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A ' "Let the people know the-truthand the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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Cold Shoulder ip frmnn W n fffl g nn(gl :
For Red Jeeler UKd ) W U O U LUJ U b.
Moulder a Soviet T feeler or, top-leTel blf four vem! erenc.
cut feeler durinr a new conference hero jesterdayw
"The lovlet f overnment fawrs any eonrtruetlre dlMrm dlMrm-mcnt
mcnt dlMrm-mcnt measures and takes a view that they ahould.b Mm-
ined at the highest leTels," he said, ; .
T Western sources saw KusnetsoT's remarks a a bid for a
newmeetinr at the summit of the United States, Great
KhSFxbSs-'1'- Tho western powers haw
been cold to prevloaa feelers from Moscow and sources said
the Uned States is not likely cbanre Its position at this
-"kusiuUov also said he Twlleved I rlsit to Washinf ton by
Sorkt Defense Minister Georri Zhakor miht prove nseful.
But he added ho knew of no likeUhood that any aneb visit
m,He1sa,idUthat '"m fariis I know, no Invitation has been -T,
tended and no tiesotiations are in progress. .but I consider
that sucfc? a visit would be useful" ia easing world tensions.
Disarmament, which may prove to be the majer topic of,
discussion at the-Utb general assembly,
stafce Monday with the meeting of the V.N. Disarmament
Gatun Lake level crept over the
83-ioot elevation yesterday morn morning
ing morning for the first time aince last
April 13. During this period a ha'
set a record for low Tiwter in four
111 Madden Lak which ha'
.Hu.uv for the oast two
weeks was reported Friday o be
the 215.81-toot eirvBuwi.
atjont 20 feet below
-1 -t this t.'"1"
. us nor in
i o'clock. Friday morng,' restric restric-v
v restric-v tions r.n draft Un... lorisjtor er er-l;
l; er-l; tain big ships using the t
4 will only be lifted on n jndjvidual
( vessel basis unta,lherri i v some
indication tnat the; lite, level toll
: continue. td ,rise,t or ,at, least toll
; not again drop below 3 feet this
' rainy season; The ('announcement
: that restrictions imposed severs
'weeks ago when the ylaV" J r-level
, dropped to 82 feet wiUeemppr wiUeemppr-)
) wiUeemppr-) arily confined was -nade- at ;r the
I office of the Msrine, Director,
' Although Gatun Lake'n M
.t U till two- feet- under
. rm.t ivt at this time of
the year. It wiU require -four feet
: more of water before the rtlnv
season ends to bring HUip toift
m aximum operating le.vej of 8T
feet to which it js normally filled
' everv year before the dry -season
begins. ' i
3 1!:u$o Ccmn-.-lces
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WASHINGTON. Sept. 28 (UP) (UP)-'
' (UP)-' Three separate ,congreional
committeer have tau"
cations to determine whetheffjhe
f... t;.M n.mrtment is being
;j run efficiently, it was learned
. t... .1 hi Wimiiriei aDDear to
be a direct result of the stormy
i.in. u Mav in which
n..r .... danonl Arthur
. e.imMWiftli1) threatened to CUt
back mail service unless Congress
.....J tr fundi "!'- i
J Summerfield won his budget
fight, but left a reservoir of iu
i feeling on Capitol HilL Some De
. .......J kirn -nt DOOf 10
ministration, and criticized iiim
for "blackiackiag". -Congress.
. Ttibw availed hi Ucbcs as ar
;- Congress." .- - '- :'
' The mam Isquiry Into postal
, operations is; being conducted Dy
' the special investigating itaff of
" the House Appropriations Commit Committee
tee Committee which was Summerfield s
.ln .nt.onnifit last SDring. Tne
.m U to find out if the depart
ment is being conducted economi-
icaly and efficiently.
k iimifar Investirstion is being
conducted by staff investigators
for the Houte Government Oper-
The largest number of investi investi-assigned
assigned investi-assigned to the de
partment by the Appropriations
Committee. .- ; .- ."
Arcordin? to" reports reaching
rsnjinl Hi'J. Summerfield's top
aiJes already have displayed
nma Irritation over tha number
of investigators checking over de-i
partment books. , ;
The third Inquiry is being co co-e
e co-e !ctrd bv the sta of the Hourt
Tc. Office Committee. It is de de-;
; de-; imbed h sla f Hes as "more
cf a rfuline check than an invesu invesu-I
I invesu-I n-
434 Allanlic Side
Adulfs Gbt Shots
To Prevent Polio
Second in tho lerles t of three
injections required for immuni immunization
zation immunization against poliomyelitis were
fiven Thursday to 434 employes
at a temporary vaccinawun sm sm-finniaet
finniaet sm-finniaet nn in; the. Industrial
Area? first aid station at Mount
' At, the -am time first injec injections
tions injections were givn to 70 employes,
the Health .Bureau announced..
"The- vaccinations, were given
under the direction of Dr. Bru Bruno
no Bruno Eisen, Superintendent of the
Coto solo Hospital, assisted by
Mrs. Nellie Humphreys, j. Indus
trial pivislon first aid nurse aM
.j v i ... t.,.aia.4..rZt(iie
Sniwul liUii.e.-' r-" v
o. 'so on hud were two clerks,
Giin.a War and Carmen Bierr
bach and Ivtrs. Euth Tuller,
Cristobal Gray Lady. w
eirlj JH By im
LcuYO Gorc3$; I!a
Chirps Arc Filed
-4 f. "-J Jt.
Two Utile girls" who were hurt
in accidents .earlier this week
have beeii released i from vthe'
hrwnit.nl it wa learned todky
k Theyv ar Donna de Veau; of
WilUamson Place in B9-lboa, and
Dolores Leslie of.Paraiso,
F.acH had een struck down
hv -automobiles on T u Iday
when they i darted out from be
hind busses into oncoming cars.
PoMce have niea no cnarges
to date against either of the two
drivers.' John c.--Aaams ana
M-Sirt. Steohen Wlehe.,
Of the two. DOiores was more
seriously injured. She had beenj
reported- suffering from a f rac
tnred thieh bortev -l '".''.V
received multlole abra
sions on both cheeks; a anouiaer
and knee. t '-- .'.,.;;
" r.J'. ,l
troop Use Forced
By DemQ Bigwigs
' BENNETTSVILLE, S.' C (UPj-
Jaraes r Bymes ssid toaay rres-
ident Eisenhower wss goaaea oj
t.iint from the Democratic high
command into ordering troops to
force segregation ot central man
School at Litue-noes,, atk. i
; Byrnes, former V. S. Supreme
Court Justice and' ex -governor of
South Carolina called for southern,
leaders to forget political differ differences
ences differences and "orgasixe for a limUn
ed South." '-
He did not flatly call for a third
party hi the 1960 presidential elec election,
tion, election, but -aaid no man south of
the Potomac will be Disced on the
ticket of either party.-unless be
is willing to betrsy his people.
Byrnes, who supported Eisen
hower, in 1952 but voted the Sou1j
Carolina Jndependent ncsei in office prouch, had his head ounea
charged the President was Vgosd-tj,, t newspsper when suddenly,
ed" Into- sending troops to Little from u,e papery depths, .he begsa
Rock hv the "high command ofjelping in anguish.
the Jsatimiil Democratic Party. Mf -wh don't they leave w
He said th Democratic adersloBe?" be screamed. "Why do"l
"ssw the chsnce tor ponucs
and "denounced President Eisen
hower for not taking more force-iiJbure
.y-tiMTS frr hi nic(me with! "Wmr
ful action" after his et'Te with
arV.no Cav. Orvst Faubus.
"Evidently this rngmened tne
attorney generaL. Mr. Browneu,
who U reputed, U be the master
strategist in aa efforts u eomro
the Negro, votes
atatei.' Bvrnes said.
Goded bv thi Dereocrstic at-j
tek. th President snd Mr.,
Brownell had to take wore dras drastic
tic drastic action in order hold the vot
ers of these minority groups."
I a , 1 . .. 1 1 'i .wwpwwp'p'' 1--, 1 f f f r ii' I.
f LiTTie KO.CK
mzmrsr. for COVER A
SSSiMd teenager who 'apparently had boon a
. m. hMv vara m
, PORTRAIT PRINCE. Haiti, Sept.
'28FOJPWThe! tnibtary' govern-
' ment junta yesiejo.y
martial'- law wrwuBn"u
the aftermf'B v an tortajw
. At sam time tht- Junta aa
riotmced the deportauou w
supporting the '-strwe-'
"GasoUne1. station owner-Nasser
Haloun,5 a a 1 1 y e syrn,
Rene" KeSswit Putch emplo
the Ubeille tookstore;- ware ware-pelledTon
pelledTon ware-pelledTon the" grounds ofubvert ofubvert-Ing
Ing ofubvert-Ing public t order through theur
A police : spokesman-Aiaid the
Haitl. manage. (; thoAmeric.n-
owned' J. neiias s xie "V. 7,
..-rrirmiid be tried Immediately
for refusing to open the store yes-
that it was unlikely that, kbsentee
America! owners -oi ae
would be 'held responsible, for we
scUons their Haitiaa manageA
k.. h.f,h final decision' would
be up'- to the general attorney
ttni.r decree '-Issuea bf the
iimtai shortly after it took .power
by a oup last June, foreign.mer foreign.mer-"LZu
"LZu foreign.mer-"LZu r .i?T nart in strikes are
li.hu itu- confiscation .' of ;, their
properties, fines and deportation
Gen.. Antonio Kebreau. head M
the Junta, announced .a 10 p.m.
,CUuNliH4hnii!a1lv ha! been under
. nt aieire. or. modified mar
tial law, since the Junta took over
on June is. nowev ,4 i'""'"
tion of martial : law -is a more
drastic; step, meaning t suspension
of all constitutional guarantee
and outright military ruie., :
The latest development. In the
trouble-ridden country .stemmed
from last Sundsy's presidential
election, ia- which Dr. Francois
Takes You Around
DID YOU KNOW that
..e tm Vta
fEW YORK (UP Wilbur, our
(tbry gtt out of. our livesr
- ) whatever is bothering you now.
"Womanpower, said wudw.
l"Tk thinkers ia Washingtoa are
thinking aoeut womaapower,
ecretary of lahor mvs, ana
there I quote, ne ssys. -ine iu,ure
of onr economy arpr.u,
womanpOWer XO axv..er r6.
jtaaa ever Del ore, ana nrre i
Womanpower? wHat does tnat j
mean? ; I WlIour wadded up
u. i. ,niin aaid WilbuTJaDd hurled it scroM
"sbout working gsls the fsmsle.naxowiy snissiBf
NeKro'youth' trlgiit) runs for 'safety as a iang of -white-boys pursue lilm down'a'street ner Cen Cen-i
i Cen-i one 'of two Negroes knocked down and chased by -the gang Tuesday, Soldiers on duty in tht are
Duvallier appeared la- hava been
Duy allien opponent; n o r m r
sn Tiin Tini charted. how?
ever, that the Junta meed' .the
d ai.r ah in iifnr nr. uiiva uki" iuu
. .r ., . n... ii: ..-J
Uinil UCIC Oil, ITIUC'""
Dejoie said he would contest pu-
vailier s eiecuon oy- au possinie
Tha tentuecesshfl sttemnt to or
ganize another of tht political
strikes which toppled four pro provisions!
visions! provisions! government in nine
months was attributed to Dejoie's
supporters.;; .? ..?r
. n ii n i il l i
ATomcrasT' SITBa Ver.
Sept 28 (UP) A Atomic test ahotJ
"Charleston, rent the western
sky arly today with a rumbling
blast heard 150 niles away..
The bright eVange fire-ball
momentarily lighted up Las Ve Ve-aas,
aas, Ve-aas, about 90 mile to the south,
"like day,' and silhouetted, the
11,910-foot 'r desert peak !,Jrom
which' newsmen, watcnea.
Laboratory' technicians- liad
said it was likely it-1 would be
"above nominal.'' OT over the es
timated strength of world War
TT atom- bombs .unleashed over
Japan; But the A EC also haa
r m I A 1 a uni. 1-1..
announcea earner xnat vnaricj vnaricj-ton
ton vnaricj-ton had s wide rajige of possi)
ble yields and it couldbe abofc
or below nominal power,
- . '.
It was the 23rd device' of the
AEC's summer aeries. -It was
touched off at-6 a.m. and the
experiment was designed by the
University of California's Liver Liver-more
more Liver-more Laboratory. A bright or orange
ange orange fireball rose to about 35, 35,-000
000 35,-000 feet, and winds quickly be began
gan began 'to tear the cloud apart.
Tne Iiasn wu seen in lajm aji
eelei and in San rrancisco. ai
aria and AVrKE
ann xnn more ui-n
al a. tk. B KlaT Ihua
will be women.
S nr. persooi "entib.ving coffee break together
thfu workCTorceHr Wl 'Buildoxers,, Ue poles
. ,-! inivi ana v ner irmi e icvini,iwu,.
-1 ,m hia. The nrsident!BfWa al the letters snd read 'em
fthe VJS: Chamber of Commerte
c UX Chamber of Commerte
III! IUC umpvwu r",v"
. M.MM.f m i n rt
evrUhat means probsbly will
bring women's wages cp even mta
mes s. He. says long MSaig.arv m i"-;
taboos sgaiast female executives
i wm u wipcu
CrV ir bU id
..Vuw -Ll!r4 th. artarv wati
in r j
ringleader in th. attack.
IKE RIDES tNDER THE WAVES --- Tresldent JEjesnhower
seems to enjoy the view through tne periscope during his brier
' under water cruise aboard the atomic-powered submarine Sea-.
wolf off the New England coast. The submarine .tookthe Prts-
. 'r' ident to a depth of oO feet. y
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LittmRock mothers brqup
To Tlsfc Closing Of School
LITTLE ROCK, ArK, oepi. Ji
(UP) A leading woman segre-
oarJnrtlaa aaid 'hundreds ;' OI
women, advised her they would
march with, her to Gov. Orvai E.
Faubus' : mansion today ..to ask
him to close integrated Little
Rock High SchooL. i
Mrs. Margaret Jackson, we
president of the Central High
Mothers' League, said her organ organization,
ization, organization, --wants to close Central
until "thing ool off." i
She said she worft let her 15
and 16-year-old daughters go
until paratroopers guarding the
school are pulled out by ,the
Federal government ..
The women's marcn was maae
, r minni .ill
was a nosslbility ne
ToBack Seat Drive Fire Trucks
. i t
I W II Si I BJt I VI ui Cj X al.
f'ttWia miuniCBf laavcr
L "TTrr ..iH-'t iia tat Thev'd
in tne swux comp
letion of their
inMiHH r 0 H w l
s. Train engm-
jeers, msyoe:. "'-'
V"7.? .1 v!" wl
of. s brave broad
tThesThe began puffing -like aa
liometive. The female
and the secretary watched him
nervously. u .
'"Womea Santa ClsnseiT Ho, be,
Wilbur, his eyes strangely slight.
'They'll nTer get that jobthey
,.t. S .V
m "r... -7A: Wa
-Taubus told Mrs. Edna Howe
of the Hot
Record lie had "talked casually'
with attorneys about injunction
a'"fcii'i r 'J -' it-
wnen Mrs. aowe msaea mm - v
bout recent; rumors that be graham Tfillf LrflVO
might call a special session. ofViailfllll ICIIJ UUHU
v,. ... T-lalatnr to deal '' .''":
with the school situation, Faubus!
said -although there's a possl-
bllitv I have no such plans at persons .weanesasy mgnt mai
rnvBsentt'. V' he doubted whether "any of us
Lawmakers have urged Faubus : have the right to pot ajielf;
to aummon the special ..aennghteou, finger at LittJ. Rock
to take away, stau fundi from.
expect w ciose S, Z
wu integrated Wednesday by
troops or tne loisr Airoorpe vi-
MM.ljtnt 4j9 Ia a-ivat
A crattj look ... ihu f.cj.
thai thin. The Uk
steering the rear end of the
tffrrSa? Jr. VZSilhSk.vWc rallies ii. the suburb, of fJZi out ad the vehicle, tVa
l?Vrr Ah halSai But! York and a follow-op '2fiS by buTleU a-d set afire.
TltJ hlZ-H?. Grshsm's M-week Madisoa Squre," J the four railway tru-fc
atwLa aaT tkMn fwai aHafctXei mW wm snaT
hats, wouldn't you dearie?"
He addressed the question to the
two women., They Just stared.
He paused, frowned, and then
r perfect jebJNat. Day Of Prayer
bums. It's a field they
hiTat Tt invaded. The reneral
Vh f hAha. De tm sfree?
'The two working lades eoukl
not aaswer4They and Ce4
On State Govti
NEWPORT, R.I., Sept. 28 (UP) President Eisen. ;;
hower todoy accused the state administration in Arkan- ;
sas of having encouraged mob violence in the Little Rolt :
school case: ....
The President spoke out on the school integratrofi
problem in Little Rock through a telegram to Sen. Richard i
B. Russell (D-Ga.) Russell wired the President yestirday
protesting what he called "strong-armed, totalitarian a.
..i:,. .f.f iiatkn4 heinn emnloved at Little Rock.
Ruell comoared the presence and activity of the
101st 'Airborne Division paratroopers guarding Central
High School in Little Rock with "Hitler's storm troopers.
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FBI Chief Denies
WASHINGTON. Sept. 2S (UP-
ni.i..f, X F.rivar Hoover 01 inc.
r.rf.r.l Hnrr.u Of luveausaviun
.Tiirval E. Eaubus to-
dav or TOifnvinaiig
.... 1 iticnmmunicaQO
unite voca ; y i
in a snarniy-woroea
Hoover ssid the Arkansss gov governor's
ernor's governor's charge wss as ''ffUe
his recent statement that toevJTBI
tapped his telephone." ..
FSubus SS10 in a naiionwiae tel television
evision television speech that "1 i t e r a U y
swsrms of FBI agents have been
operating" in Little Rock during
the school integration crisis.. ..
- "Teen-age schoolgirls have "been
taken by the FBI and held in-
1 1- U...H .4 MM...
commuuicauw iui ouuia ui m4
tioning 'While their frantic parents
knew nothing of their whereabouts,"-the
Hoover retorted that ''no teen teenager
ager teenager nr anyone else has been held
incommunicado by the FBI for
hours of questioning."
"We, of course, have talked to
ihiHontu inrludins those whose
whose names have been furnished
to us by Governor Fsubus' coun
sel, for the purpose of secunty
Tinfonnahoa with respect to pos
sible : violence the FBI chief
"Had governor Faubus been 1iwC'"VpK RlllTI T
rested in securing the truth rath- H. aUHI
terested In securing
er than disseminating falsehoods.
a telephone call to the Little Rock
office of the FBI or to me would
have provided him with the
Point l!o Fingers,
Jusf Obey The LaViV
V GARDEN CITY, -N.Y. (UPK
Evangehst Billy Grtranl told 10,-
'tnar lot aairf "l we don't have'
SVt "(racial) problem we have
- ttCbKt of almost equal import
." like Juvenile delinquency
hlr h t 1 0
Nh CtroUB. ,.id ne did BOt i,.
ooeaience ot ine jaw.
It is the duty of every Christ-
ian to obey, the law if it does not
involved a breach bf his relation-
ship with God," Graram said,
At the conclusion of his sermon
43T persons', recorded.' "decisions
.The meeting m the shopping
Jcenter parking field was the first j
W e wees wng senea ox a"-jBT
In C.Z. To Observe
MiliUry persoanel in the Canal
wtii KaimitA aa ma ni-
tioasl Day ef Pray,
te ae ebeerv-iand
The president obviously Wat
angered by the Russell telegranu
In his -reply, he implied strong strongly
ly strongly that the strife around Central
High school would never ', have
happened if the Arkanaai jja-
tional Guard under orders of
Gov. Orval E. Faubus had ben
'Tew times in my life have I i
felt as saddened as when the ob obligation
ligation obligation of my office required ma- "'
to Order the use of a force with V
in a staU to carry oat the rfet-
slons f a federal court, ..ien
hower wired Russell.
- M eonviction is that had
the police powers ef the state,
a.w... ntllixeiC net
to frustrate the orders of the ;,
eeart bat to support tnem, tne
ensuing violence and open dis disrespect
respect disrespect for the law and for the i' .'
Federal Judiciary would Beyer t
"The Arkansas National
Guard could have handled tne
situation with ease had it fceen
instructed to do so.?:; ym
In a rare burst of direct dis-
pleasure at a ; Senators Bison-
hAVMi IA TA rt KUSSC11 X inil-iu. -I
say that I complet- 1.
compreneno; your com. 'i t,
our troops to Hitler's
troopers.!' J j ;
in one case," the rr:
said, "mlUtary powe ws 1
to further the ambl' 1 f
purposes of a ruthlest ,.. r; f
in the other, to preserve t j
institutions, of free t --v j j-ment."
ment." j-ment." 1
Ivxmms AIRES. rt i
Violence broke out today
a 24 -hour.. nauoBwi j
'trtkers hattei Severs! :
.m.n hinei. rsked thenl w
4irm and hiirned them. A ut Zi
strike lesdera. and agife'ori were i
arrested, t ;;
. The huge Buenos" Airi f ?
ususly one of the world si t
wss almost pararxea.many
going ships were tied tip without
rsonnel to iosa or mwm ui.
the genersl strike wss, v
"i ene?"v- ..,,4- rlV:
l ine waiaout w r-
. ..i..inn n.nnt
on". tin diy. age
ruDDort demsnds for -emergen. ;
Cy" COSt Of UVing pay incrvaac..
the general strike to tie up aey. j
urban communications in the Bua -aos
Aires metropolitan area were
unsuccessful. 1 1
City-owned bus liaet said they
had succeeded in keeping some
mo buses in eoerstioa and that
th. .umber was increasing everv
(bout, u addition to hundreds of
Lnvately owned jitneys. These
j tr tmall buses earying about
jg psssengert e a e a, ineludiig
je'lft two Jitneys were hslted
be strikers, tneir passenferi
fines baking Buenos Aires w..i
the rest of the country announced,
they were able to scad out s nam
ber Of traias, after earlw dScul dScul-tics
tics dScul-tics this ssorniag, and that the
service tended to become norm a U
International eemmeroai r r-lines
lines r-lines operated nonnaly but ea ea-meatie
meatie ea-meatie air services were brwft
to a standstill, except tnose t i
Rosario, the aeu&try'i f
Ail aitum wr-wvm r.
THE PANAMA "AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPATEH
,..,., .B THB BAHAMA AMKRICAN MM, INC.
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g, HSm1 O 'MlWj
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VCAM. IN ADVMKB.
If i.w ru"
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4 taMs-l Sea it an epei. Vea'oWef Th Panama AmitaM.
r""!?5 eHbte a itttar aWI b. ln.patia.i tf it W
MM da. taffeta are publlih.d in the order rfca.vae'.
iSrorWHar trim i. h.M -H w pl)1,0Ill
TWs Mwapapar attunes o ratpomlbilitf far staNments ar epHilom
expressed M letters rrom mwn.
THE MAIL BOX
LASHINGS. IN THE LAGOON j,
Doyou sever go to'the movies?.. .and hV y? raft
SrtwIWtow po-iblj-wmo (rem th. ve. But .Itr lut
"Sels!" with this one proviso, Mr. Governor, that you make
me the Warden! .Cre;tue from the Gatun Lafoon
Blr:i would like to add something our ;PwSg
. ,, T, ,-. -lad aomebody had tte nerve to wnie in
jstt for 14 miBht do some
g0O(Wst of aU let's talk about smoking. Whoever said these
Sffifctta ssk rthgesed-g?s
Iwoeuld ftA up' 6 them Tf I were you. because some of your
a TttKtrnS orgirrarrwah
Jlxni ty St VLtm fools, or should say "sloppy
2l?ttlf fooS JeHnyglr" smoking,' ajidrujnng; profane; un un-'
' un-' wts'me Sck! aid I-thlnlc It w5ild .etnTWf.conscious
'on sick alsa These ars are not only -ruining their oar
ente? names, but arVturnSg Into tramps themselves. Well have
'k time kiddles, W.w.UjJ2.ii:
Hrvw riM von en OV that
to get Tuesday night, Sept. 24.
I? The Armed Forces Radio in New York put the game on
ttie air after the President's speech. Did we get it down here?
iTe This "bunch we have in CFN do not want sports on th air
'and they will do everything in their power to keep t off the
Air They would much rather give you Interludes .of. music or
put that trash ori the air that they call program, nywhere
. from six months to a year old. a
T I was always told the Armed Forces Radio was for the per per-aonnel
aonnel per-aonnel of the services. Maybe elsewhere, but not down in this
' part of the world. You have to take what they want to give
'tjon. Sports ran.:
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WASHINGTON (NEA) A big
boom J civilian private flying m
small aircrait is foreseen from
the U.S. Army's development of
planes tbat wlll'iiy "lower and
What Arm v Aviation -demands is
lighter planes, operating on short
er take-off ana landing runs witn
greater dependability in all weath weather.
er. weather. These are the very factors
that have, held back private fly flying.
ing. flying. i- i;.-i'""Iv''.:2,3!!,
By )960,' says Col. G.. P. Seneff
of Army Aviation's research and
development staf,, the Army hopes
to replace all aircraft it now has
in service with new and better e-
quipment. What the Army really
needs is an aerial jeep," he says.
' Today fixed-wine aricraft offer
to substitute for helicopters, even
if a vertical take-off and landing
are penectea.- -But
helicopters are hard to main.
tain in the field. The Army wants
jnoaei x ruggeaness and economy.
The first step here is to develop
small gas turbines of 55 to 500
horsepower. Only 800 and 1,500 h.
p. gas turbines are in existence
THI ARMY IS LOOKING first
tor a two-place helicopter t h a t
will halve the present 20,000-pound
weight empty and $700,000 cost.
Delivery of the first ixHiller
living platforms .will be made
soon. Ail are one-man units, What
Army wants is a platform to car
ry two men, one to piltt and one
10 oDserve. fe ;.; v
Next year the Army will start
getting its first Bell H-40 helicop helicop-eri,
eri, helicop-eri, powered by gas turbines.
This will be an aerial hot rod. It
will be canable of "ilmiv"
sky cavalry operations as troop
carrier, transport and light gun
by multiple remote control for ad advance
vance advance supply, are already in ex experimental
perimental experimental use. Having no pilot
to carry makes possible greater
cargo lift and greater safety.
AT THE Skin ft IP it. !;!. i
Six-year develnnmont nmiMn ;
1963, Army hopes to have a "fly-
" -v-.vj.Mrt .urn. mu
carry 12-ton loads for 50 miles.
in a second Army Aviation re research
search research program aimed at 1964-
1970. it is hnnf-ri in Hv-1n nn...
ventional fixed-wing aircraft which
... replace nencopters on many
..iosiuus. nmoag uicm: ..
. Multiwine .nl. n with aV.A4
r whlch mke
. u.u, Vi VIW
-i Liusea areas.
Tilt-winff nlin in n,k!.k 4k.
wing i vertical for take-off and
landing, shifting' "to horizontal for
Rotating rintnrm fi-U ..!
Ikf.51d 1nding, vertical In
flight. Unloaded rotors in which
rotors nrnviria (ha Tift
idled while conventional wing aur-
flu. ...... 1 i:. .
.v.a mu over, me lin, ana xor xor-ward
ward xor-ward thrust is provided by pro propellers.
pellers. propellers. Ducted fang,; for 'incrttased lift,
may provide the Army with a
whole new familv .i.k...
transport Vehicles.; .' v-
ONI UNIT UNQSP t.
. .m or; 1 1, 11
wnnlri rmwrw h tlHI.1..
i. Jii luissiie
MuiHvHii WOUld DC a Die to deli
ver us lire ana get out before be being
ing being clobbered itself, as a tank
Sui-h VaMnlaa 11 k.... V.
"ym ww lo De
b!e to fly only a few 'eet off the
kiduuu. uui mey wotid have
be ahfa (a lanH mm 4K .ij-
hill, then roll to the top on their
wueew, io as to raise nc
dust on the skyline and give them
An entirely new! aeries of elec electronics
tronics electronics Instruments and nvl.
tlAtl DM, will U .... u.
r e develop
ed for low-level flight. One idea is
i"inrra i. would take a
. ..y.iu ui wmjftv li c piine was
going, even in Jow risibility. This
picture or wnere tne plane was
on a cathode rag tube in the cock-
r- w ftie we puoi a map 01
wnai ne was Hying over.
Such a device, if perfected,
dous sid to private flyers caught
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TvwnnN Thera was a head-
Una the other day in Lord Beaver-
brook's Yankee baiting Express
which said: "Makajrios Gets Red
Carpet So Clever.But He Doesn't
Tell U.S. About EOKA Gangs."
AvereU Harnman io sieai a
hnrn with a silver foot
in his mouth, and whaW we need
Ireai bad right now is for Honest
j Ate, the Governor of New York,
to runner compucaie uv muuuie
that is the Middle East by offi-iu-
invitino- Arphhiahni. Makarios
to America as an honored guest.
We proceed witn tne idea mai u
anybody invites any controversial
character xo Amencaiv oaa wi
tail .iutma t
or thei Statj Department rwcOl
have Orval Faubus inviting Nas
ser to utue jkocx. ine premise is
the same. : ,';.v:
tuaii1 aKKlitsnt a mlirriaraH rtf a
great-many people Turks, Greeks
. Ha tha atnrm Pantar ttf all
the troubles in Cyprus. ;
a, fa M a i -SlAi Ti "L.
ne was exiiea oy tne jsriusn ior
fomenting1 trouble between the
(jrreeas ana uie lursB.!;- jjw
Tha nnKl. aa Tahiti a tprrnrlst
organization as the Mau Mau turn
ed uyprus imo a siaugnier-nouse
not, ; as me up service peopie
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Guests And Governors
By BOB RUARK
would nave it to free Cyprus of
British colonial Yule.
This was purely a scrap between
the Greeks and the Turks for com
mand, using the colonial question
as an excuse. It was, and possibly
still is a bloody business oi oomos,
assassinations apd terrorism.
If anybody has a claim to Cyp
rus, it's possiDiy tne jurts, a"a
our friend Harriman. whovan't
clean up the cops and streets and
juvenile delinquents of New York,
now heaves the catamonst the
pigeons by an international inter-
lerence whicn will certainly cause
our stout allies, the Turks, to find
cause to dislike u.;" '' "' -"
And I doubt very much if. it II
lmptpve; us-wnn tu' fcreeKs, ena-
er. -V 1'v,,:.--ii': v: -y
"Certainly it adds another nail to
the coffin of British dislike and
still another complication, in .the
Middle nasi. v t
Makarios is in new York for one
reason to show his flag before
the United Nations, creating an
impression that the Greeks are
noble, the British are beasts and
the Turks are fiends.
And this a man of God, alleged allegedly,
ly, allegedly, who is so stupid about interna international
tional international affairs that while he was in incarcerated
carcerated incarcerated in the Seychelles Is-
w: stral America's Leadinj-Jewelers
161 CENTRA! AVENUE, PAN AU
lsnds ia the Indian Ocean he grant'
ad an interview to a Journalist
friend of mine in which he said
that East Africa should be given
back to its rightful owners, the
Mau Mau.' v ; ..
M hiiHriv lent me the clln and
said marginallyk "This boy has
lost t my business." Because ,t the
Man Mau is not "a race or even a
tribe. It is a criminal cult.i like
MakariosVEOKA, devoted to mur murder
der murder terror, saidism, torture,', sex sex-ral
ral sex-ral perversion and general crrmin-
' Harrlmsn might as easUy have
InvitaH. Deri an Kemathl toexolain
the MausMau, point of viewbe-'
fore, or course, they hanged Ke Ke-matfuy
matfuy Ke-matfuy V4i; ' ...:'-r :' ':.
All nt thl I IvasIHa the nolnt.
The point is that no Governor of
any state in America has the right
to feed tne names oi iroumes
broad by singling out an agent
provocateur to be invited official officially
ly officially to visit the United States.;
Harriman hs never been noted
for much in the way of exception exceptional
al exceptional intelligence.;
He built' a diplomat's careef on
the unlimited millions of his fami family,
ly, family, his friendship on high as a re result
sult result of those millions, and his so social
cial social standing. V
How he eame to beGov'emor of
New York I cannot say, but it was
supposed to be a stepping block
to his candidacy for the Presiden Presidency
cy Presidency from which, thank God, we
were spsred by Adlai Stevenson's
persistence. I knew that -one day
we would have to be thankful to
Stevenson for something and that's
It Is little wonder, as I have
aaiH hofnfe that wa ara regarded
strangely abroad with a Mayor of
New York vetoing a Presidential
invitee on personal grounas ana
a (lnvtmnr nf Npw Vnrk afponinff
out of his Job to muddle himself
ia the touchy international scene.
All we need now is to recall
Charlie Chaplin and make him am ambassador
bassador ambassador to Russia if we can
squeeze him into a citizenship
and it'll make Just as much sense
as Honest Ave. the millionaire di
plomatist, is making at the mo-
WASHINGTON The House
subcommittee which has been in investigating
vestigating investigating the tobacco -" cancer
controversy will definitely crack
down on cigarette advertising, i
Chairman John Blatnik (.,
Minn.) has ordered the staff ito
draft a strong' report, scorching
the Federal Trade Commission for
Hm failure to nrotect the public
from harmful cigarette y aflvertis-
Blatnik rejected a proposed staff
report that simply, caned on v tne
FTC to consider the "scientific -vidence"
as to whether cigarettes
cause lung cancer.-. He sternly or ordered
dered ordered the staff to rewrite the rc-
nort and nut some teeth in .it.
Meanwhile, another ", committee
member. Coneresswoman Martha
Griffiths (D., Mich.), has asked
the radto-teJevision networks to
off-set their tobacco advertising by
tellintf the other side of the story.
She wrote identical leeters to the
four big networks, which mske
millions from cigarette commer
, "It is Tesoectfullv requested."
she wrote, ''that you authorize
public -service time on your net network
work network radio and TV for the U U-nited
nited U-nited States Public Health Serv
ice to present its findings io the
American public on tne reiauon
of smoking to lung cancer.'V
All excent the Mutual Board-
casting System turned her down
on the excuse that their news
programs had already covered the
public health findings. However,
Mrs. GriHitns Hasn't given up
She believes the network have a
duty to the public as well as to
their commercial sponsors.
Mrs. Griffiths believes Presi
dent Elsenhower himself should in
troduce Surgen General L e r 0 y
fBurney for a nation-wide rcjrt
to the public on cancer and cigar
' ' .','
s NEWS NUGGEtl
Pecketbeek pitsssure The White
House tried to bring financial
pressure on Gov. Orval Faubus to
settle the segregation, crisis in
Arkansas So confided Presidential
spokesman Jim Hagerty the other
day to friends, car witnesses
quote him as saying" the White
House counted on its big-business
connections to break Faubus' re
sistance. Here' how 'It was sup
posed to work! Ike'r Wall Street
friends would bear down on Ar
kansas businessmen who could in-
tiuence aunus.-H,.(f- V- '.
Mean er bust The Air "Force's
plan to shoot a research rocket
4,000 miles into space will be
preliminary, jump t o w ar d the
moivThe FoseVrbuilt; rocket wiftl
be lauaehad frenva nauoon wo
miles above niwetok atoll in the
Pacific By beefing up the: rocket
and using a larger balloon. Fen
tagon scientists hope to send the
rocket the full 239,000 miles to the
moon. They believe they can de
liver scientific instruments on the
moon by the end of next, year,
No pessimism allowed Secre
tary of State Dulles has hushed
up trouble-shooter Loy Henderson's
gloomy report on tne Middle East.
To disclose Henderson's findings,
Dulles told subordinates. would
only publicize Soviet success. The
public has a right to know, how
ever, what Henderson reported. He
warned that our three stanchest
allies in the Arab world Iraq.
Jordan and Lebanon are in grave
danger of being overthrown by the
Soviet-Syrian Egyptian under under-ground.
ground. under-ground. Unless the United States
acts urgently, he said; the west
will -wake up to find Russia firm
ly entrenched in the Middle East
in a position to choke off oil to
the west. --.;,., ';:" ,;
. Si AWAY' SAB0TAOI
The railroad lobby Is behind the
move to transfer the St. Lawrence
Seaway project from the Army
Engineers to the Commerce De
partment, This would permit Sec
retary of commerce Sinclair
Weeks, past director of the Pull
man Company, to set the shipping
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
New Orleans Service
YAQTJE"."'. ..J". .i ..... .Sept 28
-HIBUERAS" .....-.-. ..Oct S
"MORA Z AN -Oct It
"YAQLE" ., ..... ........Oct 19
"HIBUERAS- ......Oct Z
MORAZAN ...... '...;.,,,-..,..'. .......Nov. X
Alee Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service
"METAPAN" -Sept 31
-SAN JOSE" ......Oct
TIMON" .....Oct 14
-COMAYAGCA" ............J.. ....Oct II
Weekly sailings or twelve
York, New Orleans, Los
''-' -v - anu kcaiuc
. SPaXlAL BOUND TRIP PASSENGER FAXES ITtOM
... OUSTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: :
Te Mew York and Retura ..S24IJ
Te Lee Anrl and Saa Pranelsee and
Reternlnt trem Lee Anreles .- '. f??I.M
Te. Seattle and Rctara S3SS4S
What' the railroads hope to do
is sabotage the Seaway by 1 let letting
ting letting the tolls so high that shipping
companies can't afford to use it.
Then the railroads wouldn't have
to worry about cargo ships com competing
peting competing with freight trains along
the Seaway route.
Tha Ami F.noinppi-a .ara n ma
in the middle of constructing the
great canal. But the railroad lob lob-by
by lob-by is pulling strings with assist
ant president Sherman Adams to
transfer the project to the Com
merce Denartment before tha tnlla
are fixed, v
Adams has circulated a secret
memo among cabinet officers to
get tneus-views on me proposed
transfer, This has -touched off a
feud between weeks, wno favors
the move, .and Secretary of j the
Army Wilber Brucker, who is a-
The final outcome depends on
who can put the most pressure on
President Eisenhower, who didn't
even know what was going on un until
til until last week. ,.
' Note: The backstage wire-pulling
has been done chiefly by
Pennsylvania, New York Central,
and Baltimore and Ohio Railroads.
They fully expect: Weeks to do
their bidding if he ever gains con control
trol control of the Seaway. Not osly is
Weeks close to the railroad inter interests,
ests, interests, but the railroads have long
dominated the Commerce Depart
ment's Transportation Division
through the Chamber of Com Com-merce.
, ODDS AND ENDS
House judiciary Chairman Ema Emanuel
nuel Emanuel Celler (D., N.Y.) will hound
the Treasury Department for Cur Currency
rency Currency Comptroller Ray Gidney'i
resignation. Celler doesn't like the
way Gidney handles bank merg mergers.
ers. mergers. ..Morrison-Knudsen, the gi giant
ant giant construction eompshy, hopes
to bore a gigantic tunnel through
the Andes for the Venezuelan Gov Governments
ernments Governments The project may qualify-
as the eighth wonder of the
world. Morrison-Knudsen Is trying
to bluff competitors out of t h e
bidding by spreading the w o r d
that it has already sewed upt he
contract with Venezuezlan insiders
. . .The House antimonopoly re report,
port, report, charging antiturst violations
by, the big afrlines, may stir up
a legal hornet's nest. Several lit lit-tlevlises
tlevlises lit-tlevlises may file antiturst suits.
?A. J. Rome, representing' four
small airlines; is summing up the
House charges in formal complaint
which ne will submit to the Civil
Aeronautics" Board. y
V'x. sm k-pi i 4
' 'ft'-pHJgHOVIIt'- !'--V
-BENTON -HARBOR. Mich'. TUP)
Bud Ltyman learned the size of
a tiny German built ear can be
a disadvantage. Muscle bound
prsnksters tipped the 780 pound
car on its side after Layman
parked it m his driveway for tha
night f i v 1 v
. Draaanva '
and His Combo
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Across from the
E1 Panama" Hotel
passenger snips io new
Angeles, San Frsfldsco
- viNiMi antritinAN AM INDEPENDENT DAlLT-NEWSPATEB
!: :n u:r.maccs
On US Airlines
WASHINGTON," Sept; 2 (UP)--
Rep. Oren Harris iV-Ar- nas ae ae-nounred
nounred ae-nounred as "unjust" report by
the- House Anti-Trust subcommit-
tee accusing tle nation's airlines
o .monopolistic practices. - .
Harris, chairman of the House
Commerce Committee which han handles
dles handles aviation legislation, said in a
statement inserted in the Congres Congressional
sional Congressional Record that the report is
"one-sided and superficial:"
The anti trust subcommittee
recommended that the Justice De Department
partment Department investigate : the A i r
1 Transport Association,: which rep represents
resents represents the scheduled 'airlines, to
determine if its activities are
It also accused the Civil Aero Aeronautics
nautics Aeronautics Board of "laxity" in pro protecting
tecting protecting the public's interests.
?- Harris said the subcommittee's
one-sidedness," failing accurately
or lairly to retiect me wnoie rec
. He 'criticized the subcommittee
for -what he saw was -its "ratner
superificial concern." He said it
failed even to consider "the im-
. portance of continuously decreas decreasing
ing decreasing 'cost tis 'the American taxpayer
througr reduction of (airline) sub-
. sidies." s rt
; Harris said his own? study of
tfi0.,' BiihnnmmittPA' h ft i ri B I
t showed that many of its conclu
sions lacKea "adequate support -tin
the record Itself, and that other
conclusions 'were- specuicauy us
:imrnuiulM .-111,:. .thA J-AnnrH .."...js'- y.l:
V t He said the subcommittee" re-
port- was loaded with rirrelevan rirrelevan-cies
cies rirrelevan-cies going beyond the subject of
( V V 1 ft 'i J 1 1
. .IRB HITS STUDIO
" UNIVERSAL- CITY, Calif' (UP)
. ..TTniirapaal -fntnrnatinnal Khlfiin
i i officials- today estimated ; damage
at $500,000 from a fire that swept
nearly a block of : movie? sets- on
the stuaiov-uw Muicaicuou vy
firemen Wednesdays was' credited
, with halting the blaze 'before it
t reached sound stages.: Several
i t street scene. jei we wbuvjto.
4 X i.-si
PROMOTION-Sfc dene Fowler, left, of the post S-4 section.;
-FFort ChVvtra and Col Walter L. KlUllae, right,. Fort Clay-;
KllUlPa. presentd to owler in recent eJg
Clayton. OWier wwi vu -,. PhntoV!
II:Id S!:c!( I!8ar, r
MTTW VDllTf. Spnt. M
Stocks showed persistent resist resistance
ance resistance each time they approached
the year's' Iowa in the industrial
average: in an up-and-down ses-
. 1 ,, .t 1... .. :.,. J
ston wnicn enaea an a smaiv sa sa-yance
yance sa-yance yesterday.
1Tahvv. small thjfc .tfflin n m
significant one for. t h e experts
who, : when the market met sup-
finrt affAW KrAlrtn thlmitfh tli
JIUl MIMfl U A MM VUU MJV
11957 low at the height of the Wed
nesday seu-ou, predicted the sei sei-ing
ing sei-ing had run its course, at least
temporarily.' s r
of carry-over buying from the late
rally of the previous session; did
a turnabout then demand was im
sufficient to keep the rise going,
cuminx wuom snaae ot me
year's lows and finally turned tip
to erase most declines.'
The Tint vain in,-th InHmfrlal
average amounted, to .08 point at
457.01; in rails .22 at. 122.67; utili utilities
ties utilities .Vt at 66.73 and for the 65
stocks .13 at f 156.M.I Individually,
aHMAl' o k..M. y,HH:.i.: .Hi
biuc oi me previous price witn a
few specials' movinff mora widelv.
Vnl n m rnntiriiirY f a mmntmn In
waMV .SB lOaUCD l, lltm
all week. Bethlehem Steel, Gen-
erai jnoiors ana u. s. bteel were
Uje most actively traded.
In itJ-pU Bnfhl0hm ura nff a
bit, U. S. steel up slightly. Armco
and inland stood out with gains of
aiuuuu poiui,1 jMotori were irae
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e Gold Earrinf s,: Wide Assortment
. I pairs for f 349V 'I'H-- r
e Fancy Earrldrs from 51 cents
Fancy Imltaiton Stone Rinjs
from 50 eenta .
, Solid Gold Rlnrs reduced by 25 to 50
e Man'a Jeelry, Tie Pins' from 75 eents
Caff Links SeU 1X price!
' ; '
e Silver Plate Flatware f
Comnleta Seta In Chest-
NOW from $150
e Silver Plate and SUrlfnV Silver Gifts ;
reduced by 20 te S3 :
Ton will find some silver Items reduced
, t 1t the eritlBal prlcel
- i ; t
e Sterlinf Tea Jk Coffee- Sets '. ;
?t pieces wrjr irom f ise.ve jap.7.
. Diamond Uafi Kf. fW- KOW. ISM-lf. V&W' -fA- I
Man's Waterproof Watches
'17 Jewels from )it-aw
IWatehes 1 7 'Jewels from ... 10.00
before 19.75 to 37.50
Crystal ball Watches from .. 14.50
Travel Alarms Clocks
Before 24.50 Now 10 00
Solid Gold Slave Bracelets
'; Creamer Sujar Sets from.. 5.00
:A 'Water Pitchers from ...... 10.87
v Bread Trays from i.J
Chafiflj Dishes,;iwlth Pyrex
jnsert Before ,49.75 Now 37-50
' Candle Sticks Sterlinj
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. i Every One of Which
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' 9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Spiritual Illiterates result from the little time
' people give to Bible Study. While the Bible is the
best-seller, it is the .most neglected Book. You can
correct that by making use of our S departments
every member or your family is provided for.
10:30 "YIELD NOT TO TEMPTATION"
Monster temptation need not rule your life, there
is victory in Christ.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Earnest, dedicated' Christians result from this
training and there's a place for you in be 6
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9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
"Fundamentally man Is a soul and has a body. Of this
fact it believed then there is no need to urge you to
attend Sunday School for you will be there! Come."
11:00 "DID CHRIST BELIEVE IN HELL?"
"Christ said more about Hell than anyone else in the
, N. T. Jesus warned people about going there. Come, near
.. Bible message on this little taught subject!"
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"The "Gospels tell lis of the prayer life of Jesus. He
'. orayed for Individuals, places, circumstances. His pray praying
ing praying will be an example for you."
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la America, at well as in Italy, pizza sells like the pro pro-ejerbial
ejerbial pro-ejerbial botcake. Ia well-frequented place in any city you
aa see aa Italian cook preparinf mouth-waterin pizza.
It k easy to male a pizza. First, you prepare the dough,
the place it in a pie tia. add the tasty tomato sauce, sprinkle
with grated cheese and pop it in the oven. The Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
package con taint all the necery ingredients and
five direction that are simple to follow. Fizza Pie is a
disk you should try . now!
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WILLIAM K. BEEBY
r n r it t p otp
h it Dot the money you poiiats
r the property to whkh you
hold U'lt . It ii the love of
Christ in your heart, d
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FIRST ISTHMIAN BAPTIST
The First Isthmian Baptist
Church, Cristobal will welcome to
its pulpih toorrow morning Dr.
Lloyd Corder, chairman .of the
Southern Baptist Home Mission
As a linguist, scholar, preacher,'
and administrator, Dr. Corder
has made a tremendous contribu
tion to the cause of Christ in ma
nv lands. He has travelled exten
sivelv and this it not his first vis
it to the Isthmus. Dr. Corder will
be acomoanied bv the Rev, R
G. Van Royen, superintendent 'of
Baptist Home Mission Board m.rt
nam ana tne tanai oe.
The ordnance of believers ban
tism will be administered at the
nieht service. The Rev. Isaac Pe
rez. director Oi Home Mission
Board education and promotion on
the Isthmus, will be guest speak
er at this service. At the training
union hour,-films on Baptist work
in fa nam a wiu ,oe snown oy me
Rev. Perez; .:,
A choral eucharist will' pe held
at ASt. Peter's church,. La Boca,
10:30 a.m. tomorrow in commem
oration of the feast of St. Michael
and All Angels.
The Driest in charge of the
church, the Rev. John Spear, will
officiate at this celebration, oe
sides Dreachina the sermon.
There will be holy baptism alt
er the eucharist.
Tomorow will also mark the
beginning of a confirmation class
to be prepared by Father Spear.
Instructions will be given each
Sundav morning at 9:30 until
the class is presented to the bish
Children or adults who intend
enrolling are requested to do so
as soon as possible.
New Health Post
WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UP)
The Office of Defesse Mobilize
tion announced today the appoint
ment of Dr. W. Palmer Dearing
to its newly-created post of assis
tant director for health. Dearing
has been deputy U. S. surgeon
general for the past nine years.
He takes over his new duties
The Internationally famous
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Across from the
I 'EI Panama" Hotel
at your Beautlclaa
Available, at your
, Caked 1S
Church of Christ
, W. W. Iiin, Evanstllrt
aALBOA: 08M. Balboa Ro.
SrvicM SuikUt 10:00 ajn. 110 a.as.
CJUSTOBAL: Amtflean Lotfon Hall.
Stvlcw Sunday 18:00 jn. UMi ajn
BIO ABAJO: House Mo, SOU iUl St
, Sunday 4M m 1 ,,r
' COtOU BA"Ut ilHUBCB
JU Bruja Boa '
Drawn SW Malboa
Curl r. raaeiawakl, rattatv
Buiidu School .......... :
mSSKs VVorabJp ......... Uj
Tralnina Union J: JO pjn
Frayar Maatlng,. waanaaaay j ;f !.
Brotherhood 4th Monday... 7.00 p.m.
kaca Miuiday W:w
; rnurr baptiit cmncBi
Balboa Halghta, C.Z.
S27 Ancon Boulevard -Drawer
"B" Balboa Halghta
Pbona Balboa 1727
William H. Btaby,
Sunday School t:30 a.m.
Marnln Worahlo 10:45 Jl
BaptUt Training Union .... 8:30 p.m.
Kvanuliatio Sarvlca 7 :30 p.m
Pray Matting, Wcdnaaday. 7:00 p.m
W ar. BlWa Study Thura-
Man' Brotherhood (baat
Monday in month) ........ I0 pas.
TOST BAPTIST CHUBCH
HargariU Avanua at 5th Straal
, Margarita. Canal Zona
Bar. Wendell C. Parker, Putot
Sunda School t:46 am
Morning Worship 11-00 aja
Hanti.t Treinlns Union :30 Dm
Kvenlng Worship 1M pan.
Brotherhood, Tuaadaya ...... 1:00 Dm.
Prayer Bervicas, Wednaadays 7:09 pm.
W.M.U., 1st Srd rrldays
Cr-A R.A, A Sunbeams.
Pridaya t .M fifc
MNAMA ClTt J
Captain A Mrs. B. Ciraml
ti fabruary Street. Phonal M-M054 T
11:00 Holiness Meeting. $
S:O0 jbuiday School. ; 4
IS ataivauon Mteuns
LA BOCA CX.
Lletiteaeal Pansy CuipeaQ
uuaing no. iimi, rnone
li:ua uuuneee Meeting.
S:00 eunday School.
1M Balvatleo Maatlng.
ver m Mia, C L. MasaJav
(iuiana SutaL .'
:IM Sunday IchoaL ?
11 Holinaas Meeting.
S:00 Sunday School.
7 JO Salvation Meeting,
Sealer ( apu and Mrs, C. Keoaaawmy.
iu etreeb JPbone: 3S-749.
JOLOM IHUID STREET
I 'M Salvation Meeting.
ajnbow crnr, cjl
tmnr J. CUU.
it. Kltta and Jamaica Street.
a.w notrjneaa ateeung.
S:00 !rjiday School.
1M SalvaUon Meeting.
O" W. Olsen, Pastor
Bslboa Bd. At Sen Pablo St.
Phone S-1414 fhur.h mm. e u
1:34 Church Schnni T... u...
. ai amiai. XMSCUSSlOn UrOUp.
10 JO Worship Service Tha Expand
ad Session for Nnr..,. n.j
Primary and Junior Dep'u. Church-time
j w cnuaren under S.
4:0 Junior High Fellowship.
4.0 Post High Fellowship.
7. -04 Senior High Fellowship.
The Reverend Theodora
Pastor Phono S-14M.
P'4S a.m. Church School.
am. Morning Worship. Nursery
1 pm Youth Fellowship.
Bev. Walker M. AMerten, raster
Off.: 4-47 Res -
4:34 am Sunday School.
! am Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day acH acH-nrJea
nrJea acH-nrJea aa announced.
rata MrrHoom cbubcb
Bav. William H Arvoatrang
14th St. Paoama C7
44 am Momlrp Pravar and laai
lee psa. Sundav Strums.
7 OS am Pvantaie I-rarer aad gsimi
TBorrTT MrruoDier can car
aeram an MeMndee A
pm a. as leg
I JO am Pravar
m- .Oamaj. r
4JS em Momma Set-rice aad Bait
KB US EZra MrnsnoaPT CHUBCH
I Bun day Beniraa 4 am and 41 am. I
I "" ncanm n all eta at am louned ta SdobMiIi
-raw laMiauai Ta wr- Iday.
m Tamaap 7 Pm. Pray MaattM Convart TJsnkrOera
-r ' ' .- 4
' Church af the Many faith In the Canal Zene, and the terminal crtiee
' af Panama and Colon,. Republic ef Panams, extend a walcame at alt
time ta men and waman af the armed ryi, and to civillaa nalflh nalflh-1
1 nalflh-1 kan, frianslt an4 itrangar. 1
" A a public aarvlta, The Panama American lists balaw, by dneml
nation, notice ef haur af warship and ether regular activities.
'..., Listings are rotated frem time te time. Deneminatiani having enh
ana ae twe cenfrcfatieM are listed under "Other Church Service."
A special listing i included for rvica .at Army pacts, Air Ferae bs
. end Naval atatient; r
,j Miniiter;. church secretarial and chaplain ere aiked te Inform the
tiewi datk in writing by Wednesday neen at the latest f any chant
" ior the earning Satapdey's church page.
- ST. MABY'S CHUKCH Baibea
sundav Maueei i:uu. a:oo. iu:u ana
Hoi Da Maasaat 5:55. IJOl 114 aJB
and a:0O n m v
Contcaslons: Saturday. S:30 to 5:00
and 7:00 to S:00 p.m. Tjiursday. oaf ore
Pint Prtdays 7:00 to 1:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Movanat 70 pm
on Mondava. t,
Catechism claasi after the S.'OO maas
ixign school atuay viu xv p.m. on
ACBED BXABT Ancaa
Sunday Massea: 5:55, 790 t:S0 a.m.
Holy Day maanaa: tM a.m. anJ i:00
Confessions: Saturday S:S0 to a KM and
v:i to 1:00 p.-m, inuraoay naiore rirai
Friday 7:00 D m.
sacred Heart pevouonai 7.-00 pm an
Fridays. ...... . ., s
CatechlnD Claaal S:l ta 1:41 ajm. an
OUB LADT OP FATIMA Caraafa
Sundav Maaa at S:0B a.m.
1 Molv bav Mam at 1:30 b.hl
Confaseiona: :M to S:ek nm as Sat
Catechism Class 1 Saturday S JO to 10
BT. JOSEPH Faralsa
Bun day Maasaa at 1M and S:15
Holy Day Mam at g:e p.m.
Wackdav Maasaa: ...-00 a.m.
1 Confauiona: Saturday S.-M tn 4:10 and
6:30 to 7:30.
catachlim Class 1 Sunday 50 to 4.-00
Miraculous Medal Mot anal TaM n m
convert inatrucuonet Thursday 7:001
ST. VINCENrg Paaaaig aty
Sunday Masses: 5:00 and 8:10 a.m.
Holy Day Maasas: S:SO and 50 a.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Maeaaa are
mi ana s:ju ami
Confeesions: Saturday 140 to SHW and
7HW to 5:00 p.m.
Friday 7:10 sm
m. Thursday before First
. Miraculous Medal novena and ata
none or the Crom: Friday 7:00 p.m,
Catechism Clam: After 1JO mam
Convert Claasi 5 JO pm Tuesday and
ST. THBltESA'B CeeaB
Sundav Maes: gJO am
Holy bay Mass: 4:00 am (It H falls
on aaturaay a :v a.m.;
Catechism Class:' 1 JO to (:e0 p.m.
voniaanonai gwe to s je am aunaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTUT DB LA SALLt,
ria . x
Sunday Mamas: 4:30 and S JO a.m.
Week. Dava Mam: 4 JO Mon. Thura..
Frl. and Sat' First Friday mam: 4 :04 a.m.
Hour nay ai eases: e;ue am to e:w
t'onMom: 1J0 to 4J4 and 7:00 B!SWmrSn
OO m on Satorday. 7 bi2SL&&8SZ,l. i i .-d
inifsy4HiM eTMvuaw iivt ma s" ewv
CaUohism' asm; S JO pm SuHday
ST.. THKKEara t lea
Convert Clam: Monday 7 JO pm
iy Mass: 5:30 pm
Confessions: Saturday 4:30 to 7 JO pm
Thursday before First Friday 4 JO p.m..
i;atecnism (Jiaas: a:ia pjn. on aunaay. 1
Sacred Heart Novanai 7.-00 pm aal
Convert liasei :o pm on xnursaay.
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Manas: 1 :45. g :00 and 4 :1 am
Holy Day Masses 5:45 and :oo am
and S:45 'pjn.. .1
conteuions: Baruroay .-e to :uo ana
e to 4:00 p.v -li i
Miraeuiou maoai porenai naonoaoay
IS and 7:00 p.m. v
Sacred Heart N ovens: Friday 7:14 pm
Sundav Evenlne Senrlcea 7:00 Djn.
Convert dam: 7:15 Dm on Mondays
rirst Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatima The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.l
First Communion Instructions for chil-1
dren Monday and. Thursdays 4:00 tol
7:00 pm .
MIRACULOUS IfEDAL Crietdbal
Sunday Mamas: 7:00. 4:04 and 14 JO am
Holv Day Massaai 4 JO. :O0 ajn. and
Confession: Saturday 4 JO to 4 JO and
7:00 to 4:00 pm After Rosary aacb ava-
ning. i -'
Miramlaua Medal Hernial 1-13 and
7:00 p.m. 00 Monday.
Catechism Clam: After a JO Mam aa
rirst Friday- Ri
the School Year.
First Saturday 1 Mam at 4:40
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
ounaay Maasee: yaa, w.nt, an.
First Saturday Mam: 4:00 am
weekday Masaea: 40 a.
Saturday ... 7J4 pm to IM am
Miraculous f Medal Novana tMus
Holy Day Masses: 7 JO a.m. 4:15 p.m.
(.oniemion ... pm to 4:4 pm.
Pariah Family Roaanr and
Benediction 7J4 pal
Dimwlon Imruiry Group 7 J4 pm
wyery w rraey.i - -1st
Frldsy Devotlona ) ... 7:04 p.
1st. Saturday DavoUomi .. 7 JO p.m. I
ST. nNCIWT--PjiBahew CMy
Sunday Ma assent 4JP am and 4 J4 1
Holy Day Maasaat 44 em and 4 JO
Confeasionai s-ea la s.-a anal taa
l .-e p.m Saturday. -
i-atecaism Ciam: IBMB a aa. an Bundav
Caavart Clam asaiy Monday at I je
Miraculous Medal Banna t tale
.San-ed Heart 'Hovanai 1 J bi
Sunday aw- 1:15 am
Holy Day Mam: 5 am
,1" Z' K i52v w Thursdays and holt days
'VlrWdTyiMiorfof Moit Bl- tM ch.Sl VoTfcvkm.
sd Sacrament all day. Reposition at 5J0l WEDNKDAYS
OierftHon Ca- 4-aa a m a wnnaay
wis uus vr miub tuvnui,
7 end 4 JO am
11 4JO am aad 4Jt
Canfs.lsna Saturday at 70 pm aad
arrer au evaeuag aevotlona.
Beptiesae ay appoinlmanl
Mlraeulcua Medal Waveaal J Bum
Sacred Haart Heyeaat 1-ee. a.ai aa
ZHindsy Schaalt S SO pm. aa Sunday.
ehgieua Inmrurtion Claea tor Cad Cad-an:
an: Cad-an: 4a am aa Tkuraaay.
Rellgiaus lniructlaai far edulle rCeav
ISO aaa am Maa-
Th Bt. Bav. B. Heee Cjoedan, I.T.tK
The Very Bav. Manual i. Pat men,
'. S.TJB Daaa
TBW CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKS
,.: SUNDAYS ....'(..:
. : .." t ,J .... U r
l:30 m holy Communion.
5:10 a m JUnU Communion (4th Sua
t:l5 .m. Church School.
(:4b em. Escuela Dominical. "'"
UM am. Morning Prayer and Sarman
4 t hoi communion, irirat Sua
70 pas. Avanlng Prayer and Sarmon
g JO a.m. Holy Communion. '
7:0 p irn. Evening Prayac
HOLY DAYS ''
4:0 am. Holy Communion.
( JO a m Holy Communion.
4:15 am Mornlna Prayer.
11:00 Mta-da Miaslonary Prayara,
Charch af St. Andrew (
The Bav. William W. Stliwis,
Priest la Cham
Holy Communion 7 JO am
ramuy rrayer and
Church School ............ t:se am
(Also Holy Communion and.
Mornina Pravar. aV Sarman 11.00 m m.
Holy Communiea t:00 am
Chapel at The Qead flkepkerd
xaa nay. Clarence w. Hsyas,
r nasi, aa sjnaaaa
SOO a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. tint Friday each Month).
I "" wmrge
Choral Eucharist and
unurcn school ........... l:o p.
Episcopal Young Churchmen 5:M p.
Evensong and Sermon ..... 7:00 n.
1 :o p m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion- ............... 40 a.m
Ivaning Prayer 7 J pm
Woman Auxiliary, and and
SUNDAYS .ai-.;:.- 4.
4th Thursday 7J4 p.m.
Holy Communion ......... 7:00 am
Morning Prayer .... IM an.
Evenina Praver ........... T:oe aum.
Family Eucharist ...... v.,
Ofilce ot Complin ........
r,A,!Bor?A J,r 1
at Peter's Chart" 43r
Suhdav each 'month)
Morning Prayer and Church
Choral Eucharist and Bar.
Sunday each month)
mon ,iivii.uffHvAiii.ii 14 JO A.'
Holy Baptism . .'11: naan
Evensong and Address .... 7 je p.m,
"."Si!1 """H'Jl'avJ" ,m
Holy Communion .........
Chsnol of tha Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley, Prieet to Charge
THURSDAYS a.; i
4:14 a.m. Holy. Communion.
, Charch af St. Margaral' : ..
Eapave and Braioa Blvd.
Tha Rev. Jama K. Raaaw, Beet
7:10 a.m. Holy Communion
4:45 am Church School
11:00 a.m. Mornina Praver
Last Sundav each Month. Holv Com
4 JO am Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Watt,
Prieet m -Charte
Tha Bav. David A. Oseerna,
4 JO am Choral lucharlat Js Ban
4:30 a.m. Infant Baptism,
S.ee n.m. Church Schod
(held In Building 131)
50 pm. Youth Fellowship -tlC
-im. Evenaona and Addraaa.
and and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i.10 Din Woman s Auxiliary ana
tar Guild Meeting.
St Paal'a Charch
The Ven. Lemad B. Shirley, Rectee
The In. Fata B. AtwalL aleaeeai
4:00 am Holy Comm-mlea
4-eo ajn Sun Kueharut A Sell nun
10:45 e m Marnlng Prayar and Church
I1JA nurr Holy
7 00 ..m Balan
S SO ana Holv CamainnlMl K
7 -SO om. Evenlna Sitm ni a
J s m Holy Coanmunloa
7 a bjn. KvAnlne av..
rtlURiOAYS AND FRIDAYS
S JO f m Hah funil
ee a.m. Holy Cemmunioa.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SKA
utlon, it p.
OBMlelt U,tmi tr.fctte
mmg mvw. aaaea rmmmm w
Tha Bea. Haary A., am
4 -44 am. RbIv faani.li.
4 M am Mornlag Prayer.
See a.m. Choral turiuHa aaA
1 am ChurrH School.
I pm Soierna gviaisag aad Bar-
MOKDAT. TUESDAY aV TVlltniT
e am Roty Cecnmoiuaaw
7 am Msialna Prayar. -.
5 0 pm Bvanaag Prayaa. -; : I
4-eea.m.Hety Camimanaoas, ',-
7 a am Morning Prayar. -7
JO pm avowing Prayar and 1 si men
. . FRIDAY . i t
7 am saornlng Pravar.
44 pm Eraniag Prayar.
4 am Holy Cssimiuwt
7ae am. Meming Preyer.
5 a p m. Evening prayer.
I J pm Caaapiiaa aad Maditatiaav
St. CkrliUaker's Ckareh
arqua Lafevr v
snea W. Hay.""':
The Bev. Clara
- men m uaig
' ' The Bav. Clarence A. CragwaB,
SUNDAYS " '
4:00 am Holy Communion.
' 7.14 am Sunc Eucharist and 5V rmefl
14 JO em' Morning Prayar and Church
tl:04 neon Holy Baptism. '
4:30 B.m. Evenaone ane German.
MONDAYS j-..-' ".,
7 JO. em 1st and Srd, Waman' Auxl'
llarv. -,. ... .?'(
4:30 p.m. Junior Daughtara ar th
T:S e m. Youth FaUaarahln.
:00 a.m. Holy Communlaai.
7.-00 em Even In Praver and Ballaieui
:w pm uirur rnenoiy aoeiaty.
4:00 D.m. 1st and 3rd. alnaletaaa. i
jo am Juniar connrmatlon Claa.
. CHURCH OF THE NAKARENB
,'444 Frangipan) St Ancon, C.Zr
- Bav.- Elmer O. Nelaek, Pastor
Box 317 Balboa. C.Z. Tal. 1 M0
Sunday. School 4:45
Worship Service 10:45 a.m
'Youth Service i. 4:45 em,
Xvangalistie Service 7:30 p.m.
Jrrayer sjervica, wea. -... Tao p.m.
" CHURCH Or THE NAZARENB ;
Margarita School Gymnasium r .,:
Paster Ralph X. Hyseng '
Write: Box 501P Margarita, CZ.
Phona: S-155S -.
Sunday School ...... 4:45 am.
Morning Worships. ll:00h.m.
Evening Service .......... '. 7 JO p.m.
HATIONAL BAPTIST CT17BCB J
Ba Ik' N. BraB. Muarlar -'
Divine Worship ........... JO a.m
Sunday School ........... S:04 p.m
Sunday Maasee ..... .....7. 7:41 M
Rio Abao, X.
Sunday Sehool ...........
4KHOV API'S TTITNEBSKB
Meatinan Thursdays' at T :XA am and
Sundaye at d'.OO pm. Wire MamorUl
404 BallM Koad. Baibea,
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST
OF LATTIB-DAI SAINTS (Metm)
Chapel en Balboa Road..
Sunday School 10:90 em
Sacrament Meeting ...... i 4:00 pm
rnmary; Monday ...... :3 pjn
Rebel Society; Tuesday..; 4 je am
MIA; Wednesday .. 7 J4 pm
- ieiepnone aaioea 4Ss7
' Atlantic Inua
Building goe, Schoolheus Read Catun.
sunoay seneol. Sunday . p.-se am
Baeramant meetinp Sunday ll:0 a.m.
rnennooameenng wen... e:se p.m
Z'K! w"' 4J4pm
Relief SftH.tv. ae ,n..nn..i
Telephone. Catun 154 or Cristobal 147
CCRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
-A Warnt Hesrteel aunb?f
Milton JC. Uldlg, MmMse
Phona Xea. SX.71 is ...n ae.siaa
undey School ........, a jo a
(A clam for avary aga) ,,
Youth Fallowahla ..... a,aa
Eevening Worship j- 7:e pm
a-rayer ana raise I Wed.) 7:00 pjn.
" Hiwn .auxevv in nroviaaa..
X OLU CArHOUC CHUBCH
l4jaiaA. WsiJMeim .Ri
aiaaaale 41 --
fS .OMMim Ofeeship Apr.
.v; wtMwt sun OBCS aaonia.
,) Paaami B.t.
B. Bav. T. janse. D. A
Mornihg : devotion 4
Fellowship- Worship 11:
Sunday School ......w.,.. S:
' It First atreaF' I ,'" I
Urbanlmeioa XI Carman, Panama City
.. ... mu. aaa anacussKma
Calaa. 8th A traat asraeia ;T.
Kudy CiasMS.,..,. Thursdays. J4 pm
' BETHBL MISSION CHVRCB
Xspalaha St Parslao, C I.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Warship Service.
1:00 pm Sunday School.
7:14 Jn. Gospel Sarvlca;
Monday: 7 JO Young Peoole'a Soclerv
Wadneadavi 1-M UM.k
jnursflavr i chair tdi..i
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New Previa eaco
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Sunday School 10:00 am
worsnip ............ 11:0 a
mgnt sarvlca ............... 7 J aa.
pirst church of cob
Car. Jamaica ad Trinidad Bah
Bala saw City, Canal Xaaa
Bav. Wm. Liviagatoa, Pastor
' TUT. CHUBCH OP COO
74 eighth Street Calaa
Bav. O. sv. ohiiIu.. a..-
aunaav School .. . : -n
mornina noranip 10:3 a m
nuuu oetvtca ............... 7 JO pja
Mornina Warahia -' '. J o-aa
If"??7.90 10 J a.m
Night Sarvic IM BJa.
THB CHUBCH OP OOO Hie Aaato
Maato Oecara Rd-lSth St.
Bav. fav J.. -' Wmmtmm
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Morning Warship 1 SO a m
Night ServUa 13a a
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CHUBCH Or GOD (PaatacastaO
Rev. B E. Watson. Overseer
Phona -42. Boa til. Gamboa
Chuivhi. at hnla f ,Rm J
Mrs. Herman L whvtai. Ionian a a
(Rev. Fernanda Lo ran cel. Rio A halo
(Rev. and Mra. thirlM n.ma.i
Cativ (Rev. and Mrs, Clifford G reeves I
aunaay aa weekdays eauitea e at)
. COMMUNITT CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. CX.
nar Diablo school)
Bev. Carl V. Thampaaa. Mtnfstas
Bos 3. Diablo Heights. Ci Ci-Pheaea:
Pheaea: Ci-Pheaea: ll.au. Gambaa Z17
Charch Balaea 471
Sunday Schoai ............ it J am
wemup. aervica 11 it am
Tauth Service 7a pm
.,,MTimii mi lav ...... us ia
Wedneadav -Bible Study
and Prayar Sarvic 7 J pm
RjrnrreB LLTTtra cwt aCB
albaa aad at erisM
Bev. Baaart F. Gaaalch,
P O Bos eta. Balboa.
aVmaay Scheaa, BiDia.oaaa eJ4 am
Diviaa aue 10.M am.1-'"
Holy Csmmuniaa. fust Buaday mt the
- Aflaallr SJae v
F uraver chaaet ef Our Saviour a Bdss-
V. g rmminmmml "l
Mr. Koseaa H. P taper. Tlrsr -Siavday
ScfteesV Bible Class 44 a
Dtvine gsnlia 14:15 a-m.
Hiy Cseamiinina. aaat 4 uaday a I
Jewiva Walfara Board Bl2-X'Le
SrfS, lDoa. CX Rabbi ha then
Witkln. Diractor. -Sarview
frlri.v. t:fl m mm a.h..
4J0 em T-ivT TJ-.
(See ae llstlnm mt jewi.h
under Peats. Baaa end Station).,.-,
ConjgraatenrK.oi Shearitb Irrael. Ava Ava-itlaa
itlaa Ava-itlaa Cuba and SltK Street, a..,.. t;--
Benaml City Sarvicaa S:00 p.m
; Chrutiin Sa::.:;:! ::
ClisUMTlASi WIVKjIia' u. a
rlret Church at Christ, Setent, .. .,01
. aeo nn aouiavmrel.
fmday iireo; wadnaadav 5-tl pi
Sunda Behonl Bran
rim taura ea Canal, sweiiawt, r
mi."" mtmrnmi ea eaouvar. IHLimmt -.
Buneey chnertjfi a-aa...
Sunday 11: am Weetnaadap 1:44 p m
K pacific mob
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TORT AMADOH '". '
Buneay Scheol .-
Tv T"V ............... JLO.VO
.burcn.&me Jiursary Seheel... 14:0
undsy Sehool .(BuUdins He.
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Morning' Worship -,...'.,.,',., 10J4
v uunu7, swelling Mia-Week
Barvlee i,...'i... J-se
,,. Youth JaflpwalUB-JujBaay .0) 4:04
FORT JCOBBB '
Sunday School ................. oe
T Momlns Worahip UJe
Bvaning Worriup 7:0.
Worship Sarvlca, Madden Wj 7:04
w5h'P Brvic. Ria Hate ,. gag
','Chriuaii Youth. Fellowship ..... 4:oe
;dic. llowship Thura. .. v;oe
Officer Christian Union Thura. 4:04
ALBR0OB. AOt FORM BAIB
aunaay. acnooi ................. 0:10
Adult Bible CJsae (NCO Club)., SJ
, m ajawB-aPBUp
TION, Rodman I
Holy Commuqloav First Sunday I
of Moathl . f,
"th NO HEADQUARTERS CHAPJB,
Morning Warship .............. g.-0
(Holy Cemmuiua) "iit Sunday s
..Naval ,Rsdlp Stattoa. Summit.
f ORT AMADOH
uaiiy aw ., e J4
Sunday Mamae- ,. 7:04 it tM
Cortfatatona. Saturday ...4 jo m 7:3
Sunday g.oo .g:2g
FORT CLAYTON t
Sunday Mam ...... ...7:45 dt :00
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tojueasions rurdy :m ; 4:0
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Daily Ma . ... v. ; .0 ti
Sunday Maasaa w..,.4 S:04 dt 11.-4
Monday : Havana Davationa .... 7 ;j
Coofmsiona-Satutdayt.; 4:04 ds.74
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aunaay tae .........,.,gJ4
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Saturdav. .........7: .
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, Pistmlaa ,
, Sunday Srhoal-lldg. S4S fl:e
Morning Worship ...I lo:14
Tuesday ............. .JT....... 7-40
5a -Wednrnday Peel Chapat 4 J4
Chair, rraeUee- Wednaiday ; :
Pee ChApai .....,. 7 J4
FORT GUL1CK . .
Sunday Sehool n.aa
Morning Worship ...... t.."ZlM
Biblo Study,,. Wadneaday T.ie
Ladlas .Chapat Guild. 11 Thurs. 1J
OA NAVAL STATION, Cec Sale'
aunaay acnooi ............... mn
Holy Communiea First Jhindav
m .1. 1 v r
Daily Mam .,,..;.' ...1
Sunday Maw .................. pm
,!Si!2,0i ,urdy e!
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for ctHjctpf.i'.- .''i,v;i.r.';
. r3!. ..... 7 J
Saturday. Mam ..It,.... 7je
Sunday Massea .,.?!:45 is le.li
Caafmaiona, Aaturaay .t 4J 7J
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Saturday Mam ... ,.3g
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Greek- Orthoda nl
ad at tha Church af. the AnuaciaUsn.'
Via Baliaaria Porraa. Aa. r r. "L
la Caleta. Panaan City. I.
SLi?" Anthony. Avenide
Malaadea. Colon. an .11-...
d,,V further .mJormatien,
call the Office ad tha AraW fk..:.,.
Weakly Services in all churchaa
" y '.ae.leBew; r . K :
SATtTBDATt v.'.' : ',-
Seahath Scheol IJ am.
Divine Servtra .tt-aa h.
YauU Meeting 4J.pm
7 JO (sl
hnd Prayar Sarvic
PtorW. ft. Waller TeL 14-1-150
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No: 17 Chorrillo Mth Na. Pu Pu-bla
bla Pu-bla Narva t-A St. between 3rd' and 4:h
at. ma Aaato Uth Ha. 17 Gamboa
Pastor C. D. 'wUIIams Trtf.
Part or A. A. GrnaJe Tel. 4-ieg
paassh Cbasvhas Pactflc Btda Panama
Paster NerWrts Ourros
' Panama. Calls Derien He. t
t Peorspal A Nueva Cuarar.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel.
Crstohel Knellan lh A Baver Ave.
Cristobal Sranialwisth Bolivar Ava.
. Cemrai Off iv:
4444 Gavilaa Baaa Tai. l-lltl A US-
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 41, J ' . THE fANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY, NEWSPAPEK PAGE fTVB
facial and xJtkerwi5$ J Px, fMu f y irVviv
Mri. Nor5u4 Newport., who wUI i T JiP.rt" JP JSU '1 V UrfiS
" e leawng ihortly d Red Cross ,U :, - C tv$il F -, f' A
' Director Miss Sarah Bomberg who t- ... x ,Jl? Xlt J C f I I J IT!
.w- ts lso a short-timer-here, i ; C MAj&iKifc"lL
Among the. fuesti war. MaJ. - ) ftkrii S ; 1
i and Mrs. Lee Ahr, Capt and Mrs. I-,- ; s T7 fcaaSSE3 Q
,4 Cr Air all, Mr. and Mrs. Walter At- & j ; , A V i r; , i v. ,wp(, a rHV t'I!J'
". mmmm. f lenrcapt and Mrs. Robert Alt- - ..i. v, tStW&ww
- -Cg i 1 I man. Dr. And Mrs. William -'Bai- U "'""' ' t .
th club aaid farewell to Dr, and
Mn Nnrxuda NewDOrt.. who WUl
be leaving ihortly and Red Cross
Director Miss Sarah Bomberg who
is also a short-timer Here.
1 Among the guests were ,MaJ.
and Mrs. Lee Ahr, Capt and Mrs.
Air all, Mr and Mrs. Walter ; Al
len, Capt and Mrs. Robert Alt'
man, Dr. and Mrs. William 'Bai 'Bai-iv.
iv. 'Bai-iv. Cnl. ana ; Mrs. George Bat-
cheldor, Capt. and Mrs. Bond, Dr.
and Mrs; Don Carlos, Dr. Mary
Graham. Dr. and Mrs. G. N. Gor
man, Capt and Mrs,' Harpole,
Maj. and Mrs. Ernest Hartmann,
Cant, and Mrs. Uinman. Capt. and
Mrs. C. Hoffer, Capt. and Mrs.
Joseph John, Ma, and Mrs.' John
Kohl, Dr. ana rs. j ernes kiv,
Capt. and Mrs. Litowski, Dc and
Mrs. Robert Matheney. Dr. 'and
i Mrs. Mondragon, Mai. and Mrs.
. Murname, Dr, and Mrs. N. New Newport,
port, Newport, Capt and Mrs. Petz, Capt.
Mrt t!rthrt Runn. Dr. and Mrs.
SirM nr. anri Mra. Gen Shir o-l WASHINGTON f UP) The Rus
kov, Maj. and Mrs. Ralph Singer, a'ana may c'aim the telephone,
honor at the Panama Golf Club..
VISITING NATIONAL S0R0PTIM1ST "VEEP t
FETED BT LOCAL OROUP AT TEA PARTT ;
; Mrs" Lily Quarnberg was feted recently at -a tea heW
to her hone at the Golf Club by the PMP5: t
l Mil Mra Quarnberg,' who Is ice-president and president-
' SlTct f loroptomiat international, TlslWd Panama briefly
in her return trip to the States after. haTing seen six Soron-
toroMV,dUQunberT?in photographU porW atudl, tn
VancouTer, Washington.' ?n-r
HEAD TABLE AT SOROPTIMISTS TEA Those at the head table of the Sor optimists' tea held recently at the Golf Club were Mrs. yenle Hull, president
of the Panama Soroptlmlst club, Mrs. Lily Quarnberg, vice president of the American Federation of Soroptimist Clubs, mm. Cecilia P. de Remon a
soroptlmist who is Minister of Prevision Social, Mrs. Frances Sander, president of the Inter-American Women's Club, Mrs. Betty Ger.ha.rdt, president
of thVcanal Zone College Club; Miss Benilda Cespedes,' president of the As oclation de Mujeres Universltarias, Misss Rosita Palacio, past president of ?v
the Panama Soroptimist Club, Mrs. Berta Healy, president of tho Panama Girl Scouts, Mrs. Eunice del Valle, president of the Colon Soroptimist Clubh Clubhand
and Clubhand Mrs. OtUia Tejelra, vice president of the Panama Soroptimist Club. y, - ;, '
Russia Take Hole:
Vodka Is American
As Pie, Ice Cream
CocktiM Party -At
The Italian Ambassador Dr, Rl Rl-eardo
eardo Rl-eardo Moscati and Mrs.Moscati
will give a. cocktail party this
evening from P.m.. Wt4, p.m.
at the Embassy residence.
' T '-si Jfc-" '..!Ti-'"
Ambassador f Braill
Hanari Architect ,.. :
The i Ambassador of Brazizl io
Panama and Mrs. Aguiuxldo Bou
litreau Fragoso offered a cham-
panada at the Embassy, residence
on Friday evening in honor of Ar Architect,,
chitect,, Architect,, Luis,. Manuel Hernaodes,
during which he recieved the dec
oration "of the National Order of
"El Cruzeiro do Sul." t-4
Dinrur At Atlas. CJukv
' The Doctors' Wives' Club held a
i dinner at the Atlas Ouh last night
in place 'Ot .m t -usual monuuy
; JUrs.. Norman Wiley, president of
l U LUXURY SOAP!
MAJA s cqreiJinp loom, offer
delightful beauty treatment to the
eamptJtuont of lovtly women
We (ragrHc n sophisticated and
lirtjennfl. rflinj .eH.ef the.
pyjferv and excftement ol tunny
' Spam TV;.;
Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, Dr,
and Mrs. James Townsend, Capt.
and 'Mrs.. Gordon Verity, Maj.
and-' Mrs. Frederick Wells, Capt.
and Mrs. Frank Weir, Col. and
Mrs. Carl Woodman, Col. and
Mrs. Norman Wiley, Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Winstead, Dr. and Mrs.
Ramos, Dr. and Mrs. Carrizoz, Dr.
and Mrs. Mendez-zPereira, Dr. and
Mrs. Tapia, Dr. and Mrs Benedet
ti, Dr. and Mrs. Chu. Dr. and
Mrs. Figueroa, Dr. and Mrs.
elbea Assembly Net
Balboa Assembly No.1 1 Order
of the Rainbow for Girla extends
a cordial invitation to the public
to attend its Installation of Offi
cers which will be held tonight
at 7:30 in the Scottish Rite Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, Balboa.
Caroline irkman is the Worthy
Advisor elect and Joanne Barnes
the outgoing Worthy A.d v i o r.
Guest speaker for the evening is
Mr.- Cluver of the American Red
Cross.'' v.. 1 ;-rw;.'
Ope be Malay
Installation,,, a t
a Ralph v Boggs., will rh- installed
Master Councilor of Atlantic Chap Chapter.,
ter., Chapter., Order of DeMolay at an eoen
installation ot officers to be1 held
this evening at the. Gatun Masonic
Tsmnl at 7:00. a.'nlnrkc
fac)r Hammomt?T;M:C.;'1 Bal
boa Chapter, will fee the inatalliag
officer rn the absence or the out outgoing
going outgoing Master Councilor, David 8.
Stanley, who has returned to the
States to continue his schooling.
. The. Rev. Ray M. Blkely, Pas Pastor
tor Pastor of the Gatun Union Church,
-' Representative s ""
3. RUIZ ALVAREZ
P. O. Box !, Panama
tit Cf l SrMO
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a m of cawiauu
IN SUMMER i
the radio- asd the kazoo, but the
United States ; today embraced
rodka as its own.
The American Vodka Council
aaid vodka is "as American as
Mueberry pie and Ice cream."
The council made the historic
pronouncement in a star-spangled
statement inserted in tne congres
sional Record by Democratic Rep.
Walter S. Baring of. Nevada.
"Many Americans remain under
the misconception that vodka is
primarily a Russian drink," the
Hah! The council said Ameri
can vodka "bears very little rela
tionship to the cheaper Russian
product wnm nas tne same
will be the g"ilest speaker. The
traditional flower talk, .a tribute
to mothers, will be given by Les Leslie
lie Leslie W. Croft Jr.. P.M.C.
The officers and members' of
Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order
of the Rainbow for uiris win take
part in the installation as on pre previous
vious previous occasions and will be escort escorted
ed escorted by the new DeMolay Officers.
AH parents and friends are
most cordially invited to attend.
Following the installation ceremo
nies there will be music for danc
ing and refreshments will he serv
ed in the banquet halL
Fun Night To Fele
2 Young Candidates
In Parish Conlesl
a $,V f '4i J
: ', I f
Thi avniriff at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Cecillo Reynolds of
No. 46, Avenlda la, Parque Lere Lere-vre,
vre, Lere-vre, a "Night of Fun" will be
held to further -the candidacy of
Miss Lulsa Reynolds and Ronal Ronal-do
do Ronal-do Hurley, in the King and
Queen contest, being sponsored
by the St. Paul's Episcopal
Church in Its Annual Parish
Several young members of the
Church .are competing fpr.Jhe
Calls For Prayer
tlTTLE ROCK, Ark. (UP)
The Rt. Rev. Robert R, ,Brown,
Episcopal bishop of Arkansas, said
the physical violence at Central
High "cannot for a moment be
condoned by any Christian body"
because it "stabs at the heart of
churchmen and forces a cry of
pain and compassion."
In a letter to his churches, Bish Bishop
op Bishop Brown called on all Episcopal Episcopalians
ians Episcopalians to ''offer hourly prayers for
God's guidance of our leaders in
community,, state and nation."
The violence, he said "urges us
to our knees in shame."
honor in which every organiza organization
tion organization of the parish is participat participating.
ing. participating. The two youngsters are car
rying the "buntings" of the
Knights of St. Paul. ?
The first and only count of
votes is slated for next Friday,
Oct: 4, and the activities will be
termiantea on oct. ib, wun a
The function to which par par-ishoners,
ishoners, par-ishoners, supporters and friends
are invited will get underway at
7:30 this evening.
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famous in London as
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s . the BodyiuMd Britain's
y Kinp and Qumo.
FAMOUS the world over al
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there it. The gia
that ii mignifioently in a
dais of its owa in any
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Nov. 8thf 1957
El Panama Hotel
Overdose Of Sun
Woman In Miami
MIAMI -BEACH UP) Doctors
blamed the death of Mrs. Rose
Litvak, 49, of Pittsburgh, on an
overdose of sunshine.
Mrs. Litvak, a tourist here, was
discovered in a coma after sun
bathing, at a hotel solatium. Doc Doctors
tors Doctors said she had a body temper temperature
ature temperature of 108 when she was brought
to tne Hospital.
They packed her in ice in an
effort to bring down her tempera-ture-but
she died 12 hours later.
One of the physician said the
heat regulating system in her
brain evidently failed to function
properly and her body became
overheated. t I
INFLATION HITS CRIM&
DETROIT (UP) The cost of
crime goes up Friday when mis
deeds involving amounts ujv to
$100 will be only misdemeanors.
The figure used to be $50.
WHY WAS EVERY GUN
COMING SOON I
- with -JACK
FaU Classes Begin October let.
at the Balboa YMCA
Ballet (tha foundation for every field of dance)
; Tap- Toe Limbering A Body Placement v
' Women's classes and Tumbling for "Little Cuys.'
For further Information Phone Balboa 1751
I 'Slim-Lighters I
I B1UDF0RD, PA. i
III Meals taste
DOLORES tni her TRIQ;
- in the Club 4:30 every ;
m Sat and Sun. with,
THS LATIN QUARTET
m-ho iron last Wednesday's
Variety Kight Show. ...y
The BtTOQ, Don Bryant,
ainga Calpso with other
: surprise acts in the
informal Balboa Bar 1 y
LUCH0 AZCARRAQA ..
and Ws trio pTar for the
Orchestra playing in the
Bella Vista Boom
LOPEZ THE MAGICIAN
entertaina all ages at the
Burrfay BRUNCH DANCE,
y 11:30 aJn. to 1:30 p.m..
r.'OW ANOTHER STAR In our NIGHTLY EliTERTAINMENT!
LORD DELICIOUS, u, ;.:
. Calypso alnrer and hla :
Conjunto PANA-TBINIDAD r
Weekdays :30 and 10:30 PA.
Fti. and Eat, and 11:30 pjn. -in
the air-conditioned Bella VUta Room.
with M0DESS ;
New baaea wooess is etmnt '.
with aa exctasrwa aew fabric.,
softer than gauze. It fhwa jam ;
snore abaarbeaey coore comfort
um a proieclioa.
' Only New Desiga Mooeae el-
ten mxS wonderful luxury, anca
extra cennty. Be sore so aae
Mooesa, the aankary proteetioa
that pwti oorrie. TVerxt
aapttne m each btn. '.
Another bigh-quality product of
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Use it on rice! See how delicious it i i-nlh
nlh i-nlh tea food, sphagetti, meat, eggs,
Add Maggi Ketchup to all your meali
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER JS, lm
Champion Braves Get Another Fine $re-World Seri es Pi
Burdette Beats Redlegs
2-1 For 17th Milwaukee
Victory Over Cincinnati
NNEW YORK, Sept. 28 (UP) The champion
Milwaukee Braves got another fine pitching per performance
formance performance from one of them likely World Series
starters last night to beat the Cincinnati Redlegs, 2-1,
before a crown of 21,000 that boosted their home at attendance
tendance attendance to a new record of 2,145,926.
T.w Burdette. likelv starter in' the Cubs with their triurfiph
the Series' second game, pitched while rookie Jack Sanford pitch pitch-,
, pitch-, four-hitter, scoring his 17th1 ed a six-hitter to score his 19th
win. All three runs in the game
Mciilfart frnm hnmpr Andv
Pafko and Del Crandall homer
in a' for the Braves and Wall v
Po?st for the Redlegs. Charley
ov,o .nt. thp rmitP for the
fiedlees. who have dropped 17
Of 20 decisions to Milwaukee.
' The victory also was Mil Mil-r
r Mil-r waukee's 94th the same num number
ber number won by the 1914 Braves,
who swept the Philadelphia
Athletics in the World Series.
t A makeshift New York Yankee
lineup minus Mickey MantleJ
Bill Skowron and Gil Mcdou Mcdou-gald
gald Mcdou-gald pounded out .15 hits to
romp over the Boston Rd Sox,
10-2, in the major leagues' only
Bob Turley, tuning up for a
World Series- tart, struck out
eight and allowed two hits in
seven innings as he gained his
13th victory. Harry Simpson
knocked in four runs and Tony.
Kubek and Andy Carey each
had three hits in the Yankee as assault.
sault. assault. Ted Williams, who has
clinched his fifth A.L. batting
title, walked In the first In
ninr and grounded out in the
third before leaving the game.
His average dipped a point to
;'The Chicago Cubs defeated
the St Louis Cardinals, 3-2, and
the Philadelphia Phillies beat
the Brooklyn Dodgers,. 3-2, 1n
the only other National League
games. Pinch-hitter Eddie Haas
. itauhled noma Boh SDeakt in
'0r eighth Inning, to ; provide
U.CUL 16 Illinois ''
San Jom 8t 27 Denver M
Citadel 13 Geo. Washington
Ken m.iBi..nUM ii
wasnDurn 33 Uftana .
mwr wvi u 1 at Yankee Stadium last Monday
West Chester 82 King's (P0 W;night-broke his silence and told
Chattanooga 6 ADuene cnnst. g j
East. Michigan S3 m. Normal W
Tarkio, Gol. 39 Central (MoJ
Central Col. (la.) 6 Simpson 0
San Jom 37 Oakland S
Nebraska, Wes. 12 Chadron Te.
Ft alley vs. Alabama St.
i (Cancelled, bad weather).
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1 Sam Esposito homered in the
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j Harshman and the Chicago
White Sox a 2-1 decision over
the Cleveland Indians, Roy
Sievers connected for his 42nd
homer as the Washington sena
tors bowed to tne -Baltimore
Orioles and the Kansas City A's
spoiled Jim Bunning's bid for
his 20th victory when they beat
the Detroit Tigers, 9-7, m Ajmer
ican League night games.
To Appeal To
NEW YORK (UP) Dispelling
a'nv uncertainty, promoter Jim
Noris stated definitely today that
an anoeal of the monopoly deci
sion against tne international
Boxing Club wil be taken soon to
the United States Supreme uourt,
That move doubtlessly will per
mit the IBC to stage return
Carmen Basilio Jtay j Robinson
middleweight titla fight ext ye r
Sugar Ray hinted Wednesday ne
would try to recapture tha crown
It iwasbite Militant discuss-,
lng the potsibilitiea 01 a return
Basilio Robinson match that he
disclosed -the appeal. His disclo-
ura was made at St. Clare's Hos
pital. ma Quarters for nearly a
month because of a heart condi
tion. He is expected to leave the
hospital Monday. ,
Maanwhil., Robinson who lost
the middleweight crown to Basilio
reporters, ,I have a costract for
a return title fiuht. And I suffered
no injuries that would prevent my
fighting hardly a mark.'
But ha refused to be Dinned
down to a definite announcement
that he will try to recapture the
crownfor the fifth time.
Cool Hygienic Light
Porous Will outlast
H. D0EL, S. A.
(BMd on 400 official at bats)
Player and C. G..AB.R. H.Pct.
Musial, St. Xi. 134 3U2 Mi 178
im m in ivi
14a CIO 118 198 .325
148 603 96 195 .323
Groai. Pitts. lZi 495 58 157 .317
Sch'ndienst.M. 148 639 91 199 .311
Ashburn. Phil. 154 617. 92 185 00
Hodges, Bk'n 148 574 92 171 .298
Moon, St. L. 40 514 86 152 .296
Long, Chi. 129 415 54 123 .296
J Amorican League
Williams, Bos 130 415 ; 96 160 .386
Mantle, JI,Yi 144 474 121 lt3 65
Woodling, Cle. 132 425 ? 74 136 20
Fox, Chi. 153 610 108 193 ,316
Boyd. Bait. 139 479 71JL50 ,313
Minoso, Chi. 151 562 96 172 06
Skowron, N. Y, 122 457' 55 139 .304
Sievers, Wash. 150 568 99 172 .303
Kubek, N.Y. 24 428 56 128 .299
Kaline, Det. 147 566 82 167 .295
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Malzone, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
PITCHING W L Pcf,
(asa 011 13 cMcisions)
Donovan, Whve ox 16 C ,727
Buhl, Braves 18 7 .720
Sturdivant, Yaqkjf. 15 6 .714
Bunning, Tigers 19 I .704
saniord, Fays 19 I .704
DETROIT (UP) British Em Em-ire
ire Em-ire light heavyweight champion
von Durella soundly whipped
German heavyweight Willi Bes Bes-manoff
manoff Bes-manoff Wednesday night, but may
have hurt his cause in the chase
for a title fight with Archie
Durelle, 177, took a unanimous
decision from Besmanoff. 189. at
Olympia Stadium in a nationally nationally-televised
televised nationally-televised bout witnessed by a
paying crowd of 1,044 with gate
receipts totaling only $1,760.
Durelle had been sensational
here in Jun$ In nearly knocking
out Tony.' Anthony to a 10 round
draw. After Moore kayoed Antho
ny In seven rounds last Friday,
the ancient one named the 25.
year-old Durelle as his next foe.
Dturelle, three years older than
the bigger and stockily-built Bes Besmanoff
manoff Besmanoff of Much, had lots of
trouble in the first five rounds.
Durelle had gone into battle
hoping to knock out and outclass
the German and set up the big
gate Moore demands.
"I tried to knock him out a cou couple
ple couple of times," the French Cana Canadian
dian Canadian fisherman from Baie Ste.
Marie, N.B., said. "But I have to
admit, I don't think I could, it
didn't bother him much."
WHY DID HATE STALK
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Today Encanto 35, J20
Gregory Peck In
Gene Kelly In
Today IDEAL .25 .15
Merle Oberon In
"AFFAIR in MONTECARLO"
Patricia Medina In
ALADDIN HIS LAMP
OverIan4 Wagoa TraO
Bunth Of Cripples' May Go
Against Braves, Frets Casey
L v7 II
f 1 i r x II
BIDING HIS TIME'. Yankee Tight -fielder Hank Bauer Is
watching as Red Sox slugger. Ted Williams' fourth inning,
home run sails into the, stands at Yankee Stadium. The cir circuit
cuit circuit swat marked Ted's fourth homer in as many official
times at tjat.
L.A. City Council Reported
LOS ANGELES' (TTPV Tha Lot
A nrt.U. nt PMinnil wtiiAii last
nwgcica vivj vuuv.a tt fea
week, with nuizaa Dj,,a vota ot
11-4 adopted, a proposal,, tooiier
ine urooKiyn woagers nome
here., todav was reported .waver
ing on, final adoption ef tha invi invitation.
tation. invitation. t
Sources close to the Council
said that unless the councilmen
are engulfed in a flood of enthu enthusiasm
siasm enthusiasm for major league' baseball
it may not swing the necessary 10
votes to adopt an ordinance giv
ing Brooklyn President Walter O' O'-Malley
Malley O'-Malley a 300-acre tract in Chavez
itavine as a site for a 10-million-dolar
stadium to house the ball
Spearheading the opposition to
the proposal as it now stands was
Councilman John C. Holland. He
gained strong support for his mo-
"m that before the citv finallv
treed to give O'Malley the site
ha wants the city to get an ap
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PARAISO :15 t:SS v
CAMP BIERD :!$ :2
praisal ef the land's value and
also of Wxigley Field., the. base
ball parkvof the Dodger wned
Loty Angeles club,, which the fity
wouja rf qeiva ,w excjiange..
Observers said that members of
the City Council have been. da
used with letters from nersons
obiectlnf to tha (ranting of ihe
site to O'Malley while proponent
were luuett- mto Deiievmg tnat the
exchange was all, but made when
the city last week voted to author
ize its representative, Harold C
McClellan, te place its proposal
Deiore U Mauey tor consideration.
its up to those, favoring ma ma-Jor
Jor ma-Jor league baseball, and willing to
back the plan O'Malley wasts to
make their views known to the
councilmen. a veteran City Hall
observer said. "If they don't show
the councilmen that the city wants
major league baseball then it s
going to be difficult to pass the
final ordinance." 1
Center Theatres Today
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San. "Tha Big Boodle
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e Katharine Hepburn
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"GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY
W YORK (UP)Casev,Sten
gel fretted today that the Yankees
may be forced to use "a bunch
of cripples'! against Milwaukee
and he offered the' re m i n d-e r
''YOU know What hannpTMH thu
last time we went; into a eWorld
senea tnat way." i
In case VOUr memnrv Is rilntv
the Yankees lost the 1.955 .World
Series to the Dodgers when, Mick
ey Manue,' Hank Bauer,: and Irv
Noren all came .up with assorted
physical ailments d u ring that
classic, w v
Stengel's two chief worrier this
time are Mantle and Bill, Skow-
ron and he also la concerned over
me v conmuon of Gil McDougald
"u ogi tsera. ...
'bkowron's back. T so ha A h
won't be able to CO to Rnstnn with
lie 'tnrlair Gf.m.li v
know if he'll be ready to play in
lhe tSeries; And"u! he ain't that'll
iiuii us pieuiy.'- ; . ( ;-
Mantle IS,; addlntf WrlnHo. tn
Stengel's brow because his left
ieg is acung up again- I ;
The trouble with McDnn paid anil
Berra appears to be plain weari
ness na ootn or tnem probably
will' see little action during the
club's final threp-eama iserie. in
Boston, starting Friday. ;
Stengel, however. Isn't alnn In
troubles because Milwaukee J has
us snare oi cripples, also,
Ked Schoendienst is operating
on a pair of swollen, black-and-blue
ankles: Johnnv ; Tpan' in.
jured 1 leg is- far from sound yet;
bod nazie is still suffering pain
from a pitch he took in the back
during a recent Pittsburgh series:
and Frank Torre keeps applying
ice pai-Ks 10 nis oruisea and swo
len right hand. Wednesdav the
braves club physician recom recommended
mended recommended that Bill Bruton be keot
out of the Series- because of a knee
injury suffered July IV k
"Looks like v a great geriei,
Stengel eomented wryly. "May "May-he
he "May-he we ought to start it at Lenox
hiu Hospital instead of here at
Yankee Stadium.' v
CTN ha announced the fol
lowing major league baseball
broadcast schedule for the pe
riod September 28 through Octo October
ber October io. Any changes in: the
broadcast schedule will be an
nounced ; xjver Panorama each each-night
night each-night at 6:45. 't
sept. 29: 'Pittsburgh Pirates
vs New York Gianta at 1 p-mr"-1
Tne worio series scneauie u
Oct. l: world Series preview
at 2:30 p.m.
Oct. 2: Milwaukee vs New York
Yanks at Yankee Stadium i at
Oct. 3: Milwaukee vs New York
Yanks at Yankee Stadium at
11:55 am. r
Oct. 4: No fame.,
Oct. 5: Milwaukee y New
York Yanks at County Stadium
at 155 p.m.
Oct. 7: Milwaukee vs New York
Yanks at County stadium lit
1:55 p.m. (If necessary).
Oct. n: No game. trZ
Oct. 9: Milwaukee V New
York Yanks at County Stadium
at 11:55 ajn. (if necessary). .'
Oct. 10: Milwaukee v New
York Yanks at county Stadium
at 11:55 a.m. (ir necessary).
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1957
Holler Guy's Jpl) Is Fffled
By Quietest Man On Squad
y HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEAV-BefowRed
phnnri:Tist was obtained from
the Giants, Fred Haney constant
iv hi reminded that aU tne
Braves required was a holler, guy
in t infield. '
Louring back on Schoendienst I
tremendous performance. Manager
I4nv ha to laugh.
"They said we needed a noisy
guy," he says, "and the quietest
man on the squad did the job,
Schoendienst gave the Milwaukee
club numerous things it lacked be
fore he reported an acompusn
ri second baseman and a switch
littina laxri jff man With DOWer.
among them. He wrapped the In Infield
field Infield together, but most important
of all was that the Braves gladly
accepted him as an id pro ana
n.tnrii lnder on the field.
Haney was smart enough to let
Schoendienst handle pracucaiiy ev:
rvthine but the removal of pitch'
rs, whom the Cardinals': one-time
Huckleberry Finn steadied with a
quiet word and a little pat on the
backside. Schoendienst waved, out outfielders
fielders outfielders in and out and to the right
r left, etc.
With Schoendienst's steadying in influence,
fluence, influence, the Braves undoubtedly
would haVe prevat'ed a yearago.
Recalling that frightfully disap disappointing
pointing disappointing finish In St. Louis, where
the Tribe lost the pennant on the
final day, the Braves say in uni unison,
son, unison, "Schoendienst wouldn't let us
lose." ' '
. The'Braves' victory is a tribute
to Haney and the club's farm sys system,
tem, system, which is the best in the
business. When help was needed
worst, up came the left-hand slug slugging
ging slugging Bob Hazle to hat better than
.400 and. Don McMahon for more
than 30 relief appearances.
Although Sudsville suffered more
serious injuries than any other
major league outfit five regulars
were out throughout one protract protract-t
t protract-t stretch Haney never paiuck
edi He just went on turning in a
Joe McCarthy-type of managing,
getting the most out of what he
On one eastern trip, he had
Johnny- Demerit; a bonus kid who
had never, before played in orga-
nized basebaU, in eenter; neia ana
Catcher Del Crandall in right.
; With all the bumps and bruises.
Haney.; would sit in a hotel grill
and say in1 that rich voice of his,
"Forget, the injuries. "Sure, they
hurt. But "! the fact isx, you don't
1 win a pennant unless you nave a
I team of 25 -players that can-absorb
I serious injuries. 'Yotf' wiiP with' a
V tpo eluh. If .we ilosewe'U have
f i no exeneea.'M iwo ifaniO tit
. As a matter of fac .Haney was
' further handicapepd .by havingv no
V ScheikU enst x ,,
than 23 nlavers. for he was
saddled by two bonus babies, De
merit and uatcner bod layior.
Yet he was making it clear right
then that he-j would have no alibi
if the Braves failed again.
-This despite the fact that -both
Haney and General Manager -John
J. Quinn probably would have
been t washed out of the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee picture by another flop.1 Not
that Lou Perinl wouldn't under understand
stand understand and would, be dissatisfied,
but .the, owner :-raight' have had to
placate frustrated Wisconsin fans.
Now Fred Haney i most likely
will, be elected .Manager-, of-the-
Year andi under the circumstances
justly so.'j-.';.''.. -i ;',-;'.
A nas so irequenuy Deen uem uem-onitratftd'
onitratftd' uem-onitratftd' w4ienmadtMiefor
baseball fla g 'go .Tight i dowtf to
the, wire, the J difference between
success and failure is-minuts. '- i
nr.uvr.no mi... tv,. t. a w. wh wra warden th team and Individual ; troDhles by the JTort'OUUP'-worn-
en' BowllM Leawe league. -They are (left to right) Joanne
F?rde?Maryffi Dea Conner1 Mlckey Depron' "ISpASS
Mnnegan, Frances Gilbert, Ibel Lopez1 Russea, and Anltpassons. Army Photo)
Defense Could Present
Problems For Braves
In The World Series
(This Is the third anal last dls dls-atch
atch dls-atch eomparlnp Ihe New Yent
Yankees and Milwaukee Braves.
This dispatch cemstarlngthe
New York Yankees and Mi I wan wan-kte
kte wan-kte Braves. This, dlpatch com com-pares
pares com-pares the teams' skfenses bench
strength, speed, aitd spirit).
'., ly FRID
NEW YORK. Sent.- 27 (UP)-
Defense is probably the New York
Yankees' outstanding feature but
it could present some promemi lor
the- Milwaukee Braves in the
World Series, v
TJawnaMi 4ltis 'tMAal-
neet of the Series is the fact that
so few players, have, eve played
in their rivals, home park.i This
is oouna to cause Doin.ieams aome
trouble and it could cause the
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Braves a lot because their stadium
is more conventional than Yankee
The trouble spots in the vsst
three tiered Yankee Stadium are
left and centter fields and it so
happens that the Braves aren't; spe specially
cially specially strong defensively in either
territory and the tricky 'afternoon
spot.; Can Wes Covington or Andy
Pafko roant deep enough to lefts
handle both the vast center field
territory and the tricky afternoon
If It turns eut they can't, the
raves are aetna to b Sjivinf
away seme rime usually fa
tal pastime wnen playing the
Yankees. If .they can, the Brave
heiiltfn?leo the eerier en de
fense because they are reaatMak-'
ly sail-in tn ether Important
Both teams" have food double
play combinations. Gil McDougald,
a star at three Positions, ii likelv
10 piay au or most of tne series
at shortstop and he'll make the
D.P. whether he's paired with Bob-
ny mcnarason; Tony-Kubek or
Gerry Coleman. Red Schoendienxt.
key man of the Milwaukee infield,
i no snoruiop jonnny JLOgan shape
up on a par. t
At the voints. the Yankeea arc
proDSBly stranger with their nla
toong ef third and first basemen
although Fred Haney can always
sub Frank Torre for Joe AHrort
io get outstanding defense at first.
ine catcners Yogi Berra. Del
Rice and Del Crandall
enougn to oe rated even.
The man to watch from the
Schoendienst. He directs almost
every defensive alignment, moving
infielders and outfielders around
iixe we always thought the man
sger was supposed to do. Casey
Stengel attend to this sort of
wig-wagging ior ,tj,t Yankees.
ah ease must b mnrAA
the Yankees in general outlook be because
cause because of their Brevioui MMrinu
in Series competition and that
xanaee mmd" which is condi conditioned
tioned conditioned to think that all the breaks
wil go their wav. But the Rr..
muat have shaken whatever ner
vousness they had during their
wu-uui onve to tne National
League flag and some N.L. ob-
errera uuni; t s t irr September
uumy .waa a gooa uung ior them.
The. reasenlnt Uhlnd this It
that the Breves ae ierded as
a "streaky team. With that bad
slump eat e their systems, the
leelc tee, the Breves sheald he
e the riae Hr the Series."
The Yankees nlav mn hit...
run than the Bravta and .i.
.o vikdu nas we versatile re
tire su-eugin avaiiaoie to Sten Sten-fel
fel Sten-fel One N.L. mimr lit..
describe the Braves as "a singu singularly
larly singularly unresonrceful" tm u. .....
that explains why Haney it some-
umea accused or Ditntin tvn m...u
He's got to hit away or bunt ae-
vviuiiiS iu uui manager.
One last item -What about a
"choke-un?' yrfci. j- -.."
! ii ntr ircmi io make
sense in a World Seriea Anr .11
1 ..oiwc wciwcth we winning
land losing shares In a Series is
( about .$3,000. The differece be be-,tweea
,tweea be-,tweea winning and losing a pen-
Fort Kobbe Narrows Field
In Search For Boxing Talent
By Pft. CLIFF HARDII
. Fert Kobbe. PIO
KoBbe continued narrowing down
tha field in ita search for top box
ing talent last week. At the end
of the third night of fighting only
two men, middleweight Private
First Class Nick Cologna, of Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters Company, 2nd Battalion
and welterweight Private First
Class Robert Brooks of G Com Company,
pany, Company, had won three consecutive
Cologna, With three diclsions to
his credit, continues to improve
with every fight and in outpoint outpointing
ing outpointing private First Class Clarence
James of B Company Monday
nieht. came within an ace of
knockout.- He has big punch and
it looks as though no one at Kob
be can match him. "V
Brooks added a TKO to his two
previous 'decisions Monday night,
as Jie' stopped" Private R ota h d
Moore of Heavy Mortar company
in 1:23 of The second round. Moore
started strong and had the edge
In the ooening frame. In the sec
ond. though he tried badly and
the ficht was called.
. Right behind Cologna and Brooks
come four fighters with two wins
each Private First Class Steven
Dunmore and Private John Click
of G Company, and private First
Class Lawrance Curtis and Spe
cialist Third Class -Bookert Cros
by of F Company. v
The F company boxers have
been impressive in both fights
Curtis, tall for a welterweight, bad
a tnree-incn neignt advantage on
Field & Stream
HOW MUCH SHOULD
TAILS Bl DOCKID?
By JOE STITS0N
i r t trie ', .VT-
' New ander
Acres frera the
. EI Panama" BeUI ;
Tails of puppies of many breeds
sre docked some terriers, spa
niels, Bostons, shorthairi, dobes
and many others.
The question, for the novice
breeder is. "How much?" Nor csn
veterinarians always know the 1 1-deal
deal 1-deal length of each particular
If it is expected that a doe may
be shown, the tail should be dock
ed in accordance with the accept accepted
ed accepted breed practice. If the dog is to
be used in the field, consideration
should be given to other, factors.
Supposing, for example, a dark
or medium dark German short-
hair pup had a white area just
beyond the usual docking point. It
would be my inclination to include
a white tin en the remaining stub
to add to the dog's visibility in
the tit a. such a flag adds to a
dog's style on point, too, and in
some substitute for the absent por portion
tion portion of the tail. ; -,
Field fanciers of the spaniel
clan believe in leaving more tail
than their bench fancier brethren.
This adds to tail action bench bench-docked
docked bench-docked tails being sometimes so
short as to be lost in the feather
of the hindquarters. -
This is good, but only to a point.
By the simple application of phy
sics, given the same amount of
wagging energy and desire, a long
er tail cannot be moved as fast
as a shorter one; It- does, howev however,
er, however, move through a longer arc.
There is a happy compromise
on tail length that will allow for
good visibility and fast action.
U.r in Ik. w
acts, WW, i. Miv vi. lllicu-!
lar dogs, there may be a slight
modification of length that would
include a lighter colored or- white
tip. )' n
I The -man with the short- legg
; strain is on a spot A long tail ex-j
sggerstes shortness of leg and,
1 since spaniel's tail is carried
level with the back, it can add no-;
thing of stature to the dog's, ap appearance.
pearance. appearance. Here, also, a. com pro-
mise should be made.
1 Mistakes on the long side can ;
be corrected by a simple opera operation
tion operation under anaesthesia.
Mistakes o the short side must
be worn, though they -will never
constitute a weighty problem.
Private First Class Wilbur Ther Ther-snce
snce Ther-snce of D Company, and an ad advantage
vantage advantage in reach to match.
The taller man dominated from
the opening bell, and floored Ther Ther-ance
ance Ther-ance for an eight-count midway
through the opening stanza. Round
two was the same story ; Curtis
had just too many guns and aft after
er after 20 seconds it was all over.
Crosby hooked up in a rough,
mauling duel with Specialist Sec Second
ond Second Class Bobby Prince of the
U.S. Army Signal Servlfie, Fort
Clayton. Prince, one of three Clay Clayton
ton Clayton boxers to cross the Canal and
join in th,e program, fought the
2nd Battalion representative on
even terms for one round but from
the second on, rape burns on his
back told the stdryv,
.The Cavaliers' other two repre representatives,
sentatives, representatives, Specialist Second Class
Don Callanan, 534th. MP Compa Company
ny Company end Specfalist.Thifd Class lor-
... : 11.!.. 1 i I v. m
ing winaoiaae 01 me u.b. Army
Signal Service, fought a s 1 a m-
bang, you-plck -.'em heavyweight
battle that had the ovenlow crowd
in an uproar, i ,- t .'.
Callanan drew first blood oft he
night, smearing Windblade's nose
and cutting him around the
mouth. A series of stinging left
jabs did the trick. Windblade went
down twice in the opening round,
came back to fight on even terms
in the second and won the third.
On a split decision. Callanan got
the nod. Windblade's strong finish
couldn't quite offset -those early
Fights -will continue to be held
every Monday night at Fort Kob
be s Hangar 4.
I t's an
'STAND FAST g gp;
...now in the
tall triangular ggjP
MOTTA Y MOTTA, LTDA.
EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC
OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT ACCEPTING
ING ACCEPTING CARGO FOR WEST COAST OF
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To Colombia, Ecuador, Peru & Chile TO NEW YORK
CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE
To West Coast Central
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From U. S. Pacific & West Coast
Central' America to the Panama Canal
...Oct.15 SANTA FE .. .. ....
Nov. 4 SANTA ANITA .1...
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. .Net. i
CRISTOBAL 21 3f
C L A SSI F I EDS
i' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
, FOR INFORMATION' TELEPHONE
, ) ,THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
V aj j m -aj -PBtakMb. & etaana I I I ..aam lOkaBBMMtew
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PHILLIPS Oeeanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Bex. MM Pana'
ma, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal J-WJ.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
beach house, ene mil patr Caf
tine. Phone Balboa 1166.
Far reservation at Shrapnel't San Santa
ta Santa Clara, aho regarding aala at
re party. Phone Thompion, Bal
FOR RENTt Saaca for effic.
Compaftia de Seauro building in
Campo Alogro. : Air conditioned,
lavator, cloanarman, big space
for aarking '26 M2. Tal 3-0130.
FOR HINTs Spaeioua lira for
oHiea, $100.00. lair 23rd
street Bit No. 24-72, firtf floor.
Phono 2-2718, Quifano.
FOR RENT: Slto for oHica,
$50.00, Eatt 22nd ttroot Bit No.
2, abovo "Case Yohrot."-Phono
FOR RENT: Localo for ttoro
and office, Poni Avenue No. 65,
ground floor and top floor, 400
motor tpece. Phono 2-2718,
Quiiano. ' -''.'
FOR RENT: Two bedroom cha chalet,
let, chalet, completely furnished, op opposite
posite opposite "Urbaniiacion Lot Ange Angela".
la". Angela". Terrace, garage, living-dinning
room, maid's room with
bathroom, kitchen, laundry room,
garden and yard. Phone 3-2870.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bed bed-raome
raome bed-raome chalet, 2 porches, yard,
etc. qith Frigidalre, stove, etc.
Good for two couple. San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. $120.00. Call 3-2930 or
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
ewimming pool-' and electricity,
$100.00 at Corre Aaul, Phono
w 2-2711. Quiiano. h c
UP TO HIS OLD TRICKS AGAIN that's Red Skelton in
RKO's "Public Pifeon No. 1." Janet Blair shakes her head
over Red's financial difficulties in this scene from the
Technicolor comedy at the LUX Theatre. Vivian Blaine is
' Guaranteed return of over 9. Selling
Cuentas Comerciales and Finanzas prci er erred
red erred shares at attractive discount. Have com common
mon common shares also if desired. Phone Panama
3-4911 or 3 7343.
I FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST -falwayj
on CANADA DRY
; "High-Ball without Canada Dry
:' Ij Foul-Ball"
ATTENTION, O. I.I Jul built
modem famished apartments, I,
2 bodrooms, bet, cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT Modern apartment,
furnished Second Avenue No.
39, San Francitca. Phone 3 3-1221.
1221. 3-1221. FOR RENT: Furnithed apart apart-men.
men. apart-men. Pirquo Lofevre, Calla 8a,
No. 4. Tel. 3-3887.
FOR RENT: Small fumiihed
apartment in belt residential
lection. Near, but stops. 43rd
Street No. 13,'
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished
apartment.' Porch, parlor-dlnlng-reom,
bedroom; kitchen. Tiled.
All screened. $550.00, apply No.
112 Via Belisario Porras. Near'
FOR RENT. Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 clasets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phono 3-1423.
FOR RENT, A three-bedroom
apartment, with two bath living living-room
room living-room with own bath, washrobs,
garage, and hot water facilities.
For further dbtailt call Panami
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonzales
N., S. A., or apply to the apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1 In Ave. Eutebio A
Morales No. 4, "El Cangrejo."
FOR RENT: 2 bodVoom apart
ment, living .room, dining room,-)'
maid't bathroom, garage, hot
w.-r insMllntion, $1 15.00. Eu-
' No. 5.
Phone 2-2718, Quiiano.
itfc'NT: I bedroom apart-
r- nt. furnithed,' $75.00, 44th
street Eatt No. 22 Phono 2 2-2718,
2718, 2-2718, Quijane. i
"";MT-- bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, $65.00, Second
street Carrasquilla No. 35. Phone
. FOR RENT f Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, two bedroom, living dining
'room, maid' room. Ave. Porras
FOR RENT Furnished apart apart-A
A apart-A ment, military inspected. Via Pe Pes'
s' Pes' rrat No. 99. Telephone 8-2068.
K' !' t' ft
LKAvn yon An wrrn okb op our
INTERNAL. OK PUBUCACIONES No.
n .i. ttmmtt a n n f
PABMAC1A LUX 1M Centtal Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J.
VAN-DKR-JlnWUj Btreat No. FABMACIA EL BATURBO Parana
the Bella Vlste Tnaatro. COLONt
FOR SALE: 1957 Fairlane 500.
radio, safety-pack wsw 4-door,
town Victoria, low mileage,
$2400. 249-A, Gatun, Tel. 5-
FOR SALE: 1956 Chevrolet,
Model 210, 4-door sedan, black
and white, low mileage, power
glide. May be teen at Qt't. 554 554-A,
A, 554-A, Curundu Heights or telephone
FOR SALE: 1952 Hudson
. Wasp. First class mechanical
-condition,. Duty paid. Panama 3-
3168 after 2:00 p.m.
FOR SALE1: 1955 Opel ttation
' wagon,' 25 cycle Wettinghoute
refrigerator, many other house household
hold household articles, pair marmoset
monkeys, orchid plants, 9 to 5
Saturday and Sunday. Phone
Navy 3103, 2548-C Seaforthia
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Montclaire 2-door, hard top, t
blue and white. Recent complete
tune-up, new rubber, fully
equipped $2250, will consid'er
smaller Older car as part pay payment.
ment. payment. Call 86-2231, duty 86 86-3134
3134 86-3134 Qtrt.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 26 ft., cabin sedan
"Sea Breeze". No. 631 can bo
inspected at Panama Canal Yacht
Club. Mercury 100 h.p. marine
conversion speed 17 knott. Price
$1600.00. For further informa information
tion information call Cristobal 3297.
FOR SALE: Racing boat with
tuper Mercury engine. Trailer.
All in excellent condition. Phone
FOR SALE: 12 ft. boat and
trailer, spare tire, fire extin extinguisher.
guisher. extinguisher. Very cheap. Coca Solito
64-C. Phone 024.
FOR SALE 1952 Harley-Da-vidcon
74, good condition, $225.
Phone 3-f33. House 3.7 J -A
New tristoaah -w v r
1. 1, sunt t.
(Across Banco Nacional)
Gibraltar f Ue Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama J-055J
TRANSP0RTES IAXTER. S. A.
Packers Shitiport Mevare
Phones 2-2451 22562
Uarn Ridinf at
PANAMA RISING SCHOOL
Ridinf Jentemfl Classes dairy
lit! Phone 2-2451
or hy aooointmtnt.
Tryouts To Be Held
Next Week For Hew
Theater Guild Play
The Theatre Guild's next play
will he "The Reluctant Debutan Debutante"
te" Debutante" by William Douglas Home, it
was announced today.
Tryouts will be held Wednesday
and Thursday, Oct 2 and 3, be beginning
ginning beginning at 7:30 at the Guild Play Playhouse
house Playhouse in An con.
The play, scheduled to be pre presented
sented presented during the week of Nor.
18, will be under the direction of
Miss Claude Aycocr.
The cast is made up of seven
people, 3 men and 4 women. They
are the "Reluctant Debutante,"
her mother and father, another
debutante,-ber mother, and two
The play is a comedy in a Lon
don setting, and there is much hi
larity during the unfolding of the
plot. It has faeen successful
stage presentation la New York
and Loadon, and has had popu popular
lar popular run' on the "straw hat" cir circuit
cuit circuit this past summer, with Den Dennis
nis Dennis King playing the part of the
. WHY WAS KX
- with -JACK
agents Ob our offices at is-37
8 Letteiy Piau- CA8A ZAU0O Ctnlnl
.1 .... -. I I m. a, BU7ftl fl
Central Avenue 12.164 Tel, 43a t
Cowet Venetian blinds, curtain
and drapery,' upholstery, modern
fabrics, bedspreads, : slipcovers.
Great price reduction for this
month only, .DECORACIONES
ROBERTO. Via EspanV Tel. 3 3-4904.
4904. 3-4904. Get our free book "The
Curtain Book."1 :5;'f;, ',.
FOR SALELeaying the coun country
try country telling; New Hi-Fi console,
Cadillac car, fish tank And stand,
water heater, white tewing ma machine
chine machine bureau and mirror,- small
desk nd chair. Phone 3-3084.
. Corner' Ave. Mexico. Calla 40
No. 3-05. V... :
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
x12". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco V Alfaroria, S.
A., Via Espafia No. 37-40.
FOR SALE: 1957 Motorola Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi console, Lime Oak, 60 cyl,
used two months. Tel.-2-3537.
FOR SALE. Two 25 cycle roc roc-ord
ord roc-ord players. 4 fractional house house-power
power house-power 25 cycle eleetrio, motors.
Pair new gat welding gauges.
- 2500-watt electric light plant.
r Throe 25 cycle electric fans. Bat Battery
tery Battery charger, garage type Tun-
.gar. 25 or 60 cycle. RCA Tele-
vision, 25 or 60 cycle.' Amper Amper-meter
meter Amper-meter 100 ADC. Two tlx volt
automobile generators. Deep Sea
rod and reel. See at 2625-B, Co Cocoli.
coli. Cocoli. Phone Pedro Miguel 333.
FOR SALE: RCA portable Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi phonograph, bleached oak.,
finish, good condition, 25 cycle,
$90; 793X La Boca Road, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. ,.
FOR SALE: 1941 International
one ton pick-up truck, eleetrio
drill Vl inch, portable taw, disa
lander, battery charger, Royal
typewriter 14 inch carriage, Scr Scr-vel
vel Scr-vel 60 or 25 cycle refrigerator.
FOR SALE: G. E ; refrigerator,
radio console, G. I. fan all 60 -cycle.
Rattan furniture and 1955
4-door Chevrolet. All good eon-
dltlon. Pen; 3,6825. vr i i
FOR SALE: RCA deluxe console I
television with beam antenna, 60
cycle, Wettinghoute automatic
washer $90, 3 place Rattan liv living
ing living room tot $50. Phono Navy
3169. '. '"V.7
FOR SALE: Practice plane
$100. Balboa 2-1744,
FOR SALE : Cocker Spaniel
puppies in Mariano Arosemene
No. 39 Apt. 3 upstairs "La Vi Vide"
de" Vide" drug store.
. Get set for more laughs than Jerry Lewis ever gave
yoa before vbeB yoa see him as THE. DELICATE DELIN DELINQUENT
QUENT DELINQUENT which OPENS AT THE CENTRAL ON OCTOBER
-fl- HTKEET, PANAMA. UBKER1A rejKClADO-f Wree!
Ave 45 LOUBDES rHAKMACx Inz ia umraiuiin e inninnvir
f oiir-i? ? Fiuii NfT a a P ARMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS-148 Central Aye
" rV di A No 1 tOTO DOMy-Jil Meni Ave. end 33 St FARMACIA
UfevtV 1 Mtoeal VWLACIA "-SAS" Vla Porree 111 MOVED AOEB ATOM B-i
FOR SALE Drexel ; bedroom 5
tot, maple bedroom set,, Swedish
' dining table and chairs, : book bookcases.
cases. bookcases. Call 3-6286 after 5:00
FOR' SALE:-Apartment build- t
ing, "San Jote", Rio Abajo No..'
2182, Esparia 'Aenue. Inquire
tame building. 1
BECAUSE I've decided to live
. in the United States, I will tell
f my Santa Clara Beach property. -"
8 acres, 5 furnished houses.
.Shop building, 2 wells with motor
and windmill. See Forero at San San--
- San-- ta Clara or write Geneve Shrapnel
1529 North Allen Avenue, Pa Pasadena,
sadena, Pasadena, California.'
Constructors opportunity, $30,-.
000 modern chalet, exclusive
'area exchanged for $13,000
construction 3-33 1 9.
Lt. Col.Tj, E. Cole
Of Army Section
iLt Col. Tom E.- Cole has been
named as the new executive ofih
cert of the Insneetor, General sec
tion U.S, Army Caribbean, sue-
ceeaing u.. toi. wuuam E. Cheat-
man, Headquarters USARCARIB
Cheatham has been assigned to
tne KentucKy AHutary District.
Before taking over his new po
sition, Cole was assigned to the
U.S. Army Instructor vGroup at
Mississippi Southern College, Hat-
Born in Santa Ana. Cal.. 'the
colonel, was graduated from the
University of California in 1936 and
after entering thg Army attended
the coast Artillery school and. the
Invites you to try their
' ..YWa'likg Jt!
1 Across from the
"El Panama. Hotel -o
3-minute car Wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5, Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears. i
The : best dinners end drinks
ere served in our! modern air-
condition ec) cafeteria, grill end
bar. Hotel International "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata $ da Mayo.
SLIP COVER TIME: Cushions,
Sofas, Chairs, Lowest prices in
town, Free pick up and delivery.
Call for Estimate Panama 3 3-4628,
4628, 3-4628, Colon 1484. S
For the best In TV and electric f
'repairs, telephones Panama 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Televislon.AII serv service
ice service C. O. D.
Choir Al Calhedral
The public is invited to hear the
St. Christopher's Choir Guild from
Rio Abajo at service of Evening
Prayer and -in a concert of reli religious
gious religious music at the Cathedral of
St. Luke Ancon, homorrow at 4
p.m. ' 1
; This cnoir of 30 singers is un
der the direction, of Hugh Adams,
a. local musician, who has been
training them for: the past year.
They have been well received in
previ6us concerts in Panama and
at .St. Andrew's Church, Cocoli.
The program will include Bari Baritone
tone Baritone solo by Cecil Miller; a sopra
no solo by Miss Lydia Lopez; a
baritone solo by Edwin Seales;
choral 1 anthem by the C h o i r
Guild, and a tenor solo by Alber Alberto
to Alberto E. Smith. j f
T' v -JN f
The organists accompanying the
choir and soloists are Miss Ber Ber-niee
niee Ber-niee hrry and Robejt Weeks.;;
- Thr concert is being sponsored
by the Choir Guild of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral ot St and an invitation tai
been extended to everyone to share
this beautiful -music. A socl 1 1
hour1 will follow the program. '
Why Is It Vxrt every time you"
-Invite trouble it's reody to occept?
T 60c. U 30chr-, TT77TTTT-
; O 1 1 ' ;SENSAt'lONAL. WEEKEND RELEASE!
MAMIE VAN DOREN O LEX
11. -00 p.m.
v DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.I.
ATTENTION all Isthmian enter-
trainer singers, dancers, novelty
etc. (Professional or amateur);
Auditions Monday 3:30 a.m. Sa Sa-Ion
Ion Sa-Ion Panama, Hotel El Panama to
aelect acts for Wednesday Va- t
titty Nights winners of 'which i
- receive contract to perform at
El Panama. Bring your mytic, ;
j any propt, r costume,, and photo
Committee For Aid
lo CZ Handicapped
Formed At Meeting ;
The Canal Zone' Committee for
Aid to Physically Handicapped
Persons was formed at a special
meeting in the Board room of the
Administration Building today,
its purpose it to help "physical
ly handicapped children and a
dults in -the Canal Zone who 'are
in urgent need of aid and assist assistance
ance assistance beyond that which can : be
provided by other means."
Forrest Dunsmoor, administra
tive asststnat to the Governor,
was unanimously elected executive
chairman of the committee which
will seek to qualify for funds con
tributed through the upcoming U
nited Fund Drive. "
Jerome Steiner was elected trea
surer of the new organization. Jn
addition to Steiner and Dunsmoor,
delegates to the first committee
meeting elected as trustees l Pb-
di JNathan witKin, wna servea as
organizational chairman of the
new group; Dr. Ernest R. Hart Hart-man,
man, Hart-man, chief of orthopedics at' Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas hospital; Dr. Daniel Hirschl,
chief pediatrician at Gorgas; at attorney
torney attorney John Cooper; -and Col. Leo Leonard.
nard. Leonard. F. Wilson and Capta Rj F.
Legge, VSR and Dr EricJR. Os Os-terberg.
terberg. Os-terberg. -
A special committee also was
named to check Into changes in
the by-laws of the 7ew organiza organization
tion organization and to prepare a budget, for
presentation to the United Fund's
v Tiere are a .Wiraber offehlldren
on the Zone who, are in (need i of
mertianical aids because of their
, D ECGT-LON DON-CAP ITOL
- ""EXCLCSITE DISTftrBTJTORS
- Will pen" VERT SOON new ftnd' moderri' Air
- Conditioned Record Store located la Central
Ave. next to Central Theatef.
, NO DOUBT: THE, BEST IN TOWN
ALL BRANDS ALL SPEEDS GOOD PRICES
THE BEST ASSORTMENT HIT PARADE RECORDS
GRECHA MUSIC STORE
t Next4o Central Theatef"
"'' A til
- MIDNIGHT SHOW!
70SXPH COTTEN In
'THE KILLER IS LOOSE"
'i WANTED : Stenographer expe
rienced j competent. Shorthand 1
English Spaniah. Goad speller.
a Columbia Pictures, Euseblo Mo-
WANTED Manager for club.
' Mutt be male; neat apparance
r U. S. citizen preferred. Apply ia
person at Elks Club, La Boca
Road, Balboa from 7:00 to 9:00
- LEARN ; BALLROOM Dancing
v Adults Teenagers -w Preteens
, Balboa 2-4239. Harnett and
WISHING TO RENT! Three or.
four bedroom house-with aervice
euartert. Please call' Guy M.
' Newland, Hotel Panami.
WANTED TO BUY; Im Immediately
mediately Immediately girit winter coat, pise
12 er 14, phone 86-628$ Al Al-brook,
brook, Al-brook, "- 1
WANTED TO BUY: A 25 cycle
washing machine.": Phone 87
DaVis Target Team
Flies To Ecuador
For "Joint Training
A radio .- controlled antiaircraft
target team' from fj S. Amry Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean left Tocumen ASirport
Wednesday : tnorning for Ecuador
to provide miniature aircraft tar targets
gets targets for the i Ecuadorian triple A
umes in practice firing.
The; team is made un of milita
ry personnel from the 38th AAA
Detachment (RCAT) at Fort Da Da-vii
vii Da-vii ,Tey are:? 1st Lt. Robert A.
Valverde,' Sfc. Jacqne Hornherger,
Sgt. Gerald D.- Kines. Sp3 William
AJ Borel, 5p3 Walter R. Barton,
PFC Denis M.yogt and PFC A A-bel
bel A-bel Wr Singen- ; v
; The trainfnr teamTwffl ee In E-cuador-tintiOet.
physlcJH, 'handicaps and such aid
is notHryallabie. at present through
ca cz3 d tr a t
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AND FRANCE '
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M.V. "PARAGUAY" Oct t
S.S. "LOCH AVON" Oct 9
S.S. "DUrVENDYK'i ........Oct 1
S.S. "LOCH GARTH" Oct $
ALLSAILINCS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUTNOTICE
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ludae Te s Teamsters:
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KILLED-Justine Hearne. a a-bove),
bove), a-bove), 20-year-old ? f ?
Irish Ambassador to the ynt ynt-cd
cd ynt-cd States, was reported by
Washington Metropolitan Po Police
lice Police to have been hot,' ap apparently
parently apparently accidentally," by a
man named John Keiffer, Jr.,
22. to a downtown Washington
office building while the two
were examining a gun.'
Tot Drowns In
SHIRLEY. Mass., Sept 28 (UP)
ing machine here yesterday while
IUS IiMJUiez uuua. .............
The' boy, eon or Mr. and Mrs.
David Gray, apparently ulimbed
a chair and tumbled into the miJ
thine. Dr. Joseph A, McLean, t as associate
sociate associate Worcester County medical
examiner pronounced, the boy
Weather Or Noil
Thle weather teport lor the.
14 horn ending I a.m. today,
Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hyflregraphie
Branca m inm ranamav v
, Balboa Cristobal
t (max. mph) $-10
RAIN (inches) 0
(inner harbors) 83
' SUNDAY, SEPT. 29
lilt mm. 1:14 ajn.
8:02 p.m. 1:45 p.m.
TODAY! J5 .40.
1:30, 1:20, 5:15, :05,.l:00 pjn.
A PICTURE OF TEAR AND
PURY,, PACKED WITH A
ACTION. AND SUSPENSE!, ',
K 1 1 ALIVE"!
A v f 1 jmf i uiiiuSmot ma
1 Taster i m
fa THAN I
f THE J
1 1 : rs JL-yjrt
WASHINGTON, Sept, 28 (UP)
A federal iudae strucic a new blow
at besieied James R. 1 Hofa to
Aav'bv ordering the huee Team
sters Union not to .elect any on
cers at its national convention in
Miami Beach, Fla., next week.
Judge F. Dickinson Letts also
barred the union from recognizing
the credentials of convention dele delegates
gates delegates who allegedly were selected
T I., i rr-. w
lmprupcri vy xvauisici iulmb,
Teamsters' attorney Martin F.
O'Donaghue said it looked like the
convention might have to be called
' j i
However O'Donaghue served
notice he would appeal to the U.S.
Court of Appeals immediately. He
Lf. Herbert Dawson,
Zonfen, Returns As
Aide To Adm. Wales
Navy Lt. ( JG) Herbert C. Daw Daw-sonvson
sonvson Daw-sonvson of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Charles W. Dawson of Diablo and
nephew of Michael J. Butler of
Margarita, reported to the ISth Na
val District Headquarters this
week for duty as aide to Rear
Adm; George H. Wales.
A native of the Canal-Zone and
a Balboa High School graduate m
the class of 1949, Dawson is re
porting to his new assignment
from the light cruiser UsS, where
he was an engineering ofiicer,
.After graduation from BHS, he
attended the University of Buffalo.
N.Y. for two years and the King's
Point Merchant Marine Academy,
where be was graduated in 1955.
Entering the Navy in August,
1955 after a short period with the
Panama Canal Co., as admeasur admeasur-er
er admeasur-er in Cristobal, he reported to the
Worcester in January 1956. This
will be his second tour ol duty un
der Wales. He previously served
with the admiral when the latter
was commanding officer of the
Gov. Coleman Asks
To Keep Cool Heads
JACKSdN' Miss. (UP)-Gov. J.
P. Coleman warned today that
"race mixers are trying to devise
some way to get (federal troops)
aest to Mississippi if we can be
goaded into furnishing an excuse
for it." :
In his first public statement on
the Little Rock integration crisis.
Coleman said "in a large mea
sure Arkansas brought these un
happy events upotn itself."
'I ask the people of Mississippi
to keep cool heads and calm minds
and leave the solution of thesetz
problems to our duly chosen offi officials
cials officials which h the only way it. can
possibly be done," Coleman said.
The governor'i statement was
issued fron his office. Colemas
Is recovering from surserv for a
gall bladder ailment last week
He said the Arkansas situation
"has not changed the firm resolu resolution
tion resolution of the state of Misissippi to
control its internal affairs in pub pubis..
is.. pubis.. .k.T. J ..t m.f-
'- bluwii aim VLiiei wise, inis IB
not done in bias and hatred, but
simply because we know it to be
for the best- interest of all con
cerned, both white and Negro. .
What one obtains by force' of the
United States Army, they will
have to have the Army to main maintain
tain maintain and troops cannot operate a
public school system."
Tested By Soviet
TOKYO. Sept. 28 (UP) The
Soviet Union has tetted success successfully
fully successfully a second intercontinental
ballistic missile,- a Japanese
newspaper dispatch from Lon
don said today.
The dispatch, published by
Malntchi, quoted Japanese la labor
bor labor leader Akira fwai as- saying
Soviet Deputy Premier Anaatas
I. Mikoyan authorized him to
announce the successful test
was held Aug. 2$.
It was on Aug. 26 that the So Soviet
viet Soviet Government announced It
had fired 1U first ocean-span-nlng
ICBU Just a few days be-
The announcement termed
I1 the weapon a "super-long range
Intercontinental multi-stage bal ballistic
listic ballistic missile." ,.-
The United States has yet to
announce a successful test-f Ir Ir-ing
ing Ir-ing of an ICBM but U-8. offi officials
cials officials indicated they regarded the
first Soviet announcement u
believable. However, they said
i they thought the fear of re re-jtaliatioo
jtaliatioo re-jtaliatioo from the West would
deter the Russians from laun ch
ina; a sneak attack with an
t IwaV who stdpped In London
On his way home from Moscow,
was ouoted as sayinr Mikoyan
told him the Soviet Government
has no int-t'nn of using
. ICBM's in warfare.
iv ,;, !..' i. i i mii mil mill mi i i i v- t -,:,; .; r
... '" '
said charges aired against Team
ter officials had been based ion
"surmise, toujeeluiiv aearsay
and even "double hearsay."
Judge Letts' decision was a vic victory
tory victory for 13 rank-and-file New York
Teamsters. They had hied suit on
charees that the convention was
rigged to assure be e ection of
Hoffa. Midwest xeasmters oosa,
as successor to retiring resident
, Hoffa, already under indictment
on perjury charges ana unaer in investigation
vestigation investigation by the Senate Rackets
Cnmmitrpe. re'tisea to comraw
immediatelv. He was in Miami
Beach along with other union lead leaders
ers leaders preparing for tre convention.
Judge Letts granted a prelimi preliminary
nary preliminary injunction prohibiting a
Teamsters election. He directed
the rank-and-u'e members o put
up a $50,000 bond covering dam damages
ages damages in case his ruling eventually
The judge did not rule on the
rank-and-filers' request that the
court appoint a master to super supervise
vise supervise election of convention dele dele-cates.
cates. dele-cates. He said the orders" Jie
handeddown were the "extent of
relie." which should be granted in
The 13 New Yorx Teamsters
charged that Hoffa and other offic
ials had hand-picked more than 80
per cent of the convention's 1,984
delegates to assure a Hoffa vic
tory. ; They said delegates snoma
have been chosen as provided in
the union constitution. i
In Miami Besch. Fla.. Thomas
L. iHtickey of New York, one ofi
Ho'fa's : challengers for the union
presidency. called on Hoffa to
step down as a candidate. Another
rival, Thomas Haggerty of Chi-i
cago, planned to dispute the seat-!
ing of 15 delegates favoring Hoffa.
During the hearing oetore Judge
Letts, n attorney representing the
13 New York Teamsters, Godfrey
P. Schmidt, presented affidavits
from" 198 members of more than
100 Teamsters locals. He said
they confirmed that convention
delegates were hand-picked.
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 28 (UP)
fnnflripntial i, magazine tinster
Francesca de Sea Ha left Mexico
City yesterday with her 5-year-old
daughter less than 12 hours before
a deadline to leave the country
The ex-wife of actor Bruce
Cabot was listed under an as
sumed name- on Mexican de
Aviacion's flight to Meridak Mex
ico. She arrived onir iu minutes
before the plane's scheduled take takeoff,
off, takeoff, accompanied by an agent
from the immigration department.
Two other agents were waiting to
make jure she boarded the plane.
The agents said the actress had
been granted time so she could
catch the connecting Pan-American
flight to Havana tomorrow.
She will be watched in Merida.
Miss De' ScaffaV who recency
was the object of a countrywide
search when she disappeared
after a deportation order, wore
no makeup and was grim-faced
and pale as t she : brushed psst
photographers and reporters. She
kept her face averted and ignored
all questions. She was dressed in
wianorea sun wim -ccub.
The actress had been wanted by
California authorities for question
ing in the criminal libel suit
against Confidential magazine.
Balloon Sun Photos
Willi High Interest
MINNEAPOLIS (UP) Scien-
tists and government officials to
day- were- "very entnusiastic"
about a balloon flight which lifted
an automatic camera above the
earth's haze te photograph the
sua at relatively close quarters.
The camera and long range
telescope, drifted slowly -to earth
after a iour-honr -look at the sun
from a altitude ef 81,000 feet.
the highest pomt at which audi
equipment has ever wtn vtea.
. Techaieians from the University
of Minnesota received the firm and
bee an te Drocess it. The film will
be available te the press accord
ing to the Navy, e of the spon sponsors
sors sponsors of the project.
The delicate equipment vas ear-
ned aloft m the gonrtola ef bsl
loon from suhurbaa New Brighton.
Scientists had hoped It would take, fjjl Director Edgar Hoover
the first "hsse-free pertrans of md more major crimes were
the son and also assist in solving committed during the first half ef
mysteries surrounding the sun's the year than in any similar peri peri-effect
effect peri-effect e radio waves. od en record. -.
v I Hoover said reports from 8,823
Instrumeets in the unmanned police departments across the
Dauoon aepi traccing crews ana
officials oa the around posted on
its progress. Scientists said the
presence of a aumaa aneara preo-
ably would have npset the near
perfect stability needed for pre
When the camera's supply ef
Rim M n Binrted. the earners
IsUamna irtnnn:irTlT wer
. 4 W k 11- .t1:
slewljr u earth beneath a para
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ABEL'S TRIAL BEGINS-i-Accused Soviet spy JRudolpli Ivano-
vich -Abel (right), accompanied by an unidentified TJ.S. Mar Marsha),
sha), Marsha), leaves the' Manhattan Federal House of Detention ,;ins
New York. Abel, was on his way to Brooklyn Federal pourt
for the opening of his trlal'.on charges of espionage,-
Griffith Has 2 More Days
Before Canal Service Ends
Mai. Rodger W. Griffith will
rinse a 30-vear career as a mem
ber of the Canal Zone Police iorce
when offices close next v.Monday
afternoon. During tnarume ne nas
..rued in all crades of the force
and has seen several years of
service on both sides of the Isthmus.-
A formal farewell to the popu popu-tp
tp popu-tp Chief of the Canal Zones Po
lice and his wife will be held to tonight
night tonight at the Tivoli Guest House.
It willbe attended by acting.Gov.
Hiivh M, Arnold and other top of
ficials of the Canal organization as
well as a large 'number of per personal
sonal personal friends, and associates of
Major and Mrs Griffith.
.Griffith negan ms ponce ca career
reer career en the Atlantic side in 1927
Mar aarvino a three year tewr
of dutv with the Army at Fort T
The Griffiths' have lived In P
boa since 1950 when he was trans transferred
ferred transferred to Police Headauarfers as
Insbector. Mrs. GrMfith has, also
had several year of Government
service and for the past tew years
haa been emdoved as Cash Ac
counting Clerk at the iJaiooa com
missary. ,; .. '.
Althoueh she was born in New
port News, Va., Mrs. Griffith
came to the Isthmus when a
young girl. She1 is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. David Potts, former
Cristobal residents. Her lather was
employed In the Industrial Divi Division.
Griffith is a native of Chilli-
The present Police Chief got his
indoctrination into Canal -Zone
oolice work as a foot patrolman
oh the Cristobal piers, a motor
cycle .patrolman, and a police
boarding officer. After serving sev-
Quits Ilaval Reserve
Oyer Use 01 Troops
nrpu-A 'Charlottesville attorney
said today he has written. Defens
c..r.i,m rh.rl Wilnn' reiisn-
inf hia commission In. the naval
reserve because ot me use w
troops in the Little Rock, art.,
integration crisis. V
Bruce D.r Reynolds, r., n,,m
lieutenant in the inactive reserve,
kaid he also wrote President Ei
reasons for esigning. ;' i"
"I would refuse to tate acuoa,"
Reynolds said.' "against the citi-
zezns of any, state wmcn mvoivea
a -challesge of states' rights." -Reynolds
said, he regards the
Little Rock situation as ."con
flict of states' jrights, ot civil
Reynolds did not Know u ms
resignation would be accepted.
"They might make a test case of
ft" he said, "or they might just
Hake it-and be glad, to be rid of
US Crime Booming
In 1957, Says FBI r
WASHINGTON (UP) FBI ree
rAt iWiwri tndiv that crime
Jboomj jn the Caited States dur
y,e first six months of 1957.
country indicated mere were v
sm.stb mi tor crimes in the six
months period. That would be an
average ef about ee crime every
U aeceada. :
i The FBI chief said this rate
Irrareaeoted aa 8.4 ir cent in
.crease ever the rate I or the first
ii months of last year.
Hnovrr aaid that vhile the bn!k
A mrirmmm S-i9mA j
tnies. ruril crime is iacreaswghool after a trooper ui tuca
lore rapidly thaa city erune, vitJx til riCe buA,
' f i
4 v :
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awwv, vMi. fc. 1 1 nil
POLICf CHIEF GRIFFITH
eral years In. this w6rk' and as
desk officer, he-was promoted to
Sergeant in 1935 and assigned to
the detective force.
He was promoted to lieutenant
in 194ft and was transferred :., to
Gatun where he was-, made sta
tion commander. ,. :
It was-1 during his assignment
thvre that serious riots 'broke
out' in the contract labor camps.
In ene which he helped quill in
141, three policemen and 0 ri rioters
oters rioters were injured.
Griffith succeeded Maj. George
Herman as commander of ; the
Cristobal District hi 1941 and re remained
mained remained in that post until promot promoted
ed promoted to inspector In 1950. He again
succeeded Maj. Herman when the
latter retired as Chief Of the Di Division
vision Division in 1955. : ;
During his long service with the
Zona Police. Griffith haa raarl
countless friends on boths fdee of
the. boundary hne. He has always
worked closely with' the National
..... j . : v -1 1 i
uuiru oi ranama. ooin in voion
and in Panama, and numbers ma
ny? of those officers anions his
close personal friends, ; j: i -,:
Mai and Mrs. Griffith are sail
ing for the States Wednesday on
the Panama liner Cristobal.' They
plan to make their future home
in Phoenix, Arizona.' -- y
Their daughter Haze),' will re remain
main remain on the Isthmns, and their
son,' Fodder, Jr., is a student at
Virginia Military Institute. '
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IXJTKED C. I. Blake, 45 Is
near central mgn
3 1 hirty-Year Workers Among
Nine Ending PC Work Monday
. "ill '1" t 4 i V
V Win "mnlnv of the Canal or
ganization are ending their services
next Monday. Three of those who
are leaving the service at, the end
Of -this mpnth have more, than 30
in nt sorviri to their credit..
Three of the employes have al al-raiv
raiv al-raiv left, the Isthmus and are
on terminal leave in the Vmted
; The 'complete list of those e-
ir..i. : M tliAiit nnclfinhiv
Upon retirement, and the length, of
their service follows follows-.Mrs.
.Mrs. follows-.Mrs. Esther P. Currier, cash ac
counting clerk, Cdmmissary
Branch; 18 years, one month and
two days. f
Albert J. Deutscii, -,machinist,
Maintenance Division; '17- years
ihl tnnntha anrl 2 daVS.
: Capt. Henry Falk, pilot Naviga
tion Division; 34 years, live momn
and 28 days. ' '
-Maior Rodger W Griffith, Chief,
Police Division!. 30 years, and 24
days. v ' i
Lf. Clarence D. Howell, tiaul' tiaul'-narw,
narw, tiaul'-narw, Fire Division: J7 year s,
eight months end 24 days.
Clifford B. Jones,- lead foreman,
Maintenance Division; 17 .years,
eieht months ana five days.
Frank McGuinnes. train dis dis-pttcher.
pttcher. dis-pttcher. Railroad Divisron;, 20
years, five months nd 23 days.
Martin Nickel, foreman pipefit pipefitter
ter pipefitter and sheetmetal worker;, Indus-,
trial Division; 38 years, six months
mnA A riavs
Mrs. Currier was born in Min-
neapolisT Minnesota, and cam io
th Isthmus with her husband in
1919. She was employed in 1920
.and 1921 as a clerk in the (Balboa
Shops and was reemployed in I9J
on a full time basis with the form-.
er Clubs and Playgrounds Division
She was transferred to the Com
mhsar Division the same year
a assistant 'ehashter and the rest.
of her service has been with thaii
v She was promoted te cashier
In-1944 and to cash acceuntlnsj
cleric in IWJ. A 'me of her
retirement she was employed in
the Balboa Commissary. v
,Mrs. Currier -will -spend the win winter
ter winter With relatives in Atlanta; and
Los Angeles, and : will travel' in
Europe next year. She expects to
make ner future home in Califor California.
nia. California. j j
A native of New York C i t y.
Deutsch is a veteran of the First
World War and joined the Canal
organization in 1940 as a machi machi-iist
iist machi-iist in the Maintenance Division,
in Pedro Miguel. He remained with
the same unit during the. time he
has been with the Canal and at
Five Contractors Enter Low Bids
For Painting Of PanCanal Buildings
' Five local contractors entered
low hiria an the second t quarter
fiscal year t maintenance painting
of a large numDer oi ranama
nal quarters and several8 puoue
and office bulloings' on noin aiae5
of the Isthmus. Bids were opened
yesterday afternoon in the Adm"V'
nitration .Building at- Bajbi
rnnirsMnra enteriniT .low" bids
were Tropical Paint Co., Servicio
Brouwer, W. T. uoney, uuaruia
and Co., and inausmas umuaa. -...
JIjm bids totaling $31,435 were
AffrMl hv the Guardia firm ; on
two schedules, one of which tn-
eludes" the exterior painting vt n
frame- houses in Margarita and
the interior painting of 6 mason mason-ry
ry mason-ry houses in Rainbow City. The
umui ahffriul covers the paint
ing of the cold storage biiHdinr
at Baiooa; reuu awn-ea ai r.i-.-
so-and Gamboa, and the ; santa
Crux Service Center.
US lleallh Service J
Of Hew Flu Cases
;.v,, ....'- .. .1..
WASHINGTON, Sept. 2T (UPV-
Tbe U.S. Public Heaun -reported
an outbreak of 122.850
new influensa cases last week tn,
scattered epidemics, some ex explosive
plosive explosive i nature." It said Ks fig figures
ures figures were based on an incomplete
''PiS V'i total brought to
222,850 the aumber of flu-type 111-
neset reportea m i coumrj
inra tha first attack of Asian flu.
The report dij aot say how may
of -the total esses were of the
The health service reieaaea ns
rnnrt amid these, other develop
ments ia the nation's war against
The service made available
3,712.059 more shots of Asian flu
vaccine. This orougni to mat r
than 10 millioa the number o.
doses released for military ana
civiUaa use la tne past aeve
A special medical adwsory, ap
pointed by U.S. Surgeon General
Leroy Bumey, met to work out
better methods of flu research.
Th health serviee reportea m
decrease in the incidence of para-
lvtic oolio with the approacnint
end of the polio season, It said
there were sz new cases ia
week, -compared with N in the
The eervice's influensa report
wss bed upoa in'ontiatioa r-
heahh officers across tee.
the time of his retirement was in
the Balboa Field Office. He plans
to make his home in Panama a
ter his retirement. - 4 .(,
' Lt. Howell was horn in ; Union,
South Carolina, and served witn
the U.S. i Army during the First
World War. He came to the Canal
Zone in 1929. and after a short time
with -the Maintenance Division he
joined the Canal Zone Fire Divi Division
sion Division and was stationed in Cristobal.-
He was prompted to fire ser
geant in 1H40 ana. to tire lieuten lieutenant
ant lieutenant the following year. Most of his
service. has been irt jhe. Cristobal
District where he was at the time
Lt." and Mrs?"Howeli have alrea
dy left the Isthmus to live in Ash-
Lvdle,. C, s -t
-' Or. Hunt ts native ef Nash
villa, Tenn. Ha was graduated
' in medicine ''rem Vanderbilt U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity in Nashville in 1920.
He served his internship in the
Women's General Hospital in Nash Nashville,
ville, Nashville, In St: Johns Hospital in Long
Island City, New; York, and Kings Kingston
ton Kingston Avenue Hospital jn Brooklyn.
' He was employed with the Can Canal
al Canal organization from 1923 to 1924
and was reemployed in 1927. He
was first assigned to Gorsas Hos
pital and later was; in charge of
the Canal Zone District dispensa dispensaries
ries dispensaries in Balboa,' Pedro Miguel, and
La Bocai During the last war he
was placed on active duty wits the
U.S. Army with the rank-ot Capt Captain,
ain, Captain, Since 1954, Dr. Hunt has been
at Gorgas Hospital as Chief of the
Communicable Disease Clinic.
Dr. Hunt plana-to leave the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus soon to join Mrs. Hunt in Ha-
To Meet Oct: 2
On Atlantic Side
. The towns- of MargarSf a and
New Cristobal) will hold their
monthly ; Civil .Defense meeting
on Oct. 2 at 4 a.m- at the Mar
garita Service Center, Mrs-i
Charlotte Kennedy, Instructor,
will conduct a class on emer emergency
gency emergency first aid. fi
The new zone' officers are;
Mrs. JIazel Richards.' zone war warden:
den: warden: Mrs.r Gebrgia Butler; asst.
zone; warden;' Mrs, Edna wert,
first aid warden.
All members of the townsltes
Civil Defense Volunteer Corps
are urgea io- niiena.
The general public Is Invited
Two low bids totaling $21,234
were made by Industrias Unidas
for paint work covering the exte exterior
rior exterior painting of 40 frame; houses
in Paraiso; interior painting of 10,
frame houses in Paraiso; exterior
painting of eight frame houses, in
Balboa : and roof painting of sev several
eral several other houses in Balboa and
Paraiso, Diablo Heights, and Co Co-rozal.
rozal. Co-rozal. ' ' -.r
Tropical Paint was low with a
total officer of $10,677 for- wo r k
which will include the painting of
the dry ; storage warehouse at
Mount Hope, the Pier Six shed in
Cristobal, the head house ':. of the
filtration plant at Mount Hone
and the: Dredging Division office
building hi Cristobal. ''
, An offer of $4,860 was made by
Servicio Brouwer for the painting
of the post offices in 0,t m b o a.
Diablo Heights and Cristobal; and
the main reDair shop at Gamhoa.
. Coffev bid $2,456 on the sched schedule
ule schedule calling for the painting of two
buildings at Miraflnres and .the
cyclone fencing at Miraflorea HilL
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He'll send you uo It,
Lifetime of LAUGHS!
f;c-ec:i i:o. i" i"-"pu:uc
"pu:uc i"-"pu:uc s
waii where they will make -their
future home.' ., r v
Born In Hancock, Wisconsin!
Jonas served with the,. U.S. Ar ;
my in World War as a flying
. He, came to the Canal Zone in
1940 as a machinist with the Ma
enanca Division in. Pedro Miguel, v
He was promoted to principal fore ?
man the .same year; find in 4947 w
transferred to the Cristobal Shops
as general foreman. Since 1955 ne
has been lead foreman in charge
of i equipment operation and re
pair-t in the Northern District of
the Maintenance Division. V
Mr. and Mrs. Jones left t h
Isthmus in August: and will make ?
their home in Roanoke, Va., ',
. McGumness was born in Ams Amsterdam,
terdam, Amsterdam, N.Y., and was employed
for 17 years with the Northern -Railway
jn, Costa Rica as a eon
ductor ) and. tram", dispatcher be
fore he came to the Canal Zone jn
1937 as a conductor with the Pa
nama Railroad., He was. made n
gent operator and assigned t6 the
Pedro Miguel station m 1943. In 1
1946 he was transferred to Balboa
and since 1951 has been stationed
in Cristobal as a train dispatcher.
Mr. and Mrs. McGuinness plan
, to leave the Isthmut early in
Octoben for Csltornia. They
i hava made no oefmite plans e
to wlure they will live.
A native-, of Baltimore, Mary Maryland,
land, Maryland, Nickel arrived In the Canal
Zone in 1916. He Was employed as
a coppersmith In-the Mechanical
Division in Balboa and with the
exception of two short breaks itf
his service, has teen with the
same unit during ihtr 38 years of
his service. During that time he
has -been foreman, sheetmetal
worker, master pipefitter and sheet
metal workers and since 1950, fore
man pipefitter and. sheetmetal
Mr. and Mrs. Nickel will leave
the Isthmus la .October and plan
to make their home in St. Peters- 1
burg, Fla. ( t
FBI Enters Info :
Sccrch For Mijjinn
Vashinalon Child O
k EDMOND'Sr Wash. fUP
se.arch fT 8-year-old Lee
missing '.since Monday afternoon,
twitched from brush-beating to tha
methodical moves of the FBI to
day; indicating it was presumed
fused to comment on whether kid
naomg was involved.'
v The v search: Involvlne blond, f
the boy was kidnapepd. -.
xne JMH entered the case at the
request of Suohomish County Sher
iff Bob, Twitchell. but agents re-j
hounds, a helicooter and ji search ;
force that, swelled to .more than
600 persons Wednesday, turned up
no trace ot tne ooy. a recent vic victim
tim victim nf rheumatic fever The vouni.
ater ehoO'd be receiving 400,009
Units of penicillin daily.
The ground, search; was called
of! at night and no plana were
made to resume it todav. An area
of 20 square miles was covered by
searchers, whQ marcred 20 feet
apart over' the wooded and heav-
ilyhicketed terrain. tir
Lee's bicycls wai found Tuesday,
morning near a secondary .high- :
way, a quarter mile from U.S. 99;
Bloodhounds time alter time lost
the 'trail from where the bicycle
was found at the edge -of the.
roadway. i -j '- v-- V. V"
Lee, left home in anger after a
spat with his : mother Monday
evening. He had-, been told he.;
would get a spanking because.
Mrs.- Crary said,; she thought ha
had been swimming when she ssw
him riding home on his bicycle.
his clothes soaking wet.. - ,
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