Calamity Howlers."
Ours a picture of a fine horse with Texas on Its side. Slogan:
Turn Texas Loose.
: Of course. Clark was not elected, tut It put some life In
th campaign. Our mall came late yesterday and we haven't
had time to go through all of It. v
! Had letters and papers from Canada to Panama and not a
single Panama-American for a week. They come to bunches,
and sometimes more than two weeks apart. Appreciated one
from James Zetek and will give him a nice reply, He made his
first trip to Boouete with me I believe around Christmas 1912,
our first Introduction to the valley of the moon. Things have
sure changed since that time but the scramble still goes on for
the mUh'y dollar,
Maine's election Is over, and the Governor a Democrat.
Slogan, "As Goes Maine, so ftoes the Nation" is not always true,
put my old friend "Pop" Balentlne l up there same town the
Governor lives to and may help.
:; :v,, ,
Fop Wright

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By VICTOR RIESEL

It can be said of young James
Carev that he has a mesa and
anerv look these days, for he re
fuses t; render unto ny selfap
pointed Caesar that which Uie
Caesars of today believe is due
thm. T
Jim Carey, who is of the high
command ot labor, has taken a
dim view of a national union
whose agents attacked one uf
Carey's international Union of
Electrical Workers picket lines the
other week-ibloodying the pickets,
disDersina those who could walK
and breiKing bones and heads of
those who could not run last
enough from brass knuckles. Jim
Carev lays the blame for the as
sault on nis followers right at the
modern door of a union called the
Allied Industrial Workers, former formerly
ly formerly tne! AtX Auto Workers. Carey
says this union is dominated by
a fellow named Johnny Dio.
And Jim Carey is going right
to his colleagues in the -Ar'L-UO
high command to ask them to
throw the Allied industrial Work
ers out of the labor movement,
Carev. who leads the 450.000-raera
ber lUlfi will probably ask for
this ouster on Oct. Z wnen, laoors
high council meets. -:
. .Carey was angered when one of
the Mew York shops under con contract
tract contract with his union was sold and
a local of the Allied Industrial
Workers moved in and demanded
that the 45 workers therein join
the latter outfit Carey's union
men refused. They got out on the
picicet line. On the morning of
Sept. 4, several squads of men hit
Carey's pickets, six of whom were
hospitalized.
feight of the attackers were ar arrested
rested arrested but claimed they had mere merely
ly merely come to seek work and had to
get past an obstacle or two. They
apparently overlooked the fact
that scores saw them come out
of the building instead of trying
to get is. -.
A local magistrate hearing these
arguments, wearily said: s
"Looking over the records of the
defendants, I see that they did not
seek worK. They are a paid army
am: tney are paw to light."
. This was. of course, denied.
But it makes no difference how
this Is actually settled in the
courts, Heads and wounds have
been healed. Carey's union re retained
tained retained its bailiwick. What is im
portant is that a man as influen
tial in labor's men command is
Jim Carey is on the waroath.
At the national convention of the
1UJS in St. Loun the delegates
passed a resolution which angrily
says, in eueci: ?
The AFL-CIO high council meet
ing in Unity: House at the end of
August declared, war on hoodlum
vioiencei, and ep)itV."9j."ii)e
it. or, mvement ;;by ; elements
wmen are really; not labor men.
The convention resolution itatcs
that this attack on IUE people is
the answer to tha IJnitv Hnnu
declaration, And the Carey reso-
"The question now is how is the
American labor movement going
in rnlv WltK n.k ..j
ZmU rn nd
thir
their poses as labor representa
tives ,,.- i-
I -The rank-and-file has shown
that It will stand up and fight
against violence. iThe challenge
now is to the leadarihin nf th.
AxjLfiau. wnat wui tne executive
council and. the ethical practices
committee do now? The ethical
a tir -iia r
pracuces committee has been an
uionied to undertake a. study of
possible suspension of the Allied
Industrial Workers on charges of
Carey then demands that this
union o expeuea. The entire vx,
ecutive board of tha Allieii ini)n.
trial Workers has asked to appear
before the national labor chiefs on
Oct. 2.' Carev will mlt : hi
charges. The union's leaders wiU
defend themselves.-
J?,eror the first iim iince the
AFL-CIO merger, the old and the
new will face each other, Here
for the first time an emhittiri
memoer oi labors own high com command
mand command will bring serious charges
and a fist full vf papers in an ef effort
fort effort to back his charges. Here for
the first time the fight will be
maae irom me inside.
lhe criticism and tne or nnm u
directed from the insida hv m,n
Who hai taknn nn other lnt. (.
his time. The criticism is not from
ui ouisiqe, not irom anyone who
can be accused of not having la-
umi s own uueresis a i nean.
imi snowaown nan tn wtm
just as the showdown eama with
tha Communists years back. Too
many guys pushed too many oth others
ers others around for no real reason,
watch th watchman
Minneapolis upw mib.
neapolis-Honeywell, whose busi
ness is producing automatic con controls,
trols, controls, received a letter recently
from another company inquiring
about a time clock. "The time
ciocK selected." the letter read.
m,mp ivvt aa wHvwmi uim com
pany needs a time clock to ring
a bell every hour at night to
aien yie mgnt watchman."

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LONDON According
view of our cousins, the
to the
elegant
Adlai seems to be sneaking back
into the too-well-furbished quip
again and already seems to be
shooting a bit high over the heads
of his audience. He out-joked him
self for the last election, and the
swift gag is unimpressive, even
over here. -"What
vour man Stevenson
needs, really," a fellow was say.
ing to me the otner flay, is a son
of watchdog to bark every time
Adlal goes off the script and gets
just a tiny touch too cute. Tnit,is
not really a jocular time." v t
I rnulrln't. ax the British would
say, agree more. We are not play
ing I. S. JWiot Wis year, no: are
nlsv'ntt ""Born Yesterday."
'Ad from what I read of Ad!ai'i
sayings, he stems te be still more
interested in- making phrases cort-
Diled of Harrv Truman hack nhi
losophy deiked in elegant "cock "cocktail'
tail' "cocktail' wordai, than in making any
point about what the Democrats
have to offer that the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans haven't already done better.
- Stevenson attempted, last time
at bat, to snicker Jumneli into Ine
No. I job, am ne was
stiiilaw bows' when-they g.V.
him the election returns, his nu-
mor then was delicate, not to say
delicious, hut at least it Was his

Walter -Winche-I InTMrfbnt

Elvis money-ln the-bank as.
pects: He will gross over 3 .mil .million
lion .million this year. Which demonstrates;
the value of strange sounds .
Ironic note: The public once had a
saintly image of Ingrid Bergman,
although she portrayed sinful sinful-ladies
ladies sinful-ladies in a majority of ber movie
roles . Odd name collectors
can include the tv set designer
tagged Rouben Ter Arutunian .
The Sues firecracker seems insig insignificant
nificant insignificant when compared with an
other International problem. Rock Rock-nroll
nroll Rock-nroll has invaded Britain. Blimeyl
. w Her Grace detailed tne on-so-gay
and glamorous" life ot a Prin Princess.
cess. Princess. She informed interviewers
that -she spends most of her time
playing with her dawgs. She has
eight pooches.
fArfl Arf!)
Bargain dep't: A 57th St. shop of
fers bridal gowns for a mere
$1400 . When Dick Weldy (who
accidently shot Confidential pub publisher
lisher publisher Bob Harrison) was released
from jail, he flew to Miami. The
plane's name was "Freedom" ...
l'The Diary of Anne Frank" (star (starring
ring (starring tht very talented Susan
Strasberg and the very wonderful
Joseph Schildkraut) is up for the
isoDei peace prize,
Author Budd Schulberg argues
that "the writer is treated worse
m Hollywood than the slaves be
fore the Civil War." (Oh. sure
And their chains are made of
swimming pools). . -. Dana Wyn
ter's skeleton v rattler: Her real
name is Dagmar . Top howl
m the "Somebody up mere LiKes
Me" flicker: When the candy store
Dreorietor neacocks: "In nlebt
school, I was voted the man most
likely to own his own candy store"
. .. Musicals are playing a box-
office serenade. Current 1-2-3
money-making champs are "High
Society," "King and I". anI "The
Eddy' Duchln Story" '. "Any
girl who thinks a beautiful face
and a sensational figure are
enough to survive in Hollywood is
making a fatal mistake." declared
Joan Crawford, who has I b.f, and
s.t.
Warning to TV-show-assassins
Jack O'Brian, John Crosby, Ke-I
vin Delany, Jack Gould, Ben
Gross (and staff), Marie Torre,
Harriet Van Home, Jay Nelson
Tuck,- Nick Kenny (Nick Ken-
nyT??), The Morning Telegraph
TV bunch and all those other de
leiea-oy-uie-eanor: r rom en ot
you I expect constructive criticism
, . Yru know what Constructive

Adlai's Wit
B E03 KUASX
own private stock. I
Since ne nas Become a nouse
politician rather than an elegant
loner, he is still peddling airy wit,
but it is wit based on the Harry
Truman theory that everything
outside of Kansas City is wrong.
Presilent Eisenhower has def definitely
initely definitely not touched on Stevenson's
favorite pastimes, so I think it
only sporting mat Aaiai lay on
golf as a political topic and stop
this .nonsense of referring to the
"absentee President." The outside
world considers it in extremely
bad taste, typical of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic nolicv of avoidina basic is
sues, to pink away at trifles whilst
avoiding ones, own tniiing.
"I can't see," one friend laid,
"What earthly difference it makes
in .a .campaign if your President
likes to husband his stmisrh'.by
playing golf, going fishing, and
paihtiiigMor "recreation.
"Sir Winston painted 'through
the .darkest hours of the world,
and we lost nothing in the process.
Except, possibly Messrs. Hitler
and Mussolini, and a few similar
odd bovs."
Speaking now for me, it would
appear that Mr. Eisenhower had
made more intelligent use of his
time than anv resident I can re
member. Hia purely ; political
speeches have been iew;-ii nas
Criticism is,-don't
you? ''.
Not many she-whizzers look bet i
ter. to the tv lens vthan Marisa
Pavan-.-. "Giant'' (the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming flickers' title song) is re replete
plete replete with rousing vibrations. .It'll
soon be close to your ears .
This season's musigals run the gai
mut. One is based on the "Li'l
Abner" comic strio another will
stem from the "Candide" classic

more to stardom than, inhalingjbums are three Rodgers-Hammer

beautifully. She spends S hours
daily taking singing and ballet!
lessons . The upcoming "Vaga "Vagabond
bond "Vagabond King" movie marks the
1 4th time it Was filmed ... Zsa
Zsa's contrib to culcha: J'A hus-
band usually puts all his charms
Into 'his day's work and in the
evening be is tired. THIS is VtftX
DULL." (Zsa Zsa it so silly.)
The .Music Hall and Boxy are
ringing the loudest bells en the
cash register. Their combined
cross last week exceeded $300 000
, movie cnuc eosiey urowuier
wrote: 'ireopie nave found them-
U elves attracted by something oihT
r man m uu oi raaruyn mun mun-roe's
roe's mun-roe's nose." (Nose???) . Ni
biz like It: Old films sold to teem
are more profitable for studjos
wan newies nugo winter
halter's "Canadian Sunset" la mu
sic . Recommended: Dana An
drews, Joan Fontaine and Bar
bara Nichols in "Beyond a Rea
sonable Doubt" at the Stale
The season's, Inaugural, "Tho
Loud Red Patrick" (due at the
Ambassador Oct. 3rd), co-stars ac
tors who can act: David Wayne
and Arthur Kennedy ... Miche'.s
Morgan, the gallic sexlress,
stated: "In love, nothing is as elo eloquent
quent eloquent as mitual silence," (sigh
sigh.) -.
The celluloid version of "The
Bad Seed" is as terrifying as the
play. Meaning It's a tinglernnf tinglernnf-ler
ler tinglernnf-ler . Not all imports are worth
importing. "Satellite in tht Skv"
(i Britisher) is hardly worth
sleeping through . "War jnd
Peace's" eyetrsctive tints would
make a rainbow envious 2 . Jim
my Cagney'a jimmyeagneylpg on
tht Robert Montgomery -how
demonstrated what makes a star

a star . Radio is doing alright 1 producer Ted jiegers, airecuw
thank vou. One inan Mmnnv inV.arth Dletriek. the stare crew.

- spending $3 million per annum fori
raaio oumoaraing -. Monty (Jliit
told the world: ."I'm trying to be
an actor, not a moviei star." (Oh.)l

ft

KEA Sarnie. Inc.
spent as little time on clerk-like
oetaii ana puouc appearances as
possible. He has given his strength
to issues, not foiderol.
Concerning his fondness for golf,
fishing and painting, only a detail detail-mad
mad detail-mad junior executive in an ad
agency, could 'quarrel with it.
Any. man thinks better with
golf club, a fishing rod, or a paint
brush or a shotgun, a stamp col collection,
lection, collection, or what .you will because
his bram Is freed of phone calls.
eager political beavers, and just
plain bores."''.'"- '-v-vi'?;,' '.Va"
You can think in front of an
easel, think on a trout stream
think on a, fairway. You canndt
think when a lot of small expe expedient
dient expedient politicos are cluttering up
the nation's work with picayune
demands,vcH'' ..
Ike has not referred, really, to
how many, of ',tH.id. Truman re regime
gime regime are, In a or. Pa waiting ap appeals,
peals, appeals, who iiave 'graduated- from
corrective institutions oi" may ex expect
pect expect to matriculate in same.
Every time I read where Ste Stevenson
venson Stevenson has .made, some crack
about checking on the local post post-office
office post-office to see if it's still there,, I
have to think of a prize-fight man
named Lou Diamond.
Years ago we called him the
"Honest Brakeman." Became be
never stole a boxcar. '
Entertainment is the best invest
ment. "Whats y une?" (which
gives Winners a paltry $50) is still
among tne. lop, Ten m the sur
veys , Gander Psgeant's
phOtOs of Marilsa Alasio. The
spiciest Italian' dish this side, pf
pizza . The McGuire Sisters'!
Kvery vay oi My uie- is worm
a whirl, Just try and find a
movie mat without a Jimmv Dean
wsay . me rtcn get etc.:
stem wonders: "Km and I."
"Oklahoma" and "Carousnl"
P. Chayefsky has joined the Ingrate
sweepstakes. Chayefsky, reported
Variety, objected to the many
mentions of his nlav in eosmd
cwyumi.' vouiea noyyi
1 a. k r ,"
The movie version of "Tea and
Sympathy" is headed for hoorays
Previewers also agree that Deoo Deoo-rah
rah Deoo-rah Kerr's performance is Oscar Oscar-worthy
worthy Oscar-worthy ; i M. Todd turned down
fit million for 50 per cent of bis
picture. Tht real dope Is that 5
wteks age ha stsrtcd suit against
Los Angeles County is the picutre
was not shot in Hollywood and the
negative was never there on the
tax aate. ut was lauded by maus
try people for his ceursge in set
ting this precedent . Please
send me your Presidential straw
vote (postcard) en Ikt or Adlai
. . WW, Box 711, N.Y.C.
Tn tier memoirs the Duchess re
fers ta th Dukt as "David." Hi,
Duvid! .. Tht Lix Taylor-Mikt
Todd thing is mart for lsug&s, man
levt. Who dots Mikt think he is
G. Jesse!? . Mitzi Gaynor is
UavUlaai mat's tot ttevabeaut
iragt zi) . epia -ww
"Trut Love." Sht reaches for tht
high toes beautifully. Thrilling
trie--, t It's hardy aews tt note
that Perrv Comt is the least mm-
my of performers. Kerusts 10
darken his gray streaked locks for
uie vv camera use coiyunusu
A mvie mrlnrmer Bvlines
lengthy mag esssay UUed: "Why
I Love My Wife." (In Hollwyood
that's news) . Thanxxxxx to
Arlene Francis, "Home program
tht Kript girls and all the won-
aenui "Homt Duncn ior J.ue
Know What and for understanding
my one minute-to go jitters.

J2SUSALEU Tie stars tem;the extreme orthodox ouarter on

c.cser ta tie et-i'i over the Holy!
Land tisa asywaert else in the.

world. The palm trees and teeigogues or schools in Israel. 'But

poplar trees that Lhe Moslems say i
'taxi with God" reach up until;
they seem to touch- the stars. And
the stars are briber. You can
understand why they outshone
themselves over Bethlehem 1336
years ago. ... Out under the;
stars, as you look across the city
of Jerusalem, is the wall of the
Old City, cutting Jerusalem in two
parts one Arab, one Jewishtwo
parts mat 'hate each other. Be
hind that wall are Mosques and
cnurcnes. The Lutheran Church
in Arab territory, is near the Holy
aepuienre wnere wrist was bur
ied. The Garden of Gethsemane
and the Mount of Olives are just
beyond. You can see them, vague
.... .. ..
ana snaaowy unaer tne moonngnt
and you can hear the church bells
ring and the dogs bark in the still
ness of tne night Those are thej
only sounds of life that come
back from behind that ancient
wall. . Arab suards eace the
wall. Machine guns look down
into the new city of Jerusalem to
make sure no man approaches, to
keen the Iron Curtain between the
new and the old, between Jew and
Aran..
t ISOLATED MT. SCOPUS
Just alongside the' Mount of
Olives on Mount Scopus is the
beautiful Hadassah Hospital; also
the medical 1 school of Hebrew
University and the nurses home
all empty. ; New, modern, they
represent the best in medical
science that money can buy. But
no patients are in their beds, no
nurses walk their nails, no medi medical
cal medical students study in their class'
rooms, only a handful of janitors
live in the buildings, replaced ev
erv two weeks byt a United Na
lions truce team which passes
Arab sentries to bring a supplies
anc replacements. The rea
ion: Thebuildings, though still in
Israel, are cut off by a little strip
oi Aran territory part of the zig
zag border which wanders back
and forth between Israel and Jor Jor-dan,
dan, Jor-dan, c . Beyond that little strip
the Arabs will let no one pass.
So Hadassah Hospital and the
Medical University remain un unused
used unused and empty.
LI Pi SOIS ON
In the rest of Jerusalem life
goes on. There's no real worry on
the Jewish side of the. city, and no
real worry on the Arab side. The
armed truce is taken as a matter
of course. Most people would
like to get rid of the suspicion and
hate. Said the chief Rabbi of Is Israel,
rael, Israel, Isaac Herzog, when I called
at his home, "We should give the
hospital on Mount Scopus to the
Arabs for their f .' as a'fs-

ply the mtoi.(p .i I (ilin..rs!,',rrome ti,e mHt dynamic

and run lt.or. he' Ara. i isT-uf,111"--'"!. "' 11 i

conUiDtition. to peace,' .- The
chief Rabbi is delightful old
gentleman Who used to be chief
Rabbi of Dublin, He speaks He Hebrew
brew Hebrew with such an Irish accent
that his people call him the'Irish the'Irish-man
man the'Irish-man of Jerusalem.-. i Unfortu Unfortunately,
nately, Unfortunately, his views on ,the hospital
were not reciprocated by Hadas Hadassah.
sah. Hadassah. They. Jisve always admitted
Arab patients, and would continue
te do so, but said they would not
let Arabs participate m its opera
tlon. ".
HAYIN FOR TOURIST!
In the rest of Israel, life also
proceeds,' Border patrols and bor border
der border skirmishes are deplored, but
taken as a matter of course. Is Israelis
raelis Israelis work hard and relax hard.
The hotels on Week ends are
crowded. The Sharon Hotel near
Tel Aviv, the King David in
Jerusalem, many others Ire as
modern and beautiful as any in
the U.S.A. . i Israel, with Us
fascinating Biblical history,, Is a
tourists' paradise, no matter what
your religion. And -as far as the
Jews are concerned, all religions
are welcome. Only religious prob problem
lem problem Israel has is with its ewn
extreme orthodox who stone auto-
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Saturday, the 'Jewish sabbath.
Ihev aisn odww reformed vn.

prime Minister Ben-Gurion lias
overruled them; so also has ths
Jerusalem Municipal Council.
in Jerusalem flourishes one of il--s
biggest YMCA's in the world. Its
staif is largely Christian Arab,
but the young men who cram th
swimming pool, reading rooms,
and recreation -center of the
xoung Men s Christian Associa Association
tion Association are 90 per cent Jewish. .
Thus In ancient Jerusalem, the
city of peace, Christians, Jews
and Arabs live up to Jerusalem's
name on the Israeli side of the
old wall. Doubtless they would do
so on both sides if it weren t for
Arab leaders who keep bate r.op
aganda alive. ; f : v
. A MIXED OILiSSINS
This Arab opposition to Israel
is described by some as a bless blessing.
ing. blessing. Rev. William Hull, Protestant
missionary in Jerusalem, told me
that without Arab opposition Is Israel
rael Israel might never have been weld welded
ed welded together. ... This may be
true. Certainly the constant men menace
ace menace of Arab invasion has helped
pull together Israel's 7a nationali nationalities.
ties. nationalities. ... But to me Israel has
more lhan that. It has behind it
the memory of 6,000,000 Jews who
died in the gas chambers of H t t-ler.
ler. t-ler. It has behind it the determi determination
nation determination that these Jews must not
have died in vain. It has behind it
great respect for human dignity,
great respect, for tolerance, for
the other fellow's right to think as'
he pleases. It also has great
respect for equality. When you sit
down to' lunch your chauffeur sits
wan you. He does this as a mat matter
ter matter of course. There are no beg beggars
gars beggars in Israel,- and little' tipping.
It's considered menial. This is a
state founded by equals. It's also
a state-where the garage mechan mechanic
ic mechanic may be found during the noon
hour reading philosophy, :
Of course I wasn't aroond at
that particular time, but I suspect
that Israel has behind it the same
drive and dedication and determi determination
nation determination of i the early :, American
pioneers. I suspect it was the
same drive that impelled one of
my great-grandfathers to spend
40 days crossing from Germany
to Philadelphia In 1730;- and im-
peuea another grandfather to
spend 30 days driving a prairie
schooner 'from Illinois td Kansas.
They, like the modern-day jiioneer
in Israel, were determined ;to sur survive.
vive. survive. And modern-day Americans
who may be inclined to put dol
larr ahead of -idealism tody
might well take a lesson from the
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l.vnuul Worship, .'
,av.- Meeting :
' ajtcn- Wednesday, .(. 3
Broixivrhood tut
Mo.iaay each month. ..... law m
if .0:00.
Htuiwv:
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Phona Balboa 1727
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1:10 DJa
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Pray at lutaunj WaoaaB WaoaaB-da
da WaoaaB-da ......."
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dava ................
LMa Arstharhooa
aionaaj IB oontbt
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f IBST BAPT1SI CmiBOl
Margarita Avanua at 6th 8teaa
- .Margarita. Canal Zona
B.v.raa I Bath. P1ai
dvmda Bchool
(Hoimnf Worahia .......
H.ulwt framing Union
M a.at
11:00 aoa.
:30
i.uiin Worihip .....
.....kMj VitMnavi
T:i5 pjn.
1:00 o n.
p,ver berricei. Wednaadajn ; JM pm.
Vv M-U- 1st & 3rd Fridaya
C a Hi, Sunbenia.
...
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... kiseuBisj w 1
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.ASAMA CITY .i
CaplaW Mrs. aaM, : 1
U Fbrr Street. Phona: 1I-J0054
11:00 liolinsss Meeting..- ,
3:00 S-nday School. a i
i 1 so Salvation Mae Una, i
LA BPC C a. ''(
lieutenant Pamy Caipbe,n 1 1
Building Jio. 1080, Phona: I-IMJ i; ;
. 11:00 tiHinsi Meetinav
3 00 Sunday School. n
: 1 JO SaJvaUoa MeettaB Vj ,";
PARAiSO. ci ; ' t
Bnvoy Mrs. C t. Moaalay 5
Guiara Saeet ,
1 00 Su.day Schools
,11:00 Holmes Meeting..
100 Sunday. School. .,.
' 7:30 twlvauon MeatlnB
COLON IHIBo STKEEl" 4
SCaptain Syilin Taylo
.11:00 hulineaa MeetniaV t -'
3 00 Sunday Schoot .-....
7:10 SaivatiOB lieatinB
baInbcw art t: r
, Knvoy J. Gill, ?
SL Kiits and Jamaica-Street
11:00 Honess Meeting.
-. S OOPmday School. 7 t
' 7:50 Solvation MeeUng.
COLON t. VNTHAL '- '' f
grnier I pknd Msg. G. Maaaiwaiy.
Uth SUe.. hone.: 38-743.
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Where, all Pratntaata aaaparsta i arttk
aatly la la-autntlala
autntlala la-autntlala Ifata. tthariy la
ekarHy. ta aO
THB ATLANTIC IIDI
CATUHL '. .
Bevt Kay Blakeiy, Pasta?
:. Phone ft-3U .-
f :4a Church School. 'j
H:W Worship Service:
Hi pm. Sr. Youth FalTnwshlp :
1:00 p.nt, Jr. Youth FeUowahip,
MM(C!AR1TA' .' '.
The Rev. fauj & W Olaodar. Patter.
.:. Povuie Bllta. ..-v. ,, ,..
au Bihle School.' .
10:15 Aothio arvieO an Churek.tlmi
unery: t.'.-
(:30 Yeutn- Fllowahlk
. ;"THt PACIFIC S1DB
BALHOA .
ike ttea Oscar HI: otsaa
Balboa Rd. at han Pablo St
Phone 3-1480 Church Oflice Z-323a.
t:30 Church School r- Free bu aervicO
Paraorcaee Uncuwion drounr
ItM Worship Service .- Th txnandad
Session for Nure. rkinderurum
. ; Pi unary and Junior Deots.
.... Church-tira. Nurar lur ci'ldrer
.under 3.
1:00 Junior-High Felloanhrp. ,. -,
:00 PoH-High Fellowship. 1
' 7:00 bfninr-hifh Fellowxhlp '.
Bev. .Walter DC Aldertan. IHlnkter
Office Telepones (-470;. -n. Kesidence
Telephone -13Q. , ; .
Sunday Services;
. 0:3 a.m. Church School Assembly.
I M m. Dad Km. inns:
W:U a.m.' Service .of Worship tW ehll
Hen. young people and adults,
Calendar of' Meetlnis, 1
2d Tuesday Vesper Circle at 7 SO p.m
2d Wednesday alary Bartlett Circle at
:J0 a.m. .- -- '.' -'
:-d Tuesday .Church: Council "at, 70
3d Wednesday Women's, Auxiliary at
t:.i0 a.m. : w ?
h Monday Officers end Teachers at
1:30 p.m. ' ''
la't,Ja4
l...,.wJI.
. raa iMr rHiiutM church.
,',iBnn.h Conference '.; -lev
William H Armtroni v i ;
llth St. Panam City
Ml am. MOrninr Kravn and Saraaoi
8 w pm. Sunday School
7:1K nm Evenin Pravaar awiff Setsnot,
) r imumihm!,!' CMUai H t
lie ktreat and keiendae Avanua, :

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BOUTl .V
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Annas Blvd.
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aalf aaa a f rfaa art uaaat "CtWa .Caaichat Aai
Sfywaa." A' ,1 aj MKli, tat. tarma a' Anaj aaata,;
' At. ffn mm Naval aici'wna, . ;
- krt aatrafariaa t4 cfcaalaim wf -mAtd H Mara
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cliaatM la taa um'mt Salwiar'i ciiirdi faa.- --

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Irl Cowwmuoo 1 Sun '
ktpai. M m. Prww -OM."
J UMi7 K MKTHfHJWI UtUOI
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. T. Samutl Wio. MtnltMr
- Suuo; arvu: k a .IB IMl
iunoav Bcbo) lor all K at f 'Ja aa
. -law talttla Ta WanWa. ;;
Toa ra. Vtin t 1
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ttal Caurra at Christ. Seianmii Anaai
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9un 11); 9iamaM tM m
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ilmtHRi aiWuMt, aciaatntj Citataka
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toas
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12:00 a,. .. J ,,'
Jioly IX T uaai, m-t
ConfcMiara: aaturaaj.
nd 1:00 ta l:M a aa. TBuwnaj. aaaan
First Friday: ?:w la a: a-.j,,,
liiraculoua Maoai nfww
en Monday
Cataehism OMaai anaa .aaa;
High bennoi aiuoy. u a
iaracn nraT Aacoa
Holy Day nana; tM w aaJ :00
?L,.H,n. .tiirit.i t:M ta'l:00 and
1 to S 00 a.m. Xauiaaay hafora Firat
Fridav f :00 p-ia. '
5r4 tiaart DavoBoBat 140 9M. m
Fridaya." .;-v'
Catechiaar i.uaa: aaa ta a
Thursday. :,;-!
OUR- LADT OP F ATIMA-Caraada
snv Uasa at 1:00 a m. '- j
Holy Day Jdasa at iM pja.
Coriaaaiona: M ta PJ
-T . m a . a.aa in
i a ii iiaa laaar1 aaiwy w
". :''; v it ''i'-vv. 1 ?! .,
" ':-.'BT. JOBEPH Pafaha- 2
Sunday Manas at 0 and :li a.aa.
Holy Day Mass at : p.a, C.
Waekday Maaaott ..:00 am.
Contanions: Saturday 3 JO to Jk ani
Catachuaa caii avuaoay aw w ..
''MiracuiouO Hadil ITayaiaai' 10 mb
Convarf uuirunionai lamwr .w
pas., 'T,,t .... r .t.,..-..?
. .'. ST.
F ...
i -r
t -t ji-
ttMCrW Psnsaid City
4 "0 and g HQ a.m.
. ,. m: -d 0 o.l
- m fantasy. e taaama are'
t I
Cortteasinns: Saturday 1:00 to i:oo ano
7:00 to g ih p.m. Tauradaya bator gust
Friday -.30 p.m. : ',
Miraculous; Menu isvm,'w
Hons ol the Cross; Fridsy 7:00 pan
Catechism Class: Aitar Sao M
Convert cWl :So V." Tuasaay and
Thursdays ... .: V ,, aw..
"!' :'J: BT; THF.lt FS A'B 4CaaB '(i
uni rlav Masa: 1:00 a JS. (It H tails
on Saturday 3:30 a.m.) ...
- Catechism CUSSf ssr a;vfa"
Monday, r ... ; ,i
Carasstona: laiwian
BT. JOBS BArriSt DB LA BALLS
. Paraae Letevra -r.
' gundsft Masses: 30 and iM-a-m.'' j
. u v lS.v uasa: C:30 Mon.. Thurs
m-t r .. ain svMn'iaaaa: 1:00 a m
iki. nu r. . a-nn
Holy, uy( sei.o.iji
arifeasloiii: :S ta'4M ,Jid 1B
1 90 p.m. on Sttinay tl
Miraculous wcaw noxarai .sv.
Dm,i J.. ml ia.ii .k. XHida
tjatacmsm v.iw. mr 11 1
Conyert Clasai Monday VM avm,
ri-". Bt. TrlBKKSITB-ta
Sunday Haass 7:00 a.m. ;
Holy Dsy Mass: 3:30 pm
r.n.in: Saturday :30 to t :M p.m
Thussday before First Friday : pm..
Catechism Lisas i a :ia. sot.
Sacred Heart Novena: ,7;00 P-nv ".
Friday. -.;,.
Con Van Ut au.FJay. w
("W'jf- Mf '.-ATLAHTW BTDBV- .!:i'.it
f t .-r'BT...- JOSsH'B Cajan.
iLllm4 iitassasi gjg'' and t.'tl'aJB
Holy Day Masses: g:4S and IM ajsr
Confessions: Ssturday ta ijfJ and
Miraculous Medal Rovonai Wednesday
1:15 and 7:00 p.m.. m
Sacred Heart wovena: eTiaay iua
BuMrine aVenine Services 7:00 pjn..
Convert' Claas,7as n. an. Mondays
and Thursdays. -, '.. j ; .,.
Catechisro, C1s: Sunday 10:15 ajw te
ii:ea a m.- .wv y.m.- vu
rir rrldav Exposition of Mast Bless.
ed Sacrament U day. Bepositioa at t'JO
sum. Saturday morning.
F'rst Saturday Devotions ta ew utn
a T.iimaThit Hoi Rosarv S:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays :), ta
7:00.rn.
MIRACULOUS MEIliV--.TWIOlai
Sunday Masses: 7:00, g:00and 0;30 SJn
Holy l)ay loassssi 1:00. i0 am. and
5:15 p.m.- ,: "- '.
Confenrionai' Saturday 4:0 to SM and
7;W to g:00 p m. .Alter ttosary aaea eye.
Miraenhnrs' Medal Novena: :1 and
141 mm on Vnnriiv .....
Catechism. Class:. Altar M
Simriav.:: .' '-.-'
first Jfrldav IJrpoaitlon: all day during
the School Yar.
First Saturday: Mas .'atroo am,
HOLT FAMH.T CHURCH la' olargarila
" Sundav, Masses: 7:30. J0, 'll:S0.a.m.
First Satuaday Mass:. :0fl sjn.
,1 Weekday -Masses: tM am
Holy Day Masses': 7:30 a.m.. 3:13 p m.
Confession. .-..JS:43 pm.-to '4:45 p.m.
Saturday '.J..'7:00 p.m. to'J8:00 pjn,
Miraculous- Medal Nqvena' 7:00 p.m.
every Monday, it
Parish Family Rossry and ''
Benediction.. .. a. ....... 7:00 p.m
' every Wednesday. .-'
; Discussion Inquiry ..Group ,t 7 JO p.m.
-- every Friday, x , v
" 1st. Friday. Devotions' 7:00 p,m.
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 p.m.
r.'.?INCENTS R'tnbew City
.Sunday Wsssess:. 0 a.m. and 1:00
a.m.- ',
Holy Day Massesi IU ia and 1:00
Confessions: 4D0 te IM and 70 to
1:00 pjn. Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 a m. en Simday
-Convert Class every Monday at 70
pjn. ''. .-.
, Mlraculou Medal Rovana:- 7J0 pm
an Tuesday.
Sacred Heart Novenai IM, nm am
Friday,, 7 l
IMMACULATE CONCEPTIONGattm
Sunday Mass: S;15 am
Holy. Day Mas:. 5 00 pm -Confessions:
SJ t J:0 p.m. aa Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. i
Catechism Clam: 4:00 p.m. ah Monday.

OCB LAD I OP CTVOD COIKSIX
' 4Saaa
Sunday Masses: J..u and 3J a m.
holy Day Idawas: i.00 am. and 3:00

pm ... i 1
Confessions Saturdav st IM M and
after aH evening devotions.
napusms ay appointment,
atiraeulou lleaal Kovana:' 7 -as
on Tuesc)ay. ; '".." .'
sacrea a earl povenai 1:00 aja an
Friday.. ;','.
Sunday school: -s p.m. an Sunday.
KeliSiOUS InslniPtimv rimmm m. .ihll.
dren: 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
Beligious Instruction or adults- (Con (Conducted
ducted (Conducted la .Spanish) 1:0 bjb -an Mon Monday,
day, Monday, v ..... ,.
art Ihstruetlon by appointment
.. ,J;.1a.t,aiUrl... "t.
The Bt Bar B. Rekar fiaadan. BT.B.
The Tory Bar. Mslnert J:
-s '.B.TJl,rIraB.
Petirasat.
' ANCOfl, CM
TH CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKB
J a jo. ftoly Communion.
4:30 aja Santa Communion (4th Bua-
y). ...
f :30 a.m. Church School. :
0:43 e m. Escuela Dimiinieal.
11 M a so. Morning Prayer' and Barman
. rioiy ttmmunioa. (First Sun-
TS pm.. ivenirtg Prayer and In man
- WEDNESDAYS
ISO a.m. Holy Communion.
7.-00 pan, Bvemng Prayer.
aa VHOLV.DAYS
a.oo a Jn Haly Communion.
I M am-Holy. Communian. '
. t DAILY
I II a as. Morning Prayer
17:00 Mio-daj Missionary Prayer.
? CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
5 Thlral Street Hew Cristobal
', .:' Tk K. Baaaw, , -"
: ; Priest hi Charga. :
Holy Communion .,.... fjo am.
CWh School V.V.4,.,i.r 1:00 am.
Mom.xg Prayar ... t .
and Sermon ....,.....,, Ia
auot Sunday. Holy, Communion)
WEDKfSDAYS 'VvV :;'-..'"'.;;
Choif Rehearsal 7:30 aaa.
A ttouae ef Prayar tor all people,
"'?' cocou
V Chnwh or St Andrew 'T'
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
. Mm tM rL.... r
SinDAY:' ..
,.fMy. rV; Church Bcfaoel.
a-orrujig. rrsyar and Sermon u turn
M.C tirat Sunday in Month). "T.
yrdn Prayer 4:30 p.m. ,f?
I weekday Prayar. g:0g am?:' vp
' 1 .'.if W : t.rjl
, . lOHOIAL .,.
.' Chapel et The bead Shepherd ;
" j The Bev. Clarence W. Mayas.
'. s .i Priest In Charge s --
FRIDAYS..', ..' .
8:00 a.m. Morning' Prayer. '
(H.C. lira Friday each Month).''
. .' ij'n .i n v
;: ii ip- ''. r. :jf... ft
' t .k.-a a t- hk1'.
Th Bessy John Spew,- Pnsst in Chargd
SUNDAYS ('.J,V-.i.',;i"A:..5 J i.Un.
, Choral Bucharlrt and gar
Church ; School
tpiicopal Young Churchmen
Evensong and Sermon
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.,,
and FRIDAYS t'
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion ......'.. .,
, Evening Prayer '..v.'.wf.
Woman's Auxiliary. And and'
rm am.
, IM p.n.
' 3:00 p.m.
70 pm.
:N am.
7 JO pas.
4th Thursdays 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAYS A" THURSDAYS T
.Holv Gommunlm .' ... f4alam
, Morning Prayer 1:00 a.m.
Evening Prayar .......... -7:00 pjn.
SATURDAYS f r
. Family luchsrlst J...... 1:30 a.m.
it Office of Complin 1:0 pm-
'," ''?4' tA'HbCA-'. ;
Bt: Peter's Chareh
The Per. John Ipear, Psiaat la Charge
aunurtzs i .-. .,- ,,..
Morning Prayer and Church ; -School
Ml
.Confirmation Class ........ :0 SJa.
Choral iucharist and gar.
mon,' ...................... 1041 s.m
Holy Baptism 11:00 noon
Evensong and Addraaa .... 7 JO a.m
3rd MONDAYS -
Woman's -Auxiliary ....... ; 7:31 a.m.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS v
. Holy (Jommunion .-..,. .. 1:00 am
H "!;W;r:,MABfIARITA'V,f :;
.'Cfcnreh. af St .Margaret
i '; The. Key. Jesse K. Reaaav.
'.'Prleat In CSarea . ... .:
; 8S0 a.m.'Holy" Comammlen ... 1 A
' t:00 a.m. Church School ... r. .'
11 :0 a rp. Momine: Prayer and Sermon
Last Sunday, each Month. Holy Com.
f :oo p.m. sjvenmg rrayer ant joutnf
Fellowship. j-; ; ,.v
? ii'fS -rsii) srrctv t
- Ckspel at The Holy Cemfartcf
Tea.' L B. Shirley. Priest In Ckargt
WEDNESDA.TS. .-:'' .. - ."'.
8:3 am. Holy Communion.
' ''I'.i' v "-'psiRAISO
v. f.'' ,..Bt. Alban'a Ckarek .,v.j'i
'..VTk. Rev. David A. Ostern.
- PHest In Chr
Th lev. Allan R. Wentt Amktant
SUN DA'
1:0 a.m. Choral Eurharlst at Barmen
:30 am Infant Baotlsm.- ..
3 0n :n Church School. .,.
(heid Building 31) 1
IM asi. Youth Fellowship -T'l
ntr Evson and Addraaa. ;
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
iJJOom Woman's Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Otrfld Meeting. -;
,,.i -;s-'
PANAMA CITT ...
St. Paul's Chareh
Die-Vcn Imid Bi Ahtrley.
-Raets
- Th Re Fits ft AtweH
BUNDA. -.. ...
.:00 a.m. Holy Communion
-.3 Suna: Eucharist fiermoa
l:45 ni Morning P raver and Church
School i . j.
12-00 nort. Holy Baotlsm v
7'iOt.rK Solemn -Vexper
TUESDAYS v
SO a ti Holy Communion
WEDNESDAYS
":00 m Holy Communion -
7-fl p.m. Evening PYever
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
:3im Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS .v
00 oi. Holy Communion. .
CHRIST rCHURCN RT-THE-SEA
.' ,.... 1- Folseooal ..... ';
j! Colon, R. P.
fppposite Hotel Wsshlngton)
The Rev. Jam Peter Parmer. Peeler
Th Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
'C SUNDAYS
:0 a.m. Holy Communion,
:40 a m: Morning Prayer.
40 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
10:30 a-m. t.nurcn nrnooi.
7 J p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser
.. mon.
; WEDNESDAYS ..-.
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
1:9 pm Adult vonnrmanon Class
THURSDAYS
' 1:0 am. Evening Prayer and Medlta-
- uon.
: i THIDAY
1:00 i nt. ChUdren's Eucharist.
-r .', SATURDAY
10:03 a.m. Junior Conflrmefion Clss
7:30 p.m. Complin and Meditation..

A IN bow cm
Chares et St 3Ury. the Ftryta
Xaa Bev. Jeha A. SpaMlng.
Prleat m Cbaraa

SUN Dm
Sunt AucharM ...... .. ... J JO a.m
Chur-A Schoal. ........... t at am
fv.r..u and Sermon 1J sua
THURSi)AYS --::.
Holy Cooununloa. vl JMia
-.'! "' atu! r
St. Georss's Ckarek
: The Bee. Jeha A. SpaMUg. .'
, Prleat ta Charge
1st AND trd SUNDAYS
Hoiv (.tmmunion IJ0 am
and AND 4th SUNDAYS
Meriurg Prayer
and Sertion J aja
' HOLY DAYB .
-00 a.m. Holy Communion
Church School each Hun. 1 J a.a
BIO AIAJO
St Chriatapher's Chareh
-.. lOUr Street. Parqu Lefevre -,K-
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest m Charge
'The Bar. Clarence A. CngweS.
, inlil.il
SUNDAYS "-. ;
4 :00 a jn. Holy Communion.
7:30 a.m. Suns Eucharist and Sermon.
10 JO S-Oft. Morning Prayer and -Church
DcnOOI. '- -:-
11:00 noon Holy Baptism. .' . ;r
4:3 p.m. Evensong and. Barman.
MONDAYS TT7
7 J pjn. 1st and trd. Woman's Auxi
Bary. .
TUESDAYS -'-
:3t p.m. Junior Daughters ai th
King.
7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, i
WEDNESDAYS .' i
g:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
, 7.00 ia Evening Prayar and Beligious
insirucuons.
THURSDAYS k : '
:00 p m.. Girls' Friendly Society, i
1:00 p m. 1st and 3rd. Singletons, j
SATURDAYS .7
I JO m. Junior Cenflrautioa Class.
1 Othsr aurchss
" CHUBCH OP THE PIA1ARENB
. A neon. C.Z.
Minlrter: Bey. Elmer O. Nelson
Box M, Anton. CZ. Balboa JtOS
Sunday School ........ I...- :tt am
Moming Worship ......... 10:30 a.m
Youth Service ............ 4:45 ia
Evening Service .......... 7:3 pm
NJTJn.8. seme .......... voo pm
Prayar Meeting, Wed. .... 1 JO pm
- RATIONAL BAPTIST OTORCI
. Panama KJP, 13rd Street last
Rev. B. H. Bream. kUaietet V :
SUNDAY: .- ...
Divine Worship ........... : a.m.
Sundav School ............ 1:00 am
Sunday Maases T. 7: U:45
tie AOaua. U?. Suaaay acnoai ai
IM pm. .... ...:h
' JEHOTAJI'B WITNESSES .'
Meatinn Thursdava at 7:80 p.m. and
sundav t 4:oo pm. tvira ateanorial
aus stauwa stoaa. nupe.
Cm mm or ffsus Christ
OP LATTUt-DAI SAINTS (Merman)
Sunday meettnga bt the IDS Chapel
on naiooa noaa. ...
Sunday School ............ t:00 am.
Priesthood Meeting ........ 10:30 am.
Sacrament Meeting ....... 4 00pm
Primary: Thursday 1:0 pm.
Belief Society: As annotmeetv
Telephone Balboa 237.
Atlantic Braaeh
i Bulldmg 200. Echoolhous Road,
I fiatum Canal Zone.
Taienhene. Gatiin 344 er fXatohal 1M7
Sunday Bchool i:vo am. nunoay aac-
ement Meeting :30 p.m. Prieshood
Meetina 0 B.m. Wennesday Prinary
:0 p.m. Werlnexloy Relict auciety mt-
ui aa anuv-.nceu. .
CtmUNOO PROluTAIIT.'. CHURCH;
"A Wara UosrUal CfeurelT
: Milton E. LeiSlg, Minister
Phono Res. 13-711 Of. I3-S1N
Sunday' School .......... I M am.
f A clam for every as) '
Moming Worship ......... 114 s.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... :00 pm.
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prsver and Praise (Wed.) '7:0 p.m.
A church nursay is provided for your
i OLtt CATHOLIC CHURCH ;
V .'St Baahae) The Archangel '
i 13th St Wast No. 1 n
Her Bucharlatt Bunda at' i J 'I
Tuesdava. Wednesday and Thursday
: am. v v -:!
SaeramanT at DnrtlM ineatmi Bar.
vie) : First Sunday ef aaca asonm
; Hapsn irlhat.. ChrMla) Chank
' PanaasA B.P
. : Bt ., X. anas. a Hi Blahep
Morning dvt)o a ........ J am
FeUonthip Woman Bt ...... U:t am
Sunday School at ............ S O am.
invin Service a' I J am
V C BAHA'I CPOTPB
r j, 1 BArlAI'S- CKNTtB
," -" 34 First Stret
Urbanlmdon El Carmen, Pane ml City
intormal Talk end Dlscuawona ,
Thursdava.. ....... ....... ..1:00 pm,
. Celea. Mb Si Preal Street
' (aasuin Amerieaa Baaar) (
Study Ciaaaes, Thursdays. IJ am
, BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
' Espalab St.. Parslso,- C.E.
In Wsldab H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am. Worihip SerTic..
3.00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:1S pm. Gospel Service. "
Monday: 7 JO Young People' Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christian
T11owahip.
Thursday; I JO Choir R -hears!. ''
Friday: 7 JO Women' Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. ,
i''';-'v f
" THF rrTURCH OF GOD
731 Eighth Street Colon
Rev. G. W. Granilaea. Fast '.
Sunday Schol :3 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:3 a.m.
Night service ............... 7 J pm
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD ,
Cer. Jamaica and Trinidad Bat
Rainbow City, Canal fen
Ry. G. W. Gcaartsea. Paster
Moming Worship M a.m.
Sunday .School .............. 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ................ tao pm.
THB CHURCH OF GOD
. ,. New Providence
, Mr. Mand Hiaea. Paster
Sunday School ........... .100 sm.
Moming Worship ............ II iM sjn.
Night Service ............... 7 JO pm.
' THB CHURCH OF GOD
:. Psnami City
Cmt. "H- and Mariaia Aiwsemrna Sat
Be. Wm. J. Jehnsen. Pastor
Sundsy School .,...,...... :3 am
Morning Worsnip ........... o:3 am.
Night Service ............... 7 JO p.m
THB CHUBCH OF GOD Rle Abs)
. Monte Oscar Rd-llth Bt
'Bev. Wat J. Johns, Paste'
Sunday -Schoo :.T0 .m
Morning Worship ..v.. ...... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... IM
CHURCH OP GOD (Penteceeul).
Rev B E. Watson. Overseer
Phone S-428, Box 253, Gambop
- ) ",''
- Churches at Paralso, C.Z (Re and
Mrs. -Herman G Whytel. Colon. RP
(Rev. Fernanda Lorence), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hsvnesi. anc
Csuvd (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves I
Sunday and weekday service at all
church-
" COMMUNITY rnt'RCB r
Diablo Height. CZ
(FuU Gospel) s
Rev. Csrl V. Thompson, Minister
' , Box T Gamboa, CX
, tjL -. Pbeae (-217
Special Engineers Bldg.. Diablo Heights
aunaay acnoni ........... 0:45 a.ra.
Worship Service ..,..., lfl:4im.
louin nervier T:nop.m.
Evangelistic Service ..... 7:30 nm.
West Bible Study Js Pravar 1 J p.m..

Posts end Bases
PACIFIC SIDB
. Protestant
FORT AMADOR 'S
Sunday School 304
Morning Warship 10 00
Church-Time Nursery School.... 10J0
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building Re. .'
12
Morning Worship 10.34
Wednesday Evening Prayar Meat-
- in and Rihle Ciaaa .. : J0
TORT KOBBS
Daily Mas ., (:13
Saturday Mass -..v.. ...... 3:00
Sunday School .......... IM a.m.
Sunday Morning Worship .10:30 a.ra
Sunday Masses 3.00 at 11:43
Monday Novena Devotions .... 7:30
Confessions-Saturday .... .O0 7:30
Sunday Family Hour ...... J pm
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School 11
Adult Bible Clase (NCO Club).. (:30
Morning Worship.' J 10:45
xouth reuowanip (JO
U S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday school ................. 1:30
Morning Worship 1140
Holy Communion First Sunday
ei Month)
13th ND HEADOTJARTERB CHAPEL
Morning Worship 1.00
Holy Communion First Sunday
at Month)
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mass ..........
Sunday Mane i......
Confessions. Saturday
Sunday
:S0
1:00
7:30
I3NI
.3:30 Js
. 30 Js
.1:30 a
FORT CLAYTON
DaUy Mam
Sunday Masses
....... :4S
7:43 A- O0
7 JO 3:00
Confessions, Saturday
aunaay
JBBIMVB) MaaVV
FORT K0BBB
, Saturday Mas
".V.V.?."Vii'
140
1:00
IM
JO
IJb
eunoay Masse
bpanisn
COROZAL
Daily Msa
No. 711)
Confession a. Saturday
(Building
ALBROOK AIR FORCI BASB
Daily Mam :0
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masse ......... 7:43 Js 11:00
Spanish 7 JO
Noven Services-Tuesday 7 KM
CenfessionS'Saturdav 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
vaiiy Mass 4v0
Sunday Mam I JO
aui, I ..,..'!
FORT KOBBS -'-"U'.xv
Saturday ........ ...v.... 10
ALBROOK ATR FORCE BASB
Saturday 1J0
USO-JWB (Balbaa) v
snoay ........................ 130
ATLANTIC BTDB
Fretestant ,. J-
fort davis ,"
Sunday School J.,...'.'.' :45
Morning Worship ...'.,... H w
Midweek Fellowship, Thursday.. 7 JO
PORT GUUCK '',t' l!l.' v
Sunday School 1:45
Morning Warship .............. 11:00
Youth Fellowshio. Suniiav a on
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coca Sole -
v Sunday School 1:30
uauy Mas ...,.,..... 7:81)
Morning Warship 11:00
aioiy communion run Sunday
of Month) '
.. .. cafhah ."'.J ,(
P inday Mam t..,...'..,...'.-.., :30
Couaesuuis, Sunday M ......... BAS
PORT CULICK ''i-'-ft J 1
pally, Mam .......... MM..M t0
nunoay ssam 7:45
Spanish' 1:45
vooieasiona, Saturday ...tM as 7 UN)
0 1- 7yL BATIoil Coca Sola
7:00
SundmV jUaBJl v.i
Coco BbuTO 77" v '";
:00
IJ
PORT GUUCK
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WeekW
Service la J Churehm a
follows 1
Saturday t i:i!.',:,.-,,1;,,-,.,
Ssbbatb School 13 am
Divine Service 11.0 a.m.
Youth' Matting 4:3 pm -" ''
1 Wedneeday Bible Study and Prayer
Service 7 JB nm.
Pacific Side Paasmi A Balbaa Dhrtrlet
Pastor "W. H. Wallar Tel. 33 J 350
Cabe Yard a. Ave. J. V. da U ran. sr.
IT. .., 1 .8 ,.
Cnorrfllo 15th No. IT J
Pueblo Nueva 1-A at u.u.
and 4th St. .
Klo Abajo Uth Bt No. 17
Balboa Chanel 044 CavlIJa UA tt.i.
boa (Saturday onlvl.
Spanish Charckm Paxaaa aad
Cristobola Dlrtriet f
Pastor Ruben Ruix :
Panama. Call Darlen No. 1
Cristobal, uth Jt Bolivar Ave.'
Gamboa A Frlialea.
District raste A A. Gristle
TL No. g.01 .1 i
Gamboa, Pratr! Parkway Frljole. j
Atlanrla Sid Cla and
Cristdbal District
Pastor Neblett-TeL 33-33
Colon 3rd St A Central Ave. CriatA.
bal llth A Bolivar Ave.
Central office: Gavilan Read TeL X.
Jewish
Jewlel Welfare Board Bid 791-X 1
Boca aoad. Balboa. C. Rabbi Nathan
Witkln Director
Servie Frldav: 1 dO a.aa. Batiiraae
f JO pm .', ..
(Sea asa listing of Jewish tervlees
undr post Bates and Stations).
Cangreaanon Kol Shearlth Israel A.
nida O'bs and 3Sth Street Bella Viata
finama c'tty. Service :p pm
Lutheran
SFTDEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Bead at Wight Street
' Bev. Robert t. Gussick, Paste
P.O. Box We, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible eiss 140 a.m.
' Divine Service 11:11 a.m.
"Divine Servic at Margsrtta (In St
Margaret' Episcopal Church) Sunday
4:lHI B.m. 1 ... .1
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RENO, Nev. (UP) At least
one of Reno's 1,200 parking
meters apparently is playing sec second
ond second fiddle to the city ma machine!
chine! machine! and gamblin? gp'"-
bearmg a California license wat
ticketed for over-parking on a
downtown street. The combination
citation-envelope turned up a few
dayi later in the office of the
municipal court clerk. On it were
these words: "All tu
Goodv-bye Reno!" Inside was a
penny candy bav

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hearts, and two clubs. The trou trouble
ble trouble is thit South caa't reach both
of, dummy g tricks. Ho must ei either
ther either overtake the jack of spades
or the king of clubs to reach the
dummy, and either play costs a
trick. j
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best play for 12 tricki 11 to over overtake
take overtake both of these cards.-
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South win the first diamond,
overtakes the king of clubs with
dummy's ace, and leads the jack
of clubi. East might cause trou
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South would still make the -slam
by careful play-. Assume that East
takes the queen of luba and re
turns a diamond.
Declarer runs tho diamonds.
discarding a heart from dummv.
Ho next cashes the ace ,ni queen
oi ipaaes, aiier wnicn no over
takes the jack 'of spades -with
dummy's lungs. He would be safe
now if the spades were 3-3. Since
dummy's last ,, ipad would be
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in ten oi ciuDg squeezes West.
: West has already discarded one
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West discards t another heart.
South makes the last three tricks
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CIVILIAN AWARD Frank A. S. Mclntyre (left -center), civi civilian,
lian, civilian, member of Signal Corps, AUaptic division, receives tha
meritorious civilian service award from Col. Edwin O. Earl," ?
(right center), Signal Of fleer, USARCARIB,u In ceremonies'
held in the latter's office at Corozal recently Mclntyre wort'11
the award for his work In Installing microwave and television
equipment dn the Isthmus. Looking on are Alfrdd G. Bynurrj
(left), also of the Atlantic division Signal Corps and Cart
Rudolph J. Glogovcsan (right), commanding officer of th
; Atlantic division. 1

Musi Learn About :
Guided Missiles
WASHINGTON, f ANS) All kt
mv oersonnel must sea ui re a
sound understanding of guided
missiles and their application to
ground combat operations, accord
in 2 to a new Armv Regulation,
Currently beine distribued AR
525-30 esvablishes the basic policy
for the integration of missiles into
the Army weapons system. This
directive requires commanders to
exploit the capabilities of missiles
in training, planning, ana. opera
tions. -.vfw-.,
The regulation also announced
that surface-to-surface and s u r
face-to-air units .have been orga
nized under aooroved tables of or
ganization and equipment, trained,
ajnd assigned operational- missions
in the active Army.. .?".'
The Commanding General, Con
Unental Army Command is respon
sible according to the directive,
for the development of training
programs, and tactical doctrine
for the missile units. The artillery
commander at each echelon is
responsible to his immediate
commander for command and
control and basic recomnienda
tions as to use of the units.
In announcing policies, the regu
lation states that the ground com
mander must be capable of deli
verine the atomic punch ii i i n g
missiles in a wide variation of
ranges. It states also thit Army
forces have' a' primary require requirement
ment requirement and responsibility for ur-face-lavmrried
missile rriT'lnyed
in guprsort of Combat ltic : ,it 'to
operatiuDS on land and in execu execution
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KESEOOT-ELECT, MRS. DK LA GUARDIA AND PARTY
riSIT HAITI AT INVITATION OF PRESIDENT MAGLIORE
The President-Elect and Mrs. Ernesto de la Gaardia, Jr.
' will spend the weekend In Haiti, where they plan to inspect
co-operative agriculture experiments. The invitation for his
visit was extended by President Magliore durinr the Meeting
' r of Presidents in Panama this July. The Ambassador of Haiti
and other Interested officials will accompany the President President-Liect.
Liect. President-Liect. i. '

TeSeri' Reception
wM Be Held At Diablo
Mr. Frank Wilder of Los Bios,
president of Diablo .Heights Par-
Tuesday, Sept, 75 as th date of j
U. A t-.nintinn't Annual tfirhpf''
; reception to be held in the Diablo
Gvmnasium at 7:00 p.m. :
I 'Mrs. Womble of Diablo,' Chair
man of the reception committee
intirMnatft a larea turn out. The
reception will be an Informal so-!
cial ffair tn extend a welcome to
' the Diablo School teachers. The
i r it
' reception win oner an exceuem
; opportunity for parents and teach-
ers to become 'acquainted and to
i renew acquaintances- interrupted
i bv summer vacations.
Mr. Bsser, Superintendent of the
? Collinge, .Assistant Superintendent

' J of the Schools' Division, wrv itoger
J Michel, Principal of Diablo School
and the Diablo teachers will at attend
tend attend the reception. u
' All parents of Diablo School stu

Showing at Your Service
DIABLO HTS. CIS 1:1
RayMllland
Mary Murphy
"A MAN ALONE"
Sun. "Never Say Goodbye":
MARGARITA 1:15 t:20
Dean Martin j ; j x
Jerry Lewis r
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PARAISO :15 1:25
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CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:55

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" CAPTAIN CAUTION"

dents are requested to be at the
Diablo Gymnasium' at T o'clock
Tuesday evening, Sept. 2 to assist
in starting off the 1956-57 school
year with their full support.
Former Elizabeth Lockridge
Announces Arrival Of Son )
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Huls, Jr.
announce the arrival of a son, Ca Ca-ry
ry Ca-ry Graham Huls, born Sept, in
Hartford. Connecticut. The young

man weiehed 7 lbs. and 8 ozs.
Mrs. Huls is the former Eliza-
beth Lockndee. daughter ef Mr.
and Mrs. G. C. Lockridge of An-
con. - -.i
Mr. Huls is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. B, Huls of Guatemala Ci
ty and be is employed as a test
engineer for Pratt Whitney Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Co.
Lily Dacha's Clamor Book
Will Be Reviewed B
CZ College Club
The Book Review Group of the
Canal Zone College Club will open
Center Theatres Today!
GAMBOA 1:15
"UNDERWATER"
Sunday "Patterns"
GATUN 7:00
"THE LAST COMMAND"
Sun. "Birds & The Bees"
CRISTOBAL :1S 1:10
Alr-Condltioned
Lana Turner
"RAINS OF RANCHIPTJR"
Sun. "View From Pompey'a"
Head".
Air-Conditioned
2:00 4H0 6:20 8:30
SANTA CRUZ 8:15 1:40 1
"THE COBWEB"
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its 1956-57year Thursday, Sept. 27
at 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Richard C. Ser

geant and Mrs. Austin C Yodor
will serve as hostesses at t h e
home of Mrs. Sergeant, 2473 Mor
gan Avenue, Balboat
Mrs. WUliam B. Tucker, chair
man of the group, will present
Mrs. Willard R, Seymour, who will
review Lily Dache s diamor book
All members of the club will be
welcome.
Denald Humphrey Honored
On Birthday Anniversary
In honor of the fifteenth birth
day anniversary of their son, Don
aid L. Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. B
Donald Humphrey arranged a sur
prise luncheon Thursday afternoon
at their home to JNew cnstoDai.
Classmates invited to help Don
aid celebrate included: Huey Lee
Martha Johnson, Colleen Salter,
Windy Sasso. Jimmy Palumbo, Ed Eddie
die Eddie Pabon, Acao Chong, Keith Ku-
ug, Jon McGraw, George Mer
cier and Jimmy Brooks.
VFVV Auxiliary EnUrtalns 1
Patients At Blnao :
The VFW AuxUiary hospital
committee, composed of Francis
Sebastian and Vera Bolek. enter
tained the' patients at Gorgas Hos
pital with a bingo, Wednesday
evening, sept. is.
Winners were SFC Roye Knight,
SFC Robert Summers from Fort
Clayton, SFC Thomas Jones from
Lima, Peru; S-Sgt. Severing Irue-
gas and A-2U Billy McKee from
Albrook AFB, Pvt. William McEl-
roy from Fort GQlick. and Rodri
go Chavez from Costa Rica, who
were awarded with cigarettes. AI
so, a delicious punch was served.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
Fiction
rfV"T fin VTr a b Ttra nrkmwn
! William Rrfnk-W ;
I' THE LAST HURRAH ; Edwin
O'Connor
THE MANDARINS Simone de
Beauvoir
A SINGLE PEBBLE John
Hersey -t .,
A THING OF BEAUTY A. J.
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ANDB:rS0M7LLE MacKinlay
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EISENHOWER: THE INSIDE
STORY Robert J. Donovan
ARTHRITIS AND C. n M M n M
SENSE Dan Dale Alexander
THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN Sir
Winston C.urchlH ; -GUESTWARD
HO! - ? Barbara
Hooton and Patrick Dpnnii
LOVE OR PERISH SmHey
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.STEPHEN A. HERRING, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marlon S. Her Herring
ring Herring of Gamboa. CZ., has received an official appointment
from the U.S. Maritime Commission, Washington,. D.C., as
Cadet-Midshipman to the U.3. Merchant Marine Academy,
Kings Point,; Long Island, N.Y. Stephen registered at the
Academy on Sept. 4.

By LESTER SOERHEIDK
- If the attendance grows much
more "Inspiration Please will
have to move to larger quarters.
There, were few empty seats last
Sunday night when the panel took
Its place behind the big table. At
one enu of the table cnapiam
Ralph-Arms of Fort Gulick sat
resplendent in his dress whites, at
the other end the Rev. R. F. Gus
sick, Pastor of the Lutheran
Church of the Redeemer in Bai
boa. In between them Mrs. Urban
Johnson of Fort Kobbe, Capt. Da)-!
las mm of AiDrooK, and miss
Sharon Light of Fort Kobbe, tookj
their turns before the microphone,
This time the panel grabbed the
ball and ran with it, to such an ex
tent twt-the master of ceremo
nies, Rev; Soerheide had to plead
with the congregation to get InKr
me act. However tne panel put on
such a dazzling performance for a
while that no one had anything to
say, t many a question cam u
asking whether or not it was pos
sible for a person to live complete
ly without sin." Here the dam of
silence broke and discussion pro
ana con Decame hot and neavy.
Finally someone asked the counter-question
"Does anyone here
claim to have lived without sin, or
does anyone know of anybody who
has lived without sin." There was
no reply and so the master of cer ceremonies
emonies ceremonies turned to the next ques question.
tion. question. PRESIDENTE
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Each Sunday night the discus discussion
sion discussion seems to become more inter
esting and the performance of the
panel more proficient. Through
familiarity many are asking qties
uons and make comments who
would do have, dreamed of doing
so before;, The congregation was
enthusiastic in its approval of this
program and is looking forward
greatly to next Sunday. Many are
regretting' already that only two
more evenings remain in which to
enjoy "inspiration Please
, All military pemnnel are most
cordially invited,to attend and,; to
submit questions on Bible church
or anything having to do with reli religion.
gion. religion. The questions need not be
signed and they will be honestly
and iairly .treated and' answered.
The program is being recorded by
Cif.N. and rebroadcasted a ch
Sunday at 5 o'clock. It is possible
to get In on the discussion one
Sunday and bear yourself over the
radio the following Sunday. The
qme is e:3U p.m. at the chaplains
acuvuy center ton koddc. i: ?
7-Time Bridesmaid
Will Marry
Wjthout:Attendant
LOMnnv. Rent 55 nro 1
peer's daughter 7 times a brides bridesmaid
maid bridesmaid nlanned a trln tn the altar
fpr herself today without the
traditional; feminine assistance.
Anftonla Pakenham,' 23 year year-old
old year-old daughter of LordPakenham,
said she would be married Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday to Hugh Fraser, 38. There
will be no bridesmaids.
Antonia who once caused a
stir at ... Oxford University by
smoking cigars, has been a
brldesmlad 7 times since she was
3 years old. v,,. ,,, ;
I "It's not that I don't want to
Inflict beln? a bridesmaid on
anybody,- she said of her own
wedding. '.'It is a small church,
so I chose none."
O O O O J
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jof half tha h)
secret v
agents of
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still he V
wouldn't let
io of the I3i
deadliest VI
secret a
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carried! v

ROBERT
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SPLASH PARTY AT 1 HOTEL POOL-Members of the El Panama Cabana Club enjoy a f pla,
Party at the hotel pool, Thursday night. Hamburgers and hot dogs were served and mem member
ber member had fun both in and out of the water. : .- v. ; .... :..-..y-' ..-

Why caa't bnsine.'s firms be as
businesslike with housewives as
they are in their other dealings!
You call a big comnanv with a
full-scale, service department be because,
cause, because, the. oven on your electric
stove has quit cold. But can you
find out when to expect, repair
man to arrive?
i Nope, you can't pin 'em down.
Maybe he'll be out tomorrow
morning and maybe it will be the
day after: they say. So youstay
home for a day-and-a-half afraid
to leave long enough to go to the
market just watching for the re re-palp
palp re-palp -truck, ,i ... I
If you could makea. businesslike
appointment, for a certain hour on
a certain day, how much easier it
would be,- ...7 ,.-:
You buy a fancy labor-saving
devic 'that looks about as com complicated
plicated complicated as a B-29. Does the1 man
who installs it check it thoroughly
to make sure' everything is working
and take time out to. teach you
now to run ut-.- ;' ;
Not unless voii" are 1 ii c k v.
Chances are, ybiiU spend a week
or two: on repeated1 calls and in
waiting for several service calls
before everything on it works the
way it js. supposed to. ;
Another Wetful Example
,You have trouble with another
appliance and the serviceman who
comes out, to repair the.; damage
asks if you have changed a filter.
oiled the machine .in numerous
hard-to-find' places,- or have .done
this or done that none of which
you were ever told jou were sup supposed
posed supposed to do.v-; ,!;)-1.;,l,'.i y ,y:
Why isn't upkeep explained v to
you .when your complicated piece
of macninery is delivered?...
You engage atcarpenter to dt
an odd job that should be done In
half a day but,. it is done in tn-:
stallmenls and you're .dnwnrif ')t ')t-lucky
lucky ')t-lucky if the job is coniplfuj ttii
days later. I
, In the. minds of business firms
and repairmen nothing is so val val-wife's
wife's val-wife's time.-'.' :
Edward L Farrell, Jr.
Elected Vice President
Of.Panajfla
(PA-C)'- Panagra (Pan Amer
ican-Grace Airways) has an
nounced the election of Edward
L. Farrell,- Jr. as a ylce pres president
ident president of the airline.
Mr. Farrell ; Is special assist
ant to Andrew B.v Bhea, the
company's president, and was
elected a director of the airline
last December.-H joined W. R.
Grace & Co.-in November 1954
attar a distinguished military
career with the United States
Army In Europe and Korea
where he attained the rank of
Lt. Colonel. 5 '--i y.f
A ttraduate ot Boston Univer University
sity University College of Business Admin Administration,
istration, Administration, Mr. Farrell received
his LLB from the University of
Kansas City -School of Law, and
is a member of the New York
Ba.r ;'"" ";
Born in Boston. Massachusetts.
Mr. Farrell now lives at Oak
Clove, Central Valley, New York,
with his wife and three daugh
ters.' Ik ,-.
tUnded tcith Genius
&MelbicedivithAga
I-
i ttUabith It
FLVEST SCOTCH WmSXY ;
CIA MINHIttUtt. S.

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Visiting Army
Leaves After

O
Lt. Gen. Laurin L.; "William?,
Comptroller of the Army;'" said
the. UJS. Army Caribbean Com Command
mand Command wlU soon adopt the "Army
Program Management. System
which "brings fiscal manage management
ment management down to the- leveb where
costs are generated." '' ; : r 'r
Gen. WiHiama with a party
of experts from' the Comptrol Comptroller's
ler's Comptroller's office left .yesterday after
a three-Lday sttajr in the Canal
Zone area during which time he
and members of hi& party ex explained
plained explained the functions of the Ar Army
my Army Management System to lo local
cal local staff officers.-
Gen. Williams aajd 'the Army
Management System is the "la "la-tegra:lon
tegra:lon "la-tegra:lon of programing budget
accounting which will produce
a cost of performance, budget."
He said that it has been re requested
quested requested that the system be in
effect' In USARCARIB by Jan. 1,
1957, but that its. 4mplementa 4mplementa-tlon
tlon 4mplementa-tlon Is up to the local comptrol comptroller;
ler; comptroller; Col. J.' H. Wiechmanh. v-
:The concept of the whole sys system
tem system is based on the Army pro program
gram program ay stem In which" work load
is forecast and scheduled and
funding-for the work load is on
a' broad base with "fiscal flexi flexibility'"
bility'" flexibility'" ai the installation. level,
the Comptroller said. J :V
. t'X)bligatlpna are Recorded, oh' oh'-ly
ly oh'-ly at the program level, with
funded' costs' beiow' the level
which- can ithen be reviewed by
higher-echelons against- .fore .forecasts
casts .forecasts ; made "by" the, operator,"
Gen." Williams' said.; ,-
This means 'thall; -the. Depart Department
ment Department of the Army will assign an
Installation or a-command: a
particular .mission. ;Tie .com .command
mand .command ; then determines how M
will, work to meet that mission
and how much If wHrcost b
fulfill its obligations. The ion ion-ey
ey ion-ey is then' budgeted on the basis
of the reported, needs as" review reviewed
ed reviewed by higher echelons.
Geh'. Williams said that with within
in within the 'United Staites nractlcally
all installations will be undeo
tnu system by the end of this
calendar year.' '-"i -' ''
The Army Management Sys
tem, was initiated in pe Ala'
kaii Command last : m o n t h,
USARCARIB is the second over-.
seas area to go on th system
'Accompanying Gen. Williams
were Russell Roane, chief of the
Army's accounting and funding
division, f. b. Mcouvery, H. E.
Cox, CoK J. P. Aherh, and Lt
Col. Di C, Barton. ;s -'
Following his arrival Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. Gen. WBIiams
was escorted to Fort Amador
by MaL Gen. Thomas L. Har Har-rold,
rold, Har-rold, USARCARIB Command Commanding
ing Commanding General, where he receiv received
ed received a 15-gun salute and then
reviewed an honor gmard. The
rema'nder of the- day. was
spent in conference with staff
members of th various sec sections
tions sections at USARCARIB Bead
quarters. t.?-'.',.-'. .,
Wednesday niornin? G e h.
Williams made an official call
on. Lt. Gen. William K. Harri
son, commander-in-Chief,' Ca
ribbean command.-at Quarry
Heights. j '.m. f
From Quarry Heights, Gen.
Williams, accompanied by Gen.
Harrold. began -a tour which
took them to the Jungle Warfare
Training center, the USARCA
RIB eenooi at Fori Gulick ana
the old Spanish Fort gan Lo Lorenzo.
renzo. Lorenzo. Other membert of Gen.
THSESS-
' .letter -v.-
fiavors ;
better!,'
It'i donbl-CTeiBl! Smootlwr.
crnjier richer io Biiistarf flavor'
won't fade out in cooking. Eettt fo?
cold eut, hot dm I. MmdwidiK. toot
DiiTerent because it's
DOUBLE-CREAMED!
. yiorieCtlartn&tlhnipr'parti muifar
( afBiiable at ....--'
vour local comrriartei.

Comptroller
3-Day Tour

',' 1 I IV ;-
.; ':ri '.V.ftr-'N
Williams', party' visited, install a-
uons ana stau sections xetjuir xetjuir-ing
ing xetjuir-ing further orientation on let
new management system':.,1'
Thursday morninff the, cbcf tr tr-ences
ences tr-ences continued t5en. Williams
visited, the .offices of col ,J7 II.
Wlechmann. tjsarcari! dmrn.
kroller Thursday; morning,- n4
aceompaniea by Roane and Cox,
visited the Amir Aurtit onrv
Thursday afternoon.'..- ,1 ,;
.Yesterday mornirg Gen. Williams-departed
for ;ash!r--on,-
D.C., after a hal confer enc
wil;h Gen. Harrold.
II 11 .'J(. ....,!'. LLi
Charles E.. Hjvwnort mii-in
at the joint meeting of the Lt. Ogr Ogr-vyn
vyn Ogr-vyn H. i JToumblovv Memorial I t
3876 and us Auxiliary, staled "1,
best way to protect the liberties
and .individual, rights guaranteci
by our Constitution, is for each of
us .to exercise our franchise.
' 'This iw e e k i is Cpnslitutioa
Week' he added.j iitr is therefore
appropriate- that, we .ve homage
to the 55 men, i wbo. after 1 p u f
months rinlihrratmn iivilA mi
'consufution.1' h4 ... i
This .documenf it 'tho Wi- f
conceived by mmi It-is a svr 1
lions. oppressed under -.;C u m ri u-
nism.: nr. At i.
. 'if b'' "vt' ot s
r'8wi" 'y in t
of p?it i. (
we hsv i t j ., ;
t timit inn vti villi i.
! govern ur i mty u s
principles and Wgh, i pre-,
jnulptted .by ur forefithtrsj
.'This ; post r deserves 'tol;be epm-
mendedv hn rnnplnr)t : 'v. .,
non-Dartisarf re ei,trtinn nH nt.
ing campaign.is';."r fine. patriotic
service:'. . i..
i Members nt ,.tli. "jCI rWl'V-"' it
Mouinblow .t Memorial Ppst -i'Ztni
and. Auxiliary are ,vjH attendance
aauy. except aunoay and. Monday
from 2:30.to".$.:30 p.m.' lo assist.
VOte as in ob'tjinin akcsrit.a
ballot. Free, information mayv; be
receiyeq oy applying' iir person t
the Post Home, 1918 Mth 'Street,
Cristobal, or by tailing a-1590. -
I4fji - '"t ...
'NiiawI. Lvaivlij
S:ci:f (cr.::if
Skrls Otf:!::r 5 i
Sirst balloting in the secofij 'an 'an-1
1 'an-1 popularity contest, ipon,rt
by the St.. Peter's Mutual Benefit
Society, has been scheduled f o r
Oct. 5 m the parish hall of St. Pe Peter's
ter's Peter's Church, the society's ,specisl
efforts ; committee' announced to today.
day. today. .. ."'-"S
However, contestants5 propose te
cast their first ballots -when. -they
are formally introduced to ;t h
membership at. a meeting sched scheduled
uled scheduled for Tuesday night., .
Rules governing1 the c n t e s t
were explained to, the nine contest contestants
ants contestants by the committee, last. Mon Monday
day Monday night. Sponsors have been. ap appointed
pointed appointed for each.. '
Contestants representing 'tick
of the nine provinces of tha Repub Republic
lic Republic of Panama are: Luisa Nurse,
Code; Cecilia Flemmings,,' CTiiri CTiiri-qui;
qui; CTiiri-qui; Monica, Moore, Colon; EdNa
Ferraro, HriTera; Gloria1 -Benia.
min, Panama ; Barbara Layne. e
raguas; and Anita Gallier,, parien.
v... v---
" Toitej ond loolu li'xe o'd fosH.
toned flon-Wl you can moV
(oyal flan in mmules. Just conv
' bine e Royal flan mixture oni
milk m e KUKepofl. bnrg it te
' boil, and pour ii in!o mpMv 1
Four luicioui teryinji. Wl.
you ihop J-O'li for tiya f ox

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11 3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN "t LNDEPEXT-ENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FACI ntj
Holt's Daughters
!
!
! 4
; i n
Carry On Korean
Adoption Program
SEOUL. Sept. 22 (IT) Two
C 4 F 70L0
s;c. 23f-
r r-rT "rT in
1 . ...:, G
- and
Sii:"TIT STARLET
T IV 0 LI
35c :oc.
' "THE F.OAS TO
j DENVER,
t and
EAST CC'riAXD
CECILIA
. Joan Crawford in
AUTl'MN,, l EAVES
Hear Nat King C: e sing the
song that made famous t&is
picture!.., Plus:
See the dirty tricks In boxing
' Hi!rnr'Tv F -T-t In
T"E KAK3 1. Y FALL
R I 0
VICTORIA
ISc.
COMMANDO CODY
Chapters 9-lOs
STBFETS OF SAN
FRANCISCO
- and -ARIZONA
COWBOY
J5c.-
20e.
daughters of Harry Holt, Ortjoit
NIGHT LOTTERY!
PRIVATE VfATl OF
MAJOR rr.NiON
- and -TAF
ROOTS
with Van Hefiin
farmer s e 1 f-appo.nted adoption
apent -ef Korean- mencan or
phans. eft for the United States
i I
yesterday eseorin? emidren to
their new American homes.
V.anda. 21. and Barbara. 17.'
flew to America with 12 boys anJ
13 girls, all under :0.

vs

i k jSo ci a fi a ii d Qtli

er.wi&e,

Lt. G.rvyn H. MesimWe
. Pa.t Ns. .3174 VFW

It Garvvn H. Moumblow Mem Memorial"
orial" Memorial" Post Ko, 3878 VFW will hold
(if business t meeting

vont 24. at 7:30. at the; ceremonies..

Post home in Cristobal. Comman

der G.. Bonzouraet win imoru. Rjinbow Cjr,

jneinbers ot tne events cum.ciuus
the Post's third annual. Veterans
Ty dance which will be held ,at
t e Strangers Club Nov.. 10.
'Cri-Zskal Atstmbly .?.. -.V-
K( Cptn Installation .
Cnatobat Assembly No.' 2, Order
c-f t!-e Rainbow for Grils will, hold
an open installation of officers at
7 30 p on Thursday evening,
y-pt. 27, at .the Cristobal Masonic
1 duple-V. vs. .' -i
T'.ss Shirley Keepers of Gatun
will be installed .Worthy Advisor.
In .the absence : of. Miss Patricia
Leach, the-retiring Worthy Advis Advisor.
or. Advisor. Miss Nellie F. Holgerson, Past
M orthy Advisory will be the; in installing
stalling installing officer. v

All members, parents and

friends of Rainbow. are most cor

dially invited -to attend.. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served in the ban

quet hall following the. installation

Paris Bakers
Strike To Protest

Price Ceilings

'.PARIS, Sept. .22 (UP) -.Paris,
rnVprs' started a 24 hour strike

' i esterday ; to protest ; government

ceilings on the price oi ore.
The strike defied a, government
order, issued, yesterday directing
the bakery shops to remain, open.
' :ihe -baker contend they must
raise prices to "pay for. a 15 per

cent, increase in, wages recenu
. urn hlfrl their emDloves. ;.

. Thft. averaee Frenchman eats

Viore i than one loaf of. bread a
day. -. ( "fif tiUf-yt

MOWfS ty -IAC0 Hl j

Initallatian

Balboa Assembly N. 1 Order of

Rainbow for Girls cordially m- just after she completed

vites all parents and friends to an i Lett Hadd of tod."

open: installation of officers to -be
held tonight at 7)30 p.m. at the
Balboa Masonic Temple, D j a n e
Jacobs will be installed as Worthy
Advisor. Refreshments w i 1 1 be
served in v the banquet hall direct directly
ly directly following the installation. ,
Scout-News'

(n'nr Srauti Sauaht .

Sr-ninr Trnon 80. Girl Scouts 01

America, are navmg a mun
for aU high school girls who re
interested in4 becoming Senior
Scouts on Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the
Balboa Girl Scout House (behind
the Balboa Elementary School).

. 'Refreshments will bejierved at

the end of the jneeting. .f ,;
' ) r : ''
,'y..,,si;vi. t J'
,- OQ NOT (DISTURB V v

HOLLAND, Mich.- (UP ) Ot Ottawa
tawa Ottawa County' deputies and Coast
Guardsmen .leaped into' actipn at

renorts of a: rowboat aaritt in

intiA Maeatawa shortly 'after

a.m. They boarded a cruiser arid
raced to -the scene. "Man, what's
the trouble?" came a voice from
the bottom of the boat. "Can't- a
guy get a decent night's sleep

LenientPp
O f Hody e Bank; Scandals

HOLLYWOOD (NEK) Hol Hollywood
lywood Hollywood and Grapevine: 'Gene
Tierney's medics told her that
she's fiddle-fit again and can ac accept
cept accept another tnovie assignment.

SIm went under medical treatment

"'The
Elvis

Presley's advisers are telling him

not to accept the starring role in

that proposed film biography of

James Dean. It's dangerous, they
argue, for a star to pisy another
public favorite, particularly one
who became a legend as swiftly
as Den.
Shirree Nerth teak an emotion emotional
al emotional upptrcut to the heart in her
strange discovery thtt ho man

she had. considered her father
was really her stop-father and

that her rool father had passed

eway some five years earlier An
edded blew was the realisation
that her brother end sister were

not actually.- fult-bloed relations,

It ? hasn t .been officially an announced,
nounced, announced, but 1 M a r t o and Bclty
Lanza intend to linger in Europe
for a year or more. Whopping tax

exemptions are still granted to
Americans who toil in Europe for
18 months or-more. Tab
Hunter Vand Natalie : Wood are
blazing, rocking, sending up
sparks or anything else in the
very-very-warm department But
John Derek and Arsula Andrcss,
I hear, aren't planning marriage

when he is free, come next Mayl given a hatful of eyeteeth to have

played the alcoholic doll in "The

Gregory Pock and his Verontque

have reservad hotel accomod
tiom In Snain for early January.

He'll Mar In "Forty Thieves"

while he's in Flamencoland.

Piper Laurie t3id to long to her

parents end moved into an, apart
ment she could call htr own.

VV

WAIltNGTftN, Sept.. 2l '(UP) '(UP)-Se
Se '(UP)-Se n.- J. William ,Fulbnght said
today former Illinois- state Audi Auditor
tor Auditor Orville Hodge might never
have had a chance to, engage in
. a mUlion-dollar check fraud if
the government .had not been so
"lenient" with certain, state

Ffiihrishf 1 chairman, of the

Senate Banking Committee which
is investigating the rple of the
' priprl Denosit insurance Corp.

in the check scandal. Hodge is
now serving a 12-15 year sentence

for-embezzling state iunas.;v
: rmr ff,.ili insisted tney

. acted properly. Reviewing, with
Fulbright the events which led
.. h. .ounrtaT. thev eaid they

II U iU UIV I j
took all the' action they could
trader lederal law to ron out

. troubles of the oanssj wvpiveu.
. v,.ikrnhf rharced. however.

that the FDIC let $ pattern of

bal banking practices uevc.vi.
. 4k. r ,u,hirh eventually

led to the check scandal. He said
he couldn't understand why they
. were so "lenient" with banker
Henry Joha J. Beutel.
R.nfol vii -nresldent Of the

rnw-defunct First State Bank of

Elmwoott iarit 6 6-recently
recently 6-recently was found to have owned
a substantial interest -in-the Bank
of Elmwood Park, successor
KanV formprl- after Hodse.'- as

state auditor, closed the. original

f kank: in, ; 1953. ''
. Fulbright opened the hearing hy
warline a statement which said

the committee knows .nothing to
cause concern to depositors of the
present Elmwood bank. He asked
1 the tress to stress the point so

.that the hearings would not re-J
, fleet. on, it ,.', '.:; ... '. .. .y.
s The committee's inquiry is
. aiiried at determining whether the
FDIC played an 'adequate and
proper" role in Ihe Illinois case
- and whether Stricter banking laws
art needed to present such
' arn!al$. v '" 1

- Testimony brought out that' the

FDIC supf rvifion examiner for

Illinois. Eueene R. Gover, recom

mended that the uu; wiinaraw

First State Bank of Elmwood

Park. He acted after Hodge had
threatened to' close the bank

beranse of its loan policies.'

The testimony also showed that
the FDIC had received a report

3 years earlier which was critical

of the bank s loan policies. :

: Fulbright said the testimony
showed that the JF'DIC 'played

along" with Beutel for 3 years.

He said this set a 'pattern"
which 'finally ended up in the

Hodge affair.

Maple T, Harl, former FDIC
chairman, said the agency acted
within a reasonable time. He
testified that the first critical
reports on Beutel did not reach

the FDIC. .'v .' '.

..Cover testified that Hodge had
closed the original bank under
state authority and the FDIC
lacks jurisdiction to step in as

long as the bank remains in state

hands.. ; ....

Police Crack 2
-Brazil Killings

SAO PAULO,. Brazil, Sept. 22

(UP) Police .said today they had
solved 2 mtirders., committed bv

the sametnan, one in 1951 and the

otner-.in 1853. ' t
According to the police Teport,
Joao. Pedro Arrudj,. 43",. killed his
father-in-law Sabastiao Moreira
Quiroz, 83, in 1953. Two vears

later he killed his wife, Isabel
Moreira, 43.- V
Police said in both cases Arruda

sought to throw them off by re reporting
porting reporting the disappearance of his
victim And asking police help to
find them. ,.,
Both crimes were solved, police
said, when they grilled Josefina
Jesus, a servant" in- -Amide's

household.. ,

'Vic Damone and Pier Angeli

will lieht In New York perm a

nentlv with Pier flying in for her

movie assignments. As of this

wnt:r. Vic down t feel that mov

ies aie his cup of mincsii-one.

Jack Casstdy, the banasome

blond star who won the heart of

Shirley Jones over aU-other Loch

invars, will be giving competition
to Gordon i MacRae and Howard

Keel in the near future- He s up
for two bis musical films. It can

now be told that Shirley smiled
through, tears often during the

year tnat preceaea ner marriage
to Jack. His dvorce was held up

,'

a long time because of religious

reasons.
.

Esther Williams vetoed a Brit British
ish British film patterned along tha linos
of her MGM watar aooetaclai.

She's definitely ut to stoke her
claim as a dramatic actress.
Even the die-hards are beginning

to oamir mat Mack Krim is no

longer the "krim" in Kim Novak's

cento.

Every actress in Mnvi A1W kl

eern n Ihmw T..LL!. n I

oias tor arawuig one of the plum
roles of the year in the movie
version of "The Reluctant Debu Debutante."
tante." Debutante." Not too long ago, Debbie

was so oiscoaraged mat she talked
about giving up her career, (

frank 5inatreJt still .blazine

over a reporter who recorded hi

remarks by means of ,a concealed
tape gadget. In-the-knowers
insist that Josanne Berenger will
have a small ; role in Msrlon
Brando's independent movie.1 "To
Tame a Land." She'd love to tame
Marlon. ", ; Cloud stuff of the
year is the rumor that Montgom Montgomery
ery Montgomery Clift wants Elizabeth Taylor

io star in a movie 'biography of
Libby Holm an. It' true that
they're both involved in Monty's
life, but I can tell you" that Libby
will never permit her personal

history tp be filmed. f-

"Shelley Winters would have

1

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-,.(.
Holt started his ''adoption a?en--cv"
a year ago by adopting eight
Korean-American c fi i 1 d r e n for
himseli.' Since ; thea,.' 80 Korean Korean-American
American Korean-American babies have been sent
to American families through his
"proxy s adoption" program. ;
Holt suffered a heart attack h4,
month while taking 24 children it
the United States. Wanda and Br.
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gion's Legion's second annual Festival of Fun on Oct. 19 and 20. Looking on are Eduardo Cuca Cuca-lon,.
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ublicDics

Wayward Bus." . Audie Murphy
made a loud protest about- his rule

in Night Passage" with Jimmy

Stewart. Scribes were rushed in

for a rewrite job..

Prlnea Riiniar hired a U.S.

press agent to pave the "way for

his visit to the land- of his royal
princess, k j-,. i--

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Favorite pastime here is stand

ing on the corner watching all the

gins in tight sweaters go by.
, -'"'- FENNY HATE

TLX l(A7nn luink Ytn

Lionel Allen, who runs a beauty

shop, collects white pennies be

cause he hates them. 'He now has
4,000 of them and customers keep
bringing in more to exchange tor
copper coins. Allen's goal is to
cpllcct enough white pennies to
get the 'wartime 'coins out of cir circulation,

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Hit Disc Vital
For Hit Musical

. Rw hlfK kTL rtNFP I ImiJ all M. vk.. 1.4k. II.. ikaiit

; .. ,'' .',.. Elvis Presley,' another recording!
NEW YORK -(NEA) The rec-star mav ttoil his Holtvwoodl

ord business is ollen looked on as' thunder. Presley's tests tt 20th-'

a -stepchild by other forms of en

tertainment. But it has become
increasingly important to the
Broadway musical comedy field.
."There is an occasional show
like 'My Fair Lady' which is an

automatic hit," says Johnny Mer

cer. "But most musicals need a
bit record to make them a hit."

- Mercer, one of the greatest -lyr

icists '.the. pop music business has
known, has teamed up with Gone

DtPaul to write the music for tne
coming "L'd Abner.". And Ihcy
admit,, quite honcsliy, that they

strained Uie -book a little in an

attempt to eiieak in a couple- of

pop nits.
r ( 1 ' i ,'
"We tried to write some hits.

DePaul says, "But it was hard."

' When we first sketched out thi

songs for the show," Mercer

Centry Fox wore reported to be

Torriric,-out mvrn nae resiea bod-i

No More Shaping
: For Sp3 Hilton ;
Sp3 Charles L. Hilton, menu
bor of the 17th Ordnance Compa Company
ny Company ot Coroial, can almost put a a-way
way a-way his blitz cloth and shoe shoe-shine
shine shoe-shine kit for the remainder of
his time in the Caribbean Com Command.
mand. Command. f(
His company commander,
Capr. Itsttr W. Mutlltr, hat
taken him off the unit's guard
duty rosier for a long as he
stays in the company.
Sdc. Hilton raeantlv Wimt

by Scott end thinks equally, well;- the colonel's orderly for- the

tixtn. consecutive time on guard
' mount. Th man selected Is al always,
ways, always, the best in appearance and
bearing. : ii i .( r; ,.:,-?,'
,. He it etsignod to the arma armament,
ment, armament, section of the Ordnance u u-:
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1 ON THE" BUTTON

' THE DALLES, Ore. (UP)

Vuuau WVUVU.. un (llie Dig. lilB UM-
les dam- oroiect- came to an

abrupt halt recently when guide
was showing some visitors how the
clam's push-button features work

Dick's Picks:. RCA', has released Jne Su,d,e inadvertently touched a
14 Elvis Presfoy sides, previous, button, that, sounded anevacua anevacua-ly(
ly( anevacua-ly( availably ,on hi album',' which;tlon :cn.:
should all make a noise. Others: u' ' '' V ; !,: ;

i wanna flay. House' isorahl

of him.-Scott is a handsome boy

and no can -eing.y
trroll GaVnor has just recorded

a sent of -singles backed up by a
30-piece orchestra led by Mitch
Miller. The tunes are all Garner
originals and, in case you've
heard that Garner can't read,
music, here's the explanation:
Erroll. writes at the piano, then
tape records, the result. A trained
musician transcribe .the tapes
into., notes;,;,',.;v'r-:-;.:-'i',-:'.':.' i

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numbers. V It's a pretty v broadi )Lot Baxter, C a p i t o U; "The
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Ividmark end Donna Reed In "BACKLASH" ii technicolor,
w I-kh CfLAS ON THURSDAY 27 AT 1LE CENTRAL.'

XT.V YORK Sept. 22 (UP) -Dr.

Ramon do Xara, prominent phy
sician and surgeon from the Do

minican Republic, died here yes yesterday
terday yesterday at the age of 72.
He had been one -of the leading

opponents' of the Dominican gov

ernment of Generalissimo Rafael
Lconidas TrujiUo and had spent
the past 20 years in exile. He
was imprisoned several times by
Truiilio.

Dr. f a Lara came here a month

ago from Venezuela, where ha

"i:::-:iTiunE"

If it Is true that imitation is

tha alncerest form of flattery,
then Edward O. Robinson can
consider himself one of the

most flattered men alive. His
mannerisms, voice inflections
and demeanor as the vicious
gangster boss in ."Little
Caesar," made' 25 year ago,
have been satirized thousands
of times by countless come comedians
dians comedians In night clubs, pn the
stage, over radio and now in
television. Robinson, who stars
in "NIGHTMARE.' a "Plne "Plne-Thomaa
Thomaa "Plne-Thomaa Shane production
opens at the -Lux, has no ob objection
jection objection to this form of flat flat-tery.
tery. flat-tery. In fact he welcomes lt.
But he does bemoan the fact
that his imitations forget he
has been the "good guy" in a
majority of his films. "For
instance, in' 'Nightmare' I
play a detective who must
solve a murder, involving his
brother-in-law in order Jo
clear the bov from a frighten

lnir situation," Robinson de

clares. "This is only one of
the many times I have been
on the side of ,th? Jaw Jn
scores of pictures. And yet I
am almost always thought of
in terms of a gangster or some
other unsavory character who
rims roughshod over his as associates,
sociates, associates, battles to outwit the
police and in the end meets

his deserved -fate of jail or

death. Robinson has no par

ticular choice In tie matter

of being within or outside the
law in his movie roles. His

only demand ia that the part

a true renecuon of human
drama in one of it mvrlad

facets. "NIGHTMARE" OPENS
ON THURSDAY 20 AT THE

LUX.

oest. ma we worked and we man managed
aged managed to "get,, in a couple of bal ballads,",1
lads,",1 ballads,",1 -s ?..( .. ; -"A
hit record .can -save a
show," DoPaul says. "Look at

'Mr, IWonderful' and 'Wish You
Wore hart.' Tha title long saved

both of thorn.". .. a

: Mercer and DePaul have known
each other for.yearj, but didn't
work together .until they turned
out ;the score or, .the HiccersJiil
movie,; "Seven Brides for Seven
Brothers." This will be DePaul's
first Broadway',,,' show! .Mercer's

. jounny nas aDout retired as a
performer although he just cut

one side for a Peul Whitomon al.

bum, Johnny says that his voice
isn't what it used to be and his

voice was- never a thing' of sheer
beauty. But his vocal style was
so engaging that it's a pity he's

decided to Quit.

"I still sine at oarties. Ihrnish

he says. And that sounds like the
best idea for a party since they

invtuuea .spinning ooiues

Strange things happen on rec

ord albums, but the utrangest
yet i is the soon-to-be recorded
memoirs -of;: a. .stripper.-" Betty
Rowland; a girl who uses the

mefcxame ;"Ball,of Fire.': is writ

ing her story with the help' of

uavjd Dressier; former New York
State Parole Board chairman. She
intends to read her memoirs dur during
ing during her act, and they'll be taped

na recorded..

The recordewill a most certainly

oe pacaagea wun a removable

jacket. ',.., '-,'

"Bring a Little Water,, Sylvie'V

'Lonnio uontgtn, iuerourv);
"Make Me Yours" XTabby Calvin
and The Rounder s, Capitoi);
"You'li Wondct Where the Yellow
Went". (Th Jumpin' Jacks, Dee Dee-ca);
ca); Dee-ca); "Race With the1 Devil"
(Gone Vincent, Capitol); "You'll
Never Never Know", The Plot Plotters,
ters, Plotters, Mercury), .': 1
Good new chorus music on nop
albums The Robert Shaw Cho Chorale
rale Chorale (RCA) sings love songs from
around the world on "My True
Love Sings;"- The Norman Luboff
Choir (Columbia) sings favorites
on "Just a Song;" The Voices of
Walter Schumann : (RCA) hum
along on the unique "Though Not
a Word Was Spoken." -.
Opera lovers are in their glory
eight new opera releases. Two
ar recordings of "La Traviata"
RCA's is packaged with a copy
of: "Camille" and features Car Car-tori,
tori, Car-tori, Vallotti and Warren; Angel's
is the La Scala version with Stol Stol-lo,
lo, Stol-lo, Galasti and Mandolli. Others:
"J- anon" by RCA with a brilliant
cast headed by Do Lot Angolos;
the same singer tops the cast of
RCA's exciting new "La Bo Bo-heme,"
heme," Bo-heme," with Bjotrling and Mor Morrill;
rill; Morrill; Epic has a new "The Love
for Three Oranges" done by the
Slovenian National Optra; Angel
has the little-heard "11 Matrimo Matrimo-nio
nio Matrimo-nio Segreto" dode by La Pieeola

Scala company; you can : start
your opera (Collection with Cam Camden's
den's Camden's inexpensive ew "Carmen,"
done, by the Paris Opera Com Com-(quo;
(quo; Com-(quo; Inge Borkh, on RCA, stars
in scenes from Richard Strauss'
"Salome" and. "Elektra."

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"1,000 Arrty ROTC students. An innovation In modern air traffic,
the portable control unit can be deposited at emergency sites -Inaccessible
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;Win In 5th Attempt

: NEW YORK, Sept. 22 (UP) Lew Burdctte,
often accused of throwing a spitter, can whet' Mil Milwaukee's
waukee's Milwaukee's pennant appetite to a new high today by
pitching the Braves back into the National League
lead for the first time since Sept. 14.

National League
Race At A Glance

Those same tantllzlng two
percentage points aood between
the struggling Braves and iirst
place today following their 6-4
victory over the Cubs last night
while the league-leading Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers lost to the "spoiler" Pirates,
2-1. i fr ; '- Ts
Burdettey who has tried four
times in vain for his 19th. vic victory,
tory, victory, holds the key to Milwau Milwaukee's
kee's Milwaukee's immediate fortune! He
faces hard-throwing, -tpothplck-chewing
8am Jones of the Cubs
and if-The can beat Chicago
and of course if Pittsburgh can
defeat, Brooklyn again the
Braves will move back into first
place for the first time In more
than a week.-,; '.
Carl Erskine, troubled by'
arm soreness off and on this
season, will pitch for the
Dodgers while Vera '.'taw. ta
vlated to start for the Pirates.

The Braves took advantage of

three unearned runs to bean wie
Cubs last nighit but with the
race as tight as it is, they're not

proud anymore ana weyu.w&e
.the.vlctories any way they can
.' get. 'env "VV :
Milwaukee got a J-0 Jump'bn
loser Warren Hacker to the
first two innings and then load loaded
ed loaded the bases in the sixth. A pass passed
ed passed ball by catcher, Harry Chrti
permitted one run to score and
Ernie Banks' error on Del Cran Cran-dall'a
dall'a Cran-dall'a grounder let in two more.
That was the ball game even
though Monte Irvln (tagged War Warren
ren Warren Spahn for a homer in the
seventh and the Cubs flrove the
veteran lefthander to the show showers
ers showers with a three-run barrage In
the eighth. Gene Conley mop mopped
ped mopped up and preserved : Spahn's
19th victory. 't
Frank Thomas was the villain
as far as the Dodgers were con-c-rned.
His 23rd homer with" one
on in the seventh Inning snap snapped
ped snapped Sal Maglle's six-game win winning
ning winning streak and powered Ron Ronnie
nie Ronnie Kline to his Hth victory, It
marked Maglle's first defeat by
the Pirates since April 21, 1953

when he was Still a member of

the Giants. Brooklyn's only run
off Kline came In the seventh
' when Gil Hodges doubled, moved
to third on an infield out and

came home on junior. Gilliam's
infield hit.
f Cincinnati -kept 4ts slim pen pen-.
. pen-. nant hopes alive with a 9-1 vic victory
tory victory over St.! Louis, wally' posi
pounded out his 33rd and S4th
homers and southpaw Joe Nux-

hall hurled, a five-hitter for his

13th triumph, post's second
homer of the game featured a
six-run seventh inning and

made a total of 214 for the Red

legs this year, only seven short

of the all-time major league rec

ord of v 221 homers set by the

Giants in 1947. The victory, a

chieved at the expense of Vine-

ear Bend Mizell. moved cincin

nati within three games of the

lead.. ,, w,.:.; ......
Left-hander Johhny Anton Anton-elll
elll Anton-elll racked up his 18th victory
by Etching the Giants to a
7-3 decision over the Phillies.
The Giants broke up the game
i with a seven-run rally In the
fifth,' Rookie Bob Bowman
homered for the Phils while
another rookie, Dick Farrelf,
making his first big league
start, suffered the loss.

With the American League
flag already wrapped, up, the
Red', Sox walloped the Yankees,
13-7. as Billy Klaus and Jim

Piersall drove in eight runs be

tween them. Mickey Mantle hit

his 51st home run and collected
three hits in all to boost his av average
erage average to .352 but Ted Williams
rappep out two hits In four of official
ficial official trips to raise his mark to
.358. George Susce was the win

ner and Bob Turley the loser. By

leaving 20 men on base, uie

Yankees broke the previous ma major
jor major league record of 18 men left.

Vic Wertz of the Indians belt

ed his 32nd homer and drove in

three- runs., as : Early Wynn
nnt.nhAi4 h! '-. IQth vlnlnrv hw

beating the Tigers, 1-1. Wynm

scattered eight hits while left lefthander
hander lefthander Billv Hoef t was tattered

with his 13th defeat against 18
triumphs. ,. .-

Gus Triandos smashed a pair-

Of homers and Dick Williams hit

one to lead (the orioles to a 7-3
victory over the Senators. South

paw Bill Wight gained his ninth
victory, giving up only seven
hits, including ,Rov Sie vers: 29th

homer with one on in the ninth.

Walt Dropo's three-run homer

paced (the White Sox to a 4-2
victory in the first game of a

twl-nlght twin bill but Joe de
Maestri's fOth inning triple gave
the Athletics a 3-2 conquest in
the nlghltcap. Jack Harshman
posted his 15th victory in the

first game and Art Ditmar won
his 12th decision in the second
game.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Frank
Thoma of the Pirates, whose
two-run homer was the win-,
ning margin in a 2-1 victory
. over Brooklyn.. .....

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Teams V

Brooklyn-

M:lwaukee
Cincinnati

W
88
89
86

Ti Tito
to Tito 59
62

Pct;
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.601
J81

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Games remaining;

Brooklyn (8) At home

(5) Philadelphia, Sept. 25, 26;

Pittsburgh, Sept. 28, 29, 30. Away

(3) Pittsburgh, Sept. 22. 23, 24.

Milwaukee (6) At home (2)
Chfcago, Sept. 22, 23. Away (4)
Cincinnati', Sept. 25; St Louis,
Sept. 28, 29, 30.

Cincinnati (6) At home W

St. Louis, Sept. 22, 23, 24; Mil Milwaukee,
waukee, Milwaukee, Sept. 25. Away (2), Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, Sept. 29, 30.

Leaders
In The Majors

. LEADING BATTERS
, (Based on 350 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGl'l
,.......'.. 'i

Player. Club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 147 582 105 189 .325

Virdon, Pitt 150 554 74 17T .319

MUSiai, St. Lu 147 562 81 17i .311
Moon, St. L. 141 509 85 158 ,310

Clemente, P. 140 513 63 158 .308

ADurn, Phil, 14? 603 94 186 ..308

' AMERICAN LEAGUE

Williams, B. 129 376 68 134 .356

Mantle, N.Y. 142 522 131 184 .352

Maxwell, D- 133 467 94 154 -330

Kuenn, D. 138 558 88 183 .38

Power, K.C. 119 496 74 158 .319

BOMB RUNS

Mantle, Yanks-. i...,..",., 51
Snider. Dodgers ......... 39

runs kattid; in

Mantle, Yanks . .'. . 125
Kaline, Tigers 122
Simpson, Athletics ..... 106
Muslal, Cards 105
Kluszewski, Redlegs ... 102
' -RUNS
Mantle, Yankees 'i...1.. 131
Robinson, Redlegs ..... 119
Snider, Dodgers ...... i 106
Aaron, Braves ......... 105

Fox, White Sox

101

mis
Aaron, Braves ..

' Ashburn, Phils
Mantle. Yanks

Kuenn, Tigers
.Kaline, Tigers

189
186
184
183
183

PITCHING
i tBased on .16 Decisions)
. W L Pet

Newcombe, Dodgers . 25 6 .808

Ford, Yanks ........19 5 .782

Freeman. Redlegs ... 13 5 .722

Pierce, White Sox ...20 8 .714
Brewer, Red Sox a.. 19 8 .704

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Berrios Whips I he Chestnut
To Claim Saddler Title Shot

Snahn

rCrandall.

S:E;s m; To Readh Highest

Attendance Since 49

NF.W YORK. Seot. 22 (UP) I

The National League says it prob

ably will hit its highest attendance

this season since 1949. x i

The league ad a total attend

ance of some eicht-milhon persons

through yesterday.; Ihe senior or-

Klbs Fin;

Brooklyn Ab

Gilliam 2b ...... 4
Reese ss-3b 3
Snider cf ....... 2
Jackson '3b 2

b-Fernandej S .. 0
Amoros rf 4

Mitchell If 3

Furillo If ........ 0
a-Walker ....... 1
Clmoli If 0

Hodges lb 4
Campanella c ... 4
Maglie p ........ 3
Labineip 0

C-Neai .......... l

R H Po. A
0 2 2 3

0 0
0 1
0 1
0 0

1
2
1
0
0
3
0
0
0

11'-

0 4
0 0,
0 0

00

Totals

31 1 3 24 13

P'ttsburgh

Clemente rf

Vlrdon cf
Walls If .:.
Thomas 3b

(Skinner lb

uruai ss

snepard c ..
Mazeroski 2b

Kline p

v

J

NUMBER ONE Paul For Forming
ming Forming of Notre Dame starts the
season as the nation's top .col .college
lege .college back..' 'i.

...... .-.

0'.4
2 2

Totals'

26 2 ft 27 10

a-Struck out tot Furillo In

8th. :

b-Ran for Jackson in 8th. . ;
c-Struck out for Lablne In 8th.

BroQklyh
Pittsburgh

i600 000 1001
000 000 20x 2

SUMMARY Errors:- Thom

as. RBI: Gilliam, Thomas "2.
Doubles: Hodges, Virdon. HR:
Thomas. Sacrifices: Jackson,
Mazeroski Walls. Double plays:
Reese-Hodges; TGroat-Mazero-ski-Skinner.
Left on base: Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers 8, Pirates 5. Bases on balls:

Lablne 1, Kline 5. S O.: Maglie I,

LaDine 2, Kiine e. Hits off: Mag

ne 5-6 1-3, Lablne 1-1 2-3. Runs
and earned runs: Maglie 2-2.
Kline 1-1. Hit by pitch: Map-lie

nn inomas. WP: Kline (14-16;
LP; MagUe (11-5). f

cult said the attendance this year

will be about eight-and one h a 1 1

million. t l v

The league said, except for the
abnormal post-war boom years of
1946 through 1949, this will be the

circuit s best season in 81 years,

The Milwaukee Braves have

drawn an attendance of one-mil-lion-936-thousand
it their County
Stadium arid need only about 63 63-thousand
thousand 63-thousand to hit the two million

mark for the third' straight year

The Braves have three more home

games left. ... j

Brooklyn and Cincinnati also
have passed the million mark in
home attendance. The St Louis
Cardinals have a three -game

weekend series with Milwaukee,

and are shooting at a chance of

drawing ; one-million. The Cardi

nals now have drawn 960-thousand

at Busch Stadium. 1

In the' American League, Jimmy

Piersall of the Boston Red Sox
says he isn't worried about trade
reports. 'Piersall safd those

trade rumors "are nothing new to
me, but personally. 1 don't think

they will get rid of me. I'm", just
reaching my peak, and next year

wm oe Detter." ..; ;

Boston plays .host to the New

Ywk Yankees tonight in a face-to-j
face battle between-the two top

Dauers. leu wuiiams of the Red
Sox is hitting .356 i . :' or f 1 v e

pomts higher than .Mickey Man

tie. But Williams must set 24 moie

ouiciai umes si Dai 10 reacn uie
required 400. .-.

The Coast Guard is cnntinininff

its search for Baltimore catcher

Tom Gastall, who has been miss

ing since Thursday night. Gastall
took off in his single-seated plane

ana an nour laier radioed he was

in trouble. The 40-thousand-dollar
bonus player said he intended to

crash land in ChesaDeake R v

and that was the last he was heard
of. The Coast Guard is trying to
identify two life jackets picked up

in uie pay Dy a searcn vessel. Gas

tai( is married and has a 15-month-

oia cniw. -,

J TALErtr lPLENTIFUL ?

Baltimore iNtA) rnere ( are

206 two-year-old colts and fillies

engiwe for the 34th running of

tne rimuco ruturity, Nov. 24

c:;TnL ave. 8-23

TEl 2-2771

Opes Nhll Iron JXt

. m

Roulatt
It (Black Jack)
Crip Tibia
loker
.' Slot Michlnii
.. : i
Bir Servica.
. Air-Conriiuoned
Salon ., 1

3

tbe ORIGINAL WINDPR00F LIGHTER

1

They
Work

No ne has
, ever paid
2IPP0
a cent for
repairs.

ZIPPO MANUFACTURING CC TANY, BRADFORD, TIL.

DETROIT, Sept. 22-(UP)

"Now I think I number two,"

stocky Miguel Berrios said today
in making his claim for a shot
at featherweight champion

Sandy saddler- following last

victory over Ike Chestnut. ;

The soy little Puerto Rican,

who stands 5 ft. 2 In., showed
hardly a mark from his bruising
victory over Chestnut, L who
sported a discolored lump un under
der under .his right eye from Berrios'
stout left hooks. : :

Berrios, sixth ranked among
the featrhrweiqhts, said in his
halting linclish, "I f:ght tbe
rhamp next, nobody else here."
Meaning he has either beaten
the feathers ranked above him
or they aren't available. Only
Cherif Hamla would seem a
possible opponent among'
them.:.:. ,-t..S -!' -::."..
Berrios, weighed 127, got cred

it for unry a spilt decision over
Chestnut, New York, the ninths

ranked feather weight who

weighed 128 and had a three
inch heigWt advantage,: ;

But Referee Johnny Weber,

who scored against Berrios 44

45 .? In' Michigan's five-points-

must scorlne system, was round.

lv booed by the crowd of 1,506-

The ? crowd-and the United

Press, which scored it' 46-40 Ber

rios agreed with" the tw judg judges,
es, judges, Jack Aspery.w who had Jt
Berrios 46-43 and Al Goodman,

for Berrios 48-40. ; .w

Chestnut started the fight by
keeping Berrios off-balance with

left jabs and hooks from long

range. But in. the fourth was

buckled by a right to. the body,

a left hook to the. head and a

right uppercut, perrios' pattern

tnrougnout. the fight

Chestnut won the fifth' on ev everybody's
erybody's everybody's score '. card as- he
moved to the inside. But he was
still punching- more wildly than

the Latin American fireplug.

wno threw his hooks and upper upper-cuts
cuts upper-cuts solidly and accurately.

in tne sixth. Ike. weakened by

Berrios-body pounding, moved

on me inside to stay.. But ne

couldn't, whenever Berriog got
punching room he drove the
right uppercut to Chestnut's
body and came over with the

left hook. ,.
"I got him down here." aaid
Berrios, making a rak:ng mo motion
tion motion across the stomach, then
I come over like this" with the
overhand left hook "and with
this one" right uppercut.

"I feel him start to fall In the

sixth," said Berrios. who stag.

gered Chestnut in the sixth,
eighth and hinfth with the com combinations,
binations, combinations, "but he grab onto

me." v -.

Chestnut lost his sixth f'ght

in 32 bouts, including three

draws, while Berrios won his

19th in 25. . ,'

The, gate for the nationally

televised bout was $1,918.
The cards: ';,
Aspery ''

Berrios 54 45454 555

- Chestnut 4 55 4535543

Goodman

Berrios 5
Chestnut
Weber ;p
1 Berrios 5
' Chestnut 4

5 4
3 5
5 3
4 5

5 5
3 4

Today Fnconto -'.35 '-23
' Jack Warner in
"SQUARE RING"
Margaret Lockwood in
"TROUBLE IN TEE GLEN

Today IDEAL .23 .10
Jose Ferrer In -i
- "DEEP IN MY KEAKT-.--Stewart
Granrr in
1 "beau E"u:r.:nx"

W
IS
89
86
'73
68
64
63
57

L
58
59
62
72
79

Pet. G3
.603
' .601
.503 3
.503 11 'j
.463 20',

83 ..435 24Vi
85 .426 26i
99 -.388 31 j

TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh
Chicago at .Milwaukee f
St. Louis at Cincinnati
Philadelph,:a at New York

Marlie (11-5). Lablne v and

Campanella. , r-

Kline (14-16) and Shepard.

(Night Game) .

Chicago 000 000 1304" 11 3
Milwaukee 219 003 OOx 8 1

Hacker (313).

Ilughes and Chili.

Valentlnettl,

(19-10), Conley and

(Njght Game) .' ;

St. Lou"ls 000 619 0001 I 6

Cincinnati 030 000 60x 9 11

Mizell (14-13). Jackson. Cat-

lum, Blaylock and Katt. -.

NuxhaU (1311) and Burgess.
(Nltht Game)

Ph ladelphla 000 600 1023 7 1
New York 000 070 0x 7 1

Ftrrell (0-1 V "NVrrav

and Lopata.

Antoneiij (18-13) and Hofman.

.... J t j

t:

Teams

New York

Cleveland

Chicaro

Boston

Detroit

Baltimore

Washington

. 93
. 84
. 81
i 80
--..77
.63

58

Kknsas City ', 49

L
3
63
64
67:
9 ;
S3
89-:
97'

frt. ; 1
.c.:7
.571 f i

.4

"-I TODAY'S OAMW Y
New York at Boston '
; Cleveland at Detroit -v
! Kansas City at.Chlpayi ; f s. s.-Washington
Washington s.-Washington at Baltimore ( )

(Night Game)

New York 311 100 n$'T V
Boston 1 1 006 330 llx--1 til

..7ur,ey Delock
Whiter ;-,'t:-

Cleveland 2f0 011 ff'i-J"
Detroit ;, m 010 t 1 1

Wynn- (19-9) and X7

oe (18-13) Eunm

ivuson. : :,

nig ;

(TwilJgfct Gamef 1 ,X
Kansas City 018 000 101 t 1
Chicago 600 300 lOx 4 6 "t
Cox, (0-l, Burnette. Kretlow
and Smith, i ; A
Harshman 05-10) and Loiter.
(Night Game) '

K. City 2C0 000 000 13 Vl
Chicago 1) 000 010 02 11 ,.'.

Ditmar (12-21) and Thomp.
son..
Donovan (11-9) And Lellaxl.
(Night Game) 1 '
Washington 010 000 002 S .' 1

Balfmore 110 200 13x 7 -I 1

Pascnal (6-18), Ramos : and
FitzGerald. -Wight
(8-12) and Triar.2, x

O

El'StXESS V.r- ;;vs LrGlE

RESULTS TI.iltE TEAMS IN
TIE FOR FIRST
Three teams went Into a tie
for first place in the Diablo Busi

ness Women's League last Mon

day night. No Mi Diga Lounge
team led by Thelma Camby with
483 and Jean Hume with 422
took two from Pan American
Airways. Nan Johnson was high
for the Flyers with 484.
Panama Cigarettes got in the
fight by winning two from the
Abemathy. keglers. Lil Gunn ar
gain led the Smokers with a
nice 507 for high series. Fran
Frankenberg was top scorer for
the. losers with 461. .
, Boyd Brothers,, Mountain Dew
and Abemathy are all in a
three way tie for fourth spot.
Mountain Dew picked up two
points from the Chevrolet-Buick
gang as Pat Hunter hit 460 and
had an honor game of 195 in the
last game which was also high
single for the evening. Helen
Biel was high for the losers with
413.' ...,; v-.
Boyd Brothers, took two from
the salon Alex team as Maxine
Johnson hit for 476. Eva Stinson
led the Salon Alex club with 425.
This two point loss for the salon
Alex team kept them In the cel cellar,
lar, cellar, t i
TEAM STANDING

Team

PAA 4

No Me Diga Lounge 4
Panama Cigarettes 4
Abemathy 3
Boyd Brothers ...v. 3
Mountain Dew . : 3

Chevrolet Bulck 2

Salon Alex

Thomas .
Lockhart
Scott ..
Albritton
Johnson
Handicap

Won Lost Pet

2 .666

5

Frankel

Boles,.

Williams

Coleman
Handicap.

ChevrotM-S; k

137

103
120.
133
134.

127 122
148 7 199
141, 111
128 1 122
134 134

3 1
3.2
381
402

"765 815

Kelly,.

Andrews. .
Lombroia,.
Lund ..
Hunter .' ,-Handicap
Handicap ,-Handicap

Mountain Dew
.. 129 109

119
129
119
151
141

106
128
102
114
141

788 700

724 2,304

119 357
-101 328
126 383
.128 347
195 480
141 423
-:
808 22S8

Salon Alex

Sflnson '.
Buxton .
Harder
Blaney .
Mllchussen
Handicap' :;.

132
80
"
92
99
194

128
121
120
119
148
194

. ..'
165
96 1
110
105
134
194

4"t
2J7
sir
31U
31U
5 J

. 707 83d 804 2341

Wray". --Hewitt
Hewitt --Hewitt "!
Davis .
Johnson
Nessle
Handicap.

Boyd Bros.'
..'. 123 164"

. 98
,;. 127
, ,. 161
. 132
.133

112

159 -'143
116 SO
147' 163'
156 111
133 133

3"1
401
3Ti
41
3 1
3.1

774 875 -757 24CS

107 .118
139 100.
98 .114
121 144
146 170
172 ,161

.666
.656
.500
500
.500
.333
.183

124 ., 349
133 372

142
134
168
143

354
399
484
476

783 807 844 2434

No Me Diga Lounge

Lowande
Rose
Hume
Brown ,
Camby
Handicap

132.
119
142
114
161
124'

130
137
145
121
155
124

96
118
135
100
167
124

; 358
374
'422
315
403
372

703 812 740 J2344

Riley

Cavanaujh
Gamie
Peters .
Gunn .
Handicap

raaanu ('
. . 1"5

r"5

ri ii7
77" 116
127 rs
lr? 107
113 122

125
79'
71

139
152
133

3G7
327
2(!4
34
f',7
422

77 7C3 713 2231

Abemathy
Franker.tcrg 154 137

Rogers ... 143 134
! Kruegr . 84 123
; Henry 113 114
Mct7"er . IG3 117
jTandirpp . Ill 111
cir.. .i i"i f ;iJ( &t
i.VD EOU'LIAG

130
126
87
133
111
i-L Z

461
407
333
314
4"

Cr.!y Tea F:LU:'

..i.iaf IW.i'f 1
: BOSTON, Srpt 22 (tT)
Ted Williams leads K?;cky
Mantle by four points Ut6f
In their race for the Ameii -can
League batting title. ; ...
The Red Sox outfielder Isa ',
two hits in four trips during
a 13-7 victory last night while
the Yanke slurjer hd thra-for-five,
nc!udlng YM tlx. tlx.-homer
homer tlx.-homer if the season. Wi't'.' '.
lifted his average one pr.;,t 1.
X8 and Jintle raLed Lis two
points to 422. ., ...
The four at bats gave T
Eams 3T6 for the seasnsi, a
hp' s 21 in the Red Jvt
srvea ganifs to rfsiih t 4 )
refj-;:re,l for ofiUI rf
t:.-n as lai.ng thai.;' ,1.

L

r i :



r.txz rtvii
S.nulcl Have Beaie
J fete)
m ... W
By HARRY GRAYSON
JUWAUKEE (NEA) This is
a year when they should have
beaten both the Yankees and
Dodgers.' '
'III THIS C021112, THAT PERENNIAL-
If the Brooks make the World
Series again, and the blokes across
the bridges give every indication!
that they will, the nation will say,!
"Ho hum!". . .
Country-wise baseball interest isf
confined to the white hot ration rational
al rational League race. The Yankees long
since have been taken for grant granted,
ed, granted, 'x. v" .: ;

TT3 FANULI AMT2ICAS A.N rATETENTrNT DAILY NEWSPAEE3 V

n Yankees, D

in recent trips throughout a'
Vood part of the United States, II
found an even sharper early awing!

to high school football results and
college preparedness.
! The sad part of it is that If the

New York and Brooklyn clubs col collude
lude collude again, the same old produc produc-i
i produc-i tion' is likely to run on and on like
I East Lynn, Uncle Tom's Cabin

ana ADie s xnsh Hose.
' Their more resourceful front of

fices nave more and Better re

placements coming up.

l.AY-tJP-i-Fort Kobbe's 'Willie Hatchett gels past center Sam,
'."Williams of Fort Clayton for an easy lay-up in their game
t Kotjbe Wednesday night.,' The Regulars, who are doinga
tetter thin fair Job of defending their Panama Area Armed
.Forces championship, won, 3-53, lor their third, straight, yic-

; . ..,,,.,'.,,..,.., ,..P, ....
.- .y .i..- ' V1,, j? 1."?2 ''' '-
; JOE WILLIAMS

Many still warn this planet; the writer included, who watch watched
ed watched th Yanka win theii lirst championiihip 35 years ago. But
only another Methuselah (the first-one laved to be 9t year
eld) could reasonably hope that he'd be around to see them
win their, Jast. : .,', i '
' For 'cbtisiiidency "to performance and Wk In ; production
their is- a record beyond compare in the ancient, sport of
rounders. An arithmetical biography describes it best: tl pen pen-pats,
pats, pen-pats, : 18" World Series, seven seconds and an uninterrupted
tenure of first division for 31 years.
: iThe .'Yank didn't become a going", concern until the Jake
T.xv ert era, yet, even' in tneir earlier, hit and miss days, when
f m s called the ll:;;hlander.i, they had. two seconds, and
t.n the, ur;;a ay.of. the 1SU4 season they lost-tne1 "pennant on

a- .Viicu... r..,. ... j. .... t .,
;-Exceptvlhat their manager of the time, Clark QrlfXith,. was
lasistent to me that th catcher; Jack Klelnow was the cul culprit,
prit, culprit, not the pitcher, Jack Chesbro. i
i ."If I-had had anybody else I woddn't have caught Klei Klei-jiSdw
jiSdw Klei-jiSdw Griffith fumed, "he hadn't been to bed all night."
'i The catcher, Grltfith seemed to suggest, had been sitting

up with a .sick, bartender, v.''v.
, H ..,.; iv., t f. ) MANAGERS PARADISE ':va.;u,.U i .A:.';u ;
f It "votfldat be wholly accurate to say that Joe Doques. ..
orfJoe; Smith,' either.. could -sit in the-dugout and win with
the Yanks. Just the same, It is a fact that a change in man-,
tigers slows, them up no more than momentarily and never
stops, their forward drive altogether. . : fH;.U ?
i' ihey won six for Miller Huggins. eight for Joe McCarthy
arid this makes seven for Casey Stengel. Bucky Harris won
with them in he had retired after two years in the minors
and. was a, front-office .worker when persuaded to return to
jhe. dugout.;;';;;;, ,,; ;.v:y; ".r )
i ; 11 was correctly assumed that .Harris was still gifted in
.ihe basic magte upon which the are of masterminding isfound isfound-ed.
ed. isfound-ed. He used lefties against lefties, tightened the defense with
kl lead la the late innings, and sent to swifties to run tor
!owlesi'-ij,.';VV; .'.,1';,.;.:: i;,'; j'V:!''1;? ''.!''V' '': H..:l
'"Hwris'" 'hadn't' won'a pennant In 20" years, Including the
two he had -spent in Buffalo. He went on from' there to beat
the Dodgers In the World Series. 'The next year he lost the
fcecisioa.in.a photo finish and was promptly fired.
t' iani managers aren't b supposed to J6se. The -front; office
reasoning seem to be that the manager is provided with cham championship
pionship championship material and if the team doesn't win, it is... making
feue allowance for the unforeseen... his fault.
)Huggins won three In k row twice. McCarthy had unbroken
runs of four and three, Stengel slipped after five straight. Mc McCarthy,
Carthy, McCarthy, "indisputably the best of modern managers (he was a

winner in toe minors ana m me nauuiuu wbuo ucimc nuv
pert fetched him from Chicago), missed an incredible sequence
ft eight by a total of two games,
'1 That" was In 1940 Two things happened to him. First
faltering start that found the Yanks still nine or 10 games
rufin mid-August; then the loss of an entire three-game series
to the' mediocre St. Louis Browns that took all the zing out of
the'ir stretch drive. This ended McCarthy's skein at four. Pick-,
irg "up the next season where he had left off, he then led. the
anks to three more.
- y big BABE, LITTLE rOIL 1
The element of surprise is scarcely ever associated with a
Yank victory. Only with a defeat. Once in a while, of course,
some other club will get there fustest with the mostest. Or a
sensational pitching exploit wiU side line them. :
'lu "31 when they were second to Connie Mack's AAAs,
Lefty Grove won 18 consecutive games to tie -the AL record,
la '34, Schoolboy Rowe duplicated the performance and the
Yanks trailed the. Tigers home. .,.;'' :
i; They' trailed them, again the following season, their first
Without Ruth.: Though the Babe was all but through, he had
hit the year before and the club homer total was 135. With Without
out Without faun, it skidded to 104 and the Tigers' win margin was three
Hmes. The Yanks missed more than the Babe's bat; they
t i.rd the psychological edge, his presence., .even the ghost
if it., '.created. ; ' ,-
. Tt. vhcally, the Babe was one of the largest Yank heroes,
yrt, as Phil Rizzuto was one of the smallest. However, sur sur-1
1 sur-1 .'-gi talent comes .in all sizes and shapes, so w'..en the
i i- went Into a tail spin In '55, or 20 years after -Ruth's
fjwii, it meapf the difference between first and Second place.
Stengel hadtft been .aware of the little guy's extraor extraor-r
r extraor-r v value-in the five proceeding seasonswhen he was wm wm-i
i wm-i r -r,ants tn the majors for the first time, the painful
truLii pmst ii3ve,beea all too evident as he bought tickets to
f-e the" Indians ahd the Giants play for the big money.--: :

1 Tom Sheahan. tha Giants'" chief

scout, had an excellent line on the!

Dodgers in the spring when he
called them the Nine Old Men.
The. Superbas had to stumble on
an even older hand, 39 year-old
Sal Maglie,. to be where they are.
j It' Is "almost Incomprehensible
that : the venerable Barber is
their,key pitcher, yet there he is.
For one came, he'd be Walter Al Alston's
ston's Alston's selection ahead of big Don
Newcombe. YViitn the (hips are
down and Maglie is right, he's ev everybody's
erybody's everybody's choice to rake them in.
It doesn't take a mathematician
to figure nut just where the Flat
bush outfit would be without the
16 winning games started by Maglie.-
Carl Erskine got off poorly,

has been in and out aftena good.!
streak. Roger Craig' ia 12 and 10
Clem Labme was a hfesaver in re relief..,,,
lief..,,, relief..,,, ,v.

It. took Maglie anl Labine, plus
Nevcombe s tremendous year, to
offset the shortcomings of an ag aggregation
gregation aggregation with only one consistent
.300 hitter Junior Gilliam.

Duko Snidtr smacked the ball!

sporadically, went into long pe
riods of drouth,' was dropped t
seventh in the batting order. Gil
Hodges,, batting .252, will fail to
drive in 100 or more runs for the
first time in eight campaigns. S-v
dy Amoros'is batting .249, Roy
Campanella ".217.' Pinch hitting
practically amounted to an All A.
merira out until Dale Mitchell was
brought oa from Cleveland. i
As" recently "a Aug. ; 25,r Casey

Slengel told intimates .i that tl

Yankees could lose, and the (
Perfesser. wasn't kidding.
Whitey Ford L the Bronx nar,

ty s only World Series pitcher of

estamisned worth.

l :: YP f' -Xs- v -f -V
5 ? s. A) cm A -'j
1 . J- A) f ) l :r

J

JOHNNY SAPF

Missouri ) alley Winner Must

Sidy -Up: And Defeat Houston

By BILL MEEK'
: Houtten Coach

Now, isn't that just the kind

statement you'd expect from
coach of a contending team?
Well, they are!

AIM know is, at last month's

i meeting of the .conlerence coacn.

es, mey au ium rot mey a
better teams in 1956. ; ; ;

Manager' Steneel has icraoed

the bottom of the barrel for pitch-

ing.au tne way along the route.

Bob Turley, Don Larsen and Mic

key McD e r m o 1 1 disanDomted

Tommy Byrne made it clear that;

last year's was his final fling. The

proud Bombers would have been
in a bad way had .not Johnny
Kuqk and Tom Sturdivant come

across. Young Ralph Terry failed

to pic up any slack. v ;

' Gil McDougald turnd out to be
an accomplished shortstop, but an
infield switch was necessary when

Anay carey leu away at the Dlate

An outfield problem became more

acute when joe Collins was itnck

en by an attack of virus, and the
situation wasn't helped when
Norm Sieber, recalled from Den
ver, injured his wrist.
1 But the promising Tieers for for-got
got for-got to develop and the White Sox,
Indians and Red Sox could sot
wrap together a sustained run, so
here we go again, men. , :
The Yankees seem to' go with
the Wond Scries lease.

Guard Chuck Yonkers and renter
Max Black promise lo be among
tne fuest linemen in school histo-

tTATTCTrtXT KITH J Tl.n' .11 rw ..- .., 1 .- ...

going to he the toughest ever in owiLhm a' ; u k
me -Missouri Valley Conference,k?m fSJ:

iteam, .is banking or. the finest

sophomore crop wl the Missouri
Valley with cmplia;s on quarter
b?rk Johnny Allien -and halfback
Johnny Allen" and halfback Duane
Wood. Temper that with senior
guard Dwaine' Underwood, a
standout any year. -
.'. v'1 iTl ft,
-Houtten has fatter team this
year, particularly at the h a 1 f f-backs.
backs. f-backs. Harold Lewis and Ear Kai Kaiser
ser Kaiser are Im pounders who can get
up and go. We have a sound quar-

teroack in Don Flynn, and I won't
quarrel with those football publica publications
tions publications that: have labeled our full-

Johnny Sapp New Tennis Pro
At Panama Hotel Cabana Club

c i. : t 1 r 1.

auii-sueahuiK Juiiiiny buvu ji5

just arrived to teach tennis enthu

siasts of El Panamas Caba.a
& Tennis Club how to hit a mean

backhand. Johnny who hails-from
Birmingham, Alabama has been
playing tennis for 20 years, and
has many southern state cham championships
pionships championships to his credit.
' POLIO DIDN'V KEEP
HIM DOWN

When Johnny was 19 polio

struck him down and stopped his

tenmes for five years. Paralyitd in

one leg, he had to wear a steel
brace. After five years inaction, he
got on the courts again, steel
brace and all. "Tennis must have

helped me" says Johnny Sapp, be

an world's champion. Bobbv Bigps
and Frank Kovacs both of whom
made names for themselves in the

tennis world also received training

irom &aDD. .

l T i
And speaking of stars Sapp has
taught Ginger Rogers and DinaH
Shore,, The sultry singer attributes
her slender shape to tennis." Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court Justice Hugo Balck".
and his family also received ten-'
ms instruction from Sapp when? r
be was at the Roney Plaza in Mia Miami
mi Miami Beach. '
JOHNNY SAPPS' METHOD -'
Ihs teaching is different from

most tennis pros, in that he usK

a step by step method similar 'to

cause auer wree years l wok oaithe Arthur Murray system of

the brace and was bactin compe-;dancmg, as Sapp. considers foou

backs the three finest on any one

campus in the nation. Curley John
son, Missouri Valley back-of the-!
year in 1955, still leads the trio
rounded out by Dqifnie- Caraway
and Owen Mulholland. ;

Competition is still so stiff for

line spots I just don't know

titive tennis."

TAUGHT MANY STARS

work the most important thing in
tennis.' The footwork is taught a a-long
long a-long with the strokes.

'Myj method is the easiest wav

to change an old style of playinz.

have

You can't -rule out Wichita fcnd
Detroit. They, tied, for the cham championship
pionship championship last year, and both, to
cording to their head coaches, will
be vastly improved.. ;

have you joined
the fun at the

Fridays & Saturdays

jMiunue m :3o a.m.
with the
piano bass and drum
combination of the

.GEORGE GOODY TRIO

r

I ln th " IL r
il alrcendilioned Balboa Room t l1 T J

I believe Houston has a finei

chance to win it." That's what

we're Dlayine for. w first place.

Wichita has; seven of the; best
running backs in the midlands.

Halfback Jim Khsanin and full

back Leroy Hinman, both All-MVC
a year ago, head the list; Senior

linemen Dwayne Puett and .Max

Bretcbes are block busters.

B illy Rutttll of Detroit is one
of the best ball carrier in ibe na nation.
tion. nation. Transfer quarterback Steve
Piskach will make him even more
dangerous, throwing to the but

end combination in the league

Perrvf Richards and Bob Chendes,

Tiiea had a hustling club last

year that expenenced growing
apins because of lU youth. Now
these boys have experience --and

Dice. Hughes, a power runner.

You might call Sapp a "teacher

of stars" since many well known!

tennis players have, been taughti or t learn from the beizinnine'

by him. Jean Clarke who w a s he says in his slow Southern drawl.

yet runWinc mmin tonnU nlovor nt : "I find that nennln nn tn 1R nn

who the top men will be. The best; the South ws one of his pupil as'of age show more rapid progress
I can say is that two or three! wi Krol Fageros who plaved in However, there is no one too oli! oli!-good
good oli!-good boys pushing for each posi- Hotel Fl Panama's First Interta-to'Iern4o play tennis, or" i r
tion will keep us -from getting com-tional Tennis Tournament. And hechane.his style of plavine,- ami if if-placent
placent if-placent and maybe give us the. is proud that Doris Hart was. a pu- is certainly a wonderful form tf
forward wall depth that every! pn (inc she was last year's worn-' exercise." ; ';
coach, is seeking. ' '

go. to the
for every

The MVQ title will
team that stays "up

conference game.

And it will also have to beat
Houston first.

wins)

By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National Laaguo
i Written for NEA Sarvko

, NEXT: Jack Curtlca f Utah

analyxtt th Skyline Confarence,

if

QUESTION: With, the bases full
and none out, the infield fly rule
is called: But iht batter josucs (he
tust baseman attempting to field

the ball and he drops it. the run

ners advancing. What gives? I

lom&ievens. -,
Answer: The barter was 'out
with the calling of the Infield fly
rule. The runnar mutt avoid a

fitlder attempting te field a balk
The umpire no doubt wuld call
the runner wha .was on third
bate, the Uad man, out for the
interference and tend the other
runners back to their respective
bates. .; .r- ")
.
Q. The first baseman had to run
around the coach who stands still
in the first base coach's box and
misses a pop foul. Is this interfer interference?
ence? interference? Jack Lively.
A Yea. The coach has to make
ream for the fielder...

'

(NEA Telephoto)

STILL CnAMPS New York Yankee manager Casey Stengel
(left) and outfielder Mickey Mantle celebrate in the 'dressing
roomat Chicago after the Yankees defeated the White Sox,
3-S, to clinch the American League uennant'. Mickey won the
game with an eleventh Inning home fun.

XLJ

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This Is tha symbol
of tha genuine

i

it

XJ:

Tht most lmhau4 bicyd In the worldl
Only the vut Raleigh resources can give you tht
QUALITT BBLIABnJTT STRENGTH and fin 1
finish which dutinguish all Raleigh modrls.' But
! beware of imitations, look for the Trade Mark
: th guarantee of a Perfect Bicycle the Kaixigh.
.' A PrtduM f XMtk Inimmt Limud, Nttmkm, Enfltni v
Radio Center
7110 Bolivar Arc. V Colon R. P.v

Nd CYCU IS COMrLITI WITHOUT A (TURMIY.
.. archik ea tspiao csas ano dvnohu

Mn th

alrcendilioned Balboa Room

niglitrap on ui botue
at 4M e m.
Geora alio playi the plans
10 pjn. to 2 a.m.
Sun, Tues.i Wed. It Thurt.

AVOID ntlSREAL

DISEASES

Attar iipatart, tlwavi
ti a laboratory tatted

C 1. $600.00 2. $240X0 3.

1 jf (ACCUMULATED) (ACCUMULATED) ''

(ACCUMULATED)

- $120X3

(ACCUMULATED)

; lAftlTUSE arttcrlbail
by doctor tintt 112.
Da not rltk your kaaltti!
Sat SAN1TUBE roi
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PROFESSIONAL

INSURANCE
(ALL KINDS)
-; .', ..... ; V
JDI RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-055J
Write Box L. Balboa, GZ.
Hours 8 to 12. 1:30 to 5
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
Alter hours Pan' 3-705,0
Educational. Life.
' Automobile, Fire, etc
CANAL ZON1 POLTCLINIC '
DENTAL-MEDICAL
DK. C. I. FABREGA. O.OA
TtveB (h f Jury) Are, Na. S1AM
(opposite Aswan Sdwal Playground)
taL S-SUl ranaaw ...
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S. A.
Packer Shipper Mover
PhonM ; 2 245 1 ; l 12562
learn Riding At: f'- f
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Clatse daily
3 to 5 a.rn. Phono .2-2451
or by appointment.
a
1II-FI RECORDS
classic popular and jass
AGENCUSDIAZ
37 Street Ntf. 6-A TeL 3-1596
Open until 7:00 p.m.
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with a smart
. "PETITE CCRL" :
,: A pin curl wave vou can
, well afford.
Y.M.C.A. Beautv Salon
TeL 3-3677
IN RACE FOR SENATE Dan
Thornton, former governor of
Colorado, has entered the race
for the Senate seat being va vacated
cated vacated by Eugene I. Millikin, a
, fellow Republican. Thornton, a
close personal friend of Presi President
dent President Eisenhower, will be the
GOP candidate against either
Charles IV Brannan, Secretary
of Agriculture under Truman,
or John A. Carrol in the
, November election.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
Quotations by
A BIAS, MATUSSI 4 ASSOCIAT1V
"v aid' Ask
Abattoir Nactonal j ISM
Bam ridudarto 4lt
8lokml(ott
Cemento Panama ....J., 73
Cerveeeria Naclonat .... SZ :
Chlrlcana da tche .... ll'
Speo ....... as
J Cola
ftantaa Omerdelee '"''
ffet. with Com. .....
Oentiladara Nactonal ..v
financiera uimeAa
Prat with 'Com. .......
finanza. 8 ' v
Prat, with Com. ......
ruerxa t Vat Prat. ... 47 11
fuerza y U-Cb. to
Hotels lntramr1eanoa. (S4
General da Sefiiror ... & :
PammFAa da Acell i.:' 1
Panamefta de f1bra ., tl
Psnamena de Sexurm V V-Panamefla
Panamefla V-Panamefla de rabwo l
Teatro BetlavlMo. ?.;,.
featio Central
10
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i.se
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10 40
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
OX 2031, ANCON, CX
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL C.Z.

FOR SALEV-Hi-Fi outfit, 2560
cycle. Coma, tea fr koar tki won
derful bur, than talk prices,
hone Bal. 2-3069.
Dr.' Wendehak Medical Clinic.
' Day night tervica, Opposite
Chase lank. Phono 2-3479 Pan Pan-ama.
ama. Pan-ama. ..'; ' .-'.'.' ;
FOR SALE -Girl's 26" bicycle,
teal dresser, roll-away bad, iwi- -vel
chair, electric broiler, pil-
lows, outdoor furniture, 4 blinds, blinds,-.table
.table blinds,-.table lamp. Conn cornet. 2316 2316-A,
A, 2316-A, Laa Cruces, Balboa. '
Mr. Car Owner: Are you disgust-
ed with the present servicing of
your auto? Why not call John Johnston
ston Johnston guaranteed auto repairs.
Phone 456-A. 16th St. Melee Melee-dei.
dei. Melee-dei. Colon, R.P.
FOR SALE: 1949 Packard So So-dan,
dan, So-dan, bassinette, baby buggy.
Phone 2-1756 Balboa, C.Z.
FOR SALE: Studio couch, dou- .-
bl bed, Beautyrest, Hollywood
style; small table, 3 stools. 2
" motors 25 cycle each, work
bench, drawer, assorted tools,
cots,, gat can, garbaga can, gas gasoline
oline gasoline can, boxes tools, 14 Vene Venetian
tian Venetian blinds for duplex. Balboa :
Phone 2-1336 at 4 p.m. to 6 ;
p.m. and after I p.m..

MP Sgt. Andiho Has Spent 25 Years
As Interpreter At Panama Limits

Watchina: the Military police
i grow, has been the life of M-Sgt.
Agustin Andino, 54, Military po police
lice police interpreter-at the Limits
MP of"
For -Surgeanl Andino has spent
almost 25 years of his 36 years
of active Army duty in the Mili Military
tary Military Police. And all of his serv service
ice service has been in Panama and the
Canal Zone. He was first sent
here Dec. 10, 1920.
Sgt. Andino is a native of Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico. During the years his
lvalue to the, Provost Marshal's
i of flees in the Panama area has
caused him to become dean of
military police who serve, with
the Army locally.
It was in October, 1932, that
Sgt. Andino first became an
MP. He was assigned to the
military police platoon at
Quarry Heights by Maj. Gen.
Preston Brown, with duties as,
an Interpreter and as liaison
for the Provost Marshal : in
Panama City.
From the beginning his work
called for much of his time and.
for close contact daily with the
residents of Panama, until 1940,
he. was. vithe only interpreter
working out of the Provost Mar Marshal's
shal's Marshal's office and his office was
located in the Central Police
I station In downtown Panama.
Sgt. Andino said that .f all
through those years his work
kept him active at any hour of
the day or night. For a" long
time his only contact with the
Provost Marshal's office' was
when he left the Central Police
station to make a report in per person.
son. person. V -.-;;.:
, Sgt. Andino was not always
policeman. For the first 12 years
he was in Panama hi was as as-siimed
siimed as-siimed to th infantry and serv
ed with such regiments as the
65th. the 42nd and the 33rd. He
was also assigned to H.Q., Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Department as it was
then- termed, before he found
himself an MP
When the Mlitary Police Corps
I was firs organized 15 years a
go, Sgt Andino saw tne 76inn
Military police Battalion come
to Panama and sDread itself a
cross the canal zone' and dur
ing World war II, into the lnte
rior of Panama.
Old timers will remember that
Company A of the 7fi0th was lo
cated at Quarry Heights wnn
jurisdictional boundaries Includ Including
ing Including all of Panama City, compa
ny B was at Fort Clayton and
also managed the stockade
there. Company C was deployed
by platoons and was scattered
down Arraijan- to David 300
miles away. Company D was. in
Colon and the Invest'sation Dt
vision ws attached to "the
Headouarters of the 760thj
f'gt Andino said in the years
before the military police force
was a nlatdon it was a unit .of
carefully selected volunteers.
He recalled in 1940 when the
20th Military police Company
was formed, a special cash allot allotment
ment allotment was obtained so that the
men who wore the MP brassard
wou'd all he dressed in tailor
ma4e uniform

ney w re sharp vvhen they -foresaid to h" nvilthT
wal'-ed down the street," he"ve. whv a flml decree should no

sa.a.
In the latter part of 1942,
tho 5th lnfoBtry tetiirtiefl tr'
the Canal Zone and with it

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION & LI M built
tnodera furnished portaMat. I,
2 bodroemt, ho, cold wate.
Phone Paaanre 3-4941.
FOR RENTt $50. furnished
apartment, comfortable,, near
Via Espaiia, commisiary; end an an-other
other an-other apartment for agency, liv-
ing. Phono 3-0471.
FOR RENTr Modern apartment
unfurnished, El Cangreje: 2 bad- :
i reomt, 2 bathrooms, dining-liv-I,
ing room, maid's room with bath,
all screened, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Phone during business hours
2-0321; after business hour
2-3525.
FOR RENT: Modem apartment
(first floor) t 2 bedrooms, back backyard,
yard, backyard, and front yard, Inspected
and furnished, $80. The best
you can find tor this price. Ave.
Jose do Fabrega 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENTr On Airport Road,
two-bedroom chalet. Phono 3-
6115. t
FOR RENT:
Houses
FOR RENTi Chalet, Via Poms
-142. fhone 3-2575. Porch, 3
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, garage.
MSgt AGUSTIN ANDINO
came a number of Spanish Spanish-speak,
speak, Spanish-speak, ng soldiers who were to
join Sgt. Andino in his work
as interpreters and members'
of the Criminal Investigation
Division. ; "r". ; ,. ,.-Set.
Set. ,.-Set. Andino said, that one
man chosen: to work With him
at that time is Jorge Comacho
Torres who today is Chief of the
Detective Bureau, in tne ponce
department at San Juan, Puer Puerto
to Puerto Rico. Another former military
noliceman who worked with Sgt.
Andino is now a magistrate In
Puerto Rico.
Another nhase or his wors
which has eiven Sgt. Andino
2 Majors Boosted
Promotions from? the grade of
major to lieutenant colonel have
been given two officers at Head Headquarters.
quarters. Headquarters. USARCARIB. .V
The officers promoted are Lt.
Col. Silvestre Escribano Ortiz and
GflLt. Col. Richard Meridith Love
lace. Col. Ortiz is assigned to thej
G-2 section and Col. Lovelace is
assiened to the G-4 section.
Both promotions were effective
September 14.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OP AMERICA
.. Canal Zone
Knlt.d Slates Dlstrk-t Conri tor the
District of the Canal Zone
- Balboa Division
Texas Petroleum ComDany, Libelant,
v. SS Guayas and CompaAia Comercial
Navlera, S A., Mesponaenu. in Aamirai
tv. Nn. a.1X2. v
Whereas, on the 14th" day of Septem
ber, 1936. Texas Fetroieum company:
filed Prnnna in Rem and in Personam
in the United Stairs District Court of
(lie Canal Zone. Balboa Division, a a-satnst
satnst a-satnst the SS Guaraa and the Comna-
nia Comercial Naviera, S.A., In a Cause
ol Contract, Civil and Maritime:
And. whereas, by virtue of process In
due form of law, to me directed, re
turnable on the 3rd day of October.
1956. I have seized and taken the said
S3 Guayas and have her In my custoday:
Notice Is hereby given that a District
Court will be held Li the United Stater
District Court Room, in the town ol
Ancon, Canal Zone, at a.m. on the
,1rd day of October. 1956. for the trial
of said premises, and the owner or
omen, and all persons who may have
it claim anv Interest, are nereDy cue
o be and appear at tne time ant pit?-,'
o prajreo ....-i,. : 1.
United Stales Marshlt
Joseph I. Kincaid
Ariaav rabreca mmI. fahreoa i
Proctors for Libelant

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Household

FOR SALE:-Kcnmore automa automatic
tic automatic washer, 60-cycle, used lose
than a year, excellent condition. condition.-Call
Call condition.-Call Rousseau 3175.
FOR SALE Metal furniture:
dinette extension table 24"x36"
closed, with 6 plastic upholster-:
ed chairs; chest drawers; dress- -.
or with mirror; mahogany coffee
' table; 3 -way floor lamp; bridge
' and table lamp. Call Saturday or
Sunday until 5 p.m. Curundu
722t. Quartan 2033.
FOR SALE: Wastmghouso re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, Aster washing, ma machine.
chine. machine. 25-11 7th Street, Rio
Abajo. Phone 3-4046.
FOR SALE: Cheap. Owner'
leaving country Electric iron,
vacuum cleaner, play bridge ta table.
ble. table. Call during lunch 3-0529.
FOR SALE: Easy Spin-Rinse
washing machine, perfect condi condition
tion condition SI 50 or best offer; Schu Schumann
mann Schumann baby grand piano, excel excellent
lent excellent condition $400 or best of offer.
fer. offer. Call Albrook 6203.
FOR SALE: Metal dresser, desk,
table, kitchen table, plants and
miscellaneous effects. Priced for
cjuick tale. Leaving. 1539-B
Mango Street, Balboa, C.Z., 2 2-3204.
3204. 2-3204.
FOR SALE: Quarto t m a t a r
wooden kitchen table, child's
toy grand piano and bench.
2262 Carr Street.. Phono 2 2-2444.
2444. 2-2444. satisfaction is the growth of the
spirit of cooperation, between
the police' in Panama and the
Military Police.
Seti Andino. who lives niLh
his wlf and two children alt Via
Cincuentenarlo, San Francisco,
in Panama, will retire from the
Army on Jan. 31, 1857. :
But he is not nlannine on
planting a rocking chair on the
front porch and occupying it
"I'm looking for a Job,"' he
said. If he finds one, It will be
with an organization where he
can serve his fellow, man as
he has faithfully done so for
more than 36 year in the U.S.
Army..
Muskrel Rcjnblss,
Bel Fcr hi'xli)
In LcizisiEna Area
mftttiw t. m

"Muskraf rambling acrosslouto- Arm:J Commf m,'.wiU facts
em Louisiana's TmS1 KTzS'
and swamps these days is a 355-i f?11.' ast year in
mile natural rTin. IhTTi. Louisiana. Other presenUUonsin-

wiii Diva h. rik kit :
market outlet.
'
Called the "Muskrat Line be because,
cause, because, of its geographical situation
-rits in muskrat country the nine
.. -
outlet will tie natural gas gather-)
us lacumes ai .urowiey to the
prolific gas-producing area, both
on snore ano oft snore, in the Lou
isiana ciastal region.
ine line. an extension starts
here where it branches from the
Tennessee Gas Transmission Co.
line and splashes through watery
wastes of the Louisiana .row ands
to the mouth of the Mississippi!

ici as empues mio me iauu,'""58nor in Mexican history
About four-fifths oi the line is Mrs. Castillo, who has been
submerged. At some points, the serving as ; Mexican minister to
huge, concrete-coated steel cylin-j Sweden, was promoted when the
nay altnaVaa IA ilnntkai 1 Ail ..t . -- 1 f iha l

der sinks to depths of 100 feet.'
! The first 70 miles of the line in involves
volves involves normal dry1 land construc construction
tion construction techniques. But fr m there
on, the right-of-way is a waterway.
y v ; Wirkers Got Leave
Special barges were built be because
cause because the area would not support
construction equipment. The
bargse carry cranes, welding sta stations
tions stations and facilities for coating and
wrapping the welded joints anl
will take the equipment over some
130 navigable bodies of water.
ine Z4-inch steer pipe, chopped
into 4n-fnnt lencthe and nml

with a 2-inch thickness of con. 'STCA l.y
crete, lr delivered by water to the SMe."idUbei SS&TSSKt
lay-barge. :' ; v v ,sorm aealnst theSS. Guayas, her en.
Workers on the "Muskrat" do S!' ri1,'l' !?. eu Con Con-one
one Con-one or two-week stretches of dutylwW rfe ta
and take short leaves from the due form of law to m. dtr"tedtSrn-
project. ;ble on the llth day of October. 1956.
( IJ, h,v "' "d taken the said S5.
.The crew i, housed on tmrte StSFS
boate at the construction sites. Court win be held m the town ST
Working hours begin at dawn and "n. Cjnal Zone, at S a.m.. on the 12th
finish at dusk on the hot, steamy, v'VJ
Louisiana summer days. : ail oersons wh IZTFI

After completion Of the new line,
the gas wjll be routed through Uic
, '"''
i. iiu." -7:
Kinder. La There it will co into
Tennessee Gas' main transmission
siwiii uuuut icAaa w ncT JMIiiHIlsdw

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1166.
PHILLIPS OccosaMe Cartage,
Santa Clara. Be 435, Balboa.
Phono Panama 3-1177. Criato Criato-bol
bol Criato-bol 3-!673.t
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable house.
: Phono Thompson Balboa 1772.
Spend your week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni-
once;' Moderate price. The new
management is envious to aerve
.'you. .' -;
Genell Bliss' Santa Clara Guest
House. Overlooks ocean sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by shade trees . '. ga
range O refrigerator , private
steps to beach (2 snin. walk I
...accommodates S. Playground
1 (lighted at night) with barbe barbe-cua,
cua, barbe-cua, pingpong, badminton, putt putt-big
big putt-big green, etc. Your own bohio
en beach. Current rate.' Navy
3112.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished house in
Ecuador Ave. No. 2S with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid'
roam with bath, interior yard,
garage, hot water, living room,
, dining room and kitchen. t You
'can see ft during of free hours
Also another bouse with 4 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garden, etc.
Army Ccnlercncc
On Aliiip Werkre
Meel.njjn' Ksnsas J
"The annual Army Tr a i n i n t
Conference on Atomic Warfare
will be held at the Command and
General Staff College, Fort Lea Leavenworth,
venworth, Leavenworth, Kansas, Monday
through Saturday the Department
of the Army announced this
week. .-.j ..f ;
Lt. Col. S. H. Johnson' OYrcnMvn
officer, Engineer Section, For t
Clsyton, will represent USARCA-
KIJB at the conference. He left the
Canal Zone yesterday. ; J
Purpose of the conference will
be to vdiseuss new doctrine "and
concepts relative to the employ employment
ment employment of atomic weapons in sup support
port support of ground troops. The Army's
atomic warfare trainine Droeram.
objectives and methods by which
they can best be accomplished al also
so also will be discussed during the
sessions in which army training
personnel from world-wide install installations
ations installations will attend,.
' Other topics on Ihe agenda in
clude a discussion of problems
omic weapons and remmendations!
for actions which will improve the
Army's capabilities with these
weapons.: -'.'i
During the session; the office,
special weapons develooments di-
rector, Headquarters. Continental
elude atomic wearrans emnlbv
my, employment of atomic wea-
I nnna In tkaa et i ta Jf.. ...1 1 j
new developments in atomic wea
iviia mic -ii a uacusc ruie, afltnu
pons, .. ''t 'v;
Conferees will renrnsent lt m.
jor U.S. Army commands in the
umteo Mates and overseas and
the Department of the Army.
Mexican Woman
Scores A First
MEXICO CITY.v Seot.' 22 '(UPV
juij. Amaua aa (jasmin r .Hn.
today became the .first woman!
i.l e.u",uu":H agreea. to raise
tufa. VAitAMtiMHl. a
ineir aipiomauc representations
id. we ran 0i embassies.
Gillian lxyianaer, until now
Swedish m i n i s t e r here, was
raweu ro ambassadorial rank
LEGAL NOTICE
United states op America
- : : Canal Zone s
0MtJli??i? J1:'"11 Court Pee The
, District of ih Canal Zone
, J JBalb0 Division
Libelant, vs. S S. Guaya, and Compania
Comercial Naviera, S.A.. Resnondenb.
1 Rem and In Personam.
i, nuiitii.uj, wo. UK. Pmmu In
nY inr re hereby cited to be and
p?" ,h ) and place aforesaid,
to "how cause, if ,y u, have, why a
acctw n0.'a n Poiw e 'myed.
J -"spn i. Klncald
iTnlt SB.- i
Marmot' l-?'-1""-

FOR SALE

, Antomobile f
MUSA SELL; 1955 PontU
Convertible. Perfect condition,
duty paid. Will accept highest
offer. Call 3-1712.
FOR SALE: 1951 Merc. 2-dr.,
' radio and O.D. Excellent condi condition
tion condition $595. Qtrs. No. 690 Ciirun Ciirun-du
du Ciirun-du Hts. 13-7102.
FOR SALE: 1955 Opel Sedan.
Bargain 4th of July Avenue.
FOR SALE: 1948 Pontiae de deluxe
luxe deluxe 4-door sedan with heater
and hydramatic drive. House
015S-B, Balboa. Phone 2-2362.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile
"38" 4-door, hydramatic, radio,
original owner. Call Balboa
1368 -'... '.-v.
FOR SALE: 1955 Customize
Fordor Sedan, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Many extras. Best offer
takes it. Only 13,000 miles. Tel Telephone
ephone Telephone Bal. 2-3069.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury
MonterreY Hardtop, extras, $1. $1.-550.
550. $1.-550. Margarita 3-1814. See et
8054, Apt. C.r;',v,i,W,- '-v;
FOR SALE: Ride in air-condi-.
tioned luxury in your own 1953
Buick Roadmaster with power
steering, power brakes end all
the extras. See and place your
, bid today at 23 1 6-A, Us Cru Cru-:
: Cru-: eas, Balboa. :
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth 4 4-door
door 4-door Belvedere. Automatic. Like
new. See it Sunday. House 2256 2256-B,
B, 2256-B, Carr St., Balboa, behind Chase
Bank. -
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman
. Convertible. Excellent condition.
Qtrs. 1 37-A Albrook, between
dan, bassinette, baby buggy.
4-6 pm. 86-3141.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiae Cat-,
alino Coupe. Excellenf condition.
House 0778-B. Williamson PI.,
Balboa. Phone Balboa 3114 be between
tween between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
, Hardtop Coupe. Two-ton green,
; ywhitewall .tires,--radio, perfect
condition. Ap. 3. No. 3 8-18 Pe-
ru Ave.
FOR RENT
' Itooms
FOR RENT- Room to gentle gentleman
man gentleman of good manners. Apply Via
Espaiia, Juan France- No. 17,
green chalet.
For Dance Lovers
Ballroom dance routines
' for teams -'
? For contest or profes professional
sional professional use; with or with-"
out lifts. Members, of
Dances Master Dance
Educators and A.S.O.D.T.
since 1932. ,. v
HARNETT & DUNN
f BALBOA 2-4239
$544 DOWN
S?7'
'i

- CASA PROPIA, S. A. (OWN YOUR HOME, INC.) is starting to
build 70 one-bedroom bungalows at the end of 10th. Street, Rio A A-bajo,
bajo, A-bajo, next to the Barbadian Society building." Total price will be on.
ly $4,444, with a down payment of $544 and a monthly payment
of $25 which includes inteerst. Two-bedroom homes like the above
picture will cost $5,950,' with $1,000 down payment and $35 a
month. For further information go to CASA PROPIA, S.A. at East
36lh. St. No. 15, in front of the M nistry of Finance, half block from
the Panama Hospital or call Panama 3-1114.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: House completely
furnished in Rio Segundo de Al Al-ajuela,
ajuela, Al-ajuela, in Costa Rica, with fruit
trees, 8 rooms. Phono 1208-A.
Colon. ...
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP ME-
, TALS FOR SALE: Sealed bids,
for opening in public, will bo re received
ceived received until 10:30 a.m, October
26, 1956, in the office of Su-
, perintendent of Storehouses, Bal Balboa,
boa, Balboa, for approximately 3,510
, net tons of Ferrous Scrap Metals
located at Section "I," Balboa
Storehouse, telephone 2-3110.
Invitation No. 296 may be ob obtained
tained obtained from the above source, or
, from Office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
US Air Secretary
In Soain For Talks
MADRTT) Snnf 99 rm
V VA 1
American AIT SPOreturv TknnnlA
A. Quarles arrived here today for
iaiK5 wiin top level Suamsh mili military
tary military officials and heads of the A
merican militarv mi
Quarles was expected to review
ine current joint Spanish American
II Miliary niiiriinp nrnoram
There was nn aHunno. unit., -t
the course of Quarles Ulks, but
imui men i-ircies nere noted vuar-
ies uas mniea, ounng nis present
EnroDen tour, at a cut back in the
building program here. ;
TOPPENISH, Wash. (UP)
Indian Agency officials figure this
mechanical era isn't all it's
cracked ud to bn Thov
to use helicopters instead of
horses in a roundun nf wiin Tntion
horses, but the roundup nad to
be called off when thn VnntrC
developed mechanical trouble.

SELECTA

Calle H No. 11-53

Invites her distinguisfd customers to fee
the largest assorted upholstery material just
arrived in the latest styles and modern colors.
Our prices are recognized as the lowest in
the upholstery market. Come in and visit us
.ust across the Auto Service.

PAYMENT AND
, f.
4 9r-
-:vMa-N4(.-JfMet4o0O

Position Offered

, WANTED.- Male clerk-typisf.
Tropicani." 4th of July Ave.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-42-foot Matthew
cabin cruiser "Glorian." Rafrige.
ration, radio-telephone.. Urgent
,' 6-468,
Cfa.iCr OmSwPi
AI$::.-.IPcI:rY
St. Peter' rhanter nf th CrAm
of St Vincent La Boca, which was
uicanizea nn .spnr mr iatn m i

obsen-e its 26lh anniversary tomorrow.-.;-
In honor of the event, there will
be an opening procession for the
choral eucharist 10:30 a.m. involv involving
ing involving the choristers, acolytes and
clergy; and the acolytes will make
a corporate communions ;
Besides being preacher and ce celebrant
lebrant celebrant at : the service, the Rev.
Juhn Spear chaplain! warden of 4
the order, will admit Arthur Davis,
a junior server, to the Guild of
Saint Dot... C.I-. t-u

um .... CV, I11U L,1U L lllll,
Thl Orrtar nf Saint Vinnont i.
national guild for acolytes, which
ailniA.I V. ...
uiv seivcs nave a pro progressive
gressive progressive rule of life and they con consider
sider consider the work a lav vacation, eoni

tinuning indefinitely with the or-'
der
On Monday night the Woman's Woman's-Auxiliary,
Auxiliary, Woman's-Auxiliary, another parochial organ organization
ization organization of St, Peter's will welcomt
the district nrexidpnt XTr vir.

gina Peterson, at a special meet
ing, mis win oe ner urst visit to
the group and she will address the
members. ; 1 ?
Telifono 2-V483
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Republicans Reimburse US Treasury
For Ike's Use Of Govt, facilities

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.WASHINGTON', Sept. 22 (UP (UP-The
The (UP-The Republicans announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday they are repaying the trea

sury down to the last telephone
call for President Eisenhower'
use of government facilities during
his reelection campaign.
Whitfe House News Secretary
.Tnmes C. Fajrorty,. who said
$.1,321 r,!rea had -teen" repaid
under the- pian, chillcnccd Ihe
Democrats 'to say whether they

had followed the same system
during the five previous presi presidential
dential presidential election races. ;
" Th reolv was a flat 'yes"

from Sam Brlghtman, official
spokesman for the Democratic
National Committee. He said the
Democrats also paid for similar

facilities including telepnone
calls of a political nature.
Hagerty said the $20,321 already
repaid the treasury by, the Re Republican
publican Republican ; National Committee in included
cluded included $13,000 for the President's
expenses and use of the govern government
ment government plane, the Columbine, to go
to San Francisco last month to
accept renomination by the GOP.
The latest check for $5,071, for forwarded
warded forwarded to the treasury yesterday

morning, was mostly to cover the
President's flight to D e s
Moines, la., to bid for farm votes

m me novemner -erection.
Hagerty, after announcing that
even political telephone calls to
the White House will be paid for
from party funds, urged reporters
to find out if the Democrats had'
qune the same.
He said he believed it was the
first time such an all-inclusive
plan hid been set up to separate
the cost of a president's political
activities from the normal costs
vl operating the office.
Brightman said a check of
Democratic committee records fa fa-iHc.ted
iHc.ted fa-iHc.ted that former President
Truman I used his government-plane.-
the Independence, : only
once during a presidential cam campaign
paign campaign He said Mr. Truman flew

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to Miami in October, 1948, to
address an American Legion con convention.
vention. convention.
'This was considered a presi presidential
dential presidential function and we did not
pay for the plane," Brightman
said.
'-.He 'said Mr. Truman did his
eampRicnur- bv-. train-with the
national committee picking up the

bill. As for phones, he said the
Democrats had a tie-line from
the White Hoiise through the

committee for political callers.
Brightman said the Democratic
committee also repaid the treas treasury
ury treasury $15,000 in 1952 which had been
advanced to White House aides
and was used for campaign pur purposes.
poses. purposes. 'It seems to me we followed
the same procedure that they're
talking about," he said.)
Hagerty said the treasury also
was paid $50 for food nn the

and $200 for use of Army Signal

urps equipment' at me recent'

GOr pep rally at Ate president's
Gettysburg, Pa., farm.

Kids' Noise Drives
Sick Jap Couple
To Commit Suicide
TYOKOSUKA,' Japan, Sept. 22 22-(UP)
(UP) 22-(UP) An elderly Japanese counle
committed suicide yesterlay be because
cause because their neighbor's children
made too much noise.
Monii Noeami. 69, and his 66-

year-old wife, slashed their throats
with fishknives. They left a note

wnicn saia: ...
'We feel worse every time the
neighbors's children are noisy.
Pleas tell them not to be so
noisy. Goodbye."
Nogaml was blind, bis wife suf suffered
fered suffered from palsy.

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5:S. Winky Dink
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2:80 Frontiers of Faith
J:M Arn)e Forcai Hour
4:0 Encera -.
I 00 Harry Owens
S s Faith For Today
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1 I JO Star Taniglit
7:00 December Bride
T:30 Playhouse af Stan
:00 Taaat af The Town
t:00 Cavalcade of America
:30 Mr. Peeperi
10:00 The Studio
10:30 What 'a Wy Una
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IKE, OPENS RADIO-TV CAMPAIGN While Mrs. Elsenhower listens from a chair in the cor.

ner. the Pers dent delivers his

re-election. The President touched on

broadcast address was ''peace.

Des Moines Out For Ike;
i Farm Plan Seen Tuesday

l DES MOINES, Iowa, Sept 22-'
(UP) President Eisenhower cli

maxed a iwoay yiam mi
' here today, with a tumultuos,
cheering tour through downtown
JDes v Moines and a crowd esti estimated
mated estimated at more than 100,000 per persons.
sons. persons. "!

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Diss In Gorgas
Albr Long Illness
Mrs. Emily Sutherland, wife of
n.u n nthprtnd of UieJndUS-
. 1 Tliiriclnn 111 Balboa, died at
Gorgas Hospital at 1:20 p.m.
yesterday-following a long illness.
She was 60 years old., i f
A native of r-Detroit,! Michigan,
Mrs. Sutherland came to the Isth Isth-nin.
nin. Isth-nin. in 1M1 with her husband and
three children' and has been living
in th Canst Zone since that time.
sh was a resident of Diablo
iiights: :
Krnm 1942 to 1950. Mrs. Suther
land was employed as a clerk and
later as a commissary assistant
with the Commissary Division.
' In addition her husband, she
is survived by a son Sgt. Jack C.
Sutherland: of the Balboa Police;
and two daughter, Mrs. R.T.'Mal R.T.'Mal-atron,
atron, R.T.'Mal-atron, of Chicago; and Mrs. Samu
el G. MCUeuan, 01 .uiappaqua,
V.. Vnrlr '-. 1 v f v
Funeral services "will he held at
- B p.m. Monday at St. Lukes Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral in Ancon. Dean Mainert J.
Peterson, will conduct the services
The family has asked that no
flowers be sent. Contributions may
be made to the cancer i una.
jWcathcriOr Not)
This weather- report, for the 24
hours ending I a.m.- today, H pre pre-v
v pre-v parod hf tht Moteoroloaicai and
Hydrography Branth of thr Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:.
BALBOA CRISTOBAL
TEMPERATURAt

Hiih ...;.;., bi ii
tow 71 7a
HUMIDITYi -
High 95 94
Uw 77 74

,WIND:
(mix. mpfch.VNU ; NW1I
RAIN (inches) 4 v 1.57
WATER TIMP.t
(inner harbon) II B3
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
High
5:23 a.m.
1:45 a.m.
LOW
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multitude of sub J ec tor
He concluded his first actual
campaign trip with an airport
plea to an audience or several
thousand persons that they get
behind the OOP ticket this fall
to assure continuance of "pro "progressive
gressive "progressive Republicanism." t .,
Mr. Eisennower cauea parucu-
larly for the re-election In Iowa
of the Incumbent Republican
Senator, Bourke B. Hlckenloop-er,-
Gov. Leo Hoegh and GOP
members of the House from Io Iowa,'
wa,' Iowa,' endorsing them as "leaders
In Republicanism adjusted to
modern life."
Mr. Eisenhower told the
airport crowd that for the
last couple, of days he had
been non-political "and I can't
stand, it any more I am
turn'of over a new leaf now."
: : v.. ':" ; ."
' He "said he had never .5 seen
such a turnout before in a city
the size of Des Moines about
180,000 population.
President and Mrs. Eisennow
er took off for Washington at
5:23 p.m. ; in the presidential
plant "Columbine." ...
-Earlier, before 75,000 persons
at the National plowing Contest
at Nwton, Iowa, 20 miles away,
Mr. Eisenhower said some Mid Midwest
west Midwest f armers,may think his farm
policies are "crazy .' But, he
said, he Is sure even the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats admit they are conceived
In honesty, -. .
In Des Moines, his convoy had
difficulty moving along walnut
Street in the business, district
because the crowd was so dense.
He and Mrs. Eisenhower both
stood up much of the time, wav waving
ing waving to the cheering onlookers.
When the president endorsed
the Iowa Republican ticket, he
urged his listeners to "keep
these people in their present
high positions for' a .long, long
time to eome.'V v v
' Mr. Elsenhower said Republi
can speech makers this fall had
"a treat story to tell In the
simple unadorned truth" about
the accomplishments and aims
of the GOP national adminis administration,
tration, administration, .v,;;'...'.
' He 'promised that if return returned
ed returned to office, his admin'stra admin'stra-tion
tion admin'stra-tion would continue to supply
"forward looking government"
without being a 5blg brother
knows better than yon" type
of administration.
"The closer you : keep the
government to home where the
people who pay the taxes can
watch their money being
spent that Is the best kind
of government," he said. 1
Security Minisler
From Cosla Rica
Arrives TomorrovL
v Costs Rica's minister of public
security. Don Fernando Valverde
Veea and wife are scheduled to
arrive in the Canal Zone tomorrow
for a four-day .visit of U. b. Army
installations here.
The minister is coming to the
Zone with Brig. Gen. Louis V.
Hightower, deputy commanding
general, USARCARIB, who is re returning
turning returning from a trip to El Salvador
Guatemala and Costa Rica., High High-tower
tower High-tower represented the Defense De Department
partment Department at the inauguration of
El Salvador's President Jose
Maria : Lemus and Sept. 14.
After receiving full military
honors at Ft. Amador Monday
morning, Valverde will begin
sight-seeing tour of the Zone. In Including
cluding Including will be visits to Miraflores
Locks, the USARCARIB School at
Ft. Gulick where the minister will
visit students from Costa Rica,
and a tour of the Inter American
Geodetic Survey facilities at Ft.
Clayton '
Senor Valverde and his wife
while here will be the house guests
of and Mrs. Hightower.
- Thev are scheduled to leave for
Costa Rica Wednesday morning.

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for
his
but the major theme of
The President's remarks at
both Newton and Des Moines
were strictly off-the-cuff
and
informal.) -
"Many' of you won't aeree
with me,'' he told the massed
farmers. "In fact, some of you
will think I am crazy." t
But, he said, he Is confident
on one doubts his. honesty.-
Trie audience. p-a:nered on the
Henry Steenhoek farm 20 miles
from Des Moines, gave the pres president
ident president a cheer at this point.
The President l savin his
major statements on farm prob
lems ana me way to meet tnem
for another farm belit appear appearance
ance appearance next Tuesday at -Peoria.
111.
Nevertheless. he emnhasixed
the word ''peace" the theme
of hls'nly other previous cam campaign
paign campaign address. . ,-. V
Taking- nbU. of th plowing
championships h?re, the Pres President
ident President said the f ariar-r'a plow
has "became the sjmbol of
peace." t
"I have tried U Ihink of
some instrument that lias
meant more to man than the
plow," he said. "No people feel
closer to, the need for peace
than the agricultural people."
In his Peoria speech. He
promised, he will speak of "tKe
special problems of the farmer
and the special treatment .they
should receive. :
Th nation's farm problems.
as well as the problems of world
peace and other vital issues, can
be solved if they are approached
"in a spirit of conciliation and
give-and-take,'? 'the President
said. -;-;;;.V"i:iv: ;'''.;,vv,v-,i'; ;
. A main factor in the farm
situation, Mr. Eisenhower said,
is that "each man on the
farm produces food and fibre
fur 18 of his fellow Ameri Americans"
cans" Americans" even though the na na-tion's
tion's na-tion's farm ; population has
fallen from about 95 per cent
when the Constitution was a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted to about 12 per cent to today.
day. today. ';f v'.r.. r
"Farmers are getting more
efficient," the President said,
and this very efficiency results
in problems with which he will
deal, In his Peoria speech.
Mr. Elsenhower said he7 him
self feels at home amontr farm'
ers because as a boy "I followed
a walking plow that I had- to
reach ud to hold."
Ana the memoers of his pres
ent advisory council on agricul
ture include actual working
farmers," as well as representa
tives of farm organizations,, he
said. j i
United Fund
$25,500-2
With two weeks remaining' in
the U S Army unnea r una unve,
the latest figures show that' a to-
tal of $23,500.24 has been collected
to Col. K. H. t ando, toe tunu cus
todian. "..v,,.-v :';'
The drive began Aug. 30. when
a total of $515.71 was collected
Since then, the -drive has been
progressing at a steady rate to
wards "the ultimate goal of $62,250.
According to officials of various
groups, much of the money col collected
lected collected is used locally.. Here are
some figures:; pj v
The Boy Scouts of America
Balboa, will keep 98 per cent of
the money given to them by the
United Fund. The other two per
cent is sent to national headquar headquarters
ters headquarters in New Brunswick, N.J. to
to pay a small part of the expense
of sending exports nere to the
Zone. ; i."..'":-':
With the money donated to them
the Scouts here in the Zone pay
for camping programs, activities.!
leadership training, advancmenl
and awards", and many other ex
penses. : ; '- ;. "'
The Canal Zone Cancer Society
keeps 70 per vent of the money
given to them and the other 30
per cent is given to the American
Cancer Sociey in New York for

twmT .FTON Ore.. Sept. 22

ytdv son Kstei Kefauver yes-
renewed a demand that
Vice President Richard Nixon apo apologize
logize apologize to "many innnocnt citizens
he has hurt ... by previous smeat
campaign tacucs. -Kefauver
also said voters
should give "deep thought . .'.u
what would happen w weir
try if. ; Nixon happened to
succeed to the presidency." :
tk nmnrratie vice oresiden-
tial nominee rejected a demand ol
Nimn that Kefauver apologize to
Eisenhower for a cam
paign statement that the Chief
Executive nas Deen wurin
gainst the "little people' and
for "the special Interests.
Kefauver, carrying his cam campaign
paign campaign into Oregon, hammered a a-way
way a-way on a theme of whether there
really is "a new Nixoa of sweet sweetness
ness sweetness and lightness and decency or
whether he has just put on' a new
face for the purpose of the cam campaign."
paign." campaign." 1
Ho asked: "Does Amerkja
have to wait vntil he has in his
hands the awful powers of t h o
presidency . VH find eut whot
Richard Nixon is really liker'
' Kefauver charged"- that Nixon
"i the darlins of every reaction
arv in the Republican party from
tAitaml Hall down.?
He asked whether "Kepuoucans
whn ram whether their party can
he a modern and responsible in-
(tniment of covernment. . can
be sure that Mr. Nixon's new Re-!
nublicanism is the real thing? '.
Nothing reveais a man s cnarac-i
ter more fully than to givt him
power," Kefauver said.
, ,Tho Domocratlc candidate'
called on Orogon voters to sup support
port support Son. WoyiM More (D Ore.)
against former Interior Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Douglas McKay. "To sacri
(Ice Wayne Morse on an altar of
Republican rovenga, as Richard
Nixon askod you to do, would be
the- sorriest day ki the history
of the, paopla r of Oregon,", he
said. V.r
He said he would not apologize
to Mr.; Eisenhower, as demanded
by Nixon, "because every word I
said was true."
Kefauver charged that Nixon's
demand of an apology shows that
the official propaganda line H
the Republican party is to try to
keep General Eisenhower above
criticism." But-be said KepuDU
cans cannot keep Mr. Eisenhower
"ati mniinlnin, tnn nnart from
the misdeeds and shortcomings of
his administration." t
He said the President "per
sonally responsible" for the acts of
his appointees m the administra
tion as well as his own action.
t!e7 Kobbo Chaplain
Is 1st LI. McMinn
Chanlain (1st Lt.) Thomas L. Mc,
Minn, a West Point graduate who
resigned his commission to study
fot the ministry is the new Protes
tant chaplain at Fort Kobbe.
Chaplain McMinn replaces
Chaplain (1st Lt) Merrit W. Day-
ion, wno inis weeK assumes nis
new post on the Atlantic side at
Forth Sherman. Chaplain Dayton
began the "Inspiration PI e a s a"
program.- "-.-: -.-..
The Chaplain and his wife Mar
tha are from Alabama. They have
three children, Tom, nine years
old; Cynthia, six; and Timothy,
who is five. r.
Chaplain McMinn .is also a
graduate of the Airbone Infantry
School.
Upon resigning hisRegular
Army commission he studied for
the ministry, completing, his semi seminary
nary seminary work at she Candler School
of Theology, Emory University.
Chaplin McMinn is an ; ordained
mintiier of the Methodist Church.
Drive Totals
Weeks To Go
both administrative
ind research
purposes.
The 70 per cent retained fot the
Canal Zone Cancer Society is used
for the relief of all those afflicted
with the disease and also for ad administrative
ministrative administrative purposes. i
All the money donated to the
Community Chest remains in the
Zone. The money is given to agen
ciesvovared by the Community
Chest to be spent on activities anl
organizations connectd with
Canal Zone citizens. ;
The Red Cross organization here
in me lanai zones Keeps 68 per
rem oi uie money given to tbem
coa me rest is sent to national
neaoquarters in Washington D. C.
With the 68 per cent the local
Red Cross pays the expenses for
nome services, communications,
first aid and water saftey prog
rams fot both hospital work and
the blood program, and for Junior
ilea cross in toe schools.
At national headauartera i a
Washington, the monev is used tn
defray the expenses ofthe Natio National
nal National Red Cross operations all over
the world. These include finan financial
cial financial assistance to men on emer emergency
gency emergency leave, communications,
and all the services the Red
Cross offers to all the servicemen
stationed throughout the world.

"Let the people

31st TEAR
Meany To
Stevenson
WASHINGTON. Sent! 22 (UP I

AFL-CIO. President George Meany most part today, holdnig- a few,
said today after a conference with conferences with aides and sup sup-Adlai
Adlai sup-Adlai E. Stevenson that he will porters. He also scheduled a visit

"do what I can" to help the Dem-Jto
ocratic presidential candidate win
tk aj'nuamha nlaAtinn
Meany, who. described Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson as vvery. confident,", said he
will make speeches for the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic ticket from time to .time.
While they will not be under "po "political
litical "political auspices," he said, they
will have 'a political tinge, I
suppose." ,.? A. ;,,
He declined to reveal details of
his talk with Stevenson.. But he
said labor legislation wa$ not dis
cussed.
Stovonson will make an all-out
bid for the Midwest farm vet
tomorrow with a major 'speech
at the Newton, la., N a t i o n a I
Plowing Contest. It will be his
first stop en a f-day 7,5t0 mile
tour of the South and Midwest.
Vagrancy was. the charge a a-a'mst
a'mst a-a'mst Raphael Armaqd, 43, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, found without legitimate
business in Paralso. He was sen
tenced yesterday in Balboa Magis Magis-trate'i
trate'i Magis-trate'i Court to spend, five days ui
: l or loitering s arouna uir
ferrv Mmo. Herbert St. Louis24,
Panamanian, was fined $15; Jorgj
Avid Pinzon, 22, Panamanian, get
off with $10. :-
Tot having no warning aeviccs
aboard his truck, Proculo Antonio
Zevallos, 31,' Panamanian,
ceived a $10 fine, P'us another splO
for iailura to Answer .a citauon to
appear;- ;..'-.' ''.
. Joaqin Javier Camargo, 39, Pana Pana-maninn,
maninn, Pana-maninn, recived two fines, one
for $10 for driving a pickup trucj
which had no muffler, and an ad additional
ditional additional $10 for failure to answer
a citation, as he had promised.
Louir Alberto Henry, 37, Pana Pana-mains,
mains, Pana-mains, fined $5 for' having no
windshield sticker, likewise receiv j
ed a $10 fine for failure to answer
a citation ,
East Coast Hot Hit
Yet Vilh Humane
Season Half Over
WASHINGTON. Sept. 22 (U
Don't look now, but the Eail
Coast has 'gotten half ay througi
the hurricane season without get
ting hit :.-. -v '-s---
There- Is no assurance that -one
or more of the big storms wont
wallop the mainland before the
season is over. But. weathermen
think ; there is a pretty good
chance this will be the first
hurricane-less year since 1939.
Three of the tropical blows
raked the Atlantic seaboard last
year and four came ashore in
1954. Thus far this year, only two
have been : spawned and,. both
missed the coastline. f V
The main reason generally giv given
en given for this year's quiet is K shift
in upper-air wind patterns. The
"westerlies" are blowing their
easterly course at a latitude .far
ther south than in the past two
years.;.;; i
Anna and Betsy have been the
only full-blown storms to date
Three more tropical storms won
hurricane name tags Carta, Dora
and Ethel when they threatened
to be hurricanes, but they never
made the grade.
. Anna was lust barely a' hurri
cane and went to Mexico.
Betsy was a full-blown killer
and spun a course through the
Lesser Antilles and Puerto Rico
and on up the; East Coast about
200 miles off shore, missing the
United States. In her. wake she
left more than 30 dead and about
20 million dollars in damage.
'Deep Freezers'
Will Vote, Too
WASHINGTON," Sept 22 (UP)
Members of Operation Deep
Freeze" in the south Polar waste
lands win be able to vote in the
November elections. :
The Defense Department said
absentee ballots for the 166 ex expedition
pedition expedition members will be : flown
there by special air courier about
Oct 15. It said arrangements
have been made to obtain, the
ballots from the 39 secretaries of
states concerned.
The ballots will v be Teturned
about Nov. 1 to the "U.S. Embassy
in New Zealand, .which will dis
patch them to tha various secret
taries of state.

Th!l l;

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Judge's Bench l i

know tht truth and the eountry is ae Abraham Hncoln.

PANAMA, R. P,' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1958

Bsclcj AdlailActively, That ( Is;! !!

Off Qii
Stevenson look it-easy for the
local Stevenson-for president
headquarters and worked on bis
Newton speech. -. 1
Signifying the weight both par parties
ties parties attach to the Midwest farm farmer,
er, farmer, President Eisenhower), visited
the plowing contest today. Repub
licans oeiieved that recent rises m
farm prices will help them hold
the farm vote- this year.
Living Cost Drops
Durinj Lasf jionlh
1st Dip In Months
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 (UPV (UPV-The,
The, (UPV-The, government reported todsy
that the cost of living dropped
slightly In August for the first
time in 7 months, due almost
solely lo lower prices for fresh
fruits, and vegetables.
. The 'Bureau of Labor Statistics
also said that factory workers
take-home, .pay rose to a, record
high. The-average worker-with a
wife and, 2 children took) home
$73.0$ per weeje. The bureau said
it bought more' than in any previ
ous August, r f.- :
The bureau's consumer price in
dex .showed that living .costs ih
August dropped two-tenths of one
per cent below the all-time high
set, ip July.' The August index,
stood at 116.4, i using ', average
1947-49 prices as a base m. 100.
Consumer prices had not
dropped .'since last January. Thev
- ,he!d steady in February; but had
iiicreasel each month since. Bu
reau Director Ewan Clague said
It was too difficult to say now
what they will do in September.,
The August drop will not reduce
the pay of workers .whose wages
are tied to the price index. The
wage tie-ins are calculated on a
3 months basis and the net change
in the; past 3 months has been
upwards. ;.
. Tht .August index, reflecting the
garden harvest season, showed
lower fresh fruit and vegetable
prices in all cities covered by the
bureau a survey. .They offset in
creases in such other dinner table
staples as meat, dairy product
ana oread. : ;
Other items which rose during
the month included coal, gas, used
and new cars, gasoline and motor
oil, shoes, medical care and other
services. There were reductions in
average prices of house funTish
ings because of lower appliance
prices and August 'white sales'
of such goods as linen. Rents held!
at the July level
DC Prfcci?:! Says
Ayck;3 l!::ro IQ
Lower Th:n Vfc;!a'
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WASHINGTON, Sept1 22 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A local hiah school principal told
House investigators today that
some Negro honor students failed
in their studies after transferring
to the previously all-white school.!
Cedric Reynolds, principal of
Calvin Coolidge High School, said
the average Negro who enrolled
there after the Capital integrated
its schools was 'not as proficient
as we would like."
He said the average student at
Calvin Coolidge had an I.Q. of
U0 but that the average among
Negro students added to the
school roster during the past two
'.years has been: 92.5. .... :
Reynolds test if let! before a
House subcommittee investigating
what has happened in District of
Columbia schools since white and
Negro students were mingled in
compaliance with the Supreme
Court s anti-segregation decision,
The hearings are being conduct-
ed by three Southern members
the six-man fcrouo. Two others
are campaigning and the sixth Is
not seeking reelection.
neynoids said his school naa.an
enrollment of 1,280 students fast
year,; including .20 Negroes. This
year, he said,, there are between
80 and 85 Negroes.'
He said eight of the 20 Negro
students successfully completed
their work last year but 12 failed
two or more subjects. Some of
those who failed had been honor
students at all-Negro schools be
fore integration he said.
Contrary to previous testimony
by other school officials. Reynolds
said his school hss had o discip
linary nroblems 'whatsoever
since integration. k He also sail
them hava K.en nn instance -nf
sex offwi nr ataalinff.
"t'l'm proud tA say that my slu.
dents Jn 4vrnHnnllv well." ha

said.).

Democrats are Just as confident
that they can repeat 1948 and reap
votes from what they, consider!
farmer discontent with the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower farm' policies., Sen. Estes
Kefauver,1 vice presidential candi candidate,'
date,' candidate,' has beens hitting hard on the
farm ;issue.-, ;

The Democrats alio feel that
the South is' firmly in their col-'
umn. But they are taking no
chancel. On his current tour,
Stevenson will speak at such
pointa as New Orleans, Miami,
and Jacksonville. He already
has campaigned m northern Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, -v S S
Four years ago. .the Demo-'
crats lost Jour Southern- states
Virginia,, Florida, Tennessee and
iexas. '.
After speaking at Newton to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Stevenson will, flv to
Denver, staying there through
Little League
Boys 11 Girls 8
Nineteen babies, including a set
of Jv twins were born at Coco
Solo rospital during the week end
ing at. midnight Sept. 19, according
to the regular hospital report. The
parents of the twin boys were Mr.
and Mrs, Lawrence Jardine, of Co-
During the same period, 98 patients-
were admitted and 69 wer
discharged.
T .w-e 1 -n t' t f ''!)!
i T .-' : -, p
( -i i 4 j. a. j. -
Cr.ie'f, of Coco i son; ..t
aud sirs. Weri,,eii tf.non, of luar-
rrits, daurhler; ADC and Mrs
Llmer Schwictenburg, of Coco So So-W
W So-W daughter: MR-1 and Mrs.; Fred
Newcomb, of Coco Jiolito, daugn-i
ter: Pvt. and Mrs. Geralo Foster,;
of Coco Solito, son; SH-3 and Mrs.
Joseph Conard. of Coco Solito. son:1
Lt. (jgi and Mrs. Robert Thomas,
of Coco Solo, daughter; AMC and
Mrs. Pale Stuart, of Coco Solo,
son; and SP-2 and Mrs. George
Benefield,' of Coco Solito, son.
Bah'es were born to: the follow:
ing parents of Panamanian nation nationality:
ality: nationality: Mr, and Mrs. Ulric Monre,
of Colon, son; Mr. and Mrs. Har
mund Cockbum, of Colon, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; Mr. and Mrs,-Juan Valencia,
of Colun, daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Carson, of Colon, daujchJ
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, of Colon, son; Mr.;and Mrs.
Silvano Batista, Rainbow City,
son; and Mr. and Mrs. Stafford
Sc antic burn, of Colon, son.

IU(. 0. Executes Visit hrzzi

J
Sept. 22. (PA-C) Messrs. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Kramer arhi Michael Havas,
Foreign Sales Manager and Su Supervisor
pervisor Supervisor for Latin America, res respectively,
pectively, respectively, of R. K. O. RADIO
CTUIiES. arrived in Panama
V
The arrival in Panama of
these distinguished personalities
of the film world, is the first
lap of a trip which will take
these gentlemen to all the La Latin
tin Latin American countries.
, The visit of Messrs. KRAMER
and HAVAS. is for the purpose
of studying on the ground, the
present situatloif in connection
with the film business In our
countries and Is besides with
the object of announcing the
product which R. K. p. .will re release
lease release in 1957. R. K. O.. under
new manazement, has been
working diligently, In order to
be able to offer a solid and se select
lect select eroun of pictures during
th rnmlnir season.
I In according with recent
studio news. R. K. O. plans to
release during the coming year

a group of no less than 30 pic

fTVE CENT3

Sunday. Monday he will go to Tul
sa, Okla., and then to Oklahoma
City for a speech at the state fair
grounds. :-
Tuesday be will be m Little
Rock, Ark., New Orleans, and
Miami. Wednesday will find him
in Jacksonville, Fla., and Kansas
City, Mo.; Thursday in St. Louis;
Friday in Indianapolis and M i 1 1-wauket
wauket 1-wauket He Will spend Saturday in
Minneapolis before returning to ;
Washington, or possibly Chicaio.
Sunday. '
Collcga To 0II:r
Child Dsyc!:::,::.!
T
Course On Oct. 4
Designed especially to help par parents
ents parents of young children, a new eve evening
ning evening extension course in child de development
velopment development is being offered this
year a( the Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege in Balbof.
. Because the child's first three
years of life are important in his
later personality development, the
course will stress this period but
will also follow a youngters
growth through the adolescent pe period.
riod. period. Topics- to be discussed 'will con concern
cern concern heredity and environment.
the prenatal period, body growth.)
i t : i j I
oasic neeus, emoiiunai ueveiup- i
ment, learning, preschool year,
family influences during childHon,
success in school, r-" s t -'
trsrep'', r i, i -!, -.
fl.ifnfv en.' A i ..
i:.e c!fs will meet Lout 6:30 to
8;2U on Thursday and will offer
two units of college credit. The
first class will meet on Oct. 4 and
registrations may be made then.
Defense Course
v To Opeh In CZ
A Civil Defense First Aid Courser
for all residents of Diablo Heights
will start at 9 a.m. September 25,
at the quarters of Instructor James
L. Phillips, House 5754, A. Diablo.
The course will consist of six two two-hour
hour two-hour classes,:
These participating are request requested
ed requested tO report to House 5754 A
Diablo Heights on September 25 at
9 a.m. The schedule of succeeding
dates will be announced at the
first session by Mr. Phillips. Those
wishing to attend this course
should contact Mrs. W. B. Perry
at Balboa 3290.
tures, all filmed h accordant
with the very latest product! i
techniques, including Cinen i i-Scope
Scope i-Scope and RKO-SCOPE. t; e
greater part of these films be;.; ;
in technicolor:
Each and every one of the. s
pictures -has been carefully pre prepared;
pared; prepared; their stories were srlrrt srlrrt-ed
ed srlrrt-ed with the utmost pains, the
stars and supporting' players cf
these productions are those no v
at the peak of their popularity
and their directors are the nv
capable men in the motion pic picture
ture picture industry.' It Is announrr 1
that the picture "OKLAHOMA"
the brilliant and most outstar
Ing musical hit by Rodgers ar 1
Hammerstein, with Gordon r
Rae, Gloria Grahame and Shir
ley Jones In the leading roi
n Cinemascope and Tech i i-color,
color, i-color, will head the list f
R. K. O, supers for 1957.
' Upon welcoming Messrs. KT '-MER
MER '-MER and HAVAS to our n
we wish 'them '.a very r;"'
stay and success during t..e x
of their trip. ;

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