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PANAMA R. P.; SATPRPAT, OCTOBER 86, 1957
. J3rd YEAR
US, Britain Seek
To. Pool Knownpw
1 WASHINGTON, Oct? 26 (UP) Th Un)ted States
and Great' Britain have called for an historic, peacetime
consolidation of the free worfd's vast militaYy-scient.f.c
resoMrces to counteract Russia's nemiss.le menacs
President Eisenhower, a chief wchitect of th fresh
concept for world security, may try and enlist Al hed
leadrs In Europe behind the drarnat,c proposal at a
'summit" meeting in, Paris before Christmas. ;
Between now and then American and British off.cial,
will attempt to draft an 'action plan' to make the super
alliance a reality.
fhv will work from broad rpin rpin-cJKa
cJKa rpin-cJKa down at the concusion
yesterday of three days of j urgent
ronferences between tne President
S British Prim Minister Harold
M8tf .cHy how IN. na'tion.
could pMl weapons, brainpjwor,
Jcirrrfifie know-how with
Mfaaoards a9ainst ser f
T into hdv IjmJ
m s major obttaelo to achieve.
niqie issued at the end of t h i r
SSs did not sped, out peiio
rttt prretary of State John Fos Fos-4
4 Fos-4 lSS?ta. had a roup work work-w,
w, work-w, swTet for two months v on
S! of mutual assitance
I ufd "evefoped for the
i -p-'i '" VUntic -Trrt'. Orgam-
-rome a pattern lor cwii
;,moTg all the world's dearly v
- free countries. ;
5 An Invitation Einhowr
,o attond wmmlt
s witt. NATO la.d.r OjfjJgJ
In Paris tamo as a eompiot
- SurpriM It was mad. inrma,l inrma,l-W
W inrma,l-W by NATO.cr.tary -florral'
py.u.H.nrl Spaak, jh.Mt.ta
with- Eis.nhow,r; d M"""
' t th. Whit., Hoosa yoatarday
for 30 minuta ;
, The United States also will cx-
Mrs. Emilia Cooper
Oi Cable Heighls
Dies At fiorgai ;
' yesterday afternoon at 1:51 Gor Gor-gas
gas Gor-gas Hospital after a long illness.
She was. 49 years old.
' Born in San Jose, Costa Rica,
Mrs. Cooper had been resident
, of the Canal rone since 1927.. Her
husband,-who arrived bat ujUM,
r. is an-employe of the' All America
, "Cable Company in, aalboa ,;K.r
' -&y- Inaddition to her husband, she
fc l. v her knn Alfred E.
19 BUI mcu ----
' Cooper, of Cable Heights;, a daugh-
CI us. v.. -.
wa; ,her mother Mrs.t Rosario
tmn of san jose. a-osi iu
ister, Mrs. Mercedes de la G-uar-dia,
of Panama City, two brothers
ana uuiuer wsiei. ,c
Rosary Services : will be held
' Monday at 7 p.m; in tne uorgai
Hospital Mortuary, s"; i-
The- Rev, John V. Kennedy C.
Imi whih will fwt hM TiMHidaV at
- 9 a.m. In the Sacred Heart Chapel
. .. W. 4. 111 . 1 L
in Aiicon. imermem ww hmiow bi
r Corozal cemetery.. ;
TO AND MOM JUAN reANCCuAnVi,.,,. d.
,.u b, Rub.n O.
Some cheered and spoke
latss a? hm tells his story
pbre chances next week for i lit lit-tw
tw lit-tw sooner ation with Russia ia the
scientific realm. '
The two countnes, engagenr i
a crucial race m xecnnoioBicai
supremacy, will begin talks here
Monday on a wide range of possi possible
ble possible exchanges including those in
the scientific and technical sphere.
The disccusiong also will cover
the, cultural field, 1
u.4inii th rieleffafinns for their
resnactive nations will be Ambas
sador William S.B. Laey, special
,4a, Hiitlps An F.ast-West
contacts, and Russian ambassador
Lreorgl if iuuu j y
Tho mMtings rw ootof
,US. pr.oosal.to exchange vn-,
cMMerad tolovlsion and r a d I
I broadcast! i fctw..n -th. two
countrm. Rossta. apr.M to iik
tho tdoa- but askad th a t
other oxehanyts (so p. .osi.
' trf ', s -i' J
ti- f af a T)narttnent announc
ed th talka "will cover a w i d
...u nMiami iiiMtirrfwin .wil:R tecnt
nim i ; iintif ie and cultural ex
IflMKG V M.H'w
change.'! Jt did not elaborate,
anxious to send their famous Bol Bol-hni
hni Bol-hni -fhaatf hflllnr for' an Ameri
can "tour and also are proposing
an exhange of women doctors and
iron and jteel experts among flth flth-ersv
ersv flth-ersv i
been thwarted partly because Rus-
idem anding- nil non-official : visitors
Ilou RP Buildings,
Featured In Stamps
Almost: S million-and-a-half new
airmail stamps will be put into
rirrnlatinn v in Panama' Citv on
Nov 1, it wa announced tpday.,
'Most ot tneussue win oe nevoi
ed tCwlO-cent Wmair stamps, the
Post omce uepanmen? sain to-
day.These.will feature the follow-
Hotel 1 Panama, tne trestaent
Remon Polyclinic building, Remon viet official ever convicted of e e-Hippodrome,
Hippodrome, e-Hippodrome, tbe Legislative I Pa- pionage in the-United Stages,..'
lace, the Mmtry of Treasury
building, and landmarks at Porto-
CIO l ei5aaaapi, .ua e- o y-- 1
Ten-thousand airmail stamps, oflto transmit U.S. defense secrets
v.iu-- j w k
feature Fort San Lorenzo wiU bejmformatmn and that he faaed to
of new buildings in the Republic
- ii a ill
of Panama as weu as oi oia iana
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marks which have figured. n the
history of the country
Mir. t Alton., F. Hytmi
words of encouragement to Miro
to the court, making what attorneys consioerea were g'avs
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M vfA is
JANET TRIBE AND SHAKEN
cogs to tneir i-u jooidbu 'wm uv -uio wwnvuw 's"
J stadium last night. Mpre pictures and story on. back page,
Sovef Af osrer
Of 'Transmitting' US' A-Secrefs M To Russia
yesterday -of -conspiring
Aht '55. faces th
3-T"- ,. j. .
of American f spies Julius
would be the' first foreign national to die for spying in the U.S. i -'mtk.nw
.ia.. i.....annnint.4 minaei. lame Ri Donovan. Manned an appeal aftf sentencing.
i' AUCi a cvum i-wmkwwu
4 hoi AiA nnf talra tha Stand dur
ing his nine-day trial before a ju
ry of nine men and three wom
en, nor did he otter any oeiense
wio HofensB. larpplv'wa an at
tack by Donovan on the key gov-
eminent witnesses oiierea oy me
n.onntnr 'sacifrahi'. TT S. attorney
WiUiam Ft Tompkins. -.'-
- Formar scviaf py isaino nay
hinan, wh dofactad to th. West
last May; tstifid h. and Aav
had workad toflath.r to. gaf VS.,
dafrns. ;sarts which Aba I
transmittad from an artist's stu-.
die front near th. Fadaral couif
house in Brooklyn. r
nthor eviHpnr-p shfiwed Abel sent
his material by radio -or by micro microfilm
film microfilm rnntain'prf in hnllowed-out Pen
cils, cuff links and other articles.
In his cnarge, uyers, wine a
the jurors to put aside prejudice
and not think of what might hap'
pen to an American charged-wfth
spying in Russia
He also J urged "mostt careful
scrutiny": of Hayhanen s testirao-
. ik.l U 1 4tia'thfirliast ranlcin? Sci-
i, 41"v- w o w
Auvl was xyuiiu fiwj vi
three tonnis M the indictment
rrnatf him rViflrffinc h ronsoird
Un puk i that ha eatnerea sucn
iregistej. wim me wcii'iutii,i.
i luiB" "o. -
tk. inrw.nf nine mM and three
women brought in Its veredit after
(only 3 hours and 35 mmutes .-of
C.cMrl. 1 fi,.. .n
If was, likely that thease would s"o to th Supreme court
J.n. 2. 191, h next .c.n, P...m th.
as he passed by. In third
DEVORE, Balboa eheerleaders, do
5py: CoHvcerf ;.7n yeiy Yorfc
nnaltr on Abel, the soindun
Abel, a native, of Russian Geor
gia was taken to the federal
House of Detenuon aner one verdict.-
Th. .ninllv: Snvlof Intplllcp.nce
the Brooklyn Federal Court house
at 4:56 p.m,.io near nis iw. ,na
Jury Foreman John- I. Dumyn
repUed' the single word "guilty"
as each oi the three chargesas
read, ittb'v: -j,- . ,fr"
l Abel sat calmly white the Jury
s nnlled individually. HiSr Tight
cheek twitched slightly. ,i-
. AKoi ura onnviptaa ot leaauis
.m. mt. p.1.1 inar .meu ..u i.
cruit U.S.', soldiers to i spy against
their country ana raaioecj mwiry
secrets to- Kussia -i ;-r -f'''
. rrk. Anarotinn, Af tnp finV.; aU-
'paratus were bared by U.S, coun-
To Be Interrii
II .J.XIV, .'-v. - - "
bridge at Gatun Locks will be inJ
. fa, n tt A m ft no a
terrupted between tne nours oi ii
Mn .nrf t m rinrinf the ueriod
rt't 98 thnuKrh Cu-t 31 it hs been
announced by the Marine Bureau J
rutins v...a www, J. ,11
pairs will be made in the vicmityl
of the bridge.-: v''' fV J
In an emergency, vehicular trafJ
fie may be permitted across ihi
hridee if a half hour's notice ii
given by calling Gatun, Locks, tell
:epnone ,aa-fiii. .1
iuror huM. S.W
picture, Judge da Cracia points
cnarges e;-- c.-2t jose t
rv i 1 1 1 1
cartwheels to help i the Bull-
-xt t -,- v
stoic Soviet -secrti police agent
terspy Boris Morros; moVie direc-
fnr onri rnmnnser t ,ine raraae
!of the Wooden Soldiers.'.'
Abel, -a master.spy for the bo bo-viat
viat bo-viat MTfVD sinra 4f)27 .was arrest-
Lit' Ana 7 in MtiAllan.'iTex.'., near
tha Mexican border,'; where he had
ibeen held for SO day for deporta deportation
tion deportation for violating 4mmigrtion -Jpeg-,
inations. a.r,. -vs-
k H a y h a n e n testified that
Bie and and Abel had received
lie Am imin tha Kremlin tit he de-.
fevered to Mrs. Helen Sobell, wife
tof Morton S0De wno was con con-hirtpA
hirtpA con-hirtpA with the Rosenbergs of
LtAm., Bcninnaea and now is serv-
ing 30 years;in,41catrai Prison.
f Donovan saw AOei toia nim ne
Idid not think U.S.- criminal con-
spiracy laws wey. fair. ,v
Jailed By Ceylon
In Cold Smuggling
COLOMBO, Ceylon, Oct. 26 (UP)
A Panamanian aiptomat stauon stauon-ed
ed stauon-ed in' Lebanon waa sentenced yes yes-tarAav
tarAav yes-tarAav fK'an,' mnntha Vrieorous"
VX U.J v f
imprisonment here on gold smug-
gung cnarges."-s. ;- 1
., u :'..
nUadxl miiltv before Co 1 o m b
Chief Magistrate-J. E. AMiles of
attemntins- ia :- smucele 22 gold
bars on Sept.;Zl, i.n.
Hamid Saraan, a Lebanese, who
w.a Ahorerpd wirh.'Varcrfis "nlpadad
innocent. wiu. pe tnea jnov, 4
out the car used by Miro and
Tejada, who was not present
i i v i i w
implication of Tejada
l.i L AMAM..l.iAn mhJ J a ( a m r a aImi
MirOrncyS lUr UUIII pi use
charges made by defendant
But-presiding Judge Angel Vitelio de Gracia ruled
U.... ..i T.: J. k. trim th info tn nrocnt
where Tejada was at the time as machine' gurtner's bullets
iemon ar Juan rranto ruvc nuviv.
Hyams, who has admitted driving Mir6 to the track
rleclarerl that at that time he saw running from the scene
in a police lineup, as Tejada.
' Tejada contends that at the time of the shooting
Gladys Vives on the balcony of her parents' home.
The Hyams-Tejada conflict-was still sizzling as De
to the hearing of the first witnesses four doctors.
Two of these, Dr. Camilo Justinian! and Dr. Berna-dino Gonzalez Ruiz, testified
that none of the seven accused made any, charges against alleged Jriggtrman Ruberf Ruberf-0.
0. Ruberf-0. Miro in their presence.
Questioned by Miro, who Is conducting his own defense, Justinian agreed tha)
Miro had told him he Miro) Vwouldn't give the district attorney. 25 cents" fisrtfie y
confetsion'on which the prosecution is basing rrtiich of jtaf case again; the. self-ccN v
fjdent 47-year-old attorney. ; ' ' f
ii,.rniani a nawAhiatriat' a. -wall '' oh vsician. recalled Mlro "savlnsr -that i. he V
looked forward to defendinp-
155. ; -!
nrPoertpfi hV fir. Hit,
rlano" cwrrtz .nd followed- by
Drs Oonzalez Ruia' and MSrto
ynder questioning py vw"-"
Attorney Francisco Alvarado,
Jr.,' Gonzalez Ruiz specified that
neither cadet Tejada,- nor code code-fendant
fendant code-fendant cadets Luis C. Hernan Hernan-dei
dei Hernan-dei of Camilo Gonzalez, or code' code'-fendant
fendant code'-fendant Rodolfo St. Malo had
made Charges against Miro while
under influence of the drug
Th. four v doctors testlilea
tha Miro refused to allow
himself to be Injected with the
drug, which Gorria, the direc director
tor director of the Matias Hernandez
Psychlatrie Hospital, said Is
mistakenly caUed a "truth
The doctors also coincided In
that ;Miro waa net forced or
threatened into making the con confession,
fession, confession, which he said he re retracted
tracted retracted the very next day, They
said Miro was the only one of
irrmirt nt five ausnects who
objected to the ; administration
-iirf.itlw pnnrtiipt.lniT tne
cross-auestioning of the doctors.
With S. raKOna. UW1U Mmymivt
on one side and a sergeant on
th: nther Miro was halted in
his Questioning of. Dr. Gorriz
land told "he would have to wait
until. Gomz was caiiea as ius
(Mlro's) witness ne .warnea w
other, than those related to the
administration 01 me arug.
The four doctors aiso amiwra
that tape recordings were taken
of the coniessions oi tne
men' Apparently, the truth
nm was not administered to Hy-
Hyams to juror Efrain Campo
at tha time.
nun uu un.n iwuuj ui.jvi iuwm gj iiiiuiiivu
Alfonso Federico Hyams against his co-defendant Jp$i; v
himself at public hearing1
tha anp were turned ver 1' to
th lVien tn harira of the narcel
Modelo, where, the interrogation
, Up to now, no one nas neen
able to produce tha tape record recordings
ings recordings v t I
Under questionlnr by the
D.A., Dr. Rognonl did not re- 1
'member hearlnf Miro confess
that he had killed.' President
Remon, r because he 1 was busy
at the time and-did not pay
much attention to what any of
the accused said.
He also testified5, that he did
not know where the tape re recordings
cordings recordings were taken after, he
made them..'2-f "v "v-.
. "v-. pr. GonzAle Ralz was the on only
ly only ?bne of the four doctors ques questioned
tioned questioned during i the morning ses-
sinn whlrh arideri at 15-95 who
Ut.i'f that .tatmnr rihlef Ju-
tlce Jose M. wsauez Diaz ana
former Assemblvman Raimundo
Ortega Vieto were present when
the four men i were questioned
under the Influence of pentotaL
' -".'7 yy
The other three doctors said
no one else was present except
Alvarado and his secretary. ;
Hyam' held the spotli?ht -gain
last night as he had dur during
ing during the rnornlnt session yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Returning from sr ride with
the whole court along the route
nllpcrprtlv talcpn bv himself and
Miro to-and from the now-demolished
juan Franco racetrack
on the night ot Jan-4, 1935. Hy
ams recounted tm tne courtroom
all that had transpired. :
Dvim anld he had driven Ml,
ro to the home of bla father, the
m. uitunu ?
ser-'Ruben Miro then said he had
gone -to get $80 to gfve him to
Tejada and policeman. In last
1 Ar i-i IaI .e tiitMMArttl'A ',
it an inopportune time 4,f fit
thir rnnflirtinn vffrcinnc-'r.ff
cut down Presfdenf Jose) A.
just ; before the hooting,
a man he later identified,
he was with Mils girlfriend",
j ( 2
Gracia moved the casf alonj
and '.'becoming the most
Franco. He. established the time
ftr rt.rar1niT Vha niita' th
took to approach Juan Frane ;
from tne rear, Hyams expiainea
how he heard explosions like
firecrackers while driving along
the road to the San tuario)
- Hyams declared that Miro left
th cur when, thaw- had hacked
into to a road behind the track,
empiy-ntuiaea. -. xiyaina stua am
saw Miro go below the outside
and inside rallsof 't th e track!
while he (HyamsV walked In the
same direction. About 20 seconds
later ha heard Inrfe-hammaT JtVa
sounds which alarmed him,
He had started back to ; the
car. remembering that, he had
left the lights on, Hyams said
when he hear.d more explpi'is.,,
e was anoui to step out
car alter tumine off ti
when he heard an-.ec..o
nlngby,f .v-iwf -Shortly
! shouting ,"Lets go n
one just shot 1 Remon,"
told the court. 1
Hyams said he saw tl-. r
tbe' man who came r'
in the light, of, an
and his own he. .. ?
drove away from. the t
Several days after 1 : s
Hyams identified Tejada i:
lice Hne-nn1 although
had a beard at the time.
months later he said, f e
aanr Teiftrift waJkfnr In the nriu
on- vard and arain t-fp r f1f
him as the man he saw ri. ning -. ;
away irom juan Franco. .the j
nieht President Remon was as it
sasslnated. --' ; (
scene, Hyams gesticu-
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THE MAIL BOX
ANSWERS AND ADVICE
It seems that Stripes (Mail Box, Oct. 18) wants some answers
jHere they are:
f To his question No. 1: Pieces of heavy equipment not design designed
ed designed Xor pleasure or personal use, yet necessary for carrying out
ffirojects to change the face of the earth and performing deeds
tfc mankind's benefit, are not required to have licenses affixed
In the United State? they are allowed on the highways, with
certain reservations necessary to protect other vehicles around
Jtfierc The contracting agency wnicn uses sucn vemwes is ai
.nmv'wii..nrntected with insurance. The average driver, know
,lna such vehicles are on the road in front of him, should use
.'caution in his efforts to pass. He should be thankful that, such
"vehicles exist, otherwise there would be no roads along which
he could drive benina tnem.
i Rh-JriPs in trvinflr to compare his home town with Panama.
This Is Panama. As good and as bad as it is, he Is the foreigner
"iiere. Unless he understands Latin people he will never have
the feeling of belonging He belongs to a different mode of life,
a different exercise of capabilities. He feels alone now, there
fore he wonders. He should try to understand the people among
whom he is serving his tour of duty. Try to believe in them, as
jhe does in his own people, une neeas to De uiun&iw mat. pcuyje
tare not all the same.
Question No. 2: He is right. It is partly the parents' fault
But not all. A good deal of propaganda is led to parents by
'these who "know.'- Parents, not being; much older than their off
spring, are easily led by the forces which they trust and which
tney ioliow ukc a goa.
t a i-hiid'K dress is unimDortant. What is Important is what
J taught them, so that some day as men and women they may
take their place in mis rmxea-up wona wnicn in aue ume mey
wlu have to take care of and rule. Let them have fun now, but
teach them to be able to accent responsibility later on.
Question No. 4: A serviceman will never be able to defend
himself, whether It be in private or in public. He must learn
that his life and aspirations are not his own so long as he serves
ills country. It is equally necessary mai ouiera, wno are nui m
rublic service, be given a guarantee of security.
By serving his time Stripes, and many others like him, will
possibly learn the significance of his acts. He is "Important In
he maintenance of many things the security of a free life for
those he loves, and for others who come after him. ;
! Some of the actions he may be called upon to perform are
difficult at times, but even as a civilian he would not be com-
nietelv free If he cares to helD the.worldXso. round; If his lead
Officer seems screwy now he will find plenty of bosses in civilian,
life are just the same.
" PennlP. will forever hate the Army. Yet when they are diS'
charged they will forever brag about their service. No. one cares
to bp subjugated to anything, yet sometimes t necessaryf Peo People
ple People Jnot 1 being -.perfect, must sometime accept forceful action
necessary ior ineir own survival., rms ivrce ia necessary 50 mm.
their love of their country Is not used in vain, but is used to
ensure the survival of those present and those who will come
t The Army will never give love and compassion; it will give
strength and courage to repel something which might endanger
ourluture livelihood. The Army's business is to face reallt yjPor
many persons it comes hard. Without leadershlp,aa rotten as
It is at times, it is still necessary to help man td accept more
progressive Intelligence Progress has Inconvenienced many
By VICTOR RIESEL
By Stripes' very desire to question I feel he will not be "cut
down to size." Instead, he is growing. May he keep seeking an answers.
swers. answers. The answer is always waiting someplace round the cor cor-iier
iier cor-iier for a man who desires to learn something beyond himself.
Best of uck to Stripes.
M. R. Crewe,
EMPTY PAT ENVELOPE
I know that the only important people in the hierarchy of
the Panama Canal are the accountants, and I am sure that
jthess? people are doing their best to keep the company solvent,
auinongn x oiten wonaer u tneir aecimai-point system saves
nough to pay their salaries and tne salaries of the clerical stall
hey seem to need.
. 2 However, in their eagerness to forage for the elusive dollar,
hey should not lorge. that human lives have some (if small)
. Iralue toa
? I am referring to the sad Situation of the payroll deduction
' "' lystem for hospital expenses. The case I will cite is factual.
A local-rate employe enters Gorgas with a heart attack: He
-Tvweaxed, and gradually restored to some semblance of health.
JMTrhe Is discharged, and back to work he goes.
' ThaVhospital expenses are deducted from his pay check. He
1 JhM nothing left.
He tries to raise a loan. Has no success. His family is with with-.
. with-. '. ut groceries. His poor old heart can't take it. Be has another
ieart attack and finishes up back in hospital. v-
, 41 This time he will have to stay longer. His expenses will be
, Jhlgher;-ls family will go hungrier. Where will It end?
- t It seems that there should be some system by which an em employe
ploye employe is always left with eating money, even, if bis hospital bill
staggered over a period of months. v
a These accountants, who make such big shots of them them-,
, them-, wives in backing well-publicized charity drives where the world
an see whaf kind hearts they have, would do well to think of
the human lives they affect, before they adopt such heartless tac tactics.
tics. tactics. There must be some way the employe could be allowed to
iUve, and the Panama Canal Company could still get its pound of
i Adds Up
CHICAGO :t It wasn't until
wandered into a Loon hotel f In
searcn or an angle on the Team
sters' high command meeting in
me upper reaches of ue hostelry
that I realized I really left a biiz-
ger story dsck at tne Hotel Bar
clay in New Yro. .w-.t'f"
When you open this Teamster
saga you find it isn't merely
fight between lame ducks and dead
ducks. Irs the story, too.. of a
new type of unionism business u u-nionism.
nionism. u-nionism. Literally business union
ism, meaning that the new kind
of Teamster Jeadership is made
up of men who want, to sit on
both sides of the table at the same
They turn their union strenzth
into business opportunities and be
come business executives, some sometimes
times sometimes influencing large corpora
That's what it was reallv all
about 'upstairs, plus some muscle.
Back in New York, however, with
out the muscle, but with the mil millions,
lions, millions, there was a man who had
out-raced them to the Executive
That man is John L. Lewis. Last
week night he slipped secretly into
New York and registered at the
dignified Barclay Hotel. He went
unnoticed for three days, when he
left, for he did not call any old
labor cronies. Lewis did not tele telephone
phone telephone Dave Dubinsky so they
could twit each other about who
had gone wrong. He did not spend
much time with the Lorgshoremen,
though the ILA still owes him some
$350,000 and it was the ILA chief.
Cant. Bradley, who had erected
Lewis at the gang plank when
John L. retuned from London some
Lewis, president df the redkv
hewn coaldigger's union, did
none of this, bee use ha really
hadn't coma Into New York as
a labor leader, fit came as
businessman. Ho cam to sit
in on a moating of the Board of
Directors df tho American Coal
Shipping Co. now practically
Indeed he is as important to that
Board of Directors as President
Eisenhower's protocol chief at the
Queen's dinner. For Lewis coal
miners own a third of American
He met with the board in Man Manhattan's
hattan's Manhattan's financial district and
their problem was how to end a
strike against one of their proper properties
ties properties the Bull. Line. Lewis .raised
no objection to appealing to the
very same Federal Courts which
once fined his outfit $1,300,000 for
Last Wfretoll IsVescapetfdtfcV
in the bi city," But the story H
not being overlooked in labor; cir cir-cles,
cles, cir-cles, Remember that, Lewis has
always set precedent. v
v Now some of his old followers
look at all this and say that they,
too, want to bo on tho other side
f the table. And soma of those
old followors, fascinatingly e e-nought,
nought, e-nought, don't mean that they
want to buy in either.
"I'm Not Cool to the Idea' Any More"
rxi in a
IliU A. . m
y MIW aiAEioii
In Mew York
94 This is in rebuttal of a recently published attack on the An -con
school. Apparently the person complaining has completely
missed the point of this school To all of us who have known
And loved the little scboolhouse these many years, such an at attack
tack attack is unwarranted.
We have often referred to Aneon as a little United Na Nations"
tions" Nations" which indeed it is. Here our children have an opportunity
of mixing with different nationalities and learning about Pan Pan-lama.
lama. Pan-lama. Not one of the other Canal Zone schools ever celebrates
, -Camay-all to with native costumes and dancing provided by the
rung students. The mixed element at the school proves to be
democratic meeting ground for the little one, one where the
word segregation never Is heard. It Is the only school here which
comes closest to a real public school back home so how can
anyone tripe about lt?t r- i i
J There Is only one point made try the attacker which is true,
and perhaps officials will do something about it. in the next
school semester. ,-
It Is unfair to have mixed classes where two trades are stu studying
dying studying at the same time, it Is unfair to the teacher and unfair
to the students. Originally, it was the policy according to the
principal, that if a child attended a mixed grade one year, that
he would not be put In one the- following term. This has not
worked out quite this way. -.
I know a number of parents who are concerned over the fact
that their children have been placed in mixed grades for two
rr even three years In a row. couldn't something be done about
this? -.' - ..
But otherwise, most of us, have no gripes about Aneon. We
ope it will continue to thrive and keep that wonderful spirit
Thow Ha li Air ta 4ti a Irmi m-m
a Aij ejiit, t jj exa vue uti ill au
Socialist labor leaders do. that la
bor should simply have the right
to sit on management boards. And
there are those who beiieve that
this will be come a demand garden-type
like pension and welfare
funds and the day off for your
The first hint of this here In
Chicago some three weeks ago. It
was in the keynote speech of one
Ralph Helstein, president of the
United Packinghouse Workers. He
was at a parley to set wage po policies
licies policies for new contracts in the
meat industry. Said Helstein:
"We will demand a seat ami
a vote en tho boards of corpo corpo-tations...!
tations...! corpo-tations...! -want a vote, but I
also believe that tha noiso I
could make would offset, or at
loast water down policy regard regarding
ing regarding prices, products to bo made,
plant locations and tha speed of
"...it is essential that there be
public representation on corporate
boards. Labor h one of the few
groups which can figure some
way to do this..."
And -some labor people, seeing
tne success 01 those unionists who
got to the other side of the table,
are trying hard to neure a way.
And they may, too, if the past
really is prelude.
SPUTNIK AND CO.
Man, the splendid savage, has
thrust a finger into the heavens
and is nearing the day when he
can touch a star. The ability to
roam the skies will undoubtedly
inaugurate the greatest era of ex
ploration. Mankind's biography in
dicates that the desire to navi navigate
gate navigate the radiant heights is almost
as old as civilization. Over two
thousand years ago. the Greeks
originated a science known as as
tronomv. During that period. 1
Grecian author named Lucian au authored
thored authored a science-fiction yard hlEh-
lighted ,hy am interplanetary ro-
Is stale news to Jules Verne fans.
The Imaginative One f discribed
such a weapon in one of his nov
els. Moreover, me iaea oxuuuzing
rocket weapons was the subject
for numerous essays penned by
15th Century military experts. In
other words, the startling page'
one news today has its roots in
e 1 IIiiiiIii Jir liiyBisiila l
The 12 feme la tho broast broast-plato
plato broast-plato of the high priest Aaron,
deacrfiMd in the biblical book
of Exodus, are said to have
been the origm of the idea est
the birthstene. According to
tradition, each month has its
owe precious oc sjetnlpieclous
stone or stories which bring
good hxk to a person bora bx
that month. Another legend at attributes
tributes attributes the idea for btrtb-
stones to the U precious stone
that formed the foundation of
the Holy City, of which St
John soeoka ia ih Rtvik d
RevelattoB, j r.
History often takes a certain
whimsical course. A seemingly in
nocuous event has momentous con
sequences. The activity of unknown
humans has incalculable effects en
multitudes. .Back in 1943, an
RAF recdnnatssace Diane on a rou
tine photographic mission wnizzea
Ppnfmunde in Germany
with its cameras clicking. Several,
days later, an eagle-eyed photo h-
terpreter spotted someuuug unu unusual
sual unusual in one of the photos. Tlure
seemed to be a series or da Ik
streaks in the earth. Additional
nhotoeraohs were immediatuy
mari of the susDicious area. Tae
lens picked up ramps ana sorne
ihinir that seemed like small robot
nlanes. The conclusion was obvi
ous: The Germans had some sort
of missile. An intensive A 111 eld
hnmhurriment of Peenemunde aid
other launching stations was ord
ed. The result was a 6-month ie
lay in the progress of Gerinin
missiles. Many military authof authof-ties
ties authof-ties now agree on this: 3 If the
Germans had another S months 0
develop their rocket weapons t e
outcome of the war would ha e
Ivan Sputnik still has many if
our officials reeling, i ObviousLr,
they were surprised and shockii
by the Russian satellite and Cor -munist
progress in the guided mi
sile field. It is apparent that Was -ington
has eriously underesthna underesthna-ed
ed underesthna-ed the Soviet's progress. T h e r t
are now promises and threats rf
Congressional investigations. .
The truth is that Russia's advams
in this field is hardly stop pre s
news. It should have been obwoil 1
to anyone who can read. For et
July 13th, 1947, the Washmgto 1
Post reported: "Intelligence r
ports indicate clearly that the &
viets are making an all-out attac
on the entire area of the guide
missile. In this effort the Russian
are betas: aided by no less thai
7,000 German scientists." f
lmlMtl. tho Russians wol
their greatest military victory sWj
or trn war onaoa. iny "'"itm.i.
etoly kidnappod thousands of jewi
man wvmvr, irnww.i.... l
ontists engaged In missile-pro joe--iu
mwtd hlnnad thom
to Darkost Russia, in raddltim
the Rnssians dismanftosl meal
Gorman recant plants ana traRf
portod thom te the SovotTHero
was an Alfred Hitchcock touch fo
sinister historical el r a ra m.
Whea Natiland began teppikw,
maav esnsn acrostiats bwried
rhoir vhal ootoe ond plaas wndsr
shallow stRaams, m woumain
cam and ether soemtngty Inae Inae-cossible
cossible Inae-cossible placoa. After tho war ( (-and
and (-and erea today Allied sad Cen Cen-muhnist
muhnist Cen-muhnist egowts engagod hi
wadorcevor strvgglo to Rnoartn
tho orociowa cWuments. It is
toe fanciful to saggost that i ho
world's most potent weepons sr ;
raprosoatod by saere slips of
Fantasy has become a reality
Nevertheless, the man -made
moon beep beeping around the
globe would come as no surprise
10 Lonarao Da vinci. lie not on
ly conceived the idea of rockets
but suggested the atomic theory
of matter. Leonardo, the World's
greatest genius, also wrote this
grim prophecy: "There shall come
forth from heneath the ground
that which by its terrific report
shall stun all who are near it and
cause men to drop dead at Its
breath, and it shall devastate ci
ties and castles.; It shall seem ( to
mea 'that they. See new destruc
tion in the sky, and flames des descending
cending descending therefrom; the rays of
the sun will kindle fire on the
earth, whereby that which is be
neath the sky will be set alight.
Men will take a pleasure in see
ing their own works worn out and
During the past decade, there
were numerous similar ominous
warnings in countless publications.
For example. Martin C a i d i n's
book, "Rockets and Missiles Past
and Future" (published by Mc Mc-Bride
Bride Mc-Bride in 1954): included the fol
lowing: "New Russian develop
ments indicate that the Soviet U-
nion is apparently well on its
way toward perfecting the true
intercontinental guided missile
with rages of several thousand
miles. The seriousness of the
threat inplied in Russian perfec perfection
tion perfection of the '103' motor far more
powerful than anything yet known
10 exist anywhere in the world-
is that unless the United States
matches this superlative Russian Russian-achievement,
achievement, Russian-achievement, we are. or soon will
be, far behind the Soviet Union in
guided missile weapons. The situa
tion embraces more than missiles
for bombardment. The missile
capable of intercontinental flieht
is also the first potential space
satemte . .in short, there were
some Paul Reveres to sound the
aiarm. unionunateiy, they were
outnumbered by Rip Van Winkles.
Interplanetary travel has pass passed
ed passed from the realm of dreams. It
is now a foreseeable event. And
someday it will bsceme a practi practical
cal practical necessity. .One of tho most
fascinating facts abe'ut our uni
vers is this: The earth ia grad
ually slowing down and cooling
ctff. And there will came a time
when It will be too cold to sup
port human life, or any kind of
life. When that crical era arrives.
mankind WHl need Interplantaray
rockets to find refuqu on another
planets However, there U "o rea
sen for sloeples nlohts about thi
problem. Tho cooling off process.
will take millions of years.
Incidentally, one of tho arou
manta against the possibility of
interplanetary travel is that hu humans
mans humans are incapable of Withstand
ing excessive speeds required for
such a journey. Well, tht fact is
that all of us are now traveling
at eo,000 miles per hour. That Is
thi spaed of the earth In its or or-bit,
bit, or-bit, you'll be astounded to learn.
When Galileo Wanted his tele
scope at the skies ana oeneia
the grandest spectacle open to
mortal sight the vision of i n f i i-nity
nity i-nity -humanity made a xassive
step in its slow but steady pro pro-sresi
sresi pro-sresi toward -the starry peaks.
Now another giant step has been
made. .Telescopes, e a m e r a s,
spectroscopes, thermocouples, e e-lectronic
lectronic e-lectronic brains and slide rules
are essential tools in probing the
skies. Nevertheless, mankind's
most vital instruments remain the
mind, the heart and the spirit.
The story of civilization, offers an
abundance of evidence to buttress
this fact: Every material product
that man has created ne can
change, supplant or harness to
serve him. jno maenme or wea weapon
pon weapon has ever conquered the mind
that originated it. And there is
always reason, to liope that hu humanity
manity humanity will make this eathe some something
thing something more than dying tar.v
WASHINGTON Mayor: Bob
Wagner of New York, who would
not receive King Saud of Saudi
Arabia but did receive Archtvshop
Makarios of Cyprus, played it
safe with the Queen 61 England;
When the Queen's special Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore and Ohio train arrived in
Staten Island, .the Mayor, was not
in hand to meet her. He waited
until she arrived at City Hall. ;
Quite a hullabaloo was raised
when Eisenhower previously declin declined
ed declined to meet the President of Bra Brazil,
zil, Brazil, the President of Italy, the King
and Queen of Greece.: and other
chiefs of state when' they arrived
at Washington airport or Washing-.
ton Union Station. 1
He Waited at the White Houbc
In the case of King Saud, Ike made
an exception and went to the air
port. This was why British officials
made sure that the : President
would put the Queen of England
at least in the same category as
the King of Saudi Arabia and go
to meet her at the airport. He did.
But the Mayor of New York is
a law unto himself. He claimed
that proper protocol requires that
he await the Queen at. City Hall.
Another mayor, born in Ireland,
warmhearted Bill O'Dwyer.drd not
follow the policy. I recall that when
I arrived in New York with the
Friendship Train, Mayor O'Dwyer
did not wait at City Hall, but went
down to the iBatterv at the lower
tip of Broadway :o meet me and
ride tip Broadway urine same
But Mavor Wacner. whose father
was born in Germany, waited in
reeal splendor in City Hall to greet
the Queen of England, whose an ancestors
cestors ancestors likewise were born in- Ger
many. ... Vi. :
Note-4-Uo for reelection next
month the Mayor figures there are
a lot of Irish voters plus .some
Greek voters in New York,
to pump their oil through their
subsidiary pipelines, the indepen independent
dent independent oil companies were out of
luck. Tney couldn't compete. v
Arnold won his case and got
a consent decree -limiting the oil
companies to a; seven-per cent
proni-en tneir pipelines, i" v
Bet like many consent doenses
In antitrust cases, It has liter)
flgrantly flouted. The oil com companies
panies companies thumbed their nose' at tH
court and Attorney Cenei
Brownell's Justice Departmeur
did nothing about : it. 1 v
Finally. Congressman 1 Mannia
Celler of New York announced
an investigation. 'f. X;.-f
- Three weeks after his annouhc
ment, the Justice iiDept. figur
ed that it might be shown up ia
a bad light. So it got busy;' filed
suit against Standard Qu of India
na, owner of the Service Pipe line
Company; Tidewater Oil Compa Company,
ny, Company, owner of Tidal Pipe Line Com
pany; Arapahoe Pipe Line Com
pany, owner by Sinclair Refining
Company- and .Pure Oil; and the
Texas Pipe Line Company, owned
by the Texas Company. -. .":.-
. Congressman Celler 'has alrea
dy accomplished a lot; but he'll
go ahead 'With his probe anyway.
ONE' MAN'S SACRIFICE
WHITE HOUSE NEWS CURTAIN
The problem of getting news out
of the White House is becoming
more and more difficult.
White House correspondents re recently
cently recently made a-formal protest a a-irninst
irninst a-irninst the- bnishoff eiven them
by new Secretary of Defense Neil
McElroy. He was a lot different
from garrulous Charlie Wilson, hrs
About ten days before the arrival
ofQueen Elizabeth, -the. UP'S Mer Mer-rinlan
rinlan Mer-rinlan Smith, dean of White House
correspondents, hart a snowaown
with White House press secretary
.Tim Hacertv. vi
Smith had made repeated queries
on various questions was unable
to get answer. Finally ne said
"Up in Newport w couldn't get
anvhinif' frWnstti President Je-
cause he waaW hi vacation; Now
th excuse is that he's Imsy sTet-
ting ready for Queen Elizabeth.
"I can't see that he-has Ho do
much to prepare for the Queen's
visit He does to meet her once.
And h eives her a dinner What
is keeping him so busy? Is he go going
ing going to cook the meal?"
New sUircontinues tight around
the White House.
Bid OIL VS. LITTLE Oik :
To tha Aavn whm trust bust
ing Thurman Arnold was keeping
an eagle eye on big business as
head of the Justice Department's
Antitrust Division., he brought a
historic, suit against the big oil
rnmnanies for eettina kickbacks
from the oil pipelines they owned.
wnn ine 011 moguis paymg less
Some people claim' Washington
is a stony-hearted ci,ty," full at
oureaucrats, retired Army-Navy
officers, defeated- politicians who
think. more about the places they
came form than the city in which 1
they now live. Maybe it used la f
be that wav. I don't know.'
IBut I do know that the other day
1 was sitting with a man who was
busier than the proverbial one-arm
ed paper-hanger," but who took
time out to do all sorts of things'
for his community. t 1
Be was never too busy to handle
the drive for Christmas: Seals, or
the Red Cross,,-or the Campaign
to aid crippled children, though he
was the head ... of the Hecht Com
pany r and three big department
I was with Harry Davidow that
day, planning a campaign to aid
juvenile delinquency through the
Big Brothers. With us as Herbert
Goodman of Remington-Rand, an another
other another busy man who can alwaVs
find time to help others.
We worked for ocer an hour
outside Davidow's office other
iople were, waiting. We .left';
Shortly after we left Harry Davi Davidow
dow Davidow suffered :a stroke never raK
lied. He died giving himself td
his community. v
Harry Ravidow, was a Jew. Herb
Goodman -who is heading tjhe f'jjl
Brothers Tunds drive, is aTCarho
lic. This fact was accidental. But
I like to think of that; cooperation
and Harry Davidow's sacrifice as
the kind that makes this country
great, and proves that Washing
ton, D.C., is not tne stony-hearted.,
city people sometimes say it is.
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US AMBASSADOR AND MRS. HARRINGTON
ENTERTAIN. f OR, FOREIGN MINISTERVwIFE
Th''' Ambassador 'iof th? United states pt America and
Ms. Julian Fiske Harrlnjton, are fjlvin a dinner at their
residence at "La Crest, tonijht,. In- honor of the Forelrn
Minister of Panama and .Mrs. Aqpilino Boyd. l, ,
Marriage Anrwoaf ed Lf ,
Mr. and Mrs,X; WUUa; Shorte
Jo4ray announce the marriage c
their daughter Cynthia Jofira.
Matthews to Mr; Franklin Tim:
Birdsall Jr. on Sept.' 19 at t h t
First Presbyterian Church in Sau
talito, California.,;;!' ..
Miss Gabriels Msrciacq, daugh.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hector Mar-J
. 1 1 1 ib. Kwi rim f( I
pupo win uecuiuc iuo uiiuo
Bruce Motta, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arturo Motta this afternoon. v
MUs Marciaca has been the
uest of honor vat many pre-wed-
ng parties given uy ner inenas.
Fnllnwini? a simole ceremony, a
small famfly reception will be held
at the Mottjrs home.; ; ,,
Mr. and Mrs. Horlnt,
.Back For Visit
Mr, and Mrs. George C.Honne
arrived on the 6 S. "A neon"
Thursday afternoon and will visit
with their daughter and family.
Mr. and, Mrs. William L. Brooks
and son of Margarita. During their
stay they will also visit with their
son and his family, Mr. and Mrs.
Larry Horine of Balboa.
' '" ' ; ,v-'v?'-'
Taatv combination of fresh and ripe tomatoes,
paisrika. onions, mushrooms.- or mtt, salt and
eplces. So valmnle to tisey satisfies the most del delicate
icate delicate palate. Mapgi Seasoned Sauce adds flavor
-to r" your favorite dishes. -
T Try this delicious Sauce
with-' spaghetti. : meats,
1t omelets aid sea foods.
Buy a few cans todiy.
J Seasoned Sauce-
f 3"Tne Tserrei ior an
- i t rich' flavor"
Mr. and Mrs. Horine, form en
Atlantic side residents,, left-, t he
Isthmus following his retirement
front the Commissary Division-in
1950, and have been living in Cal California
ifornia California until this summer when
they moved to Phoenix, Arizona.
Will Entertain :
Pledges At Dinner" '
Members of Alpha, Chapter Beta
Sigma Phi will entertain their
pledged at a dinner party next Sat
urday evening at the Tivou. Guest
House. The Pledge Ritual will be
heid at 3 p.m. Sunday at the heme
of, Ann Maloney. New members
will be Delores O'Conner, Elsie
Biystohe and Ann Rocker. Last
Sunday the members held their
Preferential Tea at the home of
theif"SponsorvMrs. Maloney. Bet
tv- Borer and MareaYet -CappS we
sided "over th' beautifully deicor
area abie: ""' .rM,
; V ft ' '" 'f
Alpha Chapter looks forward to
an active amveainrui year. -Mem
bers-at -large are urged to attend
future -meetings which will- be
held' on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays
of each month. Additional informs
:ion may be obtained from the
recording Secretary, Fern Morse,
'eephone Bajboa 4282.
(CONTINUED" ON PAGE B)
V SIMON'S CHURCH
.Special preachers are listed, for
the patronai lestival ht. Simon's
church in Gamboa, observance of
which will begin tomorrow with
choral communion at 7 a.m.
The Rev. John H. Townsend will
deliver the sermon at this service.
While ,the priest in charge! Father
John Spear, -will be the celebrant;
The "Rev, 'AUan R. Wentt will
preach for evensong at 7 p.m.
J' Commemorating the feast of St.
Simon and St. Jude next Monday
will be noiy communion at 9 a.m
The patronai lestival observance
will be concluded with evensong
and procession 7 p.m., when the
Very Rev. Mamert J. Peterson,
dean of the Cathedral of St. Luke,
il L iL l
wm ue ine preacner.
ulllli Hi ONI JOr I
When you DRINK
... DON'T DRIVE
When, you DRIVE
(; i i DON'T DRINK
Is Lecture Topic 1
Tuesday At T
'.'The Balsaria of ; the Guaymi
Indians" will be the ; subject ol
the lecture oh ; Tuesday at 7;30
.m.-at we Balboa YMCA-USO.
' Wesley H. Townsend, well known
local explorer and Canal Zone ci civil
vil civil cngnieer. will illustrate the
talk wth colored aides.
This is the story of a trip made
last AprU, two days on horseback
out ofTo'e, Chiriqui Province,
and shows the annual balsaria cel celebration,
ebration, celebration, which is a orimitive car
nival type of affair.
The guaymis are the Indians, of
western Panama. Many of their
customs and ways -of living will
d explained, by Townsend.
This is the fourth in the series
of outdoor adventure series at the
"Y," and is open to the public
mi I 1 ST fl Tlhr. Is 'l
PEMCO, S. A. Pleased To
the moving of its
business closer to thef
canal zone in automobile row.
' I,. TELEPHONES REMAIN THE 8AME.
TELS. 2:0181 2-2099 ;
ST. PETER'S CHURCH
As an act of thanksgiving on oc occasion
casion occasion oi its-aifth anniversary, the
Pacific Evergreen Garden C f u b
will worship at St. Peter's church
in JLa boca tomorrow morning.
In this connection, members of
the club are attending the choral
eucnarist at 10:30. for which the
Kev. John Spear, priest in charge,
1 .k. 1-1 H. I
win ue me ceieuiani ana preacn preacner.
(Organized by Mrs. Pat Morgan,
the garden dub had its inception
in St. Peter's parish, hall, where
meetings are still held sometimes,
although the group is hot, connect connected
ed connected with, the church.
Preceding the eucharistic serv service,
ice, service, there will be morning prayer
and church school at 9 a.m.. also
confirmation class 9:30 by Father
T flnd vmt place
. In K werthlp MrvicM
of hl$ frl.ndly churth
WHERE VERY SERVICE
IS A SPIRITUAL TREAT
(Juirt back sf th Balboa K. R.
WILLIAM H. BEEBY
Rail la outlet HOXO TM Ke.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
Sunday School can be a spiritual experience, if
the Word of God is faithfully taught and Jesus'
Christ is presented as Savior and Lord.
8 :20 TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"Religious Snobs" or "Favoritism
; In The Church"
James tells us
not free from
sartially is sin, yet churchej are
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
There Is great difference between Scripture knowl knowledge
edge knowledge and practice. The church needs people trained
to practice their Christianity.
7:30 "THE CHRISTIAN'S ATTITUDE
TOWARD THE LIQUOR QUESTION"
If the church doesn't stand against liquor and
drunkenness, who will? ;
EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES
If you know a friend maid,
greet her by name when she
opens the door for you. Saying,
"Good morning, Mary.- is Mrs.
Smith in?" Is gracious.
Foregoing the greeting to ask,
"Is Mrs. Smith at home?" ia not
a gracious salutation.
;VS for Reservation Call
Ellen Bailey ,....2-3712
Bill Bright ....273-314$
Rose Casey ; ; 2-3630J
Meyer Soltkin ; . 2-3407
Virgilia Pearce .2-3642
William Townsend. 2-2472
Harnett A Dunn .2-4239
Nov. 8th, 1957
El Panama Hotel
Those who gather here to worship
Find the Lord is always hear.
He expects you in His service
Why not join in song: and prayer?
rmOP 1 iioirr- a-
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
"Man shall not live by bread alone but by the Word of
God. Wa teach the Bible in every class. You ought to
come and know the Truth of God. Begin Sunday to
I I .00 "THE ETERNITY OF JESUS CHRIST"
"On contrast to many religions the Bible teaches that
Christ was without beginning and end. You will not
want to miss these series of message on I John."
6:00 JET CADETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
Every parent should support this youth Work.
7:00 "THE LAW OF SPIRITUAL HARVEST"
COLORED SLIDES MEDICINE MEN TO SAN BLAS
"Honor God with your presence in worship and praise.?
INTERDENOMINATIONAL FRIENDLY EVANGELICAL
NURSERY INSPIRING MUSIC BIBLE PREACHING
n v n .JT
-,:: Koasled in
' out 'Charcoal
. drifl.n -:'
,.. Have, fun tcith s
, -vrtiirl fariiflY. hnA
; fTiencUt in ; mosr
' place in loucn.j
Dance with the music of
Pa pi to Baker .and -his jjiTfio.
i Hofel Inlernadonal
m Feast being, observed
"etef s during .the coming -v
are at. simon. and st, Jude next
Monday and AlTSainU on FriHv
with holy communion each mom.
ing at 9, An All Soult requiem
wm also be celebrated o'clock
next Saturday ( morning,
, PROTESTANT CHURCH
Tomorrow evening in th Punm
du Protestant Church colored slides
wiu De snown ny cr. Oavid Hil,
ton on a recent mpHini trin
the San Bias Islands Aurina an
juucinu-. me ume is. 7:oo p.m.
Other services in fhA .h.i.k
for the day include Sunday School
f; X m C Morning Worship at
lt:00 a.m., Youth Fellowships at
at 7 oo evening Gospel
' Beeinninir ot fiia ..
" -,i-iuuiumj erv
"ysm series oi messages
from the First Epistle of John.
P f,rr8t me?e if "The Eteroi Eteroi-ty
ty Eteroi-ty of Jesus Christ."
The evening sermon by the
pastor will be "The Law of Spir,
tual Harvest." T
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
. Panama City
- j teaching, mission is to be
conducted at St. Paul's Church, in
inis city, commencing on Sunday
Nov. 10. and cnntifiin u-.u'
the following Sunday
Bishop Gooden will open h
mission on the 10th, after the ad administering
ministering administering of the sacrament'of
confirmation to a class of candi candi-dates
dates candi-dates to be presented by Archdea Archdea-con
con Archdea-con Shirley, Rector. ,;
Cathedral of St. Luke. Ancon, wiU
ne the missioner during the r r-majnder
majnder r-majnder of the mission.
Parishioners are preparing to
make this activity a significant
spiritual exercise in th life of St
Paul's Church k and the Episco Episcopal
pal Episcopal Church Jn Panama.
Choirs and Clergy from'- other
parishes and missions will Join in
these services which are scheduled
ior pjb, uauy celebrations
of the Holy Communion will be at
6 a.m. and 8:30 a.m..
This Sunday, the 19th Sunday
after Trinity, the Knfghts o.' St
Paul will Join irr a corporate com communion
munion communion at the 9 p.m. Eucharist.
Other services 'for the day are
at the regularly scheduled hour.
Archdeacon X.' B. Shirley1 will
officiate throughout the day.
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Tempting full-court meala, in including
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Our experienced ; two million-mil
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destination in smooth, powerful
four-engined aircraft Enroute
APA's stewardesses will cater to
your vry 'comfort.
Daylight departures only contri contribute
bute contribute to th convenience of flying
Panama Airways. Arrive refresh refreshed.
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with your plans.
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ISTH Ml AW CHURCH NOTICES
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H W 1 arte, J
WILLIAM M. BRANNON, center, of the buttdlng maintenance section, buildings and grounds
branchf U.S. Army Caribbean Engineer Section, received a $10 check and suggestion award
Certificate from Mai. J. J. Slager, left, chief of the buildings and grounds branch, in a. re
icenV ceremony at Corozal. At right Is Edmund Dolphy, of the buildinu maintenance section,
Who also received a certificate and a $15 check. Brannon suggested an improved method of
impairing racks in locker rooms of all barracks. He lives in Qtrs. 2026-D, Curundu. Dolphy
iwas rewarded for his suggestion that employes who are held monetarily liable for damage
to government vehicles be given an itemized statement of charges when payment has been
'made. He lives at 90-76 10th St., Colon. (U.S. Army Photo)
National Issues Not Expected
To Influence Coming Elections
, WASHINGTON, Oct. 26 (UP)
Elections coming up in six states
ifi the next two months will pro provide
vide provide the first billot box tests for
the national political parties since
tittle .Bock and Sputnik.
f Except in Virginia and perhaps
New Jersey, however, national is issues
sues issues are expected to be minor or
insignificant factors in the results.
Kentucky, New Jersey, New
Ifork, Pennsylvania and Virginia
Jvil hold elections Nov. 5 to fill
date and local offices and two
avant seats in the national house
4f representatives. In the seventh
Illinois congressional district in
Chicago, candidates will be nom nom-nated
nated nom-nated in a Nov. i primary for
a special election Dec. 31 to fill
another house vacancy.
-Th administration has shown
Iriiuch; interest fa the .campaign of
117r. Sf Tllrs. (Hector lllarciacq
ITlr. & lilts.
takes pleasure in announcing the wedding of
which will take place today
THE SAVINGS BANK
. Institution Guaranteed by the Stole
j Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
' j INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
' Individual safety deposit boxes, fcr jewelry and
-y f documents. In 4
i OFFICE IN PANAMA
' l0 Central Aw, at
: eomer f Street 1
(K A. Ik ROUX, C V
From : a.m.
. SATVRDAVS: from 8
NeW Jersey Republicans to win
back the governorship in that pi pivotal
votal pivotal state. A Republican victory
would repair some of the damage
suffered by the GOP two months
ago when Wisconsin Democrats e e-lected
lected e-lected a senator for the first time
in 25 years.
State Sen. Malcolm S. Forbes is
the underdog but hopeful Republi Republican
can Republican nominee to unseat Democra Democratic
tic Democratic Gov. Robert B. Meyner in
New Jersey. Meyner's reelection
would project him into the nation national
al national picture as a potential candi candidate
date candidate for the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential nomination in 1960.
Vice President Richard M.
Nixon toured New Jersey Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday in behalf of Forbes. Cabinet
and sub-cabint officials of the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration were in
the state, before Nixon.- -, f
Mrluro 11 lot In
Saturday, Oct, 26th, 1057.
; COLON BRANCH:
; Front St, i curner
ef 7th SI
R S ::.;J : .Si
CO a m to 12. era.
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
, NORTH 'U
. 4k A K 5 J i' t
AQJ97 8 4k 10 4 2
V10 9 5
Both vulnerable r .-,
South Weit Nerth Eaat
! Pass 2 4k ifi 4
PU Pi 2 A JPa
3 Pass 4 4 ss'
4 Pass 9 .Pass
fits rass .xK-p a
Opening lead 2 W
The late Ely Culbertson used
to run a monthly column enti entitled
tled entitled "Experts at their best, and
Occasionally he would show
one at his best but most of -the
time he would pick out a hand
that the quoted expert would
prefer to have left In llmboi
North came In for plenty, of
criticism with today's hand that
was played in an International
match in 1934 In which an
American team captained by Ely
decisively defeated the British
The British picked up 750
points on this hand by getting
to six diamonds while the Amer Americans
icans Americans stopped at five. Since clubs
broke 3-2 and trumps 2-1 a grand
slam was there against any de defense.
fense. defense. Culbertson's analysis was that
the American North-South pair
just forgot to bid a slam. He
criticized South slightly on the
I grounds that South could at
I some time have made a slightly
stronger move ay an imme immediate
diate immediate bid of three diamonds over
Easts two heatrs but his prlncl
pal complaint was about North.
He felt North should certainly
have cue bid hearts at some
time, preferably when he bid
four clubs over his Dartner's
UlUlllUllUO. no kl'J JJ 1 1 J tcu
out, South could have even pass passed
ed passed four clubs.
Oh. yes! The North player was
a really great expert named Ely
Ely did not make many mis mistakes
takes mistakes in either bidding or play
but when he did he would be
much harder on himself than he
would be on anyone else. It is
the only way to be a top bridge
player, The moment you start
making excusse for yourself you
are dooming your own game.
Church of Christ
SALBOAr -OEM. Balboa Road, i
Service Sunday 10:00 ajn. 11:00 a.m.
1:00 p.m. 1 i
CRISTOBAL. Amerlceo Legion Hall.
Service Sunday 10:00 ajn. .11:00 a.m
BIO ABAJO: i Houae No. 0U Uth St
; Sunday 4 JO p.m
Ml 30 U.
COIOU MAIfiibi UUJIltM
til Mruja Koa
Drawer tfe iwlDoa
aMti f. rauircwuu! rastei
Sunoa School uHLtZ
' i'rajiui Uinou J-TT ;
bvwiuiM Woimup Dm
Prayer Mmuii, Wedndy 1M p m
n ill- jicklOOl
Brouieihoou 4ih ittonday... 7;00 p.m.
jii'ii aaLurUay iu:uu am.
riRST BAPTIST UHIMCB
Balboa Heiglita, C. Z.
27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727 -.
William H. Betby, Paitet
Sunday ScWl ......... iv..!.t0 m
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 .m
Baptist Training Union 1:30 p.m
Evangeliatic Service . . i . ; 7 JO p.m
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday ,,j 1 ;W pan.
vV.M.a. Bible Study Ihunv
days ..i.w... ttW am
Men's Brotherhood (Last
Monday In month) ... TJO PJB
I1KST BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita, Canal Zone
Key. Wendell C. Parker, Pallor
sumu Scnowi M a m
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m
Baptist Training Union..;... :30 p.m
evening Worship 7:45 p.m.
Brotherhood, Tuesday 7:00 r.m.
Prayer Services, Wednesdaya .7:00 pm.
W M.U. 1st b 3rd Fridaya
GA., R.A., Sunbeams,
Friday i JO pjn.
' "(Won-Denominational Eranfelistl
c" ANA MA OH
Captain It Mrs. M. Grant
15 rebn.ar Street, Phone: 28-20054
11:00 lluliness Meeting. i
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 SalvaUon Meeting
uA BOCA CX
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Muuding no, loao, fhone: 2-as:
11:04 Uolines Meeting.
1:00 unda;- School.
' 7:30 Sa!vation Meeting.
Envoy at Mrs, C. L. Moseley
1:00 Sn.dav School.
11:00 Hn!ine. Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School.
7 :30 Salvation Meeting,
Senior apt and Mrs. C. Moonsawtry
-mm oiieck nione: js.iti,
JOLOW 1HIRI STREET
7:30 Skivation Meetine
AAlNB(iW cm C.Z.
Gnvoy J. UHL
ft. Ki.t. and Jamaica Street
11:00 Ho'inew Meeting.
3 :00 Si uday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting
I nLK,S' "r W. Olsen, Pastor
Balhi-ila RnaW mt C na.i as.. ...
( Phone 2-1486 Churrh fVfla. j toil
-1A fy l t --- ,.
10:30 a m. Worship Swvice kt
Expanded RaiAn fn m..h v-11-
- hiici7, jrvintjw-
ffr v" Primr' OepU. Chujch
m t cnnaren under 3 trs
. ..rl "i"r nign seiiowsnip
Post High Fellowship.
7:00 p.m. Senior High rellowship.'
7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
THE r.ATirK ..
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
Church School, with Adult BiH
Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45. f
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwv
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phone- Office. 3-2842. Bes. 3-14M
9 45 a m Church School. Bus servile.
c la.e : Nursery -through adult.
11:00 am. Momln Worshln.
Vnr-trv for Infanta and small crll
5:00 p.m. Junior Fetldwhlp.
(15 om Youth llowhlo
A coinolele w-herhile of siirlllary
tlvltles end officio! meetings as SI
nounced from week to week.
Rev. Walker M. Alderten, Pastor
r : a-470 ) -ta
9 ,V em Simdsv Sco)
m Mnmlne Wonhto..
Official meerlne and week-dav c
m WFTMOOIrt CNl'ICal
Rev Wtniean ) Anwnerit
ittn at. raweaae env
"eo e as MAmfre ever end
- nrn Sendee HmwI
Y'1S o sa rrevex ana)
TRiNrtr wirrrMMrr Tnm
- lu Street mn MeMwHee Avemte
CsM. If '
I tB.llMtiiss ServW hewl
-'.1s Stmday 4choot 'i
115 at tvenmt SeHrleo.
. Bol? CassuiuanaiOT IX Sundevst -Vlnniiav
: m .frever yeeeaka,
- gSE.JKFri VtTiKililfl uiiao
Baaaeew Ctty. CX (
Sunday Servtcen tea and 5 ft fli
tuadev Sabnnl tt ell e J p. SB
Teae taretteOaai Te erw aalev"
Tnaattay 1 eas. Praret Veeung
Churches of the mtav taitht in the
of Panama and ColonJ Republic ef Panama, extend a weleeme at -all
timet te men and women ef the armed setvicei, and ta civilian neigh neigh-ben,
ben, neigh-ben, f riendi and strangest.
At public tervice, The Panama American llttt below, by denomi-
nationt. noticet ef hourt of wenhin and other regular activitiet.
Littingt are rotated from time te time. Denominatlont having only
one or twe congregatient are lltted eeder "Other Churches 0 Service!."
A tpecial lilting la Included ler terricei at 'Army poiti,' Air Force batea
and Naval ttationi.' r. ..('..-
Minitten, church leeretariet and chaplaina are aiked te inform he
ntwi deth In writing by Wedneiday neon at the latest ot any changes
for the coming Saturday's church page.
MT. MAKV'B tHUBCR Balboa
Sunday Masses t 7:00. 1:00. 10:00 and
IZ:U0 a.m. r
Holy Day Muses) 15. 1:00. 11 M ajn
and 5:00 D.m. t..- v. ''
ConlMKions: Saturday, 1:30 to 6:00
and 7:110 to a:ou p.m. 'inuranay, oeiore
rirst rnaayi v:w to a:uu p.m.
Miraculouy Medal Novena: 1:00 p.m
an Mondeva. ;,...-.---. V r..
Catechism elaaa after the 1:00 mass
on Sunday. ;
High school aiuay tiuo eau p.m. on
SACRED HEART Ancoa
Sunday Masses: Sf, 1M 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day menses: gjS a.m. anJ 5:00
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sscred Heart Devotional 7:00 pJe, on
Catechism Class I 1:11 to 4:4 pjn. on
OUR LADY OF FATIMA Curunde
Sunday Mast at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Confessions: :O0 ta (:45 pm on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. 'i
' Catechism Class! Saturday I JO to 10
T. JOSEPH Psrslse
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m
Holy Day Mass at :00 p.m.
Weekday Masse : ..:00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
4:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Claaai Sunday 1:00 to 4:00
Mlraculou. Medal Novenai 70 p.m
Convert Instructional Thursday 7:00
BT. VINCENTS Panama. City
Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Masses are
6:00 and 1:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Stations
tions Stations of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 1:30 mass on
Convert Class: 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S CoeoU
-ahinaav Haas: 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 ajn, (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 1:30 to 1:00 p.m. on
; Coniesslens: 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST, JOHN BAPTIST DE lA BALLS
Parejue Lefevre :
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and a.m.
w.k Ravi Massi i3d Mon,. Thurs
evi and Sat. First Friday mass: 6:00 a.m.
0ly Day .Masses: 60 ,aja. to 6:00
Confessions! 1:30 to 430 and 7:00 to
1:00 p.m. on samraay.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Friday 7:00
vatecnism via-, o.av i-.
81. rHEBF.SrS La Beee
Convert Classr Mondsy 730 p.m.
Sunday Mast! 7:00 m.
u.i.. f. M..f a -.to n.m.
Confessions: Saturday 6:80 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 p.m..
Catechism Class: S:15 p.m.on Sunday.
Sacred. Heart Novena: 7:00 provon
CMivert taasai :0 pjav 00 Tmiraday
iV ATLANTIC SIDE i
; ST. JOSEPH'S Colon f
Sunoav Masset: 1:45, 1 :00 and 115 i.m
Holy Day Masses 1 1:45 and 1:00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to SM and
7:00 to 10 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
1:15 and 70 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m
Rnnriiv F.venlne Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Cutset. 7:15 pm, on Monday
Catechism Cla: Sunday 10:15 a.m. to
11:45 am. 1:00 p.m. to e:u pm.
rirt Fridav ExDositlon of Most Bless
ed Sscrsmeni all day HeposiUon at 530
a.m. Saturday- morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fstlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 6.-00 to
7 00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 1:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. a:oo a.m. and
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 1410 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculous Medal Novenai 1:11 and
70 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 1:00 Mas on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mass at 1:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 730, 130. U:& an.
First Saturday Mass: ..... 6:00 ejn.
Weekday Masses: 8:00 a.m.
Sa.urday .. 7 :00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:30 a.m. 5:15 pm
Confession ,. 3:45 pm. to 4:45 p.m
Parish Famllv Rnsarv end
Benediction 7:00 pjn
Discussion Inquiry Croup 730 p m.
very Friday, t ...
1st. Frlrlsy Devotions ... 7:00im
1st. Saturday Devotions .. tM p.m.
ST VINCENTS Rslnkew City
Bunds Maraeas: 6:36 a tm. .and 1.-00
Hply Day Masses; 6.-09 aja. and 6:0P
4 S to IM and IM to
l oa p.m Saturday.
Catechism Class: 10:45 is el Sunda
Convert Class every Monday et I. -OS
Mlraculou Uadal aleeeat Ida ekea
saerea Heart Novenai I .-00 pjau oc
fMM ACVLAT1 CONCPTTrON-Oaraai
Hundav Mesa- 8:i :m
Holy Day Mass: i u rn.
Confessions: 63 ta t-aa naa. as) Sat.
UMeenwi Class 4iM nta or. MnrXay
OUI LADt tjf GOOD COUNSEL
" Gemhee '
Sundar Masses i 7 end 13 la.
Holy Day Maeai M a.m. and IM
ConrWtane gatur(i.. Bnd
aiier an vvenuuj oevetlene.
Daesisma oy aotwtnimeni.
Miraeuluia kledal Kiovanat 7 -00 m.aa
Sjcred Heart Novenai tea bob eei
Sunday aonoof- ye pm. ea Sunday
Retirimn Inetnankm f'laaa Inr rhil
dren: 4 0 p.m en Thirrseay
Relleiou Instruction foe adults (Con.
ducted at Spaiueftli 7 m ajn en Mon.
Convert Irartroetlone by appointment.
Canal Zone, and the terminal citiee
The Bt. Rev., at. Htber Oeodea. IT O
The Very Rev. Malneri J Peterson,
' ANCON. CX
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS ,i-Vsj; i.''
7:30 a.nu JHoljf. Cpmmunion.
0:15 a.m. Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday),
:30 ajn, Santa wommunion, jra sw
:3 a.m. sscueia
ii no .m Mnrnine Praver and Ser
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
a Jo a n.. Holy Communion.
7:00 0 ta Evening Prayer,
5:00 a m Holy Communion.
S'3vam Holy Communion.
8:13 a m. Morning Prayer.!;
17:00 Mi. da Missionary Prayers,
of 8b Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest m Charge
Holy Communion ......... 7 M a m.
Family Prayer and
Church School 9:30 ajn
I Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer it Sermon 11.00 a m
Holy Communion :uu a m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
. "jambo'a V
St. Slmon'a Chuck -'
The Rev. John Spear, Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser.
Church School .. .... ...
Evensong and Sermon y
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS, ifjr ift;
1:00 p m
5:00 p m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 1:00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS' & THURSDAYS
' Holy Communion 7.00 a m
Mninine Pravefi 1:00 a.m.
Evening. -Frayer-, ip.tJM PJ
Family Eucharist uvn h9 80 m
- LA BOCA x
V Kt Peter'e Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer ana cnurca -'
School-' . . v. i i-. a., l oo a m
Confirmation Class:-..;. .'..-130 am
Choral Eucharist, and Ser- V
mon 1030 m
Holy Baptism ......... kij 12 :W honn
uvensong ana Aaarena :.i .v v-m
3rd MONDAYS ....
Woman's Auxiliary lis p.m.
THUBSDAYS or FEAST DAYS f
Holy Communion :u a.m
PALO SECO 1
Chapel o the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
1 :30 a m. Holy Communion.
Church of St Margaret ?
Espave and Brsros Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse ft Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS ":- t
1:45 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS no HOLY DAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan R. Went!,
priest in Charge -The
Rev. David A. Osborne,
, Vicar. Emeritus
1:00 s.m. Choral Eucharist Serrnor
1:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
J 00 -, :u. Church Schov)
(heid In Bulldtnu 131 )
5:00 pjn. Yovtb FeUowtblp
7 iiA m Fvnsnne and Address.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1 30 d in Woman Auxiliary ana Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting, ;.
St Paal's Chat eh
The Vcn. Lemuel B. Shirley, Rectet
Tht. Re Fits & Atwell. Deacon
6:00 a.m. Holy Comnr.inlon
1 0(i ii.rr Sung Eucharist A Sermon
(0:45 e ai Morning. Prayer and Churcr
12 00 ixk-t Holy Baptism
7:00 ,.m Solemn Vesper
8:30 a m Holy Communion
7 .30 d m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
6:00 tan Holy Communion
7:00 pjh. Evening Prayer
fHURSi'SAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m Hole Communion
6 00 a m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCR BY-THE-SEA
Colon, R.P. -(Opposite
The Rev. Jasaee Peter Fanner, Rertev
The Rev. Heary A. Blake, Aatlstant
' SUNDAY j
6 -Of) a.m. Holy Communion. T
g:36 ajn. Morning grayer. t "? v
00 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:36 ajn. Church School.
730 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser-
MONDAY, TUESDAY THURSDAY
IM ajn. Holy Communion.
1:0 a.m. Morning Prayer,
IM pjn. Evening, prayer.
- WEDNESDAT -
1-64 a m. Holy Communion.
7 eft jm. Morning Prayer.
736 pjn. Evening prayer end Sermon
740 ajn. Mom In Pravee.
ajn. Children' Euctiarkt.
5.-06 p-m. Evening Prsyec ...
6-0 a.ni. Holy Communion.
t 00 a.m. Morning Prer Prer-I
I Prer-I en p m. Evening Prayer.
136 p so. Comphne and Meditation.
St. Chrletooher's Churck)
10th Street, Parque Lefevre 1
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charge- i
The Rev. Clarence A. Cragwell," 1
SUNDAYS' A"U,"B, - W'
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion. . ;
7:30 a.m Sunt Eucharist and Carman.
10)90 ejn. Morning Prayer and Church
BCnOOI. 1 I :, .:
11:00 noon Holy BaptfWn.
:30 pjn Evensong And Sermon,
1M pjn. 1st and 3rd. Woman's Aujd
:30 p m. J u n I o r Daughters of tht
7 :30 p.m. Youth rllnar.hln
S:0O a.m. Holv CAmmnntMi
1M pjn. Evening Prayer and Religious
f :S2 GitW PWendly Society.
.A,,9Aml", n Singletons.
SATURDAYS t K
w.au a m. junior tonnrmatlon Bias.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Frangipani St. Ancon, CX.
Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, Faster
Box 297 Balboa, C.r Tel. 3-2601
Sundfly School i..,,.,.,. 6:45 .m
worsnip aervicp ,.,., .' 10:45 a m
Youth Service i. 6:46 p m.
Evangelistlq Service i.i,. ,,; 7:30 pjn.
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 730 pm
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENI
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box-5011 Margarita.; C.Z.
Sunday School ,, 1:45 a.m.
Morning Worship .. ...... J1:00 g.m.
evening service cau p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panamg BJ., 83rd Street East
atev a. It Brown. MUllstei -
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 8:00 D.m
Sunday Masses ....,,....?, 7:44 lli
. S Klo Abajo. RJ.
Sunday School ...........
Meetlnaa Thursdava at 7:30 o.m. and
aunuays si :uu pm,- wira uemorlal
806 Balbva. Boad, Balboa. (
CHURCH -OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on. Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 s.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 pjn
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.nw
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200, Schoolhousa Road. Gatun
ounaay acnooi;. Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
, "A Warm Hearted Cfaurcnr
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of. 83-8103
Sunday School 1:30 ajn
( A class for every age)
Morning Worship ......... 110 a m
Youth Fellowship .,.,',,, 6:00 pjn
Eevenlng Worshlo 7:00 p.m.
Prayer, and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church nursey in provided,
OLD LAIUOUC CtttKCH
St Raphael The Archangel :
13th St, West No. 1 V
Holy eucharlst:. Sunday m 1 30 at
Tuesdays. Wednesday and Tburadav
Sacrament ot Unetlop' (Healing Ser Service)
vice) Service) First Sunday oi each month ai
gfoant HallbetJ Chritrlaa Charca
Pan ami R.P
Rt Rev T ja-nes. D. D. Bishop
Morning devotion 6:00 a.m.
Fellowship Warship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School 3 :00 p.m.
Divine service 7:31) p.m
54 First Street
UrbanlzaclAn El Carmen, Panama City
uuurmai laias ana uiacussions
Thursdays. . ... . . .8:00 pjn.
Colon, 8th Front Streets
(anstaira American Baxasrr
Study glasses.. ....Thursdays, 730 p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH ,
v Espalaba St., Paraiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba Hv Stewart, Patter.
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
iinursday: coo cnou Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary Sa.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs Maude Hlnea. Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Morning worship 11:00 a.m.
Night Servle 730 pjn
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad It.
, Rainbow City, Canal Zone
' Rev.-Wm. Livingston, Fatter
THE CHURCH OF COD t
71138 Eighth Street Colon
.Rev. G. W. Grandison. Paster
Sunday School ............ 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship .,,..-, 10:30 A.m
Night Service .............. 730 pjn
Morning Worship .'....u.,.. 1:00 ajn.
Sunday School 10:30 e m
Night Servle 730, pjn
THE CHURCH Ot GOD le Aha)e
i .;.-,.:-'-.'-' r. -Monte
OScnro Rd. 16th St -Rev.
Wm, J. Johns), pastor
Sunday Schoo ...... ..... :3 t.m
Morning Worship ........... 10:30 a.m.
Night Service ............... 736 pm
CHURCH OF GOD (PentecesUI)
Rev B E. Wstson, Overseer
Phone 6-428. Box 253. Gemboe
Churchn at raralso. C.Z. t Rev. and
Mrs Hermen C. Whytei. Colon. R.P
(Rev Fernando Lorencet, Rio Abejc
inev and Mrs. Charles Hay nasi. an
Cativg (Bev. and Mrs. Clifford Greaves)
Sundsy and weekday services at all
Diablo HeighU. C.Z.
(near Diablo school )
Rev.- Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Bos It, Diablo HeighU. C.Z.
Phone : Heme, Cam baa tit
Churck tUlkaa 4171
Sunday School 100 gjit.
worship Service .......... 11:0 ajn.
Youth Service j.. ........ 70 pjn.
Evangel istrc Service ...... 730 pm
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service ...... 730 p.m.
REFORMER LUTHER CHURCH
Balboa Reed al Wight Street
Bev. Rebert F. Owarira, Paste ; I
O atoa CM. Balboa
Sunday School, Biota elan g4g aaa I
Divine Service 16:15 ajn.
Hatv Communion, first Sunday of the
s Atlantic Sid -Former
rhauel of Our Saviour's EnH)-
cepal chapel 3rd SU and Mdenoed Ave.
Mr. Eaten H. Deawer. Vieer
Stmday School, Bible Class 16 la.
Divine Service 16:15 a m. I
Holy Communion, last Sunday ef the
Jewlsn Welfare Uoarft eliis i-
tfSt,- C Rw Nathaii
Servle Fridav. 1JO ., ..
430 pm iisri
Uung oi Jewish servltea
under Post Base and Station).
' .. : ........ ,. .. .. .i-..',
CongiegHiion Kol Shearltb Israel. Ave.
ntaa Cuba and 36th Street, Bella VlstT
Psnarnt City Servioa lao ojd t V
C'HKlSTiaj, KUNU XHtjitUlJt
rim vourcu a bnrisi, scienusk
M0 Ancon Boulevard.
Sunday il Wednesday. 146
aujiuav ocoooi imv mJm
'trst enure a iA Chrut, keiaanet, (srteaal
13th Utreet Boilvai HlAway""!
Sunday 4rnnol 6n ajaj
Sunday 11 :00 ajn. Wednesday 1:06 p.ag,
.;;w iFAcu-io sD3t I
FORT AMADOR i'JISM ;
ounoay School ....jg!,..... tM
Church.Omo; Nursery School.,. 10:01
FORT -CLAYTON trTf-
Sunday ; School itSuildlnt
126) it-j.......,........ tM
' Jburtday Mvm$5i$ii&
oervwe ..,.,,.... .i...-.,... 7:36
Youth Fallowahlp Siutdav .... g:0g
Bunuv Snhdhni : ; b.aa
Morning Worship ,f7..,.,. 10:3
Worthip Service, Madden Wyo 7 :0g
Worship Service, Rio Hat lag
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:01
Soldier's Fellowship Thura. .. 7:0
Officer' Christian Union Thurs. 1:06
ALBROOK AIR FORCE SASB
ounaay acnooi ................. g.-M
Adult Bible Claaa (NCO Club)v. 1:3
Morning Worship gO A 10:41
Youth. Fellowship t 6:30
U.S; NAVAt STATION. Rodman
aunaay ocnooi ................. f:jg
Morning Worship ll;oo
Holy Communion First Sunday
i oi Month)
15th ND HEADQUARTERS 'CHAPEL
Morning Worship .. . ; ...... ... g:og
ixsoiy communion I urn Sunday
of Month). x s
Naval Radio Station, Summit... 1:01
FORT AMADOR. '.V
Bally Mass 1:16
Sunday Mattes i....,i,v-T:00 ft 1:30
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30 730
Sunday v ,..,.MM. 1:00 at I.2S
Daily Mas ....,..,': 1:45
Sundav Masses ... .. ., x. e na
; Confessions Saturday ,.-6:30 A 1:06
FORT KOBBB, t 7
uaily Mass t....... 6:15
Saturday Masse ,,.'.........? 1:06
Sunday Matte 1:00 A 11:41
Monday Novena Devotion .... 7:30'
Confessions Saturday,. 6:00 736
4 si K it
ALBROOK AIR FORM BASS ..- .
uauy Mas 6:0.
Saturday Mas 7:00
Sunday aMawoe .st 4s 12:06
Spanigb' -..,.. 1.. ...s,. 7:00
Novena Services-Tuesday ...... 7:06
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
FORT DAVIS mJV, rli.f :h
Sunday School Bldg. .. 151 .... t:M
- Morning Worship s. .-.viV. ... 16:31
; Pryr Fellowship Dldg. iSJ it
;, KYBB Wednesday Post Chspel 6:36
Choir Practict Wednesday
'''.Posi Chapel- f 31
FORT GULICKT '".. : : -l
Sunday- School .........'....., 1:36
Morning Worship .............. 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunday .... 6:80
' Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel) Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:36
(J.S. NAVAL STATION. Cbcolo .-Sunday
Sunday .-Sunday School -... ,..,. :36
Moming Worship 11:06
Holy Communion First Sunday
. t- '' ;'.
' Daily Maa ::..r;".'tS
Sunday Mast 1:36
Confessions:- Saturday- ;....;' 1:06
- Sunday ........................ :41
FORT GULICK. : f
Daily Mass .................... T;6
Saturday Matt 7:66
Sunday Masset 7:45 10:15
Confessions, Blrurday .. 6:09 7.-01,
U.S. NAVAL STATION,' Coco Solo
Sunday Mat .............
FORT GULICK ?
ruesday ...... v..i.,....... tag
. Greek Ortheo
Greek Orthodox servlraa ara nM.iL
ed at the Church of the Anunciatioiw
Via Belisario Porrati San Francisco do
la Caleta. Panamd City. RJ- and l
the Church of St. Anthony. Avenlda
Melendez. Colon. R an elrmtaia Sun.
Jdsya at 1:30. For further information.
. uulc me. Army Chaplain.
Weekly Services In J1! entires ;
Sabbath School 1:30 ajn..
Divine Service 116 a.m. ; i
Youth Meeting iM (tan.
Bible Study and. Prayer ServitS
730 pjn. .J.. y ..
ParJfie Hide Panama
Pastor W. H. WaUer Tel. 28-1-JJ06
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F de la Oasa
No, IT- Chorrillo 3Sth No. 27 Pue
bio Nuevo 2 A SL between 3rd end 43)
St. Rio Abajo lltt No. XI Gamb
and Fr lj oles.
Psrtor Q. D. Wllllsn
-TeL 6 56
Pastor A. A. Crime TeL 101
Spaaisb Chan-net Paeifkr Sid Panansl
Pastor Norberto ttnroa
Panama. Call Darlen No. 1
. Pedregal 6k Nuevo Guarert.
. Atlantle Bide V
Pastor G. A. Jellrws TeL 38 I2L
Cristobal Enaltsh lri A P'-rar Ave.
Cristobal Snanih A Bouvsr Ave,
6644 Gavilan Road Tel. 2-U t J"
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
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- -jfeals taste pS :!
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Social and Otliei
7vf.:.-iv--!i .tflHs.-.A vv-.,-r,fi t ri
Mn. Wllliim Tyten
At Coffo ....
' sMrJ William S. Tyson of Beth Beth-eda,
eda, Beth-eda, Md. was the guest of honor
at a coffee given by Mr. WiUiam
C. Hearon in the Fern Room of
Tiyoli Hotel recently.
Cap. Anrf Mr. Hepkina
Welcome New Arrivkls
t'v, r.tl ...i mr. Willi m v.
Hopkini of Margarita had as their
dinner euest on Thursday eve
ning, Captain and Mrs; William
-uniespie and ion amy. nicj
and Billy Hopkini were also pres present.'
ent.' present.' N 1 -
Mrs. Gillespie and her son arriv arrived
ed arrived that afternoon aboard the S.S.
"Ancon" from thtir home in Old
Greenwich, Connecticut. Capt. Gil Gillespie,
lespie, Gillespie, a Panama Canal pilot, ar arrived
rived arrived on the Isthmus a few weeks
ago. They are residing in New
Mr. Arthur E. Elmiger, v i j
nrKldent 0' Hilton Hotels Inter
national, arrive on Thursday
morning accompanied by Mr,
Pierre R. 'Jaquillard, Mr. Jaquil Jaquil-lard
lard Jaquil-lard will take office as the Gener
al Manager of the Hotel El Pana Panama
ma Panama on Nov. 1, when the Hilton
management goes into effect.
Textile, Bakery Workers Face
Ouster In AFL-CIO Cleanup
m, a rt .no hish command to
day threatened- the United Textile
Workers Union and the Bakery
Workers Union with suspension
unless they oust their presidents
and agree.to ouier cleanup av
The AFt-Cl6 Ecutivef Council
gave the. unions three weeks to
remove James G. Cross head of
th mo ooo-member bakers union.
and Anthony 'Ft Valente, president
of the 40,000-memDer uxum work workers.
ers. workers. Otherwise it will recommend
their ouster from the AFL-CIO.
, The council' also ordered the
textile workers to csncei a sum, sum,-000
000 sum,-000 "severance : pay" deal for
f if f
i-T yfs' r F- I
v v if r-Tf ir
smells so 0oo4f
so extra nice?
100 PURE INSTANT COFFEE
tMt mark b initmu
Umitt imnmtt cofl.
ANOTHER OF NES TLB'S GOOD THINGS
He's He's-He's AND
EL PANAMA 1
CONJUNTO P ANA-TRINIDAD
Bella VisU Room
, rrl.-8at. 9:30 ft 11:30 p.m.
With hU CALYPSO
' la the Air-conditioned
eun.-Thuri. 8:30 St 10:30 p.m
" and" ot course CLARENCE MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA nightly
' 1 In the Bella VisU Room, with lovely ANOLAND DIAZ tinting
OTHER ATTRACTIONS ,
V- CLUB 4:30 DOLORES and her TRIO every Friday, gat and Sua. from 13
' i mldnlte with the BARON as M.C. restoring thl wek The GayY
" Crooners, winners of last WeL nlte Variety Show. .
-t- -4 SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE from 11:30 ajn. only tiii person.
9 with LUCHO AZCARRAGA and hla TRIO.
; r ? , LOPEZ the MAGICIAN to amuae all ages
- i ; -v-Choice of complimentary cocktail
Lloyd Klenerty who resigned un
der flre last rnaay as secretary
treasurer of the textile union,
Both unions were told they also
must agree oy Nov. is to noia
specisl conventions for a new
election of officers. The elections
would be held only after conven
tion delegates were told oi Atlr
CIO- corruption charges against
the union.,... v
.The council said that If the tex
tile workers failed to agree to
the terms, it would recommend
expulsion of the union at the AFL-
UU convention opening fee.
The bakery workers were 'or 'ordered
dered 'ordered to restore ousted Secretary-
Treasurer Curtis R. Sims, who
had opposed Cross and was fired
for publicly airing charges against
The council said Cross must be
declared "ineligible" for re-election
at the special convention if
the bakery workers want to stay
inside -the AFL-CIO.
Cross, Valente and Klenert were
accused of mishandling union
funds by the Senate Rackets Com
mittee and the AFL-CIO Ethical
Practices Committee. Valente and
Klenert were accused of using
357,000 in union funds as down
payments on lavish homes.
The action against the bakery
and textile workers unions came
just a day after the AFL-CIO
council voted 25 to 4 to suspend
the giant Teamsters Union. The
Teamsters Executive Board will
meet here Wednesday to consider
the union's next step.
Cross has refused to resign as
head of the bakers union despite
repeated corruption charges
against him by the Senate com committee,
mittee, committee, the AFL-CIO and Union
Vice President Daniel E. Conway.
But the afl-cio Executive Coun
cil said he must go.
AFL-CIO President George
Meany said a textile workers
agreement to hand Klenert $100
a week for the next 20 years must
ha Tespindpd If that unifln wnt
to retain is good standing.
The deal was "adding insult to
injury to workers of that union
whose money he has stolen."
Meany' said. He said the union's
executive council voted the money
for Klenert even thoueh he would
perform no services.
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Protect Our Children
...LET THEM CROW
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TOE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER m i SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1957
Ways Arrival Causes Baseball FtiMMBuizWii
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I i.k . i nn-n ii
i L x w I? I The Panama Marlin Club'a sixth
Visiting Stars Begin
3-Game Series Tonight
By J. .l Harrison jr.
The Isthmus was bubbling with expectancy to today
day today as baseball fans looked forward to the first con contest
test contest of the three-game series between the .Willie
Mays All-Stars and local teams which gets underway
tonight at the Olympic Stadium at 8 o'clock after
The Mays troupe, which flew in from Managua,
Nicaragua, last night at 10:15, was greeted by a
large throng upon its arrival at Tocumen airport
and despite the late hour, thousands more cheered as
the players rode in an automobile caravan through
Calidonia and on to Santa Ana Park.
To Select Officers
The annual meetifig: for the
nomination' and selection of of
ficers for the 1958 baseball sea
son will be held at Balboa Tues
dav nieht. Oct. 29. at seven t.m,
at the housing office .located on
Roosevelt Avenue. K 3
All personnel connected with!
the operation of tly? v FMtlich
league the past season, are re
ouested to be present ... ;
This meetinz Is oDen 'to the
Dublic and to anyone Interested
in teenage baseball. Support this
league a league that produced
a team that became national
champs during 1957.
ajSt. Louis Cardinals rookie Frank
Barnes has been chosen by Mays
to face Panam's Alberto (Mama (Mama-vila)
vila) (Mama-vila) Osorio on the mound to-
rfhe stars will have George
fowe, (Cincinnati Vedlegs) on
fat base; Bobby Av3)a, (Cleve-
nd Indians) on second; Jim Pen
dleton, (Pittsburgh Pirates) on
third; Gene Baker, (Pittsburgh Pi.
rates) at short; Wes Covington,
(Milwaukee iBraves) in left field;
Mays, (San Francisco Giants) in
center; and Harry Simpson, (New
York Yankees) or Al Smith,
(Cleveland Indians) in right. El El-$ton
$ton El-$ton Howard, (New York Yankees)
will do the catching.
Othtr playari en tht Mays
. "squad art pitthtr Ja Black,
3 Washington Senators); conni
Johnson, (Baltimore Oriolts;
' 6 rooks Lawmnct, (Cincinnati
Rdltg), and Panamanian Hum-
rto Robinson, (Toronto, Class
jAAA International Lcagut and
Catcher Charley White, (Vaneou-
Sr, Pacific Coast League and
ilwaukee Braves) is the second second-Rring
Rring second-Rring catcher on the squad.
.Panamanian lefty Vrbert Clarke
hirled for the visitors in Managua,
JJit will not continue with them
to the West Coast where they end
gieir tour early next month.
Robinson has been with the
Stars since they began their trip
nd will travel with them to the
jfoast. Robbj; will pitch for Pa
nama in the finale Monday night.
Manager Frank Austin had not
announced his complete lineup up
to press time today, but it is be believed
lieved believed he will have Clias Osorio on
first, Hector Lopez on second,
Clude Parris on third, Manito Ber Bernard
nard Bernard at short, Ed Napoleon in
left, iBobby Prescott in center and
Pepe Osorio in right.. Marcos Co Co-bos
bos Co-bos will be the receiver. 1
Saveral big loagua stars who
had boon listed to form part of
tho Mays ttam win) unabla to
mako tho trip. Thay wort pitch pitch-rs
rs pitch-rs Don Nawcombe, Los Angalts
Dodgtrs) and Sam Jonas, (St.
Louis Cardinals); irnfildr out-
fialdor Junior Gilliam, (Los An Angolas
golas Angolas Dodgtrs); and outfitldtr
Hank Aaron, (Milwauktt
The Mays group is staying at
El Panama Hotel. Mays and
Crowe are roommates. General
manager for the team is Alex
Pompez, who was born in the U.S.
of Cuban parents. Pompez scouts
Latin American talent for the Sa
The second game of the series
will start' at 9:30 tomorrow morn
Bleacher tickets for the series
cost $2.25, and for individual
games, 75 cents; covered stand
ducats for all the contests are sold
at $3.50, and $1.25 for single
games. Box seat tickets, good for
the entire series, cost $10.
MOREHEAD IN ARMY m
PHILADELPHIA (UP) -The
Philadelphia Phillies revealed to today
day today that Seth Morehead is under undergoing
going undergoing Army training at Camp
Chaffee, Ark., under the six
months active duty program, ine
southpaw- pitcher will miss, spring
training next year but will rejoin
the team shortly after the season
DOYLE MARKS It
HOLYOKE, Mass., (UP-john
J. Dovle. a former player and
manager of the New York Giants,
yesterday celebrated his 88th birth
day. Doyle spent 35 years as cniei
scout for the -Chicago Cubs and
strll is serving as a scout in the
New England area.
CAMDEN, N.J. (UP) Jockey
Edward J. Decker was reported
in fair condition yesterday at: Coo
per Hospital, where he -was tak taken
en taken Ednesday after' suffering frac
tures ;of both arms in a spill at
Garden State Park,
ACTION AT ALBROOK S. J. Johnson of Al brook lunges with a long left at Fort Kobbe's
Thurman Jefferson during action at Albrook last Saturday. Jefferson won all three rounds
to take a unanimous decision. Kobbe won four and lost four; the host Flyers had two "wins
and three losses. (Air Force Photo)
Handlers Of Ibarra, Sykes
Pronounce Them 'All Ready
Today Encanto .35,
Spencer Tracy In
Mart Blanchard in
Today IDEAL .25 .15
Alan Ladd in
"THE BLACK KNIGHT"
Bette Davis in
Bantamweights Toto Ibarra and
Edwin Sykes were "all ready" to today
day today for their ten-round clash to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at the National
The boys finished theif training
yesterday and will be weighed in
tomorrow morning at the Gym at
11 o'clock. Each is expected to
have no difficulty making the 120
pound weight limit.
Tomorrow night's fight will
sottlt a qutttion, for tht timt
bting at loast, that has boon
asked in Ideal boxing circles o o-vtr
vtr o-vtr and ovtr for months: Can
with Fess Parker
HIT AND RUN
with Cleo Moore
with Betty Hutton
V I c
with S. McNally
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SANTA BARBARA .Oct. 31
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ABILENE, Kansas At the Eisenhower Museum, J.
Earl Endacott (right), executive director of the museum,
ano L. R. Andreas Firestone dealer in Abilene, inspect a
1914 Rauch and Lang electric car on which a set of early early-type
type early-type Non-Skid Firestone tires have been installed. They
were presented to the museum by Raymond C. Firestone,
president of the rubber company which still manufactures
hundreds of these old-tine tires for owners of antfnue
automobiles. The car pictured here belonged to Mrs. John
Sheldon Doud, mother of Mrs. Eisenhower. An enlarged
nhntPTanh or tte-wa'! v Prevnn Rcpnfn"'"P. f1-'--
ing the beautifully conditioned car during one of his visits
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hard-hitting Ibarra spoil Hit
strtak of ttn straight Victoria
rackad up by tht premising
Toto is by far the most formida formida-bje
bje formida-bje opponent that young Sykes
has run into thus far. The tall
Colon boy has dropped only one
decision a verdict to feather featherweight
weight featherweight Tito Marshall in Sykes' de debut.
but. debut. Edwin's last viciim was vet
eran Byron Cumberbatch whom
he easily decisioned several weeks
Sykes' supporters expect him to
use his superior height, reach and
boxing ability to advuntage. The
Ibarra fans insist that Toto's
devastating punch will overwhelm
the lighter-hitting Sykes. Many pre predict
dict predict a kayo win for Ibarra.
Despite tht dividtd opinion a a-mops
mops a-mops tht fight gantry, howtvtr,
Sykui appear to ba still a tighf
favorite to mark upjiis 11th eon eon-secutivt
secutivt eon-secutivt victory.
The main eventers will have an.
added incentive for tht match
that is expected to draw a full
house. Newsman-radio announc announcer
er announcer Dam Constable, in whose
honor tht card has been drawn
up will give a 17-jew "Dido"
wrist watch to tht winner.
Radio Fanamericana has- exclu exclusive
sive exclusive broadcasting rights for the
Prices are for children and box boxers,
ers, boxers, 76 cents; general admission.
$1; general ringside, $2.50, and
ringside preferred, $3.
annual) tournament will start on
Nov. 2, at 6:00 a.m. and termi
nate Nov. 10, at 5:00 p.m. The
main rendezvous will be at Cocos
Point where an Army barge wil
be' anchored with fuel and ice a a-board
board a-board for the convenience of those
boats that will require additional
supplies for the nine-day period.
The fisning area lor tne tourna
ment includes the entire Bay of
Panama. Fishermen who wish to
fish at Pinas Bay must be self
sufficient as there wil be no facl-
ities for extra fuel or ice except
at Cocos Point.
All fish must be caught on Rod
and Reel and in compliance with
rthe International Game Fish Asso
ciation rules. AH fish except Mar Marlin
lin Marlin must be caught on 80 pound
test line or less to be eligible for
tournament prizes. All entries
must be weighed on Government,
tested beam scales. No released
fish can be entered for a prize.
There will be scales on the Ar
my Barge at Cocos. Point. At Pi
nas Bay, scales will be st up on
shore. However, any boat having
government tested scales on board
will be permitted to weigh their
catches in the anchorage. All
catches must be .entered on tour-
anament entry blanks as provided.
Marlin Club members who wish
to enter a fish in the annual com competition
petition competition will be required to make
out the regular Marlin Club Entry
n addition to the Tournament En
Any contestant who catches a
possible prize fish is requested to
contact a member of the tourna
ment committee as soon as conve convenient
nient convenient by radio and advise of the
catch. The entry must be turned
in to the committee prior to 5 a.m.
the day following the date of catch.
All fishermen are requested to
limit their conversations on the
radio to five mmutes.
highest total poundage of martin,
wucuiei n oe one xisu or, I n T e,
The Panama Canal launch
"Runner," which has. been en entered
tered entered in 'the aixth annual Pan Panama
ama Panama Marlin Club. T6urne l ent,
...111 -1 X . .
' mane- two iisning trips e.ur e.ur-lng
lng e.ur-lng the week of the tournament,
ii. nas oeen announced by the
ranama canal Company.,
Twelfre employes of the Canal
organization have been selected
to participate in the tourna
ment. Six will make the first
trip ana six on tne second trip..
Tnose who will leave on the
Runner at 6 a.m. Nov. 2 for the
first trip will be Preston M.
Trim, Jr., of the Balboa Port
captain's ornce: Robert G. Pet
erson iOf t,hi Tnrtiist.rlol nlulnlnn
Hilton Hughes, of the Electrlcai
Division; Dick Brandon of the
Postal Division; Hugh Cassibry,
or tne unice oi tne comptroller:
and William B. Huff, of the Ter Terminals
minals Terminals Division. They will return
to Balboa on Nov. 5.
On the second trip, the Run Runner
ner Runner will leave Balboa Nov. T and
return Nov. 10. Those to make
this trip are Roy O. Stockham,
or tne locks Division; Joseph
m. cooke, designing engineer;
Paul Mohl, Dredging Division;
William T. Haivosa, postal Di
vision; Dr. F. L. Spann, of Gor-
gas Hospital; and P., Byrne
Hutchings, of tne Housing Di
How To Lose'
By Bobby Dodd
ATLANTA (NEAK The follow
The board of judges will judge lnV", w '.r..!n4
I fish nftpr thi tn.,momt .nH nual for coaches under the head-
all fish after the tournament and
their decision will be final.
David Bishop, Club president.
will be at the Balboa Yacht Club
Oct: 30, untU)9iiQ0;p;mU, to collect
entry lees trora those boat cap captains
tains captains who have not been able to
pay for their crews. This is the
deadline for paying entry fees for
The Mutual of Omaha Insurance
Company has donated a fishing
rod to be awarded as a hard luck
George Novey and Company
have donated two aluminum fish fishing
ing fishing chairs to be' awarded in the
boat catching the most hill fish
during the first two dav. of th
Correction : The Firi-Nor t?pp1
Manufacturing Company has do
nate? a 9-0 reel (worth $350.) to
me maiviauai wno catches the
me. "How To Lose.'
Bobby uoaa of Georgia Teen;
after Jus,, (favored team lost to Lo-
"If you've got to, lose one, this
was the best way. Some games
you lose and brood: about mis
takes. Second guess yourself and
complain about luck. But this ode
was painless. We were outplayed
in every way ana it could nave
been 35-7 just as easily. We got-
HANOLEY FILM SUIT
PITTSBURGH (.VP ) Lee
(Jeep) Handley, ex-Pittsburgh Pi
rate third-baseman. hai filefl a
counter-suit for damages in fedqr-
ai couri. nere in cunucction -wiin b
motorboat collision last Sept. 21 at
Deep, Creek, Md.
AN EXCITING ADVENTURE DRAMA
RE L EASE!
He called himself
-7,'-. ''TSrN. ...and
' at ",
7. -00 pjn.-
"i MIDNIGHT SHOWI
''-I! ; : Vincent Price In v
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1957 7 )
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAlLf NEWSPAPER
F6r Tliie :RicM
cBy HARHY, GRAYSON J
More signal occasions
;CAMDEN, N J. (NEA) JL Nobo
dy nere is inclined to make ;pre-
hnut The Garden State.
which will be run at Garden State
.ThA rnn has no bearing on
1 1 J I
BALBOA MEN'S LIA6UI
Icaza Scott Atwater
Kent Cigarette! 4 ;
2emth T..V, '
Ebonite 1 f
Pepai Cola 1
Blue Star MUk- -Martini
Hillman Can ;
f Five leading avereages Bliss
ft Fnior 171.: Lehman 169 SuUi-
,o Icaia Seen Afwaiar
1 CMM ury .-
Stott Atwater. Motors operated
under lull power right from the
start and outdistanced the Canada
Dry by 53 pins in the opening ses session.
sion. session. Then the Dry mk!
nmg mixture by 47 pins." With ,6
tins separating the two t e a m s,
the last' game meant two points
and It went right down the wire
with the motors weathering the
atomy session by 10 pins.
Dick LaBeau had the most horse horsepower
power horsepower for the Scott Atwaters with
524,: The only aatisfaction the Can Canada
ada Canada Dry s had was that they had
two keglers that had more than
Dick, when-Walt Giblin offered an
excellent series of 579 and Joe
Sullivan- a 549. l
Kent ClgartM 3 Balboa Bor
f I a low scoring .match, both
team tried to be niceto their opponents,-
and every one was easy
rii'the wood. The Kents did man man-g(S
g(S man-g(S to filter enough marks to take
the first two games plus TPs.-. On Only,
ly, Only, in the last game did the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Beers brew a winning mark marker.
er. marker. The highest series was Kent's
Billy .the Kid Coffey's 485. and for
Billy by his own admission this
is not so hot. Believe it or not the
best brewer was Curly Bates with
465. It was a rough night for the,
Pah Liquido boys. ;
- Ztnlth T.V. 4 Duntop 0
The Crawford Zenith TVs found
the right wave length fof ..perfect
reception when the, picture reveal revealed
ed revealed four points against, the? Dunlop
Ties;' who found the gointf rough
and the pina elusive. The Zenith
products were tickled; pink to go
Into -a tie for first place; but their
was1 not too much bragging, about
individual scores because the tops
Al HoIp 7hith 482 nd for':
the tirea 'fires oi uuw vi
i'ne moomiea iHwayy sauBici-
I III IIjUIIIIILKH UIDI HUT. fllBUftUVVl l VU4WA V w wvawav
ed thef Martini. Vermouths by ,194 Tigers' have signed: three young
1' iief. v anna' TlocnlfA nntfioMorc in nnn-hnnils Cl
such a. ahellacking the undaunted Kbey are John Fourcade of Gret Gret-Martini
Martini Gret-Martini Vermouths staged a come- na, La., Irving Lyndes of North
back' by winning the next game. Stratford, N.-H., and Lionel Lind Lind-But
But Lind-But apparently this effort iwatered gren of Fayette, Ohio.
3own the Martinis, because they
acain went down in- the last V me
by 98 pins. Lea Pahl had his ebo ebonite
nite ebonite in ,theright, groove "for'a -very
respectable- 559 and l. ally,.-Kcller'f
was -the strongest Martini, t-V i-
Pepti .Cola 4 Hillman f arc 4
.The- ever popular: soft.:,drjnkers
of Pensi Colas 'were very." much
refreshed' by- easily ''taking -four-
points from the Hillman cars, who
never turned jon the ignition. Tony
Luttenberger with 488 was the ex extra
tra extra iarae bottle for the Pepsi Co-
las, and DeLUca did manage to
get a whimper from tne stalled
Hillmang with his 4GG. While the
Hillmans are at the bottom of the
heap, there are twenty weeks in
which to climb the xoad oi team
The Blue Star, dairymen were
handed a f oUr jointv guided tour
by, the Tivoli Tourg .on a techni technicality.
cality. technicality. Circumstances beyond con-
tm nvntH tha 1 nurs from
fielding a team, so the rules gave
the Blue stara tne winning poinvs.
Bowlina for averuges, Al Turner
churned -a 488 for the Dairymen,
and Bob Kahne's 514 was wasted
except in his personal average.
Because of the losti, the iivolj.
Avenue Travel Agents are stuck
in the cellar tied with Hillman
FRIDAY'S COLLEGE FOOTBALL
By United1 Press
Miami (Fla.) 48 Kansas 6
Missisippi Sotuhern 20 ChattanA
Bridgeport 27 Upsala 0
Northern Michigan 38 Superior
Sioux Falls 13 Dakota Wesleyan 6
Glenvllle 28 Salem 6
San Diego J.C 7' Los Angeles
garded at an unbeatable candidate
for next year's three-j ear-old !taa-
Blcs, ASi mer w mvi
tell, vdu th it this Is a ve
ry ordinary crop ,of twoyeatlds.
The Garden State j pniy in us
fifth running, so mere no son
ott.ha tn it and even sentimen
tal SOUlS do not break out in tears
when the hides taKe ine iracx, t
-Thi :i the worid'a richest raee
;..,, utrietlv for"- inonev. nlam
U l" -. ; w w --m
and unsentimental money. ,ven in
this day of the tasp-oucx, awv
is a lot of hay jor 105 seconds at
nH there U'ili hfr $291.15(1.
give or, take few thousand, hang'-
ing in goia at ine'-iiimn poie-
the first fom horse M Tn -State-DBarbizon's
winnin? time ovpr the
m ;!a n nrf & civtAAtith : and to the
- - .
platinum-plated -wire' a year, ago
f.,.. 1 minute., ii 4-fi SfiPOndS. With
five supplementary nominations at
io.ww na w ,,. j V""1'
will be worth liee. 'wltri- $58,230
A ,WKT for third and
1UI -tJ-V.vlvj W v ti
$14,557 for running fourth and just
out of the bettihg money,
rum rich CET RICHER. Mrs.
Elizabeth N. Graham of the- cos
,ti. m nm halt tRA IBVOritl
in Jewel's Reward, although there
will be strong, support for Misty
Flight, owned by Mrs.y H. C.
Phipps oi the fnippa jnuuons ana
Rose xrems, wno. oeiongs, w mu
nf tha DnPnilf millions.
This would clinch -the juvenile
chamDlonshiD for Mrs '"Graham's
darUng, which haa-won $243,295
and four large ones, jQCiuaing ,me
Phomnaimp. v ''
-lisSf1' tTi: Sii i l! il
; mLOftgER AU APgTY
Thm hnvi who nlav football
strlctlv for the fun. with no elo
th N. Graham of the- cos- strictly for the fun, with no eio eio-millions
millions eio-millions had 'the favorite ry attached, will have a night
. a'H. -tr- boys have played for tne past
; But Eddie Arcaro sayflhat MIT fig k htll intramural
ty Flight would have mpped.the ,eouw
Cinderella-type son of, Jet Jewel- t?,,, 'mnike. who Is captain
Belle Jeeo in another couple of
Jumna laurel' Reward ha knock
ef ArearA nut nf fwA tat.' .Mine
V V i W wmv ..... 2
thi vear $90,305 in the Washing
ton Parle Futurity, m wnicn tne
enft.vnireH wirtp-evfirf little veter
an rode Alhambra, and $92,075 in
the Champagne, ueorge u. wiaen
er'a .Tetter knocked him out Of an
.other rich pot when Misty" Flight
i I i mmi -jkother rich pot when Mistyrmghi
Nebraska Wesleyan vs. Midland,,, the Belmont Futuri
ra.nce.lled L i
Peru Tens vs. Hastings, cancelled
Eastern Kentucky St. vs
.MAnPTD Snin fTIPIWpnrv
Cotton of England gained the lead
n Trt finer VAiinn., nf Tna xnoninn
Jill bllC A Ul upBiuon
International Open golf champion-
snip l nunsoay iwan a imee-unoer
ToIaefcjRt;bis.am&fc,WjS?i apaEdnitogtrtfoStt'' Imo U ta,
-tofT fterr.r -.-''Tir-:'r v.";-.; -"t "
tv. Arcaro has a come on steed
and will De even nouer man a guy
who likes important money lor this
JEWEL'S REWARTf ttiisxad the
Hopeful and Belmnnt Futurity be-
panto hi: nnminatiOn Wis over
looked by the Maine Chance staff.
in lact, tne" coit wasn i among ii
n.n;t11w nMei4. frt'Mrt Crohn m
for- The. Garden StaljF, ottunately
suppiemeiuary uuuuiicuuiu, u
in noo sets him In.
- The middle western hope, R. D.
Prewltt's Terfa Firm's;' Is the on only
ly only horse" given a chance that. Jew-
nlV Pontord hacn't ddfontert Mfs.
ty Flight, Rose Trel'is, Claiborne
1?-Vi. Vorttr-T1 T rtienarv'c Ve.
devoted to them this Wednesday
at Balboa Stadium. The occasion
is the annual Intramural Foot Football
ball Football Field Kight. and it will fea feature
ture feature a Rrldiron triple header.'
The -first game will find the
Razorbacks, the champions from
the C League, playing an All All-Star
Star All-Star team from this League. This
game will start at 6 p.m., and
wiU be the same flag football' the
of the Razorbacks, has develop developed
ed developed one of the strongest teams to
play Intramural football in sev
eral seasons. Engelke is the big
gun on his team, but he has got
ten some great assistance irom
At tMWaiditrtArtorlt'Tthkintl Barber
Shof. facial crea, mttti nUH teat, i
nttd to git moolher and eloter Hvci..
Wot WIUUAUS dot the 0OMl;,
- ym:. pjri::---'-;- -.;;" --; nt '' '-"''""i
I .y tlie special .toiicH. of tHe. best; barber shops in your
sir man flair football varietv.
Amato will be the number one
speed merchant on the field in
this game, and he has a capable
Dasser in Jack Woods, but should
the Stars' defenses stop these
two there is no one else the
Irsh can call on to get the Job
: Gordy Boswell handles the ball
nice in his quarterback spot,
and is essential to aettlntr the
plays underway, but he is not
the offensive threat that Ama
tn nnrl Wnnrl are
Defensively the Irish haven't
l M l.U
provea very, siruiig. Must u wc
teams in the league have been
able to score against them with without
out without undue trouble, but the Irish
have always been high scoring
Sal Gerardi, just about the
Vet. defensive, nlAver in the
Gtaaiobe.ui't' .ivui w t' -
Tom Perantie, Warren Ashton league, will head the Stars fle fle-in
in fle-in the backfield, and Tom Eb- fensive unit. He will get ample
don in the line. help from Frank Ammirati, Al
There is no nuestion that the Muller and Dick Ness. Frank
Hogs will be facing their toughs Baggot gives; the stars a passer
.&. "I ,U...14 ih nisei WnnHl whiU
est lest or xne season wen hk ownc .v
??J?T. i DK Trod uiiddleatnn Prlre Bnd
Bowen; Bob: Brandon, Jack d- Dave Jenkins can, aU pack the
rtally move the bal. Gene Brew-er-i
fine, pass receiver, and
Jim Earnest Fred Chase, 3 flhn
MareumtBiil' Wilkinson, and
Mike jwtillams. will be ready to
move inw Qv,!fuum rn.u3.wuv
,m -the RtarK have weakness
nin h in -tneir nerflnmve Diav.
od mlffhrtnolre the differ
ence:5Tlie 'Razorbacks- certainly
must be fated even wjin uie
Stars, arid in some quarters they
are given; ft slight edge1
Alter tnis came nas oeen piay-
ed the B Leaguers will take to
the trlnpri field'." RaV AmatO Will
VAi M aj- at
lend hi Flffhtlne- Irish In a game
with the All-Stars from this
league. The Jrish. had a much
tougher time' winning the B
League than the Razorbacks did
the ft-Tand for this reason tney
are definitely' the underdogs
tirerlnaadav nltrVlt This Came
should get started ngnt arouna
7 p.m., ana 11 wui w
None have the speed to go all
the way,, but, tney ,wm db con consistent
sistent consistent trainers..' Ed Suarez and
Lew French complete the.' All-
Star team and these boys, can
piay ; effectively both offensively
man M"r Anthnnv r 1 n n U 1 i'l
chance It Tony, the George Lewis
Stable'- music Man rox ana;,
p Tavtnr's arev Monarch have
Kaa hehind the Tvan Parke-train-
ed flier in. the Tremont, Washing
ton rant xuiuruy, vowuen ,nu
Champagne, He also trimmed Jes Jes-ter
ter Jes-ter and the Jaclyn Stable's L'il
Fella, ranking youngsters who will
miss tnis gauay. neas.
inAthor tnn eolt which has been
put away for the year is Old Pue Pueblo.
blo. Pueblo. J. R. Jelks decided to reserve
the Del Mar Futurity winner for
Santa Anita and the Kentucky Der Derby.
by. Derby. .-
With all the swag In The Gar
den State, waiting doesn't make
sense to the other owners.
ATLANTA fNEAl Georgia
Tech, which makes a professional
of winning enougn tootoau games
each fall to land in a bowl game,
is even more proiessionai-ioojung
on the field this year. Tech has
strengthened its "belly series"
with spread stuff used by the pros.
iand dftf enHivelv.
nlnir will-nit two teams from the
A a. t .easrue nealnst each, other,
Af thlM. wrlClne It. Wn't known
just-What -teams this will be. iff
Ul.aweaBUe; euus fu wc, wjc
team i invnlvad Will nlftV, It off
Wedensday night, otherwise the
cnamps -wui piay an Aw-oiar
team as in the other leagues.
Tnis game wiuiier- ine ians
ellmtise of something a bit
different. Instead of Ihe flag
football, it will be & man tackle.
The boys are Just beginning to
Hind themselves in 'this game,
and Wednesday night should of offer
fer offer the fans some really good
After each of the cames is
omoleted, the boys te that
league who have won awards
during the season will have them
presented. For those, people who
vould like a good evening of ex ex-dt.Inc
dt.Inc ex-dt.Inc football nlaved bv bovs
vho just like to play, Wednesday
lignt at BaiDoa ataaium is a
The Perirn Mi0n1 Hun Piih'will
hnld ."its monthlv Handican Tran
Shoot Sunday beginning at 9:30
a.m. ai meir trap range top
of Paraiso Hill.
The program will consist of 50
targets each with $1.00 gptional
entry fee on each event to be di divided
vided divided straieht oercentaee for five
divisions, ties to be divided. Cold
drinks will be on tap. Self serv
( ,P 0 .TOM
lmiHjL toul J!
Take a minute,
to save a life
CLOSE-UP Flanagan fon7
dies hi rider, Pat Smythe,
European .womenja charnpion
jumper. Tney are members of
theBriti!ih- jumping- team m
New York to compete, in, Na Na-tinnal
tinnal Na-tinnal Horse Show .Nov. 5-12'
The Jug on display at the
Panama Radio Corporation
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T DA1XT, NEWSPAPER v J SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. 1951
tor panama AMrntr an iu in tNnffPiTNnrNT nmf NvwcvAPiTit is M
ASS F I EDS
' THIS, SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
, THJ3 SPACE IS FOR SALE f
.FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 20740
1 ( A,
' PHILLIPS Ocanildt Cetfag
Santa Clara. Box .1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P- Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal J-1473.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and Urga
baach noma, ona mila pnt Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.
For reservation sf SJirspnel'i Sin Sin-ta
ta Sin-ta Clara, also regarding isle of
property. Phono Thompson, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT-Spaca for office.
CompaAia de Seguro building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
levator, claancrman, big space
for parking 26 Ml. T.I 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Garage, Edifieio
Seusa, 44th ind Colombia street.
FOR SM.E OR, RENT: Perfect
house ranch style, 3 bedroom
2-car gagare, maid's room, hot
and cold water, patio and bar bar-beque,
beque, bar-beque, shade' and fruit trees.
Fenced yard 1 200 meters. Las
Cumbres No. 611 6 St. Tele Tele-hone
hone Tele-hone Las Cumbres 2024.
FOR RENT: 2 bedrooms chalet
completely furnished. Tel. 3 3-2930
2930 3-2930 or 3-5340. (San Francis-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
house, four miles beyond Arraijan
furnished. Westwood farm $65.
FOR RENT: Spacious chalet,
4 bedrooms, two porches, etc.
Suitable for large family or two
small families. 43 rd street No.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished housekeeping room,
double coach, refrigerator, stove,
private Wh and' entrance. Tel.
3-0638 No. 3. 52nd street.
WASHINGTON President Ei Ei-savins
savins Ei-savins the world now
has a choice between the technolo technolo-"
" technolo-" gy of abundancr and tte technolo technolo-sv
sv technolo-sv of destruction: ". .No matter
: how lorig or: how- ar scientists
i I may go in probing the secrets of
nature for. the benefit of man, yet
' it will be only the master scien
tist, only. the Almighty'' who will
"eventually bring peace a just
- 1 peace to the world."
1 FT. MEADE, Fla. Constable
J Harry Godwin, describing the be behavior
havior behavior of the awo bandits who held
him hostage while they robbed the
i' First State Bank of $26,647 then
esfaped by airp'.&ne: "In the
baok, they got nervous as hell.
Tley weren't getting the money
' fa enough."
f LAS VEGAS Bing Crosby, In
disclosing tha he and 23 year-old
' tcressa Kathy Grant decided vto
married Wednesday after sev several
eral several months', separation: "We
started seeing each other again
; about 10 days ago-. I realized, T
' wisn t happy away from her and
- slie- felt the same way. But it
, wasn't untih Thursday ternoon
. thit I could se'l her on the idea,
pO?DON abprite Dingle Foot
' orjfhis election to parliament in
y thf?- closely-watched Ipswich by-
elections, considered a political
. front Warner Bros, the1 studio vhich shocked ftm au au-)
) au-) ellences with snch thrillers u 'House of Wax," "Phantom
,! the Rne Morfne,- sad Them." THE CURSE OF FRAN FRAN-tKENSTEIN"
tKENSTEIN" FRAN-tKENSTEIN" is said to be unlike any prevtons terror, film
for aream-provoUnf; scenes. The story concerns the ter-
ror retfn of a creature created by man and forgotten by
', nature. In appearance the creature is said 4o be sinlike
;,; anything eer teen on the screen, snrpassine the makeuo
t artistry which frJ?hter.ed audiences in such film as the
early "Frankenstein" efforts and the horror stories done
hr the late Lob Chancy. See "THE CURSE' OF FRANKEN-
STEDJ" starring Peter Cushinr, HswJ Onrt, Rohert Ur
, ouhart ant CMstophcr le, OPtVIXO ON WFDNESDAY Si
. AT the irx. .,. .
ATTENTION. Q. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, 1.
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 closets, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, dining and sitting room,
two porches, maid's quarters with
service, 46 street No. 8. Phone
3-0351. Price $110.
FOR RENT: EL CANGREJO
THREE BEDROOM APART APARTMENT.
MENT. APARTMENT. COOL AND SPACIOUS.
AVAILABLE SOON. PHONE 3 3-7105.
7105. 3-7105. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, living-don-ing
room, kitchen, back and
front porches. 45th street No. 2 2-241.
241. 2-241. FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished 2 bedroom apartment,
living room, dining room, porch,
kitchen, maid's room with bath bathroom,
room, bathroom, garage. El Cangrejo, Al Alberto
berto Alberto Navarro street. No. 48.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. 7th Ave. and' ia Cincuen Cincuen-tenario.
tenario. Cincuen-tenario. Coco del Mar. Tel. 3--2189.
FOR RENT: space Tony's El Pa Patio
tio Patio 36th St, No. 15, lunch .75
and .90. lunch dinners 1.10 up.
FOR RENT. 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely furnished.
Beautiful view, quiet neghbor neghbor-hood'.
hood'. neghbor-hood'. Near Hotel El Panama. For
GIs only. $70.00 per month.
Tel. Gambea 462.
FOR RENT: Furnished 1 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Quite place.
Suoermarket nearby. Tel. 3 3-3887.
3887. 3-3887. FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished', one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, 4th of
July Ave. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Small furnished
aiartmcnt. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Near bus stops. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: One room apart- ;
ment in Bella Vista. Furnished
, or unfurnished. Call 3-6090.
FOR RENT, 1 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, completely furnished.
Bella Vista. Also one room un unfurnished,
furnished, unfurnished, Via Espana. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished room
very cool, clean, good location,
bachelor onTy. At 18-18 Central
Ave. Third floor. Tel. 2-2140.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one and two bedrooms in including
cluding including refrigerator. Special price
for North American Gl. 43rd
street No. 27.
Goes On Vacation
To Costa Rica
Scheduled to leave tomorrow
mornine 'irons the Tocumen Air
port for., five-week vacation in
Costa Rica is Ruben Edwards of
During his. trip Edwards plans
to visit with' his sister' Mrs. Cger Cger-trude
trude Cger-trude Richards in Mount Limon
.and ..former co-workers at the
Compania Bapanera. in Costa Ri-
c v-- "'
'.Edwards, is. a 1 civilian employe
of the U. S. Army v"
weathervane:" "My victory is due
to the genera! condemnation of the
whole (Conservative) government
record. .at home and abroad."
LEAVE IOVH AD WITH ONE Or OUB AGENTS OR OUE OrriCES AT I3-J1
tkin.t.nvi a rtL 01 ids sar1 iriAUE'S 'lki. ,. t ni an a an a sranaHam'
aanaas f a. a ildnnicnM a l .. m o aomnai
ARM AC! A LUX-1M Central Avntit
VAN-DERl--e Street N- r
the Belle Vista Tkeftre. O COLOMt
FOR SALE: Kenmore and
Bendix automatic washers in
.good condition. Phona 86-6102
FOR SALEix-Almoslnew flii flii-ternatienal
ternatienal flii-ternatienal Harvesf 9 cf. refrl refrl-acrator.
acrator. refrl-acrator. Rattan couch with '
foam rubber mattress. Singlajf
Tel 3-5583. Vv
FOR SALE: Food for. partial,
pastries and cakes to order.
Lunches .75 and .90, dinners I. I.-1
1 I.-1 0 up. Tony's, El Patio 36th St.
No. 15. Reservations 3-6160.
FOR SALE: Chome dinette set.
$40.00. 0584-B. Bayone Street.
FOR SALE: Two portable ty typewriters.
pewriters. typewriters. One air extractor and 1
air cooler. One electric tape
recoider, combine with Revere
radio. One Bell & Howell movie
camera, 16 m.m., 1.5 lens. Kit Kit-Chen
Chen Kit-Chen cabinet and many other
household articles. One boock boock-case,
case, boock-case, colection of novels and
other English books. Waldrook
baby carriage. Famous paintings.
Two woolen bedspreads. Other
articles. One Simmons studio
couch.' Allen adding machine.
One Freshion Air fan. .One. I Vi
h.p. vacuum cleaner. Phona 2 2-3392
3392 2-3392 or 3-7492. ,.'' ;'J
PANAMA e COLON
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama 2-055J
TRANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 2451 2- 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
15S Central Ave.
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St No. 6-25
..,,. k f iiv Tt?t r
S II VIII luc a
urs: 9 to It 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
ror military anaV cIvU. service
personnel only la CJ. write or
phone tar Information Phil Wl Wl-ner.
ner. Wl-ner. General AcenL Phone M7e
Box 3114 Panama.
Lord Dunsany, 79,
Dies In Dublin
Dublin, Oct 2f (UP) Poet Sherman and backV
and playwright Lord Dunsanyi During the semiannual practic
died last night in a Dubllnitraining, the gun crews primaril
nursing home. He was 79. fire their radar-controlled wet
'pons at sleeves which are towel
Shortly before his death he
wrote a poem In memory of his
f rlend. Dr. Oliver JSUJohn oo oo-garty,
garty, oo-garty, the Irish poet who died
recently In New York.
Ttin so nv wu inftwn ajt a'hlff-
game hunter and soldier as well
es one of Ireland a most ais-'
ACTRESS TOURING FLORENCE
FLORENCE, J Italy (UP)
Claudette Colbert Is touring this
north Italian city In an unac unaccustomed
customed unaccustomed role as a prospective
large scale buyer pf jewelry,
clothes and fashion accessories.
Miss Colbert told newsmen she
is considering the idea of open opening
ing opening a shop in Hollywood .
HOUSEHOLD CXCHANGsWJ. r d
ARWACIA EL 8ATURRO-Farn Vtftm
Central PAvcaoe 12,165 TeL 4U
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury,
tiros, paint and body in excellent
condition. $399.00, will finance.
FOR SALC: Tony's 1 Patio
36th Ne. 15, lunch .75 and .90,
dinners 1. 10 up. Phone 3-6160.
62 sedan. Phono
FOR SALE: 53 Oldsmoblla 98
4-door sedan sedan. All extras.
Call Albroek 86-314886-3255
ask for Cannon,
Boats 6 Motors
FOR SALE: 15 Sea BABE, two
motors and trailer. Call Cristobal
FOR SALE: Fifteen foot thun thun-derbird
derbird thun-derbird fiberglass open runabout.
1957 Evinrude 18 hp. outboard.
MUST SELL: One UYi ft.
boat w712 hp. motor. Call Kob Kob-be
be Kob-be 4141.
Cartagena To Pick
On Nov. 11 Holiday
The holiday of Nov.. 11, marked
by the United States and most oi
her world War I Allies for the ces cessation
sation cessation of hostilities, is also the
anniversary of the signing of in independence
dependence independence for Cartagena, Colom Colombia's
bia's Colombia's 424-year-old' fortress city on
This year Cartagena has planned
a double celebration. In addition
to marking the anniversary of the
day in 1811 when the Spanish rul rulers
ers rulers signed the city's charter of
independence, the city will be
host for the Miss Colombia beau beauty
ty beauty contest.
Candidates for Miss Colombia
have already been picked by most
of Colombia's 16 states. Miss Gla Gladys
dys Gladys Zender, Miss Universe of 1958,,
in flying up from Peru to crown
Each state's representative and
two attendants, as well as Miss
Universe, will be flown to Carta Cartagena
gena Cartagena as guests of AV1ANCA (Co (Colombian
lombian (Colombian National Airways).
Named "sister city" of Coral
Gables, Fla., under a city-pairing
project of the United States infor information
mation information Agency, Cartagena has in in-vited
vited in-vited representatives of the Flor Florida
ida Florida city to be on hand for the
coronation of Miss Colombia. The
vena is expected to draw ma?y
visitors from abroad. ;
Plans for the beauty contSst
nave &een in progress lor months
under the direction of Ciceron A.
Granger, of the Civic Tourist Coil-
mission, which has charge of tie
Famous for her pretty ;g i r
Colombia added zest to the Mi
Colombia contest by refusing
hold the contest each vear.
stead, it is held every two yeaii,
and it is always a big event for
uic tiijr aeiecieg as sue lor
AAA Battalion's r
Guns Transit Canal
For Target Practice!
Huge weapons, the 90mm. an I I-aircraft
aircraft I-aircraft guns of C Battery 764 h
AAA Batallion of Fort Claytoi,
were transited through the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal early this, week as tls
men of battery completed ther
return to garrison after seraian' -nual
service practice; .'
The main group of persqah 1
returned to the battery site elslifr
after finishing their week lor
training at McKenzis Range, on tl t
According to a battery spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, only recently have the ba-
tery's gunj been shipped via th
water route. Formerly, they wen
hauled across the Isthmus by tracl
ed vehicles to the;Atalntic Suppl
roini ana from there ferried ti
ton snerman. lcmi how trans
port the euns from Balboa to Fort
by the Air Force
Performing the two missions for
C Battery were two convertei
B-26 twinengine bombers from
tthe 2nd Tow Tarn Sauadromi
Mitchell AFB. N. Y. Commanding
the kroun nf twn nffirprs anri sir
'enlisted men is Capt. Hugh Evans.
ne ww siare zz targets
oy a mile-long steel cable. The
aylon tubular target i 30 feet
fong and six feet in diameter. It
contains a reflector po It can De
Picked up by radar.
$6.00 per hundred
"IT MIEBT. FANAMA UBREBIA
ft... iE a I rtllDrkt'S fju ADUirV
ornlrirs a njil 11 3m. A SlBUiriA ilVAI I TM inrJL- lift CtliTaU AVC
la Oma At. Mo. 41 r6TO DOMY-Jtiii
I WTMt rAHMA(lA 1AI-U rorm IU m UTwiet r. ..r"
FOR SALE: rS'ano, Steinway
Grand, Rosewood $750.00; TV,
RCA. Vernon -24". $1 50.00;
refrigerator, 25 cycle 'Westinf-.
house, $50.00f- jirls 26" bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, $15.00; other household
furnishings. Call 4-6 p.m. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4250. 1
FOR SALE t Complete Marlin
Ring brand now. Call Ft. Gulick
FOR SALE: Wa plan your par parties
ties parties anyhere. Try our .75 and
.90 cent luches, dinners 1.10
up. Tony's El Patio on 36 th
St. 15. Phone 3-6160, ;i
FOR SALE 2 converters 4 volt
O.C. to 110 Ac 60 cycle, 110
volt DC to 110 Ac 60 cycle
2nd uses rectifier for house
current. Balboa 2-4277. :
FOR SALE Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks. 4"a 12"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand.' Clayco V Alfararia, S.
A.. Via Espana Ne. 37-40.
FOR SALE Piano; typewriter;
shaver; bookends; blackboard;
toys;; watches; clothes; miscel miscellaneous,
laneous, miscellaneous, 2308-B las Cruclis.,
FOR SALE: Upright piano and
other household supplies, Wt
13th street No. 1055, apt. 24,
uptairt.it Formerly E street)
FOR SALE: On account of trip,
a sewing machine portable "Et "Etna".
na". "Etna". 40 street No. 2-66.
FOR SALE: 3
with small table,
FOR SALE: Admiral Automa Automatic:
tic: Automatic: record player radio, table
model perfect condition. Good
price. Tel. 2-0114.
FOR SALE: One 10' ft. Servel
gas refrigerator, one 1 0' ft. Ken3
more refrigerator at WesfwoodT
form. Arraijan. f;'
FOR SALE: 1949 Bulck.. Super.
2-door. sedan with new seat
covers, Dynaf lew transmission,
Iadio an heater. One owner,;
ixcellent mechanical .condition.
Price: $350.00 cash. Eladtria ;
fan 12") oscillating, 25 cycle.
Price: $10.00 cash. Call Navy
Pacific 3712 Res. or office 2559
or see : at Quarters 817 Farfan
Lcdr. L. R. Gaston, USN.
Hail US Envoy's
Attack On Russia
TiNTTF.Tl NATIONS. N.Y. Oct.
26 (UP) Western diplomats and
several "neutrals" today, hailed
U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge for his b'untly-wordea cnage
that the Soviet Union is creating
an "artificial" war threat in the
Not since te Hungarian debate
last year, which caused even some
nf the Russian's closest friends to
waver, had delegates reacted to
a western speech with such en
Lodge, parrying belligerent
charges made by Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko earlier
in the week, told the General As
sembly yesteraay mat wussia
created the Ttuco-Syrian crisis
to annex Arab satellite-countries.
"The United States will not. ne
stopped by threats of dc'matidn
from continuing to offer its un
derstanding and support of those
nations of the Middle East which
are being threatened by the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union and those whose, inde independence
pendence independence the Soviet Union; seeks
to destroy," he said. Vvv" !-;
"Let there be no question: about
our capacity to oFfer this supprt.
We are strong, and our allies are
strong. We will up hold the tU.N.)
charter and have faith in God.
At the end o: the speech the
de egates applauded for almost a
minute. It is unusual when there
is any applause from delegates dur
ing a-formal Assembly debate.
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IB f .as aTaavrtHlnlilllsi as iARMALlA lAflfl
Axtm n j J 8.i ".liili.
the best dinner, and drinks
era teryOd in our modern air air-conaitionoo
conaitionoo air-conaitionoo cafatoria. grill and
bar. Hotet Intornacional "Ple "Pleas
as "Pleas S do Mfeyo.
3-minute 'car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars: $6, Auto-Bano, Trans-lsth-
miap Highway near Sears.
Miss Green Sings
For SI. Peler's
MISS MYRTLE GREEN
Miss Myrtle Green will ne featur featured
ed featured in a vocal recital tomorrow
at the Paraiso theater under the
auspices of the Choir Guild of the
St. Peter's Church of La. Boca.
The program which begins at 3
p.m. is being given In honor of the
parish- priest and his charming
WW, ..ftr".Re 'kaAfHii.--., John
Spear.. V,. v ,'-.- f.i
V- MrsLucille Forflf an accom-!
JProf. wGilberto Pare well-khdVn
program, iviias vxrewn wnoj, was
acclaimed in her preimier, ''Fan ''Fantasia
tasia ''Fantasia in Black add White"; and
then later, by popular demand in
"One Hundred1 Men and a (Girl'
will present1 mixed selections of
classical and spirituals songs.
The program is to be ottered
in eight parts and k embraces 16
Persons planning to attend and
who have not already oougm iic
ket may obtain them from the
ticket booth which opens at i:so
Ft. Gulick Mon
Will Be Trained
In Missile Work
Specialist Second Glasa'Gahrlel
A. Soli of the U.S. Army Garri
son, Fort Gulick; has been select
ed to- attend the Army Arimery
inrl aiMod Missile Officer, tan
didato Course at Fort SQL! Okla;
. Specialist. Sous: has been wont wonting
ing wonting for the. personnel section at
He entered the Army in 1949 and
served until 1852 wnen ne was un
charged. He reentered the Army
in November 1956 and was assign assigned
ed assigned to the .U.S. Army Garrison,
snarisibt and Mr3. Solis and
thtir son "AlfredtwOr are return
ing to Topeaa,;n.an., .pnur
reporting to Fort Sill.
Queen Liz Knights
UN?s Sir Munro v
TTmTir.n NATTONS. N. Y. Oct
26 ,(UP) Sir Leslie Munro of new
Zeaiann, preiaeni ra.
ations General Asembly, "was
created a Knight Commander of
F'tith lii Washlneton last week
end, it was disclosed, today. The
honor was granted, for., personal
services to the. Queen.- s.r ;
.' Z. .. NOT. ffi
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LEARN IALLROOM Daneini
Adults Teenafers Preteens
Balbea' Z-4239. Harnett an.
Sears, Roebuck Will Chang
WASHINGTON. Cct. 26 n?P)
A spokesman for Sears, Roebuck
ana vx.- aamiieu ioaay mat
some of the firm's officials enaae-
ed in -"inexcusablei unnecessarv
and disgraceful" acts to fieht a
union in Boston, He said it would
not happen again
Wallace Tudor, vice nresident in
charge of peromiel of ihe nation's
largest mail order house, told the
senate Jtackets Committee the of
ficials responsible cooperated with
Nathan W. Shefferman's labor re
"The handling of the Boston sit
uation involved a series of mis
takes highlighted by widespread
use of pressure and coercion. dis
crimination against employes for
uiuui acuviues, iavcniism, in intrigue
trigue intrigue 'and unfair labor, practices.
"A repetition of tliese" mis mistakes
takes mistakes will not Jbe tolerated by
Tudor saidjthe; Boston incidents
and other scattered excesses" hv
onerterman s mm "were isolated
episodes, contrary in principle and
practice to the employ relations
program of Sears, of which We
are justly proud."
bears, he said, now has cut off
all relationship with Shefferman
and his firm, Labor Relations As Associates
sociates Associates of Chicago.
Shefferman. described as "a no
torious-union buster" by the Sen-;
ate committee, has some 300
management clients across iheVnai;
tion. The icommiftee Is investTgat-
ing hisactiviti and as ah-edmhlriponj tot the Shefferman firm
several cases iilwhiclt "he WockedJ
. . t
uuiuuuiKauizing '-arivea!, r wnat
it calls unfair Ikbof practices.
1 "Old Black
the King" (
18 Alaska, for
1 Jack and
3 Ballotlngs j
5 Century plant
6 Song paYtt
8 "My Darling
17 Cuban city
19 Eagle'a neat
11 fnr tain1'
22Be lealous J Cavern
24 Coeoanut fiber
28 Continent .-27
27 .-27 "Long, long
Sing a Song i
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r V ir
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r- ; 5- ;t rr
32 Wild ass
1 34 Superficial -j
33 boat on
40 Contend with
53 City in
54 Be obligated
55 and tear
' Like a love-hauntang melody yon will live this great
story again..: and again! She searched half the world te
feed the hunger in her heart. only in his arms could she
forget he was married man. See Jane Allyson,. Rostane
Brazzi and Marianne Cook in this wonderfol picture -IN-TERLUDE,"
filmed in Enrope's most beautiful visUs, fill filled
ed filled with the world's most moving musc la CinmaSrrtfe
and Colors, OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 30 AT THE CI -TRAL.
WANTIff TO BUY.'-AIr- cam.
; preisor, 25 hp., with minimun ';
capacity of 105 ? cubic feat- per'
tninuta, 99 peuqd pressure. Call
Panama 2-2930.., L
WANTED: i Caok mala, with
good references, apply in person
at the Ceceli Clubhouse, Coeoll,
jiuaor said Shefferman "lit.
many other employes" was allow-J
e to .buy merchandise at wholeJ
an a "fAit U: j .. ,i ..I
Sears also nairl fnf" Shoffar mn.l
trips to union conventions aurt tnJ
entertainine of la nor lparWc t,. J
Since 1953. he siirl Shpffai-m..
has handled onlvlfour enntront
imu ouuui uu! union con4
iracis. jka aiso handled only n
of 187' union efforts to. organize
oeais employes in this period, ha
ooiu, niiu one since vkz.
''Committee counsel Rnhprt v
Kennedy said today's brief session
would dig, into, what Sears and
Shefferman did, in 3953 when the
Retail Clerks Unioit tried to organ-
iuo ocm a siure i me x enway
relations-from 1935 to 1968. In.inin
-,.i4-U U.l 1
wtiu ucip. irom aears, ne set Tin
One of Shefferman's labor
SUltantS" testified Thursdav mi th.
firm's activities at Clyde and
Marion. Ohio, nlanfs o th Whirl.
pool ,Corp. Walter J Patterson
testified that he paid thousands ol
dollars of Whlrlnooi'a
plant workers in Clyde to spread
pro-m ana gement propaganda dur during
ing during a union organizing drive.
Patterson said Whirlpool 1 "musl
hayeV Jcnowtt about the payments.
They made UP a Part'sof the 13
899 JTees and lexpensei paid by
mt igwk atiyde, Marion and St.
JosepngMwB aurmg the 1953-1956
periodvW ii'v-vv-.f ,4
Answer to Prtviour Puzzle
25 Individuals V 40 Serve
26 Off bottom): 4 1 times
as an anchot 42 Merganser 1
27 Trojan war 43 Bulrush
chief 44 Feminine)
28 Heredity unit 'name
29 Algerian city 48 Medley
47 Where the taffl
: blossom Ofl,
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H'S GOOD NOW SHOULD BE GREAT NEXT YEAR-Gary Ness, star Sophomore halfback of Balboa High School'.' I th. first quarter of last night. 'contest. At' far right h gas intently a gridiron action towards the' end of th
nt 9 UWU HUH ... !..:.. i u. nkt him father rrnr tram. 1.1
BUlidog. ha. played a fine .eason and should be even better next year as ,a junior. In the left photo h father cruc.al game,
puiiuug no pij . :-.u-i u:.u r.n.nkin thnwi Carw in action dunnff
cheera him onward during last nignt mia inumpn over wnuwi n,Sm v.-, 1 ...
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m 0 m 2
Cristobal High 2
Athletic Club .U.M 1
Junior College 0
i Won tost Tl6d
Balboal HigH 2 0 0
Cristobal High 1 1
' lnnin fnllatra 0 2
EDDIE PABON (11) Cristobal end, goes for yardage
tfm..4A V Ball irvlrl
Clobbers Cristobal 140
By TREVOR SIMONS
Scoring first in the third and again In th., fourth
quarter of play, the Balboa Bulldogs took undisputed hold
on first place in the Interscholastic football raca' last night
when they defeated an injury-riddled Tiger elav.n by a
14-0 count. v
The victory was Balboa', second of the-season -and
placed them in a tie with Cristobal in the overall and
unofficial football standing which includes tha axhibition
games with the Athletic Club
Again bulging with a capacity
crowd, Mt. Hope Stadium was
aano nf tmi tlffht IOOtDall
in the first half with the two
top contending elevens battling
evently to a scoreless tie during
those periods. j
".ictnVxiVi ttinst. serious threat
came in the second quarter when
Bill Gibson fakea a pass and
went around right end to the
Balboa 15-yard line.' But here
the Cristobal drive was halted
and they never again pui up a,
serious threat to the Balboa win.
The first half'was close and
thrilling, but the1 toll to Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal was heavy. Jack Willoughby
nrvn vmrt hooti nisivin? at center
in relief of the sidelined Russ
Favorite, was out witn an injury
as was another paif of Cristobal
first-stringers, Wendy S a sso,
quarterback and, George Kirk-
(Photo by Bill. Klrkland) land, first string tackle.
. J; :.J-i...i!-.!ft J" -t ..i- -- j J
-:rt '-rr:r '; v ?
T nolhna rfr!vl to the CtiS
end zone begun early ., In th
atonva I rl H.T 1 1 R IJCbUIC
Li. ill U olc v-.--.-
punted afler four downs could
tv. Tir..ri Tin further than
baivD wi, i''"
their own 30. Detore's punt went
to the Balboa .w-yaro imr,
where halfback Charlie French
l.,i n tho hall and in a dis-
play of same beautiful running,
got back to croioDai j j i.
civ.no niiart(rhark Tom MC-
foirH ft hfltnd-oii to Bate-
man, Instead handed off to Gary
Ness, who racea wirouBn ws
middle, getting good blocking
from his line; all the way to
Cristobal's 14-yard line.
After Charlie French had a a-gain
gain a-gain toted the ball,, this time to
the Tiger four-yard line, Brrice
Bateman went over for the TD.
An off-sides penalty against
Balboa gave the Tigers' another
rhanr.e. but the Bulldogs were
not to be denied.
Gary Ness broke through ito
tsit.i- tu and once mre
Palboa's big fullback, Brice
Bateman was fiTen me ou,
this time going around the
right side standing up into the
Tiger end aone tor the score).
Bateman again running .wide,
this time around the left side
, n n n ; n
lastoc mm Mm
. ; ; -- .1..- .: .- ''ii, ....
UHOA BOTS, TAKE IT EASY! Balboa backs Oary Ness 44) and Albert Nahmad (49)
knock Joti pigskin intended for Don Humphrey 418) who Incidentally got up before the
count cf tea. Action tock place in third quarter of last night' game at Cristobal.
BILL GIBSON. Cristobal back seems to be saying STOP, you can'.t come in here however Bruce Bateman of Balboa smashes
t,mi, t, nowriirt. for tha nuildosr'n first touchdown ol last nieht 14-0-victory over Cristobal at Mount Hone stadiuml
... "A-X', I b SiaBAaiAalB!BlliBia1ABABAB iBiBaBaBaABSABJiArVAt3nSftSJJrtSJPr
of. his line, was over foi". the
Rani' Rarhara'a interception 3f
a BUI GiDson pass iate in we
third quarter, paved the way for
tne second uaiooa wjucnowij, oi
the night. .. .fV'f
with ijuarterback" -Bill Mc-
TTenwn.anri halfback Joe Trow
noi fining mnst. af tne runmnff.
the third quarter ended with
Balboa on; -.the Tiger 18-yard
rit -took only two plays In the
fourth quarter to add another
TD for the lnterschool defending
McKeown, faking a nana-ou
Ratjtman. rav sneedr Char
lie French the ball and the
classy running Balboa halfback
raced around the left side of
the line for the score.
It was French kicking almost almost-in
in almost-in the middle of the uprights
-for the extra : point, to make
th rmint 14.0 in favor of the
'Tne count ton iirsi sowra,, ws
Q.a 4-n fovni- nf Walhoft. as the
Bulldogs became prohibitive fa fa-voritesr
voritesr fa-voritesr to retain their cham championship
pionship championship In canal Zone football.
JAPANESE TO BE FREED
Tnirvn i tp Russia has
promised t orelease 45 Japanese
fishermen seized on cnarge oi
violating Soviet territorial wa waters
ters waters from prison early, next
month. It was announced today.
Soviet cnarge D'Airaires a. u.
Tfthrortin advised the Foreign
Of f ice that the Japanese cap captives
tives captives will be released during the
40th anniversary of the Boisne Boisne-vik
vik Boisne-vik revolution,
Sofri wives ore suspicious of
their husbonds. Others know the
..MaBaaitMHiSSHBHMaSMsaMnHf' A 1 m (k
-A TODAY 5
1:35 1:05 6:30 -r 9:08" p.m.
In Lo MeCary
All AFFAIR TO REMEMOER
COLOR W DC LUXE i
rrrl.r VoKmk wor Wn fit QCO
X ntll V WaKXB -l
cording to tne regular; nospuai rer
port. During the same period 11
patients were aanuueo.'ana ii.wav
discnargea. i ; )
Iparentg of American citizenship:
Mr. and. r,ul n" -"Bi( vl
De Leiseps; daughter; Mr. ind
Mrs. Lawrence Ames, oi mew vrif
tobal, son; FN and Mrs. tlvia Tho-
mas, or uoco soiuo. u8n.,
r.ni nri 4r Rnbert WtrinfJ of
Fort Davis,-daughter;-and fpS
i it UnM4 'aF Pa.
': V M. mv 1witi in fhm nHnw
fag Panamanian cititens: Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph Thompson, conn;
Uti(rMr. ifr atui MrM Clasde
Cdogin,' of Colon, daughter; Mr.
ami Mrs. Basiuo gaoo, or woion,
daughter; Mr., and Mrs. Roy M.
Green, ef Rainbow City; daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Joee DeSosa, of Co Co-loa,
loa, Co-loa, daoghterr Mri and Mrs. Lar-
Mr. and Mrs. Aleibrmdet de Leon.
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