The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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LT. COL. JOHN E. DEM1NG, Canal Zone Magistrate, and
Bfc. Lon D. Harrell, store manager, plug a watermelon in a
shipment of fresh produce at the Army Sales Store at Corozal.
COL (Judge) Demlng, an Army Reserve officer, is on two weeks
aitlve duty with the U.S. Army Caribbean Quartermaster. Mon Mon-'
' Mon-' day he winds up his annual two weeks' active duty and Tuesday
will take up his civilian profession as Canal Zone judge at Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. (UB. Army Photo).

His Honor, the Colonel

Solid and enthusiastic backing this wpek was given the Army
Reserve aiH the Association of the United States Army by Judge
John E. Deming, Canal Zone magistrate in Balboa, who is on
two weeks' active duty .with the U.S. Army Caribbean Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster Sales Store at Coroial.
, A lieutenant colonel m the Army Reserves, Deming in an
" gl-t- th.t u is his dutv as a United State

ritien tn rin HI nnrh as he can to prepare himsetr for the
evenlHfl Jihould confront the United States.
He said, "If gives you a sense of national pride to belong to
the Association of the United States Army and the Army Re-

THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

THE NATIONAL GUARD was
called out yesterday to break up
street fights between opposing
bands of Teenagers.
Guardsmen con fiscated a
number of razor blades after dis dispersing
persing dispersing two rock throwing
groups of youngsters in the vi vicinity
cinity vicinity of West 16th Street.
Later in the day, policemen
seized a number of air rifles on
12th of October Street where a
number o f Teenagers were
using them to shoot at passers passers-by.
by. passers-by. One boy was reportedly

wounded in the cheek by an air

rifle.

Banco Nacional manager Hen Henrique
rique Henrique de Obarrio has expressed
the opinion that the bank should
continue with its present structure.

In a memorandum to President

de la Guardia, Obarrio opposes

the recommendation by planning

expert Dr. Alvin Mayne that the
Banco Nacional be converted in

to a stock company.

Obarrio's memorandum was
approved by the bank's board of
directors.

ensions
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NO APPLE, BUT, Diedre Dickson, the little girl who looked so glum about starting
school earlier in the week, brightens as she brings a banana in place of the traditional
-apple to her new teacher on the opening day at South Margarita School. From left to right
are Miss Thora Baublits, sixth grade teacher Mary Lou Shields, Diedre- and Patricia
Woegens. All the pupils are from Fort Davis. (U.S. Army Photo).

Demlng, who has lived at An-
con wah his family, including
three oys, John, 16, Dennis, 12,
and Bill, 9 since 1955, came on
rrtive- dutv with the National

Gi'BKlion May 18, 1940.
He was on active duty for five
r ears before reverting to inactive
reservf; status.
J During those five years, he
servef in a variety of positions
in the U.S., England and Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, ranging from a Quarter Quartermaster
master Quartermaster battalion commander
to base depot froup command commander.
er. commander. Th Association of the United

States Army held a symposium

nr. hatilefie d mobility Marcn z-

26 at iprt Bennlng, Georgia. This
was thje fourth in a series of
rinssiffcd briefines which are

riesisnM to develOD a deeper ap

preciaAion of the Army's future
requirements in various fields for

US. industrial memoers.
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Tropical Storm

Fill Blows In

6635 Canal Zone US-Rate Kids Trying

To Learn About Something This Year

Algerian Threat
To French Embassy
Brings Out Guard

UEftN. Switzerland. Sept. 6

(UPI) The French -embassy in
lWn has been Dut under heavy pu

lice guard following information
received by the Swiss authorities
that Algerian nSL'jnalists were
planning a raid on the building. J
Steel helmeted police and plain
clothes detectives were patrolling
the airea near the embassy this
morning and the huge iron galtt
leading to the embassy garden has
been closed.
A spokesman for the Federal .Tus
tce and Police Department sari
"We received our information
from a source we consider relhble
and have taken the necessary pre
cautions."
He declined to elaborate on
these precautions but it was report reported
ed reported that at least 15 heavily armed

oolicemen were mounting a round

the clock guard at the embassy

PCC Accepts Bids

"o Air Condition

'arts Of Gorgas

, Bids are now being advertised

by the Panama Canal Company lor
iurnighnvj and installing self cou
iaincd. air cooled, air conditioni

Units in the formula Koom in the

OB-GYN Building and in the Au
topsy Room, and Pathology Sec Section
tion Section (Morgue) at Gorgas Hospital

Plans ami specifications or l ho

above work w;ll ne issued on, or

sbout September 10 and bids will
be opened on or about October S.
Ca '.;s of bid schedules an'l

spsctfieations may be obtained in

the pUfis of the Designing En En-jzinocr,
jzinocr, En-jzinocr, Balboa Heights. No deposit

is reqmrea.

Some 400 industrial executives

and top Army leaders met to dis discuss
cuss discuss plans and problems for mo

bility on the battlefield of the
future, with particular emphasis
on wheeled and tracked vehicles.

This was but one more activ activity
ity activity of the Association of the
United States' Arihy, about
which Deming said, "I feel that
every Army Reservist should be
a member of the Association
of the United States Army
whether on active duty or not."
In spea'lng of the Association,

Judge Deming remarked that

membership in the Association is

still $5 a year and this in

cludes a year s subscription to

the Association's magazine, Ar
my."

Deming has had quite a few
contacts with various sections of
the United States Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean since he arrived here to as

sume his judicial post.

He served a two-week period
of mctive duty in-1956 with the
Judge Advocate General's Sec Section,
tion, Section, USARCARIB, and in 1957
he was on two weeks' active du

ty with the assistant chief of
staff, GM, USARQARIB.
At one time, he was division
quartermaster ffr the 89th Re Reserve
serve Reserve Infantry Division of Kan Kansas,
sas, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado.

Deming's headquarters was in

Omaha, Nebraska, with division
headquarters in Wichita, Kansas.

In speaking of tne many re reserve
serve reserve officers now with various
activities in the Canal Zone,
Judge Demlng' mentioned
Judge Loren B. Hilsinger of
Cristobal, who is a. West Point
graduate and an Air Force Re Reserve
serve Reserve colonel.
He also mentioned Phillip

Steers, comptroller for the canal

zone and a lieutenant colonel in

the Army Reserves.

Clayton J. Murphy, who is With

the manpower division. Assistant

Chief of Staff, C-l, USARCARIB

was also mentioned by Deming.
Murphy is a colonel In the Army

Re-erves.

It was noted by Deminc that

all the individuals mentioned de derive
rive derive benefits regularly by their

membership In the Association of
the United States Army, as does

every member of the United

States Army, because the Asso Association
ciation Association is dedicated to improving
the lot of the soldier, be he a
private or general, on active du duty
ty duty or not.

The Association is presently
seeking more members In this
command, and to that .end, Lt.
Gen. Rldgely Gaither, command commander
er commander in chief, Caribbean command,
has given the command's and
his own personal backing.
Membership in the Association
of the United States Army may
be had by wrltinsr to the Asso

ciation of the United States Ar Army,
my, Army, 1529 Eighteenth Street, N.W.,

wasmngton, D.C.

CORPUS CHRIST!, Tex., Sept.
6 (UPI) Tropical storm Ella
rained Itself harmlessly out over

a vast sector or Texas ioaay
while a new storm gathered

strength and speed in the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic far to the southeast.

Ella's worst winds never ex

cceded 55 miles an hour along
the Texas coast.' Rain from the

boiling mass of clouds that form formed
ed formed Its remains fell as far north
today as Dallas, more than 300
miles from the coast.
The new tropical storm, al already
ready already mature enough to be
named "Fifi" by government
hurricane watchers, gathered a a-bout
bout a-bout 600 miles east southeast of
San Juan, P.R.
As Ella played out, thousands
of persons who had fled their
homes along the Texas coast re returned.
turned. returned. It lost Identity as a storm
shortly after the heart of lt
moved Inland.

Although there are 67 fewer pu pupils
pils pupils in the Canal Zone's United
States schools this year than
there were at the same time last
yea the total enrollment on
Thursday the first full day ot
school stood at a respectable
6635 boys and girls, School offi

rials; reported yesterday afternoon

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College.

Although this year's enroll enrollment
ment enrollment dees net quite equal last
year's 4702, It is still H higher
thn on the comparable day in
nm
Of the 6635 in the schools this
year, 583 are kindergarteners. This
number is 24 more than last
year's figure.
Enrollment in grades one througli
six this year totals 3640, a drop
of 152 from last year's figure.
Grades seven and eight, the
Junior High School grades, have
a total of 903 students; This is 36
less than for the past year.
In grades nine through twelve,
the high school years, the total
enrollment is 1372, or 97 mo e
than high school enrollment on

the first full day of school last

year.
Registration in the Canal Zone.
Junior College, 137 full time
students, is exactly the same
as for last year.

Largest of all of the Canal Zone

schools, from an enrollment stand
point, is Balbpa High, School, with

1054 students. This is an all time
record for high school attendance.
The amazing growth of Balboa
High School during the past de de-cad
cad de-cad is one of the most start startling
ling startling figures in school statistics.

Ten years ago, in 1948, the high
school' s enrollment was 644. Four

ears later, in 1942, enrollment

d itfcreasftd to 723. By 1957, it-

inereaeaf'TtJ. junmera: to

2, and last year's opening day

figure was 947.

Befors this school year Is o o-ver,
ver, o-ver, school officials expect that
the Balboa High School enroll enrollment
ment enrollment will go ever 1100.
The largest elementary school
is that at Fort Kobbe where 687
children are enrolled in grades

one through six and another 180

are attending kindergarten.
Second largest of the elementa elementary
ry elementary schools is that at Balboa, wnh
586 pupils.
Enrollment on the first full day
of school, however, do not neces necessarily
sarily necessarily represent peak enrollment
for thp year, inasmuch as there
are still a large number of school
age children oh vacation in the
States.

TO MEET IN MOSCOW
VIENNA (UPI) The Inter International
national International Union of Biochemistry

said today it would hold its nexe
congress in Moscow in 196,1. More
than 3,400 scientists from 53 coun countries
tries countries on both sides Of the Iron
Curtain currently are attending
the fourth congress here.

USIS Receives Film

On Nautilus' Voyage

Under

Citizens

Costs With
Non-Citizens

Local-rate Canal Zone workers were told last night
that under the new Treaty legislation, they would be get getting
ting getting exactly the same retirement benefits as government
employes in the States, and that taxes paid by U.S. citiz citizens
ens citizens would provide a third of their retirement contribu

tion.

About 600 people attended a meeting at the old Ti Ti-voli
voli Ti-voli Commissary to hear Andrew E. Ruddock, chief of the
Retirement Division of the Civil Service Commission, ex explain
plain explain the benefits of the pension scheme to Canal em employes.
ployes. employes. Ruddock explained that the employe would have six
and a half per cent of his pay deducted each month for

the scheme. But this was only a third of the total con contributed.
tributed. contributed. The other two thirds would be poid equofly by
the Pan Canal and the American taxpayer.

"Nautilus Crosses the Top of the
World," is the title of a film re
cently acquired by the United
States Information Service. This
is a film about the atom-poweted
submarine's successful voyage lin
der the ice cap of the North Poie.

The "Nautilus" 'and many other

recent acquisitions with Spanish
sound tracks are available 'or nub
lie showings throughout the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama. Inquires may
be made of Byron A. Bolt or Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro C. Lange, USIS projection projectionists.
ists. projectionists. Other recent films include the
following:
Storehouse of history (The Na
tional Archives of the U.S.); Vice
President Nixon Visits Latin V
merica; Music of the Americas,
The World of Mosaic; Trial by Ju Jury;
ry; Jury; The States and the Nation:
Vanguard I: Fundamentals of
Track and Field; Althea Gibson
Tennis Champion: Patterns for
Peace; Man, Machine and the
Jungle; This is Automation; A
Man of the People-Magsaysay;
and many others.

'The six and a half percent de

ducted from your pay is not some

thing lost, said Ruddock. It is

saving. It is just like starting a

savings account at the bans.
"Evarv Denny you put in It

recorded to your individual it-; Irec
count and the Retirement Aet

guarantees that you get back.
You can have it either In the
form of a pension or it will be
returned to you or yeur surviv survivors
ors survivors after your death."
He said that if a man works for

the U.S. eovernment all his nit

the government guarantees him

after he retires a stanoaro 01 iiy

ing comparable to that which ti6
had before.
They would be credited for sen -icft
with any government agency
at any times, which need not he
continuous.
When the scheme starts on
Oct. 5, total Raters will be ere
dited with all their pest service.
Ruddock said the amount of the
pension would be determined by
two factors the length of serv service
ice service and the average pay for a fiva
year period. It was not possible
for a man to receive as a pension
more than 80 percent of his aver average
age average pay.
An example he gave of the
actual pension was of a man
earning $1400 a year who retir retir-d
d retir-d at the age of iO with 30 yea-.
serVke. His pension .would be
$90 per month.

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An employe is entitled lo mike
a contribution for hix Dast servire

which would increase 4iis pension

slightly. In the examnte stated, it
woul be necessary for t.h man

to pay $1500 to the fund and wmiH

slder making fliFs ctei.'f
not worth it," Mid Ruddoct
If a man has at least five yeara
service and dies while i" the fin fin-ployment
ployment fin-ployment of the U.S. government,
his widow gets a pension and sn
do children up to the age of 18 un un-less
less un-less they are incapable of support supporting
ing supporting themselves owing to physical
or mental disability.
In the case of a disability in incurred
curred incurred on or off the job, en em
ploye with 20 ysars service and
earning the average salary of
$le00 e year cen retire end will
receive a pension of about fid
per month.

Yachting Aussies Have Had 6318 Visitors Aboard In 466 Different Ports

"It's people who make traveling

interesting, says Mrs. Harry
Scott, and her husband, the skid-

per of New Silver Gull, a 43-loot

ketch which has carried them 34,

000 miles from their home in Syd

ney, Australia, nods his agree

ment.
The Scotts should knowl Sinct
they left Sydney Dec. 22, 1947,
Sit people have visited their
boat in 46 different ports.
When they docked at Cristobal
Yacht Club this Week, they were
making a return trip to the Isth
mus They stayed here for some
months in 1955.
"Now we are starting to return
to places, and that is Strang","
says Mrs. Scott. "Until recently,
every time We touched a port ev
erything was brand new."
But they find advantages in re
turnine to places fhey have alrea already
dy already visited. There are old friends

to meet tor instance, and some

have shown up at the Cristobal

Yacht Club already.

Scott, who la 72 years young.
Is a retired engineer. Hp built his
boat by himself on weekends over
a period of three and a half years.
The craft was framed of Aus-

Since the Scotts left here they
have traveled to Porto Bello, San
Bias Islands, Jamaica, Miami,
Florida then up the coast to Cam Cam-pobello
pobello Cam-pobello Island In Canada.
They found Canada too cold and

headed back for New York.
Here they appeared on the Ga Gary
ry Gary Moore television show and
were guests of the star at his
home.
On the way down the East Coast
they traveled along the inland va va-terway
terway va-terway enjoying the scenery and
hospitality of .the countryside.
"Americans are the mot hos hospitable
pitable hospitable people on earth," says
Scott, his brown eyes glowing
with warmth as he looks back
on the pleasant days spent in he
United States.
At Palm Beach, Scott found a
job, so the New Silver Gull stay
ed there for five months. Then the
Scotts cruised down the islands to
Trinidad, then to Curacao and on
to Panama.
Just how long they will stay in
Cristobal is uncertain, but they ex expect
pect expect to be here at least a monh.

Af er that tnev Plan 10 irann,.

tralian spotted gum. a particular the ( anal and sail from ainoa

ly hardy wood, and is covereu wun ior Mie ,,B,"""n- "7"
Douglas fir. She haa a Willys jeer they will yf- Tahiti and other is-

Douclas fir. Sh haa a Willv

en sine the third one so far this

voyage.

Mrs. Scett la a registered
nurse. During their last visit to
the lthmus, she worked at Gor
gas Hospital as "special."
While her husband wet making
extensive repairs en the boaf.
Piertide habitues of Balboi
Yacht Club grew accustomed to
the sight of her trim white uni
formed figure climbing out of a
dinghy at odd hours on her way
10 wo.

lands of the South Pacific on their

way home to Australia.
Wednesday night the Scotts ap appeared
peared appeared ai guests of Panorama
Spotlight of CFN-TV.
They showed some of the 100o
slides they have taken on their
trip, and touched on a few of-the
manv adventures they have hd.
They will be available for lec lectures
tures lectures daring their stay on the lath-

mus.

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Other benefits, which will b.
come applicable after one yea yea-are
are yea-are that of optional retirement. A
man can retire at age 82 with
five years service, at 60 with 20
years service and at 55 with :i0
years service.
"In other words, if you have tne
length of service, you can choose
when you want to retire," sairl
Ruddock.
There are still pension benentg
if a man chooses to leave the serv service
ice service of the government before rev
tiring age, but if he has less than
five years servicP he is only en

titled to have back in a lump sunt

the money he has paid in.

Ruddock declared that the
pension received now would be'
twice that received under Nwt
Cash Relief Act, which in any
case had no provisions for wid widows
ows widows and children.
In answer to a question. Rud

dock said part-timers would be eli

gible for pension rights if the

were employed regularly, no mat

ter how many hours they worked
per week.

In the case of a wife working

and dying, one questioner asked,

would the husband receive a pen pension?
sion? pension? Ruddock replied that if the

husband was disabled and receiv received
ed received more than ha'f of his maintea-

ance from his wife, he would re

ceive a pension, utnerwis. he

would not. slS

WORLD TRAVELERS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scott of Sydney, Australia, say that Amer Americans
icans Americans are the most hospitable' people In the world. The Scotts have just completed 34,000
. miles in their yacht, covering both coasts of the United States and Canada. They are now
In Cristobal Yacht Club refitting for the next stage of their trip to the Marquesas and home.
(U.S. Army Photo).

PC Local Raters
Younger Than
US Colleagues
Panama Canal Company Leeeli
Raters are younoer then their
U.S. collsagues. The average lo-ci-r'e
employe Is 41 years
old, the average U.S.- emplove
j 44 rCrdi"n to the eurrnt
issue of th. Panama Canal Re Review.
view. Review. Among the loceljt' tAH
ployes, 2119 were In the 41 41
year bracket. In the U.S. greua,
there were more employes (491)
in the 44 to 50 year age-group
than in any other lnil a
bracket. Of th locality em employes,
ployes, employes, 46 full-time an 4$ part
ti-n employes were 20 years)
old or yonnper, while 13 of t.Wi
full time U. S. employes and If
part time employes were 20 at
younger.

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MANNERS AND
Sir:-

I was at tbe basketball game attended by "Panamanian Sports Sportsman
man Sportsman tMail Box, Sept. H) ana agree with him that the hard-iought
victory aiuieveu by Army Atlantic was won fairly, with genuine
sportsmanship displayed by the playtrs of both sides. Unfortunate Unfortunately,
ly, Unfortunately, however, I cannot agree with nis appraisal of the attitudes dis displayed
played displayed by the coach ana supporters of the victors.
It was apparent to many of us at that game who supported
Army Atlantic that some of our non-playing colleagues were either
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too lull oi Deer or too unuiscipiineu ui waitu u. mu, .fvium-u-like
manner the exciting see-saw battle that took place.
I think team spirit is a fine thing, and 1 have no doubt our team
annrpriait.1 the vociferous suDoort nentrated by the spectaotrs. I

also be!iee a coach should give his team all the pep-talks and en encouragement
couragement encouragement he can and ours certainly did that!
But I also am convinced that neither the coach nor the support

ers need to go to the extreme displayed in this game, ine oeer oeer-drmking
drmking oeer-drmking rowdy who was kicked out had it coming And I was per personally
sonally personally embarassed by the coach, whose blasts at the referees and
opposition alike were obviously designed to impress the grandstand
rather than to encourase his players.
As far as I'm concerned (and I' just as happy as anyone that
we on), the irate gentleman described by "Panamanian Sports Sportsman"
man" Sportsman" as "tubbv" was doing the cause- of sportsmanship a good turn
by tailing spade a spade with so-th pretty offensive characters.
1 don't know, eithe", what the conversations with the beer-drinking
spectftor and the fighting coach consisted of. but 1 know what
I'd have said.
Army Atlantic Supporter.

STONE'S
Sir:-
ThM-a io a verse in the Good
effect.: "Let him who is without
Si Tivoli guest house waiter
u'Uiik h l.orl fi hp rtnnUhpd

Without excusing him, I would like to make if known that 75
Torrent of the Tivoli's patrons have turned themselves into agents

of seme snrt. They all seem to be slaying detectiver, trying to catch
a waiter cheating on a dime.
I do net know how many of these patrons are totally without
sin and therefore in a spiritual position to cist a stone at the waiter.
To those who, regrettably, do. not find themselves 100 percWit imma immaculate
culate immaculate of conscience I suggest they ccme! to the Tivoli, eat their food,
and stop playing detective, ...
Should the waiter .-heat on some small sum, at si least improves
his salarv. Some of the diner-detectives make between $20 and $30
day. The waiier makes $1.50, out of which he has to pay back
30 cents for subsistence.
So. without condening dishonesty, I ask the $30-a-day guests to
admit to enough human failings to give them second thoughts about
casting tht first stone at a $1.20-a-day waiter.
.. t Honest Crook.

, PAINT SHOP MORALE
'Sir:
The Rodman paint shop department, in the shadow of the on on-duty
duty on-duty deaths of four of its employes, is carrying on with morale at
a level which is small credit to employer-employe relations in the
department.
1 believe that the twin causes of economy and efficiency would
both be sen'ed -if the atmosphtre were improved to the point where
employes did not look on their Work as mere drudgery.
Granted that efficiency and economy, and also safety, are prime
conspirations in any such operation, but for these qualities to be
achieved to the full there must also be a feeling among employes
that deveotion to duty will be recognized and appreciated. With the
possible exception of Napoleon. Overbearing little men in high
places can be slow to recognize devotion to duty adequately.
I suggest that if the employes of the Rodman paint shop found
them selves, able' togo about their daily tasks without the corroding
fear of economic insecurity it hardly matters whether this fear
is well founded or not the targets of economy, efficiency and safe safety
ty safety would be brought within easier range To give the workers a
feeling of social wellbeing would be a key step in this directoion.
At the risk of seeming an unusual type of employe, L must left
it be kn .v n that. I do not attain this feeling of wellbeing through'
being subjected to profane language.
Democratic.

C.F.N.
Sir:-

I want to give credit to CFN radio's news announcers. There
are people who write the Mail Box criticizing their pronunciations,
but I like these CFN announcer because they speak the best Eng English
lish English in the world American English. Those critics who put so
much (Luck by the King's Or Queen's) English should take a couple
of minutes to think that two English kings, George I and George II,
ruled the country without being able to speak any kind of English.
They were Germaris.
As for the college-educated Americans who think tbeir own pro pronunciation
nunciation pronunciation is sc superior to that of CFN's GIs, let them bear in mind
that US Presidents Washington, Jackson. Van Buren, Taylor, Fill Fillmore,
more, Fillmore, Lincoln. Johnson. Cleveland, McKinley and Truman all man managed
aged managed to become the First Citizen of the nation without a college education.-Indeed,
it is said that Andrew Jackson never spent a day in
school in his life.'
But there i? one thin? the CFN Jues should remember. It is that
the two B't, baseball and boxing are the greatest sports in the
world bar none. There is an individual whose voice sounds as if he
is in his twenties, but whose deeds are those of an old man, who
will cut in just before the third out of a tense inning to shout that
TV is off the air, or something.
Then after the game, when the Stateside announcer is giving the
other scores for the day, he cu's off these interesting results to bring
some sort of program called Hot, or Pot Shot. Tsk. fsk.
Ginger Know AH.

GUILLERMO E. CEDERO, M.D.
Former reeidenf physician at Gorjras Hospital
Medical Service, and at present, Chief of the
Medical Servioe at Jose Domingo de Obaldia
Hospital, in David, Chiriqui, takes pleasure in
announcing the opening af his private office, for
the practice of Internal Medicine.
Ctlle 3 de Nov., eequina C Stir.
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P. 0. Box 271, David.
Hours: 4:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Tka enarh Ahmtmum
hi wholly c Hda-ial

Impatient if ippm rkt
limited to on paf e It net h.
in strictest eeetidence
SPORTSMANSHIP
THROW
Book that says something to this
sin cast the first stone.
was caught in a dishonest act, for
ENGLISH

Bv VICTOR Rl ESEL
I give it ta you aa at

President Eisenhower Virtually
roared his anger over the long list
of arson murder, voilence and oth
er crimes committed by under underworld
world underworld powers who have seeped into
strong umons.
Only recently the President told
his Secretary of Labor James Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, to prepare the strongest oe-
cial labor message possible. This
win be dispatched to the new C m
gress early in January. President
Eisenhower, not an amateur at tne
clashing of men and funs, told in
timates that it was unbelievable
that such racketering could exist
and that he wanted laws for
which he personally could fight
Mr. Eisenhower said that he
would give, such laws ton priority.
He would fight for them with the
vigor shown In his camapign for
reorganization of the Pentagon anj
in his dnvp for his foreign aid
program. And even this early
Jim Mitchell is beginning to plan
sucn a labor message.
But long before the President
swings into this battle against
the looters, the raw piracy of
those who have invaded some u
nions will become a noisome ca
paign ittu. This was obvious to
those who sat in two tightly clos closed,'
ed,' closed,' off the record aeSfioni of the
Republican National Committee
in Chicago's Hotel Blackstone.
Thosa wore hold on Tuesday af afternoon,
ternoon, afternoon, Aug. 24, and Wednes Wednes-day
day Wednes-day morning, Aug 27.
There was no talk of any con
sequence about fighting, unions
There was talk, however, of how
to meet the counter-attack of union
chiefs and the funds contributed
by these officials to the Democrats.
Of course, it was the consestts:
that they make an issue of the
corruption discovered by the Mc
Clellan Committee.
But this will be a two narty
issue in this two-party system of
ours. The Democrats aren't going
to sit by and catch it without pitch
ing some themselves. Democratic
National Chairman Paul Butler
said recently:
"The Democratic Party has re
frained from making oojitical ca
pital out of the fact that .labor
leaders who have engaged in
corruption and embezzlementhave
been supportine candidates nomi
nated by the Republican Party,
But it is difricult to maintain such
a polcy if the Republican Party
is to misuse the testimony be "ore
the McClellan Committee to at attack
tack attack union leaders who have sup supported
ported supported Democratic candidates."
But while both parties are at
tacking crooked labor chiefs,
someone should cry out against
those really responsible for per
raiting some unions to become the
private money boxes of the mobs.
Someone has, in fact, started to
place the blame quite frankly
right on the rank-and-file whe'e
much of it belongs.- That someone
is Arthur Goldberg, who is, in ef effect,
fect, effect, labor's own attorney general
as specil counsel to the AFL
CIO Practices Committee.
The other day Mr. Goldberg de
nounced wh?t he called "slot ma machine
chine machine unionism."
The erudite crusading counse counselor
lor counselor said it on Labor Day and
it would be desecrating deeMey
to lose his remarks because of the
great American weekend:
"Decant and honest 'bread 'bread-and
and 'bread-and butter' trade unionsim' can,
unless nurtured by a dedicated
leadership and an activa and en enlightened
lightened enlightened membership, degener degenerate
ate degenerate into what I choose to cail cail-'slot
'slot cail-'slot machine unionism', which
may readily result in a tolera toleration
tion toleration of corruption and racketeer racketeering
ing racketeering domination of a labor u u-nlon.
nlon. u-nlon. "When union members regard
their unions solely as slot machines
which may pay back a quarter
for each nickel invested, or as an
insurance policy that can be ob
tained at little cost, then they are
devaluating their unions and
preparing the way for their betray betrayal
al betrayal by leaders devoid of moral
standards and senseless to their
higher obligations to their menu
bers and to the public.
". .In my opinion, where cor
ruption exists in a union, respon
sibility rests not alone with the
leadership but, equally, if not ori ori-msrily,
msrily, ori-msrily, with the union member membership.
ship. membership. "A certain recipe for corruption
in the leadership is lethargy in the
membership. Union members tend
to get the sort of leadership they
deserve. Frankly, they have often
gotten better leadership than their
degree of participation would sag.
gest they deserve."
It's about time the rank-and-file
membershin did the revolutionary
thing. Break the chains which bind
you to your television sets. Get
Into the fight others are making
for you or you'll wind uo as every everybody
body everybody does who toys with slot ma machinesa
chinesa machinesa loser.

ii i n aaia -jamiia

M p

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By

Scoops, Snoops and Oops (My
nnrane is chnwinffl- Wilh pier-liner

ignorance is showing): With elec
tion upcoming, word is out to
lock up the town. .Newest chor
ine kick: billiards. Someone told
'em it makes their arms more
supple. (To hold you better
with?). .Quite a swimming
party in Hollywood for Van Cli
burn before he left for Brussels
Grant Gaither tossed it at his
home. .Quebec nationalists rais raising
ing raising a bankroll for a campaign lor
the province to secede from Can Canada
ada Canada and the Commonwealth and
go it alone as a French speaking
independent republic. .Robert Q.
Lewis' definition of a gal on a
diet: The shape of things to go.
It's the Way the C r a e k e r s
Crunch: The whole town turned
out for the 51st birthday blowout
of genial Joe Eckhouse, Gimbel's
beloved executive head and New
York's most popular bachelor. .
Ted Miller, prexy of Florida's Se Sebastian
bastian Sebastian Gardens, thinks my line
about not liking fish was a typo,
so he's airmailing me a ireezer
full of blue fish and flying lo lo-New
New lo-New York to prepare it for me.
(So here's an invite to my friends
to qome to a blue fish diuner. I'll
eat steak.).. .Ever notice that
European cars get smaller and
European actresses bigger?.
Francoise Sagan, the problem child
of the lady novelists, is now writ writing
ing writing rock 'n' roll ditties for Paul
Anka, a 16-year-oid French sing singer.
er. singer. .Vaughn Monroe's descrip description
tion description of an alcoholic: "A guy who
drinks in moderation or anv
where."
Give Me an Inch (And I'll take
two columns): While .Ii mmv Hnf.
ta is sweating it out in Washing-
wit ueiore tne senate probers
teamster vice president Harold
Gibbons was spending a couple
of weeks at a seminar in Aspen,
Co'o., exchanging high level ideas
with high level citizen?, including
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Wil
liam urennan. Some
English

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LEE MORTIMER
publications inferential criticiz-
Prinpoea Maa ft "llirtir,
ing Princess Meg for "flirting
wuh servicemen when she re reviews
views reviews the troops. .Newest trade
term in TV is "Fantastic" (a
noun like "Spectacular"), referring
to a certain type of show such
as "World of Giants" in which
Marshall Thompson plays a six
inch man. Rita Haywoiin buimg
at Aly for teaching their daugh daughter
ter daughter Yasmin to bet on the ponies.
. .Ricardo Montalban trying to
learn the chopstick routine at the
Jade Palace. .Doris Duke com commissioned
missioned commissioned agent George Greif to
find a Coast nightclub for her to
purchase. Does she want to star
a certain piano player there?.
. .Karen Hansen, the switch hit
lovely, who recently switched from
comics Georgie jessel and Sue
E. Lewis to comic Marty Allen,
of Allen and DeWood, made a
surprise flight into New York
ana put the zinger into a couple
of other romances Allen had go going
ing going here.
It's How the Pickle Dills: Er
rol Flynn working on an album
to be entitled "Bawdy Songs of
the South Paci.ic." . .Josef
Schneider, famed American fotog.
was flown to Sweden to do por portraits
traits portraits of Crown Prince Carl Gus Gus-tave's
tave's Gus-tave's family, and I bet they
left out. Prince Bertil and his long
time English sweetheart, Lillian
Craig, nee Lillian Davies, erst erstwhile
while erstwhile showgal and gal about Lon
don. ..Low valiers' preay uaua
ter, Barbara, wasn't getting lega'
advice from Roy M. Cohn at Ed Eddie
die Eddie Condon's jazz club. . .Mary
Astor's biog will be published
Jan. 8 and until then some guys
I know will keep their fingers
crossed. (But It's harmless.). .
Honeymoon's over, says comic
Jackie Kannon, "when a married
couple buys balcony seats to
smoke instead if smooeh."
Chick Chat: American lawyers
in London taking depositions in
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
ef 1th St.

the explosive Preminger matrimo-
kin r ,. ,

nial blowup. Two English models
ana a trench woman were cited
by Mary Preinger, and Otto nam
eu ivncnaei nenme. .nty poor
aneua Keynoids. The singer'3
goi so many of ers, she doesn't
know what to do. Would like her
first legit, Floria Vestoff's "West
44tn, but prior engagements may
scuttle it. .British Doreen Lord,
the "Gal in the Champagne
Glass" at the New York Latin
Quarter two years ago, will plane
into New York to give the local
wolves one last chance before
Pan-Aming to Malaya of all
places .Men Who watch" Bri Bri-gitte,
gitte, Bri-gitte, fidget.
Even Rivers Run Dry (But not
me): Remember the lovely Mer-
ccues-peiiz me management of the
Vegas Riviera gave Liberace as
a going away present? I hear
they reclaimed it. exDlaininp it
was just a publicity stunt. . A
street in Greenwich Village wend
ing its way confusingly without
one block being straight, is ap appropriately
propriately appropriately named Gay Street. .
When I first niet Murray. Kor
man, he was Broadway's, leading
Photographer of cuties clad in cu cuticle,
ticle, cuticle, taking the publicity photos
for most of the big musicals and
lavish cabarets that decorated the
Stem in those days. All the
wolves haunted his anteroom at
47th and 7th, for there csine the
most beautiful babes on earth,
so it was a surprise to me to
find him gone bucolic, taking pic pictures
tures pictures of the mink -coated lovelies
at the Concord with his new
partner Gil Ross. .Mamie Van
Doren, who's been in Italy for
some time, hasn't called Ray An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. .Town Restaurant has a
Salvador Dali cocktail. Two snorts
and you wind up on the canvas.
I'm Just a Square (from Co-
jumDus uirciei: Bobo Rockefeller
aired er boyfriend Gaston jiig
mund-in Europe. .Aside to Sol
Hurok: I. A. Moisvv ,k..
! dance group appeared hero
der your sponsorship, has just
been awarded the Order of Len Lenin
in Lenin as a payoff for the flori'ication
of Russia that resulted from his
recent American tour. .Jackims
As'OTtted up the phoned at the
Jade Palace for an hour, calling
from Europe to persuade Lyda
Fairbanks, the heiress singer to
nun m pannes, ivo soap
What goes with the Sam Spie Spie-gels?
gels? Spie-gels? Bet y returned here alone.
-On thing Khrushchie missed
by not coming to the UN session
was the ood at the Cafe Impe Imperial,
rial, Imperial, down the block. (It's too
kuuu ror mm anyway.) ....Walter
S!ezak says American women
are always annealing. (For more
money.). .Bway success story:
Linden, ho. male lead :n
Bells Are Ringing," was a sax
player with Sammy Kaye not
long ago.-. .Diamond is 'he h-
est substance. (Especially when
a guy tries to get it back from
a gal.)
Let's Leave Wpii Vnnnot, n...
Dont they ever stop, I mean
Babs Hutton's newest is a reprise
with Prince Henri d'Avvron
wooed her or? von CM mm
Magda Lupescu (and I wonder
what became of her) is Tying to'
stop her stepson, ex-King Michael
O Rumania, from publishing a
sizzling bio that will feature too
many personal 'hings about her
and King Carol. ."Sir" Doug
Fairbanks Jr. rennrtit hi. vino In.
to New York's Blackstone HoteL
. .JEflward ("My Fair Lady")
Mulhare showed un at Gian Ma
rino's with Erich Remarque's
daughter Diane. (I didn't know
ne was old enough. I mean K
rich.), .Overheard at Gaston's:
"Mv boss ix verv hiitlnxslUr.
Hei only makes passes during

working hours."

WASHINGTON The moat sis-

nificant test of liberalism vs. cou
servatism in the nation is now tak taking
ing taking nlace in Florida in thu knur
down dragrout raee between ex
Sen. Claude PeDoer and Sec.
Spessard Holland, both alleied
Democrats. The outcome may
show a signi icant trend for the
nation
Thia summer there hav. hn
two election, in TTrn.nd Ten!
nessee which scon, mportant
victories for liberals. i. Albert
Gore of Tenneasee beat a rondt.
tti SCir wi,"; I,.:..

all kindT of "RepubiTc.n.Dixira't ?ed bank 5"J,2 Tni, Tni,-money;
money; Tni,-money; while in Texas, Sen. Ralph 1 bul.Tfon LiC!u.nd5J2 I-

Yarborough beat not only Dixie
crat money but the oil crowd and
its candidate, ex Sen. William
Blakley of Braniff Airways.
These two tests of liberals vs.
conservatives, though important,
are nowhere near as clean-cut its
the Florida showdown where one
of the strongest backers of we
New Deal, Claude Pepper, is
challenging Senator Holland, idol
of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce
in a primary vote Sept. 9, wh.ch
is equivalent to election.
The issue is twofold: 1. McCar McCar-thyism.
thyism. McCar-thyism. 2. Conservatism.
PALMETTO MCCARTHY r
Holland has used the old tech
niques perfected by the late Sen
ator from Wisconsin, which the
Miami News labels "Palmetto Mc Mc-Carthyism,"
Carthyism," Mc-Carthyism," by digging up a jm jm-to
to jm-to o Pepper with Vice President
Henry Wallace and the Negro
singer, Paul Robeson, taken at a
Madison Square rally Feb. 12. 19-48
when Russia still ranked as a
friendly ally and when General
Eisenhower had just returned from
being feted in Moscow.
The nhoto. toeether with an at
tempt to make Pepper a great
friend of the Negro, is being cir circulated
culated circulated throughout Florida by the
"fHtlMfh ("nrnmittpp fnr UnUanH 11
headed by Gen. Sumpter Lowry of
xampa, ana win De an important
test of whether guilt by associa association
tion association still can be used effectively
in a political campaign.
In the Senate, no two men
could have been more the oppo
site than Pepper and Holland
ft
New
Pepper was not only a backer of:
ew Deal re'orms, but a close
new ueai re orms, dui a ciose
personal friend of President Roose
,islt 1.1- haA r,(,. .,( Un YXfUif a
velt. He had entree at the White
nouse at almost any nour oi the
Aav fipnnnnilv If on1 AI ITTlP'c in.
timate Sunday-night suppers, and
was a brilliant defender of the
President on thP Senate floor.
His votes Were pro labor, antt
big business. He also introduced
much of the public health legisla
non wmcn iea to tne national
Health Institute, an act which
has won the tindvine onnosition of
the doctors' lobbyj though not of
the research specialists.
mo ann s wmn rprnrn na nn
exactly the opposite. He helped
keep the fair labor clause out of
the highway bill, worked privately
urllh Raprptarv Itpncnn fnr flnVi-
....... ......uui. ..Jl mwm
ble price supports on farm com-
iiiuuuics, uiiitioiij yi dincu tuc a j-
pointment of Richard Mack to the
TTnHornl PAmmnnipatinne rnmniic
sion, though Mack was later fore
ea to resign lor a coniuct oi inter
est.
HOLLAND'S LAW CLIENTS
You will find one extremely in
teresting bill, S. 2880, which he in
troduced in 1957 to amend the
Pure Food and Drug Act to "ex "exempt
empt "exempt from labelling any pesticide
chemic.ils used to spray agrirul
tural commodities." This would
mean that the public would not
know whether the fruit it ate was
sprayed vith DDT or other chemi
cals now found to be poisonous'
and dangerous.
Holland introduced this bill for
the aid of Florida citrus fruit
growers, now heavy backers of
his re-election. The bill also helo-
ed some of his law clients. Ameri American
can American Cyanamid. which retains (he
Holland law firm, manufactures
pesticide chemicals. Holland also
represents Ridge Growers, Inc.
Roping and Riding
across 6 Honor
1 Cowfcis rope Ir0Mn wat
Rope with Parents
running noose ..'r
11 Penetrates Authntle
13 Happens anew J J n th?
H Tropical bird forced air
15 Thoroughfare "rough nose,
16 Sorrowful nors
17 Part of a
i.i ucmousn
hangman's
rope
18 Beverage
20 Those who
concur
22 Floor cover
25 Nullify
20 Bread spread
30 Organ of
hearing
33 Repute
34 Short-necked
river duck
35 Expire
36 Horseback
game
37 Vends
39 Suppresses
41 Outstrips, as
in a race
44 Hoot
47 Stair part
18 Old English
tab.)
20 Father of
Orpheus
21 Slants
wiMi.irtwi
23 Nautical term 40
24 Genuine 42
26 False god
27 Girl's 43
plaything
22 folding beds
rtnoa oi time kr
31 Dress
53 Time of year
55 Dins
56 African fly
If Ret
SB piiy heat te
DOWN
1 Permits
2 Small wild
ox of Celebes
I Horse kept
for breeding
4 Dry, as wins
Citrus fruit
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FTP "mm non

kr
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which would benefit tfrom the lab lab-elling
elling lab-elling exemption.
Though Holland has done a kt
of favors for the Eisenhower 1 1-ministration,
ministration, 1-ministration, they did not go atoug
with him 4 ki food and dru
chaace. The Aeti i ,""....ur

Health, Education and Welfare, K
tu Richardson, ruled that n
TT CT-1 f "C
"u'u permit preservative che-
aM wMe? Sh''
, to the purchaser r .SLi
I Th.bmfl? "1
i In in uZuX
' Jrr ,ina mtrodm
k.. uTiV :T"U wucea a n-
K.iPfJ.PtPPer.
aa insurance i
iZ Z 10 join in
Ine th h i
What Holland didn't tell PenDer-
tvlV'L wa.s bill I wouTd"
have benefited one his law
wh1S' t0f F,0rida Nations Bank
WHICH 1 InoataJ ,..-,TlPl
ity of f1"-
5M iVmn cies under
X Population would aualifv t
HollSM business. "However
nmS. "? Illation figure just
enough to include hi,' Barrow
SENATE LOBBYISTS
mldhee
waiter Johnson and John -M.Zli'
onto the .Senate floor 1'
This was the first time in ion
tAuT6" 2?,embered m Cap! Cap!-pi
pi Cap!-pi i1 Was HoUand's fight to give
$12,500,000 in
9 1 Aeronautics Board and other
legators opposed it.
Anougn Holland preaches econo economy
my economy and ha. nnnj
farmer kTSLZXSBVSmm.
le in 41 Vi am neverthe-iS".ec.-C.l0?ed-d0r
""ion of
sTdTaf; p,eid?d for &
sidy as a "personal thing."
mese are the contra t in tu
bitter Florida sMf?rfl. 4,18
Money has been poured in to re
e,ect Holland from the Florida Dh
,v" "uuana irom tne Florida Du
' ponts. Arthur Davis of the Alu
I minilm rnrn..tl. m "
ST"? orP?rtio. Charles Pay Pay-Jock
Jock Pay-Jock w0nr",n1raw of Ambassador
T?Jimi Jan?M Rntfof Re.
ah TdJNorthern br"
flL Tte. oddg tod? r on Hoi.
inH kth-KPi;eM' tBe big mon,.yt
ftsmaSB
The first Of th inventions
which revolutionized shoe
manufacturing came in 1845,
almost the first improvement
in the process Used from the
time of anciertt Egyptian shoe-
makers. The rolling machine
took the place of the lapstone
and hammer with which the
, shoemakers had pounded and
toughened leather.
Encyclopedia Britannia
Answef to PrevI
26 God of love
31 Threetoed
sloth
32 Petition
58 Ride in a
44 Orrhecfr
45 siouan Indial
46 Auditory 7
48 Royal Italian
family name
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appellation
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Sec'ty. Benson Sees LS Automobile Industry Hit
Republican Victory !gy New Onslaught Of Strikes

In West Virginia

WELLSBURG, Va. CUPI)
Agriculture Secretary Exra T.
Benson said yesterday "t lest
21 government officials of the
Truman administration wera e e-tutlly
tutlly e-tutlly convicted" but that no of official
ficial official has been convicted in the

Eisenhower administration.

Rpnson told a Reoublican meet-

ins that there "were at least 20

senarate scandals" in the Tru

man administration, -mere were

indictments, trials ana con vie
tions he said.

In addition to inose inai were

convicted, Benson said, hundreds
more resigned from government

service.

Mc MiiRRK CALDWELL, director of the Fort Kobbe Service Club, shows lobby display of
IIHBSSSt at the club to WW. Lloyd Byers, master of ceremonies

t the festival.

DJ Divr Ac iCan n fanlU Gypsies Cry Theft

ixcuj rviui w D. i fAM

Presents new uhkuiuuuii ,mnAlind rah Hoard

HIWVW"" w

PARIS (UPI)-Gen. Charles de
Gaulle offered his new constitution
for a strongly governed Fifth Re Republic
public Republic to the French p e o
"ast night in a mammoth street
rally arred by he worst out outbreak
break outbreak oi Communist noting since
he came to power.
De Gaulle, invading the working
quarter to speak in the Place de
la Republique, warned an esti estimated
mated estimated throng' of 100,000 .ut
Kance could "perish" unless the
state is given sufficient strength
and presage.
He declared that his proposed
constitution, to be voted on in a
n.iir rpfei-endum aept.

would give France a "government
which is made to govern.'
De Gaulle, however, said that
what his, government had in mind
was a Republican regime for
France ami no a dictatorship as
claimed by leftists.

we
the

tablished for the people that
are and in the century and

world we are in.
It will provide, he declared:
"Effective direction."

"A national arbiter" above po

litical squabbles.

"A government which is maae
to govern."
"A parliament destined to rep represent
resent represent the political will of the na nation",
tion", nation", and which will not try "to
get outside its role."
That the government and par parliament
liament parliament will work together, but
will remain separated without
duplicate membership.

The new constitution released
yesterday was the wors oi De
Gaulle and his closest collabora collaborators.
tors. collaborators. It was submitted to a 39 39-member
member 39-member "constitutional consults
tive committee" in August, and

later to the Council of Nate,
France's highest legal body.

Reds JDemenstraU
u,.t th nowprful bi French

Communist Patty -countered with
its first show of feree since De
Gauile rode to the premiership
June 1 on the crest? P. the right right-wing
wing right-wing 1!(AlgieM.; revolt..- m jh
Thirty minutes bcStofeDe Gaulle
began speaking yesterday evening
thousands of Communist shock
troops icarged into police on flie
north side of fhe giant square on
the east end Of Paris.
The Communist mob, estimated
at aoout 100.000. clashed with a
force of 10,000 riot police specially

mobilized for the Occasion.
The Reds, holding cards saying
"no to the constitution" crashed
their way through a first line of
pol'ce liriguig the giant square. It
took reinforcements o' tough re republican
publican republican security guards to push
them, back. '
The rioting started and ended
quickly. By the. time De Gaulle
s ar ed sneaking, quiet had been

restored.
One group of Communist demon demonstrators
strators demonstrators was badly mauled by De
Gaulle suppor '.ers in the crowd be before
fore before they, were taken into custody
by police and whisked off to jail.
The text of his constitution
which, if accepted, will set up the
Fifth French Republic since the
1789 revolution had been released
earlier.
It will give the president ex expected
pected expected to be De Gaulle himself
perhaps, more power than the
president of the United States in
an e fort to give this nation a
stable government.

Outlines Constitution
Outlining the constitution,;' De
Gaulle declared:
"This constitution has been es-

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WASHINGTON, (UPI) -...nryiont
vpciorrlav eased

pain of paying taxes for 31 mm
Americans who earn up to f 10,000
a year.

US Foreign Trade
Drops Back 20

WASHINGTON (UPI) The

Commerce Department reported
yesterday that U. S. foreign tra
in the first half of 1958 dropped
back nearly 20 per cent under the
peak rate established in the same

period last year.
The department said a major
reason for the decline was solution
of the 1956 Suez Canal crisis
which had resoled in "unsustain "unsustain-ably
ably "unsustain-ably high levels" of raw materials
shipments to Western Europe and
the Far East .early in 1957.
The Bureau of Foreign Com Commerce
merce Commerce said export trade in the

first six months of this year was
at an annual fate of $16,600,000, $16,600,000,-000.
000. $16,600,000,-000. This is about the level or
the same period of 1956 but well
below the $205,00,000,000 rate in
the first six months of 1957. There
were indications the trend was
ha'ed bjr the end of June, ....
U. S; imports also declined.
They hjt an mural rate -erHteA
600 000,000 in He six month

period,, compared Wl'h $13,100,1

uwww lor the last tlx months of
de drop, in imports was at at-tr
tr at-tr ju'edt in, large part to the re-

The Internal revenue service
announced that persons in this
bracket could pay their income
taxes simply by filling out a small
card instead of laboring through
a long four-page form.
But taking the easy way out
could cost some tapxayers money.
The service said that if taxpay taxpay-.
. taxpay-. u;aniiri tn take deductions for

hucinps pxnenses, dividend

credits, sick pay and credit for
estimated tax payments, theyl)
have to use the long form.

Prior to the ruling, wnicn is ap applicable
plicable applicable to 1958 incomes, only per persons
sons persons with incomes undei $5,000
could use the card form, a punch
card about the size of a bank
check with 15 questions to be an answered.
swered. answered. Revenue Commissioner Russell
C. Harrington said the new card
may be used by any taxpayer who
has a total income of less than
$10,000 consisting of wages as re
ported by the person's employer,
or has received no more than $200
in dividends, interests and wages
not subject to witholding during
the year.
Husband and wife can make

jout returns an this simple man

ner proviaea ineir jaui unwu
under the limit.
The ntw form is called 1O40A.

By using it the taxpayer claims
an automatic 10 per cent deduc deduction
tion deduction allowed by law for personal
expenses such as contributions,
medical expenses and interest
payments.
If allowable deductions over 10
per cent are claimed, the taxpay taxpayer
er taxpayer must use the regular long

form.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI)

ni, fnriav rniinted sacks Of Castt

toH frnm a fortune teller

iuui,r,v .

after two gypsy Dromers nruusu..
charges of embezzlement of the
tribal "crown jewels" and $120,w
in cash.
George Adanvo of California,
who said he was a prince of his
tribe, and his brother, Frank,
brought the charges against their
sister's husband and his father
and mother.
George Adamo said his sister,

Princess Katy Adams, was critical
ly ill. She underwent an operation
here several months ago, and
hordes of gypsies came from all

over tne nation 10 De wuu ura.
Adamo said her husoand, Steve
Adams, of nearby Bessemer, aban abandoned
doned abandoned her in California when she
lost her voice and was unable to
support him any longer. Adams
then returned home.

The husband of the princess, his
mother, Nana Adams, better
known as "Madam La Marr," and
his father, George Adams, con converted
verted converted to their own use her for fortune
tune fortune and nrooerty. Adamo laid.

He said his sister had given the
valuables to him "in trust" when
she became ill.
The two Adamos- obtained search

warrants yesterday and sptnt

several hours going through the

dwelling where "Madam La Marr

tells fortunes.

They returned to headquarters
with numerous sacks and tins of
money, a pair of gold and ruby
bracelets and long gold earrings
which Adamo said were "family
heirlooms."

But "br way of contrast and

what a contrast it is there has
not been a single indictment, trial
or conviction of even one official

of the Eisenhower admlnistra

tion." Benson said.

The secretary saia tnat mieg-

rity in government will be a key

issue in the fall elections.

He said other issues in tne No

vember congressional elections

would be peace, fiscal integrity,

taxation, Communism, prosperity,

free enterprise and agriculture.

He eave the Eisenhower admin

istration a good score card on all
of these issues.

"I see a Republican House as
a t. t.aa.

a very aeiiniie postiDiuiy ucai
January," he said. "I firmly be

lieve" the opposition Democrats'

are in for tome shocks, he

added.

"I am confident," the secretary
said, "they are going to lose sev several
eral several seats in the farm belt."

Benson said West Virginia will
be "the key battleground state"

in the fight for control of the Sen

ate. It it the only state that will
elect two senators this year nd

now has two Republican incum
bents.

DETROIT (UPI) The auto in

dustry, faced with its lowest week

ly car output in a down years,

wat nit oy a new wave w ncuti
yesterday which Idled more than

6,200 workers, .

Walkouts at tne tisner coay ui-

vision of General motors in mar mar-ion,
ion, mar-ion, lnd., the Chevrolet frame and

stamping plant in mm, Mien.,
and Chrysler's Amplex plant in
Detroit ended a brief "truce" pe period
riod period that existed over the holiday
weeke nd.
The Fisher Body walkout idled
3,500 workers, the Chevrolet walk
out 2,500 workers, and the Amplex
walkout 215 workers.
Continuing strike by 2,300 work

ers at the Buick-Oldsmobile-Pon-tiac
plant at Kansas City and by
2,150 workers at two Chrysler
plants in Detroit boosted to 10,665
the number of workers idled by
walkout.
Automotive News, a trade pub

lication, said the series ot stnkes
in the industry plus the holiday
week and changeover to 1959 pro production
duction production will cut car output in the
U.S. to an estimated 13,806 units
this week.
That is the lowest figure re recorded
corded recorded by the industry since tne

CHUCKLE HEAD

Because of the 1958 elections, in
which the state went Republican,
Benson said he was convinced
West Virginia Republicans had no
such word as "defeat" in their
vocabulary.

HI DIDN'T
ST. PETER, 111. (UPI)-Glen F
Gesell crawled from his wrecked
car on U. S. 40 near here yestcr
day and looked at the sign he had

struck.
It aaldr "Stop."
IT'S A BOOM TOWN
FREEPORT, Kan. (UPI)-This
city is growing faster than any

other in Kansas, the Department
of Agriculture reported yesterdv.

The population of Freeport, the
smallest community in the state,

jumped 40 per cent last year

from 19 persons to 32.

week ended March t, IMS, when
12,050 cars were built in the early
days of the return to post-war production.

Chrysler settled one strike at itt

Detroit forge plant Wednesday
night which will enable 5,100

workers to return to their jobs
at five plants in the area.
But the company still is
plagued by strikes of 700 workers
at Imperial assembly and 1.450
workers at Dodge truck, plus the
Amplex walkout.
The Fisher Body strike involved
a company request for workers to
remain on overtime on the second
shift Wednesday. The workers re

fused on grounds there was an un understanding
derstanding understanding no overtime work
would be accepted while layoffs
existed.

Chevrolet frame and stamping
went down at 11:30 a.m., an hour
after United Auto Workers Local
659 delivered an ultimatum to the
company to accept the local's de demands
mands demands with respect to grievance

processing or be struck.
Similar ultimatums were deliv delivered
ered delivered at Chevrolet's V-8 engine and
manufacturing plants at Flint with
an accept or else deadline of 9
a.m. today.
The Chrysler Amplex strike In Involved
volved Involved the assignment of 1959 tool tooling
ing tooling work to vendors.
More than 22,000 workers were

idled by strikes in the industry

last week but the Labor Day holi holiday
day holiday prompted a short lived back-to-work
movement so the hourly hourly-rated
rated hourly-rated employes could qualify for

holiday pay.

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Shakeup Expected

In Top Air Command
At Buenos Aires

POLICf TAKI TO POETRY
ELIZABETH, N.J. (UPI) Fed
up with complaints, officials at
the traffic violations desk at po police
lice police headquarters put up the fol following
lowing following sign over the window:
The tickets were issued,
But not by us.
So don't come here.
And fume and fust.

Deputies counted $15,000 in cur currency
rency currency yesterday and exoeited to
spend most of today adding up the
coins. The three accused quickly
made the $1,500 bonds and denied
the charges.

Quote Unquote

WASHINGTON Defense Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Neil H. McElroy, on the
Formosa crisis:
"Our interest is not to wage
war; it is to deter. It is my judg judgment
ment judgment that if the Chinese (Reds)
are wise they will be de.erred."

VAN BUREN, Ark. George
Hudgins, 17, a Negro studen, on
why he won't return to Van Buren
High School where he has been
harassed by whites:
( "I just can't study in that kind
of atmosphere."

WINSTON SALEM, N.C.-The
Rev. George Dorsett, Ku Klux

Klan chaplain, on a Klan demon

stration against integration of the

Gillespie Park Elementary School

in Greensboro, N.C.:

"Greensboro is our baby and
we're going to rock it to sleep."

BUENOS AIRES (UPI) A

shakeup in Argentina's top air
command confronted the nation
at least temporarily today with
the threat of a rebellion in the
ranks.

Although the motives for the

defiance of authority were ob

scure, it appeared to be at least
in part a protest against the re revival
vival revival of Peronist influence in Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina,
, Air Minister Roberto Huerta
took direct command of the air

force last night after a num number
ber number of air Installations including

fighter command headquarters
here refused to accept hit re replacement
placement replacement of three high officers.
Although ho vilence was re reported,
ported, reported, guards at Argentina's
"White House" and at the Air
Ministry were reinforced. Air

units throughout the country were

confined to barracks pending set settlement
tlement settlement of the situation.
Army and Navy units took no
immediate part in the dispute. An
official spokesman denied reports
that the army had been ordered
to take over airbases where anti anti-Huerta
Huerta anti-Huerta sentiment was running
high.
No reason wat announced for
the replacement of the three gen generals,
erals, generals, but informed sources said
they had opposed an administra

tion plan to restore ex-Interior

Minister Julio C. Krause to a
high air post.

Krause was a leader of the gov

ernment taction whose "soft on

Peronists" policy led to the over

throw in November 1955 of the

late Mai. Gen. Eduaro Lonardi.

who had replaced ousted President

Juan D. Peron two months

earlier.

Ma). Gen. Pedro E. Aramburu,

who succeeded Lonardi, imposed

stern restrictions on Peronist ac

tivity. These controls have been

progressively relaxed by Presi

oeni Arturo vronaizi, who was

elected early this year with Per

onist support.

ADULTS LIKI IT

ANAHEIM, Calif. (UPI)-Walt

Disney tai y esterday his

Disnevland Amusement Park still

is being visited by nearly four
times at many adults as small
fry.

John Cochran 1
Has Deer Trouble

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor

Steve Cochran has a deer on hit
hands he doesn't know what to do
with.

There's no room in the zoo for

the Bine week-old animal, and

it's against California law to do domesticate
mesticate domesticate wild game. So he can't
keep it or give the deer iway.
Cochran said he planted himself
in the middle of the dilemma
when he found the deer near his
home in Cold water Canyon. Her
back leg had been injured.
The actor said the deer looked
so helpless he couldn't shoot her
so he took the animal to a vet.
After treatment, the deer recov recovered
ered recovered but Cochran was to'd he
couldn't release the deer back in into
to into the hills.
Seems she had lost her natural

instincts and would starve.
Cochran said he planned to
keep the doe on his two acres un until
til until something can be worked out.

4s ACTING AROUND Pretty Nfles, Ohio, high achool sopho-i
SnE Jane SchweiUeTrolls herself up to the kitchen stove to
S,d a cake Tn thf oven The l5.year.old. .pending her fourth
and last summer encased in a waist-to-feet jastto correct,
rior leg socket, gets around on the wheeled wooden vehicle
t,,nthY her father She'll attend school by a special telephone
ttKalL But she expects to be back on her feet
fcalXid-winter, attending regular classes, her ordeal over.,

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Airmen On Cyprus

May Shoot To Kill
-3 Are Murdered

NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI) Bri

tain was reported today to have
issued "shoot to kill" orders to
its airmen on this blood-soaked

Mediterranean man d wvern
Greek gunmen have murdered
three British servicemen this
week.
It was not immediately certain
whether similar orders had been
issued to soldiers and sailors.
Well informed sources said the
toughest security directive ever
issued by the,-British air com command
mand command on Cyprus, instructed air airmen
men airmen to "keep your eyes open...
be ready to shoo, at once. ..and
shoot to kill."
Drivers in particular were

warned to keep weapons at hand

at all times. All airmen were

warned to give a .wide berth to

lleys all

GREENWICH, Conn. Tony
Marchand, 14, who was kidnaped
and who wrested- a gun from his
abductor as police closed in:
"I felt much better when I saw
the police cars chasing us. I knew
the police wouldn't let anything
happen to me."

No7Wvingvpartsytowear(mt .

eesilon and -the resulianf iiqjida- corners, doors and alii
Lion of inventories. 'likely sites for ambush.

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Mrs.
Victor Cahill, 53, the first Mist
America, to the girls seeking the
title:
"You'll be Miss America for

only one short year, and then
you'll just be you all the rest of
your life."

Four Captains
Upped To Major

Four captains In U. S. Army
Caribbean have received notifl notifl-catidii
catidii notifl-catidii of their promotion to ma'or,

command headquarters anonm:
ed.
Those promoted were Chanlair

(captain) Richards E. Robinson
and Capt. James A. Gordon, imh
from Puerto Rico; Capt. Charles
E. Jones o." U. S. Army Technical
Service, Pacific and Capt Cheln Cheln-er
er Cheln-er L. Flynn o" the Joint Brazil
ft s Miliv Commission

Knife Found Near
Home Of Stabbed
Couple Examined

NEW YORK (UPI) A blood
stained knife found near he
home in which a Staten Island
couple were stabbed to death un

dergoes tests today by the medical
examiner's office.

The wood. handled knife was
found Wednesday night in a hedge
only 1,000 feet from the home of
Dr. Melvin Nlmer and his wife,
Lore Jean, both 31, who ere
killed early Tuesday while defend defending
ing defending their -year-old son, Melvin
Jr., from an intruder.
Police were attracted to the
hedge by a curious crowd gather
there. Preliminary tes's showd
the dark stains on the blade were
human blood.
Police taid the blade wat long
enough to have inflicted the muli muli-tiple
tiple muli-tiple woundt fatal to the Nimert.
The death of the couple, who
came here only a few weeks ago
from Oreni, Utah, left three child child-ren
ren child-ren orphans.
A second clue on which police

ai nrsi piacea nigh nopes was
ruled out early today. A car stolen
early Monday was found ban
doned several locks from he
murder scene but detectives said
it had "no apparent connection"
with the double slaying.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMRER I, 1151
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RECEPTION AT EMBASSY WILL
MARK INDEPENDENCE OP BRAZIL
Invitations haw been Issued for a reception marking
the Independence of Braiil by the Brazilian Chart de Af Affairs,
fairs, Affairs, Marcel M. Tarrisse de Fontoura and Mr. Fontoura.
The reception will be given at six tomorrow evenlnr at the
Brazilian Embassy.

Panama Symphony Announces
Unusual Concert Next Week
The Panama Symphony will
lve an extraordinary concert
next Friday at 8:30 p.m. at the
National Theater.
, One of Panama's top violin violinists,
ists, violinists, Alfredo de Saint Malo, who
Is known Internationally, will be
soloist, with Walter Myers con conducting
ducting conducting the orchestra. The pro program
gram program will Include works from
Beethoven, Brahms and St. Sa Sains.
ins. Sains. Reservations may be made at
the Department of Fine Arts, 2 2-0258.
0258. 2-0258. Reception Honors Members
Of San Francisco Ballet
The Charge d'Affaires and
firs. R. Austin Acly of the United
States Embassy entertained at
their home in La Cresta last eve

ning honoring members of the

San Francisco Ballet.
The ballet troupe will give per

formances this evening, Sunday
afternoon and Monday evening

at the Rio Theater.

Mrs. Koetcke To Join
Husband In Germany
Mrs. F. Kristin Koetcke and

111 I

daughter Kristy left last week for

Germany to join tneir nuaoana
and father. Lt. Koetcke. who is

on special assignment with the

military ponce in neiaeiDurt neiaeiDurt-They
They neiaeiDurt-They have been visiting here

alnce May with Mrs. Koetckea
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
W. Vinton of San Juan Place.

Durhams Sail Sunday
For New Duty Station
Navy Lt. (jg and Mrs. Jack
nnrham and their daughter

Anne will sail tomorrow aboard

I i r. ".,.,. ,tr flan EVanrls-

wie oam v-i v iv w
n After visitine friends and

relatives in California, they will

sail to Japan for another tour of

overseas duty.

VULCAN AT SHOWS
FARNBOROUGH, England
(UPD A four jet Avro Vulcan of
the RAF Bomber command is
scheduled to be seen t sir shows
3,570 miles apart on both sides of
the Atlantic on one flight. Piloted
by Squadron Leader Donald
Trench Skeen, 34, it will take off
from the Farnborough Air Show
today and fly over the Canadian
International Air Show at Toronto
six and one-half hours later.

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Farewell Party Tonight
Honors Camillus Askew
A large group of friends and
feiinw workers in the dredging

division are expected to attend a

faiwe nartv mis evening at

the'Gamboa Golf Club honoring
rmiiin. T Askew, chief opera

tor of the dredge Mlndi, who is

leaving the Isthmus next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Askew will travel
to Houston and Memphis for a
visit of three weeks, after which
he will fly to Venezuela to Join
the Orinoco Mining Company.
Mrs. Askew will join him later.
A native of Mississippi, Mr. As Askew
kew Askew worked for many years with
the U.S. Engineers In Memphis
before coming to the Zone in
194S. His sevvice here has been
continuous.
The farewell nartv. beginning

at i nm will include a steak

dinner and dancing.

Mrs. Hitchcock To
Entertain DAR Members
Mr William f!. Hitchcock Will

be hostess at a luncheon meeting
nf the Panama Canal chapter of

the Daughters of the American

Revolution next Saturday at ner
home in Curundu Heights. Mem Members
bers Members are invited to bring guests,

and should contact Mrs. mien mien-cock
cock mien-cock at Curundu 2124 or Mrs. D
W. Journeay, Balboa 1691.

SH-H-H-H! It's unusual for Spike Jones to ask for quiet, but
He doesn't want iB:toaby waked up as he and his wife. Helen
Gryct show off their latest offering for the first time in, their
Hollywood Home. Three-week-old Gina Marie has a big brother,
Spike, Jr., 9 and a sister, Leslie, 7.

T Stnftv In Fiiroue

I Miss Erda Kohrig left this
! week for Germany aboard a lin lin-i
i lin-i er of Hamburg-Amerlka Lines.

She plans to enter a scnooi mi
wft4err la nulla cre.S r.nd Interpret

ing in Frankfurt in early Octo

ber.
During her residence In Pana Panama
ma Panama Miss Kohrie was employed

' at the Panama American.

ATTENTION
Vyioih&M- Jo-fiii 9n S&pismbsiA
To celebrate the arrival of the Republic's
Millionth Inhabitant

the Nestle's subsidiary in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Cia. Panameno de Alimen Alimen-tos
tos Alimen-tos Lacteos, S.A. takes pleasure
in announcing a gift of ONE
MONTH'S supply of milk to
ALL babies born on "M" day
throughout the Isthmus. The
only requirement is a doctor's
prescription for any one of the
following products t

LACTOGEN
IDEAL EVAPORATED MILK
PELARGON
NESTOGEN
ELEDON

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NOTE: To be entitled to this offer, the request should be
presented before October 5, 1958.

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NEW IDEA FOR LASTNG LOVELINESS Living Conditions

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in Zone Depicted

In Army Newspaper

Most women who care about

their appearance can rise from

their dressing table, looking a

picture of loveliness, with a
matt complexion and firmly
outlined, smooth, bright lips.
The problem often is how to
preserve that picture day-long,
for the true beauty the wom woman
an woman of real charm looks always
fresh and faultless down to
the last detail. Not for her the
shiny nose, the blotched lip lipstick
stick lipstick induced by high tempera temperatures,
tures, temperatures, excessive humidity, or
Just by the rush and bustle of
everyday life.
Fortunately most women
nowadays can aspire to this
ideal, with all the modern
beauty aids at their disposal.
Yardley of London, for in instance,
stance, instance, have lust evolved a new
lipstick now available in this
country. It is called Yardley
'Long-last' lipstick, and is made
according to an entirely new
formula which lasts on the lips
longer without smudging or
fading, giving them at the
same time a soft, creamy lustre.
(It is in the oulck-charige case,
of course, which enables refills

or alternative shades to be
whipped in and out.) It is cer certainly
tainly certainly worth while taking that
extra bit of trouble to make
sure that your new lipstick is
a Yardley 'Long-last' just to
acquire the social poise which
a perfect make-up can give
you.
And as for the matt complex complex-Ion?
Ion? complex-Ion? Slip a Yardley 'Feather
Finish' compact into your
handbag. You love Yardley's
delicious powder, of course, and
'Feather Finish' is Yardley
powder in portable form, com compressed
pressed compressed and subtly blended with
Just enough cream to make it
cling and prevent dryness of
the skin.
There is a mirror and a puff
with each compact and, of
course, you realize that with
Feather Finish' there's no ir ir-ritating
ritating ir-ritating and embarrassing
shower of nowder to spoil your
clothes and annoy other peo people.
ple. people. Just pat the puff on the
compressed powd,er, smooth it
lightly on the face, and it will
last and last without clogging
and patching. Advt.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SANTANDER" Sept. 18
8.S. "PIZARRO" .. Sept. 22
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "KEINA DEL MAR" (20,225 tons)
(Air-Conditioned) Sept. 26
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALINAS" Sept. 10
B.3. "POTOSI" Sept. 15
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "DINTELDYK" Sept.
B.S. "LOCH LOYAL" Sept. zl
TO UKCONTINENT
8.8. LOCH GOWAN" Sept. 14
8.8. "DUrVENDYK" Sept. 28
LL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICI
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal 3-16545 Panama 3-12.178 Balboa 2-1905

Life in the Canal Zone was re

ported by a group of local Army

wives, in an article appearing in

tne Army Times for Aug 30.

Twentieth in a series of reports

on living conditions in various ov overseas
erseas overseas commands printed by the
Times, the article on Zone instal

lations covered government, va vacation"
cation" vacation" and Panama housing:

schools, shopping facilities, medic

al care, recreation, women s club,
cars, climate, social life, clothing

ana general information.

The article was prepared from

quetsionnaires tilled out by w.ves

of the area. The Times credited

Mrs. Thomas H. Barfield of Quar

ry Heights; Mrs John C Nicker-

son .ir, oi Fort Clayton- Mrs.
Henry L Chisholm, Mrs. T M B
Hicks, Mrs David T Larsen ind
Mrs. John 0 Garrison, Fort Kob Kob-be;
be; Kob-be; Mrs Robert H. Evans and
Mrs Clifford W Ralph, Fort Gn Gn-lick;
lick; Gn-lick; Mrs Donald J. Benson und
Mrs R. W Coons, Fort Amadoi,
for their help in supplying mate material
rial material The series is intended to help
wives in the U. S. prepare their
families for travel to a particular
overseas command In U. S. Ar Army
my Army Caribbean, the command also
provides the pamphlets "Panama
Duty'; and "Pocket Guide to Pa
riama" for the assistance of new
comers

BROADWAY 0RAPIVINI
Brigitte Bardot is in a king
siz- iwivet because her ex hus

band, Roger Vsdim, hat ben

bounced ss writer director of "Par

is by Night," the film in which

the'i set to ce-ster with .Frank

Sinatra in 1859. Although she

couldn t manage to stay marn-i
tu Vsdim, Brigitte has a high re

gard for his artistic ability., ant

Is vehement in her denunciations
of "Hollywood pressure'" which
she says ousted him. As current

queen of the sexiest cinema sto stories
ries stories BB fears the old-fashion

ed U.S. attitude toward life
the raw will result in such cen censorship
sorship censorship of the intimate scenes

that both she and Frank wiu wino

up "much too upset to be truly

appreciatec by both sexes
Somerset Maugham's secretary,
Alan Searle, writes from Cap ?"e-

rat that the great author it "not

at all well," but addt that h

planning to travel to London in

October and hopes to make a sea
voyage to Japan. Pretty soorl for
an "elderly party," as Maugham
describes himself. (He's 84.). .
Charles Calitri, and English teich teich-er
er teich-er at Benjamin Franklin High
School in Manhattan, should have
an attentive audience for his
tures this Fall. His novel, "Strike
Heaven on the Face was bought
by MGM for $200,000.
Yoo, hoo, Nelson! A new croon
er signed to HuronRecords cat's
himself Rocky Feller. .Fred As As-taire's
taire's As-taire's first TV spectacular, scned
uled for Oct. 15, has undergore
one major change already. The
musical conducting, orginially in
the hands of Frank De Vol, has
been switched to David Rose.
Attractive duet at the Pengu'n:
Nick Todd, brother of Pat Bonio.
with blonde TV actress Anita
Wood. .The Ssrdi Set. hears th
scenery for "Goldilocks" is so e e-laborate
laborate e-laborate it makes "Ben Hur" look
lik "Our Town" by comparison
. .Both RCA and the new Warner
Brothers disc firm are hyin? lo

woo the MpGwp Sisters from

the Coral label.. .Eartha Kitt, who

Unless you are sure you can
supply your guests with any
drink they might name, don't ask
them what they would like to
drink. Instead, give them a
choice from the drinks you can
make without too much trouble.
You'll save time that way, and
maybe save yourself from having
to tell a guest .who asks for i.
particular drink, "I'm sorry.
That's one thing I don't have."

fikh&A
CLOVERBLOOM
BUTTER

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writtan tor NIA Sarvic

NORTH (D) It
4 97 3
K10
AKJJS
WEST EAST
Q5 J)
VQ 7 5 4 fAJSS
KQ10 4 98 3
Q42 A10SJ
SOUTH
A AK 842
V 02
4V A J T 68
7
East and West vulnerable

North Kt Smith Wmrt

Pan 1 Pass
Pan 3 Past

1 4 Pass 4 Past
Pan Pan
Opening lead V 4

it

it sporting a shiner, casually tells

cnums, sne goi u wnen sne '.eu
ever a chair in her apartment.

wnue you re licking those new
four rent stamns nrpmr for in

other boost. The pottsi rates Drub

aoiy wiui be live cents by next
mid-Summer .GacUes. A music musical
al musical in preparation for Broadway ti titled
tled titled "Jewel Box Revue" inteiria

feature 25 female impersonators...
The tinging "voices" o Jayne

juanatued in her new flicker, "The
Sheriff of Fractured Jaw," actual
ly belongs to MGM's hottest disc
star, 19-year old Commie Francis.
Anna Magnani't ton, who hit
been a polio victim for years,
will undergo another operation in
the nesr future. .Billy de Ange
lit, the Lindy't hat check girl, is
due back from her vacationand
she'll be sporting a brasd new
old husband. While taking her
Summer holiday in Miami Beach,
the remarried her. ex-groom.

Such timing! Jack Barry open opened
ed opened at the Chez Paree in Chicago
as "the star of '21' just as the
quiz show industry took the great greatest
est greatest beating in the h i ory of tel television.
evision. television. .Famed songwriter Har
ry Revel is recuperating at New
York Hospital after major suf
gery necessitated by a .stomach
ailment.
Jimmy Dean's new CRS TV

time slot, beginning Sept. 15,
should increase the adoring fe fe-male
male fe-male Quotient imiuw hl

The young Texas charmer wdi

oe nuting ,e video waves each
weekday just as Mom winds up
her mid-day chores and the teen

agers went nome from school. .
Booksellers have ioined the hin.

sters in shaking their heads over

uawrence weix. his Diogrsphy was
rapped by virtually every literary
critic in th. country mH

been on the best seller lists ever

since the reviews came out.
Make of this what vnn will- th

Aga Khan's $90,000 Swiss chalet
now under construction at Gstasd
will have two identical adjoining''

master suites consisting of bed

room, bathroom and dres.ni
room. (His and Hers?). Th

new contender in the Who'U-Suc-

ceea-Mierman Adams? sweep sweep-stakes
stakes sweep-stakes is C. D. Jackson, the miK miK-azine
azine miK-azine publither who contributed

so greatly to ike's UN-Middle East
speech, considered hv mmv in

be the best the President ever
delivered.

Singer Savannah Churchill, still
walkins with a cane, has runm.

ed her night club career which

came to a halt a year ago when
she was injured by drunken pa patron.
tron. patron. Doctors fear sha miv iimn

for the rest of her life, ,HiUon
Hewn includes t hiillatlrfVM WlW

Hilton's latest crush, Miss Den

mark, ana an interesting advance
report on the Lodon Hilton, to

wit: Sherman Douglas, one time
Dlavmate of Princess Margaret.

will be in chart e of promotion

for the hotel.

A tinv Rucks (!nnnlv hamUt

with the improbable name of Ap
plebachsvllle is the latest aide aide-awav
awav aide-awav for New York's literary set.

Magazine and ad agency folk
have been transforming the quiet
wheat and potato fields into back
srounds for swim mine nool s and

cocktail bashes.

Always

FRESH

ft

Larceny Lou won the nnanins

heart lead with the jack and
shifted to the jack of trumps.

,ai mis point boutn would have
had no trouble makins five nHri if

he could see the East and Wcsl

hands. All he had to do would he

to cash the two top trumps, fin
ntsse dummy's jack of clubs and
play clubt indefinitely.
South was not clairVnvant anil

chose an entirely different line cf
play. He trumpeV) a diamond in
dummy; cashed the ace and king
of clubs, discarding his last heart
and ruffed the ten of hearts in his
own hand. Larceny Lou played
his eight of hearts and retained

the three-spot.

Another diamond was ruffed
and the king of hearts led and
ruffed. Lou naturally plaved trit-

ace.

At this noint South had airht

tricks home and retained the ace
eight of saades and two low dh.

monds. He could still havP made

we nana several ways and chos
to lead a diamond. West won and
T . j: , , . i

vaiu aiscaraea nis un ciuo.
West led the queen of clubt and
Lou ruf "ed with the ten South Aim.

carded his last diamond and Lou

led the six of spades.
Remember that thro nf hnnrt.

that Lou still held? South decided

tnat west held that ctrd, not East.
Then Lou would still hold ti

queen of spades. South finessed

tne spaae eight ana west mine

ms tinguaraea queen to set Unhand.

Q The bidding has been:
East Satrth Wen North

Pats rasa
4 Pan 9

There are some things almost
anybody can tell you how to do:
How to cure a cold. This it
when you, not they, happen to
have the cold.
How to bring up your children.
It's true especially if they have
none or theirs are still at the
easy-tohtndle stage.
How to remodel your house.
You'll get some fancy ideas here,
since it is you, not they, 'who hat
to worry about cost.
How to choose just the right
piece of household equipment.
Each of your friends will be save
of either one of two things hat
he knows what brand is best or
that he knows what brand you
should avoid at all costi.
How to lose weight. Funny
thing, though, the more a friend
needs to lose weight himself, the
better he will feel qualified to
give you advice on dieting.
What to see on your vacation.
It doesn't matter that the person
you are talking to has never been
where you are going. He's sure
to have some advice for your
that he picked up from someone
who has been there, or frota
reading.
What to do about your problems.
"Don't worry about them." You
may be talking to a real worry
wart, b'tt If You'v tot. problems
he'll tell you cheerfully not te
worry, that everything will turn

out for the best.
How to do any do-it youtelf
Job. Everybody seems to be a
do-it-yourtel er these dyat. Un Unless
less Unless you want advice you had
better net mention that you plan
to refinith t tsble or panel tkR
playroom.

3

Pass

Pass ?
You, South hold:
A38 VK 6 54 488 oAJ
What do you do?
A Bid ivo tjoarto oly. Yea
have already jreut
try.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner now" bids five
ips-los. What do you do?
Answer Tom.erro'

The things it, il't to ey

salve other neOBle's problems an

o hard to solve our own that

most of ut never miss a cnar.es
to tell the other fellow what .he
ought to do and how he ought

to do it.

I

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I STOCKPILING PERMITTED

WASHINGTON (UPD r- The Of Office
fice Office of civil and defense 'Mobilize-
! ttou j v ii "."i 'i -r-
chafes for stockpiling of amosite
asbes os, small diamond dyat,
I and muacovite block and uim

I mica.

i i

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IA1LEDAT, SEPTEMBER t, 1951
tWM PANAMA AMERICAN AX TXprmiorT DAILY KEWIP APBk
CZ Junior College Started
Out With 65 Pupils In J933
I I I i I 1 M l I I I IIATIPr
IV I UAAIA J f Ul lll u m h
IJIIilVllMIl V.IIUIXVII
I

Church of Christ

AL3M5A: 0151
IM.uu u .00 am
1ST0BAL: AlMrieM Lwnon Matt.
HO ABJUO: Hous No MM Wk St
Sunday :30 pm
Unitarian
Sunday School
;U a.m.
ncor Uivd
out tnviuuan
laptist
COCOU aunT CH-JstCH
Drawn St c
Pnona -i'U
......
p-WJlfHCIfcii ......
li;uu a.i"
o.ju put.
7:311 D in
7:00 p.m
7:00 pm
7:30 p m
jMtllunt - -
Trnln .Union
Evening Worsnip ;
Jrayei Kee'uns Biol
rou!rnood-ll Monoay
Kaon atontn
tEssU h Monday
ICaeh Month
MRS? MAiTlSl CHliKLU
Balboa Heights, C Z.
027 An con Boulevard
Drawer B' Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
William R Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School t:M a.m
Morning Worship 10.4& a.m
sntist Tralnlna Union .... 0:30 p.m
Kvanaeliatic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Mtttlnt. Wednesday 7:00 p.m
W MS Bible Study Thura-
days aj
Men s Brotherhood (Uil
Monday In month I) djb
riHSl BAPTIST CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at 5tb Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. Wendall C Parker, Paitor
Bunaa. Scnool am
Mornina Worship 11:00 a jn
Baptist framing Union 6 JO p.m
Evenint Worship .1 1 :45 om
Brotherhood, Tuesdays 7:00 D.m
Prayer Services, weanasaays t;w pm
ffU.II. 1st At 3rd Friday
G.A.. R.A.. at Sunbeams,
Priday iao.
Saltation
tNon-Osiiominatiiinal Bvarnelistlt
Maottng)
P AN AM A CITY
Major & Mrs. W. Bishop
II February street, prion: zb zuvai
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, C.Z.
Envoy At Mrs. C, L. Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
The Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
GAT UN
3:00 Sunday School
Church School, with Adult Bible
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain & Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STREET
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7 .30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW. CITY. C.Z.
Envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Slvtlon Meeting
Union Churches
ALBOA
The Rev. uscar w. msm.
Salboa Road at San Pablo street
hniu 1.144 Church Office 2-32SO
I'M a.m. Church School Fre bus
ervice. Clasi for all ages
10:20 a.m. Wowhio Sarvice The
anded session tor nursery.
m and primary ueois i,nurm
Nursery for children under 3 vrs
:00 D.m. Junior High Fellowship
Post High Fellowship.
i 7:00 D.m. Senior High Fellowship.
' Telephone, B-3B3
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Ctertett't Worship, 11:00.
Youth FeUowship, 5:45.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy
JUTTtteWe E. Pranklln pastor
Phona! Office. 3-3041 Raa I.14M
a.m. rhurch School Bus service
Classes: Nursery through adult
1 1 AA a n UfMliHI WfirShiD.
Milr.tr' for Infants and small chil
b!oo p.m. Junldr Tellowrtjlp.
a. is m Vnnih rellnwshln.
A comnlete srlhefliile of auxiliary ac
tlvlties and official meermga n
pounced, from week to week.
GAMBO
Rev. Walker M. Alder'on. Pastor
0 : S-470 He -130
9 30 .m. Snrtdav School
10:40 a.m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-dav -ctl
vlties a announced

Churehet Hta many taitkt in the

ik in writing by Wednesday

far the coming Saturday church paa
Ministers, church lecretanct and chaplain are asked to inter as Hit)
i Panama and Colon. Republic oi Panama, estand welcome at all
times to men and women el til armed isrvicet. and to civilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, friends and stringer
As a public service. The Panama American lists below, by danami danami-aliens,
aliens, danami-aliens, neticei al hours e warahtp and olhei regular sctivitiei.
Listings are rotated from rim to lima. Denominations having only
one or two congregations r listed under "Otkai Church! b Services
A special listing la included for services at Army past. Ait fore base
and Nvl stations.

Catholu
r. MAJira uumcti-ana
Sunday Uasft: 7 :00. 00. 10:00
7 :00. I 00 10:00 and
12:00 a.m.
Holy Oaf
i US. 00. U.i a m
and 1:00 p.m
Confession
Saturday, a.30 to t:M
and 7:00 to 8:00 D.m
Thursday
rirat Fridav 7.-00 to 8 00 D.m
Miraculous Madal Novana: ix p.m
On Mondaya
CaMcnism eiaaa aruei ns am warn
on Sunday
Hleh School study Cluo ;so p.m oi
Wednesday
SACKED HKAT- Aneoa
Sunday Ms J:S6. 7:30 1:10 a m
Holy Day maw I'JU am an J 1:00
p.m
r.nnfesslona. SaUirda 1:30 to i.OU and
7:15 t 8:00 p.m. Thursday before first
rnaay cuo p.m,
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m an
rrldaya
Catechism Claaai 3:18 to 4:40 pm. on
Thursday
OUK CAD Of r AT1MA Curundo
Sunday Mass at 140 a m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p m
Confession: 0:00 to 0:4 0 m on Sat-
tUCaiachlan Claaai Saturday 040 to 10
am.
ST.
Sunday Masse at 70 and 0:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass 1 0:00 pm
Weekday Mas: . :00 a.m
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
0:30 to 7:30.
Catechism Claaai Sunday 1:00 to trtXJ
p.m.
Miraculous Medal novena: 1 :ou p.m
on Priday.
Convert instructions: Thursday 7:00
p.m.
ST. VINCENT Panam City
Sunday Masses: 0:00 and 3:30 a.m.
Hrtlv haw RfaMaa- R-0 and f, tU) n m
(It it falls on Saturday the Mas are
6.00 and :3t a.m. 1
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m Thursday before First
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and at
lions of the Cross: Friday 7:10 D.m.
Catechism Cl: After oo mass on
Sunday
Thursday
Convert Clam. 030 p.m. Tuesday no
ST. THERESAS Cocotl
Sundav Mas: 8:30 a.m.
Holv Dav Mass: 6 00 a.m (It It falls
on Saturday -3:30 a.m.)
Catechism Clasa: 330 to ;w p.m. on
Monday
Confessions: s:uu I ;su .ox ounaay.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLB
Pirqu Lefevre
Sunday Masses 6:30 and 8:30 a.m
Week Davs Mara: 6:30 Mon.. Thura
1. and Sat First Friday mass: 6:00 a m
Holv Dav Mas' coo a.m to e:uti
p.m.
Confessions: 3:
to 4 .30 and 7:00 to
day
Miraculous meaai rns
van rridav ioi
pm.
Catechism ties: s:au p.m on ouuuay
a") I'HERESES 1. Hoc.
Convert Class: Monday 1M P-m.
Sunday Mas:
sy Mas: 7:oo a.m.
Holy
Dav Mass. 5:3u p.m.
Confessions. Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p m
rhiinrtav hefnr Pirsl Fridav 6:30 p m.
Catechism Class: 3:1a pm oui.unj
Sacred Heart Novena- 7 00 p m or
Friday
Convrt Clss. 6:30 p.m on Ihursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masse. 5:45. :00 nd :15 .m
Holy Day M: S:4S nd I, -00 a.m
and 5:45 p.m
Contessions : aaiuraay :w 0 w
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: woancwoay
6:15 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. rnaay 1:1a pm
Sunday Evening Service 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:15 p.m on Mondays
and Thursdays
Catechism Class: Sunday iu:ia a.m. 10
11:45 a.m 3:00 p.m to 4:00 p.m.
First Fridav -Exoosition of Most Bless-
ed Sacrament all day Reposition t 1:30
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotion to our Lady
of Fatima-The Holy Roary-5:00 .m.
First Communion Instruction (or chil
dren Mondays nd Thursday 0:00 to
7:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CrlstObil
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 0:00. :00 .m. nd
1:15 p.m
Confessions: satiudsy :oo 10 :uo no
7:00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve-
nine.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 1:13 and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: After 8:00 Mass on
Sunday
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday:
Mam at 3:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 0:30,
First Saturday Mass:
Weekday Masse:
Sr.urday 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Mdl Novena
Holy Day Masses 7:30 a.m.
Confession 3 ;45 nm to
every Monday
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday
Discussion Inquiry Group
every Priday.
1st. Priday Devotions .
let. Saturday Devotion ..
Mrgrlta
1 :ew a tu
6:00 ajn.
8:00 a.m
4:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
3:15 p.m
4:45 n m
7:00 p.m
7:30 p m
7:00 p.m
7:00 p.m
ST VINCENTS Main bon
Sunday Mantaes- 6:30 am.
a.m.
CKy
and ":0n
Holy Day Manses: 6:00 e m. and 6:00
p m.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 nd ti)0 te
S;oo p.m Saturday
Catechism Class 10:45 a m on Sunday
Convert Class- every Mondy t 7:00
PJB.
Miraculous Medal Novene: 7:00 o.m
on Tuesday.
Sirred Heart Nov
venai 7i00 om. an
Friday
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION O trin
Sundav Mass- 0:15 a.m
Holy Day Mss J 00 nm ....
Confession!.-: 1:80 te 740 n m on Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Catechism Clas 4:00 e m on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
Gsrobee
Sunday Mass: 7:00 and 8:30 am.
Holy Day Masses- 0:00 a.m. and 5:06
p.m
Confessions Saturday at 7 00 om and
after all evening devotion.
Baptisms dv appointment.
Miraculous Medal Woven- 7 -00 Dm
on l.itsday
Sacred Heart Novaram. 1 UB n im
rnday
sunaay school: 3:30 pm 00 Sunday.
Retlciou Inatruetlosi Clas. for Phil.
drt: 4:00 p.m, on Thursday.
Religious Instruction for adults (Con.
ducted In Spanish): 7:00 p.m on Mon
y
Convert Instructions by appointment

Canal ZdM, and the termiaal ertia

noon at the latest at any ckanaos
Episcopal
Til It In 4 Hebet Gooden. S T D.
Th Van Rev
g.T B
JlttMs CJl
THE CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKE
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7 JO s m
Holy Communion.
8:15 .m
Church School (Holy
munioD 3rd Sunday 1
9:30 a m
Santa communion, 3rd sun,
da
fcscu
(la Dominical
a
11:00 a.m Mormnt
Prayar
and
mon. Holy
Communion lit Sunday
7:00 p.m
Evenin Service.
WEDNESDAYS
fM ntb. Holy Communion.
7:00 oro Pearling Pryr.
HOLV DAYS
0:00 n Holy Communion.
0 30 a m Holy Communion.
OAILT
0:1 am. Mornlna Pray at.
17:00 Ml.-d Missionary Prayer
COCOU
Church 01 SL Andrew
The Rev Willi W Bldwtn,
Priest In Chug
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion
Family Prayer and
Church School
7 JO s m
0J0 a.m
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Pi a ver Jj Sermon 1-1 .00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 .m
COROZAL
Chapel The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priesl la Charge
FRIDAYS
8:00 a m Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Priday each Month).
tJAMBOA
SL Simon' Church
Th Rev John Spaar Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
SUNDAYS
mon 7:00 a.m
Church School 3:00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchman 5:00 p.m
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS,
and FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer ana noiy
Communion
Evening Prayer
Woman's Auxiliary, 2nd and
0:00 am
7:00 p m
WEDNESDAYS 4Y THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7 DO a m
Morning Prayer 0:00 em
Evening Pryer 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS
Family Eucharist a so a.m
Offic of Complin 0:00 p.m
LA BOCA
at SIMM's Church
SSI. I.. JAhn Sm
John Sper. Priest w Chart
Morning Prayrnd Chufen
School
mon
Confirmation Class
Choral Eucharist and Bar-
100 a.m
10:311 a.m.
0:30 m
Holy Baptism 11:00 noon
Evenson and Address .... 1 JO p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Women's Auxiliary 1 :au p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion w
PALO SECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L. B. Shirley, Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
8:30 s m. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
7:30 s m Holy Communion.
8:43 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS ant. HOLY DAYS
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
PARAISO
Th Rev. Allan R, Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAV!
4:00 t.m. Choral Eucharist 4 Sermon
S.30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
3.00 nm Church School
(haio Ir Bulldlnk 131:
5:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
7 00 "11 Evensong and Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
1.30 Din Woman Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St Paul' Chinch
rhe Ven. Lemuel B Shirley, Rector
The Rv. Carlton O. Morales, Ant.
SONLA-L
8.00 a.m Holy Comm.tnloB
8 '00 a.m Sung Eucharist A Bagman
(0:45 oi Mornin Pravar and Cburcn
School
12:00 tun Holy Baptism
7-00 ii.m Solemn
(UESDAVS
8:30 m Holy Communion
7 JO p m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
0:00 n Holy Communion
7:00 p.n.. Evening Prayer
t'HURMlAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:3(1 n, Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
0-00 a m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TRE-SEA
Episcopal
Colon, ft. p,
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. Jame Peter f armer, Ractor
Th Rav. Henry A. "lake. Asslstsnl
SUNDAY
4 on a.m. Holy Communion.
8:30 a.m Morning Pray.
0:00 a m Choral Eucharist and Barmen
10 30 a.m. Church School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong and Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. 6:00 am Holy Communloti,
7:00 a.m Morning Prayr.
8:00 p.m Evenin. ei or.
WEDNESDAY
1:00 s m. Holy Communion.
7:00 .m. Morning Pryer.
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
FRIDAY
7 00 a.m. Morning Pruytt
0:00 a in Children's Euchartrt.
5:00 pa Evcnlna Praydr.
SATURDAY
0:00 a in Holy Communion.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 p.m. Evening Prayer,
7 30 o m Compline and MdUtlen
MONDAY, TUESDAY 4k THURSDAY
RIO ABAJO
St.
Christopher Chnrrh
1 tt it Street. Pargu Lafevre
The Rev. Clarence W. liaye

m Charge
Me A CragwsA,

The lev Clarence
SUNDAYS
0.-00 a.m Holy Communion.
7 JO a.m Sung Eucharist and
10:30 ajn Morning Pray and
School
II H noon Holy Bsoilam
4:30 PJB Evnsoni and
MONDAYS
7 JO p m isi and 3rd. Woman Auxt
liar.
njESDAYS
6:30 pm Judler Daughter of thi
King.
7 :3(1 sai Vnuth
F.liowshlp.
WEDNESDAYS
8 00 a m Holy
7 00 p.m Evening Pryr nd lUligioui
I'HURSDA YS
SM IB Girl Frlndlv Soclty.
8:00 p.m 1st and 3rd. Slnriatom.
SATURDAYS
0:30 a.m Junior Confirmation Clam.
Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARKNE
40 Pranattoanl St.
con C.Z.
Rev Elmer 0 Nebwn. Patter
Box SSI Balboa. CJL Tel 2 2
Sunday School I 45 a.m
Worship Service 10:41 am
Youth Service 4:45 IB
Evangelistic Servic
Prayer Service. Wed. ...
ISpS
METHODIST
Sunday: 0 a.m. Pnm4 Wesley
10:30 s m. Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m. Evansjalieal Service
and Sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiso
10 ajn, paraiso aunaay acnooi
" 7:15 p.m. Paraiso EvsngHcl
Service.
CHURCH OFTHE NAZARENB
Margarita School Gymnsium
Paitor Ralph L. Hyson
Writ: Box nil Margarita, C.Z
Phone: S 1583
Sunday School 0 .45 m
Meaning Worship 11 :00 .m
Evening Srvic 1 0 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R P 33rd Stmt Et
Rav h. N Brown. Mlnlstet
Divine Worship 0:30 .m
Sundav School 3:00 D.m
Sunday Masse 7. 7:45 1145
Rio Abajo,
School
R.P.
Sunday
1:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
lleatinaa Thursdays at 7:30 D.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm win Memorial
806 Balr.o Rosd BsiDoa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 0:10 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10 0 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 0:00 p.m
Relief Society: Tuesday 0:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesdsy 7 JO p.m.
Primary; Thursday 40 p..
Telephone Balbos 4227
AHatitta drench
Building 200, SchoolhouM Road. Catun
Sunday school; sunaay :w .m.
Sacrament Meeting, Sunday 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wsrm Hearted Chnreli"
Milton R. Lridlg. HttpJrter
Phone Re 03-7110 Of. 3S-110J
Sunday School 0:80 a. m
(A clas for every sgel
Morning Worship 11 JO a.m
Youth Petlowhlp 00 p.m
Eevening Worship '0 p m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 73)0 p.m.
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Rphei The Archangel
tk St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday el J0,g.
Tuesday. Wednesday and Tbursd
Sa client ed Unction (Healing S
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7 JO PJB.
Mount Hail bet. Christian Charefe
PanamA R. P.
Rt Rev T jam D. D. Bishop
offirlitlna.
Unmtixf devotion :uv a.m
Fellowship Worhip 11:00 .m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m,
THE CHRI8TADELPHIANS
Manama District
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sundav School a.m
Morning Service 10 m
Adult Bible Classes each
Mnnriav at 7:30 pm
rtlwlna starvlea 7:30 p.m
V s tors are welcome i an rvic.i
and class.
BAHAI'O CENTER
54 First Strict
UrbanlzsclAn El Carmen. Panam City
inform! Talks and Discussion
Thursdays 3:00 pjsl
Colon. 8th Ik Front Street
(upsolrs American Baaaar)
Study Class Thursdays, 7 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba. St., Paraiso, C.Z,
Rev Waldab H Stewart, Pstr
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Servic.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7:30 Young People' Soclty
Wednesdsy: 7 JO Mid-week ChrUtlan
Fellowship.
Thursday: l:U0 uiok nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women' Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Rev. William J. Johnson Paste
Sunday School 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:80 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
T"- r"t'iCH OP OOD
T033 Eighth St.. Colon
Mr: ed.uOH, aster
Sundav School 9:30 s m.
Morning Worship 10:30 .m.
Sunday Night Servic .... 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OP GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M, Hlnee Paotor
Sunday School 10:00 .m
Mornlna Worship 11:00 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
riRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica at Trinidad Sis.
Rainbow City
Rrv. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 8:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:80 a.m
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.7..
(near Dlihlo school)
Bv. Carl V. Thompson. Minljts
Box 31. Diablo rfeithls C.Z.
Phones: Rein. Ganiie 117
Church Balboa 4371
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
WerilUP Service 11:00 It
Youth SerVlC .., 7:60 p.m.
tvngllstlc srvie 7
wegnetd
dav: Bible Study
and Prayar Service ....
7:30 p.m,
Lutheran
RRDRKMKR LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa noad (t wight street
Rv.
Mr.
Rolierl F Gallick, Pastor
Fredtrlek S. IlUek. Vicar
r.u. box whs. Diipoa
Sunday Scnool, Bible CI 0 m.
uivin service io:lt a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday
of
the nionin.
Atlantic Side
Our Savtour' Episcopal Chapel
Third Street and Malende Ave.
New Cristobal
Sunday School, Bible Clas 0 m.
Divine Service 10:13 a.m.
Hnly Communion, last Sunday of the
month

Jewish

Jewtt-i Wtlfars t0ra
lid 702.X L
Rsbbi N. than
Syca' Eoau Balboa.
a. c.e
W'tkln Dirottar.
Sarvic-. Fridav. 7 JO mm. Ssturoav
140 a ss
IS ar-e ustinas at Jewish sarvlcaa
intdar Petri Bs sasd Stations
Conetetanon Roi ghsarlttl hsraai. Asm.
Christian Scientist
CHaUhll AM aLlaJtLk lULSIHSs
Psnn Churrii oi Chriat, Stienusv Anc
ass s& igrsr tm
ifW caareh at Cssfsst. SMWOHI. WaooOa)
13th Street At BaUn Highway
Sunday chooi JT sj
SUsVsVty U JO .m Wednesday I N m
Posts and Bases
PACWIC SfDk
PORT AMADOR
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Church-time Nureary School
0:0
10.00
10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Building No.
120) .'
Morning Worship
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Servic
Youth Fellowship--Sundy ....
0:00
10:30
7:30
0:00
PORT KOBBE
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship Service, Rio Hto ....
Cbriittan Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Union Thur.
0:00
10:36
1:00
7:00
3:15
4:00
7:00
8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BABB
Sunday School
Adult BiblO Cla (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship 0:30 it
Youth Fellowship
8:30
0:30
10:45
1:30
U S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sundsy School
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month)
13th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 0:00
(Holy Communion Pint Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Button. Summit
0:00
CathcU
rORT AMADOR
Doily Man
Sunday Maaaea
Confessions, Saturday
4:30
8:30
7 :30
l:2S
7:00 A
0:10 at
8:00 at
sundsy
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mam ,,
Sunday Ms 7:43 at
Confessions Sa turd y .. 4:30 4
4:45
9:00
3:00
FORT KOBBE
Dally Mam
Saturday Mat
Sunday Mass t-,00 it
Monday Novena -Devotion ....
Confessions Sturdy.. 0:00 A
4:13
0:00
11:45
7:30
7:30
COROZAL
Sunday
10:30
ALBROOK AIR EORCB BARB
Daily Mate
0:00
Saturday Mat
Sunday Maaaea
7:00
7:45 11:00
Spanish ...;.....,..
Novens Services-Tuesday
7:0(1
7:00
Conlessions-saturdsy .........
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
7:0(1
Sunday Maaa 9M
PORT KOBBR
Saturday 2:00
USO-JWB. Balboa
Friday 7:38
ALBROOK AIR FORCS BASI
Saturday 4:01
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday 3:30
ATLANTIC Slot
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School-Bld. 333 .... 1:01
Morning Worship 10:30
Pryr reiiowsnip nidi. z3
Tudy 7:00
KYBB-Wednesday -Post hsp.l t:30
Choir Pretie Wednesday
Pott Chapel 7:30
FORT GULICK
Sunday School t:80
Morning Worship iu:43
Youth Fellowship, Sundiy .... t:30
Bible Study. Wednesdsy 7:30
Ladle Chapel Guild, 1st Thur. 1:20
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sole
Sunday, School 0:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holv Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Calhett
FORT DAVIS
Daily Ma 7:00
Sunday Mas 0:30
Confessions: Saturday t:00
Sunday t:45
FORT GULICK
Daily' Mas
Saturday Man
Sunday Masses
Confessions, Saturday
7:00
7:00
10:15
7:00
7:41 it
. 4:00 at
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Dally Mass
Saturday Mas
4:00
1:30
8:00
Sunday Mass
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mam
7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday 1:18
Greek Orthode
Grek Orthodox services are conduct-
d at th Church of th Anunciation,
Vi Belltario Porras, Sap Francisco d
la Caleta. Panama City, R.P and al
the Church of St. Anthony, Avenld
Mtiendn. Colon. R.P., on alternate Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 1:30. For further Information,
call th Office of th Army Chaplain,
82-3119.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Wkly Servic in U church
a fellow:
SATURDAY :
Sabbath School o.lo .m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Meeting 4:10 p.m.
WEDNESDAY I
and Prayer Servic
Pacific Bid PaaeaU
Pastor W H Wa 11 r- Tel 21-3-3300
Cabo Verde. Ave J F de la Osss
No 17 Chorrtllo 25th No 17 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St. between 3rd and 4th
sis. mo Abo nth No. 27 Gambo
and Pinnies.
Paitor O. O. Wllllm-Tl. 4580
Pastor A. A Orizzl Tel 1(11
Spanish Charekas Pacific Side Panam
Paslor Norberto Qnuni
Panama. CU Darlan No 3
pedregal A Nuv Ouarird.
Atlantic Sid
A. Jffri-TI.
Pastor O.
Col6n
31 824L
Cristobal Hnallih 10th tt Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Bpanlsh-lOth It Bolivar Ave.
i ntn...
044 Gevilan Reed Tel. 2-1850 tt 2 3S3i

BAPTIST CHUftCH
Marpnt
Th First Bsptigt Church of
Margarita, will begin a week o

revivgl meetings tomorrow at 7
p.m. Evngelit for the mooting
will be the Rev. R. G. VinRoyen,
01 Balboa Heights.
Tilt Rev, VanKoyen it supenn
tsfldtnt of Baptist mission work in
Panama and the Ctntl Zone. He
it connected with the Home Mis
sion Board of the Southern Btptitt
convention.
The Rtv. W. C. Parker, pastor
of the church, will lead the ting ting-mi.
mi. ting-mi. The nursery will be available
for each service.
BAPTIST CHURCH
- Bilbo
The Rev. rVillitm H, Beeby of
tht First Btptitt Church of Btl
hot Heights hit announced in ac accelerated
celerated accelerated program for Fellowship
Sunday tomorrow. The first Sun
day of etch month everyone it
encouraged to contribute tn ah in
dance of non perishable loud
items for the relief work among
needy families of the Colon area
All Sunday School, Church, an-1
Training Union members as well
is friends tre invited to partici
ptte.
At th. duplicate mornini terv
ices it 8:20 ind 10:40, the ptsto:
will speak on the "Service Tnat
Makes God Rejoice." At the 10:40
service the "right hsnd of fellow
ship" will be given by tho church
to new members.
The grided Sundiy School will
meet t 9:30 a.m. with Robert
Snyder it superintendent nd the
Rev. Elton Vickers as educational
director.
The Children's Chapel knder
their pastor, Robert Snyder, invit
es til youngttert to 12 yeirs ot
tge to their own cnurcn service.
All other ages are cared for in
three nurseries.
The Training Union with six de
pirtments will consider the sub
feet "The Church in Its Effect
Upon the Community." The meet
ing starts it 6:30.
At the evening service the
pistor will preach on the subject
"fin. Thin Phrist f'nillH Nnt Tin
v'"v '".
During the service special
music will ne provided dv me
Youth Choir ind the King's Men s
auartet. This being the first Sun
diy of the month the Lord's Sup
per will be observed during tnc
tvening service.
lien ntle for Inclusion In tht
column should be tubwiMod
rltW-wrfrttn term end MiUtd
th be number lilted daily in 'St-'
till tnd Otherwise." or dtlivertd
t ld M tht office. Notice, at
meeting ttnntt be accepted by
' telephone.
Club Altamira
Meets Tomorrow
Members of Club Altimira will
meet in an importint business
session tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. at
the French Society hall in th'-i
city.
Members are urged to be on
time in order to terminate mat
tors on the agenda prior to leav
ine for the rac. track where a
handicap will be run in the club's
honor.
Manpower Division
Gets New Chief
Lt- Col. Roger E. Reeder. who
was atsmged to ROTC duty al
Firibtult, Minn, until his irriv.il
here on Aug 19. this week issum-
ed the position of chief, minpower
division, ot ice ot tssitini cniet oi
Stiff, G 1. USARCARIB. Jutt af
ter trrivine in the command, Read
er attended t seven-dav course of
instruction at the USARCARIB
Chemical-Biologicil Ridioloi Ridioloi-cil
cil Ridioloi-cil School it Fort Cliyton.
CWO Severin llurlen, Jr., who
rrived in the commind on the
lime dite is Keener, inenoen
the CBR school and is now iss't'n-
ed is chief, mill tnd records rii rii-vison,
vison, rii-vison, Adjutint Genenl's office-.
USARCARIB. Prior to his isstgn isstgn-ment
ment isstgn-ment to USARCARIB. he wis n
duty is deputy headqusrters rom-
miiwitn. 4th Initntry Divisor.,
Fort Lewis, Wash.
Three-Man Team
Leaving To Train
Bolivia Military
A three-mtn mohile triining
teim of the U. S. Army Caribbean
Ordnance Section leaves by air
Tuesday mroning for La Par, Bo Bo-liva
liva Bo-liva
They will be there for 90 days
to instruct individutls. who in
turn will tct it instructors for the
Bolivian lovernment. Th nro
grim is t part of tht Army's tech tech-nietl
nietl tech-nietl taiitttnet program b:ut
carried out in Latin Amtrictn
countries.
Those miking the trip art Jamei
F. Meletlf and Cyrillt K Mar Martens,
tens, Martens, Ordnanct civilltn workers
ind Me Padre T. Valdai.
Margarita Resident
On Active Duty
('apt. Martin G. Klontz of Mar
Sarita will begin 15 days of active
uty with the U. S. Army Technic Technical
al Technical Service, Pacific, Fort Clayton,
Monday.
The reserve officer, a member
of tht 747th U. S. Army Reserve
Control Group, has baen assigned
for duty with Marina and Repair
Facility, Dock 45, Fort Davis

HTIMJ

Twenty five years ago thii
month on Sept. 26, 193365 young
men and women sat in the patio
of what is now the Balboa ele elementary
mentary elementary school, miking history,
the current issue of The Panama
Cinal Review reports.
That thty were 24 hours late mak
ing it was no fault of theirs. A
Caribbean hurricane had delayed
the arrivtl of the SS Cristobal
which hid aboard 42 Canal Zone
teichert, including tome of the
men and women who were to em embark
bark embark this first class of the Canal
Zon Junior College on the first
collegiate curriculum ever given
in the Canal Zone.
The young collegianswere prob
ably quite aware of the sign'fx sign'fx-ince
ince sign'fx-ince of this "inaugural assemble."
For over two years parents and

civic organizations had advocated,
urged ind trgued that college
course was i necessary part of
the education of the young people
of the Zone.
More than 300 persons turned
tut for tht first college assembly,
aside from tht students tnd ttvs
college faculty, which wis head headed
ed headed by Howard G. Spalding. Ht
hid boon isoiantd tht duties or
principal" of the new Junior Col
lege tlong with his other respon responsibilities
sibilities responsibilities tt principal of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa eltmenttry, junior, and te
nier high schools.
The main speaker for this mo momentous
mentous momentous occasion wis Gov. Ju Julian
lian Julian L. Schley. For the time beiniz,
he told the Canal Zone's first col-
kege class, their school buildin?s
were "not what they should be."
This unfortunate situation would
be remedied soon by completion of
a frame building (now the Junior
High School) and an appropriation
from the National Recovery Pub
lie Works coffers would enable a
science building (now the college's
main building) to be ready for
their second year, he said.
The limited physicsl facilii of
the new college, however, did not
prevent it from becoming an in instrument
strument instrument of international friend
ship.
"While this junior collene is es established
tablished established primarily for the sans
and daughters of our employe.-;.''
the Governor said, "we have con considered
sidered considered it desirable to open its
doors to the sons and daughters
of our neighbors in Panama and
other nearby countries. We have
unsurpassed opportunities here for
(he cultivation of friendly relations
with our neighbors and I sincere sincerely
ly sincerely hope that every student of this
College and High School will try
to cultivate the friendship and
"IHavtSttBtfottThtt
AN OPEN DOOR
And Mo Man
Can Shut It"
lev. 3:1
The epen doen of this
church beckon le you -.
Her you will find e Haven
el love, peace of mind,
piece ( reverent wonhip.
v ui nm Mi. iT-ui

HOLDING FORTH AN EVANGELISTIC APPEAL
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"SERVICE THAT MAKES GOD REJOICE"
Series of messages on Thessalonians
Chapel choir Adult choir Children chapel
9:30 Sunday School (Classes for all ages)
Annual trainins courses and a large permanent
teaching staff developes an effective Sunday School
not only methods but Bible content Is emphasized.
Join us this Sunday in Bible study.
6:30 Baptist Training Union
Bible truth is a weapon to use in spiritual battles,
but you must learn to use it. The whole family has
a place in one of the six departments.
7:30 "One Thing Christ Could Not Do!"
At an almighty God in creation He could do any anything,
thing, anything, but as a loving Savior He could not come
down from the cross.
Youth choir Male auartet Solo
LORD'S SUPPER

NURSERIES PROVIDED EVERYONE WELCOME

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
To stay away is a vote to close the church. Come and help
us reach new families. The Word of God will be taught in
every class. Come with your questions and go away with
Biblical answers.
1 1 :00 "How God Tested Abraham"
Many times God test his own to prove them. Evary
test should become a stepping stona to a more faithful
life. We welcome new families to come and make thla
your church home. Don't miss this aeries on Abraham's
Ufa.
6 :00 JET CADETS AND HI SCHOOL
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goodwill of these young mta ttJ
women from other lands."
Of the Junior Colleger's ftM
diss, two were Panamanian HtJ
lent. This number his stead'lp
gown; last year's grtduating cltts
of 43, members, included eight ci citizens
tizens citizens of Panamt.
For i number of reasons mo
ney, departure from the Canal
Zone, transfers to Stttet colleges
or other reasons a little less than
one-third of the first class comnlet comnlet-ed
ed comnlet-ed the two'vear curriculum Of the the-original
original the-original 65, 21 were graduated;
they were joined, during their 2nd
year by three others who had
transferred from the U. S. to
make up the even two dozen in
the first graduating class.
To celebrate the silver anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Canal Zone Junior Col College,
lege, College, The Panama Canal Rpvievf
has attempted to trace the where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts of that original group. No
attempt was made to trtee iht
original faculty; of the six originil

faculty members only Dr. Dorothy
Moody, now dean of women, is still
on the College staff. (While not
exactly a faculty me'ber, Sigurd
E. Esser. now Superintendent of
Schools, had a part in the educa education
tion education of this first group. After class
hours he acted as coach and phy physical
sical physical education instructor.)
Thirteen of tht first cltst of
the Junior College hold iobs with
tho Canal organization; two
work for other government tgen tgen-cies
cies tgen-cies in the Ctntl Zen. A num number
ber number of others ire working in Pa
ntmt. Tht remainder trt scat scattered,
tered, scattered, ti fir away ti Siudl A A-fire
fire A-fire tnd Italy.
In i few cases, no information
was available on some of the ori original
ginal original class, despite the assistance
of scores of the Canal Zone old
timers whose help is hereby
gratefully acknowledged.
FOSSILS FOUND
TOKYO (UPI) Japanese ar ar-chaeologist
chaeologist ar-chaeologist have dug up fossilized
remains of two teeth and in arm
bone on Shikoku Island in the In Inland
land Inland Sea. They said the find
might prove that Neanderthal
men existed in Japan 300,000 years
ago.
ARMY LETS CONTRACTS
WASHINGTON (UPI) Tht)
Army yesterday announced con contract
tract contract awards to Douglas Aircraft
Corp. totaling $4,693,536 for work
on the Nike-Hercules program;
Republic Aviation Corp., $1,318,
825 for jet engines, and Interns
tional Business Machines Corp,
$2,631,122 for automatic dats proo;
essing equipment. J
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Mf.F. SIX
THE PANAMA AMEKIl. APi Art INUErEIxutni uLi inarri-
ate Series Money
Pirates Getting
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the Indians, 4-3; the Red Sox
lrrnr-lrri the Oriole out Of fourth

place, 10-2, and the Tigers licked

the Athletics, 4-1.
The Dodgers collected only
tre. hits In heatine Wllmer Ml-

zell, but they made all their hits
in the second inning when Steve

Bilko singled, Don zimmer dou doubled
bled doubled and Charley Neal drove both
in with a single. Fred Kipp scor scored
ed scored his sixth victory with relief
help from clem Lablne.
Gus Bell and Jerry Lynch each
drove in three runs in Cincinna Cincinnati's
ti's Cincinnati's victory over Philadelphia.
The Redlegs chased loser Robin
onhprt in the sixth inning when

they broke a 2-2 tie with four
trBicrht slneles. Don Newcombe

was credited with his sixth vic

tory although he didn't finish.

To Wind Up In 1st Division
For First Time In 11 Years
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UPI) For the first
time in eleven long years, those money-hungry Pi Pirates
rates Pirates from Pittsburgh are getting ready to cut them themselves
selves themselves in for part of that treasured World Series

They don't figure to wind up
with the lion's share not this
year, anyway but they can
practically reach ot and touch
tbat second-place money, now.
It's something of a new expe experience
rience experience for them. They haven't
come into anv world series swag
since 1948 when they finished
fourth, but they're handling
themselves like old pro? now.
The Pirates reached several
mile-stones with their tingling,
10-innlnc 1-0 victory over the
league-leading Braves last night.
Primarily, it moved them into a
second-place tie with the Giants

arm boosted tnrm wiuim 0-3
games of Milwaukee.
Then, too, it marked their 71st
victory 'of the year the most
games they have won in any sea season
son season since 1949. The triumph was
achieved before a rabid home
crowd of 30,319 and gave the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates a record of 19 victories in
their last 22 games at Forbes
Field.
Pittsburgh's two stars were
Bill Virdon and George Witt.
Virdon's homer off losing pitch pitcher
er pitcher Carlton WHley in the 10th
broke a streak of 26 scoreless
innings the Milwaukee rookie
had compiled against the Pi Pirate
rate Pirate this season.
In two previous appearances a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Pirates, WHley had
beaten them, 2-1 and 2-0. Oddly,
a home run by Virdon had ac ac-fnr
fnr ac-fnr the onlv other run

Pittsburgh had scored against
Willey before last night.

Witt, making his nrsi start
since Aug. 26 when an inflamed
elbow forced him to the sidelines,
limited the Braves to five hits as
he posted his eighth victory a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst only two defeats. The vic victory
tory victory was Witt's sixth straight and
he now owns a string of 19
scoreless innings against Mil Milwaukee.
waukee. Milwaukee. ,.
The Dodgers beat the Cardin Cardinals,
als, Cardinals, 2-1 and the Redlegs hand handed
ed handed the Phillies their fourth
straight loss, 8-4, in other Na National
tional National League action. Rain post

poned the game Detween uie ui ui-ants
ants ui-ants and CuJss.
In $he American League, the
Senators came up with three
run in the ninth to defeat the
Yankees, 6-3; the White Sox beat

National Luiw G AB

AsnDurn, mi. 131

Musial, St. L

Mays, S. F.

Aaron, Mil.
Skinner, Pitt.

Banks, Chi.
Cepeda, S. F
WaUs, Chi.
Boyer, St. L.

Dark, Cbi.

American Leaau

Runnels, Bos. 126 483 87 157 3'4

Kuenn, Detroit 120 480 61 155 .J23
Cerv, K. C. 121 443 80 141 .318
Power, Clev. 127 521 86 165 .317
Williams, Bos. 112 355 71 112 .315

Goodman. Chi. 99 370 40 116 314

Minoso, Clev. 131 495 82 151 .303

Fox. Chi. 135 546 76 166 304

Sievers, Wash. 127 471 77 143 ,304

Malzone, Bos. 134 544 66 165 .303

HOME
National
Banks. Cubs

Thomas, Pirates
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Mays, Giants

. fH Wr San Francisea

T , ....... ,.,-,,- Pittsburgh 71

H Cincinnati
St. Louis
I Los Angolas
m HMBD Chicago
k jf Philadelphia

R H Pet.
85 ISO .042

125 439 62 149 .339

133 520 101 175 335
134 534 87 178 tt
126 456 81 145 .318
135 539 108 171 .317
131 532 78 163 .306

79 153 .304
92 150 .302
53 139 .301

132 503

131 497
114 462

NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. GB
SO 55 .593

63

RUNS
Leagu

Three walks with the bases
loaded, handed out by reliever
Ryne Duren, gave Washington
its triumph over the Yankees.
Duren took over In the ninth
after starter Bob Turley had
given up Washington's first
three runs on Roy Sievers' S5th
homer and Alble Pearson's
third homer with one on. Re Reliever
liever Reliever Dick Hyde was credited

with his 10th win.
Sherm Lollar and Jim Landis
supplied the key hits for the
White Sox in their victory over
reliever Herb Score of the In Indians
dians Indians Lollar, pinch-hittlne for
winning pitcher Early Wynn,
doubled home the tying runs off

Score in the seventn ana anais
then singled home Lollar with
the payoff run. Al Smith and
Larry Doby hit homers.
Tom Brewer of the Red Sox
limited the Orioles to four hits
in registering his 11th victory.
Boston collected 14 hits, includ including
ing including four by Dick Gernert. Bill
dc. Amvf in four runs and

pet Runnels three as Jack

Harshman absorbed his 12th
loss.
Paul Foytack of the Tigers
struck out eight batters and held
the Athletics to .five hits In win

ning his 12th game. Al Kanne
walloped his 14th homer and
Frank B(ng heljfe DeWit et
a three-run Jump In the first ln ln-nlnr
nlnr ln-nlnr with a two-run double off
Ned Garver.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito Indians
Jensen, Red SOx
Cerv, Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN
National Loaoua

Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson, Phillies
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants

43
35
29
28
28

39
35
34
33
31

114
105
87
85
84

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keep their eyes on it this fall. Three backs dive -for a loose pigskin in practice at Annapolis.
They are, left to right. Bob Correll. Joe Bellino and Roland Brandcuiist. Middles look good.

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
Berra, Yankees

110
37
95
83
88

LEADING
PITCHERS

Stengel May Abandon Platoon
Against Burdette In Series

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Cagey old
Casey Stengel, whose pride and
prestige took a lacing when (he
Braves beat him in the 1957 World
Series, is mulling over the idea
of abandoning his famed platoon
system when his Yankees faci
Lew Burdettt again this year'.
Word around the Yankee dugout
these days has it that instead ot
lending up his hatting order with
left handed hitters, as he custo customarily
marily customarily does against right-handed
pitching, Case may go with rightin
swingers ifi the hopes of breaking
h. n.n TtiirtWte held over the

Bombers last October.
This is the theory behind
Stengel's thinking, two of the bet
pitches in Burdette's varied re
pertoire are his sinker and screw
ball both of which break w,iv
from left handed hitters. These
are fidgety Lew's "out" pitches
? gainst lefties and they're general generally
ly generally rated more effective than the
curve and slider he uses to get

out right-handed batters.
May Hit Better
Those close to Casey have heard
him wonder out loud in recent
v""k whether his right handed
swingers might not get a bettor
chunk of Burdette's curve and
slider than the lefties got in thre
frustrating games last fall against
the sinker and screwball.
For onething, the batting figures
on last year's Series show Case
mav have something in his latest
brainstorm. The Yankees' two
I1..1.1 h,Hr n.ainst Bunlette in

the '57 classic were Jerry Cole
man, who went 4-for-9, and Hank
Bauer, 4-for-ll. Both hit right
handed. Among 'he 'eft banders.
Yogi Berra went 1 for 11 and
Mickey" Mantle l-for-7, although it

(Based on 12 decisions)
National League W L Pet.
Spahn, Braves 18 10 .643
Willey, Braves 9 5 .643
Burdette, Braves 16 9 .640
Purkey, Redlegs 15 9 .625
Hobbie, Cuba 10 6 .625
American Leagu
Turley, Yankees 20 6 .769
Hyde, Senators 10 3 .769
Delock, Red Sox 12 5 .70ri
McLish, Indians 14-J7 .67
FordYankees 14 T .67

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Turns

New York
Chicago

Boston
Detroit
Baltimore

Cleveland

Kansas City

Washington

Todav'c Garnet

Cincinnati at Philadelphia.

miiwauKee ai riusourgn.
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N).
San Francisco at Chicago.
Yesterday's Results
San, Francisco at Chicago
(Postponed, rain).

(Night vj;'.'
Cincinnati 001 015 010- 13 2

Philarlplnh a OOO 909 4Wid. 19 1

Newcombe (BID Lawrence and

Burgess.

Roberts (14-13), Meyer, Sanford,
Erickson and Sawatski.

W L Pet. GB

13 5? .fttf

71 63 .530 llVi

4' 64 .519 1)
66 47 .496 16
65 68 .489 17
64 71 ITS l

73 .455 21V

77 ,m n

(Nioht Game!

Milwaukee 000 000 000 0-0 S

Pittsburgh 000 000 000 11 7

WHley (9-5) and Crandall.
Witt (8-2) and Hall.

(Nioht Gam)

Los Angeles 020 000 0002 3 0

St. Louis 010 000 0001 7 1

Mizell, Wight (8), Paine (8V and
Green. WP-Kipp (6 4). LP-Mireli

ts-n;.

n uiv. Qt,n MOBtirn 4h (rnlH medal for his victory in the controversial 800- i

meter flnai otjne ? V.f r T v." 3 "ZJZZZ&Z ZZ mZZZ ifiri

I Uaurenn a. I lTT nP MI Lilt1 LIdLh ai I C Mttl I. 1U1 Wiiv s v j voM

ttawsort cldm6was shoved and the protest was upheld. Audum Boysen, 207, placed seconoy

1, ii I .1 Via nnintprl nut Manl'C

played with an injured shoulder.

Defense Important
There's still another strategic

reason why Stengel might prefer

to use his right handed mixers

against Burdette. Any tussle with
the Braves star figures to be t

close game, one which could turn

on a defensive error. Ana ne
right-handed hitters Stengel has
available would provide him with
a stronger defensive array.
That would mean Hank Bauer
in right field, Andy Carey at third

base and Elston Howarn in eune.

left field or behind the plate.

Howard is rated defensively a

better catcher than an outfielder,

but Stensel may choose to go with
the more experienced Berra.
whose hitting has improved con considerably
siderably considerably during the second half
of the season.

GUN CLUB
NOTES

CRISTOBAL

Cristobal Gun Club shotgun shotgun-ners
ners shotgun-ners will vie for the Col. H. E.
RiceSkeet Trophy on Sunday
morning, Sept. 7, at 10:30. This is
a 50-blrd event. ,Art Sutton won
this trophy In 1957 with a score

of 49, but will not present his
usual threat this year, being on
vacation.
The usual first Sunday morn morning
ing morning of the month trap- shooting
will follow the Rice Trophy competition.

Vim Edges Columbia

In Final Trial Run
For America's Cup
NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. 6 (UPI)
The 19-year-old yacht Vim, de.v

perately trying for a chance to

dcend the America's Cup against
the first British challenge in ten
years, edged out the upstart 12 12-meter
meter 12-meter Columbia by 10 seconds in
a trial final run today.
.Columbia had emerged as a fa favorite
vorite favorite for the defense earlier this
week after Weatherly and the
F.asterner were withdrawn from

the starting four-way prep trials.
Columbia had beaten the three
other yachts in nrevious trials last

month, and whipped vim yester
day in the first rare between the
two remaining rivals.
It was Vim's turn today to beat
Columbia, one of three boats built
expressly for the best-of-seven se series
ries series starting against the British
owned Sceptre Sept. 20.
Today's race over a triangular
course off Newport was one of

the closest. Vim covered the dis distance
tance distance in 3:33.03 compared. with Co

lumbia s 3:33.13. The lean cnanT
ed several times today as Vim's
crew battled to stay in contention
for defense of the cup.
The seven-man race committ1!1
met todav but made no formal
announcement. It was reported
that the winner of today's race.

over a similar course, may be

named the official America's Cup
defender.
The Sceptre has been trying her
sails this week in between check
un visits to dry dock. Sceptre has
not formally raced but was paced
by the Geem, an American craft
on loan from New York Yacht

Club.

Americans

US Singles

Fail

to Make

Semifi

For

nats

1st Time Since 81

FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UPI) (UPI)-Australia's
Australia's (UPI)-Australia's slashing defending
champion Mai Anderson and big
Ulf Schmidt of Sweden hammered
into the semi-finals of the U.b.
tennis championships Friday by
ousting the last two American
survivors on the "blackest fn fn-day"
day" fn-day" in the history of the game
in this country.
Schmidt first bowled over Herb

1,1am nf Beverly Hills, Lara.,

7-5, 8-6, 8-6.
When the Agile Anderson even,
tually overpowered lumbering Dick

Savitt of south urange,

16, 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, it lett me u.a.
tuithniit s sinele Dlaver in its own

semi-finals for the first time sini-e
the beginning in 1881.
Anderson and Schmidt play in
one semi-final Saturday. Austral Australians
ians Australians Ashley Cooper and Neale Fra Fra-ser
ser Fra-ser clash in the other.
In women's singles, defending

champion Althea Gibson of New
York continued on her way to a
second "little slam" of the Wim Wimbledon
bledon Wimbledon and U. S. titles by down
ing Britain's 17-year-old Christine
'iv, 11-Q K-1 reversing her

1 1 Ulimi', ' "I ?

defeat by the six-toot uriusn mai
in this year's Wightman Cup play.

Beverly Baker rienz oi aa'ua

Mi,,,;,.., fai wnllnopd Maria Bu-

IV1WIII, I", t
eno of Brazil, 6-1, 6-2, and Satur Saturday
day Saturday meets Althea, whom she has

defeated three times againsi no

losses. ,

Darlenp Hard of MonteDeuo,

Calif., and Jeanne Arth ot m

Paul, winning team in tne recent

national doubles cnampionsmp,

meet in the other women's semi
final. 1 v.,

Gardnar Mulloy of Miami,. Ma.,

In his tirst snot ai me veiciai"

field, reached the senior tmai oy

,,,.nn Alov Wp fnrri ot HiMCm-

uuo""6 J ...lit 1

phis, Tenn., 6-3, b-i, ana win
Hal Surface of Kansas City in
Saturday's final. Surface, fight fighting
ing fighting off five match Points in
second set, defeated defending
champ Bryan (Bitsy) Grant of At

lanta, 0-6, 7-5, b i.
Former Big Leaguer

Red Killefer Dies
LOS ANGELES (UPI) Wade

(Red) Killefer, 73, former major
league player and minor league

manager, died xnursaay oi can cancer
cer cancer idllefer played with Detroit an'l

Washington of the American

League and the Oiants ana Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati of the National League.
His last tie with baseball was as
manager of Indianapolis of the
American Association in 1942.

Nashua, Gallant Man

To Give Spendthrift

1-2 Stallion Punch

NEW YORK (UPI) Nashua and
Gallant Man, two of the greatest
" ;roughbreds of recent years,
will start sharing the same board boarding
ing boarding farm next year.
A syndicate headed by Leslie
Combs II of Lexington, Ky., pur purchased
chased purchased a three-quarter share of
riaiiant Man Thursday for one

million dollars from Texas oilman
Ralph Lowe of Fort Worth.
t.nwp will continue to race the

handsome English-bred colt under

his name for tne rest ot tne yeai
and also will maintain the remain remaining
ing remaining one-quarter interest in the
hnreo

At the conclusion of the current

rnnino cdasnn Ua all Man WUl

, am, h

be shipped to ComDs' spenainn i
Farm in the heart of Kentucky's
bluegrass country and, togethsr
luith Nashua will nrovide the syn

dicate with tne Dreeaing muusu-y
greatest one-two punch.
Nashua was purchased by

Combs and his associates from

fhe estate of the late William

Woodward Jr. in 1955 lor $1,251,

200.

Whatever

Happened to .
FREDDIE McLEOD
Exactly 50 years ago, liWe
Freddie McLeod won the U. S.
Open golf championship with an
amazing mastery of the tools of
the trade that existed then. He
fared well enough in Competition
thpreaftpr hut thp rlnspst hp pvir

came to a national title again was

m iih wnen ne was runnerup lor
the PGA crown. In later years,
when all former U. S. Open cham champions
pions champions were exempt from sectional
qualifying trials, Freddie exercised
his privilege and played against
the Johnny come latelys for a
round or two just for the fun of it.
Whatever happened to Freddie
McLeod? Now 76, McLeod still
a golf professional at thp Colum

ns country cum, cnevy cnase,

Ma.

Today's Games
; Kansas City at Detroit
Chicago at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Baltimore (N).
; Washington at New York.
Yesterday's Rt suits

Kansas Citv nnn mn nnni i

Detroit -'- inn nnn nw a

aryer (11-10), Urban and Chrti.

ana. vvuson.
(Niflht Came)

Boston 000 023 230-10 14

Baltimore 600 mo 0112 4 1

Brewer (11-18) and Dalf.
Harshman f11.l2Y .TnhiMa, k

(Niflht Oanw)

Washineton 010 002 onsa a i

New York 000 001 0203 5 I

Kemmerer, Hyde (10-8), Clev.
enger and Courtney.
Turlev. Duren f6-41. Trurk A

Berra, fe ;

(Night Game)

Chicago OW100 3SW Sk.,

Wynn (13-13). Wilson and Bat.

. lit .. i

Mossi, Score (4-4), NarlcskJ
and Nixon.-

Fight Results
THOMSONVILLE, Conn. -Charlie
Powell, 225, San Diego,
knocked out Lee Jones, 190, Phila

delphia (Z).

OTTAWA, Ont. Gale Kerwin,
143, Ottawa, stopped Cliff (Bobo)
Fiddler, 145, Prince Albeit
Sask. (12).

Burdette Named

National League

'Player Of Month'

rmrfttfitfATT -hipti ;f

Riiirlcilp whn tnnlc nil all enmnM

like they were only New York

Yankees, was named today as the

M nil An n I I ., .11 1 "nilVi At TM

HIAllth" TIU! Altai

IHUIiui ii niisuok, iv aA- I'

i ne .1 -vear nin vvoria aen

nprn nir in a riiiw i m l i.n

Kraups II rn no miimm miiph

Y-HI.lv II I H I 111! I. I lift I. UlUIILIl

pnmnilinff'a 7-1 record and a 1 .0(1

earned run average, the seven

victories raisea ms season recora
to 16-9 and gave him an outside
shot, at entering tn 20wih circle
for the first tame.",

Burdette s closest competition in
the monthly voting canw from
Ernie Banks, the Chicago Cubs''
slugging shortstop, who also
finished second to we Braves
Joey Jay in the July voting. Bur
dett. had 19 votes, M&tWlC

Hank Aaron of the Braves, Tt
Larry Jacksbn of the St. Lou's
Cardinals, 2V4, and Carl Futillo of
the Los Angeles Dodgers, 1.

Clayton Boxing

Team Tryonts

The Fort niavton Special Serv

ices Offloe announced that box box-lne;
lne; box-lne; tryouts for the post team will
get underway at Reeder Gymna Gymnasium
sium Gymnasium Monday, Sept. 8, beginning
at 6:30 p.m. All those Interested

should contact sergeant fi
Class George Silvas at the gym

Sports Briefs

WILL TRAIN FOREIGN HORSH
BATTIMfiPF. Mri (UPI) J.

Bowes Bond of Towson, Md. has
agreed to train Australian bred
Sailor's Guide for the $100,000

jJlWashington, D. C, International

ai iiaurei rtuv. u.

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Hodgkins disease.

RIDES FOUR WINNERS
mivc l.ANniNR. N. J. (UPI)

Jockey Howard Grant booted homo,
four winners Thursday, including
both halves of a $103 daily double.

"BEST EVER COACHED
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UPI)-Navy
football coach Eddie Erdelatz said
Thursday tackle Bob Reifsnyder
of Rockville Centre, N. Y is "the
best tackle I have ever coachad
collece or did."

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the British yacht Sceptre, is

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through pre-Americas
paces at Newport, KJ

Player 0! The Day

SAM JONES-

Qam TnnPl whose Won losl.

murlrc npvpr have ouite reflected

the high rating given mm Dy nvm

batters, owns a recora toaay mai
anaolrG fnr iteplf.

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The tiarn rnrowinE siaeariiiri

rnq!Pll Di''V l)(-.'Ul's dill) Hiai'lC

of 199 strikeouts for the St. Louis
Cardinals Thursday' when he

fanned eight Chicago cus piayers
to lift his season total to 201.
Tnnp i!i thp first National Leasuer

m 17 years to top 200 strikeouts in

season and he neeas pniy two

mnrp 9 rikPOU tS 10 aCniCVe UK-

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Van Llngie Mungo s zao in i v.

Jpnes recora tnis season is omy
12-11 and his six-yesr major league

rpnnrH is nnlv 49-58. But this will

be the third year he has led the
circuit in strikeouts.

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he stands 6-4 and Weighs about

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cirlparm motion and helieves H S

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PAGE SEVER
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In Panama Bay S

ALL-OUT Britain's Sceptre, under full sail, cuts alone off
Newport, R.I., tuning up lor Americas Cup race. The 69-foot;
White-hulled sloop will engage the U.S. entry on Sept. 20.

bv
JOE WILLIAMS

Wbrtt comes from the West
Coast that Johny Longden, woo
admits to a frugal 51, is gettmg gettmg-ready
ready gettmg-ready to hand up his tacit auec
32 years and, over 5,000 wlnmug
races. i .; iK
On our recent, trek out there
John Herts, as he aliuost uiiliU uiiliU-ingly
ingly uiiliU-ingly does got around to talking
of the remarkably Utile, veteran.
t. i"One morning, eight,- 10 years
ago, Johnny and his wife called
n me. 1 sensed uiey were mwt
ing with a problem, tne nawie
which was soon w ue revesivu
Si Longden wanted jonnny
it, said he waS getting too did,
urT hn alwavs had a special
admiration ana a iecuon inrvu":
ny. He had ridden the magnlfWtent
Count Fleet in all his races. Even
; nnrtraits Hertz had always in
sisted on him Thus no other
had ever been astride tne inme
Crown, champion.
Tc n this mnmin Hert finally
said to .Tommy: "We'l, why W
you quit? You've won just aboit
everv m race inee iv ,v" y
sot all the money you'll ver need
In retelling the story, tV no
New .York sportsman could not
restam heirry laugh. "1 was
already convinced, just looking al
him, that th' Visit he'd not ben
of hR own decis!on, and, further
that the at hi.ng he wanted was
to retire. Nevrtheless, I was com completely
pletely completely tlnprrnpttH for the fantss
tic excuse, or reason, he present
d-" y
Johnny Puis Uo
"I, want o go to A'riea am
shoot Bono, h. sa:d. "A"d, that
cots money, a lot more than I m
h to snend right how.
If his .came as w lncnnevuoiis
surprise to ovr ht the e' ec wsa
indescribo'v strr'Vn" on Mrs. iLmK
den. who -e'iigiv h-4 neyor
heard much less suspected, that
he' tiny spmi?e hM no"'
lbing such boldly heroic amni-
How much would the trip
i tV' m fAnd. when
bohnny, confu'ly grorime. mum
hlei ttO.'OOu. "Vaybe ,. whole lot
more.'1 toir. host, pentlv amused
ibv the Wit man's soTatinn.
said: "Well. Johnny, I'll give yor
ta's side, in W$. l- .don't want
1 see vdu .set .nvrk-p'Tncr ..
i npnnrtrlv anreciat-
.1 wk.i1 take (ime tn Pit his
iffilM 1 Wder, 4n- complete de-
ff:, lor -tv sa srt. -w. sni
icon the "ext da be was back
c.ota Ah'ttf rMtns n .almost-
every race, and that awsars to
nve b"An the lrt r""a. he's men
tinned Africa fnl lions.
GOOD DEAL The Kauai City
A Wetlcs were not short-changed
when the New York Yankees
dealt them Ralph Terry. The 22
year-oW mora recently barely
missed pitching a perfect game
toe

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In an earlier essay we devoted
so aiucn space to getting into and
out oi, John Hem' model bomb

shelter, we neglected to report that
our old trieno, tar from abandon
ing racing, plans to be even more
active than he has been for some
years. -,-.:
"Since his farm, Stony Creek, at
Paris, Kv., has alwavs been the
club of his extensive breeding and
training interests, the disposal of
his southern California ranch due
to residential and industril en
croachments is a sacrifice' to con convenience
venience convenience more than to operation.
"I just won't be able to look o-i
the front window and sea my
norses nere m ine future.
Wh Never Pnssed
With luck, the .tamed veilmv anrf
fcalck silks will be seen much dt-
tener nest year. Herti plan to
race moe of his own stock than
has been his custom supplement
in? homebreds with vearlinir nnr
chases.
Some of the finest thnrniinhhreHi
m turf history have reaced in his
colors. Reigh Count. Anita Peabo Peabo-dy
dy Peabo-dy and, of course, Count Fleet. .
"We never eot to know reallv how
good he was," said ourhost as
ne stood in nis library adminrp
a strixing on painting of tm
Count.
Well, he was surely better than
most and it could be there has
never been a better on anywhere
at 3, his iinal year. Nothing could
gel close to him ; unbeaten in six
start, he won his 'aces bv fivt
10, 20, even 30 lenghts. How f:tsl
he might have gone if put to a
anve nooody will ever known. All
Longden had to do was to sit in
the saddle .And dream of mak
ing ferocious nubian beasts roll
over and plead for nercy. Even
then, which was AS years ago he
was, by a square age count, crowd
ing 40. ;
Golf Pro Says Ike
Nol Contenfralinq
Emoitoh On Game
NEWPORT. R.I. (UPI1 Pro
Norman Palmer today attribuU J
President Eisenhower's higher-
than -usual golf scores to a -failure
to concentrate enough on the
game.
"The President seems to have
more on his mind," thP Newport
Country Club pro told a reporter.
"He doesn't seem to be concen
trating on the game as well as
last year. He's missing too mriy
short putts where concentration
counts a great deal."
1 Palmer, who plays regularly
with the President here, de
spribed Eisenhower as "a better
than average golfer for his age
and a good student of the game".
None 0 Eisenhower's golf
scores on this vacation have been
disclosed, except that one was
around 0 The President usually
shoots in the middle 80s when he
is on his game.
Despite the fact he hasn't bcn
playing as well as usual, the
President hasn't let th's bother
Mm when it comes to tipping the
caddies
On one day, he picked up the
tab for his fcrom an'' naid t'.
four cddies 5 each. The caddy
tee is sz so.
GETS
TRAINER ASSIGNMENT
DETROIT (UPD The DetroK
Red Wings have, named Julian
Klymkiw to succeed Lefty Wi?3l
as assistant trainer and Spare
goalie. Klymkiw. second string
goalie for Winnipeg in the
Western League, was signed all: r
i Wilson was made head trainer.

Taboga-Panama

Ski Marathon
Also Scheduled
One of the most important
boat races to be held in Panama,
it the one being organized by
the "Club de Yates y Pesca," cel
ebrating the Presidential Classic,
having a distance of 25 miles.
The race will take off in front
of "Pefia Prieta" en route to Ta Ta-boga
boga Ta-boga whete, at a marked point,
it will return back to Panama.
The fastest boats,-big and small,
with outboard motors will parti participate
cipate participate in this competition repre representing
senting representing the Canal Zone, Panama,
Colon, etc.
Also, on Sept. 26, as part of the
boat races program, a ski mara
thon will be held from Taboga to
Panama, a distance of 13 miles,
with participation of the most
outstanding skiers from both the
Canal Zone and Panama.
Persons Interested in partici
pating in the ski marathon
should contact Prank Hirt, tele telephone
phone telephone Balboa 2675.
"El Panama America" Team
Ha r modi o Arias, Jr., one of the
pioneers of water skiing in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, will inscribe a team Repre Representing
senting Representing the colors of "El Panama
America" in these competitions.
"Mody" himself will pilot the
towing boat that day and ex expects
pects expects to win.
The competitors in this $ki
marathon total fifteen: Canal
Zone-six, Colon-two, and the
balance will be made up by rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the club de Yates
y Pesca. However this does not
mean that before September
28 the inscription number may
not increase.
All the places along, the Paseo
Balboa, between 31st Street arid
the Miramar Building will be
crowded by persons watching the
sports program on that after-no0"-
..
Kobbe Hands Flyers
Season's 1st Defeat
The Fort Kobbe Regulars Invad
ed the Albrook Air Force Base
Gymnasium Thursday night and
handed the Flyers their first de defeat
feat defeat of the season in the Panama
Area Armed Forces Basketball
League. Trailing 45 44 at halftime.
the Regulars came back strong
ana ended the game nine points
to the good, 84-85. 1 ,
Kobbe 's three big men, Dick
Hill. Dick Allen and George Ham
ilton tossed in 24, 23 and 2S I points
resvectively while Emmett Bry
ant, the league's leading scorer
tossed in 32 points m a losiig
cause. ,
This was the third meeting he
tween the two teams this season
Albrook defeated Kobbe in their
other outings, both at the Kobbe
Gym.
In Wednesday, night's game For4.
Amador created a three-way tie
for third place as they defeated
the PAAF defending chamni
Fort Clayton, at their home court.
9284. Heading the scorers for the
Troopers were Bobby Christoph?r
with 34 and Ray Craw.'ord with
The three, teams tied are A ma
dor, Clayton and Army Atlantic
AH have 4-6 marks.
Tonight's (Friday) PAAF action
finds the Fort Clayton Cavaliers
invading the home of the Army
Bushmasters in a 7:30 p.m. en
counter. Both teams will bP at
tempting to gain sole possession
Of that third slot.
Tomorrow the Fort Amador
Troopers invade Reeder Gymna
sium at fori uayui to taxe on
the last nlace Navy quintet.
PAAF League Standings
(At of Septembers )
W FB
Albrook AFB lfl 1
Fort Kobbe 8 3 2
Fort Clayton 4 6 5
Army Atlantic 4 6 .Vi
rort Amador 4 6 hi
Navy 1 9 H
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
MEETING
The Pacific Little League, the
oloest Litte League on the Isth
in us. and the first Little League
Oil the continental United States
will hold its initial meeting of tho
1958-1959 season, Monday -nignt
Sept. 8, at 7 o'clock, at the Civil
Aftairs Building in the Tower Con
trol Room.
The Pacific Little League be
longs to the entire community und
any one Interested in particirit
ing in the local Htle league pro
gram will he Welcomed with o-
pen arms. There are many phas
es to the little league, and thero
are openings for those who win:
to participate.
Clayton Post
Bowling Rolloffg
Port Clayton's post bowling
roll off s will be held during the
period Sept. 17-27, the Post Spe Special
cial Special Services Office announced.
Keglers seeking a spot on the
po't turn must have at least a
150 average r?,cd upon 15 games.
The roller f will be an 18-game
affair.

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Sam JoneJ lefteads the National League in strikeouts and Stan Muaiaf s maktaf
bTfoV h" eighth batting championship. The Man cracked the circuit's extra base tut record.

B a si Ho'

Earns Him
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 6 (UPI)
Carmen Basillo's impressive
eighth-round knockout over gory
Art Aragon apparently assured
the ex-champion another shot
at the middleweight crown crown-probably
probably crown-probably in the huge Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Coliseum next spring.
Officials of the International
Boxing Club agreed that relent relentless
less relentless Basilio was still the out-.
standing contender for Sugar
Ray Robinson's title not only be-
c?. use of his impressive showing
but because of last night's 21,060
spectators at Wrlgley Field.
The gross gate was $236,921.1(1,
topping the Pacific Coast record
of $234,183 drawn by the Floyd
Patterson-Roy Harris heavy
weight; title fight at the same
field, Aug. 18.-
Army Riflemen
In Camp Perry
Army riflemen broke records
in both team matches fired
Thursday at the National Match Matches
es Matches at Camp Perry, Ohio, but
could not manage any better
than second place behind a red red-hot
hot red-hot Marine aggregation.
The six-man Marine Blue
Team started the day with a
score of 8P.2-56 in the Enlisted
Men's Trophy Match, breaking
the old record by 14 points.
They rounded out the day by
posting a 591-73 in the Rumbold
Trophy, six points over the old
record.
In the enlisted men's event,
shooters from the U.S. Army Ad Advanced
vanced Advanced Marksmanship Unit cap captured
tured captured second and third places.
They added second and fourth In
the Rumbold to end the day.
The same teams led AMU
shooters in the two matches.

Montreal Magic Number
Reduced To 'One7 In II.

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Sept. 6
(UPD Montreal can clinch its
first International League pen pennant
nant pennant since 1955 today. A Royals
victory over the Rochester Red
V'ingg tdnight, or, a defeat for
second-place Toronto in an a
ernoon game, at Buffalo, N Y.,
would turn the trick.
Bob Darnell and BUI Harris
assured Montreal of at least a tie
last night when they whitewash whitewashed
ed whitewashed Rochester, 2 0 and 3-0, allow allowing
ing allowing a total of 10 hits for the two
games. The double Victory over
the Red Wings coupled with Buf Buffalo's
falo's Buffalo's 4-3 defeat of Toronto
clinched the tie.
Montreal, cellar-dweller last
season, hopped on Rob Gibson
for a run In trie first lnpin" of
the opener pud -cored another in
the second for insurance us Dar Darnell,
nell, Darnell, who had allowed six hits,
won his second game.
Harris gave up four hits in the
nightcap as his mates scored the
run they needed for victory in
the fourth inninc. Single rvns in
the fifth and eighth gave Harris
his 14th victory.
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Buffalo with the help of Luke
Easter's two run homer In the
third virtually ruined Toronto's
bid for Its third straight flag.
The Maple Leafs must win their
remaining games today and Sun Sunday
day Sunday and Montreal must lose all
its games for Toronto to tie.
In other games, Miami defeat defeated
ed defeated Havana, 7 2, and Columbus
and Richmond split a double double-header,
header, double-header, the Vees wli.nlng the

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Another
For his first start on the come
back trail, Basilio will receive an
estimated $73,000 for his 30 per
cent of all net receipts includ including
ing including the $35,000 television fee. He
was guaranteed $60,000. Aragon,
the Los Angeels "golden ooy al also
so also will receive an estimated $73,-
000.
Basilio, weigh ins 155 pounds
to Aragon's 152, displayed his
usual persistent hooking attack
to body and head as he batter battered
ed battered the taller Aragon into
bloody submission.
Courageous Aragon, 30, stag staggered
gered staggered Carmen, 31. in the fifth
round three times with left;
hooks and "sneaker rights." But
meanwhile, the ever-attacking
Break Records
National Shoot
switching the top position from
mprnlng to afternoon.
In the enlisted men's match
the Army Number One Team
fired a 874-38 score. They were
led by Sergeant First Class Gor Gordon
don Gordon Voss with a 148-09 of a pos possible
sible possible 150.
Both team scores were good
enough to break the former
match record of 868-67, set by
another Marine team four years
ago.
In the afternoon match, the
Army Number Two fired a 589 589-76,
76, 589-76, four points better than the
match record set last year. A A-gain,
gain, A-gain, however, it was good only
for second place.
Today's only match will be the
big one for the military services,
the National Trophy Team
Match. The Army will be defend defending,
ing, defending, the title they won last year
with a record score of 1140-127.
first,, 10-6, while the Jets took
the nightcap, 7-3.
The linescores;
(First Game, 7 Innings)
Montreal 110 000 02 5 0
Rochester OOOOPOO 0 6 2
Darnell and Teed; Gibson,
Greascn (2) and Katt. LP: Gib Gib-sop.
sop. Gib-sop. (Second Game)
Montreal 000 110 0103 10 1
Rochester 000 000 0000 4 0
Harris and Teed; Browning,
Wright (8) and Katt. LP: Brown
ing. HR: Gray.
Havana
000 002 0002 5 2
106 000 00X 7 4 2
Miami
Cueche snd A. Alvarez; Bunjcer
and Coker. HR: Grandcolas.
Toronto 010 000 1013 7 2
Buffalo 102 100 00X 4 9 0
Blake, Crimian (5), Tlefenauer
t7) and Hannah: Hahn and Hol Hol-ton.
ton. Hol-ton. LP: Blake. HRS: Easter, Nel Nelson.
son. Nelson.
(First Game, 7 Innings)
Columbus 101 2200 8 TO 3
Richmond
011 044 x-
-10 If 3
Daniels, Arroyo (6) and Otuis Otuis-ka;
ka; Otuis-ka; chpkales. McMahan (4), Post
(6) ard Oldis. WP: Post. LP:
Daniels.
(Second Game)
Columbus 7, Richmond 3
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Title Shot
Carmen battered him until his
legs were wobbling and his face
was bleeding from five face cuts
in the eighth.
Aragon's handlers threw in the
towel in the eighth, but referee
Tommy Hart didn't see it. It
hung on a ring turn-buckle. He
stopped the bout of his own ac accord
cord accord at 1:27 of the eighth "to
save Aragon from further pun punishment."
ishment." punishment." Hart said It was a full full-fledged
fledged full-fledged knockout under Califor California
nia California rules although there had
been no knockdowns.
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US Motorboats

Registration Numbers In 59

WASHINGTON (UPI)-An esti esti-mated
mated esti-mated 3,300,000 motorboats get
new govern ment registration
numbers on their bows next sea
son because of a new law signed
by President Eisenhower.
The law, designed to brin
more safety into the current mo mo-torboat
torboat mo-torboat boom, requires the ras-
tration of all motorboats of mole
than 10 horsepower and raises
penalties for reckless steering on
the nation's lakes and waterways.
State legislatures meeting in
January are. expected to enact
bills identical to the one passed
by Congress last month to make
the new safety regulations effec effective
tive effective by next summer. If the
states don't act, then federal reg registration
istration registration with the Co-'st Guard
rathtr than state off'ci? -will be
reouired as of April 1, 1960.
The Council o". State, Govern Governments,
ments, Governments, which favored the regis
tration of even smaller craft, is
circulating a model state bill to
state legislatures. i
The new law originally was
scheduled to require registration I
of all craft of more than V-
horsepower. But it was chanj?
wun an amennmeni onereo o
Sen. George D. Smathers (D
5C$RES
The Diablo Business Women.'r
league will inaugurate the 1958 59
bowling season Monday night, at
the Diablo Service Ctner. Games
will start at 7:30 p.m. sharp. All
bowlerettes already assigned to
teams should be present at 7.
There are still a few opening
left for any bowler of the fair sex
Another league, the Balboa Mix Mixed
ed Mixed League, will start off at the
Balboa Bowlerama, on Wedn g g-day
day g-day Sept. 10 at 7 p.m.

POULTRY

VEGETABLES FRUITS

to Get

Fla) in the wake of complaints
by small boat owners.
Prior federal regulations re required
quired required registration only of vessels
exceeding 16 feet in lenght.
Under the new law, owners
would be required to ragi-te-their
craft every three yean i"
pay a "reasonable "ee" yet to
ft.
The law also authorizes a civil
penalty of up to $200 in addit-on
to present criminal penalties of
up to a $?,000 fine andor one
year in jail for operating a ino ino-torboat
torboat ino-torboat in a "reckless or negli negligent
gent negligent manner."
Operators also would be re-oi'-'red
m case of tftcMen 'o
give aid or assistance to others
involved. Where death or dani-e
epceed'ng $100 occurred they slso
would be required to file an acci accident
dent accident report with the Coast Guard
or state officials.
Sports Briefs
irish START PRACTICE
SOUTH BEND, Ind. UPIO No-
,tre Dame began oracticinc! for its
70th football season Monday, w'th
coach Terry Brennan putting 17
candidates through their first
workout.
NAMED ATHLETIC DIRECTOR
BAMBERG, S. C. (UPI)-W A.
(Rock) Norman has been ap
pointed athletic director at Car Carlisle
lisle Carlisle Military Academy here. He
formerly coached at C3msun,
Furman, The Citadel and the Uni University
versity University of South Carolina.
TRAINER TAKING REST
NEW YORK (UPI) Bill Win Win-frey,
frey, Win-frey, who trained Native Dancer
and several other champion
thoroughbreds for Alfred G. Van Van-derbilt,
derbilt, Van-derbilt, said Wednesday he will
take "an extended vacation" from
racing and remain with his family
on the West Coast.
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fruit juices, fish and poultry, all-year-'round
regardless of season.

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$250.00 per month.
M
- FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
I vlth baths, garage. Appropiate for
family or business. Phone 3-61 67.
fOR RENT: Furnished three
bedrooms chalet, maid's room
and garage. 43th. Street No. 1 1-107
107 1-107 $150.00. Tel. 2-3479
3-0696.
US Army Installs
IBM Transceiver
At San Juan, P. R.
In another move to modernize
Its supply system, the Department
of the Army has installed an IBft.
transceiver at the U.S. Army Sis
rial Communications Center, San
Juan, P.R. j t
i The machine is designed to cut
action time, on stateside requisic
ions from the U.S. Army Forces
Antilles and the military district
of Puerto Rico from approximate
ly 15 to 22 days to a mere three
days.
The new IBM transceiver in
Puerto Rico now translates to
IBM punch cards many requisit requisitions
ions requisitions from the technical services.
The requisitions are relayed to
toe U.S. Army Caribben Finance
and Accounting Office at Corozal
and then to the states lor neces
sary. action.
The transceiver was installed at
Corozal last December.
After being translated the punch
cards are fed into the machine
and transmitted by radio circuit
and landline to the U.S. Army
Overseas Supply Agency at New
Orleans, La., where a simila
machine containing blank caras
is located. The information fed
from the transceiver at Corozal is
punched into receiving blank
cards.
After the transceiver In New
Orleans completes its work, the
cards are re-transmitted to appro
piate technical service depots,
where the requisitions are filled

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Apartments

$50.00 furnished apartment.
North American neighbors. Via
lipaiia. Phone 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. I Oth Street', Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista
Ave. Mexico 69 near' 43rd.
Street Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, completely furnished
in 45th St., No. 2-213, Bella
Vista, information next door.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
kitchen, laundry, maid's room,
oarage. Alberto Navarre Street
No. 53. El Cangrejo, call tele telephone
phone telephone 2-0850
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas, in Vis Vista
ta Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: Well furnished 2
fcodroom apartment, Campo Ale Ale-gre.
gre. Ale-gre. Before noon call Panama
2-2110. after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290.
FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedrooms apartment, living din dining
ing dining room, cool and comfortable.
Vis Porras No. 46.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Tel. 3-2978.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Tel. 3-2978.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, two bedrooms liv living,
ing, living, owning room, independent
services, San Francisco 86 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartments,
ments, apartments, 51 St. No. 30. $40.00
Unfurnished 5th St. Rio Abajo,
call 3-6480 or 3-7069.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, In recently construct constructed
ed constructed building, all conveniences.
Call 50 Bet. 86 and 81 Sts.
Apts. Amelia, phone 3-1210.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
one furnished, hot water, near El
Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre.
Tel. 2-3341 3-3379.
Signal Lieutenant
To Take Course
First Lt. John G. Grill of tho
Signal Section, Fort Clayton, is
scheduled to attend the distribu
tion management course at tne
U.S. Army's Logistic Management
Center at Fort Lee, Va.
Grill will attend the course from
Sept. 29 to Nov. 21.
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INTERNAL DE PUBLIC ACIONES No. 3
BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON
f AKM.niA lux lbs central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 50 Street No.
. ,11 1 W 11... . Hall. Vlwim Tha.t, 1
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 195S Austin
Healey Roadster $2,650, call
Rodman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4 door
1956, low mileage, clean, on
owner, le.-ving. $1,300. Tel. 2 2-3405.
3405. 2-3405. C. Askew.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door Sedan Deluxe, less than
4000 miles. Will sacrifice, best
reasonable offer. House 765 Apt.
12. Phono Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Cara Cara-Itna
Itna Cara-Itna hardtop coupe V-8, engine,
hydramatic, power brakes, radio,
two tones paint, like new tires,
tinted glass and other Deluxe
features. Immaculate throughout,
piiced very reascnable, Tel. 2 2-2472,
2472, 2-2472, Bilbca.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 2
aoor hardtop, excellent condition.
Leather upholstery, $1175. Can
be financed. Phone Panama 3-
7063.
FOR SALE: Nash 600, good
paint, good tires, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384,
5608-A, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac Ca Ca-tallna,
tallna, Ca-tallna, $1300 sedan. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5197 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobila
hard top convertible, power steer steering
ing steering and brakes, hydramatic, air
conditioned. Polaroid camera,
Zeiss Contaflax camera, German
shepherd, excellent watchdog.
Navy Pacific 3559.
AUTO: 1950 Bulck, 4 door,
radio. Good running condition.
$365, phone 2-2670.
jWB To Feature
lecture On Hi-Fi,
Stereophonic Sound
On Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. i
prbgrarn Of imffledlirte interest o
anyone who owns a radio, TV
apparatus or tape recorder will
take place at the USO-JWB Arm
ed Forces Service Center.
.1
"The modern trend in music
reproduction, hi-fi, and stereo," I
demonstration and lecture win De
presented by Dr. Manfredo Engel,
president of the "National" Elec Electric
tric Electric Center.
The lecture will encompas many
facets of the musical field. A
through explanation of the princi
ples of hi-fi with the various at attachments
tachments attachments to aid in truer fidelity
sound will be offered for demon demonstration.
stration. demonstration. Stereophonic sound on
tape will be explained and demon demonstrated,
strated, demonstrated, and an explanation of
stero sound in general, its produc production,
tion, production, its equipment, will be tested,
as will be Stereo on tape, record recorder.
er. recorder. An extra feature, new to the
Isthmus and still a novelty in the
United States, the "stereophonic
record" will be unveiled.
A question and answer period
will follow the demonstration of
all the sytems mentioned the cor corresponding
responding corresponding equipment.
Postal Processing
Center To Move
From Naval District
The U.S. Army Caribbean pro
cessing center, presently situated
at the 15th Naval District, is
scheduled to b0 relocated on Ser.r.
15. The new site for the center
will be in' Building 49, at Amador,
behind post headquarters.
The postal processing center
will still receive incoming mail at
thP 15th Naval District but wiil
then transport it to the new site
where it will be assorted for
processing to U.S. personnel in
the South American countries.
Under Dresent oDerations mail
is shipped from U.S. Army APO
834, in New Orleans, La., to the
Canal Zone post office in Balboa
The mail is then transported to
the 15th ND for further proces
sine Under Dresent nlans. ncrson
nel assigned to Fort Amador will
still. be ible to pick their man up
at the Naval District. The new
movp will only affect mail destin
ed for Latin American areas.
Adriana Waithe
Dies; Funeral
Monday at 1 P.M.
A 76 year old resident of La Bo Boca
ca Boca Mrs. Adriana Waithe, died
Thursday at 11:30 p.m. after a
long illness.
Funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m. Monday at the Corozal
Chapel.
Mrs. Waithe is survived by her
husband.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Long playing
records with 50 discount,
clastic and popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, Cello 37 No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Completely rebuilt
KD-5 ALLIS CHALMERS tractor
with Bulldoxer, F. Icaxa y Cia.
Ave. Juste Arotemena. v.-
FOR SALE: Wonderfull restau restaurant
rant restaurant $1.00. For leaving country
Tel. 3-0710. Night 3-6991.
FOR SALE: Hallic rafter radio S-
X-28, $75.00, electric plant
3i Kw. $2.50, Hi-Fi record
player folidor $225.00, Hoff Hoffman
man Hoffman Iron, 5 h.p. boiler $175.00,
1 h.p. boiler $125.00; 14)
steam tramps $40.00, 1955
Buick two tone, radio, perfect
condition, $1,400.00. Jeronimo
de la Otsa Street. No. 12-66.
Tel. 2-5174 3-7844.
FOR SALE: Piano, email. Up Upright,
right, Upright, $95.00. Sewing machine,
cabinet, electric $29.00. Tropical
fish, "Bettas," $1.00 each.
House 2256-B Carr Street, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4474.
HI Fl RECORDS
CLASSICAL POPULARS JAZZ
33 13 R.P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St. No. A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays end Saturday!
Nite until 9:00 p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANY
RECORD YOU WISH.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodlum Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes In Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed In October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
LIFE INSURANCE
call i
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
end deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
SPEED LIGHT
no more bnrned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
The New
SP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewflnder System
n EsMMJeaV
Panama Col6n
STRIKE ENDS
LOS ANGELES (UPI) United
States Borax and Chemical Corp.
said yesterday it expects its pot potash
ash potash division in Carlsbad, N. M
to be in full production by, Thurs Thursday
day Thursday following settlement of a 32-
day strike called by two locals'
f the International Association of
Machinists.
RAIL PRICES BOOSTED
NEW YORK (UPI) United
States Steel Corp. has announced
price boosts of about 3-4 per cent
on rails and track accessories.
the increases are similar To
those mil into effect by Bethle

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Home Articles
FOR SALE: 12 cubic foot up upright
right upright Hofpoint f-eeier. Excellent
condition, $295.00. Quartan
61-B, Albreok AFB. Phone 3209.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Really Beautiful modern Rattan
living and diningroom sot
Pagoda style. Spinet piano. Phone
Coco Solo 708. House 236-D.
FOR SALE: 3 piece living room
set, mahogany, $100. 6418 Dos
Becas, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Natural color grass
rugs. 2262 Can Street, Balboa.
Phone, Balboa 2444.
FOR SALE: Piano. Good con condition.
dition. condition. And also other house household
hold household furniture. House No. 30-D.
Coco Solito. Phono 8055.
FOR 1 SALE: "Kenmore" gas
stove, 42" three months used,
good price, for information house
364 Apt. D. Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: Sandblasted oak
dining room set: round table
w2 leaves, 6 chain, buffet,
glass-front China closet $150.
Sandblasted oak desk wchair
$20. 5334-B Davis St., Diablo.
Call 2-3468.
FOR SALE: Large Upright
"Cabinet Grand" piano, full tone,
black, $115; double bad, wood,
box springs and innerspring mat mat-trass,
trass, mat-trass, $45; bunk badr, wood,
springs and mattresses, $26;
carved oak China cabinet, $45,
(throw in table and chairs tp
in poor condition) ; odd dressers;
chests of drawers, cheap. Call
25-3157, 2479-B, First Street,
Cocoli,
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Apartment building
"San Jose", Rio Abajo No. 2192.
Enquire same building, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1.
New Clues In Search
For 3 Men Missing
North Of Fairbanks
FAIRBANKS. Alaska (UPI)
Spurred on by a mysterious radioJ
signal picked up on a risn ana
Wildlife radio set, planes took off
again today in the extensive
search for three men missing since
Aug. 21.
The radio signal was earned on
yesterday on a voice frequency on
the Fish- and Wildlife Service re receiver
ceiver receiver but no voice transmission
accompanied the signal which was
picked up on a direct line 235
degrees from Anchorage. It was
being checked out by Air Force
and civilian planes.
The men disappeared on a flight
from Peters Lake, north of here,
to Fairbanks.
Aboard the missing plane were
Clarence Rhode, FWS official from
Juneau, his son, Jack, and Stan.
Frederickson, a Fairbanks FWS
agent and a former Idaho fish
and game official from Pocatello.
They were flying in a twin-engine
Grumman Goose, an amphi
bious craft.
Another possible clue which
turned up yesterday proved to be
a fizzle. A green flash of light
was seen by searching aircraft
near Kotzebue, but a thorough
check indicated the flash came
from the stnall village of Notak.
An FWS spokesman siid that
many spot clues have turned up
during the search hut that none
have checked out. He added that
the radio signal heard may have
come from a fishing vessel on the
west coast, near Kotzebue.
Bad weather has hampered the
search and yesterday a snowfall
in the Brooks Range, the focal
point of the search, further curtail curtailed
ed curtailed search efforts, which have now
been extended past the mountain
range.
FURNACES START
PITTSBURGH (UP) United
States Steel Corp. announced thr.t
the No. 1 blast furnace at its
Carrie Furnaces Division, Home Homestead
stead Homestead Works, has been returned
to production because of an im
proved demand for steel. The fur furnace
nace furnace has been Idle for two
months.
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records...
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.
PANAMA RADIO
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AGENC1AS

LOM-
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Lesson
Derosa Waftet School af Dana Dana-ing;
ing; Dana-ing; Ballroom, Ballet, Tee, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern Jan. Knights
af Celumbus Hall, 2-2363.
ATTENNTION! WIST BANK
Ann Lattin School of Dancing
will re-open September 1 6th
3:30 to 5:30. Cocoli Clubhouse
2nd floor, phono Balboa 2-4415.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14" Ft. boat with
trailer 7 V h.p. West band mo motor,
tor, motor, with gas tank $265.00. Call
84-3283 or see at Qrts. 362-B
Ft. Kobbo.
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN.
16 ft boat, covered with Fiber
Glass, with 35 h.p. Johnson mo motor
tor motor and trailer, ell now. Sacrifice
price. San Francisco de la Ca Ca-leta
leta Ca-leta 4th. Street No. 12. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7382.
FOR SALE: Cabin Crusier, with
two Chrysler anginas. 46 foot
long. Accomodates ton persons.
Completely equipped. Can ba
scan at Colon Yacht Club (Club
Nautico) 3rd, Street and New
Cristobal. Far information call
telephone 627 Colon.
PERSONALS
George, everything is alright. H.
Guillermo J. Gasoeri, recent
ly appointed Underwriter with
the Panma Insuranr Compa
ny leaves via Branlff tonight
for Chicago, to take a two
months course at the Conti
nental National Insurance In
stitute. Mr. Gasper i before en en-terinc
terinc en-terinc the Insurance field, -was
19 years with Esso Standard
Oil. His studies at the insur
ance school follows the pattern
set by the Panama Insurance
Company Xo send their execu executives
tives executives abroad for advance stu studies.
dies. studies. Youthful Actress
Hopes Wedding
Will be Quiet
MARSHALLTQWN, Iowa (UPI)
Jean Seberg, the Iowa girl who
starred in the only two movies
she has made, marries the son of
a French government minister to
morrow at a wedding she hows
will be "quiet".
But there was some doubt that
her hopes for "just a family
wedding" would succeed. The ce-
emony attracted eporters and
photographers from New york
and Hollywood and even from
Paris, and a Hollywood publicity
man was called in to help with
the arrangements.
Miss Seberg, 19 year old daugh
ter of marshalltown druggist,
met Harvard trained attorney
Francois Moureuil, 24, while on
location n the Riviera or the
filming of "Bonjour Tristesse."
She brought her bridegroom
back to her home town for to today's
day's today's ceremony because "I can't
think of' a nicer place to get mar
ried."
The wedding at Trlniy Luther
an Church, where the bride once
taught Sunday school, was sched
uled for 4 o.m. family friends
were invited to occupy mot of the
church's 200 seats. Photographers
were asked not to make pictures
during the ceremony.
One of the few celebrities in invited
vited invited was producer Otto Preming-
er, who selected Miss Seberg for
the tKle role In "St. Joan" from
among 18,000 applicants, although
she had ne ver previously ap
peared before cameras.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CI.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
i
FOUND: One camera at Good Goodyear
year Goodyear Plant. Will deliver to owner
on proper identification. Sea
Lynch at Goodyear Office.
USAF Sabre Jets
In Record Flight
To Dan mark Base
AALBORG, Denmark (UPI)
Four U.S. Air Force Super Sabre
jets set a record for a nonstop
flihgt from South Carolina to
Denmark yesterday but one of the
planes crashed on landing.
The jets on a "good will sa salute"
lute" salute" flight, arrived from Myrtle
Beach, S.C. after being re fueled
three times in the air. The flight
took less than 11 hours.
The plane which crashed was pi piloted
loted piloted by Capt. Ambler who es
caped injury. The jet burst a tired
on landing, ran off the runway
and dug its nose into the grass of
the airfield.
Four other Super Sabres flying
a similar mission from Myrtle
Beach to Sola, Norway, ran into,
a thunderstorm near the Azores.
Two of the planes, including one
piloted by flight leader Col.
Francis Gabreski, were obliged
to land in the Azores, but the pi pilots
lots pilots continued the flight in two
other planes which were standing
by.
SENTENCED TO DEATH
TOKYO (UPI)-The Communist
New China News Agency said
ioaay communist lninese, courts
sentenced nine Nationalist Chi
nese secret agents,' to death on
Aug. 28.

Researchers Get The Bird and

They re
Medical research workers just
sjot the bird at the Cancer. In Institute
stitute Institute at Miami but they are
delighted, not crestfallen.
The bird in question Is a
South African Louri, which an answers
swers answers to the catalog name of
"touraco corythaix." And he
was enthusiastically welcomed
at the institute's Miami labor laboratory,
atory, laboratory, a medical establishment
widely known among Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican doctors and scientists.
All this despite that fact that
the warmly received bird was
dead and kept in deep freeze
when he arrived after a 10,000
mile journey by Pan American
World Airways Clippers from
Durban, South Africa.
It all began when Dr. John
C. Claudatus, head of the Insti Institute's
tute's Institute's bio-chemistry depart department,
ment, department, assigned the task of find finding
ing finding a bird of that species to
Mildred Bellamy, technical sec secretary.
retary. secretary. Specifically, he wanted
the liver of the bird, known to
have the highest copper con content
tent content of any living organism.
Dr. Claudatus said it would
be extremely helpful to be able
to Isolate certain factors in con connection
nection connection with "investigation of
the nutritional aspects and
metabolism in relation to the
development of cancer In hum humans."
ans." humans." Many weeks and a. few hun hundred
dred hundred letters later Miss Bellamy
got the cooperation of Dr. P.
A. Clancy in Durban.
A EXCITING
GUN BATTLE

Release Sunday and Mondav at the "DRIVE-IN'

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. ,.1'i inip ftavden. ant of
nonnlnr nrfnrK i slnrrerl with
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door drama,' "(ilJN BAT II,
SUNDAY and MONDAY at
Harden has one of his
man who Is betrayed, shot

after the pair stage a bank holdup. His unrelenting search
for the outlaw and the incredible stroke of lock that
eventually put the man at his mercy form the background
for a thrill -loaded picture that is a masterpiece of excite excitement
ment excitement and tension. Advt.

"NTED

RESTAURATEUR REQUIRED AT
SUMMIT HILLS GOLF CtMt
SEE MANAGER ON PREMISES
OR CALL 4-38B.
"WANTED : Competent English
Spanish stenographer. State ex experience.
perience. experience. Apply Apartado 5411,
Panama.
WANTED: Unfurnished or
partly furnished house or apart apartment
ment apartment with three Of four bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, in residential section.
Campo Alegre or El Cangrejo.
Preferred Hotel Tivoii, extension
266.
I SERVICES
T.V., radia, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call William 6 Shirley.
Phone Panama 2-5113.
Molten Object
Falls From Sky
Onto Power Tower
BIG STONE GAP, Va. (UPI) -Repair
crews today investigated
a chunk of "me al or stone" that
slammed "red hot" into a high
voltage transmission tower near
here, burning through a steel sup support,
port, support, A. O, Umstead, manager of tho
Old Dominion Power Co. Norton,
Va., office, said crews reoorted
I Thursday night the object appear appear-ied
ied appear-ied to be either "aluminuto or
molten stone...possibly a meteor."
It apparently fell from the sky,
striking the tower two miles from
here near the coal mining com community
munity community of Imboden. Umstead said
his crews reported the object bent
a 30 foot steel crossbar flush
against the tower and struck the
ground, burning through one of
rmii snhri atital momhapi atanMM
ing the tower. )
XTiL. l. U'. '" i Ail '.' tf'ii,' ;i,,'.i
umsieaa saia tne supports ar
HiifiH si hp mpasnrino ti.ua inwimi
in width and about a quarfefSlc1
tnicx. ' -,-
Delighted
One of the most beautiful of
all small birds, the Louri la
carefully protected bar the. Un Union
ion Union of South Africa, and per permission
mission permission to take one was final finally
ly finally granted after a plea from
the U.S. Embassy.
Dr. Clancy and Pan Ameri American
can American oflcials in Johannesburg
devised a container and set up
arrangements.
At each Stop along the line"
Pan American had dry ice on
hand and the contBlner was
recharged as it was flown from
Johannesburg to Leopoldville
to Lisbon across the North At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic to New York and to Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. There lt was in the same
well froien state in which it
had been dispatched.
The six-inch-long body of the
Louri is dressed in some of
nature's most brilliant plum plumage..
age.. plumage.. The bright red head is
topped with a flashy crest, or
wattle. White bars extend down
through the cheeks. The beak
is a patent leather black, the
body grey, brown and black.
the wings the same bright red
as the head and it has a lone
violet tauu
The nresne.) nf cntwwir-'
the bird's body is indicated by'
the iridescent sheen through
au tne reamers.
Ilk. T m.,4.1 lm nJtiMti J
iiip iiuuu o ycu.y tme Hire
was almost extinct before r.
union or ssouin Airica gover
xiis capture or Killing. Acn
ACTION DRAMA
AT MONTERREY
the screen's huMcst and mos'
Pamrla Ilirwan. Ted de Cor-
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Peaceful Spot In Tense Week
WASHINGTON. Sept. 6 (UPI) Most peaceful aspect of this week's school integration efforts has been the
quiet integration of Nashville, Term., public scdool secon d grades under a court-approved year-at-a-time plan.
But in Virginia, Georgia and Arkansas the controversy raged. Manifestations of the racjal troubles included
the burning of a Negro in effigy in Arkansas and a fiery cross in North Carolina.
In several areas the dispute was merely simmering, apparently pending the Supreme Court's impending Lit Little
tle Little Rock decision. The hearing of this case, in which th e Little Rock School Board is seeking to end integration
at Central High School after one stormy year, is schedul ed for Sept. 11.

In Montgomery, Ala., the Rev.
Martin Luther King Jr., arrested
under protest on a loitering charge
aid he would serve a 14-day iail
term rather than pay the $10 fine
imposed on him at a city court
But someone unknown to King
b.M iK- f; in hie namp Th"
(lie urn ...
mini..- drl that fnr Hip moment
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"I don't know whether 1 will serve
my jail sentence or not.
There were these other racial
developments:
White ttudtnti striking against
I admission of 13 Negroas te the
! Van Buren, Ark., high school ap apparently
parently apparently won their point at
least for the moment. Non. of
the Negroes showed up for school
yesterday. Effigies of Negro"
were burned on the oampus
Thursday night.
The Mothers Leagu? of Little
Rock's Central High School adopt
ed a resolution condemning any
Who may accept jobs as Deputy
U.S. Marshals to enforce integra integration
tion integration at the school. "They are tn
receive $28 a day judges get
the resolution said.
In Harrisonburg, Vs., U.S. Dis District
trict District Judge John Paul announced
that he would' sign Monday an ord
it enjoying the Warren County
has no Negro high school.
The Justice Department file 1
its first suit under the 1957 civu
rights bill in Georgia, charnme
that Negroes had been demoa
their voting rights in Terrell Coun
ty; Ga.
Judo Walter I. Gwr, whose
. .1 : ;rl,.ri. Terrell Count v.
cinuii --
Slid he would order the arrest of
u.. cri .nnt who attempted
... l. 'Ci kl rourt "in
highhanded and menacin man-
! i' yiirgtn'a's miearatron spotlight
was on" Charlottesville wher the
city school board met to Icigh
tie advice of Gov. J. Lindsay Ai Ai-lirtmd
lirtmd Ai-lirtmd to Jmake ho assignments,
white or Negro, to any school tn
the faee of a federal court inte
gration order. ,
M In Virginia, Federal Judp
Albert y. Bryan erdtred Arllnr
ton County schools, near the na nation's
tion's nation's capital, to open Mondav
on a segregated basis pending
'1o U.I. Supreme Court's deci deci-sion
sion deci-sion on the Little Rock crisis.
He ordered the Arlington schools
to hold up admittance of 30 Negro
children to seven white schools
and took under study the petition
of the applicants.
Almond informed all Virginia
Weather Or Not
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Nashville Integration

school boards Thursday they had
been "totally divested" of any
authority in pupil assignment by
thP state's pupil placement law,
part ofithe state's "massive rest
tance" plan.
Almond's message magnified the
dilemma of the boards whiti are
named as defendants in desegre desegregation
gation desegregation suits against Arlington and
Prince Edward counties and Nor
folk, the state's sensitive integra integration
tion integration spots.
In effect the boards are un under
der under Federal court order to as assign
sign assign Nsgro students to white
schools and under state law are
forbidden to make any assign assignments.
ments. assignments. Almond admitted in a press con conference
ference conference Thursday that if the
boards do not make the pupil as assignments
signments assignments they could be cited for
contempt by Federal courts.
On the other hand, the stat?
could take contempt action against
tnem for violating Virginia s puce
ment law.
Elsewhere in the South there
was a faltering start toward
school Integration and somc vio violence.
lence. violence. A fiery cross, traditional sym
bol of the segregationist eytreme
mists, flawed twice Thursdav nt a
previously all white school in Win-
ston-Salem, N. C. where Gwen
dolyn Yvonne Bailey, a
Negro
hours
yo-v
in tt:e
girl, had registered a few
ear'ier.
The enrollment of three
Negroes at another school
city caused no undue excitement.
At Norfolk, Va.. Federal Judee
Walter E. Hoffman upheld the ci
ty school board's denial of eight
Negroes' request for admittance to
a wnite elementary school.
Th, board contended the Ne
urnrs would have to be transfer
red next year to a school now un under
der under construction in their rjesiden
tial area and a transfer this yejr
would make "too many trans transfers."
fers." transfers." When the mar handles the j
money, his wife usually handles j
the charge accounts.

LITTLE t,IX

Rudolf Friml On Orcades
Tells Of Leaving Musical

Among distinguished passengers
aboard the Orient liner Orcades
When it passed through the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal last week was fa famous
mous famous operetta composer Rudolf
Friml.
"Modern musical comedy is "in
pitiful shape," says Friml. He said
he walked out of a performance
of "My. Fair Lady" in London. "It
is a terrible thine. Th leading
man he cannot
explained.
even sing", he I
Friml, now 73, has written 27
musical comedies and operettas.
His biggest hit was "Rose Marie"
others include "The Vagabotiml
King", "Firefly", "K a t i n k a",
"High Jinks" and "The Three
Musketeers".
"Modern musicals arc no long
er operettas, but simply plays
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Jamaica's Manley

To Help Bring Situation to Normal'

LONDON, Sept. 6 (UPI)
Norman Manley, chief minister
(premier) of Jamaica, arrived in
London by air last night to check
personally on the race riot situa
tion.
He said the West Indies were
"Profoundly shocked" by the
recent disturbances and he
wanted to place himself at the
disposal of the British govern government
ment government to help bring the situa situation
tion situation back to normal.
"This Is an Issue of world im
portance," he said. "I did not
come here to quarrel. I have
come to help and work in any
way I can."
Many of the colored persons,
against whom whites have
demonstrated in some London
districts, emigrated to England
from Jamaica.
Home Secretary R. A. Butler
today reiterated that Negro and
white British Commonwealth ci citizens
tizens citizens were equal before the law.
He warned "extremist elements"
against trying to take advantage
of London's race riots.
Butler's statement was taken
as an indirect answer to de demands
mands demands for measures to restrict
immigration of colored persons,
from the Commonwealth na nations.
tions. nations. The home secretary, who heads
Britain's internal security forces,
issued his statement after an
emergency confer ence with
Prime Minister Harold Macmll Macmll-lan
lan Macmll-lan and other government offi officials.
cials. officials. It came during an uneasy calm
that settled over London's slum
areas following six straight days
of rioting.
"We have prided ourselves on
our hospitality to our fellow be beings
ings beings from Commonwealth and
colonial territories who enjoy the
right of unrestricted entry to the
mother country," Butler said.
"We are, in fact, the only
Commonwealth country which
has no powers to exclude or ex expel
pel expel citizens of other Common-
with music", Friml said. "There
are no more beautiful arias, duets
and finales, as in the days when
Victor Herbert and I were writing
only arooners and drums. 1 wrote
music that came from the heart heart-real
real heart-real melody. The new generation
has been spoiled by all the highly
paid rubbish they hear on televis television.
ion. television. "But I believe one day the tide
wiM turn
People will learn to ap
preciate good
songs and good
singers again,
"As for me

I write music now!freman machinist with the old

only to please
myself-svmphonic
works and tone
poems."
Firiml said Bernard Shaw would
ha "i.ffuct." it I u L I
uuftuoicu u ue luuiq see ana
listen to "My Fair Lady". He said
"The while conception is terrible.
I couldn't stand it. I had to get
up and go out".
Friml, with his wife Kay, who
is Chinese, are returning from an
annual recording trip to Europe,
in Hamburg (Germany) and Graz
(Austria) he recorded albums of
his own works, including selections
from his opertttas and new com
positions. After a short stiy at
his San Francisco home, he will
go to Hollywood to record there,
he practised for an hour each
morning on the piano in the ship's
restaurant. "I started my career
as a concert pianist", he said,
"and I like to keep my hand in".
Edwin Anthony
Dies; Funeral
Tomorrow At 4 p.m.
Edwin Anthony, a retired em employe
ploye employe of the U.S. Navv. died ves-
terday morning In Santo Tomas
Hospital.
A native of Antigua, B.W.I.
Mr. Anthony was 6S years old.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the San
Miguel Church, from where the
funeral will leave at 4 p.m. for
the Pueblo Nuevo Cemetery.
Mr. Anthony Is survived by his
wife, Teresa, his brother, H,eze H,eze-klah,
klah, H,eze-klah, his step daughter, Fanny
Campbell, and other relatives in
lAntlgua.

Flies to London

wealth countries.
"All British subjects, white
and colored, enjoy absolute
equality before the law," he
said.
Butler said the current race
trouble was a combination of
many factors.
But he warned, "we have no
Intention of allowing extremist
elements to take advantage of
any situation."
Butler said unemployment and
tne continual arrival or more
Negro immigrants was one cause
of the problem.
Of the 200,000 colored resi residents
dents residents of Britain, 17,100 are
drawing jobless pay a propor proportion
tion proportion "greater than that of the
normal working population."
Reinforced police units today
patrolled the slum areas of Not Not-ting
ting Not-ting HiM, and Paddington where
the most violent riots occurred.
The latest outbreak occurred in
Paddington when a gang of
white thugs and "Teddy boys,"
Britain's zoot-suited juvenile de delinquents,
linquents, delinquents, tried to set fire to a
house owned by a colored family
from Jamaica.
Two policemen who entered
the house to put out the flames,
had to barricade themselves in
until reinforcements arrived to
break up the bottle-throwing
crowd of more than 100 persons
who massed outside.
Ashes Of Pioneer
Zonian Will Be
Scattered In Canal
Committal services will be held
tomorrow morning for the asnes
of Volanti Saphir, retired employe
of the Pacific Locks who died July
5 in Washington, D. C. Mem Members
bers Members of his family asked that his
ashes be scattered in Gaillard Cut
and arrangements for the service
were made by the Panama Canal
Company's Personnel Bureau and
Locks Division.
Rabbi Nathan Witkin will offici officiate
ate officiate at the services which will be
held aboard the tug Gatun. The
tug will leave the northeast wing wing-wall
wall wing-wall of Pedro Miguel Locks at 11
a.m. Aboard the Gatun will be Wil William
liam William Brunner of Curundu Heights,
representing the Saphir family,
and a number of Mr. Saphir's for
mer associates from the Locks
Division.
Mr. Saphir, who was born in
Odessa, Russia, but was a natu
ralized citizen of the United States
came to the Isthmus in 1906 to
work as a machinist for the Isth
mian Canal Commission. A few
months later he was transferred
to the Panama Railroad force. His
service was broken briefly on se several
veral several occasions and when the per permanent
manent permanent Canal organization was
established in 1914 he became a
I Mechanical Divison.
I He resigned irom me Lanai
, force in 1915, but returned to the
service five years later, again as
a machinist in the Mechanical
Division. In 1928 he became a tow towing
ing towing locomotive operator at the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Locks, a position he held at
the time of his retirement in 1940.
He had. been living for several
years in Washington, D. C, where
a daughter, Mrs. Anna Towery,
and a son, Eugene, also make
their home.

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manager Alfredo Aleman and guests during an inspection tpur of the modern plant of the
National Brewery on the Traha-Isthmian Highway. The visitors also tasted and compared
the taste and the quality of the new Balboa being made by the Brewery. With Aleman are
Olrr.sdo Fabrega, Panama'! ClvU Defense chlefand Dr. Carlos E. Mendoza. manager of the
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Elevator Doctors Feel Admin's
Can Be Kept In Service Until

For a while recently, it looked
as it the Administration Build
ing's elevator had really had it.
Feeling the full weight of its 4
years, the poor old thing settled
itself at the bottom of its 39 foot
shaft and gave every indication of
staying there. The "General Serv Service
ice Service Temporarily Suspended sign,,
which has been appearing with in increasing
creasing increasing frequency on thP eleva
tor door, apparently was becom becoming
ing becoming permanent.
The situation seemed so hope hopeless,
less, hopeless, in fact, that steops were takci
to provide of ice space on the first
floor for Building workers with
physical disabilities who found it
difficult to ge up and down the
stairs. All offers were rejected,
however, although a few third third-floor
floor third-floor workers brought their lunch
and stayed in their offices from
arrival until quitting time.
Fairest Of Fair
Crowned Tonight
In Atlantic City
ATLANTIC CITY, N. ,T Sept 6
(UPI) This is jackpot day in
the Miss Amrriea Contest.
One of 52 beauties in the week
long pageant is going to be pro
claimed queen of them all shortly
be "ore midnipht tonight, before a
nationwide (CBS) television audi audience.
ence. audience. She will be the Miss America
beauty queen for a year.' With
the title goes $10,000 in (Scholar (Scholarships,
ships, (Scholarships, $15 000 in prizes, including
an automobile, furs and a TV set.
and a year long personal apper
ance tour that could net her $50, $50,-000
000 $50,-000 to $75,000.
But long before the judges' va va-vorite
vorite va-vorite girl is chosen, the contest contestants
ants contestants themselves will have select selected
ed selected the'r favorite entrant Miss
Congeniality.
With the Miss Congeniality litfo
goes a $1,000 scholarship and the
knowledpo that most of the Jirls
entered in the 31st running of the
Miss America contest liked her
best.

Headquarters and Headquarters
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But according to the present )s
sue of the Panama Canal Review
went to press, elevator doctors
think they have the-patient's con condition
dition condition under control. With tender
care, they believe, the little ma mahogany
hogany mahogany cage could continue to
travel up and down, at least on a
limited basis, until the new ele elevator
vator elevator arrives later this year.
Registrations For
FSU Fall Term
egins Next Week
Military personnel assigned to
the Panama area in the U.S. Ar
my Caribbean may register fnr
the Florida State University fall
term next week.
On the Atlantic side, armed forc forces
es forces personnel mav enroll at build building
ing building 400 Fort Gulick, any evening
from Sept. 9 to Sept. 12 between
7 and 10. On the Pacific side reg
istration will be held on Sept. 11
and 12 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
the Fort Clayton Army Education
Center.
The Pacific side classes which
will meet on Mondays and
Wednesdays will be written com
munication, instructed by H. Lor
ing White at Clayton, western ci
vilization, by Robert G. Cox at
Kobbe, fundamental mathematics
by George R, Cash at Albrook
Latin American history- by C.
Robert Bowen at Kobbe and the
school program by James F. Ma Ma-pary
pary Ma-pary at Clayton. On Tuesdays and
Thursdays Russian language will
be taught by M. F. Moucha ai
Clayton, college algebra, by
George R. Cash, Clayton and prin
ciples or economics by Albert A.
Tisone at Albrook,
On the Atlantic side Dr. Merrill
A. Symonds will teach great is issues
sues issues of politics at Gulick on Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursdays.
The hours for V classes will
be from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
To be eligible for enrollment
military personnel must have been
graduated from high school or
have a high school equivalency
certificate.
Company pose with general

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Company, 1st Battle Group,
'h? admintetrative
Building janitors, who had beea
hand-carrying everything up U
and Inducting file cases and desks,
greeted the news with enthusiasm.
The building's elevator is as old
as the building itself; its panelled
mahogany walls and ceiling were
designed to match the building's
woodwork. Described in its speci specifications
fications specifications as "essentially a passen passenger
ger passenger elevator," it can lift as much
as 2,500 pounds of freight at one
haul.
At first, anyone and everyone
could and dfd ride in the elevator.
But in 1921, as part of the govern
ment-wide economy program, the
elevator was restricted to the
most limited use. In 1928, a group
of building employes wfbte the
Executive Secretary a plaintive
letter, pointing out not only that
the use of the elevator would be a
"matter of dignity and courtesv to
visitors" but also that the em employes
ployes employes were seven years older
than they had been when the serv
ice was halted.
The Executive Secretary was
not moved by the appeal and turn turned
ed turned it aown. Thp. next year a peti petition
tion petition was circulated on the third
floor; it suggested that there might
be some women workers who, be because
cause because of "age or illness" might
like the elevator service. Only
three or four sisned; the remaind remainder
er remainder preferred climbing stairs to
acknowledging that they were eith
er agect or decrepit.
in is3o, anotner group Of em
ployes tried again; of the 41 who
signed, only E. B. Stevens is still
around and still working on the
third floor. This petition
was
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20th Infantrv Fort Kobfee' iiStheJ
NCO in charge of the Kobt31

44-Year-Old Cage

Arrives

more successful. On July l that I
year, the elevator started service!

on an ail day basis, with Benja

min Allen as its operator. It has!

been working, off and on, ever I
since, 4 j.-.
Letters Protesting
Negro's Sentence
MONTGOMERY, Ala, Spet. 1
(UPI) Secretary of Stae John

Foster Dulles has entered the easel

ot a JNegro sentenced to die for a I
$1.95 robbery of an elderly white!

whjuw, ii was aisciosea yesternay. i
Dulles sent Gov. James E. FoM

som a telegram sayine there was I

worldwide concern for 55-year oil I

farm hand Jimmy Wilson who wasl
senteoced to die for the night time I

tnett.

Ralph Hammond, Poison's exe.l

cutive secretary, reported Dulles
saict mat u. s. embassies had re
ceivtd "numerous letters", a'
bout the case. He said Dulles men mentioned
tioned mentioned the London embassy receiv
ing "about 600 letters a dav" and
the embassy in Ireland "receiving
aooui 4uu letters a day."
nammona saia uuues was "vsrv
J emphatic that he was not trying
n to interfere with the Judicial or
court system of Alabama but just
wanted to inform the governor of
wna' was occurrine throughout th
wona."
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