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-' pAriNQ the make-believer's Hallooween night, .TSgt
t f.9r, nnshiniri nnrt RSirt. ;
v touch of ,humor and artistry to -Albrook' celebration of the'
"wching night."-;The lun began, for the younger and older,
1set t Albroorat 7:30 :&.nu, and' continued ,untU 1(U0 p. m.
Music f of the dancing ghosts and goblins was supplied by CWO
. -t Herman "W. Kngleyt and his 776th Air Force Band u ;,;
Quietest Zone lial lowccn Was Dad::
."L'u'rji 'rtV.iTrnV' ripvilaltrt fnr? urk tut" possibly", was
i The. Halloween spirit prevail
"tJommissloner Charles Durman
' ;.t,r th Rtilvation Army's interna-
' -tional headquarters in '-London;
V'1' la due on the Isthmus from Chi-j
' le Tuesday to conduct special
, public and private' meetings 1H
various Salvation Army centers
in the -Canal, Zone antt ranama.
' r The Undersecretary Brigadier
Jas. W. rraser Is accompanying
Durman. Also to' -visit Panama
in connection with,' Durman s
tour, is Col.. John S, Stannard,
, territorial commander for West
j Indies and Central America with
' headquarters in Kingston, Ja-
".maicft. The colonel will conduct
'. the Salvation Meeting At Parai-
. so Corps tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
'' He will be supported by the sec
' tional officer. - ; 1
on Wednesday, a public meet-
- ing is scheduled lor Panama ui ui-ty
ty ui-ty Corps with the international
. prrtwv ard natty taking part.
Henderson .will deliver -an ad-
dress and other prominent wcw
".iti7eni and'clerer of the Canal
Zone' and Panama' are featured
on the program.
special .music and vocal num
t will he rendered.. Miss Ame
' He De Castro, Braille teacher at
l the Salvation Army School for
the Blind tocether with a, group
if Mind students are to take
part In' connection wittt the
nr.hnnl's tenth anniversary; iThe
'-'"Young People will 1 Jeature
. tsmbourlnp exerrlse. V
. At a wlvnte meeting Dr. Har-
rv Eno, promlnentphyslclan of
: rolon nnd well known philan
thropist and Capt. Clifford
. pavne,, a local businessman and
pre at brnefnetor to various
rharltlei on the Isthmus, will be
" lntrduced to the International
?v commissioner. Both of thesf lo lo-i
i lo-i cal residents are rnmbrs of the
orlrtwlde ordrr of Distinguished
(fMixlltarv Service of The Salva Salva-'i
'i Salva-'i von Army,' t
Ravmond Brown aaded tneir
wljlch vweie given .'for adwtts
long ftfteif, the junior 'shobgobhns
had .collected their treats, and
dropped" contentedly. 4nto bea.
Canal Zone pouqe at, Jiaiooa
headquarters- reported- onj of
the yuietest Halloween- night s
on" 'record. sFor. i pleasant
change, hot, one- juvenile ,was
reDoried for rniscmei.
Cars remained soapies -and
earbaee cans ; contained theif
contents as securely as though
the eerie 'evening -had .never
Even the annual practice of
tying refuse cans to the rears
of buses was abandoned this
year; police said, r
The police did, however, m
vestlgate a reported egg throw
ing, but. fulled to discover a
shell in evidence.
Tne youngsters on the streets,
who had a one-track mind on
the n candy-gathering, went.-au
their business with greas gMto
mere -were a lew minoi.' crises.
such as broken jack-o-lanterns.
Jost ear rings and very tired
legs, but generally speaking, it
was a painless Halloween
The devils who suffered worst
oi au were the -Canal Zona Coir
iege's Green Devils, .who vere
soundly trounced :27-6 1 by the
uaiooa High eleven:
The consensus wasnot onlv
by officers of the peace.' but
also by peace-loving parents,
inas times nave cnanged in'
deed. .The children's costumes
lent support to this theorv
They now tend 'to be eUDjorate
ana pretty, rather than the
scary '.and tattered outfits of
uone really modern-was one
young gal, chic Is a formal vrown
which .was given a bouffant ef
xect by attaching her hula hopp
wh nem r me SKir$.
Keel For Ldrgest
Sub' Laid r Cost:'
' f URTSMOUTH, N.H.,'. Nov, 1-(UPI)-i-The
navv torlnv hm th
keel for ,a huge nuclear-Dowered
l .. 1(1 i r
paiiisue missile submarine. -
The junnamed loo million ,4, Ani
lar submarine will be ble to hurl
me foians intermediate Range
ballistic .inissile 1,500 miles. It will
have a displacement almost twice
that pt the .Nautilus and .Will be
tne largest Submarine in the fleet.
FT.' JACKSON,' ?. c: (UPD A
young lieutenant was convicted
yesterday of standing by -while
non-commissioned officers or ordered
dered ordered one trainee to shout obr
scene phrases and another to
jumn Into a dirty grease trap; 1
t a general court martial at tn'f
Infantry training center repri reprimanded
manded reprimanded 1st' Li. Gerald M.
Whea tley and fined him $1000.
AVhcatley, 23, of Bridgeton,
NJ., was 'acquitted on four
other charges by the court
.. which deliberated 45 minutes.
Tears filled Wheatlcy's eyes as
he left the courtroom hugging
Panama's four-day observance
of the 55th anniversary of its
independence from Colombia got
underway today with some spe
culation as to the- participation
of students In the traditional In Independence
dependence Independence Day parade on Mon Monday.
day. Monday. t"" ,.',-
t)nly delegation government
and civic organizations and pub pub-He
He pub-He arid private schools- are
scheduled to attend .Monday's
flag-raising1 ceremony at Inde Independence
pendence Independence (Cathedral) Plaza and
the ensuing parade in honor of
president of the Republic
However, University student
have said that they do' not in intend
tend intend to attend anv eeremony
at which President de la, Guar Guar-dla
dla Guar-dla will be present,
Instead they plan to hold their
own flag-raisinsr ceremony on
the campus of the National
tmiversitv nd have invited stu students
dents students i of (.Panama City high,
schools to attend. lt- ii
v "A snokman for the univer-s
-rity students said the flar to
be raised would be' the-, n
.planted' at Balboa- Helgrhts
durinr last WWy's "Operation
Severeigntv'' m. a it urer by
' Panama students.
" Renorts lrom Colon Indicate
.that the bugle of the Abel Bra-
wo high school's drum ana ourm
"heti rnnfl!ctfd be
jitudenU plani'fd to play iu-
President.de la Cuardia who 1s
nero' uwi.Ku '..jbiic.r
.-i tk,. Mftti nasi
expected to auena woion a muc muc-nendence
nendence muc-nendence Day observance on
Wdnesdrty.-' -r ( ''
The festivities e-ot underway
in Panam Citv today with- free
rlde for children, games', snort
ing events and a concert, at xne
Olvmnie 'Stadium, which wa
schedule4 to get underway, at; 5
Tomorrows. ODservancr .wm
begin with a requiem mass in
th Metropolitan Cathedral at 8
.m. In memory of the Found Found-in
in Found-in Fathers,"' -'
This wiU be followed at 9 a.m.
with a nllwimage to the- tombs
of the Founding Fathers, led by
President de la Guardia and his
cabinet, with" government offi officials
cials officials and clvip. oreanizatlons of
Panma and the Canal Zone at
tending, "- : ...
The festivities will ena wun
Tuesday's observance of Flag
Day which will .feature another
parade .including student ana
civic organizations and delega delegations
tions delegations from the Canal Zone,
i.n n,i iuMiH I ,
Firsl Rob.d; Beat
Off Rcb3l Attack
HAVANA, Nov, 1- (UPI)- Gov Government
ernment Government troops appear today to
have won the first round in the
long-expected Battle ior sanua-
Trnnn InVat tA Preslsdent' Ful-
gencto Batista beat off sharp
rebel attack St dawn Friday on
El Cristo, gateway to Ssntiago,
Cuba's second largest city.- An ar
my communique ,aid e t repew
and four soldiers were killed,
New fighting. ws reported late
last Bight. Intermittent gunfire a-
wakened stsrtieo reswenis m;a m;a-tiago
tiago m;a-tiago The, city" was calm but
' A major atUck on Santiago by
followers of rebel leader Fidel Cas Castro
tro Castro had been expected for some
time. The city had been in a virtual
state of siege. ; lors, the past two
1 El Cristo, nine miles northeast
a cntinin iDDirentlv was pick
ed by the rebels is jumping-off
place' because fcvis important
highway and tag nun,
his attraotlve bride .'or tnree
months, the iormer.;iizoovn
Brandes of Charleston. ;
' Wheatley could have rfceiveo
two years in prison and dismissal
irom tne service.
w ha was due -for release from
the service Nov, 29, but unless
th fine is nam oerore men. nt
will not be released until the
money is paid from his salary.':
"What can I sav." he told r
porters.' Vlt's all been said in
there," he added, pointing to the
courtroom In which th two-day
trial and the trials of the two
non-coms before him were held.
' PANAMA, R. P.; SATURDAY,
nALROA HIGH SCHOOL cheer
cheer about at Balboa Btaajum
r , -. t
r : .'!"'. .v ....:
Panama Firiris 1 nitiate ; Export D riy
Vitfi1 Sugar jShipen 4 a Kffn? KpPST
An -export drive-by Panama
nian companies-' started- wis
week with a sizeable 'shipment
of sugar being loaded for Hong
Kong, i,i'u,fJ 4, 'A m f
Estrella, S.A. sald although they
haviv been' exoortlng for some
years to the United States Jand
Venezuela, tnis is ine nrsi con consignment
signment consignment to go to the Orient.
AV:ttat hf 30.000 "bags were on
their "way to Hong Kong'by.the
end of the week aboard: the
01a Maersk whose local agent
n Fenton ana iO. nov, ix
further 5000 bags r wlU" 'leave
Isthmian waters bound lor
Next week, a trial order' of
proton hopf ) beinn sent bv
the National Abattoir, to- the
Armour backing' plant m eni
cago; The ; first shipment ; will
onnoist, of 20 000 lbs. and a
spokesman for the abattoir said
today they were confident of
selling1 more. ': -f
, f,v if. i S
Zone School Kids;,
To Donate Toys
Needy, Of Panama
A collection of toys' Is, being
made in U .8. schools of the Ca
nal Zone Which will be given
to" the Veterans of Foreign Wars
for. distribution to- children in
Panama at Christmas time.
Children -whb have unbroken
toys or toys which i have been
broken but can oe- easily repair repaired
ed repaired have been' asked them to
bring them to school during the
The VFW trucks are schedul scheduled
ed scheduled to visit the schools. 7 to pick
uu the toys. They will renovate
and repaint those In heed of re
pairs before the- Christmas holi holidays.
days. holidays. ;'. .' ""t 't ..'
hi nurenta: Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
T: .Wheatley of Bridgeton, Joined
his wile at his siae.
Wheatley, the third man to
be tried in connection with al alleged
leged alleged mistreatment of trainees
in the company he command commanded,
ed, commanded, was declared innocent of a
charge he slugged a trainee
with a helmet liner.' ,-. ,, ?
v He also was acquitted of kick
ing a trainee In the shins, gran
bing another ; msn by the vm
during a mess halj brawl, and of
standing by wnne non-comi as
saulted another recruit,
NOVEMBER 1, 1958
leaders are" seen with plenty to
ibsi nrgm; ast ineif team goes
'-Photo Vera 1
. .'.;.''; v .
.Plans are also afoot to. export
large, numbers -, of live steers.
The newiy-orgahized Cattle In Institute'
stitute' Institute' will export 400 head of
beef; cattle to Curacao Nov. 10
ana 'another shipment, of 400
head '.Will' be made in January.
The Institute reports 1 that
lYiorei'thant 2(iflft vounc steers are
In good condition for export.
Details jiave. not yet neen re released
leased released on the projected sal of
Balboa". beer in the Jnited
States,.. "A brewery' spokesman
said today' that the first con
signment 01 pere would De snip snipped
ped snipped to Hew- York before Chrisfc Chrisfc-riias
riias Chrisfc-riias "but the quantity or, the
areas of, distribution were not
yet .settled.. , r
Some Balboa beer is already
being exported to parts of Cen Central
tral Central America. i,-
PERLB MESTA: former U.S.' Ambassador In Luxembourg and famous Washington, hostess who Inspired, the play "Call Me lod.
am 'a Broadway hit later made Into a movie, arrived in Panama this morning accompanied by Mrs. Phil p Cox, a Washing.
;.7i.?r tv,: J,hftt ahnv Khow. the travelers after demand from Branlffs "El Dorado" at Tocumen Airport, accomrnr;. t
byob rt a HaU.K B7anlFs managrin Knami mght7 on hand to meet her at Tocumen was US Embassy dart-,
R Austin Acly (second from left),-Mrs. Mesta and Mrs. Cox arrived herd from Rio de Janeiro, where they were guests of n
Canal Zone residents aren't' th
only "-ones interested in the pro-
Little Mayor", of Santa Cruj.
A recent letter to the canal
Zdne Committee for Aid to the
Physically Handicapped, i s hows
that he also won many hearts
while .visiting the Kessler Institute
for Rehabilitation at West Orange,
Four-year-old 'Gregorio, accom
panied by his mother, recently xe
turned from: a four-months stay at
the' institute. While there he was
fitted with artificial arms and
hands.' He had been born minus
these limbs. All of, his expenses
were paid by tne ioct, con'.miui'e
' In a letter 'dated Oct. 27.' the
executive director of the institute
wrote to Forrest Dunsmoor, chair
man ,of the local committee;
"...Gngora and hit lovely
mother iH a host dMttwt be behind,
hind, behind, not only at th In jtitote,
but throughout our nir com community.
munity. community. I, am comtantlf asked
About the .continued progress ot
this Child. -a
i "Incidenttilly, I shave received a
personal letter from Mrs. Toribjo
expressing her appreciation for all
that was done "for;Grefforio. Her
letter is one of the most touching
and warm expression of thanks
we have "ever received w are
rery proud to -have had i share of
working .with your tine orgamza
Uotj in helping to, provide this
yeungstcr -wlMilw wtUrt .hopr'-;or
usefulness that is the birthright of
"4,We weuld 1m? 'most -gratefur If
you- could' keep us constantly ad advised
vised advised sas to Cregorio't progress
and please,' whea you see him a a-gain,
gain, a-gain, give him '4 squeeze for, us all
and our fondest, regards ,to ( h 1 s
mother and father, ''
The letter was signed by Wil-,
llara K. Page, executive director
of the Kessler Institute.'
The Jled Cross' helped the com committee
mittee committee make arrangement tor the
Toribio's when they arrived in the
States., Both agencies are among
'those participating in the current
Canal Zone United Jrund drive.
Death Of Sputnik
By US. Scientists
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Nov, 1
UPI)The Smi hsonian astrophy astrophy-sical
sical astrophy-sical observatory said today it ex expected
pected expected he rocket of Sputnik III u
die w.thin a -month. ''
Scientists said, the rocket Is los losing
ing losing altitude at a rate of 10 miles
a day and is now only 123 miles
above the earth at its low po.n
or peHgce, '
i wUl remain In Panama & few
Out 3Tbp Talent f
WASHINGTON: Nov: 1
theif crack froops Into the final stage of the 1958 cam cam-paign
paign cam-paign today to reply to President, Eisenhower's attackVcn
their extremists ." ''free soenders" nnrl "nlnnm-HnnrtUrV
1 E:se ihower used those terms last niaht nlonn with n
ahead-rf-scheduFe j-eport on
nis nnai speecn oerore luesday. He, spoke frpm, Balti-.
moreMd., over a national radio and television network.
.former president truman at 5t, Louis, AdlaJ ESte ESte-venson
venson ESte-venson at: Minneapolis and Senate Democratic leader
Lyndon B, Johnson at Salt Lake City, talk tonight for the
vemotrais -o Dung tne i8
X Vt President returned
mediately oftei.his Baltimore speech, while Vice Presi.
dent Rirharof M Nixon planned to continue campaigning
through Monday; in Alaska. Nixon said -last night mo mo-speech
speech mo-speech atEvefton,Wash., that the Eisenhower aaW-
isrrnrnjn; rtaa prevenrea war aDroad by being strong; and
aUhe'ame time.l'waging peace unceaselesslv." r
The president made some-last.
thinule amendments to his
speech last hight to tell the Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore GOP; rally that- unera
ploymenfc had fallen 300,000 dur during
ing during October to a total of 3,800,-
0Q0. He quoted government fore forecasts
casts forecasts that the construction in industry
dustry industry would rise to record lev levels
els levels next 'year.
He was using these reports to
back up his argument that the
administration had followed
sound policy in dealing with
the business recession.
Eisenhower said Democratic
"extremists" and "free spenders"
wanted to engage In "reckless
spending" and that one "gloom "gloom-doggler":
doggler": "gloom-doggler": in: the Senate had
charged the administration with
planning the recession.
-White House officials,' Identi Identified
fied Identified the Senator as Sen. Hubert
H. Humphrey (D-Minn.),' who
promptly retorted that the Pres President
ident President was "embarrassed that his
planned recession got- out ; of
i The president also described
the Democratic Party as one :
that was "split down the mid middle"
dle" middle" and '"was standing on
"both sides of every Issue."
days before taking Branifi to Washington, D.a
"flVE CENT ".
fUPlV Denwrntt fW
shrinking unempdymenf in
campaign to its virtual end.
to Washinaton hv f-rnin Jin.
hvi-wi avu -nerrw issue. ;m
said the Democrats- wem"o
busy battling with each otUer tff
have any time left ior the real
of the nation." "i
Johnson engaged 'hi a long
dlsUnce debate with Blsenhowei
from a Casper, Wyo., Democra Democratic
tic Democratic meeting last' night. Dealing
particularly with the "socialist'
and "radical" labels pinned on
Democrats by the GOP, he chal-'
lenged the Republicans ,to tell
what Democratic laws "thej
would repeal, ''.. v V
He said the Democratic party
in Congress next year would be
the same one that dealt with
Elsenhower "responsibly i and
prudently l for the past .four
yean." "--, k
If the Republicans were
terming the Democratic-Spon- -sored
as radical, he said, he want- f
, ed to remind- the President
that "about 90 percent of your
Republicans in Congress f oi-'
lowed the Democratic lead and 1
voted for them.
t Eisenhower. had said that
sturdy OOP opposition in Con Congress
gress Congress and his. vetoes had blocked
reckless spending schemes front
the Democratic Congress.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSFATEX
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, ls:j
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THE MAIL BOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLB
Too much company comtag.ln, so I can't write what I want
i". JSle'JS S3 'iS TSttftrWw havYdUcover-
v" T"t . 1 ..
een a lot oi AQam ; mi -. m .tandlni walls the
There a vrn., ,-74 i, ,; sun shinliur
A lot ot ineae inu,? 5 -v.thlM I can
Mnatest?perTshow some unrest In Chtrlqul. If that didn't
happen, It wouldn't be Latin. .
, Colder down in 60s.
w pop Wriiht
tmntt forward, pay
eTmost every year, new JZSS Each
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likewise xame u
i-Jte years W-th..jiUota we ; really
Irom the pay of third mate to that oi a
"Let Me? Take You to the tasboh"
t i By VICTOR RIISIL.
-'l':-' -,;; -
' The boys from Syracuse are
maKing n.story by putting out
do-it-yourself kit, weighing ten
pounds and costing m. It may
do for politics inhat ; Hannibal's
eiepnanis ma lor tne Alps., lots
political kit, complete with four
sets of picture slides and the tap taped
ed taped voice, of Richard Nixon, may
well change the style of political
warfare. ; V
The kits have been distributed
to 18 centers across the U.S. by
the Manufacturers Assn. of byra
cuse", rT.Y, The ;material is the
most complete and sophisticated
political battle plan put into the
field. To me; it out-braintrusts
even the smoothest of labor's cam
paign material. 1 1
It is the tocsin of avant-garde
businessmen to retailers and banit
ers, to manufacturers and sales
men, to the my fbnnel set in
the decision suites of big business
and the junior executives in en
gineering divisions rght on, the
factory floors.' : 'it'i'"
: Virtually unnoticed, though far
from being hidden from tne oubln,
the Syracuse experiment maks the
first counter-action aeainst the in intense
tense intense political activity of other
groups. These kits and the Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse Practical Politics Subcommit Subcommittee
tee Subcommittee makes this 1958 campaign the
historic moment when the nation national
al national leaders of business ooenly nee needle
dle needle hundreds of thousands of in industrialists
dustrialists industrialists and merchants into
practical politics from Manhattan
to Hawaii. This is the warm up
for the I960 presidential cam campaign.
paign. campaign. .
There have been hundreds of
national and regional political con conferences
ferences conferences held quietlv bv business businessmen
men businessmen some of them the na nation's
tion's nation's indeed, the world's
most famed Industrial personali personalities.
ties. personalities. They are waitine for he next
campaign to swing jnto action pub publicly.
licly. publicly. But it Was the, boys from
Syracuse who swung into action in
November 1957. Thev. really put
business into open politics juast is
it was the boys from the'HO who
did the same for labor back in
1944. ,; r. i
Aftef a full year of 'basic train
ing, which ran even o assigning
bankers and executive to practice
door-beH tinging of 20 homos rch.
the bellwether Syracuse Practical
Politics Subcommittee reoorted to
"top managemtnt" this oast Sept
29. It had this to Say in a five five-naee
naee five-naee mfmn:
i ". .i .We believe have started
on tne long trail towards mastery
of oolitic where it cwn's in. the
'Our ; pattern can be modified
to fit local conditions and be used
in any area of the nion where
businessmen will decide to stop
talking and trt act!n i- and
release the skills, the techniques
and the orofessional know how
of the great number of younger
people from business and indus industry
try industry and transfer these qualities
too the political parties. r
"We have made a start in de
veloping an important trend by
business and industry. We are com
bating on a voluntary basis the
inroads made in politics-by leaders
of organized labor ha vine at ther
disposal unlimited funds and work workers
ers workers through compulsory unionism
i-ii: 'in turn bv the virinus nfficinU
l I too read the "Mail Box" every Evening and I especially hate and candidates they seek to elect
to read letters by characters who sound OH nau-coonea. i q ..-irn cumroi iOT mer own
' 10 "a S with a Friendly AtUtude" (Mail Box, Oct 28) writes special interests."
. .u. j-i:..:-..- ...niu. a! ihmn' hfr and on that score It
B0Ul-.l"e "!"i ".ur"r 7 T;""; states beers. When' This k't contains the voice ot
. iuL n0, ai m,n.ffer nf the Commissary division stops the lm- Richard Nixen urging people to
portation of all States beers-, I'll stop, drinking beef. J "rtoJh TOjyfL0?!:
Let "A Zonian with a Friendly Atiituae proauce pruui "1,C1
- the -commissaric?, or any local club or organization on the canal
Zone, with the exception of the Army, sold any imported, beer on
, which freight had not been paid;, ?-$$f f.J?
" About his comment that it was a shame that we had to "de-
manu- uut-iree aquor beioie sigamg to ueaiy it is my lmpres-
nou o toe u-eavy negotii lions turn tne'ouiy possioie concession thai
" ranama uau W) ouw lor toe many generous grams received was
vuiy uea liquor ana jiow sue regrets naving made even this single
concession.'' . . .7'" :.,:.u-
Anu of the large scale coniraoano; we conuauauu, u J,
. komF mto the Rcpuolic Ind for toe Ute or me 1 ;coultt- never under-
' y ...i... .u- rn. -1J ,mnln rnntrhnrt insnectOrS tO
-U.J1.. an ,rth "th5 KnilhllC. That
would appear to be Panama's problem Certainly; oat big; snots
wouldn't stoop to having loyal Panamataas : procure -them- their
- TimtiietA vnid. nnvment of idutv. but if could be th other ay around.
. to protect Panama's delicious beet ,the ;anarZore M bound oy
I a .a .a m nlV
time the sea group c erRl ruied
rash for the canai piiovs uci.uac 'lIL
,r.aBI: iL ..... knairf the same as shipmasters.
: But neon e are never satisfied. OverheWcnons m
.feSffl' nay so for the past three years wages for
Ithe Dllots have one up two percent whUe tne minu
itrv has Increased 18 percent;.
Jhnm!. rt ,2S) nr'tnu Into the
ikiiw t,At-v r r v u.Aw rtav In T.nft
r;f; monev awarded for baCk.pav in. n
raise, came out empty-
'rm,rt. thev must nay to the union s lawyer
- .,.!. i nam TS11 TV1 1IV f.OIISlUCl iu
of the money wn.cn in ic... ----- tne Ce-
v. tn hones of making an imnreslon on tte W? : man.
tkow much lonrer will these poor 88 fools be lawn
300 buc Per year Just to belong to an inactive unit. ,
Fool NO. 73
BEER AND TREATIES
a t .a
ty tllW MAII91
ATLANTA. Ga. The experi
ence ot boudiern law-euxorccaaivui
ouitets snows that terror is high-
,.. ... .
NEW YORK HEARTBEAT '.
Ce'ebs About Town: Hedda Hop Hopper.
per. Hopper. iu .ue t t.'S mghaA. ua m,
,ne few leuiaiea wearing millinery,
lua tupnt aiid ittisOauu nowoiu
Duff in tiom Movieville to eaten
me .new piay d. .Juue ewmar m
the new Claudette Colbert-Charles
ioyer tomeuy,- Aiair.ge tro
rtouL.": Her mother was Zieg.'eld
ieau.y htieue. jmi. .iaue .iaue-garue,
garue, .iaue-garue, toe i'entiau ftoom star, woo
once o.a cosmeucs n muwiU'
kee SandlO. .luly's Demenico Ma Ma-uuuo
uuuo Ma-uuuo tnia"Volie'.' eieva.eu mm
iniO the nigh brackets), who phlopt
ai the ii'iue Angel i yearj 4feo. r
The Allium Benes in Stl.cnes at
Sim wveue. star oti"Maue a
Mil Jon," which even made the cri
tics nowl. .composer R.cnard
Rodgers telling Lisa Kirk: "You
n ,4 .ad liMHamint tiands. '.i
show business'. 4 Errol Flyna;
iiiiosi uupiuag a pei- xor caiuog
Television 'Bores: Cowboys' with i five 1 ext.
thai Great Unwashed Loos.. .The Aiai-es m
cu anieuje ioi aie virgiuai Air.
Anyone wno says: "Anu here's the
star of our show!". .The emcee
uvi coiue uKe a m.uu.e-aged
jait; Aini3uuug. -r .Ail .nose neuos
on Person-.o-Person, .Pertorm .Pertorm-eii
eii .Pertorm-eii Who lorea.en you wuu toeir
latest recording. .The sexy movie
Star wiio oearoin-cyes ue vatnie vatnie-irs.
irs. vatnie-irs. .. .The rehearea ad libs, The
.nei ii4is wuo la. a cueen lor
harangued a crowd of 30 who had
come down from the hills. "We'v
got to show them." v
The people Kasper called "they"
une aci ot nate can tougn on. were former Mavor Everett I.e.
wnole benes oi bomouiks as ui wallen. who runs i rlnthino tn
they bad been careiully lusedv to .City Attorney Buford LewaUen and
go off in rapid succession.
it takes more toan law-enforce-
former principal D. J. Brittian,
Jr. They had opposed integration.
mem ouicer. it takes a- aurong had fought the NAACP in cour:.
quarantine .ot pubUc opinion i tpi But when Judge Robert Tavlor
quarantine '. of pubUc opinion- ; to, In Knoxville ruled against them.
violinist took' their
toe ua) ot. M
(iiom mat ubiej, raunv
imcu: "xti ume t p.ay ueie i (u
iuua iue ioUt' urummertl". 1,
vie niotiuw, leauau jtun ..n tne
pjBy. utatnwa.cn," saouid be iar
uiu.ar o me iate huow-xsiz ae.i
Vic drove a 'caib irom the Lindy
i.ne. ( 4 ?s t;
Braadwav. Chofu!'' Danhne: Fair
luaiitt., ueu uaugmer tit jJOUg. all' A
est to your political ideas and be
liefs and roll tn vou sleeves ind
go to, work. Politics in't a dirty
word. It should be the parttime
job of every American."
Yet the kit Is bi-oartisan. There
also is a piece in it by the labor
cham'oiin? MichiMn Gv. Men-
nen Williams on how business
men cm be DemocrstT. CriHqs .of
this political action program will
naturoily run wtto outcries oi its
Sallies In Our Alley; A couple of
show business hoptiul were dis discussing
cussing discussing W year om France Nuyen's
immediate ; success ia "Susie
Vvong," her lirsi stage role.
"Poor Kid," ji ghed one, "she's
missed all the tun of a arving on
the way up"... Some of he Lin Lindy
dy Lindy regulars were chop-chopping
aoou .he recent massacre u
Broadway's Pic a-Rib Bar, ."No
oue ever' ge.s snot in nere," oo oo-served
served oo-served a chorine. "No," chortled a
comic, "just knifed."
Memos of a M'dnighter: Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery Clif 's almost-eve?y-mght.
date has been Myrna Loy at the
Voisin, iThe Pic-a-Rib ( Where a
cop killed 4) has trebled its b!z. .
Ex-Champ Joe Louis' current sigh sigh-inducer
inducer sigh-inducer is Chicago thrush Phyllis
Branch. V.Georgianna Moore (she
got all that pufflicity claiming it
was her figure in ne princess Mar
garet pa nting) will be a nude at
the Vegas Dunes starting Dec.
24th. .They say. it'll be a mir
arte if they ever finsh "The Mi
racle" flicker. Crro!l-Baker alleg
edly taking on all comers. .Aly
ivnan was n a
treaty not" to seU any beverage in its stablishments tnat exceed
3.2 alcohol by weight, which includes any ;Panama. beerS 'sold in
this buUeta. I would like to see a notarized analysisrweferably from
an-unbiased U.5. laboratory, on tne aiconoiic conienv w u r
beef to be promoted in the Canal .ZonreliU.w'miQiNOT,. t
inrOUgtL INOV. JUSl 10 see WIIO IS yiumitUA mawow ..umwv t-.i"
tw'A Zoriian with a Friendly Attitude" sounds very much to me
l&t'.an employe of toe Balboa Brewery.
Let's av the rct. i
Times Square' News Ribbon: Di Directors
rectors Directors ot; ;onsolioaieu aaunuriea
meet ibis morning. Expected io
uec'iar tne iegu ki U p.c. uivia uivia-end."
end." uivia-end." ..plus an e.ra dividend, of
two-biu oat untie dius 10 p.c. di
vidend. .The Runyon xund thanks
-YanXeeiPitcne.--.tJoo 'i. uriey or its
check. ; .And singer, Toui Bari fort
Album? 'If hyUis McGu ire's Chic- was'jusinervei"? .tidditf : I'nat
uresa mtr inane i.vans. .Vene
zuela diploma Gustavo Kalens
dgn r EuzaDeth aiiu JBriUsa puo-
usher Go-tron wnne are compos composing
ing composing a Dec- wedding march .t t
Taylor, unheard 'from-in several
weeks, .nas the -wags- quipping:
"Now she's quiet." 1
Cast of Character: Recording
star i-uk.e Lame tola'p-:
"Show business is funny., A yeir
Ualnli Yuiing dd a demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations record for me called 'The
i.too'u ... iminoiei,' wj cn became
my biggest seller' ever, Today he's
the male lead of a new musical
called 'Whoop Up' a role I wan
ed more than live hit records!.". .
Blonde-eyeful Mtr'.ha Sue Nixon's
first assignment' s a Conover .mo:
del: Posing : a shroud for a cas casket
ket casket ad. When NaMKing) Co'.e's
iiuuctuiig iur trie ah oow wiji
mea.cai student Jason Anuers. .
aany .Neait' ne oionue te4ress
oeau.y in "Jamaica" is stage-udor-ed
by BrazuV Jaime Costeao. Her
ciiums neat toat tf(;lsy Biair (ex (ex-iu'a.
iu'a. (ex-iu'a. ..iae Keui. oaugeu tier
minu juut meig ng with ber
1 reut.u iiajce. . auet aar llai-
bara brey anu her groom will soon
niaxe i. pjJiic. K .teuics, say, no
thing serous toe mauer with Airs
huge sign for electricks atop the
ijiea'niiwt- luc'aiefl iiau t oeeu
Soto. tiT anyv auver.iaer : ince me
theater was built. Now used m
part -ojr "tviy n air Lauy 'f .aouna .aouna-Alikes;
Alikes; .aouna-Alikes; "Tne Big Country'.' theme,
anu tne owie, jleet Aie Tomgat
n Dreamland." ins
lence uiat goes wito it,
Here are some examples of bow
nontagious hate can be:
Hate m MDnigemery. Ala When
hate-mongers bombed two church-j
es and three homes of iNegro pa-
tors to Montgomery, the poace ot
Montgomery were lormrigni ana.
efticient. commissioner ot Public
Safety Clyde sellers and Pouee
Cniet G. J. Ruppenthal immediate
ly apprehenoeu toe guilty and se
cured written confessions.
Other entorcement ouicers of
Montgomery were equally forth-
rignt and so was a grand jury
wmch udicted the confessed bomb-
throwers. Whereupon toe White
Citizens Councils helped retain
John Blue ill, cousin of Sen. Lis
ter Hill of Alabama.: best criminal
lawyer in the state. -
' PUBLIC OPINION
' "- ; THWARTS LAW V
And when the confessed hate-
mongers came up for trial, pub
Le opinion was such that they
were acquitted. Public opimpn
was stronger tnan tne law.
Hat in Atlanta, Ga.- When
Jewish temple was wrecked by I
heavy charge of dynamite in mid mid-October,
October, mid-October, efficient Police Chief Her Herbert
bert Herbert Jenkins, one of the best in'
the South,- prromptly uncovered
a nest of hate-mongers which ex extended
tended extended its network all the way to
Washington. He arrested them and
' Whereupon a local television sta sta-ition,
ition, sta-ition, owned, incidentally, by the
st orer Broadcasting company in
toe North, presented a series of
telecast interviews with relatives
of the indicted men which appear-
d to arouse public opinion., a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the police. There was t a
strong demand that those charg
ed with the bombing be released
Mayor William Hartsfield.' long'
time mayor tf Atlanta.and. one of
the courageous'' leaders .of the
south, backed up Chief Jenkins,
however;- There was no surrender.
Hat In Clinton, Tenn. The
first outbreak of hate in this 'lit 'little
tle 'little Tennessee .community of only
6000 people' did not come Jrom in
side. It was planted in-September
1956 by John Kasper,- of Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D.C.,.a professional rabble
rouser who had been the friend of
the iNegro and who decided it was
more popular, to become a Negro Negro-baiter.
baiter. Negro-baiter. Hfi sha attended ' Negro
dances in Harlem,- nad inornate
relations with Negro women,
brought one Negro girl to Wash Washington
ington Washington to visit. Ezra Pound, the
traitor who was confined to St.
Elizabeth's mental hospital for de deserting
serting deserting his country ior the Nazi Nazi-Fascist
Fascist Nazi-Fascist axis.. r .
ELUSIVE. MONKEYS i
MILWAUKEE' ,(UPi) Sum Summer
mer Summer may:be over ,as faf s Pito Pito-pie
pie Pito-pie are concerned, but 47 mon monkeys
keys monkeys on ihe Washington.Park Zoo
summer 'island, won't .accept its
dem se. Trainers' fere able to
ranee wstching'E- eaten only half- of- the 97 monkeys
' Manhattan Murals: Tne elderly,
regai-appearmg woman, wuo suo
lot- iHiiuii ove. cup Ot cuuee in
toe 57 fn bieet utomat. Kesem Kesem-uies
uies Kesem-uies anu .aiiiCi use auiel x any anymore.
more. anymore. ; .Tne rare umbrella," valu valued
ed valued at $2,000, show-cased on Uncl Uncl-asiiui
asiiui Uncl-asiiui uiiio.eaa shop on 4otn Otf
ttui." u to nave ueii vwaeu ori originally
ginally originally by George Washington. .
iiie i-reii ,oui b.iop t,"iiie Cel Cellar'')
lar'') Cellar'') 91st and B'way, where
uiey stive xurkuM cjj.ee and nun nun-sttels
sttels nun-sttels with gui.ars sit in a corner
o..t.iaig sou .leiit tout soiigsi. .t ie
bronze plaque on the -pillar of The
MrAjki wyutf .Oa (i-i Hull, a
wat) wh ch,"reao.s: "Eugene O' O'-.etn,
.etn, O'-.etn, it-ieuiO-i Amencau flay flay-wngntj
wngntj flay-wngntj was born in, the Barret
nou.e on nis kite, Oc i 1 in, laoi.
Stage Door: Mario Lanza' writes
HITLER. KASPER'S MODEL ;
i Kasper, who was just as change changeable
able changeable in his allegiances as the
traitor he admired, singled out
the one small Tennessee commu community
nity community to stir up hate. He proceed proceeded
ed proceeded in much the same way Hitler
roused tbe- people of Germany.
Austria ana Czechoslovakia.
Frederick John Kasper is a
young man under 30 with deen.
brooding eyes, and. the natural
iifts of a rabble-rouser.
The people he whipped into a
passion in Clinton wereTiot resi residents
dents residents of Clintony They came from
the hills around Clinton and sat
in groups on the courthouse lawn,
poorly-dressed, thin, uneducated,
listening to Kasper's hate.
' .His appeal was not a racial one,
it ws economic. He whipped up
the' have-nots against the haves,
autlord advised the citv: "I've
never yet lied, to a client. This is
a court order and you will havsT
to obey." ( f
' 1 '"
All this took place two years a-
go. Frederick John Kasper who
aurrea up American against A--
merican, has served 1 jail sen sentence
tence sentence since then and is facing an- -other.
, t .
But, following the examnle ha
set, the spark he touched nff. riin.
ton High School on Oct. i, 1958,;,
was blown almost to pieces.
Someone else had followed Kas,:'"'
per a lead, had liken the iw i.
to his own hands. 1 .-
" It was almost "a Wore serfmi -defeat
for America than tha nn.
sian Sputnik on Oct. 4,1957. for
4U. ; Z .
mi was a contagion-from within
a contagion which spread to AU
lanta, Boston, Peoria, with threat!
and scares in Chicago, New York's
St. Patrick'aCathedral, and Brook-
lyn until -schools and places of
worship all over the nation were k
under guard. i 'r, t-
Thus can hate, once it becomes. -'
contagious, spread, i
Fortunatelv a lnt of nln
pie plus some courageous South-
era jeaaers are working to re reverse
verse reverse public opinion, because pc ;
lice are almost powerless' unless
public opinion back them uo. As
J. Edgar Hoover himself will tell
you, you can t leave law enforce
ment to the FBI.
une means ot mobilising public
opinion has been the rfriu .ni.
lect Bricks for Bratherhnnri tn
combat bombs-for hate and help
rebuild the Clinton schoolhouse and
damaged r places of worship.
Ivcgrb Whose Home
Was Burned Wins y
CHICAGO (UPI Two Negro
women, one oi tnem a JNeg-o
whose; home In a white. neighbor neighbor-hood
hood neighbor-hood turned and" serious In Injured
jured Injured ;.her daughter; today wert
revealed as holders of Irish.' -S
w e e psta kes tickeav wor h
' Mrs. lnonil.Wanks,"40,
m. justt cieia, aiu ina Dougni
the ticket with her rliughler, ffi
na Clarke, 19, a drugstore
Their home was turned in
mys'ery blaze last July and au-
thori ties have assigned a pohc
guard to the ruins. Verna was
hospital zed for eight weeks with
severe burns. (
M-s. Wilbanks Said part of the
sweeostakes winnings will be
used to pay the $1,100 bill at
Jackson Park Hospital, and some
will go- for skin grafts for her
daugh er. 1
The woman, who believes her ,,
home ,wa burned by a race ter.
rorist, said she also -will repaii
the borne and move back in'o tht
neighborhood because, "I'm no
afraid." ., ' 'V
ther Williams exper ly handle
native i nee t the Chardas.
tht inhabit .the. island, for trans
fer to winter quarters...
WHY DOES SPANISH PRESS IGNORE SATEVPOST?
Americail residents of to Isthmus
DaaHan kf The Panama American were etad to Bee that" VOUr
paper had the lair-mindedness to reprint as t msittpr of ne"ws interest
the editorial on US-Panama relations whlth ifppesrs in Jb current
issue, oi ine &aiuraay cvemuB rost. .-
It ha been nniifeable to American ITsk
tVaf nflaa. maauiw Vimm niflreil I1B 4T edHflHal. vV
T The Spanish language papers seem to translate, and reprint very
easily any inflammatory material from abroad onthis subject. Why
havt they seen fit to pass up this mild, thoughtful but tieverthelesa
important editorial published in, America's oldest and one of its most
Important weeklies? v'-'- v ' ':. -A. , x?;v-,
' As a corrollary of freedom of the press, I think daily newspapers
tiive an obligation to give their readers, what is significant, even
U it n't plea ing. .'
I Many of tfe Panamanian eople ma1 not agree with m senti sentiments
ments sentiments expressed in this editorial. But l- believe they jwould like to
hive the opportunity of reading it. The magazine is stiu on the news newsstands.
stands. newsstands. y'sr. t V'VA''
If thev do,' they overtook one of
the basic drives of this new pro program,
gram, program, when he frrt vrci'e m m-liticsl
liticsl m-liticsl training "cycle" was finish finished
ed finished recently,- be Manufacturers
Assn. turned 225 politically skilled
businessmen's names ver to the
Democratic and Republican chair chairmen
men chairmen in the area. The ooint is not
only lo activate businessmen, not
only to heln the Republican Par
ty, with which they are in great
er sympathy, but to compete with
the labor men who are active in
the Democratic Party.
This is What the labor leaders
did inside the Democratic organi organisation
sation organisation away back in Franklin Roo Roosevelt's
sevelt's Roosevelt's years. This is the man manner
ner manner in which they gathered such
influence, Now the businessmen,
by the scores of thousands, are
being organized for the same oper
ation in both parties. ?
That's why the boys from Syra Syracuse
cuse Syracuse will be remembered two
years from today when suddenly
the nation discovers the practical
Solitics Subcommittee as it sud
enly discovered the old Political
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Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts ; ;
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W mak loans with guarantees on firs mortgages
25c. 50c:r;$1.00 and $5.00
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Fnn lh Rent
In.' newt and entertalnmehl
S40 PANAMA ,1090 COLON
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Individual s&fttj e;t(tp9it boxi,,for, jewelry antj yf
"i V ': doctiments, In 4 different lite.:; K ; t
"jui- oejut a we burpvtkeU wueu (the hill-folk against the business-
li. '.. ... -.. J. ... ', .,,
:'. i0' Central Ave. at
corner, of riV,treet
1 CVX. De R0UX;f
i KATrRDAVS: from l;0ft .m. to 11:00 noon
CARLOS M0UYNES VH
From I : OS si tn.' to 12:30 ; p.nt.
iaiai toiuisti aom RuSd.a surround-
ea me tor my au.og.apul". .Cue .Cue-vaner
vaner .Cue-vaner will get i fiu,uu0 ior due
mgnt aUhe JUuml aeacn Deauvtle
th.s Winter. .The Josh Logani
(ae s tne Jdllg hu pruuueer; own
he posy snop at 29 E. .73rd. .' .The
bacKntage trtiuuie a. "t air Lauy"
is over. The itars are taking to
eacti oJie: ajjwn. ,i)oa tufite
George Abbott and Tab Humer to
tne katine anyplace. ', .Diane 'turn 'turner
er 'turner of I'Goldilocks," (a dancer) got
lie mealies opening n gua. v .Jv'
McGiver, the tipsy lawyer in
l!j aie Vaaaty, r alatb l.tli
largest family of any- actor on B' B'way;
way; B'way; beven childreu, nine ueuue ueuue-tious.
tious. ueuue-tious. a .We hear the shapeliest
Ctia sis !n Mwnoop Up,"-.ne new
musigal, beongs to pretty Rae
'the Drc'hid iree: The way E
laine, Stritch does "Guess Who's
.ug Aa'my witairt'' ii,"Gou. ii,"Gou.-locks".
locks". ii,"Gou.-locks". .'.SheilahGraham's book,
"Be'wed intdei.'4 oue shor ly via
H. Holt Co. .Mary Small's tor-
caaii.s t' Le Cupidon. ; The Cun Cun-ningii
ningii Cun-ningii am Twins' Victor1 platter of
"Gee WhlsVVnEvery; moment of
the best comedy in townf "The
Pleasure of His Company," at The
Saundiiiihe' NlghtAtte .-Oi-pidoni
"He's not talented enough
to b washed up". .- .At Al Coop Coop-er'si
er'si Coop-er'si i'An initraa. doesn't .always
have a shon memory. Just a Short
consclencei 4At ftn Hawaiian
Ttnnm; "He's" h. moat eomo'ete
j nothing "since the invention of the
I zero", v .ai m. new oyzinuou;
' I'm eemadian: What kind of
work sr. you out ef?". .At Th.
Milestone: "She like them Ta'.l
Dark and Someone Else's' A. .At
.Armando's: "Let's t over to El
Morocco and muss up toupees.
men and otnciais or uinton.
. "They1 think they're better than
we are," was his appeal, as he
The other Chicago winner wa
Mrs. Ida Ungero, 59, who sail
wasn't excited' yet. but exptecte -she
would be "when I get thi
money in my hands."', '
Antwtr to Prtvtoui Pu7i!!
' ACROSS .
I Young, hers,
g What barking
n doga seldom :
I War god--' -UWing-ihaptd
13 Presently, -1
14 Dip lightly
IS Sea monster
3 Molten rock
0 Be native to;
t Boredom i
10 Rave I.
11 Recess in
1 Young eew
3 Bread spread
21 Petal cart :
l i ADiiraci ocins ehureh V 30 Stagger
lSrilhe.- v H Stiff 4 11 Whirlpool
It Teach'- whispers S3 Spider nest'
21 ralnfler Jo Wedge-shaped J5 Badg erlik.
S3 Siek i appendage animals
24 Finish J2 Ventilated 6 Fairy king
27 Expires,', 24 Dash 43 South
29 Ireland v 25 Small lump -American
32 Accommodator 26 Sofa 1 Indians
34 Wiped 6ut j fl
'M Touched1 1
' S3 Require ''-
39 Be overfond
4 What i rf
i 44 Caused a
,, 1 horse to pant
; 40 Medicine
. container r
- 41 Lariat
, 34 Hangers-en
. ; s Knight's HU
, BT Saered image
ss pedal etgits
IS Smalt child
. II Capital of
47 Ixchang. 1
43 Burden '
. '. SO Greek porch
1 SI Observed t
j H Creek 'v Xr
53 Altitude (ib.ll
rr"" r ft
I I d E U a 1 FIT
Ffr T TiiT 1 pi )L
ii r"r :
SATCBD AT, NOVEMBER 1, 1958
THt fANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY N1WSPAPEB
UN OpsjstSes Nov Hope
To Leave Lebanon Shortly
Vho Jook Blame
r -r ) j ;
r a. i J r it
"NEW GUIDONS Maj. John B.
being held by guidon1 bearers of
OUTSTANDING AWARD During a change -of colors ceremony for the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery at Fort Clayton D Battery was presented with an Award for having acnieved
the highest degree of excellence in tihe semi-annual range firing at Battery McKenzie a
tew weeks ago. The battery cOmmandet, 1st Lt. Maurice E. Kinnett, accepted the award
front Maj. pen1. Charles' L: Basher, commanding general, USARCARIB, while the battalion
commander, Lt; Coll ,Weri'deU P, Knowlea, look-id' On'. f
Political Hopefuls' Reports r
Fail To Show True Expenses
reports made it appear yesterday
that this year's eandiua es .iutf
e ec ion to the iena'e nao
escaped the high cost of politick politicking
ing politicking and, In some cases, any cos.
; But the reports; as usual, told
less than the entire, story.
For example,, suci cithy can can-didates
didates can-didates as Sens. Johof Fv Kennedy
(D-Mass.) and Barry Goldwater
(R-Ariz.) declared that ;-hey '.per-
sonally, fteither rece vea nor speq
any funds in their re-election
But their reports, like others j
tiled according to law with the.
secretary of he Senate, need not r
rofwi monrv used in -. their be
" half by stdte committees or other
campaign organizations, y
Historically r the, Senate reports
neve' have provided a complete
pic ure bf the sums involved in
' electing one-third of the Senate.
Kennedy's report was dated
Oct. 25, Goldwaier'd Oct. 27. All
Senate candidates must file con contribution'
tribution' contribution' and expenditure reports
10 to 15 Vys belore election and
wi'hin 'J3 ; iys af e-'wnn'. iloii e
candidates report to the cleark to
BAGDAD, Iraq (UPI) The
military prosecution yesterday de demanded
manded demanded i the. death penalty for
Iraqi : ex-Premier Tewfik el Su Su-weidivand
weidivand Su-weidivand charged that he once
asked for the head of, Un'tdd
Arab Republic President Gamal
Prosecutor Lt. Col. Maiid Mo
bammed Amin told the supreme
military: court that the; 65-year-old
Kuweidi r was the "Nurl es-Said
Numbe.Two,,' of the overthrown!
royal regime. Prem v saia was
killed and dragged through he
Baghdad, streets in- the- July H
coup. .' -t
The prosecution charged'1 at
Suweidi supported Iraq's adher adherence
ence adherence to the Baghdad Pact, and
plotted to unite Syria and Iraq by
force. Suweidi, so ill he was per permitted
mitted permitted o sit in he"-prisoner's
dock, pleaded not guilty.
i The prosecutor t Tited a docu document
ment document allegedly written by Suwei Suweidi
di Suweidi in; which the ex-premler aaid
before the .1S56. Suet jnvasion
"Let Britain and Trance smash
Gamal Abdet Nasser's head. .t
will serve ihe man rightly i jiv;
White, adjutant of the 4th Gun Battalion; Sitth. Artillery, "stands in front 6t ;new guidons
all batteries in the battalion,, during change of colpr remonies at Reeder Gymnasium, Fort
, , V'fef"' (U.S. Army Photo.
Some hard-campaigning Senate
aspirants reported 1 ght o mod moderately
erately moderately Heavy spending" in their
initial filings, wbich are required
under the Corrupt Practices Act
Sen. S'uart. Symington (D-Mol)
who is running for re election,
filed a voluminous report show
ing' individual contributions total
ing $31,656.27. He reported spend spending
ing spending $12,256.34.
No contributions were reported
Dy sen. a: JSverett Jordan (U-iN.
C.) who listed $200 for personal
expenses; Republican Hobart F.
A kins v of ; Tennessee made a
report 1 of no money rece : ved or
Part bf the reason forfthe small
o- zero figures from some can
didates in an age of high-priced
television campaigninc is ihat he
federal law does not require re
ports from .individual state com committees.
mittees. committees. .'"
In addition, the law, exempts
primary campaigns in which
Senate candidate. n he Soutn
and some other one-party states
are as good" as elected.
Legislation to tighten the
reporting law was sent to the
Senate floor from committee last
year but never came to a vote in
either house, i.
National: committees, since they
opera e in more than one state,
Hive to make financial reports o
LONDON (UPI) A London
coroner has overruled a doctor's
decision that a man died xom
.lung cancer because he smokes
ioo mucn. xne overruling set t
precedence in British medical his history.
tory. history. "-V. a; 4-
The deatn certificate was is
sued by Vienna born Dr. Paul
Lister and iiself set a precedence
by stating the- cause of death was
"lung cancer due to excessive
smoking."1 : '-''
The certificate was Issued in the
death ; of Percy Lawrence, a
plumber, who smoked 40 cigar cigar-e'.tes
e'.tes cigar-e'.tes a. day '"
, Dir. Listers statement as to
cause of x death created such a
controversy ,1n cancer ? research,
tobacco and medical circles that
an inquest Was ordered. ,.,
Coroner Ian Milne reiurned- a
verdict of death from natural
"1 would1", take' Issue with anp
doctor who uses such a term as
;!excessive'i Iri his death report,"
"That is tantamount, to ver ver-diet,
diet, ver-diet, Tbat mutt be the province
of the coroner and I have yet to
be convinced by Dr. L'ster that if
I smoke more than IS cigaret.es
a day I mutt die."
by Ersfcine Johnson
NtA Staff Corrtspondtnt
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Behind
the Screen. "Sexty" isn't the
word for Joan Collins.
At least by Joan Collins it isn't
"It makes me furious," sexy
Joan was telling me, "when some someone
one someone refers to me as being sexy.
I .hink ii's a ridiculously over overworked
worked overworked word in Hollywood. I don't
.believe it's even flattering any anymore."
more." anymore." ,'
So if Joan isn't sexy, especially
as a predatory, no-holds barred
lemme iatale chasing Paul New Newman
man Newman in "Rally 'Round the Flag,
Boys,'-' what is she?
"I like the word 'irrespressl 'irrespressl-ble,'
ble,' 'irrespressl-ble,' she said.,
JOAN ISN'T sexy flitting around
in skin-tight, black ', silk leotards
and a pink lace corse, and having
three bathtub scenes in the film?
"Irrepressible,? Joan repeated.
Well. Joan can have her word
for it. Director Leq'McCarey can
have his words for the lady sne
has a natural fair for comedy."
And I'll keep my word for Joan
Collins sexy. ,, .- ...
THERE'S ALSO a word for the
evebrow liftina events, in the
uiakn of 'hp Debbie Revnolds-Ed
die Fisher-Liz Taylor headlines and
I think you'll agree wivb me that
the word is "disgusting." Local
movie trade papers says Debbie
and Liz have upped tneir salary
demands because of all the head headlines
lines headlines and Universal-International
is reissuing ine two-year-oia ieD
bie-Eddi costarring movie, "Bun
die of Jov."
We i, ii's nice to know Eddie
didn't sing a song he planned to
sien on his opening TV snow,
NBC, apparently not as headline
conscious ax Hollywood, nixed the
number "Every Day Is Lady's
Day for Me."
NOW THAT all the gags about
the big TV quiz show expose are
in, I'll vote an Emmy for Jack
"Now that they've blown the
whistle on the game gimmicks, if
! ever conies out .that the, west
erns are also rigged' in favor of
me nero, eniena!Rmmv naa
chance of coming, batk.
IsiGHi; OP THE YEARj.' Mari Marilyn
lyn Marilyn Monroe's offs age impersona impersonation
tion impersonation of j Jack Lemmon's onstage
wiggle as he impersonates a gal
named; Daphne inthe movie
"Some Like It Hot.", -it not. only
broke up Jack,- it, broke up the
whole, company, frH,i'ii;5;.;:"i ;:.;,
THIS IS : HOLLYWOOD,: MRS.
JUNES:' The snotlighi we put
on Briglt'e Bardot playing, a. bit
role In 1955's ''Helen of Troy"
must have given Warner Bros the
idea. 'The film is being reissued,
with prominent billing for BB, who
wai way down in 12th place in the
55 billing. j ,
INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) Call
Republican state Chairman
Robert Matthews said today that
to- prvent' fraud, sfederal; supervi supervi-Sioo
Sioo supervi-Sioo of the polls Is needed Nov. 4
at' Indianapolis j 'East Chicago,
Evansville, Gary, Ham m dn d,
South Bend end Terre Haute; all
of which nave Democratic may'
And Democratic State Chair
man Charles Skillen said the
cities that need iederal protection
against vote fraud are Lafayette,
Fort Wayne and, Elkhart, all of
which have Republican mayors.
MARSHAL'S GUN STOLEN
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor
Gene Barry, fast-on the-draw star
of the "Bat Masterson" TV show,
had the embarrassing job of te te-porting
porting te-porting to police that somebodp
stole his six-shooter during re rehearsals.
hearsals. rehearsals. ball and chain
Jersey city, n.j. (upi-
Bachelor Donald, Bloomer, 36, got
his ball and chain yesterday,
three days before his actual wed wedding.
His buddies threw him a bach bachelor
elor bachelor party and attached to his leg
a 16-pound bowling ball and a
chain doupled with a navy
shackle. Then they lost the key.
Police, had to. smash the
shackle to restore to Bloomer his
last three days of liberty.
THE WITNET: When Elvis Pres
ley amves in uermany, Alan Wil Wilson
son Wilson wonders if he' will chanee tl
title o "HQund Dog" to "DU Bisi
iNumn dui tan Bcnweinhund."
rKUBLEMS, PROBLEMS -Hoi
iwouuj neaaacnes are even big-
6 man r.aaie risner s. xsow it s
tne charge that drive-in theaters
are "pushing pizza and not pic pictures."
tures." pictures." The wail' is about "free
admissions" to some driveing via
that charge of $1 per car regard regardless
less regardless of the number of passengers
The saga of the movie, "A Time
to Love and ; Time to Die" is
at the time to laugh stage.
.The studio switched ihe title o
"A T.me for Love' you may ra ra-call,
call, ra-call, after the firs: few showings.
Now some theaters are billing the
film as: "A (Time to Die." With
money refunded' I hope, to con confused
fused confused moviegoers caught in the
aisle before realizing they saw
"A Time to Love" before l, h.ph
Wicked Holywood note: The Mas Mas-sa.
sa. Mas-sa. Gallery, citadel qf the- daring
Ho lywood art colony, features an
impressionistic painting of "Mo-
uier and uiUd at the Beach" but
there's not a nude in the
gallery. .With "The Naked Eye,"
"Thfi NatoH Worth" ..j itiu. xil
- uu i uc lea leaked
ked leaked and the Dead? nlavod in mn.
vie theaters, Harry Cimring is ask-
ino- "To tv.i k. 1 ;T r
o vu.s me ucglUDIDK 01 8
new movie cycle or merely hot
PR AMOUNT STRIKES out nole
jne movie, "t ear' Strikes Oui,"
cost $950,000 and lost $500,000 in
distribution. Paramount President
Barney Balaban scoring the Pa
ra muum piay:
"We mad an rror."
Two USW Officials
Cleared Of Charges
PITTSBURGH"' (UPI The
United SteelwOrkers announced
yesterday, that two officials of
U3W Local 1408, McKeesport,
have been cleared of charges of
ymmviiu .uuei unionism. . : '
The union said Anthony Tomko,
Local 1408 president, and JEdward
Galka, vice president, were exon exonerated
erated exonerated Wednesday night by a spe special
cial special trial -board. The action was
ratified by the membership.
The charges had-' been made
against the two men bv William
T. Morgan, former President .if
the 7,000-member local which' ten-
Tesen:s production workers at the
U.S. Steel Corp. 'a National Works
rv!..! I r
division, aiorgan a mem Der u
the mcKeesport School board.
was dpfea ed by- Tomko for the
presidency. : ; S' :
. Tomko and 7 galka had been
elected earlier his year on a
Klate which had support of the
Dues Protest Committee, headed
by Donald C. Rarick of McKees McKeesport.
port. McKeesport. Both said they had never
held formal: membership la tht
dues protest groua,
sources yesterday identified a Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian sT,.;liie, airlin pilot who
revealed Under hypnosis that ne
was to' blame for a major plane
crash because he did not under understand
stand understand his instruments.
Sources here and in Montreal
said he apparently was Capt.
Norman Ramsey. After the crash
he rejcted a doctor's warning
that he should give up flying, a
few, months later, he was in involved
volved involved in a second crash in which
all 80. aboard were killed.
The story of, the pilot s subcon subconscious
scious subconscious was disclosed Wednesday
in Chicago by Dr. Bernard B.
nagmsKy or Montreal in tape
recordings before the Society for
Clinical and Experimental hypno hypnosis..
sis.. hypnosis.. Raginsky did not name the pi pilot
lot pilot or the airlines invo.ved. But
he gave enough details of the
two accidents to enable aviation
officials tov pinpoint them.
Raginsky said, the pilot, deep in
a hypnotic trance, revealed he
was to blaue for a plane crash
because he did not understand
the1 working of a new altimeter.
The plane crashed while ap
proaching an airport when it came
uv too low.'
This description by Raginsky
fitted the crash of a Trans Trans-Canada
Canada Trans-Canada Airlines Constellation
Dec. 17, 1954, piloted by Ramsey.
The plane crashed while attempt attempting
ing attempting an instrument landing ap
broach at Brampton, Ontario.
Canadian aU hori!es blamed the
accident on failure of the captain
to- follow instrument landing pro
cedures. There also was testi
mony that he may have been suf
fering from fatigue caused Dy a
Alarms Los Angeles
After Nevada Teste
T.OS ANOELES. Nov. 1 (UPI)
A record concentration of radio radioactive
active radioactive fallout was detected here
yesterday, alarming thousands of
residents and causing Mayor xor xor-ris
ris xor-ris Pnnisnn tn make a' hurried tel
ephone call to the White House.
me Mayor laipr assyren 'ne a a-rea's
rea's a-rea's more than five million res res-irinnto
irinnto res-irinnto that, thpv were in no dan-
ppr from tha fallout.' aobarently
the result of the hurried efforts
hv American scientists to beat
last night s midmgnt deaoune on
-bomb tests in soutnern rseva
As Spvpn nuclear blasts were un"
leashed in the final five days of
Thp Mavor said he called the
White House seeking assurance
ff rmhlin cnfPTv DflAr ttlOtl rPSO-
inff nt 190ft ltiirfn-tnicrocuripis 1 of
radiation per cudic meter' oi air
in the city.
Medical authorities said a per person
son person cnnlrt hreath an atmOSDhere
containing up to 1,000 micro-micro-
curies oi radiation per cudic me
ter fnr thp rp.t Of (lis lite in Der
feet safety. They said. that yester
daV'n rnmnararivelv high concen
tration was expeciea io suusiue
. .. i i :
rapidly now tnat tne atomic tests
have been completed. s
Sterling Hay den
Against His Wife
LOS ANGELES (UPI Ac or
Sterling Hayden has charged his
ex-wife was "intimate" wun six
men during their six-month sep separation
aration separation nrior to their 1955 divorce.
The 44-vear-oId actor also said
in a Superior Cour: aitidav t
yesieruay mai ne uau iuiuw iuiuw-eraohic
eraohic iuiuw-eraohic evidence of the alleged
indiscretions of Mrs. Betty Ann
de Noon, 36.
Hayden s charges came as tne
latest 1 e g a 1;' maneuver between
the divorced douple in an involved
battle for custody for I her four
children, Christian, 10; Dana, a;
Gretchen, 8, and Matthew, 6.
( f' "'4'
BAA-BER--Preparing for th:
New Jersey State Fair in Tren-
tton, pretty Anita Saitta, 16, of
Paramus. gives this Dorset
aheep the latest coiffure. Tha
(fair is 213 years old this prear.
heavy flieht schedule the previ
ous week. No one was killed in
this crash, 1
Ramsey later was hired by Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian Maritime Central Air
ways, a non-scheduled carrier. He
died in the 1957 crash of his plane
which was en rou.e .to Toronto
after a flight from London. Sev Seventy
enty Seventy nine persons died in the
Raginsky p'.aced the death toll
in the second crash a 80. But
records showed the only crash re
sembling tha described by Rag Raginsky
insky Raginsky was the second in which
Ramsey was involved.
The Civil Aeronautics Board
here invited Raginsky to present
his data to the board. A spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the CAB was interested
in any valid evidence pertaining
to any air safety problem, in this
country or elsewhere.
Mexican Win Caboi
NEW YORK, Nov. 1 (UPI)-La
tin American journalists today
were named recipients of the Ma
ria Moors cabot prizes for "ad
vancement of international friend
Gold medals Signifying tne a a-wards
wards a-wards will be presented Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at Columbia University to E E-milio
milio E-milio Azcarraga Vidauretta, Mexi Mexican
can Mexican radio and television owner and
the first representative of either
field to receive a Cabot prize; E E-duardo
duardo E-duardo Cardenas, editor of the
Spanish edition of Reader's Digest;
the Rev. Jesus Hernandez Chanel Chanel-lin,
lin, Chanel-lin, editor-in-chief of Lar Religion
of Caracas, Venezuela, Roman
Catholic daily newspaper and a
leader in the overthrow of Presi President
dent President Marcos Perez Jimenez; and
Miguel Angel Quevedo, editor o"
Bohemia of Havana, a news and
opinion magazine noted for its op opposition
position opposition to totalitarianism,,
Dr. Grayson Kirk, president of
Columbia, will present the prizes
at a convocation on the university
The Maria Moors Cabot prizes,
first awarded in 1939, were estab established
lished established by Dr. Godfrey Lowell
bot of Boston as a memorial to his
wife. They are awarded by the Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia trustees on the recommen recommendation
dation recommendation of Edward W. Barrett, dean
of the university's Graduate School
Engineer Gels Law
To Agree Day ;
Comes Before H'nhl
NEW YORK (UPI) Engineer
S. Norman Wand, 28, got the law
to agree yesterday that day
comes before night and in so do doing
ing doing saved himself a $5 parking
Magistrate Edward J. Chapman
said in vehicle accident court ihat
he wasn't quite sure why, but ie
would have to dismiss a summons
against Wand, Who was called in into
to into court for parking near a sign
that read "no parking after 10
Wand admitted that one morn morning
ing morning last May be did indeed park
his car near the sign in Fort
Tryon Park, but it was at 12:35
a. m. he said since the sign
didn't say otherwise, it was logi logical
cal logical to assume it meant from-10
p. m. untj the end of the day
Each time he went to court
Wand pleaded innocent to the
charge. At yesterday's session,
Chapman ruled Wand was tech tech-nical
nical tech-nical y righ but he told him not
do do it again.
Outside court Wand said he re realized
alized realized the purpose of he sign
as to discourage overnight park parking
ing parking in the park but he said :t
should have been more specific
"no parking from 10 p. m. to 7
a, m., jfof instance."
Should Halt Wage
Hikes, Soys Oilman
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (UPI)
Labor must curb Us wage de demands
mands demands and management should?
avoid the concession of perpetual
Wage increases rooted in so-ca!led-
producuvity formulas, "the preset
dent of Standard Oil Company of
Indiana, said yesterday.
John E, Swearingen told the In Indiana
diana Indiana Manufacturers Assn. that,
present inflation is pushing the
country lo, a devaluation of the
dollar that will amount to a dec dec-lara
lara dec-lara ion of national bankruptcy.
."Not all our prob'ems come
stamped -Made in Washington,'
swearingen said, "some a r e.
created by management them-
sees, as in the too-easy accent accent-ance
ance accent-ance of, this debae-saving device
of the productivity formula."
-lie caued tne formula "as po
tentially, destructive a national
scheme ever devised by a bureau
swearingen proposed "passins
on productivity gains, when I
they're registered, 'hrough price
reoucnons to oeneiu the entire
public.', insteadi-of.-passing them
''meekly to- labor.'
ATLANTA (UPI -Two patrol patrol-men
men patrol-men emptying a sack, of bottled
moonshine whisky reached in four
times and broueht out four half-
On the fifth draw, Pit. G. P,
Hicks and R. B. Barfield said,
out earn a 14-inch snake. They
laid they said they stomped the
snake and finished it off by dous dousing
ing dousing it with soma of the whisky.
BEIRUT, Lebanon, (UPI) Unit United
ed United Nations observe 'chief Gal o
Plaza said yesterday that" he con considered
sidered considered his group's, mission in
Lebanon to have been completed.
He hoped o arrange for its with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal as- soon as possible.
Plaza's declaration followed a
statement by Lebanese .Premier
Rashid Karami Wednesday that
there no longer was any need for
the U.N. observers, in this country
and -the government, expeted to
ask them to leave soon.
There are approximately 400
U.N. observers equipped with hel helicopters,
icopters, helicopters, light 'aircraft, trucks and
jeeps in Lebanon', now. Most are
posted at observation field sta
tions near key roads and moun mountain
tain mountain passes along the border.
The group was ordered to Leb Lebanon
anon Lebanon by the U.N. .Security Council
June 11 following charges' by the
previous Lebanese -regime of
President Camflle Chamoun tha:
the United Arab Republic was
engaging in '."massive-' interfer interference'!
ence'! interference'! in its internal, affairs.
In a statement -yesterday, Plaza
said he thought' the U.N.? team's
m-ss on here "shou d now be con'
sidered complete.", ;
"I consider our presence hre
has aifor ed. aivexample;of what
a small, unrmed force can
achieve in a troubled situ,a;
Plaza declared that, the U.N.
observer force s "established
fripndly relations with the Leban-
NATIONALIST F84 LOST
-TAIPEI, Formosa iUPI)-Na-
tionalist China lost an American-
built F84 Thunderjet in a training
accident near the Pescadores In
lands Tuesday, a military spokes
man said Wednesday The Chi Chinese
nese Chinese pilot parachuted ino the sea
and was rescued by a Nationalist
helicopter. Reason for the crash
was not disclosed.
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Ma. Gen. G odd Bull, head-uf
Ihe U.N. team, sent to supervise
the airlift withdrawal nf Rritish
forces from Jordan, flew from
muiuau iv scuui yesieruay tut n
U.N. officials said Bull had
come to. thank the, Lebanese gov government
ernment government for its! rnnnirxfnn that
facili ated the British wi'Kdrawai
DV airillt over Svria and Thannn.
ThA airlift was nnmrkla A WfaltWjiA
JAMES WOLFE of the special -education-
department of the
Canal Zone school system, re-
cently addressed over 200 At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side Parent-Teachers
on the value of remedial read reading.
ing. reading. (UJS. Army Photo)
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,iu.i.,k. mfpting ana cofie Tues-
"Any morning at :3u at me foit
u-ytoi; unicers' uiun.
' All memberi and their juests,
as well a n iii.ce wives
for Clayton who are interested
in Join ng the club, are mvued -u
ReserViition may be made by
noon Mraday with Mrs. John J.
College Club Study Group
The Miioy group a ine uaai
Zone College Club will meet
Wednesdsy morning a 9:30 at he
home of Mm. L. B. Sartain, 533
Mr. Patricia Ma-kin, well well-known
known well-known au'hot on the Isthmus, w 11
speak to the group about chi'dren's
books and programs for children s
Pianist Pfc Juffer To Make
CZ Debut At JWB November 17
The Canal Zone debut of pianist
Pfc.. Leo Juffer, assigned to (be
office of the Adjutant General,
Headquarters, U.b. Afmy Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, will take place at the USO USO-JWB
JWB USO-JWB Armed Forces Serivice tel teller
ler teller on Nov. 17, at 8:15 p.m. This
will he the first in the 1958-1959
ent o concerts sponsored bp
the USO JWB.
Patrons for the concert are Ma.
Gen, and Mrs. Charles L. Dash Dasher.
er. Dasher. Far from being a neophyte in
the c cert field, Juffer presents
an impressive musical background.
Beginning piano lessons at the age
of six in his home town of Ireton,
mios Mil I FR IS WED TO CARL MEISSNER
TO AMADOR CHAPEl VuPTlALS THIS AFTEOON
IN in a four o'clock nuptial ceremony tl, afternoon at
- the Krt Amador Chapel, Miss Dorothy A. Miller became the
bridI0weSdneceUonnrfollowed the ceremony in the Fort
Amador Officers' tlUD.
Staff Mombors Prty
At American Legion Club
v A 2ay party ai .he American
Legion Club at Fort Amador wi 1
thic evpn ns bv per
sonnel assigned to 'he staff of the
.Fifteenth Naval Dls rlct.
Cocktails and a U'ffet supper
! will be followed by dancing.
Meadts Announc Birth
lOf Daushter, Lulsa
Mr; and .Mrs. Edmond Meade
i announce the birth of the r daught daught-torn
torn daught-torn Thursday af emoon .it
Gorgas Hospiial. They have nam nam-Itd
Itd nam-Itd her Luisa.
Colltgt Club Announces
: Plans For Fall Luncheon
The Canal Zone Co' ege Club his
' snnounccd the date, November 15,
tfor i's annual fall luncheon in ihe
1 Fern Room of the Tivoli Guest
All former college women on
the Isthmus a-e'invitert to attend.
Reservations should be made
with Mrs. E. W. Hatcher, Balboa
1779, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Mrs.
Gera d Doyle Balboa 2444 or Air-,.
J. C. L. Adams, Panama 2-4916.
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DoMolay To Conftr
Legion Of Honor Dogreo
Friends and members of the
Orde- of DeMolay for Boy in ihe
Canal Zone have been invi'ed to
allend the conferring of the Legion
of Honor degree this evening at
7:30 at he Scottish Rite Temple
The decora' ions will be award awarded
ed awarded Frederick C. Wllloughby and
Robert 9. Arnold of Ga'un and
Ralph E. Harvey of Balboa.
The decoration is the highest
honor granted by the Internation
al Supreme Coim-I of DeMolay
and h conferred on adults who
have been DeMolsys m youths or
connected with 'he order in an ad advisory
visory advisory capac'ty.
Mist Pinilla It Fe'od
At Birthday Party
Miss Edilnia Escudero was hos hostess
tess hostess at a birthday party in the
Club Atlas honoring M'ss Ca:meii
The party was at ended by a
grOup of Miss Pinilla'i friends.
For the Best
in news entertainment
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Launches Requlus II
' POINT MUGU. Calif., Oc. 3t
(UPI) The Navy uccessfully
bunched a Regultis II girded mii-j
sile yesterday over a 900 mile
course spanning unirjiab,;ed areas
across Calfornia into Nevada.
The missl'e caoable or carrying I
an atomic warhead was launched
from this coastal base about fio
ml'es north of Los Angeles and
landed at Antelope Dry Lake near
Navy jet pursuit planes accom accompanied
panied accompanied the weapon during its con controlled
trolled controlled flight whieh included a
short swing over the ocean before
hearing inland. Officials said the
planes kept the niissile in visual
contact as a preCu'ona'-v m1" m1"-sure
sure m1"-sure in case it deviated from
The planes were armed with 'ive
ammunition and could have blast blasted
ed blasted 'he Regulus from the sky.
The firing marked he third such
test the Navy has held here since
last June 5.
Iowa, he has studied tinder Alex
ander Borovsky in Boston; Knutj
Anderssen, now with the New Or-1
leans Opera Company, and Ward'
Swingle, now in Paris and a form
er pupil of the late "Walter Gies Gies-king.
king. Gies-king. i W;.:. : ;: :
As a former pianist with the,
Sioux City (Iowa), symphony ojM
chestra, juffer has appeared .o:
concerts with three other orches orchestras.
tras. orchestras. In 1955 he won the yearly
Iowa concerto auditions and ap appeared
peared appeared with the Cedar Rapids
symphony. The following summer
he appeared as soloist with the
honors orchestra at the Michigan
National Music Camp at Inter
lochen, after winning an audition
for young artists. He was one of
nine conceit audition winners cho-l
'-. V- v if- '3 en
testants, who were chosen for the
competitive auditjons by their in instructors.
structors. instructors. While studying at the Morning Morning-side
side Morning-side Conservatory of Music in
Sioux City,- he appeared with the
conservatory ohamber orchestra in
a Mozart festival commemorating
the bicentennial of the composer's
The son of Mr, and Mrs. G T.. I
Juffer of Ireton, the young pian'st
was graduated from Ireton High
School; Moningside College Con
servatory of Music, where he was
awarded a Bachelor of Music De Degree;
gree; Degree; and Boston University where
he received a performance mas master's
ter's master's degree in August 1957.
Admission charge for the cori-j
cert, which will include composi compositions
tions compositions of Bach, Mozart. Schumann,1
Chopin, Dehussy, and Kabalevsky,
is $1. Servicemen will he admit admitted
ted admitted free of charge. Juffer has vol volunteered
unteered volunteered to turn over all the pro
ceeds to the Canal Zone United
Fund. Tickets may be had at the
Fori GWckTWomen Visit
JunglelWarf are 'Schoolyard
It was- "Ladies' Day" at the
Jungle Warfare Training Center;
About 20 wives and other tela
lives were St Fort Sherman to ge
hki iMi now oeing taKen by a group o
Me.d tor CUii msui Laaxers
homemade bass fiddles, bells,
cigar box violins. paper put anu
bottle cap tamborines, cracker can
arums, ana paper reea o o r n s,
were some oi the Instruments play
ed cub scouters oi Canal .o.ie
Council No. 801, B, S. A. at their
nnai basic training meeting held
last Wednesday night at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal Co. training Center,
Army and Air Force volunteers.
Some -of the lad es wers wlvsf
of the volunteers whi'e others
wer jus: along for the trip, ar arranged
ranged arranged by the fort Gulick Offic
rs Wives' Club in" conjuctiun
wi h J WTC; com m anded by Mai.
Michael C. Chester.-.
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogden, do
puty commanding general, U S.
Army Caribbean, and Mrs. Ogden
wers tl rt for the visi, at were
A. Jonel. eommandin
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wnue not quae reieiuuuuji me uuicer, ii aaiue uroup, ana Mrs
London Philharmonic Orchestra. Jones, ;;4.:;-:''.:A.-'i5-'.
...c s.Jp j .iiiu vitf- Gen. 'Ogdert gave a short talk to
mided a lot oi fun ouring the njeet-j the ladies before the star ed on
lng, the theme for which was (he trip to hree training areas !n
"Cub Scout Music Festival."
This theme was illustrative and
served to show the place and use
which the volunteers werfc occup
ied, cspi. w. a. Dickson, execut
Ive officer, JWTC, oriented the vis
r uic vim. sisju uc v hhvi viiuncu vis
of activities: crafts, songs, games, itors on whs they would be seeing
and ceremonies in the Cub Scout-louring me aay.
ing program of the Boy Scouts of
America. -.. '..-v"'
Following the orientation, .ihe la la-lies
lies la-lies wf re .transported up the Cha Cha-res
res Cha-res River in a idingcrsft
i'bey Saw the voluntet cross the
Jhagrct River in a "slide tor
ife they saw them climb cliffs
n ihs rappelllng course snd witch
ed them on the rope bridges. The
hree activities are a part .of the
JWTC oostacle course.
. Later n the morning, the ladies'
were served coffee and cake snd
returned to Fort Sherman 'shortly
before noon. : s
Included In 'he group were Mrr.
Ardli Grezaffl, president of the
Fort Gullck Officefs Wives' Club;
Mrs. Milton L Ogden, Mrs'.- Vir Vir-glnla
glnla Vir-glnla Jones, Mrs. Betty Judson,
Mrs. Edith Evans; Mn. Margaret
Early, Mrs. Jean Nolte, .Mrs.
Msry Dooley. Mrsf Eraft Gardner,
Mrs. Kerry Simon Mrs. Jtsthleen
Radentz, Mrs. Msrjor e ; Mller,
Mrs. Rosemary Bugas, 'Mrs.' Jan
Munro, Mrs. Andrea Rowell Mrs.
dorothy Frazier, Jane Shields,
Mrs. Esther Keelean, and 1 Mrs.
"irish" Ches er.
WASHINGTON AFL CIO
President George Meany cha'rg cha'rg-ins
ins cha'rg-ins thaf nnlitlrnl CBmnaiPn orn-
tors this year are using tne Dig
lie" technique to pin a pro-Com
munist label on organized taoor:
"This is an unforiveable and
completely unjustifiable trick."
" WASHINGTON Republican
National Chairman Meade Alcorn
warning his party that the GOP
mns get out the vote this year:
"It was the stay-at-home Re Re-publ'can
publ'can Re-publ'can who cos .us control of
Congress in the mid-term elec elections
tions elections of 1954."
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
iYour Community Network YCN
If West had opened a diamond
the.e woulu be no article. At some
nase or o.i.er in he tfta.v tusi
would obtain the lead and play the
queen o. cluos whereupon l. would
have been curtains for South.
Fortunately tor South. West look
ed over his band carelully and ied
a irump. Now Souih pulled trumps
with a second trump lead and
playeu the ace and jack oi hear.s
i.-om dummy. East played low
anu Soum discarded a duo ins eau
Now West shifted to a diamond,
but it was too late. South went
tight up wi h dummy's ace and
led the ten of hearts. East duck ducked
ed ducked quickiy; there was no reason
to cover and South s'.mply dis
carded a second c ub. Now all ne
had to lose was one dub and one
diamond and the contract wheeled
Smith would have looked mieh-
ty foolish if West held the king king-queen
queen king-queen of hearts and Eas the ace
l ,li,h Aim if T.ut hM th tr
of clubs the play would have
made no difference; tne nana
would have been a cinch on any
line of play.
But look what South had in bis
favor on his play. In the first
place West would p-obsbly have
led a hear: it he held the king and
queen; in the second place the
odds are hree to one' against two
of two cards appearing in a spe specific
cific specific hand.
Tha bidding baa been:
Nrtk Bart Swath West
1 Pass le Peas
1N.T.. Pata f
-; .You, South, hold:
It tt e-AKtlS JI4I
What do you- dot ;
A B44 thro M-inu Tbtt
it twiat la toktns for a aalMr
it Mm or aUaa wUtt Skis
You hold the same hand ex except
cept except for the king instead of the
jack et clubs. The bidding hat
SPRINGHILL. N. S. Harold
Brine, one of 12 trapped miners
in a collapsed coal mine, after
rescue workers contacted the
men hy means of a pipe:
"We're all right. The air has
been nretty good.. Some of us pre
hurt but not badly. We're awful
WEST LAFAYETTE. Ind.
Purdue "golden girl" Adelaide
Darling on criticism of her "wig "wiggling"
gling" "wiggling" while doing hula hula as
a drum majorette:
"It seems to be what they meant,
around here. After all, my busi business
ness business is to be a showman."
Caril Ann ToM Him
She Saw 10 Slain
LINCOLN; Neb. (UPI) Caril
Ann Fugate, 15, told a deputy
sheriff she saw her red haired
boy friend kill 10 persons, includ including
ing including her mother, step-fa her and
baby half-sister, the law offter
testified here yesterday.
Deputy Sheriff Williams S.
Romer, Caspe-, Wyo., made the
surprise statement during testi testi-money
money testi-money at Caril's firs' degree
Caril had surrendede"ed to uomer
on a Wyoming highway near the
car where Char es Starweather,
19, "shot and killed his 11th ad admitted
mitted admitted victim. The youth fled but
was captured a short lime later.
Romer said he he came upon
Sta-kweather scuffling with an-
tv, man In the middle O' the
road. The deputy sheriff said ne
stopped his car ann siare 1U 1U-ward
ward 1U-ward the two meii s ruggling over
-ma whan Via shw Caril. weed
ing, running toward h:m. She was
hys'erical. ne saia.
"She said, he's going to kill me,
w oftlnu to kil' me. he's al-
rortv killed one man. Romer
TTnrUr xrftSS MAminatOn DV De
rn,. Attnmpv John McAr'hur.
Romer said Caril volunteered 'he
details of her family's siayma. n n-iuvhH
iuvhH n-iuvhH in have occurred Jan. ?l
in their home near Lincoln.
In order to give our customers the best of service
we will open our stores as follows:
NEAR SANTA ANA PLAZA v
CASA ZALDO OF CALIDONI.V
NEAR TIVOLI THEATRE
Open SUNDAY front
9:00 'to 12:00 and 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.
4TH Or JULY AND "J" STREET
TIVOLI AVE. 18-52
! STREET NEAR BALBOA AVENUE
Will Open All Day Tuesday, November 4th
. Leaders, instructors, and others
v.- p .r ittpa eu in the basic
training experience were: 1
John R. Gough, Sr., leadership
and triinlng committee Capt. Al Albert
bert Albert P. Vlelrs, Norbert H. Mc Mc-Cauley
Cauley Mc-Cauley area Roy G. Barrett Pack
2: Norbert H. McCauley, John A.
Morales. M, Burkenroad. J, Hat
trick, Z. Naar, Rose Brogie, and
Norene Brennan. Pack 4: R. Helt Helt-mund,
mund, Helt-mund, Caroline G. Smith, Grlset Grlset-ta
ta Grlset-ta P. Pope, Victoria Ostenso, Do Doris
ris Doris Folger, Elaine Payne, and
Bonnie Thompson. Pack 5: Capt.
Warnef S. Rodimon, Shirley J.
Vaucher, and John R. Townsend.
Pack John i R. Gough, Sr.
Pack 10: Vincent Biava, Helen F.
Cox, Rose Hudgins, E. ty. Dillon,
and JO Ann Snuey. rack 13: 3. J.
Kaplan, E. L. Roh, J. W. Winn,
W, S. Johnson, and Alice Roh.
Pack 15: Captain Albert P. Vieira.
U.S.A.F.. Nona M. Vieira, and
Geraldine Glass. Pack 20: Carol
Wright. Council Official: assistant
commissioner Roy G. Barrett.
Georgia To Be In Spotlight
Plans Dinner Parly
The Theodore RoOsevelt Cen'en Cen'en-nial
nial Cen'en-nial observance in' the Canai Zo Zone
ne Zone will bold the first of 'Its princi principal
pal principal official iunctions Monday even
ing, November lOlh, at a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Canal Zone Post, Sociely
of American Military Engineers.
The, function wjUbe heid, t the
Tivoli Guest House in the main
ballroom. A social hour will be
held at 6 p.m. lollowed by a buf buffet
fet buffet dinner at 6:45. After dinner,
Hermann Hagedorn, director of
the centennial commission Wi 1 1
talk on Theodore Roosevelt. "The
Pioneer, Adven ure- and NatuaU
st." Mr. Hafdorn is an outsand
ing authority on the life of form
Special guests oi the Canal Zone
Post will oe o ficials of ihe Canal
Zone and Panama and the Theo
dore Roosevelt Medal holders, and
All Society of American Military
engineer members and wives are
urgea ,o aitend. Dress will be in informal,
formal, informal, with coat and tie. Reser Reservations
vations Reservations may be obtained from Ro
bert Hall, IAGS, Clayton 5169:
George Kruse, Navy 3322; Lt. Col.
Donald F. Rogers, Clayton 6215;
George Abe Air Force, Albrook
7295; or Jim Brigman 1625.
Two Twisters Mera
tin it:i I..
14 nss l
JN.T. Pass te
IN.T. faes- T
Wkat de yen det
J NEW v6Rk"i(UPI)-More than
a billion dollars la Christmas
shopping money will be distribut distributed
ed distributed beginning next week. This
represents the amount, of money
13,000,000 members of Christmas
elubs have saved this year in
7,900 banks. Edward F. Dorset,
president of Christmas Club, a
corporation, said this marked the
seventh year that Christmas Club
savings ; had passed the billion billion-Jollar
Jollar billion-Jollar mark.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1(40)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
TO COLOMBIA,, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "COTOPAXI" Nov. S
S.S. "SALINAS" .Nov. 14
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA. SPAIN
8.8. "REIN A DEI MAR" (20.225 tons)
t (Alr-Condltloned) Dec. tl
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
8.8. "PIZARRO" .) Not. S
S.S. "CUZCO" Not, 20
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTDHOLLAND 1
' TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
8.8. "LOCH RYAN" No. 14
S.S. "LOCH GOWAN" Not. 20
, To I KCONTLNENT
S.S. "DINTELDYK" Nov.
8.S. "ALBANY" Not.
M.I. HAtMNOS HUBJKC1 TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
. ,, TELEPHbNESt"''' '1' v
Cristobal 3-16545 .Panama 3-12578 Balboa t-195
PALMETTO. Fla. Nov, 1
(UPI) Meteorologists sa!d today
a co'lision of warm andscoot air
set up the disturbance that sent
two sisters merging in'o s mil
lion-dollar tornado which carved i
short tra'l of wreckage ihrough
upper Manatee County.
Four persons were injured when
the storm came in from the Gulf
of Mexico 'yesterday and skipped
up and down for about two miles
inland. It wrecked a mo'.el. se-v
ice station and drive-In ; thea f
and seriously damaged two c'.trus
.Weathermen said the strom was
generated by warm moist air mov
lne uo from the south, which over
ran cool air coming in from the
They said the appearance of two
twisters wh en merged into one
as reported by witnesses, was not
uncommon, particular y u tne tun
ne's were traveling close together.
The twister, witness said
came in from the gulf and merged
jus as they hit the mainland. The
storm crossed Senad Island, Terra
Ce.a Bay and hit the Manatee
County mainland on the south
side of the. mouth of Tampa Bay
2 Officers Attend
Parleys In The US
The USAltCARIB officers htve
been selected to attend confer
ences in Washington, D.C., Nov
. Col. William E. -Eckles, comp
troller, is scheduled to partlcip
ate in the Army Comptrollers'
Conference while Capt. William
D) Radtke, thief of the Signal See
i n v i : vi t, t
tend s Signal ; Pictorial Confer
. nuvuivi .? ejasseaa 1 epi cosines ur st
Capt. Henry G. Smart, now is in
Sacramento, Calif., taking part in
tne semi-annual signal uuppjy u
The stats of Georgia. Urges!
state east of the Mississippi river,
along with its third largest city,
Columbus, wilt be in the spotlignt
next, Wednesday, at 1:30 p.m.
when CFN-TC kicks off on its ser series
ies series of programs called "Home
rso. niy win the local 'audience
get the chance to meet many
Georgians as they appear, before
the CFN-TV cameras, but a sound.
film recording w. 1 be made of
the entire program for. possible
schedulding on TV s.ationa .hrouzh
out the state
The 776th Air Force Band. dir.
ected by CWO Herman W. En-
glert, will ring p the curtain on
ins opening snow, and on all the
remaining shows in the ieri
Mllllr nf ..nmiva ,M Ik. li
programs will be Jim Psttison, ra-
aio-tetevision producer with CFN.
Sound-film, recordings wit be
made of each showr as it is being
Signal Section, United States Ar
my Caribbean, ,.
Stars of- the programs will be
people from ihe various states
and cities themselves. Aoperance
on the program it c.en to al Am
erican citizens in the Canal Zone
and Panama regardless of their
assigment if status, purpose : of
the program is to let the ooeole of
each sta e become better ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with each other, and ?o
show the folks back home that we
a party honoring everyone irom
Georgia will just be starline at the
Fort Kobbe Service C ub. Mrs.
Dorris Caldwell, director at the
club, has asked that all Georgians
call her at 84 6123 as soon as pos possible
sible possible in order that she can make
adequate preparations for the par partyand
tyand partyand she wants everybody
from Georgia in this area to at attend
tend attend be he serviceman or civilian,
chi d or adult.
The schedule of states and Cities
to be saluted each Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. include Columbus, Ga
Nov. 5; Alburquerbue, N. M. Not.
12; Dothan, Ala., Nov. 19, Elmira,
N. Y., Nov, Charlotte, N.C,, Dec.
3; Omaha, Neb., Dec. 10; Li'tle
Rock, Ark.,." Dec. 17: Bethlehem.
Pa., Dec. 24; Yakima, Wash.. Dee.
31; Evansville Ind. Jan. 7: Tulsa,
Oka., Jan. 14; Tw.n Falls,
Idahao, Jan. 21; Fresno. Calif..
Jan, 28 and Alexandria, La., Feb.
Participants don't have to be
from any of the cities listed to
appear on the programs just
being a resident o' the state 1
self is enough, But CFN TV will
especially welcome residents of
the various cities listed. Depend Dependents
ents Dependents are welcome on the program
as many as will come a'ong to
the CFN-TV studios at For Clay
and place, Or, they msy confest
msy contact, the nearest service
club direc or who will pass along;
names na iciepnone numoers to
Ihe show's producers.
A rehearsal of all psrticlpsnts
In the opening program honoring
St? wil1 uke P1,ce at the
CFN-TV studios beginning st 9
a.m. onjipv. 4. The rehearsal will
probably last about three hours
and will allow the paracipahts to
get s better idea of what they
wil be doing on the chow.' If an
entertainer from any of the states
ment!pned wints to perform on
the progrsms, he may make ar arrangements
rangements arrangements by calling 82-5232.
m ly WYNOR MADDOX t
NIA Peed end Merkets Idltere
From tie kitchens of Alaski,
soon to be officially our 49th state,
comes some mighty fine cooking.
The climate is exhilarating and
appetites are hearty, A. B. Hayes,
former mayor- ot .Juneau, now
with Nor.hwest Orient Alrliesn, i$
a booster for the fine fish, game
and fruits of our newest state. He
give! us two of his -favorite Alas
kan recipes for
at "Welcome A.
Samll Trout Ir Envelopes,
Select a 1-pound fish w each
guest. Clean, wij. dry, season in inside
side inside and out witu sa't and peppr,
and bas e with oil. Cut alumlmThi
foil into pieces 3 inches longer and
4 times as wide as the fish.
Grease welt with melted butter.
Place trout in center, lay slice of
bacon on 'top, fold toil over, crimp
edges and tie ends with string.
Put in greased pan and cook -n
modera e oven 25 minutes.' Serve
in envelopes after removing
spring. Have iide dish of sauce of
brown butter and lemon juice.
Alaska Apple Butter
Soak 1 pound dried apples in 2
quarts warm wster for : l hour.
Add 2 quarts cranberries and
cook until soft. Sieve, measure.
Reheat; then add 3-4 as much su sugar
gar sugar as you have sieved fruit, also
1 teaspoon cinnamon, 1-4 teaspoon
sali, 'a leasooon clove'1. Conk un until
til until clear. Add juice of 1 lemon.
Pack in jars and seal.
ANDERSON IN TOKYO
TOKYO (UPI) Emperor Hiro Hiro-hito
hito Hiro-hito i and Empress Nagako re received
ceived received U.S. Secretary of t h
Treasury Robert B. Anderson and
his wife in th Imnprlal Pdaca
nilUClBUII 19 111 LVATU
Persons wishing to aooear on for a week' of informal talks with
82-5232 for information on time I top Japanese officials
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lATVRDAY. NOVEMBER 1,.WI
TOT PANAMA ABIERICAIf AX INDEPEXDtKT ATXY !TrSPAPEm
iSTHilAU CHURCH NOTICES
" VACS FITS
Church of Christ ;
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AALBOA 0461. Balboa Boa
- Service "Sunday i.m sasiiV im
I.IKI PJ. J- y 4
CJUSTUUAL. Ajnericau UMUMi riall
" Services' Sunoay 10.00 Jt 11 :4t
RIO ABA JO; Hou Mo 1024 lath Si
- Sunday (Jt W .
On on an
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COCOtl AJfii CHUCH
dMMB A, AUtlAM" M"
'ilui AAUl .MU.iU..
k ...... auuiiUi
run baptisi chlkch
. Balboa Height. C Z. 1
427 Ancon Boulevard
Orawtr Balboa Heights
Phon Balboa 17M
Wllllsm a Beby, Paste
Sunday School .... ....
Baptist Ttsiring y Union
9:30 a m
10:45 a m
Prayer, Meeting, Widnesday.
W.M.S Bible Study Tburs-
' toon BVotBtrhood -"iiirt
Monday to month
I Ml pja
I'lRSt BAPTIST CHt'RCH
MaraaiKa Avanua at- u Straat
. Margarita. Canat Zona
Mev. Wendall C Parkat. pasiot
'-rtuiOa' 'Sotiuoi v.- '-
Mornin A ornhip
,Baptit.;. Tainihi Onion. w
Bvanlns Worship ...
f rayar Sarvioes. Wadnasaays
WM,U .1st rd Pridays
OA. A Sunbaama.
"l:4i o m
7 .0li n.m
. 7:00 pm
I do cm
' PANAMA CITY,
Major A Mrs. W. Bishop
. U February Street. PlWne:
. 11 :w Holiness MeeUna
i:00 Sunday School
T 7:10 Salvation. Meeting
? PARAISO." C.Z.
Envoy A Mrs. C. U Moseley
11:00 Holiness Meeting
j Br Captain A Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street, Phone 38 J43
11:00 Holiness Meeting
r' 8:00 Sunday School
Tr30 Salvation Meeting
', coLor Ttimb strbet
'Br. Captain S. taylor
' l :00 Holinexa Meeting
3:00 Sunday -School
J -T) Salvatiort Meeting
RAINBOW CITV. C Z.
Envoy J. Gill
3:00 Sunday School
7 M Salvation Meeting
r Union Churcher
fAt6AfeV;:''''. !;.''- .' '
Tha Bav. Oatar W. OUen, Pastor
.Balboa Road t San Pablo Street
' Pastor's, phone 2-148
, Church btflca 2 3231 ; j,
1:30 a,mi--Church School U rrea bus
lorvio. Ctlissea for all agea.
lOiSO ajn.Worship Service Church
Time Story hour for Kindergarten
and Ptlmary Children. Chureh-Tlrha
Cradle Roll and Nursery I
4:00 p.m. Post High fellowship.
'30 pm, 1:00 p.m. Junior High
Fellowship. .!'. i ,;
1:00 p4n;--Senior High Fellowship.
Margarita Ave and Bollvaf Mwy.
Rev, Theodore E. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 1-2842 Res S-14BB
a.m. Church School Bus service.
Classes!' Nursery through adult,
110 a.m Mornlnp Worship ,
Niiir .for Infants and small ehll-
IKl tm. Junior Fellowship.
. 'B-1K nm Vonlh FHlowshlo.
5 A eiwl1 "ichedula t suxlllary ac
ttvltles and official meettnas
nounred from week to ween.
Rev. Walher M. Alder'.on. Pastas
, 0' -4;n iRf
' t'30 a m Simflav nrhnnl
i 10:40 am Morning Worship.
Official meetlnas and wekdaT ctt
el' a annnnnred
- M V
V. i ', t
i tbarchAi ol tna UMhi ta Hit Canal Zm a4 tk Hrminal altia
aaw Aih m rlMt r Wtaactdat at tK lata ft any chanfM
M h cominl Saturdav'l (hurch tafl.
- Mmhttra, kurh McrttirMt ckaplaim am atkarf inform tha
a fananta Anal Colon.' Rapuoltt ot Panaw. titan4 wtkam at ad
fimai t wan and woman of tha armad larricat, and to civilian nain
aori Inondi and tttanaart. -yvi'!i.V'f.-;...;;v;sJ
- Aa a public aorvka. Tha Panama Amarkan lists kotow. By danomi danomi-katiam,
katiam, danomi-katiam, naticaa at hour af warthip and othai ratulat aativitiot.
Liatinfa ra rotatad Irotn timo to tima. Oanommationa havin ant
ooa ar two confutations ara lutad nndat "Otnat Chitrchas Sarviaai
A spatial listing is includad tat aArvkoa at Arm posts, Alt 'area aasas
ana Naval stations. o:"!,'..' ,'
- BT MARV'a CHLIKCH-Balbaa
Sunday Uasas' 7 :00. g:0O. 10 00 and
. Hmy Day Maaaosi IM, 8:00. ilia am
nd :00 p.m'
. Confespions. Saturday., 1:30 lo t:A
and 7:00 to g:00 am Ttauiwiav bofnre
rirst rr'day 7. Ml to :00 n.m
Miraculous asaoai. Tiovona- tw 0 m
Catechism elan' after she 1.40 mass
High School gtudy Club (JO p.m.
SACUKD MIABT-Ancoa -Sunday
Masses. IJi I.U a tit am
Holv Day masses- ttU am anj 1:00
Conlamlona. aatiirda 1:10 to S:uu and
i :ib in ;00 p.m. Thuraday oeforo Firm
Friday :00 pm.
sscrea Heart uaveuecMi 1 om oat
caiaciusm ciami a:ie in 4:a tM. an
OUK LA0V 0 rATIMA-Curuada
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 1:30 p.m.
Coniaasinrw! 4:00 lo f :i ojb on slat.
caiecniam cuss i naiuroay la iv
ST. JOtuni Paraiaa
aunday Massw at 1X and gill a.m
Holy Day Mass at e:00 a.a
Weekday Massw i L KW a.m.
Confassions' Sarurda 1:14 to 4 Jo and
a ao to i jo.
'Catechism Clams Sunday tm to 4iW
Miraculous Medal Movenai Iv) o m
Convert Instructions! Thursday (too
01 VINCkNT'SPanasM City
Sunday Masses .00 and g SO a.m
Hnlv nmy SImm. S9n m,A s-iio mm.
Ill It falls on Siturda tha ilim in
.uu ana i:io ini
Confessions. Saturday 3:00 to 1:00 and
:00 to 1:00 n.m Thundar toTnra First
rriaay t:so p.m
Miraculous Medal N ovens and Sta
lions of the Cross: Friday 7 40 p.m
Catechism Class: After 1:30 mass on
Convert Clsss (JO p.m. Tuesday and
aundsv Mass 1:30 i.sb
Holy bay Mass 1:00 im lit it fall
(tn Saturday -4:30 a.m. )
Catechism Clsas 3:20 to 1HX) Dm or
conressions H:U0 to :3 a.m Sunday
SI iutLN BAPTIST lit I.A SALU
Sunday Masses :30 and BiSU a.m'
iHk Uava Ma.. 1(1 Mnn Thim
Fri and Sat' Flraf Friday' maw ..00 a m
nmy uav viamew e;uo a.m io b:w
ConteSsionS: S;30 to 4 JO and 1:00 lo
a .'00 p.m. on Saturday
Miraculous simki Nnvana moay i:un
Catevnism Clas. 8:30 a.m. on Sunday
ttt f HtSKSrS L Hoes
Convert Clan: Monday 7 JO p.m
iy Mass: I :ov a.m. 1
Holy Day Mass. S:30 p.m
ConfemiotiSi.Ssturday a:.10 to 1:30 p.m
fhursdiy" before First Friday 6:30 pm..
Catechium Claw. 3:13 p.m on Sundsy
Sacred Heart Nnvena' 7 00 pm or
Convert Class. a:30 p.m on inuraoy
ST JOSEPH 8 nl(t
Massn. 4.4. uo and 11:11 a Jit
ay Masaes: S 45 and 3:00 Wi
and 1:43 n.m
Confessions Saturday 4:00 10 1.00 anft
7:00 to 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena. Wednesday
8:13 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred Heart Novena. Friday ill! p.m
Sunday Evening Service 7 :00 p.m
Convert Clam- 7:15 p.m on Monday
Catechism Class. Sunday 10:11 a.m In
11:46 am 3:00 p.m to 4:00 P m
First Friday -Exposition of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at I JO
a.m Saturday mornina
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Fatlma- The Holv Rosary '1:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays. 1:00 to
Sunday Mfcsses: 7:00. g 00 and 10:30 a jn
Holv Da. Masseai SAO a:M a.m. and
Ills p.m :,'.-. 1 '', .'".'
contoaslons: Saturday 4:00 10 1:00 and
i:uv to a :ov p m: vter nnaary seen eve
iraculous Medal Novenat 3:11 and
7 :00 p m, ah Monday.
Cstochlsm Clawt, Aftar 1:00 M
First Friday Exposition all day during
ine acnoor rear,
First Saturday: "Maes at 1:00 am
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH m Margarita
ounuij Bunn i.su, an.
First Saturday Masai . 4:00 am
Weekday Masses: .. .. .. 1:00a.m.
. aa.uroay ,, 7iig-n.m tt' :00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Nnvene 7:00 p.m
Holy Day Masses- 7:30 am 1:11 p.m
Confession i :43 nm to 4:41pm
Parish Family, Rnoary and
' Benediction 7 00 p.m
Discussion Inquiry Oroup 7 JO p.m,
1st Friday Devotion ... 7:00 pm.
1st Saturday Devotions .. fm p m
? ST VlNCKNTS Hainbew City
Sunday Manesa a SO a m and 8 rto
Holy Day Masseat IM a.m and tM
contessloni. 4:00 -to a 4m and tiwi i.
1.00 p.m Saturday
vatecnism tiass:, iu:a a m. on aunday
rnr.vert Claa euery Monday at 7:60
miraeuious;sasaai novenat in am
.Ssered Heart Havana t
1X0 B4R. an
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION -Qeraa
Sunds Mass- 1:15 a.m
Holv Day Mass: 1:00 o m
Contiu) a:M to ?o am on Bat.1
. Catechism fllasn- 4-Orl m on Monday
OUR LADY OP GOOD COUNSEL
.'it Sdr.,.iOit jf' 1 e
Sundsy Maass:.7KM and 1:30 am
Holy bay Messes r W a m and 1:00
Coofeulon Saturday at 1:00 pin. and
after all evening devotlune.
Baptisms by appointment
Mlramlotw Medal Novena t 7-00 njl
an Tuesday. 1 ,v ,
gscrad Heart Novena i l .Ml a m an
Friday. . .. ..'.,., ..
Sunday School! I so p m. on Sunday
Rellflout Instruction Claw tor Chil Children;
dren; Children; 4:00 p.m. on Thursday.
RellMnua Inaaruetlnn turn JuIm ir
dtictoef In Soanishli 1:00 aj m
' -Convert fcutruttlon y- appointment
The Rt Re? R Babes tteodoa. B T O
the Tory Rev. Malnort i
v ; S.T.R. Dana
THg CATHKDRAL Of ST.
. 7 JO ajn
Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday i -
. 1J0 an Santa. Communion. 3rd Sun-
Smuela Dominnat ....... t:U iv
11 DO aon Mornina Pravar and Ser
mori. Holy Communion 1st Sunday..
7:00 pjn. evening service.
JO in. Holy Communion.
l-M are rverung Prayer.
' HOLY DAYS
Jm ai Hoiy Communion.
SOam Hory Communion.
:i3 m. Mornina Prayet
17:00 Mi.-day Miwionary Pray era.
Church ol at. Andrew
The Rev William W Raldwln,
Prlml In Cham
Holy Cummunlori .........
Family Prayer and
7 JO a.m
t JO a.m
(Alan Holy Communion 2nd
Morning Prayer A Sermon tl.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion I .-00 a m
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence w Hayes,
Priest in Charge
g:ov a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month)
St Simon's Church
The Rev John Speer Priest in Charge
Choral Eucharist and Sar-
mon 7:00 a.m
Church School 1:00 pm
Episcopal Young Churchmen t:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon ..... 7:00 p.m
and FRIDAYS :
Communion :00 am
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
Holy Communion 7 :00 a m
Morning Praver 1 00 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 P.m
,. family .Eucharist ......... 1:30 am
Officio pompltne ,.. :00 p.m
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear Priest In Charga
Morning Prayer and Church
School ..... .... 00 ejn
mon h HUSO a.m
Confirmation Class 1)30 a m
Choral Eucharist and Set-
Holy Baptism ,. 12:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7 JO pm
Woman's Auxiliary ....... 7 JO p.m
IHUKSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion t:00 a.m
! Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven L B Shirley. Priest In Charge
1:30 am Holy Communion.
Church of St. Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Rdwln C. Webster
7:30 a.nv Holy Communion.
1:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 a.m.. Holy Communion.
The Rev. Allan Wenlt,
4 Priest In Charge
TheV Rv. David A Osborne,
a.oo a.,u Choral Eucharist
1:30 a.m Infant Baptism.'
1.00 i. Church School
theio l Bulldink ill'
S:b0 o m Youth Fellowship
fsfi n: Evensong ind Address
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
JO a in Womsn Auxiliary and Al-U-
St Paul's Church
rhe Lemuel- R dhlrlev. Recta
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asst.
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
9 'Ov am Sung Euehansl Sermon
iA:4h a oi Morning. Prayer and Chum
ilM w Holy 'Baptism
7 '00 ,.m Solemn veaper
8 .10 a.m Holy Communion
7 JO am. Evening prayer and Sermon
4:00 sm Holy Communion
7:00 p.n Evening Prayer
ntURM'AYS AND FRIDAYS
1:30 m Hoi Communion
8 -00 a m Holv Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
r Colon, RP
(Opposite Hoti Washlngtofi)
The Rev, Jamea Peter Farmer, Rector
Tha Rev. Henry A Blake, Assistant
1:00 a.m Holy Communion.
JO a.m Morning Prayer,
:0C a.m Choral Kurharlat and
10:30 a.m Church Sctmel.
7 Jo p.m. solemn Evensong and Bar
1:00 a jm" Holy Communion.
7:M sjh. Morning Prayer.
1:00 pjn.. Evening Prayer,
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:00 t.m. Morning Prayer.
I JO p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
7-00 a.m. Morning prayer
1:00 a.m. Children' Eueharlai,
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
-- SATURDAY -1
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion. v
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
7'30 o.m Comnllne and Meditation
MONDAY, TIIFSDAV A THURSDAY
'''' St Chrlstopher'a Charek i
- 10th Street, Parque Lefevr .
. The Rev Clarenre W Hays. 1
'V"''V" Priest tn Charge'
- The Re. Clarenre A., CsvwaR,
- v. Assistant
4:00 a.m. Holv Communion.
7:30 a.m Sung Eucharist and Sxrmon.
BJa ai- -V
14 JO a.m. Morning Prayer and Church
' "'- ' SchooL
ItiW noon Holy Baptism.
1:10 pjn Bvensong and Sermon.
T J e m in and 3rd. Roman a Aunt
:30am Junior Daughter! of the
l JUi B.m Vouth Fallnanhia
1:00 a m Holy communion.
I D pan Evening Prayer and Religious
:00pm Girls Friendly Society.
1:00 n.m lat and ri. dlfiUia
t JO aja, Junior Confirmation Clam.
CHURCH OF THk AAIARENB
; 44a Frangipau St. Ancon CJC
Rev. Elmer 0 Nelson. Pastor
Boa MJ Balboa, CX f el 2 201
Sunday School 1:43 an
Worship Service .., 10:46 a m
Youth Service ............ g:4t pm
Evangelistic Service ....... 7:30 pjn
Prayer Service, Wed. .., 7 JO p.m
10:30 ajn. Sunday School,
7:11 p.m. Evangelical Service
Sunday 1 a.m. Psrslso
" 10 ajn, Paralso Sunday School
.- 7:11 p.m. paralso Evangelical
METHODIST NOTICES 1
Sunday, Oct. 11th I a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson B.D. 7 P-m. Mr. A. A.
Monday. Oct. 20th 1 :30 p.m. Prsps-
ratlon Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7J0
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Peerl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct. 21st 7 :30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
. Friday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
CHURCH OFTHE NAZARENR
Margarita School Gymnasium
Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Boa SOI MsrgsrlU, C.Z.
Sunday School 1:41am.
Morning Worship .. ...... 11:00 a.m
Evening Service .- 7 JO p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama K.P 23rd Street Caat
Hev N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Subdav School 3:00 Dm
Sunday Masses ....I. 7:41 1143
MUni Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
804 Batbv Road Balboa.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon!
Chapel on Balboa Road
Prlasthood Meeting: Sunday 1:30 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 4:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227
Building 200, Schoolhouao Road. Catun
Sunday School; Sunday 0:30 a.m
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 110 am.
CVRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res 83-7116 Of, 83-MOS
Sunday School 1:30 sjn
I A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11:00 am
Youth Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Eevehing Worshln 7:00 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed ) .7:00 pjn
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
IStb St West No I
Holy Eucharist Sundat at 130 a m
Tuosdava. Wednesdays and tlmrsdav
Sacrament ot Unction (Healing Bar
vice t First Sunday tS aaeb month a-
Mount Us II bet Chrtattan Chareh
Panama R P
Rl Rev T an D. D Rlahop
Morning devotion 4:00 am
Fellowship Worship 11:00 a m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sjnday School a.m.
Morning Service 10 a.m.
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 3:30 p.m
Divine Service 7:30 p.m
Visitors are welcome at all services
and clssaes. t;.
14 First street
Urbanlzaeidr) El Carmen. Panamd City
miormai Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 1:80 P-m,
Colon. Ilk A Front Street
fnaatalra American Bazaar)
Btudv Classes Thurdsvs. 7:10 a.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCR
Espalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart. Paste
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:10 Young People's Society
Wednesday! 7 JO Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 1:00 Choi. Rehearsal.
Friday i 7J0 Women's Missionary So
CHURCH OF GOD
15th Street, Farque Lefevre
Overseer A. J. Anvlrk
Sister C. E. Weekes, Pastor
Sunday Worship 11:30 a.m. 7:30 p.m.
Weekly Services Monday, Wednesdsy
and Frldsy 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
14th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
. Rio Abslo
Rev. William J. Johnson Pastor
Sunday School .... 1:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 ajn
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m
THE CHURCH OF GOD
- 7031 Eighth St.. Colon
Mr. L. C. Donaldson. Pastor
Sunday School 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worship :...,-.. 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:80 p.m
THE CHURCH OP GOD
Mrs. M. Hines Pastor
Sundsy School ........ t.. 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship. 110 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF GOD
Cor,. Jamaica A Trinidad Sta.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School ., 1:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Srrvlc .... 7:30 p.m.
Diablo Htlghta. C.Z.
(near Dlahfo school)
Carl V Thami
Dlsbln Height C.Z.
ennrth Balboa 4271
Sunday School ............ 10:00 a.m
Youth Service .,.......,
Bvangellstle Service ......
wednawlsv: Bihle Study
and Prayer Service ...... 1 JO a.m
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road al Wight Street
Rev. Robert t, fiussh-k, Paste .
1 P.O.- Box 44, Balboa.
Sunday School, Bible Class I a.m.
Dlvln -Service 10:11 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday at the
Cere Sol Chapel
Mr. Frederick S. Illlck, Vlcar
vi vine service 11 rm
WellV rflmmi in Un mm asstalaeA akf AUak
j ar-uuuuiiivii) amns, UUIIUBJ vi V IS
Jewlsn Welfare Hoard Hid JM.M u
docs oat Balboa. CX Ri bbi Nathan
Sarvieo Friday. 1JB oaa. Siiiwn.
4 am ..
(See a sa Ustlngs at 'Jewish services
u ne'er oa Basse and Stations t.
Cohtikaanoa Kol Shaarlua laraai. An
nla Cuba and 31th Street Bella Vista
Paiiaml City Servleea 1:0 ftjo
CUMWiLajt OCIANtk vMLMthUB
'Km Church ol Chrlat, Seientiat Artec
M Aaaaa Boulevard
Sunday ll.iw, Wcdnoada t:l BJB
tunday School 1:10 ajn
ras tnarca in Canal, axiMuat, Crtatoha
13th Street Honv Highway
Minna School 1 J gjn,
Bsjrtdny 11. -O0 aja. Wednaaaay I N p.m.
Posts arid Bases
Morning Worship ....
Sunday School (Building No.
Thursday .. Evening Mid-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
Sunday School v,
Worship Service. Madden Wye
Worship service, Rio Hate ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldier' Fellowship Thuxs. ,.
Officer s Christian Union Thura.
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship 1:30 A
NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship (:00
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Naval Radii, Station. Summit... 4i04
Sunday Masses 1:00 A
Monday Novena Devotions
Confesaions Saturday.. 4:00 A
ALB ROOK AIR FORCE BASE
0iuiujr nw .....
Sunday Masses T;4g 12:09
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
: Sunday Mass I Jo
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School Bldg. 133 ....
Prayer Fellowship -Bldg 253
KYBB 'Wednesday Post hapel
Choir Practice Wednesday
Youth Fellowship, Sunday ....
Bible Study, Wednesdsy
Ladies Chspel Guild. 1st Thurs.
U S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Sola.
Sunday School ..'.
Holy Communion First Sunday
Sunday Masses ...
Dally Ma si .....
Saturday Mass .
. 1:30 and 1.30
12:00 and 1:30
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Greek Orthodox services are conduct-
ed at the Church of the Anunclation.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco ds
la Csleta, Panama' City, RJ and al
th Church of St, Anthony. Avenlds
Melondes, Colon, R.P., on alternate Sun Sun-call
call Sun-call the Office oi. the Army Chaplain
days at 1:30. For further Information.
Weekly Services Iri all churches
Sabbath School f:30run.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:20 pjn.
and Prayer Service
i sw p.m.
v Paclthi Sid ranaml
Psstor W H, Waller--Tel 24-3-3504
Cabo Verde. Ay J. F de la Oaaa
No 17 cnorr o sttn no 17 Pu.
bio Nuevo I A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sis. Ri Absjo lltb No. 17 Gamboa
Pastor Q, D. Wllllsms-Tel. 4 380
Psstor A. A. Grlssie Tel. 4-102-
SpanUh Chorehss Pa. HI Slda Panaml
pastor Kornertn ffutroi
. Psnema, Calls Darien No. I
Pedreaal A Nueve Guarard.
Pastor a. A. Jeffriee-Tel, 14 IML
Cristobal English 14th A Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Spsnlsh-lth A Bolivar Ave.
0444 GavllM Read-Tat. 4-1461 A) U531
' .' (trf'?:-1' -1,';,'.': .- '-;
TRAINING AT KOBBE In the prone position behind the light .30 caliber machlnegun is 8Ttv
Harvey Woods,' A Company, 1st Battle Gror; 20th Infantry, who was amonaT unit personnel-'
firing for qualification at Fort Kobbe's Peltier Range. Cpl. Arllss Simpson acts as loader whUs
the instructor, Sgt. John Arthur supervise;g.4iJ!ii.;operatlon.--(iJ.S. Armr Phota) 'i
r, Sgt. John Arthur
Worship fanairfa ferv ces at the
Calvary Baptist Church will be at
11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. tomorrow
The Rev. Louis A. Sealey, who
ii scheduled to peach at bot-i
services, will administer the Lor Lor-dl'fl
dl'fl Lor-dl'fl Supper to the memberg of the
Chui'cn at the end of both services.
At the forning service, the Rev.
Sealey is scheduled to preach on
the subjects: "Man's First Loyal Loyalty,'
ty,' Loyalty,' and at the night service, his
subject will be: "The Principle oi
Appropriate services will be
conducted at St. Christopher's E
plscopal Church, Parque Lefevre,
tomorrow. The first service will
be a celebration of the Holy Com Communion
munion Communion at 6 a.m.
At 7:30 a.m. the weekly sung
Euchg'ist w 11 be celebrated; this!
W'U be fo'Hweri by. Morning Pray-1
er and Church School at 10:30
am. ; I
The final service for" the da; da;-will
will da;-will be Evensong and sermon be beginning
ginning beginning at 6:30 p.m.
On Monday, All Soul's Day, a
special Requiem will be sa d at fi
a.m. for the repose of the souls of
Two parish organizations -of St.
Pe f s Cnurch in La Boca will
me.f 'n th : parish hall after the
choral Eucharist tomorrow morn morning.
ing. morning. They are the Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary and the Parish Welfare Coun Council.
cil. Council. During the eucharist, which be begins
gins begins at 10:30 with the Hev. John
Spear, as-celebrant and preacher,
the members of the Woman's Aux Auxiliary
iliary Auxiliary will make their monthly cor corporate
porate corporate Communion.
An All Souls' requiem will be
celebrated at Pedro Miguel next
Monday, starting 9:30 a.m.
Homecoming Sunday, which is
intended to bring about a reunion,
of former parishioners has bpen
get for the second Sunday in this
month, Nov. 9. A soli'mn high
mass beginning U g.m. is plan planned
ned planned for the occasion, at which the
Rev. Allan R. Wenlt and Rev.
Clarence W. Hayes will assist the
priest in celebrating.
Harvest thanKssivin;; services
will be held on Sunday. Nov. 23.
The members of th.' Woman's
Auxiliary. Altar Guild and Felur
de L's Society will make their
monthly Corporate Communion at
the o'clock Eucharist at SJ
Paul's Church tomorrow In ob observance
servance observance of. the 22nd Sunday Af
On Monday, the All Souls' Re-
quiem will be held at 8 a.m.
On Sunday, Novt.16, ("Wirma
tion wjll, be administered to a
class of candidates" by the Bishort.
R, Heber Gooden at thei 9 o'clock;
Sunday Wili be' observed in ma many
ny many Protestant chucche; as World
Temperance. Sunday. L is on this
day that 'he church reaffirms and
reemphasizes its message regard regarding
ing regarding the relationship or temperance
to personal and national welfare
At the Marggifita Union Church
and, Coco Sob chapel the sermon
topic will be rTejnpta ion and
Temperance." The Coco Solo ierv
ce is scheduled for 9:30 .m. nd
the Margarita tervice for 11 a.m.
Sunday evening .at S p.m. the
Confirmation class will meet and
following It g;,, session the Youth
Fellowship will gather at 6:15 p.m.
The Sunday School faff will
meet Tuesday ilighi at 7:30 p.n.
Mrs. John Leach. Sunday School
A. Ti ..
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Nov.- 9 15 American rciucauon
superintendent, will be in charge
oi the session,
Next Sunday. Nov. 10, the church
wi 1 cooperate in the Rooseyelt
Centennial emphasis. The follow-
ing week, Nov. 16, Loyalty Suncfay
will be observed and the annual:
every-member. canvass -will take
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SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1951
Michigan Gambling Ring Qpemtm
C 1 ' i t J I t
Eighth College Student
Arrested In Two Days
K ANN ARBOR, Mich., Nov. 1 (UPI) David
Martin, eighth college student arrested in two days
; in connection with a football card betting ring, was
to be arraigned this morning on charges of parti participating
cipating participating in an illegal occupation.
covered Wayne students in pos possession
session possession of -the illegal betting
forms they believed the WSU pu pupils
pils pupils had obtained them from
outside sources rather than stu student
dent student sellers.
Meanwhile, the University of
Michigan said no punitive meas measures
ures measures would be taken toward the
seven U-M students charged
with participating In the ting
until their trials were concluded.
The seven, including first
string fullback Tony Rio and
basketball captain Jack Lewis,
demanded jury trials on the
Martin, 19, Detroit, a sopho sophomore
more sophomore at Eastern Michigan Col College,
lege, College, Ypsilanti, Mich., was ar arrested
rested arrested by members of the state
police racket squad and Ypsilan Ypsilanti
ti Ypsilanti police Thursday night.
The arrest was the first offi official
cial official indication the gambling
-Ting, revealed by police in a
crackdown on seven University
of Michigan students, had been
operating on more than one
However, Detroit police con continued
tinued continued their probe of possible
tie-ins with Wayne State Uni University,
versity, University, Detroit, and Denby High
Earlier this week, authorities
found cards carried by a Denby
ttudent, and although they dis-
, PHILADELPHIA (NEA) -College
coaches aren't in agree agreement
ment agreement on what to do about the ex ex-i
i ex-i tra point.
Brown made a touchdown andj
was within one point of Penn-j
Bvlvania in the fourth period. Al
Kelley went for broke and lost. A
tunning play which would have1
amounted to two points was stop stopped.
ped. stopped. Auburn had a 7 0 lead over
Georgia Tech when the Engineers
' scored a touchdown in the foiVh
quarter. Bobby. Dodd elected to
play for a tie, ordered a place place-kick
kick place-kick and the game ended, 7-7.
Wonder if any Brown alumni
are saying Kelley should h a ve
played to tie? Wonder if J
Georgia Tech alumni are saying
Dodd should have played to win?
The Caribbean Forces Netwo-K
has announced the following sports
broadcasts for the week.
Sunday. Nov. 2 -football r New
York Giants vs Cleveland Browns.l
Saturday, Nov. 8 Fooiball: Ma Maryland
ryland Maryland vs Navy followed by Army
vs Rice, 1:45 p.m.
Sta eside football scores: Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 11:00 p.m., CFN NEWS; Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, abaut 3 p.m., at end of pro
lootbali game on radio; about 5:30
p.m. at end of pro football on TV;
Monday, 6:45 p.m. on Sports seg segment,
ment, segment, Panorama.
Nov, 1 Roller derby,
Friday's College football
Tulane 27 Texas Tech 0
Vanderbilt 28 Miami (Fla.) 15
New Mexico 21 Denver 15
Colorado Mines 23 Idaho St. 14
East. New Mexico 13 Adams St. 6
Concordia (Minn.) 40 St. John's
Bethany (Kan.) 7 Friends 7
Gustavus-Adolphus 26 St. Thom Thomas
as Thomas 12
Central (Wis.) St. 32 Superior
Chadron Tchrs. 26 Peru (Neb.)
Washburn 27 S o u t h w estem
Northern (S.D.) 48 South Dako Dakota
ta Dakota Wesleyan 27
Wahpeton Science 21 Ellendale
(N.D.) Normal 7
Jamestown (N.D.) Tchrs. 28
Mayville Tchrs. 12
Valley City Tchrs. 19 Dickinson
Otero JC 13 Pueblo JC 6
WEEKEND BIG RELEASE!
herb is the personal and
.It may well
one of your
2 p.m. i
Sunday, Nov. 3 1957 pro foot football
ball football championsh.p, 3:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 5 Wednesday
night fights, 10 p.m.
Thursday, Nov. 6 Fight of the
week, 10 p.m.
Friday, Nov. 7 Wrestling, .10
Saturday, Nov. 8 College foot football,
ball, football, 3:00; Cowtown Rodeo, 10 p.m.
Plead Guilty To
ANN ARBOR, Mich. (UPD
Three University of Michigan
students yesterday changed their
minds and pleaded guilty to
charges of engaging in an ille illegal
gal illegal occupation in connection
with a football card betting ring.
Mike Dodgson, Grand Rapid,
Mich., Nick Mltea, Ecorse, Mich.,
and John Miller, Utica, Mich.,
were awaiting trial when they
appeared Friday before Ann Ar Arbor
bor Arbor Municipal Court Judge Fran Francis
cis Francis O'Brien ana pleaded guilty.
They were given a choice of $100
fine or 10 days in jail and took
Earlier Friday David Martin,
19, of Detroit, a sophomore at
Eastern Michigan College at Yp Ypsilanti,
silanti, Ypsilanti, Mich., pleaded guilty to
similar charges. He was freed on
$150 bond pending sentencing
Dodgson and Mitea were a
rriong seven Michigan students,
including Wolverlns first string
fullback Tony Rio and basketball
team captain Jack Lewis who
were arrested in a crackdown on
a campus betting operation
Fank Sinatra Tony Curtis
Natalie Wood in
"KINGS GO FORTH"
IPlus: "The Lone Ranger Inl
The Lost City of Gpld"
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JTIVMI KTMMi ml fI EAt
UUJIMYWKO Jt I til V
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Leslie Caronm "GAB I'
Balboa 1:15, 3:40, 6:05, 8:30
Frank Sinatra Mitzl Gaynor
THE JOKER IS WILD"
Service Center Theatres
TOCO SOLO 7:00
Vivian Leigh Robert Taylor
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Frank Sinatra Tony Curtis
"KINGS GO FORTH"
in Cinemascope & Color!
"SMILEY GETS A GUN"
in Cinemascope & Color!
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:05
Victor Mature Diana Dors
"THE LONG HAUL"
"FULL OF LIFE"
SANTA CRUZ 7:0
Jack Hawkins, Joan Collins
LAND OF THE PHAROAHS"
in Cinemascope & Color!
CAMP RIRRD 7:00
Kiernon Moore Lolsi Maxwell
"SATELLITE IN THE SKY"
in Cinemascope & Color!
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'The Glenn Miller Orchestra"
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WINNERS IN THE WOMEN'S ISTHMIAN GOLF TOURNAMENT, sponsored by PWGA
played at the Braz Brook Golf Club are as -follows:
1958 Champion: Cleo Burns, second from the left in front row. Front row, left ta right:
Louise Jones winner first flight; Cleo Burns winner championship flight; Fran Twomey
winner second flight; Ruth Wallace winner third flight. Back row: left to right: Mag Maggie
gie Maggie Daltpn ntnner-up first flight; Bev. Dllfer medalist; Ethel Perantie runner-up cham championship
pionship championship flight and defending champion; Nellie Whitney runner up second flight; and Vel Vel-ta
ta Vel-ta Sharp runner-up third flight. -' "v
Randall Heads Fastlich Loop
For '59; Tryquts Nov. 15-22
Tasco Battery f
No. 2 -APA
'. --oi' -::..-; V
tres marcas de ciRarlllos. se 11a.
m'. Camel.- Winston and SalemrTZl
when panamt's Cookies togtry-j'
them Tor three' The Pascuala
a result of this ;ucess emetgetf"
out of the' cellar. The Cookie;'
and Sweets, had a close caU- tfTTZ
the -middle game .hut Mim-J -Smith's
170 came in -mlght
nanay- in winning py one pirrTS.
Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT
Dodgers, Giants Transfer Aids
NL To Outdraw AL By 3 Million
The National League, aided by
the transfer of the Dodgers and
Giants to the West Coast, out
drew the American League by
almost 3,000,000 fans in 1958, ac according
cording according to official attendance
figures released Friday.
A total of 10,164,596 paid their
way into National League parks
tnis year. This represented an
increase of 1,344,995 or 15.2
per cent over the NL's 1957 at attendance
tendance attendance of 8,819,601.
However, the American League
suffered a drop of 900,184 or a a-bout
bout a-bout 11 per cent. A total of 7, 7,-296,034
296,034 7,-296,034 turned out at AL parks
this year compared to 8,196,218
paid admissions in 1957.
The total paid attendance for
both major leagues this year was
17,460,630 an increase of 444, 444,-Rll
Rll 444,-Rll over the 1957 figures.
The Milwaukee Braves once a a-gain
gain a-gain emerged as the majors' best
gate attraction, totaling 1,971, 1,971,-101
101 1,971,-101 for 71 home dates. The Los
Angeles Dodgers finished a close
second with 1,845,556. This rep represented
resented represented an increase of 817,298
over the Dodgers' 1957 attend attendance
ance attendance whe nthey called Brooklyn
Second Highest NL Year
In addition to Milwaukee and
Los Angeles, three other Nation National
al National League clubs soared over the
million mark. The Giants at
tracted 1,272,625 to their new
San Francisco diggings an in
crease of 618,702 over their 1957
season at the Polo Grounds. The
Pirates wound up with 1,311,988
paid admissions and the Cardi Cardinals
nals Cardinals totaled 1,063,730.
The total National League at'
tendance was the second highest
in the loop's 83-year history
topped only by. the record 10,-
388,470 of the 1947 season.
' It was a different story in the
American League. The Few York
Yankees topped the AL for the
10th straight season with 1,428,
438 paid admissions bustill suf suffered
fered suffered a decrease of 68,696. In
fact, only two of the AL clubs
showed Increases at the gate.
The Washington Senators at attracted
tracted attracted only 475,288-low for the
majors but this still represent represented
ed represented a slight increase of 18,209 over
the club's 1957 figure. Kansas
City was up 24,023 over last year.
White Sox Lose Most
The Chicago White Sox suf suffered
fered suffered the majors; greatest de decrease,
crease, decrease, sliDping from 1,135.668 in
1957 to 797.451 this year a drop
of 338,217. The Baltimore Oriole Oriole-skidded
skidded Oriole-skidded 199,590 under their 1957
figure while the Detroit Tigers
In the National League, the
Cincinnati Redlegs went into
the greatest nosedive slumping
from 1.070,850 in 1957 to 788.5V?
this year. The Braves, too. suf
fered a marked decrease of 244, 244,-303
303 244,-303 after soaring over the two two-million
million two-million mark for four straight
The NL attracted a record 5 -005,628
for ni?ht games. Includ Including
ing Including twl-nlpht doubleheaders
this year. A total of 3.543,513 at attended
tended attended ,241 after dark contests
in the American League com-
nared to 3,o,023 for 225 night
Tames In 1957.
35t. .. i 20c.
AMOR SE DICE
Miguel Aceves Mejia
EL LATIGO NEGRO
with' Luis Agullar
T I VOL
35c. I. i 4- 20c.
with John Erlcson
D I N O
with JSal Mlneo
The Black Widow
Chapters 1 3
CHAMP FOR A
with Elvis presjey
THE NAKED JUNGLE
MILITARY MANNER Training dominates the United States
Air Force Academy even on the football field. The Falcons':!
huddle is a precise formation as Quarterback Johnny Kuenzet.
left, briefs the flyboyson the maneuver about to be unfolded.'
At a public meeting held at
the Teen-Club in Balboa Oct. 16
the following were elected to of office
fice office for the 1959 season:
President : Jack Randall
Vice Presidents: J, C. Cook
and Mark Brandon, Jr.
Business Manager: Harry E.
Player Agent: O. Kiernan
Secretary-Treasurer: Mrs. W.
The Fastlich Teenage League
will he sponsored for the seventh
consecutive year Mr Adalberto
Fastlich. well known Panama
City business man. The follow follow-ing
ing follow-ing lj( a list of the Fastlich'
League teams and their manag managing
ing managing personnel for the coming
PALOMAS: Manager. M. de la
-Peria and Coach A. T. Cotton.
MACAWS: Manager. Robert
Smith and Coach Rogelio Diaz.
PUMAS: Manager. F. E.
Mounts and Coaches Dick Potter
and H. Dempsey.
OCELOTS: Manager. Chief G.
B. Batterton and Coaches Caza Caza-bon
bon Caza-bon and Tarflinger.
PERTCOS: Manager, MSgt.
CONEJOS: Manager, S. Hovan
and Coach S. R. Moody.
Tryouts Nov. 15 and 22
On November 15 all 13-year-
old boys are requested to report
to E. o. Kiernan at 8 a.m. at the
Fastlich diamond. 14 and 15 year
olds are to report at the same
time but on Nov. 22 at the Fast Fastlich
lich Fastlich diamond.
All boys must fill out an ap
plication blank which must be
signed by 'uf"' Barents.' These
forms can b obtained from the
Principal ;of the Balboa Junior
High school on Nov. 4 and must
be returned to the school not
later than Nov. 13..
To be olie'Hle to nlav in the
Fastlich League you must at
tend a. U.S. rate school on the
Pacific side and your "playing
p.ee" must conform to the fol
lowing: a boy win be considered
13 years old when his birthday
falli between 1. 1945 and July 31.'
1946. A boy will be considered 14
years old when his birthday falls
hetween August 1. 1944 and July
31, 1945. A boy will be considered
15 years old when his birthday
rails between August 1, 1943 and
July 31, 1944.
, Upon reporting to the dia
mond each boy will be assigned
a number by which he will be
known to the qualifying Judges
auring me tryouts. After battlnir
practice the boys will be worked
out In groups" according to the
positions requested on appllca
The Fastlich league Is unlaue
In that managers do not request
an ycertain player, the choice
being made by league officials
in an effort to balance each
team. At the conclusion of the
tryouts on Nov. 22 every boy
will be assigned to one of the six
teams afid you will work out
with that team until the team
is cut to 15 players shortly be before
fore before the opening game on Jan.
4. '1959. V- A :.-.-l
It Is urgently requested that
an prospective players be at the
Fastlich Diamond on the design
natM days1 promptly at 8:00
a.m. .' -.''
''WASHINGTON fUPii Presl-
relent Elsenhower played golf on
Thumday afternoon at the Burn Burn-ina
ina Burn-ina Tree Club in nearby Marr-
Spalding Do; 2
Colpan Ford 1
With Bob Boyeron the ball,
Spalding Dot, bounced the front
running Colpan Fordsters. Colpan
Ford motored to a first game win,
but then ran out of gas and Spald Spalding
ing Spalding Dot rolled away, to win the
second and third games.
Spalding Dot Holcomb,. 423;
W. Riley, 402: Nelson, '427; Boy Boy-er,
er, Boy-er, 571; G. Riley, 522.
Colpan Ford A. Roberts, 436;
M. LaBeau, 420; R. LaBeau, 459;
Team. No, 12
Ttiffl 2 1
The two. teams lacking sponsors
met head-04 and Team No. 1 come
out with a two "to one victory.
Team No. 2 put everything Into
5 second game when Ted and
Myrtle Albniton foiled 213 and
202 to assure Team No. 2 of ts
one point. For Team No. 1, Billy
coney naa tne mgnest total, but
nothing to write home' about.
Team No. 1 T. Schmi'dt, 512;
Gunn, 444; Rogers. 76: R.
bennndt, 482; Cofiey, 537.
Team No. 2 T. Albritton, 542;
P. Lane, 343; M. Albritton, 487;
Dube, 511; M. Lane, 493.
Tasco Battery 2
Tahiti Jewelry 1
With the two hichest averaee
rollers of the leagu sparking the
way, lasco ua lery moved into a
tie with Tahiti Jewelry. Thelma
Camby was the big "jewel" for
Tasco Battery Baker. 612:
Lang, 377; T. Lowande, 373; E.
Lowande, 500; Damian, 584,
Tamti Jewery Jamison. 486:
Borgis, 439: Bush, 438; Camby,
496; Kunkel, 475.
Colonial Insurance 3
Colonial Insurance scored the on only
ly only shut-out of the nieht over APA.
Bob Toland, back after two weeks
absence, lead .he policy writers
while his opposing anchor man,
E. Best was tops for the flyers.
Colonial Insurance LUMPP,
470; Coleman. 456: Voss. 461:
Brown.K 406. -Toland, 546.
APA Soyster, 478; P. Best,
360; Mitchusson;5405: Prushiowski.
517; E. Best, 533. '
Teams Won Lost
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer 21 y 11
Turco products ... 2012'
Grecha Music Store . 19 13
Came 1-Winston-Salem 19 13
Boyd Brothers Ins. Co. 19 13
Dlilon-Hickman Constr. 18 14
Ideal, Bread .. 17 15
Canada Dry- jii-Spots 16 16
Bass Shoes'.;";; .. .. 16 16
Paper Mate Pens .. .. 11 21
Pascua! Cookies 9 23
Ebonite Balls" . . 7 25
Averages: Men Nlcklsher 179,
Bleber 170, Rudy 169. Women:
Rudy 157, Metzger 151, Glud 138.
Pabst Blue Ribbon 4, Grecha'
Grecha Music Store played
sour notes on the pins, and were
toppled from. first place by the
defending cnampions, Pabst
Blue Ribbon Beer. Spotting the
Pabsts charnps 49 pins per game
proved fatal to Grecha. In the
opener, Pabst Blue .Ribbon Suds,
did not need the handicap mar margin,
gin, margin, but in the other three points
the extra sticks were very much
welcomed. Pabst took the second
by two pins, the final game by
20 and the total pin was also the
result of their bonus. ; h V
Chess Player Harry Rouse,
proved as proficient on the lanes
as on the, checker: board, when
tie hurled' a 582 handicap series
for .Pabst. His two male pals,
Snapshot Blackie Miller devel developed
oped developed a 514 handicap, and Navy
Dee Carter 634 hdep. For Grecha
Music, "Airmail',' Don Rudy post posted
ed posted a 609 scratch arid 533 hdep,
and Lou Glud ( provided 526
Pascual Cookies 3, Camel,
Winston, Salem, 1 v
It was a rough night for the,
to be the,' hist
"man" for the Pascuals-with: heC-5
519 handicap. Camels alsp had
gal that came through, whenTT
cripple Ann HiU retured to theT theT-bowling
bowling theT-bowling battles and was creditITf
ed with 539 hdep set.",:, 5
Turco Products Z, Ideal Bread '''
The Ideal Bread BakerSi pullecir.S'
a mild upset in splltUngx,wlth-C
the tough Turco products." Thaw""
turks opened up winning by 10515
pins, but- fell flat .whUeOdeaiA
Bread came back -jstrongr anCIr
wiped out the deficit, and a 3i-"":
pin surplus going into the finaCtl'
The Turco's rallied and worrj
the last game by 13 pins buiZt!. buiZt!.-Ideal'tookjthe
Ideal'tookjthe buiZt!.-Ideal'tookjthe TP by 18 maplesXS$
Ed Haynes 509 ,arrd Rose Nick
isner a; 505 notn handicap, ear-
rled.the work: load of Turcos. For5
the Ideal Bread, the three '.'he'C 4
hakers produced the most. Eart !,
Freund s sweeping curve carried4:
off 545, AL Barnes 531 and JiiaXw
Reccia 501, all hdep. t
Boyd Brothers Insurance 4
Paper Mate Fens 0 -:
The Boyd Brothers Insurance."-"
collected plenty of premiums, in
a sweep of their series, against
uic raper anaie rens. tm Kara.
Paul and NUa improved : theif"'r
average ana helped; the Boyd
Brothers cause in'rblling '543 and l ,,
540 .hdep trio. Ginny Deveau .-r1
I helped the family with her 5ll ."J
nacp errort, ana their, overseer ,.,."
Curly Bates completed the pre pre-mium
mium pre-mium collection! with 519 hdcp;ri;,
Ernie Woljtarsky usfd his Paper ,t
Mate to jot down 531' hdep in
the losing bout.
Dillon-Hickman 3 Ebonite 1.
The Dillon Hickman Con-i.
tractors took on an excavatine""""'
project, and buried tbEbonites-
Bailers deeper in the cellar On'-
ly in the last game were the las' las'-placers,
placers, las'-placers, get a breath of the out-1
sids Wbrld in wintiine bv si
pins. The ironic part for Ebbni" r;;5
itA ItlOD thof fn... A Vot. '"(
www taictu AVUl ui uiui xvet
lers went over the 50 hdfcn mm.
ta, however a trio of Dillon Dillon-Hickman
Hickman Dillon-Hickman and women overcame;;;
this by a large output.
Two guys, and a doll did the, .
job ,for the 'Contractors, Vhfi Vhfi-Bob
Bob Vhfi-Bob Carlln and Glenn McNafil VV
put out 510 and 572, and Shirley
Cavanaugh put on the finishing
touches with 555, all handicaps. T
Tres hombres andr una "mujer ;
served the Ebonites well; Mary
Morrow was the "lady" with her
549 hdep. Fred Martinez, Burt J 2
Deveau and Bruce, Morrow; wer-e p
credited with 524, 510 and 53
Canada Dry 2 Bass Shoes 2
The Canada Dry Hl-Spots are
discovering that the big lhandi- f, j,
cap iney are aisnmg out,4s play
lng havoc with their chancei
The soft drink aippers. this week
presented the Bass Shoes 93 pins'"'V
per session. In the lid lifter they
Just managed to kick the Bass
Shoes asile by two sticks. But '-Bass,
Bass, '-Bass, broke the Canada Dry'S
back by winning by 39. f 8'"
In a nip and tuck last stanza
the Hi Spots had to go all out to' ;
win by 19 sticks,, which was1 not' '.-
enough to snare the TP. The big
bright star of the Bass and the v v.
shining .light of ,, he entlreCrt, in
league this week was ouiet Bettyit 4.
McGulre from 15th Naval Dlsfjo
tirlct, when she scored 586 hdcJJ
series, the best in the loop thiS'!!r-,
week. Her commanding officer, s
Don and Gamboa Jim Catronri; ','!.
helped Betty with Identical 5D-
. The HasslerS and ; Metzgers""v
worked mighty hard to get their
500. Ginny Hassler had 12 plntf-'f'
less thah Bruces 535 hdep. arid 4"":,
Mlmi bowed by 5 pins to; her,..,.. 1
man George' ;who tabbed m"tt
hdep, This quartet kept the CaA, CaA,-ada
ada CaA,-ada Dry Spots in the match. , ; r
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Cus D'Amato Is Seen
1 1 Houston QB Reslrir ted Himself
llAt Oklahoma To Play Elsewhere
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PIN POINTS .'..; No.' 6
Perfect Consistent I!
lUatirt 1ATIA1IW MM.!.. I- ai..i- u
nnmu nv I lun iws n now oyivu it cue, women s wvrra
'individual match gam champion 0f 195S, delivers her hook.
b 1 e '' i
V I deflects '"easily'' whe It, comes In
itn rnntant with th nins. 1 l '-
Br JIMMY BRf SUN
NEW YORK' (NEA) -Oklahoma's
speed had been too
much for Pittsburgh all afiernoor
in the 1957 season opener and late
in the last quarter Bud Wilkinson
beean to look around at his bench
Ahead by 26-0 he figured it was
t- good opportunity to give some
subs a chance to Dly.
As Wilkinson began sending in
third and even tourtn stringers,
Lonni Holland,' slim' 21 year year-old
old year-old -junior 'i quarterback' began
sliding down toward the end of
the bench; He ducked his head in
behind 'another player's,: shoulder
and tried to hide.
But as Wilkinson kept -turning
around, and calling ut the play players
ers players he wantedVHolland say he had
to more. So, he flipped himself in into
to into a crouch' alongside the water
boys. and didn't, move- a muscte
when Wilkinson called his A&me
with minute left to-play. ? t -i
i fc tf ttffl I' "I1 'ft1' -i il
. iWhen the. game' ndd Holland
was; relieved. He bad made up
his mind, before the ., game, that
he was before; ;to transfer to a
school which would use him and
if he entered' the game for even
one play i would cost him a ear
of eligibility. V.'l
y A1 couple of days late; ne as
on his way to : the .University 'of
Houston. He sat ,out .the. entire
season as a redshirt,, a playef
who practices but does .not use
his eligibility by playing. -,
This season a junior, as far as
eligibility goes- he's Houston1
top quarterback and had a -lot to
do with the Cougars, winning
three of their first four games.
Holland's case is one of 'the
more interesting illustration? of
the great art of shuffling eJigibili
ty around during college years in
order to have a boy play his best.
. Sornt .ytar bade,' redshirt
meant scrubs. They were not
nearly good enough to play, but
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By HARRY GRAYSON
' WASHINGTON, D.C-' (NEA)-
On Nov. 10, attorneys for the gov
ernment and they International
Boxing Chib Will quietiy and po-
htely turn over court recoros ana
' Ev SYLVIA WENI
iMmir Match Cam Chamaion contact with the Dins
x s1 "'V It is delivered irom the "right
a rilivnp fnm- id'nf th tunp kimed1 irross the
monlyused in bowUng are re- lane into the" 1-3 ticket The fin- resolute enough to come out every
commended." The other two are'gers of the hand are directly un-1 afternoon, and let the varsity
not. ' v derneath the ball witn tne tnumojsiorap on tnem.
tt-'u. t.ii.,ia r 'th I f 19 n'nlntr nn ui),tih HIat a Todav it is a Hplirnte biisinps!
wnicn, in many cases, turns 11110
a farm system for the varsity.. If
a boy is good enough to be. say,
a : tmrd-string tackle as a sppno
afr.itfhf hall- the- hook the urve the ball is released.
and the-'back up. J- r V 'The hook ball is one that tra
The-'straieht ball' is Edod de- els nearly two-thirds of the' way
itverv or -hefiinnefs.Thn nock IS' down' the lane about nine or 10
Michigan University Plans
iNo : bisciblinary ; Action -Against
.'ixm,. uTnx' irfir.i .rTTPt I from Detroit, was found hanginR
nn..,M.., w'f MichiiaB.4nd'- on the. campus. Huthwaile.. With
nO'i ..iirH it would take no it juud mujick,
u t r!tf.frv hfrl' hnarrie fmm thf ri0ht'of th Sul-i more but not r.eadv to 'bef i fa i l .... .1 ..'f..., a ,.uiari ined wpre thft. .student" newspaper fC- MrffM ;;
by 95 per' ctnt of the top-notch-' ter", and then, hooks sharply into tor;' many schools-pariicularly jn(seve; gtudents "charged with par-
're Th Mirve-is merelv a wide-1 the 1-3 Docket '.The hook is im- the South redshirt him.
rnntrnl. Th. hack-uD. or reverse Darted because the thumb, in Conference rules require four
rmvMk the- least effective and Dbsition at what would be 10 years of football, Including the
annt tirpenm to dt-liver
Dipardini t curve" and back.
nn. let's discuss' the straight and
hnnk varieties. The straight ball is withdrawing later.
just what the Bame;imple-s onq. ..Work to perfect
o'clock on a dial, slides from the freshman year,- to be completed
ball first, followed by the upward, within five years. This leaves a
lift of the hand with the fingers year to play with.
' -ii i . f 1 i i' r .!'. C .. v aa at A U!aa
. So you redshirt ths promising
a v consistent sopn,- a.eep ninv on ice praoiice
tolled straight to the feins with no hook, and your scores will, be con- field to allow him to mature, He
tare ,or curve. It ,1s the easiest sistently higher. " t can PrSress, academically to a
-Searn to control,- especially for' . . f H Juniorw-that'a no concern of the
, I casual bowler, ,but is hot the h NlJXT:
:mat strike-getter because th7 baffi steps?
iVfebn TKO's Favored West
f ol GaptUreiFort Kobbe : Post
Thrpft. four or five coach.i.AU he caret about it be-
J t ... .TIV ;t T,-f.. w.. l., .i. ..i r" : . J'. '..
mg a Die w stana up..ai a luncnt
eon the, next seasoniand wall a
bout his inexperienced sophomore
tackle, who has i had two solid
years of practice in him
-Hollands Case is, of course.
unique.- lie wasn't getting. any
where at Oklahoma, so decided to
look out tor himself during. the
Pittsburgh, game. -He reshirted
himself to save a year's play.
But in most instances it is
practice designed to go all the
mileage possible out of prime
beef on tieats. 1
' Gerry Wilsbn, Fort1 XobWs lat latest
est latest surprise pacKage unioaoeu a
right1 square on the button sl fa favored
vored favored Hillye-Wei lo gam TKO
and tha dosi .heavvweifiht cham-
pionsh,p Mifmntches heia at Jian- ers dropped
1 Thurman Jefferson or Fort Kob Kob-bfe
bfe Kob-bfe decisioned Luis Ibarra of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, Charley Adkins gained a
unanimous decision over John Par Parker
ker Parker of Fort Clayton and Bob Cath-
a split decision 10
Uipating in football card rackets
unui meu vuui .imisuvvh.
Dean 'of -Men .Walter B.
Rea said' .V clidn'f; ''anticipate
v,t wa will dn morA than Inter
view thes men in the' meantime''
-Rea aid City pouce ouiciaw
would meet with school s admlrus-
.r.tnr. aTl IW.xt WeeTt to dlSCUSS
facts pertinent to the case. But
emphasized tlia university
planned no investiagtion, of i its
hiub atintil af Are the trials. ;
"We do not want to interfere
with the police investigation"
Rea said, He" said after the- guilt
.i innnr-pnc tf the 'seven.Mnclud
inrr first ttrini? fullback Tony Rio
and baske baU teamcaptaia Jack
Lewia, had, been., aeiernvneu ; uy
the courts,- the 'cases would be
referred to the University's Joint
Judiciary v,Council for further ac-
Early today anstngy ot oanon
Hnthwaite. 20-year-old i u n t r
.Ear 4.- i t '' s rt'iidimsiu, jnuiuitti- w raiiaiua.
T West', who had already' 'decked At intermission a" wrestling
last year s .rAAi. iiihiv"'-. ;..: mswi, s n -r.
lace Ryan,' earlier this season, one-round free-for all slugging fest
was down on the Canvas in the o- featuring six San Bias Indians,
pening stania biji got up and we ?
s.'TuVe hou,w d Armed Forces
V10US -ooxing exiicr,em.o umi mai mai-d
d mai-d out1 of his corner at the outset
of the second round and dropped
hit foe for the second time.; West
managed to make it" to his fee.
again out was immediately uu uu-receiving"
receiving" uu-receiving" end-of a 7 vicious right
'cross. that put out the-lights. West
"h t h canvas. Rot up,"- eu. rouea
VVVl aim. BWiuunni.:' ...... . w -JArtJ Uw
cet un asami' however, reieree wuu uuxuauieui, Bpunouicu uy
. r ? j Uv. B.niMi llkrlln rllnh whtnh
To Participate In
Members of the armed forces
in the Canal 2one will take part
in' the Seventh Annual Marlin
Biie s.epped in and i.op-
ped. me oout. ',''-
Atter tne maico wei was ap approached'
proached' approached' by Jorge,. Acosta, train-
'standing heavyweight; Acosta of
fered o tram him in ew iur
City-'' on a one-' year-iai
v.i "e Kouoe' havyweigxit g.s
tUw oi tne Army In approximately
tight or nine months. : "
jiven ater.West' TKO loss, A A-costa
costa A-costa said,. ."The" iad displays;, a
In nf f ehc ana oourace. and 1 be-
W lieve he can become a polished
, Adam .Gutierret banged out a u-
nan mnni" defcisiOO i OVe." ; Unosiy
- Beltrain in tha -evening'! first
- "'V,'' ttd.-'i.ivl '.'Vrfa Me u.
Bit'.t I-egart mixing ti up with- Gu.
tirrs iandina the better blows.
i.u.ierrez wu represen, Kobbe in
tne tywe'gtti div sion of the com
ins PAAF fisticuffs.
.n ih aeond title bout of', the
-tvening, I title gained a. split
i,n..nvpK Vinnis Mircocco '0
; capture the Kobbe' weuerwegni
t; X Tue Dita cartic ea. V..ug V..ug-ii
ii V..ug-ii in the first round and in the
second stania Murdocco hit v the
deck Both Ured id ihe final three
- Minutes' but Lit ie hung :on to win.
' In other bouls Jerry, Dawson,
the PAAF "57 bantamwe'gnt
champ, lost a split decision.to El-
tls Hene-y o. Panama, and a
. bewiHered Ar Johnson, who fa.
Y tored a x cut oVer ; his left eye,
dropped a split, decision to Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's Pat Allen..
. The judgej had Dawson and
Hnnerv even followiha the first
ntmas, but the Panama Doxer i n-
d strong in the final sitina l
, ... -ii-? p-rca coi cn iy in
)o"h 'the second and third' rounds
t f iuiimrtani decis on over
CHIT PORT! ,
" thet Forte,' 6nly 5 feet, 8 inches
tall, was a phenomenal basket basketball
ball basketball player at Columbia in an era
during which big men a foot, or so
taller dominated 'the ,gme. Two
years ago he not only was select selected
ed selected on the United Press All-America'
team but wai named basket basketball's
ball's basketball's player of the. year. Forte,
like most cood little men. ; was a
tremendous all handler, bufe it
Was his superlative shooting eye
that 4 made him famousi ; Several
times during his career he popped
in 40 or more poults in a game
Whatever happened to Chet
Forte? The! son of a physician,
Forte now is medical technician
in a Hackensack, J. hospital
the Panama Marlin Club, which
will be in progress from Novem November
ber November 8 tol6
. U.S. Army 'Caribbean Special
Services has Announced that
three J-boatC will be used, with 0BJ0HN' aCES BESMANOFf
persorifiw eit;ci,cu. Dy pysi- NEW YOP.K UPI)Mike De
manders on; a most aesemng i johll .of Syr.cuge) N. y. and
basis. , , Germany's Will Besmanoff will
A $15 entty lee "must oe paia me4!t in a in-round iheavvweleht
by all participating i fishermen Dout .t -Madison Square Garden
NEW YORK (UPI) -r- Barney
Kremenko of the New York' Jour
nal-American has been elected
chairman of the New York chap
ter of the Baseball Writers Assoc!-
f I mtmwt At A rm at- .a i -.- i f- A ..."'..
mvu ui ni"Kiiv,t ....4. .j.. -i.
,and those selected to go on the
J-boats must also pay. an aaai aaai-tional
tional aaai-tional $13.34 for fuel and over overtime
time overtime costs for the crew;
The military craft will go out
for two four-day periods. ; the
first excursion scheduled' for
November 8-11 and the next be
tween November .13-16,
mm. AlrrVit riati annrta flshpr-
men from Panama, the' Canal OBTAlM DEPENSEMAN
Sle" ..-J iZzL f th"u CLEVFXAND (UPI) The
world -win-roam the waters of. Cleveland Barons of the Ameri Ameri-ZL
ZL Ameri-ZL r., in nuest of marlin. Hockey Uague haveobtained
Skeet shooters will contend lor
the Leonard Campbell Memorial
Trophy tomorrow at iu:au 4
t thp nrlstobal Gun Club.j.
v RaiaMve .. abilities, among the
regular practitioners of the fast
shot-gun game naving iiucmui iiucmui-ed
ed iiucmui-ed widely in recent .weeks, the
outcome of the contest is any
body' guess. ; n.,, r ' :r
w Rowland '.' seems to be
Btmroachlna- the peak of Ihla
nd has run straight sev
eral times lately, as has Wiltz
Schexnayder, Walter Johnston
in about due for the same .feat,
ta wuptar can do it any 'time
he concentrates, and several new
hanria vv nrobressed .' to the
r.nit where anvinine cuuiu.
i f n
The shoot is" ndt restricted to
members of the Cristobal Gun
Club, and contestants from the
pacific side will be welcome to
demonstrate how the clays we
..... ...jb k4 aham 4-VaAVtf ".;vl
Amateur Killed ;
' SOUTHAMPTON, England, Oct
31 (UPI) Millionaire golf- am
ai-nr Philio Serutlon. who reenr
lv spent nearly $90,000 for fishing
riehts on a river was killed Thurs-
;o na rt miPrt nf nmrlin cn jockey league nave omainea aay mgn wnen u x.uy..
were the. student newspaper
porters who aided pouce in tueir
-Huthwaite ana MuncK jonea
the ring to push ticket and get
information on how the group op
erated, Huthwaite was granted
police 'protection Wednesday after
he said he received several
threatening telephone calls, .r
j Besides kio ana Lewis, me live
studen s charged -with, participat participating
ing participating in the ring, profits of which
have ,been estimated between $3, $3,-500
500 $3,-500 and $10,000 weekly, were;
Carl .' Riseman, 21, De-roit; asso
ciate sports editor of the Micn Micn-igan
igan Micn-igan Daily; Mike Dodgson, Grand
Kaptds, Mich.; jnick Miiea,
Ecorse,' Mich, ; John Mi'Ier, Utica
Mich.; and Durwood Collins, of
All -were charged wi'h selling
the tickets at $1 each, a misde
meanor for which conviction
could mean a maximum penalty
of 90 days in 'jail and $100 f.ne.
Ortiz To Vaii
Despite Recent Win
Over British Chamn
LONDON (UPI)-Young Carlos
Ortiz said todav he'I wait sx
months before challenging lor the
world lightweight title de-sp i t c
Tuesday ; night's impressive Vi
tory over British champion Dave
Charnley. f '
; .'i'm nn a-aativ vet.-' exDiainea
the 22-year-old New Yorker who
had given American ring prestige
a needed boost before a seuoui
frowd of more than 10,000 at the
final boxing show in- Harnngay
" don"- want to fight for the
title how," said the stocky, black-
haired 'boxer-puncher, who had
b'oodied both of the English
snuthDaw's eves while easily win-
; t I .. C . 4 U Ann'i
s "Give me another six months
and a few more figh s; then la
be afier the title," he concluded,
Puerto Ricaniborn ; Carlos, 1 now
ranked third among contenders
for the 135-pound, crown, broke
the American bad luck streak
with the first U.S. boxing victory
on -Engl'sh i soil-; in four months,
ft udded- by four U.S.o.defeatg and
one draw. It was his 28th win ''n
30 professional bou'.s. He lost only
once and bad a no-decision, affair.
K-i i. fiahw .it. iriji from Providence for a player to
, A S!. med later. Robertson. spent
l J I& a UUb VIIIj w vsk w, m ------ t
area and 50 miles south of a line
from Plnas to Cane Mala.
, The rendezvous areas again
will be ft Coco Point and Plnas
Bay. n There will b provisions
made for, fuel airf Ipe at both
plares,N along with registered
scales, sw,' m!;
105 minutes in the penalty box
last season.; 1i".,'-.
WINS MID-ATLANTIC H
HOT SPRINGS, Va. (UPI) (UPI)-Mrl
Mrl (UPI)-Mrl Allen. oromlnent radio and
TV tportscaste'r, will be the guest
Scru ion's oassenaef. 27 year
ttd golf pro John Pritchett;1 also
was k l ed. The driver ol. tne true
which was knocked 50 feet' into
rnariainV hrnsh. was' iniured
firmtmn" was rated one of .Brit
ain'i too amateur colfers and phy
ed on three British Walker Cup
. V-.!i,"-H.:":'.rTT.""" IT 111 1 1 iJa
reason that the promoter is Harry;'-J t
Levene, who Is a rival of Jack So-; -.1.
lomons. The latter, is, of course v
with the IBC. ;
D'Amato has gone to the br!c
of ruin frith his fighter Since win-:
briefs and make final statements ning the title trom Archie Moore, ; -feeking
of logic to nine solemn he has had. Patterson in a series
UsticeS Of the Supreme Court. : w amaimg, unpruiessjuuai uin.-,
There will be' ho courtroom his-! es which left promoters broke, tba
trionics. A loud Voicff is frownad puwic disgustea ana tne expert ..
on in the marble-hailed -building: smirKing.-
housing the nation's highest court) 4-r r;. : - ,- ..
The Justices-will take a .day or I i The Cooper affair is the lates, ,
two investigating whether Judge As a match, it is nothing. It figur figur-Sylvester
Sylvester figur-Sylvester Ryan was correct in ruU es to. do nothing for tne bauiy-,
' a J J l a. e 1
ing the IBC a monopoly and order- neeuea ueveiopmeni oi ms cnara cnara-ing
ing cnara-ing it to-give Up one of its two pion. : -V f -network
television programs. -' .M But D'Amato think tt is going
men in proper iime;-a ween io w v auu umv v
even a couple of months; the d-icares about. s
cision will ne announced. u ,r2 ; v
want a Uttle fight talk here, Uie inia u a tKuAut.,xnere.art
price is somethine like 2-1 th no compromises during a cru,ia e.
court will uphold Judge Kyan ana iiu jigm ia we ueaiu. tun iu
in doing so turn professional; box-1 tense, of times unfatnom able sla.e sla.e-ing;
ing; sla.e-ing; upside down. t' i: ments, ; his cops-and-robbers sus
r ,t i ; jj.u.un, ins HH.uiai a uiiiv tu I ti
lt will be done with sedateness ate almost every snorts breathihg.
and restraint and. it will; seem all are part Of ihis.f
strange because the man i who i k' i -,
probably caused most of the com- Yet even D'Amato's detractor!
motion is Cus ti Amato. 1 : admire- him;5 As a manager mter-
1 1 ested only in the advancement and
IN NEW YORK, THERE Is financial eain of his tieer. he has
placd called Union Square only done evervthine wona. but vou
a few steps from D'Amato a gym-1 can't fault iiis willingness to scrap r!
nasium where for many r years u out with the beak busting trist.
Communists and great dissenters By this time, everybody knowi
would stand on park benches and that this fellow means it. He hat
scream soeeches about ,the gov-, COurage to spare.
ernment 'until a Crowd would col-; r ; f
lect and begin 'arguins with them.! i And the loud professional xealot!f ,J
Other?, not gifted iWith sfr oh g may come out of it w.th every every-Vocai
Vocai every-Vocai cords, would 'parade aroti" thing he wants. Ii the quietness r s
with signs (''Subway Riders. 'j(U- nl a Sttnreme Court the battle he4J
nite Back Socialism'!.) has been-waging for two' years
: li Amato would nave Decn me may ena wim me moiiopuiy wrec i :
breatest thine1: in; Uniott' Square ed. - ;"'
history if he had chanced to wand-1 ;
er irom ms pay pnone, ponce qoh n juuge nyan is oacKea Dy tne ij
and fighters in the gym across tne court, tne ibu must give up oas
itreeti'fff!i-J-? ' I of its two weekly I V sliowi- j
- HerO iis the kealot who Is pre- is.what Cus D'Amato lias ''" 'ed
hared to eo. to the. death in his for. .This iB what -he may set.
bate with the International Box-j It is hard to believe, mu the
ing f Cluo. A;ei i turnea aown ( an guy may come out a winner. i
authentic? $300,000 television con- 1
tract for a December title match,)
Involving his champion, Floyd .Pat Nix DEFiNiTtLY out
terson; at Madison Siuare Garden y
-not promoted by the. IBC- be-i WASHINGTON (UPI) Wash-
cause ne sunnotiDTeaiy ieii p- .ingion nensKins luoacn job iviihw1-'
would be giving1 comfort to the ich has listed defensive halfback
NOW HE APPARENTLY plans
to have Patterson meet Henry
Cooper in London- a' poor match
at the very best for the simple
Dovle Mix as a nositive rin-
starter against Pittsburgh Sim Sim-day.
day. Sim-day. Nix broke his hand in the
Baltimore game last week and
has been sidelined as one of the':
"walking wounded," w"
RAGS TO ROYAL-- T It
didn't take Darrell Royal long
to bring Texas back. Complet
ing the first half of the sched schedule
ule schedule all-conquering in the form former
er former All-America quarterback's se
cond year, the Longhorns shad
ed Tulane and Oklahoma.
Along The Fairways
, OCTOBER PWGA
The. October PWGA tournament
lield recen ly at Sum ml Hit 8
uoif course was one of tne most
successful in recent months; ;
Close to 42 women golfers par
ticipated for the attractive prizes
selected oy ciud representative
Louise Jones and donated by: Na Na-ional
ional Na-ional Distillers, PAA, Jack Schore,
D. Egolf, L. Jones. The .: Summit
Club helped get the tournament
underway by serv ng hot ; coffee
and doughnuts, to participants.
, Glnny Senn, a fairly new mem member,
ber, member, was big winner for the Iday,
Pearl Trim took low gross hon
For the Best ;s
in, news? and. entertainment "-Z't
' 840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
WACDONALPt MUlR LTD a DUtlllett Ltlth'i'SiotU'iii
bama's annual homecoming game
aea nst Georgia Saturday. Alien
was graduated from, Alabama in
' PITTSBURGH (UPD-The Pitts-putCHASi CONTRACT -burgh
Pirates Thursday' an-. MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI) The
nounced the signing nC catcher I st j Louis Cardinals have pur-
Rodger Lynwbod Beard, 18, 1 chased., the contract of outfielder
Spring City,'' Pa., to a contract
with Wilson, N.C.; in the Class B
rarolina League. Pearl bits and
throws right handed.- He is .5-11
and weighs 170 pounds. . It
of honor at the 'University of Ala-thought exclusive fishing, .rights
on a S X-iniie s icu-u,ui nip ii"
Taw, In Devonshire,, earlier ; this
month. The river la noted for sal salmon
mon salmon fishing.; ;
BOSTON (UPI) tfatchmnk"r
Johnny Buckley said Tuesday
hat Joe Di
Jesse I Douglass from the Mem
phis Red Sox of the Negro Amer
rcan Leazue. Do"$ i wl! reoir
to : he Cardinal's Omaha clul
Nucct of Newton
Mass., will meet Ch'co Vejar f
5 amford, Conn., in a 10 round
ut a Bos'on Garden; Nov; 27.
Da Nuccl has won 16 straight
libs.' Southern ;
To Eer ;Hajorj;
Ea'rly r e p o r 1 6 on Mississippi;
Southern's 395 football' schedule
Indicate the ? nation's top '. ranked
"'small college": team, may sooti
graduate to a "major" category.
: The classification by the NCAA
are based, strictly", on the football
schedules and not the number o
students., To be considered malnr,
a school must play- at leas hsli
Us games against major oppon
ents for two consecutive Reasons
Already lined up-.a5fl foes for
Southern ir- Auburn. North Cr"
Una State, Texas A4M, .Vitginit
Tech' and West Texas State.
: Southern! athletic department
har had trrfuble 1 over, the naf
years getting top-rated oppositlor
for the seldom beaten Southern
i Mississippi, "which has few
students than Southern, and Mis
slsilppl State have r-p' i
elude Southcrd oil ther achedules.
iff . t
it n "t f
""I 502i. (m& OS? '.
v. m ii3 $
ui ) emu p
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' TBlf. PANAMA AMERICAN ..'mi. AN INDEPENDENT DAILY KZWSPJPEet
S ATTJRDAT, NOVEMBER
' FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
, THIS SPACE 13 FOR SALE
TOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0743
Miscellaneous I I Boats & Motors
.: 41 II
..y..-.'.--;-; f" J sr v
1 Resorts ) ;tfm6ftsj
Spaitd yaiir watMiiai ar
Mar. tha bait batch in na-
public, with eomm-
ditie. opan ty ni nish. 'Ilia
ntw minnament it ai veur erv- :
FOR SALE: Cabin buiinaii. bar
and railauranr at Riomar, Saa
CarKi. Tal 3-6413, 3-1147 ar
FOR SALE: Conereta houta at
Santa Clara, furniihad, raaon raaon-abla
abla raaon-abla prica, tarmi tonsidarad, in information
formation information Balboa 4319.
FOR RENT: Gramlieh'i Santa
Clara houta, opan for Nov. and
Dac. Maka your ratarvationl
arlv. Alio opan for impaction to
anyone intawted in buyina, in in-',
', in-', formation lalbaa 4319.
PHILLIPS OeeaMide CoHaflat
Santa Clara R
nam J-IItT Criirobal I-I67S.
FOR RENTs--Modern chalat,
three bedrtomi. two bathroom!,
hot watery maid'i room with
bathroom. Phono 3-3 170.
FOR RENT: Comfortsble home,
four bedrooms, two batht, tine
residential area. Call telephones
3-1743 or 2-2267, Fansma.
, Sp.4 Taylor J. Smith was the
honor graduate for the enlisrW
bourse at the USARCARIB Chemi Chemi-cal,
cal, Chemi-cal, Biological and Radiological
'School which ended last week. As Assigned
signed Assigned to Headquarters, USAR-
ri h. is on duty with the
housing branch, AG Section.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE. Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
inc. air (are, transfer, tours,
and deluxe hotel
leave evev Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama 3-16C1
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
euaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
155 Central Ave.
With built-in Universal
1 1 itiui
amp Lvw-- laj
MAKING UP YOUR OWN HI-FI?
We have in stock the famous Garrard RC88 and
RC98 record-changers the most fool-proof. Our
prices art lower than States price. We have ac accessories.
cessories. accessories. Special discbunts for our C.Z. friends.
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Central 26-109 Calidonla
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fer fer-nished
nished fer-nished apartments, decorated by
well known Interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and -24 hour
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deco Deco-racion"
racion" Deco-racion" stare In Edificie Cmpa
Alegra on Via EspaAa acres! from
Hotel El Panama Hiltn- Tala Tala-phone
phone Tala-phone 3-7425S, r
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American1 neighbors, all
type and price, Tel. 2-3343."
FOR RENTS-Small apartment
with modern conveniences in
residential" section, SO Street No.
41, Bell Vista.
FOR RENT: Campo Aleere.
Exceptional nice furnished on
room apartment, near El Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, hot water, call 3-1789.
FOR RENT: Nice apartment:
threa bedrooms, two bathrooms,
parlor, dinint room, maid's room
and garage, hot water. 48th St.
Na. 23, Apt. No. 2.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, independent service, beach
front, San Francisco, Second
Avenue No. 1. Phone 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Apartment, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living-dining room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, independent service, San
Francisco de la Caleta, First
Avenue No. 43. Phono 3-1221.
FOR RENT: Apartment stylo
chalet in Bella' Vista, 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, living-dining room,
hot' water, service room, garage.
No. 26, 48th Street. $135.00.
Semifinished, information 47th
Street No. 17, upstairs. Tel. 3 3-1551.
1551. 3-1551. FOR RENT; Two bedroom
apartment. Cuba Avenue No.
40-50 (Exposition), apartment
No. 9. Phone 3-3329.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,.
ment,. apartment,. Military inspected, $55.00.
Phone 3-2068, Via Porras No.
FOR RENT: Luxuriously fur furnished
nished furnished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
service, telephone and 24-hour
watchman. Ask at "Arte y Deeo Deeo-racion"
racion" Deeo-racion" Store in Edificio' Campo
Alegra on Via Espaiia across from
Hotel El Panama Hilton, tele telephone
phone telephone 3-7425.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House.
Beautiful two-bedroom apartment
dining, living, kitchen, porch,
two baths, maid's room and ga garage.
rage. garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to 12 noon.
Iran Of Signing
Pact Wilh U.S.
TEHERAN, Nov. 1 (UPI) -Russia
accused Iran toaav of sien
ing a military agreement with the
United S ates and cancelled a
.i:heduled state visit by President
The Iranian, government denied
that any such agreement had been
The note was received at the
Foreign- Mhrstry here today and
taken to Foreign Minister Ali Asg Asg-har
har Asg-har Hekhiat for immediate study.
Ministry sources said, however,
that no 'reply would be made be before
fore before tJn".rptiirn tn tho rantal in
the Shah and Premier Manutscher
Eghbah They are presently at
Gorgan for land dis ribution cere
Government circles here were
of the opinion that the Soviet note
was sparked by local press re reports
ports reports which speculated that a new
mil tary deal between Iran and
the U.S. had been worked out dur during
ing during he recent visit here of U.S.
Defense Sec-etary Neil McElroy.
Government osurces insi'ed no
new defense pacts had been sign
ed during the U.S. visitor s saty.
'i; Between' 9th.. &'
'V4B.'. Stretts, Colori
Opposite Ban Nacional
Just received a new ship shipment
ment shipment of ladies and chil children
dren children s wear at State ;
Your visit will be appreciated
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OCT AGENTS OR OCR OFFICES' AT mr "H" STREET, PANAMA LIBRERIA FRF.CIADO t Strtet Re. M 1 AGENCIAS
INTERNAL- OK PUBLICACIONES No. 3 Lottery Flaia CASA ZALDO Cwilral Av. 41 a) LOURDES PHARMACY1M La CimMiiill FARMAOA LOM-BAROO-Ne:
3S,B". Street a MORRI90N-4U! trf July Ave A J St. LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvell No. 4 FARMACIA WTADOS UNIDOS 141 Cntoal.e.
I'ARMACIA LUX-lfis Central Avtnna HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fee. "a la Owe Ava. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Jiute Arewmena Ave. aad St.
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS SO Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO-PaTq no Lefevre'T Street FARMACIA "SAS1 Via PORRAI JU MOVED ADS
ATHIS Bcilda tha BaUa Vtata Theatra COLON OrFICEt IStB Street an Aaiador Guerrero Ma. U.21L .,',,.
FOR SALE: .1955 Mercury.,
Monterrey, hardtop convertible.
Good dean car in excellent on-.
tfition.. 5 wsw tires almost newT -radio.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1950 2
door, sedan, $250.00. Call Gam-f-boa
FOR SALE: 1957 Morris
"1.000". traveler in excellent
condition, very economical. .'
Phone, Balboa 2871.
FOR SALE c-1956
wtires and extras.
FOR SALE: 1957 Taunus 15M,
German Ford, excellent cendi-,
tion, two-tone, white iidewall,
Tel. Albrook 7108.
FOR SALE: .1957 Chevrolet 2
door, hardtop, power glide, ra radio,
dio, radio, electric ww, w.s.w. tires,
low mileago, excellent conditio,
Call Balboa 2943.
SAVE MONEY V
EXCELLENT OPORTUNITIES ..
Autos Eisenmaii,' S.A. Offer
the Beit Used Car in Panama.
1957 Chevrolet BolAir 4 DR.
radio, WW tires, stand, trans.
1956 Oldsmobil "88" Holiday 4
DR, Hardtop, tutone, radio, W
SW tires, power brakes tr steer
1956 Chevrolet, 4 DR Sedan, tu tutone,
tone, tutone, radio. Excellent condition.
1956 Dodge Sta. Wagon Subur Suburban
ban Suburban V-8, radio, power steering
brakes, radio, tuton. Very
1 955 Chevrolet, BelAir, tutone, -:
radio, WSW tires. Perfect v
chaoical cond. .f-
1956 Oldsmobila Super f'88"
Holiday, Hardtop, 2DR, tutono,
radio, WSW tires, power brakes
Jetaway hyd. trans. Perfect con condition.
dition. condition. 1954 Ford 4DR Sedan, radio,
atand. trans. Very good car.
1953 DeSoto, 4 DR Sedan tutone,
radio, Stand, trans.
1953 Mercnry Sta, Wagon, 4DR
2 tone, radio. Excellent cond.
Open all Day. Next to Coca-Cola
Co. Tels: Pmo. 2-2616 2-4966.
FOR SAL: 1958 Ford four
door sedan, with radio. Custom
Deluxe. Less than 6500 miles on
it. Will trade on small car Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent electric typewriter, I.B.M.
Call Tel. 2-3069, Balboa.
FOR SALE-56 Morris Minor,
4 door hardtop, like new. $950.
Call 828, 3427.
FOR SALE: 1959 Ford 4-deor
sedan. Inquire at 0844, Gavilan
Read, Balboa (beside Cable of office).
fice). office). FOR SALE: 1952 Willy, Station
Wagon, exoellent condition.
Second Street, Pueblo Nuevo No.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 2 door
black and white 1955, radio,
hydromatic, mileage 32,686.
$1200 00, cash only. Call lal
FOR SALE:! 949 Mercury, duty
$200.00. Balboa 2-2787 or
750A, Balboa road.
Masses for Father
Win Over Claims
Of His Children
ELIZABETH. N. J mvir
Will of a New irovirlpnre TV T
man who left his four 'children
on'y $50 each but provided $40, $40,-000
000 $40,-000 fo: Masses for th nnu m
h s own soul was upheld by a tn tn-:on
:on tn-:on County judjie yesterday.
Judge John K. Barepr nrrlora
the will of the la e Ernest nitt.
man Sr. to be probated.. He held
that Bittman's four children failed
lo prove their father lacked the
mental capacity to draw up his
v -i :
Bittman, who died at theage of
io, arew un tne conirovers-ai will
in 1957. The four, children 1 said
that in 1954 Bittman had drawn
up a wjll which .left them his en-
i-e estate. They asked tha' the
ater will he thrown out in favor
of the earlier one.
Bittman's children were identl
Red Sf Mrs, Alice Cantelmo, of
west Enclewood, N. J., Ernes
Jr. and Wai'er. both of New Pro
vtdence ind Mrs. Anns Stark, of
OICORATION FOR CHURCHILL
HOQUEBBUNE, France (UPI)
Sir Winston Churchill travels to
Paris next 'Wednesday to receive
one of France s highest decora
tions '. from Gen. Charles de
Gaulle. The two men had some
sham differences of ooinion dur during
ing during World War II. Churchill will
receive, the. Order of. Companion
of the Liberation at ceremonies
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 13
: cik ft., excellent 'condition, 60
cycle, $250.00. No, 43, Call
95. Saa Fraitcitcov .'; :.:-.
k FOR SALE: Springs 1 2.50,
Mattreese 8.00." Chairs 2.50,
Double Beds j Complete from
39.00, Hollywood Beds from
v 3 9.00, China Closets 15.0Q,
' Mahogany Dining1 Suites from :
30.00, Metal Dining Table 9.00,
Wrought Iron Livinf and Dining
Room Suites, Jnnerspring Mat -tresses,'
etc. CASH r CREDIT,
WE DELIVER. HOUSEHOLD EX.
' CHANGE. 41 Auto Row. We Pay
Cash or Your Old Furniture.
Sunday mornine at 8:30 the
Curundu Protestant Church' will
begin their first session of a
Spanish Sunday School, under
tne airectton of Mr. ana Mrs.
William Eve. alonit with other
teachers and helpers.
Classes have been set un for
ehildren, young people, and a a-dults.
dults. a-dults. It will close at 9:15 a.m.
In time for the opening of the
English Sunday School which
begins at 9:30 a.m. Spanish
speaking families are invited to
At the Morninjr Worship serv
ice the choir will sing under the
direction of Mrs.' Harold Adolph
a number entitled, "Rise, My
Soul! Behold Ifs Jesus." The
nasotr will deliver ahother mes
sage ; in- the series on. Abraham.
His message will be entitled,
"Godx GivesiiAbraham a Sign,"
based on Genesis 17 Sunday in
the church will be Missionary
Day and the Lord's Supper
At-6 p.m. the youth groups
rtovemBer; Rainiest Month Of Year,
Runs 10 In. At Balboa 22 Cristobal
The following weather conditions
-ei based pn past i records and
may: be expected to occur in the
Canaif Zonej: and vicinity during
Weather: Maximum rainy-season
conditions;-usually occur dur during
ing during the month of November. There
is however, considerable variation
in the amount of rainf all from
year to year. v .'"
Normally i total of 10.21 inches
may be expected at Balboa
Heights, 13.72 inches ai Jaaau
Dam, and w.aa mcnes i viii viii-bal,
bal, viii-bal, but the range from wettest to
driest Novembers on record are:
ohm tA a.a2 inches at' Balboa
Heights, 36.22 to 3.08 inches at
Marirlim Dam. and .06 to 6.63
inches at Cristobal. .1.
Measurable rain will be likely
to' occur on 22 days distributed ov
er 78 hours at Bamoa neignis ana
5s'Hv and 153 hours at Cristobal.
Clouds and Sunshine: Mostly
cloudy skies will, prevail during;
November, but there wul be ; an
avorae of about 5 hours of sun
shine per day or 42 percent of the
possible amount. -EMc!
Micthttime and early-morn
me foes may be expected quite
frpnuentlv over the Gaillard Cut
section of the Canal and the cen
trsi sprtion of the Isthmus along
the Tran-Isthmlan fllsnway' DUl
none are likely to occur at either
rannl entrance., ''.
Most of the fogs form around
midnight and may be expected to
dissipate before s:30 a.m.
Temoeraturt: November is nor
maUy the cgoles.t month of the
year. The average aif temperature
will be approximately 80 degrees.
Daily maximum.; and minimum
temperatures will average 85 and
73 riper on the Pacific: side and
84 and 75 degrees oh the Atlantic
Highest and i lowest November
temoeratures on record are 94 and
65 degreesvout .tnese ( ao iw.jw-
pnr frenuentiv. ; :
Relative Humidity: November is
our most humid month with aver-
affea nf: about 88 percent reiauve
humidity at Balboa 'Heights, 90
nercent at Madden Dam and 86
nprsnt at Cristobal.
Winds and Storms: November is
the last month'of the -; hurricane
ann. Thpse troolcal.storms oc
casionally form in the. Caribbean
k nrt mnvo northward but their
utual naths are too far north of
Panama to esusedamaglng winds
rin tho Isthmus. tr
etnirn. nt tho "Norther" type
sre sometimes experienced when
strong "high-pressure areas of the
temperature zone, exiena ir
nough southward to ettect istn
They ere characterized by two
or three day ot strong northerly
winds and high seas on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Coast and almost continuous
heavy rains with resultant floods.
Such storms and floods occur-
red during the month ot Novem
1 FOR SALE Mahogany cheat of
.1. drawers, mad by Cewes, make-
'if gany dask-drossing table, cons'
binatien with'1 6 large! drawer.
Tel. Balboa 2494. v v
'-v FOR SALE:' Janssen piano,
i $275. Royal portable, $30.00.
; 0424-B, Vnado Street,; Ancon,
' 2-241 U r
, FOR .SALE: 1 1 ft. hot point,-
refrigerator; good condition. $175.
Tel. 3-6490. M
'Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be
received in the Cristobal Housing
, Office until 10:30 a.m., Novem November
ber November 20, I95, and then pened i
in public, for tho privilege of
gathering coconuts In the Cristobal-Rainbow
Area, Form of proposal with full
particulars may be obtained from
tho Housing Manager, Cristobal.
FOR SALE : Combination Tele Television
vision Television record player ''Motorola",
chaise longe, Westhinghouso re-
frigerater, Bandlx automatic -washing
machine, 60 cycle, good
condition, Other Hems. House 7 7-46,
46, 7-46, Las Cruces St. Balboa.
FOR SALE r Vacuum cleaner,
best canvas, wide daer horns,
mounted coil -: spring; crochet
bedspread,-cuckoo clock, 11-31 I
St. across frm Tropical Theater.
will meet for their worship un under
der under the direction of their coun counselors.
selors. counselors. The Evening Gospel Hour
will be highlighted by congrega congregational
tional congregational singing and a message
based on God's Word, "How to
Know God's Will." i
Other services and meetings at
the church are: Spanish Bible
Class on Monday at 7 p.m. On
Wednesday at 7 p.m;! is prayer
Meeting. The study will' be bas based
ed based On Revelation 1. On the same
evening at 8 the choic will re
hearse. Thursday at 7 p.m. the
monthly meeting of the Sunday
School Teachers and Workers
will meet. On Friday at 7 p.m,
the of flclal board will meet;
ber in 1862, 1876, 1879, 1885, 1909,
lflIE mm J 1A
Local thunderstorms will occur
frequently during the month: Oth'
erwisn toinria nvr th AtUntip
Coast will generally be light and
varianie with an average .velocity
ot to 12 .miles per hour. . ,y
Northwest winds will prevail OV'
eis the Pacific Coast and the Inte'
rior section ;vet:aging about six
miles per hour. The, maximum
wind velocity, even, for short pe
rioas,, is not likely to, exceed 35
mues per nour.
Of 'Bridey Murphy'
CHICAGO (UPDPeople who
reveal a vnrevious existence
while under hypnosii are real?
talking about the kind of lite
they wish they were living, a
psychologist said yesterday; :l
Edwin s, zoiiat, psycnoiogy
professor at Marquette Univerr
sity,(said the "Bridey Murphy
prenomenon : was no more man
the human mind's flypaper
knack for picking up incidents
suitable to One's personality.
f'We all do It," zoilk saw. ".we
see an opera or a movie ann
identify ourselves with the hero.
In an hour or so, w& may ion
sciously foreet the whole inci
dent but, one-by-one, they form
a pattern and our subconscious
creates a life it'd like for us to
live' : v -i ,h-;Ef'4
Zolik discussed 'Bridey Mur
phy" and its repercussions dur
iiiB a talk on "subliminal pro-
lection : fact or s. fancy,' before
the annual meeting of the So
ciety for Clinical and Experi
mental. Hypnosis: V -1
suDiimmai perception aeais
ith subconscious motivations,
many of which control our
everyday lives. ";.;,;v.i-s;t.v
i He said he delved deeply into
the case in which a Colorado
housewife believed under hyp
nosls she had lead an earlier
life i, in Ireland as "Bridey
I created similar situations
with three cases of mv own.
Zolik said. 'In each, a familiar
pattern emerged.,", i'.
BRITAIN UNDIR POO ;
: T-fiNnnN rtTPt t i iPrineess
Margaret ; : returned lo';. London
Thursday by plane from a visit
to Northern Ireland, extended an
extra day because of heavy fog
blanketin most of Britain. The
Pnncess wss scheduled to return
Wednesday nieht but. London Air
port was weathered in., The fog
xo caused iu oenslon n ahiooinv
in the English Channel and
Thames River and allowed rail
and road traffic
FOR SALI Lot 500 and 1.000
meter, in th Nuevo Hipodromo
Urbanisation, seres th Ramos)
Racetrack. All lot with street
front, sewage, water main and
: electricity. CaH W.l McBamott.
Tel. 3-2567. (
FOR SALE: Lot 3,000 m2 in
Tha Vail de Anton. Residential
section. 13-95 Aneoa-Av. up- ;
i stair, phone 2-2621. ',
, TELEVISION SERVICE
: W repair in your horn' :
wo dealt pretend to guarante
wr work.' Wo guarantee It :
PHONE THI EXPERTS;
Tivl! Avonu No. 18-20 i
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Friend Draw 5-Year
Federal Prison Terms
SHELEY. N. C.' .(UPI) A
benevolent banker and his unas-
sumine storekeeper friend drew
five years federal orison terms
Thursday for stealing $325,000 of
the bank's money to keep fellow
citizens solvent. '
John F. Carpenter. ,53. slightly-
built former manager of the
Lawndale, N. C, branch of 'Union
Trust Co.. and the store operator
friend. Yates OL Wimams, 57,
were aeniencea in ieueri cuuu.
Both pleaded guilty to charges of
embezzling money for years from
the bank to help mends.
Yet 'neither apparently benefit
ted ureatly. it at all. front any of
the missing, money, estimated at
more than -325,000. This act,
plus their ages and reputations, as
civic and church leaders of long'
standing, accounted for the com
paratively light sentences.
Carnenter said that.. about i3
vears aeo he beean ea shine
checks even tnougn lomeumes tne
check-writers didn't have enough
money tiie cover them, and 'it just
erew and finally it got wit of
He put the checks and deposit
slips away in a little box in his
office, and quietly altered the
bank's books and ledgers. The lit lit-t3
t3 lit-t3 box and the records were in introduced
troduced introduced as. evidence here this
week. i v f 1
Williams generosity also was his
downfall. He let his customers
open charge accounts, and au authorities
thorities authorities said he permitted ,them
to run into large figures without
pressing for payment. ;
.He admitted writing the, -checks
on the Lawndale back, and Cat'
penter approved them and, stored
ihent away in his little box.: rAu rAu-thorities
thorities rAu-thorities said this permitted Wil Williams
liams Williams to keep his store going.
f (! -.ij.--aUaertsljsUBii "i"''
Release Of 1v000
tAPts ftTPi) Premier Charles
de -Gaulle marked the fourth
anniversary of th Algerian war
last night by ordering the re release,
lease, release, of 1,000 political prisoners
in' Algeria. ,
. 'TTift move was ue uauues lat
est to reduce tension caused by
the drawn-out conflict which
has drained the French economy
and led to the downiau oi we
Fourth Republic .
n nmiiie iKsuea tne oraer ui
ter the worst single extremist
attack1 since the start of the
anti-French rebellion, and amid
fears that Moslem rebels might
stage other spectacular Incidents
to spotlignt tne lourtn anniver anniver-xarv.
xarv. anniver-xarv. A borhbinfc attack in Tiaret
Thursday killed 11 persona and
wounded 11 'bthtrs'iyvxf M:
The premier's freedom s oraer
was announced nere ana ui
Algiers in a one-sentence com communique'
munique' communique' which eald simply :
"The ; chief of government has
Just ordered the liberation ; of
1,000 persons miernea m ijoicu ijoicu-tlon
tlon ijoicu-tlon centers -in 'Algeria- WH$
S There was no immediate reac
tion irom "military leaders in
Algiersi It was unoerstooa, now now-ever,
ever, now-ever, k that the 1,000 ,s prisoners
were- nolltical detainess rather
than waivprlsoners. -
This, was the second time the
French 4 government has an announced
nounced announced mass clemency for Al Algerian
gerian Algerian prisoners since De Gaulle
returned to power in June after
the collapse of the. Fourth Re Republics
publics Republics Last July v 14 Bastille
Day- military headquarters- In
Algiers announced that nearly
2,800 Moslem prisoners had been
freed between that date and the
May IS French mutiny in Al Algeria
geria Algeria which led to DeGaulles
taking over, the government.
StAVOR CPITTINO CHAMr v
AAL&iuu, miss, tun; w
fending champion George' Craft
was favored today to win the an annual
nual annual tobacco spitting contest in a
field day that will also feature
contests in husband-calling and
skillet-throwing for the ladies.
DRAWER "A". DIABLO
IOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, CX
, PHONE BALBOA S70t
NURSERY SCHOOL. TEL. BAL
BOA 1214. Constant supervision,
plenty of Instruetire toys to keep
ehildren amuseoYAsas from 2Vs
years to 5 years. 8:15 a.m. to to-,11
,11 to-,11 a.m. Monday thru Friday if
' Transportation nrovided. Call
anytime. i' w
CAMERA REPAIRS.; AU make. I
. all work guaranteed.: Call NAT a
IRS 103 Colon. B057, 7th Street.
"West Indian Pawn Shop", th ;
only pawn brokers who five tke)
pportHnity f redeemlna your
articles free. "N" Street No. 7-
LOST .Tuesday aioht 21 Oct.
;7' months old Boxer, pup, foant
'color 'with white markings. RE. ?
WARD, cad Navy Pacific 2482,
FSU Offers Varied Courses
To d Military,. Civilians
Florida; State-University' coI-i
lege program for armed forces
personnel .in the Canal Zone
moves into-418 second tuv semest
er on Nov.' 17-18. - y
Reeistratia is scheduled on the
Atlantic side on Nov. 12. at Build Building
ing Building 400, Fort -Gulick, from 2 to 8
p.m., and on- the Pacific side at
the rort Clayton toucauon uemer
on Nov. 13-j irom a a.m. to a
All mflilar nersonnel who' have
been graduated from high school
or who nave a nign scnooi equi equi-valency
valency equi-valency certificate will be allow allowed
ed allowed to participate in the, popular
FSU program. '
Also eligible to enroll, are. ail
citizens of the United. States who
meet the educational .require .requirements.
ments. .requirements. ' ? 1
, All FSU courses begin at 1:30
o'clock. This is a cnange from, pre previous
vious previous terms, when classes began
at 7 n m . , j
Of the. courses being, offered m
the AtUntic"-side fonly "Latin Am
erican history and solid ahalystic
ffeometrv have a nrereouisite. No
previous courses- are necessary to;
enroll m general maioemaucs,.
At Fort Gulick f classes in Latin
American history meet on lues
day and Thursday" evenings, while
the tnatch courses are scneauiea
for Monday and Wednesday.
The courses being offered on the
Pacific aide are ueneral nsycholo-
gy. which meets on juonaay ana
gfjf TfaSJlVaa'. JIS'-VW van imvuuh j wamu i
Wednesday evenings at Fort Ko
Strike; Threat ArcrtAj Guild
NY Daily Mews Agree On Contract
New York Daily hews and the New
Vnrk Newsnaoer Guild reached
tentative afireement at 3 a.m. to-i
day on terms of' a new two-yearl
contract, averung'ior wuay
threat 'of a shutdown '-of all -the
city's daily newspapers. f r
'f' ''Jf t' ''" '" j
A guild annouhcementV said:
"news management and the nego negotiating
tiating negotiating committee of the news u u-nit
nit u-nit nt the newsrjarer guild reach
ed tentative agreement, and thatJ
means there'U De no sime on
HOVt UYIJU ( !l) f'r
4,The agreement is tentative-because
- there are pending negotia negotiations
tions negotiations on some ot the ouier news news-paprs.
paprs. news-paprs. Should- the. guild fail r to
reach aereement with any one of
the publishers where negotiation
are stm penning, any tenvauvo
greements already reached would
be negated in view of the position
of the Publishers Association that
POLISH' A1RLINI IN RIO y.
" WARSAW, (UPI) The Polish
fotjnntrnilprt Tjit Airlines may
haver to reduce iU domestic' serv
ice drastically because of a drop-,
in customers, it was reported yes yesterday.,
terday., yesterday., The newspaper Kurier Po Po-lakl
lakl Po-lakl said the line reported a large
deficit on its internal flights lat
year, ; although its foreign opera operations
tions operations to 12 countries made a sub sub-(tantlal
(tantlal sub-(tantlal profit. Lot officials blam blamed
ed blamed the decrease in passengers on
a big boost ir. fares. t .,
TOKYO, UPI)-A group of
Japanese agricultural experts just
returned from Communist China
yesterday that Peiping's claims of
iiuse: nee cron aooea'eo to )e
exaggerated. Shinichi Tefada,!
leader of the -20. memoer team,;
said observations made by the
group during a six-month visit
indicated that -although China
rice farining had shown 'eye-open-
ing progress" In recent yesrs, the
general level still was low compar-
ed to i Japan. 1
, For the Best i, $
' in news and entertainment
' 840 PANAMA 1c;0 COLON
FOR SALE: 14 toot, fleerglee.
eed wood ronaoout $125.00.
' phono (114 Gambea.
CAB Authorizes l ;
For National 5 .1
1 WASHINGTON, (UPI) Tht
Civil Aeronautics Board Friday
conditionally authorized Nation-
al Jet service on Dec. 10 on a
New York to Florida route. '
National wouid fly four-Jell
Boeing 707s leased on a short-
term basis from Pan American
World Airways. 't'
vThe board order conditioned;
the authorization on the two
carriers' explicitly agreeing to
CAB review of other aspects of -an
agreement between Pan Jun
and National." -.' 1 5
MAY VISIT LOURDIS
VENICE, Italy (UPI) 'Pop
John XXUI may attend the elos
ing of the Lourdes centenary next
February, his former aucjrV7
said today. i
be; : governmental accounting' at
Clayton on- Monday and Wednes
day and the school in community
nte auo at uayton, on Tuesday
Other' courses bemg offered ar
solid analtyc geometry on Mon-
aay ano Wednesday at fort
Clayton; trigonometry, also on
Tuesday and Thursday ; history of
western civilization r on Tuesday
and Thursday at. Fort Eobbe:
principles of economics, on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, at Albrook Air Force Base;
and on Monday and Wednesday,
written communication and inter-
nationals politics -at Clayton and
AiDrookr. respectively. t
- All courses carry three semest semester
er semester hours of fully transferable col
Tne following ra e i f 1 1 sine
courses have prerequisites f gov governmental
ernmental governmental accounting at least
one college icourse in basie ac-.
couting;, trigonometry college al?
gebra -.w!th a C or better, or gen general
eral general main witli a B or better; and
internationul'" -politics specified
polifica) science wr alate y.k
The' eight-week semester u
on Jan. 21-22. and will eoit Army
personnel" $13.50 for each plus $5
for an initial reglstratioa fv Tetf
books are extra. ; Kjt j
Tor civilian and .Navy pajrton pajrton-nel
nel pajrton-nel not eligible for tuition assist assistance,
ance, assistance, courses will eost $36 plus
the additional SS.Eor their first
strike at any one of the seven
papers rmight cause the suspen- v,
sion -of. all -seven if the mechanic-
al unions acted in a manner that
the publishers would deem viola violation
tion violation of existing agreements.
.The-statement was made.
mediately after close of the newf
negotiations by Jack Deegan, head
of the guild negotiating team, in
the presence of management ne i
gotiators and, Federal fMtdiatoJ
Thomas G. Dougherty, who parti
cipated in the final day's talks. v-
F. M. Flynn, president and pub
Usher of the Daily News said: "wi
hope that this agreement wilT U
followed by full agreement
tween the guild and all sevel'
newspapers, speedily." 7 .' ,. ;.
Adnst TWA-,: v
rKAAS CITT, Mo., Nov -1
(UPI) Negotiations resume today 1,
between Trans World Airlines and
the International Association of
Machinists with a scheduled
midnight strike by- about 6,700 em-r
ployes put off indefinitely, i 1
TW officials had warned that
a strike would put another 19,000
company employes out of work.
The company said a walkout'
would force cancellation fof all":
flights- originating or terminating
in the United States.1.
Yesterday about 40 employes
sent, telegrams to Wal union off!-,"
cers and to national headquarters ;
asking for postponement of the
strike, and for a. member vote on
the latest TWA offer. '
The union had' reiected TWA's
"final bid" that the company said
would bring an average of $285 in
oacit pay ana, montniy wage
The strike .postponement waa i
announced yesterday by union n
tional headquarters in Washington
''peding. clarification, of a propr v
sal ;advaced by (TWA) manage- 0
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER i; 1958 THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER " PAGE KIN!
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KJMJJH: .VUU U UUV U 11. hit Mil fSt)- O.- il.. il UL'u'kJIu
'Athletic Club 3
1 Balboa jJHieh
; Junior College .......
'Cristobal High .......
Lost -vTied :
BHS Run All Over JC
For Easyi27-6 Victory
Ceremony To Start
; Monument Today
- 'VA eround-breaking ceremony for
i monument to Sg JufnZebal'o
Sthe on'y Panamanian to be Killed
in the Kofean War, was held this
" morning at Sabanitas on the At-
s- The ceremony was attended by
. Colon Gov. slose Maria Gonzalez
4 and other colon officials along
with Paul Rozmeski, Atlantic vhi
commander of the American La-
gion, which is sponso-mg the erec erection
tion erection of the monument.
Soving money i still o good
ideo It may be valuable again
' some day..
1:15 2:43 4:81 6:53 8:55
' natUrpieot of exdttment
; from the matter of terror
! ANDREW L. STONE
INGER STEVENS -rniuiiiiili
: TAYLOR WIDMARK
' MATCH GUNFIRE
. AND FURY!
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Story by TREVOR SIMONS
Photos by VERN RICHEY
Canal Zone Junior College played' good ball for jonlyt
about two minutes of last night's' game at Balboa Sta-i
dium and for the rest of the night" they : played -lijcaj, the
team they had been predicted to be prior tOt the -.jppPng:f J
of the season. '2 "": t
On the' other hand the Balboa Bulldogs wereSrt iheir
best, cutting the J.C. lineo ..ribbons and winning by the
biggest margin yet this season, 27 to 6, thuslbecoming
the first team this year to score more than two touchy,
downs in a game. i
The win placed Balboa -right on, the heels of the 'J
Cristobal Tigers and put the k pressure on the Atlantic
. i --
w i iviw f- r ( ; vr' j 4- ' -."""f".-."
fiiinra who nnw havi tn take their two remainine flrames
..... ..... .- vi;uii wim wo uwuiy ju mcKiers closing in, BaiDoa's Joee ynolds (m laterals off to teammate Charlie French' (45;Freocb
- to win their first championship since 1951 -whin, they was driven out of bounds a few seconds after. this picture wsi. taken, but not before lie gamed a !few7ari forfluuSs .; :
divided the honors with Balboa. Junior College's loss slim-', w h h, j.c. -miJdIt ...r t ; V .'s c- : "o k"
inated them from any part of the' 1958 title. f for h tr poinr. v f . , f'Jv
'r s The Bulldogs threatened again I "' .m
Sn Dowerful was the Balboa at
tack on the Green Devils that the
latter was he d to only one first
down. That ne was on an un un-sportsmanlike
sportsmanlike un-sportsmanlike conduct penalty in
the third quarter and set the. a age
for the only College touchdown.
BalboaT line struck With force
so (Strong that Junior College
showed a loss of some 53 k yards
rushing for the night. To further
which were within their own ?0 ?0-dog
dog ?0-dog defense, they were ae to
hold on to an easy victory despite
nine fumbles, four of which J..C J..C-recovered
recovered J..C-recovered and a air of which
J.C. recovered and a pair 'if
went through tha J. C. middle--yard
Both time the Green .Devils
were unable to capitalize on the
The firs Balboa fumble was
eafly ia he first quarter n their
own 16. But four fruitless efforts
by Junior Coheee landed them
back on the Balboa 45-yard .line
when they lost control of the ball.
. It was there, taking over on
ther own 45, the Bulldogs staged
the drive, that went all the way
for the first score of the gam.
i With th Balboa lint making
a shambles of the Collega de defenders,
fenders, defenders, Phil Cake and Charlie
French combined efforts to move
down to the J.C. 23.
.From there, halfback Dick
Scott broke out through the
middle, shakina off would be
tackier $, for the TD. Phil Cage
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A BEAUTIFUL BLOCK, thrown against Balbba's Dick Ness succeeds In taking him out of the
play as Raymond Oakley (8) skirts around ehd to gain some Junior College yardage.:
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THE NEW SCREEN MUSICAL IN GORGEOUS COLOR
BY THE COMPOSERS OF "MY FAIR LADY"
1 For Little Girl"'
"She Is Not
Thinking Of Me
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4 Tm Glad I'm Not
Young Anymore -i ,;1
"The Night They
r AN ARTHUR FREED
HERMIONE GING0LD EVA GAi30R
JACQUES BERGERAC ISABEL-JEANS
' ' X";AUN JAY LERNER 'T FREDERICK LOEWE
- kMUTTI twtrKOllUtW MKTIHMN
1 VINCEN7F MINNELU t
as the first half was Bearing a
close, but a pair of fumbles, which
hey. managed to recover, c o s t
hem yardage, bu, not loss of the
ball. The half ended with J.C. Uk Uk-ing
ing Uk-ing over on theinr own 14.
It. took' the Bulldogs only seven
plays from scrimmage af er the
beginning of the second half ; to
score their second touchdown of
v Again it was Charlie French
and Phil Cage slicing off yard'
after yard to move in to the Col.
lege .two yard Uine from where
Cage went over for the score.
Fren-h failed to go over for he
extra point and Balboa held a 13
Fr qnly a- short while Junior
College x appeared to be getting
back into the game, but that ef effort
fort effort lates only for a TD and then
faded away. After John Fe'dt had
recovered : a r Reynolds, fumble
the JC 26 and an unsportsmanlike
conduct penalty against : Ba'boa
had given the Green Devils their
one and onlv first down on thcr
wn 47-yard line, Don Alexander
let,loose wt'h a long pass to orotn orotn-er
er orotn-er Gary Alexander who took the
ball on the 20 and went over for
, Don tried another pass for the
extra point, but it tell incomplete.
College seemed o come alive
and when Cage fumbled on fourth
down, on his own 31 yard line, Oak Oakley
ley Oakley recovered the ball for JC back
on the Balboa 18. But once ga.m
the Colege line fell apart and
the backfield was unable to go
: In fact, four downs landed the
Green Dv Is back on the Balboa
36 where the Bulldogs took over
and, dominated the res: of t n e
About three-fourtsh of the way
the fourth qua rter, Charlie
French's pass wat received by
Dougl Paik from the College
20 yard line and the Bulldog end
collected another score for the :
defending champs. Dick Ness
went over for th extra point, y
After the kiek-off Junior Col College
lege College started from their own 42 and
four downs later were back on
their 44. On the first play from
scrimmage, with only a t minute
remaining In the game Phil Cage
went right Through the miome ana
evadding tactyers as though they
were not even there went 45 yds.
for the score: Reynolds was up the
middle to make the score 27 to 6
in favor of, the Balboa High Bull Bulldogs.
dogs. Bulldogs. I
V Phil Cage was the big ground
gainer wi h 109 yards as the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs collected 10 first downs. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa was penalized 55 yards and
Canal Zone' J.C. didn't have s
single yawl paced off against
them, which is just as well con considering
sidering considering thi.t they were doing the
Sure He Can Accept,
Tass Says 01 Nobel
MOSCOW,. Nov. 1 (UPI)-Soviet
Nobel prise- winner- Boris Paater Paater-nak
nak Paater-nak is free, to leave the SovietTJ SovietTJ-nion
nion SovietTJ-nion to accept the prize if he
wants to, the official Tass. news
agency said today.
"In connection with the letter
of Pasternak to Khrushchev, Tass
ts authorized to state that no obs obstacles
tacles obstacles will be placed by the Soviet
sta'e authorities if Pastenak x x-presses
presses x-presses his wish to go abroad for
;he Presentation the press said.'
' "The' reports that Pasternak
was allegedly' refused the right to
go aboard are a crude fabrica fabrication,'.'
tion,'.' fabrication,'.' it added. 1
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RAYMOND OAKLEY ,tB)' carrying' the bail for' junior College 'Vets 'hit at "the mid section By-,
Gary Ness '(42) while' Jon Snodgress t70) rushes up to offer his.assistance and Don Alexander
for JC comes from behind Oekley. (."' i 1 ' ;
Weather Or Not
This weathef report for the 21
hours .ending 8 a. m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydros:raphi Branch of the
Panama Cana) Company;
i Balboa .Cristobal
High .:, i.tl 6-.
.Lor .,,j.,V.. 75,.
max. mvh) NW-17
RAIN (inches)., .96
1 (inner harbors) 81
High fr j J 1 low.f low.f-6:49
6:49 low.f-6:49 a.m. ,.12:54 a.m.
7:19 p,m.. "i 1:17 p.m.
Of Proficiency .V;
The American Board of perina perinatology
tology perinatology has informed Dr. A.,W. Mc Mc-Faddeh,"
Faddeh," Mc-Faddeh," dermatologist', at Gorgas
Hospital, that he has successful
ly completed his recent, examina examination
tion examination attesting to his proficiency" in
dermatology v .
i i 'rj i j y'f a j
' This 'examination' is eiven fol
lowing the .successful completion
ot -a three -years residency pro program."
gram." program." McFadden; who served his
residency at Walter Reed Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital in Washington, I). C took He
exitmihation October J8, in 'De 'Detroit.
troit. 'Detroit. ; ; ; v '
' McFadden joined"1 the staff of
Gorgas jn August and he. and his
wifr are presently living in Ancofl.
He is i native of.Lusby, MaTyland
and a: graduate of the University
pf Maryland and.. the University
of Maryland School of Medicine,,
FILM FESTIVAL OPENS
. SAN -FRANCISCO (UPI) Tha
San? Francisco- International-Film
Festival opened last night
with a showing of "Eve Try
To Sleep" from Poland. Sixteen,
features are competing lor'Gold
en Gate Award"-, plaques in the
festival which, i extends j through through-Nov.
Nov. through-Nov. xu fc..r;
V Bidding was close for die provid providing
ing providing of emergency power and Jight--Ing
facilities, for Gorgas Hospital
buildings when bids were onened
yesterday at Balboa Heights by Lt.
Col; Robert D. Brown, Jr., Engi Engineering
neering Engineering and .Construction Direc Director.
tor. Director. V $ r f t
t Li R. 8ommer entered an ap apparent
parent apparent low bid of 57,787 for the
entire project, The. work, in gen general,
eral, general, consists of providing emer emergency
gency emergency poer and lighting facili facilities
ties facilities including 1 a complete emer emergency
gency emergency generator system for i the
Gorgas Hospital Buildings, cons constructing,
tructing, constructing, a generator 'shelter .and
access road and performing oth other
er other related work.
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