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"Let the people tcnow the truth and the country is safe 7 Abraham Lincoln,
PANAMA, E..P., ATURDAT, NOVEMBER SO, 1957
A television f mafathort ovr CFN "whlcH hoped to go on until a goal of $134,009'
was reached for the Canal ZoneV United Fund drive; quit early thia morningtatill
iihort of the goal." .-'..'..' C -. l';'-
The 15-hour live entertainment ielethoit received pledgee totalling $12,905.64.
,When the telethon started noon yeitefday, 'an Armed' Forces official reported'
today; the United Fund stood at $103,881.26 previously contributed.
During the telethon, which was finally alled off at 3 a.m. tday, they received
321 telephone pledges. TThe total nbvr stands at $116,7860. or about $17,000 short of
Two 'bands, eight orchestras, stopped Collecting money;. -To
and Just aDout every concejvaD?
night club act or artist v from
Panama and the Canal Zone par
ticipated in jtne iive specicuir.
Finally at 3 ajn., an official
said, they found they had only
a. few stragglers listening, In,
and decided, to call it quits,-.
"We stopped" when we felt we
had reached the point of no au audience;
dience; audience; he explained.. 'We had
to make the decision because we
were just getting in dribs of $2
Hft said that CFN haf not
Service Set For
A Christmas, gift-wrapping serv service
ice service for "barracks bachelors" has
been started by Canal Zone serv service
ice service clubs, Special Services U. S.
Army Caribbean announced.;
The on-post-bachelors may do
. their own' wrapping using service
club lacitlies.f no charge. JHow.
ever, volunteers from officers, and
non-commissioned officers' -wives,
clubs will be present, to help, f,
. At forts Amadocr and Grulklt
gifts may be wrapped during- the
normal' operating hours jit Fort
' KobheF In the. afternoons; at Fort
Clayton, during the normal pent-
ft..fc.f.J'Jfc .JI'" Willi viuiiici
"ibla ou WdneiiJay antj Thursday
venines. and at Fort Davis en
Wednesday and Friday evenings.
dav thev have been receiving
pledges desspite the fact, tha)
the telethon, is already off..;
"I don't think we win hit the
1134,000 goal before late next
week," the Army spokesman
said, "however, all pur keymen
hate not reported in yet."
Television-watching was at Its
Deak. around 8 o m. yesteraay
until 10. when the audience be
Errol Fly nn Files
Damage '"'Suit For
False Drunk Rap
HOLLVWOOry, Nov. 30 (UP) -r
Actor Errol Fiynn today fued a
$250.1000 damage suit charging
false arrest on a drunk charge
last Oct 19 while he was attending
uf publicists. balL
Flynn. asked $200,000 general
damages and $50,TO0 punitive dam dam-aeeS
aeeS dam-aeeS i t 6 m Policeman "William
Friedman an th-'Rivlers Country-
Cluby where the event was
held:' the' screen1. here charged
publici Jabout ,-the 'incident, fa
jured Jj reputatjun't
Maura I'itzgibbons were, arrested
aiier jfripumanj-wnw fureu
a jneciaj ft n c e rT.i"" ..u
charged innnd a tgib-
bons -stole his police c .icer i
badge and refused tft j-ef" if itt
Canal Pilot Force
As Traffic Clfmbs
Cot.' W E. Potter' has approve
ed an increase in the number of
pilots on the Panama Canal pilots
force, it wag-announced yesterday
at Balboa Heights by the Marine
The increase whiclrwill raise
the effective; pilots' force ceiling
from 100 to 110 men was approv approved
ed approved to alleviate the. long hours and
heavy overtime each Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal nilot is now being required to
work because of the continuing
high level of traffic.
At oresent. there -are 81 oualf
fied men on the pilot force, some
of Ihera workine from 60 to 70
hours a week. In addition, eight
other1, men 1 are taxing the 12 12-month
month 12-month probationary training; three
are serving a six-montn period as
pilots-in training and three more
are In preliminary training with
the-tanal towboat service.
Ive men have been requisition
ed ; in the United States' and
should arrive here ut the. near fu-
hire. ,Before they scan -become qua qualified
lified qualified pilots, however. thev will be
Squired to take nearly two years
vrne actor ana irisn-Dorn acwess iioi riraining.
Thia is the second time t his
year" that the effective ceiling n
ther number-ot fanamr t!nal 'irt-tWwa JrnvltwV, tatend theat;
tots nas -seen Taisea. in Juiv the
ceiling was raised from 94 to-100
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BUSINESS FOR Th CANAl-ippenlng the dry dock In Balboa to repair the Beina del Pacifico
costs the ship's owners $25,000 to begin with. The 574 ft. long vessel lost a propeller at sea.
'.The ship was put ia drydock yesterday.
'itlAanfnA. Iin X
. Th .rivie f!tmnfell there has
'announced "tht next Saturday
will be "Machete Day"? at wmcn
time residents" 'will don blue
Jeans,' and dungarees and help
clean up their community; ...
Panama canai.oniciais s nave
New York Outfit Bids Low
On Canal Locks Power Job
or It Jema in canai zone nis
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f V 'fflxmCsA' todit fion-become' ton';' "ofVhat mtity iiave been ijntble to wBfk
, VlUMATSsAi rnw'. f.rl? V l.An .nrl will
you, once jouVt read O N T H E
, BEACH. It's the tcrrif jinj gtory of
an atomic World War Hi The
earth's last survivors await doom in
VimWfie Australia as f Iobe-clrdiaj donds of
radioactivity circle "nearer and
of Sehat many have been unable to
accept as even a remote possibility.
: Now,' this newspaper brings yon the
illnstrated story strip adaptation of
Nevil Shute's bgt-tellinir novel
ON THE BEACH. It's truly a shock shocking
ing shocking story Soon you'll know" why
; people art saying this story must
ffl$$Sfi 'eirer: Here b a story that makes be told ...that this a ftory erepH ;
Sy tmmtdhit nersonal nroblem out V' one should react from fomorrow,Ti ri 'JaKf
The Consolldaled internation
al Electric Co. of New York.
which was awarded the pacific
Area conversion contract, has
entefed the attnarent low bid lor
t,hit inversion' of Panama Canal'
nocKS..The nrm eiuerea.A Pase
bid ojt 12,071,41111. 1
' Bids for this work, the iars
est single lob of the power con
version program, were opened
yesterday afternoon at Balboa
Heiehts. Biddinr for the work
was closely competitive with pf
fers neine- received irom -10
firms. The bids ranged from the
low to one of $3,394,588. the lat
ter being one of th two which
ceeded the $3,000,000 mark. Only
two other offers exceeded $2,
The only local company to en
ter a bid was L. R. Sommer.
otner oiaaers were: ousiav
Hlrsch Organization, of Colum
bus, Ohio; Nat O. Harrison over
seas Corp.. of Miami. Florida;
Nager Electric Co., of Brooklyn
N.Y.: A-Bright Electric-C04 or
Dallas. Texas; Evans Interna
tlonal, of Omaha, Neb.; Richards
and Associates, inc.'d carroi-
ton, Georgia; and joint bids by
tne jsenne Biecinc uo.j. oi en.
Paul, 'Minn, and by H. K. Fer
guson Co., of New yoric; ana l.
I. WAldman Company, and-Wil
liam Llebfried, Inc., Of Long is
Representing the Waldntan
Company of Lone Island at the
opening of the bids Was Miss
Elsa Gilbert, vice president of
the firm. This was the first
time that a woman renresenta renresenta-tlve
tlve renresenta-tlve bad been sent from the
United States to participate In
biddinr for Panama Canal Co,
work by a large contracting
The conversion work at the
locks does not Include the tow towing
ing towing locomotives. It will Include,
however, all freauency-sensttlve
appliances, machines, and equip equipment
ment equipment for all three sets of locks
and for Miraflores bridge.
A total of 423 bid items were
listed in the specifications. fA fA-moncr
moncr fA-moncr these are equipment and
appliances for operatine the mi
ter gates.-the chain fenders, and
the machinery which swings the
Miraflores brdge spans. v
The project will require about
two years for completion. The
two lock lanes will be converted
seoaratelv and no single lane
can be out of service more than
12 days at a time-under terms of
Bids for the locks conversion
from 25-cycle to 80-cycle Opera Operation
tion Operation were opened by Xt? Col. R.
D. Brown, engineering and con construction
struction construction 4f director, 'who4v the
He announced ajtet the opepini
or mas tnat.it wm be several
day before all bids cah. be ana
lyzed andU .an announcement
Biade on a$ard of the contract
The Balbod drydock wos opened yesterday for the
first time in two years to permit repairs to the British pas
senger ship Reina del Pacifico, which lost one of her four
propellers at sea. "Z2
This is the first time in the memory of -waterfront
sources that passengers have remained on a ship wfeicn i
is irt drydocic. ... . lLr
It has been estimated that it will take about three a
days to fit a new propeller, which arrived today jn Cris- -t6bal
aboard another ship from England, on to the 17.
872 gross ton Reina. ,." ZA
Meanwhile the 415 passengers seem unconcerned
... h. ilrtv, Thev are takina advantage of the unex
pected Panama stopover by leaving the drydock: for some
sightseeing in the City.t ''.-
Baslfr cost td the Royal Pacific
erT Z.a vacation company,
owners of th vessel, Is $28 W
.va.M i ,, iimiai fanainit v-
nayconipany jee iv iy--o
dered at that time ani arrived
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PROPELLERLESS SHAFT The Reina del Pacifico was await awaiting
ing awaiting the shipment to the Pacific side of a new propeller to re-"
place the one lost at sea. It arrived today from England and
was being sent over here from Cristobal to be fitted.
Arrordine to the 'chip's kfP-u
per. Capt. David Hutchison... the
574-ft. long vessel was able to
travel on two 'of her propellers,
but at a reduced speed of about.
12 knots.: Normally, she does 18.'
.The ship, which Is a frequent
i.aHer b Zone-snorts, had some
itreubla 'last -,jlywhershe; ran,
into a reef Bit Berrouan. nuwiu nuwiu-son.
son. nuwiu-son. who has riiadte four voyages
with 'the1, ship, was on leave at
the time. l' r.
The Reina del Pacifico which
arrived here from Liverpool will
hit 36 ports during her two-
month trip. it
Many of tne twin poww,
aers aboard are bound on r
cuodor, Chile and Peru. Of the
300 crewmen aboard, mast are
British citizens with sprfn-'
ling of French and Spanish -sailors.
Today Panama Tour (Boyd
Brothers, Inc.). were arranging
for fight-seeing trips for almost
400 of the passengers.
Those who didn't sign up ior
from the drydock area Into Bal
boa to catch buses mw ine eny.
Many youngsters remainea w
Ik. .kin Mllov In fhe Mtlt Of
fellow passengers while their pa pa-rents
rents pa-rents went shopping. Two of the
Reina's fuu-time nurees
time off to see the sights also: t
The Balboa drydock was
opened only once before in me
last eight years. 1,
The last time was on June- h
1955 when the damaged freight.
r Marinosa. which ran inw tno
east bank of Galllard Cut; was,
niorcrntnfir renairs. The Canal as
that time took the drydock out ;
of mothballs afier a. ioreai.-
period of idleness. iMAM
Thni n,p1vA the $25,000 fee 1 0T I.
the Mariposa and isermltted .her :..
to be repaired on a "use basis, t :
No estimate couia do k'voi v- ...
A in nnnrnyimat COSt Of re-, i.
placing the missing propeller an
th Rema aei rscus.u.
Sail For Europe
NEW YORK, Nov. 30 tUP)
Actor Rex Harrisoa sod his wife.
Kiy Kendall, sailed for Europe te te-dap
dap te-dap aboard th liner Queen Mary.
Harriaon cave bis farewell
American performance as Profes Professor
sor Professor Higgini last night in the musi musical
cal musical hit, "My Fair Lady". He will
resume tne role wnen uve muaeaJ
opens in London April 30. He was
replaced la the BroJwiT produc
tion by Irish actor Edward if ul
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WHILE MAMA Is away, m friendly passenger, Sefiara E. Almy-J
SKIPPER Capt David Hut;
son ot Birkenhead, xngiana.
ra of Venezuela taby-waiu" two children, cecuia ana juan
Carlos- (In the stroller) whose mother, went ashore' to shop
UtUe Juan was 10 montha old today.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 195?
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THE MAIL BOX
" ruL. t am nnt PontemDlatinir such drastic steps as "Burn
' ilngT Question" (Mail Box, Nov. 27), who proposes barring his fam fam-:
: fam-: llv from. Panama theaters until reassured on their fireproof ing,
- 1 .A. ZTZA oW,lii T thinlr that. Panama theater OWn-
, ,.m Hn wn tn offer Dublic Proof that such holocausts as
fconsumed the Central Theater will not trap a panicky audience.
iwlth the needless loss or uie wnicn generally iuuuwb pmug
' ' auch circumstances.
' To my way of thinking the Central seems to have burned
rather more briskly than it might have had all modern f ire-
''proofing techniques been employed in its design I understand
'"it was only about 10 years old.
i I On the otner nana, i imagine ui ui u 'm "wi
ef the Canal Zone theaters, uiaoio iw one, wuuui imve xu
hean of ashes before the Central was even smoldering well. If
I co to the movies at Diablo, I don't think I should get too nerv-
oua about the saieiy oi me muaem w
At the same time, there has been a big fire, and I feel it
' would be good public relations on the part of Panama theater
' owners interested in whipping in a few Canal Zone dollars oc oc-I
I oc-I casionally to somehow set at rest the misgivings that such a
theater lira mevimDiy atuubc.
Blase of Glory
By ROBkfRT C. RUARK
. PAYDAYS AND POLICEMEN
I lam one of the unlucky GI's that have been shipped here
,nd have had to pay the "fixed price" of being an American
serviceman and being fortunate enough to afford an automobile,
since nowadays, automobiles are no longer considered luxuries
but necessities. ,,
Being quartered in Coco Solito housing area, I occasionally
We to drive to and from work. One morning I drove to work
nd was making exceptionally good time, being in the dcinity
' of the 15 Letters Tavern and having approximately 25 to 30
minutet to get to Fort Amador in ample time for work.
I was fully aware of a Panamanian policeman being In the
area aa I had been forewarned by oncoming traffic, therefore
Jiad regulated my speed from the maximum 40 mph to exactly
"Jfirf'rUniv frnm out of the tall eras bv the side of the
-Wfhway appeared the policeman (Guardia Nacional) waving
ior me to stop. I knew instantly that I was In for some trou trou-ble,
ble, trou-ble, having witnessed a similar incident the day before, and
this being the day after payday. After a bit of poppycock, he
are me a ticket for excessive speed.
" What I would like to know Is, why can't Uncle Sam give
ns poot OI's more and better protection against such occur occurrences?
rences? occurrences? I, along; with thousand of others here In the Caribbean
Command, have at one time been subjected to auch predica predicament,
ment, predicament, and at all times we are not necessarily wrong but a
expected, to have a "little handout" in our Panamanian drivers
license. We can ill afford to pay a fines of $50 and up, right
or wrong, (with the latter being hlghlv lmProbDlei; thereby,
have to resort to the usual means of trying to make up the
shortages in these guys pay ranging from two to five dollars
i"heit sw'msthat the aforementioned incidents would In some
,way stimulate enough Interest among our higher officials to
take these matters up with the Panamanian Government to
.eliminate servicemen being subjected to such 111 fate. I .nave
-noticed from about the 10th of the montlv on, Pan&manlaiVpo Pan&manlaiVpo-Ueemen
Ueemen Pan&manlaiVpo-Ueemen are very rarely seen along the highway. But comes
ayday and you cari Joardly drive along the Trans-Isthmian
Highway without seeing then .behind lmoit averyy tree and in
Wi read'a Mail Box letter recently that was apparently writ written
ten written by one of the so-called "disgusted drivers" concerning peo people
ple people who drive very slow on the highways. This particular per person
son person must not have encountered one of the incidents mentioned
above, otherwise it would oe reaauy unuKwu.u.c M.- --low
low --low drivers are merely trying to protect their wallets and pre-
Also.'ln encouraging these people to maintain the maximum
"speed: he should be perfectly willing to pay the ne Imposed
.Swn the slow drivers when they are given tickets by the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian policemen. I. for one, would gladly drive my car along
th Trans-Isthmian Highway at a 40 mph clip toojtog .hat
the "Disgusted Driver" Is going to for, over the $50 fine or
whatever the cost is when I am given a ticket. vlctlm
? PROTECTION OP EMPLOYES
f Regarding the investigation and whatnot here this week by
-a VS. subcommittee on the subject of wages retirement etc.
.nin nf the Canal Zone Government and the. private
Companies that operate in the canal Zone, it seems to me that
Sung worthwhile will result from the investigation and telks
tO the benellt OI employes unrea mc
'info the Canal Zone Code and so become the law of the land.
The private companies in particular are a solid block of op opposition
position opposition to improvement in or augmentation of any benefits to
their employes. They are complacently so because they are
oult eaware of the fact that since the Canal Zone Code does
.no eontain any provision to nrotect the employes of private
companies in the same sense as the Panama Cltv Labor Code
protects Panamanian workers in Panama City They are free
:to lrnore and abuse their employes without fear of reprisal
.n.. what, t read and hear, the noor peonle at the Engl-
wr section are really a bunch of sad and disgruntled human
r?The other night aa I was sittine in a local ouh en1nvln a
t mrHari4 rnnni of fellow discuss the situation
.and as they went on talking I eouldn't helo elng thankful that
I-ttldnT have to wore ror sucn an urbanization.
'rj-These two sad sacks were complaining not only about the
torpidity of the big-wigs but also of the inefficiency of some
Barnes at the Engineer Section in Clayton. Acordin to iem
thajp-should be ret'red muy oronto xnd replaced with new b-ooc.
ilCho situation must he grave indeed when thev have to 3ick on
itoM to do. Me, I'll stick to the Navy.
' Lucky Joe
r"I am a stamp collector and would like to exchange stamps
fth someone in your area.
f Anthonv Nawotny,
1 s oil E8t Broadway,
So. Gardner, Mass.
M.U aa a r4Mf M .-.ei cilaf l,.rln A lanfftllM- 1fl!U
bt 30-year-old David Forbes, of the Bth Grade In Kobbe Srhoo:.
K has been asked to writ why he was thankful for this
Whv I. David Forbes, Am Thankful
I am thankful I am not
A Hungarian child who fears a lot,
Who fears to walk down the street today
And tomorrow In a prison lay.
I am glad I am not a refugee
Who cannot come heck home to see
His brothers or sisters or beloved family.
Betty I. Thomas
OUTSIDE WESTPORT. Conn.-
a man s nome is nin casue, until
it tumbles. WHetner apuuuk's
wheips tear It aowu doesn i mate
it any less lumbiauie avaiaucne,
earthquake, or ICriM ais is
wuet i piace Westpon, Couu., a-
longaiue oi tne iesa yvsay jmrns
i tiicounterea in an older, simpl
You snow the story by now.
dououess. ihe ouu blather oi
resipoii ate asjuuu to ouua a
siocjuiue to nme toe tneaper uqmes
ot tue maixieu riuy personnel
who wiu oe working at me near near-Dy
Dy near-Dy Mike guiueu miasiie uase on
uayDeii uune. inis sector oi
civiiiau uomes, is .culeu rlower
estates, anu uie nouses cost xrom
xiie Army eunuteti-a. oroDose to
place some 16 uuases, at arounu
u,oo0, on aajacent lanu. Tne
r lower Estates vwigivtu houses
strong, are up in uwt. Aeai estate
value win gu uowd unless me mi'
ntary personnel u cueaper nuicues
are muoen irom aigm.
in times past, me locals have
also suuerea xrom eim oiignt, tent
caterpiuars, ana a rousing crop
ot poison ivy;
la nearby New York, a suburb
ot westpori, Conn., mere are raid
abetters ana plans tor evacuating
the town. Certain freeways are
marked tor closure aue to evacua
Sputniks circle the earth, but you
must curb any non-ten estial uog.
Perverts trequent central Para,
but tne cop asks you if your pup
py is licensed. It ail makes a great
ueai oi sense.
Ho now we are asked to build
stocxaues to mae h homes of ser
vice people who are employed to
work on a project wnicn might
keep the foreign rockets out oi
the $22,000 homes of people who
mignt be deaa umtrrrow. tneu
flowery deveiopmeut reduced to
rubble, ana noining srouna but the
odd dog (pedigreed, v naturally)
prowling among the carcases. It
all stems like the same old tale,
twice told, out here it has a
I have a young friend, now en entering
tering entering college, wno was called
Spitkit, because his .name was
Christopher and n drooled. His
papa was in the Navy and in the
Navy a spitkit is an ashtray.
Spitkit was raised' in a or a we r
of a sio4 board in New. Orleans, in
a house of prostitution in Missis Mississippi.'
sippi.' Mississippi.' and in a rather rare expe
rience in Marblchead, Mass., be before
fore before he was a year old. -This was
only because his father had an answered
swered answered a call to go to war.
We found our housing where it
was, and I must say that the pros
titutes, : the gamblers, and the
bums were kinder than, the. pro
per v, t.. v
The naughty lauies used to oa
by-sit the kias while the mamas
were shopping and the papas were
out on tne firing ships trying to
learn how to hit something.
Sometimes the naughty ladies
lent us monep to tide us over, to
payday so the kids wouldn't short
out on pabulum. The bootleggers
gave us credit so we could nave
a alap of bourbon when we came
in cold from the gunnery drill.
We really had no beef. We did
not run into that small town, sud
denly turned Army or Air
Force Bit, where the" local in
terest was vested in discouraging
the armed forces. You charged an
enlisted man who happened to be
married (his fault) two thirds
of his pay for a mangy room with
the bath down ihe nan. You charg
ed a married officer, making $250,
$125 for a kennel the dog would
spurn. The price on everything
from booze to 'meat was triple for
The air boys and the infantry
guys who tried to work against
the enemy while living at home,
preparatory to shipping out may mayhap
hap mayhap to die, tell me that they telt
more like criminals then the
people they were supposed to kill
to save the world. Certainly we
they all of us were a nuis
ance, but at the trine we'- were
awfully necessary nuisances.
I do hone the good people of
Westport erect an attractive stocks
ade around the homes of their
temporary guests, who will pro probably
bably probably patronize the ame super supermarkets
markets supermarkets and pubs as the nicer
lement and I hope the permanent
children won't be unduly nasty, to
the transients in the kindergartens.
M.vbe the cons will cooperate
with the butcher and the baker,
and if everybody plays tht cards
right, there might even be some
In Westport, Conn., someday.
y NCA Stnrict foe
I ,,;, 1 iy 1IW riAMOit
Walter Winchell In 'levy Yorl(
OF HIS LI'I"
Stefan Lerant's "Lincoln, a Pic
ture Story of His life" will be
published by Harper's. This is tho
definitive pictonat treatment of A A-braham
braham A-braham Lincoln's life in 600 pic
tures some of them never be
fore seen. A most fascinating
book, it should he in the hands of
every child and adult. The follow
ing are paragraphs wnicn JLorant
jotted down during his research
and sent to us in commemoration
of the 94th anniversary of the Get Gettysburg
tysburg Gettysburg Address.
For a long time it was believed
that Lincoln wrote the Address
on the back of an envelope while
riding on the train to Gettysburg.
Andrew Carnegie, then a young
man, was on the tram as Secre
tary to the President of the Bal
timore and Ohio Railroad and he
asserted that it was he who lent
Lincoln a pencil with which the
President wrote out the address
The trouble with ihis story is that
the first draft of. the address is
writen in ink and not in pencil.
The sheets bear the letterhead
Executive Mansion and show a
clear, legible script. If Lincoln
had composed the address on the
train, the writing would have
There are five versions of the
address in Lincoln's handwriting.
(Each version wouid sell today
for $75,000 to $100,000.) The first
draft, written in Washington and
corrected in Gettysburg, contained
239 words. The second one (co
pied in Getty sbura on the day of
the ceremonies) had 269 words.
The third copy, which v Lincoln
wrote out ;t the request of Ed Edward
ward Edward Everett (the principal speak
er at the ceremonies), has 273
words; while the last two copies
(written out for George Bancroft)
have 272 words each.
And what simple werda they
were. Of th 272 words, five have
only one letter, tho article "a
4 have two letters, 54 have
three; 56 have four; 30 have five;
25 have six, and 13 have toven.
. .Tht majority of the word 204
out of 272 have only one' sylla
ble. Fifty words have two sylla
bles and only 18 ave two or
Clitics noted one blemish. Lin
coin used 'he word "that" not
less than 13 times. But he failed
lo use the personal pronoun "I"
m the whole address. Tne pnrase,
"government of the neoole. by
the people, tor the people," was
not Lincoln s own. He prooaoiy
borrowed it, from the anti-slavery
sermon of Theodore Parker. On
May 29. 1850. Parker said in Bos
ton: "There is what I call the
American idea. This idea de demands,
mands, demands, as the proximate organiza
tion thereof, a democracy, that
is, a government of all the peo people,
ple, people, by all the people, for all the
people of course, t government
of the principles of eternal j u s s-tice,
tice, s-tice, the unchanging law of God:
for shortness sake I will call it
the Jdea of freedom."
And from whom did Parker
take the phrase? Was it- from
Daniel Webster, who, on Jan. 26,
1830; defined the American govern
ment as "the people's government,
made for the epople-. made by the
people, and answerable to tne
people." And did Webster take it
'from James Monroe's message to
fie Congress on Nov. 29, 1820, in
which he spoke of "a government
which is founded by, administered
for, and is supported by the peo people."
ple." people." Monroe in turn could have
come across the phrase in John
Adams' address to the citizens of
Westmoreland County on July 11,
1798, in which the President
said: "The' declaration that our
oeonle are hostile to a govern
ment made by ourselves, for
themselves, and conducted by
tnemseives, is an insult."
It is obvious that t th phrase
had bisen used' decadr after d
cade. One does not know who ori
ginated it. Perhaps it was the
Creek C loon, who told the men or
Athens in 420 B.C., "I am in fa
vor of a democracy that shall be
democratic, that shall giv us
the rule, which shall b of the
people, by the people, for the Deo-
p." Or did CI ton borrow the
hrase from someone else, too?
WASHINGTON Original fault
for our lag behind Russia on sa
tellites goes back to the Pentagon
regime of big, balding; sometimes
bumbling Louey Johnson, whom
Truman fired as Secretary of De
Under hia predecessor, the late
James Ferrestal, the Defense
Department bad begun working
on satellites, end, by pure ac accident;
cident; accident; let this highly secret
fact slip into his annual report
Forrestal was claiming that he
had brought the armed forces un
der unified command in 1947, and
as an illustration told of earth sa satellite
tellite satellite development. development.-"The
"The development.-"The earth satellite program."
he wrote, "which was being carri
ed out independently by each mili military
tary military service, was assigned to the
Committee on. Guided Missiles for
coordination. To provide an inte integrated
grated integrated program with resultant eli elimination
mination elimination of duplication, committee
recommended that current efforts
in this field be limited to studies
ana component designs: well de
fined areas of such research have
been allocated to each of- the three
An alkrt securitv nfficpr ihmiM
nave deleted this, but he didn't.
The Pentagon still keeDs secret
the military records of our Revo
lutionary War 181 vears aeo. olus
our Civil War, so newspapermen
can t ascertain tne mistakes of the
But It let this Vital. naraeranh
slip into print in December, 1948,
for all the world to read.
WAS THIS MOSCOW'S,
Since the Russian military study
carefully every published docu
ment from the Pentagon, there s
some reason to believe Moscow
may have got lis Sputnik idea
from Forrestal's report. 'Certainly
it is a fact that Russia began Its
sateiute program in that year
But while the Russians were go
ing ahead, likable Louey Jhonson.
who succeeded Forrestal J, a few
months lattr, lopped the satellite
program off. tike the present Ei
senhower administration he was
out to save military 'money.
in fairness, however, it must be
pointed out that Johnson got 100
per cent support for his economy
from none other than the then
Chief of Staff, Gen. Dwight D.
The first and tho last words of
the Address have Biblical accents:
four score ana seven years a-
go. . Lincoln khew his,. Bible,
he knew the Book of rGenesis m
which Abram's son was born
when his father was "four score
and six years old."
'. .people shall not perish
from the earth." In the Book of
Job there is a man whose
"branch shall be cut off: his re
membrance shall perish from the
It was definitely known that Rue
sia, in only a few short year, had
caught up with us in design of Jet
planes and Outstripped us in pro production.'"
duction.'" production.'" ' : :
, Oup technical intelligence.' made
detailed examinations of Russian
lanes which showed that whereas
ussian technology lagged behind
ours up until 1952, since 1952 it had
equaled our best efforts and even
surpassed us in some fields. :
We have also known for some
tiem that the Russians were a a-head
head a-head of us in developing rocket
power tht tremendous lift which
finally was used to shoot the Rus
sian Sputnik into the air and which
is also necessary to launch an IC
BM or an IRBM. v
IKE REASSURES ;
Yet when Trevor Gardner, the
man Ike appointed assistant sec secretary
retary secretary in charge of guided missiles.
resigned in protest over 'the lag-'
ging program, the President im immediately
mediately immediately reassured the nation
that the United Stales was ahead
of or keeping abreast of the world.
And his State of The Union mes
sage last year. Jan. 6. 1956. .tho
President gave the American peo
ple further reason to be compla
cent when he reporttd;
"We have Improved the effec effectiveness
tiveness effectiveness and combat-readiness of
our forces by developing and mak making
ing making operational new weapons and
by integrating the latest scientific
developments, including pew atom
ic weapons, into our military
"We continue to push this -production
of the most modern mili military
tary military aircraft. The development of
long range missiles has been on
an accelerated basis for some
: Peraaps west veil
' knew signature fci American
i history 'is that of the patriot,
' John-Hancock, oa the Decla Decla-!
! Decla-! ratio of Independence. When
his turn came to sign the doe-
ument, Haacoek, who repre repre-'.seated
'.seated repre-'.seated Massachusetts, affixed
; bis signature la the bold hand
!so well known now and said:
-I write so that George III
' may read without k. spec spectacles."
tacles." spectacles." i
j Britaaalce Jr. racyelereita
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oner of "T Street
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Prem l:N ajn. te 12:3 am. v
SATUKDATS: from lit aJA. to am
Joseph L. Gilbert, the renorter
for tne Associated Press, stood
Deiore Lancoln as he delivered the
Address. He noted that Lincoln,
before he began to sneak, stood
for a moment in perfect silence
with hands clasped and head bow
ed in an attitude of mourning a
personification of the sorrow and
sympathy of the nation, "Adjust "Adjusting
ing "Adjusting his old-fashioned spectacles, a
pair with arms Teaching to his
temples, he produced from the
pocket of his Prince Albert coat
several sheets of paper from
which he read slowly and feeling feeling-1;
1; feeling-1; His marvelous voice, careening
in fullness cf utterance and clear clearness
ness clearness of tone, was perfectly audi audible
ble audible on the outskirts of the crowd.
He made no gesture, nor at attempts
tempts attempts at display, and none-were
needed. Fascinated by his intense
earnestness, and depth of leeting,
I unconsciously stopped taking
notes and looked up at him as he
glanced from bis manuscript with
a far away look in his eyes, as
if appealing from the few thou
sands before him to the m visible
audience of countless ml 1 1 i o n s
whom his words were to reach."
Edward Everett, the principal
speaker of the ceremonies, spoke
for one hour and 57 minutes. Not
many recall what he has s a i d.
Lincoln followed Everett. He spoke
for one minute, 57 seconds.
A photographer began to adjust
his camera, but before he was
ready to make the exposure, the
President nad finished his speech.
The address was over almost be
fore it began.
Lincoln believed that what he
had said was a failure. On his
return to Washington, be told his
friend, Ward Hill Lemon, "I tell
you. Hill, that speech fell on the
audience nke a wet blanket. I am
distressed about it. I ought to
have prepared it with more care."
The newapapers were not enthu enthusiastic
siastic enthusiastic either. The local paper.
The Patriot and Union of Harris-
burg, wrote.. "We pass over the
silly remarks of the President:
for the credit of the nation we
arc willing that the veil of oblivion-
shall be dropped over them
and that they shall no more be
repeated or thought oi."
On the way back to Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, Lincoln fell it.. He sat in the
train, hs head bandaged m a wet
towel. It soon became evident
that he had contracted the small
pox. For days he had to stay in
be The President's sickness did
no deter office-seekers: they still
came in droves. And Lincoln call called
ed called out gleefully la them: "Come
in, come in. I have something
now that I can give to everybo everybody."
dy." everybody." .,
Eisenhower's testimony before
Congress that the curtailed budget
was adequate made such an im
pression on Senators that they ae-
lUBIiyv called' it 'tne, Kisanhnwor
Eisenhower, recently returned
from Europe as a conquering he
ro, was ny an oaas tne most com commanding
manding commanding military personality on
the American scene. His word car
ried great weight.
Johnson, after getting these dras
tic economies OK'd, boasted that;
if the enemy should strike at 4
a.m. the United States would be
ready at 5 a.m.
The Reds did invade South Ko-i
rea at 4 a.m. and thj United States
was not prepared for many
ICBM IS CUT
The long range intercontinental
ballistic missile or ICBM also got
lopped by the Johnson economy
It had been started in 1948 as
project MA-774, but cut in 1948.
Later it was revived in the Tru Truman
man Truman administration in 1951 aa Pro.
In fairness it also should be point
ed out, nowever, mat Kussia was
making few known technical ad
vances in Johnson's day, whereas
Its advances were wtll known and
frequently published in technical
journals and in this column dur during
ing during the Eisenhower administration.
The Eisenhower administration
had positive proof that Russia had
surpassed us in developing a trig trigger
ger trigger mechanism' for the H bomb.
It had aJtiple evidence that. .Rus .Russia
sia .Russia had caught up with us In 'A 'A-bomb
bomb 'A-bomb and H-bomb design.
A Dog's Life
Answer to Previous Puzzla
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18 Collection of 30 Dispatched
30 Compass point
31 of the
' 26 Perched
1 27 Mimics
36 "My Gal
40 Workers with
43 Head covering
Wild ate -52
55 Cuts, as bread
17 Fixed look
; DOWV f:
3 Hardy heroine
23 Pulsate, at
37 Girl't name
43 Folding beds
44 Tho dill
45 Brazilian ttati
47 Measure of
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41 Rugged 51 Obtain
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SATCRPAY. JOVEMBR JO, 1957, T
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIL NEV.SPAPEH
The rodionce of Christ's love eon,
brighten your darkest hours, t
illuminote your path, ond guide
your steps oright.
MRS! "ALBERTA C. BOURNE, center, of the Quartermaster laundry at Fort' GuticVshows her
500-Hour certificate to Utai Louise. L. Franklin, left," Fort Gulick laundry .supervisor." Looking
on at right Is George N. Hicks, laundry officer Mrs. Bourne "received the. certificate m a re recent
cent recent ceremony at Fort Oulick for having accrued 500 hours of elck leaye. She lives n c?Jx
' -i -i (U.S. Army pnotoj
' v I
!.) V.-,.vl "' I
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VENEZUELA -PYRAMIDS BUSINESS, CENTERThls huge, earthen pnamW at Caracas,
Venezuela, covers 25 acres and hps been carved from a mountainside. It's the foundation for
a spiral-shaped building, a permanent exhibition hall and TV station, the ''Helicoide." Brain
child of Venezuelan architect, Dr. Jorge Romero Gutierrez, the building will be 365 feet tall.
As it is contoured W the side of a hill, it will be 25 stories high on dtte side and 10 stories on
'the opposite face. Spiral ramp with a very slight incline will enable patrons to drive directly
to the store or offlce they're visiting,, and closed TV circuits will bring telecasts of merchandise
' to'its mny salesrooms. The building U slated for completion in 196d.
Famed, Tenor Dies In Italian Home;,
J(ji; Wngs Sucwm
Italian .tedor Beniamino Gigii died
at noon! today in hjs Kome span
mant her: XliBll was 67
A- spokesman ior the GigH tam tam-llv
llv tam-llv said the maestro died' of bron
chial pneumonia which struck him
,iHrtniw 1.t nieht. Uo until then
Gigii had been in apparently good
''"...fticfir'.rdauBhter" Ester, known,
professionally as Rina and herself
an -mternauonaiiy ip mou nuyi
' was with her father when he died.
So was. hef little ;boyfc; the maes maes-tro's
tro's maes-tro's grandson,- ;
Two Rome specialists, calltd
In whtn tho. illnoss struck last
nfcht, also were, in ttondanc
wtMn h died.. They coold do
nothlnfl to osso the pnoomonia
i aff licrina ; .one of. I Iht world s
most famous pair of lonss.
The vshort, stocky tenor had
thrilled audience throughout the
world for more than ,40 years.
He often was referred to as the
successor of Caruso.
He. was born in Racanti, Italy,
in 1890, the youngest of six chil children
dren children of an Italian shoemaker.
His musical training started in
childhood and bis voice became
so "renowned while he was still
in his 'teens that Italians flocked
for miles to heir him sing in his
church choir. 1
' During World War II ho bo bo-cam
cam bo-cam k supporter' of Mussolini
and sang In Germany under
Nazi auspices during the early,
years ttf the war.
Giffli was renorted to have kept
three body guards about him for
some time after thf war.
Gigli's stamina was regarded as
phenomenal. He ouuasiea several
generations, of tenors in his life
time and rarely canceled one of
his many puh'ic aphearances.
Puerto Rican Paydirt Winners
to Spend Busy Weekend Here
A husv weekend is in store for
five enlisted men. from, Puertp Rir
co who are guests of the com command,
mand, command, as they combine sightsee sightsee--
- sightsee-- ing in Panama with visits to US
ARCARIB installations in the Ca
nal Zone; The men. arnyea inurs inurs-day
day inurs-day on the USNS Geiger for a
1 five-day all-expense' paid tour,
their award for winning prizes in
' the-Project Paydirt suggestion con con-.
. con-. ter for U.S. Armr Forces An-
; tilles an Military District of Puer-
. to Rico. . .
They are Sp 2 Samuel Nelsoh
' Jr., Sp-3 Roy M. M a r i o n, Pfc:
John P Heffron, Sp-2 Robert A.
Shireling Jr. and Sp-3 Richard L.
Wood. ali of the 750rd Tech Serv Serv-'
' Serv-' ic Unit, Eort Buchanan. .' f
When their ship docked '.on
Thursday they were welcomed to
the. Panama Area by Lt.CoL Ar Arthur
thur Arthur G. May, 1 deputy post com-
'rmsmder of Fort" Gulick. on behalf
of Maj. Gen., Thomas L Harrold,
commanding general UbAKLAKLlJ.
M-Sgt. John Scott of tho Of-
- flee of the Comptroller escorted. escorted.-'
' escorted.-' the group ; across .the Isthmus,
with top en route for a trip
t to Madctn Dam. The visitors
' were taken to Fort Amador,
, their home during their stay,
' and had Thanfctgiving dinner at
- th -. Knedquerters .Detachment
'. mess. i .- i i
;; 'r- -S.VS- .-
: v Early yesterday morning t h t y
embarked on a tour of Army and
. Air Force installation, on the Pa Pa-.
. Pa-. t cifie aide, which included Fort
Ko'abst Fori Clayton, the jf-;"
' Co" ozal -and Albrook Air Force
Base. "Another' stop was made at
the Mirsflores bridge where the
X men took pictures of the 'liners
entering and leaving the Canal
locks.1", : ;
- Yesterday afternoon's schedule
called for a tour of Panama City
and its suburbs which highlighted
the historic sites that, are a must
for ail tourists.
' Before leaving for "Puerto Rico
on Tuesday the group if to take
a launch trip to the Gaillard Cut,
spend a day deep-sea fishing,
meet Panama Area Army officials
and be interviewed over the j Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Forces Network..
. The men were chosen to make
the Panama visit on the basis of
timeand money saving ideas they
submitted under the department cf
the Army's suggestion program,
Project Paydirt. , s ?
Filipino Ship Said
Sinking With 100 ;
' MANILA, Nov. SO (UP) Globe
Wireless reported picking up an
S.O.S. today from a small Filipi Filipino
no Filipino ship which reported it was
sinking with 100 passengers' in
the South China Sea..' -:.
.-The distress signals were flagh-f
ea by the S S. Don Luis, Glove
Wireless said. The SO ton ship
gavt its position at 14 miles off
the westernmost Philippine island
of PalalanJ f i 1 t --"Sinking
with approximately 100
passengers aboard, the ship's ra ra-dio
dio ra-dio repeated ever, and ever, ?
' The Don Luis is owned by the
Bartoleme Sandiego .Company of
Manila.' ." .
Of Pakistan Gets
Beaten Up By Mob
KARACHI, Pakifan. Nov. 30
(UP) f Former ime Minister
Hussein Suhrawaroy was attacked
and beaten by a mob of Muslim
league demonstrators last night
outside the gates of the Pakistan
He received several blows on
the face but apparently was no
injured seriously. He was driven
home after the incident..
Suhrawardy, who resigned pet.
12 and was replaced by Ismael
Chundrigar. had .driven --to the
Parliament during a heated dem demonstration
onstration demonstration by thousands of Mus Muslim
lim Muslim league members demanding
that West Pakistan be broken up
into its original linguistic
divisions. Suhrawardy opposed
such a move and his stand caused
the downfall of his government.
He left his car to argue with
the crowd. A number of demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators moved in and began to
pummel him. His limousine was
stoned and damaged. Police were
called to quell the demonstrators.
Pastors, chaplains and wad
ers and members of 28 cooper
ating- denominations and reli religious
gious religious organizations In Panama
and the canal Zone are prepar preparing
ing preparing to devote two days to con con-centrated
centrated con-centrated planning, Dec. 4 and
5, upon the visit of Dr. Paul Mad Mad-dox,
dox, Mad-dox, personal representative of
evangelist Billy Graham.
Dr. Maddox is scheduled to
arrive on the Isthmus at noon
Dec. 4, accompanied by Charles
Rlggs and Jorge Sanchez, mem members
bers members of the Billy Graham staff,
and Dr..R. Kenneth Strachan.
coordinatpr of the Billy Graham
cariDoean crusade wnicn will be
here early next year.
Maddox. administrative assis
tant to Billy Graham and for formerly
merly formerly Chief of Chaplains for the
.United States Army in Europe,
will call on local officials durine
his visit and will meet with
workers actively connected with
preparations for the Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham Panama Crusade from Feb.
2 to 8.
In addition to conferences with
the Panama 'Crusade executive
committee, meetings with Mad Maddox
dox Maddox and his group are set for
Dec. 4 on the Pacific Side of trie
Isthmus at the Wesleyan Metho,-
dlst Church, Four Square
Church, Panama Baptist Church,
and the Balboa Theater: and
Dec. 5 on the Atlantic Side at
the Colon Arena and at Margarita.
Pastors, chaplains, and lead
ers and members of the denom denominations,
inations, denominations, chapels and religious
oodles joined together to spon sponsor
sor sponsor the forthcoming visit by
Graham, will accomplish detail detailed
ed detailed .planning.- n--,vt-;if ;v,,
Maddox will confer with all of
the groups. A man who handles
at least six languages with equal
facility, he has traveled with
the Billy Graham team in recent
years to Great Britain, the Con Continent
tinent Continent and around the world on
the Asiatic Tour.
Rlggs and Sanchez will' assist
in the organization of local Cru Crusade
sade Crusade teams for counselling activities.
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COOK'S NIGHTMARE Mess Sgt. Charles Kruzewski of Co.
G., 143rd Int., gazes irf awe at a small portion tk the 35 million
pounds of government rice stored at the Comet Rice Mills in
Houston, Tex. According to an Army cookbook, il rice pudding
were made from the contents of the warehouse, there would be
enough to serve every man, woman and child in North Amer America,
ica, America, Africa, Australia and half of Europe. Kruzewski's com comment
ment comment on the Texas-size pudding, "That's a lot of raisins in
any cook's nightmare."
Effective as of Nov. 30, 1957
PAUL H. FRIEDMAN
is no longer associated with us
as 'our representative. 4
THOMSON & McKINNON
Members New York Stock Exchange
11 Wall Street, New York, U.S.A.
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages) 1
"God never intended His Word to be exclusive' of adults.
Every parent should set the example by coming -with
the entire family. How long since you have been in
S. S. as a funily? 'Come!"
1 1 :00 'PARTNERS TOGETHER IN CHRIST"
Rev.' J. W: I.imhpmann Amprlfnn Rlhln RnHatw
"TnHow Id UlcHnnflM Clinton Ofkl. 0..nA MnJ !" i"
neignDor ounaay. nvery lamny is urged to bring an,
. uiiuuurtiiea lamuy to me services. Let s go over
today. Bring them."
i. 1 :
6:00-JET CADETS and YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
Every in the community needs Christ.
7:00 "LONDON CRUSADE" N
Billy Graham Film First Showing on the Zone. Tel!
your frionas. uome early ior a "good seat.
NURSERY "LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE TOU,
SMALL ENOUGH ID KNOW TOU."
i i t I I I IS WW m m
(JUST ACROSS FROM SAIBCA ft.lt. STATION)
William H. Bby, Poitor
radio ounrt hoxo, re kc.
W Preach Chrlit
Crucified Risen Coming Again
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
'Discipline and ordef is an absolute necessity for
a. S. S. to bring the truth of God's word to children
Try ouf 'S. S. and observe the disciplined way your
boys and girls are dealt with.
6:20 TWO MORNINO SERVICES 10:40
"A TWO FISTED FAITH"
The faith that brings Salvation is the kind that
takes every habit of your life and transforms it.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
The evidence of a true Christianity is the trained
Christian 6 department give a place for the
7:30 GODS PLAN FOR HIS CHURCH" K
v LORD'S SUPPER
EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES
Pray for Billy Graham Panama Crusade
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SPACt; MONKEY -Outfitted
in a pressurized helmet and
' windblast suit, a "spac mon monkey"
key" monkey" is shown above after being
placed in a high-altitude cham-
. bar during tests at an Air
' Force: research center. The
monkey," anesthetized to avoid
pain and possible meddling with
instruments, wsi on ot many
animals sent into the atmos-
' phere by the Air -force in
rockets and balloons during the
past 10 years. This picture waa
p let muslj released by Wash'
sueton in January, ISjS.
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statins an Just Mturillj delicious.
Kids crazy (or 'am Bood thing,
tss, 'aausa all save Ksvors art
aekta' with Vitamin C. But if ad
yott cm Hast than la a Jjfly.
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AGtrOUR tTHI PANAMA AMERICAN, AN IWPEFliNPINT DAILI KEWSFAPER ; v --v.- 1" jpTST '' "V""-
I I KTHAAIM1 CHURCH NOTICES I : ,H!B8B
Church of Christ
w. of. Burrow, Evangelist
Sunday 4 JO pn
1 0ur invitation
JH oruja Bua
Drawer W a
Sunday School j, jn.
Trainin, umon 1JD pan
miST BAPTIST CHLKCH
Balboa Heights, C. Z.
627 Ancon Boulevard
Drawn "B" Balboa Heights
Phon Balboa 1727
William & Beeby, rsstor
Morning Worship .....
Bsptist Training Union
Evangelistic awn km ........
Prayar Masting, Wednsaday.
W.M.S. Bibls Study Tburs.
Monday In month) .--
7:00 p m
FIRST BAPTIST CHIIBCH
Marsarita Avcnus at 5th Street
uHVdl4.. f anal Zona
Rv. Wendell C. Parker, raster
Morning Worship ..........
Baptist Training Union
Brotherhood. Tuesdays ......
Prayer Services, Wednesdays
W M.U. 1st at 3rd. Fridays
GJL., R.A, & Sunbeams,
, 7 :00 pm.
Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
U February Street, Phone;
li:oo Holiness meciuia
3:00 Sunday School.
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
LA BOCA CI.
Lieutenant Pansy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone: i
11:00 iluliness Meeting.
3 :00 Sunday School.
7 JO Salvation Meeting.
PAR ALSO, C.Z.
Envoy c Mrs. C L. Moseley
t:00 Sunday School.
' 11:00 Holiness Meeting.
1 .(VI Snn. CliMl
J:3 Salvation Meeting.
' Sealer t au and Mrs. C. Moonuni't
' 14tk Street. Phone: 38-743.
COLON THIRD STREET
L 7 JO Solvation Meeting.
The Bev. Oscar W. Olssn, Pastor
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-14BC Churrh Offlr I..UU
9:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
Service. Classes for all ages.
10:30 ajn. Worship Service The
b..1u1 l: i vi j
gsrten and Primary Depts. Church
6:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
Pott High Fellowship.
7:M p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
7:30 p m. Evening Service.
The Rev. Bay M. Blakely Minister
Church School, with Adult Bible
. Service of Worship. 11:00.
Youth Fellowship. 5:45.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office, 2-2842. Res. 3-148
8:45 s.m. Church School. Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult
11:00 a m. Morning Worship.
Nunerr for Infants and small chll
1:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship.
6:11 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
' A eomolete schedule of auxiliary sc
tivitlaa and official meetings as sn-
I Bounced from week to week.
l Bar. Walker M. AMertoa, Pastor
It Off.: 6-470 Res.- -130
t:M am. Sundav School.
I0:4 a.m. Morning Worship.
P Official meetings and week-day sett.
I ft ties as announced.
Churches af lha many faiths la the Canal Zeae, and the terminal cittM
of Panama ana' Colon, Republic af Panama, as-tann" a welcnine at all
times ta man and woman of tha arm services. ana1 to civilian neifn neifn-ban,
ban, neifn-ban, friends and atrangart. ....
Af a public service, Tha Panama American lists bslaw, by danomi danomi-nations,
nations, danomi-nations, noticai of hours af warship and ether ragular activities.
Listings ara rotated from tima t time. Denominations having only
ona or two congregations ara listed under "Other Churches Services."
A special listing is included far services at Army pasts, Air Ferea base
and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains ara asked to Inform the
news desk in writing by Wednesday aeea, at. the latest of any changes
far Ike coming Saturday's church page.
T. atABs"S CHUBCH Balboa
Sunday MaMsat 1:00. 6:06, 10:00 and
12HUJIi'n.. llaasesi gJi. :. UM t-m
and 5 :00 p.m.
and 7:00 to :00 P m. Thursday, before
rirst Pr'day: 7:00 to :00
Uiraculoua Medal Novena: 7.-00 pja
Catecnuun ciaaai mtimt w
High School Btud Club CM on
BACBBO HKABT Aacoaj
Sunday Massss: 55. 70 t:0 am.
Holy Day masses! a.m. anJ a0
"'Confessions: Saturday l0 to :00 and
7:15 to 8:00 pm. Thursday before First
Sacrod Heart Devotional 1M pjav an
CatMhlsm Claaai :M to ; pm oa
OUB LADT OP PATIMA-Curnadn
Sunday Mass at :00 a.m.
Holy Day Masa at :S0 pas.
Confasslona; COO to Ctt pjpa. on Sat-
Catechism uiaasi om v
ST. JOSEPH Paraleo
Sunday Massea at 7:00 and 1:13 a.m.
Holy Day Man at 0:00 p m.
Weekday Masses: ..:00 a.m.
rnntmexinnx; Saturdav J0 to :S0 and
6:30 to 7:3ft .
Catechism Clam: sunoay :wv va .if
Miraculous Medal Movenat 7:00 p.m
on. Friday. . ,M
Convert instrucuonei iuur,uf a,v
ST. VINCENTS Panama City
Sunday Masses: IM and 1:30 ajn.
Hniv nay Masam: 1:30 and 5:00 p.m.
in u f9il nn Saturdav the Maasea are
6:00 and 8:30 a.m.) V
Contessions: Saturday 1:00 to COO and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursdays before First
rridiy tu p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and B
Citrchiuu Class: After tao mass on
Convert Class; e:ao.p.m. usoj ana
ST. THERESA'S CeteB
Mniv h.v Mass: COO ajn. (It It falls
on oaiuro. -.--. ..-,..
catechism tu r
Monday. . ....
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA SALLE
. Pars.no Lefevro
Sunday Masses: 6:30 and 149. a.m.
Xi.lw n... m.. c-sa Men- Thurs
J ... t-l T.MM MMlf l!tti Lin.
an. inswi. "" '"Z'TZ a..aiili
Holy pajj Mssscsi m.w "-r
...winn.; s m to M and 7:00 to
8:00. pjm. or, Saturday.
P,m. . r m fliindav
catecnism vi. r;
ST. THEBESCS-LJ Bees
Convert Class: Monday 130 pjn.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a m.
!f.5fZ"SK 5. 70 ..m.
Catechism Class: a.io v-
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Friday. '- Thursdsv
Convert .im. r
F ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S CeMa
Sunday Masses: C. !io5 1
Hniv bav-Massesi 5:4S and 60 am.
and 5:45 p.m. ..on ,a
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. .
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
6:1S and 7:00 p.m. ...
Sacred Heart novena: ""JJJ
Sunday Evening Services 7.00 p.m.
r',.nu.rt Class: 7:15 D.m. on Mondays
Catechism Class: sunoay
11:45 a m. :00 p m. to 4:0J Jm-
ed Sacrament all day. Mepositlon at .0
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our
of Fatlma-The Holv Rory 5:00 a. m.
rimt Communion Instructions lor chil
dren Mondays and Thuradays 6:00 te
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 10:30 a Jn.
Holv Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m. and
5:L5 P:m- ..m .a
uoniessions: aaiuraaj .w ,w .w
7:00 to 6:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. .
Mlrseuloue Medal Novenat a:ia ana
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 1:00 Mass an
rir.i avidav Cvmasltlaai all day during
the School Year.
First falurdayl Mam at s:e aaa.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH ta Margarita
aunoav Manas: I . 1
ri Ctiir.w MttM S Oft sjb.
Weekday Maasea: 60 a.m.
Sa.urday ... 70 pjn.'to 60 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 7:S a.m. 1:18 pm
Confession ... 3 4J pm. ta 4:4 p.m
Parish Family Rosary- and
Discussion Inquiry Group 1:36 pjn.
1st Friday Devotions ... 746 pm
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 1st pm
sv viaryma B.l.k.a SMta
Sunday Maaaesa: I JO a nv and 10
Holv Day Maasea: 646 a-nv aa SM
fMifaadanat a mm ta Baa aaa ffasl Sa
8:00 p.sa. Saturday.
cateuuain tissa: is:ee e ns. on auaoay
Coavort Clsas every HeoMbur at
' Vl'traculoue Medal II arena 1 ass
Same Heart novenai iam pja, m
nmACVLATB C ONrrTTrON 6a tasi
thindav Uaaa: 8:1 a.m
nsir wr mtmmm: w
Conassiosai Jg lavIaM aaa. mm Sat-
ti'usw.n cnaas aw oas. m annay
OUB LADY OT COOO COtTNSBt.
Sunday Mesess; 20 and 8 Jf a.m.
Holy Pay M esses 1 6 Jo aaa. end SJS
after aU evening devotleae.
aiiracutoue Medal Nay anal () pja
Secroa) Heart N overall To pas an
sunoay acnooit I -so pea. est ansaoay.
BalisiMia Ineirurtion Ciaaa taa CaJl-
Brllgiaua liartrurtion for sdeWte (Caav
Idurtoar as Spanishls laM pas ass Moa-
The Bt. Rv. B. tlsaec Geodeo, S.T D
The Very Bev. Malneri J. Petersen,
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUKE
7:30 ajn. Holy communion.
i it nhnrrh School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday).
:30 ajn. SsnU Communion, Srd Sun-
mon. Holy CommunTon 1st Sunday.
7:00 p.m. evening aervicw.
6 JO am. Hely Communion.
7:00 pra Evening Prayer.
6:00 ajn Holy Communion.
1.30 a si Holy Communion.
s il a ss. Morning Prayer.
12:00 Mtsda Missionary Prayers.
Church of St Andrew
The Bev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest In Charge
Holy Communion t0 a JO.
Family Prayer and .,.
Church School "JO ajs
(Also Holy Communion 2nd. i
Sunday each month. ,,
unmin. Priver A Sermon 11 00 a m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest us Charge
2:00 s.m. Morning Player.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
0 AM BOA
. .i rkM
The Rev. John Spear. Priest to Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
mon Sermon Church School
Episcopal Young Churchmen
X m mnA Srmon .....
1:00 p m
7 :00 pm
and FRIDAYS M
Morning rrayer ana
Evening Prayer ...........
1:00 a m
1:00 p m
WEDNESDAYS t0 THURSDAY B
Holy tosraunrai i niii Wi
Meriting Prayer ;
Evening Prayer 7 M P-
-Ismuy- srucnarir :t:
ouica at vampuiw
mt a i.i dm., Frlaat
School W ",T..V. t:0t ass
fSjL:.V.V." AVi ....... 1:30 sm
Choral Eucharist and Ser.
"Holy Bsptlsm ....
r,r.nirm. and Address .... JJ P-'
3rd MONDAYS ... ...a.-
THURSDAYS or FEAST TS
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ten. L. B. Shirley. Priest m Charge
6:30 sm. noiy (.ommiu".
Church ef St. Merjsret
Espave end Braioa Blvd.
The Rev. J cast K. Renew, Becter
7:20 a.m. Holy Communion.
:4S a.m. Morning Prayer and
11 :00 a m. Choral Eucharist
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
The Bev. Allan B. Wentt,
Priest in t-narie
The Bev. David A. Oseeme,
8 00 a.m. Choral Eucharist Sermon
:30 a.m. infant Dapusm.
3 SO n m. Church School
(heid to Buildink 131)
10 gjss. Youth raUewahlo
11a nm. Evensong end Aaui see.
2nd end 4th WEDNESDAYS
t JO la. Woman s Ainuuarj
tar Guild Meetins.
SC paal s ChnRk
The Ten. Lessnel B. Shirley
Tha Brs. fits B. AlwoB. I
SUN DA VI,
IM sis. Holy fjessusnaaiea
..aa 6,.-. sKaKaasisas JB el gal III laaB
16:4k a m Morning Prayar and Churth
12:00 mw Holy Baotl
IM sun. Solemn Vessora
tie gav Evening Prayar and Semen
a 'OS h noiy communion
I pjn. Evening Prayar
frlimSM'AYg AND fTHDAYg
a-Sa m aa Mala r,aMiannlaai
6 06 a. as. Maty CaaMaunian.
CHS 1ST CHUB Cat BT-TBE-SEA
(Oppealte Hotel Washington
no stay. Jaaasa rater rarsmar.
The nay. aMnry A
646 i s noky Ceenfounless.
I N ass. Morning Prayar,
a-aa rk.i lAuMkAa M
l a a jn. Churea aVnaoL
I J6 gja. Solesna Bvansoag and
t OS la. Holy Coaamunlan.
140 a as. Morning Prayer.
1 JO pan. Evening prayar an
Y-66 a m. Morning Prayer.
SO am. CbMdrea'a lWiartet.
t6 pjn. Evening Prayer.
646 ajn. Holy Communion.
SO aaa. Morning Prayer.
S On p.m. Evening Prayer.
I jg pja. Coaapuno and Meditation,
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THV1SDAT
640 ojo. Holy Coeneaunieai,
1 SO a-aa. Morning Prayer.
I OS p.at. Bvoaing Prayar.
........ ; ...... v i. '...'...'if. w, '.?!.. i .i.. '..'',,..;.';' it
BIO ABA JO
St. Chrutesker's Chorea.
10th Street. Parous iLefevro -The
Bev Clarence W, Hayes,
Priest In Charge
The Be. Clarence A. CragweB.
:oe an. Holy cesnmunion.
7 :30 a m Sung Eucharist and Sv rmon.
1IM a.m. Morning Prayar and Church
124)0 noon Holy Baptism,
a so n.m Evensona and Sermon.
7 JO p.m. 1st ana are, woman a nasi.
6 :3a p.m. Junior uaugntora w m.
V A n m VmitK fsllAWshlSL
l:0f a m Holy communion.
1:00 pjn. Evening Prayar and Religious
s:oo p.m. uirir rricnaiy aocieiy.
s nn n.m. mt and Srd. Slnslstona.
1:30 ajn. junior imnraiueiuw.
CHURCH OP THE MAZABENB
448 Iranglpani St. Ancon, C.Z.
Bev. Elmer O. Nelson, Pester
Box 297 Balboa. CX. Tel. 2-2602
Sunday School C45 a m
Worship Service 10:4J a m
Youth Service' C Pm.
Evangelistic Service ....... 2
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 JO p.m
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB.
Mergarlta School -Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5010 Margarita. C.Z.
Sunday School : a m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ.. 23rd Street East
Bev N. Browa. Minister
Divine Worship :Q m.
Sunday School 2:W) p.n
Sunday. Massea T. 1:45 11:45
lo Abala, K. M
Sunday School 1:00 p.m.
lfuttn Thimdava at 7:30 Djn. and
Sunday at 4:00 pm. Wlrs Memorial.
BOi Baihva Hoaa, naioee.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 ajn.
m .1 ..kul. Camriaw Ifl-IUI m.
AUIltMJl -" 1
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 6:00 pjn.
Rellet Society; mesaay :w a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:80 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday :30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
, Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-I10S
Sunday School I: JO ajn
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship ......... 11 :M
Youth Fellowship ......... 0 p.m.
Eevenlng Worship ........ J:S pm'
Prayer and Praise (Wed.K7K)0 p.m.
A church nursey In provided.
OLD CATHOUC CHUBCH St
SC Raphael The Archangel
lltb St Wast Na 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday al 10 is
Tuasdaya. Wodnaadays and Thursdays
' sacrament of Unction (Heeling Ser Service)
vice) Service) First Sunday of aacb month at
7 JO pja-
Maemt atoBaet- Chrietlaa Chardl
BataajmskMal Bat S.
Bt, Bav. T. rfamos, a D. Bishop
Marnlns devotion 6:00 s.m
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a m.
Sunday School h "..
Divine Service .30 pjn.
af BAH ATS CENTEB
al Tl I atvaaf
Urbsnliaclon El Carmen, Panaml City.
inlormal Taiaa ana w""?"
Thursdays v:0?- pJm"
talon, 8th rront Streets
uaataira American Baaaar)
Study Classes Thuremays, ISO P.SB
BETHEL MISSION CHUBCB
Espalaba St, Parslso, C.E.
Bev Wsldsba a Stewart, fstar
Sunday; 11:00 sjo. Worship Service.
2:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7-.1S p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wadnaiav: 1 JO MId.week Christian
Thursday: a:o uion nenearsai.
Vina: I SO Women's Mlsslonsry So
THE CHUBCH OP GOD
ISpa Mini. HI.M PaatM
Sunday School .,. 10:00 a.m.
Morning worship hot a.m.
Night Service 120 pjn.
FUST CHURCH OP COD
Cor. Jamaica aad Trinidad Sta.
Balnaaw City, Canal Zeas
Bev. Wm. Liviagston, r altar
THE CHUBCH OP GOD
Tatt Eighth Streat Coloa
Bav. O. W. aarandlaoa. Paster
Sunday School ........ .... t:S0 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:20 a.m
Night Servko 1 JO pjav
Sunday School 10:26 a.m.
THE CHUBCB VI UUU Bio A so Jo
Monte Oscars Ballets St
aw. sm. J. Pastes
Sunday Sehee ............... 0:26 sm
Unlna Warahla ..... 10:20 B.m
Niaht Sorvie 120 pm.
CHUBCH Of GOD (Pantoeastal)
' Bev. B. E. Wstson. Overseer
oi.a a-aos la. a&. riamboa
bhurraM at Par. lac C.Z. I Rev. and
Ifr. niu a Whvtal. Calan. H.P
(Rev. Pernanda Lorenco), Rio. Abejo
I Rev. and Mrs. Charles Hay nasi, and
Catlvd (Rev. and Mrs Clifford Grooves).
Sunday and weekdays services at all
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Diablo school)
a fart V. MinisteC
V. Thoasnasn. Ministot
Disba Heights, C.Z.
Heesa, Oomboa III
area Balboa 42T1
Box 26, Diabia Hell
BimJ.a shaal 1646 ajn
tihil lanks 1140 ajn.
Youth Service '740 pjn.
Evengellstle Service I JO pm
m7a.l.i .I.HT nihla Ocudv
and Preyor Sorvic ...... 126 p.m
BKFMMEB tVntsWAI CPlVBCa
Baleaa Bond at 6fHra Street
- Bay. Bonarl P. Ooaatcs, raateo
. PO. Boa ess. Balboa.
Suaday SHmoi, Bioio ciaaa gsjg ajn.
uivtno semes ie:ia aan.
Holy Commisnion. first Sunday at the
. i..i. a I .
Parmer vhapoi of Our Saviour's Bpls
oa pai cnapet arn m. on aawai
Mr. Cnssaa R. Penwer. War
Sunoay Sr'vnul. Bible Class tsW a.m.
Divino Sorvico 16:1S in
Holy Communion, last Sunaay of the
Jm Mialfara Moard Bla 762-E'Ls
Boca Soau Balboa. CJ- Rsbbl Nathan
Sarvlew Friday. IM OJn. Saturday
141- 0-m ., :j' .''
(See Ustlnga of Jewish servicer
under font Sanaa and Stations).
nlda Cuba and 26th Street Bella Vista
nniisi .v iit eirvicai m;w ii.m
Christian Scientist v
CHaUSmA aClkMCB cMiiHCHaSt
iVat Church ot Christ Scientist Anew
- .660 Anaon Boulevsra.
Sunday 11:0V, Weanasdav M pjn
Sunday School 6:20 a.m
fret Chare as Christ, oeieaitist, Crtsteba
Uik Streat Bollvai tUgbway
Sunday Hennm t mm
Sunday 11:00 ajn. Wednesday IM p.m.
Posts and Bases
y PACIFIC BJDk
; Prates taat
Sunday School 9Ai
Morning Worship lttlHi
Church-time Nursery School... 10:06
Sunday School- iBulldina Ma.
126) ,. P0
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday .Evening Mid-Waak
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 64)6
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service, Rio Ha to ...
Christian Youth Fellowship' ....
Soldier's-Fellowship Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Unlorir-Thurs.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BA8B
Arlult Rihla rla INPO riilhl
Morning Worship 6:20 it 10:45
Youth Fellowship .....w. ....... 640
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
miitbibw Nr-ririi 2f :au
Morning Worshio 110
Holy Communion First Sunday
ISth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion First' Sunday
Naval Radio Station. Summit...
Dally Mam a:s
Sunday Masses 7:45 6:00
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 80
Daily Mass C15
Saturday Masses 6:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions 7:30
Confessions Saturday . 6 :00 a) 7 :30
ALBROOK AUtrOXCI BASE
Sunday Massea 1:4J 12:00
Its HlVlt aTSTtON. Ilnrfman
sunaay aiasa :
AT.RKOnK AIR IbBCE BASE
IIEri-Jwn MalhAa I
Sunday School Bldg. 251 l:oq
Morning Worship 10:30
Pravar Pallowahln-Blda. 15S-
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:36
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chanel a 120
Sunday School :so
Morning Worship 10:4S
, Youth rellowshiD. Sunday .... 620
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 120
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School s:w
Morning Worship 1V
Holy Communion First Sunday
DaUv Maaa lOU
Sundav Mam : t:30
Confomlons: Saturday ......... 6:00
7:45 A 10:15
. 6:00 o 7:00
It NAVAL. STATION. Coco Solo
Daily Mass a. :w
Saturdav Mam 6:30
Sundav Mam S.40
Sunday Mam 130
a"!a.aaaV aJ' Kavl sarilli sas-as MtinAttft
ed at the Church of the Anunciatlon,
via aieusano rorras, hp araocisco oa
la Calcla. Panama City, R.P.. and at
the Church of St Anthony, Avenlda
U.lu. I'mIm a 0 nn n.a Sim.
days at 6:20, For further Information,
call the Office of the Army Chaplain,
Weekly Services in all churches
Sabbath School 6J0 aJn.
Divine Service 11:06 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pjn.
Bible Study and Prayer Service
PsclBc Bids Paaassa
Pastor W. A. Waller Tel. 2S-2-3S06
Vwl. I w Am I rtaa,
v. ty rwiu eh. aja n Pi.a.
bio Muevo 2 A St between Srd and 4th
sis. mo adsw litn no. n viomooo
ana srijoica., ;..
Pastor C D. WUllams-TeL 6 510
m a a n.i. y a i n-i
Spaaath Ch'nrraoa Pa rifle Bide Paaanu
i rosior noroeno aiuires
Panama. Cello Dariea No. S
1 edregal a Nuovo Guerara.
" Atlantic Blaa
Pastor G. A. Jeffries TaL SS 826T.
u.i-h.1 tfnall.K-.SBth Jb atnllvav A wa
. Crasmbel Spanish ieh BeUvor Ave.
6844 Cavilan Bead Td. 2-1SSS Jk 2 J531
isthmian Bantlit Church
List Woak Of ACctlvity
Tha nhnrvinra nf the T0rd S
Cnnnal lha Harlirstion nf infants.
ingpirgtiohal 8ingin nd 80ul-tir-
vlna aarmnna ara tha stieCial fu
tures 111 connection with the wor
ship gervlceg st tne first ism-
mlan Baptist vnura lumwtvw.
The following activities are list
ed to take place:
j S:4S Sunday School with special
emphasis on "Know Your Bible'
H a.m. Divine wornip.
p.m. Training Union. ;
' nm Ctntfanirsiinn and sermon.
The ordinance of the Lord's Sup-
pep-will follow the preaching ser
vices. The pastor 01 int.tuuivu
...in .tnl. t alt the ., services
Will UU1VI1 ... r-. m L J I
and a cordial invitation is extend-
ed .toa it- our irienas gnu
general pubUc to attend the preaching-,
services... tfS-'.'. '.:. 'Vvv:
Throught the week, "The An Annual
nual Annual Lottie Moon Week of Pry Pry-er"
er" Pry-er" will be observed.
Gn Weonesday there will be
another big event. Plans have
been completed ior the Central
t.a.a Ttantlat Association "M
Night meeting to be held at the
First Isthmian uapuai vuuitu, i
1 w. an! at kfithanv rikUtUt
Church "M" night or mobilization
night is I special time for launch
ing training union prun' ams
Baptist Churches for the coming
year. "M" night nere in ranama
is bringing local uapuai up i i-date
date i-date with very popular practice
in the United States.
Because the success of M
night helps to increase the ef effectiveness
fectiveness effectiveness of the church's in influence
fluence influence in the Community, grow growing
ing growing interest Is being displayed in
this particular activity whenever
it is launched.
The guest speaker on 'M' night
will be Dr. Charles Pitts pastor
of one of the largest churches
in Dallas, Texas.
Curundu Protestant Church
Stresses tible Sunday vL
The Curundu. Protestant Church
.Vi.ainm thair arviri for Sun-
day and the coming week ana
...t.nU a pnrrllsl invitation to the
public to come. Beginning Sunday
at 9:30 is Sunday School witti a
class for all ages. The offering in
Sunday School on the first Sun-
iav nf the month goes to Wy
cliffe Translators of the ; Bible.
Th. a:..t CnnHav nf the month
A. Hi: A., o -r- -
is Missionary Sunday in the church
The Church is urged
their canned food and J etottmj
for missions, here in Panama when
they come to churcn tomorrow.
The Kev. J. w. uniaiuji", a a-rrotarv
rrotarv a-rrotarv nf the American Bible So
ciety for Central America, will
preach in tne morning sevjK i
11 a.m. His sermon subject is
"Partners Together In uirisi.
This is Bible .Sunday In the
church. A nice display of Bibls
... .nil nlrl nlut manv of the
"J versions and translations may te
seen at the morning service, mrs.
nrin c. Dearline is chariman of
the Bible Display.
This Sunday is ine cnurcn
"Good Neighbor" Sunday in the
attendance, crusade. Every family
of the church is to, be a "Good
By OSWALD JACOBT
Written for NEA Service
4 10 6 5
d j a 7
ym 10 5
'"J SOUTH i
K J 10 7
Nertk East SoanMi
Pass Pass INT.
3 N.T. Pass Pass
- Opening lead 4 2
one teat of b good rubber
Kvtjlira lev.r ta his ehllitV tO
Yisuslize wsys snd means to de-1
feat an adverse contract. i
Today's hand defended by Na-;
than Schulmsn of New York is
b esse in point.
Mr. Bcnuiman openea tne
deuce of spades on the general!
theory that It is best to attack!
b major suit. Cast's queen fell to
smith's ara and a club lead was:
Tlwon in dummy. . ; I
Tne nine ox nearxa was iea,
from rlnmmv and lost to Mr.;
eiorse maKinr nis next ichu
Nat went Into s long huddle. The :
subject of the huddle was to,
f inri n combination of cards that :
wouia auiow mm vo dcbi mic
. i t i a. W I V.
contract and Nat nnaiiy came
up with the winner. Dummy and
Nat each held 10 points. East had
abown up with the queen of
i m ..ll. n Shaf
gpBBCS lui iw yvuim sv
only IS points were unaccounted
for. East could have the queen
of diamonds and South' could
still have his no-trump. :
Tut winM a ten have tha ten
of diamonds and then the hand
could be beaten Ty a eiamoiia
Down on the table came the
deuce of diamonds." Dummy
played the seven and Eut play played
ed played the ten. South held off and
also ducked when East contin continued
ued continued with the queen. He had to
take the third diamond lead and
when Nat rot tn with the ace Of
hearts his remaining diamond
set me contract. .
weignpor anu v ? The
cnurcneo laniuy r" jl,J-(' in
pastor anticipates the nJ
of chain to accomodate the poe-
ple this Sunaay. !n me.t
VAh feiinwshiDS will meet
Sunday even.ngjr, the church
At 7 D.m.. a myy
A If-"1" ...iJi ,it n.ili.11 f Til-
w U be seen enunea, T r., r.,-sade."
sade." r.,-sade." The pastor Milton K. LeitlU
urges those who wish to see Itas
great film to be present prompt
ly, t T pjn. The aim wm
shown .here ana men "--7
into Panama for another show-
6, it P.m. will be the
annual church business mee ng
in the church. All families
are urged to make plans fr
auenaing- wHny" "rr
the church work for this church
year will e given, eiecuuii
f."" 1 .nt the nassing
nn the budget. Come to worsh.n
this Sunday in "s warm-'"---church".
Can. Ogdtn Te Spook
w aaM .Mil Stova
Of St. Luke's Cathedral
Tomorrow- morning, at
1 r.f c Tulip in
the Men s aim -r- r...i
norate Communition will be heid
: h. 7 a.m. service. ruii"wi
" ...1H ru.
the service, a oreawasi
ffj .ul Ti.,nii r.uest House,
new at -?- mtm
at wnicn umc
L. Ogden,.dfeputy commanding ge
neral of usakwiud,
will be the guesi spe.e
This form of Corporate Com
m"? T si.. ,r ThV Episcopal
t.a i. tkss first Sunday n
Xd enlwhich is" the Church's
Or v.... nv accordina to
... L.i -.lianWor There are
me iiiurgitsi vav. - .
four Sundays in weteniw,
ing up to Christmas
"'S. !5 .1.... ..looir. the mem-
uunnu iiieo" -....,
upon w ii.;f-". ,-,.
way for the celebration of Our
'j,. u.-..kj... Thl service IS
JLOIU 5 uuuiuaj. ,
St. Andrew, wmcu r.u.
men gathered togetner ior v v-purpose
purpose v-purpose of bringing others to
Christ through the We of the
Church. The community is invu invu-ed
ed invu-ed to share this celebration, and
may share the breakfast by call call-ins
ins call-ins nesn Peterson at Balboa a-
46 to make reservations.
Margarita Union Church
p,,n". grv,ry Marber Canvass
-D.ifii. r n'Nal chairman oi
the Church Council of the Mar
garita Union Churcn, nas announc announced
ed announced plans for the conclusion of
the Every Member Canvass and
Stewardship Drive currently un under,
der, under, way at the church.
Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 the
Council will meet end definite
plans will be made to visi -an
members ot tne congiegauun w
have not as yet made stewardship
commitments. Memoers oi
Church Council will constitute
the visitationt earns.
xviiAniinir th Advent theme the
..a.tni. nf the church. Rev. Theo
dore E. Franklin, has entitled his
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It is being- mbdeled by Mrs. J.
Harris Ward during an exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition of the works of Pablo Pi Picasso
casso Picasso in Chicago.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1051
clii.,,'. aarmnn "Veenintf Alnrt
t tne second Advent.'? The Ba-
crament of Holy Communion will
be observed at .the close of the
The pastor also announced to
day tnat' Harrold bpicknall, a
uauve of Lincoln, Neoraska,' has
been chosen to 'direct the choir
of tne Margarita Union : Church.
Spicknall is at -.present station-
eu at Jt'ort Gullcjt where be is -servmg
with the bana and oth.
er musical groups. Spicknall has
had considerable ierperience 1 in
Spicknall, as well as his wife,
is a graduate ot tne university
of Neoraska School, of Music.
Mrs. Spicknall is an initrument initrument-alist
alist initrument-alist specializing In .the. clarinet.
0. Jorstaa, former cnoir ui-
rector, will continue' to serve the
church as minister vt musie and
. s 1 f iL. .1 M i.
cnairman qi me music vommitiee.
St. Peter's l:'.a- e.$tV-
Plans Corporate Communion
Men anrl hnvs: nf ..-the, naai.i.
nt St Peter's in T.s Roes will
join in making a corporate com communion
munion communion tomon'ow in Observance
of Men and Boys Advent' Corpor
ate vuuiuiuuiuu vouiiua;, j -,.
This custom is annually eh-
served in the Kpiscopal chulth
on the first Sunday in Advent,
uhirlt marks the .atari nt : 1
pew ecclesiastical year; Parishion
ers on a wnoie are expected to
turn out in full to the commu communion
nion communion service. .- :rv,!);M:fyX
The celebration will i take form
of a choral eucharist beginning
10:30 a.m., with the Rev John
Snear. nriest in chirce. -ss. rl-
jbrant and preacher. ..": jv--'L-
Memoers 01 tne woman s Au Auxiliary
xiliary Auxiliary will also commune in a
group at this service as they
usually do on the firirt' Simday
of each month. if ;tr
The eucharist will. be preceded
with morning, prayer and church
school at 9. Confirmation class is
scheduled with the church school
session. ,, -w
Trawler Fishes Up
Live OneTon Mine
Of World War' 1 1
nsTinvn Br.Tinw Vax.'
V a y V a UWllUjDI ttUT) SjU
rTIP Balffisili fiehartVlaaft : ltf in as.
, ..0aa... swiswa JSSIS SjfMIl
this busy port today with a dan
gerous eaten snaren in their nets
a live one-ton German mine from
wona war n. 'v :
iTicharman ahAapif flii l..mlM
- -....-.. aMW u w. a it ici
P-132 hauled in the mine during
tha niffht hut VIM tint .MMumin
it until dawn broke after they had
tied up irt the harbor. They fled
me snip ana cauea explosive ex experts.
While the demolition,. e r e w
worked to deactivate, the jrilne, it
ctortAfl tm CfilTasi ttt SB '4iMlpiWaBa ftMiatl
oi"' tVU s,u (lie t1.1 61 llLAlllgj ASUlLiVa
The Army men hasily left the'
Crews of nearby fishing" VessrM
abandoned their shiDS. Dockwork
ers also fled. .'.
Hours later a Navy minesweeper
hooked a 200-yard cable to the
trawler and towed it slowly out
of the harbor toward s deserted
stretch of coast to beach it.
If the mine ha not exploded by
tomorrow, the Army will make
another attempt to disarm it.
Cool Hygienic Light
Porous Will outlast
H. D0EL S. A.
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UTUltDAT. NOVEMBER 30, 195?
TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAITT NEWSPAPER
(and OtlterwiSe ,3,
- .' j
. Jit Jl L fJJ If utUm P 20140 low L ftO( J io V
MRS. XEE RINGER
MISS GRACIELA E. SPANO BECOMES BRIDE
OF MR. JLEE RINGER AI CEREMONY HERE
Mr.' Gracleli E. Spano became the bride of Mr, tee Rinfer
In ceremony, wfclcb took, place In the Magistrates' Court, Bal-
Imml Ittt atf.'5 ".V '.. "; -.:
f Tbe bride is the daughter of Mrs. Katie Spano of El Can
grejo, Panama City. A graduate of Balboa High School, she was
born In Cuba and rajsed in ranee, and has lived In Panama for
a numoer oi year,.
the groom holds the dual post
of Attache of the American Em-basgy-inPanama
OQiceroi tne uniiea aiaies imoi imoi-maUon
maUon imoi-maUon Service (NSIS) A graduate
of Ule, tJniversity of California at
Los Angeles (UCLA); he operated
an advertising agency in Los An Angeles:
geles: Angeles: before Joining the Foreign
Service. : ;.
Therbrlde was attended by her
sister an brother-in-law Mr. ana
Mn 'a rtiix of Sella Vista.
Thomas Da,vts of B e y e r 1 y
Hull, California, witnessea me
gew-emony, following which a small
umvv riuh t Fort Amador:
After, a twormouth tour of South
America, the couple.will return
to Panama before taking off for
a new post to which Mr.: Singer
has been transferred.
'SeftO' ttuista :
Attend' Despedtda ;
s Br; And Mrs. AvcocK
Over- one hundred and seventy
friends awenaea ine iareweu w w-ivfar
ivfar w-ivfar Dr. 'and --'Mrs; Samuel D.
a wnrt atthB- -Hotel-' Washington
on Saturday, evening. The V-Bhap-ed
tablet was decorated In the
Thanksgiving themer "using native
fjowersi firuits ana veiawes.
Seated -with the honored guests
were Dr. "Bruno Eisen, Miss Flor
ence H. Eobrooke, Mr. William
Brown,' Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Oster Oster-hire.
hire. Oster-hire. Dr. and, Mrs. Levin and Dn
and Mr. ; Harry Ena. ;
The Aycocks V were presented
with 4 purs.e from their many
friends,' some of whom were una unable
ble unable to attend the party
Mr and Mrs. 'Fred A." Dubo' of
Ancon announce the birth of their
grandson born yesterday at oor-
?- Hospital, Ancon, CZ weighing
lbs. and 10 oz The bay "Was
named Timothy Earl Quinn.lThe
parents are Sgt. ana jars u r.
Quihn. Mrs.- Quintt is the former
Marie Agnea -Dube. ;
rldi hew v
Given In Hener . v
Of Miss Margaret 01ms
"Lalique". crystal shower was
civa for Miss Marraret Mary
Olms of 5ti Louis, Misseuri,-"On
Tuesday afternoon at : tne noiei
Washington. -.. 5
Hostesses were Mrs.-Mary Bcl Bcl-,
, Bcl-, anger, Mrs. Agusta Leon, Mra.
Angelica Wong and nMjs. Arlene
.Wong. -wj.'-. ..!. '.--v..
- The gift table was decorated
fth a large white crepe paper
umbrella, showered with tiny pink
and white rosebuds and a dozen
An attractive floral arrangement
was used as a centerpiece for the
buffet table. M". Robert Guil Guil-lois,
lois, Guil-lois, wife of the Chancellor of
the French Embassy in Panama
and Mrs. Julia Amrliani, both old
friends of the Wong famuy, pre
sided at the coffee table.- Approx
imately seventy -iive guests from
both sides of the Isthmus were
Miss Olms -will.bBcome. the wife
of 'Dr. Julio Cesar Wong, son of
Mrs. Natalia de Wone. of Colon.
on Dec. 7 at the Miraculous Med
al Church. A reception will fol follow
low follow at the Hotel Washington,
Miss Olms is on the nursing
staff at the Coco Solo Hospital.
and Wong is on the medical staff
at the same hospital.
Invitations have been issued for
Pacific Navy Wives
Will Hold Electron
The Pacific Navy. Wives will
bold their, semi-annual election of
new officers and chairmen Mon
day night. All memoers ana pros pros-nectrVe
nectrVe pros-nectrVe members are requested to
be on hand to install the people
of their choice lor offices, v v-Cooties
Cooties v-Cooties Will .'
Visit Hospital '."''.
The Military Order of the coo
tie. Una Via Pup TenLNo. 2 of
Cocoli. will leave from the Post
Home tomorrow at iz:30 p.m. for
a visit to the T. 03. Hospital in
Chorrera.' u'-rt --r.- :
For Free Dance :
Aft Air Force Combo known as
the Velvet Tones will furnish -to
night's music for dancing at the
Gen. George W. Goetbala Post
No. 3835, Veterans of r Foreign
Wars of the U.- S., located in Co Cocoli.
coli. Cocoli. y. : i;: f;'r ,'.-t:;'' ;
This free dance is for, the mem
bers and their guests.
Dies; Funeral -:
Tomorrow' At 3
'irs. Margaret Pmder died yes
terday in Santo Tomas Hospital.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow at 3 p.m. in the Gua Gua-chapali
chapali Gua-chapali Salvation Army -Church.
followed by burial inthe Pueblo
Cemetery. -v- -vj---,,-v.--.
She is survived oy ner aaugn
ter. Edna. her. grandchildren
Clifton King and Dolores Edwards,
gaily decorated miniature umbrel- in addition toa two great-grand-
REV.' EDUARDO M. GOMEZ
will hold a novena of the Mir Miraculous
aculous Miraculous Medal at St. Mary'a
Church in Balboa each day
during the coming week.
' i' ;
Body Of Murdered
Punctured By Hypo
LOS ANGELES. Nov. 30 fUP)
Discovery of an attractive
divorcee's body which apparently
had been dragged from an auto
mobile' and thrown into under
brush set off a widespread police
The woman was identified as
Mrs. Carol Ann fieputko, 22, of
South Gate, Calif., who police
said had a record as a narcotics
Homicide detectives reported
the body had the mark of a hypo
dermic puncture on the left arm-
Mrs. Berutko's purse, police said,
contained a narcotics kit. The vic victim
tim victim was clad in red pedal pushers
and a red bolero blouse.
Officers investigated the death
as a pessible homicide or as tne
result of an overdose of narcotics.
Mrs. BerUtko was the second
Woman whose body was found un under
der under similar circumstances. Two
weeks ago the body of Mrs. Mick Mick-ep
ep Mick-ep Marr, 36 ,was discovered Sev Several
eral Several miles away from the scene
of today's discoveryr It also had
a, puncture mark on the left arm.
' The victim's mother, Mrs. Gus-sla-Smith,
said, the dead, woman
had been divorced four months
ago and was the mother of two
children, Christine, 6, and Fred Fredrick,
rick, Fredrick, 4. '
' ) '' 11 1
Goes To London
''Mi"'"'' ''r -t-'; !". '. 1 :' '''v'
LONDON. Nov. 30 (VP) Swed.
ish businssman Lars Schmidt
who has squired actress Ingrid
eergman smce ncr separation
from Roberto Rossellini. arrived
nere irom ew xors today on a
"private business visit."
Asked if he would see Miss
Bergman, who is making a film
here, Schmidt smiled and said. "I
might bump into -her on the
street." v" ;
Portrait of a Teenager
As Young Social Outcast
PORTARIT r.f a teen-age girl
who is "between engagements,"
which means she has quit gouig
steady with one boy and hasn't
yet found a replacement:
I "She mopes around the house
If she wore hoop skirts, instead
of Bermuda shorts for her 'at 'at-home'
home' 'at-home' costume, you could easily
believe she might be going into
an old-fashioned decline -v
"She is suddenly dissatisfied with
her looks If she Is blonde she
wishes her hair were black If
she is a brunette" she wonders if
a bottle of peroxide wouldn't make
her over And if yo i aren't watch watchful,
ful, watchful, she might just decide to find
out. . 1 '
"She wanders around the house
on Saturday night like a lost
soul, wondering out loud what
'the kids are doing, v
"SHE piles, her school books in
front of her, turns on the radio or
her portable record player, and
stares off into space, or reads a
wmm i ; ;., -.
chapter of history through without
knowing what she is reading.
'She decides to go on a diet
ind you often catch her lookim
critically in a mirror, as though
she hates what she sees.
UinJ tliu h, liUnhnna rlno
Her voice perks up after her .list-
1... H.llnf Sh imilat lixilv IS
the telephone walking on sir
straignt lor ine iccdox nna ine
c.v aciillv. 'hit wii n-and.
so He wants, me to go to a mo-
I. t t i t A ... .A
vie Saturday nigm iAna no mai-
ta hnw miiph vnnr rnmmnn aenite
tells you that going steady is a
... . j .I,
suiy ousiness, 41 your uetmmer n
BiiHIrlan hknninMf it fhft rlOSA f)f
a 'between engagements' interlude
makes you almost hope she1 has
a new sieaay on int airing.
Thank tn tha rpirtat1 who cent
in that tesn-age portrait It will
nrnhahlv lnnlt .. f miliar : tn anv
mother of a teen-age girl.
"THE SEVENTH SIN"
Three-time Academy Award -nominee 'Eleanor Parker
plays the unfaithful wife In 'THE SEVENTH SIN," Metre
Goldwyn Mayer drama of marital Infidelity, In 1 Cinema Cinema-Scope,
Scope, Cinema-Scope, atarrlnr also Bill Travers, Georp Sanders, JFean
Pierre Aumont and Francoise Aumont STARTING ON
WEDNESDAY 4th AT THB LUX
VATICAN CITY. Nov. JO rTJP.
Vatican sources reported Adeodato
Giovanni Cardinal Piazza, -73, In
grave condition today as t here here-suit
suit here-suit of a minor paralysis Tuesday;
He took a turn for the worse vm.
Pop Pius XII sent a idcpIi!
apostolic blessing 4o the Cardinal
who is being nursed by Carmelite
fathers in his apartment
las scattered, around.
una icon m m
1 : AA5
gtves you tht joy of
4ttd trains, your bait
-to stay curltd
mm toff iiaai'n hW
. ArtnaM at H kaia
waatr raxlan rhmrmm ririt
4th of July and "J St
Ffesb as all outdoors
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Hav& jfDM ikied ; ; v
" A r,' t
; Try it tonight after Dinner
, -you like it;
' y it is a ;; :
fi We deli cious refresh 1 nc
and very DIGESTIVE DRINK
..Distriboiors: CIA. CYRXOS, S. A.--
IA 1MP0RTAD0RA SEIEGTA
takes pleasure in announcing to its
distinguished clientele the
OPENING OF ITS NEW
AND AMPLE LOCALE
situated, in front of its old store, at
No. 11-58 "H" Street
I , I
and you will be able to appreciate the new extensive stock of cloths
and plenties for automobiles and furniture, cretonnes and fine drapes'
that we have just received, and that, on account of the inaupiration of
our new locale, we are offering at such low prices that competition by
other, dealers is eliminated.
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i teams W L
'Jlaxun's 23M. 12V4
1 t (Balboa Beer 22 14
Glidden Paint 20V4 15V
J Ancon Bar Grille 19 17
i Mountain Dew 17 19
Pfaff 16 20
Cep 16 20
i Transportes Baxter 10 26
Maxim' lVfc Glidden Paint Vh
. 1 The damsels of Maxim's are
hanging on to first place by the
i J slim, margin of one and a half
. pdjnts. In the first game the Max-
Jim's maidens grabbed the game
I ? frem the Gliddens Paints which
." t i 1 T..
were not surreti up property, oy
J the. time the second game rolled
J afound the Glidden Products were
'putting out and took the game,
j With all honors even, the two
quintets battled to a stalemate in
, lire unaie.
I "Three of Maxims gals went o
' vn. the five hundred quota, Pat
iHljnter had a447. Franny Jones
, J. .j, limn wn rtoa T.nmhrm
' lambasted a 503. For the colorful
Gl"-" ns, Grace Moskowitz man man-:
: man-: asr t a 511, but i was Ania Ser Ser-'
' Ser-' ihat did the most damge to
V Cantlnflas In
"Ed BOLERO DE RAQIJEL"
s In Color!
Pedro Infante In
"Cuando Habla el Corason"
TODAY IDEAL .25-15
Frank Sinatra in
Robert Mltchum In
CAP I TOLIO
ROCK ALL NIGHT
with The Flatten
- Also: -RUN
imrft fa the leather-jacket set
-It'a lit ftatueet jrtl
VTS bodyBut j H
ia?-!S VSl5ii !&kIW -3:-ar"
1.4 Al H 1 1 A IIUIU 1 ii nl 1 rulUillI fl In I I neWW
Maxim's with her 496 and
565 handicap set.
Balboa Beer 2 Baxters 1
The surprise team oft he league
is staying" up in the league stand
ing and is determined to give the
Maxim s a run tor the crown
Four of Balboa Brewerettes, went
over the five hundred mark and
normally should have swept the
series, but in the middle game
they slipped and Baxter's took
The quartet that went to town
for the Balboa Beers were Ber-
nice Roberts 519, Kathy Nichols
542, Ruth Daniel 547 and "B-J"
Nelsen 502. Baxter's team also
rolled well, because four of their
gals also went over the five hun hundred
dred hundred but lady lucli just did not
favor them. Rose GilleOn gather gathered
ed gathered 509, Tex Wray whacked a 502,
Helen Mingen netted 501 and
Anne Simish totaled 537.
Pfaiff 2 Ancon Grille-Bar 1
The Plan sewing circle gave
the Ancon Grille a severe jolt by
taking the odd point. With lead
ing team splitting, this gave the
Barmaids the opportunity to climb
up in the race, but the Pfaffs had
other ideas, Susie Christiansen,
Dotte Hayman, Marge Rodgers
and Ruthie Nunes just ganged up
on the Bar Maids from Ti v o 1 i
Only Pearl Simrns was nice to
the Ancon mannequins. Susie
smacked 551, Dot 542, Marge 500,
Ruth 558. A trio of the Ancon Bar
Grille Girls, Liz Buxton busted
515, Polly Blaney bunged a 511,
and Betty Coleman collected 504.
Mountain Dtw 3 Cop 0
The Copa Airlines were off
schedule, and a result the Moun
tain Dews took advantage of the
situation and captured three big
points for a clean sweep of the
El Ultimo Cuple
with Sarlta Montiel
with Van Johnson
MAN IS TEN
ft II I lll Wlll i
TODAY MIDNIGHT SH6WI
Of JOH7 PATNK in
, 11. -00 p.m. "ALASKA SEAS'V
V it VI I
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PLENTY OF PULL Surf
casting at Cape Hatteras,
Amelia Ballance caught this
unofficial, world all-tackle rec-:
ord channel bass to be landed
by a woman. The fish, almost
as big as the Buxton, N.C.,
angler, weighed 63 pounds and 1
was 52 inches from tip to tail.
An 80 hook was baited with
fresh mullet on a 36-pound
test nylon line and 10 rod: (
series. In celebrating tneir victo victory,
ry, victory, the Dew Drops found their
sponsors product just tne rigm
Three Dew Drops carried the
burden up the Mountain, Murrell
Mitcheson 523, Joanne Doyle 514
and Maree Hicks 518. The only
Copa plane to get off the ground
above the 500 mark was Jean
Hume with 508.
The Spider Retnrni
! Prince of Pirates
with John Derek
with R. Montgomery
This kid'll kill you!
(You'll die laughing!)
He'i hlUrioue m tht comedy
Idnc of the blackbeatd hmcM
LEFT CROSS Missing wth a left cross, which was meant for the jaw of Army Atlantic's
Lawrence Long, is' Fort Kobbe's Bobby Brooks. The action took place in last Saturday night's
Panama Area Armed Forces League welterwei ght championship bout. Brooks took the title
by a decision in one of the card's better bouts. 1 (U.S. Army Photo)
Marciano Lines Up Ten
Dates as Fight Referee
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK. Nov. 29 (UP)
Sports of all sorts:
Kocky Marciano already nas
lined up 10 dates as a fight ref
eree next year . some ciose iq
the ex-champ hope or fear it s a
steD leading to a comeback.
Jim Lee Howell ot me ew
York football Giants rates his own
Frank Gifford, Hugh McElhenny
of the Forty-Niners and Ollie
Matson of the Cardinals the three
hest backs in the National Foot
ball League . "Matson," i a 1 d
Jim. "scored four touchdowns
against us this year ana we re
happy the Cleveland Browns have
to handle him this Sunday."
Carmen Basilio has incorporat
ed himself since becoming mid middleweight
dleweight middleweight champ ... He now' is
"Carmen Basilio Enterprises" but
as president he will continue to
do the fighting.
Cooper's Daughter Place
Walker Cooper's daughter, Sara
Ann, finished third in the National
Roller Skating Queen Contest at
Miami Beach, Fla. . Winner was
Joan Zazula of Rahway, N.J.,
who made the rounds with Mi Miami's
ami's Miami's football captain down there
t tended with Genla
$ Mellowed ufithAg
TViEST SCOTCH WUIStf
xirsss IF I
end Tony Scotyi of
Wake Forest needs a victory
over South Carolina Saturday to
avert its worst season in history
. . The Deacons are 0-9 for this
season and still can't quite under understand
stand understand how Clemson rocked 'em for
two touchdowns in the final 90
seconds last week to win, 13 6.
Jack LaVelle, scout for the foot
ball Giants,, has a t huge respect
for the jumping ability of San
Francisco's rookie pass catching
end, R. C. Owens . On some ot
his leaps against the Lions at De
troit he went so high he looked
us folks in the press box right in
the eye, Laveiie insists.
5 Sleuth' Tracking Talent
The world champion (Braves
have a former detective on the
trail of future baseball stars
He's scout Joe Torre, father of
first baseman Frank Torre, and a
retired New York City gumshoe.
Bill (Moose) Skowron of the
Yankees, who has been spending
recent off-season time working at
Austin, Minn,, switched to 'New
York this winter . He's looking
for a post-baseball career but says
it's not exactly urgent at the -mo
ment . The bad back that laid
him up during the World Series
apparently has mended okay.
BaMayers who compete In the
annual Baseball Golf Tournament
at Miami Beach will find the go going
ing going easier on their winter lazy
legs, next February -. There'll be
only one round per day instead of
the usual two . Players request requested
ed requested same.
Johnny Terpak Jr., Penn half halfback,
back, halfback, is the son of Johnny Sr.,
who won the world middleweight
weight-lifting crown a few seasons
back . Pop was assistant coach
of the victorious U.S. Olympic
lifting team in '56.
Lew Fonseca, movie promotion
man for baseball, reports he has
his best feature yet coming up
this winter . World Series high highlights
lights highlights from way back when up to
Dressing Room Play
Puis Detroit Lions
Back In NFL Race
DETROIT (UP) A dressing
room play that worked for a 62
yard touchdown and the oldest
player on the squad hare the De
troit Lions back in contention to
day for the National Football
League's Western Division title.
"We talked over about five plays
during the half," said Lion Coach
George Wilson who admitted he
was a "little" mad after Detroit
muffed four first half drives with
fumbles and pass interceptions.
One of the five plays resulted
in tne only touc&aown of the game
and the oldest man '33-yearold
Jim Martin, kicked three field
goals' as the Lions' whipped the
Green Bay, Packers, 186, in a na nationally'
tionally' nationally' televised mud battle at
Briggt Stadium. It was the NFL's
only game. -.
The touchdown, which came on
Detroit's first play from scrim
mage in the second half, had
quarterback Tobin Rote faking a
pitcbout to Gent) Gecmen and then
handing ff te John Henry John
son who burst through a gaping
bole at right guard and pounded to
the end zone. untouched after
reaching the 50. :
The victory put the Lions a half
game-behind the' division leading
Baltimore Colts who have three
games left to Detroit's two. The
Colts face Los Angeles twice and
the Forty Niners at San Francis-
Browns and the (Bears at Chicago.
Jack Mitchell Owns
Grid Coaching Job
He Always Wanted
LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP) Jack
Mitchell; a youthful Kansas native
whose 1957 Thanksgiving produced
a dream come true, toflay owned
the coaching job he wanted most
less than 10 years after, his Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma graduation.
The fast-rising Mitchell was
named early Thursday to replace
Charles V. (Chuck) Mather at the
Kansas Jayhawk football helm.
Mitchell, who broke a new 10-year
contract at Arkansas to come
here, was signedf or five years
at the same $15,000 annually he
had earned, at Fayetteville, Ark.
. Mather, who made $11,000 an
nually, resigned with',five assist
ants Oct. 30 after a midnight
meeting in which the group dead'
ed "we cannot solve the Kansas
football problem. Subsequently.
the team responded with four
straight victories to earn the Big
Eight runnerup berth to Oklaho Oklahoma.
ma. Oklahoma. Overall, Kansas was 5 4-1 and
Mather's record lor four years
Mitchell, whose Razorbacks
completed a 6-4 season last week.
said 'Kansas offers the only
cgachlng position which would lure
me irom Arkansas. My wife,
Jeanne and I were born in Kan
sas, taised in Kansas and plan to
live out our lives there. I feel very
fortunate to have the opportunity
to follow coachmg in my native
The 32-year-old 1946-47-48 Okla
homa quarterback great said he
would bring five assistants to Kan
sas including in my native state."
The 32year-old 1946-47-48 Okla
homa quarterback great said he
would bring five assistants to Kan Kansas
sas Kansas including George Bernhardt,
Dixie White, Bill Pace, Steve
.White and Gene Corrotto.' Only
veteran Wayne Replogle will, re
main from Slather's staff;
BALBOA Id S:St
. fiebonh Kerr
"AN AFFAIR TO
"war and rucr
. Terry Moore'
"BERNARD IN C
MARGARITA :II, IM
(--, Audie Murphy
":' Gears Wader
WOTS OT THIS
. :1S Si
CAMP BIERD: '" S IS tS
"HOLD BACK "THR NIGHT" am
T "WOMAN WITH MO KAMT
-W,.- 1S mlr .... ., ,
j ; Panama Professional League officials complet
ed inauguration plans today for the 13th baseball
season which gets underway tomorrow night at 8
o'clock at the Olympic Stadium with a gaine between
the champion; Cerveza Balboa team and runnerup 1:
As is customary, president Er
nesto de la Guardla Jr. will open
the 1957-58 campaign by throw
Ing out the first ball from the
mouna aner Drier pre-game cer ceremonies,
emonies, ceremonies, v
RlgM hander Winston thrown,
who pitched for Boise, Class C
Pioneer Leagae last summer,
has been named by. Balboa
catcher-manager Leon Kell Kell-man
man Kell-man to oppose right t hander
Alberto (Mama Vila) Osorio, A1-.
buqaerque, Class A' Western
League, who was given the
starting assignment by Ches Chesterfield
terfield Chesterfield 'pilot Stanford Gra Graham.
ham. Graham. The Beermen defeated Ches
terfield by one game to cop the
1956-57 pennant. Kellman is the
perennial skipper of the champs
but Graham win be back as tne
Smoker field general after being
out of uniform for two complete
Graham,' who also serves his
club as general manager, resign
ed as pilot during the 1954-55
season, "for the : good of the
team," when the Smokers were
going through a prolonged
Veteran lnfielder Frank Aus
tin, at that time a star shortstop,
but now a coach-utlllty player
witn tne smokers, took over tne
helm for the rest of the season
and led the team to .a second
place finish behind Carta Vleja.
Andy Cohen recently fired pi pilot
lot pilot of Indianapolis, Class AAA
American Association, managed
the smokers last season. Joe
Nachio steered the Carlos, Eleta Eleta-owned
owned Eleta-owned squad to a thrilling, sud sudden
den sudden death playoff victory over
the Beermen in 1955-56 after the
Smokers had come from behind
to tie up with Balboa in the last
game of, the campaign.
Nachio, who is Central Amer America,
ica, America, scout for the Kansas city
Athletics, Is prominent ia the
Pro Loop picture again, this
tune as co-owner and general
manager of the Carta Vleja
Yankees, the third team In the'
Actually, everyonsv concerned
owes .It to Joe that Panama will
have a league in operation this
A crisis arose when the Colon
group which owned the Yankees
last season, gave up the fran franchise.
chise. franchise. After negotiations to have
Pro League's 1957-58
Sunday, Dec. 1: Chesterfield vs
Monday. Dee. 2: Open date.
Tuesday, Dec. S: Cervesa Bal
boa vs Carta Viela.
Wednesday, Dee. 4: Open date.
Thursday, Dee. S: Carts Vleja
Friday, Dee. 4: Cervesa Balboa
Saturday, Dee. 7: Open date.
Sunday, -Dee. 8: Cervesa Bal
boa vs. Carta Vleja.
Monday. Dee. : Oven date.
Tuesday; Dee. 10, Chesterfield
vs Carta Vleja.
Wednesday, Dee. lit Chester Chesterfield
field Chesterfield vs Cervesa Balboa.
Thursday. Dee. 12: Open date.
Friday, Dee. 13: Carts Vleja vs
. Saturday. Dec 14: Oven date.
. Sunday;- Dee. 15: Carts Vleja
vs Chesterfield.' -Monday,
Dec. 16: Open date-'
; Tuesday. D" 1: rvess Bal
boa vs Carts Vleja (J). ; V
Wednesday, Dec. 18: Cervesa
Balboa vs Chesterfield. .-. v
Thursday. Dee. 19: Open date,
Friday, Dee. 20: Carts Vle vs
Chesterfield (2). : t
Saturday. Dee. 21: Open date
Sunday, Dee. 22: Cervesa Bal
boa vs Chesterfield.
Monday, Dee. 23: Chesterfield
vs Cervesa, Balboa.
Tuesday. Dee. 24: Open date.
Wednesday, Dee. 25: Open date.
Thursday, Dee. 26: Open date.
Friday; Dec 27: carts Vlejs vs
, Bwtarday, Dee, 22: Open date.
. Sunday, Dee. 29: Chesterfield
VS Carta Vleja. r
. Monday, Dee. SO: Chesterfield
vs Carta Vleja.
i Tuesday, Dec 21: Open date.
-" jAJftJABY ,
Wednesday. Jan. 1: Carta Vle
ja vs Chesterfield.
- Thursday Jan. 2 Carta Vleja vs
Friday, Jan. 3: Chesterfield vs
Cervesa Balnea 2)
Saturday, Jan. 4: Open date.
Sunday, Jan. (: Carta Vleja vs
Cervesa Balboa, (la Colon)
Monday, Jan. 6: Open date.
the i Detroit j'tlgerilace'a'-fsjrm'r
team In the loop fell through,
things looked di&ck inaeea
But Nachio saved the situa-
t!on,-and the circuit, by getting
former Pro Loop owner Eric
Delvalle to Join him in taking
over the Yankees. Joe went. to
the U.S. in late October to. line
up his team, whlcn consists
mainly or KC rarmnanas. r
Receiver Billy Shanta will be
Yankee pilot for ; the Becond Becond-stralght
stralght Becond-stralght season. .Jtf-V-."'"
Pre-season favorite to eop
the flag, are the defending
champions, who apart -; from
having such local stalwarts as
Kansas City lnfielder Hector
Lopez and Cleveland.' hopeful
Clarence Moore on Its roster,
are reinforced with good U.S,
talent from the high minors.
Hard-hitting outfielder- Floyd
Robinson, San Diego, Open Clas Classification
sification Classification pacific coast League;'
fly chaser Billy Shields. Amari-
llo, Class A Western League: nd
Dave Benedict,, who pitched for
Louisville, Class AAA American
Association, last summer, are
three of the five lmoorts who
will don Balboa uniforms.
The Smokers, who are concen
trating on the development, of
native prospects, plan to use
olv three v foreigner' two
pitchers and an outfielder.
Lefty Tom O'Riley and right
hander Jim DePala, both of Den-.
ver. Class AAA American Asso
ciation, are already here, ?
Local "big guys" of the Smok
era Include .lnfielder Clyde par par-rls,
rls, par-rls, Montreal, Class AAA inter international
national international League; outfielder Bob Bobby
by Bobby Prescott. Minneapolis; class
AAA American Association' end
pdtcher Humberto Robinson, To Toronto.
ronto. Toronto. Class AAA International
League'. ,'i t-'KJ'ff.
The Sl-same schedule will end
on Feb. 4. With the exception of
four contests at Colon stadium
tie annual Chesterfield Chesterfield-Carta
Carta Chesterfield-Carta Vleja clash at David.
activity will be at the Panarfcr
The stadium gates will be
open from 4:30 tomorrow aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, r Prices for tickets,'
which went on sale, yesterday
at the office of the stadium,
are for the bleachers, 50 eents;
children, 25 eents; covered
stand, 75 cents, and box seats,
Tuesday, Jan. 7:
vs Carts Vleja (2)
Wednesday, Jan. I:
Balboa vs Carts Vleja.
Thursday, Jan. 9: Open date.
Friday, Jan. 10: Chesterfield
vs Cerve Balboa 2). :
Saturday, Jan. 11: Open date.!
Sunday, Jan. 12, Cervesa Bal Balboa
boa Balboa vs Chesterfield (in Colon)
Monday, Jan. 13: Open date.
Tuesday Jan. 14: Cervess Bal Balboa
boa Balboa vs Carta Vleja (2),
Wedensday, Jan. 15: Carts
Vleja vs Chesterfield.
: Thursday, Jan. 16: Open date.
- Friday. Jan. 17: Carves. Hal-
boa vs Chesterfield (2).
Saturday, Jan. IS: Open fats.
Sunday. Jan. 19: Chesterfield
vs Carita VlJa (in David)
monoay, jan. 20, Open date.
Tuesday. Jan. 21. Cervesa al.
boa vs Carta Vleja (2) ;
Wednesday. Jan. 22. Rerveia
Balboa vs Chesterfield. ..
Thursdav, Jan. 23: Open date.
Friday. Jan. 24: Carta Vfeta m
Chesterfield 2 '. a,-,r'r-,
Saturday, Jan. 25: Open ste.
Sunday. Jan. 26: Carta Vie la
vs Cervesa Balboa.
Monday,. Jan. 27: Open date.
Tuesday. Jan. 26:-Cervesa Ral-
boa vs Chf.erf-Vl (2V.- ; V ; ;
Wednesday. Jan. 29 ririi
Vleja vs Cervesa Balboa. ;
Thursday, Jan. 30: Open date.
Friday. Jan. 31: Carta Viet vs
Cervesa Balboa (2). ; W
. Saturday, Feb. 1: Open date. ;
sundav: Feb. t; r5ixirtmA mm
una viejs.. ,
Monday, Feb. 3: Chesterfield
vs Carta Vleja (2).
Tuesday, Feb. 4? Chesterfield
vs CermaBaJbev s u
SOTE: . .. :
L SingW games wtO start -at I
Pn. first week ef season, at 7:30
2. DouMeheaden win berln at
P-RS- ' ... - .
3. Afterneon rasttes win eem-
snenee at 3:30 sun.
4. colon games win start at
0:30 aja. .
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I rA'-rLrvVZGETmk I 1 I TlvowX yT STtCKY- tHUHCEROUSK iJI)
$100 Bettors Thought Smarter
Than Those Who Wager Deuce
ly OSCAR PRALIY
NKW YOBKjUP)- Clothes do
not necessarily maxe the man and
if you frequent the $100 window
at the race track chances are you
are .smarter than the guy who
bets a deuce. J
These are among the observa1
tions of Samuel Carl Coakley, arid
he should know. Because coakley
a sent addicted to double-breasted
suits'-which ttive him the air of a
bank" president, has been manning
the, J100 window, at r imuco race
course for 15 years c
Coiklev's observations on sarto
rial substance and the superior
sagacity of a gent who bets a C C-ote
ote C-ote have solid foundation.
"One of my patrons is what you
might call rather poorly dressed,"
Coakley observes. "But I cannot
sayithat thii is significant be.
caum there was one i n s t a n c e
where' this fellow' carried $10,000
worth? ftf winning tickets around in
his side coat pockety lor a weeK
because he was so busy doping the
' next Slice he never got around to
eashing; them."' f ;
HARD TO CONTRADICT
Anent- the theory fhat $100 bet bettors;
tors; bettors; are smarter folks, Coakley
says out and out that "they must
be just a bit smarter than the average-player."
Hue feelin is that they must be
in the mere fact that they are fi financially'
nancially' financially' ables to stroll up to the
SlOO-window, and it's a supposition
which 5 ht difficult to-contradict.
"Usiiallv. your $100 bettor is a
good- student of form and has fig figured,
ured, figured, a ,yrace well before betting,"
he sys,vtK,'Oh the other hand, J
if J those who wager smaller amounts!
'V are- meiylta". be hunch .players.
thosft h'o'ibUow ccrtal jockeys
Hke iiames M horses or merely go
y Now with or without filter
: Relax.. The next act will be better. .. Meanwhile, why
. not Wgii up a soothing Kopl Here's a cigarette tiiat's just' -'
packed with smokiiig pleasure . ."That's because Kools are
made with the world's finest tobaccos plus refreshing
menthol.. ; ' '
And Kools are now available with or without filter!
They're fresher, too, because they're made right here
for the price 'in an effort to get
rich qulSk. .v;wf;.v-
"There is, he'll admit, closer
communication of spirit between
the custodian of the gilt-edged $.10
window, and the more plushy cus customers
tomers customers than those who inhabit the
lig Laser Hopeful
"Once a man het $25,000 on a
horse with me," Cuckiey recalls.
"The, horse ran out cf the money.
The bettor dropped back to Coak
ley's window and told him consol
ingly: 'Don't feel b-dly. ru be aU
Personally, I find it rather mys'
tifying as to why Coakley should
nave felt bad, or why the guy
should have thought he would. I'd
have been out buying a straight
razor, But Coakley gives them the
feeling of being interested. N
He also recalls a little old lady.
wearing a shawl and. looking
something like Whistler's mother
without a rocking chair, who
plunked down $7,500 to show on
Native -Dancer in 1953. She got
back -.98,261. v
"I was very happy and relieved
for her,", he says.
Which shows, in a way, anynow;
that race tracks do have hearts
after all. -
IRISH STAR DOUiTfW
SOUTH END. Ind. TUP)
Dick Lynch, Notre Dame's lead lead-ing
ing lead-ing scorer and pass receiver, is
listed today as a doubtful partici participant
pant participant in Saturday's game with
Southern California. Lynch is suf
fering, with, a sprained, ankle a
souvenir from the. Iowa defeat
the PDaTniu ityi:
rt iret hot .
Archie Moore Gains
In NohrTitle Boufr
4 PORTXAND, Ore., Nov. JO-
CUP) "l envy that boya legs,"
Archie Moore said thoughtfully.
He had Just scored a knockout
over Roger- Rlscher, of Oakland,
CaUf.,, ; in '1:12 seconds of the
fourth round in a non-title bout
in Portland Auditorium last
The light-heavy weight cham champion
pion champion referred toRIscher's. weave
and dance throughout the first
three rounds before Moore final
ly cornered him nd threw the
only solid punch of the fight,
hischer. eieht sounds lighter
than- the ageless champ, dodged
out of range and allowed only
three good punches, all to the
body. But Moore caught -him
with a fast left hook on the side
of the head and, slammed him
to the canvass r
Sports Editor Cited
For Service To Grid
? NEW YORK (UP). The Nation
al Football Foundation and Hall of
Fame today cited Chester L.
Smith, sports editor oft he Pitts
burgh Press, for "his distinguished
service to amateur lootbau."
The award, announced by Ches
ter 'J. iisrocne, presioent on ne
foundation, will be presented to
Smith on Dec. 1 at the annual
meeting of the Curbstone Coaches
The. citation was for Smith's
of unwarranted criticism of the
game of football and his many
contributions of sports wr i t ing
wux:n..have fostered recognition
and understanding of amateur
football by the public."
South, Midwest Dominate
By BOB DODOR
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. (UP)
The South and Midwest, each with
three players, dominated the 1957
A'lAmerican football team select
u Friday by the American, Foot Foot-bdll
bdll Foot-bdll Coaches Assh;
"The coaches chose as the finest
olayers at their positions this sea season:
son: season: S
..ENDS Jim Phillips, Auburn
and Dick Wallen UCLA.'
TACKLES Iou Michaels, Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky and Bob Reifsnyder, Navy.
GUARDS Aurelius Thomas,
Ohio State and' Jack Simpson.
.CENTER Dan Currie, Michi
QUARTERBACK King Hill.
HALFBACKS John Crow, Tex
as AaM. and Clendon Thomas.
FULLBACK Walt Kowalczyk,
Ill Coaches Vote
Bailors were cast by 511 mem
bers of the association, including
PHILADELPHIA If college
football players are to be nirea
sod paid, same as the pros, aa
recommended by Ohio State f a-
promptly occurred that Berl (Bell
was the one to'eonsult for prac
tical 1 enlightenment.
As president of the. National
Football League, the old Penn qu
terback. Who still wears Us chool
tie with sentimental pride, would
know ss much about this as any anybody
body anybody in the country. ,
Not surprisingly, bias initial re
action was one of distress..- "When
you reach a point where you have
to pay a boy to play college foot football
ball football pou might as well abandon
the sport altogether. It is an ad
mission tnat nenner me scnooi nor
the sport has anything o offer
There ass full agreemen on the
part of nis visitor... "But let's
say it eventually does come to
this. How vQuld Nthe colleges go
about it?. On what basis, for ins instance,
tance, instance, would they arrive at equit equitable
able equitable salaries?"
It was plain the old Penn had
no enthusiasm for the subject.
No one would know better than
he that college players ue help
ed in one way or another ana,
up to a point, this is all right
who mm... .iiwuuoy muei
lit- t-l l 3.. 1
greater sacrifice In time and effort
than the college football player."
Agreed. But that wasn't an answering
swering answering the question.
Mr. Bell siehed. "Well, if the col
leges used our '57 payscale as a
base the average salarp would be
$9200, the club aggregate S325,
000. Maybe the colleges could do
much better. I note sports at
Ohio State is a 12 million enter
prise. None of the pro clubs
come anywnere near mai usure.
The pay scale in pro football
is not uniform. As a group the
uarterbacks draw the most subs
tantial checks. Next the halfbacks
and fullbacks. then the ends.
Tackles, guards and centers are
lowest paid. 11
Here is how it breaks down:
Top quarterbacks run from $!,
000 to 121,000. Halves ana xuus,
$12,000 to $14,000; ends, $11,000
to .12,000; tackles guards' and
centers, 10,000. A
Grahm Set Record
"I suppose the college pros"...
. I. ill
All r America Team
the 35 outstanding coaches who
make up the United Press, foot football
ball football rating board. The grid tutors
based their picks on what they
saw for hemselves on the play playing
ing playing fields,, on ; scouting reports,
and on reviews of moyles of key
games played .through Saturday,
Nov, 23. V- ;
Currie, whose hard tackling. and
brilliant blocking have spearhead spearheaded
ed spearheaded Michigan State's drive to the
No, 2 spot among the nation's
teams, was their choice as the
ft'itstanding individual player of
. ine team picked by the coaches
is the 68th All America in the
tradition originated by Walter
Camp in 1889. The team was
popularized for more than half a
century w collier magazine and.
since that magazine suspended
publication last December, has
been sponsored by General Mills,
"n a nnh he sprvirn tn sc.
sure the continuation of the Camp
The United Press was selected
Mr. Bell reddened as though he
had uttered an evil word.,
"would adopt a similar scale. Th
would doubtless be a great vdeal
of bidding, with rich bonuses for
exceptional high school stars. Al
there would have to be Naddition-(
ai uunuses ior unusual penorm penorm-ances."
ances." penorm-ances." Mr. Bell revealed many of -the
pro pros sign contracts which pro-.
viae extra emoluments based on
the number of minutes played,
yards gained, passes caught, pass passes
es passes completed And passes inter intercepted.
cepted. intercepted. "Colleges that when it for this
sort of thing would find it very,
very expensive," growled Mr. Bell.
Then, under his breath. "And it
would serve them good and prop
Mr. Bell declined to so into de
tails as to individual salaries but
did admit -Otto Graham of the
Cleveland Browns, now retired
holds the record... "To get him
to play one more year thep paid
him szs.ooo. ... in his day Sammy
Baugh of the Washington Red.
skins was highest paid at $12,-
000 to $15,000.
Both .Graham and Baueh were
quarterbacks. They got the big
money as do their counterparts
of today. Mr. Bell's payroll figures
make one thing clear and sure:
In pro. football the most import important
ant important man on the field is the quart quarterback,
erback, quarterback, v
For Whom the Bell...
Ai a quarterback at Penn, Mr.
Bell still remembers with wry nos nostalgia
talgia nostalgia a frightful dap he had
against Swarthmore... "When I
did everything wrong and the
coach told met o go away for a
day or so and try to forget."
Mr. Bell headed for Atlantic
v City. In the smoker a fellow
traveler who had seen the game
struck up a conversation... "That
Bell. What a bum! If his old man
wasn't a trustee of the school he
bad never be in uniform."
At journey's end, the irste gent
introduced himself... "I'm Jim
Green."... The disconsolate quart
erback took his hand... "I'm Bert
"I never law a fellow take off
so quickly," laughed the pros'
boss man. 1 doibt that it was
fear. More likely he had already
seen too much of me for one
as the sole distributing' agent of
tne coacnes team.
8-Mart Committee Sucnrvlses
The voting was supervised by a
committee cf eight noted coaches;
George (Lefty- James.' Cornell:
Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma; Duffy
uaugneny, Micnigan btate; Bob
by Dodd, Georgia Tech: Red San
ders, UCLA; Jess Neely,. Rice;
Andy Gustafson. Miami (Fla.-,
and-Ray Hot,' Illinois.
The team this year is com
posed of three players each from
the Midwest and. South, two from
the Southwest, and one each from
tne cast, r ar west, ana Mia
Honorable mention was given
oy me coacnes to:
Ends Jim Gibbons, Iowa; Fred
Dugan, Dayton, Los Walt e r s,
Fenn state; Sam Williams, Mich
lean Mate. i
Tackles Alex Karras. Iowa:
Charlie Kreuger, Texas AaM;
Gene Hickcrson, 'Mississippi; Tom
Topping, Dulse; Ben Preston, Au
Guards Al Ecuyer. Notre
Dame; Bill Johnson. Tennessee;
Jonn wooten, Colorado;, George
Centers Don Stephenson. Geor
gia Tech; Charley Breuckman,
man, Pittsburgh; Bob Harrison,
Quarterbacks Dan Nolan, Le
high; Bobby Cox, Minnesota; Lee
orosscup, Utah; Tom Greene, Ho Holy
ly Holy Cross.
..Halfbacks Jim Pace. Michi
gan; Bob Mulgado, Arizona
(Tcmpe) State: Jim Shanley. Ore
ard Lyles, Louisvi'.ie; Dick Chris
ty, .North Carolina state.
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Pennsylvania 14 Cornell 6 ; i :
Chattanooga 7 Memphis State 0
Virginia St. 40 Morgan St. 14
VMI 14.VPI 6
Richmond 12 William a Mary 7
Miami (Ohio) 20 Cincinnati 14
Texas 9 Texas AIM 7 ?
Hat;d-Sims 29 New Mrx. ; A&1& 20
Dcnucr 14 Wyoming 13 r- f
Utah 21 Utah State 6 ";
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FURTHER INFORAIATION APPLY
Macaws To Hold
Manager Pete Corrigan ot
the Macaws of the FastUch
League requests all the mem
. beri.vf tbv team to be oil
hand !or prftetiee aession
Monday on the field near the
Balboa railroad station.
The worKout is scheduled til
begin at 4 p.m.
NO LUCK AT ALL
Durham, N. C. (NBA) -Duke'i
nine football seniors will be erad
uated without having been on a
tejn uiat beat ticorgi Teen,
; with Kools
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THIS SPACE IS-FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE, 2-0740
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Resorts jl Apartments
PHILLIP! Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara, tea WO Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, K. do P. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-173.
SHAPNEL'S furnished homes, on
beach. Phone Thopmsen, Balboa
FOSTER'S Cottages ard Lrte
Beach HouM. Ona mile past the
Casino. Phon Balboa 1866.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE:--'
Beautiful chalet, two bedrooms.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
garage, playground; conveniently
located $85.00. Phone: Balboa
FOR RENT? Clean comfortable
reams, maid's aarvice I Street
11-31 apposite Tropical Theatre.
FOR RENT. Locale for office
across from Hotel Panama-Hilton
in "Glerfela" building. AlreondS AlreondS-tioning
tioning AlreondS-tioning and lamp available
cheap. Please inquire next door
at Fete Haleaa. Call 3-6082 ar
FOR RENT: For business or of offices
fices offices an 4th af July Ave. Na. 1 9,
six reams, two baths, large porch
and a display window. Phone 2 2-0335
0335 2-0335 ar 2-1083.
Killed By Tower
Falling After Fire
MAIDSTONE, England, Nor. 30
(UP) A 100-foot chimney tower
collapse on firemen, guards and
inmates of Oakwood Mental Hos
pital today shortly after they had
put out the third firt in a week
at tha, instiuion.
f Sevan hours afer the disaster,
rescuers listed six persons dead
and at least two missing. Fifteen
injured had been dug from the
tons of shattered masonry. The
dead included three firemen and
three hospital workers.
Kent fire brigade members had
extinguished the blaze and were
cleaning up debris when the com combination
bination combination chimney and ventilator
shaft weighing and estimated 250
tons plunged through the partial-.
ly burned roof of a shop wing.
Four USARCARIB Officers Get
Nod To Finish College Course
Department of the Army ap approval
proval approval has been granted to four
.officers from U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean to complete residence col college
lege college courses required for the bac baccalaureate
calaureate baccalaureate degree under the "fi "final
nal "final smester plan."
;The officers, including one
fnom U.S. Army Antilles and Mi Military
litary Military District of Puerto Rico, will
attend Florida State University
daring the spring semester star staring
ing staring next February.
Those completing residence
study at Florida State and their
chosen fields will be: Maj. Frank
N. Roig, G3, USARCARIB and
MDPR, bachelor of science in psy psychology;
chology; psychology; Maj. David L. Cantor,
G-3, Headquarters USARCARIB,
and Maj. Jenis C. McMillan, Quart Quartermaster
ermaster Quartermaster Office, USARCARIB, ba bachelor
chelor bachelor of science in social science,
aftd 1st Lt. Francis B. Plencner:
ot CFN, bachelor of science in1
' Two others will receive their
degrees from Louisiana State
Univoriity as a result of over overseas
seas overseas study with Florida State
and Louisiana Stae. Capt. Ste
phen F. Oortelan, Finance CT
fice, Coroial, will receive his I
degree as a bachelor ot science
V. f "-r rre as a trrrrUnf rr of this
'Um bJi, aa vt4 as a Uibt dessert milk fmit mllrf 4iaer.
ATTENTION, a I.I Joe soft
asedera forersbad aoertaearta, I,
2 Mimm, bat. aoU
Phono Panama 1-4941.
FOR RENT : Beautifully deco decorated
rated decorated apartment, i bedrooms,
completely furnished. Informa Information
tion Information calle 3-0581 from 5-7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, 2 badroomt,
porch, Venetian blind, garage,
linen, China glassware. Exclusive
retidential taction. Bella Vitta.
Telephone Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT: Two ana-bedroom
apartments, furnished, la cool
quiet location. Near Hotel Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. For Gl's or bachelor. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable rent. Call Gamboa 462.
FOR RENT: Furnished modern
apartment, near bus line, $70.
Via Porras 114 San Francisce.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, very cool, one bedroom.
Hot water. Perryhill, 2dn street
No. 11. Tel. 3-2694 or 3-0533.
FOR RENT- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom. El Sol build building
ing building 4 of July Av. Juan B. Sosa
FOR RENT: New apartment
three bedroom, chalet style, all
af top floor, hot water and many
conveniences. Another very large,
two bedrooms. Low prices. See it
at Mexico Ave. No. 69, near
Maria Inmaculada College. 8 to
FOR RENT: 2 bodrtam apart apartment,
ment, apartment, ventilated, ground floor,
Gl Inspected. Furnished, reason reasonable
able reasonable price, $80.00. Phone 3 3-2411.
2411. 3-2411. osi do Fobrcea Avenue
No. 16, Pasadena.
FOR RENT. 3 -bedroom ar 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom apartments 2-bath-rooms,
large dining and living living-room,
room, living-room, separate maid's room with
bath, garage, hot water, small
"Patio," furnished or unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, in high cool locality, all
screened, in El Cangrejo. Tele Telephone:
phone: Telephone: Office hours 2-0321,
after office hours 3-7708.
FOR RENT: $50.00, furnished
apartment. North American
neighbors, comfortable. Via Es Es-pafca,
pafca, Es-pafca, 82nd street No. 48. Phono
FOR RENT: Furnished ana bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment aver Panama
monthly. Tel. Balboa 2870.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, one bedroom, call 3-2737.
$60 back of SAS.
FOR RENT. Furnished 2 bed bed-bedroom
bedroom bed-bedroom apartment, maid'
room ejaraoa. near Hotel Panami.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, stove, refrigerator. Bella
Vista 43 street No. 64.
in social sclancn In January.
Lt. Cel. Sivestre Ortiz, G i,
Headquarters USARCARIB, will
attend LSU during tha 1958
summer session tc complete
work for his baccalaureate de degree
gree degree in political science.
All have attended off duty
classes in the Canal Zone pro pro-grmas
grmas pro-grmas offered by Florida State
The final semester plan was
established by the Department of
the Army to enable selected of officers
ficers officers to satisfy the traditional re residence
sidence residence requiremens for the bac baccalaureate
calaureate baccalaureate degree given by ac accredited
credited accredited civilian colleges and
To be eligible, an applicant muut
be a Regular or Reserve com commissioned
missioned commissioned officer wiln a minimum
of three years continuous active
service. Officers must be able
to complete four years of service
after receiving a degree, and nor normally
mally normally must not have more than
15 years service for' retirement
An oihcer must agree to pay
all matriculation, tuition and
book fees, as he will only receive
his regular pay and allowances;
while attending school.
I "a NV
lmts rums ad with ONi np mm
BAKDONe. IS "BT BtraaS a
CABMACIA LUX 114 Central
VAN-DER-JIBM-ae Blreet No. IS PARMACIA EL BATURBO Fatar Mfeys
Ukt Mia Vista Theatre. COLON: Central A venae IJUS5 Tat. S
FOR SALI: 1950 Oldimobile,
convertible $150.00 down. Will
finance, Balboa 3050.
FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet 2 2-door
door 2-door sedan, two tone, 5 neV
tires, excellent condition
throughout. Must be sean to be
appreciated. Asking $875 but
will accept best offer. Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office, 2-2731.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford V-S
station wagon 9 pass. Reg. drive.
Must be sold by bid. Call France
Field 08-765. Bldg. 21.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955, duty "paid. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Panama 3 3-6105.
6105. 3-6105. FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina Star Chief 4 door with
hydramatic, power steering,
power windows, radio. Excellent
condition. Call Gamboa 757.
FOR SALE: 1953 Singer
roadster new paint, tires, ton ton-neau
neau ton-neau cover, excellent condition.
Phone Corozal 3112 day hours.
FOR SALE: 1950 Dodge in ex excellent
cellent excellent shape. Call 82-4173 or
FOR SALE: 1953 Oldsmobile
"88", excellent condition, radio,
heater, power brakes, will except
older model car for my equity.
Call Sgt. Brown 86-6197.
FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler in
good condition. $250.00 or best
offer. Tivoli Guest House. Room
FOR SALE: 1953 Two-door hard
top Mercury Monterrey conver convertible.
tible. convertible. Green and white, 28,000
original miles. Excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. For further Information,
call Cristobal 1463 after 5:00
9 1. 1. iiiiii
(Across Banco Naclonal)
, jm judge
Gibraltar f ile Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 8-0551
155 Central Ave.
LIMA XMAS EXCURSION
DEC. 20 JAN. 1
All expenses Tour for
Fidanqae Travel Service
TOP DOO-Out ot this world,
this new "Muttnik" cbapoau
has model Joanno Boyne, ot
Chicago, "oohinf" and "ahln"
A tower of aky blue crysUiS
trails in the wake of a repre repre-.sentation
.sentation repre-.sentation of Russia's second sat satellite,
ellite, satellite, with a spotted "muttnik"
on high. T.ie price of this crea creation:
tion: creation: stratospheric $27343.
annrret mm aim i
S littro Plaza CASA ZAIJJO Centra
MUKKlSON-4th f JuU Ave. 4 SI, ( LB WIS
al anrenua HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE-! Po. do
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 60 cy cycle
cle cycle Frigidaire, 9 cubic feet, good
condition. Price $75,, Home 6 6-474,
474, 6-474, Office 2-2731.
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 os all our
many aplendored' things, gor-
geous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's' Ave. J. Fco. do ,1a Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x 12"
x!2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco Or Alfareria, S.
A.. Via EspaAa No. 37-40.
FOR SALE: Piano, bicycle, toys,
watches, shaver, blackboard, tool
box, suitcases, clothes, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 2308B. Las Cruces, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Golf clubs; 3
woods, 7 irons, new bag $20.00.
Office Phone 2-2527; home 2 2-1674.
1674. 2-1674. FOR SALE: Writing desk libra library
ry library table. Black & Decher 5 inch
saw attachment. 0813 Plank St.
You owe it to yourself. Call ma
for best deal before you buy any
car or set of five irons. Telep Telephone
hone Telephone Quarry Heights 2209.
FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
with hydramatic, good running
condition and good tires, $325.
Living room furniture, divan and
three chairs, upholstered new
slip covers. One chair, mahogany
frame with upholstered 'cushions,
$50.00. Wold sell separately.
Mahogany desk; Miscellaneous
household items. Phone 5-481,
house 263-B, Gatun.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FERROUS SCRAP
METALS FOR SALE
Seeled bids, for opening in pub-'
blic, will bo received until 10: 10:-30
30 10:-30 a.m., January 10, 1958, in
the office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, Balboa, for
approximately 3,200 net tons of
Ferrouav Scrap Metal located iat
Section "I", Balboa Storehouse,
telephone 2-31 10. Invitation No.
S-57-378-mey be obtained, from
tha above source, or from, office
of Superintendent, Storehouse
Branch, telephone 2-1086.'
FOR SALE: Colombian TUft TUft-PIAL
PIAL TUft-PIAL Bugle Bird, whistle all
kind of tuner wonderful. Bra Brazilian
zilian Brazilian Cinarie birds, very good
singers. Third orange house be before
fore before "Los Angeles Garage," Via
Espaha, Juan Franco 2019.
FOR SALE. 22 Cal. Winchester
target or sporting rifle, with the
finest target sighti. Brand new.
One of the finest Hi-Fi outfits
around. Consists of separata large
triaxial speaker and cabinet. Con Console,
sole, Console, housing amplifier, preamp
custom turn table with gray vis viscous
cous viscous damped ton arm and fair fair-child
child fair-child diamond cartridge, and ra radio
dio radio tuner. A wonderful Christ Christ-ma
ma Christ-ma gift. Will sell units separ separately
ately separately If necessary. Phone, Bal.
THE CURUNDU POST RES RESTAURANT
TAURANT RESTAURANT offers Invitation to bid
on contract to operate a FURNI FURNITURE
TURE FURNITURE REPAIR fr REFINISHING
SHOP in Curundu, C. Z. Pros Prospective
pective Prospective bidders are invite!
the operations. Bids should be
submitted in duplicate, in sealed
envelopes properly identified on
the outside, and enclosed in
another envelope addressed to
the Installation Officer for the
attention of the Post Restaurant
Officer. Bids will be ooened at
1400 hours on 30 December
1957 in the Post Restaurant
Building. For further Information
call Curundu 6205 or 4268.
FOR SALE: Refriqerator 25
cvcle- $35.00. Maple FloorinsJ
S1.O0 per 50 sq.ft. 3 3HP.
Motors 25. cycle $10.00 each.
Slat for one pool table $10.00.
Fiber la 14 DrVfn- I
new $125.00 1 used $25.00. 1
3-wav Swimming pool filter valve
50.00. I New HipocMorfre
Chlorinator $100 00. 100 Ft.
'Sunproof Flex-Q-Pioe (plastic)
$50.00 Crirtobaf YMCA.
FOR SALE: New 60 cycle
Kinejsise "Black Angsn". Rotis Rotis-tri
tri Rotis-tri 60; States Bamboo Arm Armchair
chair Armchair $30.00; odd coffee and er-d
-M-. Call Panama 3-1019.
Paitilla Airport and Call 91 Este.
FOR SALE: 6. tautomeric
washer, filter fleer, ourh buttons.
Used nine months I6-31Q1.
FOR SALE: HI-FI sot, Heathk.it
amolifier with preamplifier 30
wart KT66 tubes Gerrerd RC80
record chnor Mtffor broadcast
toner ar foedmans aeeake In
seecUllv des'enM enclorvtv. v
m bring wwr test rW. C C-ko
ko C-ko 53 No. 27, Acre th- tr
ft Estacloo Modema. Tel. 3 3-1756.
I Domestic Employment I
WANTED: Maid to do laundry
and clean ape 'I want far bachelor.,
twice o week, Amlmo do la
tue-dia Srr-et "La EarreJla Build-
fog- Apt. $. ,,
I Ave. 5 LOURDKS PHARMACV-
SERVICK-Ave. TWoH No. I AHMACIA ESI ADOS UNIDOS-I4S
la Ohm Ave. No. 41 I OTO DOMY Jmlo Aroumei.a Ave. amISSSt ,fABMt
1 .Street S) rAKMAl LA "aAi via rena 111 wruuvu
FOR SALE: Cottage. Fully fur'
nished,' 200 yards from Gorge Gorge-na
na Gorge-na Beach.. Retired American -neighbors.'
Phono Balboa 4474.
Boats &, Motors
FOR, SALE : Must sell leaving
soon l lVi ft' .boat vtHVi HP
, motor. No reasonable offer refus refused.
ed. refused. Phone Kobb 4141.
The Notre Dame Club of Pan
ama will sponsor a Requiem
Mass for the late Mr. John T.
Fogarty, who was a graduate of
Notre Dame University. It will
be celebrated at the Santuario
Naclonal at 7:30 a.m.. Monday
by Rev. Mark McGrath, who is
also a graduate of Notre Dame.
Notre Dame alumni and
$. NJ '.is M-"- wl&t& sVfcs.' I
LUCHO AZCARRAGA has come up with two new Christmas
recordings Carnival in Panama and Christmas Carols. Car Carnival
nival Carnival in Panama features six Panamanian numbers and six
locally-written boleros, Lucho's Christmas carols come in both
rlii) ' English and Spajilsh. 1
Mll Feidi38 day, which
ffiSSLfii 2 P. m.. Saturday
sywuuer jLom at uaivary at
ln SrcatioiiaI Church at
oth Ave. and Trvtne-.
1 lt;ii4 jMdyfy 1 J
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Kasxereiu-rrr-ie n i t , f
ADVERTISING PAYSr-The classified ad (top) placed in a
San Francisco newspaper, ended the ears of Joyce Lunde that
her wedding in a strange town might be a loneljr affair. Some
70 well-wishers responded to the plea and attended th cere ceremony
mony ceremony at Calvary Armenian Congregational Church. Below
some of them are shown waving to the newlyweds, Mr. and
Mrs. Andre Elyiklian, after the wedding.
PredpfUtioa b expected to exceed aormal over coach f ft,
ratiosi ia the oext few week, morli of it ta Ue forxt f aaow
la west pro Lake retioa, Korihero riaJns sad Keek Mentals
arena. Near-xonaal aarosiBU of aaolstora an expected la too
raeiae.Nertliweat, tk Sratbeaat aad Sostten rials oiates.
PKECMDO Street hi. IS .AOKNCIA
1H2 CertaMuilla rAKMACl I LOM;
FOR SALE : Mahogany dining dining-room
room dining-room V table 1 and Jour, chairs,
painted black, $20.00. 760-D.
, FOR SALE: Gas range like new
with : electric clock $125.00.
Phone: Balboa 2-3542.
TOR SALI Bamboo set, easy
chair, three seat seta, regular
chair. House 2249 Balboa. Phon
FOR SALI 1 -r' AKC registered
wirehaired Fox Terrier mala pup puppies.
pies. puppies. Phone Navy 2407.
friends of Mr. Foearty are in
vited to attend this Mass. The
Santuario Naclonal is located on
Cale Samuel Lewis in the cam cam-po
po cam-po Alegre section of Panama Ci City.
deljffhtea if you
WANTED J't; North;" Amrkn;:; '
Salesman. For Interview. Telep
hone Panami 3-4968, 1-4946,
3-0834. i'r''. ';;
3-mlnut car ; wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $6. Auto-Bano, Trans-Istk
mian Highway near Sears.'
FREE Tefevitiin Pick-up and
delivery service during the month
of November. Phone U, S. Tele"
vision. Panama 3-7607 fori fasti
The best dinner, end drinks
r served In ou modern oir oir-conoitionocv
conoitionocv oir-conoitionocv cafeteria frill and
bar. Hotoi internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Mayo.
SHIPMATES Night-club comedian Don Rickles, left, and
actor Burt Lancaster seem pleased about the whole thing.H
Rickles has been making a success of his act by insulting well-1
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WINNIE REACHES 83,
LONDON,. Nov; 30 (UP) Sir Winston Churchill added one mora distinction to
his long list today by becoming 83.
He is the longest-lived British prime m inister of the 20th century.
Both Lord Roseberry and Lloyd George died at 82.
Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express offered 50 pounds as a prize for the best
under 50 word congratulatory telegram composed for Churchill's birthday.-
The express said this morning it had received 600 entries, and they were still
It selected this one as the best:
"As young British parents we are humbly grateful to a great man that our
childrn have been born in freedom."
The statesman who guided
" Britain through its "finest hour
:took time, out from work on the
last volume of his massive four four-Tolume
Tolume four-Tolume "History of the EngHsn EngHsn-epeaking
epeaking EngHsn-epeaking Peoples" to observe the
it t, a a nuiet celebration at
the Churchill home at Chart Chart-well
well Chart-well In the country near Lon-
dOnly members of the family
and Field Marshal Viscount
Montgomery, the victor of El
Alamein, shared In the cele celebration.
bration. celebration. Churchill no longer has the
physical strength for prolonged
The wars have taken tneir
toll of the, sturdy frame which
served him In his adventure adventure-filled
filled adventure-filled career from the Boer War
v.Mitrh world War II.
Because Of his deafness and his
4n t-.i-Anet,h. Churchill no
1 d o
longer speaks In the House of
Commons. But he enjoys show
ing up occasionally to take his
famous front bench corner seat
below the gangway and listen to
the House he dominated
Most of Churchill's energies
are devoted to a race against
time to complete his "History
of the English -speakinr Peo
He began the monumental
work in 1930. The third volume
was published earlier this year
and the fourth and final volume
is scheduled for publication in
His figure is stooped and
bent now. His eyes betray his
weariness. He walks painfully
with the" aid of a eane or on
the arm of his wife, Clemen Clementine.
tine. Clementine. Under pressure from his doc-
so tors, Churchill, who always de
lighted in cigars, brandy and
good food, has been trying to
husband what Is left" of his
In recent months, his public
appearances have been fewer
and fewer, although he still holds
a seat in the House of Commons.
He has announced that he will
do so until his death.
The voters of his Woodford
constituency apparently never
will turn him out of office.
Art atomic war wouldn't deter determine
mine determine who is right only who is
Weather Or Not
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GETTYSBURG, Pa., Nov. 30
(UP) Clad in a buckskin jacket
and with a shotgun slung over
his arm. President Eisenhower
tramped his favorite hunting
grounds on his first day back on
But the ailing chief Executive
didn't try to scare up a bird.
He Just walked Over the corn-
stubbled fields, holding the gun
as if wanting to get the feel of
one happy to be out in the
The President toured the 496 496-acre
acre 496-acre farm for 70 minutes yester
day afternoon with his personal
physician, Dr. Howard Mcc. any
der. T,hey drove around in a sta station
tion station wagon less than three hours
after motoring down from wasn
ington for the Thanksgiving
weekend and possibly longer,
Eisenhower apparently was
not tired by the journey. He took
a nap oeiore touring ine larm.
The president, like millions of
Americans, planned to watch to
day the televised game between
the Army and Navy cadets in
which the West Pointers were six
Eisenhower had no other plans
scheduled today. Accompanied
bv Mrs. Eisenhower, he drove
from Washington yesterday to
his farm home here in the heart
of this picturesque Pennsylvania
Dutch countrvside for a long
The President was taking it
easv. The latest medical -bulletin
issued vesterdav. continued to
report that he was making "ex "excellent"
cellent" "excellent" progress in recovering
from a slight stroke of last Mon
Also aboard the plane were
Cmdr. Roger Witherall, of Taun Taunton,
ton, Taunton, Mass., and Father Dan Line Line-han,
han, Line-han, of Boston, Mass.
As commander-in-chief of the
armed, forces and as President,
Eisenhower was, of course, tech technically
nically technically neutral in today's inter inter-service
service inter-service football game. As usual,
ne was expected to send good
iuck messages to both teams.
But no one would question
wnere nis hopes lay, for Eisen
hower as a cadetr at West Point
wore an Army football uniform
ne was a naii-DacK until a
wrenched knee made him give
up me game.
After Saving Son
From 99 Years' Jail
Brass Land Safely
With Engine Aflame
LITTLE AMERICA, Antarctica,
Nov. 30 (UP) A U.S. Navy
transport plane carrying 14 per
sons, including operation Deep Deepfreeze
freeze Deepfreeze Commander Rear Adm.
Georee J. Dufek.. made a hazar
dous but safe landing here last
night with one engine aflame
and its ski landing gear crooked. (
Ground crews stood by with
flrefighting equipment as the R-4-D
Skytrain came in for the
landing with fire spurting from
its starboard engine ana one ski
cocked at a 60 degree angle.
But pilot Cmdr. Vernon J. co co-ley.
ley. co-ley. Oakland, Calif., arid copilot
Cmdr. Edward Frankiewica, Rut Rutland.
land. Rutland. Vt, brought the plane in
safely, skillfully overcoming the
danger of a ground loop. All a a-board
board a-board piled out in a hurry while
fire-fighting crews extinguished
CHICAGO, Nov. SO (UP)
Scrubwoman Tillie Maiczek.
whose faith in her son tttnMnA
the attention of newspaper report reporters
ers reporters and led to his release from
nrison, set aside her Dail snd mon
for good today.
Mrs. Majczek, 65, retired after
more than 30 years of scruhhintr
floors at a downtown utilities
Eleven of those years were
spent working to raise reward
money tht she hoDed wnnlri fr
her son, Joseph, convicted in 1933
oi slaying a policeman and sen sen-tencd
tencd sen-tencd to 99 years.
In 1944, Mrs. Jalczk Inserted
an ad in the Chicaeo Times, now
the Sun-Times, which said; "ss
um rewara lor wiiers of Officer
(William) Lundy on Dec. 9, 1932.
Call Gro. 1758. 12 7 n.m."
Newsmen spotted the ad and in
vestigated. They unearthed evi evidence
dence evidence which led to a pardon from
Gov. Dwight Gren in 1945. The
state gave Majczek $24,000 for he
time he had spent in prison.
Today, the son is a moderately
successful business man and lives
in a suburb with his wife hd two
I have I owe it to
he aid. "I'll do
possibly can for
The defense lawyer lor the al
leged assassin ot President Jose
A. Remon continued to nammer
away today at the -case present
ed by the prosecution against
Ruben O. Miro and six others.
Ramon Falacios, who began
the third day of his final ad address
dress address this morning, contended
that there is no evidence post
tiyely identifying the murder,
weapon as a Schmedsser ma machine
chine machine pistol.
Hereferred to a report by' a
U.S. ballistics expert, brought
into the trial by the prosecu prosecution,
tion, prosecution, which identified she fu"
barrel as of Austria manu manufacture
facture manufacture and the mechanism a
Palacios also called the Jury's
attention to the arms manual
which was quoted by the prose
cutlon as describing a Schmeis
ser submachineeun as a, semi'
automatic weapon and pointed
out that the murder gun is ex
cluslvely an automatic weapon.
The defense, attorney again
implied that the- murder weapon
could have been planted in Mi Mi-ro'a
ro'a Mi-ro'a father's house during the
six or seven days the building
was left uninhabited.-'
He also stressed that MirQ'
sister Judith, and the house house-boy
boy house-boy who discovered the gun on
top of a high closet are both
psycho-neurotics who only saw
the barrel of the gun which
was wrapped in manila paper.
He emphasized that both Ju
dith Miro and the houseboy
said they fingered the barrel of
the gun but the investigators
made no fingerprint tests to see
if there were any other prints
After his release from nrison.
he went to work and paid off his
motner s mortgage. But she would
not give up her job as scrubwo scrubwoman.
man. scrubwoman. She said she wanted to
"I'm really thankful I was able
to work all those years," Mrs.
The slayer of the policeman
never has been caught. The story
of Mrs. Majczek's fight to free
her son was made into a movie
several years ago called. "Call
Palacios accused the inveatt
gatine committee of the Nation
al Assembly which was in
charge at thep ttaie of not work-J
me in conaDoration wiwi ine po
lice, but or natcning a political
plot to overthrow convicted ex-
President Jose Remon Guizido.
Palacios also referred to an
incident in which Justice Jdse
M. Vaaquez Ddas, as district at attorney,
torney, attorney, allegedly attempted to
frame an innocent farmer for
the murder of another farmer in
He said Vasquei Dfaa failed
because the police officer in
charge of the Penonome de detachment
tachment detachment refused to cooperate
and said that Vasques Diax,
who was the chief collabora collaborator
tor collaborator in the investigation of the
assassination, could well have
planted the gun and rigged the
Last night Palacios quoted the
autopsy reports on presiaent Re
mon and the other victims of
the Jan. 2. 1955. attack on the
Juan Franco racetrack, to show
that there was more than one
121 Latin American Officers
Watch Infantry -Tank Show
A special demonstration featuring an Infantry-tank team In
operation was staged for 121 Latin American officers .by the 1st
Battle Group, 20th Inf antry v and D Company. 24th Armor at
Fort "Kobbe yesterday. -,. -.v- ..',, 'M"
The student officers, all enrolled at the-Unlted States Army
Caribbean School at Fort Gnlick, represented 15 countries in
Central and South America as well as those fr.om the Caribbean
rea. .1- v. ..-. .- :.r tfi
The demonstration showed the full potential and operation operational
al operational strength of the tank platoon With support by Infantry troops.
It was climaxed by an attack phase In which tanks and troops
moved toward an objective using all the tactics ant techniques
of fire and maneuver, Including air support. o
Another part of the exhibition
emphasized mutual support of
the two fighting forces under
simulated combat conditions.
The visiting, officers saw how
Infantrymen detect anti tank
ttunes and guide tanks through
a safe lane, arid how a tank de destroys
stroys destroys barbed wire obstructions
to loot troops.
.. Directors of the program ex
plained the advantages of in
Each tank, which carries a
four-man crew, has as its main
armament a 76mm gun capable
of destroying most obstacles
which, might retard the Infantry.;-
The infantry. In turn; has the
ability to out-maneuver tank
obstacles such as mines. Through
joining-these twor forces, strength
the demonstration was handled
by the provisional battalion
headed by Lt. Col. J. O. Brink,
project officer, ,MaJ. Robert t.
Danforth, assistant project offi officer
cer officer and 1st Lt. Thames A. Hal Hal-sted,
sted, Hal-sted, associate project officer--
Preparation involved digging
more than 100 demolition- pits,
trenches for masses of detona detonation
tion detonation wires, grading and leveling
of a large area and erecting tents
tor spectators', use.
Personnel of the 518th (Com
bat) Engineer Company .under
the direction of 1st Lt. -David p.
Larsen and 1st Lt. Andrew Lew
is participated in this phase.
The visiting officers were wel
corned to Fort Kobbe by Lt. Col.
Ralph E, Rose, acting battle
Officers attending from the
Fort Gulick School are enrolled
in the Command and Regimen'
tal and Battalion Staff course,
the Artillery Officers Basic
Course, the infantry Tactics
for Course, the ; Engineer officers
Course, the Communication Orn-
cers Course and the Military Fo
lice Officers Course.
The places where the bullets
entered the bodies of the vic victims
tims victims according to the autopsies
refutes the prosecutjon's claim
that Miro fired fron tne neoge neoge-row,
row, neoge-row, on the right side of the
track's clubhouse bar, Palacios
Today, the defense lawyer
contended that two Schmeissers,
one Venezuelan and at least two
T h o mpson submachineeguns,
were fired at Juan Franco, in
addition to .45 and .38 revolvers
used by National Guardsmen and
According to Palacios theo theory,
ry, theory, President Remon was killed
by a .38 bullet instead of a
machinegnn ballet as the pros prosecution
ecution prosecution contends and at least
three persons fired on the
Palacios also argued that a ca
blegram from Col. Hereda Astu Astu-rias
rias Astu-rias of Guatemala, certifying
that the Guatemalan army on only
ly only uses and has used 9 mm
Schmeissers, had not been duly
authenticated and could have
been sent by anybody else.
37 Panama Canal
Thirty-seven positions with the
Canal organization are listed this
week on the transfer-vacancy bul bulletin
letin bulletin issued by the Personnel Bu Bureau,
reau, Bureau, Ten of the vacancies are for
temporary positions with the Pa
cific .locks overhaul work which
will begin in January. These in
elude, steam locomotive crane en
gineer scaling, and painting lead
foreman, rigger, supervisory store
keeper, machinist and towing lo
Other .types I positions listed
Ire accounting clerk, hospital at
tendant,,, clerk stenographer, clerk
typiest, dipper dredge engineer,
general engineer, graduate intern,
auto repair machinist helper, ma marine
rine marine inspection assistant, medical
technician, adding machine repair
man, rotary drill foreman, super supervisory
visory supervisory clerical assistant, postal
window clerk and wireman.
Countries represented:. among
the guests were -Bolivia,1; Brazil,
Colombia. Costa Rica, Cuba. El
Salvador, Ecuador, Guatemala,
Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua,
Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and
King Of Morocco
Arrives In Texas
To Eye Oilfields
DALLAS. Tex.. Nov. 30-fUPW
King Mohammed V of Morocco
arrived today in Texas a state
that dwarfs his kingdom in siz
Beaming and "very pleaaed" to
be here; the King and other, mem
bers of the -royal party stepped
from a Military Air Transport
Constellation plane for a three&ay
visit- that will include a closeup
look at oilfields and the vast King
iiancn m soutn Texas.
Mohammed, his tan robe billow billowing
ing billowing in the wind, told newsmen that
he long had yearned to visit Tex Texas.
as. Texas. -;
"This is not something that
just happened," he said. "Some
months ago, Gov. Price Daniel
sent me a cowboy hat and regalia
for my little girl."
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FRANK W. WELLER, director of the Appraisal Divi's'ion of the
& LrtCtldnmiSti0 beglns w0rlE on PPraisal
of properties being transferred to the Republic of Panama.
He will be assisted by Frank A. Baldwin, chief of. the- Plant
lAS?tlng?rR,i,ch' c.en!fr' and A' Patrl Conley,; right, as assistant
sistant assistant to the comptroller. -Weller wlU be her-for about
IVashmaton Official Here to Value
Properties Reverting to Panama
Frank W. Weller. direvtnp ; At
me- Appraisal Division of the
General services Administration,
has arrived in the canal fcone
from Washington. D.C.. ta makn
a fair market anoraisal of nron.
erties being transferred by the
Panama Canal Company-Canal
zune uovernment to tne Repub
Air Force U3TCl!ii
'Jpacc Suillil :
Fcr Visit To M:in
Washington; Nov. an rtrpv-
The Air Force today unveiled a
newly-developed "soace suit"
whkh pilots eoqld wear on trips
to the moon
Brig. Gen. Don Flickinser of
the Air Researchamf- Opvethm
ment Cemmand said perfection of
tne suit marked a "breakthrough"
in a decade of work on nresmir.
It was designed for use on the
X15, an experimental rocket plane
now under development. The craft
is expected to climb, to altitudes
of 200,000 feet and reach speeds of
,w miies per nour.
Man Who Sabotaged Uranium Slugs
Could Have Let Loose Nuclear Blast
NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (tP) The
government today accused a dis
gruntled employe of deliberately
sabotaging uranium siugs so mat
ihey might have touched off a
terrific1 nuclear explosion at tne
Savannah River plant of the Atom
ic Energy Commission at Aiken,
Santo Scalise, 45, a dye process
operator for the Sylvania-Cornmg
Nuclear Corp., Hicksville, N. Y.,
was arraigned hefora u. &. com-
f issioner Martin C. Epstein in
rooklyn Federal Court.
Assistant U. S. attorney Ken
neth C. Sternberg said that Scalise
damaged 18 uranium slugs by
striking them with a heavy file.
If the damaged slugs had been
inserted into an atomic reactor,
he said, they could have set off a
chain reaction explosion. They
were being manufactured for the
Savannah River plant
He said there was no indication
that Scalise was playing a part
in any kind of international plot
Sternberg said that Scalise lost
the tip of a finger in an accident
at the plant last Oct. 29. He said
Scalise became angry when the
company put bis picture on the
factory bulletin board and identi
bed him as the one who bad
spoiled the company's safety rec record.
ord. record. Sternberg said the injury also
had interfered with Scalise's hob hobby
by hobby of weight, lifting, adding to the
worker s resentment.
After Sylvania-Corning spotted
the defective slugs coming from
Scalise's department, a watch was
placed on him, Sternberg said.
Movies were taken while he was
at work, Last week, Sternberg
said, Scalise twice was observed
striking the slugs.
He said that all employes at the
plant had been warned that the
slightest scrach on a uranium
slug could mean disaster if it
slipped through inspection and
was put into us. Other sources
said that because of rigid controls
the odds were heavily against a
defective slug being placed in an
Scalise was charged formally
with "wilfully injuring and com
mittint depredations'" against prop
erty of the Umted States govern
ment." A heanr.g was set for Dec
Scalise, who had been employed
a tne Plant tor two years, uvea
with his wife and two children at
New Hyde Park, N. Y.
The fire flared as the
Stepped-Up Missile Program Rushes Long-Range
Ballistic Missiles To Strategic Air Command
WASHINGTON, Nov. 29 (UP)-
The Air Force disclosed today
that it was rushing new long
range ballistic missiles into the
hands of the Strategic Air Com Command
mand Command fast Dnuiht under a
pianeigjepped-up program for meeting
was getting into position for a!RUMit'g space challenge,
landing a iter a. iugnt irum mc mc-Murdo
Murdo mc-Murdo Sound. It was believed
l the excessive drag caused by the
canted ski landing gear was re responsible
sponsible responsible for overheating the
engine and causing the fire.
Under the plan, unveiled by Air
Force Chief of Staff, Gen. Thomas
D. White, the 1st Missile Division
at Camp Cooke, Calif., already
has been transferred to Strategic
Air Command from the Air Force
Research and Development Command.
White also said that in the fa
Dufek came, to Little America
ito greet the firtt ships to reach
tne Antarctica th's year. The lce-
breaker V Glacier led the
U' smaller icebreaker AtTa and the hire SAC woud lake ever the re-
r mere. jting up new ballistic missile
groups ss soon as the powerful "We are now passing into opera-
weapons are available a chore
oow handled by research and de
While White, did not touch on
this phase, it was noted that the
program also would free the re
search and development com command
mand command to press forward with its
primary responsibility for reflect
ing new space-age weapons.
White, who outlined tne pro
gram at a National press Club
luncheon also said that the "en
tire resources" of the giant Air
Force Depot at San Bernardino,
Calif., would he made available
as required to support this ef
Asked about significance of the
program m a quesaon-ana-answer
period later, White said it meant
tional capability" where long
range ballistic missiles are con concerned.
He said it did not mean' that
this country would have interme intermediate
diate intermediate 1,500-mile misiiies in opera
tion "tomorrow." But be said it
did mean the Air Force was mov moving
ing moving in that direction as fast at
.White also said:
The Air Fore subscribed fully
to the idea that "whoever has the
capability to control space will
likewise possess the capability to
exert control oa the surface of the
earth" below. He said the Air
Tore was determmed to make
America soprente ta this area.
The An Fore expected to
have the iaUicontinentaJ ballistic
missile "well la hand' before It
has an a 1 0 m i e or chemically chemically-powered
powered chemically-powered bomber, he said he
had heard talk of a chemically chemically-powered
powered chemically-powered bomber with a speed
three times that of sound some
time in the 1970's.
The problem of developing
missiles capable of knocking down
other missiles as they streak to toward
ward toward American target cities is
terifically difficult,'' but "I think
we caa lick it He refused to
discuss the Air Force's Wizard
ana-mis tile missue project.
Russia's earth satellites in
themselves were not a "military
tooL" But they indicate a "high
state of scientific know-how" ea
the, part of the Jtussians ia that
partcular field and have "many
flickinger said a pilot wearmg
me suit wouia oe pnysicaiiy able
to "go anywhere in space.
"He could literally go to the
moon m this suit," he said
Scott Crossfield, a 36-year-old
test pilot assignedJo the first X15
flight, demonstrated the suit at
the National Press Club. 1
The suit, together .with a pack
of instruments which the i, pilot
wears on his back., weighs a total
of 24 pounds. This compares with
about 100 pounds for present
pressurized suits, fie-said.
Crossfield wore a bi? white hel
met which contained earphone
and a microphone, and devices to
supply oxygen air pressure and
The suit i t s e If looked Eke a
bulky, silver-colored set of long
underwear. The outside layer was
made of a silver, heat-reflecting
ahiminized nylon. Inside was an another
other another layer made of .a silver.
heat-reflecting alummized nylon.
inside was. another, layer, .com
posed of a so-called "slick-knit"
nylon fabric. x
The backtoack contained aH the
valves snd safety devices needed
to provide cooling, ventilation,
oxygen, and automatic air pres pressure.
sure. pressure. -
Flickinger said the suit was de
veloped at a cost of $200,000 to
lie -of Panama under terms of
the 1955 Treaty.
The services of Weller were re-
quested by the Canal adminis administration
tration administration to furnish expert advice
on this problem by a disinterest disinterested
ed disinterested party. His assignment by the -GSA
was made on the basis of
Weller ;expects to be on the
isthmus for about five weeks. He
being assisted by J. Patrick -Conney,
assistant to the Comp- '-troller,
troller, '-troller, and Drank ,a. Baldwin
Hr2eJ?'the Pla"H Accountln5
Pe i?A officIai wl" ave of offices
fices offices fn Room 301 of the Admin-
HeShtT 'BulIdin8; BalbSa
y He arrived fiarT,.j. w.
&York aboard the Pm'S
LA?con'.H wa& ftccompajrtv
led by Mrs. Weller. -100)
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Rdiniers Shop ;
Hope For Son
ftainier and Princess Grace of
Monaco went Chrkt. T, lr
Pmg today and dreamed of a hoy
"J? next rn, 7 t
J tty-bo-Ugcht doUs 8,1(1 her gifts
ftlllv ?n'' ?ai" Cr Iingered Wit-
i". .ie..boys' sports depart.
2m- W Mf -ms P"nant wife rest. 4
ft. ?(l?1,ir' ?ere w w doubt
that both were honlncr th. k,i,
pecfed next March wuld be a boy
anrf hair k. t,u.
vh. -T. UHy 01 Monaco.
The royal couple toured Hamley'a
the-foremost tnv fiM t.jf
iheyv were accompanied by the
manager and Snntiatui v..j j.
creet 10 yards, brfek. Extensive
purchases wer miu). i(.i .u
old Princess. Carolie:ul :
The Prince and the former Hoi- t
lywood movie queen bought mostly
floppy-eared doll. pu
fant to handle. r ,
But the Prince looked at almost
everything, -with an exception
Rainier lffnnreH -fh T..:.
display. cll"B uln
Sputnik's Rockef : -Carrier
Said Rc:dy :
To Plummel U Utih
LONDON. Not. 30 TOP) A
leadinc British scientist predict
ed the rocket carrier of sputnik
I would plunge into the earth's
at mosphere today.
British mathematician Des
mond KlngrHele of the Royal
Aircraft establishment at Tarn Tarn-borough
borough Tarn-borough said "I cannot aee that
lt will be aloft this time tomorrow.-
at, I ;
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THIS SIDE CF
And Professor Bernard LovelL
head of the jodrell Bank Radio-
Astronomy pbservatory, was con-
naent tne earner -cannot sur
vive orer the weekend." -
Klng-Hele said the carrier la
now circulttnf the earth In 89.7 1
minutes and that 89 minutes
would be the death sentence.
He thought lt would either 1 If Pfinn ht
burn Itself out in about 15 mln-'l ; AV.U4JXLLuLLs
utes. or plummet to .earth at I ftSSS mnairr mnTurv'
about 600 miles pet hour. By last lH'
night the carrier rocket had I IZlLTZT: ,t!
completed 860 circuits of thei ysiltex techiicou- 4 J
caiiU. Am wfmm mrtm wvw.