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IfS FRIENDSHIP Proof that
morning nrhen1 he gteeted young
Bases One had infanta's, the
for these little girls.
SanttTiaaus-kade hifitst prei y:,F',yr- -w"'''r ii'n.T n i n.juwuw
JjoUday appearance os the ftta r J V 4 r r ft J
mus today. 'i.1! S. t 3 1 r ; a ; : V-
Undeterred by, the iropicat weetlr- n vi .J f V V ,' i t lA
r tn innv flia .nuenieiv
the red costume i wtiich-"h Has
s become1 so iamous ahdiopped the
first jiehcopter ia Janama. j x -'
. He-landed' at Albrook. Air force
Basenrhere. 55 children from the
Malambo1 orphanage were-waitiogr
They were trie guests oi we siu siu-denls
denls siu-denls Jrom the' -Air Force ftchool
toe Latin -America," t
fhe-' girjs, rangini uin age from
three to 13, greeted Santa m- the
school sports area, and each re received
ceived received a bag of-sweeur and a promise-
.to (return later. Christmas
musid by members of the 776th
Ait s Force Band added, holiday
flavor .to the Occasion.
After1 the .bearded 'gentleman's
departure, the girls "were enter
tamed at games and Variety
show with, cartoons.
A turkey -dinner with all the
trimmmgs-Jurmsheji by the stu students
dents students and prepared 'by .'T-Sgt.r Jim
Jourdan'and: tiia staff, was served
to the. special guests at, the. din dinning
ning dinning hall.
. Before the- .girls .were returned
to the orphanage early this after after-Tinnn
Tinnn after-Tinnn naph'wis oresentcd a pre
sent, gUwrappeoSand individual-.
The Malambo orphanage was se selected
lected selected by the students after a committee-
$ad toured various institu institutions
tions institutions In the- Panama area,: .The
group arranged for the entertain entertainment,
ment, entertainment, collected money, purchas-
Single Wage Law
Local SOI iM k-
today acnowedged receipt of a
"courteous Xndi timelyT: ; tetter
from-Forelgri Minister Miguel A.
Moreno oit govertvment & efforts
reregardlng J. the" Implementation
of the : canal .Zone single wage
r however,; loCat'p'reslderit' Alfre-1
OO J. Morns aaia -jnv are ewu
worried over the absolute lack of
knowledge regarding the date on
which, the executive decree to
implement the bin wilt be 1'
jued,' .1't:1:;.ftf:'-v&:' V7'; V7';-.
. V7';-. Moreno's letter to the iiraon
fusknowledged receipt of a re request
quest request lor' copies of the Imple Implementation
mentation Implementation order and informed the
union- that he had again, sub submitted
mitted submitted a written request to the
UJ3. Embassy here for the copies.
The Foreign Minister Also told
the union that his office has ex-,
Dressed its concern to the Em
bassy on several occasions over
the oeiay m tne issuing ot the
Implementation orderly President
Eisenhower,: ft-4)ftfr&k'fcH -fc
He also said he held out hope
that the order Would be issued in
the "immediate tattatt.;i:--PhU.S:Cpngress!
the establishment'of -' a single
wage for the canal-' Zone, Tout
leiv tne, implementation of the
bUlfupto the President. How However,
ever, However, it will automatically go in into
to into effect, six-months after the
bill was: signed into lavrlf the
' executive order is not forthcom.
Santa Claus has International appeal-, was lurthered this
friends from the Malambo Orphanage at Albrook Air force
other tightly clutching ft bag, or candy a dream com true
V; ' v,'.,-
MECHANIZED ST. ,JiICK Even Santa Claus. has gone modern.
The bearded gent alighted from a helicopter at- Albrook; Air
Force Base this morning for his first personal appearance of
the season. His visit was occasioned by a party given for girls
from 'the Malambo"Orphanage in Panama, by students In the
-,- Air Force School, for Latin America.
ed gifts, scheduled and arranged
for tile ..transportation.- Even ban
ta-;Wa a student idea., borne said
he reaBy 'was' Carlos,; Castafleda
vJThe' studert committee includ included
ed included Inojosa, Venezuela; 'Os 'Oswald
wald 'Oswald Aguirre, Ecuador,, Guiller-
.-'i ..i"'l-f" '
UJ. For 4 Weeks i
"MONTE OARIO, Monaco, Nov.
22 (UPlj k prince Rainier and
Princess Grace leave here by air
today for. a four-week private
visit to the United States.. :
The Prince and hW American
wife;, 'the if- formed 5 movie ?'star
Grace Kelly, were 'due in New
York at 7 ;45 a m, tomorrow. (
The couple, are, leaving their
two; c h 1 1 d ren;- 23-month-old
Princess Caroline vnd? eight
month-old prince Albert; t
home tinder the care of nurses
and govtfnenttC' '''wf--'
r Palace officials said the trip
was not a formal state visit and
that the' Prince and.'vPrlncess
woum spend -most of their time
"seeing friends They were ex expected
pected expected to spend a good part of
the visit with Grace's parents,
Mr. and. Mrs. ;john B.-Kelly In
mo Henrique, Chile, Hermes Pe
rez. Urueuav. and Rafael Torres.
Peru: -; The committee has been
under the. guidance of S. Sgt. Al Albert
bert Albert G, Garcia, from the student
Bids Being Asked
01 CZone Sinks
Bids are being asked 'for the re replacement
placement replacement of sinks nd repiping of
various Quarters in the Canal Zone,
according to an announcement by
the engineering and construction
' The work, ii) general, consists of
replacement of Kitchen sinks m 11
quarters Mn the. Pacific side of the
Isthmus and in, one apartment on
the Atlantic side; and the replace replacement
ment replacement of. hot and cold water piping
in 25 quarters on the Pacific side
and in 10 quarters on the Atlantic
aide. "h &f-'irv;p 'vv
The project will also Include the
replacement 'of bathtub faucets,
furnishing and installing hew kit
chen cabinets and relocating elec electric
tric electric -water heater,;, in w'varioua
quarters, .ufc, l4;t- '-.
v plans and-; specification were
issued November 20 and bids will
bn opened ec,12 Copies of bid
schedules,- drawings and specifica specifications
tions specifications may be obtained in-the office
of the designing engineer. No. d
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY,
Navy Speeds Vanguard Plans
Despite Goo w Declaration
CAPE CANAVERAL, fla flow. '.131 (UP) The Navy went
ahead today with plans to fire another Vanguard before the
end of the year despite a policy declaration to the contrary by
the nation's ivlliaa spac agency. w ; V ,"
,'.A. static, or ?bold down" test was conducted yesterday on
the first-stage engine of the eighth Vanguard. And a project
official said 'nothing official has come down here at all" on
the announced postponement of further satellite launching at attempts,
tempts, attempts, r ,
In a statement released In
National Aeronautics and Space
holding upifurther Vanguard launchings until after the end of
1958. whUe study was oeing-
But the Vanguard official
here, who asked that his name
not be disclosed, said "we're just
going along the same as ever'Lqn
the project." '.I
Astatic test normally -pre-
Cedesa firing by one to three
weeks, and thi project Official
said the eighth! Vanguard would
be launched within at 5 least
three weeks unless present plans
Vanguard project members ap appeared
peared appeared to be stunned by the an-
To Seek Release
01 Jailed Sludonlx
1 Panama students are' report reportedly
edly reportedly planning a monster demon
6trationiofi theMleas of a
numbea f Indents wt liAVe
Veew in 'jaifsince i
on the other-ham, schootAu schootAu-thorltles
thorltles schootAu-thorltles yesterda bought '-'the
suspension of atudent leader An-.
dres-CantUlft, ecretart general
of the Students' Federation. fWm
his teaching Post tth Manuel
Jose Hurtado School
Cantillo 1s serving a 90-day
sentence imposed by a police
1udge for disrespecting a mem member
ber member of the Secret Police. He has
appealed the sentence, which lfl
scheduled to be reviewed by the
Mavor of Panama City, next
Cantlllo's suspension has been
requested on the grounds that
he has been missing from his
post lor ten days and has not
sent any explanation to Justify
his absence. The request Is being
considered by the Ministry of
Meanwhile, Education Minister
Carlos Sucre has declared that
students who have been expelled
recently for different reasons
can appeal their expulsion to the
He said a total of seven ap appeals
peals appeals were being processed at
the present time.
To Produce Palsy
For Bone TB Cure
ATLANTA (UPI)-The parents
of little Patsy Gillespie, stricken
with bone tuberculosis, failed to
bring her to court under subpoena
today so she can get life-saving
treatment they have spurned be
cause of their religious taitn.
There was no sign of Otha Gil Gillespie,
lespie, Gillespie, who said he Would "rot in
jail before Til Change my belief
or his wife, who were under sub
poena either to turn Patsy i over
to the court or else prove they
are not neglecting her.
But Juvenile Judge W. W, Wool Wool-folk
folk Wool-folk refused to issue a warrant
for the Gillespies. He pointed out
ther is still an dutstanding war war-raffrtb
raffrtb war-raffrtb ick up the -year-old
'J, E. Sike, At1 ant a school de detective
tective detective who located Gillespie and
served the warrant earlier this
week, pleaded wi'h the public to
be on the lookout for a small child'
"who must be carried around in
Sikei : also pleaded with Wool
folk to take stronger measures to
save the girl's "life,-but the jhdge
indicated he felt his jursiqeition
in the matter, was not well enough
established to support a contempt
action. -fxvvr,, ;;: ;: ;
Health Official, here -and
Dalton, Ga.: headquarters of the
Church of Christ, Union Assemb'y,
hive searched in vain for Patsy
during the past few weeks. f V
- Doctors $ said the easily cured
disease could become increasing increasingly
ly increasingly painful and lead ultimately to
death from menineitis of the brain
if Patsy is not located and given
; ,... A.;
NOVEMBER 12, 1958
Washington last Tuesday, the
Agency (NASA) i said it was
completed on "way to increase
npiinciment .Irom pASA,'Mhlch
took; ovef; control of all jcienti-
- Meanwhile at Miami Beach a
ipactt expert predicted that
the United States will place a
man In orbit around the earth
within three years!
J, Paul Walsh, deputy director
of the Navy's vanguard project,
said that within 20 years the na nation
tion nation will send, explprers to the
mdoni and return them sa,ely to
earth. .-. :.,
Walsh told the '44th annual
convention of the Florida Archi Architects
tects Architects Assn. some of the problems
they would encounter in design designing
ing designing teoon structures.,
He pointed out that the moon
has no atmosphere or water and
tha the force tf gravitation on
its snrrace u oruy one-sixtn oi
Re said since there U no .at
mosphere the structures would
to .ublected -to A tempergturts
anjilnf ont;27J""defrees; ajhr-
.enneif during in aay to rnmus
Before a-man is-'sent to the
moon, satellites first. will take
pictures and Instruments will be
landed to provide lniormaaon
about thetmooq't surf ace,-; he
said. V--, -"We
must' never allow a man
to go into spae until we are
certain that h has an "exceed "exceedingly
ingly "exceedingly high probability of getting
Huph Maslif ormer
RP tobacco Execr
'Jfes In Floriila i
Hugh Nash, longtime executive
of the North American Tobacco
Co. in Panama -(now. Tabacalera
Istmefla S. A.) died m unanao,
Fla. this morning., He was 65.
Mr..Nash was born of a British
family in Jamaica and went to
school m canaaa.,. wnen oe was,
20 he came to Panama- to worn
as a salesman of the then nusn
American Jobacco Co. He rose to
the position of general-, manager
and this was the post he held
when he -retired in March, 1949,
and went to live in Orlando, s
Well-known on the fsthmus, Mr.
Nashhwas a past president of the
Panama Rotary Club and a pro prominent
minent prominent member of the American
.wietv in Panama, i
He is survived ; by' his wife.
Florence Mrs.-Nash is the daugh
ter of a former Canal Zone family
and her maiden name wn Huoer.
Mr Nash is, also survived by
three daughters, Mrs. y Alejandro
Am Mmvoiel. wife of) the foreign
minister of Nicaragus,, Mrs. Pet
er T. corrigan or uainoa ana
Mrs,' Walter Clarke ot Clncinnatti.
Ohio,.-v . '.- .1:,
There' ls also a brother, Ray
Nash of Civa, S, A., of Panama
Citv and two sisters.: Mrs; 'Nesta
Witty and Mi's, Alma Pratt who
live-ia Jamaica M-ii;' 'f-f
- nthfr relative Include 'Mrs.
John Purvis of DiWofc a siiiter Jof
Mrs Corrlgan and Mrs. Purvis
are flying to the States tonight to
of which-wiU be announced later.
attend the runerai services, aetau
ti f mw f fsa iimi 1 1 'mmmm n nn nnrriiir i Yp rv "T
Potter To Meet
Canal Zone Gov. William E.
Potter is scheduled to meet pub publicly
licly publicly with a, officers of United
States citizep civic councils next
The meeting will begin at 7:30
p.m. and be held in the Gatun
council's quonset hut.
Among the Items on the agen agenda
da agenda ts a discussion of a petition
from Atlantic side residents re
questing permission to fly gasoline-powered
model airplanes on
any athletic field or recreation
al area which does not interfere
with any normal activities that
might otherwise be taking place.
The Governor recently waived'
for 60 days statutory-provisions
severely limiting the areas in
which devotes of s this sport
might conduct their activity.
Rainbow City; Kids
To Present Panama
On Tuesday, at 10 a.m. and also
at 5 p.m., the pageant "Panama
Through the Centuries" will be
presented by over 200 students of
grades I through of the Rambow
City Elementary School.
The pageant i built around sie-
nif want periods in the history, and
growtn ot Manama, une first ppnod
puuwB mo in a picai inaien village-
before-, Jhr. coming of the
lows' thlpperiod irom 1492 3523
depicting the discovery of the New
worm ana, sisq the. .discovery of
the- Pacific Oeean by Balboa.' In
the third oerkid from i2t tn tano
th New World gains 'independence.
The building ot the Pana ma Rail Rail-road,
road, Rail-road, the birth of that new nHnn
Nov.- 3, 1903, and the construction
m tne Manama Canal .are shown in
inree periods startm? from 1850
an endine in 1914, The paeeant
closes with scenes showing Pana Panama
ma Panama today. ;
All parents and other residents.
Of RambOW CitVr r Pnprfill.
.,yited to attend the five o'clock per-
Famed Cev w
Widow, 92, Ij Dead
JACKSON.-Tenn. fVPt Mir
Casey Jones, widow of the famous
railroad engineer who rode to his
death when Old 382 the Illinois
Central's Cannonball Umited -ploughed
through a line of g'alled
freight cars, died here 'oday.
inrs. jones;fs, was known as
Mrs. Janie B. Jonev, Her husband
was John Luther (Casey) Jones,
who was killed April 29, 1900, neai
Mrs. Jones had been bedridden
in a nurxina hnm Via
tail more than four years ago.
Junes Became a legendary fig.
ure. ever since he highballed his
way through an early morning
mist into immortality.
His widow used to say "Casey
wasn'ts even supposed to be the
engineer on that run."
. She explained that he had pulled
into Memphis, the night before,
"dead tired" from his regular
run. When the engineer who was
to take, over the Cannonball Ex
press Decsme ill, Casey volun volunteered
teered volunteered to fill in.
Jones i left Memphis one hour
and 35 minutes late on the 188
mile route to Canton) Miss., vow vowing'
ing' vowing' "I'm going to run her till she
leaves the rail,, or make it on time
with the southbound mail.".
' Mrs. 'Jones remembered that
when the Cannonball olouehed in
to a line of boxcars stal'ed on the
tracx, casey was only two minu
tes off the regular schedule.
Sim Webb, the fireman with
Casey on his last run, survived
the crash and died within he
Jewels, Mink Gone
From N.Y. Hotel
NEW YORK. .Nov. 22 (UPI1-
Dominican playboy Porflrlo Ru Rubirosa
birosa Rubirosa today reported the disap disappearance
pearance disappearance of $30,000 in jewels
from his swank hotel suite.
- Rubirosa told police the jewels
were missing from his third
flor suite in the Plasa Hotel
when he returned there early
this morning. y :; 1 r 1 '" '."
A description of the jewels was
not immediately available. De
tectives were sent to-the hotel to
J mink coat also i
' Ruhirnia tniri Thar
MOSCOW. Nor. 22 (UPI) Russia held ud its nlaW-
for ending the four-power occupation of Berlin toddy. I .'
inree western ambassadors had been called to the
Soviet foreign ministry. But instead of receiving a pro promised
mised promised document on Berlin's future they were given state statements
ments statements concerning relations between the Soviet Union and
their own countries.
Meanwhile n Augusta,
crisis over the parfifionina
dow over President Eisenhower's plans for a. weekend of,
The President planned
weather today, for another
advisers were keeping in constant touch with Enalnnri knA
Frqnce on the Berlin issue.
There was no confirmation in Moscowiofo report
broadcast by the official East German
would -make its proposals on "eradicatioa-ofthe occupa occupation
tion occupation status of Berlin, this mornina.
If Appeared likely, in
sian move,. wiH.not be forthcoming this weekend.
West tier man foreign minister
Heinrich von Brentano flew' into
toggy;.. erm inoLconjeK witnjv est
Beiun, mayor,, wuj.y. iranw., 4uu
Western1 'official on, the serious
"I believe the Berlin position
will; be maintained lthouh f
cevrt the situation is serious"
he told newsmen en his arrival
t Tempelhof airfield from
Von Brentano Said "I do not
think I snould make a statement
until the situation clarifies itself.
"However, I qo Believe thai
the Berlin position will be main
tained although of course toe sit situation
uation situation is serious."
Brentano sped irom the airfield
to city hall to confer with Brandt
and city officials.
He was scheduled to leave for
the West German city of Darm Darmstadt
stadt Darmstadt tomorrow to vote in the
Hessian state 1 elections, then go
on to Bonn where Tuesday he
will meet West German amoassa amoassa-dors
dors amoassa-dors to Moscow, Washington, Lon
don, Pans and NATO.
In a statement issued yester
day, the vacation White House at
Augusta, ua;, announced tne u-
nited States! "firm intentions of
keeping West Berlin safe from a
threatened intrution oy Kussia.
Eisenhower went to fne 8lf
course yesterday after confr confr-r
r confr-r ng with Christian A. Herter,
deputy secretary of state. Her Herter
ter Herter was standing in for Secre Secretary
tary Secretary ef State John Foster DuP
whe also is taking a week weekend
end weekend vacation.
"The President and our govern
ment are keemna in close touch
with the situation in Berlin, and
also, as a government, keeping
in close touch with the govern governments
ments governments of the United Kingdom
and the Republic of France,
press secretary James C. Hager Hager-ty
ty Hager-ty reported after the Eisenhower Eisenhower-Herter
Herter Eisenhower-Herter conference.
"This is a situation where our
firm intentions in West Berlin
remain unchanged," Hagerty
said, those intentions being to
"maintain tne integrity ot west
The last .German Communists
yesterday vowed to take con control
trol control of Western Allied lifelines
between Berlin and the West.
The Soviet ambassador to West
Germany premised "we will
give Berlin beck" te the Ger German
man German Reds. ''
It appeared the Soviets intend
ed to move swiftly to turn over
their occupation powers to the
Soviet zone Communists and force
a showdown over the divided ci
ty, probably this weekend.
!,I hope it will go quickly,"
said Soviet ambassador Andrei
Smirnov in a reception at Bonn.
"The faster the better." He- indi indicated
cated indicated he believed the matter
would be settled to the Kremlin's
satisfaction within a month.
"The German should celebrate
peaceful Christmas," he said.
"We will give Berlin back to
A forthcoming Soviet announce
ment was .expected to give the
East.;' Germans the occupation
powers now held by the Soviets,
while at the -same time demand
ing the United States; Britain-and
France withdraw from, their sec
tors of Berlin, .liy .'--.'w
The announcement could lead
te e blockade similar : te the
unsuccessful 194M9 Reel attempt
H squeeie : rhe Wott out 4
,. f mm-.'.
Ga., the steadily worsening
of Berlin cast a aloomv sha
to take advantaae of fini:
round of aolf. But he anA hie
fact, that the exnerrr fri.eL
Berlin. But Mils time, tp.'
peared that ny blockade would'
dcterf. mainly-against the
three, Western Alii, L. wt.
gainst the-, Wear Berliners. v--
of Hie East. German Communist
Party's agitation and propaganda:
department boasted in a speech,
the East Germans would take -o-ve'
1 Russia's occupation duties.
If the Western powers .'wadl
to supply fiheir garrisons in Ber Berlin,
lin, Berlin, he said, they will have to ne ne-gotiate
gotiate ne-gotiate with the East Germans at
Volunteers To Be ;
Accepted For Ja.v5
Jungle Course !;
For the second time tn
history of the
Training Center at Fort Sheri
man, volunteers will .be accepted
for a two-week Jungle orienta,
tlon course durin t.h
Jan. -5-23 1959. The mZXZ
-i11 Ranches of the ; armed
'"L1-" m tne canal Zone!;?
lot s first orientation Cycl;
include volunteers took place in
October for 41 numhmkii,.
Army and Air Force 39 ofShom
were graduated with JuSS
pert badges, it is expected 'that
vt? ine,A"' Force but the
Navy also, will ask to have ,!
S!. 5ile.d-, The iavy W
5"ujr Kssea i or io space In the
first orientation cycle, but bad
to cancel out at t.h lnct.
, lin n J jYJ
due to commitments not knowri
when application was made; :"
The volunteers attending 4h
orientation cycle in January "Will
jvu., A company,. 1st, Battle
Group, 20th infantry, for the
course. The center Is operated by
the battle group, ajnd training
for the comDanv will h.
lar part of their training pro-
b". an elements or tne battle
group already have attended,.?
will attend the two-week course
at JWTC in the week to come.
High School Girls
rAiCKUrt, -JN.J. (UPI)
School officials meet today tin the
wake of reoorti that tn Bw4
girls were' lured -into lex 'orgies
mi me oaca. room, ot a grocery
during the. past two yeers., ,'''
Authorities disclosed yesterday
that 10 men and U high school
gins toon pan in me orgies.
Two of. the. girls, one, 14 and' the
other 16. are nreenant anri third
is believed pregnant police said.
. ine ,a it c I s ur e a prompted
Schools Sunt Michael Gima tn rail
a meeting .of all principals today
to wamvpupihh agalhstfiuch ac
tivltiet All.ia girls were between
13 and It years old and. were stu
dents m the Faterson school syi-
tem.- i ..- V .
Four' men' arrested in criminal
charges were identified as Bay
mond Ft Montavlo, 21: Radamsi
Santiaso. 19: Raoul Maralos. 22:
V and iliguel A. Gonialai, 20. ""
TRK PANAMA AMERICA AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1951
THE, PANAMA AMERICAN
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, 1 CABLt AODRES! PANAMIItlCAN, PANAMA-. ." ',
Colon Orricit ia.7f Centrai, Avenue etwcem itm'ai13tk STatcra
, ..Fomion Representatives JOS44UA B. OWMS. INC.
4 WIIIOH AVI.,
nm Monti in abvance
ttW'Sit MONTH in ADVANCE.
Po One year in Advance
;rilS YOUK FORUM THI READERS OWN COLUMN
V Tlit Mail is an span forum or readers of Tt Panama Xmarieaa;
Letters art ftcaivad irateMly and an handlae ia a whollv canfidenHal
.If ya ca.tribute a letter don't be impatient if H doesn't appear the
atsfday. Letters are published in the order received.
"jliWeese try to keep the letters limited te one paae leneth.
r Identity of lefter writers Is held In strictest confidence.
This newspaper assume no responsibility for statements or opinions
expressed In letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
RAINBOW CITY LITTLE LEAGUE PARK
i We over here in Rainbow City are constructing our Little
League ball park. This is first time that the youngsters will be
having their own playing field and not have to wait until the
Rainbow City Open Classification Softball League completes its
'schedule to begin theirs.
, This little league park is being built, or should be built, by
vthe community as the Canal Zone Administration has done all
that it can fiscally do... and that was not too much.l A com-
munity project of such magnitude which encompasses the fu future
ture future of children is lacking the support of some of the so-called
"iclvic leaders" of Rainbow City. These gentlemen are up to
their old tricks again. Every time there is work to be done, no
Mf. So-and-So" is around or if around always takes a pessimis pessimistic
tic pessimistic view of the pians.
Thpn rnme. the dftv or nieht of the affair and Messrs. 50-
and-So" are the first on the premises because Governor rouer
will be present or Colonel Nic'rerson will be around to rub
shoulders with, or the photographers will be around to take pic-
tures for the newspapers
We are prepared this time for them No work, no public
While still on the subject I would like to make note that
Rupert Beckford, McCloud of the Mt. Hope Stadium, Topper or
Rainbow Citv and Archbold from Camp Bierd are working a a-long
long a-long with Wilfred Barrow and other real civic-minded citizens,
i These are the people who should pitch the "first pitch," sit be beside
side beside the Governor and other officials, get their pictures taken
and bow hefore the public for their hard work and get the rec recognition
ognition recognition they deserve.
NASSER AND PANAMA'S STUDENTS
: 'Translator" (Mail Box, May 19) compares the present re re-belllous
belllous re-belllous students of Panama to Nasser and his colleagues in
5gypt. The insinuation is that the students can be classified as
leaning toward? Communism in the manner of Nasser. Ob Obviously
viously Obviously "Translator" is American or English, for only those peo people
ple people smear anvthing and everytning to their detriment as "com-munlst-insmred"
"Translator" has taken advantage of a mere coincidence to
Imalign all Panamanians by Implying they have the same aspir aspirations
ations aspirations as vhore of Nasser's Egyptians.! He has in effect accused
Panama nf mpmhprshin In the "Yankee Go Home" committee,
!which indeed enjoys considerable popular strength in almost
every corner of the world.
I Panama asks for equality In treatment from Americans re residing
siding residing on- her own,soil, so "fraBsla,tQr" accusesf her of cultivat cultivating
ing cultivating students who will grow "up determined" to trpftw the gringos
oufsolely because the students greedily want; to nationalize the
. JCatfal, and are ungrateful for the "kind-hearted" benefits con conferred
ferred conferred on them now and In times past by Americans.
,J Does "Translator" view the flag-planting "Operation Sov Sovereignty"
ereignty" Sovereignty" as a manifestation of a student ambition to throw
the gringos out just for kicks?
t ti 1 i ..... .4 liTi.n r r.lt mkA hatl-aV nO
f. a .j ir. is nBi'HiiNM in nr-uinr: uivr
tMuK nt nrh Amprinans n Ahp
,av vu0 V A j v -
welt-that outnreaKS of ami -American nosiuny ottur, suuii bs
thjjse which nlagued Vice-president Richard M. Nixon's tour of
- South America.
Too many Americans label such outbreaks mere manlfesta-Jtidiis-
of jealousy of the US's material wealth, without examln examln-"
" examln-" 1ng their own consciences and their country's actions to see
whether perhaps the foreign country in question Is indeed be be-infe
infe be-infe exploited for the direct material benefit of the U.S.
- I v Americans iikc lransiator eiucr luicign iuunum, neat.
the1 'local resents high-handedly, but expect no resentment
. Jbecause they fancy it is their right to be regarded as "great
American benefactors.' They have no respect for the dignity
of other nationalities, but expect respect for themselves.
; For "Translator's" information it is not Americans in gen gen-'
' gen-' Jeral that Panamanian's want off the soil of Panama, but only
' Americans of "Translator's" type.
i J The students do not want nationalization of the Canal (de-
SDite the statement of politicians, hoodlums, communists per-
naps, iiliu guvcixiuiciit i&kciius wnu in oviac taoca nave occfjeu
' Ilnto student organizations) but rather want equality of rights.
"Those same rights their ancestors failed to demand when the
' Canal was being constructed, and which the students' elders at
-present are not prepared to fight for.
1 Teddy Roosevelt, in my opinion, really had a policy of
i 'treating Panamanians with respect, but it seems the congress congress-Imen
Imen congress-Imen since his day have had something else In mind.
, I t
"He Should Too," (Mall Box, Nov. 19) be completely out of
'sight of the human race as he has had since Nov. 19 until now
. ito get out of ii?ht. Reference: G-2 (Mail Box, Nov. 17) TV shows
, i As for m and my family, we enjoy a good serial providing
that the serial ends before we do. It seems as if they could put
' another serial o nat least two nights a week captioned "One
- Lifetime Please" Instead of "One Moment Please." It seems as
if "He 8hould Too" must have something to do with these so-
"called donations for cominz to the defense of these wonderful
'' programs that are being donated.
It is now 2100 hours, Nov. 19, 1958 and I don't even have
' "One Moment Please" on my TV set. but Just a picture tube
i showing its own light. Someone should spare us the torture of
, turning on our tv s to gei noming. ne rsnouid Too," live long
enough to realize that we are here not as an armed forces war
; machine but as ambassadors towards peace and goodwill. The
TV programs should not be viewed solely by military but by
; everyone on '.he Isthmus.
i, I whole-heartedly agree we have the finest shlppine line
and the fastest airlines operating. So why doesn't "He Should
Too" take an airline fast?
ALL THE BRASS
Kow wise Is it to place most of our great U.S. military minds
In one basket' One of these days, some foreign power, or nit nitwit
wit nitwit Is going to drop or place a bomb In the football stadium
during the Army-Navy football game and pow the second
lieutenants and ensigns are going to be runnine the show I
n lust see It now, seicnd
ana ensigns commanaing aircrait carriers. Sleep on that tonight.
PANAMA AMtRiCAN raui. INC.
m TOUR. Ul( n. I.
; is oo
. a Lauiaiauui vvuv w&uin.r
Lincoln and Theodore Roose-
,u- I. U...
Should Me Too, G-2?
IN ONE BASKET
lieutenants in charge of divisions
By VICTOR RISSIL
- A relative by marriage dropped
In on Adlai Stevenson in Chicago
on the night of Saturday, Nov. 8.
If Mr. Stevenson was a trifle re re-sed,
sed, re-sed, it was not a matter of a
family strain. Mark it down to the
fact of political life that the visit
or, Gov. Robert Myner ol New
Jersey, and kissing cousin Steven
son real'y want the same job.
Namely, the presidency of the
Meyner, who made it up from
newstxy to Governor the hafd
way. was in Chicago for the first
of what will become a series of
hundreds of appearances. These
he hopes will move him from the
Governor's mansion to the White
House in '60.
This time he spoke' at a labor
gathering. While the Governor was
being introduced to the truly roar roaring
ing roaring crowd, the president of a Pos Postal
tal Postal Clerks Union local shouted to
the toastmaster, "You're introduc introducing
ing introducing the next President of the U.S."
There were more cheers. Gov.
Meyner retained the calm of a
wise hopeful who knows the dang dangers
ers dangers of early front running.
There is much more political
significance in the date of 'he
speech than in the speech of the
evening. Meyner waited until the
election was over to launch his
own campaign for the Democra Democratic
tic Democratic presidential nomination. It has
been carefu'ly planned for some
two years. It has strong backing
in the highest Democratic Nation National
al National Committee circles.
This drive has influential busi businessmen's
nessmen's businessmen's support as well Exact Exactly
ly Exactly 18 months ago, for example,
some of the nation's most sophis sophisticated
ticated sophisticated and politically know'edge
able men gathered for a birthday
celebration in a glass walled pent
house club in mid-Manhattan. At
that time and one of those pre
sent was Jim Farley the betting
men in the group said, "Watch
Bob Meyner. He'll start his camp campaign
aign campaign right after the '58 election."
Gov. Meyner has launched that
If insiders have it right, the Jer Jersey
sey Jersey Governor will be wooing the
labor people, mostly. In that deci decision
sion decision rests the biggest story of the
1960 election. Not because Meyn Meyner
er Meyner simply wants labor support.
But because no man wi'l get the
Democratic nomination unless he
has the solid backing of labor's
chiefs and that's a lot, easier
written than arranged.
The labor men are not united on
any nominee. But they are the
men who will be the single most
influential force behind the men
who will decide who the candidate
This may clash with th. purity
of some college civics courses, but
the king makers at the next Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic convention will be New
York City's Mayor Robert Wag Wagner,
ner, Wagner, Pennsylvania's Gov. elect Da David
vid David Lawrence, Ohio's pixyish Gov Gov-elect
elect Gov-elect Mike DiSa'le, Chicago's May Mayor
or Mayor Richard Daley and Colleague
Jake Arvey and California's Gov.
elect Pat Brown. They are the
men who will come to the nation
al convention with powerful blocs
of votes. V
There wi'l always be an enigma
named Harry Truman, reportedly
devoted to Sen. Stuart Symington
of Missouri. But that's not certain.
Thiri will, of course, be senate
maioritv leader Lyndon Johnson
However, the power bloc will real really
ly really be the meshing northern machi
nery led by the Big Six. The oth others
ers others will be favorite sons.
But one thing is certain in this
photofinish business every one
of the Big Six it consulting with
the labor leaders in his own baili
wick and will continue to do so
until the final TV shot of a Utter Uttered,
ed, Uttered, empty convention hal'. Every
one of the Big Six is virtually
part of is state's labor move
Mavor Wagner has long cham
pioned New York labor and vice
versa. Gov elect Lawrence is jusi
as close to the Pennsylvania u
nions. Chicago's Mayor Daley is t
Teamster although out of the u-
nion for some time.
As for Mike DiSalle, no one
could be closer to the big unions.
Some of those who spent the final
election hours with him were
synonymous with labor brain trust trusting.
ing. trusting. And the California campaign
made too much history to require
any run down on Mr. Brown's
main source of strength, camp campaign
aign campaign contributions and manpower.
If Gov. Meyner wants the sup support
port support of these men, ha will need to
win over labor first before he can
push aside the other contenders.
That's why the. man from Jersey
is off to an early start. He's got a
lot of territory and leaders to take
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Celebs About Town: Prince Carl
Johann Bernadotte, whose pater
is King of Sweden and whose s.ster
is Queen of Denmark, studying the
commoners in the St. Aloritt toy-
er. .Zsa-Zsa uabor standing in
the rear of Mama's 'jewelry store,
oblivious to the stares of custom customers
ers customers as she lifts a tall drink of
milk. .Charles A. Lindbergh un
recognized by the 5th Avenue
in pulled-down hat, .Noel Coward
and chic Diana Vreeland of Harp
er s Bazaar ,at h Aigion proving
(with thier shivering elegance)
that the properly-wielded cigarette
holder can be as imperious and
withering an instrument as the old-
fashioned lorgnette. .Lawyer
Tommy Corcoran, one of FDR's
closest pals, weeping at "Sunrise
At Compobello' a play about the
late president's' tragic years. .
Terry Moore, divorced One Whole
Day, hailing a keb at Columbus
Circle. Her Venus figger hugged
tight by blue-jeans.
Sallies In Our Alley: Eavesdrop1
ped at the Envoy: "Do, you think
Opera Star Callas and Opera Boss
Bing are enjoying all the news newspaper
paper newspaper stories they are getting?"..
"I doubt it. Hams always despise
co Stars". .At The Boulevard an
opera fan was reading the head-
Iihac n H-I-. Vvl t "It rnva tnjk Polloe
has been banned by opera'housej
in 7 countries!". ."Wow!" eja ejaculated
culated ejaculated a listener. "Is she outta
Novelet: The Hollywood Report
er's critic, Leonard Hoffman; nd
kindfolk were dining, at Lihdy's
kind folk were dinning at Lindy's
who passed on In recent months.
"They irony of the unhappy news
from Madrid." sighed Hoffman.
"Errol Flynn, who lived-it-up boo boo-zily
zily boo-zily for so many years, never felt
better in his life. But, Tyrone Pow
er, exponent of clean living, drops
Memos of a Midnighter: Lana
Turner's new big interest appears
to be oroducer Hugo Haas. .Mar-
lene Dietrich's dates now include
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To Reattl ana Return t.16S.or
Matt Culligan of NBC.
Bergman pians engaging a puuiic
relations expert to handle her wed-
o.ng, .Didn't -the Gino s haiihics.
win $4,000 with a pair of dice
from a socialite?, Allegedly star stared
ed stared with "Double or Nothing" in
stead of a two-bit tip. .Noel
Coward's new tome, "Play Par
ade," includes his plays and com
ments on critics who yawned at
them. .Big buzz about how Jiar Jiar-ron
ron Jiar-ron Hilton got his foot broken.
Breaking up a scuttle Between mo
vie star Bob Wagner and Nicky?
. .Big backstage secret at au-
zie -Wong"; That France wuyen
has flipped over Marlon Brando
and ignores all warnings, etc.
Manhattan Murals: Sign in the
window of a Madison Avenue je
welry store: "Ring That Belle!,JlVi;1,y1)ttjMuAins.
sign nexi 10 Dam toweis ui a nui
Street window: "Big Sale on Bar Bar-dot
dot Bar-dot Blotters". .The 52nd Street
strip-teaser, who advertises her
art as "Irma The Body." Her
real name is Mafy Goodneighbor..
The coffee shop on West 56th thalinress-aaent
has--an -Espresso machine madejgress mcmues t musreians, t croon
from a war surplus fuel pump.
They pussycat in a W. 58th drug druggist's.
gist's. druggist's. It wears a collar inscribed:
"I Love Tad Hunter". .The Green
Lantern's brightly lit Chritmas
Tree in the window.
Times Square Circle: John Drew
Barry more came to Our Town
quietly over "the week-end. To seU
tie his problem with Equity?. .
Two of more recently opened lav lavish
ish lavish nightspots (one on the East
Side, the oOher on the Best Side)
are about $200,000 each in the
Red. '.The big stores expect the
"biggest Christmas in 50 years"
The Chas. O'Currans (Patti Page)
will adopt a little Colleen in Ireland
. .Don't invite Andy Williams
and any oca disc jockey to the
same party. They are miffed with
him because he favors Dick Clark
with Us new platters: : .NBC," they
say, will pitch Hartford deejay
Jim Gallant against Cark. their
top competitor. .Loise Bell, who
wrote the new hit record, "This Is
Real," is Perry Como's sister in inlaw.
law. inlaw. 1
, .Nov. n
. . .Dec II
. . Die. XI
;The Comics' Tablet, "Can't un
nerstan it. the nit was ootio at
the Concord but bagle'd at Bros'
singer s . fevvyume 1 tell a
cloli I'm a comic she gets seri
ousr . .' He s not my idea ot a
funnyman. But he's always work
ing . ."He made a lonune writ writing
ing writing most comics' adlibs". ."The
puolic sure is getting lough lo
please. I can't lind wow!". ."Wot ."Wot-ta
ta ."Wot-ta oreak. My dawier just got ma married
rried married and -now I hafta take my
wiie on tne road witn me!"
Stage Door: Alfred Ryder whiles
away tiie time waiting ior h.s wife
(iuiu aunieyj at "ioucn ot tne
j?oet" by cnaiung with Her former
nusoanu) tun couway, also in tne
snow. .May Britt s real name is
bacjc ashow? '"The happ.esl jv,-
uonaire played on iiroad
(and the roau; tor 15 months and
lost almost ,(KHJ. .Mariene Die Dietrich's
trich's Dietrich's son-in-law (Wm. Riva) in-
vemeu a wy. Uranuma is ois oest
.xne new Bbtn con
ers and one mag.cian. .Chicago's
"wy D air Laay wul c.loe auer
his 65th week.; "South Pacinc!' ran
tnere jor BT.tsttow SMUlie? Per Perkins
kins Perkins got tnestar role' irr "Diary
ot Anne Frank." She wrote a let letter
ter letter to uirecior George Steieng ask asking
ing asking ii she might reau'ior him. As
innpie as; that, defeated 10,223 ap ap-pncanis.
pncanis. ap-pncanis. '- ; i,
The Orchid Garden: Frankie
Laine's latest album. It includes
one ot our pet:, "kou ve cnaug cnaug-ea".
ea". cnaug-ea". .lhe MGuire's sisters' new newest
est newest baliaa: "May xou Always ". .
"Maite A Miliion," especially Sam
Levene, one ot ihe ianmesi ineu
in snow-biz. .Betty Uomden and
Adoipa Green at the Cherry Lane
'l heater. Xalent In Person. .."Ella
Fitzgerald tings the irvmg Berun
Songoook'; (Verve Records;. Da Da-via
via Da-via xturit at iKuoan Bleu spool spooling
ing spooling a "method" actor reading the
weatner report. .Martna Wrignt
thrushing "i Enjoy Beuig a Girl,"
trom "tuower irum song," at tne
Cast of Characters: Leon Belai-
co ot "once More With reeling"
has it made. His wife in Beverly
Hills supervises tne construction
oi tneir latest apartment blag.
Jean Cunningham, p.anist at tne
Kamtree on 2nd Avenue, Debbie's
night. .Cye Martin, owner of the
clooung store next aoor to Lindv s.
He shineu snoes in iront ol un
day's 25 years ago. .M.ke Merlo,
a waiter at The Tender Trap. Been
writing songs tor Its years without
a nit. his very first is Patti Pace's
"Fibbin". .fhiLb Kaluei. maitre
d' at the Envoy. Didn't always
have It so' goou." Spent Wears
in a Nazi concentration camo. .
hConway Twitty, whose hit platter
is it s umy juaKe-ueneve. His
real nam is Harold Jenkins.
Sounds in the Night: At Reu
ben's; "Governor Faubus. How
would you like your daughter to
marry a Bigot?". .At Polonaise:
"She couldn't act her way out ol
a papered house!". .At the Tra
veler s Hotel: "rake back your
miruc, i m not mat Kind of a girl.
i m a size smauer . .At tne to
pa:., "Save, your money while you
not. nig spenders need friends
more often than they have tham"
At the Roundtable: Hey, let' visit
tne society nignt clubs and count
the : nose-jobs". .At La Seal
"Lovely girl. She has that clean,
wnoiesome, nana ou loos.
OSAGE, W.Vs. Wnen disas disaster
ter disaster strikes a community the cali
ber ox that community can oe
gauged by the vigor with which it
stages a comeback.' :
When the Clinton.. Teenn.v High
School was blow up, : Its x school
board did not lose a day of school.
When; the? Osage jumor? high
school was dynamited, it lost on only
ly only one day. mu?
wnen i visited Osage Just,three
days after the explosion I found
Miss Pauline Boone, at the near
by Cassvule school reading to a
KM grade class trom Osaee ai if
nomine naa nappenea. Actuauv a
great oeai naa haooened but both
miss Boone and tne students,9 all
all transplanted from the' gutted
school, took it in their stride.
Miss Boone was reading from
i book called "Molecules and At
oms."-:,- ..- ;;):.-
"Our other books wer blown
up," -she said half apologetically.
"so the children can't study their
lesson umess i read it ( to tnem
from this one book. 'However.
tney are taxing notes and seem
to be doing pretty well.
I looked at the book, "Mole
cules ana Atoms. When I was
in the 9th grade we had n e v a r
neara ot sucn uungs, I looked at
the class. They were quietly ; sit
ting around two. bis tables as if
nothing had happened, taking
Herman Walker of the Cassvllle
school 'explained that different
classes from the bombed-out Os
age school, had been squeezed in
to otner neigntorinx schools a
round the West Virginia hills.
Seventy-fcve students from the 7th
and 8th grades had gone to Sena-
ca. is nad come to Cass villa and
the remainder has been shifted to
a former all-Negro school in Os
I took a look at the other
schools. Things were; a little
crowded, but" both : students snd
teachers were not letting the
hatemonger who blew up the
school at Osage stop for one min
ute the pace of education in this
little coal mining community
which had suffered harship in the
Airs. Micnaeis. at Cassvule was
already working to put her chil
dren in the west Virginia Golden
Horse Shoe competition for the
prize students of the state.
Meanwhile the countv school
board was meeting to decide what
to do about rebuilding the gutted
schoolhouse. Insurance in the
building totakd-S91.000 olus $5fioo
xur in contents, total estimated
damage: around $200,000,
I went down to take another
look at the school and. to talk to
Johi Marshall the Methodist wel
fare worker who lives just across
the street, and was the first to
reach the scene of the exDlosinn.
There had been 93 Negro chil
dren in the school with about 220
white children. I asked him wheth
er racial friction had been re
sponsible." ; --..:
"We have never bad any troii-
we aiong tnatw,, fine,:' he said
vneniwime ana egro miners
wprK-DesMfft, each 'Other under:.
ground, they leara to live togeth
er Dove ground, xneir life and
saiety depends on it
c"This town has been integrated
in spirit long before the Suprenie
Lourc decision ot 1854."
INTEGRATED CITY COUNCIL
Mayor Stanley Solomon, grocery
store owner who has been extend extending
ing extending a long line of credit to unem unemployed
ployed unemployed miners, paid tribute1 to ra racial
cial racial harmony. His recorder is
Mrs. Ann Brown,- Negro. Other
council members are Mrs. Sadie
Thomas and Roosevelt Jackson,
iegroes: wim Mrs. Margaret Kun
urn, josepn asJ0 a c,grocery
man ana umit xoiss, a i miner,
an wnue. n
Osage junior hirh schnnl hari
been following the dictum of Gov
ernor Faubus that a local com
munity has a right to decide it
own race relations
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State.
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loan with gunrantaei on-.ftrt mortgagel
or other securities ;
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits ore accepted thru d period
of ,48 weeks
Individual stfety deposit boxe, for jewelry and
b document, in 4 different tlzes.'f;,
office jn panama!
ZttW Central Ave. at ;
corner of "I" Street :
G. A. De ROUX,
y DREW PEAnaOH .1
. v i j
Tint tha twml 4. nit. u.
micame race relations, lay in --shambles.
shambles. --shambles. Here and there among'
the indescribable debris were .tax
es which the dynamite hadxleft
ujuoucnea. !;,- -vc -.. a, v-r- t
In the home eennnmirs Hvnartw
ment, the clock on ; the TanoaB
gas-range. had stopped at exact'
y p.u.viiwr miunigni sun-,
day, marking the time the explo-'
sjon- went ofL' Chandeliers were
Ijblown off theceiling, china clos.
rew mown on the walls.' broken
dishes scattered everywhere. But
on one table in the middle of the
room was a plate of biscuits un-
A little firl had bafcM hi
Friday before the hatemonger-had
come in to wreck the building.
X In the bookcase ivmained
book: "Home-making for Teeag
ersiThe Teenagers who" m
studying home-makins vimM nhn
have a Jbard time getting a ;new
Upstairs in tne 3rd
(the school was crowded and otb
er grades had been mnvH int h
class haa been getting ready for
.On the wall were tacked draw drawings
ings drawings of the Puritan fathers carry,
ing their turkeys to celebrate the
drawings of the: Puritan father father-carrying
carrying father-carrying ; their.-; turkeys to celo
brate the first Thanksgiving in
Massachusetts 300 yeas ago,
couldn't helD but think that f.
little town of Osage, its miner
aireaay out ot worx, -would ; have
a bleak Thanksgiving this year
uiauKs to inaie. s; -,
ouuide one room was a sign,
Mr. Haller Social Scienr anil
English." Haller was busy teactt
mg in one ot me new makeshift
classrooms, but some of the prin prin-ciples
ciples prin-ciples he taught remained behind.
On a ehart was written ''our Her Her-itage
itage Her-itage of Freedom, Origin of the
common-law, Petition of Rights.
The" dynamite blast had left these
great principles untouched. They
still remained on the all at
least in name.
Also on the wall was a poster.
"Protect Forest Fires Keep A A-merica
merica A-merica Green-T, The students of
the Osage School had been trying
to be good citizens by preventing
forest fires, but they could not
prevent the fire of hate the dem.
olished their school.
On the wall was another pic picturethat
turethat picturethat of Abraham L i a e o 1 n,
who once proclaimed a. nation
"dedicated to the orooosition Hiat
all men are created equal."
1 Uiffh tin am 11 ...
ture looked down on the broken
plaster, the twisted cinder-block,
the glass and dust of a school
where children bad been studying
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federal ijadge VEdward vTVein vTVein-fields
fields vTVein-fields in ian; historic deciioo" deal dealing
ing dealing witb 'previous'y- untested Sec Section
tion Section of the iClaytoB ftti-Trust
Act, said the merger would vio-
, late 4hev law by. lessening compe competition
tition competition the. steel industry.?;'
iThe decision,; which, 13 expected
to be apoealed directly ta the.Su the.Su-,
, the.Su-, prem Court, also ., is expected
to form he nucleus fov a body
of law on mergers.,- afiejfr of par paramount
amount paramount interest ti Industry. ;
- Section t oi the Clayton Act,
inH- uHirh thp east .was tried.
states that any merger is illegal
. La Boca
The time honored festival of
Harvest home will be observed at
St. Peter's Church in La Boca" lo lo-morroowrwltk
morroowrwltk lo-morroowrwltk a Thanksgiving ser service
vice service starting at lQ:30 'lm:'
Preceded by a festive procession
of thehchoriters, acolytes, and cler clergy,'
gy,' clergy,' a choral Eucharist will mark
As a feature; children attending
will present their gifts at the altar
during the offertory.
At T p.m? members of the church
will assemble at the usual place
in Pedro Miguel for the monthly
service of evensong. This,, as well
as the chora Eucharist, will be
officiated by-the Rev. John Spear,
priest in charg of St. Peter's.
Holy communion will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated in Pedro Miguel 9:30 a.m.
next Thursday instead of Friday
At special services h Loyalty
Sunday,t the First Baotist Church
of Balboa Heights, new hymn w.l!
be presented to the congregation.
-During the -morning services at
:3o. and' MMO the congregation
siil .-use "for: the first time the new
Baptist -hymnal recently purchas purchased
ed purchased by the church.
Toe'entiWeongregatioh' is asked
to attend either the early or the
lrtte service in order that a com complete'
plete' complete' registration can b made for
the correction of church records.
Pasto W. H. Beeby will present
a message on stewarship entitled
'God's Wealth, and Ours; The a a-dultichoiri,
dultichoiri, a-dultichoiri, wilt, be singing under
the direction of Mrs. Dorothy Chap
man and -the Chapel Choir will
be directed. byiBob-Dallstcom. Chil Children's
dren's Children's chapel will be under the
leadership? of iMr- R. 'iWt $nyder.
The ten deoartments 6f the Sun
day School begin at 9:30 with R.
L. Snyder a s." superintendent and
Rev. Eltoti F. .Tickers as' educa educational
tional educational director' and adult superin superintendent.;';'
tendent.;';' superintendent.;';' ..;,: .',
The Baptist Training Union and
New Members Fellowship begins
at 6: 30,, followed by the evening
service at' 7:30. During' the even evening
ing evening service Mrs.- Dorothy Hash will
direct the special music by the
youth -choir. The' men's, quartet
will sing a" special number just
before the message by the pastor
entitled "The, Cultivation of the Spi Spiritual
ritual Spiritual Life", taken from Paul's ad advise
vise advise to Timothy. Complete nursery
facilities are provided.
LONDON (UPI) The govern government's
ment's government's works ministry has reject rejected
ed rejected a proposal fop installation of
a pay-as-you-ride elevator to take
visitors to the top of Big Ben,, the
clock that dominates the houses
of Paruatwnt. ,;s. .-..;,rH..
tiom or tend toward monopoly in
i In 4 rejecting the merger pro proposal
posal proposal which was strougly fought
by the government, Judge
Bed'; noted- i in fan:!' page-. deci
sion that' the -proposed combine
would have euminatea xoungs
town coth as ait'&ubslantiar po
tential, competitor' of Bethlehem
and "a substantial independent
alternative source -of supply for
all steel customers.''
t ArhJir, : B, Homer, president of
Bethlehem..- said,-in -a prepared
statement hat: if thu decision
stood its effect would be "substan "substantially
tially "substantially to retard the competitive
growth of American industry."'
.He reiterated that the merger
would be beneQcial because j&
would create it. the, miowest
Vstrong new competitive force."
The companies have contended
that the merger would create a
company be'ter ab'e- h compete
with ?iant U S, Steel Corp. in the
rich middle west market, where
Bethlehem nresentlv has no
. Government attorneys countered
by say'ng the mtrger would les lessen
sen lessen competition by eliminating
one company from the steel in industry
Judge Weinficld ruled th4t Sec Section
tion Section 7 of the Clay ton. Ac "is vio violated
lated violated whether "or not actual re restraints
straints restraints O! monopolies or the
substantia' lessening of competi competition
tion competition have occurred or are intend intended."
He said if the merger "offends
the statute in any relevant mar
ket -then goo motives and even
jdepons rable benefits are irrele
vant ana anora no aeiense.
The -decision was handed 'down
just SVfc monti aftej; a lour-week
trial ?. il the issues, at which the
court heard "-25 witnesses. .' The
juage naa zu,uw pages or tesu
mony to "study diets' and ana
lyze" before writing his decision.
Beihleheni at (he trfa.) said it
planned o .spend $358 million to
expand Youngstown's mid west fa
cilities if the merger were ap
However, the judge in his de
cision said t "proposed merger
runs afoul of the prohibitions of
the Clayton Act in so many direc
tions that to permit it, is to ren
der becuon T' of the act sterile.
To iay .$hat the" elimination of
ypungstown'wou'd not -result in
a significant .f'reductiojT, in the
vigor of competition in the steel
industry is, in the light oh its
history to disregard experience.'
The iudge ilso, explained that
to permit hts' merger would give
the ereen sht to other v steel
firms to consolidate "in order to
give more effective competition
. .(and) so we reach 'a point
of more intense concern ration tn
an indus;ry already : highly con concentrated
centrated concentrated indeed we head in the
direction of tripo'y.
U.S. Steel Corp. is the .biggest
steel producer in the nation, a
position which would not have
been jeopardized by the mergr.
Bethlehem is the. seron largest
p-oducer and ioungstowq th
The merger of the two firms
would have created a company
with iotal sales of around $3 bil billion
lion billion and an annua' steelmaking
capacity of 2900,000 tons. U.S
Steel's capacity is more than 40
Modify Filibuster Peaceably
vN -.-:, --':f yy
WASHINGTON (UPI)-Sen. J.
William Fulbright (D-Ark.) said
yesterday Senate Democratic
eader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.)
would be a' magician if ht ould
persuade the Senate to change its
filibuster 'rule without a party party-splitting
splitting party-splitting fight, v
Fulorigh, doted that Johnson
said Wednesday he was resigned
to an early showdown on a rules
change but wanted the' Issue re resolved
solved resolved in "intelligent, QdignSied
manner" that would hot split, the
Democrats in the Senate wide wide-open.
open. wide-open. r ;
i ... -r.-v--;
"If that happens, he will be a
magician," Fulbright said. "He
has 4nazed mf .ime atid- again
and maybe he .catf do "it.: But I'd
think just toe opposite would hap happen."
pen." happen." .' .x -;
Fulbright said he did not favor
any change in the': present, rule
which requires the vote of M- sen-;
ators to chokis4 off filibuster,
the t traditional;' weapoo $ of-, the
soHtherner,s tot? killing tvit'pghts
iJJe' said he. particokrly was-QP;
posed to the drive- by a bipartisan
group of senanirs tOipriit con con-stitu'ional
stitu'ional con-stitu'ional majority of the Senate
f0 members 'i-,:to impose a.
gag' ;aiier is 'nays ra veoate. v
- Fulbright ysaid $ suif a; rule
cuanye couiu ne inioierauie ana
could lead to greater disunity and
"authoiitariariism.."t ... ;;(., r
"There would be absolutely no
protection for ny minbrfty," he
added. .., ,v j-" -s. .-.'
Fulbright described as a good
compromise Jonnson's own pro
posal 'to permit debit if limita limitation
tion limitation by a Vote- of tw)hirds of
senators present and voting.
Withut re erring specifically to
the school Integration crisis in his
own- state, Fulbright said "the
principle" o ocal control is a
great one in such a country as
ours; authoritarianism is the al
i Fulbright also took lsiue with
Johnson's prediction that 1 he pre
dominantly Democratic ..8etb Con
gress -would uiov; into' a. ntw "af "affirmative
firmative "affirmative era.'-''
"The natural tendencies are not
affirmative1 ot? friendly." he said.
"We've got a situation comparable
to the 80.h Congress, which for
roer. President Truman cal'ed the
'worst'. One party has the Con
gress and the other has 'he White
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yesterday that under its recent
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PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDLA JO OPEN
jSEr EXHIBITION HALL IN NATIONAL MUSEUM
- On Monday evening at o'clock, the President of Pan Pan-.
. Pan-. ama and Mr. Ernesto de U Guardla Jr. will officially open
new exhibition hall In the Nc.lonal Museum.
' The exhibit, dedicated to the Cuna culture, has been
designed and executed by the Society of the National Mu Mu-,
, Mu-, seumofanama. maururatlon of the hall and the re-
i ception have been issued by the Society.
iall Ceremonial For Nobles
U Held Todey
STha fall ceremonial of Aboj
i j rr 1 nnenad Ihia iftemoon
of Mrs. Rodimoii; Mrs. Speed
guesi of M K. C. Van Osdoi,
and Miii Wnuman, nues. of Mr,
j. A. Whitman.
ait one o'clock at me Ancuu ,. .. ,,,,,
f AfteJceremomes, the Nobles: drawmg lor aoor pnzes.
J and their ladies Panned to mee
I tthe MynkUlU Rainbow Girl. Plan
mis evenuin av ----
The banquet is io oe
7:30 followed by dancing until mid
Bight. l.-i-, n 'drn Misuel AssemDlies will hold
i Uva.le, who made the announc nsioba. Masonic
ment, said thai no aavance .c. -,.-
vitloni are necessary, and .thai '"P1- f)innp,
ih pvont is restricted io rouie r ".. ir-'
: and their ladles. Nobles who mlElt
be visiting in the area are invited
United Alumni Club
Announces New Officers
Announcement has been mad of
the new roster of officers to iead
the united Alumni Club.
Lester Bailev was anmeH nrsi
den.: Jonathan Scales. vir nr-
sident; Ruby Williams, secretary;
Enid Sullivan, assistant secretary;
James AdoIIo. treasurer: William
Sullivan, business manager.
ine ctUD has scheduled a meet
ing for tomorrow at Miss Sulli
van's home in Rio Aha in Plans
for the installation of oflfcers will
Answer to Previous Punfe
join? meeting i anight I
jMemDers u, riaunjow for Giris!
Oi lae v-i'iStoubi, udiaua and i'e
Naval Officers' Wives
Hear Guest Speaker
The Naval Officers wives, meei
the ran Amaau
ilia inursaa ai uie t ui ,-....."- -
nfiieVrs' Club heard an inters the mee.ing, scneduleo xor t:30 p.
UlilCers yiuu. "iu .i m;i,.,., cu.iir nrthv ri.
; lng Thursday at
& 1 nf.ifr!' Club I
and lnfo-ma'.ive address
C. 0. Bruce.
ceae ihe meeung ana will be serv
ed in the Danquei nail ot the
lempe at 6:15 with Airs. Coryn:
Anuerson as chairman.
The Cristobal Assembly, with
Bonnie Rankin as wortny advisor,
will be the host assembly. During
C01. L. U. Bruce, meaicm uuclv.
fc'Vof tre Canal Zone.
' The speaker's remarks centered
voh tne neaun proaiim
ii. k, Or iHont Thndnri KOOseve t
- ( and the p-oblems faced by Dr
s William uorgas in nis uujie i
If combat tropical disease.
After the luncheon, which was
V arranged by Mrs. F. F. Draper.
St the meeting was called to order
i t by the club president, Mrs. W. S
"lHoaiinon. ine tpeaxer was imiu imiu-V'duced
V'duced imiu-V'duced by Mrs. G. B. Raser, pro-
I ft 'New members who were wel
u mmrr were Mrs. E. A. Trickey
tanA Mrs A:. Jefferson. The club
To Take Course
At Fort Beloir
CrA Pftrv H T.nminff finanrp
hud as guests Mrs. Pettus. guest officer, U.S. Army Caribbean, will
m .. Mickev Walker, wormy aa
visor ot uie Peu;a iVliguel tOl
will preside at the initiation cere ceremony
mony ceremony and Rochc le Head, leading
the Balboa Assembly will preside
during the closing ol the meeting.
All Rainbow Girls, Eastern
Stir and Mixter Masons are in
vited to attend tonight's meeting.
i'i nf M- R. M. Anderson: Mrs
ria Biieitt of Mrs. L. V. Castro:
s r -----
1 ; Mfs. Schmlzer, guest oi wrs. j.
f A. Flenniken; Mrs. Hlnes, guest
of Mrs. K. W. Hlnes; Mrs. Bruce.
I Mrs. Phelps and Mrs. Jone, guests
attend the Arni
course-i u (an Army ontnana, ivi a n n-agemen't
agemen't n-agemen't hoolVat Fort Bel voir,
va. ine course win run irom iiov.
30 through Dec. 19.
Dinner With Queen
For1 VP Nixon, Wife
WASHINGTON (UPH Mrs
Richard M. Nixon said Friday
that after five trips around the
world she will final1 y realize a
life-long dream next week by see
ing Buckingham Palace.
The blonde wife of the vice
president told reporters over cof coffee
fee coffee at her horn that "it's always
been my dream to see Bucking
ham Palace with iti colorful
guards and all."
Mri. Nixon, who will ac
company rer husband on hit
flight to Britain Monday, said she
was also looking forward to
Thanksgiving dinner with Queen
Elizabeth, some Christmas, shop
ping in London and the possibil
lty of meeting Princess Margart.
"I would 'ove to see Princess
Margart while I'm in London,"
she said. "She just intrigues me.
She's so attractive."
Nixon will be President Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's representative at the ded
ication next Wednesday of an
American chapel honoring service
men who lost their lives during
World War II while based in the
The Nixon children, Tricia, 12,
and JuMe, 10, are staying behind.
Mu. Nixon said thev would have
Thanksgiving dinner "with a School
friend so they don t mind too
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He Has No Plans
For GOP Nomination
NEW YORK, Nov. 22 (UPD
Governor-elect Nelson A. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller returned early today by
plane from a post-election vaca vacation
tion vacation In south America Insisting
he has no Diana to seek the GOP
nomination in 1980.
"I am only interested in get getting
ting getting a job done we.ll in New
York state," Rockefeller told a
press conference at Idlewild air
He immediately left in his pri private
vate private plane for Washington for a
meeting of the Committee on
government org anliation, of
nhirh hp is a member. Rockefel
ler said he hoped to meet there
with Vice President Richard M.
Rnritefeiier has been labeled
by political obaervera as Nixon'i
top opponent for tne Repumican
nrpiHont.ial nomination in I960
on the basis of his spectacular
victory over Democratic uov.
Avereil Harriman Nov. 4 in the
face of a national Democratic
If he is old enough to dste he
is old enough to be made to under understand
stand understand that:
When he takes a firl out in
the familv car he is actually tak taking
ing taking her life in hla hands. If he is
tempted to show off at the wheel,
he is risking not only his own neck
but hers, too.
If her parents tell her to be in
at a certain time, he is raponsi raponsi-ble
ble raponsi-ble for getting her home on the
dot even if she noesn I press tne
If he dates her, ne snouiani
talk about her in any way that
could hurt her reputation.
If he makes a dale he had io
keep it, no matter what else
comes along that ne would raw rawer
er rawer do.
When he makes a date for eight
o'clock he shouldn't be early and
he shouldn't be late.
He ahould be perfectly willing
to meet her family and should
show her parents such little cour courtesies
tesies courtesies as rising when they come
into the room, telling them good
night when he leaves the house,
and so on.
If he expects a girl to look her
best when the goes out with him,
he should io to tha trouble of
dressing appropriately, too.
wnen ne asxt a giri io go to a
movie he ought to give her a
ehanet to express prifirenea
lor the movie she would like to
When he telephones a girl for
a date he should have the cour courage
age courage to come right out and ask tor
it instead of putting her on the
SBOt with, "What are you doing
Just because foet steady
with a firl h ahouldn't expect to
hang out it her liouia all the
Any boy. wh iv old Snough to
date Is old enough to have some
dating 'mnnera..$utt he probably
won't unless- fail parent t h V
drummed them Into him
Pfc. Leo Juffer. aa extremely
talented young pianist presently
stationed at run Amadoi, gave a
mast ei tul wforraance Monday
night on the keyboard the firt
recital of the USO-JWB's 1958 58
The first part of the difficult
program Included Mozart's Sonata
No. 8 in A Minor (K 3iPj. Which
was piayed with much clarity and
a sparkllrg technical ease which
Juffer displayed throughout the
The highlight of the second part
of the prof ram was Schumann's
Papnlons No 2 a work equally in
technical and expressive interpre interpretation
tation interpretation but which was played with
understanding in the conveyance
of each mood.
Apparent nervouness in th exe execution
cution execution of Chopin in this section
can be sympathized whh that
with wet fingers on a warm even evening;
ing; evening; constant wiping of the keys
was necessary. ;
Juffer seemed to haVe chosen
the uur mo4t difficult Eludes to
perform, but attacked them with
such sincerity that the audience
responded with hearty ovations.
Completely relaxed for the third
of the program, Juffer smoothly
glided In o two Pre udes by Debus Debussy,
sy, Debussy, playing with deep feeling. Then
camu a rousing performsnce of
Kabalevsky'i Sonata No. 3, op.
46; -i moving wo-k. brilliantly exe
Rei londing to the long enthusiast
ic applause, he played a piano
transcription Of the "W.irs::w Con
certo' a request of the pntons of
the recital, Mai. Gen. and Mrs.
Charles L. Dasher.
A native of Ireton, Iowa Juffer
holds a bachelor' degree from
Morningslde Allege anri a mast master's
er's master's degree from Boston Uciversl
ty. He hopes to continue his stud studies
ies studies in Europe after completing his
tour of duty In the Armed Forces.
Hard Luck Joe played out the
hanu to me bitter euu aiuioujjii
he mlgnt just as well have con-
cedeu uuwu one at soon as
saw the dummy.
ne nua no puree to park his
third heart and starteu to com-
piam tuuefly aoout nig mini or
OSim IN COTMAA. ; :
Sophia Loren and her groom,
Carlo Pontic have exiled ttttnv ttttnv-selvei
selvei ttttnv-selvei In Switzerland to escape a
million-dollar lawsuit being rea readied
died readied for the' Italian courts oy- the
former Mm. Ponti...Thoe happy
smile around ihe Paramount t
fices reflect recent purchases of
Broadway hits. They've locked up
for films such click shows at "The
Pleasure of His Company ." "Look
Homeward Angel" 'and- "Sutle
Wona"...Brlgitte Bardot received a
flat $158,000 for her last effort,
'The Night HaaVftttT Fell' -and
cleared the whole amount, courte courtesy
sy courtesy of oroducer Raoul Levy, lie
looks upon BB as such a, valuable
property he decided to pay, the
taxes on her fee as a surprise bun
The magnolia skinned,, beauty
dining witn tne Manarsjao. ot at
n'roda in the Stork "Club was Oa
brie e Lagerwau...it'i costing zotu
Century Fox a pretty penny to
tear up a batch of advertisements
and placards for the nicKer "Mir
tune, but Aorth oroke in to tetl di Gras," but they're doing the
Joe tnat as usual u,s own siu-replate job to give featured billing
pwity and not the goas of-chanceito Barrie Chase because of Mier
were resoonsioie tor me ioji. imoact on we r reu Astairt ueie
ortll saio, "The first tnmg a 'vision program. The studio also is
bridge player should learn is thatiredomg the score of the picture
tnree smau earns in as.u.t mm because it was maae onginauy
out not rebid by partner indi-i during the Hollywood musicians'
caies a very prooabie losing trithlstrike, and they feel the tunes
ami you snouia never bia a grand1 re pretty enough to warrant, bet
aiam wiin sucn a holmng. ui;ter treatment.
coursei 1 aid rebid my hearis o- xhere W8S quue a ghastly rump-
nut T h? C1Ub bm ?Ut 1 also us "in an evening audience at
ditt iioia botn ace ana king nir1..Look Homeward Angel." A worn-
I, wa "iiJT lnal- 'V,eu w,,e"ian fitting in the orchestra oc oc-you
you oc-you bid six diamonds 1 contenu- me hysterical'during the death death-ed
ed death-ed myseU wiu, omy going to aujene "ad had to8 be carried
spaces. Coulat you have Iesljout sririeking. The screams so un un-well
well un-well enough aione and taKen nerved the cast that half of the ac ac-y
y ac-y our sure prout?" torg nad l0 be given tranquilizers
lake an oi ward Luck Joe's jtt tne end of the performance ...
partners, Nonh was right. Joe Elizabeth Taylor is the actress
!L Kla.1en lrou()!f l cue b umost often mentioned for the iead iead-I"
I" iead-I" both clubs and diamonds, img role in Mary Astor's biogra biogra-sureiy.it
sureiy.it biogra-sureiy.it Nortn hem a soim neartipnV "My Story," when it s done
fill I r ha iifrtii I tl hnii Kaam -.Ul .r v
kTy ,C1 c rc f. c lu as a movie. i
u.u u. siauu siam mmsau anu. Hospital notes: Erskine Caldwell
therefore Joe should have feared i. m i m.' tnr hrkiin.
w i -w- yiw !t
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tii iBsSrfWPti rr STufc
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and stopped at
Q The bidding has been:
North Kast South West
1 Pass 1 y Pass
1 j Pass ?
You, South, hold:
AQ65 VKJ7S Qt 4171
What do you do?
A Bid three spades. Ton have
12 points In high cards and very
strong spade support
' Your partner continues with a
bid of three no-trumn What do
you do now?
And 70-year-old Tim Moore (best
known as Amos n Anay s pi
Kingfish) is testing comfortably
at General Hospital, L.A.
Candy Jones' newest protegee-to-watch
la called simply 'Tricia.'
She'll be seen emoting in TV com commercials.
mercials. commercials. Actually her name is
Pat Schuler, but Candy changed
it on the grounds that there are
several other girls with that mo moniker.
niker. moniker. "' ' ' '' '
Patricia Neal's performance in
the London presentation of Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Williams' play, "Garden
District" caused considerable
swooning among the English cri critics.
tics. critics. Sample of rich propose (by
Kenneth Tynan): "I mut pause
here to salute Patricia Neal, the
American Method actress. The
oower and variety of her dark
brown voice on which she plays
like a master of the cello, enable
her to separate the cadenia from
its context and make of it a plan plangent
gent plangent cry from the depths of mem memory.
ory. memory. Rhetoric and realism, in this
harrowing performance, not only
hmlnpet mpptina nf tho rtiih fuse but fertilize" each other."
A."amira will be held tomorrow! The other side of Show Busi Busi-morning
morning Busi-morning at 11 at the club's meet-lness: Roberta Grand, Who decor decor-ing
ing decor-ing place. iated the stage of "Fanny" for 20
Jonel sea7 food restaurant
Soma of the top rock 'n' roll mu music
sic music publishers are on the virfi ol
ordering bullet-proof vesta, their
omces navi aeen so manv Inci Incidents
dents Incidents Of Vlnlnnr anri thiat ho
disgruntled r and r writers.
ine. Marry Sheppards (he's the
vlbriharp tar at the Mstrapole,
she waa thrush BeUy Sheppard of
the Glen Miller hanHi m IiiIIk.
ing a baby girLLat June?4he
waiters and kitchen employe! at
Le Cunldon tnnlr :nk a fniiPinr
for waiter Jose Cabrera, io. h
coma get married. The other day
uicy iooa up anotners collection
so hi could set a divore:
Leo Rlrter. whn K
coatior such International fash fash-ion
ion fash-ion plates as the Duchess of Wind,
sor and, Princess Grace of Mona Monaco,
co, Monaco, is now the most vocal oppon opponent
ent opponent of the fad for using precious
furs sable, chinchilla nr hink
kuality mink as linings. Cons d-
en it sacrilege, and bad for the
whole fur Industry ... Random
Thoughts Publishing Co., which
produced the amusing "Martini
iookdook," punt to sue Sea Sea-gram's
gram's Sea-gram's for 1 1,000,000, alleging pia-
liarism. Th firm will nlalm a iu.
cent Seagram ad, which advocat advocated
ed advocated cooking while sipping a marti martini
ni martini in several stages, was "lifted"
irom ine year-old cooking manual.
jcmesune Anuerson, wno cata catapulted
pulted catapulted toi the big time with her
"Hot Carert"" alhtimr nnnni unih
tar billing" it the Village Van-
fliard. When Hh lat lin In tnm.
Village (just two yeara ago) ahe
wasn't even mentioned Vout front.
She wis referred to in one line on
Diiiooard as "Plus a Singer.
Reporters were intHonH with
Maria Callai' tiny dog when the
posed with him for newt picture
and then refused to divulge nis
name, nut tne Mark Hopkins Ho Hotel
tel Hotel in San Francisrn rlfn't sharj
the scribes' Interest! they've noti notified
fied notified the diva that her reservations
there will be honored onjy If she
leavea the oooch at home.,.Adolph
Green has been dating Phyllis
Newman (Judy Holliday's under understudy
study understudy in "Bells Are Ringing") af after
ter after the theatre. Cary Gnnt found
ner interesting, too, on hit last vi villi
lli villi to New York.
Several ma'ters of importance
will be discussed, club officials
months and was -given a one-year
contract at Warner Brothers, Is
now waiting on tables at the Davy
Mauled To Death
By Wild Tigers
ULM, Germany (UPI) Wild Wild-anlmi!
anlmi! Wild-anlmi! trainer Host Freyer, 25,
mide the mistake yesterday of
turning his back on five emale
tigers. They tore him to pieces.
Freyer was putting the fero ferocious
cious ferocious cats through their paces at
the Althoff Circus' winter guar guar-ters
ters guar-ters here. He attempted to force
the tigresses to form a pyramid.
Whert he turned his back, on
them, 18 month old Brahma
leaped at him. She forced him to
the ground and dug her fangs into
his neck. Th four other animals
immediately sprang on top of
him, mauling his body until it no
longer was recognizable.
Circus offlcti's said Freyer wis
killed almost Immediately. They
siid he hid time for only one
ARMY SECRETARY, POTTER VISIT 8KYCHEF Assistant
VS.' Secretary of the Army, George H. Roderick, chairman of
the Panama Canal board of director!, Mrs. Roderick, Canal
Zone Gov. William E. Potter and Mrs. Potter enjoy dinner at
the Skychef restaurant during Roderick'! yialt to the Isthmus
last week for the Roosevelt Centennial celebration on the
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.THE. PANAMA AMERICAN AN .ISDWINDEJCt DAILY XXWSPAFCB
1 STHMIiW: ICHURGH
; Church of Chri?t ;
AALB0A:'U1. Balboa Roe V ''-. -Sendee
Sunday 10. W JB JlsM .M
OUS'iudaL Antriein Xegion "Han."
bervwee sunuar i:yu e.L i;v .bb
4UO AatAeVt House M, fclH WU At
HUB flay 440 pJB
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COCOL1 AeU VMtCH
tamuna a. aMMOtM Pastof
Sundtijr' school .j
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rnui BAPTISI CHURCH
Bail bo Height. C
til Anson Boulevard
Di 'I kmt rieiantt
- Phone Balboa 1721
William & Beeby, Paatai
SnMa 1 SVhool ..
iSO a m
,1:00 p m
Morning Worship ..........
Baptist Training Union ....
Evangelist! Service ........
Prayer Meeting. Wedneaday.
WM.B BiWe Study Tfture Tfture-daya
daya Tfture-daya ,....,.......,
Men' Brottowrhood (Last
Monday Id month)
lUHl P in
'MU1 BAnWt CMlUCH
Mfftiilta Avtnui ( 8th fitrttl
MNignriu, Ci on
tluiitu ioui I ; g
Mornink WorKhlp ..,."....,,-,aaj
Bmwt irklnlr Onion O.m
Cvenuik Worip" .....
BruUie'r'iHiiia, Tuotdoy ...
tmtn Service, Wdnaflyi
W MlJ 1i 3rd rrldky
a.A. n A unbMM.
ti0 n w
iN 'iimiiitiiMI mniellitii
Mor Mn. W. Hlnhop
11 Teuruwy Blrei, phono: 28 20034
lliu-j hoiuraw Meeuni;
3:00 Suiid"y School
f:80 Solvation Mtoting
Envoy tt M. C. 1.. Mmtloy
11:00 Hollnoit MMtlm
r tplnln A Mn, II. Cironl
Uth btroet, Phone 31 ?
U:Ui Holins Meoting
?:0O Sunday School
:30 Solvation Meeting
COLON TH1HD 8'1'REirr
St. Captain S. Tyl
ll:U(i Holiness Meeting
. S:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW C1TV. C.Z. '
Ititvoy i. mil
3:00 Sunday School
7 :S0 Salvation Meeting
The Rev. Oscar W. Olaen, Pasiof
Balboa Road at Ban Pablo Btreat
Partor'l .phono g.USO
Church offle 2 S23t
1:30 a.m. Church iohool fraa bu
lervice. Classes for all agei.
10:30 a.m. Worship Service Church
Tim Story 'Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary ChiHien Church-Tim
Cradle Roll and Nursery.
t:00 p.m.T-PoM, Hgh Fellowship.
:!0 p.m. 1:00 p.m. Junior High
rellowahip. t S -i
7:00 p.m. Senior High Ftllowiliip.
MARCIAR1TA . f
Margarita Ave; and' Bolivar Hwv, ;
Rev. Theodore B. Franklin Patr
Phono S Office. o-2Mg Re 1-HM
t:U am. Church School Bu aervlc.
Cl.! Nurnary' throitgh adtllt
11:00 ajn. Momlng Worship
Ntiftn fm Infanta and email ehll-
IKAVp.m. Junior rellownhlp.
:1S nm Youth fellowship.
A enmnlata jirhedtila of uxlllry e
tlvltlea and official meetinp a an an-noiinred
noiinred an-noiinred from week to wmk. (
Rev. .Walker M, Aldrn. Pa1o
0 -70 R
JO a m Bimdav !("
10:40 mm Morning Wowhlp.-'
Offlela) meetlntu and week-dav
J .eaVeVeMeiagfjaajaaBw. l.fj
4. I Ilk
. V vv.
ajyijm'j!!,.iiij J..JI ...inii'jiui 111 mn
: Chyrthei or th my faithi In rk Cmil Zom. d o Nrminil tMiog
, wt d.i w vrttini By Xorfootday nh' rht lnf nv (kangoi
J ror tno fOmlnt. Iaurda' pg
' Mmkdetif ckttrcB tttfte and Hgglng grg ik4 to triform th
f PUMaaB' ftVvC.lofr, Republic of Pgnaint, a(t' g.wlmo all
i(".Jo jnaa n yamaa t.lhp anitatf Mrvlcta. and (IvIlieN nalh
Bora, friend ana1 Hradsart, '(, '
A oWl wrvloo; TKa BaaaiMa Amarlgan llitt Balaw, By 4eamU
BatitM. saticat af kaun of warthip aaB atkai raswlai aatlvlfiM,
..Lilting! art rafataa fram Nma la flma Paaamiitaiiam Waving anly
aaa ar fwa aenraBatlani an liir.d hndar "Othai ChHrghai a larvleei'
. A a b' iaf lilting (a lnt!gaad fst tarvicai a Army paiti, Ait faraa bam
M Naval ttatlana.
t. MARY'S LHtHCH Balboa
Sunday M: 7:00, oa 10:00 and
Huiy (lay Maa: i-ii. 8:1)0 it 4k a m
ind 6:00 D.n
Contaaainna. iiaturdav. 1-JUt la 4:00
and 7:00 to. t:00 Din Thurtrta.. Before
llrst Friday, 7 .00 to 0:06 p,m
Miracuiou aiaaai woven: i:uti pan
.m II H ...
Catachlam ala' altar the 1:00 flaaa
KUoh School Stud.? Cluk 1:30 D.m ot
SACKW HaART Anco
Sunday Masse, iiii. 7:30 A .iO a m
Holy Oaf nam: S:M a m and S;IHi
Conteealoru. Satiirdat l:3U to a:00 ana
f .0t) p.m. Thursday before Firm
Friday :U0 pm.
Saered Haart Devotion: 'i :UtJ n m tm
catecrums Liaaai to 4:40 cjb. on
OUH LAO 0 rATIMA-Curundo
Sunday Man at i:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mas at 8:30 p.m.
Coniemions: 0:00 to (:4& pjn on Sat
taieenum tiaaat aaturaay a:io to u
Sunday Masse at 7:00 and l:l a.m.
Holy Day MaM at (:00 p m
Weekday MasiM: ,. :00 a.m.
Confassloni! Saturday 1:30 to 4:30 and
0:30 to 7:S0.
Catechlam Claai Sunday tM to 4:00
Miraculous Dedal Novanai 1:00 nm
wonvcrv mairucuunai tnuraoay i:w
ST. VlNCKNT-s Panama city
Sunday Masses 0:00 and 8:30 a.m
Holy Day Masse. 8:30 and S:00 p.m
(It it fall on Saturdav uia Maaaaa ar
10 and 8:30 a.m I
Confetioru; Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
I M0 to 0:00 o.m Thurdav before Flrti
friday 7:30 pm.
Miraculous Medai Novena and Sta
tlon of the Croaa: Frldav 7:10 o.m
Catechism Claaei After 8:30 maaa on
Convert Claa. liM p.m. Vuaaday ano
ST. THfcRkSA'B CoeoU
Sunday Mas ;J0 am.
Holy Day Mass, e.OO a.m. (It It falU
mSaturday -:30 a.m.
Catachlam Claa: lilO to t:00 p.m on
tonieaaionai :uu to :3U a.m. aunaay
ST. JOHN BAPTISI UK LA SALLl
Sunday Masse 0.10 aim :30, a.m.
Frl. ana Sat First : : 0:00 a.m
Holy uay Masse- s m to e:w
ronlessioni: 3:30 i. nd 7:00 te
:tK) p.m. 'on Saturday ''
Mtraeuinu. Meqai ni.viiia rnaej
0 "? .
COlecnism l-iass. a.au p.m on auiiuaj
SI 1-HHHKSIS-S l Uvea
Convert Classi .Monday 7:30 p.m.
Sunday 4 aiaiai 7 :00 a.m.
Holy. Day, Mass: 5:30 p.m,
rhursday before PifM Friday glSO pm..
riot., .vis a.m. on Sundav.
.rr-t Heart Nnvana- 7:00 p.m. on
'Convert tias. p.m on nui.j.
ST JOSKPH'B t oln
Sunday Mass. S .4S. ,0u nd S:15 a m.
Holy Day Mws: 3:45 and 8:00 a.m.
id t.4& p m
Confesmons: saluroay 4:00 10 a:uu ana
:00 to 110 pm
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
:lb and 7:00 p.m
Saered Heart Novena, Friday iai pm
Sunday Evening Services 7:00 p.m.
rnnu.ri rina' 7:ift o.m on Mondays
Cateenism Clans. Sunday iu:is a.m. k
11:40 am 8:00 p.m to 4:00 p m.
ad Baoramenl l .dy Itapoeltlon at 5:30
l.m OIIIIIUKT niurii.i.g.
Ml f . l .. ..a a A
af Patlma Th Holy Rosary -8:00 am.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Monday and Thursdays 1:00 te
'00 P.m. u
' MIRACULOVBMKDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masse: 7:00. 8 00 and 10:30a.m.
Holy Day Masse: :00, :00 a.m and
Confesaionii Saturday 4:00 to :oo ana
1:00 to g0:p-iTii Jter Rnary each eve-
Miraculous. Medal Nov ana: 8:15 and
7:00 pm on Monday.'
Catechism Class i After 1:00 Mas on
First Frldiv Exposition all day during
Ihe School Year.
nrst saturdyj Mass at Sivo am.
HOLY FAMILV CHURCH In
1 1 iM am
g:oo a m,
auiiniY nnn i rwv, p :jw.
First Saturday Mas;;S,..
i Weekday Maaaaa
Saturday .. 7:00 "P.m. to
-' Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses' 7:Ma m
. Confession i:l) in lo
every Monday 1
Parish Family Rosary and
' Benediction .4,,,,.
every Wednesday, r
Discussion Inquiry OrtrUP
1st. Frldsjjt Devotions '.Vi.
1st. Haturday Devotion
r 7:00 p.m.
4:43 p m
7 :30 p.m,
ST, VINCKNTB Halnbaw City
Sunday Mantes' 0:30 am and 80
a.m. .r ...
Holy pay Mass: 8:00 a.m and 0:00
Confessions. 4:00 to 4:00-and liM te
8:00 p.m Saturday.
cateenism class: io:s a.m. on sunu.e.
Convert Clasa every Monday at 7:00
Miraculous Medal Novanai 7:00 a.m
Sjcr-ed Haart H7eni 1;00 tav an
,unaa: Ma,,:.i a.m
i'HolyOay Mesa: 4:00 p.m
Confasalnrw: 0:30 to 7:00 pm an Bat.
Ciefhlt Class 4 00 on nr Mnnda
OUR LADt OF GOOR COUNSEL
Sunday Masse: 7.k) and. 1:80 am.
holy Day. Masseai a a m and g.-OO
Conterfuoha Balurdat at 1:00 a.m and
trier an evemna devotluna.
c B:iptlMits by appointment.
Miruculiiis Medal Novanai' tlOO Sill
M 1 1 ir r ....
.- Sdtred 1 Heart Novana 1 ,00 I en
Friday ; ,: .x '?.,; T,v ...
Sunday School; 8:3(1 pm ort Sunday
Religious Instruction Claa for Chi I
inn, 4:00. p.m on Thurliday
ReJIalou Instruction for adult ft'on-
tilctetf tn Spanish It 7:00 nm eti Mnn
Rnvert Instruction aQplnUTjeit,,x
The Rt. Rev R Hebei Claoda. ST D.
Th Vary Rev. Mainert i Pelarsea,
THE CATHKDRAL OP BT. LUKE
' -So a m Holy Communion.
t:U a.m Church School (Holy Cum
munmit 3rd Sunday 1
iM a.m Santa Communion, 3rd Bun Bun-day
day Bun-day Eauucia Dummical ....... 11:14 n
11-00 ajn Morning Prayer and Bar
mon, Holy Communion 1st Sunday,
7:00 p.m Evening tarvlce.
6 .30 a n Holy Communion
7:00 pre tvemng Prayer.
e:oo ajn huiy Communion,
4 30 am Holy Communion.
8:14 am. Morning Prayct
U:00 Ml. -da Missionary Prayata
Church 01 St. Andrew
The Rev William W Baldwin,
Priest In Chars
Hoiy Cummunlen ,,. t'JO ajn
Family Prayet and
Church School ,, g30 tM
(Also Holy Communion 2nd
Morning pra.ver It Sermon 11.00 a.m
Sunday each month.
Holy Communion 3:00 a.m
Chapel ot Th (iood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hey,
Prleat In Chare
:uo a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H C. first Friday aacb Month).
St. Simon's Chutuh
The- Rev. John Spear Priest In Charge
Choral tuciisrut and Bar.
mon 7:00 a.m.
Church School 3:00 p m
Episcopal Young Churchmen 8:00 pm
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 p.m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion t:0O a.m
Evening Prayer. -1:00 p.m
Worrum Auxiliary, End: and
WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a m
Morning Prayer 8:00 a m
Evening Prayer ; 7:00 p.m
SATURDAYS rfi it
family Eucharist 8:30 am
Office of Compline ........ :M p.m
St Peter's Church
The Rev, John Spear, Priest l Charge
Morning Prayer ana inurcn
School ..' 9:00 a.m
mon 10:30 a.m
Confirmation Class 3:30 a m
Choral Eucharist and, Ser-
Evensong and Addreaa
, 7 :30 p m
. 7 do p m
Woman Auxiliary ...
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy Communion :um a.m
Chape, of the Holy Comforter
Ven I.. R. Shlrlev. Frl est In Cherae
8:30 am. Holy Communion.
Church of St. Margaret
Espnve and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. F.dwln C. Webster
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion,
9:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11 :00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday o
THURSDAYS anS JfOLV DAYS
0:00 a.m. HolyCommunion.
The Rev. Ailim K. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
the Rev. David A Osborne,
(:00 .t. Choral Sucharlst A Sermon
9:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
8 .00 n :ii Church School . 1
lhaid I' Bulldlnu 131:
5:00 o.m Youth Fellowship
7 11 1 n Fvtfnsnni and Adrlreae.
tnd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
I JO n 10 Woman Auxiliary ana ai
t- Guild Meeting,:
St Paol's Chaich
rhe Vrn" I emiiel B Shlriev, Rector
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales, Asat.
SuNi : (.,.'''. ...
0:00 a.m. Holy Comm.inlon
B'OV n m Sung : Eucharist A Sermon
t0:4h a ni Morning fravat and Chureh
9cimoi. '; v
12:00 Otirt Holy Baptism
7-00 r.m Solemn Ve
1:30 a m Holy C:ommunlon
7:30 pm. Evening Prsver and Sermon
:Oi. 01 Holy Communion
T .00 w.m. Evening Prayer
fhURhiiAYS AND FRIDAYS
8:30 'tri Holy Communion
a 00 a m, Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon, ft. Pi
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. James Pete Farmer, fleeter
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
8:80 a.m Morning Prayer.
t:0C a m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:80 a.m Church School. ;
7 :10 p.m. Solemn Evensong arid Ser Sermon.
mon. Sermon. :00 am. Holy Communion..
t:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer.
4:00 a jn, Holy Communion,
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
7:30 p.m Evening Prayer and Sermon
1 7 00 a m. Morning .Prayer,
9:00 a.m. Children's EucharUt
5:00 p.m. Evening Prayer. 1
DO a.m. Holy Comnunton.
7:00 a.m. Morning Prayer,.
i :D0 p.m. Evening Prayer.
7-30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
. , RIO ARAJO
. i, Christopher's Church
'pv- 10th Street;' Parana Lefevra
.; The, Ret Clarence W Hayaa
v Prleet In Charge
The Rev. Clarence A. CragwalL
: . AaaUtaaS
SUNDAYS V-..- v..-V!';''-
0 00 a m Hoiy .Communion.'
1:80 a.m Bung Bueharlat and Btrmon
10:30 g mlMornlng. .Prayer, and Xhurch
: . Bckael,
IM ooen Holy Baptlem.
8:30 p.m Eveneang and Sermon.
7 JO p m let and 3rd, Woman a Autd
1:30 pm Junler Daughters al the
t:Ji a m Youlh Fellowship
' 1:00 am Holy Communion.
I 00 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
8 00 pm atria Friendly Boelaty,
SATURDAYS Md ,r,L 'lnl,W?-
8:30 a m Junior Confirmation Claaa.,
CHURCH OF THk NAIARKNB
44M Frangipam St. 4 Ancun C.X.
Rev Klmar O Nalaaa l..ii.
Boa 391 Balboa. C.2. fal 1.803
8:48 a m
Kvangeliatle Service .....
Prayer Servlcs Wad, .,,
8 44 am
7:30 p m
Sunday 1 9 am Panama Wesley.
" 10:30 a.m, Sunday School
7:15 p.m. Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiw
" 10 a.m. Psrslso Sunday School
" 7:16 p.m. Paraiao Evangelical
Sunday, Oct. 19lh--9 a.m. Rev. Victor
John Wataon B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday, Oct. BOth 8:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class, Mr. Oeo. Mitchell. 7K0
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
'luesuay, Oct. list 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K, Kins.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
. CHURCH Of'thB JDAZARENE
Margarita School Oymnaslum
Paster Ralph L. Hysong
Wrltei Box 8018 Margarita. C.E.
Phone: 3 1583
Sunday School 9:48 am.
Morning Worship lllOO a.m
Evening Service 730pm
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama R.P 23rd Street East
Rev a N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :80 a.m.
Sundey School 3:00 pin
Sunday Mamea .....1. 7:48 11:45
Rio Aba.o. R.P.
Meetlna. Thursday at 7:30 n.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm Win Memorial
m Batte Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTKR DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 Mn,
Sacrament Meeting. Sundav 8:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m
Primary; Thursday 4 00 p.m.
Telephone Bslbo 4227
Building too, Schoolhous Road, Oatun
sunaay ocnooi; sunaav a:ao a m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11:00 a.m,
C1JRUNDU PROTESTANT CHtRCfl
"A Wrm Hearted Chureh"
Milton K Uldlg, Minister
Phone Rea 837111 Of. 83-5108
Sunday School ,,..,..1... 9:30 a.m
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11 :00 a.m.
Youth Fellowship f:00 p.m.
Kevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m.
Prayer and Praise (Wed,) 7:04 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
OUt CAfUOLIt CHURCH
Rt. Raphael Tka Archangel
- 13th StWairl No 1
Hotf Eucharist: Sunday V jM a m
Tuesday. Wednesday ana Thursday
Saerament of Unetlon (Haallng Bey.,
vice) First Sunday 1 aacb month a
7:30 e.m, y'l..
Moiwi aallbtt. ChrtttUw Ctaarak
'aaama R. P.
r.BaSf'f ';.,irne'.D."D. BtaAoe)
jme '. u.
4:00 a m
Scout Hall, Rainbow City
Sunday School 9 a.m.
Morning Service 10 a.m.
Adult Bible Classes each
Monday at 7:30 p.m.
Divine Service 7:30 n.m
Visitors are weieome at all services
44 First Street
UroanlsaclOn El Carmen, Panaml City
informal Talk and Discussion
Thursday I 0 PJV
Colon, glh A Front Street
funstelr Aaierlcan Baaaar)
Study Classes Thursday. 7 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
E-spalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Paatar
Sunday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service.
3:00 p m, Sunday School.
7 :15 p.m.' Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's Society
Wednesday 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Tnuraoay t i:oo cnou nenearsai.
Friday: 7:30 Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
IB St. Parque Lefcvie, Rio Abajo
A. J. Anvirk Overseer
Sis. C. Weeks, Pester
Sunday Morning Worship 11:30
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30.
Weekly Service. Nights; Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.)
Rev, William J, Johnson Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Momlng Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:80 p.m.
THE CHURCH OF GOD
7038 Eighth St.. Colon
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Paslor
Sunday School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
. Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
THE CHURCH" OF GOD
Mrs. M. Hines Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Morning Worship 11:00 a nt.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 p.m.
FIRST CHURCH OF COD
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sts.
Rev. William Livingston, Pastor
Sunday School 9:30 a. m
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m
Sunday Night Service .... 7:30 pm
Diablo. Height, C.Z.
(near DIsMo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Mlnlstet
Box 39, Diablo Heights C.Z.
Phones: Home. Gsmboa 317
rhuk. k.ik tin
, Evangelist! Servle ...
Wednesday 1 Bible Study
, and Prayer Service .
1:30 p an
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 1
' All church services will be held In
tha Uiound Floor Room of th Masonic
Temple in Cristobal (next door to the
Matgariia florist). Entrance la on Bal
boa Avenue through th Arcade.
aunaay oervioe u:ou a.m. ; 1
Wednesday Evenina Testimonial Meet.
Ina g:oo. a'clcck.
sunaay school la held at 9:30 a.m.
Reading Room Hours Monday 9:00
to 4:00 p.m. r Wednesday 4:00 to t:l
p.m. : r
Yod are eotdlallv Invited to attend
the services and io use tha Reeding
redeemer Lutheran church
Balboa Road al Wight Street
Rev. Sober! F. Gurslrk, paster
P.O. Box 4ft Balboa.
Sunday School. Bible Claaa 4 are.
Divine Service 10:18 a.m.
Holy Communion, first Sunday af the
Cor Bala Chapel
Mr. Frederick B. Illlrk, Vlear
Divine Service 11 a.m.
Holy Communion, last Sunday af th
Jewtv welfare aioara Bid I4I-X La
atuca A., Balboa Cl fUbbi Nathan
Servlit Friday 1:80 a m Saturday
(Sea sa ustinga at Jewish services
unar oi Base and Station!,
Congregation KOI Bhaarltb Israel. Ave Ave-nlaa
nlaa Ave-nlaa Cibs and 84th Streak Bella Vlata.
Panama City Services 404 p.m
Calatlkitis ll.M.k katiMLMaA
iraj Ckuicb m Ctuisi, aeiantiit. Aneot
840 Auaaii Bouiavara.
.tuuda) 11.00, neanasaat 4iM tjat
Sunday School 9:30 aj
1 ret Lbureh isi Chrwi, awiestUaL CrtaUka
lit Street A atoliv Highway
Sunoat ilranni 9:sti ajr
Sunday 11:00 a.m. Wednesday 4:09 p.m.
Posts and Bases
Sunday School 9:0c
Morning Worship , iu uu
Chureh'tlm Nursery School... lOiOO
Sunday School (Uuiiduig No.
Morning Worship ,,, ltcao
Thursday Evening Mid-Week
Stervlce ; ju
YouUi Fellowship Sunday .... 4:00
Sunday School 4:09
Morning Warship 10:39
Evening Worship 7;w
worsnip serviee. Madden Wye 7 too
Worship Service. Rio Halo .... g:14
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 4:00
Soldier's Fellowship.. Thurs. .. 7:00
Officer's Christian (Jnlon-Thurs. g:00
ALBHUUk AIM UMCk HASk
Sunday School 9:10
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)., 8:30
Morning Worship 9:30 A 10:4$
Youth Fellowship 4:80
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday School , 9:30
Morning Worship 11.00
Holy Communion First Sunday
of Month 1
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Warship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Bunday
Naval Radle Button. Summit.., 4:04
Daily Mais 4:30
Bunday Masse 7:00 A 34
Confessions, Saturday .. 4:30 A T:.tii
Bunday 4:00 A a il
Dally Mas 4:48
Sunday Manes ,,.1:46 A 9:00
Confessions Saturday ,. 4:30 A 8:00
FORT K.OBBB e
Dally Mass .................... ;l
Saturday Masses t:0o
Bunday Massaa 4:44 A 11:44
Monday Novana Devotions .,.,7:30
Confessions Saturday. 4:04 A 7:30
Sunday MS as 10:39
ALBROOR AIR FORCI SASI
; Daily .Masa.'r''.', . ....... ,1 IM
aiuroaj inais .,.....,..,... 1 w
Sunday Mssaae 7:44 A 12:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodmaa
ALBHUOK, AIR FORCE BASE
USO-JWB I Balboa)
Sunday School Bldg. 133 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:90
Prayer Fellowship Bldg, 353
KYBB-Wdneday-Post .'hapel 4;a
Choir Practice Wednesday
Poat Chapel 1:39
Sunday School 4:39
Momlng Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship, Sunder .... :3
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:34
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. l:Jii
U S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship ., ll.uv
Holy Communion First Sunday
Dally Mass 1:00
Sunday Mast 9:30
Confessional Saturday ......... 4:00
Sunday Masses ..,
Dally Mass .....
Saturday Mass .
. 8:30 and 4:30
12:00 and 4:30
U.S. NAVAL STATlOlr, Coco Sol
Daily Mass 4:00
Greek Orthodox service are conduct.
td at the Church of tha Anunclatlnn.
Via Beliurlo Porra. San Francisco da
ta caieta, Panama .city, B P., and at
the Church of st. Anthony. Avenida
Meienaei, colon, H.P., on alternate Sun Sun-call
call Sun-call the Office of the Army Chaplain
days at 9:30. For further Information.
Weekly Services in all shurche
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
pivin Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:34 p.m.
?ibie Study anB Pray Service
Psclfl Sid Panami
Pastor w H. Waller Tel 28-3-3504
Cabo Verde, Ave. J. F de la Oasa
No. 17 Chorrillo USth Na 17
bio Nueve 2 A St between 3rd and 4th
ta, nie ADaj uia ne. 37 Uambaa
Paator it. 6. Wlllteme-Tei, SIM
Paetor A, A. GriiKle Tel. i.lo
Spanish Churekaa Pacific Sid PaaaaU
1 1 raswr neroerio quires ...
f n Panamai Call Darlen N. I
.. Pedreaal Nueve Guarard.
Paste O. A. Jeffrlee Tel. 48 438L
Crlttebal Ena1lah-14th A Relive Ave.
Critb.l Spnlh-Ith A Bolivar Ave
1MU GavlUn Bead Tet 3-1858 A 43531
Tomorrow night has been set
as the data of the next event in
tha Every Member Civaa gched gched-uukI
uukI gched-uukI of tha Margarita union
At 5:30 p.m. the congregation
will gather for she supper to be
followed by s brief progrkm. Carl
f. Mgedl, Lhur;h council chair
man, will be in charge. E. F
McClelland, general chairman of
the canvas, will five brief re report
port report on th resuts of the canvass
held lait Sunday. Following Mc Mc-Clelland's
Clelland's Mc-Clelland's presentation Mr. and
Mrs. August R. Campbell will be
honored by the group. Campbell
is retiring after 30 years of serv service
ice service with the Standard Freult and
Steamship Co. Campbell has" held
numerabls leadership positions in
the Cristobal and Margarita U U-nion
nion U-nion church. Until a few weeks a a-0
0 a-0 he was the treasurer of the
Margarita Church. For a "number
of years he held the post of chair chairman
man chairman of the General Council of
the Union Church of the Canal
Zone. Mrs. Campbell has been an
active member of the women's
groups and 4t present it a Dea Deaconess.
coness. Deaconess. At the 8:30 a.m. service at Co Coco
co Coco Solo and the 11 a.m. service at
Margarita, Theodore E. Franklin,
pastor of the church, will preach
on the subject "The Fear of the
Events scheduled for the follow following
ing following week Include 4 meeting of the
Women's Auxiliary on Tuesday
Right at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. John A.
Sundberg, wife of the officer in
charge of the Salvstlon Army
will be the speaker, Devotions
will be led by Mrs. Marlon
Franklin. Hostesses will be Mrs.
Emily Brooks and Mrs. Edna
On Wednesday night at 7:30
p.m., the church will be the post
to tha community-wide Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving service. The Rev. Edwin Web
ster of St. Margaret's Episcopal
church will' be the speaker and
0. E. Jorstad will be tlhe director
of music The church choir will
sing for the occasion.
Services at Christ Church By By-the
the By-the Sea Sunday will be in cele celebration
bration celebration of the annual harvest fes festival,
tival, festival, and there will also be ap appropriate
propriate appropriate music by the Cocoli
Guild throughput the day.
The firs.t, on thes'sehedule is- a
Celebration it 'the Holy Eucharist;
at 6 a.m. At 9 o'clock there will
be choral Eucharist and sermon,
which will be preceded by Matins
Young people of the parish,
comprising of the Church School
and other youth organizations, will
present their gifts at a special
service it 3 p.m.
At. 7; SO p.m. there will be sol solemn
emn solemn Evensong and sermon. Fol Following
lowing Following the Offertory anthem there
will be a procession, and as a fit fitting
ting fitting close the Te Deum will be
Men and boys of Christ Church
parish will join in the worldwide
Advent corporate communion the
following Sunday morning, Nov.
30,. at 6 o'clock. Under the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of the Knights of St. Paul,
a breakfast and program will fol follow
low follow the corporate communion.
Officiating at tlhe services wil
be th Rev. J. Peter Farmer, rec rector,
tor, rector, who will bt assisted by the
Rev. Henry A. Blake, headmas headmaster,
ter, headmaster, of the parochial school.
Extensive and elaborate plans
have been completed by the
memners ot the calvary Baptist
Church at "N" street, San Mi
guel, for their Harvest Tahnks-
giving services to be held Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Active a participation of (lie
Church departments, including the
Sunday School. Royal Ambassa
dors, Young Woman's Auxiliary,
ana otnert, in making and decor decor-sting
sting decor-sting baskets, along with the
work of the Harvest committee,
will contribute to the beauty ot
the Services, as well as, to the
beauty of the 'Church sanctuary.
A grand procession of the
choirs at the 11 a.m. aervice, fol-j
lowed by the parade of baskets
by the children, will befln the
first service, of the day.
The 7:30 p.m. service will also'
feature a grand procession of the I
choirs, in addition to the appro-!
prlate musical selections and an anthems
thems anthems by the individual and com combined
bined combined choira. j
ine nev. sea ley s morning aer
mon topic will be: "Expressing
a Lovely Virtue and at the
night service his topic will be:
"The Great Thanksgiving Psalm.
Tomorrow it 1:80 p.m. Biihop
F. Heber Gooden will visit St.
Christopher's Epistopgl ChurcH to
VI RY GUILTY
LONDON (DPI) Roy E.
Rogers. 21, asked in court Mon Monday
day Monday how he pleaded to charges
of theft, replied firmly, "Very
guilty." He was reminded ta cus custody
tody custody for trial,
! litalM el eUt
administer the Sacrament of Holy
Confirmation. The Biahiop wllr al
so be the preacher at that aerv
The day will begin with Holy
Communion at t a.m. folowed
by the sung Eucharit and ser sermon
mon sermon at 7:30 a.m. At the- latter
service, the Young Adults will
make their corporate communion.
, Get youf life In the
. center of God's Will.
Let Him speak to your
heart. Follow His call.
r 8:20 & IO:40--MORNINa WORSHIP
"GOD'S WEALTH AND OURS"
To be a Rood steward of life, time, talents, and pos possessions
sessions possessions Is a source of rich blessing are you enjoy-,
ing a full blessine in the Lord's work.
Chapel Choir Adult Choir
Children's Chapel t- R. L. Snyder
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all agei)
Bible study is a family matter in our church par parents
ents parents as well as children have ample opportunity In
the 5 adult classes. Your children will thoroughly en-
joy the Bible centered. Christ honoring classes.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
New Testament ;doctrine is complete, definite, and'
Ood, gtvfcn-T-lt's, ript uo to us to tell God what we'll
believe, but to put into practice what he tells us.
7:30 "THE CULTIVATION OF THE
A faithful Christian is not a matter of chance, but
the result of definite cultivation of the Spirit.
Youth Choir Male Quartet Cospel Singing
Everyone Welcome Nurseries Provided
COME JOIN IN THANKFUL PRAISE
8:30. Spanish SUNDAY SCHOOL English 9:30
The proof of the value of making the. Bible the center
ouTBnB'.'irseerr In the increasing number -who are coming;.'
Join your friends in a friendly church where God's Word
is taught, classes are divided by grades and taught bv
trained teachers and workers.
1 1 :00 Rev. WilliamTaylor Director of Central
American Mission. Missionary Reports.
6:00 Jet Cadets and High School
7:00 "The Importance of Prayer"
Praylesaness is a sin. .We invite you to cbme to a servlcs
that exalts Christ,
THANKSGIVING SERVICE, WED. 7:00 P.M.
By Candelight... special mu.lc by the choir ., duets,
trio, instrumental... testimony time,., missionary offering.
"SMALL enough to know you LARGE enough to SERVE
FRIENDLY NURSERY EVANGELICAL
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P.O. Box 1900 Panama .......... 1
At, 10:30 a.m., Morning" Prayer
- iand Church School classes wily be
conducted, and st Boon, Holy
Baptisms will be tdmtiiistertdL
It has also been announced that
next Sunday, Nov. 30 at, :2b
a.m. there will be a tpseial-
men's service. All men are espe-'
cially invited. 1
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THI TAHAM1 AMERICAS. AN UnjETENPENT, DAItT JfEWSPAPEB
Pitches, Parris Bats CerYeza iBalb
l-'H '!. !"-vJ k "'1 .'- ' ll Hi.. I. J ill I.....'....
'Satisfied' Clyde Clouts
Homer, Double, 2 Singles
For Fastest Panama Start
Cloutin' Clyde Parris, Cerveza Balboa's newly newly-acquired
acquired newly-acquired infielder who just a few weeks ago was a
disgruntled ballplayer, admitted today that his sa satisfied
tisfied satisfied feeling may have had a lot to do with his get getting
ting getting off to the fastest start of his long Panama Pro Professional
fessional Professional League career.
Parris who had been appar-l corner secure; with the services
'entlv bent on sitting out thelof Parris,: the;. Montreal, Class
-inter in Brooklyn. N.Y.. had a AAA International League third
wprfwt. nleht at the Plate last
night at the Olympic Stadium
a homer a double and two sln sln-;
; sln-; and scored three runsto
nurfc thn Bcermtn to a
' over tht Kings.
nijv.thanHpr Winston Brown
hurled a four fitter Sr. besting
gouthDav? Vibert wars -wuo w5
relieved by righthander Mamavl Mamavl-la
la Mamavl-la osorio in the eighth lnnlns.
- Parris, a star in tbe Pro
League since it? Inception 13
, mmr ago, and the nter.
' tnary a salary dispute with the
Chesterfield 's'm'io klelrs. tnow
Marlboro) was released to tne
Kings a -couple of months as:o
But Clyde, who likes nicking
up a buck even more than M
enjoys retting base hits, failed
- 4m with the new
team becaoe of the same old
trouble not enough moolah.
He said "no" to the Kings and
sat pat until the Beermen con contacted
tacted contacted him and gave him a con contract
tract contract which he said was entirely
to his satisfaction.
- Today the Smokers who orlei orlei-nally
nally orlei-nally cast him off are still shop shopping
ping shopping for a regular third base baseman,
man, baseman, while Cerveza Balboa man manager
ager manager Leon Kelhnan has his hot
Robert Kvan in
"GOD'S LITTLE( ACRE'
Marl Blanchard in
Not Apt For Minors!
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA Air Conditioned
2:30 4:30 6:30.- s:3U
Jerry Lewis David wayne
"THE SAD SACK"
OCO SOLO 7:00
Paul Newman Lita Milan
THE LEFT HANDED GUN"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Frank Sinatra Mitzi Gaynor
'THE JOKER IS WILU
Dan Dailev Claire Kelly
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Marlon Brando, Glenn Ford
"TEAHOUSE OF THE
In Cinemascope & Color!
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"OKLAHOMA ANNIE" and
The Glenn Miller Orchestra"
November 23, 1958
COCO SOLO & BALBOA
Get Tour Tickets Now!
CAP IT OLIO
with Frank Lovejoy
with B. Bivin
3cs SDo T
baseman who was among the
top five hitters oi the IL circuit
last summer witti a .j'Ju rnaiis..
In comrnenttaa on the steel:
infittlder's battta? splurge
nlsht, the CR pilot said, "I Just
hope he keeps hitting that ball
right through the season.'
Brown appeared to be in for
a rousrh nijfhl when he walk walked
ed walked leadoff batter Pumpsie
Green In the first inning and
allowed the shortstop to score
on a single by Gall Henley and
Ellas Osorio's infield out.
The sacks were filled with on only
ly only one out after Ken Hunt reach,
ed first on a fielder's choice and
Les Peden got a free pass, but
the runners died pn base as
Granny Gladstone oopped up to
second and Owen Friend went
down on a swineing strike.
Parris smacked a two-atti-two
nitch over the left field fence in
the rpcond to knot the count 1-1
!-.nd Brown himself srorert the
lead run in the third after he
doubled to xieht to start off the
frame, moved to third on Dave
Roberts' infield out and sprinted
home on Clarence Moore's sacri sacri-fir.p
fir.p sacri-fir.p fly to left.
Two-bageers by Parris and
Reinaldo Grenald in th four
iroducM another marker and
-nadp the "score 3-1: and a three--un.
four-Jilt uorisln in the 8th.
'inished Clrk- nd left wrnwn
with a comfortpble fi-1 mrerln.
Brown struck out elM, and
Walked seven, while Clarke fan fanned
ned fanned two wpikpd one and ner-mlft-d
10 of the Beermen's 11
The Kines lo.t an opportunity
to score in the fourth on a nlay
which mused a lot of comment
pmone the spectators.
With one out Clarke doubled
to center: Green walked and
Henlev noooed to short see see-on
on see-on hae iitnlro Metheny
palled the infield fly rule.
Bt Moore, h shortstoo. let
he bal' dron tnfntionallv and
Hreen took off 1nr seco"''. In
he meantime Moore f'elded
the ball and fl'nd. to Lo"e
covering secofcdr 'Feirctpr tried
o tae the anproahlwr Gen
tit mlsefl. accordini' fi M-
ten. so Lope ie9 Clarke,
who ha'' wov off the nk.in
the confusion for am Inning Inning-fiiin"
fiiin" Inning-fiiin" 'nnbleolay.
The Kin! argued th rlechiop
but os "othony p-mlp'ned s.ftor s.ftor-ward.
ward. s.ftor-ward. C'arke roved off the
base at. his own rk ""d wo s out
when Lopez touched him on the
Had nreen and olnn.- rernoin rernoin-pd
pd rernoin-pd on the haws whn th inf'eld
fly was called, the situation
would have been two outs and
two runners on.
No game will be olaved to to-nieht.
nieht. to-nieht. The Kings will meet Marl
boro at the Olympic Rtadium at
3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
FORTUNE FOR SCHOOL
LONDON (UPI1 Wuilam Stone,
"the Squire of Piccadilly," left
most of his 1.000,000 pound fortune
52,800,000 to ms old school, reter
house College at Cambridee'.
That will make Peterhouse, one
of the smallest colleeeR at Cam
bridge the richest in the univer
sitv despite heavy death taxes.
Stone died at the age of 101.
THE BLACK WIDOW
, HELL'S CITY
with Susan Stephen
and John Bently Bently--
- Bently-- Also:
LES A VENTURES
with Gerar Phlllpa
Roberts, lb .
Moore, ss . .
Shetrone, cf .
Lopez, 2b ...
Parris, 3b ...
Peeples, rf .
Grenald, If .
Ab R H Po
Brown, p 3
37 6 11 27 9
Green, ss 1
Henley, cf . . 5
Osorio E'., lb ... 3
Hunt, If ..... 4
Peden, c ..... 3
Gladstone, rf . 3
Friend 2b .... 4
Heron, 3b 4
Clarke, p 3
Osorio A d . .0
v,i!TuminelH . . 1
31 1 4 27 13
Tuminelli grounded out for A.
Osorio in 9th.
Balboa 011100030 6 10 0
Kings 100 000 0001 4 1
Summary Errors: Green."
Runs batted in: E. Osorio, Par
ris, 'Moore, Grenald 2, Kellman
2. Earned runs: Cerveza Balboa
6, Cocle Kings 1. Two base hits:
Peeples, Brown, Grenald, Clarke,
Parris, Peden. Home run: Parris.
Doubleplaysl Moore, Lopez. Sac
rifice hits: Green, Moore, Rob
erts. Stolen base: Peeples. Struck
out by: Clarke 2, by Brown 8, by
A. Osorio 1. Base on balls: off
Clarke 1, off Brown 7. Left on
base: Cerveza Balboa 7; Kings
11. Pitchers record: Clarke 6
runs, 10 hits in 7 23 innings.
Winning pitcher: Brown- (1-0).
Losing pitcher: Clarke (0-1).
Umpires: Hinds,' Williams, Me Metheny,
theny, Metheny, Corrigan. Time of game:
Mel Ott To Be
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 22
(UPI) Mel Ott, the greatest of
all the Giants except for John
McGraw, will be burled today
mourned by a sports public that
respected him as ballplayer and
Services for the. Natlonal
League's all-time homerun king
and the greatest modern hero of
the Giants, will be held at 2
p.m., from the P. J. McMahon
Andsson s funeral home with in
terment in Netaire Cemetery.
Due to his family's request for
an early burial, Ott's remains
will go to the grave without the
presence of the host of baseball
greats who expressed a desire to
pay their final respects.
Ott, 49, died yesterday after a
round-the-clock fight for his
life by doctors who said he suc-
sumbed finally of a kidney in
fection known as uremia. Ott
and his wife, also 49, were in
jured a week ago in a car crash
at Bay St. Louis, Miss1., that in
stantly killed Lester F. Curry,
the driver of the. other car. Mrs.
Ott who has hot been advised of
her husband's death, is sched scheduled
uled scheduled to be transferred from
Gulfport to a New Orleans hos hospital
pital hospital for possible surgery. Al Although
though Although in serious condition, she
is given a fair chance for re recovery.
covery. recovery. Ott was Injured last week Fri Friday
day Friday niuht when he pulled his
car onto Highway 90 in Bay St.
Louis. Miss., and collided with
the Currv car. His condition
took a sudden turn for the worse
Thursday night and he died aft
er surgery at 1:30 p.m. EST, yes
Ott is survived by his widow,
two daughters, his mother, a
sister, and a grandson, all from
the New Orleans area.
A living legend. Ott wrote a
fabuiows and heart warmine
baseball story from the time he
reported to the iron-rin,ed ,v
rant of the Polo grounds, the
immortal Mr. McOraw, In 1925 to
the time he turned over the
managerial reins of the club to
the hated nrooklyn manager,
RY NIGHT I
with Henry Fonda
- Also: -KING
with Clark Gablt
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CLYDE CLOUTS ONE Cerveza Balboa third baseman Clyde Parris is' greeted at home plate
by teammates Dave Roberts (left) and Hector, Lopez :( right) after the hard-hitting Infielder
clouted a homer in the second inning, in the game which Cerve?a Balboa won' from the
Kings 6-1 at the Olympic Stadium last night. Parris had a perfect night with four safeties
in four trips.to the plate. '.
Auto Smashup Injuries Fatal
NEW ORLEANS (UPI) Mel
Ott, the former New York Giant
outfielder who is immortalized in
baseball's Hall of Fame for his
exploits on the diamond, died yes
terday of injuries suffered last
week in an automobile accident.
Death came to the 49-year-old
OFFICIAL, PRIZE" UStV
Si vnth Annual Marlin Club
Marlin j t
1st. Mel Tinkl.er, blue -mar-
lin, 618 lbs.; CZ. Governors' ;Qup,
Marun Club tup, 14 per cent oi,
prize money, 8m movie camera
from Kodak Inc. Panama. --f
2nd. Leo Krziza; black mar mar-lin,
lin, mar-lin, 552 lbs.,11 percent of prize
money, $50, letter of dredit Lou
3rd. John T. Styles, black
marlin, 480 lbs., o percent of
prize money, $50. letter of credit
Smoot and Paredes.
4th. R. Sullivan, black mar-,
lin, 431 lbs.., 8 percent of prize
money, 2 Tires from- uooayear.
5th. Wrii. Coffey, black mar
lin, 363 lbs., 6 percent of pnze
money, 1 case Agewooa irom Na National
tional National Distillers.
6th. Leo Krziza, black mar
lin, 330 lbs., 1 Yr. subscription to
Panama American, ana 5 percent
of prize money.
7th (Tie) G. Nickle F. Laval Laval-lee,
lee, Laval-lee, black marlin, 230 lbs., 4 per percent
cent percent of prize money, 6 Bottles li liquor
quor liquor from National Distillers.
8th Chubby Wright, bl a c k
mariin 227 lbs., 3 percent of prize
money, 6 Bottles liquor from Na
9th Robert Holdren, black
marlin 215 lbs., $20. letter of dred dredit
it dredit from Hallman S.A.
10th. Howard Clark Jr., black
marlin 193 lbs., 6 months supply
Coke from Coca Coia Inc.
11th Robert King, black mar
lin 180 lbs., Marlin figurine from
12th. Harry Grtmes blue mar marlin
lin marlin 158 lbs.,- Cfte of Whiskey from
Cristobal Yacht Club.
1st. Alcus A. Dean, pacific
sailfish (147), Marlin Club cup,
8 percent of prize money, 35.
letter of credit from Crawford A
2nd. James Henson Pacific
sailfish (133), 6 percent of prize
money. Trophy from Charles A A-bernathy
bernathy A-bernathy S.A.
3rd. ) R. B. Frost Pacific
sailfish (126) 4 percent of Prize
money, Tie and cuff set from Ta
4th. Robert, Douglas Pacific
sailfish (119), 3 percent of prize
money. ." '..
5tb. Mac Meyers, P8k c i f 1 e
sailfish (117), 2 percent of prize
money. -, e.W
1st. Robert Boatright, Dolphin,
49 lbs., 3 percent of prize money,
500 yds. fishing line Ashaway
2nd, Dick Robins, dolphin
48 lbs., 2 percent of prize money.
1st. Robert King, imberjack
44 lbs., 8 percent of prize mon money,
ey, money, j'.
I 2nd. Chubby Wright, amber-
Under direction of
'1 :- . '.,... ,"Kt --iS.'.-' 4!--,-
ex-Giant slugger t 12 : 30 p.m.
(c.s.t.) in New Orleans' Tourojn Tourojn-firmary,
firmary, Tourojn-firmary, and wrote a tragic end
to an around-the-clock attempt by
doctors to save his Jife.
Immediate cause of "death, a
Touro spokesman said, was
uremia kidney poisoning re-
jack, 39 jbs,, 2 percent of prize
3rd. C. Bath Jr.
22 lbs., 1 percent of
, amber jack
Largest fish caught by
Chubby Wright, black
227 lbs $25: cash from
30 lb. Tit Class
William Mar in, Pacific sai'fish
116 lbs., 3 percent of prize mon
in ik Tt riM
Boat Captains Priit
. Bill Adams, Flying Scot, nibst
poundage of marlin -j '882 ,po;unds
From cape 'Cod Litfs Co. Approx Approx-imate'y
imate'y Approx-imate'y $100.00 worth of fisMnr
line.. r )
The Flying' Scot, wtfhich last
year had the first prize marlin,
this year took the "second and
sixth place marlins and fourth
ANTELOPE AL KRUE'CER
AnteloDe Al Krueger was a bril
kant ond oh Southern- California's
football tsams in the late 1930's.
He hit his oeak in 1938 when the
record including victories over
Ohio State and Notre Dame dur
ing the regular season and over
Duke in the Rose Bowl. That was
a Rose Bowl thriller, the one m
which Duke's great defenders led
3-0 into the waning minutes only
to be thwarted 7-3 when Krueger
snared a touchdown pass from
Whatever happened to Al Krue-
eerO he now is a rancher in An
telope Valley, Calif.
WARSAW 'OTir"The 'Polish
government next year" will try W
slake the nation's thirst with beer
and : bbjT Instead of Voaka
ine government s qrivcio pro:i
duce more beer and fruit dnnk
in 1859 wui be coupiea wuh an
anti-alcohol;. i campaign 'ontvadio
and Jo -the movies. t
MIAMI Nov: 22 (UPI) Houff-
ton's free- wheeling Cougars
threw every offensive! trick In
the book at Miami last night and
needed them all to outscore the
Hurricanes 37 to 26 In a rousing
I ootoau rougnnouse.
suiting from a damaged kidney,
one oi the many injuries sutiereu
by Ott in the head-on collision
last Friday night.
"We did evrything we could to
save iiim, the spokesman saia.
but it was hopeless."
Ott's wife, Mildred, also 49, was
more seriously injured in the
crash which claimed the life oi
the driver of the second car. But
while Ott lost his week-long battle
for life, his wife is succeeding.
spokesman ioe the Ott fam
ily said they planned to keep the
news of her husband's death from
her until her, condition improved.
The spokesman said doctors felt
the shock would be too much for
her to bear.
. : Transferred Thursday
t Transferred' Thursday
Ott-was- transferred W ttte'lNeW
Orleans hospital Thursday after afternoon
noon afternoon from a hospital in Gulfport,
Miss., where he had shown slow,
but steady improvements
Ott and his wife- had been taken
to 'the Memonal Hospital in Gulf Gulfport
port Gulfport following th accident in Bay
St. Lduis, Miss., Both were injured
when they puUejbhto; a; highway!
irum a restaurant onveway. ineir
car 'collided with one driven by
, 50-vear-olji SNegro
hot 14 1' kflkM jtafl
' ; r r
ott, was transferred to the New
Orleans hospital when his kidney
condition worsened imd for- .treat .treatment
ment .treatment of other injuries, inehlding
fractures of both legs, a' broken
atm, six broken ribs, head and
other internal injuries.
Mrs. Oct is convalescing
Gulfport hospital and is
raled- to be transferred to
Infirmary in a few days.
LivM in suburbs
The Otts and their daughter.
Barbara Ann, made their home in
Gretna, Li., a suburb of New Or
leans and were in Bay St. Louis
to inspect a newly acquired sum-j
mer cottage at the time of the
Shortly before he died, Ott had
been placed back on an artificial
kidney which had been used in
Thursday night's delicate opera operation.
tion. operation. After surgery he showed
improvement, according to a
l our Oi spokesman; and the device
was removed, only to be replaced
when he again slid towards death.
For; 20 years Ott was as much
a iiXture bf the Giants as the Polo
Grounds. His was the success
story that many a young baseball
novice hopes to parallel.
He. leaped from sandlot baseball
to the major leagues without the
customary' excursion through the
minor leagues at the age of 17.
He 'wore no other uniform than
that of the Giants,' playing a total
of 2,730 games In Which he earned
a lifetime batting a vr age of .304.
jUnmisrakablt .at Plat
Ott was an unmistakable liguro
at the plate. In order to get as
much power out of his lithe 160
boundt frame the' left-handed slug
ger kicked his; right leg high off
tne grouna towing tne tun weignt
of his body behind, his swing at
H The unusual batting stance
worked wonderfully for tb4 5-9
power hitter; He amassed a total
of 511 home runs a record which
still stands ita the National
League. Only the 'New York Yan-,
Ktees Babe Kuth and Boston
Jimmy ? Foxx of -the American
lffeagu have bettered the mark.
" For six years, beginning in 1942,
Ott nianaged the Giants and then
remained with the'Gia-nt farm svs-
tm until 1950.' -:
He Managed Oakland of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific .coast League in 1951 and
1952. iJt or tn past 'three' seasons
he wis a member of a broadcast
ing team that reported Detroit
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.Panama; professional league-:
Cerveza r Balbo
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V! ol'0' 1 -ooo.;vi 5
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Olympic Stadium: Azucareros
Came time 3:00 p.m.
Last Night's Reilr
At Olympic Stadium: Cerveza Balboa 6, Kings 1
Baltimore Colts May Prove
To Be One Of Best Teams in
Pro Football League History
By OLIVER MORRISON I
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) -The-1958
Boltimore ColU may prove
to be one of the best teams in Na National
tional National Football .League, history.
There's a statement bound to
raise the hackles oi fans who re
member such NFL powerhouses
as the Chicago Bears of 1940. That
was the teom that humiliated the
Washington Redskins, 73-0. for tlie
NFL titl. It had mab stalwarts
as Sid Lucomafli jGewrge? McAfee,
Bulldog Turner, Joe Strydahar
ond Ken Kavanaugh? j ;al
But the suggestion" has ''fre e-a
made in print in this football football-crazy
crazy football-crazy metropolis, that the 1958
Colts may be one of the league's
(greatest and the ciluB does have
wwmw me cuo uoes nave
They key to Baltimore's glitter
ing 7-1 record is balance.
The Colts combine a blistering
offense with o ferocious defense.
The defense line is surely one of
the most impressive and probably
th largest man-for-man,i in. ,HFL
history. -&r- ..... V.
' Gino Marchetti weighs 240, Art
Donovan 270, ,ene ( Big Daddy ii
i.ipscoma 28f.and Don? Joyce., at
- f -vv -f
fi Maw. Twe Shutoutr Ife-
- Tlie defense has blanked iwa
teams, the Green .BayPoebers
and the Bears, -this seas6i,' an
usual feat i in tpro football. t The
shutout against Che Bears l a s t
week was the first agpinst" the
Windy City boys in 12 years. V
The big, tough and mobile de'
fensive line has a radar corps! de-
Tigr Jdnes Upsets
Calhoun Dfi k Foul
NEW YORK. NOV. 22 (UPI)
Middleweight R.a lp.h (Tiger)
Jones, who upset Rory Calhoun
by the margin of a iouwoiina
last night, may meet top con contender
tender contender Carmen Basllio at Syra Syracuse,
cuse, Syracuse, N.Y., in January. ; '.:".''
Promoter Norman Rothschild
announced he had offeredex-
champion Hasilio ; $35,000; -,to
meet Jones, at the -. Syracuse
Memorial, Auditorium ;im aion aion-televlsed
televlsed aion-televlsed Wilts -.v
TInranked Jones, 9-5 under
dog, won a unanimous decision
over lOth-rated ca l hioun oi
White Plains, N.Y., hi their TV.
radio 10-rouflder at vMadison:
Square Garden, after slugger
Calhoun ma nee noenanzeq ms
best round, the eighth, on a Ipw-r
blow foul. '.,,'
... The Tigerthf f.'.A)baftSr.iT.Y.(!
was low manUn the: betting be
cause of tsusblcions. that-he wi
"washed.'up.rtr-jrx'' ':.-,.V v-'';'
Thirwryear-oiQ jones, wno
weighed 458 pounds- to Cal
houn's 163, was : awarqr.i i.ne
verdict on k rounds basis:' 5-4-li
5-3-2 5-4-1,'safter referees Ray
Miller's elehth-jsound iforfeiture
ruling for a low left hook.
, ;;;;r'flV''.' 'S V.
The Pedtd: Miguel tlun. ciiib
will hold a 50 target-Thil Miller.
Trap Shoot at Its'TraprRangei'M
the top of Paraiso Hill' on 'Gam-
boa Road, at -10 a,mf 'v
Optionau W thi-'c6min ishftot
will be bh the '50 Target" OVerajl
iAsitead df' being on each 25 Tai'-
Tget Event. Purse divisions f will
b five atraignt percentage ? aivi-
sion.vi -wftT.-.j. ,,. ; i,
Traos will be. Onen for oractice
both before and- after main event.
'if- i - "J- 't
IV WD LV VV Vt Gft j- I
(Black) v Vi
fensive backifeld to back jt.im.
ine toits have intercepted 24 en.
emy passes this, year: X Andy ilfcU'
son leads : with se vea an rooiSiO
Rpr Brown is right m his heelj
' 1 ' Slot
- i .. -- .ii
uiioiie ; oaianced, diver-
and alert -to'.'acv, ittntwrnapf-'inkk-vi
"ii -. r; -m -i- teaa the NFL f!siW
...... u,ivi jaiu.. v.inri inrfi m-. t,
in scoring; with 272 irtMnts,,
r, "bilas .Ni.r Rtcortf
' week against ttje Lo7
Angeles Rams, na ha,i ...
,""".'.--. recoru of 23-1
mitifo.V ffiiTTVy tP8
, f ollbtw ;J$m&; Airieche "is the
gainerv with v-5M-,;. yards. at
Prety far behind, the : l,iS3 yan'a
ed fit strain f .- ,L.
.cutback. And. there isn't a more,
alijswe halfback in ths : .league
than his .funning mate,, skinny
Lenny Moore.'; .'V ,..;'
. fnny. also is mighty handy to
have around as a pass receiver
Wong with Raymond, Berry .. and
.S I WO tlUtltfP Hilfh.t. '
3,fhuIder separation ut -report- ,Z -.
Y-.w ",j "V". r.'.-aa.. tno, Hn
leaPlln'b' annnnA k. 1' Jftn""
i' j r y T-1 w pass receiv-t
lllfX TtwArA. .nl II... L.
I' a t tu t j V" ADULTS : I
AT THE I Wfixi0t J;.
THEATRE Ko. l JPuru Av.
I 5ex-pofvi Curr&nt roost
1 ntAVhN KtLL I
;iln French witH'Sjiariteh;;; I
I AlIfli'YaDJ. Stenheii Itovd
Allfli 'Varu;- StVttheh oyd
, A sex-ational. love drama 1
lumea r lrt epaijH
w i-i'..r t
K's',...i;",.1'T !V'vI ,'
4 v'' '; ;-
; TS3 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Australia's Mai Anderson
gATCRDAT. KOTDESni IZ. IKt
IdE art Bucholz U psets
The Clrjr Ataoelafwi "belongs
r"" the bowlers m no bowler
ohevld ehirkhls aHity 1 attend
the annual meetina to be
this Sunday, ,aftrneon Vla the
Diablo Service, Center ,al 1, t'j
Army Navy MiaoH Leajue
- Sleepers -.
Kool Krews v
' lix Hasten
14 : 10
13 I U
1 ivjul tttnlrra
"Slotper 4 Mix Masters 0
Mix Mastera mastered no games
and the Sleepers lost no grouna ia
the rac tor me league crowu
nniw mr wr the Sleepers chal
lenged -- when' the Sleepers took
m if and the Mix Masters nearly
took the middle game, falling short
by, three pins. t
' Althnualh the Sleepers art lead
In the Teaeue. they received a
' donation of 41 pina per game from
th Mix Mastera.- and this handi
cap proved very effective in the
h- second game, fbe realSleeper to
the Sleepera linup was Ralph
Tunstill with 1 567 acratch and 600
handicap: Bob Mathiaa wat Boj
aftouch lor the Sleepers because he
pegged 553 handicap. And adding
th fominta touch to the proceed
ings, Lop Mathias and Laureli Bui
tera capuvaiea oo iw jw uuw'
The maestro of the Mix Masters
was Wiley Williamson vwlth 5li
cratch and 853 handicap, ; and he
was ably assisted by Dan Koest Koest-tr't
tr't Koest-tr't 650 handicap.,
El Bandlttos 4, Kenele ;
Los Bandittos staged .holdup
.of Rebels, and hauled away
four points with ease. No game
, waa close with the renegades
natching a 241 pin advantage for
; the' match. The onr that carried carried-i
i carried-i away the most loot was Sal Laqui Laqui-'
' Laqui-' dara with 593 acratch and 646 han han-i
i han-i dicap .and .Cinny Hassler, deraon deraon-traW
traW deraon-traW that fte femal Ihe spe spe-cies
cies spe-cies can also be deadly, with a
S53 handicap set. The beaten Reb
els, had no 5C pinsters, bur Clitf
Parker eam cloae with 48.i In
Sal's treasures wfP0 a.nd, 220
games. ,"ti c;.
KmI Krow 4 1
inca the order of the day was
or nothing, the Kool Krews got
all And tho"?' got'. nothing.
While the' Kool .Krews were not
red hovSihey were only pressed in
the middle stanza, winning by 22
stumps of lumber. The male mem
bership of the Kool Krews domin dominated
ated dominated the action. Tom Thdmai 545,
Conley Cain 553 and rraniue re re-rile
rile re-rile S53 all handicap., For the .7
It was a husband and wife affair,
.with the honors going to the weak weaker
er weaker ex, when Ba Strode gave Lee
l lesson, azo to aua nauaicay.
Wood Packers 4 Safety Pins
Continuing ft trend of the week
the Wood recxers picxea uiem uiem-selves
selves uiem-selves a Jackpot of four, points'.
Hero ta. the second game was
close and thel sheet was checked
and double checked because a so solo
lo solo pin determined the, winner. r A
trio ol WOOOT wooapecxera pacx pacx-eA.thm
eA.thm pacx-eA.thm wallcm: Sheo Shepard 523.
Andy Sterl SSand Jim Boyle 548,!
all handicap; one only saieiy fin
that was sharp waa jonnme tiy
wits 525 handicap,
M:ryyn Rose Vcn'f
Rcl'-Sayi Hell ; ;
Turn To Pro Tennis
ty IRIAN KAWKSLIY
MELBOURNE, AustraUa Nov.
B (UPI) Mervyn Rose, sus suspended
pended suspended tennis sur who vowed
Wednesday to wreck Australia's
Davie Cup team by revealing ex-
Mnu iAoMf detaila.; changed ;hii
mind Thuraaay ana aaia ite wouiajjiauu. tui
turn professional : rather than
"rat" on nis iormer leammaies, -v
Rose, recognised as the world's
Hnest left ourt doublea plsyer,
said he would join Jack -Kram-
Jr'n professional troupe "almost
uVKKUAtely."'. Kramer,, who is in
iyaeey coaching the Unit d
, SUtes Davis Cup squad, said he
would give Rose a minimum of
10,000 Australian pounds ( 322,400
to turn professional.
Rose was suspenaea oy : me
Tjh Tfltinii. Association
traiik for falling 4o. give a satis
factory explanation of the expense
money lit received during a 1958
ITuropean tour.- The association
touched-, off on angry t Wast ( by
Rose when it informed him by
letter that .' the suspension would
not be lifted until Jan. 21, t bus
the .current Australian t o u r n a-
" menta or to represent his country
in Davis Cup plsy next month,
; "I guess I Just blew my top,
Rose said. "On thinking the jnat-
. tor ever today,: I reckon W I Just
twt rst on my irwnda.i , ; ?v
"I'll fly to Sydney next Tuesday
to clinch the deal, with Kramer
and. aicn a tontf J:4ir;hvi-
. Rose threw this tennis mad
country! into an .uproar i.vith,. his,
Wednesday blast. :CV: :W
C "I have plenty of dop oa out
vavia cup players,", ho nao saia.
"I hate making threaU, but I've
f prooapiy oeen son too long.
don't see why 1. should m made
me-bunny. There were "8 Austra-
piayera overseas; this year,
u in g uiiiy wmi oinort are,
Teams-- ,' Won Leaf
Jesters. . V 4v
rh-rv Pirlfprk 11. I
- ....... r--
Pin Pala 1 Chorry Pickora 3
Hie Cherry Pickera picked on
the top team of the loop and pluck plucked
ed plucked three juicy points. Only fn the
second game did the Pin Pals pil piled
ed piled enough pint off the lanes to
land a point. St. Michel ."M K"
and Georee Bender were the chief
Cherry Pickers with 556 and handi
can. Three of tfte Pin Pals quart'
et were over 5C but still their
team lost. Bob Brabke 560. Rick
Kelly 510. '.Norm CMenbieaki
511. all handicap.
. Hi Ho 3 J an-l. Celt 1
After' dropping the first same
the Hi Hos rallied and took the
next three tallies and as a result
went into a tie for first place. Wil
lie Wilson was the high Hi Ho with
a 609 handicap set and Fred Bour
raso waa next in line with 569
handicap- For the Hon I : Cols,
Noreen. and Lucky of the. Jones
family did themselves justice by
rolling 548 and 531 both handicap.
V.'- roppari x annnars iyi
, Tne Stingers, stung the Peppers
if that was not close e
nough, the two foursomes of the
lanes, made it a tie game in the
segunda stanza. The strain of close
fames waa .too much for ; tne
tingers and' were dumped in the
finale by plenty. The Canady fami
ly, Fran and Maria contributed to
the Peppers cause. 507 and 542,
and Dave Davenport was not rest
ing when he smacked 553. Frank
Ballard and Don McGuire did the
work for the stingers with 585 and
503. All handicap.
.. Jotters 3 Wina Dings 1
Openins uo with a win the Wing
Dings found that the Jesters were
not joking when they took- the
next three quite easily; The whole
gang of Jesters jostled the Wing
Dings. Bev Jackson 535, Mary
Lund 504, her better half Ray 522
and Bui Burmeister 569 all hand!
cap. Only one Wing Dinger; dug
into the tenpins, namely Charlie
Jackson with his 534 figure.
" ) .,. .1 .'
Charles' : Beauty Shop :
Team No. 1
rr v, "lg-i
Spalding Dot -Team
,& meeting of -the
Association will be held
on Sunday, Nov. 23 at 2 p.m., at
the Diablo Heights Serivice Cen
ter and ; all America; Bowling
Congress memberr- are urged to
be present. AU League secretaries
are; asked to notify their leagues
authorized represntauve to ue
sure and attend.
' Taseat Battery 1, APA 9
1 David forgot to load his sling
and Goliath (Tasco B atteryj
None of the games were decided
until the ninth and tenth frames
arid then APA' seemed to "fly into
bad weather" while Tasco Batte
ry kep sparking along. SAU for
the Tasco Batteryi men were J up
for this match and AfA waa han
dicapped somewhat by -a blind.
Tasco Battery: Balcer., 592:
Lang, 415; T. Lowande, 351;' 2.
ijowande,1 552; Damina, 573.
APA: Soyater, 629; P. Beit,
384; Mitchusson, 419; Blind 459;
a. joesi, xa.
:' Charles' Beauty Shop 3
Tahiti Jewelry 0
Keeping pace with Tasco Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, Charles' Beauty Shop abut
out (Tahiti Jewelry and remained
tied with Tasco Battery for first
place.' Charles' Beauty shop, seem
ed to nave some one come up
witn a zoo or better score in ev
ory game and along with a 27 P)
spbt,: thie proved too much -ft
ory game and along with a 27 pin
Charles1 Beauty Shop: A, Rob
erts, 471; B. Roberts, 402; M. La
Beau,. 363;' D, LaBcau, 506; Fol Fol-ger,
ger, Fol-ger, 537.
Tahiti Jeweb-y: Minor 507; Bor-gis,-380;
Bush, 393;: Camby, 423;
Kunkel, 538. t
Team No, 1 2. Spalding Dot 1
; Faced with spotting Spalding
Dot 57 pins a game, Team No. 2
stepped right out and j- won vat
first and second cames from
I Spalding Dot. They won the sec
- iond game by three pins as the
- j result of a recheck of the score
sneet as the v. ongmal addition
showed the game to be a tie. fill
ly Coffey and George Riley,? op opposing
posing opposing anchormen, battled strike
lor. strike before Coffey edged Ri Riley,
ley, Riley, 039, to 622,vf K.'Sr'.v
Team No. H T, Schmidt, '523;
Gunn, i 449; y Rogers, 501; R.
Schmidt, 472; Coffey, 639. :''
-Spalding Dot: Holcomb, 391 W.
Riley,; 440: Nelson, 447; -Samanie-gov
.467; G. Riley, m-i.pi;
-'.-.3".,J Colonial Insurance 2 yr
,'':n-,Toom. No. 2
In a battle for last place,' Colo Colonial
nial Colonial Insurance shoved Team No.
2 into' the, cellar all by their one one-aome.j
aome.j one-aome.j Ray Dube really "found"
alleyaj 3 am) scored 020 but only
in the second game could Team
No. 2 muater a win. They scored
1074 with handicap for a new
league high game for team. 'm
Colonial v Insurance: Klumpp,
522; ;.Keeler, 394;, .Vojs,, ,320;
Brown, 406; Toland, 510.
Team No. 2: Albritton, 633: P.
Lane, 350; Thompson, 319; Dube,
lii Sydney Tourney
y RICHARD VoUMXHD
'"sYDNEYT Australia- (UPI)
Eighteen year old Earl Buch Buch-holz
holz Buch-holz of St. Louis, Mo., stunned
Australian tennis fans with J the
"greatest victory", of bis career
Friday when he crushed Aussie
star .Mat Anderson, 6-3, 6-3, 9-7
in the second round of the rNew
soutn waies cnampionsmps.
Three other Yanks Ham Kicn
ardson, Barty MacKay, and Alex
Olmedo also advanced to the
"bracket of 46", on Saturday, -but
Buchholz' straight-set, conquest, of
man who won the JJ singles
championship In, 1957, waa the big
gest bombshej ; in ; the tourney
uius iar. ; y f t : .s r'; i
"I fl nn Ins of the world.'
said the gleeful Buchholz when he
left the court,- "it's -easily ,jny
sreatest victory m big tennis.
Experts and fans alike at White
City Stadium 5 agreed f with y the
vouna American Davis Cup hope
ful, whose greatest win. imtil now
waa the ..wimDieaon. jumor cnam cnam-DionShlp.'
DionShlp.' cnam-DionShlp.' Anderson.' second-seed
ed her,- couldn't get his" big serve
working and without it was com
pletely dominated py Jjucnnmz.
" The other U.S. players also
won in straight sets against less
er Dlavers. Richardson, of Arling
ton, r Va., routed John Hillebrand
of Sydney. 6-1. 6-2. 6-1 Mackay.
irom oayton. umo trouncea ar ar-rv
rv ar-rv Phillips of Sydney. 6-1 6-0.
6-2; and Olmedo, the little Pru
vian .wno quauiiea tor tnev u.&.
Davis Cup team' as a long-term
resident of Los Angles, beat the
somewhat more formidable war
ren Woodcock. 8 6. 6-3.; 6-2. "
VThis boy is a champion," de1-
clared U.S., tennis Coach .. Jack
Kramer Jiftef Buchhol triumph
"When he -gets in 1 front, he
doesn't' let go."
Anderson caued "the loss "my
worst defeat tn long time.
v-ii4U Plenty "Of Rosorve
' Bnrfiholz. who will Dlav Olmedo
in a third-round match Saturday,
Lattributedhis v: victory to- "the
gymnasium-, exercises -we've done
since our- arrival to complete my
"I had Plenty of reserve," he
said, "and Y sure needed it in the
third set." ,-.,'
Mackay, a key- man on the U.S.
cup team, ow faces hird hird-rounder
rounder hird-rounder : against top-seeded' Wlm-
biedon x hampion Ashley cooper
of Australia, who romped .through
tfhir -mateh against fellow Aussie
Arthur Shapter, 6-2, 6-2, 6-0. f.
Richardson will face Roy Em Emerson,
erson, Emerson, experienced Aussl who Fri Friday
day Friday ousted young Chris Crawiord
of Piedmont, Calif., 6-2, 6-2, e-l
' DETROIT (UPI) Scrappy
BiUy Martin, who failed to put
"new life" into the Detroit Ti.
eers. waa traded -Thursday, to the
Cleveland Indians for his- third
move in 17 months. The Tigers
got pitchers Roy Narleski and
Don Mossi. s
Detroit also sent right binder
Al Cicotte to the Indiana and re
ceived lnfielder ossie Alvarez.
Martin oame to Detroit just's
vear ago Thursday in a 13-player
trade with the Kansos City APT.
leucs and he was hailed : aarne
man to solve all the Tigers' ills.
But the Tigers, ? long criticized
as a ; lacklustre. 1 spiuuess team,
didn't pick up Martin's fire and
fell from fourth place in mar v
fifth in, 1958 while the Indians
took fourth. -"Billy
did a good iob for us."
Tiger General Manager John Mc Mc-Hale
Hale Mc-Hale said, ."but be was playing
out of- position. : That was our
fault." Martin normally second
baseman, was converted to, short
stop try tne Tigers ana tinauy
sent to third base.
Martin hit '.255 for the Tigers
after coming. from the A's... he
waa traded to Kansas City by
New York during the 1957 season
after bis birthday party, witn sev
eral Yankee stars in tne uopaca-
bana night club turned into a
.. Narleski and Mossi were the re
lief aces of the near-decade that
Cleveland pitching was the : best
In the American League. They
gave the Indians the bet one-two
bnllpen punch in baseball: ':
But injuries and age hit the In
dian staff and Narleski started ?4
amea last season in addition to
relieving In 20 others.' He posted
a 13-10 record and a 4.08 earned
run average.. Mossi worked in 43
games with a t b marx ana s.sb
HOUSINO SHORTAOl H I
; LONDON (UPI) Ctechoslo Ctechoslo-vakia's
vakia's Ctechoslo-vakia's housing shortage hould
be solved in 12 years, Radio
Prague ssld- yesterday.''',-',..', k'tt
The broadcast said the central
committee of tht Communist
Party met here last week and
decided to do something about the
housing shortage, pensions and
wages. The" commentator said
about': 1.200.000. apartments would
.be required to provide adequate
. r it
MEXICO CITY (UPl)-Heming.
way and other aficionados of the
aoalled .''bull fight" can get an
argument' from me v today anent
thfr benefits aesthetic or other
wise to be derived from what
shapes up as a match between
Shirley Temple and jacx we tup-
per. ,t ..
, Understand, old fearless, or "el
vieio intreoido" as I am, known
cautiously in these paru, isn't an
experts I saw- my firsthand last-bull-
fight in these precincts and
i in vp- tn -ncure anvnoav wno
ioes this way has to- delight in
auch items as hari-kiri, Buchen-
wald roulette and the nesting of
The poor bull has as much
chance as a dozen eggs in a con concrete
crete concrete 'mixer. The experts tell you,
with' a local shrug of the shoul
ders, that these aren't supposed
to De "iikms" in me ursi piace.
The "corrida", actually is sim
ply a "running of the pulls."
That explains it. They run and
bleed the "poor critter into ex
haustion, and then the matador
puts out the lights with a aword
which is aippropriateiy bent so
that it slides more easily into
the proper lethal spot.
Dress it up all you want with
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Spid
er Webb turned Joey Giardello's
face mto a bloody mask Wednes
day night and was awarded a sev
enth round technical knockout ov over
er over the Long Island battler who
had nothing lefrat the end but
courage and an explosive right
bind. ,. V.
Referee Vera Bybee. ;halted. the
contest ajt ( 1:3'7 of tbew seventh
round: A. river of blood coursed
down from' -below' Giardello's left
eye as ne (punoiy sougn vo. tjw
f '"1LV .. n. Ll .Mill
across get. one more wkhv
euch as tiad dazed Webb earlier
in the fight! :",.), -j,:-.
Webb weighed" 158 3-4 pounds for
the' nationally televised middle'
weight fight to" Gfardellp'a 159.
Joey had gene Into thenng tl-$
favorite, ft .marked the first ume
that Giardello bad been stopped
in eight yeirs.' The'last time he
rauea to go uie oistance was in
October of 1950 when Haroio
Green knocked him out.
iWebb seemed fresher than Gi
ardello from the very first round
and constantly scored with left
hooks and rights to his opponent's
face; Giardello, who was introauc
ed as "the uncrowned middle
weieht champion of the world."
seemed tired as he stepped out to
meet Webb at the opening bell
, , ,, ' !" V ;;
i, ,' v'" V ; ,., V: i' "'S't,,' .r:. i
I ""I l.llll.l..ir.lO
such fancy phrases as '."the mo
ment 01 truth. wmcu is when the
matador poises himself over the
horns and, prepares to slide home
the shiv, but by this time the
pun has jusr aoout "had it.
There are three phases to a
bull fight. Aesthetically these are
listed as the ''teroio de varas,
which me.ans when the picadors
ride in and gouge the bull with
iron spikes on the end of a lone
rod uch as is used in pole vault
ing the "tericio de bandenllas,"
when three daring gents jam long
painful darts into the bull's
hump and the "tercio de
muerto," which means that the
matador waits until the bull has
almost bled, to death and then ad
ministers the coup de grace.
They ignore the best phase
That's when, the bull full, of vin-
egar uasnes inio me nnir ana ev
erybody else- is safelv enscounoed
behind the wooden barrier. This
is the time "el toro" might have
a fair shot at somebody. But the
people hiding behind the bastions
aren t considered cowards."
Bull Is "Coward"
The bull is- when he lunges at
the picador aboard a horse
decked out in mattresses, and
feeling the long needle-nosed noi
jammed into him, is considered
a "coward" if he decides to back
This happened at my first bull
fight and a lovely senorita in
front of .me held hernose danti
ly and asserted "the bull is
"Well, if he' such a coward, I
suggested, why doesn't the mata
dor fight him barehanded7"
This of course isn't done. Even
tuallv when "el torn" had been
worn down to a bloody nubbin,
the matador emerged and, swirl
ing his cape majestically, showed
everybody how brave he was. He
evefl; held bis back, to the ex
hausted '.bull and 1 waved him by
in' reverse. -like ..an intoxicated
switchmancmotiomn2 a-switch en
gine, ;inlo siding' .Then he
stabbed the critter and that was
6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
svf- COtOrl 0:y
' ii ;
'':!i"" ; 'VVV t.'; i -v '' ';( :'r"b
TRY TO REPEAT- Bob Bryant, left, was the target for Bobby Lackey's fourth-period Texas
pass that upset Oklahoma. Austin rooters would like to see more; of the same in the annual
' big one with Texas A. and M.
Goodyear Tire S Rubber Co. Names new
to ....ij iiiiiwi iiiiii'ii 1 ' " Lwr-il-oiriiifiwlliiMiii mil
. AKRON. Ohio Directors of
the Goodyear Tire and Rubber
Go. meeting- here today named
E. J. Thomas, chairman? Of the
board' of directors, succeeding
P. W. Llehtfield. who becomes
Thomas continues as tne
company's executive officer.
.r. Russell De Young, executive
vice-president, succeeds Thomas
becoming the company's ninth
president.' ' '" V
P. E. H. Leroy. executive vice vice-Dresldent,
Dresldent, vice-Dresldent, has been elected
vice-chairman and continues as
the company's chief financial
Vice president Sam DuPree
moves up, from coordinator to i
' ,1, .'jj' !i",:" f ; A.. !'.
WHITE HORSE BM I
of course! !'
-: 'No other drink satisfies more than "'..'v ''''' v !vr ,,' '''Vc"
fine Scotch .... and in White Horse, "' p0:Si ;
Scotch Whisky reaches V$ M V
pure perfection, cgyid'lill1! (5
. Iwi i $&v.'ig& i
. T-r, -r-nr-irr-offnimTT out- i 1 n r ,imi , , ,11
on Thankseivins Dav. Appim nrnvpH wnrth Koatins n;
the company's general rhan-jThomas said:
agers to vice-president of pro
Richard' A. Jay. assistant' to
the president replaces DuPree. i.
DuPree was also ; named to
the company's policy committee,
Which includes Thomas, Leroy
and DeYoung and executive
vice president Victor Holt. Jr.,
In charge of sales, and vice
president and general counsel
Howard l: Hyde. : f
In announcinsr the executive
changes at a meeting today
which Included the premiere
showing of the company's 60th
anniversary historical documen
tary motion picture. "Goodyear
on the March'; Board Chairman
This past 60 years has- been
a period of terrific progress-Tor
our Nation, arid the Wofld our
own USA population has more
than doubled,. The standard of
living has,, tremendously -increased.
Ther luxuries -of years
ago iff the? possession pf ithe few
are now standard eauipment for
all. V ..J:;:v-- .v.: .,
k, "We In Goodyear have had
the" opportunity to : play i full
part In this great progress, and
make fine contributions, parti particularly
cularly particularly in the field of transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, the one development
which has had the most to do
with transforming America's
Way of life..."
COLON 'V..j!:.;Vg' l
y i .... 't
iHE PANAMA lMtICAN AN CSBEPEKDTOT DAILY
6ATCRDAY, ITOTEHBTB Vt, T95J
C L ASS IF I EDS
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
- THIS SPACE
5E IS FOR SALE O V
)N TELEPHONE 2-0740 :' 5
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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PHILLIPS Oeeansiee Cottagae
Santa Clara R. do P. De De-aane
aane De-aane J.1877 Cristobal 8-167J.
OR RENT: Modern three bed bed-raem
raem bed-raem chalet, two bedrooms,
maid's room with bath. Tal. i i-3170.
3170. i-3170. Angeli-Damonc
Pier Files Siut
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress
Pier Angeli, 26, filed for divorce
from Vic Damone yesterday
charging her singer-husband of
four years ith unspecified acts
The attractive Italian-born ac actress
tress actress will receive $500 a month
for' the support of their 3-year-old
ton, Perrv. until the boy reaches
21, according to a property set
Cement signed by Damone.
The settlement also called for
the singer to turn over 25 per
cent of his yearly gross earnings
(or $21,000, whichever is greater)
to Miss Anreli between Jan. 1
next year and Oct. 31, 1960.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama z-uoa
Exeercfciini Machine Turkish
ihe McLfvJ way Bodj Maswgc,
twth Trained operator tor ladies
ind gentlemen Get result.
t. Axosemena Ave. 13-43
Large Stock of "V"
belts at wholesale
Opposite Old Balboa Brewery
(Next to English Wharf)
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new car
No. 43 Automobile how
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
35 mm. Camera
the best buy In town
155 Central Ave.
Coiner "K" Street
1 block from Railroad Station
ONLV 2.3 Lbs.
Bilingual CLERK-TYPIST with experience
and speed must have references and recom recommendations.
mendations. recommendations. Please submit all particulars
along with photograph to P. O. Box 718,
.Priiama, R. of P.
FOR RENT: Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two bedrooms, hot water,
Campo Aleejre, phone 2-2341
FOR RENT: Brand now ona,
bedroom apartments, vary cool,
close to shops and transportation,
will furnish soma en raquast.
FOR RENT: Furnished ona bad bad-room
room bad-room apartment, $75.00. 96 Via
Porrat. Call 3-2138. Panama,
FOR RENT: A two bedroom
apartment, hot water, maid's
room. At the and of Via Argenti Argentina
na Argentina No. 75 and L Street (now 55
street) Cangraio. Call 3-6647.
FOR RENT: Riviera Apt. House.
Beautrful two-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, dining, living, kitchen,
porch, two baths, maid'i room
and garage. Call 2-4696, 8 to
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, livinqroom, bedroom, kit kitchen
chen kitchen and bath. Apply, janitor,
TI-132 4th of July Avenue.
Russia Is Alone
: WASHINGTON. (UPI)- The
Commerce Department n-nnrtA
yesterday Russia" was the onlv
major country to increase steel
output in the first nine months of
The. Henartment nHmitnJ it e
steel output totalled 59,070,000 net
tons in the first nine months of
1958 comoared tn 87 707 nnn not
tons in the comparable period of
Meantime. Russia' nrnriitrtinn
rose from 49.640,000 to 44,975,000
net tons during the same period.
Army's 1958 Reading Program In CZ
To Be Featured On CFN Radio, TV
A series of programs on CFN
radio and TV will highlight the
Department of the Army's Con
tpmnnrarv Mililaru RosMinn Pro
gram tor 1958 here in the Canal
Zone, and will feature members
of United States Army Caribbean
at many levels.
The first, scheduled forCFN's
"Panorama" nrnoram Vnv 9(5 t
55 p.m.', will offer a discussion
mt "Soviet Strategy, in the Nu
:lear Age," by Lt. Col. Arden L.
Bennett, assigned to the Panama
Canal Company; Lt. Col. Max H.
Turner, Office of the Prp
Marsha; USARCARIB; and Mdj.
Edmund Heilbronner, USARCA USARCARIB
RIB USARCARIB secretary general astaff.
Other programs to be staged by
Special Services Divsion USARCA
RIB, as an adjunct to book kits
containing 33 volumes of special
interest to armed forces person
nel and now on the shelves 'K
command, .libraries, will deal with
such- subjects as' "Limited War
and Its Problems," "Department
of Defense Reorganization,"
"Guided Missiles and Other New
Weapons" and "New A-my Com Com-ba'.
ba'. Com-ba'. Organizations." Dates and
times of these programs will be
Champion Kentucky Cagers
Don't Have Much Chance In
'59 So Rupp Plans For '60
By JOHN G. DIETRICH
LEXINGTON Kv' niwi
r. j ""th i '"'""
ms aeienamg xa Oaskeiball
ilave much phar.cn nl
making it two in a rtw th.s sea
son, but ie hs his Dlam for his
1960 an-1 bbl Kentucky teams.
With oniy sharpshooting Jnhni'y
COX Jllil sir. !):n Mills ha pi- fvnm
the "Keiitucky Fiddlers," who
overca ne all the odds tc win the
195a .NCAA Ltle at Loui;vi)le last
March, the baron of Basketball
may hive to go witu four sopho sophomores
mores sophomores cr bis starting tivc
Hupp idiots that snuic of those
sophomores, es,pecia"y a husky
6-3 youngter named Billy Kay
Lickert, are promising indeed, but
he asks plaintively, "it's general generally
ly generally conceded that those kids the
major league baseball clubs pay
$100,000 bonuses to sign contracts
are promising prospects, but how
many of them did you see in the
LEAVE YOVH AD WITH ONE Of OUtt
INTt RKIll HC PIIRIirAfimUCRNn a
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IMTtDU a I fit1 BIIBI irAriAaltC al
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FOR SALE 1953 Buick Super
A-L, excellent condition. Tires,
duty paid, call Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Rapier,
1957. Good condition. Call Ama Amador
dor Amador 2122 or 4230.
FOR SALE: 1958 Studebaker,
V8, President, 4 door, 9 pas passenger,
senger, passenger, station wagon, Albrook
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Sedan,
low mileage, good condition,
priced to sell. Phono 2-1806,
FOR SALEu 1953 Pontiac 4
d'oor. beautiful condition. All
accesories, duty paid. Best of offer.
fer. offer. Payments allowed. Phone
Balboa 4495, mornings.
FOR SALE: 1957 Tiunus
Deluxe, two-tone,- wsw tires,
radio. Excellent condition, $1250.
Call Albrook 7108.
FOR SALE: 1953 Commander
V-8 Studebaker, 4 new wsw
tires and new battery, for furth- -er
information,' call Curundu
FOR SALE: 1951. Ford, four
door. $300.00. Call 2-1859,
FOR SALE: 56, V-8 Chevrolet
4 door, sedan, standard shift, ful fully
ly fully equipped. Call Rodman 3301
after 16:00 hours..
FOR SALE: 1956 aadan 4 door
Chevrolet, radio. Vary good con condition.
dition. condition. Phone 2-3805.
FOR SALE: Leaving town, Ford
'50, duty paid, 4-door, excellent
condition. T. V. magnavox, book
case, metal desk, flower pots and
misc. Tel. 3-6578.
announced on CFN well
vance oi ine Droaacast.
Circulation of the t"r
ence books thrnnirh
m connection with the military
: ii I
reading program began late in
October, and command librarians
say that demand for the books
has been heavy. Plans also have
been made o provide the rec recommended
ommended recommended reading matter to those
stationed--throughout Central and
South America with Inter-Ameri
can Geodetic Survey projects or
Military Missions. Officers on du
ty in areas wher library service
is not available may arrange
at Fort Clayton to borrow any of
the books. .-, ; 4
Department' of the ,Army insti instituted
tuted instituted the plan1 world-wide 'to en
courage thd reading of current;
informative and thought-provoking
material on military "science and
related subjects, In announcing im implementation
plementation implementation of the- program here,
Lt. Col. W. B. Butters, command
Special Services chief, stated thai
while the program primarily is
directed toward officers, all mhi
tary and civilian personnel are
encouraged to draw the books
irom tneir nearest libraries
The Kentucky coach instead put
U ?e finger on such teams as West
Hu,.-.a. Kansas and
. West Virginia not only has
just about everybody back from
that fine team last year, but we
near they Yed-shirted a couple
i "ujb jui s gooa, itupp said
Ulw DCUel V AIMIKV m LULUir UIIlLaU lSU aUM AHlOBaT UDU1UV JIB. leLZU. i
a JUBl as gOOO, AUpp Salfl aillicu rat'
Cincinnati well you know es ln the Cana' onc' Pannia Ca Ca-are
are Ca-are going to be awfully nVC- emPloye -1 fct, ev
tney are going to be awfully
rough behind Oscar Robertson.",
Th f..i i ' I
"they tell me Kansas. State u
ic v.uiij( i ui rnann uront, an
loaded again, with Bob Boozer
back, and if vou want M J
-t i. I
inn I k!-1. V """
if urna urith hfM
Asked tn evnuin m,i. .i.i:.-
theory, RUPp 7aid. ''welt
Wilt was thre. ho w it
.outstanding they had to Play to
him. As a result. virvrt,inct
volved around the big boy and
otner teams foimH w.v.
..1, I .. "J W UCB1
With the Situation. Now Von..
wm De ,i
be free to olav ,.i t
Ruoo wan- i,...-
ion, i imnic Kansas will be touch- i. ." UIU v'rL, "'Jiu" "'Jiu"-r
r "'Jiu"-r without Wilt Chamberlain than I Par.ticiPants must be m the .CFN
it ,o. ...uu .. mDerlaln t"811 Studios at Fort Clavton not late
own a Whe. -, ms CFN's CFN's radio-television pro pro-wZ2
wZ2 pro-wZ2 h.?rn..5i"c.!- ducer: is the "O'd -Hometowner,"
where he said a veteran Missii-
oivi'v Biaie lp a m nmir i,a,,m
r i u.u,.ii r"i.:r ,.."vT
bunch to beat
ituweii looxea iiko the i
d UrieL:?. L.r, to
ana experience' Run
we can't do that this season,
adding Notre Dam, Navy,
tv, ...( j ii .
nln4 Just do" against that
kind of comnetitinn witih
mores.' but thev mioht
along pretty good by the end of
ito season, u we don t have trou
ble with injuries or ineligibility.1
"y A '. 1. 4....
AGENTS OK tMJB OFFICES! At 1MI "H
Dl... Mil vaiwwv 1
lUaTMTB aTlaV -ariYTK nWWWnnm .Atp 1J
f m. t a b A atrakil w A
FOR SALE: Must cell entire
household goods, cheap. Reason Reasonable
able Reasonable price. For information, Bal-..
boa 4.495, mornings.
FOR SALE; Large dfropleaf
table, metal dressers, wooden Hi Hi-boy
boy Hi-boy 5 p.e. chrome dinnerte sat,
quatermaster beds with and with without
out without mattress, phone Balboa 2 2-372.
372. 2-372. FOR SALI-Talavision Capekart,
21 inch acraan. Polaraid safaty
glass. 3 spaakars. New pictura
tuba. BlosJ cabinet with wrought
iron cart. Antanna. Panama 1 1-6291
6291 1-6291 for appointment and aV
FOR SALE: ,mboo aiHlni
room sat, four chairs, foot atool, -two
tabloa, floor lamp, two groan
ruga 9"xl2. Tal. 4-1175. Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. OR SALE: Babae-Tenda worlj
famous safety tabla with cushion cushioned
ed cushioned seat, plash's bib. Now in orl orl--
- orl-- ,",.erhi.'W.aal Christmas gift
a!t!nnny "Mint high-chair.
$50,00. toiaphono, S-4921.
By VICTOR M. CAREVV
Cerveza Balboa eat nff tn
good start last night as Winston
Brown limited the hishiv
Kings to four blows in a 6-to-l
Brown had difficulty with his
control in the early innings. This
Was CaU&ed bV A IS-mirmta
, " 0 MM-ves WAR J
in starting the, game after ha had
warmed up,7,m.i auperb job taint tainted
ed tainted the return ? th la
Clartn wit hit ci:Htt u.
beginning. Clyde Parris' long hom
ir: T tv -ecjjies aou-
er m ten, na at weepies dou
ci-liSW0M inning were the
hlnurn that j .
" ""iicuicvaDie souinpaw.
- ,r-vvf. sc 'nit 'nit-ting
ting 'nit-ting demonstration also collected
- uuuoie ana ja,pa suigles- to
at .J...l-t. Jt .
' 'm iour-ior-:our night.
Reinaldo GrenaM nA wn.tnn
Brown each contributed a double
" I IUMU1I
apiece to complete the total of
extra Dase blows earnmH ntf
Parris handled himself at third
in masterM fashions; David.
Roberts seems to have AavinnA
into quite an accomplished first-
uaseman, juper over the shoul shoulder
der shoulder grab of Granville Gladstone's
bid for a Tpvo igm,.. jn u.
- in cue
third and Grenald's grab of the
rungs' left fielder. Ken Hunt'
long smash to deep left in t thebase patns
Empire State, Elmira To Featured
Next On CFN's Home Town, U.S.A.'
The Empire State, New York,
and the city of Elmira will be the
subjects of CFN TV's "Home
Town, USA." program on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m.
On this fourth program of th
series, which eventually will cov cover
er cover 14 Of the United State it it
exDecteri that n 1
nome town folks will face the tew
evision cameras to tell about their
state and the city of Elmira.
All residents of the state and
city are invited to appear on tho
program, which will be filmed
as it is televised and flown back
to New York for possible show showings
ings showings on television stations there.
MAmWi nt ,11 tit nMM-J f
hA frrtm Maw Vrlr
j j vuuu niiv 1 1 W
be from New York or Elmira.
a" ava wi mjluiu a
my .?PP?ar on the program es
peSLMy famiu with chili
Those interested in being
Dena IV lamilt U;lth rhilriron
o.m p.m. on me
on the telecast
date., This is necessary
,i ims is necessarv in nrner
that the nrndimep ran intervioui
oems ana lei
the participants before the show
let tnem Know tne
. "B .'"
The "Home Town. U.S.A." or
5" ieri OI,. mmo
irorce ease, proviaes 1 music
I"!?. .pro8m. -m Fattlson,
During the first three shows of
r ... .... .
e series, many resiaents oi
- ,,i. xt.... hi .. j n.u.
I A ,. A, . j. .
. m p-zt?.
ma met eaco otner lor me iirst
tneir nonnr at tne rort Knnnn
Service Club. On next Wednesday
night, immediately following the
telecast. Mrs..Dorns Caldwell, dt
irecior. oi mo ciuo, again wiu
hot P"y W New Yorkers
rector of the club, again will
ana especiauy inose now in ine
rnnl zone from Rlmlra
"Home Town; U.S.A." sopeari
on both CFN radio and TV and
is produced by the CFN
" aoifaaa Sfisjip
r AN AM A UBHEW A MECIADOT Street No. B
... aw ir a inneM mtrv inaaa aV o
r D V ir sT aTa. tMAU Ma A W iRMAfl
HEAR YE HEAR YE
Maks somaono happy this X'mas
with a hearing aid to haar the
joyous sounds of Yoaflotldo. All
typo, aim tr shapts at Crawford
Agancloa. .' s-v
FOR SALE: Playpan, bathinatta
and daluxo baby carriaga. Chi Chi-nasa
nasa Chi-nasa dash. Call Balboa 4191.
Wo hava raeaivad a now ahip ahip-mant
mant ahip-mant of porforatad hardboard or
packboardf-with its corrasponding
accesories. Thousands of uses In
home, shop or office. Visit AL AL-MACENES
MACENES AL-MACENES MARTINZ, S.A.. A A-venida
venida A-venida Eloy Alfaro No. 11-159.
FOR SALE: General Electric
24" TV, tabla model, perfect
condition. Phone Balboa 2-3173.
FOR SALE For office or home
Swedish living room sot consist,
ing of two sofas and one chair.
Perfect condition, Tel. No. 4-"
FOR SALE: Lionel O gaga elec electric
tric electric train, 2 engines, 13 cars, 41
track, 2 switches, signals, station,
mounting-board, and transform transformer,
er, transformer, in good condition, $60.00,
Apt, 0263-A. Gamboa, phono
Jw" feature plays of
Due to the extremely wet con con-diton
diton con-diton of the mitficiH .... u.
tieluers were severely nanuicfippd
in rhoiP tinlr U..aN r ...
uw uui carry bnetrone,
centemeider lor the Beermen
es seem tO be everv hit n.
as we have hoavA
, was. tie is
umiiciy very last man. Nat
"taea, aireaay tea known lor
hia great speed, demonstrated that
ne m sun as last as betore.V Mat
uuax&ri up we season's first fogi fogi-en
en fogi-en base quit easily despite the
heavy going. His presence on the
bases will be a werrisome prob problem
lem problem to ODDosinsr nitohara ..
"'' l '"a--m f it-
Manager Leon Kellman'a eonfi.
aeace in .Brown paid off hand handsomely.
somely. handsomely. Kellmaa went aiong with
tho. fireballer despite his ahaicy
wu m m uie iu-st two innings,
, y.kviiiuj Bel VT
him through. Several of his eight
wul jjiuwn oiiiTpn aniTitinM
auueouw came aurmg critical sil-
righthander is expected to have
ms oesi season this year.
Attendanra fall ntt .i.li
. av uigm
because of a heavy shower ear earlier
lier earlier in the dav unit th yw,-n....i
threat of more rain an hour, or
so Defore game time. This game
was more thrilling than the onen-
er, mainly because of the lusty
IPeeples fancy running alone the
The programs were arranged
through the cooperation of the
Chambers of Commerce in the
states and cities spotlighted.- The
shows are planned to allow res
dents of the states balk home
town folks how their native sons
and daughters aire getting along
in the Canal Zone, and s o m e e-thing
thing e-thing about the Canal Zone itself.
Elmira, is located on the Che Chemung
mung Chemung River, about 62 miles west
of Binghampton. It has a p-mla
tion of more than 85,000 ind I ac active
tive active in coal shipping, dauying-,
manufacturing of business ma!
chines, firefightng apparatus and
chemicals and fabricated streel.
It is the site of Elmira College College-one
one College-one of the first in the U.SV" to
grant degrees to women. It Ta at.
i ,home and burial place of
Members of the military ap appearing
pearing appearing on the program have
been requested by the show's pro producer
ducer producer to wear Mniform and tie
for the program. This will more
readily identify the nrncrr.m
being a message from the armed
lurcea io me nome town.
Lessons On Islam
Starting tomorrow, the Baha'is
of the Canal Zone will commence
a series of six lessons on Islam
The informal discussions will be
held at 10 a.m. each Sunday in
the Community Building in Curun Curundu.
du. Curundu. ; ..
ANKARA riTPl) TnrVe t.
recognised the new military "gov
ernment of the SuHkn It an:
nounced yesterday. Previous: the
lUhited Arab Republics, Britain
Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Ethiop Ethiopia
ia Ethiopia had extended formal recogni
tion tn the government, nf Premie
ihrahim AhhmiH. In K h a .1 a tn
after his coup. Monday f ;i ?
r ARMACliV IXM-
A MTilanfl 1 TMinALIatA rMMl Aa
- siUM Axmmreni Aitjt ana Bl.
FOR SALE: Lota 500 and 1.000
meters, In the Nuevo Hiaodresne
Urhanisation, across the Rome
Racetrack. All lets with street
fronts, sewaia, water mala and
electricity. Call W. McBamett.
Tel. 3567;. ,-
FOR SALEBaaiififul fsrm "U
Marcala" in Carre Anil, 30,000
equara mater,, with fruit trees,
completely furnished chalet, two
hadrooms, lirinf room, dining
room, kitchen and services. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent climate. Sea hyf hone 3-
3167. '1'-''-V; -' v.,-.
FOR- SALE: House, 2 fleer,
'arte spae well -ventilated, con.
trally located. loV prided, Con.
tart Panama.-1-2330, 91 St.
EsteNe. 49, San Francisco.
HOUSE ON A HILL: Recently
puilr. emphasixas comfort and
perfect ventilation. Secluded lo location,
cation, location, no neighbors, private road
within city limits. Call 3-7493
FOR SALE.wl95t B.S.A. 6olf
Star 500 ,e.; $325.00. See or
call Brooks Claxton. Tel. Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3493.
To US Businessmen
WASHINOTOl (OTl-T1i, U.S.
Cham her nf Cnm
nations businessmen yesterday it
would be a "serious mistake" for
mem to assume that the heavily heavily-Democratiq
Democratiq heavily-Democratiq new Congress will
ignore their problems.
The hamhef alio said : business businessmen
men businessmen should, not assume in A
Vance that ''labor's support of a
winning candidate makes him hos-
tile do"; the busineaaman'a intei.
ets. :-: : r. ..;
'ThereVis -no Vasif for; oejieving
mat iu me conservative, fr
mars;eieconomy v minded mm
Lin Ori: Bolitieal narfv the rhaw.
political Darty." the tha?
. .w.v .1.
' omm in us weeKi; newieiier,
with DemOcratiCj m'aJorifle; Jn,
the House and Senat, the cham chamber
ber chamber said, there is r no reason to
feel the problems of businessmen
"will be of afly lesi concern to
the new Congress than to the past
one." 4 : ;.: .'
Next -"year'. House s lineup-; wffl
include f. 582 dmocrats fed 153
Republicans. Th SenayWiU" be
made' nn Of P.2 nemnnrafa- anrl 91
The Chamber -"pep- talk" said
"this generatioiiij has. een. Con
gresses with far "greater partisan
majorities than, the-new one will
1 ti .. M. ale.
nave.v ii pomtea io "ivew ueai
Congresses when the' Democrat
yvoacaomt even gixaier bubukui
"P" T0DAY "j 0e.' 3DC ;
If I, 7.00 -(.' TOMORROW I
- ATTRA CTI 0 M.I,-'. S.
OF SPECTACLE... )
Jfe MOTION PICTURES! K- VJ
' The Mrtoal Lavish and Spectacular avx
l' 'i y
1 TECHNIRAMA ii-iV--ih,S;' Thelco-fcapisodl'jorde VV I'
1 ',,''AndMsenleont'"4. -iff X ''' A V'- Norway And. ; X I,
N TECHNICOLOR'! f J j
,,v,Ak,,v.w,J JONIGHTc $ MIDNIGHT, SHOW!
! 7100 ll BRODER1CK CRAWFORD In fe
i t-J i-
f eff Englisli and Spaniss) tcoas
tmukU f?.aa)steia)eijeii,gtate- ?j
salary, erevHin exparianca,' aaao
V- oto, Cia MSA Bos IS7. Fanem iT ' v
,' R.Fv i4'-ft- tea"'-Vj4 HVi; ..' -Lanje U.S. .Overseas eompasty ftp '. -vi
young aggressive export sales-
Miscellaneous; ttttt&SftZS. :
1 1 Carman desirable. University
DRAWER A"NDMjS''' itSt
PHONE BALBOA 70 Opening for Januar. Write f
Trad, .n. man's Enpllsh bvclcl. : fanani,.
28" for poy'o 24? English hi. I . . .' 11 1
cycle Smith, Cristobal 3-1233 er I ?'CCDVIe"'C'C
Gatna 5-504, t , ; OtKYlLtj
1 . 'J 1 1 . 1 11 pretead te giiaranree
Amerlcaa famil, desires Tpff.r pWi5S,?"B
employment for positions pf cook iH?l"BHi; f?f"TS
and maid for .exceptionally well- CRAYiF?R? A"NCI1
qualified Mites Call F.n.m. !I'W2M
3-6691 between I and I p.m t Tivelf Avenue Ne.1t-20
for informatipn. Wednesday' Lampshadest Ra-epvarad. Call
through Saturday only. v 10-152 for p Su
' i I ,:.HatP. A,,-" -..j-:. .'L;' '
Wan fed Position soukezrd out
TVUIIieU rUblTIOn CHICAGa (WI) Frank
' Patterson, -told;. FBI agents he
Reliable maid .k. 'employ-' mI'"
ment. Good cook and l.undran, Sfti?,B lm- iidACh
will take car. pf the home and f"f & v"1
live' in Can Cain Man gainst making t- break after
i.ro in. CaH Colon 1480., crawUn -bala7 through the
t. mat'i barsf of his cell window but be be-0Ci
0Ci be-0Ci T9T-.ITLSW came stuck and couldn't squeezt
LOS ANGELES ruPl) Actor back in. Sohe squeezed out.
Steve McQueen, a Jormer race .' 1 1
driver, was acquitted yesterday LUCKY BULL v
driving, his speedy sports car "too TAMPA, Fk. (UPI-The City
slow on the Hollywood, freeway. Cimxvak approved a circus plan to
He explained he jeould o,nly gb39 stage a bullfight here Jan. 8
miles an hour beofuse Opt engine when the circus promised the bull
trouble. If ; would not be harmed.
First 18 Of 36-lIole Final
Tn Dunlop Golf Tournament
.Tn the firet IS. hn!e tJ Sff.hnle
final -.At1nl vnaflkn''tie1Q"La..Tlln.'
ioD Golf ChamDiorJshJD''noW bod
ing played at the Panama Golf
uiuo, uoraon uauon, jso aeienov
ing champion, .staved otf the at-
1,;i !i"''Kw, w?s 7Z r
f K wo
tn fair hie tf-nwn .aivov
vfPh f.rot 1ft )ia1a Mia Tnotrli
i J4JMJ tzru jl u ui sua j mwijiuvu si v jr. es-
nam found Dalton and Kade all
even alter tne istn,. jiecause, of
the difference in handicaps, Kade
receives a stroke on each 18
holes,; but he was unable to prof profit
it profit hv the advantage ThureHav
birdie Dutt.u. shot an Mifallv ,rntl
birdie putts,, sflot; ;jf equally n
impressive 80 over the ram-soak
ed Panama course. ;
I Both players took to -the Juh
Panama fairways this morning at
10 a.m. to play the final 18 holes
-fnr the 1 (Kft ftfiifl.in ntAnchi n
xne,i tmauatt, in tne 71, e y n 4
rugnt ot tne men's piay, Ean;;je:r-
danque and Vallarino, Jr
ANTta.BiHt uaT irSCNtsrlM
wita seorthand. Servwiae y Colo-
. cacione. tamers do Comercit
All Even After
and Sunday,. jhymg J holes
tely.,:WllV .'PiHannne aemievejl
SOin' rlWh-JJTJaim when he d.
feated both Mike Maduro, medal-
1st in ine second night, and young i
Leo; Dhlinger, one of ti cluS
finest junior .golfers. I J
Vallarino- has been pitying mat
food practice rounds lately, and
idanque't. recent tourney scores
SUeeeSt k' tUtum tnanrh hetmaee
these 'two second-flight playeri. j
. Louis Joner, who played through :
me women's flight to ultimata
irirtnrv avat Mm Hr.aivlJ 1-
I. j ; 4ua, juaiiMiaiu, is
now the 195Women's Tunlot
Lhammrm. : Tirene Rnhi nun Mu
1957 champion, recently left the
l aoaionfxo.rit W th v.- uv. ...
Usgnmeniit; in the Far East, ant
was -unable to compete in the
1958 Dunlop tournament.
The 5iwardi for th 1958 eham eham-pione,
pione, eham-pione, -itoaiers-up and medalists
in the men's and IsHiea fliiAn
wifl 'efpreietited next wek-enc
by;jonn, Mayles, Manager, of Doe!
Agencies, Sponsors of the populai
annual ;Jnlop Golf Tourney.
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Today's tV Program
10:30 Silent Service
7:00, Derail Dy. JlpV H-37 11:00 CFN NEWS.
7:30 I've ool A secret
Football Scoree (t end
11:15 Encore: Climax.
1:00 Town Hill Party
Courtesy of AeroTlas Panama Alnwae : v
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Ike Orders All Departments? Agencies
To Mace Effort To Cut 1$ 60 Budgets
AUGUSTA, Ca., Nov. 22 (UP1) The White House disclosed today that President Eisenhower has. ordered ajl
departments and agencies to make an intensive" effort to c ut their 1960 budgets in line with his campaign for sub substantially
stantially substantially reduced federal spending. ., : "'''tr
The chief executive has sent a memorandum to each department and agency head,' calling on' them to. 't'live
with" revisions of their budgets for the next fiscal year as sent back to them by Budget Direitor Maurice F, Stans.
Press secretary James C. Hagerty said the big Defe nse Department budget remains to: fee settled. 'Secretary
of Defense Neil H. McElroy and Stans may fJy ; to August a next week to: talk over the .1960 budg'et with'the.'vaca'
tioning chief executive. -r , r
The President's interdepart interdepartmental
mental interdepartmental memo was signed and
distributed Thursday just before
he llew south for a golfing va vacation
cation vacation that will extend through
the Thanksgiving weekend.
Hagerty said the memo In Informed
formed Informed the department chiefs
that Stans was reviewing their
1960 budgets and they shortly
would receive from the Budget
Bureau new and reduced
spending plans for the coming
fiscal year which begins July 1.
"He requested all department
and Agency heads to live within
those figures received from the
budget bureau unless (in their
opinion) they thought those fig figures
ures figures would impair the security
and welfare of the United
States," Hagerty told reporters,
- after receiving press inquiries
about the memoranda.
The press secretary did not
want to be drawn into a discus discussion
sion discussion of details, but he made it
plain that the Budget Bureau
revisions, involved widespread
reductions in original budget es estimates.
timates. estimates. The Budget Bureau
customarily pares the depart departmental
mental departmental reauests, but Hagerty
said the effort in this direction
this year represented "a more
Intensive budget-cutting drive
While Haertty declined to
say so specifically, the Eisen Eisen-j
j Eisen-j hower administration has been
attempting to devise' a hew
budget itbat "will renresent an
appreciable reduction In ex expenditures
penditures expenditures of $79,200,000,000
estimated for the current fis fiscal
cal fiscal year. .v ;.'
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ONE DOC HAS HIS DAY "Flash" was a sightless grey greyhound
hound greyhound wandering the streets of Southampton, England, when
Mrs. George-Corbin found him.- She trained her terrier
"Peggy" to be a guide dog for the unfortunate greyhound and
reports that neither dog has any difficulty in getting around.
Above, on a shopping trip, "Peggy" leads "Flash" across a
street as Mrs. Corbin follows.
Apparently the Defense De-
partment budget is the key to
the economy drive and with unsettled-conditions
overseas, em embodied
bodied embodied at present' by the new
Berlin crisis, the Defense budget
Ingram To Present
First Concert Here
In Last 5 Years
After an absence of three
years, the celebrated Panaman Panamanian
ian Panamanian pianist Jaime Ingram, will
giv a concert next Wednesday
witH the nation's Symphony Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra under the baton of Her Herbert
bert Herbert De Castro, at the National
This is the fifth concert of the
season In the first part, is Ce Cesar
sar Cesar Franck's "Symphony in D
In the second nart of the pro program,
gram, program, Ineram will play the Bee Beethoven
thoven Beethoven famous "Concerto No. 5
(The Emperor) in E Flat Major."
This concerto is one of the most
beautiful and brilliant of Bee Beethoven
thoven Beethoven productions. It was ded dedicated
icated dedicated to Archduke Rudoloh of
Austria, and -was played for the
first time In TS0!),
Ingram has already an excel excellent
lent excellent .record and has oerformed
in reputed musical centers. He
has ;3ust,i returned from a suc suc-cesM;tour
cesM;tour suc-cesM;tour through Bra31. Pe Peru.
ru. Peru. Colombia .and Venezuela.
Tickets may be reserved at the
Department of Fine Arts, tele telephone
phone telephone 2-6258.
PMCES: 0.75 0.40
1:30, 3:05, 5:00, 7:00, 9:10 p.m.
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will be the last to be completed.
The overall; budget a massive
document, must be completed
sometime late next month in
order to reach government
printers in time for submission
to congress in January.
Eisenhower was in his office
at 7:49 a.m. today, working on
official papers flown to him
from Washington during the
night. He received new reports
on the Berlin situation from the
State Department and his owh
staff in Washington, but the
White House had no new com
Pope's Brief Visil
To Canal Gondolfo
CSTEL '. GANDOLFO, Italy
(Ui)-Pope John XXIII left -the
Vatican today for the hrst time
since his e.ection to visit the papal
summer residence where his prea-
recessor died r.s: month.
Crowds lined the highway along
the 13-mil route between the Vat Vatican
ican Vatican and this village in the Alban
Hills. They knet by the roadside
or cheered as the Pontiff rode by
in his g ass-topped black Cadillac
The Pontiff changed his 4tiner
ary to pass through the nearby
town of Albano before driviagiinto
Castel Gandolfo to the cheers of
Us 5,000 residents.
He was greeted by Mayor Mar
cello Costa and Nicola Cardinal
Canaii. Then he entered the 17th
Century Vilia and proceeded t& the
small whi e painted bedroom
where Pope Pius XII died Oct. 9.
He knelt by the sid of the
simple iron-posted bed and recited
the prayer "De Profundis."
"Out of the depths I cry unto
Thee, O Lord. Lord ear my
A few minutes later he ap appeared
peared appeared on the ba'cony to bless aad
address, a crOwd of several thou
sand massed in the square below.
' Then the Pontiff, a rotund figure
in white earments with a red cape
to protect him from the chi'l wind,
raised his hands in benediction.
During his brief appearance, the
Pope put his hand to his whi e
white skull cap to keep it from
After the address, the Pontiff
continued his inspection of the
anostolic nalace and took a brief
walk through the gardens before
returning to the Vatican.
Bids To Be Opened
Dec. 1 For Paint
Job At Balboa
Plans and specifications lor the
painting of the, roof of the rigger
snop, at Batooai nave, oeen issueu,
and bids will he opened Dec. 1, ac
cording to' an announcement by
the engineering and construction
director. ; 1
The workf in general, consists of
cleaning the roof by wire brush brushing
ing brushing replacing defective roof sheets,
sealing all bolt heads, and apply'
ing one coat of APM roof dressing
to entire roof area including mo
Copies of bid schedules and spe
cifications may be obtained in the
office of the designing engineer;
Balboa Heights. No deposit is re required.
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' HOT ROD One ehd of the threquarter,-lnch atel bar seen 5
1 ihovt wii hpert 10 2.130 tirfirees in 14 seconds, yet the other
' remained cool. Speed of heating in the high frequency eled-
l trie inductor cou is tne answer.
I the 50,000 visitors to the annual Metal Show Hsged by the
j 1 LAwertcao Society for Metals in Clev eland, Ohio, f ' y.'.
urm uviituiHiian tiuwi
During the mornfne the Pres
ident also sent a congratulatory
telegram to former Vice Presi
dent John Nance Garner who is
observing his 90th birthday to
day at hia home in Uvalde, Tex
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Elsenhower planned to play
eolf later in the day as the tem
perature climbed again into the
seventies with the skies clear
and sunny. i
a cionmv atmoRnhere Prevail
ed at the Eisenhower vacation
headquarters because of the
,DEARVSIR;,-t eosts about
two dollars ior every letter that
igoea out of an office, according!
to a Review of cost analyses in
!Variius firma made by North-1
western National Life Insuri
ance Co. Biggest item is the in in-dispenaapl6i
dispenaapl6i in-dispenaapl6i secretary. Her cost,,
Shown above, is based on ani
overage i&f' 25 teO letters a
day, with coffee breaks and
etceteras figured in.- Less im important1
portant1 important1 items, including the
feoss, come next to order, j
NO DULL MOMENTS A
busy guy is George Nader,
mOvie actor turned TV star. As
famed sleuth Ellery Queen on
NBC's Show of that name, he's
the only v actor in TV with a
weekly one-hour live show.
Everv Friday mortiing he re-
i hearses with that day's cast
and in the afternoon with the
, following week's cast. The "Iron
Man" says he loves It.
Joyce rresi.cy snuw now w
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Privileged v Treatment Idea
Provokes USrazil iClash
WASHINGTON, NoV 22 (UPI-
urazil ana the United states
have clashed over whether this
country should declare a new pol
icy of "privileged treatment" to toward
ward toward Latin America, diplomatic
sources disclosed today.
They "said a sharp exchanse
took place at a closed door meet
ing yesterday ot the "Commit ee
of 21" between ..Brazilian delegate
Augusto Fedenco Schmidt and U.
S. Assistant. Secretary of State
Thomas C. Mann. ;
Schmidt insisted that the .Unit
ed States ought to spell out a
new pohcy of privileged treatment
for the neighbor republics..
Schmidt "was i said to have ar argued
gued argued this had to be done before
the committee embarked on its
task of finding concrete solutions
to Latin America's plight of un
But Mann countered by propos
ing that the best way of attack
ing the prob'em was to start im
mediate consideration Of such a
specific idea as the establish'
ment of a new regional develop development
ment development financing agency.
bchmidt was quoted as declar-
Local 900 Charters
Local 900, AFSCME, AFL-CIO,
Chartered the first chapter in its
new-organization structure last
Tuesday, when the officers ot the
organizing committee of' the; Ac
The local's new structure con
templates the organization of us
membership into chapters accord according
ing according to the dision of their era
ploy ment. "? '
The chartering of the Account Accounting
ing Accounting Division chapter was held at
union, headquarters in Ancon and
was highlighted by a brief sum
mairy on. labor activities by inter international
national international representative William H.
The officers were introduced by
Reginald CaUender who acted for
the director of the Pacific region
Repert Phillips. r
Harold Williams local legislative
representative, administered the
"oath of 'membershiD'5. to all
members present and the "oath of
office to the officers of the orga
nizing committee. .. ;
' The Accounting Division chapter,
which is the first division chap
ter to become affiiated wth Lo
cal 9Q0, AJSCME, is -expected to
be followed soon by the Gorgas
Hospital, Administrative Brancli,
Personnel. Bureau and Fire Divi Division
sion Division chapters.
Officers of the Accounting Divi
sion chapter organizing committee
Philip Walker, chairman; Ru Rudolph.
dolph. Rudolph. Mitchell, vice chairman;
May Adonic a, secretary ; Herm an
Bayne." treasurer; Norma Xoxili,
asst secretary-treasurer ; Stanley
Campbell, Cros Payne and Ed
mund Joseph, trustee!, ;
wwo in new ccirs still
tometrom the bock seot. f
1:22, 2:56, 4:56.
6:56, 9:00 p.m.
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ing that il the eommittee did not
firsts spell out a new policy n
would "frustrate"- the spirit of
expectation treated in Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica by President Juscelino Ku-
oitscners broad program to com combat
bat combat proverty..
It J was- Jhe Brazilian leader's
plan; known "as -"Operation Pan
America," that resulted pf the
establishment .of; the high-.evel
committee under -the auspices -of
the Organization of American
States (OAS), u v
For Aussies Sends
5 Million To Polls
.' SYDNEY, Australia, Nov. 221
(UPI Australian voters went
to the 'polls today, to determine
composition of, the new Parlia Parliament
ment Parliament and decide whether to re return
turn return to power the Liberal-Country
Party coalition i jieaded, by
Robert O. Menzles,
Voting was compulsory for 5, 5,-410,89
410,89 5,-410,89 J men, and women who
were eligible to cast ballots. Tail,
ure to vote between the 8 a.m. a.m.-8
8 a.m.-8 p rri. period was punishable by
imposition of $5 fines.
At stake were 124 seats In the
House of Representatives and 32
seats in the Senate.
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House members were elected
f or three years, Senators for gU
Normally, only half of the Sen
a tors would come up for reelec
tlon. But there were 32 seats in
stead of 30 to be filled this year
' because of two vacancies. -j
The Menzles erovernment' con
trolled 75 seatj- in the old House.
The Liberals held. 87 and the
Country Party'18. The Laborites
controlled 49 seats.
The government was confident
of victory although predictions
were common that It would re receive
ceive receive a smaller majority in the
House of Representatives.
Bids For Fencing
Opening Dec. 5
Bids are being accepted by the
Panama Canal ; Company for re
placing cyclone fencing In the
Cristobar pier area, according to
an announcement by the engineer engineering
ing engineering and construction bureau.
The work, in general, consists of
removing approximately 3,160 feet
6f the old fence and the construc construction
tion construction of a new 8-feet high chain link
fence, Bids ere being requested
for both steel fencing and alumi aluminum,
num, aluminum, fencing,
, Plans and specifications were is issued
sued issued November 14 and it planned
to open bids, DecemBer 5. Conies
of bid schedules and specifications
may be obtained in the office of the
Designing Engineer; Balboa
SUNDAY, NOV. 23
1:35 a.m. : 7:84 a.m.
2:04 p.m. 8J07 p.m.
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presentation of the Sensational
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SCIENTIFICALLY, ARTlSTIC-Besembling the Trylon-and
Penspheire,' symbols of the 1939 New York World's Fair, A
Jupiter-C missile; and a plastic-domed radar unit- team up at
.special display in 'Washington, D.C. Jupjtef-C Is the rOcket
that put the- first V.S satellite in orbit The dome houses
USne rrescanar, frequency
' RADICAL RADISH This young fierman glrf gazes to' awe at
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cot namuurj, iae iuii was
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are pleasedQ inform our tlifijits tnatfroni tnatfroni-TODAY,
TODAY, tnatfroni-TODAY, we begin to give 'away ofie boic-pf
fice ol ihe Central Theatre itn tickets loVthe' ral-
fiea of thVbcsf HigHFideiityWith eaclv ticket that
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