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new 'low summer fare
' i 4 s v
' -.'V 1 (T 3 30-day touriat round trip, I J
' 5 U U with 66 lbs.' baggage : 1
r.r-.T is... .;
PANAMA .OFflCE TsL 2-0975.' COLONS- 77
' V' V 'T'.t FAN AM A, B. PH SATURDAY. OCTOBER IS, 1958 X? K t rV hVi' V U.tlTg imm
Cjriese ?ecs 0er
'LONDON,' OcV'25 (0'pi)ommuni8rChitia"offer(d
toda'y'to send supplies to tyis
" .. (slahda n an nnr invitation
' 'A 'tfeclaration from Red, Chines defense Minister
- Peng Tsh-vhual also announcd that a ceasefire would, be
. :.t .-.M 9 w i .: .
4' : pux inio eiieci on aixernaxe
1 tit get sufficient supplies."
, -' i
" The declaration was broadcast
v by Radio Pelping and monitored
, in London. It said the order for
a ceasefire on even-numbered
' days has already gone oat."
, "It there is s lack t any anything,"
thing," anything," Penf aid;."Jun say It
i and we will give It to yovu It is
time now te turn from foe in-
to friend. : ., j
'' Peng's declaration was couch couched
ed couched in unusually .. Jriendly and
persuasive language. ;
"Observers viewed it as a care carefully
fully carefully prepared reply to the com com-rAunique.
rAunique. com-rAunique. issued at the conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of the talks In Taipei be
tween Secretary of State John
', Foster Dulles and Generalissimo
'. Chiang Kai-shek. .,,.
But peng reiterated the Pel-
To Vole Republican
llixon Declares r
- IAXJ CLAIR, Wis. (tJW)
Vice-President Richard M. nu nu-on
on nu-on predicted last 'night that yIc yIc-tnrv
tnrv yIc-tnrv bv "radical Democrats 'In
I the congressional 1 e c tions
would meah j runaway. con congress
gress congress and runaway spending,
cl'Nteoii.' makih three-city
sweep, Snrough 'Wisconsin' in
: hopes of saving the traditionally
Republican state irom tne uem uem-eciats
eciats uem-eciats also charged that such a
. Congress "would ,end -forever-"
rthe chances for effective legis
, lation against labor racketeers
t Wowever. Nixon predicted that
moderat Democrats'f 4 In the
northern ami western 'states
would "turn the tide ... by vot
ing for Republican candidates as
, they did in 1952 and 195G':
Asserted these moderate Demo
ferats,! Nixon Said in a prepared
address, "and, the radical wing
- has captured i-control, ,ln ttthe
' North and West."
j j t VX( v
Following the lead set down
By, President Eisenhower in his
Chicago (campaign peecn
Wednesday;' Nixon proclaimed
that America la "headed for the
' greatest boom, in" history if the
sound, progressive economic pol policies
icies policies of the Eisenhower admlnls-
r txation are continued.";
Last US Combat
tit i' t
' BEIRUT. Lebanon.' fOct
OJPI) The last of the U.S.' com-
: bat troops who landed here in Ja
It. left by ship and plane' today.
leaving behind a handful of civil
affairs officers -to settle final
'i 1 1 v t s 'M'
'Most of he 'American
truard" left at a .m. in a
, ship convoy led) by the amphibious
x force flagship Pocono, command
t snip ot tne operation, urig. ben
, David S., Gray and the- staff of
the 24th airborne brigade left by
air nau an nvyr later.
";Maj. Gen,, Paul Adams," Conv
,. wander of the ground forces in
: i the landing, left bv air with : his
staff, at noon, jeaving behind two
; dozen omcers. Unarmed and wear
j V ing civilian clothes, to settle the
last detaus. ( ; f ,
. The 'Americas departure went
r virtually unnoticed in Beirut. Nei Nei-'.'
'.' Nei-'.' ther of the city's two' major for
eign language dailies, L'Orient and
r ine xuy aiar menuonea u on
their front pages, 'it-
" J4 X "(,v v
j "A few housewives, hanging out
clothes on rooftnps near the wa waterfront,'
terfront,' waterfront,' waved as. the r convoy
, : carrying the 3rd Battalion of the
4V 6h Marine Regiment steamed
f slowly out to
The departure of 'the convoy
left Beirut harbor completely free
r of U.S. warships for the first time
- 'i since July 15, when American sol
v diers and marines landed to pro-
, tect Lebanon's pro-western govern government
ment government against possible attack.
iuemoyr and bthr offshori
to th Nationaliit rarrisons
uas so we .onsnore
. j .v ... .. ii.i :
i v f
proDiems must oe seiuea oy xne
He said the ceasefire would,
Still be conditional on the end'
to V.S. Navy escorts of Nation-.
Slist "supply ships, The United
States' ended escort duty when
the Pelping regime announced
Its first ceasefire but pledged
to resume the task If neces-,
BSry. f.- 1 1
"Exception will be taken. If
there should be (UJ3. navy) es escort
cort escort ppne said.
, Peng- opened his long "secona
message to comDatrlots in Tai
wan (Formosa) from the minis
try of national defense or tne
Peoples' Republic of China" with
another invitation to desert the
Peng asserted that Peipmg Is
."fully aware that the over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming a. majority'- of the
Chinese in. Formosa, Pesnado
res and the offshore islands
are ."patriots and W an ex extremely
tremely extremely few are wUHnis'to, h
slaves of the Americans.'
"Compatriots.1 Chinese -prob
lems must be settled bv us Chi
nese alone," he said; "If they are
difficult to settle for the time
being, things can be talked ever
at lenrth. - f
He said that "political broker"
Dunes, routes to mino oiner peo
plesv business", and wanted to
take a hand tn the dispute- fee
tweeii the .Kuomintang and the
Communist Party. "to hurt the
interests ; of 1 th Chinese 'and
serve the, interests of the Ameri Americans.
cans. Americans. Jr-: ,' .v V r tig
SC Governor Wins :
Fight With Fclbvers
01 Billy Orshsm;
- COLUMBIA. 4 C. (UPIl-Tlle
South Carolina governor has won
n s tight to keep evangelist Billy
Graham off the statehouse steps.
But ah; least two other Southern
governors don't' share his anti anti-Graham
Graham anti-Graham views. "-. i. t x
Gov.4 George Bell Timmerman
Jr., protested ; strongly when it
was learned that a -Graham tally
was to be held on the steps of
the state house j here tomorrow I
down yesterday 'and decided.' to
hold the jneeting at nearby, Ft
Jackson. v- t i
. Timmerman had. first vcharged
that, the evangelist is an advo advocate
cate advocate of desegregation. He; also
said that if the service were held
on state property. ;it would vio
lata a constitutional provision for
separauon 01 cnurcn ana iaie.
uov. J ranfe Clement of Tennes
see, a close, friend of Graham.
Thursday wired the evangelist:
"Today if Billy Graham wan ed
to hold a meeting on the Capitol
grounds in, Nashville, I would or order
der order the remodeling work halted,
the' heavy, machinery moved and
the debris cleared ; to make room
for the- meeting, because I can't
thinK of any man who would ; be
more i welcome there .or, who
would do more food." r
, North . Carolina Gov. Luther
Hodges, said he soul have to
objection w Graham preaching
on. the statehouse grounds in
Raleigh. ""Knowing- Billy' as I
do,": he said, "I would not oppose
Graham's only comment on the
change ) in. plans at Columbia:
"I would be delighted to go to
Ft. Jackson. I have been invited
there before, but I Aever had a
chance in my schedule to go."
njVS.' .i !'"i Ii '1' "ill' t M i i'. n ;
Travel To Detroit,;
To GheckOri .Crash!
. DETROlf, I Oct. 25U(UPI)-1A
team of Royal Air Force Investi Investigators
gators Investigators flew here from England
today to determine what caused
S British Jet bomber to plunge
into a heavily-populated area
IBiXiJtoyai ait t wee crewmen
were presumed dead. Two resi residents
dents residents were injured. At least 20
homes and shops were destroyed
or damaged. w '
'Military personnel- from near nearby
by nearby Selfrldge Air1 Force Base said
the British investigator should
arrive within hours. The U.S.
Air Force will aid In the inves
tigation only if its help Is re
Quested by the RAF. .,
i, i r .-. i
To Ban Jesk
: )ForfOne Year
at1,"Chinesel V,- 'UU. f : 1
WASHINGTON, Oct, 25 (UPI)
President Elsenhower called
on Russia today to Join the Unit
ed States and Great JBfitaln; six
days from; now in s. one-year
suspension of nuclear, weapons
tests while the East aha West
discuss a permanent,; test ban.
,The President repeated a pro
posal he first made Aug. 22 that
tne tnree atomic powers meet on
an ambassadorial level at Gene
va Oct. 31 to neaotlate suspen
ion of tests under international
pontrnl . L '
He proposed that all three a
free to a one-year"- test ban
dating from the start of the
rnnfrrence.' ' 1 '
Russia tentatively accepted
the Oct. 31 date but'" proposed
that the conference be on a for
eign ministers' level. Britain and
the United States rejected, tnat,
but left the way open- tor at
tendance by foreign & ministers
bt. In 'today's statement Presi Presi-dent
dent Presi-dent Eisenhower construed the
Soviet position as failure to
Jiccept the U.S.-British propos-
al for; an ambassadorial: level
. The president pointed out that
both Britain and -the r United
States have-now declared "will "will-incness
incness "will-incness to suspend tests" ; and
begin the conference. t v
-""It thus lies 'Withlhe. Soviet
Union to decide whether" h Oct.
31 all countries which have test
ed nuclear weapons wlll. have
voluntarily "suspended testing,?
he-ild.- .';s.,; '1'"'
. The President said the the-'United
'United the-'United Stated regrets that the
Soviet Union has not accepted
the offer of the United States
and the United Kingdom'? to
start negotiations and suspend;
tests. .1 K? fe ff:v
. But he added: "We still hope
that It will do so." -., ;
Both the United States and
Russia' have een conducting nu nuclear
clear nuclear weapon tests this. fall but
the magnitude of '. the Soviet
program is vastly greater than
the American's-. Just one of,Russ
sla's recent test, shots packed
more than in tiroes more power
than the entir,e flJB, series.';
Funds May Be: Senl ;
To Privcte Schools
rm.ii: 'noCK. Ark. : UPD
Attorney General; Bruce ennew
said yesterday that state funds
wav he withheld f rom the Little
Rock .school district and sent to
Eubllc private, schools educating
ittlfe Rock students.
tt. nM a restraimns oraer is
sued bv the Eighth' U.S. Circuit
Court of Appeals. In his opinion,
does not aobly 'to- transfer of
state aid for education,
His opinion requested by the
state Board of Education 'said
that language of the .restraining
nrder is directed primarily at the
Littu Rock school board's trans
f er of the. four Mgh scnooi oi
! Little TRock district to a.'Ort-
vate- .corporation, and 'directs
that ho .one shall Interfere, with
the integrated status or tne sta sta-tus
tus sta-tus euo existing a of Sept.1 39
mi r v 'i -1
' a aneclal session of the Arkan.
win .Lesrisiature authorized the
frovernor Jo close 'Little Rock's
four hlsrh schools rather than
open' them on an.lhtegrated bas
is". The Legislaturr also.authorlz
ed the state i to.. divert ;. money
from districts whose schools bad
been Closed to other, public ,or to
' i Bennett saia wuunfr mt
state law or "duties of the state
board' of educatlon,'?ouallfv the
board to reopen the schools
closed by the governor. k
Huntiha Bn'rts Next
Mohtd At Rfo'.Hato
And F.ortt Sherman
j Hunting, bans .win. be In effect
next, month due io tratnjn. re re-ODirements,
ODirements, re-ODirements, Headoitarters U. S.
krmx Caribbean announced
.1. -tA 1 11- I l- At.
' The restriction ; i' ,wiil aplv
throughout ovemDer m the 1 Rio
Hato training area. and from Nov.
it to 2t in tha Jungln Warfare
Training Center area., Fort Sher-
ROUND THE MIDDLE may not be
Mt. Hope Stadium last night As
i,or inq iirsi, ume suite aDi, vn
hula-hooped in, the tain and gave
.;.'-'-. (Photo: Bill
Local 900 Chairman Lauds Zone Government
-A -letter expresslnr-TFrtirbattnreciaUon' for assistance In the
tifement benefits' to non u.s.
the Canal administration from
7 ;r ini froBp oi Tmpyr were cuvcrea inio civil oervice rciiremcni oeneiivs oa uct, 3, ana
the 'first person to benefit -was,; reported this Week by the Personnel Bureau. This was a widow
of -a non-U.S. citizen employe who died while still in Active service. She became eligible to re receive,
ceive, receive, survivor benefits under the U.S. Civil Service Retirement system. v
f In his letter, Rerrie called special attention to the fact that the Canal Administration not
onW rav. full support to the lea islation but' has since-made extended efforts to brine full under
standing: of tne retirement oeneiita to all individuals or tne organization.
Reirie's letter, addressed to
the Personnel Director, follows:
, w, Vf y, ,"V
On Oct. 5, 1958, when rion rion-U.S.citlzen
U.S.citlzen rion-U.S.citlzen employes Of the Pan Panama
ama Panama canar Company-Government-
bepame- eligible' for cover coverage
age coverage sunder the provisions of the
U.S." Civil service 3 Retirement
System, It marked the fulfill fulfillment
ment fulfillment of our long asplratlorfrs' to
ha-ve this very. liberal Denei
extended to our people,
"Wa'fullv realize-that without
the active support coming from
thet Canal, Zone administration
and officials of tne civil ervice
mm mission : narticularly- Gov.
w v. Pnt,ter and Andrew -w.
Ruddock, it would nave peen
extremely dilllcuil ior .ur w
comend.er the overage.of this
planf i .f.1
jn anaiwwn win nwiiiv
of 'nearly', five million dollars
made by the Canal Zone admin
istration ,to ,the v Civir eeyvice
fiornmissidn's retirement fund,
has been noted by. this organl-under the- Civil Service.- Retire Retire-nation,
nation, Retire-nation, and Vdo niost deeply ment was received' this, week by
annreciate tnis eesture,- rcvuis
.m.. tv.v"j-v.io octlnn was one
of the'. ecisive iaciwrswiui-ii
helped; to get S-1850t, approved
oy ne uavuukk. vi.
hnvnwf that died- Oct.',Jl in Gorgas Hospital, i benefits. Mitcneu nas no aepena aepena-K'W.e
K'W.e aepena-K'W.e do hope, however;; xnat --.- of Jamaica and ent children under the age limit
thoun snw crowiouwuu
represents a tonsiderSble expen
diture on tne part or tne .aaqmu
istratlon "in-behalf of, our peo peopleit
pleit peopleit wUl pot serve to adverse adversely
ly adversely affect our efforts to get wage
Increases 'lrf the near, future for
non-U.8. citlsen employes. 1
nn-behalt of our people.' we
Elvis Kept Off
To' Prevent Riot
FRANKFURT. Germany UPI1
MumcipaL police kept .l.''iv.
Presley off a movie house stage.
last i night t to prevent an i ex- r
pected f lotous 'outburst from s
rn' -roU ,iinS.
the U.S. 3rd Armored Division in
nearby Friedberg,-' showed up ,un ,un-txnectedly
txnectedly ,un-txnectedly for a per rtrmance by
Bi'l Haleyr British .ock, ,'n'
roller1 starting, a German tour.
! i-i i'. Vi
Presley acceded to- the ; request
not ,.o go on i te stage. He re
mained id' the wing-out of. view
of he audience throughout the
Performance.- iHe w h is tl e d
hummed,' stamped hii fcl an'
did a i few- gyrations.. He left the
1 v 1. "1
a smart football play, but' it looked Rood on the sidelines at
Cristobal High School's football
iiiasuub avuj aiacu ueiw turn vno luutuau queen nucyi. juco
the happy hometown crowd still more to cheer about. ..
citizen employes of the canal orranization nas been receives: by
Harold W. Rerrie, chairman sf Local
fits to all Individuals of the organization. i
. wish to express our slncerest ap-. principles of the ;i
preciation for alt the support we
got from the administration in
this connection and also for the
cooperation extended ; to ois ny
the Personnel' Bureau to exolain
the general principles of the Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Retirement System.
At meetings held for this -pur
pose, Mr. John Terry, MttRobertt we were to listen to him It was
Kelly, Mr. G. F. Welch and Dr,'l Indeed a special, privilege and
DI N- paoluccl did an excellent pleasure to- have an official (Of
job In getting over the facts on 1 his high level addres&'our group,
retirement to Our people, land all I i -" ir ir-of
of ir-of us who had the privilege of I ,"For this and ths unlimited
hearing f. these gentlemen are
very thankful for the opportun-; joyed from your office- on all la laity
ity laity to get such a comorehensive bor matters we wish w reiterate
educational background on the our slncerest appreciation."
First Application For Survivot
Benefits Filed By Non-U.S. Widow
i The first application for survl-;
vor benefits to s non-U.S. citizen
The" application twasv filed by
Mrs. Helena Mitchell; 1 Panama-
whos. husband,. 'Henry Mitchell,,
ler-in ine lerminaii wivisiuu u imiuy : wm v um u:
th Atlantic aid;' with, 18 -years' U.i. wliich' Is half of 'the amount
. ... m. i... ..."it -t:-.j-!m
Th Civil- Service Retirement
benefits became effective for all
permanent employes. of the Canal'
Company-Government on Oct. 5.p :'- Cmnnlmon
These Include scrvivor annaity TO U r J ( II O I IT1 e n t,
payments whed an employe die!n.'i i j- j ty
while. i in active service and ttie.WlllCD' MCCUCU
claim' bv Mrs. Mifchell Waj the
firsts be" filed tinder' these pro provisions.'
visions.' provisions.' -v; t
. Km T-anurrori -in ii retirement
cases the. papers were processed ;the jpa'nma Canal Co. for the du du-here
here du-here by, the "Per8otanel:.ilBureau ration of the locks power conver-
- ' ? 'r' "" 1 'r,'inn work, according to the trans-
ihn.n .: frmr nri nil veari
old now!' said yesterday hef never
Bot 'na d or1 the1 training aunt,
The nrevailing ratei he said.i wai!
SO- rpnU ncr. dav,
n- iImu it ,v-iv.- ...f-r : t
' So, Xogan demanded 4 'plui
interest from Iowa. k
vwhen the training' period, was
over,' our unit commander .told us
o stack arm and go home, where
we. could collect our psy," Logan
"We haven't' beard from: him
since," Logan 'complained.
of teen-age rocM 'DES TAOINES, Iowa CUPI)
' J ,'"lBack to 1900, James Logan put
- Z,' in eignt aays oi anauuunv uum
frtvAUr With Ifi-aiHinrr ht Red. Halt InWa.1'
team beat Balboa High School
Extension of Civil Service re-1
900,. AFL-CIO,". ;'.
. "All those of us wholieard the
exposition made by Mi Ruddock
at the old.Tivoll comihissary on
Sept,8:1S58, j wouldf be very
grateful if you will please pass
on to Mr. Ruddock -how happy
cooperation wo have talways en-
and will be forwarded to the U.S.
Civil Service Commission, in Wash
ington., D.C, for approval, 'after
which monthly-'payments will be
made,i effective the", month .after
death pecurred. t
k In the case- of .the death of an
employe,, both the .widow nd de dependent
pendent dependent children under ,18 years
of' age are entitled to survivor
and.therefore the fuU widow's -sn-
1 ..Ji..--iL..:il 1.A U Vn. "KfitAli.
which -would have been paid the
employe .had he retired at this
By sPdnanta Canal;
tuur BigiiBiiiiBn vie iictucu uj
bulletin of the Per-
Other available nositions are:
wood and steel carman, and loco
motive-enctneer with the Railroad
division! civil 'er.aineer, Enein-
eering Divison; lock operator',
Locks Division! electronics mechS
nic. 'Electrical vtvisiom eiectn
'Cian,' Dredging Division; clerk, Di-
vision ov acnoois; ana wo tier,
Seven positions are open with the
TT 1 U T. .. .. ipkMi mIavVT
clerk stenographer, clinical social
worker,,, head dietitian,, physical
therapist; staff nurse.iand occupa'
tional therapist. '. t 4"
The office Of the comptroller has
openings" for : a stenographer, s
clerk trypist, -and for two time,
leave and payroll clerks.
59 Men, Wonierig
. HAVANA, Oct. 25 (UPI) The ottock transport"- ;
Kleinsmith arrived early today at the big U.S. naval.,, base
in Guantanamo with 59 men, women, and children from
the US. government's rebel-threatened nickel plant at
Nicaro. , f v
A U. S. embassy spokesman said the Kleipsmith's
emergency passengers, mostly American but, including ..
two Chilean;, a Canadian and an Argentine, are "all iri
good shape." ;
Virtually all of the non-Cubans employed at the plant:
boarded the transport, but five Americans volunteered fo;
remain The ore Mr. and Mrs. Sherman A. White, Carl
T. Lindeholm, Villiam G. Wendt and Arthur B. Courtney;.' V.
The Whites and Courtney are plant. left defenseless by, tne
employes of the Nicaro Process-' withdrawal of loyal troops from
lng Corooration, which operates the area, because of the pos pos-the
the pos-the plant, sibility that the tebels might
Wendt works for the Cuban try to kidnap, them. i
Mckel company, and under
holm is an official of lhe'gov
ernment's General Services Ad
ici.HiLftMiig-MMU not. immediately
The 'Kleinsmith' lay Off Ni Nicaro
caro Nicaro for 16 hours 'yesterday be before
fore before its launches bad brought
off the last of those who phose
to leave. Loading was delayed
while scouting parties checked
leports that the harbor
been mined v No mines-
knbwn tohave been found.
The aircraft carrier Franklin
D. Roosevelt, detached from
maneuvers near .Guantanamo,
stood by while the launches
plied between ship and shore.,
The carrier's official misison
was merely "to provide heli helicopter"
copter" helicopter" airliff if needed," but
there was little doubt that its
presence was a grim warning'
to the rebels not to attempt
anyf interference with the"
The U.S. government appar apparently
ently apparently brdered the withdrawal of
non-Cuban workers from the
Navy Wives Transit ;
Canal, 'Chow Down'
On Carrier Boxer
s.,tl! V. j
The Navy's aircraft carrier Box
er departed the Cri3tobal pier thft
mornmg to continue its journey
from San Diego to its. new home
port on -the east coast.'
The carrier made the canal tran transit
sit transit yesterday with about 150 Navy
wives added temporarily.. to the
crew. They were invited to board
tne carrier for the-transit as .a
good will gesture" from the ship's
commanding officer. .- Caot. Irvin
L, Dew. -
The gals were outnumbered near
ly nine to one by the regular ship's
company, a skeleton crew of a a-bout
bout a-bout 1,000. Normal complement for
the Boxer is 2,500 officers- and
Besides the scenic Interest of the
canal route, the wives were taken
on an extensive tourof the ship.
including its engine rooms, han hangar
gar hangar decks and bridges They joined
the "chow down", invitation at
The lady visitors debarked the
Boxer at; Cristobal and returned
to their Pacific side homes by spe
cial buses.. ' , j
An Air Force helicopter cover covered
ed covered over the Boxer as, the carrier
made its way through tha..canal,
with aerial photographers record
ing the transit., f
(;;;m The ..
'Clauds Desmond Chambers, Jr.
Panamanian was fined $3 by Judge
John E. Demlng at Balboa Magis Magistrates.
trates. Magistrates. Court yesterday for failing
to observe a "halt" sign at the
junction of Thatcher Highway and
bomn Bruja Hignway.
He was also fined $10 for having
to operator's license. ,
About 50 Americans were ab
ducted by the Insurgents-last
summef and two more were -
hhis..weekX : v V
une xianap victims 'were re released
leased released unharmed, "but 'the.U. -State
" Department sharply. de i
nounccd the rebels' "uncivillz- t 3
Meanwhile, the Cuban army ?
was bracing for an expected f
outbreak of rebel activity as
next,, months election ap
'The interior Ministry 1 can
celled all mllitaj-y leaves and
ordered .troops -' into barracks
throughout; this island nation;
Informed sources said 400
. radio-equipped police cars ar arrived
rived arrived here this week, Jncreas
ing; the, Havana 'prowl fleet" -to
an estimated -3000 oars,
each capable of carrying five
This reinforcement of the po
lice system means -the govern
ment can mass ; 15,000 "well-'
armed men in a matter of tain
utes at any spot around ths
capital where major trouble
The only late report -of vio violence
lence violence came from th Manza Manza-nillo
nillo Manza-nillo area, where -a' rebel Siir
exploded under a bus killed-two
travelers and wounded "many"
Living Coils Level;
Recession Is Over V
WASHINGTON,1 Oct. S5 (UPI)- -President
Eisenhower today hailed
the leveling off of the cost of liv living
ing living index as 'proof -that recovery
from the recession is1 '"possibli -without
jnflaiion." 1 I
The President 'said the nation
'must preserve the stability of ths ;
value of, the dollar; without re recourse
course recourse to stifling ccntroli."? k v
" iTh President Issued this atata
ment ; day after the labor depart department
ment department reported jthat for the first
time since the winter of 1055-58
thr consumer price judex has held
steaay tor s two months period.
V'This .mean3,that the recent
gains in the weekly" earnings of
American workers represent real,1'
increases in buying power, not just ;u.
offsets against higher than it has
been for well Ovpr a 'year find Ms '.f k
15 per esat above what it wa('jx ::
, The 'President par'icularlyfnott sx
ed that the cost" of? living report
shows that "for 'the second" su- ,
cessive month the "retail cost of
food to the American housewife U N
down," .j ; .. a i 5
Post Office Hours:., ;
At; Balboa Heights
Now 8 Until 4:30 ;:
'The hours of service at Bal Balboa;
boa; Balboa; Heights Post Office hav
been extended and windows are
now open continuously from 8
a. m. until 4:30 p.m. ..
With the change, postal mon money
ey money order service will be avail available
able available fromi 8 a.m. until 3 en.
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ipnuts la Jatara Iraai raaatia.
TH MAIL BOX
v SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
that, f'lnnri we are havine on the
Rlo'Grandc, and that Matamoros, Mexico, is Under four feet Of
water. The picture industry sent a recoruer uuw m
York and we had it first hand yesterday- It didn't come our
ways,' to flood Texas., ,.
Drove for- four hours yesterday over the largest major city
In the country and didn't cover, It. Didn't do my eyes any good
either. Paved streets have passed Loop 13 which circles the city
and has a distance of 65 miles.
Our rains are letting up and we are having Boquete weather
but it doesn't feel the same.
Traffic accidents are picking up Jhe jwm i old cause
Both former Governors Jester- and "Shivers had 4idh In ;a
collision yesterday. They escaped seriou&uiy.but w won't
need a war to get rid of them.;. .-.hw,.-. -:
There were $3,000,000 in rdad contracts let. last were, and,
more on the block this week. ?.
Took the last wonder tablet the doctor, gave me; and am
feeling fine. Hope It keeps so, for the. price ,of pills goes jip, with
every change. ; c Pop w'tlgbt
RADIO PART PRICES
'whMi'ta unmMni resnonsible
of the Curundu post radio and TV shop? A radio tube with a
listed retail price of $1.98' in the AUted Radio Catalog, of Chica Chicago
go Chicago ill., retails for $3.P.1 at Curundu. Figure out the profit on such
a small, last-moving item.
' If a tenant is continually bickering arid cannot get along
with his neighbors, and continually turns them In to the hous housing
ing housing authorities over fancied wrongs and other complaints, then
It is high time for the proper authorities to get on the ball and
to remove the offender to other quarters or off the housing
In one Zone housing project there Is an old offender who
has turned in practically every tenant that has lived In this
area in the past eight years. Tenants have been moved invol involuntarily
untarily involuntarily and some moved out willingly just to get away from
the constant blckeulng, name calling, false accusattonsnd
back-biting preferred and prctlce4.te.,thi-gItalWsAT?e.:;wtf'
of this tenant continually staiffu'ekuses with her women
neighbors, and continually calls her husband from work when
the situation has got Ot of her; control.
Now this husband has continually accused the women
neighbors, due to the prodding of his wife. He has not been
gentleman enough to accuse the master of the quarters, but al always
ways always the master's wife. He has been known to come to neigh neighbor's
bor's neighbor's quarters and push his way In, providing the husband was
no)t at home. If he could not get in he would bang on the walls
and door and create more noise and confusion than ll:th oth other
er other neighbors put together He-has. bpeCkriowrj to epme to the
quarters of other neighbors -on a caU from' his wife from three
to five times a day and at least three times a week,
The question does this individual take time off from his
work on annual leave; is he permitted to do his. neighbor neighbor-baiting
baiting neighbor-baiting on taxpayers' money? The authorities of the housing
project in question have known of these conditions, existing,
but have not taken positive and decisive action to eliminate,
this problem. This individual has been offered a' different a a-partment
partment a-partment twice. Each time he has refused.' ,.
Recently one tenant was made to move due .to the individ individual's
ual's individual's continual complaining. This tenant had threeiweeks to
go for retirement. He was put to additional expense to get. his.
new apartment cleaned up, all for the purpose of living there
The neighbors are willing to be cooperative and keep the
noise down to a minimum. But I don't believe that any neigh neighbor
bor neighbor will permit himself to be browbeaten.
This individual should not expect from any of his neighbors
complete abandonment of their normal life and procedures. He
should not expect his neighbors to take off their' shoes while
going up ihe stairs, ,or to insert their keys in the -lock to close
their doors, or to forbid their friends to visit them, or to abstain
from talking with their neighbors, or not to play with children
or own pets. '
He also does not react favorably If a car is being tuned up
In the neighborhood or minor repairs made .on countless Items
around the home needing' repairs.
But still this individual can get away with annoying his
neighbors by having all kinds of strange noises emerging from
his own house at all hours of the day and night.
What chance have the neighbors of getting their proper rest?
When an Individual complains against his neighbors, why
doesn't one of jhe housing' officials investigate the complaint
Impartially and from. all angles,' and, net from orie Individual's
viewpoint as has been done in .this -case? ? I
Having' this chronic cdmplalner living among serious, sen sen-slble
slble sen-slble and responsible neighbors has caused bad feelings, lack
of peace of mind due to nervousness, and near-hysteria as to
the complainant's real intentions. This all can be remedied by
the housing authorities taking proper and positive action.
Morcud B. Sed
; One of the first things we
, in New England, particularly at
. VVUcge in ouabvii, vy9 wav uyt
money might be losti, v
7 i i It would appear to me mat any agreement with the Repub Repub-jlc
jlc Repub-jlc of Panama should be,followed to the letter and in addition
to present agreement another one should also be made requir requiring
ing requiring that all labor on local contracts wjth Mie- U.8,., Government
on, their so-called' companies should be "either U.S. citizens or
, residents of Panama lor over one year.
'At present it is noted that contractors have brought elec electricians
tricians electricians -from Canada for work on conversion. The union labor
In the Canal Zone would benefit by revision of treaty of 1955 to
provide for labor restrictions the same as purchase restrictions.
While en the subject of labor, may I suggest that, as In
certain United States cities and states, trading stamps be pro prohibited
hibited prohibited la Panama and the difference for the cost be paid the
underpaid labor at the gasoline filling stations and chain stores,
etc. These, employes get from $9 to $12 per week of six days. :
t knoof two Panama City gasoline stations, at least one
ef which gives trading, stapips, which work their labor a 54 54-hour
hour 54-hour week fer $9. y
From a review of wages paid and conditions of work, as well
at the employment of boys' In adult Jobs, I can only conclude
that the Panama Government labor Inspectors are asleep at
the awltch along, with the price control Inspectors.
k .Alternatively, there are, less
inaction V V;-. ..
; Vivaf panamai, Adelante Slempre,
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.JOSHUA POWIWi. V
NW VMM. UT N V. "V
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1 is mo 14 oo
tfoina to look into the prices
learned in our business training
Bryant and Stratton's Business
num iiiuoi, uc iwcH even uiuuiu
charitable explanations of their
By VICTOR RISSfU 'f
NEW YOKK In-up-coming
TV performances Eddie Cantor
will not make banjo eyes;, Rob Robert
ert Robert Preston will not make music,
end actors' union chief : Ralph
Bellamy will not make like
Roosevelt at Campobello. They'll
make speeches. Short ones. Poli Political
tical Political ones. For there Is 0 busi business
ness business like show business in the
final tense, ulcerous days of-a
These stars will speak out a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the rlght-to-work ;4aws,
for they are to 6ne' side what
Irene Dunne, in lonely yigil, Is
to the other. In this conflict In
the last hours, the labor leaders
and their allies are taking to the
air with what Madison Ave". Calls
a spot attack. Not in years has
so much glamor been- readied lor
the battle on proposals which
will be voted on in six states
proposals that would outlaw the
union shop and employes, check checkoff
off checkoff of union due from! workers'
This glamor will be packaged,
as they say in the trade upJthe
street, in one to five-minute
taped TV and radio speeches.
Then the tapes will be spot spotted
ted spotted broadcast over andvover
again In all the big cities in
those States voting on 'the
right-to-work laws on Eleetion
Day. Most of these spots have
been produced here lit studios
rented from ABC and Dnmont.
Along with the Other AFL-pIO
aeting union : members men mentioned
tioned mentioned above will be singer
Sammy Davis and actor David
Wayne. They- and former Seii.
Herbert Lehman cut their
spots under the guidance of a
pro in this business. He is
MorrlsNovik, New York Cltv Cltv-radio
radio Cltv-radio commissioner under the
late Mayor Florello La Gur Gur-dia,
dia, Gur-dia, and todar radio and TV
consultant to the AFL-CIO. ;
Meanwhile, back at the Hol
ly wood, homelands. Novik's coN
leagues have packaged .Eddie
Cantor and are working on a
two-hour "spectacular" blast at
the right-to-work champions.
The "spec" Is under the hand of
Broadway and Hollvwood pro
ducer Dore Schary. The talent
euilds are being asked to elve
their all directors, writers,
actors, musicians and entertain
When they're packaged, they'll
be projected on the television
screens bv Schary over an eight eight-city
city eight-city California "network" short shortly
ly shortly before election. Theiv!i in 4f
Ihe-shN 111 be the r Wf
work amendment known as Pro Pro-nositlon
nositlon Pro-nositlon 18 in California. Half
hour section of it then will be
clipped and telecast across the
Thlg Is all slightly more ex expensive
pensive expensive than in my dav when I
stood alongside a, barrel, hand hand-in
in hand-in out smooth ; coated card card-with
with card-with an oversized ero.; print
v thecHsht"' box? For thl
shlverJhf conscleritloisress. th
rest of the nack and T wou'd
each get two-bits., Today, with
automated campaigning, It is
much more complex.
The Hollywood anectacular.
featurlnf AFL-CIO talent, will
he sponsors by the Cit'iens
Committee Against Proposition
18. This in turn. Is Interwoven
with the National Council for
Indnstrlal Peace, ooprat'nr out
of Washington. TbVe It l
rected by publicist J?, Red Red-Inr
Inr Red-Inr who helped inlr Harrr
Trnman lnt cnnfotfniMnir the
odds in '4S. Rddin' nominal
superiors are lorm'" Leh Lehman
man Lehman and Mrs. Franklin D.
The National Councl1 has rel-
lv hurled itself int this bitter
fiht. Its liaison with the Al
CIO is Andv BJemlller, the labo'
orsianbatlons Cone resslona'
contact. He and R'dln(tpT
constantly on th rot'-'. They've
hit most of the six states r.
llfornla. Kansa Color Ho. Id Id-ho,
ho, Id-ho, Oh'o and Wsr''?,rton. In
each of thes -t,t? tre is a
central committee ef rift"
under various names: mlifor..
nia tjwe ye;seve;n reiqrotl sub-
commiT-teea. v. '" M v;
- in Ohio. rhAst of t" '?1 eltles
hav fiommltteetj of then own
This 1 a bine eh h s.HTht on
bpth sldei.' The nation' labor
leaders on on flank and the
fbree symboUwd Pert,. Wll
Man linowlnnd on the other are
fivhtinr for more than a nrln-
clDle. This s is a basic conflict
which will influence political
thinking for a decade.
There now are rl(rht-to-work
laws in 18 atetes. simU.a.r. laws
re passed in these; ei;tates.
then jHrtwtllv tfce TJJSil.wm
be Mvrtedrnw ithem,. That's n
Incontrovertible,;. amJHnt ef
wftat.tj nepwe ininjo ot Amer American,
ican, American, labor leaden and, the t
lonsnf today, r "' V,
WH Know ; on the night, of
Nov. 4. '1
TO THI yiCTbu...
run lunsvu, inu. yvr i iruri'
land High School football ; r0scS
Glen Bryani wncea zi or me zz
mPes f-om Har'ford City ; home
Cnnila' Mit rnA th lad mil A Ml
a burro to f'tf"l remise to h's
players wnen tney. cmsnea tneir
schedule undefeated Satumiy.
Bryant ssld he'd been piled. by
ssndwichel by Iocs' farmer and
"had a ball,' Rut Tm sore and
stiff an over." v. ;
fanama American an independent daily newspafw
. v ; 'V?'.?y.A!!ohVYouJL Drown Out There"
- If J If ';V f"' -'
11 1 ' v '
,. ? 0r- f A
"Goldilocks," co-authed by dra drama
ma drama cnuc mailer Kerr and his wue
Jean (he also staged it), isn't h.s
arst eilort. It's h.s 5th... Eugene
O'Neill's last play, "A Touch ol
(be roet, is crammed with his
customary eloquent neuros ;, ana
uespair. Many people loiet he al also
so also lathered one of the more popul-
er comedies, "Ah, -uildernessl".!.
v lahg-player you must get: Swel Swel-ta
ta Swel-ta Fitzgerald honeying 32 .Irving
uerl.n dandies.,. Umpteen essays
have been scribbled about the Ac
tors Studio technique. Lee Stras-j
berg, its Proud Father, explains
it all in seven words: "Actina is
to live on a stage". ..Actor Paul
Newman has declared peace a-
gainst the critics. He publicly
raised Jthemi with: ?1 think s you
hifetito tespect the drama Vand
you, remembef that one cntic pan pan-led
led pan-led the Broadway -version ( o;
Henry Jones (he plays Louis
Howe in "Sunrise at Campobello" J
reiays his pet Joke.An emanclal
ed tramp knocked on a farmhouse
door The lady ot the house, ooen
d it. "I haven't eaten in 3 days,"
ne moaned. .."on. yu poor man.'
she saldx "you must force your
selfl"... Mod-la Dep't: Cattle stam
pedes in ; those hoss-operas arc
costly, podna. Costs $5 daily--1 1'
rent a cow.. .What's wrong wit
the Movies can be. illustrated wif
s dullble feature currently tnak
ing the rounds: 'Teenage r Cave
man" and "How to Make. a Mon
ster .., Be sura and read ''Ezio
Pinza." hi autobiography. Pepper
ed witi backstage stuff. ..Did yw
know Maurice Chevalier launched
his show biz career as. an acro acrobat?,
bat?, acrobat?, Jane RusseU'i, nickname
for Marilyn: ''The Round, One.
Fannie Hurst's autobiography.
"Anatomy of Me.'1 Includes her
oessonal credo:; "r would sather
"feTet what I hav done than what
I have not". -.The New-Yorker
-nas's Genet reoorts; that: mny
foreign critics have: saluted Bri Bri-?itte
?itte Bri-?itte Bardot' a.s an actress, which
he star honestly believes she
'n't.... Dinah Shore's "latter,
"Scene of the Crime." is a bouncy
novelty,..Taxes ire like th's: Star
r.rnorv perk nointed oots'-'As an
actor on salarv. IV cannot .ake
money, after $200 000 la year" K.
Hav yo't". eniove4 iTohnnv Con
rruet's ftiim",'Raisins .nd' Ali
monhs"? rThey art L tna-cha Ver
sions of Yiddish! folk tones.-Memo
to Broadway; Honefnlsrv;Ne'"fr
auit. Today's overilight star is the
one who didn't give up yesterday.
Everybody'!; a; e'eiebritv;- PJiot
mav nag an eswyoyi'ieu ny .-jn,
"none n haDy-stuer. Geewhif.)
Excent for ? two or- hrer f f theS
'amil'r shof the new TV eson
has been dtsapnoihnhjf.YIThe 'Re 'Revelation
velation 'Revelation of the wk Thar Zs-
Zsa, the Blondlfu! Ohej.ls actual-J
w a .Reflhead-T.lmesrf Char'f'e;-
Tear fnf goot jwa ; vcue
the film uve'l"aien fifrV fifrV-wsv
wsv fifrV-wsv yfc&iSMti'ithV
ed here frihe1NeCVo'- 4bW.
(SilMY,..The Hx.denf ';:.
most i.3w;miiron aniii m a a-musent
musent a-musent t?'xe.,.I(wU .r-S next
record.lna' 'clfrVhnt'W ")..,..
w. vijiA Srd(lo., lt has
a frolliElctojIicHv beUSfime e:1
tors W cv-irnafW' e"
the mgn'ci't .iu-n; of 2fl 38
no vttaanlht.iK(. tha jtu
la-Hoop, sohffS H 'fnkinsl '1tA
to u nam .disnes WVtb i, plavb'H
Bt n'n"' mi tH Wtli ,ln
the-, af anhsttan ;.Hotel;.'.So hve
e D al-ey, to wU V.To)i T e-br-
..."Oiiclcen ; is.. Dennis W'a,"i 4
Ladyfingers IHelotse" at I the
EliTabeth when she roV ber- nt-
ranee into the Empire 'Stage Bid
i : ....'. ,''.;A "l ...V.',. '.'f',.'.',.. .f.
...Several in the. cast are drama
jluueuu uuiu uiie tUiv. of Cleve
land... Rodgers ana Hammers tein
permit no one Uo get: star billing
in any production of "Oklahoma
a.uaua is co-author ot -M new-
est balladandy: "Mr,' Suctess"...
i iy.M ius a teen-age iraulein
teaching him German on his day
Hill-.nd Range, the most suc successful
cessful successful publishtrs of pure corn
(iuii-oiily, rocKnroll, etc.), is run
Dy uie Auerbach Brothers, Juuan
auct jean, lhej speak mit a Choi-
min ockzent. They publish most
oi Presley's stulf... Mrs. Brando,
who just announced intentions -of
divorcinff the star, will be surpris surprised
ed surprised to read Marlon' comment in
the current Motion- Picture ; mag:
"Anything that makes mv wife
ippy, makes me happy,, W.i.f
vignette: jaion KoDardi, Jr. and
1 s father (one-time film star) are
in the play, "The Disenchanted"
...Soma Loren's comment to a re reporter
porter reporter that being a good cook helps
von hold your husband clashes
with Marlene Dietrich's nifty;
"The kitchen is the. most over-rat-
id room; in the house" w Natalie
. yood says she lost s.x pounds on
The co-parents "of the song hits',
"Witchcraft" and "Young 'In
Jeart" (Carolyn Leigh and "Cy
?oleman), have a new dilly nam nam-id
id nam-id "You Fascinate Me." Mabel
lercer toys with it at the Cherry
Lane Theater ... Henrv Margolis.
-producer with Martin Gabel of
"Once More With Feeling." is co
boss of the Chambord Restaurant
and many others in smart hote'r
.j.What's up. Doc? Between FranF
Loesser and nroducers Feuer an'"
Wstln7 Frank's burned up bout
"Whoop Up' and wants to sell hii
nubllshers rights, it svs her
Blind orchestra leader Phillin Ben
neft' offers the delightful reoar
tee between two new grandmoth grandmothers
ers grandmothers One ,was eo-crting hep twin
granddaughters in the park. "My,
TiTi wv!" "sld the first grandma.
'your grftndkmder are soooo bea
!" "imwrn." hmmmmV
the other, "you should see thd
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
4 : .Great Wliile Fleet ;
" '' .'(,' t
New Orleans Service j"
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargef
i New York Service
, "SAN JOSE"
. st . .' F I . 1 k; i
, 4 i. i t AA i . ,',
: rRISTOBALW.CC Jk. FEDPER ftr.RVICR
, "BYFJORD'? r..,a....v.tEvery (15) Payt
.It '., .,, '..r., ,'. J" 1 '". 1 fiv.
eekly sailings of twelve passenjjer ships to New"
Vork. New Orleans,, Los Angeles, Snn,f;ancisco
40i : .ind Seattle.' ?;'''iv r
"' '"'"f 1 1 1 1 .",in ,.' i ii ii I, I, ii i mi i
' SPECIAL ROUND, TRIP PASSENGER PARE FROM
2 MJ-' CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA: ? '
yWJitvf fork and Return i.t ,.,T. 1240.00
f'J '? Returning from Los
.'Tii Seattle and, Return
Br-vl' 0 TELEPHONES! V
1 4 CRISTOBAL 21 21 (" PANAMA' ;
B ,v.,v U4 -,t "J" ?v
, ; '1 4 I I
Dnn't rifpt" fioht with
Dorothy Oanoriuge. In one' ox Uie
okgy --tnu. xies" scenes.f a J e
gave 200 pounder Rock peters
uch a Oelt--iie's now walking w(th
the aid of a cane."Bell, Book anu
Lanuie, .' toe most expensive co
medy ever .filmed at Columbia
Pictures,; has such an lmportan.
cast mat Hermione uingoid, ja
nice Kule and Elsa Lanchester
aren't even among th first four
in tne b.lling ... Ihaf same film
firm has little faith hi rating sys
tems. They hired two outfits 'io
take polls on their Kim Stanley
picture,. ,"The goddess. They did
their big hits! ... Producer David
Merrick will have seven shows on
B'way ,this t season. He proudly
points Out: "None of my angels
ever had a reamer singed."
Variety'' editor. -Abel. 'Green
did n .essay about the )ate Carl
r. son, a line man. Ye ed said
Carl's theme song was "A Little
White Carnation." It was: 'A Lil
White Gardenia." -Oes Call Me
Perfegsal),.. Monica Davis, who
made her stage bow last night. in
way theater) is a hurse at New
York Hospital ..Ton v. La veil'.' form
er Boston Celtics basketball star.
' to for an Imoortsnt role In the
undsay Crouse comedy. "Tall
Story." It ooens in Jsn.'.Jn Lon
don Kay Thomoson saidi' VThis'l'
V he ?tting for my next 'Elolse
1. , At. t. 1.
dook. i love inis n ck towni ...
Here's a switch: Jpan Dexter, fea featured
tured featured sonjstrese at Houe of Vien
na, wears gowns mfle btf- her 11?
vef-oln .dahtr ... Broadway a i
fickle street. It romances so ma
ny and falls in Jove with so few.
EXPLODE NUCLEAR' WEAPON
'WASHINGTON (UPI) J--rThe
Atpm'c EnerV' Commission
announced 'that ft u a" S I a has
exploded another nuclear weapon,
" second tn two navs ana tnij
toth since the Soviets resumed
testlnfc on SepU 30 i .-' f
. . . Wa t
.X :v, A
Angeles S270 0
1 -NASHVILLE, Tenn. W Few people-;
realize it wnen fear liit
creeps, into the heart of. a na ton,
and iew people toaay probably rea realize
lize realize that thu is happening an the
vmieo & aies,' -TWhen
Nazism'Jirst began corrod corroding,
ing, corroding, Germany, most people didn't
pay-much a mention. A bomb was
tossed at'.a Jewish synagogue. A
Iwastika appeared on a JewUh
shop., it j .wet iittie attention.
Some people' even snickered.- ;
? But gradually: the persecution
gsew. Prowestan a and Cathd.ici at
tirst sat j bp the' sidelines unwor unwor-ried
ried unwor-ried about the. prospect that they
nitht be next. - ,r
'.But they were nex-Jas the ha-
ireo? ind the tertor f spread. ? : It
sp:ead Until heignbora suspected
Neighbors, until fathers feared sons
and until a government based on
terror and'iforca reached out to
subdue neighboring natens with
terror and loree. - t
Whe i bomb went off in front
of the Jewish .eommunitv center in
Nashville last year, nobodv oa'd
much atleftiou,. It-didn't hurt any
- 'Se.verar'Protetan lin'nist'ers
called up Rabbl W ".jam .Silver .Silverman
man .Silverman to express their 'shock a ad
to ask wha.'. they, could do to help.
nave you preacnea. aooui iif
reo'ic i tne KaoD". '"Have yo utoia
your people ihajr this is wrong?"
.: 'iir ministers shiu J"ev nau nm
and they "seemed to hes'tate about
QOing SO. I 1 ' r : r'
POCKETBOOK TERROR i
More bombings followed in Mia Miami,.
mi,. Miami,. Charoltte, N. C, Jacksonville,
".Some were Jewish temnles. soma
were Nigra churches.
Then, on Oct.. 4. 1958. one var
af er Spmnik, the h gh school m
Clinton, 'Tenn. blew up at the
hands ot hn expert dynamiters
iionaa happened oelween Oct,
4, 1957 and pet. 4, 1958, and much
of it, especial y the increase of
hatred',-; tore holes in America's
proud tradi:iot of l've-and-let-live,
of loving thy neighbor as thyself.
One week later, Oct. 11, another
terrible explosion wrecked a syna synagogue
gogue synagogue in Atlanta. A few days later,
there were explosions' in Peoria,
II'.: in Boston against Jehovah's
Witnesses, he religious sect of
President f Eisenhower's mother,
and a report, tha, a bomb was
planted.. in .beautiful S1-. Patrick's
Ca hedrai mecca of worship for
New -York, Catholics,- .,
Taking the same -pattern as that
followed, in i Germany, -fear' and
terror grew.; Police "Were stationed
outside of 'most -synagogues in the
South,' Therein. drea of some rab rabbis
bis rabbis had to z be escor ed to school:
-Most people' however," still were
not afraid.' After ialL itwas oniy
schoolchildren 'and a minority re religious!
ligious! religious! groups which, had suffered.
-However few hadbe'gdn 'tThh
a great maev other t oeople' in a
more -cowardly but highly sensi sensitive
tive sensitive spot-- he pockefbDok.When
big mariauf cturer in the North wa?
asked to eon'ribu'e bui'dmg mate
rials to help- rebuild the Clin'or
-choolh-use, he was) sympathetic
but replied that he had to do buii-
j At J
13 West Street
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) Liu West .Street from "B" Street to South Ave.,
j Weit Street-from 'B'Steeet'to' South Aye.
16West Street' from "B" Street to South Ave,
Mi Mi. "Si i 1 i ,
'i 17 West Street from south Ave. to Central Ave
I'.l West street froin'.'"!!" Street to V'A" Ave.
' Central Avel'from
i Monteserin' Street.
7--Ancop Ave. from
I' VH West Street from "H" Street to 17 West St;
i tour: o:uu a.m ii:uu a.m.
t -Colon Street rom 13 East Street to 13 E. St 1
w-fii 'J.ri'-; 'i i s
--Central Ave. from 13 East Street to "G" St.
-"B" Ave. from 13 East Street to 15 East Street. 1
-13 East 'Street front Central Ave to 'B" Ave."
U East Street from Colon. Street to "ft" Ave!
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 195$
ness in the sou h and be might
oe boycoUed there.
BILLY GRAHAM 5TANDS U P
On the othejf.. hand, the AFL -Buuuing
Traues Dn.ons wer not
afraid, Hearty cooperation was of
leiea by u twteuytt, tne
be:s he plasterers, to Iry to get -v'
the laDoi to reouud the Clin.oa
schoohoue free. v s
Nor was Rev. BUy Srahm
fraid. He telegraphed:
;'A' smhocked ana disturbed over
bomb.ng of synagogues, churches, A'
ana s6nools. -'nii type i tiling is
what brought Hitler to power .la
Germany. am delighieu you are
helping to raly : leaders of, all lv?
waik of 'ie o ; .ake strong
stand to discourage ithe yvave of
bombing, 'Will do all in, my power f
to assist.' Gladly lend my name-
on committee for eampaignivJrt-i'.-v
v Other Southern leaders were e1 (
qullay, .unafraid including-Gov.
Jn Culeman of Mississippi! Gov,
Luther Hodges of North Caroinak Caroinak-and
and Caroinak-and Gov. JLeroy C Jlins of Florida.
,"We can't'miflgle hate with disA
respec io law"' said "Coll ns, -"without
reaping disorder, That' V"
wnai we are reap.ng today,"
v"The South does not believe
In using force and terror; against ; i
children or aga nsf wo -shippers of
any religion," was the emphatic,
statemen: ot Coleman, j
They, with many other Southern
leaders, did not hesitate to stand -up
and be conducted in a drive "o
mobilize public opinion aga nst ter
rorism an dhelp whose who have -suffered
from bomb? of hate.
They included Sill' man Evan.
publisher of the Nashvi le Tennen-
seaa; Mayor William Hartsfield of
Atlanta; Mayor Ben West of Nash Nash-ville;
ville; Nash-ville; Mayor Bruce 'Hoblitzell-- of
Louisvlle; Ed.E, Reid; head of
the Alabama League of Municipa-'
Uties) Barrett Shelton -'publisher
of the Decatur, Ala.v Daily; Con.
messmen uro(K Hys or Arkan- (
sas; Congressman Howard Rntr
of -Tennessee; Maclin Davis, he
nasnviiie attorney; Dr. Hugh Mor
gan of Vanderblt University nos-,
pltal; Sen. John Sherman Cooper r
of Kentucky; Sen, Tom'Hennings
of Missouri- Sea. Estea Kefauver
Their hope is that an aroused
public opinion will 'out an end o ''
the day when synagogues have o 1
be guarded by soejeial police and-
children go home from schoo' not
knowing w'isther their school
house wilv be there next: morning
when they come back.
BLAST WRECKS BUILDING
'STABANE,' Northern Ireland
(UPI)'ws Persons believed to be
up the Labor Exchange buEdinf,
in thfs border town early yester-.
day.'; The blast scattered papers s
and debris ove a wid are
wrecked a neighboring hut and
broke i windows T o'her huileings.
Mo one was injured. v 1 ,
AFRICAN VOTE BEGINS
am continuing to. maki
improvements in my service to
you, I'll 'havs ta. suspend the
electrical Wyiqe in thi follow-'
ing areas on Sunday Oct 26s'
a.m. 7:00 a.m.
Street to south, Ave. 4
."J'" Street to ,"a" Stieet.
"K" Street toy'l" Street.
from 'H'' Street to "J" St.
, .i,J mm , t,
S ;j,Yourt electric ssrvant,
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THE PANAMA AMUUCAN AN wntFETfDfWT WlM KtWIPAPSl
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STUDENTS HONOR RAYMOND GORDON
AT DINNER PARTY LAST EVENING
Raymond Gordon, community development adtisor of 'the
Point Four program, was guest of honor last evening at a din dinner
ner dinner riven at the Sky Chef by students of the National Univer University
sity University who recently completed the course in community organi-
WUAttending the dinner were representatives of Social Secur Security,
ity, Security, the Department of Social Welfare and the field of medical
social work and public health.
Mr Gordon conducted the four-month course for degree
candidates and Panamanians who have graduated from uni universities
versities universities in the United States and Canada. The course empha emphasized
sized emphasized the cultural importance of the acceptance of change in
attitude as a basis for a strong community development pro
gram in Panama.
Mrs. Himos Is Honored
At Fort Gulick Tea
A tea was given this week at
the Fort Gulick Service Cluli by
the NCO Wives Club honoring
Mrs. Cecil Himes. The centerpiece
of pink and white carnations was
flanked with white tapers.
Hostesses for the tea Were Mrs.
George Henning, Mr?. Carlos San Santos
tos Santos and Mrs. John Vasilake.
Attending the event were Mr.
Clifford Ralph, Mrs George Card Card-well
well Card-well Mrs. Fred DeMaio, Mrs.
Dennis Saunders. Mrs. Lawrcilte
Bray, Mrs. R. 0. Wilson, Mrs.
John Dotson, Mrs. vAlbefto Bfpwn,
Mrs. A. W Flight, Mrs. Richard
Mills, Mrs. C. E. Williams, Mr.
John Bortfstrom, Mrs. Joseph Bal
'cazar, Airs. Haruin ruin,
Tiniielas Gomez. Mrs. Anthony Bar
ni Mrs. Guv Trask. Mrs
Brown and Mrs. H. A. Ledue.
Church Woman Pln
Baxaar At Gamboa
The Gamboa Civic Center Build Building
ing Building will be the s?ene of the an annual
nual annual bazaar sponsored by the
Women's Auxiliary of tho Gsmboa
Union Churcn Friday, Nov. V
A turkey dinner is to be served
at 5:30 p.m. Movies will oe shown
for the children's entertainment,
and such homemade articles as
cakes, cookies ami candy will be
Mrs. Jj. I'". Jenner. Gamboa 6 6-755,
755, 6-755, is r moling dinner reserva reservations.
tions. reservations. NOW IS
To Lay The Foundation f Of
sirr- j D. 4IAIAI A
rive all Dancers and anyone tfoethfttl play en inelud'
ed) a sense of poise, trace, balance, muscular control and
Studio of Dane (Balboa Y.M.CA.)
Limited opening in tttlltkift.ClllUl tW BfnHf. In Intermediates
termediates Intermediates and Advanced itudenti, leett ftiwhtmt
classes for Boys and Rhythfflie Eefilie Classes ler
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Visiting In Panama City
Waldcn.ar 3w,t;:lski of Mexico
City arrived on the Isthmus to
day for a combined business trip
and visit with old friends. He is a
guest at the Panama Hilton Ho Hotel.
tel. Hotel. I IIC II Tfi.b Na. 1
Ts Obttrv Annlvcfiiry
Troop No, 1, bf the internation international
al international Boy Scouts bf the canal tone
Will be celebrating its iith anni anniversary
versary anniversary tomorrow by attending Di Divine
vine Divine Worship at St. Mary-the Vir Virgin's
gin's Virgin's Episcopal Church, Rainbow
City, at 7 a.m. with Rev. J. A.
Immediately following the serv
ice, a luncheon will be held a I
Shack No. 2, Building 6071, Rain
bow City, at which scout-off icial. icial.-of
of icial.-of IBSCZ will.be feted.
Troop 1 was organized by
James A. Hassocks, the present
scout commissioner, followed by
Pearl E. Ford as group seoutmas
ter (now District Commissioner, for
the Pacific side), and succeeded
by Davis A. Stanley, who is the
present group scoutmaster.
Other officers of Troop 1 are:
Normanh Wilson, assistant spoilt
master; Federict, Headlcy, cub
master; ?nd Granville Browr. us
scoutmaster. Much assistance
given the cubs v Mrs
zi of Rainbow Ci.y.
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uusiness meeting Monody
post home in Cristobal.
The Veterans Da; dance commit committee
tee committee chairman will give final de
tails of the tifth ofticial Veterans
Day dance which will be held
Nov. 10 in the Sky Room in Cris
tobal. All members of the post
and IIS auxiliary are handling tick ticket
et ticket sales. Table reservations may
)C made by calling 3-1641.
lahi'li BlHwitian u
The Bahi'i e( the Canal im
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her home taks time 10. Jive eiCB
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Of Hungary Revolt
BUDAPEST .(UPD The second
annve'sary of :he loody 1'Jjil
Hungarian, revolt passed withaut
ine dent yesterday amid a generil
ighlening up of security fot-ees.
The hatlbn'i Cbmlhunit lefd lefd-f
f lefd-f ItreHSthened mttAs in sflme
p acei and reliable Sources si A
Dolice arrested several hundred
oersohs as orecautionary meas
Ure. Last yar a large group w?s
placed in temporary protective
custody until the anniversary dale
Llf in fiUdaneS'. center Of
some bf the most bitter fighting
marking the revolt, flowed nor:
ma'ly and reports f-om provin provincial
cial provincial centMS indicated he day
Two Budapest eemeteries, the
Fa'Rasfe i and KerpeSi, had more
visitors than normally. Many of
the pffSPhs who kl led n
tlife revolt wef4 buried in the
ceittPiet es, some Oi litem in mass
Budapest newspapers made no
menllon ;f the 1956 revolt. In Instead
stead Instead the Communis newspapers
have been celebrating another
revolution, the 1919 uprising in
Hungary led by Bela Kun.
Kun's government was over
thrown after only, a few weeks iH
Nor did the newspapers give
any prominent play to the gov
ernment's ueci.ion Wednesuay
hifiht fejec'.ing an Amercan re
quest thai JoSef Caroinal Alinti
szenty be fan m sate conauct io
prbefied to Mbmfe tttr the conclave
BegiHtting tomorrow to elect a
All public! buildings were guard;
m as usual by Dolice armed with
sub machine HUnS, BDBCial riOt
snnads ann communift workers
militia were reported held in the
barracks on an alert basts.
Soviet soidieri rarely were
seen on Budapes streels. Reports
said that Red soldiers off duty
apparent y had been res'ricted io
garrisons fo- the day.
The Red Army has about 50,000
men stationed in Hungary.
LEESBURB, VS., bli 2S (IfPliH
-Artnur ootifrey today nad an
explanation of why his helieupter
crashed In landing at Leesburg Air
The fift vear old radio and telft'
vision star walked away from the
helicopter uninjured Thursday,
Asked about the damage he said,
"when you eraek up a helieepter,
It's really eraeked up,"
The Civil Aerenauttei Admims'
tratien continued its investiiatioh
to determine the eause of the
erash. The CAA had no immedi
ate eitplanatlen following Hi en
animation of the eraft.
INSTANT-f ASY TO MAKtl JUSt a tUm
of the cold water faucet, and fen
joy full strength iced tea, instantly.
No tea bag mess No water td boil
utmtsmNo, ruu siuNfitk hMbk.
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tverytifnt. Xlway elear .haver
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Army, 'Group Opposes Move
Of Missile Experts To NASA
WASHINGTON (UPI)-fhe As
sxia ion of the U.S. Army was
Oti I'tcord today id oopoJillon to
fcny ra&sfer of Army missile
acientisla to the iiew etviiiah
lite associailbti'i annual meet meeting,
ing, meeting, attended by 1,700 civilian and
military supporlefs of the Army,
called on President Eisenhower
in a resolution to thwar. the pro proposed
posed proposed takeover by the National
Aeronautics and apace, adminis administration.
tration. administration. ...
Other Solutions adopted this
week ineluded demand that
the Army be enlarged from 'he
present strength of less than 900 -000
men to ai lea oiip 'hoi.
and that it be provided with its
own fleet of troop transport
Two top generals sharply con condemned
demned condemned ihe controveisiat missile
transfer p-oposal at a news con
ference. Both Lt. Gen. Arthur G.
Trudeau and Maj. Gen. John B.
Medaris said such a transfer
would interfere with the "momen "momentum"
tum" "momentum" of. Ameri"i's satelli e and,
other space work.
Eisenhower i,d a news confer-'
ence last week he would make I
the final decis on on what re-'
search teams and facilities are
transferred to NASA. This may
come at the Oct. 2i meeting of
the U.S. Sflacs Courtcil 01 w.nten
Eisenhower is chairman.
The exact form of III NASA
has not been d sclosld OfficiailV
t iraiin fiiannan tnlfl Ai-fhir tu.
retary Wilber M. Brueker he
would like to take ever. S.loo
Germany seien ists ana teeiini-
elans and 'ieir laboratories at the
Army ftitllMie Missile .Ageney,
""","'""- .. .. ......
uiiH'auiiiu. Aia. x
oiennan ai.so was s.aio o nave
proposed taking bve? the Jet Pro--ptilsien
Laboratory of the Caliter
nia Institute of Technology at Pa
sadena. which now cm AtUite
and missile work for Hutilsv'lle.
Bible Study Croup
At Fort Amador
A Bible stwiv and diat'iHslt-n Jek Cempten, Lt, tel Beiyi.
aua, "ServKtrueo for i!hris,!,ifil" 5 Tav'f. .w. Gel, Wallace
u ton mmw hi Purt Afl.fiociMaftello, Ma John 8, Whi e Jr
Personnel from all fiosts were wiIm'I' mmm p. rtfltie, Charle-i id.
eeme to attend meetings e a e
Thursday ivening at 8:10 in the
Instead ef eheeslng effieers, the
group will operate under the di
rectien of a steering eemtnittee
eompesed ef Pfes, Donald Liebner
ft obert Behl strom and 8en ,t,
Wiehman. C.hahlaln (Col.) Silas 8.
Decker, UlAftCAfttB ebaplian, is
the sponsor, , 1
Programs at present Inelude a
worship serviee, musie and Sible
diseussien, Future plans rail for
broadening the seoee ef activities
to inelude rharitahte and eem
miinity servlee prejeets,
' I ''
Tk NMM lHi M
However, Glennan was under understood
stood understood to have .oned down his pro
po:al3 itt I reeen letter to De Defense
fense Defense Secretary Nell H. MeElroy.
Trudeau and Medans said any
such transfer would -damage we'
P0h development at HUdiSville.
Mcdaris said the delays wou d be
The team has launched Ameri America's
ca's America's Explorer sa ell les and de developed
veloped developed the Redstone and Jupiter
ballistic missiles. Both generals
hinted they thought inter-service
rivalry as well as mi itary-civil art
competition figured in the NASA
Trudeau said the Army missile
eamhad "a greater competency
and demonst-a ed capab lity Mail
anyone else has yet introduced M
the American scene."
Seven Army Sgls.
To Hew Pay Grade
Seven members of VJ, Army
caribbe-in-five in the Canal 2one
ana two id Pmid Jtico lilt
week wer promoted to tne
new E-d mastei1 sergeant iratie;
The upgf aflifll .resulted froffl fin
listed H-Ombtion Board meetings
earlier this month.
rpLlb I ak ,1 i ... ... i
, jne mira quupta auotea
n9 the flunfbpr nf
" Jfi' mm of
inCltlded in ih nl-nrtiftlltth rtl-rloP
were M Bats. Allen A. Kline, fort
Amat eri Jbe Milam, Fort Clayton
HPntiiin n7on ranit.,1,,; i? i
uncimilllll, ridJlUlS O leVllll, r Otl
glaytoh; Martin Hernandez, F'eft
PaVlSj ftobert E. O'Shea, FOi't
Brooke; and Ernest Trotman,
, Appmnments were made en a
.hesf qualified basis, The board,
.nniuii ussu ii luiinuiR in consiaor!
ing appiieants, forwarded Its re
etimmendations to the yemmand yemmand-mg
mg yemmand-mg general, who made the final
Serving m the beard werei
Col, Waller i, fcKslim Jr.. t.l r'nl.
h'F Edward Sid-
AI First Baptist
tv omen a niniiinnary sne p
and the Men's firetherheed ef
the First Baptist church ef Balboa
Heights, are sponsoring a church;
wide- Missionary ftally Monday
night at ? .30 p,m.
The Rev. William Byat, super
lntendent ef the Southern Baptist
mission work in Cost a Rici, will
be the special speaker for the
The mission mealing is ta be
preeedet; by a hsm alnner at i
Biffl,, prfv'dea by th WMt) and
the proiherliood. M.-s. June ftebin-
,'on is the general c:isir -'.Id Of the
d.nnor. Mrs. Dorothy Cottirt is ar arranging
ranging arranging tht program for the eve evening,
ning, evening, Mrr. Mary Hmna is in
charge of the decorations, Robert
Snder will provide the humor
With "Egbert" his talkihtt deli, arid
assistant pastor the ftev. Elton
ViCkerS Will be cehflUCtiflg thi
program for the evgnirt.
The mission rally is designed to
present a challenge to the church
' to get behind an extensive mission
t program for 1959. The RV. Dyat,
Jhrfflerlv of TexaS, is noW under
I the foreign missibrt fi 0 a f d lfl
.charge of the BaJtrSt work in toS'
ta ftlfea, and will previdl the lnS
!pirational message f6r the V-king.
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i .nsh cakes
' 4 roe
13 Chang -position
14 Arrow pollen
' D brunkard
4 Imsli silvery
i Parsee sacred
II Hardy heroine
UMiah volcH If Matt
JO Presses IB Benefits
i NeiaUve word J3 Eagerness
22 Browns by
27 Greek letter
25 Cry of
32 More beloved
40 Small pieces
41 Eagle (comb.
4S small pilehaM
li Grsup et three
Horns ef fiih fiih-B6wi
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' "f" "51
The first contingent of Roosevelt
Medal holders wha are comma to
the isthmus for the Theodore
ftoosevelt Centenlal observance
during the week ef November 945
sailed yesterday from New York
aoeraa tne Panama nner Aneon,
Prominent among the group of
eldtimeri en the advance passeng
er list are Cant. Arthur T. Luther,
veteran canal nilett J6senh H.
Htilsen, longtime ticket agent of
tne Panftffla Line: and Mrs. Lea
K. Buean. last woman holder of
a Roosevelt Medal to leave active
Othpr Roosevelt Medal .holders
Sailing are Mrs. Charles L. Bleak Bleak-ley,
ley, Bleak-ley, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Carkeet,
aeorse fi, caraeet.. sr. Mrs. m.
a. Huff MP tfld Mf. Jnhfl .t,
Murray, Mrs'. Mane C. Neweembk
ana Mrs, cecuia m, parmeter,
A-mueh lar lelgreujl 'Ml fteoiie'
uatt Marfal hHlfiana it Bhdilleri 1ft
tail fe (ha fathmtit tht fftilflwtna
week aboard the Panama liner
crislebat which will arrive rer
Mendav, November the -Jlrst
day ef the week's observance.
lavaoal wll Vrhwh canal em.
pleyes are returning en the fi. SI
Ahhak Whu a fa Mi ifiH Wr
Flevd H. Baldwin, Dante J. Cic
ehelli, Mr. and Mrs. Bart J. Elich
and daughter, Mr., and Mrs. Ger Ger-,iU
,iU Ger-,iU I Vrnth Mr and Mrs. Elmer
H fjardner. Ms Gertrude Garni.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Fruerer
aha two rhi'ren. Mr. and Mrs
Arthur W. Smith, Mr. And Mm.
Dan'el .1. Sulllvar-. Miss Flo" Vr
on, and Mrs. and Mrs. A. Edwin
Wilson and two children.
Promoted To Major
Department ef the Army or orders
ders orders reciived her this fceea ari
neunced the frbjjnatibn of Caps.
Milton W. Mefearefl Jf.. t the
t ahk of -ajdf: k ii asswried ta
the Security Servlc Detach Detachment,
ment, Detachment, Fort Amador.
Aniwer to revlou Put
IPIAIKJ ir&aJW I V
43 Green -vegetables
47 New Zealand
50 Army officers
31 Shade of red
'if OSWALD JACOB Y
AfllUn lor NEA Sarvic
J 10 7 2 a M ?
V Q 8 3 V A 10 4 2
a Q 10 S
East and West vulnerable
laatk Wcct North East
lK.f, Pass 3N.T. Pas
Opening leaxhHk 3 i '... ?
ftard LUek Joe won East's nine
At NBaflBl with th ure and IpH
tile queen of clubs for a finesse.
The finesse lost to East's king
inn East promptly shot back the
deuce 01 hearts. Wests queen
knocked out dummy's king and
Joe tried the diamond finess. West
took lvs king and a heart return
enabled East to set the contract
with three heart tricks.
"There I go again," said Joe.
"Two finesses wrong and brilliant
defense was necessary to beat me
"Well, you gave the defense all
the helh you could," said North.
"You should have won the first
SBat' lead with the king,- not the
"What difference did it make?"
"A lot," replied North. "Yoor
silly false card marked you with
"fr.'-nn n' sondes and w.arned
ftSSt that there was no future in
in fcP-e itit. t ynu ha' won
with ihe king, East could not
have Iflctitpri the ace since maybe
t'r-'t 'aUH have sta'tei M'ith king king-jack.
jack. king-jack. In thst. c? 'h rriiwh bve
returned the spade whereuoon you
wouH H"v r--"'' "'e contract,
b?-i breaks and all."
Nofth w-s r!"ht.' Joe's false false-earfl"
earfl" false-earfl" .Wbs Worse than useless.
4 The biddinf has been:
North Eaai iMinth Wt
la Pass Pits
I R.. Pass t a Pass
ft Pass v Past
I a r Pau ?
Veu, ieuth, hold:
What do you d8?
rail story and ao'laer has uifntd
Your partner hat opened one
elub ana jumped to two no-
(rUrriB after yur one diamond
HspWise. YU iiBtd: n .
Aiai A 0ICJ7C5 J
Wht d yu aa?
, f Aaiwtf Menday -r
on Mouse win
Of D Company
rtfflir rA men or rt C6m
nany (Walker), S4th Armor ira
piannlnft to bbserye tha 182nll
anniversary of Armor with an
ofien house on Saturday, Dec. 13
at Port Kobbe, a highlight of
the activities, to betfn at 9 am,
will be a military, stakes compe competition
tition competition between armor platoons.
Tank rides for spectators and
refreshment also are on the
, V(f ....
' 1 'v.
lATtMHT, OCTOBiR 15. MM
THB PANAMA AME1UCAK AN WOEfETIBEJfT DAflT R1WBPAPF1
-am a. t
CklStO&ALr Aji"can Udo Halt
- But Mi
- Atttoo tin. i
EvtnMlistie SerVicl J;? I
PW MWUni. WandT. 1:00 Bit.
W. M B B1D1I Uloy ""
A.M . --ic.it. alt i ; :w
Men Brotherhood (L
Monday taoflthl ...jm
T. LUX A. i,klI
5sr :: f It
ivetimi wwyui, I SB &
Hi tit a Ird frldlrl
( I jk. iNiWalltBM;
Mljor Mrt. W. BishAb
II February Strelti Phobl
3:00 Sunday School
7: JO Salvation Meetinf
BnvOy Mr. C. L. MoMley
IllOO Holinesl MMtlnl
11:00 HdlltMiSI meeuni
eeLo 1;HJ?a sfUfctfr
r. CBHln 8, Tl
, 11:00 HHne n
f :M ilitatfc
Church o.icl 8-3MI
1:30 a.m. Church School fre but
tarvlce. CUwei for all ages.
16:30 ajn.--Worshlp Service ChuriB
ind Primary Children. ehUreh-fWI
71:Oo'Vnt':hlor H1ln f!lowhlP-
:X.raUrt Scti68L IUJrvl
Clawesi rtUMIt tHtBUWl
Ntirirtj ISf j IHIIntii and mttall cnflj
Wl'p injW ellowshlp;
:1S put ellowdhlp.
.IriH BffieWi meetlna at an
nounced itBffl etl IB wee.
. M SIM. HllMaaMy flrVKMi
W : Aft a UO mCaaailVlBl WHfmiBBa
-,ltlM II InMUneti
Chvrtku l tlii amy tinki bi ki CiiiI Zini, lad (hi luminal titlti
ftawt dttk II Wrltia Widnudlf MIR at tki Uttit Br IB lklBH
ht tki fMlH litbrdi'! thiirth aii. i
- MlBhWl, fnkrtk tierl'lrlll ina thlUiai IN llkld tl Inflfl) (ha
if PlftaM M Cole. Republic al PlRllBI, HrlBd wtltimi ll ill
timti to iaj ana wamen at Ida IrtBld IMfllM, IKa II livilliR Mlh
ata, IriaaM ind tttMra. : '
- A all Mrvttt, Tha PamiM Amiriii Ijili hlliw, by dlMmU
kitllHI. Ma(MI ll htun ( WartM R4 IMI (lUl IMiVltiU,
LiiliHfi ik Hftti ittm tiiti ( limi Diniminiliini hiving inly
M tl Mr! (IRrl(ilM ail lutta UHa( "Othll Chutlhll lirvlill A
A IkMiai littin H lailaaltf lar tafttlll it A(M ll(l, Ait t IHI hltll
in Niml UKIanl. "..
K, MAki ltNbi(L'HBika
. SUltday t 1:00, 1:0a.
Hill Oty Maliatl Idl tiiM I A
ind t oo D.m
C6Ie4Wion, BatHMari 1:10 M l!W
hd 1:00 to S:W p Hi TnUrMtf, Mfofl
inl Friday: 1 ta liMI P.
Miiaculou MaMI Navaftii M M
CltaehUm elan tttat Ml liol BUM
Wiinatda aiW :IBi ai
Srfndav !!.. al 7 J) i : Ih
Httty Day mw! t: am Mil I'M
I fid ta 1:90 :
:U (A 1:60 b ffb
y Befoft r
Birred HNrt utvatlanat IW IA ad
Hi eiaMi l!U M i!U B Bk M
OUR LADI Of FATIMA-CurBnttD
Sunday MIX It BiM I M:
Holy bib MM II IJJ0 lite.
ConfamioM: 1:66 to : p.nv on Sat
allUHl I IB tl in
it, aokef ri
mm U IjOtt and liU l.M
m II :( t B
WallriilW lljlMM ihfl I ff).
M i I on
CBlWniHn CUM! BuHOIf l!DB IB lTO
,fUlM Inldll NHVlflll BNtt
InltfUctiftnll 'i'hUHdly f:M
St: ViMCtikffe.Pihimt t'ti.
. ufft Mi tmtStiiH8 In m
ftidi Inl ii8S t M I
Con(eafll8hli Bityrda iiM t km &n(!
'DO tl :0tl Bffi ThurdV altftrl rirat
tldl. 1:1111 B
tl ft: ffloay.lii
. CltleBWiB GlaWi
GUM! Aillr 1:30
Gohverl ei.i. I JO t it: Ritftaajt Inl
IIAtUU Ma I'Sll kin,
ihi B mm: im I itt it tui
nn Saturn! S 30 I mJ
Cltechtnn El..: 1:1ft 10 BiOtl aft 6M
COnfeMlonl: 1:00 tb 8:30 I.m Sunday.
T Mtlltn BAPTllT iB LA SALI.fc
tcau na :w
0 and. .1:30 tJti.
m MBA i Thurt
!H! IHfl M'it FrllaV HIM! IjM I W
6tf Day MMi :M I.M, Id :0t
turrfeskleftli, 1:19 tB ItM ilia :W tt)
Mlr.ctliU Mldll NnVlnli'fHdaf'lteii
...... ... ...a.
Uiietnuro.inM. bjbw era an sunaay
CenVIrt tillMl MoHflly till P
Sunday. MaU! 7il
It MaMi 1:80 B:rn,
CMinHii: MtUHilt 1:30 M 1
l hfnr. riM
!itlehiffl Gl; S!t
m GlJM; SitS 0rtl BuflSiy.
Bacreo Heart wavenar iswi o m: or
Convert tlwi b:bb B.m on tnuraaay
Sunday Mamrt: 1:45, 8:00 and 9:15 l td
Hbly Day MlMKi 1:45 and 1:00 I n).
, C6ftfStlfiMl SlHlfdlJf :0u lit I.-W Ihfl
Tioq. tB ijoe b
IrscylouiS Mlnal Nlvenll WldnHlilf
Ind 7:6(t d:Hl:
bm NbVfHi: rfla tiis b,m
EVetilni llrvteel 7 :6, 1, m,
i jCleM'lili bin 6fl Mnndlff
ft. SlturHI MBfHliii
fm. Sfttuta betrnliohl t ir, Ud
ftr JatiftaTh M Roarra:W I.m
, triHtCbPftrfiUHIbn tflfthlbtlBhl fer hl).
dtlfl Mbflflljrl IBd
1 :0B D.rn
Sunday Mateeti 7:00. 8:00 Ifll IB:3 1:1
Holy bar M: 1:00. l:6o a.m. Ihd
lira ta im Bffl -Wtr RAtnry Mfth v-
fiOO Bffl on gHHaiy;
Ell: After :0B Ml Bb
Flft BIHIFaiyi MIM II l:St) INl!
B6l FAMILY eWMh
miraculous Medal Nnvena
HOI D RtaMrtw !8 I
5:lS 0 At.
tonlesKlblt ,. a III
f OrdUl tdt I nt.
MlaeM 1:10 Ift, aft l.hfl
"oly & MaliiHl l:M I .hi: Ihd I160
gjvt w. aaa .7V
1 kmi 'Z m
Mjfll BUfl PbVIMI fM
Iiikl .ni .a t
Holf Dly MaMa) liM ,,. and 1:1.
'eantiMlanl litUrlly it fM M Ifll
iKlf rivfilnl livallunl, 7
MFltfn fc CpMlntfliMti.
aMa liM t.m. and liM
Heart NAvarni im ,a
iindl BMMll lfO IM,
nauinui inairtiiumt c m
fit I M am.
itlan fitf I
tiCiN in BBMIWH IiM fl BB
Conrert trurtruetlona ey appointmeiil.
tniecHHW CMi BundM ln:lB l.m tb
rltoPlbn" bV Mftft Hi Hi-id
id Hi-id Blfrimint 111 afty HCtltwiUbn It 1:30
i. Is Miffinli
mssM.Io, 1,80, ll:ia I Hi
rjtt SltbrdlJ Mai! -tt.ii 1:01;
Saturday .. 7:00 n m tn l-Hd a ih
Thi HI Me ft jjahw (tB, I f 0
fhl Vwi Im, Miibm i NtmiBi
n. i cteaa
"H1Sanl MHl fihmH.IIHIHrt,
1:11 l:fti Chill fh BthHni Hit nm
nuniyn .hi sun
I Hi Blntl
I EbKnlUHidBi ltd lUA-
'fUutlk Ultnililt-itl .:,,
11 00 lifl) .MorHIHI Ptliflt IHI
men. Hoi ttnthiuHTlttl 11 SUHdil
f ffl fevthihf litviei.
W I IB
St e5rrtTJUiSHmr Prlyatl,
Church oi at Andrew
Th Kev William W Baldwin,
Prleai tat Charge
im 7 41 lb
lilU a m
lAlao Holy Cnmmuniftn 2nd
Mornina Prayer & Sermon 11.00 a m
. Sunday eacl
CHIpel of Thl Mood Shepherd
Th Rev Clarence W Hayei,
l:U l.lfl Mbrnllil Ptlylr.
(H.G: liHH FflHaV (IcB MSfllh),
Bl ilrnun'l thunh
flit He tfdHH SblaF PFIeH in Chlfll
Ohoril feUcHarlil Ind Sir'
Ron i .i, i . i 1 1 1 ; i i :
GHUrrJh SbHbbl ,,.
EBiKcoPII VdUH CHUFehrneii
Prtyef Mid Hal
Woman Auxilllry. tHfl ad
.1 ; j :
WEDNESDAYS M THURSTSAYS
iiiuitl t iw am
1:00 I M
,...,ii..t 7iM 6.ni
SA I'tmUAYS -i l:- n f
it .immii. 8 (30 arti
th Rlv. John Speaf P h1 thrt
MHHilflJI PrayeF ana CHurCH
mRmm iLi.ii:ii..i.i,iitii 9i00 liiri
mbtt ...i..m.. It:3i a.W
Cnhfirriiltlbn Cla 1:30 a. M
Choral lUehlrlst Ihd Btr-
H6I Baptism ............ ItM hoe
FVIHftHHa Ihd AnaTtM i.m 1:30 Ihi
Wotiiln' Auxiliary ......i 1 no p.m
THliflSDA! bf FlASf BAYS
Holjf CBntfflUMIbH j.ui liooam
PALO Bfigft k
1:00 Irti: Hbl Communion.
Cburch of SI Mlrjtret
Espave and Braroa Blvd
The Rev. Jease K. Renew, Rectof
7:3,0" I.M. Hdly Cbfflfflutildn. J
MS k m MBIrtlna Prayer Ihd
ll 00 l.rn. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS Ibc HOLY OAYB
1:30 a.m. Holy tommunion.
th Re. Alarlcft, Wlntt,
Ptltat In, Chlrre
Th Rev. blVld A tMbbrne,
4:00 a.io. Chprll Kucharlit sarmon
30 I.m. Utfint Baptii
Iheid til Bulldink 131)
5 no urn Youth fellow
f.80 B In Womlfi Auxiliary afil Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
( Ptdl'1 thatB
rh Van Lemuel R flhlrle.
fhl Net. CIFliOH tl. MBIllesi Asst.
ll I rni
I in Sunt lliehlflM k Slftnl
in ah a m
Momtng i'rayar ana tliurer.
11:00 ri,ic .Hbl:
7 0tjr,.rH Idlll
JJp I m JFlbl fcorttmutile
B m: Evening prat
tiyef and llfffioB
:0b 4 ht
f tOO it Hli
'mW3AVS AWp PhiftAYI
im t ttt. HBIf CofftniunldB
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
Tha Rev. James Pel f armer. Beflaf
The Rev. Henry A. Blab. Assistant
bfl eUtRaFHH inl ItfTTlM,
m. Hol cimmunioa,
a m. MHilnlHa iiaa.
i m, Mmbihi Pum,
m m, thlldnn'l BuehlNat
M l.rft, Hlly tHiHiiihlBB,
M I.HI. Mlinlhf Pfljref.
- :; Rio abajo
It Chrialapher'i CBBHtr
101b Street, Parqu Uvf I
ta Rev Clarenc W. HiyM.
rtiMi ib Ohirn
thl li i'laNiHii A. Crtfwliti
00 I.m Holy jbrWnlifilon,. V
I'M i.m Stint fuchifiM ind ryamt.
: 10 JO a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
a: a.m. m
l:OC I ffl th
8:d0 i.m, t
(: Iffl. i
I W i.m.
U0 B W
VenlMhl Ihd tafmSB.
in ihi Ir4v Itsrhiti I Aunt
unlir Brntttltr li tht
i GefltmufllBB: 'I
ariina tin.tt and la iaiaua
i ffl bifii rfieodU eectiiy,
11 Ind Irl, SlhmitHhl,
.t'MHLH 6f tHfc MIAMI!,
44 I'HtlliBkHl Bl;, Atittiii fc A
hm lot 6.ihiiirfi Sr m r Ai r
ounoa Brntwi ,,,,,
ttllll V II
HI PIHIHil WHlH
0 l ift BUilflly Belli
lUHrlay f i.m,
Hi. P(rjilb BUHflly Bcliool
, MfetMOblSt NOfltfS
MUHdnir, tlr-l ilih-l rh. MV. Vleliir
Jtthfl, Willbfl l.B B ni: Mh A. A.
MHHUiy, Oct. IOtlt:3B B tit.
llloH CisM. Mf, 6t. MlteRetl!
.lb. frlylf inHlliig Mr. Plafl
TUesday. Oct. 21st 7:30
beaaue. Mrt. K. Ring. ,
Friaay 7:30 p.FA.-Cndlf Prattle!
Palor Raloh L. Hvaonl
ttlll! BH soil Mltgarltl. G.B.
Bund8 Sehoti ...... ..... ,f:4l am
Mbrhinl Worship .. i..... li:M l.rfl
Evening Servlrl ..mm.... 7:Wrn
NATIONAL BAPflST CttUHcM
Panama K P 23rd Street Kaat
a, h Brotva. Minuter
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . y M
Mle ..... .....7, 1:41
' Rib Abajo. RJ.
Meetings TtlUrltlayl at 7:30 p.M. Mid
8undaV al t.W om Witt Merhbrlli
M Blfl Bold BalBel W
ChLiHcH OF Ji:Sv CHftlSf OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. SURtiay 8:90 a.m.
Sundl School. StindlV 10-00. I.m
SaiJrSWSrIt MMtlHg: SIlRHay l:0A B Ffl
Rll .Bdeilty, TuSH 9 00 I nt.
MlA: WldnSsdly 7:88 B.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balhoa 4227
a II. Ail' Rranlll
Btjlldlng 100, Sehtiblhoual Road. Oltub
Sliiidav Schbbli Sunday 9 :S0 I tn
Saerarnent MMtlhg; StihHa 11:00 IFS
CIIRIINDO PROTESTANT CBURCH
"A VArm Harta Ctoureh"
Milton K Uldlg. Mlplate
Phone Res 83-7111 6t. I3MS1I
lHa Schbol ........ i.. I:3B
TA effial tor (very H)
lip ......... 11:1
illb ......... 4:
Falsi tvYMt j:i
i in irbvididi
00 I tB
A thurch Htifkly
OLII AtttOLIt tJHURcij
fclehlWsl SUhdil.li X
mA- mindl li 191 IHI
tadlH WMfldMlvt IBI Th.lMMIVi
KShi-aPoeflt el UfleUbB (HHHril .B
Vieel First lubdl fJ Mbl FnontB D
HauBl Hltlbll ChristllB ChhrCl
Rt R T lan a 6 iishe
. Mrtciatlhl M
Morftlhg ddtloh ,f.M
Pellnwsnlb Wbrlklp US J-fi
Bilhdl IthOBl' ............. II00 l.ffl.
panatnl District -IcbUt
Hill. Rlliibew Cl(
A.lrirlitv fei-hdttl ll. t.l. i
I I Hi
AdUH Bible Classes lach
Mnfiflnv l( i .. i .1 7:1
to a m
DlYlH Slrvie i ii . i ,i 1 1 ., f
Vtslfor arl wlieoml at ill letvlce
BAH All CRfifEi
f..Ml. mi Aa.V Ul ajlalllt
. v -;
t.OO p Frl. BUriaiy lehbOli
xnursaayt giwi vneu nenearaan
WW'- t: Wamlji's MiSSIohlr S
BlstCf C. Bi WlekM) Pasta
nHay Worship 11 :A0 :tn, ',7:00 p irl
THE CHURCH 6P COD
18th Bt. .(Monte Oscars Ml.)
uv. wiiiiim j. ii
Blinds? School .,
1 1 1 1 1 I:B0 I rn
10:30 1 rii
SUhdiy Nllht SlfVlcl .... I:3i
fitM rtiuRcH bF ceo
7081 Eighth St
tnal fclahlh li.. Colnn
Mm. L. c. dbHaldiaa, Pi4lr
Sunday School ..n........ IdOilrH,
Mrtt-HIHI WhrSHie .......it If) :?t A.rtt.
Sunday Might Brvlet mm TiM D.rB
THU CHtikCH OP flOtt
Nr Prnv debet
(School ........... 16:00 I nl.
Worship 11:00 l.rB.
Night Bel-Vice .... f :B0 .ltl.
Flftftf CHtlttCH OF
Cor. Jamaica ft TFlhllli
Rev. William UvlngsWH, Paslar
Sunday School 1:30 a tn
Mhrnihi wiii-ship ,,. ...... lorio irti
Bunaiy mint bi
'.milium Ivlvt) I.M.
'auth latviea ,,,,,,,,,, liim
IbltllMII iTVla, flat Iffl
f IH Iffl
Rivi "ikwlli flmsVli. Pmaf
. P.O. Box W, Balboa.
Btindiy School, Bible Claai I a nv
plVlnC Service 1:1S a.m.
limy communion, flrtt Sunday of in
Ar'.':',.''.!'-- : V .' ,''
rea BalaT fhaial
m trtiMlek 1. Iliitki View
iuAdi ll th
l:B BB I
fikUl IB Van
I Oil B,IH
5'?? I m
arviet in. t:bo pm
.ia H JDIIlta HtilBtl
WiM HllllFl BHIrl Mil
IiM Ml Bltufaal
IBM JUsl UltinM M JlVrlah vlta
dBHIf Bmw RaslT Ibl illtiatWI
tbfllit-iMiliBB Mil IhMfftk Ufid Ay.
I'b M ."talth BtFiat, tflllB Vtail
JllKHaa ytm I M I
UMUP IiM A;MnMdW f iN .m,
Posts and Bases
Bundi ifhwi ,.M. ...M. i:o.
oiyiaaji tiijM iBuuaini
fln It Ijm : m I. : .: I ll li. i. ...
lIHlfil WtWshlB MMilMLM...
UF'dajl EVIHIHI MId'WMit
Uln' PlMow'lKl'tuflkly' '.V.'i
I I t t 1 I 1 I
PhFIMllll YBIltn rilKlWsHIb ....
Sa aitt'l Fel owsnlB TnlifH ..
Ofdcer'l Chrlstlib UnlOh-Thurl.
ALbBooR air roKcl iAsi
Morning Wbrsnlp ...... 1:30 A
u s. Naval ktAtiSM, Hadmia
15th N 5 .HCAbQUARTERS CHAPEL
ly Ibmrniinion Firat Sunday
Riatk ktatioAi Summit ...
ly mass ...u...iiiiii......
day Maivtf i ..... n 7:00 A
fesildhs. Sitllfda . B 30 Ac
dly i. ...... i.. i.ii 1:00 A
. . .- .
t 1:36 &
Dulljr MIM i.. 1:18
Saturday Masses 0(1
Sunday Masses 8:00 11:48
Mfihdav Nnvena Devotions 7:311
COhfeaaions Saturday.. 1:00 A 7:3ll
Air PORGt BAst
hlSH ,iiit..i.Miii:..ili...i 7:l!
iplhlsn ,ii ii. .. .. in. ..ni.... 7
nvan Bervjeesciueaaay .mm. i
U.S. NAVAL BtAtlON, kbdmia
BUHday Masl ..... ...... mum
Blturdl .::... ...II I..... 1 1 II.
FFtdiy 1 M M I M I . I 1 1 M I I
ALBhoefi Aik FORCl SAdi
Saturday ......... imimm.iwi
gundiy Bcnooi niag: lit
lornmi. w.orsnip .ii..Miiji.t.
Fiver FellawsHlB-xBidt 8M-
POit GhlfJH i ..i.,i.i..i. 7iM
Silhday 8fcli(in ,..i.
Mbrninl WbFsHi j.mm.m.mI
YdillH FlllBWshlb, Sunday
U.S. NAVAL kTAtlON, CBt-8 loll
Sundly School ...j. l:3l
Morning Worship 11:0
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church by-thd-iu will Include
a. service of Holy Communion it
d a.m.. Morning Prayer It IM
i.m, choral SueHifiit and ir ir-mon
mon ir-mon at i o'clock and lOlemn
tveniong ind srm6n it tiso
Alio Hsied for gundajr li the
presentation of i charter for
Christ church chapter, of the
Brotherhood of St, Andrew at i
meetinj to tv neld in the Coop Cooper
er Cooper Memorial Hill it 6:S0 p.m.
Nivil cdt. R. a. Benton, who
nil been instrumental in re-or-iinlaint
the local chapter, win
fee present for the ceremonies,
Burini the nitht service there
will oe reception of merhberi of
the Brotherhood, a ehurchwide
orfeanieation tor men and boys
of the AfiBliean church, with
chapter in different prt or
Prenehlnit the iermon at
Christ Church Sunday night will
be the sev. canton Morales, of
St. PauTi church, Panama, who
win be visitinf the Atlantic side
parish for the first time since
his erainatlon to the priesthood.
Specil) Activities for I WHole
week will mark "Mefl's Week" it
the rint isthmian Hapiiit Church
beyihmng oh Stihfliy.
Aiflflhi the lueclil feitures m
cenrtedtion with the celebration
tliii )W, will be m iHBivenary
ervice for the Mih'i Brutherhboti
at 3 p. in. tomorrow; ordiriatloit ut
deai'oni on Monday night at
f!&n recoanltien i e r v i c e for
flbyil Ambassiaers oh Tuesday
flight at 1 i ittirl week larv.
ic oh Wedhcsdiy mghi le be eon-
ducted by ttieti Ind boys: commit
fllty aetivitiei en thursfia nlgiu,
m a ffleh and boys' bitiquet on
There will be three iervic to tomorrow:
morrow: tomorrow: ii a.m., S p.m. and 1
p.m. A ehoir of mett only will
lead the Mhalng at the I o'clock
service and will render special
selection! A well balanced program
is arranged for this hour.
Oh Monday night it T:30
Aienanuer neia. Christopher wai wai-cott,
cott, wai-cott, William Thorn, and Ernes Ernes-lb
lb Ernes-lb HttliiHgbrt will be ordained ai
deacbni, A hlimber bf ffllnijter?
from both sides of the isthmus
win take part in the .ordination
lerviee. The Rev. o. VifiRoy
en, atiperifltendent of Sotitherh
Baptist work on the lethmils Will
preicH the sermon.
on Tuesday night, when the
first recognition service for Roy Royal
al Royal Ambassadors will take place.
Canal fctiiie Judge, LOten M. Mill Mill-singer
singer Mill-singer Will present t'ne badges to
the boys and wm. address them.
The sermon for the occasion will
b given by the Rev. Wendell C.
Parker, pastor of the first 6a 6a-ttsf
ttsf 6a-ttsf Church, Margarita. A play playlet,
let, playlet, "the Value of a Vey" will tie
staged at this service,
Cartainrv. Ba.a : -. t
. Iha bask desires of every
Affliriian W true
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Kriy service Rev, wm. Dyai
Missionary from Costa Rica
Lati Sertice ttef. Wm. Bieby
"WHEN GOD'S ANQER LETS LOOSE"
1 Thessoalonians J: 1 10
Robert Snyder Pastor of Children's Chapel
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classw for all ages)
An eitpanaihi? ana urowinn Sunday School invite
You to e.tov feible study in every one of the euht
departments under 40 teachers and workers.
6130-BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Make Christianity practical and workable in every everyday
day everyday life.
7 :30-"UFE'S THREE CALLINGS"
: Rev. W. M. aeeby
Missionary Bill Dyai will speak durina: the service,
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TRUE LIFE FOR YOU
Vour Life can be Radiant With Ood's
Abiding Love, Your Heart
In Ttihr With His Forgiving Grace,
Your Mind Filled With His Eternal PeSte .
Then For Yon Will True Life Begin.
9j30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (tlaies lor all ages)
You will be ;lad tor the whole family to be in a S.S. that
is true to the Bible. You will find that your- child really
learns Ood's Word. Our S.S. is not entertainment but
Instruction. Tell your friends ahd come.
II :00"ABRAHAM AT NINETY-NINE"
In Genesis 17 the Christian learns the lesson that God
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT pAILY NEWSPAPER
Tebbetts May Be NeWBraves PlipWfftn vAfoouf 2 YeOTS 1 ;
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Cairnes to Devote l ime
To Florida Real Estate
By RAY W. DOHERTY
MILWAUKEE (UPI) George Cairnes said Tebbetts 25 years
(Birdie) Tebbetts, who claims'as a manager and player will be
he's no longer "funny and face "a great asset to Quinn. He said
tious," is likely to be the next the two men will work as a team,
p r e s i d e n t of the Milwaukee Tebbetts said he will work side-p-oo
"urithin ahnnt twn vpars." bv-side with Quinn and he once
The current president, Joseph
Cairnes, made that prediction
Thursday when he along with oth other
er other members of the Braves' offi official
cial official family introduced Tebbetts to
newsman at a luncheon.
Cairnes said Tebbetts, who now
is executive vice president, will
be running the club when Cairnes
is in Florida heading a multi-million
dollar real estate project
backed ,by Braves' owner Lou
"I may be gone 80 or 90 per
cent of the time. When I'm gone,
Birdie is in charge. And eventual eventually,
ly, eventually, possibly two years, he may
foe the president of the ball club,"
Cairnes said, "because my duties
will require that I be in Florida
Cairnes, General Manager John
Quinn and Tebbetts went to great
lengths to disprove any reports of
discontent in the Braves' front
office because of Tebbetts' giant
stride from manager of the Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati Redlegs to "heir apparent"
to the presidency of the Braves.
Quinn said he was content in his
job and didn't feel bypassed by
Tebbetts' hiring. "I don't care
about titles. I'm interested in
winning," said the man credited
with putting together the squad
that has won. two straight Na National
tional National League pennants and a
"We're happy to have Birdie
i :uu y.vv
story of the
with Albert Deeker
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TEX SAD SACK
with Jerry Lewi
The real I IC3tf I I
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Tebbetts with us. He's a very
capable fellow." said Quinn.
again emphasized that at the pre-
sent time he has no desire to
ever again manage a baseball
FSU Plans To Play
Wide Open Football
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)
The Florida Stai'e Seminoles are
expected o employ a wide open
style of play against the conserva conservative
tive conservative Tennessee single wing when
the two teams clash there t h i s
afternoon at Shilds-Watkins Field.
Some 22.000 fans are expected
lo attend the game.
The Seminoles arrived here by
plane yesterday morning and held
a light workout yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Florida State probably won't use
its famed I-formation more than
40 to 60 per cent of the time
against the Volun eers if the play playing
ing playing field is dry, FSU sports infor information
mation information director Pat Hogan said.
Both teams will have a Majors
in the lineup. Tennessee's starting
tailback is Bill Majors and his
o'der brother, Joe plays" quarter-
back for the Seminoles.
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T I V 0 L I
With Elizabeth Taylor
and Rock Hudson
with Fats Domino
and Jerry Lee Lewis
SON OF ZORRO
THE WILD BLUE
Tech Host To SMU -In
Football Battle ;
DALLAS, Tex. (UPI) Southern
Me hodist is host to Georgia, Tech
here today in an inter-sectional
battle whbh appears to hinge on
the arm of one injured player and
the leg of another.
The game is regarded an even-
money affair but both teams ar
claiming the underdog, role, de depending
pending depending upon the condition of, their
The player SMU is- hanging the
question mark on is, quarterback
Don Meredith. Meredith is one of
the nation's better passers and
starred in SMU's narrow, 23 0
loss to Ohio State. But he was in injured
jured injured in the No-e Dame game
and hasn't seen action since.
Georgia Tech, fresh from a 7-7
tie with Auburn, is worrying about
the ankle of halfback Joe Delany,
the Jackets' quick-kicker delux.
Thp flpnrpia Tech SMU' series.
dating to 1950, has been dominated
by the Jackets with six wins, a
loss and a tie. Last year the two
teams battled to a 0-0 tie.
Florida, LSU Clash
Today In Tigers'
BATON ROUGE, La. (UPI)
Louisiana State's Tigers noia
their horn. coming here today
night against defense-minded Flor Florida.
Some 65,000 persons are expect expected
ed expected to fill Tiger Stadium for the
Southeastern Conference battle be between
tween between unbeaten LSU and the once
tied, once defeated Gators.
LSU, which has halfback Billy
Cannon and holds one-sided routs
over Rice, Miami, and Kentucky,
has been installed by oddsmakers
as a 13-point choice over the
touchdown stingy Gators.
But they may be without full full-speed
speed full-speed services of crack fullback fullback-punter
punter fullback-punter Tommy Davis who bruised
a muscle in heavy scrimmage
earlier this week.
Florida, led by crafty quarter quarterback
back quarterback Jimmy Dunn, will bank its
upset chances on tremendous
line bulwarked by end Don Flem Fleming
ing Fleming and tackle Vel Heckman.
Tho flatnr trenches will nrob-
amV DutvLSUff pony-light forewall
to the siernest test of the season.
Seek To Recover
ATHENS, Fa. (UPI) The
Georgia Bulldogs enieriam ui in injury
jury injury riddled Kentucky Wildcats
here this atternoon before a
homecoming crowd of 30,000 m a
game which both teams need .o
help repair shattered prestige.
The game is rated a tossup, but
thU is figuring that Kentucky's
two top lacks, halfback Bobby
Cravens ana quaneruatn.
Hughes may not be able to play
fulltime. Both were injured in the
Auburn game and neither have
been much help to me -"
since. .... ...
Georgia, at full sirengin an
o-week layoff, isn't thinking in
wm of lasi year's 3314 victory
But with a fine running passing
combo in fuunacK inerou o-
and quarterback Charlie Bntt,
plus the nation's top punter in
sophomore Bobby waioen,
Bulldogs are connaem.
The Bulldogs got into the win
column with a 28-13 victory over
Florida State two weeks ago after
dropping three straight. Kentucky
won its first two, including a 13 13-0
0 13-0 triumph over Georgia Tech, then
lost the next three to Mississippi,
Auburn and Louisiana State-thc
three unbeaten teams in the South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Conference.
George Washington 7 William and
Tuskegee Institute 18 Morehouse 6
TODAY-ENCANTO -35 -20
Double in umemawupci
Vincent Price In
Cary Grant In
irisa THEM FOB ME"
LOTTERY NIGHT I
SING, BOY, SING
with Tommy Sands
BACK FROM THE
with Peggie Castle
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VOtEYBALL CHAMPS Sergeant First Class Jim Ryan, right, of the 62nd Machine Records
Unit accepts the championship volleyball trophy from Lt. Col. James A. Moore, Fort Amador post
commander, following the unit's success in the 1958 Amador League. Team members stand In
the background, (U.S. Army Photo).
CZ W eight-Lifting
Army, Ohio State, Texas
Risk Perfect Records
Against Tough Rivals
By NORMAN MILLER
Ohio State and Texas,
three of the nation's leading, col
leen- football Powers, risk their
perfect "records today against
tough sectional rivals bent on
avenging last season's indignities.
Army, ranked tops by the Unit United
ed United Press International Board of
Coaches, travels to Pittsburgh;
Ohio State is at home against
Wisconsin in a game that could
determine the Badgers' Rose
Bowl hopes, and Texas takes on
Rice at Houston in a night game
that should help clear up which
way the Southwest Conference
race is heading,
roach Earl (Red) Blaik's Ca
dets, who may have only limited
service from halfback star Pete
Dawkins and none at all from
first-string fulltuck Harry wai
tprs are favored by one touch
down. Pittsburgh has won four of
the five games it nas piayea in a
tough schedule and could cause
Army trouble. The Cadets won
last year's game, 29-13, but over overall
all overall have beaten Pitt only twice in
seven tries The game will be
televised by NBC throughout the
Ohio State, with designs cn its
fnnrth Ris Ten Conference cham-
nionshi;i within the past fiv
years, nas a winning streak of 13
games. The Buckeyes, T.inked
n 7 in ihe nation, are ineligible
for the Rose Bowl because, they
went last year. Wisconsin nar
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 1:15, 3:40, 6:05, 8:30
"A CERTAIN SMILE"
in Cinemascope & color!
Alan Ladd In
"THE DEEP SIX"
DIABlO HTS. 7:00
Mario Lanza, Marlsa Allaslo
"The Seven Hills of Rome"
"SMILEY GETS A GUN"
in Cinemascope & Color!
Tony Martlrt Vera Ellen
"LET'S BE HAPPY"
In Cinemascope & Color!
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:15
"SATELLITE IN THE SKY"
In Cinemascope Si Color!
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Glenn Ford Gla Scala
"Don't Go Near the Water'
in Cinemascope it Colon
CAMP BIEltD ''6:15 7:55
with "Fats" Domino
TWO SHOWS TONIGHT1
P' -' i,t:
high hopes for the conference ti
tie and the bowl bid until upset
last week by Iowa. The Badgers
have not beaten Ohio State since
1946, although theSr-rplayedtie'
in aajx. 4.uc oucucyes wuh jast
year's game, 16-13, and are fa
vored by. six 'points Saturday.
Texas, ranked fourth national
ly, and Rice are rated even .for
their Southwest Conference show
down with Cotton Bowl connota-.
tions. Rice already has won two
conference games in defense- ai
last year's championship. Texas
has not been host in the Cotton
Bowl since 1952. The Owls went
last year but en route to the
conference title they were upset
by Texas, 1914, for their only
Sixth-ranked Iowa and ninth ninth-ranked
ranked ninth-ranked Notre Bame, are two oth other
er other teams among this week's top
10 which face a fugged after
noon. Iowa is favored by 10 at
home over perfect-record North
western (rated 10th) But there are
many who believe that point point-sprad
sprad point-sprad is bigger than it should
be. Notre Dame, once-beaten, is
a slim two point choice over 13th 13th-ranked
ranked 13th-ranked Purdue at South Bend,
Ind., in a game that will be tele televised
vised televised in the Midwest.
Other leading teams faced 'eom-
paratively easy pickings this
week end. Auburn, Tanked, No. 3,
was the choice by two touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns at home against Mary
land; Louisiana State, rated fifth,
was picked by 13 at home in a
night game against Florida; seventh-ranked
Mississippi was a 15-
pomt favorite over Arkansas at
Little Rock. Ark.; and eighth-
ranked Oklahoma was a whopoing
four-touchdown choice over Kan
sas State at Norman, Okla.
LSU and Mississippi are among
the nine major college perfect
record teams. Other undefeated
and untied teams favored to re remain
main remain so are Colorado, a 22-point
favorite at home against Nebras-'
ka, and Rutgers over Lehigh at
Clemson, another v perfect-record
power until yesterday was defeat
ed, 26-6, by South Carolina in
their annual "Big Thursday" loot loot-ball
ball loot-ball game at Columbia, S.C.
In the Pacific Coast confer
ences top game, Oregon was a
two-point n'ok over California at
These two concrete house
price of one. Bath, ihower,
HAUSE, Coco Solo House 303
The Balboa Armed Services YM
CA-USO will be sponsoring
weight-lifting contest for U.S. mil military
itary military and civilian personnel of the
Canal one on Nov. 21, 1958, be
ginning at' 6:30 in the evening.
The lifts in this contest have
been SDeciallv selected for thpif
basic simplicity in performing. No
particular experience will be re
quired of the competing lifters;
only their natural or acquired
strength. This alone will suffice
ror the featured lifts in the con
test which will be the bench press.
squat and dead lift.
These three simple lifts may be
performed by anyone in generally
good physical condition. They in
volve no special knowledge of lift
rog tecnniqus,3 0ist Somp.; jsrprac
'Those wishing to preoare them
selves physically to take part in
this event may-avail themselves
of the weight training facilities
offered at the Balboa Armed
Services YMCA-USO weight room
which has the eouinment and the
coaching services of instructors.
This manly sport is mentally
sound as well in the satifaction
derived from overcoming cast
ron resistance through nuilt in
muscle power. Being able to size
uo your own bo-iv ton in a friend
ly contest as this Weresting one
sponsored bv the Y is in itself
a rewarding experience few men
can pass op.
i Entries are now being accented
by mail or in person at the Bal
boa YMCA Program Office, Box
3675. Balboa, Canal Zone. A "best
lifter" trophy will be awarded to
'"e most outstanding contestant
First and second place awards
will bp piven to the lifters, in each
. The Balboa YMCA-USO is
member agency of the Canal
Zone United Fund.
Off Winainq In New
Pro Basketball Race
-The two defending champions
got off winging in the new Na
tional Basketball Association Cam
The St. Louis Hawks, last sea
son's olavoff winners, opened
their season Thursdays night With
a 104-103 victory over, tne ueirou
Pistons on the Hawks no m e
George Yardley, the 1957 58
league scoring champion, -tossed
in 28 points for the Pistons. Bob
Pettit led the winners with 23
St. Louis held a 100-83 lead with
four minutes ; remaining tut the
Pistons outscored t h e i t rivals,
20-4, in the stretch, to make it
In Maria Chlqulta for the
Eleetrklty. CONTACT, DON
- B, hone 614. 1
.BALBOA MIXED LEAGUE
Grecha Music Store
Pabst Blue Ribbon
Boyd Brothers Inc. -Ideal
Paper Mate Pens
Averages Ladies, Rudy 159,
Metzger 153, Smith 138. Men: Nic Nic-kisher
kisher Nic-kisher 179, Rudy 168, Bierber 166.
The race in the Balboa Mixed
League is getting to be a real dog
fight, with only 5 points separat separating
ing separating the first nine clubs.
Grecha Music 3
Boyd Brothers 1
Spotting Boyd Brothers U pins
per game did not stop the Grecha
Music Makers from gaining first
place in the loop In the opener
with the help of scratch games of
Helen Glud 205, Vi Rudy's Itsu and
Don Rudy 181, the Grechas coast coasted
ed coasted to an easy 118 pin win.
They slipped in the second .and
after checking and double check checking
ing checking it still came out that Boyd
Brothers were the winners by a
solitary suck. The Grechas skid skidded
ded skidded in the finale but their skid
was not as much a Boyd Broth
ers,, and it was three for. Grecha,
and one for the Insurance solici
Helen Glud was the Music Mis
tress with a 522 scratch and 530
handicap. Doi Rudy came in witn
512, scratch and 53U Handicap, .-ou
Glud handicapped 532. For the
Boyd Brothers aiid Sisters, little
sis Nita Karst was tne bright
star with handicap 541, and anoth
er sister. Gmny Deveau, celebrat
ed her regular assignment to the
team with 511 and tne youngster,
Pop Curly Bates kept the girls
company witn nanaicap ta,
Paper Mate Pens 3
Turco Products 1
T M:u ..ncn iU D&nait Mala
l.' ii a -iuixu 1LUC,, HHl..
Pens pinned the. Turco i, Products
and knocked them out of first
place. A nine pin shortage in the
opening session prevented tne ra
Der" Mates taking all four pints
The entire assortment of Paper!
Mates made the 500 handicap so society,
ciety, society, Tex Ritter 508, Senorite
Carmen f iores ssv, arnie yvou yvou-tarsky
tarsky yvou-tarsky 547, Joan Dauphin 531 and
vip Ortiz 535. The Turco Prod
ucts hard hit by the absence of
the league's best bowler, naa two
guys and a doll smacking sou nan nan-rtiran
rtiran nan-rtiran sets. Ed Havnes 505. Ernst
Zischka 510, and jovial Mildred
Canada Dry 1
The Reynold Tobacco brands of
Camel Winston-and Salems filters
through to the pins and. upset the
power laden Canada Dry Hi-Sfiots.
Although the cigarrillos were spot spotted
ted spotted 61 pins they did not need them
in the initial same, because Jer
ry Hill hit a 225 scratch and Jess
Pate 199 to carry tnem to an
pin win. The Canada Dry recov recovered
ered recovered and took the next game by
21 pins. In the finale, combina combination
tion combination of Hill and Pate again struck
terror to the Hi-Spots -because
this duo plus the handicap, gave
the Camel aggregation a 15 ma
.Terrv Hill am. Jess Pate
scratched 543 and 521, and han
dicapped 603 and 614 sets. Big
Rniro Wassler back from the
striiffeles of the Arm f o r c e s
Bnwlinff Tournament had 509
teh and 548 handicap. His def
initely better half, genial Gmny
conked 526 handicap, and Manny
Fernandez- 547 handicap. George
Metzger of Canada Dry had to
retire because of a blistered
Pabst Blue Ribbon 2
Ideal i 2
T.ast vear's champs Blue Rib
bon Beer came through in the
clutch to earn a well deserved
split of two points each against
an aroused Ideal Breadmakers,
The Rakers rolled to an easy 70
pin win in the -first. They were
leading the Pabst by fiv, marks
going into the last frame only to
lose by ten pins. The finale was
a reoeat performance, because a-
gain the Ideal Breads .were on
top in the ninth frame, -only to
have Pabst Beer pour it on and
win by six sucks.
tvio thrpt mai Pabst' Beer SIP-
prried the work load with
h.ndican sets of 541 for Blackie
Miller 513 for Harry Rouse ana
S22 for Dee Carter.' The Ideal
Bread had some wholesome loaves
of handicap variety. Earl Freund
578, with his better hall L,euaaui
plus commissary man, Jim Rec
Dillon H'ckman 4
Patcval Cookie 0
The Dillon Hickman ontrtetow
had the honor of belnf the only
quintet to take all four jjolnts.
when they crushed the .Pascual
Cookies to mere crumbs. The
ference in total pins was 245, The
two rival anchor, men put on a
nrivate feud. Joe Bleber of P-
cual packed in . elid ;-, we t
- yn -i
scratch. It-was a drlw of .589 atullfi
dicap for both; r-viXV'
Biebet's two la (befriends were .r
lelpful hen ? June- Blarney a n d'
Mim Smith, gathered 502 end 517 V."
handicap series. "However, the rfif-,3"
ference was hr, the act Jhat Lee"1"'
Clontz had two damsels and two""1
teiiows, rou 500 handicap. Shirley -;avanaugh
-.and iPat Bailev hari' f'
identical handicap marks of 557.
vaien MoiNau 522 and team cafc
tain Bob1 Carlin set a jgood exam
ine wiin vi.
Ebonite Balls 1
Bsss Shftn 1
The, lowly Ebonites again prov proved
ed proved the hard luck am. -No mu muter
ter muter how well they bowl, the oppo opposition
sition opposition bowls better. This -weekT
.uuuuueg ran uuo a jea not San Santa"
ta" Santa" Claus Kleischman: Whn rn!iM
his first 500 scratch; a nifty 52ff
iiico wmtn luciuuea a ZUU et
fort.- Santa finished with a 622" '.'""
handicap set. ,. '.'2
,He had ; plenty of assistande "l'v
from his male partners, with Jim'"''
Catronss524,:kand Don McGuire ",,a
509, both handicaps The Ebonites 8
losMirst game by '14, the second
oy ao ng won th? last by 11.
Bruce Morrow was the i loading., '"
Ebonite With 564 4iandican anS -3
his Missus Mary 500 and out4 ",fn"
"Bess" Shenard 5i2 and Fraia
Martinez, all handicap sets. S.nVfl
To 13 With
CAMDEN. N. J; rUPIl Th
addition of C h a r f r a n Stable',
Crafty Skipper raised the field 6
13 yesterday for today's Gsrdcp.s, t
State Stakes, richest, horse race --:s;
in the world. h,
Craft Skinper Jiac -suffered, an
fini i. v..-
jjauim saiu a quicK recovery naor.nef
been made and ; the horse was
likely o particjlnatej iftsibe mile -and
The 13 probab'e starters swelled
the stakes' gross to $297,250, with,,,,,;;
the winner' s purse tagged at--,
First Landing, leading the twc.
year-old thoroughbreds for di'vi di'vi-sional
sional di'vi-sional honors, has been ins ailed V
the favorite in the Garden State.;
Happened to ..'
Jimmy LaVender,' known as the
Montezuma wonder boy, d tched.
for the Chicago Cubs from 1912- r ;
1916 and made, headlines in nis
first season. Rube .Marquard of,''2.
streak going for him that yeaf
when he ran into the Cub rookie 1
who finally pinned a defeat on the,,,.
Giants with Marquard pitching.
Ou. of .Montezuirta,, 01, Jimmj
promp ly was dubbed the Monte- ".
zuma wanaer Dpy. L,aier, ,in iio,
he pitched a no hitter against
the Giants. All told he won 6
lost 76 and ended with the Phils
Whatever happened to JimnTy,,,,
Lavender? Now 72, he is em:
moyed 15 'the "Georgia Highwjy, (
Department at yairtersvme,
& Mellowed withAg
vf Tt "-, iff;, fri, -1'
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8ATLT.DAT, OCTOBEH 25, "1958
y TKt PANAMA AMFJIICA AN INDEPEXDEXT. DAILY KIWSPAPEB
- DOUBLES WINNERS' Jn the Panama, Armed Forces .Bowling
v : .vTourtiment, the .Navy iteam1 of Chief Radioman Ray Dube
.' (lef ti and LCdr. George, Bell (righp : display -their trophies!
:: r wlthttae tourney's host. Col. Arthur P." Hurr; Commander oj
Albroolt Air Force Base, 'The-Dube-BeU combination swept' the;
' doubles title hv more than 120 -Dins over, their closest "rivals
tThe teamhamplonship was
' ; v
. ., 111 VUIUUIUUS, CVIBCU YUVUy
Hayei' of Ohio State was tossed
"out of Saturday's game with In-
, dianat,a la Purocher, when he an-'
. gray ,uppea to omciais on me ueio
' and, ;in fect, cried: "Listen,
., these" guys re murdering y
r- boys,, and all you blind apes do
c is stand around and loot borea
Get with it" f '-
, i It vyould appear ,tb have been
,a tnsjcy lime caper at mai. une
' f thfir warriors got his leg all
t broken up. Two others ;were asked
j to leae- the premises for the -V
' ternoon. And sporadic outbursts of
fisticuffs- aJded a harmoniously
' boisterous note, j
" The fact that his Joys were,win-
ning'big, 49-8, would seem to ab ab-'
' ab-' solv Mr. Hayes of, lany question-
able' designs. Besides,, he had earli-
er made knowi? his profound, re-
' pugnance for the uncouth as oppos oppos-'
' oppos-' ', ed to the couth on the playing
J fields.,- " V 1
, On the same afternoon in La
i Grand, Oreg.,'the coach of the
'. Eastern Oregon team rushed on
to th" field and took a punch at
' :' a 220-pound tackle of the opposing
team Th coach claimed the tacK-
. le had kicked one of his boys and
when the officials fnored the al alleged
leged alleged incident' the coach decided
to taKW the matter into his own
.-hands" I " vt" ", k
i Mr. Hals Sorvv ;w '.- i
' And. on the following afternoon,
' 'H wa;y of showing that excessive
combat' ardor, along with 'certain
- desirable restraints, are not ex exclusively
clusively exclusively a college problem,
George Halas of the Chicago Bears
was similarly involved. '
"When the" owner-coach of the pro
Bears charged menacingly down
: v.-, the sideline, shouting that the Los
Angeles Rams were subjecting one
of his oass receivers to -unseemly
barbarities, he was met not by
officials but bv slowerina Ram
' huskies. .one of whom "all but
snovea mm on ma ieei. ,.
it. For the record, Mr. Halas sur sur-;
; sur-; "vived the contretemps unscratch unscratch-ed,
ed, unscratch-ed, If,, not .unshaken, (for, on re re-v
v re-v flection, he must have found it as
; 'impossible to recognize himself in
the role of a moderate as his
league' contemporariesi had they
paused to consider, it. 1 -In'ibe
years of their supreme
' glory the Bears struck fast, often
and hard, and t more ofn thnr
i not, they led the league in penal-'J-ties.
iThen, as now, the .divirtin?
; line ,1. feeen hard-hitting football
ni 'tmil.litttiiKf fnrtthftlt wait at
V time,oo indistinct for officials'
' jdeterminatton.- -v f-
t;: Thi' in t nnn-lni"iptmnf
1 ? much"fnalig.ned jprize ring will not
be called on to defend itself -a-1
' gainst. The officials are neve cnil cnil-:Z
:Z cnil-:Z ty of laxity, fn curbing tumultuous
luuuir muu alia ticxijuy im uuicfice.
' for the simple reason that most of
. !?, fighters have a decided dis
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taste for this sort -of thing. This
is flagrantly true, of our heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight f lghters. -'!.. 1
The t n r h n i i nf v nnnolnl
which Pat McMurtry languidly de-
iiiuiisixaiea ; agamsr tne Canadian
heavyweight, George Chuvalo: tie
other evening-in the Garden, was
an admirable triumph for paci pacifism,
fism, pacifism, even though it did nothing
for boxing. Chuvalo was through
after the1 second vround, and, any
kind of a sustained offens"e, smart smartly
ly smartly applied, would ha
knockout, and" it would have been
a big win for, ithe Tacoma Wash,;
But instead McMurtry elected to
play it safe; he jabbed monoton
ously, to run UD DOinlst whpn ram
forcing tactics seemed about to
set ms wild' swinging, not too well
conditioned oooonent. nithor
uac-Kea away or incrrdibiy olinch-
cu. ii -was as u ne,felt that o
win by knockout would an
outrages Pi the human race-
fat Can Tata It
Most' Of -OUr hpavvwPiptif Mn.
tenders,' or pretenders, orefpr to
play it close to the vest. It is cha cha-acteristic
acteristic cha-acteristic of the -vanne in tairo
chances, yet the McMurtrys, Ma-
yuens, moneys, ei a l, seem to flinch
at the mere mention oMiieh ad
venture and dramatic defiance.
tnuvalo is less inhibited and con-'
sequently mpre. exciting than any
sessing groiip. He has a heavy
punch .and he isn't afraid to throw
it. To what extent, ifiany. 'he is
destined to progress depends on
(1) his dedication and (2) on how
he's handled. He was'wueh too
green for McMurtry and if this
was an example of' how he is to
be handled, you can forget him.
mere are two things about Mc McMurtry
Murtry McMurtry that fiive him a chance.
His jab is first rate and 'he stands
up under a punch pretty well. If
someone 'can convince the" big,
good-looking Irishman; it isn't im immoral
moral immoral To.r a fifihter to fight he'll
do all right around here. .There
never Was a tiiwe when ajheavy ajheavy-weight
weight ajheavy-weight -needed so'little. ;-'
Havfhorn To UH ;
Sebrinq Grand Prix:
1st Defense Of Title
SEBRING. Fla.' (IfPl) World
Champion race driver Mike Haw Haw-Ihorn
Ihorn Haw-Ihorn of England is expected to
make' the first defense of his title
here' March 22 in the first Grand
Prix of the United States race of of-firialu
firialu of-firialu said vesterdav. -. t v n i
The Sebring race, to follow by
one. day the nin'h annual- Sports
ar Endurance Race, Will be the
firs world championship event ;of
the? 1959 "International racing sea-
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CLEVELAND, Otfo (UPD-Wil-liam
R. Daley, board chairman
of the Cleveland Indians, refused
today to be drawn into an inter internal
nal internal squabble among xVrectors
saying, "all my efforts,' will he di directed
rected directed toward making the Indians
a suocess.' v
"I do not ee -how it -can -help
the ball club," Daley said in re referring
ferring referring ; to the squabble' which
erup ed,'. Wednesday, when three
minority stockholders, including
former. Tribe fieneral manager
Hank Greepberg, ienanaed toe
resignations; of; all nign-saianea
club ouic ais.
' Greenberg and brokers Charles
and Andrew Baxter, who control
a .block of stock estimated at 33
per. cent,:s charged fhat .the top top-salaried
salaried top-salaried officers are .'.'inefficient',
and "have definite, conflicting in interests.",
terests.", interests.", i'. ,' 1
Althodgh 7 he declined to enter
th disnute. Dale pointed out
that: he had said earlier than the
bad "plans about strengthening
management. ; -
The sput, among we, mrectors
was brought lntu ,jne open a
hours i alter a boara ;.oi airecwn
meeting at which an. offer of
6 mill'on dollars for the team
was disclosed. mv-1
. The directors declined to take
anv action on- the offer made by
a Houston, Tex., syndicate.. ;
- .I v y i T
Sports Schedule ;
"-The. Caribbean forces, Network
ha announced the following sports
broadcast for the week. v v
,,, Radio e vyy i
Sunday.'Oct. 2ft-FootbaH Pitfs; Pitfs;-burgh,
burgh, Pitfs;-burgh, S'.eelers vs New York v G G-aflts,'J.:45
aflts,'J.:45 G-aflts,'J.:45 pm.
Saturday, Nov. 1 Football: Na Navy
vy Navy vs Notre Dame, followed bv
Georgia Tech vs Duke,'l:45 p.m.
S ate-ide' football scopes: Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, about 3 p.ra., at end of pro
football game on radio; Monday,
6:45 p.m.' on, Sports segment of
.o Ttl.vltiw v
Friday, Oct,' 24 -restl!ng,ao
p.m. il- U
Saturday Oc; 25 Sol'erDer Sol'erDer-by,
by, Sol'erDer-by, -p-m.;' Football: UCLA '-vs
Washington, 2:30 p.m.'
Wednesday, Oct-29' Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Nicht Fiahts. 10 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 30 Fight' of
the Week, 10 p.m.
Friday, ; Oct 1 Wrestling,
10 p.m. i
Saturday, Nov.. 1 Roller Der Derby,
by, Derby, 2 p.m.; College Football, 3
Norm Levter Wins
CZ. United Fruit
'In a Vj
Norman Law ar of Balboa Cap.
tured medalist honors in the
Canal Zon Unitarf Fund Coif
Tourna mtnt at the Fort Ama Amador
dor Amador course, which etttd $241
for the 1953. United Fund cam campaign.'
paign.' campaign.' a s
(Lewttr fired a grots i7-ne
under par-and a net 2 H win.
He will have his nam engraved
n the United Fund Oelf -Tro-'
phy, which will remain at the
Amador Clubhouse, and plans,
re being made for hlnf ,to .re
. ceive an appropriate award. The
award will be made on CFN.
TV at a later data. -i j'
Finishing second and t h I r
were Jim Annacharico and Jean
Sullivan. Other top finishers
were: Sam Purdie, Walter Wat-;
son, Vie f. Bongironi, v id Stern,1;
Pearl Trim, Morris 'Roberts, C.
Staples and P. Ter:ricl.
son, and race officials said Haw Hawthorn
thorn Hawthorn would be on hand, v
' Hawthorn won the champion championship
ship championship in the current season by a
one-point margin over his country,
man. Sterling Moss. 'Both have
been regulars in' the sports ar
race r.ere lor several years, ;
Hswthorn drives for the, Italian
Ferrari team, while Mos? drives
VanwaUs in the Grand fr even's
and is a member of the Aston
Martin; sports car team..
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favorite fruits, 'vegetables.
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;NEWYdRH (UPI) Age and
a gauery'. at "ghosts sent 'Juan
Manuel Fangip mto rUemeot
The five timechampion of the
auto racing world called it quits
beacause tne exhibition of winning
"turned Into a burden of mere
fatigue." But .there was- more to
it Uian thaU , f. '"
The .47 -year-old. Argentinian, ad admits
mits admits ; that he sees too many
spectres on the sidelines'. J i 5 t
"In the last 10 .years more
than 20 of my racing comrades
died behind the wheel, ".s mourns
the balding, paunchy man. who
many consider the greatest race
driver of them all, "Our reunions
nowadays-look like gatherings d
war veterans who try but -cannot
forget those who,, never came
back.?-. '-, :
He sees his. retirement as the
end of an era, which it is, and
confesses that- the younger dare daredevils
devils daredevils of. track and road have
made It too "tough"' for-an aging
champion with slowed, reflexes.- ;
'"The cycle is completed," he
says. "Ail the great ones are
gone. one-way or another. It
is my turn." .,'
' Happy Ending T 1
I,t" has to be a happy ending,
m that he didn't go "another"
way as mpst' of the great ones
did.. Because he will 4 be a racing
rarity, a living legend, this son
of -an Italian who emigrated to
Argentina and took his first fob
as a mechanic's assistant when
he was only 11.
Fanpio had more than a quarter-century
of it, which is' many
more vsars thus j tnupt, of them
survived. Working i'- candlelight,
he bt'ilt Wsv firs ."monstrosity"
out of t sPar a nari. when he wa s
ortly 2Mo laijn'J .tiis- driving ca
reeu. it was nine tong, aesperate
vpara ,hpfora, he won his first
lCf,'.yJ''y; l v N
TJheYe .Bre -two classes of
driver,. Th first Is compdsed of
th "1i1 fpnt," the dare-devils
PIN: POINTS... Ao. 2,
Freedom of AAovement
1 V ; ; f
I t t f w i" w
! 'I t,
men, pipe-ana-aitppera treat treatment!
ment! treatment! home la desirable, but
at a bowling alley proper socks
and loose but not too loose loose-shirt
shirt loose-shirt and pants are Important
Elgin Baylor s
Pro Debut Rated
' Elain Bavlor's debut as a tro
basketball player was slightly ter terrific'
The'formir Seattle Universitv
AU-America scored 25 points and
grabbed ; 13 rebounds in leading
the Minneapolis Lakers io B .99 7K
victory over tne Cincinnati kovbis
Wednesday night, in Ihe National!
jsasaetoau Associauon onener lor
Baylor was deadly from the
field, converting 10 out of 21 at attempts.
tempts. attempts. He -added five 'out of
seven, free throws to t lead both
teams in scorine. -Teammate Jim
Gfebs" chipped in" with 16 po nts
whUe Dave Piontek-led Cincinnaii
Minneapolis,' rebounding and
hustling like the Lakers- of old,
never trailed alter opening a 32-15
burge at the 'end of he first
quartel. The Lakers led 50-33 at
halftime and 77-53 at the three-
quarter mark. - 1 )
Ihe t. Louis Hawks open their
season tonight by entectainine the
Detroit Pistons. ',
PITTSBURGH fUPI) The
Pittsburgh Pirates have Bignd
pitcher Larry West. 19. of Buck.
hannon, W. Va.,-fnr thei Grad
Forks, N. D.i club in the Class
who know no other- w'ay except
o 'viii iheir toot through it."
Then .there., are the ,"saie and
sure ones, who know every inch
of their- cars and drive with, their
heaos as well as their hearts.1
Fanglo started as 1 the former
and became the best of the latter,
turning racing into a cold and
calculated science. He walked the
track for i hoursv inspecting the
turns and searching for danger
spots. The week, before a race he
was in bed vat 10 p.m. every
night, training with the- fervor of
a prize fighter,- - '. r
u j f ' ?. ;
rSuce'asful, Formula '
. -,.. "" i, v -1
" "A man' can'f play. until the
early hours of the -morning and
expect tit have sharp' ; relfexes,!'
he explained simply, -v
It was a formula which pro produced
duced produced racing's greatest success
story. Despite the encroaching
years, Fangio won them all, and
kept jight pn winning. So great
was his fame that last .February,
before a Cuban race, he was kid kidnaped
naped kidnaped from his Havana hotel by
Cuban rebels because they knew
it would fain them world -'wide
Fangio' tried to qualify at In
dianapolis last May but tne car
he had was a "bucket of bolts
and he didn't make it. Yet even
those wise in the ways of the
soeedway -admired his touch and
"'But now I am tired; in body
as well as spirit," he says in
unnouncng : his retirement in
this week's Sports Illustrated. "I
oaveNaiways tnouen. of my car
not as a com machine but as a
hot-bloo-Jed horse. rcin with the
rider in one beautiful, harmon'ous
"As for me," he concludes, "th
rider has grown olde and more
ble than the horse?' L-
, That feejin". Wtm thp ga'lerv f
Bhosts, told mm it was time to
Second of n instructional, a,
fits' written for NEA' Service
and The Panama American' by
By JUNI8 McMahon
Mambor ABC Halt of Fame
. MEN. are more fortunate than
women, when it comes to wearing
apparel for bqwlmg.
We are able to wear our regu regular
lar regular trousers',,, provided ihey are
comfortable, do no bind and m1 m1-low
low m1-low for complete freedom of move movement.
ment. movement. ..
The bowling' shirt fo men
should be equally comfortab'e.
Specially made- shirts com wMi
pleats in -Ihe back and under the
arms so that 'there will be no re restriction
striction restriction of movement while de delivering
livering delivering the ball.
Most professional bowlers wear
shirts' with half sleeves and a
sport collar. They are also made
with full sleeves and a mpre
dressy co'lar which may be wo-n
to work, with a tie, on your bowl bowling
ing bowling day.
Socks shoul fit well and be
nether too rteavy, like gymnasiuu
locks, which could cause painful painfully
ly painfully blistered feet, nor loo thin.
Socks too thin may make your
shoes tyo, loose, and hamper your
' Above all, bowling attire must
VNEXT: Bowling attire for worn-
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,By JIMMY 8.RCSLIN
NEW YORK (NEA) Ray Rob
inson's latest thinking and by for
his grandest includes an outdoor
match with Flovd Patterson;
- Sugar Ray; for now anyway,
profosses to believe that a try at
the heavyweight title Ifr an earth earth-shaker
shaker earth-shaker worth millions anl h? has
taken the idea directly to Patter Patterson.
son. Patterson. ': ..
Floyd, without Cus D'Amato b
ing present has talked yith Su Sugar1
gar1 Sugar1 Ray about it. George Gain Gain-ford
ford Gain-ford and the- iest of v Robinson's
camn actufllly fcel nvo it lB,a bet better
ter better iev than third a worn-out
match wirli .avfii-, llnsiho.
But Rbinsjn .serev. up his
face witn nngj.sl at nention of
this 'a'her fet.tastic ''lea. Anpa-
reptly he can't move Patterson
nH Wwfit D'Amato ("If Bob-
inson warts tr commit suicide,-not eo n to do anv more. You
Patteron won't be the vehicle") want any more, you gonna pay
won't hear of it.
Robinson's other grand plan for Man, that was Just fine," not not-an
an not-an 'assault on all the world's mon- e.d..Iune Hark, who had brought
ey centers on his sinnine. Which bouquet of flowers for Ray's
is what broueht 15 guests to the concert. "You, look like you cot
.Tahsra School of Music, i few -plenty -of confidence.? ; ;
blocks down Seventh Ayenue '' "Pfirnce," ii S u g a f smiled.
from Robinoon' office. Sugar wasfT7ana you mean, -l-got nerve
eivinf his first concert. r'
Th' school is actually in an a-
nartment., three floors up "from
the ".rooms, a pleasant, sport sport-hlrd.
hlrd. sport-hlrd. buy st at: the piano as
Robinson adjusted the micro micro-ohone
ohone micro-ohone and the -nennV filled up a
conch and some chairs.
"I'"e been doto' for thr!
months and one week," he said.
"I ctmn p?re twice dv. T'm
not fooling around w'th 'this;
man;; I got a counle of bif tele television
vision television shot. Record companies are
after me. I'm gonna be a sing singer;".'
er;".' singer;".' Tho the little, buy at the niano
started plavine and Rob'nson
i -W t fpr from a mimical
expert, but most gin mills have
itfe. boxes so it 'ook lfle bo ek ek-ground
ground ek-ground to know Sunar Ray has
-'elded he is going to be a Frank
Finrs snannina. body swaying
a la Sinatra, Sugar ran through
about 20 son". A" we'e- mtra
Rbee'als and he imitated Frankie.
T- ?"ioe comprised of such
as Trainer June Clark. R"''s
-'V Fnn Mae. md Mr?. W'l'ie
Mays, thought he was the most.,
Th notion here was that a
lr?e "hulKroB at somrelv on the
rhamo's-voice everv tmw he cr-
-" nnM or length. In the
newer-ceasing battle to bring truth
boxes, for Jewelry and
different sizes. '
A Front St. at corner
of 7th St.
CARLOS MOUYNES VV
r a Chamberlain pok!S' his head : through the netting as he places
...baeLTbhJ 'l't the Stilt's jump.stretche3 his reach to
basket The Phi adelphia lad. who
Singer Now, Would
to the world it afso must be re reported
ported reported that someimes Robinson
i i' ss on he was wres wrestling
tling wrestling with a process server dur
-"a "iiber entitled, "Come Fly
" "' f 's is not to write him
off, He has, in his time, collected
a week as a tap dancer.
And he has natural rhythm and
particularly when he crooned so so-thing
thing so-thing called "You've Changed," a
He win most assuredly be view viewed
ed viewed and heard n your living ro'n
one eveftin" -six or seven weeks
from now. A Broadway aeent in
attendance prart1 he his the
goods. And he will paid big
Which" Is th main Idea. Vlhpn
Ray finished; "oe announced, "I'm
'Tt '"i nonoay got 'more
nerve than me?
Martin Machat, : who doubles a
Robinson's lawyer and. agent, ex-'
... c.. i
- V Travel your merry way and the magic of music gefes
, ilong with you iathis dazzling,-easy-to-carry port port-'
' port-' ; ? featurcs1thc wcluiive V-M hi-fidelity'hMger
. with Siesta-Matic. Other features' include'an exter--V
rial speaker jack and dual speaker system. Colorful
Colorado brown and tanV ' -' 1 '
.VV'V .'. i' V''-. -, v v y-f.
RADIO CENTER, S. A.
The Commercial Center
starred at Kansas V making
proiessional Warriors in 1959.'
pla;ned the situation.
"He has enough to work with
now. We. 11, bring htm downtown
for some big league tutoring and
give' him six weeks and he'll make
it Iwas amazed he was this good.
"As far as sineers co, you know
how it works. When they go flat,
the band plays low and drnwns
them out.-Tney do it for Edd'e
Fisher al' the tne.'-'
At our bl-monthlv trap shoot t
tomo;i,v, the following handi handicap
cap handicap program will start at a. ;
m.,,and will be shot in two 25
target events. First event of 25
targets to be shot from A.TA.
yardage. Second event of 25 tar
gets to be shot from yardage re
suits ofjhe first event. usual .-:
ontionals available to those
shooters who think they can
Traps will be open If or practice-'
hoth ,yfort n1 ft """Vr.
trro yv eKnrtf Baffai urtfriA mtf atll
,im auvU V"" vv..b
tune up for th coming huncWg i
season just starting.
71 10 Bolivar Ave.
C Northern League. '.
TBt PAKAMA AMERICAN AW 1?0)1TENI)ENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
BATCTUJAT, OCTOEtn ITIST."'
j, VTH1S SPACE IS FOR SALE ;
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
FOR INFORMATION Tj.LEPHONE 2-0740,
' THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE ; r
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v PHILLIPS OeM-aMe CeHaeee
' Santa Clara
.' Mm B-1877 Crrerobel -167i.
Sp-ene yeur weekends at RJ
, Mar, the test heaeli in the Re Republic,;
public,; Republic,; with alfkidi eomrne eomrne-dlties.
dlties. eomrne-dlties. ope 41 a""
, new r-a-aaement h veur
We repair in your home
w Wt pretend to guarante
wr wetkv.We euarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
Tivoli Avenue No. 1 8-20
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes of TV. HI-FI. transmitters.
Cilia, William and Alfonto Shirley
Army's Buddy Plan
Works Well Say
Cousins At Kobbe
ivi.mIi nnt much is heard i
wit' th huddv plan these days,
, it apparently is still very much u
Tato th case of PICS.
rpiHri?: and Eari Riddle,
cousins from Jefferson and
The two men. both members cf
34th Armor. on
Z.CCT'ZtiA.A in the Army un
der the buddy plan Jack in No-,
vember 1956. xney iou u.e
training at Tort Lewis, Wash., and
then went on' to tank training .at
Tort Knox, Ky..
Following their "second eight
they spent- still anoSher 14 weeks
, learning' tank mechanics, which
ultimately qual fieo .mem lor
their present duty assignments
as mechanics with. D Company,,
34th Armor. x
. After leaving Fort Knox, the
cousins departed for Fort Dix, N.
J., and assignment overseas.
l'Earl left first," says Jim,,
"and at the time it looked as
though theemainder of
years would be spent in different
assignment, although we bo h
knew we were being assigned o
'United States Army -Caribbean.
' When Pvt. Jim Riddle finally ar arrived
rived arrived here, the first sergeant told
' him that anoiher Riddle had re.
i-rivori in the company.
The first-sergeant called the "oth
er Riddle1' in ana yep, you -it
it was none other than
. rrST0 TT.-rl Diddle.
' The two realize, now that tne
KnHHv nlsn works amaz-
' ingly well, as the two will spend
- u. ..maiitiiBr nS their service to-
jether, both doing' the same job.
iwiw aTRRAMUNED" "-
Euctclslnx MMhliw. TniHiS
u5! wclvy way. Bodj M,
tatkvTiainao operator! tor ladwo
and ntlemn. Get result.
' ; Products
9. Ataaeineaa Av. 13-48
( Oerte"ralirAgent '- J
Gibraltar Life Ins; Co
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
Tel. Panama 2-Mfcl
V. 35 mm Camera
;; f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
.'' 155 Central: Ave.
ONLI 2.3 Lbs.
. r Col6n
$ for y
FOR RENT: FyrnlthaJ and un- ' ' ' 1
furnished apartmenti. Telephone v LI'Iah ' I
1386. Now Alhamhra Apart- AUTOmODIieS
manti. lOtlr Straat. Colon. -- ? v I
FOR RENT: Modem and niea FOR SALE: 1951 Ferd Country
located, tvo bedroomi apartment V edan,Hation wagPn. cylinder,
with 4 cloaata combined living x radio, FordomaHe, and air ten ten-and
and ten-and dining, maid room, garage, ; 'drtionirtg, will accept trad in.
apply Ave Juito Arotamena 97, Call Gamboa(f-358.
top floor,.' j -. .. r. ' ji ' ") .' i
- FOR SAlEm? Buiek Rivera'
FOR RENT: Nice 4 foe me Super, blue and white; radio,,
apartmanti, private aervice, $40. heater, wiw, power 'ateering,
In good location. Calle 3-2334. powu brakoa, le;M thant 17,000 '''.
t 7 . : rnilea, one 6wner, 6 tiroa, fclui,
Leavng 1st aiui:. Beit, ckanc ,Mt)tr JI(4 nylon upholatary.
now to get a modarej bedroom Available' oh or about 1 No.
apartment m Bella Vista com- Mu.t aeo to appreciate $1395.'
pletely furn.shed, including hn.n, PheM, Clayton 87-o204 or Clay-'1
kitchen Mtaniia and telephone. 37.723. ,h.r 5 p.m.
For furniture down paymenti and i
monthly payment. Ready to FOR SALE:-r-5l Lincoln, good
move in I November. Tel. 3- tires, radio, $250.00, O. Richard
3484. v 0853, Balboa. Tal. 2-I23S. --
FOR RENT: Army inspected FOR SALE: J957 Chevrolet
furnished one bedroom apart- Bel-Air 4-door, 6 cylinder atand-
ment, with kitchinetto, 4th of ard hif Ivory over Turqueis, w-w
July Ave. 17-18. phono 2-1 140. tirei, back p-ighis, spotlight
iad DEkiT l. j "tT" r undercoated, new tallpipe-muM
FOR RENT: 1 -bedroom apart- fler, excellent -condition, for
ment, l'V'"-"9. bathroom. ic, ,,, demortra,ion ca
Mchen $40 00 Francisco F.lo. Honest Jim 3,1071. ...
No. 27, Vista Hermosa. Phono l.... ...
3-3589. SPECIAL OFFER: 195S Mertury
... Montclair convertible, duty paid
rno ituv r i, with all extras, Original cost
FOR RENT: Campo Alegro 1 $4800. asking price $1600. Tel.
room furmshed aparment. hot- 3-1 104 8-12 hootr, 1 :30 4:30
water, epposito Panama Hotel.
Call 3-1789. ." ' ' ;
for rpkit. 1. a 11 v F0R SALE I95t M.G.A. con-
B?.u. f. 1. 5 "- Y1- Vertible. low mil..,., i-4 con-
iZXL 1 A-!"; Call Balboa 4-1338 aftar
rated duplex apartment, two bed- a.sn
rooms, hot water, brand now Jq p m' K:.
building. Call 3-3884. FOR SALE: 1951 4 door Ford,
excellent .condition throughout.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- ta" 82-316?. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m;
. with power ateering, Dynaflow,
FOR RENT: Very nicely and radio, w.s.w. in perfect condition,
completely furnished one bed- lufv Paid, on owner. See it at
ropm, apartment, hot waTer. One Household Exchange. Only $1,-
bfock from "El Panama". Call 500' n0 th" c" b financed.
' i FOR SALE: 57 Ford, two door,
H & R white walls, big hub caps,
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fcr- two tone, 190 h.p., $1,800. Call
nishadf apartment, decorated by 2-1629, 4 p.tn. to 8 p.m'
well known interior decorator. : 1
Rental inclcdes all utilities, maid elr ,, J?"
service, telephone and 24 hour SALE Volkswagen 2 door
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deco- '.'fM ;,"f,0"
yaeibn". .tor. in Edificio C.mpo
Alegr on Via Espana acrbif from n0 69. X
",' -' -f'Vm' Hitt:'- 'I TOR, SALE: 1957 M.rcu'r
Phono 3-7425. y Monterrey 4 door sedan, radio,
. heater, power equipped, $2700.
Firm Is Defendant "R H"1--,.1"7
I, ... V-8, priced low, Balboa 2-2988
n Lawsuit v ; r 2-l80C-
roc .' '. FOR SALE: 1957 0l Bulck
.LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Actor Century hardtop, .-door, duty
Mickey Rooney's com any, paid, airconditloned, perfect
Mickey Rooney Enterprises, was condition) may bo financed, con-
anmed a defendant yesterday in tac. "Pino" Panama 3-3278,
a Superior Court suit seeking re- 3 p
covery of a $10,000 loan. FOR SALE: 1952 Willys St.- S I
tion Wagon, excellent condition.
Republic Picture's Corp. -filed Phono, Panama 3-5286. I
the suit, charging that the loan : ; H
was made to Rooney's company FOR SALE: 1958 Ford Station
in 1956 for production of a tele- Wagon. Six cylinders, four door,
vision show. The program Was extras. Will finance within' Ca Cane
ne Cane vtr produced nor was the nal Zone. $2350.00. Balboa 2 2-money
money 2-money repaid, the suit charged. 3050.
CHANGING OVER TO 60 cycles
Now you can take advantage of our full supply of electric
60 cycle appliances, such as radio, t.v., blenders, mixers,
airconditioners, record-players, radio-phonographs 1 and
other frequency-sensitive equipment. Best prices.
filUEBLERIA CASA SPARTON
A BIG ASSORTMENT of
never before seen in Ihe world
You name it;
You'll have it.
i riw'vmiH in tvrrn rtKR rip nm
i.'tl'du A I ni- di hi irii'uiMrNMft s
BABD(Vx.No. 2( "B" Street MORRISON
rARMAriA VAN DEB-JIS 50 Street No.
ATHIS Beetde aha Bella VUU xneatre
Ave. and 27th Street .
G 1 A
tr.CKTi n nrm omCM AT 13 178
ij)ttn maM. a I am M. it i .fill i rnirm a
4th of July Ave. J St. tEWlS SER
S3 PARMACIA EL BATUBRO Petqne
- vobON ornut: -tain enreet win
FOR r. SALE: Dining suit of
J China cupboatd, buffet, table
and 6 chairs. Bedroom, suit of -v
double-, bedf with foam rubber
"matrrass and' mftched springs.'
1 hfight stand and dreuer and
large work beochv Some small
, articules. J 008-A Margarita.
FOR SALE Bargain; Book-cat.
Upholstered living room set. -Large
Rocking chairs. tables.'
Central Avenue 1 5-1 3.
' FOR SALE: Chinese mandarin
rug 9x12. Tal. Balboa 2-4479.
CompletinB thW first year of
ekistence; the members of t Club
Las Damas Admirables will attend
the Eucharistic service at St.
Christopher's Church in Parque
irre 7:3Q, a;m. tomorrow as
an act of thanksgiving.
The club was organized by Mrs,
Carmen Sharpe; presently resig resig-ins
ins resig-ins in Brooklyn, N.Y., for philan.
thropic activities and, to afford
recreation ameng- tne1 memoers.
Current officers are Miss Violet
Prince, president; Jurs. Amy Smi
ley, vice president; Mrs. Mazie
Morrison-' secretary treasurer;
Mrs. 'Ana'' Boyd, chaplain;" and
Mrs. Catherine Smitn, journalist.
As a finaie o, the anniversary
observance, a social will b held
for the members and a few guests
at the hc:?;i' of the1 president to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night at 7.
Wont To Teach?
Has Civilian Jobs
The Fort' Clayton tArmy Educa Education
tion Education Center is acceDtine applica-'
tions from tjualified dvilian s per personnel
sonnel personnel for positions as instructors
in. -college,, high' school and tech technical
nical technical subjects. Tor further Infor Information,
mation, Information, applicants can telephone
87-2161 or visit ithe Ariny Educa-
tiorl Center m,. euuaing 214, ion
, .'...''.' -., : i r f, ,! i i
, j.. -i; !' t" 1 v S
MorphyrRlchards (from England) hai easily the ery ,,
best automatic Iron In the world today .5 Good medium
weight, all chrome finish, fabric indicator, magic, eye.
modern finish.. and the price is the most attractive,
MR produced dry irons and. steamdry irons. Come and
see us when you need good automatic Iron.
Mnebleria CASA SPARTON
1 M 1 ai fc j
L I. A ,'0' A V
YoVr Community Network YCN :t
' Bio Kilocycle 5
Tm vawa-MA I.TRRFItlA FBKCIADO T Street No. IS
ve. 4S LOURDES FHARMACX 1W 1 lamsqnuta f runiinu juun-
Lefevre 1 Street rABMACU SAS
. nw '.'ft.--
FOR SALEG.E. wringer typ
ashorH 60 cycle, excelleat con
ditien, phone Albrook 6242.
FOR SALE Underwood portable
'typewriter, like new. Terms to
respensibie party, phone Balboa,
1806.' r r
FOR SALE: Automatia Kanr,.
mora wather. Transoceanic port
able radio, child's tricycle. Qtra,
No. 39, Albrook phone 6142.'
FOR SALE: Used Royal type typewriter,
writer, typewriter, good condition, $45.00.
Toll. 3-4148, I-700K'
FOR SALE. 2 used twin siso
- mattrses, $5.00 each. Cll
Balboa 181.; ' T
FOR ii SALE: Maytag automatic ;
washing machine, $ 1 95.00, No.
6, Dr. Alberto Navarre, telephone
r FOR SALE-2 each. Steam boil boil-v1
v1 boil-v1 rs. Package unit, horixontal 1ir
:'( tube type with receiver tanks.,
Almost h'ko new, Carl Padre Mi
ftuel 225. v
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY"' COMPANY"'-OFFERS
OFFERS COMPANY"'-OFFERS NON-FERROUS METALS
' FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening In pub- -lie,
will be received until 10:30
a.m.,. October 3U 195$, In the
- office f Suparintendent, Store Storehouse
house Storehouse Branch.- Balboa, for ap ap-proximatily
proximatily ap-proximatily 735. 000, pounds of
' Non-Ferrous Metal1 located at th
Salvage Section, v Balboa Store Store-houte,
houte, Store-houte, telephen 2-3110. Invi Invitation
tation Invitation No. S-58-420 may be
obtained .from tfie abdve source,
... or from office of Superintendent,
Storehouse Branch, telephone 2 2-1086.
1086. 2-1086. J
15-Missinq In s
MANILA (UPI)--Typhoon Kathy
veered toward the China Sea yes yesterday
terday yesterday leaving 15 persons missing
and heavy damage to, crops, pub public
lic public works and private: property in
th PhilinninM. -'jt. Si
The- storm, which; first'; hit the"
Philippines Tuesday -night with 60-mile-an-hour
winds, knifed its way
across the islands front east to
west and then headed out to, sea.
Eleven, fishermen and V four
Copra merchants were listed as
missing as a result of the typhoon.
' every Saturday
from v ;
' 6i30 to J 7:004 p.m..
'' 1090 'KiiocycUt
TItoII Ma. 4 a PARMACIA ESTADOg UNIDOBI4J veairai Aye
ma' tt a r)Tf nOMV Jmte Aroaemeae Ave. an 33 St
Via fORRAS lU MOVEUAU
' FOR SALE: Lett f 00 and 1.000
,t meters, in the Nuero Hipodrom
;' Urbanixatien, across the Roman
Racetrpck. All lota with street
fronts. sewage, water main and
to' electricity. Call W. .McBaraaH..
rTal. 1-2567. i
FOR SALE : Property located at'
; El Valle, 5 bedroom h houa 1
: 6.000. square motor land, fruit
trees,' rive; with dam. Sales price
$22,000, reaienable term. Ap Apply
ply Apply Adolf Noriega, El Vail.
FOR RENT: Large apac for
drive in, commissary, bait or of offices,
fices, offices, 50th Street, and 1 6th. Tal;
Mercedes Building. Do luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Am-pl
pl Am-pl parking space. Nigh watch-
man, Moderate -rents. ; Balboa
Avenue.' nex t- nuna school..
Ricard A. Miro : JV, A. Tel.
DeGaulle Promises Moslem Rebels
Safe Trip For Peace Talks In Paris
PAC1S XUPI) Premier Charles
Charles -de.Gaulle yesterday invit-,
ed' the Algerian Moslem rety's to
peace ; negotiations in Fait i. and
promised them safe-conduct pass passes
es passes for the .duration of the talks.-
The premier called on the reb rebels
els rebels to -lay down their arms and
end the "useless" r struggle and
bloodshed. He promised, to discuss
Algeria's future freely with rebel
delegates in Paris, -.
De ,Gulle : made his dramatic
offer at a s news conference his
first .since he, took power June 1
with promise-to onng siaDiiity
to France and peace to Algeria.
The Trench, leader. also- tola
newsmen that; ? v
- France will, t have us own
atomic, bomb''soon.' '
---He would' refuse v to lend his
name to anv mmtical oairty in
France in the parliamentary elec
tions scheduled for 'wow 23 J ana
De Gaulle said theJ French em
bassies in Tunisia and Morocco
were ready to provide safe round-
trip transport to Pans for an Al Al-eerlan
eerlan Al-eerlan rebel delegation. '
He neither offered independence
to Algeria nor specifically exciua
ed it. 't
But the general went further!
To Soviet Politics
By Way 01 China
LONDON (UPI) Reports from
behind the Iron Curtain indicate
Vvacheslav M. Molotov may be
worming his way back into. the
Soviet political- scene with the
help of China's Mao Tze-tung, So Soviet
viet Soviet affairs experts here said yes
Molotov ws ousted as foreign
minister after losing a power
struggle with 1 Premier ? Nikita : S.
Khrushchev in 1957 and sent to
Ulan Bator as Soviet ambassador
to Outer Mongolia. '
- Earlier reverts said th die-hard
Stalinist had Vanished .from Ulan
Bator and might even, be dead.
But diDlomatic Quarters Friday
reported Molotov had turned up
again in Moscow t and t had ; been
seen at the Foreign Ministry. y
1 Ther have been Wsistent ru
mora that Molotov has been play-
inc an increasingly important role
in the mysterious shifts Within the
- Authoritative : sources disclosed
in August that Molotov .visited
Peiping shortly before Khrushchev
mad his. surorise fcinket to Red
China for talks with Mao. After
hia talks, Khrushchev abandoned
the preparations for m summit
conference he previously had been
Xtiilninv'm rrln tn China was Said
to have followed his establishment
of friendly contacts with Peipmg'i
ambassador to Outer ? Mongolia.
This, was fol'owed by an -August
visit to Moscow. - ..
:v Molotov 1 had almost succeeded
In ousiing ;. Khrushchev from the
Soviet hierarchy before Khrush
chev turned the tables and ban
ished him. Since then, Molotov ap
parently has succeeded in becom
ing increasingly friendly with Mao,
also an arch-Stalinist, -
' Experts believe' Molotov' thus Is
considered a feasible link in
events in China that have demon
strated not only a return to Stal Stalinist
inist Stalinist ideology in Peiping but grow
in assurances of uiines com
munixt inflnenr elsewhere.
Unconfirmed reports from be
hind .th irrin Curtain last week
said that Mao in effect had urged
the Kremlin to make use of Moio Moio-tov's
tov's Moio-tov's long experience in foreign
FOR SALE1952 B.S.A'. Gold
; Starr 500 c.c. See or call Brooks
Claxton, Tel. Panama 1-3493,,.:;-
Wanted smooth tires,' suitable for
Nacianal.' Pom Avonu .7.
Phone 2-0406, 1 '
,WANTED:-Urgently chalet f-,
- apartment,- furnished r unfur-
i nished, two bedrooms, resldental
sector. Call Tal. 3-1710, morn-
inos" or 3-0868 evenings.
Boats Sr Motors
FOR1 SALE:1-1 -50' ft.' mto'
Launch, 225 h.p. Diesel, grey
- marine, is in vary good condition."
s Registered in Panama. Phone
FOR RENT: furnished tw
bedroom house. At 1 Westweod
farm four mile beyond Arjrai r
Jan, $65.00, '
h k ?
than any French nremief in near
ly four years of warfsre -in Al
geria -tow ard offering the negotia
tions xnat tne reoeis long naa oe
Last month: Algerian Moslems
shepherded, to the polls by the
French army voted by a 19-to
margin for Oe Gaulle's new con
stituion.' Since, then ... the rebels
nave dropped their demand that
France recognize Algerian hide
pendence before; any negotiations
siari. i i -t k v j
Thd rebels want noli'tiAaVfieffn.
tiations. De 6aulle mentioned only
ceasefire, but he seemed tor be
meeting, them half-way,
ue uauue spoke as the French
army in Algeria moved against
rebel bastions in an -all-out drive
to destroy nationalist v guerrilla
strongholds before the parliamen
tary elections. The French com
mand said- at least 264 rebels
were killed fa the ilrst two days
of the campaign, n
Referring to an estimated 50.000
Moslem rebel soldiers fighting in
the Algerian "Bled", w out-country,
-De Gaulle "'declared.. "Let
those who opened fire, cease fire.
ana return without humiliation to
theis families and their jobs;"
lie uauiie said the,; Algerian
war, wnicn nas tied mp an esti
mated 500,000 French- troops; '"js
serving nothuig.1 t A-
'As usual. -De Gaulle did -not
commit him'self'on .the; future
status of Algeria after any peace
agreement'. ,1 s' "j... --c
Oi Columbia U
To Visit Panama
Dr. Edward W. Barrett.'' dean
of the graduate-school of journa-
;-a. tl U: fTMWAM.ifir.'.S.
New York, and a former assltant
Secretary of State.' will arnve
with Mrs. Barrett on Avianca irom
Bogota. Colombia, Monday at. 12!-
10 p.m. He and Mrs. Barrett will
remain in Panama, until Oct.-29.
While in the Reoublic. Barrett
hobes to meet with cress and ra
dio people to discuss problems of
a free press. He is on nis return
journey from Buenos Aires, where
ne Attended the -inter American
. Barrett.ls a former "executive of
ureas cituiereuec ., : ...
Newsweek magazine. Prior to that,
h served as Washington corre
spondent, was a reported and ecu ecu-tor,
tor, ecu-tor, and' also worked; with the Co
lumbia Broadcasting system, cur
ing World War II he i served, as
deputy chief, ot .-f sycnoiogucai
Warfare Branch." Allied. Force
Headauairters. He as likewise
served in- various capacities with
the United Nations, including U-
NESCO.- and is a director of the
Institute lor International Educa Education.
tion. Education. Barrett holds a bachelor of
arts degree from $ Princeton Um Um-versily
versily Um-versily and a degree of doctor pi
laws from Bard college, coiumDia.
He is the author of ''Truth ii pur
Weanon". ' t i
He and Mrs. Barrett will r he
guests at a small cocktail tarty
Tuesday to be given by Mr. and
Mrs. ueorge w. : &aman' at Mieix
home in El Cangrejo. i
CFN' Announces v
Change In Sunday
The Caribbean Forces Network
has announced a change u Us te television
levision television schedule for tomorrow.
The Ed Sullivan Show, normally
an hour-long program will be air
wr so minutes peginmug hi, o v
m and th familv eomedV. Ozzle
and Harriet, is to be presented
from 8:30 to' 8 o'clock. This ar arrangement,
rangement, arrangement, in effect for one week
only,, is necessary oue u cuuiciu
ties in film shipment,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS i
' DRAWER WA". DIABLO) V A
IOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX tt tt-FHONI
FHONI tt-FHONI BALBOA 1701 a
T reeenstruct tire eigRifi
tonewy. W uaranree ur
werk. Rcrtructera Heclenel.
Per Avenue 7. Pheae 2-0406.
. ,Cambea f
i pavoa .
at leauvai OI Ol. MmOH $ ChUTCtt s
ia uamooa, wnicn laiia next Tues-
day; f c j.1 i
- Opening the observance will be
i solemn high mass ,at noon tn-'
morrow, with the Rv jimH p
Farmer, rector of Christ Church, I
Colon, and Rev, Carlton O. Mora-
IPX. assistant nlnr T...1
Church, Panama .City s guest
Evensong1 at 7 p.m. -wiU have
as preacher the Rev. John H.
lunuKiiu, wuue inner jonti.
ipear, priest in charge, will offl
Scheduled for. Tuesday era Wn.
Iy Communion at 7 a.m.- and E-
vensong at 7 p.m. The Rev. John
Spalding, of St. Mary's Church, J
Kam&ow ctty, will preach at-E-"
vensong. t y , ,
-Another solemn high m nvt ;
Saturday at U a.m.. celebrated
by Fathers Farmer nd Morales,1
will mark the fesst of All Saints
fesst -ol AH Saints 4. ;
observance et the
ana conclude observance of the
lesuvau, - t
To facilitate the priest, the chor-i
al Eucharist at St. Peter VChurch"
in La Boca -tomorrow has been ?
set for 7 :atm., three-and-a-half
hours earlier! than usual
No other services will be held
for the day.?,. f
, Holy Communion Will be cele
brated at Pedro Miguel ; by the
day and 9 a.m. Friday iajbserv-; t
ance of the feasts of t, : Simon
and of All "faints,- respectively.
On the church. calendar for No November
vember November are-Homecoming' Sunday
and Harvest Thanksgiving. FurthJ
er announcements concerning;
these events will be made later.
. T. PAUL'S .C
k (..fnama City; ? f; .'.
" In1 observance of tha 21sfvfunv J,
day After Trinity, the members of s
the Ifniphta ,f St.. Paul vHII'malr
their, monthly corporate ,Com-,;
munion at the 9 o'clock- Euchae
1st -tomorrow! ;i i
Members of the 'Pacific Ever-
green Garden Club will alsoattend
this service in observance of their
On Saturday "All Saints 'Day -at
6, a.m. there will be, a 'celebra 'celebration
tion 'celebration of the Holy Communion.,
The AU Soul's Requiem will bei
held on Monday, Nov. 3 at a.m.
h,L:i li lit i ... -,
iuis ceieorauon wiu om a sunz
requiem, forms are available at
tne vesiryn. r
Police Seek Youlli
Faf hor In Trunk
NEW VORK (UPI)'- Folic
sought, today a 17-year old boy;
who was ssia to nave snot nil
father' at" he slept, stuffed he,
douv in a u unit uia. vusxisa into
the Hudson River.
The search was begun on lnfir
mation supplied by a friend of tho
Negro youth, Richard Hicks Jr.'
Police-did not identify the infor"
mant. a classmate of Hicks' at
high school!, v i ; - v
The body1 d! the father was
found fjackknifed in al trunku Th
elder Hicks,', who was a ship'sr
radio operator, had been shot laf
the head and slashed on the lets, i
r. "".. .. . '.,..-..i ,-, ,. i j ..j ,J.'.. ,- i
. Police aid the friend told them
Richard "came to him Thursday Thursday-and
and Thursday-and told him he had shot his fa-i
, i i. j i i a 1.1. i
ther and needed help to get rid of
the body. Hicks allegedly told his
friend he bought a gun? recently
because of repeated arguments
with his father,
' The friend said- he' went with
Richard to buy a steamer trunk"
,and they took it by subwsy to th
Hicks- apartment, whe-e they
stuffed the body in it along with :
several articles of clothing to make -it
appear the elder Hicks had left -town,,-.
Then, the youth told police, they
'iftlm Ma tfimfr in vl t a a'XTa.a v
,,a .m .i, a .ju 'W
York Central railroad, station at
125th St. He said he "got cold v
feet" and. left the Hicks youth'
with the body in the trunk, ; v
. . f f
Longshoremen and customs in ;
spec ors at rier w toia police mer
watched a dark young man sitting
in the rain on a trunk on the pier
for more than two hours Thurs
day afternoon. After the youttt
pushed the trunk Into the rivet ,4
and disanpeared they tied a ropt
to u ana summoned police,
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1958
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it DAfED IN CRISTOBAL la night It also poured, turning the Mt. Hope football stadium into a sea of mud; In this, photograph4 splatters of mudrising as fiigh as six feet are caught, by the' camera:
The ban clrrler (big splatter on left) is a Cristobal lad pullder under the surface of the waves by two water-winged Balboa Bulldogs while' other players from both teams hasten to join in the ."Aquacade.
Won Lost Tied
Athletic Club ....... 2 1 0
Junior College 1 1
Cristobal High 1 1 1
Balboa High 1 2 0
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286 Polio Cases
wASHiNtlTON (UPD The Pub
lic Health service said yesieraay
that 19 pases of douo :140 01
them paralytic were reported in
the week ended uci. io.
Th fleure comrared with 316
cases t reported in the preceding
week and lllcases in the com
parable week of last year.
Weather Or Not
This weather renort for the 24
hours ending S a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrograpnic Brancn oi tne
Panama Canal Company:
, Low....; ,,74;'
Hirh i. ...... 98
,Low ......... 70
RAIN (inches) .96
(Inner harbors) 81
SUNDAY. OCT. t
Z: 49 a.m.
By TREVOR SIMONS
On the .first play from scrimmage last night,; Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School's Donald Humphrey broke through
oven his own left tackle, got
way!' and the Tiger quarterback and co-captain went 72
jaiU9, II Will 1119 WWII AW-JCMM,
to give Cristobal a 7 to 0 victory.
The win, Cristobal's first over Balboa elnpe 1951,
placed the Tigers in the Np. 1 position in the interschol-,
astic title race." ',,.' '",:,. vl-'
Rains that started from, before 5 'o'clock yesterday
evening and rendered Mount
did nothing to dampen the spirit ot tne capacity crowa
tha,t filled the stands for Cristobal's happiest home com com-ing
ing com-ing game Since 1951.
.. Despite the mud the fans were treated to plenty of
thrills with the tigers playingfour qu
defensive ball. -..;V!'.
In fact after the score, Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal could collect only one first
down for, the duration of the
game, while the Bulldogs, in pos.
session most of the time, had
Cristobal's. Dewey Whitaker,
who punted for the Tigers five
times and put a neatly placed
boot out of bounds- on the Bull Bulldog
dog Bulldog three-yard line In the fourth
quarter, was one of the key men
on the Tiger defense.
Glosses don't Imorave the vi-
ion tspeciolly if they hove
beerinetiUed too awny timet.
beautiful blocking all the
IIIIW y fcllW WMIIMW VIIU WI l
Hope .Stadium a sloppy field,
The Tigers missed a chance to
add anotheir pate of points on a
safety in the fourth period. With.
Whitaker'c punt and; a penalty
naa piacea tne Buiraogs on tneir
Program To Held
At Paraiso Friday
The Paraiso High School will
hold its annual Panama Independ
ence Day program in the Paraiso
Gymnasium on Friday' at 8 pm.
This year's observance will fea
ture some of tne- typical dances
of, Panama. In addition, dances oi
some of the other Latin American
countries will be presented.
Teachers responsible for the pro
gram are Mrs., Laura rerer, Mrs.
Evelina Pringle and the Misses
Delgado and Pinzon. The Glee Club
under the direction of Miss Blan-
dina Waterman will also appear
on tne program.
Sty m;.' is. i
BALBOA QUARTERBACK Joe
John Boseman (8) go down In
linns, aticcu. ayiaviux uic suuu
own one, three attempts by Cage
to get a drive going failed on
the line of scrimmage. John Pet
ersoni Russel Favorite, irl San
ders-in addition to a stubborn
Cristobal overall defense, refus refused'
ed' refused' to allow the Bulldogs to pull
On fourth down Cage got a
bad pass, from center and after
recovering the ball was hope
lessly taught Inside his end
zone. ; But; an unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty against the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers nullified the score and gave
the Bulldogs a first down on
their lown 19.
The .Tiger defenders still held
like a wall and Balboa .was kept i
to within their own 23-yard line
Desnlte the rain that contin continued
ued continued through most of the game,
Joe Reynolds still attempted
some passes, throwing five times
ana completing only once toi
.mA vv r.'l:-.iTr'"' ....
Charlie French: The completion'geada. i i
CRISTOBAL END Russ Stromberg (47) trying to block out Charlie French as French reaches
-out to pull down John Boseman (8). Jon Snodgrass (70) and Pete Corrigan (80) are also draw''
Ing a bead on Boseman. - V (Photo: Bill KirlUand)
v 1 1 r V l
Reynolds (15) takes off for 'foreign parts as Jim Price '(58) and
the mud. Dick Ness (39 and a muddy BUS player approach t
ictu cawtbe 111 iiu uucvwuiw..'
netted nothing as the V Balboa
halfback was halted on. the line
The Bulldogs fumbled s, seven
times to Cristobal's once and the
Tigers recovered two of Balboa's
seven fumbles) one by Russel
Favorite as the game wore, into
the crucial final minutes. ,t
Donald Humphrey- was top
yard gainer for the ii$ht with,
a total of 88 yards, including;
this 72-yard, ; touchdown, run,
from scrimmage. i ? r r
The Tigers; with chamolonshiD
fever sure to be burning hot,
have two weeks to prepare -for
their next lnterscholastk en
counter against Junior College,
scheduled for Balboa u stadium
on Nov. 7. l
The Bulldogs play : the Green
Devils next Friday, in a game
that is sure to be listed as a
"must" on both grid' sauads'
:, c .:. .a..-
Stock Saving; Plan
WASHINGTON (UP!).- A'labor
union leader has asked the Secun
ties & Exchange .-Commission
(SEC ttf prevent t stocK savings
pian i proposeu oy wesungiiuuac
The request was made by
James B.i Careys president pi the
Initrnational Union of Electrical
Workers. Hi said yesterday the
description, of the Westinghouse
plan tiled witn tne &ii-u was nus
lea dm B
Carey' said the- workers,; ho
were nSked to participate in" the
plan would lose benefits Wbrth 14
cents an hour while; the plan
would cost the company less than
10 cents an hour per worker u"
He said the company- did not
reveal it could profit by pur
chasing stock -wune npi oy e i
1:00', 2:40, 4:45, 4:50;9:00 p.ml
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Mwumh J UNITED AFITL. i II I
Shown above at a luncheon are Jack H. Borge and John R. Infmnndson, representatives
of the International Division of the Ford Motor Company with Central American representa representatives,
tives, representatives, delegates from Costa Rica and management and tales staff of Colpan Motors jfollowlnf jfollowlnf-a
a jfollowlnf-a ealei promotion conference held recently In Panama City. r z.r.: :'y-;it-;.i.-:i...:i-,lCrr
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