The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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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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AN INDEPENDEN1
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Manama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country u $afe Abraham Lincoln.
BRANIFF
Tel. Panama 2-0975
33rd YEAR
PANAMA, R.P. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 158
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THE GENERAL MANAGER of the Canal's Supply Division,
J.J. Barton, left, was one of a group of Canal Commissary
and supply officials -who joined brewery manager Alfredo
Aleman for a sampling party of the National Brewery yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. During the course of the gathering, Aleman made
It clear that his remarks to the Rotary. Club Thursday re regarding
garding regarding the sale of European beer in the Canal, Zone did
not apply to the commissaries.
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Four University Students
Jailed For Carrying Guns

THE PULSi
OF PANAMA

OPPOSITION LIBERAL Party
leaders Thursday night gave in instructions
structions instructions to their Assemblymen
on how they should vote regard

ing the controversial f "Hilltop"
agreement and on a supplemen

tal appropriation for the Na
tional Electoral Tribunal.

At the meeting, the Liberals
also named a committee to draft

a manifesto to the nation. It is
understood that the Liberals
plan to support President de la

Guardia's views that everything

shouM be done to facilitate the

continuation of the program to

issue new cedulas to Panama

nians.

Four Panama University students were under arrest today
lor carrying firearms without a permit. Secret Police Chief
Hector Valdes declared today.
The arrests were made Thursday at the Divisa checkpoint.
Valdes said. In addition to the firearms, police also confiscated
quantity of ammunition and a list of all the codes used by
the National Guard for Its messages.
Valdes said Jose Son Jr., Mauro Lasso and Marco A. Rodri Rodriguez
guez Rodriguez are being held today at Secret Police headquarters here.
The fourth student, Perciles A. Thalassions is being held by the
National Guard at David, Chiriqui.

The weapons confiscated fromi Police also confiscated a ouan-

-tH,t mho were nrarur in titv or ammunition lor me

: revolver and several

Army M-l ammunition

barrelled shotgun, and two pis pistols
tols pistols a .45lpWF "cal. hid

den ti two books which naa

clips

Other reports indicated today

been carved out for the

eral Party is also under arrest

at David, Chiriqui, in connec connection
tion connection with carrying arms without
a permit, but this could not be

confirmed.

Will A Lollypop
Bring Back those
Questionnaires?
COLDWATER, Michx (UPI)-Do
lollipops have an effect on opin-
inncn

This southern Michigan city of

9,000 may be able to answer uat
question next week. ;

lln..t:nn T rvllinnn" started

Thursday when the Parent-Teacher
Association handed out ques questionnaires,
tionnaires, questionnaires, with a kickc. to stu students
dents students at the Coldwater School..
PTA anthnritinse explained Pr-

ents have been lax in responding
to "questionnaires in the, p"?.
Th kicker is expect? to get

results. 1
The PTA told the students if
they bring back the ouest-on-naires.
properly filled in by their
parents; they will be rewarded
with lollipops all flavors.

Average U.S.
Family In Debt
For $16,000

The National Cattlemen's As

sociation and slaughterhouse

operators met and annroved

resolution "to seek the banning

of the sale of meat in Panama

City which is slaughtered else

where, and to ask the govern

ment to D'omblt tne lmporta-

tion of leather.

A meeting scheduled for Mon

dav bv Minister of Agriculture

Commerce and Industry Alberto

Boyd will deal with the proces

slmr of lard In the rejmmic.

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Leave Little Rock
o . .'I

il Seek Out-of-Town
Schools; Parents

PRESENTS SCHOOL CHARTER Leon Catlett right), Little

Rock. Ark., attorney, receives the charter for the Little Rock

Private Rrhnni Corn, from Roscr McNatr. circuit cierK or ine

M.h .Tiiriiria T strict Court, at JLlUie KOCK. BlX.wniie ciuzens

applied fat the corporation papers to reopen at least part of
Litti Rook's four closed ouhlic high schools. The Aharter enables

them to function aj a non-profit organteation.

Tire of Lockout

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept 20 (UPI)-An exodus of

high school students to schools in other parts of Arkansas

and even in other states was reported today.

The movement of students out of Little Rock indi indicated
cated indicated that many parents were tired of waiting for the

schools to reopen either as integrated or all-white in-

sTiruTions.

Dissatisfaction with the closing of schools in Virqi

nia also was indicated. Parents were trying to set up a

plan which would enable their children to attend classes

in private homes, lodge halls or churches.
'jpfcese parents did not claim the new makeshift sys system
tem system Would end the integration controversy that hos clos

ed three schools in Charlottesville and Front Royal. But

they believed it would give some schooling to the 1700
students who are now idle.

In Little Rock television was being used as a stop

gap school until classes are resumed in the city s four

ft..! r U a n I f I ...

Iliyil 91IIUUI3.

(tJPI) The aver aver-family
family aver-family is almost

NEW YORK
age American

$16,000 m debt.
That figure is the family's share
of the gross public and private
debt which now exceeds 850 bil billion
lion billion dollars. It is an amount
roughly triole the average fam family's
ily's family's annua inphme.

SmCe 1953, the per-family share
of the. total debt has grown by
$2,500. The sharpest increase has
taken place in 'he private sector,
princiapJly reflecting sharp in
creses in mortgage and eonsumer
debt.
The Tax Foundation, a non

profit research organization, es

timates that the average family's

Share of the gross government

debt has grown from $6,375 in

$953 to more than $6,600 at present.

It estimates that the per family

share of the tital private debt, in including
cluding including corporate debt, has

swelled from $7,161 to $9,318.

The. corporate debt is included

because, in a Sense, the consumer;

nas lO.pay tor it. corporate neoc
is considered a cost of doing bus

iness and is reflected in the pnee
companies charge for their products.

The Ministry of Labor, Health
and social Welfare has an

nounced the preparation of a

five-year plan to imprpve hospi hospital
tal hospital conditions in the republic.
The announcement' suid the
plan would be carefully drafted
with the aid of foreign experts.

W
DISABLED VIT COMPETES
PARIS (UPI) One legged
war veteran Gilbert Dutrieux,38,
said yesterdav he vo tl comtrte
in the 20-mile Paris-to-Arpajon
marathon Sunday. Dutrieux re recently
cently recently walked the 50 miles from
Paris to Char'res in 15 hours. A
one-time sparring partner for the
late middleweight champion Mar Marcel
cel Marcel Cerdan, Dutrieux said he kept
up with sports to enqou-age other
badly-wounded army veterans.

But A

ugust Rain Wasnt

Very Heavy-

Weatherma

n

The Panama Canal Company
meteorologists offered a corlsol
atory statement today to-damp

Isthmians suffering from a wet

week-end.
The statement, to cheer the
hearts ot everyone forced to
stay indoors with those thun thundercloud
dercloud thundercloud blues, brightly en enthuses:
thuses: enthuses: "Rainfall totals for
the month of August were gen generally
erally generally below normal."
. The average air temperat
for the month was 8GU, sligh
below normal for August but th
average relative humidity regis"

tered 89.8 percent which was

tier major m- School

ywwiren private

skb ago be- t

, In Arkansas;, ,pt

tegratlon controve;
students who quit

high school two we

cause of a white student s anti anti-integration
integration anti-integration strike will start back
again Monday.

U.S. District Judge John E.

Miller refused to grant the Ne

Board to 1M& th

Iter the eleelWtt t6

roun. that will ooen

hem with wiirtes and Neirroes

separated.

After his speech Faubus was

asked whether his urging the
people of Little Rock to vote for

segregation meant he had

Grandmother, 70,

Says White Boys

Rushed At Her

FORT SMITH, Ark. Sept. 10-

(UPD The 70-year-old grand

mother of one. of the 13 Negroel
frightened out of Van Buren
High School by a white students'

strike testified today- tmt

crowd of white bovs rushed hei

and her grandson into a ditch. ';

The grandmother is Georgia
Bell. 7. whose grandson. Fred Freddie
die Freddie Bell. Tfi. is a senior in Van
Buren fiigh.
She testified before U.S. D1S

trlct Judge John E. Miller, whe

is hearing testimony for a pos

sible prmnnerit Injunction &
gainst the Van Buren JBchooJ
Board.

Mrs. Bell said she took Fredf-

die to school the day it opened

Sept. 2.

She chanted that a crowd of
white bovs rushed toward heir
and Freddie and crowded them
into a ditch. She wasn't touch touched,
ed, touched, she said, hut she wrenched
her leg getting out of the way,
Mrs. Bell t-Hfied that shi

kept telling Freddie and othei
Negro students to "come on an
go to school." Thev pushed the!1

way into the buildint through i

crowa or wnue stuaenws, sn i

saia.
Some of the

ea them to i

the door, she

After about 60 white bnv

struck for two days, all 13 Ne
groes withdrew from classes.

" said. "'Wl

rilTP rilKF Rieht uo to date I

in the ljrtest fashions is Miss
'Cornelia Cucumber, wifh her)
.string bean arms. Sixteen inches,
.stall and weighing three pounds,
, she's all set for a garden party
at Charlottesville, Va.x

Doc Sez Pony Tail
Pulls Out Hair,
Makes Gals Bald
CHICAGO (UPI) A Chicago
dermatologist said today that too
prolonged use of the pony tail
fashion may result in a pretty
scrawny shock of hair.

Prolonged pulling of the hair

upward and backward as in a
pony tail may produce baldness,
Dr. Albert H. Slepyan reported.

He knows of 24 cases of baldness

occurring in young girls who wore
their hair in pony tails during the
last two years.
Hair was missing along the side

of the head, the back of the neCk,

and the part anywhere there was

a constant pulling, Slepyan said.
He named the1 condition "traction
alopecia." Alopecia is the medical
term for baldness.
The doctor warned ladies thev

can avoid sporting that ''plucked

look" if they catch early signs
of mild redness about the hair fol
licles, caused by the pull. He

said occasionally scaling occurs

after a few months, then strands
of hair begin falling out.

H

two and one half percent above

normal.
The average air temperature
for the month was 80.1, slightly
below normai for August but the
average relative humidity regis registered
tered registered 89.8 percent which Was two
and one half per cent above
normal.
The month's maximum tem temperature
perature temperature was 93 degrees record recorded
ed recorded Aug. 31 and the minimum
was 70 degrees, reported on Aug.

10. Both temperatures were re

corded at Balboa Heights.

Runoff from the entire Gatun

T.oke Basin amounted to 455,098

acre-feet which is 11 per cent

tielow the 45 -year average. There

were no major floods on either

Gatun or Madden Lake during

Aumist. and there were no spill

way operations at Gatun but
Miraflores spillway was operated

a total of 116.3 gate nours ana
o aim of 5.908 acre-feet was

spilled.

Fifteen seismic disturbances
were recorded on the seismo seismographs
graphs seismographs at Balboa Heights dur during
ing during the month, but only one
was within 300 miles of the
station. None of these was felt
in the Canal Zone.

2. lightning struck

the ferryboat "President Ama-

Jnr" hilt. TIO One WH UIJUlcu

u' ..

tv.o rfamatrp was limiiea w

breaking off of tne iorwra mk

and the disruption oi eiei;wu,
power at the ferry landing.
JE Ivis Presley
Germany-Bouna

A Truck Driver

vt HOOT). Tex. (UPI) Elvis

Pesiev was headed for Germany
m.v tnr Hutv as a truck driver.

much to the dismay of fans who

have been causing tramc jams in

hearbv Kileen.

Presley's father had rented a
house in Kileen, and Presley fans

nd 'he curious had neen cruising
thi, strpp in efforts to ft a lsst

mintife look l the rok 'n miter

heforo the Army ships him over

seas. r :

groes an injunction against the changed his attitude.

school board yesterday, but he "If there has been anv change.1

suggested that the school board

see they are protected.

Television lessons, which be

gan today, are on film and are a
pilot program for six hours' a
day of lessons that begin on

Monday over three Little Rock

commercial stations.

The Little Rock public schools'

TV educational project will com commence
mence commence full scale Monday morn morning
ing morning over Little Rock's three
commercial stations with a total
of six hours of instruction in all

of the major subjects now of

fered to senior high school stu

dents, School Superintendent

Virgil Blossom said.

Today's first program was
over only one channel and will
be one hour long. It included
such subjects as "A Trip to the
Moon," "The Pilgrims," "Intr "Intr-duction
duction "Intr-duction to Biology," and "Bet "Better
ter "Better Reading."

The Monday schedule starts
at 7 a.m. and will extend
through 11 a.m. Two stations

will carry two hours of instruc instruction
tion instruction from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m., while
the third channel will present
its two hours from 9 ajm. to 11
a.m.
Blossom said the programs
were being arranged so that
subjects carried simultaneously

would not overlap grade levels

except in a very small percent percentage
age percentage of students.
Monday's program will pre present
sent present instruction in such sub subjects
jects subjects as U.S. history, trigono trigonometry,
metry, trigonometry, advanced algebra, phy physics,
sics, physics, English, chemistry. Latin

American history, American
government, applied mathe mathematics,
matics, mathematics, plane geometry, world
hlstorv and biology.

Despite the implementation of

the television education nro

gram, Blossom said, the schorl chool and an elementary schoo
Authorities will make an effort n Charlottesville facing the in into
to into present a full 180-dav tern tegratlon order of a federa

dents at the newly-opened
New Orleans branch of Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana State University said
they planned today to formal

ly ask that Negro students
withdraw from the institution.
Since Negroes enrolled unde

it has been unconscious." hei

said. "Certainly I have become
mnr nwnrA nf mora issimt on!

W. ...V.U I

ramifications involved. I have "oun oraer msi wees., mer
learned from this controversy! hve been Increasing signs d

as would any man who has bee i hostility toward them.

involved in a controversy of tha

nature."

TOYLAND TUG-O-WAR Tugging to Toyland, Connie and
Ricky Baldwin enact what happened to a lot of other mothers
and fathers at the Rodman Naval Station this week when the
tinaKed Land of Santa Clans opened. At the end of their visit,
most parents with children who could read wished that they
couldn't. Now their youngsters want to stop at all of the
other Toylands marked along Canfel Zone Roads. Such as Con Connie
nie Connie and Ricky, two Army children from Ft. Amador who vlrited
the Rodman' Toyland with their mother, wife of Army CWO
Richard Baldwin. (Navy Photo),

Some neighbors complained that
aeer fans have driven over '-their

fnnt lawns, trying to get a look-

tee at the slneer.

, JiPreslev has been a truck driver
In a tank company at Ft. Hood,

whore he v stationed u-'il to

ds v. He will be assigned to the

a me dutv when h" gets 'o Her.

many, where he will most likely

complete his army service.
An Army spokesman said Pres

ley has done "a fine job" and has
horn nromotefl to assistant KOtiad

leader, J

He denied he was hoping se secretly
cretly secretly the voters will demand
integration, to "get him off
the hook."
"I have never shunned my re

sponsibility or tried to get off

the hook by subterfuge." he

said. "A bona fide private school
system appears to be the only
answer to the government's or order
der order to integrate at any price."
Faubus unveiled In detail his
plan for reopening the high
schools which he closed Monday.
The Supreme Court had ordered
them opened on an integrated
basis.
This is how the plan is sup supposed
posed supposed to work:

After the special election,
which he expects anti-integra-tionlsts
to win. the schools can
then be considered officially un unused.
used. unused. Under an 1875 law, the
school board can lease the build

lngs to a private group which

can open the segregated

A law Which a special ses session
sion session of the Legislature passed

three weeks ago makes it possl
ble for the state to pay the tui
tion of the students.
Three Virginia schools were
officially closed yesterday un under
der under the anti-Integration edict
of Gov. 3. Lindsay Almond,
and one group of parents a a-greed
greed a-greed on a policy of firm pa pa-tfrnce
tfrnce pa-tfrnce in the education crisis.
The governor assumed "al

power and control" over a hlgl

from the beginning of actual re

sumotlon of classes. Tfe reiterat reiterated
ed reiterated that the television phase wa
being instituted to fill a gap ere
tted by the closing of the city's
four senior high schools,

The matter of whether credit

would be given for the television
nhflse remains undr considers
tion by school authorities whr,
Blossom said, "ore not ruling it

out or in at: this point."

court. This automatically invok

ed the state's school closing law
7he two schools, with a tota
enrollment of about 1700, wer
to have opened on Monday.
It also appeared that sb
schools In the port city of Nor Norfolk,
folk, Norfolk, subjea to a Federal dese

cration mandate, would soon be
removed fim the public scnorl

Yesterday a fireeraoker ws

set off near a group of Negr
undergraduates in the studfir
lounge. A "KKK" flag was rail

ed on the campus.
UAW Authorize

Strikes Mtasf

GM And Chrysler

DETROIT, Sept. 20 (UPI)-

United Auto Workers union, ww
s'rikes authorized against b o ti
General Motors and Chrysler, tl

day concentrated on Chrysler t

hopes of getting a quick settl

ment. ...
The UAW executive board at

thorized the strikes in a fiv-hoil

mee'ing last night in an enort i
speed up contract talks whid
have made little progress sino
they were started 5 Vt months I
go. '!
The union used similar strati
gv on Ford Motor Co. and reacl
ed an agreement with Ford on!
six hours after the compan
workers went on strike throughol
the nation when the deadline na
sed without a settlement on Wl
nesday.
The board set a, Sept. 30 bea
line for the strike, at General M
tors but left the da e for a Chn
ler strike, to the discretion of tn
UAW bargaining team at Chryv
ler.
UAW president Walter P. Rel
ther explained he hoped to read
ah agreement With Chrysler wit
a strike deadline, although the-1
nion his preoared to set one evj
before the GM deadline expired
Chrysler negotiations bogged dowi

Health Service
Reports 399 New
Cases Of Polio
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The VI

Public Health Service yesterda

would place another 10,000 pu-

But he said he thought there plls.on comhulsory vacation

would be sufficient inducemen
for all senior high school stu

dents to participate in the TV

instruction.
Gov. Orvai K Fanu stand
In a Sept. 27 social Integra Integration
tion Integration election in little Reek wai
rtaln today, fie wants the
people to vote to reoW fur
hih schools segregate
Faubus disclosed hM attitud
in a televlsion-rWIo sneech

He also urged the Little Rock,

ystem and remain closed. This renortel 389 ri o oc oi

tne wees; enaea acpi. la, mw
than m any o her week so f
this year.
The service said the rate ha
been increasing again sine
slight decline in the week ende
Aug. 30." However, the total
2,942 caees so far this year sti'
was var below the total of 4.40
for the comparable date last yeal
Las' week's total of 3 com

pared with 319 for the previou

week and tor 'ne same we
of 1M7. Of the 399 cases, l!
were paralytic. 155 non paralytl
and 51 unspecified.

About Mfl members of the

Front Ryal, Va Parent Parent-Teacher
Teacher Parent-Teacher Assn. wrangled for
mere than two hours before
voting dOWn a motion to re request
quest request that Almond return their
high school to local control.
The Frotit Royal school, onb
white hleh. school In Warrer

countv. was the first to be

closed by the governor to side sidestep
step sidestep desegregation.
Whits undergraduate stu-

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By ROBERT C. RUARK
I see where they put in a traf traffic
fic traffic light in Karchi, Pakistan, the
other day, and now they have a
roaring traffic jam. Needed four
cops to get the rickshaws, earner
bicycles and pedestrians sbriej
out where formerly are police

man seemed more than plentiful.

Elsewhere in the city, traffic
ran smoothly.
This is known as reverse Englisn
progress. It improves things back
wards.
There are some simple things
that work beautifully without be
ing gimmicked, and there' s no
point in tooling around with them.
I spend some time in a little
house in Spain, and we have no
steam heat, which dries out the
throat and makes your cigarette

useless after half a pack, we
don't suffer from the cold, even
though it's just as chill in the wim
er as it is in New York.
Simple. We have five fireplaces,
and three are sufficient to keep the
house warm. Can you see any way

to improve on an open fire heat

cheer and beauty?
Sometimes European electricity
can be a bit temperamental, but
we never worry about the refri refrigerator
gerator refrigerator cutting off and spoiling the
food. We have iceboxes you know,
old-fashioned boxes info which ice

is put daily. Archaic; perhaps, but
a power o. comfort when the pow pow-eriine
eriine pow-eriine breaks.
We have ice cream frequently in
my house. It is not that gritty
stuff you make in a refrigerator.
It is hand-cranked with coarse salt
and old-style ice in a wooden
churn, and you would be surprised
how many visiting sophisticates
clamor for the right to crank the
thing for the privilege of licking
the dasher especially when pea
ches or strawberries lire in season
I have, for my very own, a
Victiriantype can opener. Yoi
stick the point on, the edge of the
can, give it a whack with your
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rians write the recird of bow-the
USA has kept coaling right up
o the "brink" of war over a lit

tie group of islands a few mi.or

of toe China coast they will proo
ably say we were "nuts."
Quemoy occupies the same pos

tion to the Red port of Amoy

nten Island does to New York
City.
our joint chiefs of staff have
long recommended that we c -ui-l
not possibly defend it without the
use of atomic weapons and the
of A-bombs means World War

III,

Kai shek to retake the mainland
of China.
Na ionalist China, Radford ar argued,
gued, argued, could retake the mainland
if given a few olo U.S. de r.era
plus American supplies.
Ike bouif i he idea and also ap appointed
pointed appointed Radford as hi. new chair chairman
man chairman of the jo.nt c iefs l! s aif.
It mat ered not that the former
chairman, Gen. Omar Bra I v
had argued tha Chiang's army
was too old and the Na onalis
too unpopular. (They had massa massacred
cred massacred 60,000 natives on the island
of Firmosa and rjrohablv

;have been ririvn n f tha uian

President Eisenhower has consist itnot for American tup-

ently said it was foolhardy to get i

Waiter Winchell In Tlcw York

MAN ABOUT TOWN

Big hushed. up story or the week

at the Eddie Fishers would solve Duke Niles, is forgetting Jaye P

involved on the Chinese mainland
He told me this personally in A
Sril 1952 and he has kept repeat
ia to the National Security Coun

cil that he didn't want to be drawn
into a war without allies and we
would have no allies if we went
to war over Quemoy and Maf.iu
Napoleon, he has repeated, was
called a great military genius be

cause he always fought against

coalitions. But Napoleon, Ike has

told advisers, lost. He does not
want to be another Napoleon,

"No one could be more bitter

ly opposed to getting the Unitii

states involved in a hot war in

that region that I am." the Pre
ident said publicly on Feb. 10,

1954.

Later, in April 1955, some of

the President's best friends go'

so worried about being drawn in
to war over Quemoy and Matsu
that they made a special trip to

Washington to caution him. They

included ex-governor Tom Dewey;
Gen. Lucius Clay, former U S
commander in Germany; and Paul
Hoffman, former Marshall PWn
administrator all .liberal Repub Republicans.
licans. Republicans. CHINA LOBBY

CHIANG UNLEASHED
Regardless of this advice from
both Bradley and the State D
P'r ment, Eisenhower, shor ly aft after
er after taking office did "unleash"
Chiang Kai-shek.
Ike announced that the U.S. 7th
Fleet would no longer prevent
Chiang from attacking the Chinese
mainland. The move was featured
by big news headlines.
But some mon'hs later thr
w.?r no news headlines when h
7th F'eet quie'ly resumed Ihe jofc
of patrolling Formosan waters
not to leash Chiang but to pro protect
tect protect him.
The fleet is still protecting
Chiang. If the fleet were with with-drawn,
drawn, with-drawn, it's doubtiul Chiang would
hold Formosa for two months.
The policy sold Eisenhower by
Radford has been comple'ely re reversed.
versed. reversed. Likewise the oolicy advo advocated
cated advocated by the China Lobby and he
conservative wing of the GOP.
, But you won't hear much shout shouting
ing shouting about tha reversal because
the policy was deep-rooted and is
still firmly believed in by such
staunch GOPeers as Sen. Bill

ixnowiand oT California, some'imes

BLAMING THE WRONG PRESIDENTS
Sir:- oti- rfini.." rMail Box. Sent

E fepS takes "Tver an activity from the Canal Zone a W
Ple tew their jobs. If they, or others to do the same work, are hired
iSlaf the mcidents
VlJZVtilh or Were.Weed t0 dunng caher regimes.
kThe schedule was something .1? this:.
i a earhace collection and water sunoly tw.nsfer, occurred
Alr- 115 mUi 19, when the late Aleibades Arosemena was
S office Arosemena was the running mate of ex-President Amul-
'iS5 Kvet the transfer of rtfltel Washington the
rfosirl of the Industrial laboratory and the ahbatoir all stemirect stemirect-lv
lv stemirect-lv from' t long-term agitation by Panama businessmen and were
raned tr ln tt4 Treatof 1955. negotiate uder the late Pres dent
Jose Antonio Femnn, and signed bv ex-Prrsident. Birardo Anas
'itotS. for t. clostng of the railroad was WHytg
long before Emestito took office. So was the howl for closing Mind!

er is that I am not a graduate

engineer, arid I cannot figure out
these new jobs that need a co copilot
pilot copilot to get at the beans.
We have gone back to the old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned lawnmower in my vast

$5,000 bail. Happened at a private

party. he hospitalized. immi
uent divorce action starts Grace
Kelly's sister Peggy and her i'iin i'iin-ly
ly i'iin-ly groom. .Ava Gardner's latest

acres (one-half acre) because the conquest is Antonio Borieio, one

Dairy

"just Curious" had a good point, but he blarnH tV wrnmr man.

linn v.uiio.iuuj.

necessity of hiring an MlT grad

uate to keep the four-motor job
airborne was too demanding on the
expense account.
Ever since the pipes busted a
few times, we are also con'emplat
ing outdoor sanitary facilities
A few things have sot been scien

tifically made nonfunction tl how-

of Spain's richest Toreadors. .Mo .Mo-nique
nique .Mo-nique Lefebvre (on the current
Vogue and Glamour covers) weds
Pierre Chevalier here this Friday.
He's a construction tycoon in
France. ', NBC will drop another
250 staffers next month. When
Faye Emerson tlew to Europe her

top beau (Jack Walker) had the

ever. Nobody will ever be able to!adiacenA SH bal; lSS

modernize Scotch tape, the great
est boon to civilization since the
wheel. t H

poser Domemco Modugno I Vo-

lare") and his co-pilot are off-key..

Doris Duke's Greenwich Village
dates are with restaurateur Dan
Stampler, unwound from his wife
last week. .The Boston critics

raved about "World of Suzie
Wong," and its star France Nuyen,
making her stage debut.

COMMUTER TICKETS
Sir:-

The P?nama Railroad's special commuter fare Is 3 for five
round trios between 0lon and Pnama. But the uH porting of
such a commuter ticke' are not redcemabte. even if the week has
ij.i.-j.j iiykixh inmmiiter trains do not run.

TrSb 'cannot he ed off with "It is all set from
Balboa Heights," or "You're getting a cheaner rje jWrVw. ;
these alibis do not apply to passengers who ride with the books rrf
detachable tickets, and regular round trip tickets
I bone cur SO cents for that portion of our HcVets we did not
use on the Sent, l holidav will he reimbursed, and that there is no
rpet-.tion of this Sl-cents-a-holidav grab. It i; too mitt -nt of
mm "100-car scrap shipmeat transpoHed free for the Ferretor
Corporation" policy. At the present te. Daniels Bravton and oth others
ers others will soon be tentifying anew attains tteliberate and well'
laid plan to justify the abandonment of theKT8JraJf y, y

All types of scissors; pipe clean
ers, candles, buttons, pretzels,
Swiss cheese, golf tees, double-barreled
shotguns, and dunning letters
from creditors are immune from
improvement.
It is also possible that nobody
will be abtei to vitamin-enrich no nobody
body nobody will be able to vitaminen

rich noble, characterbuildine ein Kelly, a long-time idyll. Celia

or soulstroking Scotch whisky. King McNear eloped to Reno witb

My grandpa was a man who was ;Jose Mingle,, a millionane. Leav-

e very Jung.

Singer Fran Jeffries is the Doll

who won Dick flaymes 'irom Kitiy

set in his ways. Every time 1 read
tpday about the new rockets and
the trouble we have in the machine

age, I remember what Grandpa

said:

alone."

LEST THE NAVY BE MISINFORMED
sir:

The one-time captain of the Port of Balboa, Capt. Miles P.
Duval a retired Naval officer, is a man to listen to for engineer engineering
ing engineering and navigation data on the Canal. May Congress give his
ideas a full hearing at the same time it considers the Menaliey
, 4 --a iu. vlama fir farmer flnr John 8. Sevbold

But I fear the good captain has been misled by the amount
of political dust kicked up in the press, and in demonstrations
staged partly to impress him and his kind.
In your paper's story out of Washington last week, Duval is
ir.A .0vinr thera is "wiriesnread aeitatlon for wrenchlntt

ownershin and control of the Canal from the United States."
H a a i m '.ill. 1a. iU. .amaa akamdf in i VlO InilV-

The dlspatcn saio ne naa wruien ui me siue c... i
nal of Naval institute proceedings.
' With this latter statement, I take issue, lest it be repeated

so often that it is considered true. There nas oeen some agna agnation
tion agnation to be sure, staged quite purposely by certain political ele ele-tent
tent ele-tent eeairino- to inflame the noDulace of Panama as a means of

paining political power. The student movement has been used as
lie spearhead for these ideas. But agitation Is certainly not
widespread." It is turned off and on like a faucet.
On the other side are thousands of Panamanians who have
tome concept of the responsibilities to which Panama commited
horuif in ions- of the iolnt responsibilities for defense of th

Canal which she accepted in 19S8 and of her reiteration in 1956

of her continued comity witn tne unnea otaies.
T nf emirse the Dresidlum of the Soviet and their allies of con

venlence would like to wrench the Canal from us, along with

everything else we own.
T Let it not cet falselv abroad in the minds of American Na-

tBl neople that there is widespread agitation in Panama to thit
T . . a a i. hi a JL Lt- Mil 1 iAA r

Wtia. But let's not overiooK enner mai mere jb a pouucai uiuvc
ment which has this abrogation of Panama's treaty commit
inenta as one of lta purposes.
Truth-Seeking American
'

mmuiM fx( ham:p

could double as Marylin Monroe's

hvwhiv ni. i niwoi UWAC. 1 f .aii 1 '. ; 4 r

he used to say, "is that they don't "PH?1",? lDL. new !en?atl?.n

irnn, i. ,.,n u i dcb joiue s. .inrusn Anita U

. 'ca,c wc" nav'and hrr nVnmmr' Tnhn Pr,nl

have That Beat. .Blonde model

Marian Schaefer eloped a few
weeks ago and is already seeking
a Mexicancellation. N. Y. Yan

kees' bossman Dan Topping and

rouy Aaron, a Drunetutui person,
made an attractive duetching at
the East Horizon, the new East
57th Street Oriental spot. .Inti

mates say one hit recording over

CC Examiner Sees

Railroad Traffic

Vanishing By 1970

t tee th Rodman Navy Exchanre has gone back to the

ammo old routine. What happened to the two American sales

women? For a while it seemed the management waa trying to

give better service. Now you receive the same indignant attitude

that has oeen toe poucy oi uw exenange ior qmvt a iow .y.
i Customer

CRYING SPACE OFFF.RF.it
Sir:

Why doesn't "TV For Sale" (Mall Box, Sept. 16) tell the
Armed Forces television station direct what he thinks of the

programs? As yet I have never seen any postcards or letters
reach the station from disgruntled viewers. I suggest "TV For

i Sale" and any others who feel as he does drop a card to cfn cfn-TV.
TV. cfn-TV. Box 10. Pt. Clayton, and cry on our shoulder. We'll carry the
ball from were. '.
1 : t- TV Engineer

ing Messmore Kendal... jr.. her

fianqe, in tatters. .The. Earl Munt Munt-zes
zes Munt-zes (Chicago model Pat Ste Stevens)
vens) Stevens) will make -the parting per

manent. . .ine smitn twins, wno

Elizabeth Taylor's current ask

ing fee to star in an inuBteiit

movie is $500,000 plus 10 p.c. ot

the take. -Not even mur i r.as

could prosper paying that ransom.
Cary Grant's ucw kw
for $35,000 daily for a guaranteed

12 weeks plus 10 p.c. .iw,oi
brokers expect "Drink To Me On Only"
ly" Only" (due at tne 54tn a.reei a e p.n,

Oct. 8) to be a large hit. Valerie

Croft (one ot tne lovely upa
Twins) gets those bpkays from Pe

ter Levin whose pater is head

man over at Lily Dache s. .Char

lotte Foley, in the Laun yuarter
line, just got a diamond rink tri m
Bruce Lauey, stage mgr. f the
new Sam Levene show, "Make
A Milium" .J,ack Carter's new
lively is Anp Johns. socialite
watetskiier. It's a B ioV ju
liior Standish (Mrs.' L forrayV at
New York Hosp. .Ut A-Victor will
pink slip thirty within the fortnight.
The Joe E, Lewis opening night

Copa crowd wrist' have ilirmed
tnat star. They loved his fluffs, too.

Tom A'rden's "Volare" was her;

show-stopping high-spot. Lou Ray s

shanely tagger ind uucy wotworK

gave the Copa its famed look. .

Who emptied all the lemme purses

of moriey at the Wm. Morris A-

gencv party in Westchester '.

Roberta. 5her.wdod's click nt t the

au w.ui auiriey iviorand at the

jinioeis miiiiy. .uiuieW him, him,-oi
oi him,-oi MjOOK nomewaru mge.,' swuci

cd his gailegiance iroin Snaron
rye to iaary Murphy. .Sherry

brmon s cu.iciu auuiur is uuu
liott. .Bob Merrill, the songhit
writer, ana ty uireciur iiry uau
l uiver have the Assembly bunch
sure mis is it. .ivtr. jcinoi Fiynn s
bistro dale (on the coast) is actor
u. jueuen, wua is ttymi una fee.
ine Ed Luckenbachs of the ship shipping
ping shipping tribe aooyieu a uaby ooy ...
julie Wilson's spending her Mai Maisonette
sonette Maisonette Koom wages -noniug Jja Jja-niel
niel Jja-niel Morgan, night ed of Paris Soir
. .-.Cbiexi James giggles u mis

wuy: everyone. 1 lute is either
illegal, immoral or married!"

Latest fad among the weird ones
in Greenwich Village: Beards on
one side, of the lace. Looks siuy.

Especially en girls. ."Suzie Wong
insiders suspeci Choreograpner Je Jerome
rome Jerome Bobbins has it had for star
France Nuyeh, 18. .Ex-newsman

KHiott Arnold (ne scripts tv s
"Broken Arrow") is honeymooning
with jiilie j&enhedy, non-pro. .unnu
store heiress Diana Kress and Yale
unaergrand Tom August are in a

trance. .Movie director Robert

Kossen (separated ironi ine .urs.)

is that a top mag may perish the

way Colaer s aiu. .Ine Julius

Monk "downstairs" regulars are
trying to mcntny Anita, ioos' new
escort. San Franciscan. Alan

Latin Quarter "brought back' wcu rZ Lv w'iiita
oacked 2nd show croos. an unusual :Splt ,- v .T0", ickeyWl1 e

tV.lr.a- these rfe-T.V niffht club 8 Pe "" ls aWHMMW

"""0 waaww o ooj C :

en

niehts. .When The jiolshoi Ballet

from Moscow opens at the Met 0 0-pera
pera 0-pera House (in April) all boxes
and seats downstairs will peddle

at $25 each for the limited run. .
Att'n editor Miami Herald; Any Anything
thing Anything new on the unsolved Karoff
Murder?. .One of the 42nd
Street film places has these oldies
in lights: Eddie Fisher-Debbie Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds in "Bundle of Joy" and Liz
Taylor in "Elephant Walk."
Brigitta Bardot's New York aide,

f Eastern Airlines

WASHINGTON (UPI) An

Interstate Commerce Commission

examiner said yesterday tht ran

road passenger service will dis

appear by 1970 if rail travel con

tinues to drop as it has in the past

io years.

Examiner Howard Hosmer made

the prediction on 'he bisis of a
year-long investigation of the def deficit
icit deficit suffered by railroads on pas passenger
senger passenger service. He concluded that
the pass3nger coach was in dan

ger of becoming a museum piece.

Hosmer said several factors

were to blame, including huge in increases
creases increases in onrratine costs, the

public's love for auto travel, and

the government's promotion and

financial backing of air and high

way transportation.

He said the commuter tram

probably will be the last to vanisn
because a considerable number of
travelers will continue to be de dependent
pendent dependent oh it, particularly in the
New York-New Jersey metropoli

tan area.

"If railroad passenger miles,

other than commutation, continue

to decline at the average rate of

reduction between 1947 and 1957,

the p2rlor and sleeping ear serv service
ice service will have disappeared by 1985

and the coach service by 1970,"
he said.

Pointing un tha drop in nassen-

ger traffic, Hosmer said the 411

million passengers carried by the

major railroads last year was the
smallest number transported by
rail since 1890.

CHINISI OPIN BRIDGE
TOKYO (UPI) The Commu

nist New. China News Agency re

ported vesterdav that anew 895

foot bridge has been opened to

traffic across the Taotao River
on the Chinghai-Tibet highway.
The agency -said the bridge was

built 14.760 feet above sea Jvei.

making it the highest in the
world,, and that it would make
Tibet more accessible to all parts

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Tommy Manville's alleged niece
is really fSeaiue be:ai...' u...a u..riui
a 5 ft io goddess, according to the
Envoy st .Smiley unu, iantas iantas-tic
tic iantas-tic star of "Ice Capades," has
a new gay blaue. je.ry Simou,
manager of the Pengiuh, who flies

to see her when that show tours t J

. .Adolph ("Bells Are Ringing"

co-autnor; ureen ana Diunue tuua. tuua.-er
er tuua.-er Daphne Mayo are steadying.
Robert Ruark. who gbt richer cut-

tins his cor m down to 3 a ween, is

Alaska-bound to study his newly

found, oil wells. Hence the title tor
his next book: "Poor No More". ..
Chums of the Owen Wards (Bren-

da Joyce) are trying to reconcile

them. .Now that Ron Jaffe's first

book. "Best Of Everything," is

a best-seller, she gels daily calls I

from strangers who scream 4-tetter :

words .Lisa Ferraday s leading

nun is socialite Jack Anderson.

London aossip says Prince Rad-

ziwill and his wife will mt so he
can wed Lee Bouvier Canfield, Se

nator Kennedy's sister in law.
Shes on Vogue's staff . Lisa

Kirks return to the Persian Room

(on the 17th) has them laundering

i heir velvet ropes. .The new liner

S. S. Atlantic cap giggle Its way

across, the ocean, t.te crew in includes
cludes includes a dozen former vaudeville

comics. .Three of the top nuiz
shows hired private eyes to check
on conestants. .It's a son for the

Bob Chandlers (of Variety) in H'-

wood. .DeedvMrwin of the shows
and Michael Pollack of the N. Y.
CitV Opera Co. were sealed. They'll

prolly, deny it, but the Columbia

Pictures enif.ee at, 711 Fifth is on
the market for nine million. .
Rrokers are watching Hilton stock.

The chain plans going into the mo motel
tel motel biz. To be announced any day.

If quiz and prize programs go off

the air the big loser win by uar-

vin perfumes. Tney are giving a-

way Arpege to over 50 tv and

radio shows daily. .Leading com commies
mies commies will gather "secretly" t 3V
West 110th on Sept, 27 and 21. All
chiefs from deen South states. .
"Volare," the Italian songhit all
over the world, was borrowed here
and there from two U.S.A. clicks:
"All My Life" and "Stay As Sweet
As You Are."

Even John Foster Dulles, early I called the "sena'or from Formo
At. T:.t .Jt-l.l.ti I SB

in ine rasennuwer auiuuuaiiauuu,

held a background talk wi h news newspapermen
papermen newspapermen in which he suggested
the possibility of relinquishing For Formosa
mosa Formosa to the Chinese Reds in re return
turn return for peace in Korea.
Dulles' law partner, Arthur
Dean, was quite specific in a talk
to newsmen that Red China would
be recognized; while Vice-President
Nixob, in talks with the pre premiers
miers premiers of Indian, Pakistan and In Indonesia,
donesia, Indonesia, held out the definite pos possibility
sibility possibility that Red China would be
admitted to the United Nations.
Why then .do. Eisenhower and
John Foster Dulles carry out a
policy which alienates our allies,
risks war, and which they them themselves
selves themselves do not, in their hearts,
seem to support?
The answer, is twofold: vts

1. The ChiM Lobby, supported
by the conservative wing Of the

Hepuoiian rercy. xne, two wor
hand in hand and have pretty well
dominated American foreign poli policy.
cy. policy. ., ,
2. A chain of events by which
President Eisenhower, sometimes
inciined to be an enthusiast, got
carried away by the enthusiasm
of others.
The chief enthusiast whose con contagion,
tagion, contagion, first infected Eisenhower
was Adm. Arthur Radford, who
had been exiled to the Pacific
by Harry Truman because of the
bitter civil war he had staged a a-gamst
gamst a-gamst the Air Force.
Radford, an opportunist and a

salesman, had flown to meet Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower on Iwo Jima in Decem

ber 1952. as President-elect Eisen

hower flew to Korea. And during
the hour hat Ike's plane refuel

ed, the two men stretched their

leg:, and fast-talking Radford sold

Eisenhower on the most important
change of American policy in this
decade namely to unleash. Chiang

It was over this Uoliev that

Senator Jennec of Indiana made
the brutal attack on Gen. George
Marshall, accusing him of being
a traitor to hig country all be became
came became Marshall as ambassador to
China had reported that the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Na'ionalists could not retake
their country.
Marshall was right. But h was
branded a traitor from the safety
of the Senate floor.
Again, John Carter Vincet was
ignobly fired fron the State De Department
partment Department by no less than John
Foster Dulles because of "doof

judgment." When set ving in CM

na, vmcent nad recommended thai

the Chinese Reds were there to
stay. His "poor judgment" baa

ProxeJIgllt, buf he .ha not ee:

That is. now deep runs the "un

leash Chiang Kai-shek" Policy of
the China Lobby and Republican
Conservatives.

It is a policy which touches

upon, if not actually embraces,
preventive war. And if is one of

the most important policies affect affecting
ing affecting the modern-day history of the
United S ates.

REPORT POSSIBLE ROMANCI
LONDON (UPI) A columnist
for the tabloid Daily Sketch of
London ssM yesttrd'v ex """--i
Swaya of Iran soon might marry
German Baroh Dieter Von
Malsen Ponickau. Columnist Si Simon
mon Simon Ward said Soraya and the
baron had been consent com'.-n-ions
since they met three months
ago. He reporter' if was 'he 'talk
of the intema'ional set tha' the
two were in love and would
marry shortly.

Baaj

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IATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Syces' Regulars
9?nd Birthday

Sykes' regulars will observe
the r 92nd birthday at Fort Kobbe
on Organization Day this Sunday.
The men of the regiment claim
that they are the only U. S. Army

regiment distinguished by a name-

The unit was. constituyed May
I, 1961, as tile Second Battalion,
Uth Infantry Regiment, upon or orders
ders orders of President Abraham Lin Lincoln.
coln. Lincoln. Participating in numerous
major battles and skirmishes
throughout the Civil War, the unit
was reorganized and redesignated
date observed by the present 20th
Infantry.
1 After the surrender of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, the unit assumed the du duties
ties duties of Provost Guard in Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Vi., where it remained un until
til until 1867, when it was transferred
to Baton Rouge, La. In August
1868, upon reverting to his per permanent
manent permanent rank of colonel, Mai. Gen.

Sykes chose the 20th Infantry Re Regiment
giment Regiment from among all the for former
mer former units Which he had served
in, to be his own regiment.
He continued 10 lead his famed

Regulars for another 12 years. Un

der his illustrious command, the

unit became known as Skyes Ke

gulars" and took an active part
in the colorful development of the
early western United States. It af

forded protection to pioneers and

settlers throughout the western

territories, and fought many bat
ties during various Indian wars.

I Company was attached to Gen.
Custer's command throughout the

Black Hills Exnedition. One offic

er of the 20th' 1st. Lt. J. J. Crit

tenden was killed at the famous

"Custer's last Stand."

During 'these years the Regulars
conducted some spectacular foot

marches all over the western te

rritories. covering distances of

300. 660. 375. and 1.148 miles.

After marching the unit from

Dakota country to Fort Brown,

Tex:. Sykes died in February of

1880. Due to his long association
with the regiment, he is regarded
s the father and founder of the
20th Infantry.

ve

Tomorrow

In the Second World War, as a try. They have provided Jungle

In 1898 the 20th Sailed for Cuba,
and was the only regiment that
participated in action at both the
battle of El Caney and Santiago de
Cuba. They captured over 1,000
of the enemy.
And it was during this time that
C. Mauray Cralle a young first
lieutenant of the TVt was assigned
to C Company.
Today, his grindson Maury J5.
Cralle Jr., the same rank as his
forebear, is likewise assigned to
the same company. Faets unco uncovered
vered uncovered recently also show that the
present Cralle1 s 'father, a .eolofiel,
was with the 20th in the )at
He commanded the Second Batta Battalion
lion Battalion at the time.

The unit returned from Cuba and
was assigned to Fort Leavenworth

Kans. and in December ot 'i

it received orders to proceed to

the Philippine Islands. Arriving

in Manila in February of the tol

lowing year, Sykes' Regulars
fought for three years the rebels
Who Comprised the Aguinaldo In

surrection. The 20th Infantry serv

ed two ;mere Philippine tours of

dutv Drier to 1912.

' During. World: War I, the Regu Regulars
lars Regulars traced troops, as they did
while stationed at Fort Ord, prior

assignment nere in ranama.

part of the 6th Division, the 20th

was engaged in bitter jungle and
mountain fighting throught the
campaigns of New Guinea add a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, the Philippines their fourth
assignment there.
During one of the bitterest parts
of the fighting the Regulars hit
Blue Beach in Lingayen Gulf. Be Before
fore Before them were 250,000 well-equip

ped, well-fed enemy troops end

the strongest collection of armor
in the entire Pacific' Theater.

Sykes' Regulars took these bea

ches and they took Purple Heart

Valley the bloodiest 6,000 yards

in the world.

The Regulars had 219 days of

continous combat which was ter

minated by the cease fire order
on August 15, 1945.

In November the 20th found It

self on occupation duty in Korea,
where it remained until its inac inac-tivation
tivation inac-tivation in January 1949.

On Oct. 4, 1950, the Regulars
were reactivated at Fort Ord, Ca Calif.,
lif., Calif., iu order to train young men
of the Infantry prior to their bap

tism of fire m Korea.
The 20th Infantry continued to
perform this vital training until it
was reorganized in the United
States Armv Caribben on May 26,
1956, where it continues its envi enviable
able enviable history.
Charged with a multiplicity of
missions, it is unique in many res
pects. It is the only unit oft be
U. S. Army charged with the res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility of maintaining a jungle
warfare training school.
Expeditions tf the Regulars have
retraced many of the ancient ex

plorers' trails and have enlarged
their own jungle know-how in the
virtually uncharted Darien coun-

traning for their neighboring u-

uits and services.
Of all the missions of the 20th
Infantry today, far uvm the least
in importance, is that of being
"ambassador of good will."
Serving among their Central A A-merican
merican A-merican neighbors, the opportuni opportunities
ties opportunities of demonstrating neighborli
ness through practical examples
are ever present.
Now as in the past, the 20th
Infantry serves with distinction.
As a deterrent against aggression

and injustice, it stands as a .vital
link in the chain of the defense
of the Free World.
In February of last year, it was
decided to retain some of the
most illustrious of Army untie
their histories intact despite the
movement towards pentomic units.
Among those designated -was the
20th Infantry which assumed its
new pentomic status at an activa activation
tion activation parade last November.
Each parent regiment under pen pentomic
tomic pentomic arrangement, can have a
variable number of combat units,
known as battle groups. At pre present,
sent, present, the 1st Battle Group is the
only it within the 20th Infan Infantry.
try. Infantry. To help observe the anniversary,
a special television feature will be
presented over CFNTV Monday
afternoon on Panorama, which will
tell of the unit's activities, duties
and accomplishments while sta

tioned in Panama.

Col. Ralph A. Jones Jr., who

served his initial tour of commis

sioned service with the 11th Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, to which the 20th Infantry is
related, now commands Sykes' Re Regulars
gulars Regulars at Fort Kobbe. According
to available records, be is the 52nd

commander of the regulars.

Regij

istration For Extension Classes

To Be Held Monday At CZ College

Four courses in philosophy and
psychology are offered in the ex extension
tension extension division in the Canal Zone
Junior College this year, Dean
Roger, C. Hackett has announced.
They are child development, phi philosophy
losophy philosophy and life, elementary psy psychology,
chology, psychology, and abnormal phycholo phycholo-g.
g. phycholo-g. The first two will be taugnt
by Clarence Vosburgh, a Balboa
High School teachej who was for formerly
merly formerly on the staff of the La Boca
Branch of the Junior College and
who has taught classes in wee x x-tension
tension x-tension division several times m
past years. Mrs. Janette Xorver,
a recently arrived Zonian, will be
the instructor in the elementary
and abnormal psychology courses.

She received her A. B. degree

from Occidental College in uas An
geles and took additional work in
the University of Colorado. At Oc Occidental
cidental Occidental she studied under Dr. Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Brighouse, noted industrial
and experimental psychologist.
The child development course is
designed far parents ef young chil children
dren children who are in search of practi

cal answers to their questions on

the rearing of otfsipmg. uas

discussions will give them an o;
nortunitv to investigate possib

causes of different types of child
behavior and to formulate plans

far making children more cooper

active and social minded. A feature
of the course will be the opportu

nities it will present for parents
to comnare notes on how other

parents attempt to solve particular

problems. j

include the nervous and glandular

systems, intelligence, learning,
special aptitudes, individual differ differences,
ences, differences, emotions, personality, mo motivation,
tivation, motivation, social adjustment, and
psychological differences between
ihe sexes. 3 : ,. ... v
In abnormal psychology, some
of the topics that will be consider considered
ed considered are types and causes of mental
illness, characteristics of acquired
and hereditary mental disturbances
and mental hygiene and the treat treatment
ment treatment of men.al illness. Under the
last heading, some attention will
JKtf gPlJMgW of psyehe-
their different theories ana tech
niques.
Registration for all classes will
take place on Monday, Septem September
ber September 22, and the first classes will
meet on October 2, but only those
classes for which at least ten stu students
dents students register will actually be
started.

The philosophy and life course
will introduce the student to some

of the world's great thinking. It
will trace the philosophers' search

tor irutn ana reauiy to aeoate tne
modern applications of philosophi philosophical
cal philosophical thinking.
Topics that will be taken up in

the elementary psychology course

20th Infantry To Take Series
Of Pentomic Exercises, Tests

'Demo Fact Book'
Stresses Failure
Of Ike's Leadership
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Democratic Party spread its elec election
tion election campaign ammunition oVer
86 pages vesterday with special
atten.ion to the "failure' of lead leadership"'
ership"' leadership"' by President Eisenhower
and the "doubletalk" of Vice
President Richard M. Nixon;
An. outline of the party's 958
ca mpaign arguments was con contained
tained contained in a pocket-sized "Demo:
cratic Fact Boek." It was pub published
lished published by the Democratic National
Committee for party leaders, can candidates
didates candidates and workers throughout
the country.
1 The first section devotes four
pages to arguing that great na national
tional national problems developed because
Eisenhower "abandoned the lead leadership
ership leadership of the office of president."
It blames this alleged lack of
leadership for the recession, Rus Russian
sian Russian advances relative to the Unit United
ed United States in science and defense,
loss of friends abroad and "GOP
rivrnnHnn in hit?h nlares."

Other sections contain some un unkind
kind unkind references to Eisenhower's
liking for golf.
Equal space is given to fa favorable
vorable favorable review of the record of
the Democratic controlled Con Congress
gress Congress for the past two years and
'to giving Democrats credit for
supplying leadership to meet de defense,
fense, defense, economic and other prob problems.
lems. problems. Nixon rates a section of eight
pages, matched only by that al allot
lot allot led to the "GOP Recession."
He is charged with "doublet a Ik"

en foreign poucy, civil rights, in inflation,
flation, inflation, education and other issues.
a .. a. .Jar IT a j t

A set m quu uuiis is nrovinrn in

lnnnArl (ho tPffUmaiiif flint ha hm

talked on both sides of those is issues.
sues. issues. In the "corruption" section, the
pamphlet says that "one of the
biggest myths of the Eisenhower

f on administration is that it
given America clean govern
nt."
"It says Eisenhower has allowed
wrong-doers to stay In govern government
ment government er o leave with letters of
praise and has tolerated "unprec "unprecedented
edented "unprecedented high-level corruption."
A page Is devoted to presiden presidential
tial presidential aide Sherman Adams' gifts
from and relations with Bernard
businessman, under the caption,
"Adams Scandal Shakes Public
Confidence in Government."

Mobility and communications

ar crpttine to be uDDermosi in the

minds of 20th infantrymen these

Havs as thev engage in a series

of exercises and tests to weld the
mmnanles of the 1st Battle Group

into a lean, hit and run, run and
hit pentomic unit.
"How can we move faster keep

in .touch with each other, anu

bring all our nrepower quiuux, u
a particular 'enemy' position and
then shift it to another?" officers
thn 1st Battle Grain ask each

nthftr in maneuver' areas and even

in their clubs its1 the eaeroises con continue.
tinue. continue.
For instance, until now, the group

has practiced moving us men Dy
shuttling them on its own vehicles

and equipment tor aistances in. uv

miles. However, tnis is umy a u u-ginning
ginning u-ginning the group must learn to
operate vehicle shuttles for dist distance's
ance's distance's of at least 20 miles at this
stage of its training.
To do this, the group will call on
the drivers of the U. S. Army
Transportation Service to load up
troops in their big vehicles and
join in the exercise. The objective
is to train the entire group to move
as quickly as possible over a long
distance to an assembly area, ar arrive
rive arrive there, with the weapons it
needs, organize promptly and at attack
tack attack an "enemy" position.
The exercises will take place as
much as possible on army posts
and will start and end on military
installations. This is in order to

prevent interference with opera operations
tions operations of the Panama Canal Co.
Canal Zone Government and avoid
inconvenience to civilian residents
of the Zone.
In iast training, the companies

have moved along one road. Now

they will be required o move si

multaneously Dy several routes ann
arrive in the assembly area at the

right times, ready to go.

A river corssing presents com complicated
plicated complicated problems for every type

of Army unit, and is one kind of
exercise which combat units prac

tice as often as possible to keep
themselves refreshed on proce

dures.

As part of its current training

the group plans to use the Canal

in the role of a river. During the
training, crews of the big landjng
craft, mechanized, of the command
Transportation Service will be
called on to carry the troops
across the "river".
To make the training more rea

listic, the Infantrymen may even

use oiner types ui ooais wnicn can
be obtained. Ultimately, the mo mobility
bility mobility training is expected to ccli ccli-max
max ccli-max with a series of exercies in
which the Sykes" Regulars lea
bow to lash their equipment and
supplies into ircraft and actully

move considerable distances by
air. The objective stilll will be
to '-arrive. Jin the right assembly

area at the right time with proper
equipment and be able to "attack"
promptly.
Meanwhile, the radio operators
and wire crews of the 20th 's com communications
munications communications platoon will be
stretching the capabilities of their
equipment as far as possible in
order to keep the group command

er and his units in constant con

tact. -Coordinating
with the Infantry

troops will be the pilots of their

own aviation section in tight planes
and helicopters. The light craft will

fly up and down the moving co columns
lumns columns to make sure they are keep keeping
ing keeping in the right formations, dis distances
tances distances and rates of speed. They'll
shoot out ahead to look over the

aggressor", carrying with them

forward observers from the Mor

tar Battery who will survey the
"enemy" and be able to cp1' hv
radio for mortar and artillery
"fire". Officers of the group will
go up in the craft to observe the
situa'jon and plan the next moves.

it is all part of training a tvmcal

battle group of the U.S. Army to
be able to operate independently

as tne Army s basic tactical unit

to use the latest technological
advances in firepower, mobility

and communications.

Va Demo Cubs
Come Out For GOP
Candidate m Error

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ARLINGTON, Va, (UPI) Red Red-faced
faced Red-faced officials of Virginia's Young
Democratic Clubs tiled today to
recover a fumble that put them
squarely behind a Republican
candidate for Congress. u
The monumental political error

siemmea irom tne similarity in
the names of Rep; Joel T. Brov-

hill, the Republican incumbent.
,.J T.. .L- it T.' 111

uu tfwevn xi. n eenni, Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic candidate- ior Brovhill'.

raHlE HP en BrouhUl
gleefully disclosed he had receive

a letter irom Marvin M. Murchi-k
son Jr., president of the Young
Democrats pledging "Senator

iroyjiui-- ms personal support and

uiai OT IMS C1UDS.

"Great gods and Misi Ani

was the first startled reaction of
Garland H. Harwoori Jr th.

ciuds- secretary. He m H M,.r.

chisoh. who is

obviously meant to send "the letter

to rreeni i who ha hin nHnr..,i

uy me roung .Democrats' execu executive
tive executive committee.

"There is no doubt that ; Mr.
Brovhill has i iolr. n u,-

wood said. "WE', w oh ..j

bear it... '. ;.

We bone he will react th m.

way when he la defeated by our
Democratic candidate, Mr. Free-

aui, m iNovember."

Harwood said he could not fl-

PUN SUPREME Bright
young stage, screen and night- I
club comedian Jimmy Komack
recently perpetrated a pun that
laid them on the sound stage.
In his new movie "Senior
Prom," he plays a daffy musi musician
cian musician who can't decide between
his girl and his bass fiddle.
When the girl ditched him.
Jimmy ad libbed a switch on
the famous "Porgy and Bess"
line "Bass, you is my woman
now."

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Son's Birth It
VL J Mer. Today

Captain and Mn. Raymond Ar Ar-chabal
chabal Ar-chabal of Albrook Air force Base
announce the birth of a son SU SUSS
SS SUSS Raymond, at Gorgas Hospi Hospi-ffi
ffi Hospi-ffi September 15 The maternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mm.
lodolfo Endara of Panama City.
Paternal grandparents, are Mr.
and Mrs. Justo Archabal of Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, Calif.
Dane Students Parform
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Entertainment at the family
tight dinner this evening given by
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dances presented by tudenta of
the Dorese Waites School of Dancing-
The event will be held at tne
Shrine Temple in Ancon.
The presentations will include
numbers by Beverly Bowman, Su Susan
san Susan Trim, Barbara Ahr, Sharon
Smith, Patty Beit, Barbara Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins and Sandra Shirley. They will

be accompanied by Avinal Ward
pianist.

Meeting Held Today

By V.F.W. touncii

The v.t.w. count"
tration of the Canal Zone met this
afternoon at Post 100 at Mar gar
. Pii commanders and officers

of' the department attending were

expected to name a new
vice commander to succeed Wor Wor-lev
lev Wor-lev Evans, who is returning to the
States to establish his residence.
MEETINGS, SAT
Elks Matting Tonight
Unity Lodge 1084 of the Elks

t i i, convene n suet""

ion this evening at 7:30 at the
Paraiso Lodge. All officeri and

members are urgea w

Sporting Club have announced a

practice nigni session iu uc
Tuesday evening al 8 at t h e
French Society Hall in Colon. All
square dancers re inviteu to at at-tftnd.
tftnd. at-tftnd. Music will be provided by

Garcia and his Progressive Five.

Alcorn Describes
Southern Democrat
As GOPer At Heart

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SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE AT
ALBROOK Air Porce Base this
afternoon on the first leg of a
tour of U S. naval installations
Was Argentina's Secretary of
the Navy, Rear Adm. Adolfo B.
Estevez. He was to be welcom welcomed
ed welcomed at the field by Rear Adm.
George Wales, commandant of
the Fifteenth Naval District,
and members of his staff, and
later was to be feted at a re reception
ception reception given by Admiral and
Mrs. Walei at their quarters.

Writer McPartland
Had Three Males,

Seven Children
MONTEREY, Calif. (UP1-A(n;

other 'chapter in we '""'"""
?tory of novelist John McPartland
came to ligh' todav with the dis disclosure
closure disclosure that the best-selling au author
thor author had not two but three mates
and seven children.
ti;, K,.om known when Mrs.

Ida McPartland of Mill Valley,

Calif. McPartlana s irue w
and mother of his 10-year-old son,
Donald, went to court in nearby
Salinas yesterday.
She petitioned to be named spe special
cial special administratrix of the estate.
In her petition, she listed as a
nnaaible heir to the estate another

daughter, Cynthia, 'over 21. She
told newsmen she knew no other
details of this daughter except

that she was tne cnua m

"early marrtage.
McPartland. anther of No
Down Payment," died Sunday at
the age of 47.
News dispatches listed as his
survivors his wife, Eleanor, and
their five children. On Wednes

day Ida appeared on me scene
and said ahe wis McPartland s
wife and had never been divorced
from him. Eleanor confirmed the

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (UPI) -1
National Republican Chairman
Meade Alcorn predicted last
night that "lett-wtng" Democrats
will drive southerners from the
party in 1960 with a strong stand
on civil rights.
He said these southerners will
either form a third party or join
the Republican Party. He predic predicted
ted predicted the ROP would nick up a lot

of support among the "splinter

groups in tne wane oi me
national Democratic convention.
"Southern Democrats are Repub Republican
lican Republican at heart," said Alcorn, on a
tour of the po'ential vote rich
South. "If you ask a southern
Democrat if he approves of na national
tional national Democratic policies, he will
inva riablv sav he doesn't."

The main difference between
the South and the national Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Party civil rights is one
that will be pushed by "left "left-j
j "left-j wingers," said Alcorn.
In sDeeches at a $25-a-plate din

ner here and earlier yesterday at
Statesvitle and Winston-Salem, Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn said, "A group of men that
has contempt for our aystem is
trying to get the throttle" of
America.
He predicted "disaster" if this
group, headed by labor leader
Walter Reuther, Michigan Gov.
G. Mennen Williams and Sen. Hu

bert Humphrey (D Minn.), gets to

run the nation.
He said this "left-wing" will in insist
sist insist on a strong civil rights plank
in the 1960 Democratic national
pla'form and "anybody not fol following
lowing following that line might as well
get out."

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LONDON (UPD Charles Daw

son, digging in his garden, came
up with:
An old gas stove, 163 beer
bottles, a cistern, a sewing ma machine,
chine, machine, a klaxon horn, a grass
cutter, 12 auto headlamps, several
basins, three 60 Ballon water
tanks, several umbrella frames, a
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in Monterey and Mill Valley for and a chair.

the past 10 years.

COMPANlA PANAMENA de
DIVERSIONS, S. A.
Inform! Iti patrom and tha public in genaral
that Mr. Albarto Gonzalai haa caased to ba an
AUTO CINE amploya ainca Sapt. 12, 1958. Any
tranaactlon made by him In our name from this
data will not ba accaptad by ua.

HER WORD IS LAW
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich.
(UPI) Mickey Burrell got up
to 5,401 hula hoop spins yesterday
in a try for a record before he
was ordered to ston.
His mother called him to

supper.
REASON ENOUGH
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UPI)-Why,

Billv Rilev was asked, was his

band engaged in a two day

marathon?
Because, Riley frankl" admitted,
"we need the publicity."

DOROTHY CHASE
STUDIO OF DANCE
Reopens Wednesday October 1
Courses include: Ballet, Tap, Toe, Tumbling tor
"little juya", Rhythmic Exercisaa for women.
Registration held at residence 744-A Las Cruces
Street, Balboa, (near Balboa Poat Office.)
. FRIDAY September 263:00 to 5:00 p.m.
SATURDAY September 279:00 km. to 12:00 noon

Heart Ooeration

Via TV Planned

For Scientists

WASHINGTON (UPIi Hou

sands of scientists in a hot' hall-

room here in December will wit witness
ness witness a heart oneration oerformed

miles awav and brought to them

in full color on a television screen

6 feet square.
It will be the first public dem

onstration of a new TV system

DENVt.lt (NEA) "BM'f;
way is going to see a different
side of Ethel Merman."
The big town's all time great
est musical comedy star who
belts out songs like 7 trom
bones, made the promise to me
a. we chatted on the terrace of

Six Acres, the big Denver esta

th.t home to .mei

-71 1 li.

her husband, uonuneniai u

lines President RODert &
Broadway aeemed far away
from the Six Acres terrace with
the Rocky Mountains as Ethel s
and luau torches as

flickering footngnis. sne was u-

.hnut her forthcoming

Broadway snow, uypy ---
on r.vnsv Rose Lee's biogra

phy. Ethel will play the mother
of Gypsy and her sister, June
Havoc as children, and the show
will be about her joys and sorrows

raising them.

GYPSY'S STORY of her tfie

nrteH whAn she her Aie a bur

lesque star and that's where the

Broadway snow wiu ena. iim

h music ana sonss im c

thel which Julie Styne is swriting

Knt thli time it will be a sen

,, "HifAi-pnt" role for the big

voiced belter of coie roner ana

Irvine Rerins greatest snow

" will he nlay with

muaic and Ethel, who can rock

Times Square witn nor voic
will he un there on the tu

running the gamut from bolster
ous to "Life With Mother" ren

The quiet, gracious living "t
civ pr ia million milej avj y

from the loud and noisy Broad

way Ethel helped make tamous anc
h Brmdwav aha still loves. But

Six Acres is "home" where, she

told me, "I can think ana reiax

and act like a mower to auiei

and Bobby. Etnei is io ana a
doll and Bobby ii IS arti all c.w

boy.

anth'a An snad. overcall was

a calculated risk. H knew that if
w.niMu nacand ha would quite

Ukely be milling a game, but he
was sure that iaa fate would no
overtake him. When West nd
North passed he commenced to
worry a little but Eait had the
itn tn reonen. East did not know

about the dynamite to hii left.

South'i two spade bid wai a con continuation
tinuation continuation of his possum tad'-S and
the subsequent bidding inf uding
West's double of the five ipade
bid was quite normal.
West opened the four of clubi
and all South hid to do to make

hii contract was to draw trumps

and lose one Heart ana one aia-mend.

The hand produced a consider considerable
able considerable post-mortem. West pointed
out that East could have passed
the hand out at one spade or
could have taken a mere one
trick set at six clubs. East admit admitted
ted admitted all this but pointed out that
the hand would have ben heat-n

if

A BALCONY, BUT NO ROMEO Well on her way to con-
. ... i U....4., KaIa I Anvn rata vac nit

quenng ine oia wpr.ia, Auoan Dcuuy viwu
hw balcony In Parlii She haa already turned down a marriagi
proposal from the Sultan of Johore to continue her career as a
singer and dancer at the Folies Bergeres, and haa also ligned a

film contract.

ilj.-fH

Algerian Liberation Front
Forms Government In Exile

vtt Vi.it nnanod heart ill

star Ethel in one ofits shows, j t d f club
There is a standing offer"'"

from The Sahara Hotel ana i Wegt iuggegtedt hat even he minijter. Ted the proclamation
heard Herb McDonald's words tolw,d opeMd hpw Kait lin Fnch at FLN headquarter! in

,tnei mere on me leirace. ot nllve been Bryj)ante nougn r,i- ,, hour after he said

CAIRO (UPI) The Algerian Na National
tional National Liberation Front (FLN),.
which hai ipearheaded the fight
for independence of the African
territory from France, yesterday
proclaimed establishment of a pro
vliional Algerian government In-
AYilA

Ferhat Abbas, 59, was named
premier of the provisional govern

ment. He II regaraea as i mumr

ete, but observers oeiieve a,

"stronemen in o t n e r cauinei

posts actually might wield more
P.w.r- ... u:.

Ahhas. tianKen nv six 01 ms

'We'll even change the name

of The Sahara to the Cbei Mer
man for you."
But it is no Lai Vagal, not yet
anvw.iv. for Ethel, who laughed;

T don't thinK 1 coma siano me

place. No one ever g o e i to

bed in Las vegai.

Broadwav didn t seem so m

way a couple of nights later

when I heard Ktnei merman num
mine a Cole Porter tune 1)eln3

played by Murry Arnold'! orches

tra at tne unerry niiis vvuwry

Club's "HilladiUy Red and wnite
BaU.

a thel AND BOB and all the

(Alehrities in the famed Hillsdillv

Golf Tournament were living it
up and two feminine guests won

little white rrencn pooaies as
door m-izes. Mark Kramer of the

executive committee, and Bob
Six's assistant, paid !200 each

for the poothei, one oi wnicn

Rip Arnold ana nil wiie ra

purchased irom a winner.

They immediately namea me
French poodle "Jolly" but t n c
next morning their son, Steven,
came up with a better name
"I want to call her Brigitte,"
said the excited Steven.

lead back his singleton diamo

and the hand wai just fated to
make. ,
East finally lot in the la it word.

He, laid, "Next time give me the
chance. Then if I go wrong the

fault will be mine.

n

Q -The bidding has been:
Cast seat West North
1 Deuble Pass 2 V
Pass 2 Pass 4 4
Pasa 5 Pass 5
Paaa ?
You, South, hold:
4AQ1MS VKIt A.f 17 S
What do you do?
A Pa. You have made roar
slam try and partner haa refined
to aeeeai
TODAY'S QUESTION
You hold the same hand. Your
partner bids on spade in re response
sponse response to your double of one
club. What do you do now?
Aaawer Monday

it had been proclaimed throughout

Algeria

An official sookesnian declared

"The eovernment consider itself

in a state of war with France
from the viewpoint of international
law."

The new Republic of Iraq wai

(ho Irs to rAfoerme n nriivisiii--

. a TLfi- ii.. .l.u.t.u

at govermiioui 'pmnuw biuws"

the United Aran rcepnun"
nAiinpprl it had recoenized it Thurs

day before the proclamation. The
T ihvm Fmhassv said Libya alio

had grantea recognmon, no own

orized source in Piris wamea
that France would regard recogni recognition
tion recognition of the rebel government aa

an uafriendly act. Te itatement
charged the FLN action wai taken
to further terrorism in Algeria.)

Although Abbas aaid the seat oi
the government had not yet been
fixed, it was cler that it would
meet in Cairo. The FLN'i main

political headquarter! have been in
Cairo since July.
Five of the 19 miniiteri in the
cabinet are currently imprisonad

by the French. The tnree secre secretaries
taries secretaries of state are fighting against
the French army in Algeria.

The proclamation saia in pan:
"in the name of the Algerian

people, the Coordination pnd Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee, by delegation
of the National. Council of th Al

gerian Revolution, has. neciaea u

form a, prqviPiona' wp"ernmein
the Algerian Republic."
R then Hated the members of tht
c abinet and concluded :

"The provisional government is
responsible to the National CoSbciI
of the Algerian Revolution. It. be be-gins
gins be-gins functiorf ihis day,' FfW,
Sept. 19, 1958, at 1 p.m. Algerian
time.'"
similar announcements were

made by FLN ipokesmen in the

ik gjaa a k,m i t""'-

Brakes Were Applied To N.J. Train
Only 25 ft. Before Engine Toppled

BROADWAY AND Hollywood

inct o fpw hours awav from

six Acrei on one 6f Continental' s4

luxurious jet p o w e r e a v i s
count 11 or DC 7 airliners. Only

is L,as veRas nn-

.- 1 ii.-1 1 111 ll I IN awav ia uao r "

developed for Ciba Pharmaceuti-1 v w y a fortune to

r- Products, inc.. tiy uenerai ;

MVIN STiVIN, who is only

seven, know anout ungitie oar
dot and now there is a Fr.'icti
noodle in Denver named after B.

B.
Off the Hillidflly Teei: Dizzy

Dean was out there on the course

having his troubles. Mrs. Dizzy
Pat came back to the clubhouse
alone after following him around
for a couole of hours. "On t h e
first nine holes he was gW," Pat
laughed, "and I encouraged him.
Then I eot sick of him." Pat can

match Dizzy in the fun chatter

league any day.... Benny Bickers

of the University uiuo oi vi-

1a didn't have to wait until 5 o

clock to hav his first drtnK. e;very
time he looki at hii wrlit watch
it is 5 p.m. All 12 of the numbers
on the watch are fives.

Electric. It is designed for teach

in-: and research.
The operation will be performed
al the clinical center of the Na National
tional National Institutes of Health, Beth-f-sria,
Md., bv Dr. Andrew Glenn
Morrow, distinguished surgeon of

th N;onal Heart Institute.

It will be carried by closed cir circuit
cuit circuit TV 7V4 miles to the mam mammoth
moth mammoth screen set up at Washing Washington!
ton! Washington! Sheron Park hotel, for the
annual gathering of the American
Association for the Advancement

of Science.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1 M0)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHP K
SJ. "PIZARRO 8'p
M.V. "f-ANTANPER" ct- J.
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA OUlRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
SK. "REIN A DEL MAR" (JO.m tone)
(Alr-CPBdttlond) .. . VX- 28
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY"
B.S. "FLAMENCO" 8ept- n
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
8.8. "LOCH AVON" ct-
S.S. "ABREDYK" U
TO I K CONTINENT ,
8,8. "DUIVENDYK" Sept. 28
8.S. "LOCH GARTH" Oc 4
U 3AILING8 KPBJECT TO CHANGE TttTTHOfJT NOTICE
TELEPHONES: k m w
Crtebal -l4 Panama 0-ltOTl Ralfcoa 8-IHO

'Puny' Nuclear Explosion
Set Off At Yucca Flat

"Don't be lilly" ii on of the
moit devaiting remark! a middle
ase wife can make to a middle-age

husband.
Dbnt be silly, ihe says when

he talks on trading his business
car in oil a iporty looking little
foreign number.

He's not beina liny, ne s jusi

trvina to recapture a little of that

feeling of being a dashing fellow.
'Dont be lilly," she says when

he holds her tight on tnn nance

floor.

He'i not being silly, just roman romantic.
tic. romantic. He is saying, "We may not be
kids any more, but you're still my

girl when the orchestra quits
Saying rock 'n' roll and goes in
r a dreamy waltz."

"Don t be amy sne says wnen

h wishes oat loud he could take
flying lessons.
TJ.'. Mil K.inP lillv. He lUSts

rni to do something a bit more

darlag than going to work in the
morning and coming home at

NEW YORK (UPl)-The brakes
of a Jeney Central commuter
train were slammed on only 2
feet from diiaiter in an apparent
frantic but futile last minute at,
tempt to prevent the train from
.i,..ia thrnnoh an ooen draw

bridge into Newarle Bay, the rail

road said yeiteraay.

TV,. hraUet Of the IWO-CnUllir.

five-car train did not take hold
until the train was a mere seven

feet from the brlnK, a r" iaa i
(1H rHovol InVAStlC I OrS,

The train then went into a skid
that carried two engines and two
cars over the ede and left a
mm roach dhnBlinl for more

than two hours before it, too,
ini, th water.

The number of known dead In
i..f Mnniav' disaster rose with

thi. recovery OI tne wra uwj

from the murky bay.
That left six men still listed as

ict.lnn and UrCSUm""

AVinut in nprsons were injured

George C. Wilms, assistant su
nrintendent of the railroad's mo

tor oower and roUinp equin'T-ent

riiuUinn testifict before an miei-

itat: Commerce Commission he;r

ino here nto he Havonne, in. m.

---- T

arrincint

Wilms ished no licht on the mys

im, rf-wh the train wns not

wiimc mHe it clear today that

someone had tried to stop th
train, but the identity of this per
son wai not known. He said hn
estimatei on the cttempt to awn

the train were based on skid skidmarks
marks skidmarks on the drawbridge ande x-

amination of the two locomuuvea

and three coaches mat were

raised from the bottom oi mi
bay. . ...

"The emergency r a k e leycr

was in position," he testuiea, oui
the throttle wai in number two

position. ... ...
The second engine, which had
been "deadheading" to J t r i e J

Citv, wai raised aiong wim v.
era! bodiei yeiterday.

Ike Wants Talks

To Stabilize K

LoH. 7inc Market

WASHINGTON (UPD-The ad

ministtOtion today was preparing

to damn restrictions on lead anr

line imports in a move to aid
d'om'tjc producers at the risk o
offending Canada, Australia and

several hin American nations.

in administritin sonree said

rhi country may also hike the

tariff on the two metals.

Interior Secretary Fred A. Sea Sea-ton
ton Sea-ton is expected to outline the Im

port ouota curbs in a spech at.

San Francisco next week. But an

administration source said Presi President
dent President Eisenhower ( would announce

the nlan formallv before that.

The source said the President
wanted tne ase the damage Im

port cuts would cause to the

. .... .

ainnnmii nf Mexico, rem.

ada. Australia and other lead and

line, producing conntr'rs. To

achieve this, he sain. Kisennower

wnnlrl nnsh fnr l"iiriat",nai

aimed at stibtUzins the world

ATOMIC TEST SITE, Nev.
(UPI) A nuclear explosion that
ws "puny" by today's awesome
standards was fired from a balloon
500 feet over Yucca Flat yesterday
The blast opened what could be
the United States' last nuclear test
"Th'shot, estimated at one kilo kilo-ton
ton kilo-ton or equal approximately to l, l,-m
m l,-m f tnt was not seen re-

yond Us Vegai, 75 miles from he
teit lite. Ifi flaih. which lasted
w.. ik.. i.rnnd turned into a

lesa man .vw-. ,.
..ih that hnilrrl UO in a nail

shape rithar than the usual mush
room pattern.

sun played on the cloudt hat hung

over the desert in a winoiesi my.
It wai the first of ten shots
planned in the series, the seventh
to be held in the United States

since 1951. Five of the ihots in
the current series will be exploded
underground, deep inside a honey
comb-type tunnel The largest ef
these will be a 20 klllon blast. 12
times the size of the underground

explosion tha' was fired here las
year and recorded on seismo

graphs in Alaska.

r.iiui Bavaleament Test

tw. .w railed "Eddy." wii

deicribed al development t e i t
2!:r.-.r th i Alamos sci-

enea lab for later www

. m.ii cal atom c weaijuii i

America'i araanai

night to pilot a power mower.
'"Don't be silly," the layi when

he is cutting up at party.
Tie's not beina silly. Hei just

shaking off for a mil wnue

m rtfl e aEetl cares aim kw-

hiliMea that iometlms get to

jveiehing him down,
non't he ailly." she retort

when he talks big about doing
lomething they both know they
csn't afford and probably never
WHf'i not naiOf ffl&JH owi
very well M'afiat tllkmg. Bur if
he wants to drean, .hy ipotl his

fun? Dreaming doam't eon any-

"
Qt3te Unquote

Deadline oetoner ji fMBa tt .it

must be eompiated, KZmr tali a middle aied min

The series

before Oct. 31

when the United

States is scheduled to held talks
with the Soviet Union in Geneva

in hopes of seeking an interna mn mn-al
al mn-al ban on nuelaar tests than eaa
be policed.
President ? Eilenhower old the

Russians that the United States

i a i. u ra k

Eddy," fired from a balloon ; yoiun-an y woi.ia rmi us

which was le hered to me grouna. .r u ,a,

held a dull lalmon color wnue uw-

Russia banned its teiti unilater-

not te be iflly. Ihun when you
do you're iayW "You're too oM
for that." or "'i alveady tee late
a that

a ... worth his aalt keeps

a bit of the bov in fail heart all of

his life. Ann El
m.n ho tries to kill it with-

"Dont be ailly"

stopped sooner. It went through
three warping s 1 g n a 1 a hop'
slowing down froim the s No. 2
speed described by Wilms as
medium before anything was

done to avert oisasnr.
A medical examiner's report
laid IJovd Wilbur", the Wye Wye-old
old Wye-old engineer, may have died of a
h.rt attark while at th controls,

i,t final ruline on th's was not

expected for at lent, a week or 10

davs.
That left the myiterv of w h v

the fi,- man Peter Andrew. 4'.

had not halted the trm. ne rn.
road disclosed Thursday that An

drew had been on restricten nmy

became of a "rnoerate elevation

of Wood pressure."

Vermouth Exit

ROUEN, France (UPI) Drill
.,.,,ir,r Andre Poultier bet a

i.n,n nf mfe friends last

nieht he could drink 3 glasses of
vermouth in 10 minutes.

He won the oet ana uruppcu

lor the Bern
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1000 COLON

ally some time ago, but recently dead.

revoxet mw 322, pip. PUMPKIN

the Uni eu Mates '., ,, ,iTPtlVirU

test Fratlini ThVsday reported lie

i tin d M.e 'I1 '0

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. Harry
Truman, in a speech to the Heel Heel-workers'
workers' Heel-workers' union convention:
"You know, the Republicans at attacked
tacked attacked the New Deal and the Fair
Deal because they were Pjonera.
They are planners, too. pe.qif-fe.-ence
ii that they Plan for high
interest ratei and recessions while

we plan for gr?wtn ana pruiw

"7

wAswiNfyroN Dr. Edwin D.

Canham, editor of the Christian
Science Monitor, in an address to

the annual Conference on uuen-ship:

The imiling, periistent, patient

face of Ch nese vommwraaj

looms large in our worm ana wo

have no begun t: itevise a prac practical
tical practical and effective program with

which to combat l

in a IP WARE IN FORMOSA

fjt. Jamei Dunn, of San Francis

co, a Jet pilot, on KOO cnineao

"The Chtrjeie communis puy
are Werier. An American cadet

pile' straight from jh a aa

could wow up very w-u
them."

JANESVILLE, Wis. Airieul Airieul-ture
ture Airieul-ture Seo-etary Eara T. Beneon, at
a GOP fund-railing dinner:
"Under Ihis administration we
have peace. And I believe Ue
American people will alwayi ap approve
prove approve 'he kind of foreign policy
that leads to peace wi h honor
rather than war."

Ilnnino i k tests.

Britain also agreed to a

suspension by Oct. 3i

Th. Alnm le F.neBV Commission

said that in addition to the under underground
ground underground sho i In the current series,
fne tests would include more bal balloon
loon balloon sho i and tower ihoU.

but was aiming for bigger thinri.
He said he. planned to sow the
outsiied pumpkin'i ieed next
iprins in hopes of railing a 220
pounder.

rs"rnniT Lt. Gen. Arthur

G. Trudeau, Army research and
development ch'ef, in a speech to

the Amerttan kockoi sicwy.
..... .... M,.M MMllltar

capab litie In spac : t o malaria
our security on earth."

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Church of Christ
CJUSTOBAL: American Legion
HaU.
Service
cm Sunday 10:00 A U :00 am
HO ABAJO: House No. MM U at
Sunday 440 pj
Unitarian
Calk
UNUAMUM
141
Sunday School
:U 'ilk.
Adcon Siva.
Kour mviiaUeo
to uoareJ
religion
Baptist
vS
Edmund buliworth
4:44 am
U;uu a.m.
, :3U l'
7;3u PJP
Scfcool :
rung worsrup
nine union I
Evening Worship
Prayer Meeting at Bible
ISiy toXwedneaoay...
iBrotnernood-lsi Monoay
7:09
7;00 p m
,:90 p.m.
laco 44ttfc
FIRST BAPTU1 CHUKCH
Balboa Heights, C, &
4J7 Ancon Boulevard
Owvrjtl' Balboa HelgMs
Phone Balboa WW
William H. Beetaj. Pastor
Sunday School
Morning Worship ,. )
Baptist Training Onion ....
XltwdndaV:
W.M.S. Bible Study Thurs Thursdays
days Thursdays Men Brotherhood (Last
Monday in monthl
940 a.m.
10:45 a.m
8:30 p.m.
7:30 p.m
t:oo p.m
8:00 a jn
first BArrot cwig'
Margarita Avenue at. ti Street
Margarita, Canal Zona
Bev. Wendall cThu, Fsstor
School ....j....
AS a m
Worship
11:00 a.m
:st itaining Union,
6:30 p.m
7: p.m.
flTaaJaji
Fridays
Salvation Army
iNon.Oeiiommtlmia evangelistic
fANAMA CTTY
UTrtruery Street, Phone; 28 20051
11:00 Holiness Meeting.
3:00 Sunday School
i 7:30 Salvation Meeting
; PARAISO, C.Z. ;
! Envoy Mrs. CVjk, Moseley
! Guiana Street
: 11:00 Holiness Meeting
I The Rev. Bay M. Blakely Minister
1 CATUN j-
e,flA finnHnv School
1 Church School, with Adult Bible
COLON CiNIBAU
Sr. Captain Mrs, H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38-743
110 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIBD STREET
r. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7".S0 Salvation Meeting.
RAINBOW CITY, C I.
BaveyJ-Otll
3:00 Sunday School
7:30. Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
,AVv. Oscar W. Ohan, rsstot
Balboa Jload at San Pablo Street
4'.'Tf 'Pastor's phone 2-H88
Church olce Wise
t:S0 a.m-Church School Free bus
i service. Classes for all ages.
m m m Wnrahln Service Church
Time Story Hour for KUtdergarten
and frimary Children. Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery.
;00 p.m-Post High Fellowship.
5:04:IO p.m. Junior High Fellow-
TfM t.-TarneF Hligh Fellowship.
MM?ga?tUAAve. and Bolivar Hwy.
fsv. Theodjtr-E Franklin raster
Phones: Office, 3.2842. Res. 3-1498
m M-r Car. IH
"TSTwSSSSA School. Bu. service.
f.;rM"i woShijr hn
i Nft"!(rT Infanta and small dill-
! mm p.m. Junior Fellowship,
S p.m Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of" aulllaty ar
tlvltlisand official meetings as an-
ounced from week to wee.
amboa
Iker M. Alderton. Pastor
- Hi
o-sft a.m. Ihinrlav School
10M0 .tn- Morning wrwJJ-J M
1 Official meetings end Weab-day 'ca 'cavities
vities 'cavities as announced.
4f 4Aw

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Sunday

Prayer Services. weanasoays .
SjBtA.4sidbri ;!

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Churches el Hit mtmy rarrfct hi the Canal Zona, and rhe terminal ert.ee
" wrillnfl ay Wee)riea4a mm at the lateet a any cliasNjes
ftt the ceasing Sarare'ay chunk f e.
Ministers, church secretaries end chaplains r askeej a Into.m the
el 'ana ana and Colon. Republic at anama, attend welcomi at all
tinant to man and women a the armed services, ana) te civilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, f needs ami strangere.
Ai a public service. The Panama American litre below, by denomi denomination.,
nation., denomination., noticei of noun el waaabip and ether regular activitiai.
Listings are ratated from time to time Denominations having only
one aw two congregations are luted under "Other Churches b Services

A special listing It included tot servicer at Army posts, A
at) Naval stations.

Catholic
ST. MARVS CHUKCH Balboa
Sunday Ma: 7 00. 1:00. 10:00 and
ISM am
Hply Day Masses: 4:44. I UjU a m
Confessions: Saturday, a 30 I
and 7)40 to SM pm Thursday,
rirst Frt.dav. 7:00 in :00 HA
bereee
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m
on Mondays.
i aner raw assv
booi Study Club 4:30 p.m. on
Sundav Masses: 5 Si. 7:10 A 4:40 a.m.
Holy (lay miaaeet a.m. ana :0fl
Conlessions: Saturday :S0 to :00 and
7:1S t :00 p.m. Thursday before riret
Friday 1:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7:00 p.m
Fridays.
Catechism Class: 1:15 to 441 pjbs. an
Thursday.
OUB LADS Of KAT1MA Curunde
Sunday Mats at 1:00 a.m.
Holv Day Mass at :30 d in.
uonraamons: tarn 10 e:a p.m. on aa-
urdav.
Catechism Class; Saturday 1:30 to
JO
e.m.
ST. JOSKPH-raralse
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 1:11 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 p nt
Weekday Masses: . :00 am.
Confessions: Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 and
4:30 to 7:3a
catechism class: Sunday J:oo to 4:00
p.n.' ....
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
an Friday.
convert instructions: inursoay i;oo
MU
ST. VINCENT'S Panama City
Sunday Masses. :O0 and 1:30 a.m.
Holy Day Maaaaa: 8:30 and 5 .'00 p.m
(It it falls on Saturday the Masses are
:00 and 8:30 a.m.)
Confessions : Saturday 8:00 to ($0 and
i;uo to b:uo p.m. jnursaav oeiore rirst
Friday 7:30 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
tlons of the Cross: Friday 7:10 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 mass on
Sunday
Thursday
convert class. i p.m. Tuesday ana
ST. THERESA'S Cocoll
Sunday Masa: 8:30 am.
Holy bay Mass: 8:00 s.m. (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. on
Monday. ,
conressions: :uu 10 e:av a.m. aunaay-
Sunday Masses :30 and 8:30 a.m. ?
Week Days Mass: 6:30 Mon.. Thurs
Fri. and Sat. First Friday mass: 4:00 a m.
Holy Day Masses' 6:00 a
a te 4:00
p.m.
Canfmnlons! 8:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous meaai novum naay ran
catecnism class: s:au p.m. on rsunoay
ST. tHKBESrs-U e
Convert Class: Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday Mast: 70 a.m. :
HOly Day Mast: 5:30 a.m,
Confessions: Saturday 6:30 to 7:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pjn..
catecmsm Class j;ia p.m. on aunu,y
Sacred Heart
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m.' on
Friday.
convert ciass
6:30 p.m. on Thursday
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEFH S Colea
Sunday Manet: 4:45, 8:00 andl:Ilajsv
Holy Day Masses: M and 8:00 a.m
and 5:45 pan.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
J:00 to 4:00 p.m
Miraculous Meaai novena: vnaanaaoay
8:15 and 7:00 p.m.
sacred Heart Novena: maay ua p m
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
Convert Class: 7:14 p.m. on Mondays
and Thursdays
catecmsm Class: ounasy iu:ib a.m. k
11:45 a.m. 3:00 p.m. te 4:00 p.m.
First Fridav-Exoosition of Moat Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rosary 5:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chll.
dren Mondays and Thursdsys 4:00 te
7:00 p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDALCrlstobsl 1
Sunday Masses: 7 :0o, 8:00 and 14 M a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4K. IM a.m. and
5:15 p.m.
coniessions: aaiuraay am to a;uu ana
00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve-
nine.
Ml
Iraeulout Madai Novena:
4:14 and
:ou p.m. on Monday.
Catechism Class i After 8:00 Masa on
Sunday.
First Frldav Exnositlon all dav durins
I h school Year.
rirst Saturday t Mate at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH In
Margarita
Sunday Masses: 740, 440. U:sr, a n.
isses: 7:30
day Mass
First
aaturd
6:00 s.m
Weekday Masses
8:00 a.m
Saturday
f -An n 4M n
8:00 p.m
7:00 o.m
Miraculous
Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses- 7:30 a.m.
5:15 p.m.
Confession ... o:4S p.m. to
every Monday
every Wednesday.
Discussion Inquiry Group
1st. Vriday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
a;ea p.m
7:00 PM
7:30 p.m.
7:00 p.m
744 p.m.
. ST. VINCENTS-Ralnhow Oty
Sunday Masaantt 4:30 a.m. and 440
Holy Day Masses; 440 a.m end S40
in.
confessions: 4:00 to j:oo .rt i,w tn
vatwnuanuam; t:ea a.m. en Sunday
t on vert Class every Monday at 740
acinous
Novena t 744 m
uesday.
acred Heart
iA'i-L,
tvovenai 7:00 pm. on
Holy Dav Mass: 50 a m
jonfesslonsi 4TM to 740 pat, an fat.
urday.
Csreehlsm Class
Xerhlsm Class- 4:00 p.m en Monday
OUR LADY OF OOOD COUNSaX
(iiSaMaMMl
Sunday Masses : 740 and 8:30 a.m.
limy Day Masses: 440 a.m. and 5:00
pm
Confewdooa Saturday at 740 p.m. and
after all evening devotions.
Baptisms by appointment
Miraculous Medal Mmaiii i nn
on t..may. w
jcreo Heart Novena. 7.00
Friday.
p m en
Sunday School t 3:M p.m. on Sunday,
. -"rfc Instruction Class for Chil.
QMH. 4.00 D-ITl on Thur-trtstv
Convert Irurtructions by appointment.

CHURCH NOTICES

Episcopal
The St. Ry B
S.TD
Vary Hev. Malnert i.
a.x.n.. Dean
AWCtra, cj
THE CA
SUNDAYS
7:30 a m Holy Communion.
9:15 a.m Church School I Holv Com
m union 3rd Sunday i
CM am. Santa Communion, 3rd Sun
Escuels Dominical ........ till i m
11 KM am Momma Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion let Sunday
riw p m cvenins rsu nn
WKDN S&DAYS
440 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pre Evenlna Prayer.,
HOLV DAYS
6:00 e an Holy Communion.
30 am Holy Communtori.
O AILT
8:14 a m. Morrdne Prayer.
110 Mlo-da Missionary Prayers.
cocou
Church at St. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest In Chares
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7 JO s.m
Family Prayer and
Church School 440 a.m
(Also Holy communion 2nd
Morning Prayer Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 0:00 a.m
COBOZAL
Chapel of She Good Shepherd
The Bev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest la Chares
FRIDAYS
4:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
OAMBOA
St. Simon's Chui.h
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
cnorai uucnansi ana
SUNDAYS
740 a m
Church School
3:00 p.m
Episcopal Young Churchmen
s:oo pm
7:00 p.m
Even;
ana sermon ...
MONDAY
TUESDAYS.
and FRIDAYS ,. i
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 4:00 am
Evening Prayer ,'........,', 740 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and ..
WEDNESDAYS THURSDAYS
Holy Communion ., law am
Morning prayer .......... 4:00 era
evening prayer ........... i:u pm
Office of Compline
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
The Bev, John Spear. Priest In Charge
morning rrayer ana cnurcn
School ,. 440 s.m
mon 10:30 em
Confirmation Class 9:30 a m
Chora) Eucharist and Ser-
-v J -'
Holy Baptism 12:00 neon
Evensona and Address 7:30 om
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 740 p.m
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion 1:00 s.m
PALO BECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest In Charge
THURSDAYS
440 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
SUNDAYS
740 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:44 a.m Morning Prayer and
Church School.
1144 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
fHURSDAYS am. HOLT DAYS
8:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
FA8AISO
The Rev; Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A Osborne,
vicar r.mertras
SUNDAYfc
4:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist & Sermon
9:30 am Infant Baptiam.
3,00 nm. Church School
thetd In Buildink. 131)
544 pm. Youth Fellowship
7 00 m. Evensona and Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i.ao pm woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
CAN AM A CITY
I Paul's Church
Hie Ven. Lemuel B Shirley, Rector
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
SuNEAVL .
6:00 am. Holy Coanmidtlon
9 00 a.m Sung Eucbarut 4t Sermon
10:45 a m Morning Praver and Church
acnooi i, i
U40 rHr Holy Ba
Saptlsm
Vesper
7:00 ti.no Solemn
l'UESDAVR
S:M a m Holy Communion
740 o m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
440 am Holy Communion
740 p.m. Evening Prayer
mURSyAYS AND FRIDAYS
4 a. Holv Communion
HOLY DAYS
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
, Episcopal
Collin H P
Th. iffiu
actet
mm anpant
t
SUNDAY
Olv CnmmiinlM
4:00 a.m.
4:J
30 a.m. Morntno Suv
:0fl a.m. Choral isu.haViu' e
10:40 ajn. Chureh School.
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong end Bar-
5.00 pm. Evening Prayer.
. WEDNESDAY
00 a.m. Holy Commitnion.
I SS Mornlni Frayer.
1:30 p.m. Evening prayer and Sermon
, M FRIDAY
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer
:00 ajn. Children's Eucharist
4:44 p.m. Kvenin. Prayer.
SATURDAY
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7 ;00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
S:0Q p.m. Evening prayer.
T no p.m. Compline and Meditation
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
. RIO ABAJO
. sjnritti
tonhar'a Chnrrh
10th Street. Pimm t ixmi
The Rev. Clarence W. Hayes,

AtURbAfs

440 pjn

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The lav. Clarence
SUNDAYS
s ou am awry communion.
7 :30 a.m Suns Eucharist and a rmnn
10:30 a m Morning Prayer and Church
sen ool
12:00 noon Holy Baptism
7:30 o.m let and 3rd. Woman's Auxl-
TUESDAYB
8:30 O.m Junior Daughters M the
7 JO p.m Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
8:00 am Holy Communion.
7 40 o.m. Evening Prayer and Religious
Instructions.
THURSDAYS
6:00 p.m. Girls Friendly Society.
SA'
430 am. Junior
Confirmation Class
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
448 Franglpanl St. Ancon C.Z.
Rev. Elmer O Nelson, faster
Box 297 Balboa. C.Z. Tel 2 2602
bunday School ............ 9:45 am
worship Service 10:45 a m
Youth .Service .M. ........ 4:45 pm
bvangeiiaiic service 7:30 p.m
Prayer Service. Wed, ... T 40 p.m
HILlnUI19 s
I Sunday: 9 am. Panama Wesley.
iu:30 a.m. Sunday School
7:15 pm. Evangelical Service
ana sermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paralso
10 am. Paralso Sunday School
" 1:15 pm. Paralso Evangtlicsl
Service.
CHURCH OFHE MAZABENB
Margarita School Gymnasium
ratter Ralph L." Hrsona
Write: Box 50f Margarita. C.Z.
Phone: 3-15
1583
Sunday School
9:44 am.
Morning Worship
Evening Service
11100 am
7:80 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
n
'anama R.P
Key a. N. Brawn. Minister
Sivine Worship :M am
unday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses ,, 7, 744 1146
Rio Abajo. R.P.
School
Sunday
3:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdaya at 7:30 pm. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Witt Memorial
406 Balboa Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAT MINTS (Mormon)
Chapel oil' Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 440 s.m
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 am.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6 KM o.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 940 am.
MIA: Wednesday 740 a.m.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Atlantic Branch
Building 200. Schoolhouss Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 am.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday U 40 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted COnrah"
Milton K. Leidig, Minister
Phone Res 83-7114 Of. 83-5105
Sunday School 440 a m.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11 40 a.m
Youth Fellowship ......... 4:40 p.m
r welling Worship ........ J 40 pm
FrayJrr and Praise (Wed.) 7;00 pm
A church nurSey In provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Holy Eucharist Sunday at (40 am
Tuesdays. Wed nesdavs and Tbursdavr
640 a.m. ...
Sacrament ot Unction mealing ser
ylce) First Sunday of each month a
740 om.
Rt Rev T jame D. O
officiating.
Morning devotion
6:00 a.m
11:00 a.m
3:00 p.m.
fellowship Worship
Sunday School
THE CHRIST ADF.I .PHI ANS
fanama District
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Morning Service 10 a.m
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Divine Service 7:30 o.m,
Visitors are welcome at an services
end classes.
BAH A 1'S CENTER
M First Street
UrbanlzaclOn' El Carmen. Panama City
informal Talks and Dtscuasione
Thursdays .8:00 pm
Colon. 8th A Front Streets
(upstairs American Bazaar)
Study Classes
.Thursdays, 1:30 p.m
BETHEL MISSION OTURCR
Eapalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev. Waldlba H Stewart, Pastor
Sunday; U:00 a.m. Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service
Monday; 7:34 Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday; 8:40 Choi, Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St, (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abajo
Bev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pan.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
TOM Eighth St.. Colon
MM. L. C. Donaldson, Fatter
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:40 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Momlng Worship 11:00 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:40 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rev. William Livingston, Faster
Sunday School 4:30 a.m
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a, m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near DiaMo school)
Bev. Csrl V. Thompson. Minister
ox 39. Dlab)0 Heights C.Z.
School 14:1
p service ll:
- - -t
7:
illitle Service T
tudy
y: ime w
fBd Prayer Btarfir
iaBJB.
Lutheran
RBDKBMKB LUTHEBAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Rettert F Cusslck, Fatter
Mr. Frederick S. liiirk. Vlcsr
P.O. Box 444. Balboa
Sunday SihooK Bible Class am.
Divine Service 10:15 a.m.
Hnlv Cnmmuntrtn SIm,
the month.
Atlantic Side
Our Saviour's tpl.rnpsl Chapel
Third Street and Melendei Ave.
SNew Cristobal
unday School, Bible Class 4 am.
Hvlne Service 14:15 a.m.

Sunday

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WadrTeadi

30 444.

Jewish
JeWHfl Welfare uoara
lid taa-X
Byca rloao Balboa. C.Z
kU M.lk.n
w ap u uecior.
Servic Friday
744 om. Saturday
3( o nf
iSee a 10 uitlnn nt .i.nri.k
uner "osts Bases and Station.!
Conereaanon K01 Shunib .... a
Olda Cubs and 36th Street Bella Vista
Psnain Cltv Serticea t oo pm
Christian Scientist
CHKlSllN ClANCa oMLStCBEk
ret Church 01 Christ scientist Ancoi
440 Ancon Bouievaro.
runaay 1140, yVednesda : Sm
Sunday fflebjoai 440
h"" HMtm cnatoaa
13th Street ttouvei Hiahwav
lunnav wnooi am
, neaneaoay t oo p m
Posts and Bases
rAtlHC UDa
FretaataM
FORT AMADOR
mwaay acnooi one
Morning Worship 10'ou
Church-time Nursery School... 1044
FORT CLAYTON
126 y (Building No.
MorBlni' WwrahJp' '. '. '. '. '. '. '.
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Sarvlca
Vouth Fellowship Sunday
9:0U
10:30
1:30
6:00
rORT KOBBE
Sunday School
Morning Worship
Evening Worship
Worship Service. Madden Wyt
Worship Service. Rio Halo ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier's raUbwshlp-Thurs. .
Officer's Christian Unlon-Thurt.
9;08
10:30
7:00
7:0U
4 at
6;00
7:00
8:08
AJUBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Adult Bible Class (NCO ciubi !
9:30
9:30
10:41
640
"orning Warship 9:30 it
luuui aenowsnip
U S. NAVAL STATION
Rodman
aunaay scoool
941,
Morning Worship ....
Holy Communion First
Of Month)
11:00
Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
mvnuna worsnip a.aii
(Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month).
Naval Radio Station, Summit...
CMkalU
6:00
FORT AMADOR
"any Man
Sunday Mattes 7:ob"i
Confessions. Saturday .. 6 30 a
Sunday t M 4
6:30
8:30
7 ::iu
8:25
ORT CLAYTON
uauy Matt
Sunday Masses 7 :45 "i
Confessions Saturday .. 6:30 &
6:4
9:00
4:00
l"ORT KOBBE
uauy Matt
Saturday Manet
Sunday Masses g:6o A
Monday Novena Devotions ...
ConfeseionsStturdty. 6:00 Jr
6:15
9:0(1
11:46
7:30
7:30
COROZAL
Sunday
10:39
atoROML AIR, FORCI BASE
, "Ci'V t4g9 , MiiMllllfliMii
Saturday Matt
Sunday Masses 7:44 I
Spanish , ,
Novena Services-Tuesday
Confessions-Saturday
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
4:00
T:00
12:09
7:00
7:01
7;0u
unoay
9:30
TORT KOBBE
Saturday -m
OSO-JWB. Balboa
Friday j ig
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday 4. no
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday jjgg
ATLANTIC B1DB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School Bldg. 3S3 00
Morning Worship j,0:go
rrayer s a uowsnip uidg. 253
Tuesday 1 m
K YBB Wednesday Post 'ha pel 6:38
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 7:39
FORT GULICK
Sunday School-
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesday
Ladles Chape) Guild. 1st Thurs.
9:30
10:43
6:30
7:30
1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 4:30
Horning Worship u:ou
Holy Communion First Sunday
ei' Month,
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Mast
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
FORT QULICK
Sunday Masses
7:00
9:30
6:00
8:4
4:30 and
9:30
uatiy Mass
Saturday Mass
Confessions (Sat.) 12:00
4:30
11:30
and
6:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coeo Sole
Daily Man j,,,
Saturday Mass
Sunday Mats
4:00
8:30
9:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mail H;3o
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ; mj
fircrk Orthodo
e
Greek Orthodox tervlcea are conduct.
ed at the Church of the Anuneletion.
Via Belicario Porras, Sao Francisco d
ia v.aieia, ranama city, k.p and at
the Church of St Anthony. Avenlda
lueienuez, colon, k.p., on jlternate Sun.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain
81-3114.
days at 9:30. For further Information.
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services In all churches
at follows:
SATUKDA Y I
Sahbatn School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4.84 p.m.
WEDNESDAY:
Bible Study
7:30 p.m.
and Frayet Service
facltte aide Faaa
Fattor W H. Waller-Tel
rjabo Verde. Ave. J. r da i. n...
No. 17 Chorrlllo Kt No. Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Nuevo 2 A St. between Sid and 4th
SUi -i-S10, Kbtlt uth No' M Satoa
and Frljoles.
Psstor O. O. Williams Tat. rLtaa
Pastor A. A. Grizzle Tel. 4108
gpanlsh Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Norberto Qulraa
Panam. Calle Darlen No. 4
Pedregal Nuevo Guararl
Atlantic Side
A. Jeffries-Tel.
Fattor
ColAn
G.
34 426L
Cristobal
Cristobal
BngUjuWlgth A Sollvar Av.
;Bnlh-lath A Bolivar Ave,
(iavilan Road-Tai. a-1444 8-3831

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, Ag guest speaker for the Worn
e'n'g Auxiliary 01 ,ne Margari.a U-
nion Church, Leonard Buiz of El
Volcan, Chiriqui, will be present
at thek meeiing Tuesday night at
7:30 p.m.
Butz has entitled his address
"In he Early Days." Arriving on
the Isthmus in 1904. the speaker
not only saw the rapid cnanges of
the construction days out has been
close to the situation ever since.
Mrs. J. W. Limkerriann will be
in charge of the aevotional while
Mrs. William Brooks and Mrs.
William Middlemas will act as
hos esses.
On Monday at 6:30 p.m., the
Men's Fellowship will meet for
tnear monthly supper meeting. The
men will gather in the education
building in the church where the
Women s Auxiliary will serve the
supper. Following the supper
there will be a program led by
the newly elec.ed chairman. Mr.
Harold I. Tinnin.
Tomorrow, the church will con
duct its regular worship services
at Coco Solo and Margarita. The
title of the pjis.or's sermon is "The
Rtallty of Immortality." Assisting
the pastor in .he ministry of hos
pltauty are Mr. and Mrs. Elwood
Compion at Coco Solo.
The Youth Fellowship will meet
Sunday night at 6:15 p.m. The
newly-elected officers for tne group
are president, William G. Hayes;
vice-president, Frank J. McLeod,
Jr.; secre ary, Marion V. Smith
and treasurer, Will 0. Limkemann
The church has established a
oonfirmtion class. The class
meets at 5 p.m. on .hunaays ana
is led by the pastor. The course
includes studies of the Bible.
Church history and Christian doc
trine. It is expected that tne course
of studies will run for the dura
tion of the school year.
CALVARY BAPTIST
Panama City
Worship services tomo' row at the
Calvary Bap'Jst Church at "N"
Street in San Miguel will be at 11
a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Louis A. Sealey, pas pastor
tor pastor of ihe Church, will be the
p-eacher at both Services, and he
has announced the following ser sermon
mon sermon topics for Sunday: at 11 a.m.
the topic is: "Where You Can Find
Him"; and 7:30 p.m. the tonic is:
"The Right Remedy For Your
Case,"
Sunday School will be at 9:30 a.
m., Training Union at 6 p.m. and
Youti Ckib at 5 p.m.
The five-day Week of Prayer for
missions in Panama will begin at
the Church on Monday at 8 p.m.
and will end on Friday.
There will be a different pro pro-S"am
S"am pro-S"am presentation each night.
The five, committee chairmen are:
J. Watkis, Monday night: B. Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Tuesday night; E. Cash,
Wednesday night chairman; e.
pugey, Thursday night chairman;
and C. Atherton, Friday night
chairman. Qur Theme is: "Look "Looking
ing "Looking Unto The Fields" John 4:35.
UNION CHURCH
Gam boa
The Rev. Louis M. Fiske, prin principal
cipal principal of the Ins ituto Pan Ameri Americano,
cano, Americano, will occupy the pulpit of
Gamboa Union Church tomorrow
morning.
The service opens at 10:40 a.m.
The Rev. Fiske will have charge
of the service in the absence of
the Rev. WalVnr "'"''"v w'
will conduct Morning Worship and
give the message at Gatun Union
Church.
In announcing the service for
the two succeeding Sunday morn mornings.
ings. mornings. On Sep'. 28, Promotion Day
will be observed with appropriate
exercises at the hour of Morning
worship, beginning at 10:40. Par Parents
ents Parents of children in the Sundav
School are especially invited. On
Oct. 5 the congregation will ioin
with thousands of other worship worshiping
ing worshiping groups in the world-wide com communion
munion communion 8e.rvic4.
PROTESTANT CHURCH
Curundu
Tomorrow tr Curundu Protes
tant Church will fnvite old timers,
new timers and everyone to join
in their services. Last week saw
an Increase in Sunday Schoo'. The
Church is looking for 200 in Sun Sunday
day Sunday School this Sunday.
At 11 o'clock the pastor will del deliver
iver deliver the fifth message in the life
of Abraham. The message is bas based
ed based on Genesis 13 and entitled "Lot
Departs From Abraham." The
choir will sing "For God So Lov Loved
ed Loved The World" under the direction
of Mrs. Harold Adolph.
The Youth Fellowships will meet
at 6 p.m. in their respectivn de departments.
partments. departments. The Evening Gospel
Hour begins at 7 p.m. with good
congregational singing. The mes message
sage message is "The Dead and the Dwar Dwarfed."
fed." Dwarfed." Other activities of the week
are: Monday, 7 p.m. will be the
Spanish Bible Class. The" teacher
training course for Sunday School
teachers and workeri will also
meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday, 9
p.m. the Women's Bible Class will
meet in the home of Mrs. Otis
Baron of Curundu Heightg, 654B.
At 7 p.m. the church rnrns to together
gether together for prayer and Bible stu-
Sea Gulls Engage
In Aerial Fracas
With BOAC Plane
LONDON (UPI) -A British,
Overaeag Airway Corp. Britannia
with 35 persona aboard landed at
London Airport Friday with a
damaged nose and wings and
dented engine cowling caused by
flying Into a flock of more than
100 sea gulls.
The collision out the airliner's
nose radar system out of action
soon after n took off from Mon Montreal,
treal, Montreal, i he dents is the noae were
more than a foot wide and aev-'
erai inches deep.
Stewardess Phyllis Lannine
said "it W44 all a bit frightening
-just lik. ghrapneU, $

dy. The chapter for gtudy is II
Thegsalonians 2.
At 8 O.m. Wednesday as chnir

rehearsal. Thursday at 7:45 p.m.
tner wome:. s emie class win
meet in the home of Mrs. Philip
Steers, 203 Ancon. On Friday at ti
p.m. the church will eather fnr
the monthly Family Fe'lowshir
supper, ine menu is pot luck.
Bread and beverages will be fur
nished by the church.
The Rev. Ephriam Alphonse.
pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist
Church in Panama, will bp""
slides on the 26 years he spent with
the Valiante Indians in Bocas del
Toro.
ST. PETER'S
La Boca
Tomorrow being the feast of St.
Matthew, annstln anri puanan ici
the Eucharist at St. Pete r's
Church in L Boca vvil' mark the
observance of this feast day.
u win ne a cnorai v'nn
starting 10:30 a.m., and the Rev.
John SDear. nnVst in -har ,iii
officiate and deliver the sermon.
me service or hnv rnmtnunjn"
will be said at Pedro Miguel 9:30
Friday morhinff hv th nHpet
special intentions "for the confra
ternity ot the rhr!'tsn H'f. wh'io
evensong is scheduled there for
the fourth Sunday of this month
at 7 p.m.
ST. PAUL'S
Panama Cly
The members of the Woman's
Auxiliprv Grnun No. 1 wi'l oh oh-serve
serve oh-serve their 37th Anniversarv at
the 9 o'clock tfiiplwist tnmorrmv
Feast of St. Matthew Apostle
member'; of the Flour de T 's So Society
ciety Society will also observe their an anniversary.
niversary. anniversary. The arlin: will all join
in corporate communion.
Other serv'Vi": fnr the day wil'
be: 6 a.m.. Holv Communion; 10: 10:-45
45 10:-45 a.m. Morninu Prsver a n H
Church School Noon, baptism, 7
p.m. Vespers anH sermon.
The Kev. Carlton 0. Morales
will officiate at all services.

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CHURCH
TIME
Vocation are over, school
has opened, church belli
are calling.
Every member of the fanv
it y ir urgently invited to
attend these service!.

Providing; That Means Spiritual Growth For You
8:20 10:40 MORNING WORSHIP
"PUT TOUR HOUSE IN ORDER"
A message for the family taken from the life of
Hezekiah.
Children's Chapel at 10:40 service
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
In every class to every age the Bible is presented as
100 true, the only source of spiritual instruction,
and then applied in the light of modern conditions.
Organizing' Sunday Aiming at Rally Day
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Making use of what you know by practical application
in Christian living and training is the end result
of Bible study. :
7:30 Youth Department Musical Program
Quartet Girls trio Trumpet trio Choir
Message "Satan's Four Stumbling Stones"
Rev. Elton Vickers

EVERYONE INVITED

ITT

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ijujji .1 ir.aj.Bv.rrairaiiii lira 1 si r in

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9:30 SUNDAV SCHOOI

The purpose of our S.S. is to roach them, teach them, win
them, train them, enlist them. We Invite you to a Bible
centered, Christ honoring, spirit filled class. Our teaching
is aimed at the heart, head, and habit. Four more in S.S.
last week would have been a new record 1 Help us go
over 200 Sunday. We depend on you.
1 1 :00-"LOT DEPARTS FROM ABRAHAM"
Massage to give clear Biblical direction for Christian liv living.
ing. living. Worship together as a family. You will find, a friend friendly
ly friendly welcome among our people. Get started today do not
CltMfty e
6:00 JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 "THE DEAD AND THE DWARFED"
Are you defeated in your life. Problem but no answenl
and l0St? KTt y0u Krow1 10 your
"Where Believers Unite In Christ and the Gospel"
NURSERY MISSIONARY EVANGELICAL

Ex-Republican Gov,

Ue-MAr IfseMiil ssaaJ'r
wiyvj lillVFT IlillW j
Defeat At Pools
WASHINGTON (UPI)-A formsf
Republican Gov. of Kansas yester
iiiii-i aaaw asai at m
day urged defeat of candidates
of ei her party who favor right-to
work laws, a key plank in th
campaign of GOP Sen. William t,
Knowland for the California got
ernorship.
The former governor, f red Hall,
stated his portion at a news con
ference at which it was announcer!
that he is one of six members
chosen so far for the Execu iv
Board of the National Council for
Industrial Peace.
"I think it is a mistake for eitlt
er party to nominate or elect can candidates
didates candidates who support right-to-worfc
laws," Hall said.
Hall, asked whe her he would ia
effect be cpni"a"'mng ag'nt
Knowland, replied he wai not
singling out a n y b o dy." He if
scneauien to speax at rato Alio,
Calif., Oct. 19.
The U.S. Ch mber of Com
merce, meanwhile, urged Ameri American
can American businessmen to "get into'poli into'poli-tics"
tics" into'poli-tics" if they want to match the po political
litical political powjr of unions. t
The chambe said it will proVlds
informa'ion kits to businessmen ja
stales where right-to-work law ref
erendums are on the NovBmbef
ballot. It escribed the referen
dums as an "effort to eliminptB
compulsory union membership.1 f
The National Council For Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Peace was set up recently
with Mrs. Eleanor Roosevel, pnd
former Sen. Herbert H. Lehmail
tu-iN.it. i as co-cnairmen to co rn
bat adoption of state right-tq-wori
laws.
The issue is on referendum bal?
lots of six states in the !fMH
elections. Such laws would prohilfit
union cont'-ac's which require
employe to be a union member o
hold a job.
It was anniunced that Hall wfll
make a speaking tour which wfl
take him into five of 'he six .gtstfS
and Indiana, which alreadv has S-right-to-work
law. The others art
Ohio, Colorado. Kansas, California,
Idaho and ashington.
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(JUST ACUOSS FROM BALBOA R.R. STATION)
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Elton r Victors, Ass't Pastor
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THE PANAMA AMERICA AN IN DEFER DENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 195j
Newcombe Delay, Braves' Victory Party
TV

Friend,

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Eisenhower To Witness Start
Of Americas Cup Sail Series

By JACK V. FOX

NEWPORT, R.I., Sept. 20

'(UPD The American yacht Co

ilumbia finds out today If it Is
She gem of the ocean or

whether the Royal Sceptre can
itake away the cup held by Yan Yankee
kee Yankee boats for more than a cen century.
tury. century. j Today Is the opening of the
America's Cup races.
On the rough water outside
Newport harbor, two 70-foot
craft will sail the world series of
sailboat racing. Like the seder,
the first one that takes four
races wins.

; On the day of the races, the
odds were shortening that Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia would run away with
tr's race which began back in
1851 when the schooner Ameri America
ca America captured a $500 silver cup
that has cost Britain 20 million
do'lars trying In vain to recover.
Here is how the race will be
run:
., It is scheduled to start at 12: 12:-10
10 12:-10 p.m. It will end sometime a a-round
round a-round 4 o'clock.
'. The boats sail a course of 24
miles. Actually they will go
i much farther. There are four
i six-mile stretches two into
! the Wind and two with it. On
the first, they will angle back
and forth. On the downwind
course, they will coast like
sleds on snow.
President E i s e n hower will
Watch the start but, like most

Americans, he doesn't know what

this is all about.

Time has nothing to do with

winning. If the wind is strong

the time will be short. If there
is little breeze, the race may ex

tend to the time limit of five-

and-one-half-hours. The Coast

Guard has 24 small boats to
keep away the spectator craft
that in years have caused fu furious
rious furious controversies about the
outcome.
The only British competitor
ever to be taken to America's
heart was Sir Thomas Llpton,
who never won a match but sold
more tea than could have been
dunked at a thousand Boston
tea parties.

pletely opposite types as skip-Gordon had other ideas Gordon,
tir Inrf Mm mpr I who sld earlier he believed the
pers and helmsmen. firphWiw h mental

block which prevents him from

thing in the water to make us

iosev
"Yes," said Sir Thomas. "Bet "Better
ter "Better boats."
Herb Score Denies
'Menial Problem'
With Pitching Arm
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UPD (UPD-Southpaw
Southpaw (UPD-Southpaw Herb Score of the
Cleveland Indians denied today he

has a "mental problem with his

arm and said he is ready to pitch
whenever he is called on.
But Cleveland manager Joe

"cutting loose, said Score will

On the British boat is a com

mander of the Royal Navy,

oranam Mann, a yuuuiiui see no more action this season

spiruea union wnu is amuin
master to the Queen" and com companion
panion companion of Prince Philip.

Columbia's skipper is Briggs
Cunningham, golfer, sports
car racer and yachtsman,
whose wealth is such that he
has furnished a mansion for
Columbia's 11-man crew.
The winner of the first race
certainly is not the winner of
the series.
But it may give an answer t)
the question that a British lady,
put to Sir Thomas Lipton.
"Do the Americans put some-

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GEORGE

MONTGOMERY

Toughest Gun in Tombstone

The 25-year old hurler has been

idled most of the last two sea seasons,
sons, seasons, first by an eye injury and
recently by elbow trouble.
"I'm not worrying about my
arm and I'm willing to pitch any
time," Score insisted.
"I know Herb wants to pitch,"
Gordon said. "But I still feel he's

worrying about his arm without

realizing it, possibly tightening up
a little or changing his delivery.
I think it's very possble he sub subconsciously
consciously subconsciously fears a re-injury."
Score won 20 and lost nine in

1956 his last full season ot ac

livity. This year he has a 2-3 won-

lost record and a 3.73 earned run

average in 41 innings pucned.

Sports Briefs

SPORTS BRIEFS
COMPETE IN WALKING RACE
LOS ANGELES 'TTPn
mo Weller, the Argentine cham champion,
pion, champion, and Wlademui uidiiu oi
Sweden will be among tho e com competing
peting competing Sunday in the 30-kilnrr.pter
national walking championship.
A field of 10 is expected to take
part in the AAU-sponsored event.

WRESTLER DIES
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)

Harry (Tiny) Jacobs, 48, well well-known
known well-known West Coast professional
wrestler, died Thursday after a
three-month illness.

TODAY -ENCANTO-35

Double in Cinemascope!

nnn Murrav in
"MAN HUNT"
Joanne Woodward in

"NO DOWN PAYMENT'

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Number

Braves Maqic

Still Two; Can Clinch
NL Championship Today

By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 20 (UPI) Don't invite
Bob Friend and the Milwaukee Braves to the same

victory party.

TONIGHT
AT
11:00 P.M.

MIDNIGHT SHOW!
JOHN PAYNE in
"THE BOSS"

Friend made sure there would

be no such party for the Braves

last night when he scored nls
22nd victory by pitching the Pi

rates to a 42 triumph over the

Philadelphia Phillies.
The Braves could have assur

ed themselves at least a tie for

the National League pennant if
they had beaten the Redlegs. In Instead,
stead, Instead, big Don Newcombe de defeated
feated defeated them, 7-1, and left their
"magic number" at two.
So, the Braves will try. again
today, sending Lew Burdette,
the man who figured In their
pennant-clincher last year, a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the Redlegs. A victory to today
day today will guarantee the Braves a
pennant tie; a Milwaukee victo victory,
ry, victory, coupled with a Pittsburgh
defeat, will enable the Braves to
break open the champagne in
celebration of their second
straight N.L. flag.
Friend limited the Phillies to
five hits and recorded his 6th
straight victory last night as
he became Pittsburgh's big biggest
gest biggest winner since Burleigh
Grimes won 25 for the Buc Buccaneers
caneers Buccaneers in 1928.
Newcombe held the Braves to
eight hits in fashioning his sev-

entn victory witn the aid or a
homer, triple and double by

Jerry Lynch. That gave the Red

legs only their fourth victory in

17 games with the Braves this

year. Carlton Willey was the los
er.

San Francisco handed St.
Louis an 8-1 trouncing while the
Los Angeles Dodgers took over
sixth place with a 5-1 win over
Chicago in the other N.L. games.
Baltimore rallied for five runs

in the ninth inning to beat the
American League c h a m pion
Yankees, 54; Boston blanked
Washington, 2-0; Kansas City
edged Chicago, 7-8, and Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland defeated Detroit, 2-1.
Junk-baller fitu Miller Of the
Giants stopped the Cards on
five hits while San Francisco
collected 15, Including three a a-plece
plece a-plece by Willie Mays and Orlan Orlando
do Orlando Cepeda. Mays, who also stole

three bases, raised his hatting

average to .338 and is now tied
for second place with. Stan Mu Mu-sial,
sial, Mu-sial, both of whom are only two

Shadow Wave Wins Brown Jug
To Muddle Pacing Championship

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TOGETHER!

IN ALL THE
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UNLEASHED!

Doints behind leader Richie

Ashburn o f the Phils.

Home runs by Ron -Fairly and
Don Demeter helped Dodger
rookie Ralph Mauriello score his
first majo rleague victory at the
expense of the Cubs. Mauriello
yielded only five hits until he

tire in the eighth and required

relief from Johnny podres.
johnny Briggs was the loser.

Ex-Yankee Gene Woodllng
came through with a two-run
pinch single off Ryne Duren to
can Baltimore's five-run rally.

The uDrisine started when Mick

ey Mantle dropped Joe Taylor's
fly ball for a two-base error and
Gus Triandos followed with his

2fth honier. Lefty Lou Sleater

was credited with his first vic

tory of the season In relief.
Despite the loss, there was
some consolation for the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees In the fact that south southpaw
paw southpaw Whltey Ford, being
counted on for a starting as assignment
signment assignment in the World Series,
pitched seven scoreless innings
and gave up only five hits.
Tom Brewer spun a five-hit
ter over ihe Senators In re

cording his 12th victory. Loser
Camilo Pascual struck out 10 and

yielded only four hits, two of
them by Pete Runnels, who
boosted, his league-leading av average
erage average to .321, five points high

er than Ted Williams:

Nellie Fox' error with two out

lr the. ninth gave the A's their
"ictory over the White Sox. Chl Chl-co
co Chl-co Carrasquel singled for KC
with two out, In the ninth and
took third on Harry Chitl's sin single.
gle. single. Fox then dropped Joe De De-maestrl's
maestrl's De-maestrl's pop fly, enabling Car Carrasquel
rasquel Carrasquel to score the winning
run. Dick Tomanek was the win winner.
ner. winner. Hector Lopez and Al Smith
each hit homers.
Cleveland utilized only, four
singles to beat Detroit. Paul
Foytack set the stage for his
own defeat when he walked
Mickey Vernon to open the 8th.
A sacrifice and a single by Lar

ry Doby produced the deciding
run. Harvey Kuenn homered for
th? Tigers' only run. Cal McLish

registered his 16th victory with
relief from Jim (Mudcat) Grant
in the eighth.

ly HASKELL SHORT
DELAWARE, Ohio (UPI) The
race for the 3-year-old pacing
championship was all mixed up
today with a bright new con contender
tender contender in Shadow Wave.
The California beauty won the

coveted Little Brown Jug in

straight heats Thursday in the

excellent time of 2:01 to stamp

himself as a leading contender
for 3 year-old pacing honors of

the year.
Bye Bye Byrd, owned by Mr.
and Mrs. Rex Larkins of Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, Ky., and Chicago, appeared
headed for the 3-year-old cham championship
pionship championship until he ran into crafty
Joe O'Brien and Shadow Wave.

Shadow Wave, the third choice

in the Jug betting, Won $36,541 ia
taking, first place honors for the
S. A. Camp Farm of Shatter

Calif. It was the fifth fastest Jug

in the 13-year history of the

classic and only a second off the
Jug and world record of 2:00
held by Tar Heel.
Bye Bye Byrd had set a world
record of 1:57 4-5 on a mile track
and had won 14 of 19 races this
year to be rated the top 3-year-old
of the season.
On the half mile Delaware
track, the traditional distance for
Grand Circuit racers, he found
the turns too close and the
stretches too short for him to
burst out with his blazing speed
and he never had a chance.
Shadow Wave moved to the rail
at the start of the first heat and
was never headed. He was
pressed all the way by O'Brien

Hanover from the Del Miller

Stable until they entered the
stretch, when Thorpe Hanover,
driven by Miller, came charging
up from the outside. Shadow
Wave yielded only a little and
won by two and a half lengths.
The second heat was all Shadow
Wave's too. He started on the
rail and led nearly all the way.
He won the heat by a length and
a half, again beating Thome

Hanover with Meadow Bucky
third.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE

W L Pet. OB
88 60 .595
83 65 .541
74 71 .117 11
75 74 .503 13V4
70 77 .474 17V
41 n .443 19Va
47 80 .454 20
41 14 .424 24Vi

Milwaukee

Pittsburgh

Sen Francisco

Cincinnati

St. Louis

Los Angeles

Chicago

Philadelphia

New York

Chicago

Detroit
Cleveland

Boston
Kesn City
Baltimore

Washington

Today';

h at Philadelphia

' Games

Pittsburgh

Los Angeles at Chicago

Milwaukee at Cincinnati
San Francisco at St. Louis

Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)

Pittsburgh 010 003 0004 7 (
T"l 1 J 1 J. 11!

ruuaueipma uvu uoo ZOO 2 5 ;
Friend (22-13) and Foiles.
Cardwell (2-5), FarrettV Eriik
son and Hegan.

Los Angeles
Chicago

ioo mm-&m
000 00O 010-1 '7

Mauriello. (1-0), Podres and

noseooro.

Briggs (5-5), Phillips, Elston

ana nreeman.
(Night Game)""

Milwaukee 001 000 000 1 8 1

Cincinnati 000 211 30x 7 10 1

Willey (9-6), Pizarro and Grand

all. I

Newcombe (7-13) and Burgess.
(Night Game)
San Francisco 000 112 0048 15 J

St. Louis 000 ooo looi 5 2

Miller (6-8) and Schmidt

LEADING
HITTERS

(Baud on 375 official at bits)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

G AB i H Pet.
Ashburn, Phil. 145 585 88 199 .340
Mays, S.F. 145 571 112 193 .338
Musial, S.L. 128 444 62 150 .338
Aaron, Mil. 147 583 109 194 .333
Skinner, Pitt. 138 502 89 163 .325
Cepeda, S.F. 141 574 84 183 .319
Banks, Chic. 147 586 116 185 .316
Lvnch, Cin. 117 40? 56 12R .313
Boyer, S.L. 143 543 95 167 .308

Temple, Cin. 141 542 87 164 .306

AMERICAN LEAGUf a

It 58 .605
71 48 .534 lOVi
73 72 .503 15
72 73 .tit 14
72 74 .43 IftVfa
n 77 .474 It

41 77 40 20

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Cleveland at TMMtt- s

New York at BalMmttfra

Washington at Boston 4

Chicago t Kansas Cjty- W)
. Yesterday's Raiill .1
Cleveland 010 otn mmm-. i

Sitx-oit 000 100 0001 f A

WEfMth (164), Grant and Nixon.
Foytack (13-13) and Wilson. f

(Night Game
New York 220 000 000-4 11 X
Baltimore ooo ooo 005-5 n

rord, Drtnur (M), 'Dupen and
Berra. ''-?
Pojrtocamro, Lehman, Sleater
(1-0) 'and Triandos: Tr
(Night Game)
Washington 000 000 flnon I i

Boston 001 001 OOx 2 4 1

Pascuel (8-11) and ONirtney,
Korcheck.
Brewer (12-11) and White.
(Night Game)
Chicago 002 O04 OfW- r t
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Missouri, Texas, UCLA,
Penn State Favorites

n Intersectional Games

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Runnels, Bos. 139 533 92 171 .321

Kuenn, Det. 130 525 69 166 .316
Williams, Bos. 121 386 73 122 .316

Power.' Clev. 137 558 94 175 .314

Cerv, K.C. 134 490 92 154 .314

BOVd, Batt. 117 377 56 117 .310

Kaline, Det. 138 514 81 158 -309

Siebern, N.Y. 127 436 77 133 .305

Minoso, Clev. 141 529 88 161 .304

Goodman, Chi. 110 404 41 122 .302

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Texas, UCLA and Penn State

weree stablished the favorites yes

terday by the oddsmakers to win
four of the big intersectional
games on today's firs college

football week end involving ma

jor teams.

Missouri was made a sum l-
point pick over Vanderbilt for the

nationally televised game-of the

week to be -played at toiumma,
Mo.

In the other intersectional head

liners, Texas was picked by 7

over Georgia for their nignt game
at Austin, Tex.; UCLA ws 7 over

P ttsburah at "Los Angeles, ana

Penn State was 13 over Nebraska

at Lincoln, Neb.
Kansas State was favored by 6
... 1 K1 1 II ...

over Wyoming ai mannauau,
Kans.; Oklahoma State by 7 over

Denver in a regionally televisd

earn at uenver. mho.: xexas

CMr st an bv 7 over Kansas ai

Lawrence, Kans.; and Rice by 6
over Louisiana State at Houston.

Tex. (night), in other intersection

si PamM.

Here are the point spreads on

other major week end games:
South: Duke 1 over South Caro
lina; Georgia Tech 6 over Ken

tuckv: Maryland 8 over Wake

Forest; Florida 10 over Tulane;

North Carolina 13 over North
Carolina State; Florida State 14

over Furman; Clemson 21 over
Virginia: West Virginia 21 over

Richmond.

Midwest: Cincinnati 7 over Day

ton; Xavier 14 over Kent State

Southwest: Arkansas and my

lor, even; Texas A and M 7 over

Texas Tech; Tulsa 7 over Har
din-Simmons.

Pacific Coast: California R over

College of Pacific; Washington

State 8 over Stanford; Uregoa 13

over Idaho; Wshington 15 over

San Jone.

The Reds and the Whites had at
it Friday night at Balboa Stadium

to get the 1958 football season

started with ah exciting 19 to 19

deadlock. This Was the annual tn-

terquad football game staged by

the Balboa Bulldogs

time when many of the boys who

will do the majority of the playing

for the Bulldogs are determined.

ine Ked team was tne nrst to

get on the score hoard whet Joe
Reynolds, with some fine slight Of
hand first, tossed an 8 yard pass
to Charlie Franch. French turned
on his speed to 'outrun the defe

for a total gain of 42T yrds and

6 points. They were unable to add
the point but the quarter with a
6 to 0 lead.

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Robinson, Redlegs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves

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

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Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson, Phils
Mays,' Giants
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Trio Of Veterans

Lead Hesperia Open
HESPERIA, Calif. (UPI) A

iii-in nl vploran Dros. led by M-

year-old Jerry Barber, neaacn
the pack today in the second
round of the 72-hole $17,000 Hes Hesperia
peria Hesperia Open golf tournament.
Barber carded a record-sht-tering
nine under psr fi3
Thursday in the first round,
swealing out 100 degree heat.
He nosed out 34-year-old Dick
Mayer, the 1957 National Open
champion who has won hardly a
dime on the pro tour this year.
Mayer turned in a -31-33 64.
The third veteran to get up
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Durn Says He Has
Had 1st And Last

Drink Oi Champagne

NEW YORK (UPI) Ryne

Duren says thanks, but no more

champagne for him.
In his first public comment to

day since his celebrated Sunday
skirmish with coach Ralph Houk,
the Yankee relief ace said the

entire episode may have stemmed

from his initial experience wun
champagne.
"I never had any before be because
cause because I never had anything really
special to celebrate," Duren de declared.
clared. declared. "But I sure found out it
packs a much stronger punch than
beer."

The Duren Houk incident took
place as the Yankees were cele

brating i heir pennant clinching

on a train taking them from
Kansas City to Detroit.
"It all started when I grabbed
a cigar from Ralph," Duren said.
"He reached back at me and his
ring scratched me. There really
wasn't any fight. Ralph is the
last person on the bull club I'd
ever be mad enough at to I ght.
"He managed me at D. tver
last year and I consider hit., one
of my best friends."

"47
35
30
30
29

41
38
38
37
34

126
109
94
93
92

116
106
104
101
90

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

LEADING
PITCHERS

(Based en 15 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.

Spahn, Braves 20 11 .645

Burdette. Braves 18 10 .643

Purkey, Redlegs 17 10 .630

Friend. Pirates 22 13

Hobble, Cubs 10 6 .625

Rush, Braves io 6 .625
AMERICAN LEAGUE

Turley, Yankees 21 7 .750

McLish, Indians is 7 .696
Ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Pierce, White Sox 17 10 .630
Delock, Red Sox 12 8 .600

Football Results

OPEN EXHIBITION SEASON
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (UPI)
The New York Rangers open

their exhibition scheduled tonight
against their Buffalo farm club

of the American Hockey League.

Detrotlt 21, Geo. Washington
Catawba 22, Davidson 17

Chattanooga 55, Jacksonville

(AIm.) 19

Kansas Wesleyan SO, Nebraska

Wesleyan 15
McPherson 44, St. Mary 13

Mlnot Tchrs. 1, North Dakota

N and I 19
St. Thomas 36, Hamllne
Baker v. 6, Southwestern (Kan.

When the White team got the
ball in the second quarter, Tim
Days replaced Gary Ness at quart quarterback,
erback, quarterback, with Ness moving into his
accustomed halfback spot. With
Ness and Phil Cage doing most

of the leg work the White started

to move.

They went from their own 35

down to the Red 4 where they
were held for downs: On their
first play, however, the Reds

fumbled, with Cage recovering for
the Whites. In 2 plays Cage had 6

points on a powerful blast off the
right side. Young Woody French

was swamped under oh the try so

the score stood at 6 all.

With less than 4 minutes to go

in the half, Reynolds dropped back

and let fly with a yard toss that

Dave Adams made a great catch

of on the yard line. He had no
trouble moving into the end zone
as defender Herm Wilkinson ap

peared to be swatting at some in

sects. French s kick was blocked

and the half ended with the Reds

in front 12-6.

The third stanza went scorless,

but in the final period,, the boys

really broke loose. The White

team took over on their own 300
with Phil Cage in the quarterback quarterback-ing
ing quarterback-ing roll. This young man really

showed some poise and good foot

ball now. He passed well, ran

when he couldn't pass, and used
his backs well. During this drive
Gary Ness began to snow the run running
ning running power that made him such
a threat last year. Combined with
Cage, it was too much for the
Reds, with Ness going the final
4 yards for the tieing points. The
PAT failed.
Next came perhaps the finest

play of the game. Jo Heynblds.

moved back into tne iteas quarter quarter-backing
backing quarter-backing job after Charlie French
had tried it for the entire third

miarfir. On the first olav after the

kickoff, Reynolds narrowly escap
ed from being tossed for a loss,
nicched out to flying Charlie

v. .

French, who showed some of tne
niftiest broken field running since

the days of the great Jimmy May
to step 62 yard for a Tee Dee.

r rlie had blockers in front of

him and he used them to perfec

lion, dusi lu oreaK me mouoiunyk
Reynolds carried for the added

points, putting the Reds in front

19-12.

Both these scores had come with

1'

less than 5 minutes of olav left.

arid most of -the mtmm'MA rmwH

fjhreti lius was ft.' tW failed to u
reckon with young fellow fresh
from the wide open spaces known
as Texas. Phil. rM H tnnt th.

ti Z1 itL. ,'. "V? V? ..T

it. as aisu tucmcKon, na wasn't sto

tn

Larry Self knocked him off stride
on the Rett's 5 yard line. On the
second play from scrimmage.
Ness blasted his way into end-

zone. On a nice bit of play calling
by Woody French, Ness tied it up

with a cross to! Mftside for
the 19th point.

As, tne iaijBs&BHito

liter the White team was well on

res way to anotner score after re-.
cover ning Mike Kelly's misguided

lateral. W-v U-W

This was probably one of best Red

White games in several years. Na Naturally
turally Naturally the boys look spotty in se

veral departments, but with two

weeks to work headman Ross An

derson and -aide Larry Horine

should field a pretty formidable

outfit. .-. : !-;:t'v . ) i

There is the makings of one of

the finest backfield units every to

appear locally. Gary Ness and

Charlie French leave little or noth

ing to be-desired at the halfbacks
spots. Newcomer Phil Cage can go
a fullback, and mighte ven get the
call -over very capable Joe Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds at quarterback. Off Friday's
game, he is surely the better pas passer
ser passer of the twp.
Another boy who elmost has to
be figured in the backfield some
place is Dick Scott. He was the
best blocker on the field Friday
a hard runner, and rugged defen defensively.
sively. defensively. Bob Ratkgeber was the
best defensive halfback; on the
field, stopping both, pastes and
runs with plenty of authority.
It 5 is up in front that -the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs might find .their big trouble
for the 1958 season. Ends and tack tackles
les tackles did well, all things consider considered.
ed. considered. Jon Snodgraas 'showed flash

es of fine play, and anotner new

boy, Larry Self, is going to M

tough to keep off the starting 11

if he continues lo improve.

Dave Adams, Tom Cunningham,

and Doug Pajak all looked cap capable
able capable at end. In the center of fin

lettorman, Tony Womble, was

strong offensively, but the guard
are going to need some improve improvement
ment improvement to keep tit opposition M
check. T"

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN fiTOZrVZT.i: VAlLZ T.XTTSrAFE
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PREPARING TO MEET THE BRITISH Briggs Cunningham
yacht Columbia, and Fred Lawton, sailing masver, discuss plans
rests on the ways at Newport, R.l. The Columbia will meet the,
fp America's Cup on September 20.

Fraley's Follies And First
Weekend Football 'Winners'

By OSCAR P HALEY
NE YORK (UPI) Fraley's
Follies and the iirst edi ion of
the weekend football "winners
us a few reflections on puus
general.
Game Of The Week
UCLA over Pitt: Pitt has been
building and this should provide
a barometer on the calibre of
Eas.-West football. Just to sound
like an expert, from here it looks
will
it line uieavei uvt
the Panthers in a
close one.
The Bast
Soston- College over-Scran on:
Pigeon .racing-leaves me cold.
ViUanova over West Chester:
la box8 4t would be a mismatch.

Jlassachuset's over Maine: land Texas Western over North
liked those old time racdon coats. Texas Slate.
rnni.rticut over Springfield: :- -f

Bagpipe musk really end me.
Tha South v
Duke over South Carolina: vSon vSon-ja
ja vSon-ja Henie Wa the best skater I
ver saw. &
Florida over T:IWek

iofl hocke
i.eorgia ieuu w M""-;
Kentucky:
lfa jurmismg more specttTOrs
North Carolina over North- Caro Carolina
lina Carolina State: First chapter of "Jin
Tatum'i Revenge."
Alio: Clemsoh over Virginia,
W Virginia over Richmond
Mississippi over Memphis State,
Florida State over Purman, Cita Citadel
del Citadel over Newberry, VMI over
Morehead and West Texas State
over YPI-
The Midwest
TOT wer Kansas: Women
weight lifters are poor dish dishwashing
washing dishwashing risks.
Penn State over Nebraska: Ben
Hur couldn't have carried Eddie
Arcaro s bat.
Missouri imrer Vanderbilt: I'm
gonna bring back spats for
covering football games.
Kansas State over Wyoming:
Lew Burdette still ooks like a
World Series winner to me.
Also: Marquette over South Da Dakota
kota Dakota State, Iowa State over
Drake, Detroit over George Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Cincinnati over Dayton
and Bowling Green over Wichita.
The West
Southern Cal over Oregon State:
The: blueplste special.

ankles never made, a good hockey MONTREAL (UPI) Tom La La-player,
player, La-player, sards, who capped an 18 6 season

aren't mj

Maryla)

I aaa ''' ''
m

7

California ovjer COP: After all,
it's your money.
Washington Slate over Stan Stanford:
ford: Stanford: Surf boarding is liquid rou roulette
lette roulette if you can't swim.
Oregon over Idaho: Like Colum Columbia
bia Columbia over the Sceptre.
Also: 'Washing on over San Jose
State, Oklahoma ; State over Den Denver,
ver, Denver, Arizona over Utah S.a.e and
Utah over Montana.
The Southwest
Arkansas ,over. Baylor: I give
up on Sam Snead winning the
Open.
Texas over Georgia: No base baseball
ball baseball game is complete if I don't
eat two sacks of peanu s.
LSU over Rice: College football
players should get paid a decent
salary.

, Also:' Texas Aggies over Texas
ITech, Hardin Simmons over Tulla
Lasorda Named
Most Valuable
: IX. Pitcher
lor uie Montreal noyais dji
Winmng two games ln the semi-
tne in'ernational League's
most
valuable pitcher for 1958.
The voting, conducted by the
league Baseball Writers Associa Association,
tion, Association, gave Lasorda 17 of the 34
first place ballots and a total
of 249 points.
Bob Tiefenauer, ace. relief pitch pitcher
er pitcher of the Toronto Maple Leafs,
placed a close cond in lite
voting, attracting 14 first place
votes and a 240 total.
Hartack Rides
2,000th Winner
MAYSL LANDING, N. J. (UPI)
At the rate he is traveling,
William John Hartack Jr., who
hates to be called "Willie," is
cinch to continue re writing
racing's record books.
Willie, the -nation's leading
rider the past three years,
reached another milestone
Wednesday at the Atlantic City
race track when he booted home
the 2.000th winner of his career.
"I thought I would never make
It," Hartack admitted after
booting Herald Wind home first
in the fifth race.
Hartack, son of a Pennsylvania
coal miner, has been riding less
than six years.

(left), skipper of the racing
for work dn the vessel as it
British challenger Sceptre for

Albrook Increases
PAAF Basketball
1sf Place Margin
PAAF LEAGUE STANDINGS
(As of Sept. 19)
'Team
Albrook AFB
Fort Kobbe .
Fort Amador
Fort Clayton
Army Atlantic
Navy ....
W
14
9
7
6
GB
4s
072
5 10 9
a i2 li ya
The Albrook Air
Flyers, who have
Force Base
v i r t u ally
clinched the Panama Area Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces Basketball League ti title,
tle, title, whipped the Army Atlantic
Bushmasters on the Gold Coast
last night (September 18) 70 70-58.
58. 70-58. i'
The win gives the Flyers a

four and one' half game leadlchanges?
over the Fort Kobbe Regulars "As written the one-arm block
with five games remaining oi 'nf? rule could make college foot foot-the
the foot-the Albrook schedule. iba11 a. whistle-tooting -game." he
s"i. "It all depends on how the
Emmett Bryant gained scor- f interpret it Agfst
ing honors in the slow movin? acuse, Army was twice pen pen-ganie.
ganie. pen-ganie. tossing in nine field goall JXlift i
and six of seven from the free i .in.?.e. 1 f?J5?r

throw line for 24 poirfts. Oddly,
enough this is only the-aeconi
uiuc Dizain nas oeen ncia
to
less than 30 points in PAAF ac-

won was year. Earner in tne, caches haven't changed tech tech-season
season tech-season these same Bushmasters Iniques, figuring that officials will

'-eld tte Albrook scoring whiz to
26 markers.
Lohnle Stephenson and Ger Gerry
ry Gerry Patrle hooped 14 apiece and
Lloyd Hopwood garnered 12 for
tne victorious Albrook quintet.
Army Atlantic, now With a 5 5-10
10 5-10 record, was led in the scorine
column by guard Don Myers. He
had 16 points and teammate Dan
Griinn chipped in with 14
Balboa Pool To Be
Closed Next Week
Wed., Thursday
The Balboa Swimming Pool
will be closed all day Wednesday
and Thursday, Sept, 24 and 25
In order that the pool may be
cleaned and converted to 60 cy cycle.
cle. cycle. The pool Willie opened and
resume Its regular schedule of
8 ajn. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept.
26. :
, ..

ine uaiDoa swimming poois he's an amateur magician. .
regular dally schedule is frori,bieeest Influence in Iris career

9 a.m. to 6 pm. with the excepJwas Eddie Stanky, another guy

tion of Monday and Thursday
evenings wnen the pool remains
open unui 8 p.m.
"54 f "-

Blaik, Mr. Platoon,
Now Lacks Horses

By HARRY GRAYSON
WEST POINT, N. Y. (NEA) -When
platoon football cam in i"
mediately after World War II,
Earl H. Blaik was its foremost
advocate.
"More boys get in the game.
More time to give to the indivi individual.
dual. individual. Easier to coach," he said.
But now that the new rule has
restored team, if not unit, foot
ball, Army hasn't enough horses
to substitute anything more than
piece meal. A jquick look at tne
sauad shows you that Colonel
Blaid hardly has more than 17
real good football players.
The difference between Army
nnrl Nw isn't the fact that there
are 3,600 midshipment and ? 00
cadets. The difference Is that
while, the Military Academy .gets
to select earefullv no more than
28 football players, Navy brings
in as many as 125.
When you take Info Considera
tion thn hi oh rato nf attrition at
schools operating practically on a
Rhodes Scholar basis, it is e'.iv
lo see which gets the better of it
here. Any West Point man will
te'l you that football wise the
Naval Academy takes vastly more
advantage of the vacancies in its
appointments.
But enough of the administra administrative
tive administrative set ups. what kind of team
will Army field going into a rath rather
er rather rugged scheduled starting with
South Carolina and Penn State
at home and then another road
trip to Notre Dame f
Well, Army has remarkable:
ruhnine backs in Bob Anderson,
Pete Dawkins and Harry Walters
and they ramble behind an excel excellent
lent excellent first string line.
The trouble is that the Black
Knights suffer from their peren perennial
nial perennial headaches. Joe Caldwell,
with practically no experience,
has to develop as a passing quar
terhaek and Coach Blaik ha no
more than three linemen thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly capable of replacing start
ers.
Army and Syracuse played to
an 8-8 tie in a semi-secret ore ore-season
season ore-season scrimmage. What were
Blaik's reactions to the rules
has ihrayg gtuck to ,homder
tyne 0f Tjioct. ,
"There are
two schools
of
thought on the
switch.
Mnnv
be lenient: But the loose erm
most certainly invitee holding. If

by

THERE would have been no
Warren Snahn and a historv-mak
ine nine 20-aame seasons. . .if
Sgt. Spahn of the U.S. combat en en-elneera
elneera en-elneera hadn't decided to take a
walk off the Remagen Bridge in
Germany .... a split-second be
fore that historic structure of
World War II collapsed into the
Rhine, killing 28 urs. . ..
Dick Voris taking over the Vir
fhiia relayed the word to his old
boss, Red Blaik: "Only four boys
here coulde ven have made the
sauad at Armv." .
Well, at least Solly Hemus has
one thine going for him if he
takes over the baffling Cardinals
who "couldn't hit the long ball,
run or throw onlv beat you.
..right down to the fact they were
both canned as youngsters oy me
Brooklyn Dodgers. .In life-of-the-party
Solly's repertoire an imita imitation
tion imitation of Musial at the bat.
Leon Hart, now an alrcaster,
plaintively told his old Lion
mates: "You fellows could use
me tali year,". .to which a De
troit coach appended: "Yeah, like
a hole in the head.". .
Cub D'Amato, shorn on his 1BC
harangue for- the moment, ap appraises
praises appraises the heavyweights: Inge-
mar Johannson "He s a gooa
puncher with a good left hand
He moves good. too.". . .Sonny
Listen "He hasn't fought anybo anybody
dy anybody yet but I happen to know he's
good fighter.". .zora r oiiey
"I saw him quit twice in the
ring ". ...Nino Valdes-"He a dan dangerous
gerous dangerous puncher .but he lacks
the appetite."
Frank Gifford will break out dur during
ing during the tootball season with a ra radio
dio radio network show over CBS ...
and continue his dramatic lessons.
....Gifford, incidentally is still try trying
ing trying to figure out what happened
the secoau naif of the Giant exhi
bition at Baltimore, although he
missed only one series of plays.
. .he got conked on the noggin be before
fore before intermission and blanked out.
A well-known sportscaster once
tried to interest Frank Costello
ih buying a b'g chunk of the Wash
ington Redskins. ."Sure money moneymaker."
maker." moneymaker." spieled the words man
ko the dapper noo i. "We can got
it cheap, there s lots of betting.
We can't lose." . .then whisper whispered
ed whispered the clincher, "Besides, you
know who I can get to coach for
us? Duffy Daugherty of Michigan
StateA .Costello thought this
over a moment, rasped, "I'd rath rather
er rather have the whistle blower.". .
One All-American who isn't roll
ing in fancy clothes is Army's
boo Anderson .whose non-military
dpparel includes just one
sports coat, one suit. .it costs

I HaW..
Joe Caldwell

they adopted this, rule, even the
proiessional would complete fw
passes.
"By agreement with Syracuse,
we both tried points after touch touchdown
down touchdown both ways, and both of us
scored on a pass, which gives you
a rough idea of what is to come."
Walk rimatas a staunch sup supporter
porter supporter of the unit system.
"Syracuse wore UR.down in the
lasi quanei, ue nu cases.
But as Blaik made clear .at the
outset, a- lime passing ny cam-
well, who can tnrow aitnouen
the Miami lad weighs only 158
pounds, would make Army's splen splendid
did splendid running game extremely "dif "difficult
ficult "difficult to handle.
Pin point passing would take
a tremendous load off the ball-
"irr'er1! ami the receivers are
there with Bill Carpenter joining
Don Usry ami Jcek i
iUered last trip as subs. Like
Caldwell, Carpenter; a or.'
all round performer, wa side sidelined
lined sidelined most of last season by in
Gen. Douglas MacArtnur, 78,
drove up from New York for the
skirmish with Syracuse.
"You have'overall team speed,"
he pointed out to Army's coach.
Red Blaik teams of the past
have got there with considerably
less.
'1 1 .' 1 H ' 1 i if i
' So"y Hemus
'a i U :- '
him enough just to shoe his feet
size 12 D's. .
Go slow on the Red Sox firing
Mike Higgins as manager. .be
cause of hit buddy buddy status
with Joe. Cronln. . .and remem remembering
bering remembering that All three of his pre
decessors clashed with the Bosox
general manager. .closest Cro-
nin s ever come to riding her i on
Hissuns was his hurry-up phone
call on the last road trip: "For
Pete's sake, Mike, why'n't you
lift those pitchers earlier'?'. .
If the football Giants don't
bring booter Ben Agajanian in
from California again, he should
worry. as a new owner of nags.
.who had $50 on the nose of
one of them that came in and
paid oft at 5-1..
John Brodie, who looks ready
to share time with Y. A. Tittle as
the 49c r field general (or even
displace him), has a tart wit. .
ribbed the Veteran Title after he
misfired a couple of passes in pre
game practice. 'Look, Yat, they they-are
are they-are emptying' the first three raws
on the stands. . .You're so wild
they're afraid you might hurt
somebody up there." ...
Between you'n'nme, a prominent
coach in the East is ready 'and
willmg for the first good vacan
cy that opens up in California,
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STOCK SALESMAN
DAYTONA BEAcrf Fla. (NEA)
Brad Wilison, for.ner Colum
bus, O., spoftse ditor. has been
engaged as publicity director for
the National Association for Stock
Car Auto Racing.

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Player Of The Day
MICKEY MANTLE
Just about the time people start
taking Mickey ..lantle lor granted,
ihe New York Yankee slugger
makes em si. up and take notice
again. .' r
i.'s beent hat kind of a year
for Mantle. He's set an unwanted
club s rikeou reco-d by whiffing
112 times and his average is still
a shade below he .300-mark. All
in all, a pretty punk year, but
still one in. which he'll lead the

American League in homers.
Mantel connected Wednesday
for one of his patented specials
a 500-foot drive that cleared the
right field roof at Detroit's Briggs
Stadium. It was toe first time tne
roof had been cleared in a
regularly scheduled game since
Ted Williams did it in 1939.
In recent years, Mickey always
seemed on the downgrade as he
World Series approached. u t
this ime he appears to becoming
along strong and that, of course,
couW be the difference be'ween
the Yankees winning and losing
the World Series.
Sports Briefs
HORSEMAN SUSPENDED
COLUMBUS, Ohio. (UPD-Fliyd
B. Glover, an owner trainer
from Hamilton, Ohio, has been
suspended un il Jan. 1, 1959, by
the Ohio Racing Commission for
possession of a syringe, two hypo hypodermic
dermic hypodermic needles and a bpt le o a
narcotic in his stall at the River
Downs race track.
QOME TO TERMS
NIAGARA FALLS, On. (UPI)
Ceiiler George (Red) Sullivan
and defenseman Bill Gadsby of
the New York Rangers signed
contracts Wednesday for the 1958 1958-59
59 1958-59 National Hockey League sea sea-son.
son. sea-son. PLACED ON WAIVER LIST
BEAR MOUNTAIN, N.Y. (UPI)
Ben Agajanian, 39, who became
one of professional foo ball's mo t
proficient place kickers despi'e a
toe injury, has been pheed on the
waiver list by the New -York
Giants.
GAME TIME CHANGED
CINCINNATI. Ohio (UPI)-The
Sept. 27 game between the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies and Pittsburgh
Pirates has been switched from
an afternoon to a night con'est,
according to National League
headquarters.
ARRANGE FOOTBALL SERIES
BERKELEY, Calif. (UPI)-The
University of California and the
University of Illinois have signed
a contract to meet in a home home-ami
ami home-ami home football series, be beginning
ginning beginning in 1963. The first game
will be played in Champaign, 111.,
Sept, 28, 1963, and the second
here Sept. 26, 1964.
DETROIT END SIDELINED
nFTRnrr mpn.wir Tlinv.r
Detroit Lions end who underwent
a knee operation Wednesday will
be lost to the club for at least
four or five weeks.
SIGNS WITH PISTONS
DETROIT (UPI)-Guard Gene
Shue has signed his 1958-59 con
tract with the Detroit Pisions of
the National. Basketball Associa
tion.
PANAMA
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smooiniy aunng ine neims, f rance, lap or the world profes professional
sional professional championships. This particular event was won by
Antonio Baldini of Italy. Bicycle remains big thing abroad

OUT OF DOORS
SPORTING DOG CAN BE
PET IN HOME
By. JOE STETSON
bog Editor
THE commonest canine fallacy
indulged in is the claim that a
sporting dog cannot be as effec
tive in the field u it is a mem member
ber member of the household.
Several national champions in
several breeds were Constant com
panions of their amateur own
ers and sevetat which wei( tak taken
en taken into the homes, of the profes professionals
sionals professionals who trained and handled
mem.
In all instances, understandings
were developed between handler
and dog that added materially to
the periormance an ultimate ac
complishment of the dog or,
should I say the team.
Don't indlulge in activities at
home that are related to work in
the field. ...
Not that some dogs under some
direction cannot exhibit tfcilr;
working ability' under' artificial
circumstances and still work well
in natural situations, but tod ma

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Indian f ile, "cyclists pedaled
with
ny relatively inexperienced hands
Pan fallen nnnfnrln. 1 S
Empty Stall
That Hurts
V
. NEW YORK (NEA) Discuss-
inn a horse a train,- will iidh.L
ly say, "He is considerably bet
ter man an empty stall."
Around -Barn 17 at Belmont
Park, there is a slieht feplinir that
this more than holds true. As you
walk down the shedrow of Sunny.
Jim Fitzsimmons' headquarters,
-VOU are told. "We rinn't hv mnrhr-
around here right now."
fond looks are given one large
and finite pmntv stall TKa nam
plate still is on it, listing thii
former occupant's breeding.
i me piate reaos, jn mg letters
WhM Ruler;" The 1957 Horse-
oi-me-Year now is retired at uai uai-borne
borne uai-borne Farm, hard by Paris, Ky.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, lf5l
CLASSIFIEDS
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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FOSTIR'S Cetratee sad Ursa
1866.
PHIUIPS OrjeassMe Castsflse
Santa Clan It de P. PImm Pi Pimm.
mm. Pimm. 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Ganall Bliss prints Guest Heuee
n Santa Clara Beach mod
conveniences. .ntw Sun Dsck
. Playground With barbecue,
badminton, pinjpono, archary.
etc. Accommodates I. Navy
381 2.
Spend your weekends at Rio
Mar, tht batt beach In the Ke Ke-public,
public, Ke-public, with alt kinds of commo commodities,
dities, commodities, open day and riiflhr. Tha
new management il at your tarr tarries.
ies. tarries. Houses
FOR HINT: Three b.drooma
houie. ejuiet, seel. Bella Viita.
Tel. 3-7658.
FOR RENT: Three bedreom.
chalet with iwlmminf peel,
maid's room with service, and
9 j rage. House No. 8 Cth Ave.
Cece rial Mar. Tel. 2-2711.
FOR HINT: 3 bedroom chalet,
completely tarnished, tar three
months, hot water, alf condition conditioned.
ed. conditioned. Telephone 3-1 6 17.
ankee Swamped
y Requests For
Tickets
.ssnhsHss irMitr ? sWV TTHTo.
ami a i iun( fnt u A-M
!si.! 4! ITAflS 1114 1! tha
largest in the club's history and
they can accept no more applic applications
ations applications for box or reserved seats.
"We an oversubscribed and ean
accept no more orders for box
and reserved seats," a Yankee
spokesman said. He added that the
response to last Monday night's
ticket sale announcement "far ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the supply." He said there
was no way of counting the flood
of ticket requests the club receiv received
ed received in the mail.
The Yankees announced that
standing room tickets for each
Came, at $4.20 each, may now be
purchased by mail or over the

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i counter at the Yankee Stadium ad advanced
vanced advanced sale ticket window. Stand Standing
ing Standing room tickets are available in
any quantity. .
Any remaining standing room
tickets and the 14,000 bleacher
eats will be sold on the day
of each game at Yankee Stadium.

Th Magio6upar Ssasonsr
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodium Glutamate)
k, AvtUlaWa now In tha
Canal Zone.
LIFE INSURANCE
Mi
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
S DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. sir tare, transfers, tours,
aat deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
F1DANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
$ for
35 inn Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
International Jewelry
US Central Ave.
'
The New
SP
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Apartments

FOR RINT: Three bedroom
apartment, 2 bathroom, maid's
room, ne saraee. $135.00. Tel.
2-2031.
FOR RENT: Completely tar tarnished
nished tarnished apartment. Via Forres
Ne. 120. opposite SAS. Phone
3-5024.
FOR RENT: Furnished er un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments in II Can Can-greje,
greje, Can-greje, Vitta Hermosa, Pueblo
Nueve. Call Tel. 2-2883.
FOR RENT; Furnished
bedroom apartment, Campe Ale Ale-fre,
fre, Ale-fre, air conditioner, T.V., Hi-Fi
automatic washer, best section,
very reasonable, to right party.
Oct. 2 December 14. Fhene
3-1252 after p.m.
FOR RINT: Ceel and comfort comfortable
able comfortable screened eae bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable fer a small family.
Fer details please call 2-1455.
durino effice hours er 3-1988,
after.
FOR RENT: In new recently
build, two bedrooms modern
apartment, inside, per, living living-diningroom,
diningroom, living-diningroom, maid's room, and
garage. One apartment in all
fleer. Situated1 in Juste A rose rose-men
men rose-men s, between 46 Street and
50th, Street, price, enly $135.00.
Call phene 2-1155 (during of office
fice office hours).
FOR RENT: Modern twe bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, garage, maid's
quarters, hot water. 61th Street
II Cangrejo. Ttresina Building.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, twe bedrooms, living din din-ingreem,
ingreem, din-ingreem, San Francisco, Street
6, last No. 6. Near te Theatre
Roosevelt.
US Army Units
Get Constant
Alert Training
Wherever United States Army
units are stationed these days, in
the Continental U.S., Europe, the
Far East or the Caribbean sold soldiers
iers soldiers are asleep in the squad rooms
in the middle of the night ...
Suddenly, "This is an alert!"
shouts a non commissioned offi officer,
cer, officer, the lights flash en, the sleep sleepers
ers sleepers swine; out automatically from
their blinks late their fatigues and
boots, scoop up helmets, weapons
and equipment and fail into ranks.
Truck and tank engines roar.
Vehicles rapidly leave the motor
pools as they move to their assign assigned
ed assigned loading points. Every driver
knows what troops he is to take
aboard, or what loads he is to
pick up from battle group supply
every squad knows what truck
to mount
This scene is duplicated fre
quently in companies of the 1st
Battle Group, 2t0h Infantry and
the batteries of the 4th Gun Bat Battalion.
talion. Battalion. 517th Artillery, as com
manders test their ability to as assemble
semble assemble rapidly at any moment
and move out,
This is standard training through throughout
out throughout the Army It explains the ra rapidity
pidity rapidity with which a battle group
of paratroopers Was moved by air
on i few hours notice from Ger Germany
many Germany to Adana, Turkey, and then
into Lebanon to reenforce the U.S.
Marine units which had been land landed
ed landed by ship.
The U.S. Army Caribbean com commander,
mander, commander, Maj. Gen. Charles Dash
er, has eome to ms present assign assignment
ment assignment almost directly from the U.
S. Army Europe which for years
has made a point of requiring fre
quent alert training by Seventh Ar
my units.
Combat men of the battle group
and gun battalion say it is getting
to be almost a game to see how
fast they can turn out as the gen
eral revises his deadlines to a-
chieve ever shorter notices.
DOG IS FIRED
LONDON (UPI) Stumpy, a
veteran actor of more than 100
performances in the London stage
show "Speaking of Murder." was
fired for "speaking" out of turn.
Stumpy is a corgi dog. He naa a
"non-speaking" part in the pay
but recently began barking when
the human actors were late pick
ing up cues.
LEGAL NOTICE
VNITKD STATUS OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court let the
District of the Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate ot George
Frederick Nadeau, deceased. Probate
Mo. 9489. Notice to creditors.
Notice is Hereby given, that all per person
son person having claims against George Fre Frederick
derick Frederick Nadeau, deceased, are hereby
required to tile aald claims with the
necessary vouchers in the Office of
the Clerk ot the United States District
Court at Ancon, Canal Zone, or to ex exhibit
hibit exhibit them with the necessary vouchers
to the undersigned Executrix at tha of office
fice office ot L. S. Carrlnston, Attorney at
Law. located at 17 5 Avenlda 11.
(formerly Calls Bstudlante) not later
than the 15th day of January IMS. or
they Will be tor ever barred. Such
claims tiled or presented must be sup supported
ported supported by tha affidavit of the claimant
or someone on his behalf that the
amount la Justly due, that no pey pey-ments
ments pey-ments have been made thereon which
are hot credited, and that there are no
off-seta to the same to the knowledge
of the affiant.
Dated this 11th day of September,
IMS.
Grayee I.. Nadeau
Executrix of the aetata of
George Frederick Nadeau.
deceased.

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INTFRN AX DC PUBICAOONLSNet 3 llollery Plara s CA8A Z4LDO Central Ave. 45 I OURDES PHARMACY IM La Carrasquill. FARMACIA LOM LOM-ArFnLU,S
ArFnLU,S LOM-ArFnLU,S .." s7rt MRISON-4th Vjulv Ave. & J St. a LEWIS SERVICE-Ave. Tivolt No. 4 a FARM AO A EST ADOS UN1DOS-14S Central Ave

F ARM AC'l A LUX 144 Central Avenue
faiaVsriV VAN DER-JISISI "tMiast 5.
AltHs Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Fairlane
"500", 4 deer, hardtop, fully
powered, all extras. Phone Al Al-erook
erook Al-erook (6-4245
FOR SALE: 1 949 Nash, call
Balboa 2-1697 after 4.30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ferd, hard hard-tap,
tap, hard-tap, good mechanical, interior,
exterior condition, call 86-6124.
FOR SALE: 1956 Fordomatic
Station Wagon. Good condition.
Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth sta station
tion station wagon, excellent condition.
New tires, telephone 3-1 55.
FOR SALE: Buick 1955 coupe,
twe door, excellent condition,
dirty paid, air conditioned, new
white-wall tires. May. ha se
house No. 405 Ancon, Tivo
Ave. Phone, Balboa 4477.
FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury Cus Custom
tom Custom station wagon, $1,850. all-
tomatic transmission, p o w e r
brakes, power steering, new tires,
radio, heater 24 OOOmHas, ori
ginal owner $800. finance the
rest. Call Navy 3677 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 19S6 Chevrolet Bel
Air V-8, 4 door sedan, tutOne,
radio, powerglide electric wipers,
vsw tires, eiw owner. Harrison,
phone 6-1 IS Gamboa.
FOR SALE: Ford, V-8, 4 door,
F. O. W. W. Excellent condition
$1800.00, 24 leuven. Quanity
Bldg. Mat. $75.00. 10 pc. din dining
ing dining sat $225.00. Tel. 6-376,
Gamboa 1 1 6-A. jedwin Ave.
FOR SALE: 1951 OMramo OMramo-bile
bile OMramo-bile 4 door, sedan; good, clean,
economical, radio, good tires,
hydramatic transmission, new
battery, and duty paid; $200,00.
House 0437 Apt. K, Anton. Tel.
2-4304.' 1 : "'
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FOR SALE: 1 955 Pontiac Ca Ca-talina,
talina, Ca-talina, 2 door, two tana, paint,
Hydramatic, radio, heater, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, through out, power
brakes, numerous extras, $1,300
er best offer.
Phone Balboa 2-
2472
FOR SALB-451 Pontiac, er
financed, by jeep, 29th Street
5-57, Continental.
FOR $ALI: Oldsmobile 194B,
4-door Sedan, Hydramatic, good
condition $200.00. Call' 5-463.
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Panama L.
Salllngs
A number of Canal employes,
returning from vacation in the U-
nited States, are among the pas
sengers who sailed from New York
yesterday aboard the Ancon of
the Panama Line. The Ancon is
carrying 82 passengers for the
Isthmus and 74 for Port-au-Prince
Haiti.
The list of passengers for Cris-
lonai 1 oi lows:
Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Benson;
Mre Firolvn P rlV. TUty. U.
....... ..,,, v. via.&t Ml,, ...
ry H. Daly and two children; Mrs.
Constance Dugen; Mr. E. W. Dit-
trtFl MrC CriniU Prtrtns. 'aUt,M
tuiv, him lies .ris-ni --'vs
and Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Erbe.
Od. and Mrs. James
Mr. end Mrs. William H. Farrell;
Mrs. Betty L. Fetherstdn: t.
and Mrs. Joseph Garmendia; Mr.
ana Mrs. uonaid b. Uifford and
three children: Mr. anrl Mrs
Mack B. Hicks and three children:
William C. Jordan; Mr. and Mrs.
tieorge n, ttacin; Mr. and Mrs.
Wilfred A. Lavallee and daughter:
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Linden
and two children: and Mr. and
Mrs. Harold T. Longmore.
Miss Karen J. MacKaig; Miss
Juana M. Mufioz; Mrs. Moif-edes
Navarro; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer .J
Nordstrom anrl three children;
Mr. and Mrs. James O'Connor and
two children; Miss Catherine F.
O'Connor; Mrs, Magdalena Pezet;
Bev. Alfred R. Pehrsson; and Mrs
Virginia Petersen.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey H. Reed;
Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Ronan; Mrs.
Gladys Row; Mr. and Mrs. Bill
L. Ryan; Miss Zaida Saavedra;
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Sagrans;
Mr. and Mrs. George M. Sylves Sylvester;
ter; Sylvester; Wesley H. Townsend: George
W. Weir; and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Leonard
nard Leonard WoHord.
GET OIL LEASES
BOSTON (UPI) Consolidated
Cuban Petroleum Corn, an
nounced vesterdav it has ee
auired 1.500 sauare miles of ne-
troleum leases on Andros Island-
largest Island in the Bahamas.
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records. .
FAR BRLOW t'nlled Stales
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releasM blroont hlv-
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Across 'La Merced' Church
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COLON OFFICE; 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14.221.

iscelloneous
Sunbeam coffee master, $15.00,
autamatic cooker and deep fry,
$10.00. both like new. Phone
2-4331.
FOR SALE: Motors and parts
tar Trucks, Cart, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard anginas, electrical
and Plumbing fixtures, bolts,
screws, chain saw Gatlang.
Safety safes, Ti nek winches, and
many other items at la Supli Supli-dera
dera Supli-dera Continental", 12 and 13
Street Central Ave. Ne. 12.179
phone 1088 -B., Colon.
FOR SALE: 4 tables and disc
sender 4" jointer 10" bend saw.
House '551 Ancon Blvd.
For- decorations, paintings, ins inscriptions,
criptions, inscriptions, designs. Tel. 3-0710.
Guaranteed, neat work.
FOR SALE; Hi-Fi Wabcor Tape
Recorder with 6.000 ft. Tape 7
m o at h s eM 1 25.00. Phone
5-320,
FOR SALI: Hi-Fi Webcor, re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, gas stove, washing
machine, Argus camera, clocks,
dining table, chairs, revolver 25
cel., 1953 HMtman Minx, duty
paid, twin beds, other things,
good condition, must sell, leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus. Call' J-7755.
FOR SALI: S burner Perfection
stove. $15.00. Bicycle, $25.00.
Kelvinator refrigerator, 9 eu. ft.
$75.00. Phone 2-3130 Panama.
FOR SALI: One Piper Cub
FA-1 2 Super Crusier. Has brand
slew factory overhauled Lycoming
Engine 0-235-C 115 h.p. Two
new tires and tubes, new brakes
throughout, new shock cords,
extra propeller Piice $2300.00.
Write Box 1242. Cristobal, C. Z.
Can be seen at Celon Airport.
See and ride in- our new fiber fiberglass
glass fiberglass boats, Madden Lake. Sun Sun-EsMPuSO
EsMPuSO Sun-EsMPuSO a.m. te 5:00 pirn.
ABHMfATHY.
Real Estate
FOR SALI t .tots 500 and 1.000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanixation, across the Reman
Racetrack, All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water mam and
electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-257.
FOR SALI: 5 Hectares excel excellent
lent excellent form land. (00 ft. river
water alt year, three cants square
meter. Asking 100 less than
other owners. 1 1 8 Carrasquilla.
FOR SALI: Lots at II Valla,
Anton. Ideal Climate. Close to
Capital City. Tels. 2-3085 er
2-2U0.
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Ortiz Beats
Match Dale
Not Agreed On Yet
NEW YORK,, Sept. 20 (UPI)
Lightweight contenders Carlos Or Or-tit
tit Or-tit and Johnny Busso will meet in
a third ''rubber'' match, now that
Carlos has avenged his only def defeat
eat defeat by outpointing Busso in their
return TV fight at Madison Square
Garden last night.
Ed Ferguson, Ortiz managers
said: "We have a return-bout
contract, with no date set; but
Busso will have to come in at 138
pounds or less. Otherwise we'll
try to get a fight' with Kenny
Lane as s big step toward a title
bout."
In last night's 10 rounder, blond blond-ish.
ish. blond-ish. compactly built Ortiz weigh
ed 137 pounds to Busso's 140. But
it was Carlos's close-quarter hook
ing combinations that landed the
most leather and did the most
damage against lanky, black-hair
ed BUSSO.
Ortiz, 22. and favored at 7-5 won
the unanimous 10-round decision
on a rounds basis: 5-4-1. 6-4, 6-4.
The United Press International
agreed, 6-4. Long Johnny suffer suffered
ed suffered cuts above the left eye snd
the left cheek. Ortiz bled from the
nose.
It wss an avenging victory a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the only professional who
GUARDIA y CIA, S.A.
Jutto Arosemena Ave.
Tel. 3-7225

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Home Articles 1
FOR SALE i Sandblasted oak
dining sat (painted pale green).
Includes round table with 2
leaves, 6 chairs, buffet and
China closet with glass front.
$100.00. See at 5334-B, Davis
Srreet, Diablo or call 2-3468.
FOR SALI: 8 pc. dinette set,
I portable barbecue. Call 83 83-2246.
2246. 83-2246. FOR SALI: Bedsprings 12.50.
Metal Desk 25.00. 4 pc. Bam Bamboo
boo Bamboo Livinqroom 75-00. Complete
Hollywood Beds 37.00. 5 pc.
Mahogany Diningroom 30.00.
Mattresses (Double) 10.00
(Single) 8.00. 4 p.c Wrought
Iron Livingroom (Slightly Used)
175.00. Chairs 2.50, Pillows
1 .50. Cash or Credit. We Deliver.
HOUSEHOLD IXCHANGI 41
Auto Row. Tels: 3-4911, 3 3-7348.
7348. 3-7348. We Pay Cash For Your
Old Furniture. Call Far Free
Appraisal,
FOR SALI: Westinghouso
Colder Cold Refrigerator. Har Harrison
rison Harrison Gamboa, phone (-118.
FOR SALI: 2 piece sectional
sofa, kneehole desk, Dormeyer
mixer with attachments, electric
roaster oven, retiaserie-preiler,
grill combination, 4 quart pres pressure
sure pressure cooker, ail like new. Call
3-6118.
FOR SALI: 11 ft. Narga refri
aerator, call 2-3540.
FOR SALI: Westinghouso eu.
ft. refrigerator new 60 cycle
motors, fraeser sections, excellent
condition. Phono Gamboa 6-326.
t
FOR SALE: One dining room
set. One bed. One hall cabinet.
867 Morgan Avenue, Balboa.
FOR SALI: Westinghouso refri refri-geradar.
geradar. refri-geradar. frees, youth bed com complete,
plete, complete, 1 dininp room pes.
Phone Gatun 5-564.
FOR SALE: Ambassador wash washing
ing washing machine with timer pump, In
excellent condition. Call 86 86-3234,
3234, 86-3234, 104-B. Albrook.
FOR SALI: Beautiful Vicuna
rug, brand new. Tel. 83-5126.
FOR SALI: i 7 Inch ft I. port
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Phene Curundu. 5126.'
tew.
FOR SALE: Five piece, maho mahogany,
gany, mahogany, sectional- living room set,
corner table, $250. Hollywood
double bad springs and inner inner-aprlag
aprlag inner-aprlag mattress. $50. 2471 -A.
Cocoli. Phpne Navy 3165.
had ever beaten Carlos Busso, 24,
won a disputed split decision over
Puerto Rico-born Carlos at. the
Garden. June 27. That night Car
los weighed 137 pounds, only a
naif -pound less than Busso.
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DEVELOP NEW LAMP
BLOOMFIELD, N.J. (UPI) J.
Westinghouse Electric Corp. an
nounced today Its lamp divi
sion has developed what it de
scribes as a "new low-priced in infrared
frared infrared lamp" for home and fairm
use. ;

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morrow tomorrow and Monday at the 'URfVE-iN" Theatre through
United Artists release, takes no liberties with history.
The Hecht-Hill-Lancaster production starring C la r k
Gable and Burt Lancaster drew every episode from com combat
bat combat records.
The battle between an American and a Japanese sub submarine,
marine, submarine, for Instance, is based on many that actually hap happened.
pened. happened. 'ftSM:
Numerous sub-surface battles were fought In World
War II and U.S. submarines destroyed 23 Japanese subs in
combat. AdvL

1 Domestic Employment

WANTED: Full-time for gene general
ral general house work and cooking.
5334-B, Diablo. After 5.00 p.m.
Ann Vaughn, expert state side
hair stylist, has replaced Mary In
Genell's Cocoli Beauty Shop.
Navy 3812.
Boats Cr Motors
FOR SALI: 14 foot fiberglas fiberglas-sed
sed fiberglas-sed boat, 25 Ivinrude with con controls
trols controls and trailer, all for $650,
C. 2. 2-3417.
Wanted to Buy
Want to buy one Clam Shall, 38
or Vi cubic yard, in good condi condition.
tion. condition. For offers call 3-4542.
WANT TO BUY: Small Bar with
or without stools. -Call 1-491 1
Panama. ;
Rooms
FOR RINT: Rooms in new con concrete
crete concrete house. $16.50 per month.
17 Street No. 13, Fueblo Nuevo.'
Call Cucaon 4V Co. Tel. 3-3330.
FOR RENT: Comfortable rooms
furniture with or without meals.
4-33. 35th Street, telephone
3-7993.
Widow Steals
Socks For Her
Eight Children
Danville, va. (upd-a wid widow
ow widow with eight children was held
here today on a charge of steal
ing eight pairs of children's socks
front a local store.
Mr- Ophelia Barker Gammon,
42, of Pelham, N.C., told v officers
after her arrest yesterday she had
no .money and took the sotks be because
cause because her children needed them
badly.
Mtrs. Gammon, whose only in
cpme is a $49 monthly payment
from the Welfare Department,
was jailed when she was unable
10 raise aisu nonu.
PLAN CONTRACT AWARDS
SAN FRANCISCO (UPl)-J.L.
Atwood, president of North Amer
ican Aviation, Inc., disclosed this
company will award more than
20' "major" weapon system con contracts
tracts contracts within the next three or
four months in connection with
production of the B70 jet bomber
and F108 interceptor.
TRACTORS CREATE PROBLEM
ST. HKUEK, Channel Islands
fUPD The tiny Enelisb channel
island of Sark, where automobiles
are banned, has a traffic problem
tractors. Fun loving farmers
often ride tne tractors from pun
to nub on noisy drinking sprees.
The Sark parliament is consid considering
ering considering a curfew on tractors from
10 p.m. to 6 a.m.
I
AND MONDAY AT THE

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Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Three room off ice
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diately immediately m the Panama Insurance
Co. bidg. across from Hotel El
Panama Hilton. Airconditibning,
electricity, elevator, janitor and
night watchman' service, drink drinking
ing drinking fountain, restrooms. Coffee
shop in building. See or phone
Mrs. Mary Coleman at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.
Pep vs. Bassey
Non-Title Bout
Slated Tonight
BOSTON, Sept. 20 (UPD-WUey
Willie Pep the battle-scarred-form
er world featherweight champion
was a 7-10 underdog m a 10-round
non title bout wtih title holder
Hogan (Kid) Bassey at Boston
Garden tonight.
Therevwill be no radio or telev television
ision television broadcasts.
Pep, who turned 36 yesterday,
hoped to upset the oddsmakers
and stop Bassey's new American
invasion on the Boston beachhead.
A Pep vie ory could result in' a
return maicn nere lor me cuam
U
pionsnip.
Bassey, 10 years Pepi's junior,
was born Okon Bassey Asuque in
Calabar, Nigeria, and hais done
most of his fighting in Europe.
He wpn the vacant featherweight
title with a knockout of Cherif
Hamia in Paris June 24, 1957.
Pep won andjlost the same title!
iwite uuj nig sis io-ycai )jrvusauiu-
al career in Which he compiled
an amazing 219 victories against!
eight defeats and one draw. Bas Bassey's
sey's Bassey's record is 52-10-1.

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The Colon welfare group, Las A
migas de Caridad, has scheduler
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for Oct. 18 at the Strangers Club
The management committee ha!
. .-., j ,,ar,.rA. th.t th. .m
! ,va want v.
i-wsj. vt.il! ho nn "hard time.'
and suggested that guests try tc
look their best' in droll, comica
or just casual attire. It may fetcb
prize.
The event will mark the Ami
gas' annual dance which was se'
back from August to October
MUaef of other activities under th
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connection with- its anniversary.
Invitations will be in circulatioi
early net week.
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Hooper ot Memphis, Tenn., who checks a gourd that may wind
up as her next Easter bonnet. Mrs. Hooper takes the skins off

full-grown gourds and uses the gourd skeleton to fashion hats
Hke the one she is wearing. She says they can be used in their
natural colors or can be dyed.

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WASHINGTON Sept 20 (UPf) U.S. officials predicted today that President Eisenhower will reject Wuntly
th. aZL made by Soviet Premier Nikita KhrushcKtv in his latest attack on American policy in the Far East.
WhS the White House withheld comment on KhruscheV. Formosa message to the President, pending study
full text officials described the 13-page letter as a "long propaganda blast,"
h.Tote rEis.nhow.r, KhrushchJv charged the United State, with "nuclear blackmail" agamst the
Chinese Communists and said the Red Chinese will throw the American military force, out of Formosa unless they
troiaCredictnat the Eisenhcwer reply to Khrushchev may tell the Russian .eader there wa. no
l B0 tinuimr the correspondence on this subject if the Kremlin wished to us. th. .xch.nge merely for

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rnMPARiNG NOTES Teamster President James Hof fa (right)
COMFABiNU Bus ,,,, 11n,i for th Senate Labor

Kets SmW i wSWn Hoffa scheduled a
Backets Commuiee in vai b milcklv chareed

new Teamster convenuuu, "u m twJFEa rwher
that 56 per cent of the vote which elected Hoffa last October

was "illegal."
Senate Probers To Close Record
On Misconduct hi Teamsters Union

Th threat enine tone Of

Khrushchev's letter and the ex extreme
treme extreme position he staked oat
cast further doubt on the possi possibility
bility possibility of any worthwhile agree

ment at the current Warsaw
talks between Chinese Commu

nists and U.S. representatives.
TTfl smhasMrinr Jamb TV

Rpam and rhilfese envov Wane

Ping-nan are scheduled to hold

their third session tomorrow in

the negotiations which the Unit United
ed United States had hoped would lead
to a ceasefire in the Quemoy region.

American ornciais reported
no signs of progress so far at
Warsaw, and the impression
here is that the United States
will be forced to go before the
United Nations and seek con condemnation
demnation condemnation of what it calls the
Communist aggression in the
Quemoy case.
Th state nenartment declin

ed any formal comment on the

Khrushchev letter. A spokesman
said the White House would

have to make the first state

merit

However, Secretary of State
John Foster Dulles and his aides

were studvine the lensrthy docu

ment, and informed sources re-

nnrtert that. t.hrv hplipvpd It had

increased the tension in the Far

East.
Meanwhile, officials here de declined
clined declined to confirm or deny pub published
lished published reports that the United

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States was urenared to pro

pose a ceasefire at Quemoy
based on reduction of military
forces on the Nationalist-held
offshore islands and the near nearby
by nearby Red Chinese mainland.
Thev said such rerjorts were in

the field of speculation ana
they would tip the hand of
their negotiator at Warsaw.

STUDENTS VISIT BREWERY Students of the Rainbow City High School and their new principal Alfredo Cragwell art

pictured with Tomas Gabriel Duque, president oi tne auonm Brewery; Aiireao Aieman, general manager; Alejandro Duque.l

assistant general manage., mu aivuiu ao .xu.B' y"v ""vuo iuuuhuij a cuuuutuca war oi tnoi
brewery's new plant on the Trans-Isthmian Highway yesterday.

WASHINGTON (UP1) The
Senate Rackets Committee pre prepared
pared prepared to close the books yesterday
" . mw called "a

on wnai one .-
great record of misconduct in
ie Teamsters Union.
The committee wound up seven
weeks of hearings late Thursday
but left its record open for a
closing statement by Chairman
John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) Sum Sum-ming
ming Sum-ming up the Teamsters investiga investigation
tion investigation McClellan said he would
mak'ei t public today.
The committee devoted a large
part of its final session to a long,
involved examination of what
chief counsel Robert F. Kennedy
described as "fraud, collusion
and favoritism" in millions of
dollars worth of Teamsters in insurance
surance insurance business.
it purported to show Teamsters
president James R. Hoffa chan-
n.lsi tho lucrative account of the

Central State Teamsters Confer Conference
ence Conference through his friend, Allen
Ifman of Chicago, who shared
in. about $1,400,000 worth of com commissions
missions commissions over seven years.
This, according to staff inves investigators,
tigators, investigators, was about a million
dollars more than the average
commission rate.
!m addition, they said the Union
Casualty Co. which got the in insurance
surance insurance was not the low bidder.
They said it 'collected some $650, $650,-000
000 $650,-000 more than the other bidder
would have got in the first three
years the policy was in effect.
Hoffa, questioned earlier, denied

he vromised to help Dorfman get
the insurance. He said he tolo
Dorfman he probably would get

it if Dorfmans ma was competitive.

Tes lmony snowea me union

tossed out the first round oi

sealed bids in which the racinc
Mutual Co. was low and called
for new ones. Pacific Mutual was

again low but was told by riotta
it was unacceptable because the
company had some financial dif difficulties
ficulties difficulties in 1936.
Investigators 5 said they later
found bids submitted by other
companies in the files of Union
Casualty. t.

As the hearing came 10 a ciose
committee members showered
down strong words of condemna condemnation
tion condemnation on Hpfia and his associates.
Sen. Frank Church (D-Idaho)
said the "shocking disclosures. .
seem in indicate there is just no

end to the scandals." -vV

Sen. Irving M. ives (K-n. y.i
chimed in with the remark about

the "areat record ot mis

conduct.'.'

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Living Costs Fell In July For First Time In 2 Years

urAcuiMr.TnM MTPn ThA pn;t Th loaf timp itm nrio IndexUD. Counted amnni? the hi shpr inpr rnnl in maHioal Mre nde t.l

fT no 1 1X11 VJ X KSi V r v - x 0 I mv nivui.oi vw vvoib -m
of living dropped last month for fell was in August, 1956. It has i housing costs was the A u g u s t fleeted a hike in premiums fori
u tints in turn vesrc the risen in everv month Since then bOOSt in DOStaee rates that saw sronn hnsnitali7atinn insurance I

higher physicians' fees and hospi-l

iui uieuiciue.

tha first time in two vears. the

government reported yesterday.

Average AUgusi prices were iwu iwu-tenths
tenths iwu-tenths of 1 per cent below July.
The Labor Department said sea seasonal
sonal seasonal declines in food prices and

small dips in clothing costs more
than offset price increases for sev
oral hasir family eoods and serv

ices, including the hike in postal

rates.
Food prices fell eight-tenths of
1 per cent from July to August,
led by a 5.3 per cent decline in

prices of fruits and vegetames.

Meat and poultry prices also
drooped, increases were recorded

for eggs, milk and restaurant

meals.
F.wan cia cup. commissioner of

labor statistics, said food prices
probably would drop again this

month and then level off. But ne
cautioned that the August dip in
overall living costs did not herald
a continued drop this fall and winter.

Clague emphasized that the Au August
gust August rirnn reflected heavv seasonal

vegetables. He warned that "this

is no downward trena, but aaaea
that the consumer price index is

tending to stabilize.
The nriee index, the Bovem-

ment's living cost gauge based on
the 1047-49 nrir p averace. drdODed

from 123.9 in July to 23.7 in Au

gust. Though lower than July the
August figure was 2.2 per cent
higher than a year ago.

"DIS-FICURED" With her
famous figure hidden under a
curveless trapeze dress, screen
tar Sophia Loren arrives at
New York's Idlewlld Airport
after a brief -visit to Hollywood.
Later- she flew to Switzerland
with her husband, Carlo Ponti.

Factional Kidnapings Threaten
To Disrupt Truce In Lebanon

HK.ini'T Tjhannn (ITPH A actually matched a rmliceman hut

series of factional kidnapings trig- rebel headquarters quickly ordered

gered by me disappearance ot a nis release.

nro government newsDanerman Urcent mediation bv the arm v

threatened yesterday to disrupt i brought a quick agreement on ex-

the truce oetween renew ana civu

SOLDIERS DISCHARGED
sTNnAPORE aipn Fifty-six

Singapore soldiers have been dis

charged IOr navmg connec iono
with secret societies, it was an an-AimcoH
AimcoH an-AimcoH tnHav The discharges

resulted from investigations made

by military and civu ponce ear earlier
lier earlier this year. In Maley, 60 sol

diers recently were aistnargeu ii
similar reasons.

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The threat arose only four days
before Gen. Fuad Chehab assumes

the presidency. It was learned
yesterday that Chehab has given
up hispost as commander in chief
of the Lebanese army in aordance
with the constitution.

Lebanese army mediators work worked
ed worked hard to make peace betwee
pro-government Christian Phalan Phalan-gists
gists Phalan-gists before the trouble becomes

more serious.
At least a score of Lebanese
wera matched from downtown

Beirut streets in broad daylight by

unp siae or ine uiner. -auiue uus uus-tages
tages uus-tages soon were exchanged
through the good offices of the

army but others were new.
Trouble began when Fuad Hada Hada-ad,
ad, Hada-ad, a reporter for the Phalange
newsnaner Amal disaDDeared mvs-

ter'ouslv yesterday afternoon.

The Phalange, still armed as in
the civil war when it supported
President Camilte Chamoun, blam blamed
ed blamed the rebels and rfompqy sent
riflemen into the streets after reb rebel
el rebel hostages. Ten persons were
herded away.
As soon as the rebels heard
about the Vidnanns thev sen 'it
wiiads and grabbed an equal num number
ber number of hostages. One rebel squad

Weather Or Not

Thig weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
nrcnared by the Meteftrolorlcal
and Hvdrorraohlc Branch of the
Panama Canal Company: i
Balboa Cristobal

chancre of host a pes hut when the

rnaiangisis snowea up lor tne ex exchange
change exchange thev withhelri one whn was

from the Basta section unlilt he

newsman could be accounted tor.
In retaliation, the rebels released
only nine of their 10 prisoners.
Chehab conferred for two hours
with outgoing President Camille

cnamoun at tne presidential pal palace
ace palace over the formation of the new
government that will serve under
the general.
Informed sources said Chamoun
told Chehab he was opposed to
giving the premiership to Rashid
Karami because he took an active

part in the rebellion as leader of

the Tripoli rebels

ALGERIA

except for two months when it

showed no change. Eacn time it
went up it set a new record.
The 123.7 index number for Au August
gust August meant that it cost $12.37 in

August to buy the same tooa ana
services that cost $10 in 1947-49.
The index is based on the spend spending
ing spending needs and habits of the aver

age city family.

The Labor Department also re re-nnrteH
nnrteH re-nnrteH that the take-home Dav of

factory workers held steady frqm
July to August. However, the drop
in living costs gave such workers

lirfhtiv more nurchasme oower.

The drop in living costs meant

the pay checks of 50,oo aircrait

marketing of meats, fruits ana
workers, whose pay is tied to the

cost of living would be un

changed.

The tanartment's rennrt showed

that meat nriees droooed in Au

gust, with declines on most cuts.

All beef prices dipped, but tne
enct nf harnn rose Pork C h O D 8

Hrnnned 2 3 ner cent. Milk and egg

v-' r- F

prices showed a seasonal increase.

Toffee firires fe 1 aeain.

Clothing costs slipped one-tenth

nt 1 mr cent reflecting Wlde-

spread reductions for men's and

boys sports shirts, men s socks,
slacks, Shorts, and suits, and wom women's
en's women's nylon hose.
Transportation costs rose six six-tonthe
tonthe six-tonthe nf 1 npr cent, mainlv bc-

IV... .11. 1 -i"

cause of increased prices for used
core mnA trasnlinp Tire ririces and

auto insurance rates rose slightly.

Prices of new cars ana tne com
of auto repairs fell somewhat.
UmieinH cnstc rose Iwo-lpnths Of

1 per cent as rents and fuels went

the three-cent stamp jump to four

ceins.

An increase of three-tenths of 1

LINK-UP A hnmel linking
Spain and Africa, 1,400 feet un under
der under the Strait of Gibraltar is
the project fo Pennsylvania Pennsylvania-bom
bom Pennsylvania-bom L. J. F. Macode, managing
director of the Covade Company
of Madrid. Itis part of a larger
project (see Newsmap) involv-

ing the transiormauu"
miles of Mediterranean, sea-
l .... orcat tourist area.

Through it would run a toll road

(black line) irom vaienww
Algeciras, thence through the
tunnel to Africa.

OFFICER CANDIDATE Alberto
Garth (above) of Panama City is
scheduled to leave here Thursday
to attend the Salvation Army
School for Officers' Training at
Kingston, Jamaica. A farewell
meeting will be conducted in his

honor tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. py
sectional officer Mai. J. A. Sund-

berg, with a special program pre prepared
pared prepared by Maj. W. Bishop.

The Happy Winner Of The Central Theatre Prizes

TEMPERATURE:
High
Low

HI'MIDITY:
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Low

74

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WIND:
(max. nnh) NW-20
RAIN. (Inches) 33
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 8

NW1!

BALBOA. TIDES
SUNDAY, SEPT. 81

High
9:54 a.m.
10:44 p.m.

Low
3:45 a.m.
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In the presence of MR. ALBERTO BARSAL
scnted MISS LUISA DALPHY the valuable pri

ssoo.oo In cash.
it.,.!.. month nf Anirnst th Ontral

the opportunity of travelinj throuch Europe, w
is the ladv pictured above receivlnr the ticket
the $800.00 in cash from Mr. Barsallo.
The Central Theatre announces that it wi
to Its distinguished patrons, in view of the tre

LO, Notary Public, the Central Theatre ure ureses
ses ureses of a trip to Europe, VIA AVIANCA, and

Theatre offered Hs patrons, completely FREE,
... .. A I.I l' Ik. 111.-. ...InnA

Mil an expenses piu miu mc huiumk wmmi
that will enable her to travel to Europe and
II very shortly offer another pleasant surprise
mendous success obtained.

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MOON MISSILE? NO, VORTAC This odd structure, over- 1
shadWed by the Washington Monument, tops the roof of the

Civil lAeronautics Administration in tne nations capuai. v.aia

VORf AC it is the latest aia to sate civilian auu nnuij jri.i

vill be studied Dy tne vmce oi jwijuuii.
" K;tir, nf two toneue-twistintf navifiational

(terns: Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Radio Range

fvopiisi bv civil aircraft) and racticai Air navigation

,m,-.Axr V, m litarvV Rv JU V. 1D tne tnft eXDeCIS

td have 258 VORTAC installations at various locations in

states, each representing close toainw.wu m cquipmwK.

tsj

TONIGHT AT 10:00 AT THE
m TIVOLI mm.
The most outstanding color movie stars of
the screen will appear in two great musical
productions "BEWARE" with Louis Jordan,
"SEPIA CINDERELLA" and a short release
"EBONY PARADE" with Cab Calloway.

LUX Ltoday I CENTRAI
o.rn A.ea "n.75 n.40"1 19-50 2:35 4:44

1:10. 2:59, 4:58

6:57 8:59 p.m.

0.75-D.4C 12:50 2:35 4:44

Weekend Releases 6:53 9:08 i-m-

AN AUTOGRAPHED
PICTURE WILL BE
GIVEN TO EVERY
PERSON THAT WILL
COME TO SEE
"DINO".

THE WHOLE THUNDER

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MIGHTY BRING-'EM-

OUT-ALIVE MISSION OF

THE U.S.S. POE!

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