The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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'Let the people know the truth and the country i$ safe' Abraham Lincoln.

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SEASONED SWIMMER, Navy
Dr. Robert F.' Lcgge, is at attempting
tempting attempting to fulfill a dream
today. Now In the water be between
tween between Gatun and Miraflores
Locks, he -strokes -toward his
goal of swimming the Canal In
a day.
Navy's Legge

Going Strong In ;
! Jfarly Afternoon
Robert r.Legge, istli Na Na-Tfcltjlstrlct
Tfcltjlstrlct Na-Tfcltjlstrlct medical officer who
Is attempting to swim the Canal
-today, hd reached Buoy 46 and
was "stilt going strong at 12:30
Buoy 46 Is IrKthe "middle of
Gatun Lake, aboirtjall way between-'
Cristobal 'rl Oamboa.
There- appeared to be no-radio
contact directly front the launch
accompanying Legge' but the
12:30 report came from a snip
transiting the canal which pass passed
ed passed Legge and his escort. ;
Lege hit "the water before
iinrip this mornlns In an at

tempt to reverse his 53 years
snd swim the- 35-mile Panama
Ae' Is not the onlv -obstacle
the tall, broad-chested" Navy
captain -will have to lick as .he
stroked his wav through The
waterway this afternoon and tor
night. s
Heat and electrical storms;
perhaps wen more than- the
distance Itself were; reicaMed
as the main hazards 1y pno
nd local hoimen who, know
'( the canal best. '',
To protect his head from the
sun, the balding Navy medical
- officer was wearing his, white
surgeon's tsap when he dived
from the Gtun Locks' fjsouth
wall. Over hii body he hd rub-
hed a coat of grease tcnHscouf-
age sunbum. '
r
The warm temperature of the
water, however, was' a problem
. about which he could lo noth-
' lng. .
.
U. If favorable weather and
physical stamina hold, forth,
Pr. Lepge will reach Ji des-
f tmation at Pedro Miguel Locks
, sometime this evenlnjf, liecom-
lng the flrs nerson oh record
. comi-W the swlni lii l 24-
' it bew 'ferie4.'. .-, : : ?! ,.
Lending moral suppprl and
furnlshinsr him with broth, beer
fund chocolate are. a handful of
hk .. most staunch loiiowers
Traveling alongside tht doctor
' Is a run-about -carryin his son,
Gordon. Canal Zone police Ot Ot-fleer
fleer Ot-fleer "Red" Nail and a Journal-
Ut-nhotoeranher. S
After practice dips the past
few weekends In Madden and
Miraflores Lakes, the swimmer
altered his strategy for today's
. effort In hope of gaining more
distance. He la making hfc "Way
. through the water today oht oht-lng
lng oht-lng off 150 crawl strokes.rthen
50 back strokes,.then a few kicks
Ivtng on his back; Through years
of experience he has learned to
tallv the strokes automatically.-'
. Testerdav theN doctor- was
asked If the storm forced' him
to abandon the Swim, would
ha try it again. ,'.(
) "l don't think so!" I '.Lefts
said. "I wouldn't have tbe
time ta start training again."
y The -doctor has ben training
, frr and dreaming of this swim
1 for too long to quit unless it is
r""v hPce?rv. 4. veteran of
" Tarawa anI Guadalcanal, he is
' not offering any excuses.

RP s Wino Millori
fiorn n Qcu Hamlet
..; Panama's millionth, inhabitant ('-Nino Mill6n") I a boy
baby born Sept 4 at 12:12 a.m. in a hamlet called Las
Floras, about two hours by horseback from Ocu, Herrera,
according to information released today by the office of
the Comptroller General.
, v The child, Can'dido Espruas Guevara, was born to
Pabla Espruas, 25, and, Florentina Guevara, 18, who al already
ready already have two children..
U He will be the recipient of numerous gifts including
money,' food and clothing, in addition to supplies for his
parents over periods ranging up to one year.
The comptroller's office also revealed that 105 babies
were born on Sept. 4, when Panama's1 population of icial icial-ly
ly icial-ly reached the million, mark.
- According to the 1950 census, Las Flores had 24
dwellings and a population of 84.

CZ Hams Conduct
Emergency Disasler
Test Plan Today
. Members' of the Canal Zone A-
mateur Raditf Emergency torps,
will conduct a simulateu emergen
cy test ol tne canai .one emcr-
i The purpose of this plan Ss t
provide this area wun emergency
event of a disaster that might
damsae or- incapacitate normal
communication lacinues.
. The local Amateur, Radio Emer
gencv Corps (AREO is a group
of amateur radio operators who
have volunteered their time and
rartm stations to the end that tne
Canal Zone will never find itself
without communication as a. re re-si'H
si'H re-si'H of failure of telephone and
telegraph lines'," and is part of a
nationwide nreanization,
This simulated emereency test
will be one of hundreds of jsimv
lar tests beina conducted all over
the nation by local units of the
Amateur Radio Emergency Corps
during the weekend of October 11 11-12th,
12th, 11-12th, and the criteria of success
fnl nlannine will be the soeed and
reliability of communication under
emulated emereency conaiuons.
As a part of the test, participat participates
es participates amateurs will ordinate mes
saces addressed to headquarters
the American Radio Belay League,
in West Hartford Conn., civil tie tie-fpiwi
fpiwi tie-fpiwi dir!to"s will originate meg.
saces to FCD A, Administrators at
federal levels, ana ea uross
Chapter Chairmen will report by
radln to the American National
Headquarters, Washington, D. C,.
Frsmipnpies Ta used lor mis si
mulated emergency test will be
28.9 mc,and all amateurs are
requested to monitor this frequen-
t ii '" H
American Mleqe'
Of Suraeons Elects
Gorgasr Dr. Villett
. The American Collega bl 8ur
aiofta rir. Bernard L
Willett as Fellow of: the. College
o ito miwt rpppnt meetinK.
nv-iva -vww -ww
Dr. Willett is Actlnz Chief of
the Surgical Service aV Goreas
Hosnital. His election k to iei
lnn-ahin in the American 5 Col
loo nf Surireons is one of the
highest honors attainable by a
suraeon. Tne college ura oia-
st ftccreditinsr body for sur-:
epons, bavins; been founded in
1913.
-. ireilowshin In the College is
unrelated to certification by the
American Board of surgery, ur.,
Willett Is already a Dipjomate
of the Board, having received
his certification early in ; 1957.
He is -also a Diplomate of the
National Board of Medical
Examiners. r )
' Election as Fellow of the A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan Colleee of s Surgeons
comes only ta those doctors
who have i demonstrated the
highest decree of skill In sur surgery
gery surgery and has met with other
qualifications relating to the
profession.
;..!',,(:. '.vvrv'f : ; .i'mViiV
'Dr. Willett' has been on the
Gorgas Hospital staff since July
1955. He is a native of Newton,
Mass. He attended both Boston
College and Brown University
before entering Tufts College
Medical School whera he re received
ceived received his medical degree. After
a vesi's Internshlo at Tulane
iTniver.ltv h served a year in
the Marine Corps.

Cristobal K Of C
Council Winds Up
Fete Tomorrow

. , , . -, . ... ( .,
Cristobal Council 1689. Knights
of Columbus, announced today com
plete ulans for celebratmsr Colum
bus Day which will extend over
the entire week-end. Their pro-
Era m started last night, with a
memorial danceattheristobal
iioomTTbdaynhe' ColUmbQS
Memorial essays written by stu students
dents students in the Colon parochial
schools will be judges for winners.
Tomorrow,. Columbus Day, the
councu will meet at tne coco &o-
lOrLnapei tor corporate commu
nidn kt the 7:30 a.m. Mass. Iimne Iimne-diateiv
diateiv Iimne-diateiv after the mass, the coun-
cHiWSl go to the Columbus statue
oni Ctntral Avenue; Colon, where
they will hold a wreath-laying cer-
emoni. ,.,.y .(
tne! Columbus Memorial Essay
contest was announced to the pa parochial
rochial parochial schools in September and
wai open to students in the paro parochial
chial parochial ichools in Colon. The con contest'
test' contest' cbsed on Oct; 3 and many
well-wiitten essays were turned
over t the contest committee for
judein
The
ouncil's corDorate commu
nionvt(
nbrrow will be the first for
the c
ncil at the recently-open
1 at Coco Solo. The Rev
ed ch
Franki Fish, council chaplain, will
conduct the mass, council mem
bera vail meet in front of the cha
pel; at 7:20 a.m.
. ,, v
Weather Bureau
See Janice Soon
As
WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 (UPD
The--wither bureau reported to today
day today that hurricane Janice will be become
come become i north Atlantic storm dur
ing the) next 24 hours.
The lureau reported in its noon
advisor? that the hurricane was
located! about 375 miles south of
Cane Race. Newfoundland a n d
1 movinss toward the east northeast
at about 44 mph.
Jam'r4 missed the east coast of
the United States but was the sea
son's: m deadliest hurricane It
took the! lives of 19 seamen when
it roarel through the Bahamas.
? Highest winds of the hurricane
are now! aDout 85 mpn near tne
center aid hurricane force winds
extended! outward abo"t 30 miles.
The noon advisory said that While
the hiehl winds will die down in
rthe next pay, the area covered by
sale, wiU may increase some
what.
Mindr Mechanical
Failiire Delays
Mid-Morning Train
The mid-morning passenger train
from Cdon was an nour ana a
haK I" eiin arrivin? In Panama Ci City
ty City yesterday morning as the re result
sult result nf (minor mechanical failure:
A defitUve fuel pump witch In
th riin il eneine failed fa func
tion soor after the train left Gatun
sou hbousd. It ws necessary : to
send anther engine to the site
nd br.'t the train back e f'e
Gatun sktion. 'where it was held
r the s'n. of the northbound
train Tl? twa normally meet at
Gmboail tm&j&-WitiiKA
v Ai a result of the delay of the
mid-mirin train, the mid dy
trkin for Colon left the Panma
.- a ion out an hour later than
scheduler.

f AN AM A, R. P SATURDAY,

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RACK FROM THE BOOMS AND THE BOMBS Seen as they arrived back at Albrook last
Sithf after attending the USAT firepower demonstration at Eglln Air Force Base, Fla., are
m ?a rw t ro? Robert E. Jarrell, leader of the party, Ma. Marlon E. O'Quin, Lt. Col.
walte. L M-SJW Capt. Robert JJ Hale, CWO Thomas C. Gray, 1st Lt. DU H. Riley, Maj.
natah F 'ives Jr Capt JohiTB. GaJcesjr. and Maj. Fay G. Adams Adams and Garces
Ralph ?, ives, jr., Hi f tv,tt pnnvnir whlrh parried the Dartv.

were eaptain ano co-puu
'
Of USAFs

A!Brobk-CiccJi;kOm
fsi u. ,t -. '-w' ,-. 1 J Ht ",' v --" -V just where rioneer was headed.
' I "'t' ,' Dr. Robert Bennett of the STL.

A rroun of Albrook-based Air Force officers returned last night from an awesome dem dem-.
. dem-. rorp.J'. j .itin i.nni"of the LS Air Force..

9AtaMTwS Air Force Bise, Fla., Wednesday included fra-hlgh faSter faSter-In!
In! faSter-In! Msta bv Mveral of the swiftest planes in the world today, and air-to-air firing
than-eeund .l,J',JifcOT1, ?rMntlv hen knocklnr down Red Chinese Mi like

of the sioewinaer u
COtn nPAZTZfrtot
strated- in all their flame ana
!The Eglin demonstration was
attended by about 5000 invited
auests. military and civilian.
Leading the Alr0k party was
Lt Col. Robert E. jarrell, deputy
chief of staff, operations, at Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command head head-Quarters.
Quarters. head-Quarters. .
The party flew to and from
Eglin in the personal Convalr
of the commanding general or
the Caribbean Air Command,
vrai rnni Truman H. Landon.
The' Convalr was captained by
Maj. Fay G. .Adams, wun wvh
John R. Garces Jr. as his co-pj-
lot.
The Egtfn demonstration was
topped off by a performance
with which Isthmians are en enthusiastically
thusiastically enthusiastically familiar the
precision acrobatic demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration by the Air Force's star,
formation group, the Tnun Tnun-derbirds.
derbirds. Tnun-derbirds. 1
Last Armed Forces Day on the
Canal zone low clouds limited
the Thunderbird"' performance.
At Eglin a cloudless sky gave
them room for every maneuver
in the book, and' some which
haven't been written yet.
Most memorable moments oi
the show were the seconds of si silence
lence silence which followed the low low-level
level low-level flypast (or flashpast) ;of
the century series fighters th
F-104 Starflghter, the F-1Q5
Thunderchlef and the F-106
Delta Dart.
Arriving in uncanny silence
because they were travelling
faster than the speed of their
own sound, these fighters were
well beyond the bleachers be before
fore before the, thunderous comblna-.
tion of sonic boom and Jet roar
hit the spectators.
Next most awesome aispiay
ma the firepower of the 20 mm.
M-61 Catling gun, as carried by
the Starfighter ana tne xnun-
rfrphief. This six barreuea
weapon get away eoou rounas
per minute, of 100 rounas a sec-
ond A snort Durst bouhup "".c
car hitting a brick wall,
i The Etrlln shovr ledft with a
pair of RF-101,: Voodoo nhoto nhoto-reconnaisaance
reconnaisaance nhoto-reconnaisaance fighters brush brushing
ing brushing across the ton of the grass
at 500 mph directly towards the
packed stands, which they pho photographed
tographed photographed as they skimmed a a-cross.'
cross.' a-cross.' ', v- v: -'!:.''
, Less than an hour later a
helicopter was back from Er
lin with boxes i filled with
prints of the Voodoos' crowd
hots. Sneed In the darkroom
Is keening up with speed In
the cockpit. :
Then a representative array oi
veapons wai fired from close in

OCTOBER 11. 1958

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manT ofthe Air Force's latest
nf.
front of the bleachers. Climax
was the sharp, crashing burst
with which the M-61 demolish
ed a Sabre fuselage set up as a
target.
A vivid red Matador missne
was launched with a whoosh
and a roar and headed oil ior
its brief flight out across the
Gulf of Mexico, where a pair of
century series fighters caught
and shot it down according to
plan.
About this time the pilots of
the planes waiting high above
for their turn In the show were
radioed the latest missile Infor Information
mation Information Milwaukee's Warren
SpahH i'out-missiling the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 2-1 in the fourth.
This Information was greet greeted
ed greeted by bunch of sonic booms
of, so far as could be judged,
non-partisan nature.
Targets towed by Canberra Jet
bombers vanished in a vivid
flash as Voodoos and Supersa Supersa-bres
bres Supersa-bres bored in on them with
rockets and cannon. Among the
rockets was the Mlg-killing
Sidewinder, which homes on the
heat of a Jet plane's tailpipe. All
the demonstrations took place
within easy sight of the specta spectators.
tors. spectators. Pilots and scientists have re reduced
duced reduced their art to a point
where there seems to be less
chanee of missing: with a Side Sidewinder,
winder, Sidewinder, or any of the other
new weapons displayed, than
there is ef retailing a used
Panama Canal lock, even du duty
ty duty free.
A squadron of F-100 Supersa Supersa-bres
bres Supersa-bres demonstrated coordinated
napalm and racket attacks 1 on
prepared targets. End result:
much smoke, much dust, no tar target.
get. target. RB-66S followed up with the
neat trick of demonstrating
Indian Jailed
In Cristobal
For-petty Theft
. A San. Bias Indian, who took
a fancy to four women's under-
sllpt and a pair of women's ba baby
by baby doll pajamas, was Jailed for
ten days by Judge Loren B- HH HH-slnger
slnger HH-slnger at Cristobal Magistrate'
Court yesterday.
The man- Jose Lopez, employ
ed as a dock laborer, had stolen
these items from a box which
he had broken oDen on Pier &.
He did not state what he was
going to do with them,

ouper5or.lL ruiiumiy ijuwci

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non nuclear weapons was demon
night photography in shimmer
mg sunlight, as they dropped
flash bombs and flash cartridges
used in low-level night photo
missions. Each flash cartridge
provides 265 million candlepow candlepow-er
er candlepow-er and each flash bomb over
four billion candlepower. There
was no announcement of their
value at Fuerza y Luz rates.
Then came Gatllng gun and
2.75 Inch rocket attacks on
parked, obsolete bombers, dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations of aerial refuelling,
and soaring exhibitions of the
Low Altitude Bombing System
Whereby a bomb Js flung
straight up to hit a target wnicn
is straight down.
Modern warfare is not simple.
Strategic Air Command B-47
and B-52 atomic bombers flew
by in formation.' The B-52S had
taken off from Westover Field,
Mass., in the morning, aimed to
get back in the early evening
after mock-bombing a few ma major
jor major cities round the Southland
on the way.
Then came a low-speed fly
past by the USAF's newest strat
egic bomber, tne b-58 Hustler.
Low speed in the USAF'S cur
rent front-line equipment is
anything you can hear before it
is out of sight. The Hustler had
to drop its wheels and open its
air brakes to slow down into tms
category.
Then came the Thunderbirds.
The Eglin firepower dem demonstration
onstration demonstration was a manlfesta manlfesta-tation
tation manlfesta-tation of smashing attack ca capabilities
pabilities capabilities calculated to give
thoughtful1 pause to any mili military
tary military planner who might come
up against it.
' The timing v and presentation
of the show was immaculate,
With special credit going to the
anonymous weather officer who
did a notable job of keeping all
clouds put of public view.
AiorooK officers attending in
addition to, jarrell were Maj.
Marion E. O'Quinn, director of
transportation, Caribbean Air
Command; Maj. Albert A. Tis Tis-one,
one, Tis-one, director of the budget, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean Air Command; Maj.
Ralph F. Ives Jr., deputy com commander,
mander, commander, 1978 Airways and Air
Communications Service Squad Squadron;
ron; Squadron; Lt.. Col. Walter L. Morrow,
deputy chief of staff, material
and Installations, Caribbean Air
Command; 1st Lt. Dick M. Ri
ley, management and procure procurement
ment procurement officer, base supply office,
5700th Air Base Group; CWO
Thomas C. Gray, supply officer,
US Alr Force School for Latin
America: and Cant. Robert D.
Hale, Albrook base operations
officer, 8700th Air Base Group.

Rocket Speeding
Through Space

On

Lunar

. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Oct. 11 (UPI)-An Amcr-,
icon rocket named Pioneer escaped the clutch of earth!
gravity today in the first free flight through space and
speed on toward a rendezvous with the moon.
Pioneer, launched majestically by the Air Force from
Cape Canaveral at 3:42 a.m., was performing almost ei
actly according to plan. All three main stages fired suc successfully.
cessfully. successfully.
. This hurled a 75-pound payload out into the void oii
its fantastic lunar mission. s r-
It should reach the vicinity of the moon in 2.6 oW
from launching. If it obtains the desired orbit around it
it would stay within 40,000 miles of the moon for at least
seven days' the Defense Deaartment sairl

j ?"? !"ou,r after ,aunchm9 was announced the pay-
load had broken free of the earth's gravity pull and wai
streaking through space.

Five big stations across the
globe and nine Minitrack stations
were tracking fioneer.
said it was hoped to get :a good
"fix" on the payload shortly.
At Jodrtll Bank, England,
scitntisti at giant raoio-telas-cope
rtportad that at noon th
moon rocxtr was about 30,000
mills abovo tht earth's surface.
The main objectives of the moon moon-81IOOI.
81IOOI. moon-81IOOI. were:
l. To get the rocket payload out
of the eai'th's gravitational field.
This was accomplished, and was
an historic achievement. It is the
first time man is known to have
overcome the earth's gravity with
an object in -space.
2. 1o colled scientific data dur
ing the 221,000 mile flight to the
in d:i rnd around; it u orbit is
achieved. va ."
3. To achieve proper powered
flight performance of the rocket.
4. To put tne payload m omit
around the moon, with resulting
scientific benefits.
Several things could happen
when Pioneer reaches the vicinity
of the moon if it does.
It cftuld go into orbit around
th moon, caught by th moon's
gravitation.-
It would scor a direct hit on
th moon.
Or it could tcor a ntr, or not
w Mir, .mist and wandr into
spec.
This was a crownina day of tri
umph for the Air Force and for
missile men everywere. tor even
if Pioneer didn't reach the moon,
it had achieved one of the major
break-throughs in space research.
Some 120 reporters and pnio-
graphers applauded Maj. Gen.
Donald N. Yates, commander of
the missile test center here, when
he appeared for a hews conference
with tests directors two rours af after
ter after the shoot.
Two months aeo Yates and otn otn-er
er otn-er Air Force officials had to face
up to the press corps after a moon
rocket blew up 10 miles and 77
seconds from the launching point.
Officials revealed that addition
al instruments have been installed
in pioneer to measure radioactivi
ty along the entire course ot us
journey to the moon.
The total weent oi tne in siru-
menti is 30 pounds, compared to
25 pounds in the lunar robot tnat
the Air Force attempted unsuc unsuccessfully
cessfully unsuccessfully to launch on Aug. 17.
The overall weight of the pay-
load was 84 pounds, but this was
reduced to 75 pounds when vernier
rockets on the payload itself .-vere
fired at 800 miles to stabilize it.
A scanning device to take an el
ectronic picture of the back side
of the moon's magnetic' field Was
retained.
Th Pentagon said th moon
satH't was thoroughly trlliid
with chmkalt and radiation be before
fore before th firing to avoid contami contaminating
nating contaminating th moon W It should
ttrik it. Th robot was official officially
ly officially namd "Plonor."
.The hoped-for moon satellite was
reported to be broadcasting on rre
cuencies of 108 and 108.03 mega
cycles, the same used by the van
guard and Explorer earth satelli satellites.','
tes.',' satellites.',' The Pengaton said the historic
Pioneer "resembles a hue top.
It said the robot, 35 inches long
and 28 inches la diameter, is re

FIVE CEMTt

Mission
sting at a rate of 200 revolution!-'
a minute. vj r
Sm i "sarin" rocket i j

M W control: t;e. .mloutr"V-K.

ttabiliiing rotation. ; ,r!
Th;,mosr important r.m.lning ."
perafon will th firing- bv
th robot is nrinr
th mon. m
Dr. Abe SUverstein, director of
space development of the new -National
Aeronautics and Space Ad.
inistration which has overall con.
W. i thfe project, told reporters
: 1 I1"SfU was success
mat each component worked
at
f ?ailLs11 three rocket stages
worked. The verniers, were fired
successfully on the payload and
the spin rockets also functioned to
send the package on a barreling"
path.
But Dr. Louis ri inn nrasirlmt
of the Space Technology Lab, in-
jvncu une uuie oi caution. He sld
me first slage 'programmed h' Ii
mat is, did not begin its northeast.
ern move quite as early- as it
should have.
As a result, h said, th pay. ;"
od did not achiv. h mtx- ?
imum scp velocity xpc'tad.
Th rocket had ban iml
orK tr of th
arm's pra-
vitional grip at
bout 25,000
mph.
If Pioneer ronttnnps
its ultima' success will hingj
largely on whe her it receive a.
signal from an eneinew in wn-

Hawaii, to fire the small reserva
rocket that it is hoped will eas

me saieiuie into an orbit of the
moon.
This impulse also could be sent
from Cape Canaveral, if the posi
tion were better at the time.
But the payload package also it'
equipped with a timer to fire the the-reserve
reserve the-reserve rocket if it fails to receive i
the signal frbm earth.
to til
Sources clog to th spac tt
Um4 m ...It..
- - --."-'-- ww, i r nT i.
chingts of a moon orbit war 70
to 10 ptrctnt favorabl if th
rockt attained fra flight.
The Air Force said an hour
after launching that "signals r
ceived from the highly-ins runfeht
ed payload indicated that Pione Pioneer
er Pioneer is proceeding on course at ap approximately
proximately approximately the planned velocity.'
This the Air Fo'ce said, is "the
first man-made object known to
escape the ear.h's gravitation
field."
"Interpretation of data received
is proceeding on schedule," the
announcement said. "However, it
must be emphasized that there
exist many difficult and time
lags in its analysis." ,-'
Plortar's payload was .shaped,"
ilk a hug doorknob. It was
35 inches long and 2 inch tn;
diamatar. A modal of it was
displayed at th nrws confaron-''
At 3:42 a.m. right on the sched.'
ule nose, the 88-frtot rocket rose"
from if s launching stand with a
red splash of exhaust and a
throbbing roar, ; i ,'!,
The "MooBBird"'' lifted oft?"
beautifully atop; a blinding whit
ball of fire and climbed majesie
ally into the black 1 but dear
heavens, It was visible for a full
two and a half-minutes.
Just before it vanished mens)'
the starts it was bathed ia a ft
glc-r that marked- th successful
ignition of th second stage torn
SO milM high la the sky. '

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Sir

w have had three days of cool weather and plenty of rain

on the Rio Grande that brought a flood from El Paso to Laredo
which too' many short cuts. Dropped eleven feet of water be behind
hind behind Falcon Dam with two flood gates open. Never heard of
north Mexico getting so much rain, and it hasn't let up. One
river in north Mexico cut right across the Rio Grande at Precl Precl-dio,
dio, Precl-dio, cut a new channel and rotated the turn.
The old heart has been acting up, so 1 went to the doctor
and, after a round of punches, he decided that twenty wonder
drug tablets at a cost of $350 should do the trick.
Fire fighters are in demand repeat demand and a heat
wave of over 100 degrees, while we had three days in the 50s.
Still petting my eyes'and hope to do better from day to day.
Thank the Hinkies for keeping me so well posted.
Pop Wright

Sir:

B.H.S. SCHOOL SPIRIT

Th letter from the BHS "Student" (Mall Box, Oct. 7), ex

pressing some uncertainty as to what is meant by school spirit,
rates an answer.
As carents of children in the secondary schools we have had
amplo opportunity to observe this "spirit" as interpreted by too
many of our BHS students and are completely in sympathy with
any decision made by Principal Hotz.
The prevailing school spirit at BHS seems to be that of
drunkenness and disregard of even elementary good behavior.
No matter what the function, public or private, athletic or
social, the natural high spirits of our young must be augmented
by liquor usually procured at the various dives and bistros of
the terminal cities. Witness the behavior at school dances and
the recent Jamboree.
The pace is set by student leaders, Zone athletes, our girl
leaders and sponsors, and aped by the younger group even at
the Junior High level. There is the motorcycle group and their
girl companions careening through the night between the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic and Pacific sides, stopping en route for more of the "spirit"
,'jo necessary to the fun and relaxation of our "hard-working"
'students.
There are the students who crash private parties, commit committing
ting committing acts of vandalism and petty thievery in the homes they so
rudely Hnvade. And places not so private, such as the Pedro Mi-
guel Boat Club incident this past summer.
I am sure "Student." with a little thought, will realize that
Il.modesty or the lack of It was not the issue in the edict ban-
ning Bermudas as school attire. The school decided some time
J, ago that Bermudas were inappropriate for classroom wear. The
ibdys were not -unaware of this rule when they flouted school au-

ifhn h, II7V,A than woe lanlMnor In cphnn EmrlT.7

!!! We think Principal Hotz is acquitting himself most admira admira-'
' admira-' bly in what must be at times a difficult and thankless job. He
I" should have our respect and cooperation.
And if we parents do not recognize the behavior of some of
pVillrirAn in the fnrefrninor. let lis ask ourselves where

our children soenri their time when thev are out after midnight

, on school dance and other nights. CertairJy not in the Zone,
where everything but the Diablo mess closes at 11 p.m. It fol-
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1UW3 billlt LllCJf iUUOb lC lu fftiicwi, tijr viivii
savory reputation.
Or parked in cars in unpoliced areas.
We have seen sons and daughters, often of respected fami families,
lies, families, passed out over tables in night spots, not only at Carnival
time but most any Friday or Fatnrday night, o' the year.
Hotz does not have jurisdiction over the behavicr of our
children after school hours or evenings. Put 1 am afraid "Stu "Student"
dent" "Student" had best realize that there is nothing "uncertain" as to
his authority the rest of the time. We intend to give him our
full cooperation at all times.
Concerned Parents

Ruarkous
Commenfs

FOOTBALL QUEENS
Sir:
Why no news pictures or mention of the real lovelies among
the football Jamboree cheer lerders? I mean our own dolls from
C.Z. Junior College. What cute uniforms, good drilling, and oh
those gams!
The BHS replacements are no imorovement over last year.
BHS may have th,e football kings, but we have the football
queens.
As for Cristobal well, they had lots of enthusiasm.
Connoisseur
(How about today's back pages? Ed.) (

FAR SIGHTED

Sir:
At dawn Nov. 30, 1901, in latitude 29 degrees 54 minutes
north, longtltude 18 degrees 49 minutes west, Teneriffe Peak,
Canary Islands, was plainly visible to my naked .eye at a distance
of 150 miles, hearin? 130 degrees. This is by far the greatest dis distance
tance distance from which the peak has ever been sighted.
P. Sklnly,
Master Mariner.

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By ROBERT C. RUARK
KENAI, Alaska I have just
speot a week end in the company
oi a fellow who might be the lucki luckiest
est luckiest young chap alive and, what's
more, he is by no means an oddi

ty for this community. r :-

His name is Jerry Chisum, and

he is 15 years old. He is lean and

well built, with crew-cropped blond

hair and controlled blue eyes. He

speaks seldom, and volunteers lit

tle, if any, information.

Jerry's lather. Jack, and uncle.

Mark, operate an earth-moving en engineering
gineering engineering firm. They are both re registered
gistered registered guides, run a charter air

plane service, and live almost

constantly in rough clothing. They

almost literally Hop in an airplane

to go to the corner store.

Jerry s the only boy (until a few
months ago, that is, when Mark

finally achieved an heir after 11

years of girl production) in his

family. Seeing his son surrounded

by sisters and female cousins, Fa Father
ther Father Jack started lugging the kid
around on hunting and fishint trips

when he was five.
He bears the title of Chief Guide,

and is ragged unmercifully by his
lather and his father's friends. But
the kidding is adult; there is no
hint of condescension in it. Jerry
is merely accepted as one of the
menfolk, and is treated exactly as
an adult.

This means he does his share
(and sometimes more) of the rough

work. No conversational punches

are pulled in front of him even

when the jokes get a little hairy

on the chest, and the language as

sumes a ruggedness not generally

associated with child raising. He

attends the campfire drinking and
poker playing. He hunts as a fully

qualified adult, and is the best

shot in the bunch.

Jerry has killed his bear and
more than one moose. He has been

flying an airplane since he was

eight. While he has not been per

mitted to solo, he will solo and

also receive a license as soon as
he turns 16. He drives a car very

well, and is an excellent camp
cook. There is very little of any anything
thing anything which demands mental and

muscular coordination that Jerry

Chisum can't do well.

You would think, offhand, that

a kid who has knocked around as

n equal with adults since he was

five years old would be spoiled

rotten. You would think that some

of the roughness of the bantering,

some of the hearty profanity, some

of the earthiness of man-talk to

pics might have affected him da-versely.

Not so. Jerry s voice it soft. He

seldom speaks unless spoken to.

He does not swear, nor does he
smoke or sneak a drink. I suspect
if he wanted to .drink, his father
or his uncle would give him one

and insist that he learn how to
hold it. il

I have never seen a better-man

nered, more self-effacing kid, nor

one more fully in command of him-

splf. At 15 he already has the dig

nity of an adult, without working

at it, or consciously attempting to

be regarded as old for his years.

Seeing young Jerry being per

fectly at home on a goose-shooting
week end, with men three times

his age, suddenly gave me a nos

talgic twinge. I was art only child,
and my many playfellows were a

flock of honorary uncles, who took
me to raise.

They cussed and fousht and

chawed tobacco and spit on the
stove. They dragged me though

the woods until I was dansed near

dead, and took me out on the wat

ers, and let me tag after them into

the poolrooms. They might have
sent me off to the bootlegger's to
shag a fruit jar of corn likkcr, but
they whaled the britches off me

when they caught me sampling the

brew.

As best I remember, I learned

no meanness from these rough

necks, and I learned an awful lot
of useful things. And, as I remem remember,
ber, remember, I always had fun, and didn't
need a switchblade or a gang to
keep my tortured little teen-aged

hands occupied. We wore blue jeans

ii those days, too, but they hid
not yet become a trademark for

,ie delinquent or the Prley nn.
I think that young Mr. Jerry

Chisum is a lucky lad to si"-h

a father to play with, and Alaska

seems full of similar teams. It s
a pity we don't have more of the

same in the other 48 srfes, even

at the expense of television and

the. hot rod.

Wearing the,Queen's Colors

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Walter Winchell In New York

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DbC MEETS DpO-Good pais ar Shadow, right, pet "dog of
Mr. and Mt. C. L Hudginf Welch, near Midland, Tex., and
Top, left, one of two prairie dog pets of their son, Lance. The
four-month-old, prairie clogs are kept in a cage with a wire wire-nrh
nrh wire-nrh botlom'so thev-rart't burrow their way out of captivity.

MAN ABOUT TOWN
Now tha' the Marlon Brandos

have .-.pu.ua ea omcialiy, it inay

be njteJ that he is dating Beverly
cook, librarian. .onwooa in insiders
siders insiders sa Joan Collins ignited the

Guy Maauons earthquake . B.
Bardoi's fiance, Sacha Distel, did

the miotown bo-tes with Ann Toss,
a Bn isn oriole. ("Really just

gaoood lriengs"). .Vvnne Sacna

was m New ork, Bngitte s store
was mindea by naid l ans sculpt

or Arnold Henn...fenny nerson,

one of the 'Miss Theingold' final

ists is being courted by a minister

from her home town in Conn. Acta

Don't Invies Gins Lollobngida
and Greek and M. Mercouri, Work

ing in the same film in Paris. But
not while me other is on the set:..
Wo ziz ftPout noveUstJIames Jones
arid the f bride? He luthfgFnpfO
H&.-e To Eierhl y'VApHispals
reDor that Ted Williams 2 It v e

$5,000 to the lady struck by his

flung bat. .One of the dolls ar

rested in tha. Park Avenue -Vice
raid is the sweetheart of a youth

whose mother is one of the world s
richest gals.
Congressional sleuths are get

ting closo to ihe mys ery of Mr.

Goldfme s 5770,000 in certified

checks the Dui Dose of which was

never explained. The story will bllinep to the Princenton Laundry.

a omic wnec u expioaes. is vt-

taire an I his dance partner. (Ac (Ac-ciden
ciden (Ac-ciden ally risgay). .. Comic Joe
ivcvii ..na i.ion e Proser blew
up at eaca other. Such hollering!
. .Chums report ma. iio.naid
Goldfino's daughter Cynthia and
comic Johnny nowara, married
for several years, have parted.
Lena Hume's song in "Jamica"
("iaKe it Slow, Joe"), has Been
bannea by two Philly radio
stations. .Esher Williams' ex ex-groom
groom ex-groom Ben Gage came out nis.
shell .o steady-date Barbara
Blakely ... Julian ml of westcnest
er petls Latin Q dancer Denny
Daie with posies n ghtly. .Ed Rob Rob-bins
bins Rob-bins of the Win. Morris Office and
Jacqueline McKecver are pretty
pally ix ah actress and hef agent
. v,Liberace is playing dueis with
planist -J met ;Anth&ny s f blohde
Erotica'? hast; sold about,i30000
copiesr but neither the "N. "Y,
Times or Tiibuhe list it in their
best-seller parades . i (Fear
censors??). .The 10th and 14th
Police Precipes congra ulating
Detective Chief .Arthur Schult Schult-he.ss:
he.ss: Schult-he.ss: A new grandson at St. Vin Vincent's.
cent's. Vincent's. .A gairment mfr named
Braumtem wagered $12,00C on the
Yankees io win the Series in 6
games. (He eot 7 mi Th

Yale Club of N.Y. sends its soiled

finia Warren, dghtr of the Chief
ustice pf he United Sta.es, mar marrying,
rying, marrying, a Washington newsman?. ..

From the column of Sept. 29th:
"Isn't the Navy sitting on the big biggest
gest biggest s ivy of the century concern

ing an a omic sub making an un undersea
dersea undersea voyage around the

world'". .From the Oct. 1st

gazettes: "The subamires Sea-

wolf has set a new world record

by rru'.sing submerged for 55
days ard still going strong the
President disclosed today."

Cafe Society circles will enjoy
the news about a tall, handsome
Canadian .;British Columbia) who
will soon be indicted here. Amaz Amazing
ing Amazing retard as a con man. Charg Charges:
es: Charges: Bad cheeks, grand larceny,
etc. .The Garso Kam'ns
(Rufh Gordon) are a the bedside

of their critically ill very young

nepnew in a Boston hosp. .Voyag
er oacK tiom Pareee say Franc

oise Kiagau and the groom she wed
last jpr.ng are quie.iy seeing their
solicitors. M6n Dieu!. Police

niclcMi ud Vincent squiilanie (Ji

the Anasiasia Murder Case) be

cause .nev heard he was in the,

adiajent barber chair when the

His; .ian was artiiiery'd. .fhey

Dut a new third act in the "Suzie

..oiii! snow last week. But in

COM ETA N0.3 NOCHE

UHEiiTINA
ADD A WALTER WINCHELL
ciders fear thev s ill need one.

'I mp 4-ciaV showine ot the- Billy

Graham iilm. "The Heart Is A

Rebel," was a box-office loser at

Carniego Ha

Hottest Scandal In Town: Those

newsDaocr stories abou, tne

vate detectives (to shadow jthdr

night club playboy players) mit.
tori thp nni shout thiv female Dn

vate sleuth hired to tail (hat

.eam's !:inners. (Joe Page wooed

and wni her at first sigh,

The Ifheis B-Fnends sell are
eoine out of their minds; since

the Taw c racked down on toorno

oeddlers. . .The wildest parties

(with h "smarted" chick in
;own) ate held almost nigh'Iy in
a Don uincer's East 62nd Street

pad. .One ot the loudest tjV. quiz

w'tnesse? i in for more headlines
when his frau finds out abput his

Romeoini with 'heir maid.

11 1

The Seal Eslate Board seeks

new quarters because it can't af

ford he increased rental demand demanded
ed demanded by tne landlord of its present

qsaneiM on East 41st. (Hilarious

item, wot?). .For une man's

November number will include a
niece on the tv biz. The topic "un

sold time." Too much of it,

they'll report). .That was Bar

bara Hammer, dghtr of the U.S.

Ambaasador to Egypt, with the
Chilean Ambassador to the U. N.
(Raoul Alounnte) sighing wi h the
fiddles at Mcnsignore. .While
Gary Crosl-v's in town 'he lady
who'll miss him most on the coast
will he Paty Duncan. . Crooner
Andrew Philllpe, named as the

fiance of Jo., sianne Marian Ber-

enger, ex-flame of Brando is ack ack-chellv
chellv ack-chellv F.vereit Cooper Bklvn
(USA) boy. .Rock Hudson's div
orce will make wife Phyllis

wealthy. She gets $12,000 per

annum plus a share in any inde
pendent company he forms.

a rack that couldn't crow

announced the dawn of tele telescope
scope telescope making. According to the

story, about ioob a uuicn spee spee-taclemaker,
taclemaker, spee-taclemaker, Hans Llppershey,
was at work in his shop in
Mlddleburg, Holland. By
chance he picked up two'
lenses. Holding them together
ha looked through them at the 1
weather vane on a nearby
steeple. The cock on the vane
appeared as big as life.
O Encycloptdla Brilannlca

One of the atomic submarines
that "went arounf the World"

did it for a lark .. .The skipper

of the SKnte wanted to nna'ify
for the Circumnavigator's Club...
In order -t. i do it he, went o the
Pole withdrew ten miles from
the Pols and then circled 'en miles
from the Pole .. .In that way he
way he went rround he world and

requestc: membership in1 that

club.

Kim S'snlev's expert playing 'n
the new Helen Hayes-Eugene O' O'Neill
Neill O'Neill hit should win pII he Best

Awards for accessing in a rup-

porting role. Kim once rolled
critic "fatbeidi," which most

are.. .Traffic-stopner: That 60 foot

color photo & the "Rocket'es in
Grand Central Terminal. .SMlnh
Graham" story, 'Beloved Infidel,'
ls been bought by 20'h Century
Fox. Co-author Is Gerold Frank,
Henry H"lt unVe'h It No. 24 h. .
How-FncyCn-You-Get? Mrs.
Richard. CMipdon Dome had
swank hrfctresier Claude come
to ma'cn the curved line of her
Van C!eef and Arpels diamond
necklaco be fof she went to a
premiwre.' Her husband is boss at
Int'l PMT .CO.. (.TV Guide had
to kill 750,000 covers of Fred As-

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WASHINGTON T Public office!

can be cruel. The flare of the Dub

lie spotlight can oistort and leavt

lasuiig inadows. It leit such sha

dows ob a man who worked hu

way up from pounamg tne pave
ments as a Brooklyn cop to be
mayor of the greatest city in the
worldr-BiU O'Pwyer of New
York. V. : -1':

O'Dwyer was U. s.'Amaassador

to Mexico when the Kfauver Crime

Committee hit New York end be began
gan began to probe wrnie of tne politicians
in power cluring O'Dwyer's admi
nia.rauon. 'ihe Ambassador flew

to New York, faced the TV came

ras and the cross-examination, of
the Senators. A lit of people since

men nave ngurea U Dwyer whs
guilty of something ; others they
won't' know wha. -
However, Estes Kefauver. the

man -who-did -.tha investigating,

is one who believes, in righting old
wrongs. He has now maae a s.ate s.ate-ment
ment s.ate-ment completely -clearing ihe ex ex-Mayor
Mayor ex-Mayor ot New York. - :

'"Despite the fact that many "pee--

pie mignt nave tne.idea thatiorm thatiorm-er
er thatiorm-er Mayor O'Dwyer was charged
with something before our commit
tee," Kefauver states, "I would
like to make it clear that this
was not so.
"During the Senate crime inves investigation,
tigation, investigation, so much was! writ written
ten written and said that many people got
the wrong impression of the role
played by Mayor O'Dwyer.

"I would like, therefore, to make
it clear' that O'Dwyer was never.

at nay time, charged with any-

uiing..He was merely giving .evi .evidence
dence .evidence that helped us with our in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. He was not under1 sub subpoena
poena subpoena and came voluntarily from
Mexico, where he was then terving

as our Ambassador, to give testi

mony Detore tne senate commit committee,
tee, committee, ', '
"OW investigation proyed, with without
out without any, doubt,, that there was a
certain amount of corruption dur

ing the "Mayor "O'Dwyer term of

oiiice, but I would make it clear
that nothing was ever proved

wnicn might associate him with
that corruption. v
'T believe, and have always be believed,
lieved, believed, that William O'Dwyer is a
honest man.'!
ROOTER FOR DODGERS
It was oncet said tha O'Dwyer
was forced tp liye in Mexico in
exile becau;. he didn't dare re

turn to the Uni.ed States. The fact

is he has returned to the Uni ed
S.ates frequently. I was, with him
when be came back to New York
the first time the Brooklyn Dodgers
ever won the World Series It was
in 1955. The Dodgers were two
games behind the Yankees., ,v
O'Dwyer drove out to Ebbets
Field no Police escort, not even

a limousine, none of the cheering

crowrlt.lhai anra linoH th ctrl. i

TabM vrnJJtvvU' ujiU; Hie KiaiaU"

s and, few people knew he was
there. ,,. .:
"When a man has attained high
honors," he mused, "he should ne

ver return to the place where he
received those honors."

Yet he did return (o root for

the old home ball team which
tha' afternoon proceeded to win.

O'Dwyer is spending most of his

time working for Mexico now.

"The Mexicans stood up for me

wnen i was aown he says. "1

want to devote the last years of
my life doing thines for them. I'm

trying to get a new process that

can turn salt water into fresh wat-

er for them at a rhan nHo

Think what that would do to some
of the drought-'stricken cities of

Mexico. v

I'm also trying to set a n aw

paent for them to preserve meat
and fi3h meal by radi inn ThWp.

no way of preserving fish and
meat in much of the interior of

MexicB today. Ii, we can develop
jiat, nun wnat it wui uo ior ae
uLAenoed bellies of the Mexican -cailunm."
; , r
So O'Dwyer flies up to New York
up to uhe city n uoea to govern,
ana quite unobstrusively works tor
Jie people wno oelieved "in mm
when the rest of the fickle world

uouoieu. :,

'HAPPY' WIPES OFF GRIN
Gov. "Happy-naDDv" "Chandiep

of Kentucky ain't gonna be happy

.This is the sacrifice he is willing
to make to, become President of
Jie United States. :
It hasn't been announced tn ih.

jworld as yet, nor even to the peo

ple oi Kentucky,- but their Gov.,'
A, B. Cnandlex, better know as
"Happyi1 plans detmiteiy ana ca categorically
tegorically categorically to throw-his hat into
.he: presioeoual ring. He is' dead deadly
ly deadly serious. He is so serious that
he .is ttuite willing to wipe off that
caontagious irin which won' him
the nickname ? of which he is fa famous..:
mous..: famous..: :hh V-vis

Plans W; clutch the coattails of
ffen. Fster "thor of "My
Old Kentucky Home."
It's supposed to be a secret, but
STSf4- ify ; 1 ,tMch 'uPPorterg
pf Chandler met in the Henry Wa
terson JIptel in Louisville to plan
a careful. campaign to make Tiin
vice, president. They felt .that the
Democratic Party would heed a
bridge between the north and the
br& Chandler wej the
Since then, jsrith tte segregation
"sjeecomlnj: more important
tnt J00 r, -third-par,y
bolt in the south; Happy's eohorU
toW.-11 sihey now
Morn the Vice presidency.?. They
believe that nothing short of ihe
JfiSfT? y li g00d enoughfor their
n7 bas m ft fact
Lf.Hhere, "Z H'000 inte integrated
grated integrated .uto;-Ktatuckjr. KbwAi the
L Mi8sue, is qutet and south
would welcome a southern can can-dida
dida can-dida e who is a moderate.
. EXIT BUFFOON
rh?iic .lef ob8tcle, however, 4s
Chandler's reputation of being ar
buffoon. Some DemocraU still re"
iHemJeu "l1 Priceless parade
tTuuy WW ound the Con
Hilton Hotel in Chicago in
1956 when he flaunted a sign ad.
In8" ,1nie & Pu Mam.
WhUe Happy's buffoonery "has v
been Tinders ood and condoned, la
fact appreciated, in Kentucky, his
backers fear that it would not zo
down well in the nation at large.
A President of the United Sta es
must be solemn; dignified, and
distinguished, :
Hence1 the lah to make Happy
the patron the arts, the iham.
ptn ofifStiphent rFos ef" Prepara Prepara-tiOns
tiOns Prepara-tiOns -ar; therfnr tnM ni...

dieri to play an important pari 'n
the dedication of a new smphi.
l5 Bwds'own, Ken ucky,

r.iivu oicpeuen r osier visited
when he wrot "Mv nirf v.ni.i,,.

Home.", , :

The state of; Kentucky. ha. m.t

ip part of the money to build the
amphitheater and Happy's old

rieuu, vamenne Conner, ywbom

... c "k national com-
mi.teewoman from Kentucky is
drawing $800 a month plus $300
expenses from the state to pro pro-Happy.
Happy. pro-Happy. ; r
Mrs. Conner, one of the most
attraetiv 1ariU

, UCIIVULKr, WHO
bef tmJ Mr- ThM- H. Melnnerney
wife of the chairman of National
Dairy Product, later Mrs. Har-y
Goe i z, wife of the motion picture
producer, is now divorced and free
'o promote her friend and benefac benefac-tor
tor benefac-tor Chandlr in his quest o' he
gaden reputation "patron of the
arts.

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in news arid entertainment
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN, INDEPENDENT PAILT NEWSPAPER
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) t ' k t If' r, -BVGUETION
AWARD PRESENTATION Kamiro Sanchez, a
Xurniture repairman with the maintenance .divislpn, Quater-i
master Section, United States Army. Caribbean, is presented a
cash awarder a beneficial suggestion he made which -will save
jhany ro&n hours and experidltureVof funds by its adoption. The
award-was made by'R. H. Carpenter, right chief, maintenance
division,. Quartermaster section, USARCARIB, in the presence
nr onrn stanip left.:! foreman. Allied Trade Shop,Corozal.

Sanchez has", been n. employe' of .the. federal .government tor.

.nine.years.,,i-.;-i-,--M-.'

' :. ..'.V .'.''' ' ''" ' l" JJi JKL' J
llf V by Erkiner Johnson H 1 I
M j fi Statf Corntpendtnt I r I ffr 1

1APA President
Hails Argentina r
As Sile Of Meel r
" BUENOS AIRES (UPI) The
InJer-American Press- Assn. set settled
tled settled down Jo committee work to today
day today in its attempt to promote in increased
creased increased cooperation- among the
mass media of the western hemis hemisphere.
phere. hemisphere. : v. :
- The tlAPA's 14th annua! confer conference,
ence, conference, attended by representatives
of 600 U.S. and Latin American
newspapers, opened formally Wed Wednesdays
nesdays Wednesdays win a welcome from
Argentine President Arturo Fron Fron-dizi
dizi Fron-dizi and the annual report frpm
John O'Rourke, IAPA president
and : editor of the Washington
News. . y.y--.
O'Rourke hailed the success of
a decade of efforts toward hold holding
ing holding the meeting in a free Argen Argentina.
tina. Argentina.
"Today we meet in Argentina,
the guests of the free publications
of Argentina celebrating the re re-urn
urn re-urn of civil liberty to this great
and handsome country," O'Rourke
said.':,,... ,. .
"I am sure that I express the
feelings of all of us, from all
parts of the hemisphere, when I
say that We are proud to have
had 'a share in the opposition to
Argentine dicta orship, now hap happily
pily happily overthrown, by exposing to
the world the ugly face of its
tyranny when;' the free men of
Argentina- were unable to do to.
In his welcoming address, Fron Fron-dizi
dizi Fron-dizi said if was a ma'ter of grea'
satisfaction for Argenina to have
been chosen for Ihe IAPA meet meeting,
ing, meeting, as a "country where' there is
the most abolsute freedom of the
press, wi'h full "liberty to gather
pnd dVribut news, to express
ideas and to judge the acts of the
govern ment. A
O'Rourke echoed charges heard
throughout Latin America tha
highly industrialized naions keep
down the p-ices tv Latin Ameri

can 'raw materials, and conse-

ruently force countries in South
America .to remain poor, v

NAPA. Calif. (NE A). -The

men.a ion oust flloom" is on jwe
araoe af e-- the long, hot summer
nd the haversting has begun' in.
lush WW Valley, the nation' fine
1 wine 'cellar." 4Hic I ;
'But. there1 ; something new- on
the vins in Kana this lall." A Mm
. company in the' vineyards -an w
ihe w ner,s. snparing a story, ar
tout -.gropes, fcurshing people. A
f, movie hou ?i a jfamuy ; saga tha
may 'evett Convince-; Tennessee
Willia-m? ihe south doesn'i -have:
an exclusive lease; on. decadence
., aUTs 'mi
t I'm kidding about grapes, crush crush-iiag.
iiag. crush-iiag. fkvl
THAT-THE -StORY; "iin ; a
fandc ilfcg8teJinsC- Boekud-
J JS-V.- tun 1 m .- tnnA.mad Vine-

ffiffi. selling (thcold

hnv 'hoi' "ru'ts-o-?;bboi?!WOTS

jrin ?nml.ibit!oni xpo:ing some

lovelv famiiv blckmal and cms cms--
- cms-- ing thsMinal destructioni -vof a
vinter's eiBpiir-'nA(.'-f'ts
P But this- family Rambeau
family of- grape-groting Califor California
nia California before nd after proh)bi'i"n
is rich WCft iartd ha?s some something
thing something new for thrmev' in these
days of down :on the- farm ;tnd
up in the garret poverty. r
ROCK HUDSON as si rebel, "an
Hlegitifiialv son bobt, Is some something
thing something different, 0o-a role The
Big Roa't .beamed .to me about
-over lunchton. :- ;.'':-V'V'
"It's 1 1an'-t bonestvM'evable
character,! he told me.. "I can't
exacUv8-1 omnlain ahout 'the foies
I've had,,' .but 5 'here are many
sides to human being 4 and

there1 seldom a :bad,!side to n
character I've played. .I've been
the holiw '-: than thou iid all

enodn!FS-rd:c-tbng;H happens.

Man. in is. pictnreyerything

ha'W.S..v.,!: jH-:.i"
The-e ire scenes fo Hudson,
like mealing Jean Simmons for
theirstimc? ? o?iprucerwriter
Casey -' Robinson's X sta direCr
tions, irHc Ioks-at her with a look
, which '"has the ;torces;c physical

AND blALOG 'or ? Hudson In
another cW.. with i'Jeaii'wlio- is

his lov'e for ha. and his illegiti illegitimacy;
macy; illegitimacy; "You mean," he says, "you
would like ,o use thai word which

describes the 1 na ure of my birth
and perhaps oi my character?"
It's a' Rock Hudson of a new

vintage in "This Earth Is Mine"

and his tnthusiasni for the role
explaniS, in a way,1 why he re refused
fused refused to give Universal-Interna

tional Studio an added year and

a half on his contract as U-I's
terms'for loaning him o M(JM for
the title role in "Ben Hur.V Hur.V-.
. Hur.V-. Confiikd Hudson: v:.;&,;iV,'v
"Ben Hur". was like all the roles
I've puiy"i All goodness noth nothing
ing nothing e,vcr happens.'
.;-' ? -'-r --v. y' '' -.,
, THINtrS HAVE been : happen happen-o3orHud;?ever
o3orHud;?ever happen-o3orHud;?ever since
hCirrod hn this1 'coastil vhl'ey
town1 of 19.000 population. 40 miles

north of San Francisco.' And K-k
Douglas isn't going to be happy
about one' thina-the words on the

marquee ot Napa's largest Tneat-

er. THe sK'ts reaa:

"Supcis Spectacle ,"The Vik

ins-." ;

But out in. iron'.' tne "Ugnts are

blinking' Nana Welcomes nock

Hudson and the rest of the crew.;'
VRcbt of the crew?" Hudson

winced as we drove pas' the the

atetrl 'I' wotier wha Jean Si"i Si"i-mons,
mons, Si"i-mons, Claude Rains Jhe plays the
natriarch:. Dorohv1 McGu-re,
Kent Smith and Director Henry,
King thinfe ; about their billing?p
HUDSON WAS trying to Slid a
Nana steak house ha had heard

about from the crew. He had just

cnecKau in at me iocai nospHPi nospHPi-"cominsr
"cominsr nospHPi-"cominsr alone fine" for a doc-

to's 'ocit at the fcot infection, fiif-1

fered while skin d l y l n g. uu

stj2ners vr get lost even in a
small town; like Napa, i ; ,-,
, ,-, We got lost Hudson was dr'v dr'v-iiig,
iiig, dr'v-iiig, yu'.--tinderstand-Hand -finally
w 'linllAd in'o a drive-in r"au-

rant to a?k ior directions. There
"ere no o, rv-o"s around, but ,a

flrig saidj. f-'Blink you headlights

fftr service ...4,

IV w'a'sr hieh noon) and the sign

twas-a cue .l couidni; resisu.

"B'in your-eyes," i Kiaaea
BoUywou'1 No. 1 bxo-fice sir.
1 didn't notice, whether- he did.
but .a pre y 'iarh"p apnearftd
froni somtwhere and we got ;the
direcMons. fnd I hone she recOV""

ers from the Rock that stunned

YOUR tFIRE WEEK. HOMEWORK
Score Your Chances On A Fire
p At Your Home

AH Canal 25one school children (Grades 1 through 6) have
been required to fill out the following Questionnaire on fire haz hazards
ards hazards at home. i v
Children have been requested to ask their parents help.
r,Thla is a cooperative effort of the Canal Zone schools with
thevCanal Zone Fire Division In observance of Fire Prevention
Week, October 8-13. x Vi
Clip this questionnaire, fill Jt out, and give it to your
teacher;. ;v .. .-,
HOUSEKEEPING HAZARDS
- Yes No
1. i Are storage areas kept clear of rubbish?'; s
2. Are polishing rags disposed of or prop-
t -erly stored ..v......-....''........
3. Are oil mops kept in safe, ventilated
: containers or places? ..x... -...
4. Is gasoline or other, flammable liquids
- used for cleaning at home? ..,...

: 9.

t

' COOKING HAZARDS:
Is grease permitted to- accumulate on
stove? .... ;v.v.i

Is kerosene or other flammable liquid
ever used to start fires? ;;..........

Are., clothes kept away from heater in
dry closet or dry locker? ;...i.,. ..v,wj
Are curtains, towels an dother cloth-or
combustible materials kept away from
stoves and other sources of heat? .
' .- --. ,-t' .-, :-...'".-;-. (
MATCHES AND CARELESS SMOKING
Are matches kept awajf from young chfl- .(

uren t (ia ... ,. .... ..fc, v

i-com-

nn

Officer Reserve
Momiv To hiah school erau

tes p" seniors who want to be become
come become Navy admirals.
The N'vv announced ,this week
that apolicanfs pre being accent accent-tfr
tfr accent-tfr ha Naval Reserve Officer
Training" Corns, pne of the sn-

ni" stones toward maKing nag
rank.

T,!"h school graduates and sen
ior? between the ages of 17 and 21
tnflVaonl" hv contic'n? their rin
cinals at Balboa or Cristobal High

School. ,. ;

Annlicat'ons must be forwaraea

timp to arrive at the Navy s

Fxaminine Section in the states by

.rttr'. -Jlon annlfcnnts; will be held
op. Dec. 13. the Navy saM..
Ahnnt i 800 vouths will be se

lected to beein college under the

djtales mav nictc anv u.a. coiiege
v'lr- NR'OTC nit.
, Tht -Navy furnishes all tuition,
fs ini books and orovides stu students
dents students with, ah artnual $600 retainer
f.rv fiiir. vers., Gr4uates are com com-nis;ne't
nis;ne't com-nis;ne't in the Navy or Marine
"rj t"d go on active duty with
the fleet. ,,

j ; :
Army S'rolus
eni; Ta Re
colk Bu Bids

Is every room equipped with non-

bustible ash trays? . ; . . . "i
3'. Do all members of the family make
' sure cigarettes, matches,' etc. are out be before
fore before disposing of them?
4. Does anyone at your home smoke in
bed? ......
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
1. Are qualified electricians, only, used for
electrical wiring and repair work? .....
2. Are all electric appliances properly test tested
ed tested for fire, shock and safety?
3. Are there enough electrical outlets,
. at home?
4. Are 'multiple outlets used for appliances?

5. Do electric irons have metal stands? ..
6. Are all extension cords kept out in the
open? T" ,r Z 7
Score yourself as follows: Excellent AH or majority yes
Good More than half "yes"; Poor Less than half "yes."

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(Grade)

(School)

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FOUR SEWING MACHINES "were presented yesterday to the St. Joseph's Social Center in Colon.
The gifts came from numerous donors in the United States and were delivered through CARE,
a Drivate. non-profit U.S. welfare aeency. Pictured above are Father John F; King, receiving the

machines on behalf of the center, and John Ed mondson, chief of the CARE Mission In Panama.

Guests of honor at the presentation ceremony were the Governor ox colon, jose Maria oonza-.

lez and U.S. Consul Bainbridge Davis (extreme left). The presentation coincides with National

Sewing Week which is currently being celebrat ed. The sewing machines will be used for an en enlarged
larged enlarged training and instructional program at the Center and also to assist the needy in Colon.

present but not pictured were Miss Maria aei carmen Morrei 01 me einger agency in vuiuu

and volunteer workers at the Social Center.

Ike Completes Shakeup
Of White House Staff

'A iale of salvage and scrap
itenis including a 1951 Chevrolet
'"Md: has been arranged by the
U.S. army Caribbean Property

Bisoojal Office, CorozaL Sealed
bids, hri Quadruplicate, should be

submtted and will be opened at

9:30 am. Monday.-October 13.

rhlr articles ranee from plumb

ing equipment, to electric and ke

rosene refrigerators, included are

urnitire. tires, typewriters, nyl

on ; pa-achutes and bakery equip

ment, various- airplane pans aiso

are among the items offered for

biddink. '.'; si

disturbed by l3 MJba;-fe-- f a few seconds.

Sludefiaker-Packard
Unveil Kevf Small.
Economy-Size Car

SOUTH BEND,' Ind".- (UPI)
S'udebaker v Packard,' catering to
the growing market for small cars
and is own .ailing profit columns,
unveiled its new, small, .economy
car. 1
The 1933 Lark, shorter than nd
ramnptitnr" nf American Motor's

Rebel Six Rambler was previewed

by newsmen here yesteraay.
Company President Harold E.
Churcnill said the Lark; was de designed
signed designed to put Studebaker-Packard
in th" black'- for the first time
since llic merceir. which: created

the firm in 1954. He refused to

predict when profits would begin

Dealers nave v already : ordered
Larks totallina more hac half of

the company's production of 49,000
uni's f all models during the 1958

-model year Churchill said.
"The new Lark is tout to capture
an imrhjrtant share of the fastest-

growinf wgment of 'he American
aiitn mobile ,m a r.k e t,'" Churchill

said. 1 .

"The,, demand is there and I be be-lieve
lieve be-lieve we a e going to get a share.
The ovcrnieht success of our

Scotsman last year confirmed our

belief in the soundness of the ecoq
omy car market.", ;

OUTSTANDING i EMPLOYE HONORED Rlto C. Jaraine,

manager of the Fort Guiick se service suppiy cenier, re

ceives an Outstanding Performance certmcate irom capi.

James M. Hull, officer m cnarge or tne uss. Army v;arioDeaH
Atlantic Supply Office. Witnessing the presentation, from left,
are Gershom Williams, Antonio Brown, Vernon Grinion and

Winston, Williamson, all Quartermaster civilian employes.

Jardine wa4 honored for his outstanding service during tne
period nMarch 1957, to March 1958. A resident of New Pro Pro-Vindence;
Vindence; Pro-Vindence; Colon, he has 21 years of federal government employment.;-
; 1 (Army Photo)

MOT Ft PLANS ANNOUNCED

MONTREAL (UPl)Hptel Cor

oratios of America will operate
a 200-ioom motor hotel to be built

in ths Cote de Liesse road area

herefhe project will be financed

and bi'lt by Canadian men, mon

ey ani equipment.

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For the Best
in news and entertainment
HOG-YCN
1: 840 PANAMA 1090 COLON

THE SAVINGS BANK
. Institution Guaranteed by the Slate
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
.We rtlako loans with guarantees on first mortgages
t or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
109 Central 'Ave. at
- corner -of "I" Street :

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
! of 7th St.

0. A. De R0UX,
Manacer

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Sub-Manager ;H

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' IFrom 1:00 a.m. to 12:30 pmv
SATtlRDAYS: from :00 a.m. to 12:00 boob

WASHINGTON (UPI) Presi

dent Eisenhower virtually' com completed
pleted completed a shakeup of the White

House staff yesterday by nam

ing Gerald D. Morgan, his special
counsel for three years, as the
deputy assistant to the President.
The President chose David W.
Kendall, prominent Michigan Re Republican
publican Republican and former general coun counsel
sel counsel of the Treasury, to succeed
Morgan as special White House
counsel, effective Nov. 1. For a
time, Kendall was associa'ed with
the la'e Sen. Airthur H. Vanden Vanden-berg
berg Vanden-berg (R-Micb.).
I
The White House reorganization
was prompted by 'he resignation
of Presidential Aide Sherman
Adams. He announced his depart

ure Sep:. ZZ because of the furor
raised by dr closure of his gifts
from Boston, indusWalist Bernard

Mai. Gen. Wilton B. Persons,
who he1,.! 'he post given to Mor-

gan, was sworn in, to succeea Ad

ams as the resident s top assist

ant.

Eisenhower previously named

two other deputy assistants who
will rank sl'EhHy below Morgan.
They were Robert E. Menriam,
in charge of governmental, affairs,
and Bryce N. Harlow, in charge
of conrefKinnal liaison.
Donald Paarlberg, former as,
sis ant secretary of agriculture,

wa sworn in yesieruay as we

Presidents new assistant for eco economic
nomic economic affairs. He succeeds Ga Gabriel
briel Gabriel Hauge who recently resJi?ned
t become a New York bank of official.
ficial. official. Eisenhower congratulated Paarl

berg af-er the swearing-'n and
told him, "you'ire out of farming

now and vmi're a city ooy.

There still are two vacancies on
'he ctafc for Ho"0" and Senate
liaison men who will work under

the depu'ies. These posts were ex expected
pected expected to be fiLM shor'lv, rom rom-pleting
pleting rom-pleting rpor"Enization of tbe Pres President's
ident's President's staff.
Manv of the men now surround

ing ihe President have had lon

exDeriera in dealin? with Lon Lon-eress.
eress. Lon-eress. This concentration of legis-

jptive liaison officers a: the top

of the staff indicated a new drive

hv Ei.wh;wer cement rela

tions With the House and Senate

in- uje reiiytining; two years, of the
'President's term.,
Sucn a step could have double

signmcince n me poiiucai puu puu-diig
diig puu-diig are right and the Democrats

increase -heir majorities in Con

gress in the November elections.

Persons, as Assistant to the

President, will draw an annual

salary of $22,500: Morgan, $22,

000: and Kendall, Merriam and

Harlow, ?21,000 each.

American Brothers"
Are Charged With

Smuggling Arms.
BELIZE, British Honduras, Oct.
10 (UPI) British Honduras to today
day today gave brothers Eugene and
Michael Maestre of St. Peters Petersburg,"
burg," Petersburg," Fla., one year to sell their
companies and leave the country.
The Maestres were accused of
smuggling in arms which were
then trans-shipped to the Cuban
rebels.
The brothers own a saw mill
and cigaretie, candle, soap and
furniture factories here. Actihf
Governor Thomas Vickeri gave
them until October 1959 to sell out
and leave.

To You Who Have No Church Home;

! ,4. jt valine, itll "r

: Periiap your no longer .believe ,your child childhood's
hood's childhood's religion and yet you would like a church
, where i your mature religious thinkiwt Is en
couraged. ,You want your children, taught art.
understandinft and .acceptance of life as good,
a religious education they will not have to un--,
learn as they' grow older, without ituilt and
fear. You also want them to have friendships'
and group life with others whose religious ideas
they can share. You would like it for yourself.
We suggest the Unitarian Church.
Christian in spirit and origin, the Unitarian
Churches accept the methods of modern science
as the best approach to truth in-, religion just
as doctors find it the best approach to truth In.
medicine. We respect the Bible as the literature
of an ancient people, not accurate In all re respects,
spects, respects, but helpful for the spiritual life-, as
much other literature also Is. With Jesus as
an example of what man can achieve in the
personal life, the Unitarian religion stimulates
independence of judgment and provides a fei fei-'
' fei-' lowshlp'for continuing spiritual growth.
. Trusting that human intelligence is our best
instrument for understanding and living the
good life, we find In the voluntary association
of the church a program for mutual assistance
toward a progressively bettter and happier life
for each and all.

WHY NOT VISIT THE UNITARIANS this Sunday
morning at 10:30 A cheerful welcome awaits you at
Building 362, Ancon Boulevard at Mamel Place.

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MISS PEARL RACHEL GREEN
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MISS RACHEL GREEN BECOMES BRIDE
JN STATESIDE NUPTIALS THIS AFTERNOON
Miss Pearl Rachel Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Car Car-Ids
Ids Car-Ids Plera. of Panama City, became the bride of Mr. Patrick
Comprelli in a nuptial ceremony at four o'clock this after afternoon
noon afternoon in Newark, N.J. .
, The bride was given In marriage by her brother, Jose
, Green, of this city, who traveled to the States this week to
participate in the wedding. Also in the wedding party was
the bride's sister, Mrs. Adela Green Rodrlguet, a former resi resident
dent resident of this city now living in New Jersey,
Today's bride formerly lived in Panama City and at at-tended
tended at-tended schools here. She and her husband plan to make
their home in Newark, where he la employed as an engineer.

rltlih Aid Stcieiy
Hit UfkOll lriy t
Memuets miu iit..di of the Brl. Brl.-tkii
tkii Brl.-tkii Aia aotiey we.-e gusiti J'ri J'ri-uny
uny J'ri-uny cockuii pmiy g-ven oy
the socle y.
Viilt Femlliei In Nltiregua
ittri. juriuu ilmroiu ror.ocs ror.ocs-freio,
freio, ror.ocs-freio, whose nusband is the Nlca Nlca-ntgUMit
ntgUMit Nlca-ntgUMit AmuMciauut in t'unsina.
tnu Mrs. 0cr Dunlelo Bsrrelo
leu n, wtie Ot me suou ary ul
the cmbisay, ire visiting their
tamiliei n iuansgua Nicaragua.
HeiplUl Pattenii
Inramed ly lend
A westeiii s ylu Orfiid uum Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air bate provided an even even-ins
ins even-ins ot entertainment this wweit iui

p.ueiit in uorgiu sp, inclun-

ea in toe nusicai group were s.au
Sgls. Juan Veil, Bill Cannon, Paul

A. Brown; Airmen hanx nunier,

Frni J. Koehling and Jim Till Tilling,
ing, Tilling, itnu lei'ii. at" Cnurles Tay Taylor.
lor. Taylor. Arrangemen s for 'he program
we.'e made by Mrs. Brit a A. Dunn,
uirec r oi me Cm ii Lounge at
Albrook, and the Red Cross olrec-

toi at Gorgas.

Charity Oance Plinned
Members o( Am gss de la Cari-

dau, a tiiariiy oii'iiuzatlon in Co
ion; have planned a dance, lor Oct.
111. 1, will oe iielu Hi I nc alruntters
Club In Colon beginning at 9 p.m.
Proceeds lrom the pv!nt will be

used to provide Chr.stmas gifts to

me poor m tne uoton area.

Return Home After Vlsis
Af er a brief visi on the Isth Isth-mu
mu Isth-mu Rev. inH Mrs Henry Cluvtr
retu-nod today to their home in
Csli, Colombia.

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curves of your body, eliminate the flat, unfeminine look.
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all your sports and casual clothes. Lightweight nylon
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Anartado PoaUl 63
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Each noMc oi Incluiioii in this
column ihoulrf be tubmitrtd m
tvicwrittea tvim ni 'miel
the ts numbai lut4 daily i ie ie-tial
tial ie-tial ana Orbsrwue." et delivered
k htnd t rhe office. Netwea ol
mtstlnas waatf b atet4
talrpheM,
Canal Zone College Club
The second regular meeting of
the seasin of the Canal Zone Col College
lege College Club will held MoDd.y
afornoon at the JWB-USO in Balboa.

Tea will be served at 3:30 p.m.,
followed by a discussion on histo historic
ric historic diamonds by Dr. Ignat Glatt Glatt-s
s Glatt-s ein, a local authority on gems.
All members and guests are invit invited
ed invited to attend.

H-C

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BROADWAY
by Dorothy Klllgallen

American Legion npst One
American Legion Pos: One of
TPnr. AmjHnr urill hatrp Q rpfflllar

post meeting Monday evening at

SprvpH tn nnct mpmhrrs hpw in

plican s and tamllies lrom 6:30 to

Members ar rrf.-inrlorl In Krlnn

small toys for the planned Chrlsf

nias party.

Is hmian Numismatic Society
The regular monthly meeting of
the Is hnran Numisma'ic Society
will be held Tuesday evening l
7;30 at the JWB-USO in Balboa.
Anyone interested in coins, dr
having coins they wish to have
evaluated are invited to attend. A
coin-triding session will be held.

GOSSIP iff OOTH'AM
Memberi uf the show world un un-erstand
erstand un-erstand lha "Red Skellon'l legal
baale wiih his long-time business
manager, Bo Ross, will feature
personal as well as financial mat matter.
ter. matter. Patrons who taught the scene

at Jul.ua Monk's Dswnsiaris
Room the other evening are s ill
gabbing a b c u t the unexpecved
show pul nn by Randolph Church Church-Ill.
Ill. Church-Ill. Fmed Sir Wlnstoc'i chubby
son made so much noise he all
but drowned out the entertainmem
provided by Bruce Kirby and Alice
Ghostiey The management didn't
call tho cops, bu short of that, it
was all i-atner unpleasant.
Inger Stevens, a Bing. Crosby
date before he, married Kathy
Grant, .alked husband Tony Sen Senile
ile Senile in'o a divorce by guranteeing
him five percent of her earninsi
until im
Nooonv on "the inside" In te television
levision television belir-ves ), the tale that
Jahnny xMa'his canceled out of
the G trry Moore show because he
wan'ed to plug his new record and
Garry wouldn't let him. Singing
his lites' platter' would have
been the most log'cal--ahd com commercial
mercial commercial -thing in h.e world, so
there nvw br a hidden reason the
pdpular crtoner didn't go on. N

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Louise, flake, one of the most
colorful playglrli of tha Lenora
Lemmort, ri, b:ok het leg.
Tha Utiti Casino in Philadelphia
has booked an. expensive floor
show for lilts' November Count
Basic ; with fony Bennett coming
in on vocals. '.
Jack IVmpsey flew to Miami
on a secret mission.
Errol Flynpli waxing an album
tLled "B:idy Songs of the Sauth
Seas," bui only he most conserv conservative
ative conservative numbers will be oh the com commercial
mercial commercial platter. He's taping the
farou" ditties for hU intimate
friends, tp avoid any trouble with
the censon'.
Dan Dfc'rey took Jane Kean lo
dinner at the Cub Room of the
Stork bolore yin iarewell. He'll
do "The Time Of Your Life" at
the Brusar's Fa'r,
White. Hmise insiders expect
Presirten Elsenhower 'o extend
an invitation to former president
Harry Truman aftey next Novem November's
ber's November's elections, thus ending a
"feud" of six years s'anding.
It may bp a highly, romantic
month for Harry KaH and family.
His datiguttr-Judy is scheduled o
be mvried o Paul Raffles, owner
of the Bloc Orchid nltery in Chi -a0,
and Harry looms as most
likely to- become the brigegroom
of Hrrv Coh'i's widow. Joan.
Get ready for another gang kil kil-lines
lines kil-lines in our niahbo-in state,

New Jersey. The doomed racke-

te-" initial are T.B.
Ballerina Nancy Crompton ex expects
pects expects a baby in February, There
may be interesting fireworks if

John Huston proceeds with his
olan to film the life of Sigmund

Freud. The psychoanalyst's heirs
are ready to do battle over the

Droiect.

A collection of New York's lead

ing Italians are tossing a lunch

eon rur'v it Romeo Salts' for

Lou Perini owner of the Milwau

kee Bravi-s .Mickey Rooney

Hrew plenty of attention at the

Little Club when he showed up in
a loud soorts shirt and hastilv
commandep-ed necktie, with a tall

beauty on his arm.
The WeRthimn'on Batch and

Tennis Club has decided to remain
open 'or pnrf of November o ac accomodate
comodate accomodate Sophia Loren, who's is

the mood to sojourn there.

Raymond Burt, who plays Perry

Mason mav need a lawyer in
private IUh -a little matter of a
local enirr'einer who thinks he's

owed $300 from 'way back when

both .vera doing b.S.O shows
Europe.

Evan tb closest neighbors of

Princess Grace and Prince Rain

ier nvt exBJaw what happened
to the loving friendship between
Their Serpn," Hi?hne and Hie

John Pochnas of the U.S. whs us

ed to be so rlae to th natae n

Monaco. .Eecardlng stars are

nrepar'ua thrir Christma. lists,.

Most of the important ones I plan

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80 College cheer
53 French river
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nine monlhs of li)58 issued pv the

Iron and Steel Board showpo to

day.

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Sufficient quantities of vitamins and
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your doctor, ThV ill I

to send presents to 750 disc
jockeys, ..
Chums sv hpr' nnlir' Ana

thing holding up the divorce of the

uan -loppings tne large settle settlement
ment settlement Alice ii riVmanriino Thlc

column': note on Geoffrey Hold Holder',
er', Holder', fascinating singing voice
result in Washing on, D. C,
booking. ".Further tip to imprea
arlos v Billy Ttylor.the cianists,
warblss Jimost as well las he
plays ;
Intelligence officers jn Washing Washington
ton Washington report that India's Nehru js

increasingly worried about the im im-porant
porant im-porant ric being played by
Egypt's Kasfer in tne Afrlcln
Asian piclure. Nehru, who thought k
or nimscli the key figure in th
area, may inske overture to the
Western Jpowe?s,. f r,
Lee Magid. credited' with dis- J"
covering Delia Reese, Al Hfbbler 1 t
and Ralnh Vnunff i harv tmm i

London with a new candidate for
Stardom-.- u rn-lv.haircH sinooi-

named MontV Bahson Ava DarH.

ner is among the ladies who got -his
message.

Announcing' the Formfif Treasure Chest

Four stores In Panama are
joining to sponsor a Formfit
"Treasure Ohest" fof their
clients.
Customer at Felix B. Madu Madu-ro,
ro, Madu-ro, I. L. Maduro, Jr.. Rhoda's
and Motta'e will be e able to
participate, with each purchase

of a Formfit brassiere or girdle,
at the regular price; they will
receive a key.
The holders of the lucky keye.
which fit into the. treasure
chest, will receive a Rift. There'
are over 80 Iteyg to fit tht
chest. .,;.;'' Advt.

For the Best"',. :"'
in news and entertainment
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEfEKPENT DAIIT iciWlPAPEH
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SATURDAY) OCTOBER 11, 1851
,
Theodore RoojeYelt-AmericaK 1$ t
Essay Subject For CZ High Students:
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Church of Chriit'

Sereicae Sunday 10,00 I
vlceVSunday 10:00
gundev M , r n
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Hen kwntft ..... v
1:0V p.m
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TIB ST BAWWl CitUHCH
m Ancon Boun
vard
Halinw
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111(11 W
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Mnndtv in anrU
UtriariU Avnu t 8irt
ijiol i m
s3 iwn
1 :4b p m
!W n m
, 1:00 pm
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vnim Worhlp i
,-.,tW..iiiiii Tud.V ,i
8X A BimbMnw''
Salvation Army
iNiii'.. timiiwllunal HvanialUli
MtUni
PANAMA CITY
Major & Mr. W. Bishop
U February Streat, Pbdnt j.MMOM
?:00 Bunaay scnooi
;30 Salvation Maatini
PARAISO, C.Z'. ;
Envoy & Mrs. C. U mttj
Guiana 8trat m.
liioo nonn
COLON CENTRAL
Sr Captain A Mrs. H- Grant
14th .Straat, Phone SI-74J
11:00 Hollnest Meat n f :
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meetinj
COLON THIRQk STRKBT ,'
Sr. Captain S. Tayl v
11:00 Holiness MetinV
3:00 Sunday School
7 .30 Salvation Meeting
SA1NBOW CITY, CZ.
tnvoy J.. OHt
8:00 Sunday Schonl
tiSO Balvatloo Matting
Union Church.
ialboa Road at an. PabloStratt
paitor't phont -tW
. churth pH!t..3l
1:30 am.v.Churh School W fret but
aarvlce, Claitet tot alt tl. ;f,r(lh
10:30 ajn.WPrihlp Sarvlct -Church
Time Story HoWvibr Klndergartan
ind Primary Chlldran;W Chtlrth-T mi
:30 pm. 1:00 Junior ih
Fellowship. ''''.iT; i'nlllki-.
T:00 p.mA-Stnior ,ttn rauowaMni-
"mwS V sni "r PH.r
Rav. Theodora It. rranklln P.,"JX.
Phones: pffjca, S-ZMl. H
"..'. .m" Church School Bus servlct.
Vrir Ipfsntsjipd small chl
SMW!i.m. Junior 'Fellowhlp.
A crimp He schert-le M ilIHrv ar
vtle and official maaln)
Itotinrtd from weeK i,wni
utv. waiKtr m
rift .470 Tl
Aldtr'mt, Paitor
p .7n Fta.-a.iw
a.aA mi Oiinrtav !.HAAI
fSfflolal mtatlnas and weep-da r
lti- s annnttni"!

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; Churcbtl tn( In tht CMl Zm. tad lha lermiMl '
WI rfttk W trtt Wt4kday at lha latrt at any knfa
M tht Mmlnt ItJMfdiy'i (ImmcIi at. fji -' r
MmltUii, iharch iatrtarti aa4 haplain ara aihta" f (afarrn th
( Pan mi tnrf Colon, Ktpublia la( Paama,;axtaiia' a waktaii a til
lima ta man and wamt o tha armed aarvicat. and Uivillaa naigb naigb-btrt,
btrt, naigb-btrt, M4t ad araMaav "",'
, At pukli Hr. f ht ra AriaP. Ultl ktlaw, daatwl.
MHppi. nafliai ( kauri wanhip n tthii rtiulai artlltla. r
llili r nfiUM ttMN tin ) tiaaa Oaitnatiaa aiving nly ;"
in r twi tiniMilliii dik IIOd vpiir- 'Otht (kMchai ft larvwat"
A lit lUting V tmlwJd) Hi iirvicii t Ary piiti, Aii fore iai
im Hmi intlw -

Catholic
:' it, MAKV'M CHtHtH llalbaa
undV MawatiMW. ;M M "!
- Hi Pa Maaaaii mw M4a I
and 1:00 p.m ; v
;onfaMniu aaiuioay. w
ina 7;oo to a o p m inunnai avinrr
rum rrday IN ta I W p.
Miraculout Modal NovaiM' ?6
onMnndayi
CaiachMM Maaa attat iht maw
Mlali fichaal Ituda Oluk IJU 01
fWadnaadiy v
Sunday Uaatat. IM. f JO di ajn am
Hol Dav mamaa' lilt im- anj I mi
'?uniloni. alurdai liiHI 10 tillO ana
t! : pm.thurodty bafnn ftri
VrldKU :l:utt.a.m.
arra naan wtvoiianti inw on
rm)t
vaiacniioaj vwati ana m.aiaa pjak on
rnuroay ,
OUH LADt 0 MTIMA-tirda
Sunday Mim al lifto tm.
uina
o'y
Holy say M
u at i.w p.m
tM (a il p.m on Mat.
tnnrtMinra
urdiv m
caiacnMia ciawi twroay t:au n n
141k
.- T. JOiKfy-raalo
dunday MtMat a T.00 and ;i a m
Holv bv Mm at 1:0V a 1
Waakdav Manaa: :O0 k m
Confomion' Saturday lit t :0 and
:30 tn 7:30
CatechiMn Clam: Sunday 1:00 to taxi
Mirtculou Modal Novtnti l p.m
nn rrldaw
pm :
T, VINCrP-Panama i-lty
Sundty Maa 100 and l ie t r
Unix, Ban Uuia 1 in tnH liUA
1II H fall en Inturdiv Uit MtMta arc
sOO and :lo am i-
OoMaationat Saturday 1:00 to l!00 and
JiOO to 1:00 am thurdav "t'ora firt
Mlradulpu Mtdai.hovtna and ta
Unni nf tha Cront. fr day 7:10 P.m.
Catachlttn Clawt Aftar 140 mm on
sundy
Convart Claw. 140 O.m Tuaadty and
at. THtRkiA toaoii
Sunday MaM iny
Hoi
ny pay m ;uv
t m lit i tail'
Rtt.iriUu t:SA a.m. I
vattcni'm ciaw im w
ConftwioiW! iW 180 ,?, u--
ill JOHA -AVTW?xr. U' A;U
Sunday Maa lu and a:M a.H.
ttul iiiu Mui I SA Man Thuri
r.i rtm fririav maMiP.Odam
Hnlv Dav Mtwaa' 100 a.m t; W
p.ni r f s;
'Coniamlonat'i so to lilo and 1 to
MVaM Mart." Wnvtr ftMst
P Calaihurn Cla 80 pm, on Sunday
HI rnfcnr-ar. inw
Cnnvarl Claw Monday t:IO P W
Sunday Mass. l:0o a.m
uni, hai, mm, t:3o o.m
. aatiiiuiav lifto ib i m a.m
thur.day.b.t;rt riM riday
Hacrad Htart Novtna' r un
Nov ana
pm on
frlday
Convart i. law
0:30 p.m oiv hursday
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$T JOSEPH'S CnlOn
Sunday Mascot
(i.45, a po and .11 i m
Holy
Oi
lay Masses' 5:4S ana
im
& afi n.m
Coiifewions: samraay :v
too to 1:00 p m
Miratulou Medii Novtnt Waflnttoay
:1 and lioo p.m
Sacred Heart Novetia Friday ( :1 p:m
Sunday Evening Service 7 :00 p m
Convert Class 7 15 om on Moridayt
anri Thursdays v
lataonium uiasa. ounuaj iu.ia p.m. v
U:4&.am :oo p.m to t;ira pro.
first rnaay exposition or m
rifkit rfiMakf .. v ynniiinn or mnni niwt.v
ed Sacrament all day Reposiiinn ai liso
a.m Saturday mornini
Flrsi asiuraa.v utvminns to mil
of Patlma Tha Ho.v Rosary 1:00 l
rirai tTAfnmuninn insiruciiona rnr vim-
dren Mondays and Thursdays a:tip to
oo p m
ItlRACUlOUB MKDAIy-CrlatAhil
Sunday Masses : 1 :00, 1 Ml and 10 :30 1 m
Holv Dtv Masses- ftiOA t'OO a.m and
lilt p.m
Cnnfesslons, Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
7 too to I 00 pm Aftti Rosarv each eve
ning.
Miraculous Medal Novtnrt S:l and
7:00 pm or, Monday
Cntecmsm Class- Ann a:ps atasa r
'Mnday ...
rirst rriaay axpnsition an pay ounnt
the School Year,
First Saturday I Mass at HOO IIP
HOLY FAMILY CHUB.CH fit Margarita
sunoay Masaeai t:iu, a:au, iiiau am
First Saturday Mtssi ...
Weekday Masses I ,
Sa.urday 7:00 p.m. t
Miraculous Medal Nnvena
Holy Day Masses' 1:31 tm
1:00 am.
i:oa i,m
f :M p.m
7:00 p.m
;ll pm
4:4S p,m
Confession i:4 pm tn
everv Monday
Parish Family Rosary arid
Benediction . ..
7 tot p.m
every wedneadey
pistusplon inquiry
Group
730 o m
?:0fl p m
00 pm
- very rnaay
tat. Friday
Devotions ,
1st, Saturday
Devotions ,t.
BT VINCKATS-Kainhow
City
npf :0D
Sunday Maratss
:30 tm
a.m.
Hoiy Day Msssts
p m
I too i m ml g:on
ConftsKinns. 4:00 to 1:00 and IM It
lioo p.m dst'irdsy
Catechism Class! 10:41 k m, an Bundk
Convtr Class., tvery Monday at fiM
i.m.
Miraculous
Medal Novanit
iKKI
p.ro
an Tuesday.
Bscrtd
Heart Povanat TiW pj,.pti
PrWt
V
Immaculate CoNcrPTioN-caidP
.iundav Mass' gilt a.m v
, Holy Oay Matti :tft p.m
1 Confession: 1:10 td 1:00 am n Mt.
. catniair mist' I'm pap Mi'Mnnnae
. our um w ,rroi cnuMifct
,.wy. -Ogmbae ,-'
Sunday Mtssts: 7:00 and 1:30 a m,
Holy Day Masstai tm ,m nd liM
?onfaaiona Saturday tt liocp.m gnd
aiier an tvenini aevoiiime, ,.
, Baptisms bv appointment,
- MlraeiirMlt Medal Nnvtn! p.m
nn 'ti'taday .if ;
Sacred, Heart Novena 7:00 p.m',: in
Friday,,''! "
Sunday School ; 1:30 pm. on Sunday.
Religious, Instruction Class (or CltM
H.WII, 1.W Htm, tM, 4I1UI1.UP7.
- Reliiioua InttrucUon for adult tCon
niietti in sptnisnii lioo .m an Mon-
da t, .,'
' Convert InstmcUona by appointment

Episcopal

Tkl Htbot Uaedta. .T O
fht Vary Htv. Mamerl 4 Pttamn,
' 4 .T.m Oaaa
tMtttA tJi
TH .CATHEDRAL OP ST UlKS
SUNDAYS 1
.10 t m Holy Communion,
1:11' ajn Chuiah Sohnnl IHol Cm
mumun Snl Sunday i
l.io ajn stnta vommunion ara pun-
" ' .. ..
KKvurii utmitiuvoi ... war sw
11 DO a,m Mumint Praytr ana Mar
mon Holy Communion hi punaty.
TlOB p.m (vaninp aarvioa.
' WUiNattDAYB
Holy Communion
tvtnmi Prayar
: HDLV DAYS
Hoiy Communion,
Holy Communion
OAILT
tS an.
J tbO sit.
l:oo a,
('to n
Ik a an Murnma Prayat : n
IPiOV Mi.'dtl Missionary Prtytrk,
totou
Church oi at Andrew
The Rav William W Baldwin,
Pritsl In tharia
SUNDAYS .'
Holy uummunlsn I JO am
Family Prayai and
Church School ) a.m
AISb Holy Communlan 2nd
Murnlni Pra.var Sermon UM a.m
Sunday each month.
noiy ,oibiuimoii -uu
COBOZAL
' Chapel a tha Uud Shepherd
Tbt Btv Clarenre W Htytt,
Prlaal In Chant
FRIDAYS
:U0 a.m Mornini rraywr.
(H.C ilnt FrldsV lach Month).
' i BAMBUA
St. BiMop'l thulch
the Rtv John ppear Prlasi In
Choral tuehirut Pd Bar-
Chargt
Sti.sllAY
man ..
ChMWh School .... .....
Episcopal Youni Churthman
1:00 ip
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
Ivansoni and Sermon
t:oo p.m
MONDAY. TUESDAYS,
)tnd FRIDAYS
Morning rrpyar ana nwi
bommumon
1:00 im
1 :00 p m
rVomin s Auxlllai
try, Ind and
WEDNESDAY! THURSDAYS
Holy Communio
lion I'M
ar ,...,t.. J tOO am
ir TiOQ P.m
Mommi Prayar,,
Evtnmi praver
tsiunvsii j
family tucnarin
Office oi Qompllna. ,(.
1:30 a m
1:00 p m
'nl LA BOCA
r.', mi PaiarV Church
Tha Rav. John Spear Priest In Charft
Mnrnlni prayai and cnuren
, School mm
mnn :st a.m
Confirmation" Class :J0am
Choral Euchirlsi ind Bar
Holy Baptism . -Cvensong
and Address
11:00 noon
, 7 ISO p m
7:30 p.m
MONDAYS
omens Auxiliary ...
fHURSDAYS or FEAST DAVS
Holy Communion
1:00 a m
PALO SKCQ
rhann df the Holv Comforter
Vtn L B Shirley. Priest In Charge
THUKSDAYS
, 8:30 a m. Holy Communion. 1
ErARUAHITA
of II Margaret
and Braxft Blvd
The Rev Jesse K Renew. Rerlor
SUNDAYS
7 R0 a m Holy Communion,
145 a m Morning Praytt tod
church School
11:00 a.m Choral Eucharist.
rHURSDAYS am HOLY DAYS
I 0 am. Holy Communion,
'( PAKAISU V
i fkt Rev AHan!B Wentt.
Priest in Cherdl,
, The Rtv,- David A Osborne,
yjjear r merlins
sunt'" jv;
iko ..".i, '-Choral Eucharist A Btrmor
930 a.m Infant Baptism.
4 .tn i. tihurch School i
i ne. a i ouiioiiia
5:wi u rn Youth
n ill rt ltafrill
Fellowship
ivftisona and Address
anl and 4th WEDNESuAia
I .top id womana NjMi"r w
Guild Meeting
PANAMA CITY
St Paul's Chnich
lilt v,.h lmnel H Shlnet. Rector
jptt Rev. Carlton O, Morales, Asst.
Hi. At '-
tM a.m. Itoiy jcomm.inioti -a-u.
. r., ,,.,. Riieharial A Sarmon
(ft: so. Morning Frpvit and Churen
lchooi
l'i;b iit Holy Baptism
7 'ft ni SolemjT Veaptff
AldltAVP
:M !1 Hoiy Communlorr
7:10 am Ivtnlrlg prayer and Sermon
WBDEDAYB
a :ov, oi Hoiy Communion -1-.W
u Evenlni Prayer
i'hUPJSiAY'g AND FRIDAYS
1:30 n, Holv Communion
HOLV DAYS
a m a m rioiy t-ommurion.
CriRIST CHURCH BY'THE-SgA
tplscopa
pat
. vpion, n r
ijippoilit Hoial Washington)
Tha
The Ray. Henry A,
av. iiamaa ran
tiamn rsiev rarpjiar. nmoi
liakt, aVSflltant
SUNDAY
1:00 l.m. Hoiy Communion.
:o a.m. Mornini Prayer.
9:oc I M Choral luchariti end Itrnipn
te.'to I., Church School,
7:30 p m.
Solemn Eytnaori and get
Communion,
ormni Pravar. '.
tiM t m, vtr
vtnlni Praylf.
",' WEDNESDAY
i.m. Holy Communio,
orning rrayer.
.7:10 a m, IS
lyaning Prayer and Barman
" v PR1DAV ,:;i''' :
7 00 m. Morning Praytr i,
J oo a.m. Children's Eucharlai
iOO imp, Kvenlnp -Prayer, -
., T SATURDAY
.4:01 m. Hoiy CunimunloAi ;
7f(K) i.m, Murnlng Praytr.
144'iN. Evening Praytr.
T.flfl o.m, Conipllj't and. Medllallon
MONDAY,; TVBBDAY THVfWOA
V-RIO ABAJO v' ;''
"'. Pt, fhalslBphpe'a Clr" 1
Mfttll Street, Parqut Laftvn
fht Rt, Claraner Wr Hajee, ,

Priest In Chargt ;
Tha 8v Clarence A CrafweJI,
Anlataal

SUNUAYS "V .'
:0O m Holy Cvnununlon.
f:Mirp 8un lucharisl! and aVnpon
liiM a.m Mornini Prayat and Church
School A . .'
ItMl .won Holy Baptism.
1:30 p m Evansonf ami Ctrmoh
MONDAY
, 7:10 p m li and fco, WpmaP't Auxi
liary.
TUESDAYS
liia Juniar pauihttn u the
Kim.
...l:?if m !t-u rallpwaiila.'
WEDNESDAYS :
. i:oo am Holy Communion, -f
00 p.m Ivenipi Praytr and Rtllflous
lnatrueftlAiu .
THURSDAYS
1:00 pm Girls Fi
1,00 p.m ist and
SATURDAYS
1:30 a.m Junior 1
ritndiy loeiaty,
r, finaittona, j
Contlrmstlon- Claaa.
Other Churches
CHURCH 0 THh HABAKKNB
441 lianeipsru St. Anvutt CX
- Rav Klmer O Nelwp. Patloi
Sun H7 Balboa, C,J. Tef I IM0I
Sunday School :4J a.m
Worship Sarvlct ,.. 10:41 am
Youth Sarvlea ,,, 1:41 pm
Kvaiiiellstlr Sarvtca J:30 p.m
Prayar Service Wad. ... 7iW pm
METHODIST
undav ; lam. Panama Wesley
iviau a.m punna? li,"u,.
Till pm Cvangalltal Bervlce
and Sermon.
7 a m. Paralso
H i.m. Paralso Sunday School
Sunday
7:1. p.m. Paraue cvtnitiini
oervioe.
'CHUKCb OP TH jNAIARKNB
Margarita School Oymnasium
Wrlie: Box sofa Maraarltl, C.Z
pnonat f-its
Sunday School :4l am,
Mornlnt Worahlp IJtOO a m
Evenlnt larvlea Tito pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST. CHURCH
Panama B P HSra attett tasl
Rav h M Brown. Mlla
Ulvlne Worship 0 a.m
CimH Rrhnol 3:00 p in
Sunday Masses 7, 7:45 11:45
Rio Abajq,
Sunday School
1:00 p.m
JkHOVAHS WITNfcSSES
Meetings Thursdays at 7:30 pm. Rno
nundavs St :oti pm nirs
(i PsIUs Road Balbol
CHURCH OF .IKBtm HRIST Of
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Matting Sunday 1:10 a m
e,,r,l. School. Sunday 10 KM a.m.
. Sacrament Malting, Sunday 1:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday :w a.m.
MIA Wtdnesday 7!j0Bp.m.
Primary; Thursdav 4:00 P.m.
Telephone Balboa 4237
alMnl ttranah
Boiiriina ion. Schnnlhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School, Sunday :30 .m
Sserament Aiaatingi Sunday 11:00 am
CIIRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Wrm HrtBdu(urh"
Milton K Laldlg. M"iie
Phone ks 3.1UI .-;)0S
Sunday School :J0 m
I A class for every age) M
&n&&-ix SB
A church nuraty in providtd.
OLD C A rHOLIl CHURCII
it ftaphatl rhl Arehaniai
Rlth 8t Waal Np J
Holy
LUshartst
punaav a
nio l.m
ifuasdaya Widntsdare n
fhuradty
ri
"'i0 lm.... .,.,..' lUaailne
Tilt om
Mount Hallbat ChritftlP Chora
riiiBHia mi
HI
Htv t iam u
oMIdatwi
D disbef
4:00 am
11:00 a.m
3:00 p.m;
Morning devouon
Fellowship Worship
Sundty
School
THE CHRlSTADKLPHIANS
Vanama District
o.... udl Rainbow City
gjnday School
t. -i.. crir. lo a.m
a.. oihu rinssas each
Monday at
Divine Service 7,v?ces
Visitors are weicomt at all services
and cftsses.
BAHAI'S CENTEB
64 First Street f
Urbanlzacibn El Carmen. Panamd;Uty
intormei Telks end D'seusslim
mursdays I
Colon, 8th frent Btreeta
(upstalra Amerlcap Bauarl
Study Classes Thursoavs. ,;sv p.
ETHEL MISSION CHURC
E.spnlaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
rv waldaba H Steuarl, Paster
Sunday" llC a.m WrtOf Btrvlct.
3:00 p.m Sunday School..
7 ;15' P.m Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young Peoplft Bwrtety
Wadnesdayi 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Friday! 17 !S0 Women's Missionary So
ciety.
THE CHURCH Of" GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rio Abalo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor.
Sunday School 1:30 a.m
Morning Worship lj:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service ....'7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH Of GOD
7031 Eighth St.. ColAn
.JHrs, L. C. Dontldson. Pastor
Sunday School :30 a.m
Morning Worship 1J:30 l.m
Sunday Mght Service .... 7:30 p,m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
New providence
Mm. M. Hlnes Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a m.
Mornini Worahlp 11:00 l.nv
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
FIRST CHURCH OF DOG
Cor. Jamaica Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City
Rrv. William Livingston, pastor
Sunday School :30 a.m
swnina Wnrshln 10:30 a in
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights. C.Z.
(near Dia .Mo. school)
Rev.
Carl V, Thorn
npton, Minister
Box 31. Diablo
Helihts C.Z.
rnoaeai nnmw, ypm
217
a,inNawM Buhnai
tjnurea sum aaii
10 tp
Worship Servire 11
Youth Sirviej f
vanaellstic atrvlet
Wtdntadtyt Bible Study
n view ......
ana rrayer service
t no p m
Lutheran
REpP.EMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight sirwt
Rev. Robert F Gussick, Pastor
P.O. Boat MS. Balboa. 1
Sunday School, Bible Class t e m.
Divine Harvlra 10:1.1 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday of thi
month, I' t j
' Atlantic Ride
Coca Solt Chapel
Mr.' Frederick 8. Illlck, Vicar
nivlna aaiflMa 1 1 a ma.
Itnly Communion, fast Sunday et thi
month, '-.,,

iewish

jawita vi altera atei
larf Bid U
C Rrbbi Nitlttn
atuca ait Ralboi
wuHii. iiiieciar.
Barviae
Friday f 40 pan Saturday
s3 am
iSee ttaUnce ot Jewish arvlcas
uni'er Pnia Base and Stat'ionai,
i-biitiion Kol Shearith Israel Ave
iiu Cuba and 31th Straat Belli Vina
t4iitmt City Sarvleat 0S p.m.
Christian Scientist
tttlilkltAA PL lift tk vattHLMt
ftrt Church pi Chrun, Soiantlav Anern
IM Am an Baulivird
Hutiday U.i. waaneadat 4
undav tebpol IJO t at
lrl kMprvb ut thrui. ieUet. UMtobai
Utlt Strati A Hnliva niht
nnn irnnni liSli ajat
lunaay lliOO Vpdnaaday tM p m
Posts and Bases
PAtlllt HUH
Protaetanf
FORT AMADOH
Sunday School
Morning Worship
l;0ii
10 00
10:00
Church-llmi Nursery
Scheol.
FORT CUAYTON
sunoay penoot tatuitauig n
131)
Morning Worship 1
Thursday Evtnlng MidWMk
Bervlet
Youth Fellowship Bunday ....
p :H
10:31
1:80
1:01
FORT KUBBB
Sunday nooi
Morning Worahlp
Evening Worship
Worship Sarvlct. Madden Wye
Worship Service. Rio Hale ....
Christian Youth Fellpwship ....
Soldier's Fellowship-Thug,, ..
Officer's Chrlstlap Unlon-Thure.
1:00
10:30
7:00
7:00
Silo
:00
7:0(1
tiOt
ALBROOK AIR FRC BASS
Mnrnln. Worshlo 1:30 4 10:41
Youth fellowship 1:3,1
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunaay scnooi
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
1:31
11.00
llth ND HEADQUARTIRS CHAPEL
Morn ng worsnip ..... ., .....
(Holy Communion First Sundty
of Month).
Naval Radii. Button. Summit...
:00
1:00
Cllhellt
FORT AMADOR
Daily Mast
l:tU
Maattt M f
mt, Biturdty .. :80 it
1:00
Sunday
1:311
Confession!,
7 :;ili
Sundty
1:25
FORI CLAYTON
usuy wasa ,,,,,..,. ... ..
Sundty Matais ......
Confeaslcns-aturday ,. 1:10 A
:4k
t.Ou
1:00
FORT ROBBI
Dally wast ..
fi..,,Nu SJaaaaa ......:
1:15
1:00
Sunday Masstt ...... I '00
Monday Novena Devotions
Confessions-Saturday.. 1:00
11:45
7:30
7:30
COROZAL
10:3
sunoay waaa
ALBROUK AlR rORCi BABI
Dally Mast
1,00
7:00
fiauirdaah'Mtaa
. Sundaaaaat- Ti
lerilto'V.V.V.
lltt A 12:00
i :ia,
7:0t
7:0u
CtnfaaaionS'awBa
u!8.')AVAt BTAtiON, Rodman
unday Matt ,,,.
itwIaS
FORT KORBt
Saturday ..
USO-JWB, Balbot
Frldty
ALBROOK AIR fORCI BAM
Saturday.
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Siturdty
ATLANTIC SID1
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Sunday School-Bld. 253 ....
Mornini Worahip ..
Praytr Fellowship -Bldg 3
Tuesday ,.....,..,,,
KYBB Wednesday Post hapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Poll Chapel
t:o
3:00
7JI
4:00
5:30
t:0lt
10 30
7:'W
l:l
7:14
FORT GUL1CK
Sunday School
Morning Worship ........
t:30
10:45
4:30
7:30
Youth Fellowship, aunoay
Bible Study, Wednesday
Ladles Chapel Guild. 1st
Thui
1:30
U S. NAVAL STATION, wocu piw
Sunday scnooi
Morning Worship
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month)
Caiholle
1:31
moo
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass
Sunday Ma
Confeasienai Saturday
Sunday (
7:00
1:30
4:00
1:45
FORT GULICK
Sunday Masses .
Daily Mass ......
Saturday Mass ...
Confessions (Sat.)
130 and
S30
4:30
11(30
1:30
11:04 and
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solt
Daily Masa
Saturday Mist
Sunday Mas
4:00
1:30
1:00
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mast
11:50
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday
7:15
Greek Orthedef
araak Orthodox services ere conduct'
ed tt the Church of thi Anuncittion,
Vlt Belintrlo Pones, San Frantlsco da
la Caleta, Panama city, nr., ana a
tha Church of St. Anthony, Avtnlda
M.i.r.ri.7 Colon. R.P.. on alternate Sun
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
a9.titi.l
days at 9:30. For further Information.
Seventh Day
' Adventist
Weekly Services in all thtirchM
as follows:
SATURDAY l
Sabbath School :au a.m.
Divine Service II M l.m.
Youth t Matting 4:10 .lt.,
WEDNESDAY i
libit Study md
lilt IM.
Prayer Itrvitt
Pacific Side Panama
'lltor W H. Wtlllr- Tel AlitM
tbt. Vardt, Ave J. f if It Out
if Chare a MtH NO 17 Pue
NO.
blo Nutyi I A St. between ire ane its
11, n0 APajo iiui n. '" uamaae
ind FrUolH.
:, Paitor O. D WllllamTtl. t SM
l.... i a riH.,ia Tel. a. lot
SpanUh Churches Pacific Bide Pintail
; Panam. Cade Dsrltn No I
" Pedreial Si Nuevo Guarart.'
(. i Atlantis Side
Pastor G. A. Jaffrlea-TaL tglltti
hlAn
Crialobai tngllsh-14th Jj folWar 'Ayi,
vriatnpii ansnisn i'n m aaiivar atva
f antral ivriira:
0144 Gavllan Road-Tel. 1-1151 A t SSSl

IT. ITIR'5
A chfiril Euctiiriit Will Tm ce-

labrgted it St, Peter! church in
La Boot tomorrow, iht lth un un-div
div un-div ifter Trinity, by the rev.
John Speir, priest in chirgV, be-
glnnlns 10;J0 g.m.
Another westing of the Woman's
AuxUlgry will take place after the
celebration to. complete plans for
the observance of thur snmvar-
sary on Octf 10.
Instead ofon the Feast of St.
Luke het Saturday, Holy Commit Commit-nion
nion Commit-nion will he held at Pedro M siml
Friday mornlnj as usual at :30.
CAVALRY IAPTIIT
Pimmi City
Arranjemerltg hgve been com com-nlt.rl
nlt.rl com-nlt.rl to Install all of the Church
and Depgrtment Officers of the
Calvary -Baptist Church tomorrow
night at the T:50 p.m. night ser service.
vice. service. An elaborate installation service
is plgnned. Each officer will hold
a lighted candle and it the aprn aprn-priate
priate aprn-priate time durins the service, wil
UK nil nosinqn. mien cm'
officer is In position, a croih will
he tormed renresentaovt oi uie
Cross of Calvary.
Members of the church will join
the officers in singing the hymn.
"In the Cross oF cVT't I Glorv"
by Conkey, after which the offic officers
ers officers will he led In the Installation
responsive reading by Rev, Sea-
v. nastnr. in s win oe ruuowru
by the charge to the officer to
an for h to serve the newtv ria,i
led officers and the congragation,;!
and thi pastor win v tn" trov trover
er trover of consecration for the officers.
The Rev, Bfalov'" '-"""'ny "v "v-mon
mon "v-mon topic will be: "Noble-hearted
Wnrkpri": a his r-
mon toole will be: "'The Lamps
Which Von Csn Sot Biii-n'n"
In addition to the two services,
thpra will hp Suprtv Scbnol St
0;3n a,m Youth Club at 5 pirn.
and Training Union at S p.m. a
J
T. AUI 'I
Ptntmt City
The members of the Choir GukM
and Girls' Friendly Society will
make the'r mnn'hlv ror-or-e
communion at the e'clock Eu Eucharist
charist Eucharist tomorrow in observance o'
the 19th Sunday after Trinity, at
St, Paul's Church.
On Saturday morning, Oct. W.
in observance of St. I.nke'g Dsy
there will be a celebration of the
ltnlv Communion at fi a,m. Psr-
W pepujuiaa osi eat uauomt!
nur anni'T-i r'oiu henn postpon
ed until Friday. Oct. 31, at the
Jamaica Soc!etv auditorium.
pther lervices for the day will
be as follows! l.m,. Holy Com Communion;
munion; Communion; 10:45 a m., morning pray pray-r
r pray-r and Church School. Noon. Holv
Baptism, T p.m. Vtspera and -mon.
FIRST IITHMIAN IAPTIIT
CrittoWtl
-Tomorrow will be Promotion
Day it the First Isthmian Baptist
Church, A special service Is pun punned
ned punned for the assembly program in
connection with the Sunday school.
Scholars will be promoted lo news
calsses on this occasion. Tn cer certificates
tificates certificates of promotion will be
distributed bv the- pastor of the
church, the Rev. S. A. Scarletf.
Mrs nnris Rnhinson the new Sun
day School superintendent will of
ficiate at the promonnn service.
Emphasis on youth will charac characterize
terize characterize not all the service of th
day. The pastor will preach at 11
a.m. and at 7 p.m.
The following ere the service!
listed to take, place: 9;45 a.m.',
Sunday School promotion service;
11 a.m., pivisne Worship;
Training Union with Carl C. Dick
as director; T p.m. Evlening Wor Worship,
ship, Worship, the young People'g Choir will
lead the singin" and will give ane ane-del
del ane-del musical selections throughout
the day.
Kobbe Service Club
Has Interesting
Calendar 01 Events
k n.u ., iviiv of Interest to ca
mera fans will be itaged at the
Fort Kobbe Service Club at s p.m.
next Thursday. ,
A photo party wi i legture vt
models, lighting equipment and
lographers. According to the club
director, Mrs. Doris Caldwell, pic pictures
tures pictures taken during the evening will
be judged at a later date.
Monday, also a' 8 P.m,, Mr. nd
Mrs. Cecil E. Vbckrodt will IP IP-pea'
pea' IP-pea' at the clubt o present an 1 1-fustraed
fustraed 1-fustraed lecture on Fort San Lo Lorenzo.
renzo. Lorenzo. The evening of glides and
background information will be j
prelude to the club's trip to San
Loronio, scheduled for Oct. 26.
Regular entertainment at r lhe
service club includes cocoa call
at 9:30 a.m, each Sunday, movii
club meetings at 7:30 p.m. J Sun Sundays,
days, Sundays, blngb at I o'clock each Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday evening, batea classes on
Wednesdays l T:M rr?1
night dancei it lo'clock and lia-th-craft
jclsises on Saturdays gt
li30 p,m. . M
Mrs Caldwell has arranged i
spifhettl dinner for Oct. 11, ;nd
homemide pie night for Oc. 30.,
' 1 Ptrtiiki Treat
NEW YORK -(UPD- Chlldrfn
will go for thii chocolate pancake
dessert. Mike pancakes according
to directions on a packaged mix.
Before turning each paneake
sprinkle) with a few semi iwtet
chocolate pleceg. Serve warm, top top-pd
pd top-pd With I scoop of pink pepper pepper-mint
mint pepper-mint Ice cream end a drizzle of
chocolate lauce.

To stimulate interest amone stu

dents in the lift and accomplish
ments oi ineodore Roosevelt, es
say contests are being sponsored
in doui ine wnuea Mites ana La Latin
tin Latin American hish schools of the
Canal Zoni as a feature of the lo local
cal local observance next month of the
rneodorg Rootevelt Centennial
Year.
Valuable prizes will be offered
in eaeh of the school systems and
the two top winners in each will
pe presented with miniature Roo Roosevelt
sevelt Roosevelt bugt. j
. The later presentation will be
made at the prin-ioal public cere ceremony
mony ceremony of the week'g obgervance
when the Roosevelt bust will be
unveiiert in the rotunda of the
Administration Building on Nov.
15.
Rules of the two essav contests
have been issued by the Superin Superintendent
tendent Superintendent of Schools gnd printed co
pies nave oeen distributed through
out the schools. Full information
may he obtained bv interested
students by application to their
principals or teacherg.
The essay gybiect "Theodore
Rossevelt American" WILL BE
the same in both contests, and
most of the teneril rules will an-
ply for Latin Ameriotn and United
States students.
Thi American Lesion and the
Veterans of Foreign Wars arp spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring the contest in the United
States schools, which will be open
to ail gtudents of grades 9 through
12 Jenrffe ViMn ic chairman nf
the' Veterans' Contest Committee.
The contest in the Latin Ameri
can schools is also open to all
high school students, grades 9
through 12. It is bemg sponsored
by the Congresi of Latin Ameri
can uivic councils.
Three cash prizes will be offer offered
ed offered in the Latin American schools
with 110 for the first prize winner
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Come with the family once and vou will want to return.
Nursery classes thru adult classes designed to heiD the
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Is Bible prophecy fulfilled? In Gen. 15 we have two
examples. One fulfilled and one yet to come. How much
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Listen to Ood'a Word on the future home of Israel.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 Film: "LIFE TO LIFE"
A minute color-sound scademv winning; award: film of
muaioniry work In Panama. An opportunity to see the
Gospel at work in the peoples of Panama. Bring your
friends.
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$7.50 as second prize, and $5.00
for third prlie.

Gold end silver medals will be
offered in eaeh of the two United
States high schools. First prize win
ner will receive a gold medal add
silver medals will be presented
the second and third prize winners
of both Balboa and Cristobal high)
schools. a ;
A committee of 12 teachers will
be appointed at both Balboa rrr!
Cristobal High schools who i will
select the top 12 essays front eacty
school. Final winners will be det
ermtned by the Veterans' Contest
lommmee. j
Essays from the Psraiio junloi
and senior high schools, the Rain
bow City junior-senior high actio
and Santa truz junior mgn scnooi
will be judged by a committee el
the Congress of Civic Councils.
All essays must be oostmarkeA
no later than midnight, Oct. 31
Names win not be used -on trie
essays but au win oe codes tor
identification. !J
Ed Sullivan's Shorn
To Feature 1958
All-Army Talent
Finals of the 1951 All-Armv In
tertainment Contest will be broad
cast on the Ed Sullivan Show over
CFN-TV Sunday, at S p.m. Thai
hour-long program, featuring tbt)
best acts from Army commands
all over the world, includes vocal
groups, instrumentalists, comlcl
and dancers who competed at
n s -a.
Fort Bel voir, Va. Vocalist Trerit
sa Brewelr acts as emcee. -I
Many of the acts include in the
performance will be appearing; ia
the Canal Zone early next yegf
with the "Rolling Along" ghow.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER H;UM
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Bill
Several Yankees Slated
For Trading Block Also
.it
Editor. CONRAOO 5ARGEANT
BUS Pass To Give AG 70 Win

Rankin

Intercepts

Untimely

un.wimrF.E fiTJTTh Mil

waukee jBra.vies, dethroned as
baseball! "world cnaropions, com com-nlptfd
nlptfd com-nlptfd the season-end chore today
of cleaning out their lockers at
County Stadium ana in me nuna:
of several -was a big question
"Will I be-back next year?"
Thi unrtMVuirrrnt of doubt be
gan in the dressing room when
the Braves quietly filed in after
their defeat- in tne sevemn auu
rav nff eame of the World Series.
It was hard to alibi the loss after
they had the Yankees dowp three
games to one, and the Braves
didn't try to alibi.
"To the victor belongs the
spoils," said Manager Fred Han Han-ev,
ev, Han-ev, "so give them all the credit.
They beat us. They deserved to
win, and they came from behind
to do it.
"We had our chances and we
just didn't make it. Pitchers dom dominated
inated dominated the series on both sides
and I've got no complaints on our
pitching. The turning point was in
our bats," he said.
1 Manaopr John Ouinn
added fuel to the thoughts of some
Brave-s that they could be left oil
the National League champions'
roster when spring comes.
"We'll make changes necessary
to keep us strong," he said, indi indicating
cating indicating possible trades with other
teams and promotions from the
Braves farm system to keep the
cl"b on top.
Haney left no doubt about where
he wants his team to finish next
year when he made the longest
walk in many a season to cn cn-gratulate
gratulate cn-gratulate winning Manager Casey
Stengel in the Yankees dressing
room.
"All I have to add," said Haney
after telling the Yankee skipner
he beat the Braves fair and
square, "is let's get together
again next year."
x MILWAUKEE (UPI) The tri triumphant
umphant triumphant Yankees can strt count
ing their lion's share of the World
Series today but they'd better
rot begin counting their chickens
for next year because some of
thn mav not be back.
Even before thev beat the
Proves to win thi World Series
Thursday, Casey Stengel rev-'"-i
that he will make a .soecial trip
fcack to New York to "listen to a
lot of trade offers people have
been making us."
General Manager George Weiss
J
TODAY AND
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He rode into
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a chip on his
shoulder.
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Jf'j I Midnight Show! I
J0 I GEORGE SANDERS in I
I "THE LIGHT TOUCH" I

TODAY

'confirmed that there may be sev several
eral several changes in the Yankees' play playing
ing playing personnel before 1959 rolls
around.
"We're always in the market for
a deal," Weiss said, "and there is
a good possibility we might make
a few of them this winter."
That would mean, of course,
that some of the Yankees who
helped Stengel to his seventh
World Series victory will be serv serving
ing serving with other clubs next year.
Among the candidates who may

be traded are pitchers Johnny
Kucks, Art Ditmar, Duke Maas
and Bobbv Shantz and mfieiaers
Andy Carey, Bobby Richardson
and Jerry Lumpe.
Stengel had profound words of
praise for practically every one of
his Yankees immediately after
Thursday's clincher. But that was
in the first flush of victory. Upon
re-evaluation, he is sure to be a
bit less excited about some of
their performances, particularly
during the last month of tne regu regular
lar regular season.
Isthmian Golfers
Invited To Play In
United Fund Tourney
All golfers, whether they be
military or civilian, residents of
the Canal Zone or the Republic
of Panama, era invited to oar oar-tic
tic oar-tic oate in the 1958 United Fund
Golf Tournament to be held at
the Fort Amador Golf Course be beginning
ginning beginning Tuesday, October 14.
The handicap tournament,, will
end on Sunday, October 19.
All particioants' who have an
established handicap may play
in as many rounds as thev. wish
during th tournament; howev however,
er, however, a donation of $1 00 mint be
made to the Canal Zone United
Fund drive prior to teeing off.
Medalist in the six-day tourney
will have his or her name en engraved
graved engraved on the two-foot-high Unit United,
ed, United, Fund trophy, which is now on
trUsplay at th Amador' Clubhouse
and wilt also receive an appro appropriate
priate appropriate award.
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Chapters 5-7
REMEMBER
1-EARL HARBOR

II JS IV L F I

By TREVOR SIMONS
(Photos by BILL KIRKLAND)
Bill Rankin is the hero of the

Athletic Club tonight. The scrap scrappy
py scrappy A.C. halfback intercepted a
Bulldogs pass in the third quar
ter of last fight's game and raced
an the way tromaoout tne uai uai-boa
boa uai-boa 20 to pay dirt for the only
score of the game, giving A.C.
the first victory of the, 1958 sea
son over the slightly favored Bull Bulldogs.
dogs. Bulldogs. The game started out evenly e-
nough with neither team penetrat penetrating
ing penetrating deeply into the other's terri
tory during the first quarter of
play. In the second period the
Bullooss oushed deeply to the A.C.
13, with Gary Ness and Phil Cage
doing most of the running for the
High School boys. But here the
drive" stalled and the Athletic
Club begun a drive of their own
th?t was also dgstined to failure.
First and ten to go on the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa nineteen yard line, Carl Tut-
tle moved tre A.C. drive un to the
11 with a sweep around his own
left end. But here the Balboa line
held with Morris and Corrigan un
able to Dick up any more yard
age as they ran out of downs.
These pair of threats in the second-
quarter gave the fans plenty
of thrills, but neither team was
able to enter the promised land
of the end zone.
Athletic Club kicked to Balboa
to open the spcond half of nlay
fnd the Bulldgos moved along
from their 29 for one first down
un to their own 39 yard line. On
fourth down Phil Cieo minted to
he A.C. 39. With Bob Morris driv driving
ing driving up the middle, the Rans seem seemed
ed seemed headed for a good drive when
.Tack Corrigan. snilled bv Scott,
fumbled and Phil Cage recovered
for the Bulldogs.
On the first down for Balboa on
their own 39-yard 1 Buzzy Rafh Rafh-geber
geber Rafh-geber fumbled and Fearon recov recovered
ered recovered for the A.C. Joe Cicero was
caught behind the line of scrim scrimmage
mage scrimmage for a 5-vard line, first and
ten. !Bob Morris and Jack Corri Corrigan
gan Corrigan harkpd away at the middle
of the Balboa line for a quick
first down, but" were nusbp'1 back
by a IS yard holding penalty.
A pair of tries nettc" the A.C.
very little gain, but with third
down and 21 yard to' go, Carl
Tuttle uncorked n aerial to Joe
Cicero which nearly missed being
intercepted when it came off the
fingers of Balboa's Worden French
and into tne waiting arms of Ci
cero But A.C. still had 6 vards 4o
go for the first down with the
ball resting on the Bulldog 10 10-yard
yard 10-yard line. Tuttle tried the right
side of the line on fourth down
and slipped poin" "round to re return
turn return the ball to BHS.
fin tho firt nlav after taking O-
ver the ball, Balboa nuarterbark
Joe Reynolds attempted a flat
pass to his right. The only visi visible
ble visible receiver was Athletic Club's
little halfback. Bill Rankin, who
intercepted and found a clear
field waiting for him to score the
only touchdown of the game, boo
Morris, one of the most powerful
fnrtae 1ft1 the A. C. offense
last night, virtuallv .bulled his
way through the middle to go o o-ver
ver o-ver for the extra point.
Balboa's two star backtieia run run-;nrf
;nrf run-;nrf artiots Phil Case and Gary
Nmi tripd dpsnpratelv to DUt the
defending champs back in the
came. On wide sweeping plays
Ness and Cage combined to dfve
deeo to the A-C. 3 yard line, uui
with second down and one vard
n An tho APS Rpvnnlds fum-
htpd and Tnfv r, r recovered
for the Athletic Club.
Toolr rVirrioan who did some
amazing booting for the winners
all the way to tsaiooa s iu wnei--it
woe rinwnpd That was the end
zone all the way to Balboa's 40
where it was downed. That-.was
the end Of their most serious scm
thvaot with -limp running out.
Balboa drove against the tiring
A-.C. and was again at the 10-yard
line when the gun sounded the
end of the game.
Charlie French, one of the top
.1... r.t ho Riillrln? hapkfield. Was
out of action with a sprained an
kle. French's sprain, which he suf suf-(n
(n suf-(n o MnnHsv oftprnnnn nrac-
tice session, is not serious and he
is expected to be back at work workouts
outs workouts this coming Monday. Buzzy
Rathgeber tinea in ior marue u
did some fine running for the
Bulldogs.
TODAY-ENCANTO-35-20
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Burt Lancaster in
"RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP'
Louis Armstrong In
"SATCHMO THE GREAT
RIO
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TODAY

PIGGY-BACK was the order of the night as a Balboa tackier tries to bring
rler John Coffey. Another Balboa would-be-tackler lays on the ground, his
ful.

xnnijcu juc viwciu, uaiu

one naioua mcmer wnue cunaog jonn-Morris prepares to ao a

Player-Manager Les Peden

Agrees to
P.A.A.F. Bowling
Championships Set
For Albrook Oct. 15
The 1958 Panama Area Armed
Forces bowling championships will
be held at the Albrook Air Force
Bowling Alleys beginning Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday evening (Oct. 15) at 6:30 o' o'clock.
clock. o'clock. The tourney will end on
Saturday evening, October 18.
Six teams (Clayton, Amador,
Kobbe, Army Atlantic, Navy and
Albrook) will compete for the
team championship on Wednesday
and Thursday evenings. Three
games will be bowled by team
niembers on opening night and on
the following evening they will roll
off with six more.
On Friday evening, October 17.
the doubles championship will be
determined with each bowler rol
ling six games. On the final even-

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Guide Sugar Kings

NCAA Dismisses
Probations Against
Wash., Louisville
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) -Two
- year probations against
Washington University; at Seattle
and the University of Louisville
were dismissed Thursday by tha
National Assoc;atinfi of Intercol Intercollegiate
legiate Intercollegiate Atrletics (NCAA).
Louisville had been on proba probation
tion probation since May, 1956 and Wash Washington
ington Washington since August that year be
cause of violation of recruiting
and financial aid rules.
ing d three-game roll off will de determine
termine determine the singles champion.
At the conclusion of the tourna tournament
ment tournament all scores will be totaled and
an all-events chamnion (individual)
will be determined.
Trophies will he presented at the
conclusion of the tournament.
1090 COLON

down A.
attempt
C. ball car-unsuccess-
graDDea around the waist by
little holding back around the
Leslie Peden, playing m
ager of the Little Rock (Arik.)
team oi me southern Asso
tion, will be the manager
the new Code A z u car
(Sugar Kings) in the fo
coming Panama Pro League
pennant race, according to re
port from Sugar- Kinjr officials
yesterday.
Peden accented the termnf
fered him by the Sugar K rtgs
and will aid in getting pla ers
for the club to have evi ry ry-thing
thing ry-thing in readiness for the 1 fov.
19 opening date of the 1951 -59
season. y
The versatile Peden usu lly
works behind the plate but js
also a first baseman and an
outfielder. He' is a good batter
and consistently hits the ong
ball. He wound un secom in
tinting in the Southern Jteso
ciation this year with a .334
BA, slugged- 28 homers and
batted in 88 runs.
Officials of the Sugar Kings
promise to reveal the mmes
of some of their new pliyers
3

TOP AND BOTTOM 4- From the bottom and the top thisBal.
boa, runner is tackled. Reg Hayden (18), Rolando Linarts (12) ":
and. Bill Rankin f!6) combine forces otl Balboa' quarterbaclc

.r S h

HEY, WATCHA THAT MUD! Coming around, on the par partially
tially partially muddy field, Atletlc Club fullback Carl Tuttle kicks up
the wet turf while being persued by Balboa's Douglas Pojak.

Troopers Edge; Ft. Clayton
97-96 To Gain Third Place
In Final PAAF Gage Game

In the final game of the 1958 Pa Panama
nama Panama Area Armed Forces Basket
ball League the Fort Amador
Troopers staved off a late fort
Clayton rally and defeated the Ca Cavaliers,
valiers, Cavaliers, 97-96 to capture third
place. -!
Amador ended their season
Wednesday evening (October, 8). at
Reeder Gymnasium with a ,.ooo
slate, 10 wins in 20 outings, and
the Cavaliers dropped their 11th
decision in 20 encounters to finish
one game behind the Troopers.
The big gun for Amador, as he
has been all season, was, guard
Bobby Christophtr. The backcourt
ace tossed in 43 points to wma up
second in the league in scoring.
He had an average of 32.5. Team
mate Ray. Crawford aided the
Troopers to their 10th win by scor scoring
ing scoring 23 markers and upping his per
game average to 18.2.
Hiehman.for the Cavaliers was
Dick Gleason with 26 points. Cen
ter Frarn Cunshmberry contriout contriout-ed
ed contriout-ed 23 to the Cavalier cause,
The Albrook Air Force Base
Flyers, led by the league's lead leading
ing leading scorer, Enimett Bryant,1 cap captured
tured captured the '58 pennant a fewV.weeks
back and ended the season with a
near perfect slate of 19-1.
Bryant broke three records tms
season, his last with the Albrook
five. He scored 340 field goals, 122
free -throws and had a game av-
pra pp of 40.1.
f Other leading figures for the
Regulars from Kobbe Were guards
Dick Allen, Ron Baxter, and Gene

7

I-
QvopOWpoon
Miller. Genres Hamilton
himself an. adequate center as lie
f 12 4 n w an avera8e
Army Atlantic and the Navy
quintet iinished fifth and sixth, res.
pbctively in the '58 race, the Bush
masters from the Atlantic side
were hurt considerably by the loss
qf last year's Ail-Star center, John
Foster,, but ; came back strong be.
hind the fine efforts of Don Myers,
Bob Stallworth and Gerry Robert!!.
Mygrs finished ; fifth 'in t h e
lea gue scoring face 'with a ; mark
17.i;.;4",-'- jrf :r,t '. ;
The Navy ifive, returning tUthe
PAAF loop after a year's absence,
managed to win only three p-'wes
but oroved a tonirh
newcomer to. the soiiad,, :r;r
oerme severs, proved to be 'Na 'Navy's
vy's 'Navy's top star- Other Navy stal stalwarts
warts stalwarts were cuard Rav Npchitt
Walt Ben.
FINAL PAAF
LEAGUE STANDINGS
T1 i iW W L GB
Albrook AFB 19 l
ortT Kdbbe 13 7 g
Fort Amador 10 10 9
Fort Clayton 9 11 10
Armv. Atlantic r k 10
Nayy.,;;:.,, 3 171B
C PAAF SCORING RACE
Pyr,.-Tim-' -'.' Fg Ft Avt.
Bryant, Albrook x340 xl22 40 i
Chrlstonher. ? A . Mi
Hill, Kobbe -,'" 'rm 58
Crawford, Amador 152 58- 18 2
Don Myers. AA 13 m hi
Gleason, Clayton r 124 85f 16,7
f jxvenotes, new record. 1
No Time
1 v iff nd It
H AT.TTMrtn" men ii .
sionl football HuarterbackSv such
as Johnny Unltas of the Bal'l.
more olts, don't dawdle on a
pass play.;
Jake, for Example, Unitas' time
.iraiimjiinc pros
favorite. type- of passthe.;jideline.
. From the center's snap, throudh
fading back into the blocking cup
:"? iuui me re
, M,..ua, jiu more man 1
th"" .aecqndi and fracUom are

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Brooms' Roll Putting On A Show;
Coli Move Like Missile In Orbit

By MURRAY OLDERMAN
NEW YORK (NEAV It got

too prosaic, the Cleveland Browns
beating everybody's brains out lor
year! with the sure-thing, sideline
?ass and the delayed -,; fullback
' thrust up the middle.
, 'Now -Paul Brown's going in
; pen stuff and i still winning. 'f
The transformation.., coincided
with the." injection Into the lineup
-of .halfback Bobby .Mitchet whp
startled" millions of Viewers in' the

, College All-star kick-off to tne
football .season, "by: 'eluding ; -vet
eraa petror! defenders' twice for
brillianuruns. i ..
"Just freak thin!,'' shrugged
' a professional scout behind chicV
ten wire high-up in Chicago's So,,
dier Field, "They'll catch .up with
.nlm.llfvSv. -uv.Ali :
"Thej haven't," chuckles Coach
Brows. "There s "no reason wbf
they should.' Remember Buddy
YoungT? This boy bar. the same
style, 'with terrifie speftdE and bal balance.
ance. balance. 'He figives' you: couple of
wiggles and he's off. His great ae ae-.
. ae-. eeleration Is 'the Wick.-1 saw Mm
beat Olympic sprinter .Ira Murch Murch-'
' Murch-' ison in 50-rard dash; t; ff V;
. "AHllinois, -he was just spln
T halfback, with quick handoffs, in in-.
. in-. to the. line.. Pro ball i lends itself
' to him. He i and. 'Jimmy Brown,
our fullback,, have really caught
the fancy iri Cleveland.: It looks
lika we "'may have 55-60,000: for

our game Sunday." ; -j
This i was Paul Brown, the; gen general
eral general manager talking. .; The Chi-
cago Cardinals come in with their
startling .double wing-TfOff a
, sound pasting of the strong Red Redskins.
skins. Redskins. Rookie M. C, Reynolds, a
free agent, has' pushed ahead of
veteran Lamar McHan at quarter.;
But still we, like the Browns o-
vr tha Car Alt 31-10.

At Washington, ? the Redskins,
are using baling wire to hold their
offensive : line. together.1 ;A n d
they'll run Into a New- York team
literally, i smarting from ? anjnpset
by the Philadelphia : Eagles.-The
, Giapts are .supposed to be" having
v trouble with their pas 'defense,

DUl vnanej cuneny was u uw
throwing fornv again. - f J s
So it's the Giants over the Skins
in a toughie, '217. ?
The -Eagles travel to Pittsburgh,
where Buddy. Parker is having
trouble with the Steelers.- The
: mauling by the,. Browns wasn't as
.' bad as It looked. Seven fumbles
and four interception flattened
them out, But that's what y6d get
with i personnel just getting ac acquainted.'
quainted.' acquainted.' -j
Since ;Norm .Van- Brocklin has
Juiced; up the, Eagles, they're the
pick oer the Stealers. 35-21.
After that doozie with. the Beat's
last Saturday night, spiced,-, by
' kick w. off returns of M ,and 103

yarns, v; me jsaiumore tons are
higher than. aMpace bound mis-
- sue. Jt's the kmdVof itaaueiw4e
make -weefr Ewbapk -weep, be
cause iney re running huo -me
lowly Green Bay Packers in Mil Milwaukee.
waukee. Milwaukee. . -
The. Packers almost, pulled -that
upset of the Lions' we predicted
, for them last week, settled for-: a
tie. But even if the potent Colts
are looking beyound them to the
Linn re-match the following week,
Johnny Unites and Co. will get
by, 24-21.
Detroit is entertaining a rugged
outfit in the revitalized Los An-
feles Rams. No one believed the
'orty Niners could be held with-
Anf ft iv.nnlntoi aa tVia Rami an.
eomplisheq. And Billy Wade has
been the passer they thought he'd
ne witn iuu responsibility.
' Yet, Tobm Rote and Bobby
Layne should ; be getting settled
now, ana we're allowed one un
..derdog stab each week. A tim
orous vote for the Lions over the
Hams. 17-10. .
Don't get the idea the Bears
are any, less fearsome because
flawtf
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Oscar Fraley's Follies,

Weekend Grid Winners

By OSCAR FRALEY
MILWAUKEE (UPD Fraley's
follies and the weekend football
winners': alona with some ran
dom reflections on the World Ser Series.
ies. Series. Game Of The Week
Armv over Notre Dame the
first real test for Army's new
lonesome end" offense, me
Irish are traditionally "up" i for
this -one but that brand new at
tack figures to upset them in a
free-scoring tut. (
Trinpetnn ove r Penn The Wt-
ters really made the pitcher look
good.- e '
Yale ver-i-Colnnbia They
)iniil liav let 'm swina guitars,
Syracuse oven Cornell--n,etera-
Also: Brown over uanmoum,
Cnatf over vBueknell. Rutgers
over Richmond. Harvard over Le
high, Connecticut over Massacnu
setts ana Fenn &taie over mai mai-quette.
quette. mai-quette.
Tne wtiawesr
Ohio State over Illinois How
ard shamed the Yankee outfield
are
Michigan State over Fitt-Every
knock to him was a Yankee boost.
Miehiean over Navy Mantle
mav have bounder brogans but he
doesn t know as mucn apoui sroe-
strmgs.
Also: Iowa over Indiana, Wiscon
sin over Purdue, Nebraska over
Kansas State, Minnesota over
NnrthwMtern. Iowa State over
Kansas. Cincinnati over Xavier
and SMU over Missouri.
Tha West
California over Utah Johnny
Logan is the joy boy of 'the
Braves.
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Bear victory over the visiting
Forty Niners, 42-17.
, We slumped last week,, picking
only -two winners, with one tie.
That leaves the tally six right,
three wrong and one tie, for a
percentage of .727. t

Hastinas. left., and Jes Covillef
, USC over Oregon The blueplate
special.
. Washington over Stanford Del
Rice is sizzling because he hasn't
caught a i game.
Also: Oregon State over Wyom
ing, UCLA over Florida, Colorado
over Arizona, Washington State
over Idaho; Air Force oves Colo-
y ado State and COP over Brig Brig-Young.
Young. Brig-Young. 89 X
-The South
Auburn over Kentucky Thev're
still talking of Turley 's fifth game
pitching.: .; u:-;'i ("
ODuke over Baylor! H eould
throw a Christian past a lion.
iuaryiawq ovr texas. Aggies
And hu -eurve balli had more
JV"' It ..... 1
mciius uin a aeep sea aiver DOD.
bmg:fof apples. '- ':;-'? 0
Also: yeorgia Tech over Tennes Tennessee,
see, Tennessee, North Carolina 1 State over
Wake Forest Clem son over Van Van-derbilt,
derbilt, Van-derbilt, North Carolina over South
Carolina. UKWGIA OVER Flori
State, Miami over LSU. West Vir-
ginia byer Boston U., Mississippi
over Tulane, VPl over Vireinia.
VMI over William and Mary, Ala-
oama over Furman and Mississip
pi state over Memphis state,
The Southwest
Rice over Arkansas Mathews
won't be remembered as "smiline
JcJu.
TCU ovw Texas Teih He has
an aversion to unnecessary levity.
Oklahoma over Texas And
those strikeouts made him doom
ier than a mountain cumber in
the Sahara.
Also:) Oklahoma State' over Tulsa
and Houston over Wichita.
Thi Pros
Baltimore over Green Bay,
Cleveland over Cardinals. Detroit
over Los Angeles, New York over
Washington, Pittsburgh over Phi
adelphia and Bears over San
Francisco. t
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Sooners Show
New Sprint T
NORMAN, Okla. (NEA)-Stress-ihg
speed and the running for forward
ward forward pass, Oklahoma attacks this
fall from what is called a stan standard
dard standard spring T and with a new un unbalanced
balanced unbalanced wide formation that
flankers ends, tackles and backs
in both directions.
Johnny McKay, who scouted the
Sooners' for Oregon, said, "This
offensive is the wildest thing I've
ever setn. You need three hands
to write! it down."
But Wilkinson's new offensive
vogue las already been called
smorgasbord, flank 'em and fly,
floorboard f I o o i e y, scallvhoot,
Spread and sprint, go sheepie go.
scatter tnd scoot, operation ske skedaddle
daddle skedaddle snd stutter huddle.
The latter tag was more fitting
after thri Oregon scare.
Shaken-up Cardinals
Get 2 More Hurlers
ST. IvOUIS (UPI) The St.
Louis Cardinals, shaken up by
three player deals in less than
week under new manager Solly
Hemus, had two more pitchers to-
4 The tards ob'ained the con
tracts p j Gary Blaylock and Dick
Ricketts from Rochester of the In International
ternational International League, which has a
working agreement with St. Louis.
;. : f .' :' ':.'"'y
' Blaylock, 2? has had previous
trials with the Redbirds and Rick Rick-e
e Rick-e ts. 24 turned down a chande to
play professional basketball : this
winter io "ry w maae tne varos
next spring. Six-foot seven inch
Ricketts had a 1513 record with
Rochester this season and an
earned ruit averse of ifv.
lock won. 14 ,and lost 10 with an
era of 317.

Bob Turley Emerges As Hero
Of Yankees' Series Victory

By OSCAR FRALEY.
MILWAUKEE (UPI) -'The
World Series was ?fc-story of
heroes and hams and, .ignoring
the unusually large herd of goats,
you "had to give the halo to
"Bullet jbod luney loaay.
There have been times in the
past when they whispered that
the oaby-iaced last Da iter wasn i
the most stout hearted of com
petitors. And there was no secret
that he was in the Yankee dog
house after : blowing the second
game of .the classic.
But tt was Tuney whose cour
age,, as wen as his craftsman
ship; carried the New York Yank
ees back to the championship of
the baseball world.
And, in so doing, Turlev had to
make as great a comeback as the
Yankees first and only other
team since tne wa pirates to
trail three games to one and cbjie
back to victorv
- 3 e Wins Fifth Game
"Bullet Bob." who mastered a
cunning curve ball this., year to
become a 21-eame winner, 'wan
flattened In the second game of
tne senes. m lasted only 25
pitches .; when he gave the Mil-
wauKee i Braves two sine es. a
double and a walk for four
cn'shimr funs.
But they hadn't seen the last of
Turley.
He came back on Mondav. with
the Yankees trailing three games
to one, ana won the fifth game
with a five-hit 7-0 shutout. Two
days later they sent an SOS to
the bull Din. with thA VankPpn
leading by one slim run in the
10th and two on and two out
Turley strode In and fired three
pitches to close it out.
Gets Call Again
Then, Thursday, the Yankees
put the finger on Don Larsen in
C
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STANDING TALL Fort Kobbe's George Hamilton skyrockets
into the air and drops in two points against an attentive Fort
Clayton aggregation. Trying to block the shot is Clayton's Bob
Coane, 11, while teammate Stan Christian, 5, and Wallace Ryan,
17, of Fort Kobbe prepare to grab a possible rebound. The Re Regulars,
gulars, Regulars, who captured second place in the '58 PAAF race, de defeated
feated defeated the Cavaliers 64-40. (U.S. Army Photo)

Gun Club Notes

BALBOA GUN CLUB
Balboa Gun Club opened its fall
trap and skeet season Saturday,
Oct. 4 with a registered merchan merchandise
dise merchandise shoot sponsored by the Isth
mian Trapshooting Association.
The events offered were 25 targets
thrown from 16 yards, 25 targets
from handicap, and 12 pairs of
doubles.
A shooting jacket was present presented
ed presented to Bill Cunninghrm for winning
the high overall gun, with 69 birds
broken out of a possible 74 targets.
He also broke 25 straight targets
in the handicap event from 21
yards but elected to take the high
overall trophy.
This left Captain Irwin Hay and
M. S. Holmes in the runner up po
sition tied for high gun with 23
broken targets each. In the shoot
one year s subscription to "Trap
and Field." by breaking 24 tar
gets over Holmes 22.
Doctor R. S. Norris won the oth
er subscription to "Trap and
Field as the trophy in the 12 pair
of doubles event by breaking 22
out of a possible 24 birds. The 16
yard 25 target event was won by
a close tie between Doc R. S. Nor Norris
ris Norris and Corl Janson with 24 birds
each, but with Doc. Norris select selecting
ing selecting the doubles trophy, Janson
was awarded a real shooting min
iature Civil War brass cannon as
the trophy.
On Saturday, Oct. 25, there will
be another trap and skeet shoot at
2 p.m. sharp. In addition to a few
practice events, there will be some
novelty shoots offered. Announce Announcement
ment Announcement of these will be at a later
date.
For the beginners who would
like to learn the fine art of tran
and skeet shooting, the range will
be open at 10 a.m. Trere will be
an experienced shooter on hand to
show you how to do it. Women are
invited.
The scores of those who also
shot appear below:

the climactic seventh and final

game only to find the ''perfect
game" man-wanting. 'And when
the Braves i dashed him:' out v of
there with only one out and two
on base in the third,-it was Turley
again who was summoned desper desperately
ately desperately from the tree shaded bull
pen in center field.
He got mem out or that ione
and over the six and two -- thirds
innings he pitched yielded a mere
two hits even though one was
a home run ball to Del Crandall.
When they handed out this halo,
even the Braves admitted, they
put it on a lion.
Cleveland Directors
To Decide Whether
Club Will Be Moved
MILWAUKEE (UPI) William
Daley, chairman of the board of
Daley, chairman of the board of
the Cleveland Indians, sail today
a special meeting will be held
Within the next two, weeks to de
termine whether the club will re
main in Cleveland next year.
Daley said he was "still skcptl
cal" about the future of the In
dians in Cleveland but offered no
possible other city where they
might move,
The Indians, however, have been
reported to be interested in switch
ing their franchise to Minneapolis
NEW YORK (UPI) The
Belmont Stakes is the only one
of the American turf's "triple
crown" races for three-year-olds
that is the same distance as Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's Epsom Derby a mile-and
a-half.
: 1 'It
OVER ALL GUN
Bill Cunningham
Doc. Norris
Capt. Hay
Carl Janson
- M. S. Holmes, Sr.
Norbert Kellar
Marty Holmes, Jr.
Mr. Clover
Leslie Loga
Mr. Wilcox
H. H. Shacklett
Doc. Lineback
25 BIRDS at 16 YARDS
Norris
Janson
Cunningham
Holmes, Sr.
Kellar
Holmes, Jr.
Clover
Hay
Lineback
Shacklett
Loga
Wilcox
25 BIRDS a) HANDICAP
Cunningham
Hay
Holmes, Sr.
Kellar
Holmes, Jr.
Clover
Janson
Wilcox
Norris
Loga
ShackleH
Lineback
69
66
65
65
63
63
62
58
54
51
49
48
24
24
23
22
22
22
21
21
20
20
.19
18
25
23
23
22
22
:i
21
. 20
20
18
15
13
DOUBLES (12 pairs) (24 b'ds)
Norris 22
Hay 21
Cunningham 21
Janson ;. 20 .'"
Kellar 7 19
Holmes, Sr. 18
Holmes. Jr. 18
loga -, IT
Clover ; 16
Lineback 15
Shacklett 14
Wilcox 13
Shoot -off
25 Birds a) Handicap
Hay 24
holmes v. 22 ; -.

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SOUPED UP Tailback Billy Austin gets more get-up-and-go Jrorn. canned beef broth I
ladled out by Marilyn Rockafellow. Rutgers sets a trend by using soup as a sideline refresher.
The others in this potage break in New Brunswick are Center Les Senft and Tackle Judd Pahls. I

Sonny Ray Wins 11lh
Straight; Asks Bout
With Harold Johnson
, LOUISVILLE, Ky. (UPI) Light
heavyweight contender Sonny Ray,
fresh from his 11th straight vic-
tnrv nelrprt tnHav for a fieht with
top-rated Harold Johnson "as soon
as my cut eye neais.-
Tenth ranked Ray of Chicago
cufforoH nnp inch ffash on his
left brow Wednesday 'night while
winning a majoruy lu-rouna oeci oeci-sion
sion oeci-sion over veteran Eddie Cotton of
Seattle at the Exposition Cen'er
here.
Ray's physician said the cut will
require abou six weeks to heal.
Sonny, weigning nm pounas io
Cotton's 167Vi, said the cut resul-
oH frnm a hlltt in IllP fifth round
of the TV bout. His handlers did
an excellent job in the corner, cur cur-lailing
lailing cur-lailing the flow of blood.
Cotton's left-jabbing attack in
the early rounds and Ins Strong
finish made the bout so close that
refe ee Paul Matchuny gave each
fighter 46 points, on a five point
basis. Bu' .hutae Waller Berk
and Tom Nuckles favored Ray, 48
47 and 47-45, respectively. The
United Press International agreed,
47-45. n
NEW HAVEN ajPIl Yale's
Wyllys Terry ran 115 yards a
gainst Princeton in 1883 for the
longest run in the history of foot football.
ball. football. The length "of the playing
field wasn't reduced to 100 yards
uhtil 1U1Z.
WEST POINT, fi.Y. (UPD (UPD-As
As (UPD-As a West Point undergraduate,
Earl (Red) Blaik, now Army foot football
ball football coach, was the first cadet ev ever
er ever to compete against Navy in
three different sports Football,
baseball, and basketball.

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Jockeys' United Nations

NEW YORK (NEA) If the
United Nations decided to let up
an auxiliary organization it
wouldn't have to look any farther
than the jockeys riding in the
United States to find a nucleus.
Natives of 25 countries are en
gaged.
The majority of the 1,300 riders
are from the United States, but
Canada, Mexico and Cuba are
well represented. The Canadian
contingent is strong with such
well-known riders, as Ted Atkin
son, Hedley Woodhouse and Doug
Dodson.
Cuba, contributed1 Alvjno fJomez.
The Panamanian, Manuel Yeaza, is
one of the most sought after.
South American countries are re
presented by Elcor AragUndi of
Ecuador and Jose Bravo and Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Contreras of Chile.
The Britisn Isles are well-repre-l
sented by Johnny Longden of
England, John Ruane and 53-year-!
old Harry McGahn of Ireland
and Alex Goodwin of Scotlar '.
The Commonwealth has also g
en Alan Burton or Australia and
Charles Cassar pf Malta.
The Scandinavian bloc shows
Herb Lindberg from Sweden, Ben Benny
ny Benny Sorensen from Denmark and
Ray Mikkonen from Finland. Ita Italy
ly Italy has Joe Culmone and West Ger Germany
many Germany sent Hugh Dittfach. Angelo
Vtsil comes from, Yugoslavia, Wil William
liam William Filipchuk from Roland and
Peter Kurtesz and Charles Kunai
from Hungary. There are Chinese)

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Fangio Leaves
Italy To Devote
Time To Business
MILAN, Italy, Oct. 10 (UPI)
World driving champ Juan Manuel. ,,
Fangio of Argentina left here last'
night by plane for Argentina to
devote his entire activitity to com-
mercial business.
. .
Accompanied by his wife Andrei-

na, Fangio looked somewhat std

as he boarded an Alitalia Airliner
(AZ 503). "It's too bad to give up-:

racing, he sighed. "It s also, sad i

to leave wonderful Italy, where I n
will return sometime next year.",;;;

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (.UPlj
Notre Dame football teams coaC&'"n"
ed by the late Knute Rockne coin-" "4
piled a .898 winning percentage.

From 1918 through 1930 they won
105 games, lost 12, and tied 5.

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Seminar Next Week
On New Pay System
For Military
Representatives of all units in
the Panama Area will atlend a
seminar next week on conversion
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tem, system, which goes into effect Jan.
1. Two mornin? sessions are o
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tion Education Center Oc 15 and 16. They
will be conducted by Maj. Law Lawrence
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sonnel personnel actions branch, Adjutant
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few system.
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ere.
1 f -- (hie month a team from
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3379. 3-3379. FO RRENT:- -One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, living-dining,
balcony. Automobile Row, $70.
One bedroom furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining, San Fran Francisco,
cisco, Francisco, $60.00. Telephone 3 3-2930.
2930. 3-2930. FOR RENT: Apartments. Cam Campo
po Campo Alegre, in brand new house,
furnished one bedroom apartment
new furniture, call 3-1789.
Motorcyclesr
FOR SALE: B.S.A. Gold Star
500cc. In good condition, $150
casa. Phone Balboa 2-2438.
Vaetio..w. planning trips to Eu
rope tiiis yeai will tuid much unse
ful information on Belgium, Hoi
land and Luxembourg in the laes
edition of Fodor's Modern Guide
The book, entitled "Benelux 1958,
was placed in circulation this we
by he Canal Zone library.
In this revised volume, the au author
thor author has included detailed man
and city plans along with helpful
advice on wnere iu s.ay, piaces
to visit and how to travel com com-for
for com-for ably and inexpensively.
The comple e lis of new books
anu their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
Non-fiction The Earth and Us
Atmosphere, D. R. Bates; George
Washington, Man and Monument,
Marcus Cunlitle; hdge ot lomor lomor-row,
row, lomor-row, T. A. Doolcy; Basic Physics,
Alexander Efron; Fodor's Modern
Travel Guides. 1958, Lugene fo fo-dor;
dor; fo-dor; the Marii.ime S ory, J. P.
Goldberg; General Zoology, M. J.
Guthrie; The Undiscovered Self,
C. G. Jung; Motile Climber Trees,
Cynthia Lindsay; Making the Most
of Your Estate, E. S. MacNeill;
Miracle Drugs and the New Age
of Medicine, Fred Remind; Krien Krien-tal
tal Krien-tal Art Motifs, Sohei Takahashi;
The Impressionists and injir
World, Basil Taylor.
Fie ion The Oldest Confession,
Richard Condon; Elizabeth, By'
Name, W. E. Cook; The Eye of
the Storm, John Hearne; The Wine
Princess, M. M Mackay; The
Snow Birch, John Mantley; The
Reach of Fear, D. L. Mathews;
The Doomsters, Kenneth Millar;
Thunder on the Risht, Mary S'e S'e-war'.
war'. S'e-war'. Added to the Reforenco Collec Collection
tion Collection lllus ra.ion lnuex. L. E.
Vance.
Calidonia

YOUR AD WITH OWE OF OUK
AL DE PUBLICACIONES-No, 3

LEAVE
INTERNAL
BARDO No. 26 "B Street
a MORRISON
Sitral Avenue
40 Street No.
FARMACIA LUX-1M Central
ATHIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
trail ni'tt
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
station wagon, 6 passenger, stand standard
ard standard transmission, w radio, low
mileage, $2,500.00. Mr. Irving
Spector, call Tel. 3-2821 house
8455 Margarita, C.Z. Can be fi financed.
nanced. financed. FOR SALE: 57 Ford, like new,
dadio, white wolls. Call 2-1629,
between 4:00 8.00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1949 Fraxer, good
condition $100. House 760-C,
Balboa, telephone 2-3352.
FOR SALE: 1958 Buick 4 door
hardtop,, white over black, dyna dyna-flow,
flow, dyna-flow, ww tires, radio, custom
trim, rear seat speaker, dual ex exhaust,
haust, exhaust, electric antenna, back up
lights. Used 5000 miles by Jack
Weir. Price $3500.00 duty paid.
Smoot & Paredes.
FOR SALE: Mercury 50 Persian
blue, white wall, radio, extras.
Ganga at $400.00, call 3-7452.
FOR SALE: 1957 BuIcS Cen Century,
tury, Century, two-door, hardtop, air con conditioned',
ditioned', conditioned', duty paid, low mileage,
perfect condition. Phone "Pino",
Panama 3-3278.
FOR SALE: Studebaker Cham Champion,
pion, Champion, 1951, four door sedan,
cheap. Inquire house 5414, Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, Sunday morning.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 1957 Evenrudo
outboard motor, never used in
salt water, new condition. $300.
Call 2 2337, Balboa.
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'

rornmittee of the Balboa YMCA-USO, is shown above con

gratulating Canal Zone Lt. Gov. John D. McElheny upon his
election to membership on the committee which is the active

- governing body

UNITED FUND VOLUNTEERS Among 18 military dependents who did their bit for the United
Fund this week were, from left, Mrs. Russell W. Hechlnger, Mrs. John D. Coney and Mri. Percy
N. Laming. They worked at the Fort Clayton Officers' Club filling donor envelopes with contri contribution
bution contribution cards and other Fund literature, The volunteers, who answered a call from Col. Joseph
F. Escude, drive chairman, racked up an amazing record by stuffing 50,000 pieces of material
In about seven hours. (Army Photo) ..rf;5ir'

AGENTS OR, OUB OFFICES ATJMT H-
Lottery Plaza C ASA Z AIM-M

4tn ol July Ave. at J i. Erria """f- "7. rvrMVJ.i.
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Feo. de la 0a Ave. No. 41 OTO OOWi-JmU,
53 FARMAQIA EL BATURRO- arq ne Lefevre t Street FARMACIA SA5 Via

COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Aasador Guerrero No. 14.Z2L

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Lot 500 and f .000
meters, in the Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanization, across the Remon
Racetrack. All lots with street
fronts, sewage, water main anal
. electricity. Call W. McBarnett.
Tel. 3-2567.
FOR SALE: Bargain. Modern
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, hot wa water,
ter, water, garden, terraces. El Coco.
Ocean view, payment arranged
3-6059, tenor Aurelio.
FOR SALE: Chalet 2 bedrooms,
living and dining, kitchen, porch,
garage, etc. $6692. $1000 down,
payment, $55.00 monthly. Phono
4-0516.
Amigas de Caridad
Make Special
Dance Arrangements
The Amigas de Caridad an announced
nounced announced yesterday (hat special ar arrangements
rangements arrangements have been made with
the management of the Strangers
Club to provide adequate table ac accomodations
comodations accomodations and all-night bar ser service
vice service for guests attending the
"Hard Times" dance next week
Saturday.
The dance will be the first spon sponsored
sored sponsored this year by the Colon wel welfare
fare welfare organization ofr the purpose
of raising funds in connection with
its annual Christmas food pack package
age package program on behalf of Colon's
needy families.
Music will be furnished by Lalo
Ceballos and his Imperial orches orches-ira,
ira, orches-ira, and several prizes will be a a-warded
warded a-warded during the evening.
, L.'iainnan oi ine management
of the YMCA-USO.

STREET, JfffSIwtcASSSi V'wf&aFuSSS.
A ve 4S

FARMACIA
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Carved" Chines
chest, silver chest, crib and mat
trass, stroller Venetian blinds,
misc. items, 6414 Los Rios, C.
Z. Phone 2-3182, after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set,
table, 4-ehairs, China closet and
buffet $90.00. Mr. Irving Spec Spec-tor,
tor, Spec-tor, phone 3-2821 house 8455
Margarita C.Z.
FOR SALE. Bargains, new Ken Ken-more
more Ken-more dryer, $80... Largo Frigi-dah-e
$75, Electric stove $40.00.
Windmill $150, call 3-6059.
MSgf. Perreft Vill
Allend Army Confab
In Washington
M-Sgt. James O. Perrett, A.
Battery, 4th Gun Battalion, 517th
Artillery will be an enlisted re
presentatives of U.S. Army Car
ibbean at the fourth annual meet
ing of the Association of the Unit
ed States Army in Washington, v.
,, Oct. 20, 21 and 2Z.
One of the maior nublic events
of the Army's year, this1 is ''the
armv's annual' family reunion.
Perrett. a native of Ocaia, ia.,
and a member of the Army for
eieht years, was voted the man
to attend by every unit of tne Dat-
talion. He was selected because
of his great enthusiasm ofr the
AUSA. evidenced when ne som
more memberships in tne Associa
tion within his unit than any other
selected representative of the out
fit.
Perrett says he is looking for
ward to attending because he
wants to see more ot tne as
sociation's workings," and feels
the Association "is of the utmost
mportance to every enlisted man
in tne Army."
The association is Blacing great
er eroDhasis on NCO and enlisted
man raruciuauun jis uui
and issued a sofecial invitation
for them to attend, th" meeting,
All members of USARCARIB, mil
itary as well as civilian, were en
eourased to attend the convoca
t on. theme 01 wnicn is ine unu
ed States Army. Ready for Action
Any Kind, Any Time, Any
Place."
The reunion nrovides an out
standing opportunity to review
plans, programs and progress in
the defense of the feee world, with
the Armv's top military and civil
ian officials, orominent educators,
industrial and business, leaders
and press representatives.
Registration fees are: $1 vfor
military personnel and Depart
ment of the Army or Defense ci
vilian employes, and $3 for other
civilians.
A letter to all elements ot U&
ARCARIB published this week
advised that travel to the meet
ine is considered "conf e r e n c e
travel" and orders published by
headquarters would authorize
travel by space available
SOCIETY CLUB SHUT
LONDON (UPI) A Thames
riverside country club patronized
by Queen Elizabeth's fun loving
cousin, the Duke of Kent, and
other prominent men-about-town
was shuttered Wednesday for
serving liquor after hours. The
Chez Peter Club was ordered
"struck off" the register by a
Maidenhead court Tuesday on
charges filed by a policeman.
Club Manager Peter Tiger was
fined ?168. Magistrate Claude Du Du-veen
veen Du-veen held that the club "was de deliberately
liberately deliberately run without any atten
tion being paid to regulations."

EST ADOS IJNIDOS 141 Central Ave.

Arooemena Ave. and 33 nt, e
FORRAS Jljl MOVED ADE8
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Ir.gl.sh saddle,
perfect condition; girl's bicycle,
fair condition; Sandall SI -bast
accordion with casa, perfect con condition.
dition. condition. Haute 0930, Amador
Road, Balboa.
FOR SALE: RCA Table Model
TV, 17 inch record Changer. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Tel. Ft. Kobbe,
5 to 7 p.m.
FOR SALE i One complete $
gauge model Railroad. Is roady roady-to
to roady-to run. Houses, farm, industrial
plants, round house, talking tta-.
tion, coal loader, and many more
extras; just needs somebody to
run rt. MUST SELL, no offer
refused. Telephone C.Z. 3-1795.
FOR SALE; Piano. Wurlirier
Practice. One year eld, perfect
condition. 2032-H, Curundu.
FOR SALE.- Mare "Flame" and
filly "Dancer". Also two aadllea
and one bridle. May bo seen at
Pacific Saddle Club, Podro Mi Miguel.
guel. Miguel. FOR SALE: Coldspot refrige refrigerator,
rator, refrigerator, 9.2 cu., porcelain inside
and out. Goodf condition, newly
converted to 60 cycle. Used
Lionel train, track and fixtures.
509 1-B Parson Street, Diablo.
Phone 2-4434.
FOR SALE: Two Monroe electrie
calculators, cheap. Reconstruc Reconstructora
tora Reconstructora Nacional. Peru Avenue 7,
Phone 2-0406.
FOR SALE: Compressor 3 h.p.,
three phase, good condition.
Large safe and two filing cabi cabinets.
nets. cabinets. Everithinf cheap. Recons Reconstructora
tructora Reconstructora Nacional. Peru Avenue
7. Phone 2-0406.
FOR SALE : Transmitter 150
watts, phone or code. Automatic
Hotpoint washer and TV with
antenna. Phone Gamboa 438.
FOR SALE. Small Lawson sofa,
blue liner, covert, red chair,
vanda orchids, Clayton 87-5127.
FOR SALE: Electrie floor wax wax-er.
er. wax-er. Chinese rug 9x6 blue. House
172-B, Gamboa, phone 6-745.
armistice Meeting calel
SEOUL. Korea rttPM Th.
Military Armishf fnmmictmn
secretarian will meet tomorrow at
.causal, ui me vyommunisis,
the United Nations Command
have announced. The Reds gave
no reason for calling the meet
ing ai ranmunjom. i

New Agency Is Established By Army
For Local Procurement Of Supplies

A Centralized Procurement Ag Agency;
ency; Agency; a new concept in local pro procurement
curement procurement of items not readily
available through normal military
channles, has been established in
Building 402, Corozal, According
to Headquarter, USARCARIB,
This agency will procure all
authorized technical service sup supplies
plies supplies and services in the! Panama
Area, except those authorized to
be procured by the coijimahding
general, U.S. Army Jiaement,
Joint Brazil-U.S. Military Com Commission;
mission; Commission; commandant of the US USARCARIB
ARCARIB USARCARIB School; chieis of U.
S. Army Missions; the jDirectors
of Inter American Geddetic Sur Survey
vey Survey field projects or by other
special authorization.
Contraetins for construction and
rehabilitation will be refined as
a responsibility of the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB Engineer SectiorA
The new agency, conMsting of
11 civilians, is headed by Horace
D. Bishop, under the direct su
pervision of u-4 section JacK a.
Measlev has been named as de
puty contracting offijcer and
Joseph Diaz as supervisory pur-
crasing ogent. The agency assum
ed tun operation on uctpDer x.
The affencv has been establish
ed with a view Inwards standard
izin? all Inral nrnrurment ac
tinns and rprnrrls with ii the com
mand. It also is designed to allow
experienced personnel m follow a
standarmzed procedure im accora accora-ance
ance accora-ance with procurement regula
tions of Department of me Army

Free Trpp TV Set, Prizes
Galore Af Teen Club Fair

The Pacific Youth Association
recently announced the main door
prizes to be given on the evenings
of Oct. 17 and 18 at I the Teen
Fair. Three main prizes will be
given each night, with the lucky
winners to be contacted ithe follow
ing day if they are not present at
the drawing.
First prize on Friday
night will
be two round-trip ticken
to Costa
Kica via raca s new je
propelled
viscount. The second
pfize
is two
round-trip tickets 'to Da
id via Co-
pa. Third prize each
nifht
will be
three portraits of any
child be-
tween the ages of six
nkontni and
18 vnara.
On Saturday night the first prize
will be a protable TV Mt, which
was donated to the Fair by the

WANTED; Experienced Jadio,
TV and record changer techni technician..
cian.. technician.. Salary commensurate with
experience and ability. Apply)
Tropelce, S.A. with references.

SERVICES
TELEVISION SERVICE
WE REPAIR IN
YOUR HOME. $3.50
You get services the tame day
WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK
LOS ANGELES trained techni technicians.
cians. technicians. Crawford Agencies. Phone
2-1905 Tivoll Avenue 18-20.
Complete, lasting repair, sAll
makes of TV,. Hi-Fi, transmitters.
Ellis Williams and Alfonso Shirley
2-5113.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Eaperienced cook,
must sleep in. $40.00 to start,
small family, Faderico Boyd Ave
nue 0,4-22.
WANTED: Woman with good
references, live in, housework,
cooking, laundry and children,
Sunday off, $40 month. Navy
3711 4-8 p.m.
GRADUATES AS NURSE Mrs.
Lena McLean Frazer (above), a
Panamanian now living in New
York, graduated last month for
the YWCA School of Nursing, an
amuate ot the Bronx Hospital, N.
Y. The daughter of Mrs. Louise
Richards, a former Isthmian resi
dent, Mrs. Frazer is now seeing
duty at the Montefair Hospital in
tne Jtsronx.
According to Bishop, the sys
tem works this way: Colonel Doe
ot tne u.o. Army had an x-ray
machine break down and is in
need of an interchangeable part
to put the device back in work working
ing working order. The part can be had
through local procurement in Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Doe initiates a requisition
though regular channels to Medi Medical
cal Medical Supply. They in turn consult
their stock and if the item is on
hand it is issued to Doe.
This much of the procedure the
requested part was used under
the old system and will continue
under the centralized setup. The
difference is that if the part is not
in available stock, the technical
service supply involved is not
authorized to use a procurement
agent of its own section to buy the
part from local sources,, but will
request the Centralized Procure Procure-ment
ment Procure-ment Agency to procure the item.
This is when the new procedure
goes into action and the item is
procured for the technical service.
Essentially the new system is
directed toward insuring that all
procurement procedures are
standardized within the command,
and that maximum benefits are
obtained througr utilization of the
Centralized Procurement Agency.
Commanders since colonial days
have had procurement agents
spend Army dollars locally for
items ranging from food for
troops to small screws for optical
instruments, and vehicle parts
not readily available through nor normal
mal normal military channels.
Pilot's Association. Second prize
will be a round trip ticket to Me Me-dellin,
dellin, Me-dellin, Colombia, which will be
arranged for through Boyd Bro Brothers.
thers. Brothers. The winners of these prizes need
not be present either night in order
to win, but it has been pointed
out that there are many other at attractive
tractive attractive prizes that can be won
at games of skill, guessing games
etc., for those who are at ., the
Fair. 1 v. r. ; y :Y-y
Tickets are now on sale by
members of the .Teen Club and are
reasonbly priced at 25 cents each.
Children accompanied by their
parents are not required to have
tickets. The Fair will be onerated
between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and
mianignt on ootn jugnii.

'1 III

. WANTED : li-llngual' Mcrttary.,
, Must be intelligent, able and '
willing to learn.' Excellent work (
ing condition and feed pay. Part ;
rime also acceptable. Please ep
ply in person. Kef Shearirh Israel, .!
36h and Cube, Avenue.!' Apple

between II and Z daily. TJien ; i
3-0206.
Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A DIAILO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 3709
4
T reconstruct e tire signifies
economy. We guarantee eur
work. Reconstructora NacionaV
Peru Avenue 7. Phone 2-0406.
Lessons
Profeuor, graduate ef University
of California, M. Ai degree front
Oxford, secures. excellent results,
tutoring college and collage pre-
paratory tub jeers. Phone Panama
2-1541, Mr. Francit Fielder.
SPANISH COURSE
Intensive Spanish course for IW
glish-speakmg people at Univer- -tity
ef Panama front October IS
, to December 1 0.XIasses in the
evening: Monday, Wadnesdap,
Thurtdap, Beginners: 5:30; In Intermediate:
termediate: Intermediate: 6:30; Advancadi
7:30 p.m. Registration at Sect
tary'i office.
Dogs
FOR SALE Two Pekeinete fw
tnontha eld. Tel. 601 House
302-D. Coco Sole.
WANTED
YfANTEDt North American
couple desires two er three had
room apartment er chalet in one
of the better residential areas.
Mutt have large living and din din-ing
ing din-ing area Call 3-7243 after
' P.m. S$.
WanteeT smooth tirot, suitable for
reconstruction. ( Rocenstructom
Avenue 7.
Phono2-040.
1
e fives Mack
Unlil
7
For Arraignment
WASHINRTrrw ttpt a i-j
nniuee y?sterday gave former
jvy vuaiaiisnoner lucnard A.
Mack un.il Nov. 7 to appear far
arraignment on charges he con
spired with lawyer Thurman A.
Whiteside to influence award
Miami Television Channel 10.
Mack orifrinai.lv .bi..i.j
to be arraigned last Friday. But
is .wMueys assea ior a montn'i
delay to jive hi mtime to recover
?m ?flJurie suffered in a fall at
Miami. The case was continued
for a week to let government uU
torneys check Mack's condition.
Robert Rosthal, justice Dt
partment attorney, told Feder
Judge Joh; J. Sirica Friday f )
government learned Mack cov
be available for arraignment i f
two to four weeks. Rosthal si
the government had no objeetO
to the 30-day delay. Sirica order.
Mack to appear Nov. 7.
. Whiteside nlflrirt lnui i..
week to chartres that ho
Mack money and other things o
value in return for hi annrwvH-
the 4 to 2 FCC vote that warded
tne Miami nannel to subsidiarj
of National Airlines.
The charges were an outgrowth
of hearings held by the House ln-
iiuenca. investigating subcom subcommittee.
mittee. subcommittee.
"Spiritual Heart
Also Has Disease"
-Billy Graham 1
CHARLOTTE. N r. VtTPT
Heart disease is America's No. 1
killer but "your spiritual heart
also has a disease," evangelist
12,000 here last night.
He saw "wickea .maglnatioM,
e. ecu, uauu auu pivjuuiUB .aire
some of the symptoms of spiritual
hert trouble and that sin la tha
cause:. '' y- .1
Graham said that when Sir Wal.
ter Raleigh lay his head on the
exeeutioner'a hlnclr th
' waasa VAVVUVIUI
er asked if the head lay right.

Judo

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ne quorea waieign as sayWi",
"It matters little, my friend? bow j
the head jlies, provided the heat V
is ngh'." J
Graham said, "It did n. mak
any difference to Sir Wa'ter Ra

ieign ii mi neaa was enoppesiot
as long as nis nean was right.
YOU won't Far atv.nr Arrlnm ma
rlath if imiir kmapt ( rink

your me to unrist and you have I

tion and y6u can say with Paul
io aim it vain .
Graham told his audience,' 'God
doesn't look at your bank account.
God doesn't look at your house.
uoa aoesn t look at your1 clothes.
God doesn't look at the color of
vour skin. But h 1aaV at
heart."

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BY TREVOR SIMONS
The Canal Zone Junior College Creen Devils, tabbed underdogs for the 1958 In In-terscholastic
terscholastic In-terscholastic football race, pglled a surp.i e in the early season by holding the Cris Cris-tobal
tobal Cris-tobal Tigers, listed second only to the Bulldogs, to a scoreless tie last night.
Despite the inability of either team to hit pay dirt the game was not lacking
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in excitement. Each team
ca
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Poller Asks Public
to Help Observe
CZ Nurse Week
Observance of Canal Zone Nurse
Week this year will provide a spe spe-cia
cia spe-cia occasion for giving thought to
humanitarian efforts of nurses
who are a vital segment of the
ri rniunitv, Gov. W. E. Potter
said in an announcement CHilin-.
? '-ntion to the observance which
will he held the week of Oct. 26
t"-u:h Nov. 2.
n. icthmian Nurses Associa-
t:nn is s'resrng
Ins" as it theme
Disaster Nurs Nurs-for
for Nurs-for the oherv
p: e year
ryn McNamee
according to Katn Katn-chairman
chairman Katn-chairman of th:
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s c"Pinl course or train n
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disaster nursinc in KPin-"-.
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al Zone Civil Drrense nroram.
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ica"ed attention to this training
fy'-i thp work thoy pre now do!ng
in training other nurses in the
Ca-l Zone. Mrs. Slowick is pre presently
sently presently teaching a group of Atlantic
sHe nurses.
,The notice issued by thr r.ovrrn-
o' a.c'"','l te cnonorl of the
al public of fip pnrc-im
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renneslpd orcan'zatinns and
individuals to. oSserv v--e Week
with appropriate activities.

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Point 4 Arranges
Special Training
For Panama G-Men
tnr mnrnhprs of the National
Secret Police will study methods
of criminal invest:sation ir the V
niled States, in conformi y with
a program prepared and sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the International Coopera Cooperation
tion Cooperation Administration, know in Pa Panama
nama Panama as Point Four.
The Panamanian detec'ives par par-'irioa
'irioa par-'irioa 'n tW program are Vir
gilio Aragon. Jaime Guerrero, Jor Jorge
ge Jorge Antonio Va!!arino and Rogelio
Francisco Sanchez.
The t-aipii? thev wil' receive
for a period of two months is in
keenini wi!h a reouesi' rnm t"e
Panamanian governmen to facili-
h tr-in'ns n orr"i' o lm-
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thf offic'als cr,ncer',r,. as. w"ll
a to havp them train their sub-
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knowledge 'hat 'heyx will arcn're
on r nmnH',iin.of the fr1'-'
The tra'ElriS program1 inc'iides
police nrpahijtation. Jerhn'f iiesj in
criminal, nd su'v-"ve : "V-'
tinn and methci's of police
training.
After comnletinp th course
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the fourth period, with only
score.
It was a game of defense both
ways, with both College and the
li'" rs exchanging punts.
Alexander's superior booting
kept the Devils out of trouble most
of the time and a good striking
defense, featured by Russ Favo Favorite's
rite's Favorite's frequent drives to throw
J.C. for losses, was the big help
to the Tigers.
The piiH-'i of the J.C. line was
almost impregnable to Cristobal's
repeated efforts to break through
for a victory.
The big and practically .only
Cristobal threat came in the 'ate
part of the third quarter. On sec-
17 Out Of 20 Jobs
Canal Lists Are
On Pacific Side
Seventeen of the 20 positions
now open with the Canal organ organization
ization organization are on the Pacific side
of the Isthmus, according to the
Personnel Bureau's transfer-vacancy
bulletin Issued this week.
Nine of the vacancies on the
Pacific side are with the Health
Bureau. These positions are:
clerk stenographer, bilingual
clerk, clinical social worker,
food dietitian, electronic me mechanic,
chanic, mechanic, veterinary observer, oc
cupational therapist, staff nurse,
and kennelman.
Other Pacific side positions
are: carman with the Railroad
Division; civil engineer, Engi Engineering
neering Engineering Division; clerk. Division
of Schools; cashier, Sales and
Service Branch; clerk typist,
office' of the Comptroller; file
clerk, Administrative Branch;
motion picture projection equip equipment
ment equipment mechanic, Sales and Serv Service
ice Service Branch; and wireman, Locks
Division.
Position1! available on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic side are physical therapist
with the Health Bureau; tem temporary
porary temporary guard. Locks Division;
and road yard locomotive engi engineer,
neer, engineer, Railro d Division. The lat latter
ter latter position will include work on
both sides of the Isthmus.
Sr. Life-Saving
Course To Begin
f Coco Solo
The American Fed Cross, Can Canal
al Canal 7nnp chan'er. will conduct a
course in senior life-saving at the
( Po' nool. Mrs. Earl Sanders
will bp the ins rue'or.
The e will be an organizational
meeting at the pool on Tuesday,
at 3:30 n.m. Adults are encourag encouraged
ed encouraged to Hen no f"r 'h:s course.
For further information please
call r- Solo 780, 9:30 a.m. to 5
p.m. daily.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 21
hours ending 8 a. m. today Is
prewired bv the Meteorological
nd Hvfrnranhl! Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:

Balboa Cristobal
TFMPERATURE:
Hlfh 85 88
Low 72 73
HITMIDITY:
Hieh 98 92
Low 69 65
WIND:
(max. mph) S-13 N-13
RAIN (inches) T 1.09
WATER TEMP;
(Inner harbors) 83 84

BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY, OCT. 12
High Low
2:36 a.m.. 9:05 a.m.
3:03 p.m. 9:25 p.m.

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INTERESTING VISIT Officials of the National Brewery were exceptionally pleased with
yesterday's visitors to the brewery's new $6,000,000 plant on the Trans-Isthmian Highway. The
visitors were members of the staff of the Industrial Management Training School at Albrook
AFB, who brewery officials said were able to fully appreciate all the modern equipment and
explanations which they saw and heard because of their technical knowledge. Shown here
with the 'group of U.S. Air Force technicians are Arturo IUueca, public relations officer;
Seorge Dllfer, Canal Zone salas supervisor; T. Gabriel Duque, president, and Alejandro A.
uque Jr., acting general manager.

ADORNING THE SIDELINE MARKERS, and most definitely adding to the color of the game when they aren't cheering their team, are these' six lovelies Irom
Canal Zone Junior College. Left to right: Mildred Gibbs, Jo Ann Harte, Amy Luddy, Gladis Miller, Jackie Dunn, and Frances Page, s

ond down with five yards to go
on their own 37 yard line, the Ti Tiger
ger Tiger line opened a hole on the right
side of the J.C. line and Keith Ku Ku-lig
lig Ku-lig raced through, sweeping far
to his left.
The Cristobal halfback would
have gone all the way in fact he
did had he not made but one
step out of bounds on the Junior
College 42.
Kulig stepped right back in, but
the damage had been done and,
amid the cheers, of the Cristobal
fans who had thought Kulig had
scored for Cristobal, the referee
Junior College's
Tropical Collegian
Names Officers
The Tropical Collegian, the
literary- magazine of; the Canal
Zone Junior College, has an announced
nounced announced the election of Nancy
Bryant, a sophomore from Fort
Clayton, as editor-in-chief for
1958-59. Gloria Talt of Panama
City, a graduate of the Pan Pan-American
American Pan-American Institute, has been
elected technical and business
manager of the periodical. Ap Appointed
pointed Appointed members of the staff
include Kathryn Neher of Pan Panama
ama Panama City, poetry editor; Laureli
Butters of Fort Clayton, fiction
editor; Marcel Belanger of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, non-fiction editor and illus illustrator;
trator; illustrator; Sylvia Johansson of
Panama City, humor and fea feature
ture feature editor; Sylvia Spurlock of
Fort Clayton and Sandra Methe Methe-nv
nv Methe-nv of corozal. fine arts editors;
Donald Alexander or tjaiDoa,
men's SDOrts editor; Auristeia
Schmidt of Panama City, girls'
sports editor; Carolyn Despaln
of Panama City, art eanor, ana
Nancv Hughes, typist.
The Tropical Collegian, which
was founded in 1936, publishes
verse, short stories, articles, de
views, features, and drawings
not only by students, but also by
alumni. Instructors, ana mem
bers of the community. The first
issue of the current year will
appear around November 1.
Spanish Course
Begins Oct. 15
At RP University
The University of Panama is
offering another 1 n t e n s iye
Spanish course for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people from Oct. 15 to
Dec. 10.
Classes will be conducted In
the evenings on Monday,
Wednesday and Thursday as
follows: Beginners at 5:30; In Intermediate
termediate Intermediate at 6:30 and advanced
at 7:30 p.m.
Attention will fee devoted to
conversation practice, especially'
among intermediate and ad advanced
vanced advanced groups.
Registration Is open at secre secretary's
tary's secretary's office from 9 a.m. to noon
and from 3 to 6 p.m.

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KEITH KULIG (10) attempts
lng to gain some yardage a a-round
round a-round his own left end for
Cristobal is being pulled down
by a Junior College player
who apparently can't bear the
sight of it all, and. turns his
head away.
called the play back with Cristo Cristobal's
bal's Cristobal's ball, first and 10 on the J.C.
42.
The game seemed to come to a
complete standstill when, with
lightning like quickness the Junior
3 Zone Communities
Have Groups Trained
In Home Nursing
Three large Canal Zone commu communities
nities communities now have groups of men
and women specially trained in
home nursing as a nart of the Civil
Defense program. They are Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City, Santa Cruz, and Paraiso.
Each of the towns have recent recently
ly recently held graduating exercises for
these groups after completion of
the training under instructors cer certified
tified certified by the local chapter of the
American Red Cross.
Courses at Rainbow City were
-""di'ed by Mrs. Rosa Josephs.
The Paraiso training was under
direct:on of Miss Janet Marsh Marshall,
all, Marshall, and Miss Violet Henry trained
e group at Santa Cruz. Almost
100 individuals, mostly women,
ook the training.
The Home Nursing care training
'neludes supplementary courses in
"rst aid, care of the sick of the
irk and heloless at home, and ba
sic home nursing skills.
With the graduation of these
touos. the three communities are
far better equipped to supplement
'iasic medjcal needs in time of
emergency.

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JOHN FELDT, get up off that
but is making a fine attempt
bouncing out of bounds, and
tackle.
College eleven struck at Cristobal
as tu io'irh fuarler was mid midway
way midway through to the end.
Cotton puniert for Cristobal, get
ting away a good kick, which was
n by tr'b on. The J.C. quarter quarterback
back quarterback was halted on his own 22.
On two nlays, a hand off to
George Trimble and then anoth another
er another to Oon Alexander who went o o-ver
ver o-ver his own left guard tjie first
Moreno's Revue
Bids Farewell
At Atlos Tonight
The farewell appearance of
Oscar Moreno's Cuban Revue
will be held at the Atlas Garden
tonight, it was announced today.
According to garden manager,
Hector Downe, the show, featur featuring
ing featuring a chorus line of platinum
blondes, will leave for Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela on Tuesday.
They have been appearing at
the Atlas for the last two
months. .j.;:i;;T'
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field! Actually, Feldt (horizontal)
at catching a pass. The ball, two
Tom Billison (40) of CHS didn't

down. On thid down, with five
jama iu go ana j.u on tneir own
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Gibson faked a pass
and took off around Cristobal's
'''t side all the way to the Tiger
28.
Still rolling off the first downs,
the Devils used Oakley, Trimble,
Gibson and Alexander to move
up to Cristobal's six-yard line,
first down and goal to go,
Here the Tigers went into a 10 10-man
man 10-man line and almost completely
halted the J.C. drive. Don Alex Alexander
ander Alexander picked up a yard around
his own left side. Bill Gibson took
the ball up the middle, but stall stalled
ed stalled at the two-yard line. A hand hand-off
off hand-off to George Trimble, and again
Gibson up the middle neted one
yard as the tight Cristobal goal goal-line
line goal-line stand refused to budge.
Junior College ran out of tries

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whatever it was thai drove her famous father,
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within one yard of the end zone,
The Tigers fried one play from
their one-yard Jine and George
Cotton booted to 'the 50 where
Don Alexander once more took
up the Devil drive and raced back
to the Tiger 38.
Junior College managed to pick
up another first down in their last
ditcr attempt to score, but their
renewed drive was halted on the
Tiger 2"with Gibson completing
a pass to Trimble at the sound of
the gun.1
Junior Cbllege paced Cristobal
in first downs, 7 to 5.
Gibson's pass to Trimble, the
last play of the game, was the on only
ly only completedpass of the night.
Harry Keepers, J.C. end, inter,
cepted one Cristobal attempted
pass early in the first quarter.
8:48 p.m.
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