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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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Classification:
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CPN Delegates
Meet To Select
'60 Candidates
Delegates of Mm National Pa Patriotic
triotic Patriotic Coalition (CPN) today
laid tho (roundworm for tho no nomination
mination nomination of the party's presiden.
Hal and vieo presidential can can-didatoa
didatoa can-didatoa for tho I960 elections.
The CPN convention got under
way about midmorning with the
election of Assemblyman Pablo 0 0-thon
thon 0-thon as chairman, former First
Lady Mrs. Cecilia Remon, first
vice president and William Jump
second vice president.
In addition to the CPN dele delegates
gates delegates attending the convention as
special guests were representa representatives
tives representatives of several opposition groups.
Thir convention recossod at
noon and resumed during the
arty afternoon for a session at
Which former President Ricar Ricar-do
do Ricar-do M. Arias, of Panama's am ambassador
bassador ambassador to the U.S. is expected
to be nominated as the partys
presidential candidate.
Arias' running mates are ex expected
pected expected to be Heraclio Barletta,
as first vice presidentfal candi candidate,
date, candidate, and Alberto Boyd, second
Vice president.
Following the presidential no nominations,
minations, nominations, the convention will ad adjourn
journ adjourn with a parade along Central
AVenue up to Cathedral Plaza.
Newsman, Judge
On The Vagon After

Spree For Science
rnrMIftN 111. ( UP IV-A so

. eial-drinkms judge went to the

y wagon today while his tomaeii t .bar0Tnettic.Jfessureg, jheea;.
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"I'm not going 'to 00 uus
again not even, in th interest of
science," Justice of the Peace
Robert Brown moaned at the
height of Ms binge in a Univers University
ity University of IHifcoii laboratory here...
Brown, 42, joined newspaper newspaperman
man newspaperman Harold Stalner, 29, and law
ttuden ja-mes Strait In a test
alcohol it takes to make a man
a dangerous driver.
The experiment, which attract attracted
ed attracted scores of volunteer applicants,
was conducted before a group of
JP's and judges here for a traf traffic
fic traffic court conference.
During the 45-minute test, Stain Stain-er
er Stain-er tossed off six cans of beer and
Struif, a semi-teetotaller, downed
five one-ounce shots of 100 proof
whisky. Both got giddy but stayed
vertical. ,
Brown did the best and fred
the worst. ......
The Lake Zurich, TU.t jurist,
who said he tfikes only a f e w
drinks a year,, drank 8 1-2 shots
of whiskey in .45 minutes and got
lick.
While his fellow guinea pigs
went through a battery of tests.
Brown repaired to a couch where
he moaned for two hours.
He finally arose and took tests
which showed he made 160 per
cent more errors than before
drinking. Stainer's errors in increased
creased increased by 166 per cent and
Struif made 275 per cent more
mistakes.
It all proved, said Dr. Robert
Bordenstein, who ran the tests,
that just a little drinking can
cause a lot of errors.
Senate, House May
Measure For Higher
WASHINGTON (UPI) A Sen Sen-ate.House
ate.House Sen-ate.House deadlock threatened to today
day today to torpedo congressional plans
to authorize1-, higher, interest rates
on government sayings bonds.
The bill, which earlier seemed
lire of being enacted before Con Con-gress
gress Con-gress adjourns, was stalemated
in a Senate-House conference com com-mittee.
mittee. com-mittee. Negotiators assigned' to
Iron out differences be t ween
measures passed by the Senate
and House have refused to yield
an inch.
Speaker Sam Rayburn (D-Ttx.)
aid he was not too hopeful of
agreement. But the negotiators
wtre under strong pressure to
tompromise.; Final approval of
the legislation would., clear the
war for the Treasury to pay
higher! Interest on government
series E and, H bonds., including
those owned by" an estimated. 40
million Americans. 1 '
;TUe. Senate. douse deadlock
ejuised .growing concern, among
Demucrals who. triumphed ,yestr
day for the first time wr-M'BI'
senhower- veto?
Congress overrode the President'-
veto a- k$U183,30,W3
public work- appropriation 'bill
larrying fundi -for several hu-

Paraiso Foundations Tremble
In Big Blast Widening Cut
This was Bir Blast Day at the cut-wideninr site on the

west bank of the Canal.
At the Miraflores end of the work area Merritt-Chapman
Scott technicians have been preparing; a complicated network of
linked underwater charges, in all about 40,000 pounds of dynamite
buried as much as 65 feet below the Canal bed itself.
Zero hour was set for 8 this morning, and at Paraiso, al almost
most almost directly across from the blast area, housewives were mak making
ing making last minute checks of family china, glassware and anything

else likely to break easily.
At one neat bungalow scarce scarcely
ly scarcely 50 yards from the Paraiso bank,
Mrs. Ivan Haywood finished
checking the danger spots in cup cupboards
boards cupboards and continued about her
usual household chores. A little
apprehensively, as she recalled the
first big blast at the top of Con Contractor's
tractor's Contractor's Hill some months a&o.
On the West bank, zero hour
passed and continuing ship traffic
still delayed the touch-off. Finally,
at 9:20 the whistle sounded 10
Hurricane Flora
Blows In Atlantic,
Evades US Shores
MIAMI, Sept. 12 (UPI) Hurri Hurricane
cane Hurricane Flora, with peak gales up
to 75 mph, turned her fury on
the Atlantic ocean today, mere
threat t. the 5d Stale!
was no
mainland.
Spiralling forward at 28 mph
through the mid-Atlantic shipping
lanes, Flora continued on her north
easterly course, the Maimi wea weather
ther weather bureau reported.
The weather bureau is still keep keeping
ing keeping a watch on another suspicious
area in the eastern and central
gulf of Mexico. A Navy hurricane
hunter airplane was dispatched
yesterday to the dlstrubed area.
Th emir ave sowed above
normal .shower, activity and, fall-
An f Air Tote hurricane hunter
plane fom Bermuda found Flora 1 s
center 1,400, miles -east of th
British island. The location wis at
Latitude north, Longitude
410 west." THe storm was moving
northeastward at about 20 miles
per hour.
Polio Cases Head
Downward. First
Time In 16 Weeks
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
number of reported new paralytic
oolio cases showed a decline last
week for the first time m lb
weeks, the Public Health Service
reported today.
New polio cases totalled 536 last
wpk. an increase over tne bit
hew Cases reported the previous
week. But there were 291 paraly paralytic
tic paralytic cases compared with 34 the
previous week.
The number of paralytic cases
reported weekly has been increas increasing
ing increasing steadily since the week end
May 23.'
The Health Service cautioned
that the downward trend last
week was not necessarily indica indicative
tive indicative because reports from several
states were incomplete due to tne
Labor Day holiday.
Th new figures brought to 4,471
the number of polio cases reoort-
ed so far this year, 2,791 of them
paralytic. At the same time last
year, 2,505 cases had been re reported,
ported, reported, 1,206 of them paralytic.
Defeat Congress
Rates On Bonds
dred water development projects
throughout the country. The dis dispute
pute dispute was over 67 unbudgeled proj proj-eels
eels proj-eels which the President opposed.
The House overrode the veto by
Ll2 VQt,e, the Senate by eight
vines.
If was a morale booster for
Democrats as Congress moved
toward pdjournment expected
within the next few days.
The session time battle with
the President over housing leg legislation
islation legislation end"d on a conciliatory
note. The House, by voice vote,
yesterday sent to the White House
a compromise bill which Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower had agreed to accept al although
though although It contained some of the
provisions contained in the first
(wo housing measures bills which
he vetoed,..
Another, adjournment barrier
was removed Thursday night
when t Senate Nous conferepj
a freed on a two-year extension of
ili;governm?nt program for dis dis-piirsint
piirsint dis-piirsint of ; farm surplus abroad.
The compromise bill to extend
the- program -included discretion discretionary
ary discretionary authority ttr tiperatlng' a 250
million dollar-a-yesr food stamp
plan in this country.

short warning blasts and Paraiso
took a last look around and braced
itself.
At 9:37 the charge started and
went on for several minutes.
At Paraiso, Mrs. Haywood felt
the bungalow shudder lightly un until
til until the lat series of explosions war
over. But it was mostly anti anticlimax
climax anticlimax and not a glass even tin tinkled.
kled. tinkled. By 10 everybody was back on
about their business, on the West
bank as well as at Paraiso.
Except that on the West bank
the business is more blasting.

I960 Civil Service
Spring Program Will
Start In January
Gov. W. E. Potter has approv-
Government 'parti
cipation in the Civil Service Com
missions s Spring i960 Manage Management
ment Management Inter Program which will be
held in Washington, D. C. from
Jan. 11 through June 3, 1960.
Copies of the Civil Service an announcement
nouncement announcement have been received
from Washington and are being
distributed to Canal organization
bureau directors who have been
asked to nominate from among
their employees those who they
consider eligible and who would be
interested in taking the training.
vrtuuiuiiies musi oe netween
grades NM 9 through NM 13 of
equivalent; elusive,. ms,Uv m
eSslnarf4wtyers ofEedmlW,
filovmenfariH W mnm th f
ployment'arid 'not more, than 12
year at the" time of nomination.
They must then taki a Civil Ser-
ticb compeuuve examination and
those who pass will be interviewed
by the Administrative Inter Selec
tion Committee. The Committee
will submit its recommendations
to the Governor who will aDDOinl
one principal and two alternates.
The Canal Organization has par-
u'.-ipaiea Jn past years m the pro pro-yram
yram pro-yram which is designed to assist
in discovering and developing em
Ployes who show management
potential. So far 27 Company-Government
employes have taken
th' course of training together
with other employees selected
throughout the Federal Govern Government
ment Government on a competitive basis.
The most recent Canal intern to
study in Washington was Ronald
!; Seeley, of the Employment and
Utilization Division of the Person Person-nel
nel Person-nel Bureau who was in Washing Washington
ton Washington from Jan. to June 1959.
Venezuela Diclalor
Jimenez Could Slay
In U.S. For Months

MIAMI (UPI) Former Vene Venezuelan
zuelan Venezuelan dictator-president Marcos
Perez Jimenez can remain in the
United States for many months
unless this country permits his
extradition to face criminal
charges in Caracas, his attorney
said today.
Perez Jimenez happily greeted
news that the U.S. Board of
Immigration appeals upheld his
deportation in a ruling at
Washington yesterday. His attor attorney,
ney, attorney, David Walters, explained the
ruling cleared the way for Perez
Jimenez's application to become
a permanent resident of the U.S.
Perez Jimenez has been living
here in exile in a palatial home.
The former Vei.ezuelan strong
man said he was "happy that it
has been shown I did not come
here under false pretenses, and
that 1 remained for reasons be beyond
yond beyond my control."
Walters said the immigration
board merely ruled that Perez
Jimenez had overstayed the
period for which he originally had
been admitted to this country.
Should the department later rule
against Perez Jimenez's bid to
become a permannt resident, the
decision could be appealed all the
way to the U.S. Suprema Court,
a procedure that might require
several years before a final deci decision
sion decision is reached.
The present Venezuelan govern government's
ment's government's efforts to extradite the
former president is another fight
and scheduled for a preliminary
legal skirmish in federal district
court here today.
Walters has requested dismissal
Of the extradition request and
attorneys for the Latin American
jroveromenl have sought to amend
the:r complaint with list of
Chirges ayainst Perez Jimenez.
rThe original charge, which Wal Walters
ters Walters contended, as too vague,
accused Perez Jimenez of murder
attempted murder and embezzle
mnt.
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Sewts Moon-Shootini

ssj
" temmP ,,lt' j
HE'S NOT KIpDINtl Pfc. CUfford Bruc, billed as "The Amazing ,Mr, Bruce," puts himself
' to the- torch 'beforean itwestruck 'audience. Sr.4 George Hea-lmulo. left, and So 4 Norman C.

'maglcianVbut habaa a 6pctftCAila.pTg of,irlcl,'-' 7 ., CWArmy pftoijof

Khaki-Glad Magician Opens Tyo-Year
Run At Quarry Heights Signal Office

A' versatile prestidigitator,
hilled as "The Amazing Mr
Bruce," arrived in the command
last' month to open nis uag oi
magic for personnel in the US
Army Caribbean until July 1961.
He is Pfc. Clifford E. Bruce, a
TV v transmitter maintenance
specialist assigned to the Sig Signal
nal Signal Communications Service at
Quarry Heights. -He
is a member of the Inter International
national International Brotherhood of Magi Magicians
cians Magicians and corresponds with the
Society of American Magicians.
During his delay en route from
Fort Monmouth to Panama, he
attended a convention of those
fcoeieties at Chicago, where he
acquired new twists of the trade
from his European and Asiatic
contemporaries.
The susD'.ist' angle is p'fcjed
to the hilt by lus foreign col colleagues
leagues colleagues while the Americans
concentrate ou showmanship.
Bruce has 10 years' experi experience,
ence, experience, in the sleight of hand
trade ranging from junior
high school demonstrations to
TV performances in Chicago
and Indianapolis. While he
was enrolled at the Signal
School, Fort Monmonth, N.J.,
he made two kinescope for
the Army.
Althougn rating himself as
only a semi-professional, Bruce
speaks with authority on the
subject. His bibliography con consists
sists consists of over 500 books con contemporary
temporary contemporary and rare from
which he has extracted mate material.
rial. material. He has written articles for
the Linking Ring, his brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood magazine, and the Ire, I id
yearbook which is published oy
the Ireland Magic Company.
The latter organization also
serves as a wholesaler ior the
magicians in the States.
His society membership for forbids
bids forbids him to reveal any secrei.s
of the trade verbally unless a
minimum fee Is charged. ad addition,
dition, addition, he may not des-.-rlbe, his
works in publications without
approval of the orotherhoou.
Although he may regard an act
as obsolete or repetitive and
could .submit, it for publication
It may advert jy afiect the per per-tonrance
tonrance per-tonrance of a fellow r. 'ician.
Thus, the society is lion .-na,
cod-bound to pivtect its li libers.
bers. libers. The hobny financially ut. ut.-jcrts
jcrts ut.-jcrts itself nd has supplied
Bruce with suUicient. earnings
to carry him through high
school and a year and a naif at
the University of Indiana. He
intends to complete his degree
In English literature there and

enter the secondary education
field upon graduation.
"The practice of magic can
be one of the most Inexpen Inexpensive
sive Inexpensive hobbies, depending on J
the extent one wishes to pur pursue
sue pursue It," he remarked. "Rare i
apparatuses are costly not be-
':4r.' '"V

ALL BUSINESS Sleight of hand feats are reserved for after after-duty
duty after-duty hours by Pfc. Clifford E. Bruce. The new arrival in US
Army Caribbean is a transmitter maintenance specialist as assigned
signed assigned to the Signal Communications Service at Quarry Hts.
(U.S. Army Photo j

cause of the worth but be because
cause because the secret of manipula manipulation
tion manipulation is expensive. Costumes
may be another costly item."
In addition to the' thousands
of dollars worth of equipment
in his possession, his library
has co.it him a large sum.
Pacing the show plays as sig sig-nillcant
nillcant sig-nillcant a role in ins produc productions
tions productions as in the more complicat complicated
ed complicated forms of entertainment stag staging.
ing. staging. His T exhibitions seldom
last more than 10 minutes and
always consist of something
fast and flashy such as insert inserting
ing inserting a flaming torch into his
mouth. But his banquet dem demonstrations
onstrations demonstrations are geared to keep
the audience's Interest aroused
for a 30 to 45-mlnute period.
Prestidigitation (sleight of
hand), at which he is a master,
consists essentially of card tricks
and other forms of Jugglery. A
second talent is illusion In which
he demonstrates something that
Is contrary to the laws of
physics such as levitatlon.
Houdlnl's stunts, open I n g
locks and handcuffs;. gcaplng
from trunks, ice-boxes, eels and
other enclosures that would give
the laymen claustrophobia are
the most llustrative examples
of escapology. These demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations comprise an insignificant
part of Bruce'i repertoire.

These escape tricKs are the
most dangerous of all. A late
Latin American practitioner
was famed for dangling upside
down in a straitjacket and fac facing
ing facing a concrete wall. A car was
driven at him; ie would free
his hands and pull himself up
the rope in the nick of time.
But the results of his final
performance only reaffirmed an
age-old axiom of the trade
"Don't overdo it!"
Bruce's favorite living magi magician
cian magician is billed under the title
of "Cardioi He is the ex exhibitor
hibitor exhibitor who made the magi magicians'
cians' magicians' tall Coats famous. After
observing him twice in Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia and once In Chic o,
Bruce Is convinced that he
the greatest exponent of
manipulated magic as well as
an excellent showman.
When asked what bis favor favorite
ite favorite trick is, Bruce replied,
"Some practitioners complicate
arj act with too many confus confusing
ing confusing details. I strive to avoid
this by keeping my demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations as elementary as poslble.
When each Individual member
of the audience can return home
and explain intelligibly my ac actions
tions actions to a member of the house household,
hold, household, then I have performed
successfully. Correspond! n g 1 y
my successful trick or tricks are
my favorite tricks." 4

Blast-Off Power
Twice As Much

US s

As

LONDON, Sept. 12 (UPI) Russia fired a rocket tj
lL. A-J-. 1

ine moon roaay.
Moscow radio said it
Sect. 14.

The Moscow radio broadcast said "in accordancJ

with the program ot cosmic
ior mrerpianerary rngnrs, a
: i
mg or a cosmic rocKer took
dav.

"The launching ot the rocket was made for the pur
DOse of sturlvinn rosmir ennre Ar'nn h HinUt

I 3 . . f
the moon. The launching
i. i a

muin-srage rocKer. i
The previous Soviet moon attempt was made Jan. 2
Tl I . I I.I P-MAA ..I

i nar rocKer oypassea
..J L x I
ana wenr inro orDir arouna
The announcement today indi indicated
cated indicated the Russians hoped to land
this rocket on the moon itself
early Monday Moscow time (late
tomorrow in Panama the day be before
fore before Soviet Premier Nikita Khrush-
Moscow radio said the moon
rocket is expected to reach its
target 5:05 p.m. tomorrow, Mana Manama
ma Manama time.
The announcement said "the
last stage of the rocket having ex exceeded
ceeded exceeded the second cosmic speed of
11,200 meters per second is fly flying
ing flying towards the noon."
It said th last stag of th
spac rocket represents a guid guid-d
d guid-d rocket weighing 2,756 pounds
without fuel.
"It carries a container with
scientific and radio-technical e e-quipment,"
quipment," e-quipment," the announcement said.
"The container is in the form
of a ball. It is hermetically seal sealed
ed sealed and filled with gas. It has a
system for automatic regulation
of fuel consumption."
The statement said that after
going into orbit, the container
with scientific equipment is se separated
parated separated from the last stage of
the moon rocket.
Russia and th United States
previously had fired rockets in into
to into orbit around th sun.
Russia's first rocket, Mechla, was
launched by a three stage rocket
which hurled it within 3105 miles
of the mOon and on into a 15 15-month
month 15-month orbit around the sun.
America's rocket, Pioneer IV,
launched March 3 with a multi multistage
stage multistage rocket and began orbiting
the sun after passing some 37,000
miles from the moon.
Mechta's final orbiting stage
was far larger than the tiny US
instrumenl package now orbiting
the sun. It weighs 3230 pounds,
including 795 pounds of scienti scientific
fic scientific and radio equipment, compar compared
ed compared with Tioneer IV's orbital
weight of only 13.40 pounds.
An articl in a Czechoslovak
military-aviation magnln arti articl
cl articl distributed recently confirm confirmed
ed confirmed what US spac scientists have
been saying all along that Rus Russia
sia Russia is fir ihad of th United
States in rocket power.
The article said Mechta was
blasted inlo space by a rocket
whose first stage alone develop developed
ed developed 600,000 pounds of thrust or
Today's Transits
(scheduled)
Northbound II
Southbound 17
TOTAL IS
(Clear Cut: I)

Atlas

i
was due to "reach the moon
research and the preparation
secona ana successful launch
I .i m .....
place in the Soviet Union to
MM. IIJJ 111. I I I t IVWUIUI
took place with the aid of i
i
rne moon Dy about DUUU mile:
I.I
rne sun.
nearly four times the power eeil
erated by the main stage of Piq
neer iv, ana nearly twice th
thrust of the-Atlas, the only U!
intercontinental balliftic miasii
be possible, with the aid of thj
secona soviet apace -rocket r t
carry out research in the magnc
tic pole of the earth and the mat
netic poies oi tne moon, to ih,
radiation around tho aawh ni
intensity of cosmic radioatioa
the heaw nurlpnc nf raimin J
diation, and the gas component!
ui mierpieniary substances, anl
io siuay meteor particles.
"The total weight nf th .;J
uiic and measuring equipment
'"s1"'" wi" me sources oi
nergy and the container, is 85
.44 pounds," the statement said
The Russian riam ml.4 tJ
. iWfcMI i
Mi sixth known attempt by
....i m prune rrue outer space.
Four US roeketi trA t..j
the moon failed. Onl J
these Pioneer and Pioneer llCl
were partly successful.
TtlOSP WPrp inlanrlorl in UU It.
.. ...VW.UI.U w mi nil
moon on v hv lnolr. th.;- i.J
', 1 l"l
ncu tuuise was simply to get
The fifth was the first SoyM
British Industrial
Magnate Arrives
For Consultations
A. C. McKerhnip hpad Af til
Latin American department of th
Federation of British Industrie
(F.B.I.) is in Panama today.oi
a tour ot the Latin America
countries.
During his slay in Panama Mc
is-ecnnie win call on ministers o
tne Panamanian eovernment an
on the Governor nf th ra
z,one. He will also have consulta
tions with prominent Panamania:
businessmen and with the Dolla
ExDort Council. Hp will alsn jt
Dear on television fin WHn
day evenine. he will bp th rues!
of honor at a reception at th(
nniisn cmDassy. v
The DurDOse of McKechnie'a
sit is to stress the increasing in!
ponance wnicn British mdustr
devotes to supplying the Latin
merican market, and to examin
the possibilities of intensify
ing trade between the latin f
merican countries and the Uni
ed Kingdom.
Eleanor Mctlhennv
Appointed Editor
Of Canal Review
The appointment of Mr a,, Ileaif
or Mcllhenny as editor of the Pa
nama Canal Review was an
nounced yesterday at B a 1 b
Heights. ';.i'iv
As edHor, Mrs. Mcllhenny. sud
ceeds J. Hufus Hardy, who niei
Sept. 2 In Gorgas Hospital arte
a Dnet iimess. ? ?
Mrs. Mcllhenny cornea frori
Cleveland, Ohio. She spent 1
years on the staffs of the Panaj
ma American and The Nation
when the latter was an En el in
daily, before she joined the Pw
nama Canal organization in 195 f
She has been assistant editor of
he Review for aeveraj jrearfc

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Tu aa .i i am iuih f
Letters 'e receive" fratefully an
L"li u contribute a latter don't
Leaf My. Letten are published in the

- Flse try to keep tne letten limited to one pate icncrn.
Z Identity of letter writert it held in strictest confidence.
iThii newspaper assumes o responsibility for statements Of opinient

Mrrssed in letten from readen.

Vrl MAIL BOX

BITING BACK AT

ik.r mtihi nf hpinc rhpwed iin bv mosquitoes and sand

IAIiri nin'imi wim w. -i -lies
I take pen in hand to chew out whoever is responsible for the
i f mn Ki i ft c nr a v man Hp who was once so faithful about

laking his appointed rounds each
4 through the inseeiicine log ior
a. ..if. o cailnr and a
lhe best of evervthing, I am now
oes thit visit at my riiieenm

vening are also the best biters 1 nave ever Deen lasieu vy. i iuu iuu-ede
ede iuu-ede defeat for lack of proper preventive measures.
oti- r ii.. familiar orav tppn with its I02CV

tine lneilUlV ItllUW 1IU ma
ailjislH to come each evening

ne IHgm pcM?. dlii amir 1 -.r
een nothing of him.
Once. I heard him coming. I thought, but he was only delousing
he officers country on the hill and never appeared on peon's row

own below. Ana me ougs wno weirni mueu uy no j"-"

aped to pester me more.
r, nr.,,- hn nf thp hue man. let's be generous. We down-

killers are willing to share the malaria, you know.

PAN AMERICAN GAMES

Rir: ... .. ..

Someone dropped a remark about a week ago aner tne compie compie-ion
ion compie-ion of the Pan American Games in Chicago, that the whole thing
pas just a tune-up for the US before the Olympic Games in Rome
ext ypar- u... .ij..

In my estimation, n may nave
t a solid blow to relations with US
United States is no competition for
ountries in track and field events,
kthletic contests. Especially so alter

ls up for grabs.
if vnu'll look back to last year's Olympic Games vou II notice

tit won a lol fewer of the prized first place awards. The reason was
f course that we were competing with countries that boasted fenc fenc-lg,
lg, fenc-lg, wrestling, rowing, soccer and other sports as their national

iports, We had no chance against
ountries competing in this year's
The second place team in the
han 90 gold medals behind us. The

0 their r.ihletic policies in the past year or so, but no tney nave 10
akc it out on countries like Panama, Brazil and Argentina where

kur political policies are barely standing.

SO-SO
ir:

1 Let's twke a closer look at the outspoken so-so aspirations 01
Vnn. D.nomanioni MiHh repard tn the income riprived hv the Unit-

I BlJfllliaiuDiia ...... ...
M States from the operation oi the

I The promoters ol the idea seem 10 nave a point wnen ny i i-..w
..w i-..w ik.f Y).iAm'v nfiirildKTaH f5n or n nh lr nnaitinn its greatest

KUe III Ml a rilIlia Uiniifctu fcv-.-a. .j-.-.x. r-
frtasure. They feel that of this treasure is to be of benefit to others

it leasthalf of it snoulri be tor tne country 10 wnicn 11 Deion.
The United States not only derives income from the exploitation
Uonama'v senun nhip nnsitinn hut it aslo eniovs other economic

knd strategic benefits, which are
a verv limited manner.
It is'only natural then, that if
ces, the United States makes a
4L- r ii,A r,riQl
from Uir auun in nit
he income which up to now goes

I Franklv. 1 am all ior it ann 1 tninK eveiy minima nu unnu-fcratic-minded
American should give the idea their wholehearted

FPPort-
SMOKING ON
iir:

IHoorav to a US guard! He is the only one of the 20-odd guards
n the Cristobal piers who still has regard for the word democracy.
He totally disregards the diehard inside-the-pier smokers who, by
h. ...iv inr-lnrie ttevedorps checkers and even Customs officers. If

;hllenged to name names I can
ri, i..ir avnianaiinn nf thi

A III. iiniin w pm w ... r -
Hivision aren't doing anything about the situation the bigger men

fre creating around here, wny snouia 1 narass me lanorers.
Under different circumstances I would be glad to mention this

hero's name, but following the recent letters by
fMail Box, Aug. 26, and "Marcus Injustice" (Mail
Vir ire surh no-smoking litters on the piers that

name would do him more harm
STANDARDS OF
ir:
As a lonetime US resident of

Panamanian, I have more than just a passing interest in things Panamanian.

Unlike in manv of mv American countrymen wno live in inese

parts I have acquired a fair to

inguage and am an avid reader or tne local papers.
Accord'ng to recent local publications, the Panama Newspaper

men's Union is clamoring for a
the Panama University.
f The newlv-aDDointed dean of

port and has promised that the dream of the newsmen will he a
reality in the not too distant future.
Such a move would be something wonderful for Panama. In fact
the majority of the persons who are rompaigning for the journalism
ichool would do well to attend it and learn the rudiments of news newspaper
paper newspaper writing.
Sure, there are many who have enough practical experience to
b able io put out a paper, but their efforts show some of tnem up
svery day as being lacking of the basic principles of the trade.
These workers don't ever seem to be able to grasp, for example,
the difference between a straight news story and by-lined column.
They cram personal opinions in their news writings and turn and
twist information, arrive at early conclusions and leave themselves
wide open all the time to the libel suits that would surely catch up
with them if they worked in other countries.
, A recent instance of how these "aces" distort the news is the
ce of the three U.S. servicemen who are now awaiting trial for al allegedly
legedly allegedly beating a Panama taxi driver, robbing him and making off

with his cab.
When the itory broke several

'fgul.ir news articles, openlv condemned the servicemen for their

'gangsterism" and for those publications, the case was a closed one

1 far as the guilt of the accused

As it now turns out these same papers are singing a different

une because it has been established that the cabby, who claimed he

idn't know enough English to understand that his faros wanted to

e taken to their CZ barracks, drove them out to the Transisthmian

ghway instead.
When the men realized that
torn their desired destination,

ieinf "taken for a ride", got panicky and decided to protect them

selves by taking over the car.
I The. case is still in court and
Verdict finally is.
I : !. A local secondary school in
i-ourse but I understand that not one
.he classes is a trained newsman.
I Thil ichool gives diplomas to
hat the (lip of paper proves that
reporter!.
j Poor misguided aouls! What

nruciori ceeo quite a on 01 teaching themselves.

T MAIL
t SO
13 OO
24 00
SO
18 SO
nr rcidari of The Panama American.
art handle in a wholly confidential
be impatient if It doein't appear the
order received.
THE BUG MEN
early evening has not been sight-
10 sume u ctm
firm believer that the Navy has
willing to admit that the mosqui-
rvavai uisuici ncdUMuai :"
mm...... j-r-
and we were seldom bothered by
fho T ahnr hav wppkend. I have
neen a iune-up, nui i i-miMunru
neighbors to tne soum. ine
South and Central American
basketball ana numerous omer
tney won izi 01 104 goia mea
tnem. tne same cname given iu
Pan-American Games.
Pan American Games was more
US suffered damaging defeats
vponsmen
,
- ....
Panama Canal.
made extensive to Panama only
in addition to all the other advan
consider- oie amount 01 nmm-y
Panama chnnlH tharp pnnallv in
M..o...n t
into the United States treasury.
ru. aa:..
THE PIERS
do so.
nnp pnard is: "If the heads of the
'Jose .lusticia"
Box. Sept. 2)
to mention his
than good.
US Rater
REPORTING
the Isthmus and tne nusnann or a
middling knowledge of the Spanish
journalism faculty to he set up at
the Institution has pledged his sup
of the Spanish language papers in
was concerned.
they were being driven far away
they thought thev were probably
it remains to be seen what the
Panama City offers a journalism
of the "professors" who conduct
its graduates who no doubt feel
they are ready to earn a living as
they don't know is tbat their in
rest Minded.

lcal
- 70

Labor News
And
Comments

By VICTOR RIESEL
Very clever people, those Japa Japanese.
nese. Japanese. Soon they expect to unload
on this countiy tnousands oi
$50 lelevision sets, $19 combina combination
tion combination Miort-wave and regular tran transistor
sistor transistor radio receiver and ready ready-10
10 ready-10 wear men's suits at $15 to $20
apiece '.0.B.
Already they're pouring in scores
of millions of dollars worth of
children's and women's garments
at prices so low you won't believe
it, so we won't even list them.
I'nis year Japanese and Hong
Kong Chinese exports of women's
wear, mostly dresses, blouses and
brassiers, and youngster's cloth clothing,
ing, clothing, will total about $150,0O0,P0O.
All this can be dumped on the
U.S.- wiping out firms and jobs
across the land because the aver
age garment wage in the Orient
ranges from nine and three-quarter
pennies in Hong Kong to 14
cents an hour in Pajan'a clothing
and electrical shops.
This is the story behind the vi visit
sit visit of U.S. Ambassador Douglas
McArthur II to the honorable gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, Hyato Ikeda, Tokyo'i Mi Minister
nister Minister of International Trade and
Industry. 1 don't know if there
was a majority of one in that twu twu-man
man twu-man parley but our Ambssador
was under specific instructions to
tell the" Minister to stop dumping
stuff in the U.S.
And behind this message is
the fact that key industries em employing
ploying employing some 2,000,000 Americans
may be crippled by our low wage
friends abroad.
There is the men's clothing field
for example. In Washington the
other day, Leo Ullman, vice pre president
sident president of the Clothing Manufatur Manufatur-ers
ers Manufatur-ers Assn. of the U.S. and Jacob
termined president of the Amal
gamated Clothing Workers of A A-merica,
merica, A-merica, told Congressmen about
Japanese firms like one named
Tara.
Tara gets out a $38.75 F.OB
ew York suit. It is delivered to
distributors here at that whole wholesale
sale wholesale price almost completely hand
tailored. There is only one ma machine
chine machine seam. Fabrics are woven
in Japan by dime an hour weav weavers
ers weavers from the finest wools, silks
and mohairs. Ask your tailor what
he would charge you for such a
suit 'completely hand-felled, made
with inside bellows coat pockets
and even the bar tacking. .done
by hand."
Such a suit would cost you at
east $150 manufactured here. Fur Fur-thermore.
thermore. Fur-thermore. one rhei-vr a.;u-i
new Japanese fabrics as "mohair
".cms ana silk worsted blends a a-lone
lone a-lone with some .vc u-.
, uuc menus
of cashmere, thr aamples of whch
iiauine nand' of whipped cream
The.SP tPYttloc r.nl J
lh, in ""ucru at less
than 10 cents an hour labor cots
on crusn our already hard-hit
icAine inaustry.
Also beins ifumiuH
coats, raincoats, shirts knit gloves
Pajamas, robes, underwear, pants
-..v. aiuiuiig apparel.
The other day the high com command
mand command of the International Ladies
Garment Workers Union, led bv
David Dubinsky, was startled by
statistics from its research direct director
or director La," r Tepper. He revealed
that before 1950 total imports from
Japan and Hong Kong for all
female garments were less than
$10,000,000 annually. Last year
this figure hit $120,000,000 This
year it will probably top that by by-some
some by-some $20,000,000, according to oth other
er other estimates.
Dubinsky and his colleagues
lashed out at a small band of
American manufacturers who are
working with the Japanese atar atar-vation
vation atar-vation wage operators.
Now the union leaders want the
L.S. To take an average year's
average production, say 20,000 -000
pairs of pants of a certain
type. This amount should be pro protected
tected protected each year that is, only af after
ter after such a total is sold would the
Japs be permitted to dump their
stuff. This high tariff protection
1st policy is a switch for such
militant leaders as Dubinsky and
PotOfskv. now fiffhtino in .,.
their industries and job. They
rpeciea run support of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO high command. But they
uiun 1 gei h.
Opposed to such high tariffs
are Walter Reuther and James
i-arey. mn surprised manv, es especially
pecially especially since the auto industry
and the electronic field also have
heen hard hit by foreign imports.
This is just one of the many bat battles
tles battles which will be fought out at
the San Francisco national con convention.
vention. convention. matter of
FACT
The Roman built roads
which were well laid out and
solidly constructed, but line
their wagons Bnd carta had
fixed axle nd could not
easily make turns, th roads
were built In straight lines
whenever possible. During
period of about 600 years,
the Romans built more than
70,000 miles of surfaced
roads which extended over
their whole empire.
r.Miiil Britannic

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' BT I jr- Vf t it f

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4 jt
f-mr
V
Recently I have been pondering
the sweet uses of politics, parti
cularly the curse of wit in a can
didate.
For the life of me I can't re remember
member remember what Machiavelli in his
volume on political cunning had
io say about the usages of wit, if
any. But, surely, this shrewd ras
cal must have cautioned against
its employment by any politician
unfortunate enough to be cursed
with the gift.
Adlai E. Stevenson, on his re recent
cent recent return from Europe, just pos pos-sibly
sibly pos-sibly blew his nomination for the
Presidency for a third time by
faying exactly .what Republicans
of 11 degree hjive Been Jubilantly
shouting in public and private
about Vice-President Richard M.
Nixon's Russian journey.
Stevenson's mistake was in say saying
ing saying it wittily
Ever since Nixon'i triumphant
return from Russia, the Republi
can press and stalwarts have
been loud in their pleasure and
belief that Nixon's success in the
USR has insured him the Repub Republican
lican Republican nomination in 1960.
Stevenson echoed these senti sentiments
ments sentiments on his arrival from Europe
when he was asked to comment
on the Nixon visit and said: "I
think Mr. Nixon's visit to Russia
was a good thing especially for
Mr. Nixon.
Well, sir, if Stevenson had kick kicked
ed kicked Checkers or come out against

NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By
IF I DON'T CARE (Why do
you?): Oh, please fellers. Make
up your mind. Today's hot item
about Susan Cabot, the gal who
was linked with King Hus.e n is
Arthur Cowan (at the Chateau
Madrid)... Monica Erickson, 1.1c
L. Q.'s Esthonian beaut, resumed
her long-distance romance with
Rod Mann, of the London Ex
press... Novelist-producer Frank
Gruber's teenage son, Bob, is a
chip off the old block with a novel
called "Bull Neck."... Barry Coe,
who was dating Miss Norway and
Miss Sweden, broadened his Scan Scandinavian
dinavian Scandinavian kick to date Miss Ice Iceland.
land. Iceland. He can't pronounce their
names and I can't spell them...
Anyone jiote that Michael Dante
and Fern Gimbel are a twosome9
... How about a ticker tape pa
rade for Paul Robeson?. .Elaine
Mahnken, a Mickey Rooney ex,
and Ieo Hoffman, sitting it out
... This gets complicated: Kath Kath-ryn
ryn Kath-ryn Grayson, an ex of Johnny
Johnston, is dating agent Vic Or Or-satti,
satti, Or-satti, while Johnny's currently es estranged
tranged estranged wife is dating Mark
Garth... Some girls can get all
the men they like. Other girls like
all the men they can get.
LIFE IS LIKE THIS (Like
what?): Pat Gaston must have
given up her fight to rewed Tom Tommy
my Tommy Manville (and why would she
want to?) because she's been
dating "Flower Drum's" Ed Ken Ken-ney,
ney, Ken-ney, the pride of Honolulu. Didn't
I see them in Harvey (The Fire Fireman)
man) Fireman) Rosen's El Borracho?
Talking about Hawaii and who
was, I guess a lot of people in including
cluding including me got excited too fast
about lhe "conservatism" of Nisei
warMttt Dan Inouve, who was
eltalw the first Congressman of
the new state. Inouye has now
stated that his runaway election
was "a hollow victory" because
Jack Burns, the choice of the
ILWU, Harry Bridges and Jimmy
Hoffa, was beaten for governor.
Inouye's insult to the Hawaiian
voters is resented so much,
there's popular cry for him to re resign
sign resign before taking his seat. In
ouye's attitude assures Bridges of

Ch inese Tea

The Curse Of
By INEZ R0BB

golf, he couldn't have more enr enraged
aged enraged tha Republicans for simply
repe lg wUh wit t heir own
sentiments.
Even the Olympian Arthur
Krock of the independent New
York Times immediately took
Stevenson to task for lese majes majes-te.
te. majes-te. That led me to believe that
Krock does not read his own pu publication
blication publication or else that Times boys
stick together.
Because I thought James Res Res-ton,
ton, Res-ton, the Times' correspondent
with Nixon throughout the Rus Russian
sian Russian trip, anticipated Stevenson
when he wrote from abroad that
the Vice-President had outwitted
his apponentg not by throwing his
hat but by throwing Nikita
Khrushchev into the ring.
At the time no Republican de denounced
nounced denounced Reston or thought he was
insulting the Union, the f 1 a g,
Abraham Lincoln, the GOOP or
Nixon.
But since Stevenson's quip, the
Republicans are accusing him of
all five.
Nor do I hold any brief for
Stevenson, arnan unable to learn
by experie:eW.
Nothing enraged the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans so much in 1952 and 1956 as
Stevenson's wit. "Wisecraker,
J smart aleck, clown, buffoon!"
were tne Kinder epunets nurieo
at him.
As one who has been married
to a Republican for 30 years, I
LEE MORTIMER
a clean sweep in the election, be because
cause because Governor Quinn, the G.O.P.
who beat Burns has offered a job
to Bridges' stooge... Lou Levin,
who is going to revive the olu
Gilmore's on Lexington Ave.
around the corner from the 1
Seasons which his son Stu man manages,
ages, manages, is looking tor a gal to run
the upstairs room. Must be of the
Tex Guinan Belle Livingstone
type. (Small order)... Joanne
Dru's bathing suit in "The Gii
in the Red bikini" is 0 n 1 y 36
inches square, SQUARE???
IF YOU WANT TO READ IT
(I'll write it): 20th-Fox actor John
Gaonel planed to N.Y. to sit with
Cindy Robbins at Chez VUo. Sne's
rehearsing Alan Buckhaniz's
"Happy Town."... Jimmy Boyd
(1 Saw Mommy Kissing Santa
Claus) ain't kissing Donna "Miss
California 1959" Brooks any more
... Ke go Imperial Court Dancers
open ng at the Latin Quarter with
the sensational Gooiers tomorrow,
are super-sensational, but hardly
imperial. According to the press
agenis the famed dajice group
was subsidized by the Japanese
government. Actually it was
practically subsidized by Keigo s
Korean s ster-in- law, Florence
Ahn, the noted singer who starred
in Tom Ball s Geisha Girl revur
last year. She found herself with without
out without a job after Keigo, who bor
rowed money from Florence to
keep his new young troupe toge
ther, was able to undercut Ball
and get his proposed dates
Anyway Keigo and his girls are
wonderful...- Columbia producer
Brynie roy I kes Doris Redfield,
the long stemmed dancer on the
Arthur Murray TV show ... A
chorine is a gal who looks like a
doll and usually has a mind to
match.
HAVE THIS ON ME: Wayde
(Colt .45) Preston and Carol Oh Oh-mart
mart Oh-mart are closer now than before
their divorce... Sal Mineo and
Susan Oliver are riding the same
train Io N.Y. .. Irene Heryey,
Allan Jones' ex, is current with

NEA Serrici, Inc.

Wit
know that they are good, kind,
honest people who are for mother motherhood
hood motherhood and against ragweed. But
they don't find it easy to laugh
at themselves.
It is probably subversive, but I
have often thought that one good
belly laugh and the whole GOP
would collapse like a house of
stacked cards.
As a matter of fact, the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans have always been a little
uneasy in the presence of the one
outstanding party wit, Alice
Roosevelt Longworth. Ai the
daughter of a Republican Presi President
dent President and the wife of a Republican
Speaker of the House, and there
haven't been too many of either
recently, the GOP has had to
make the best of the situation, but
it hasn't been easy.
When Thomas E. Dewey ran for
lhe Presidency for the first time,
Republicans reeled sadly under
Mrs. Longworth's fatal descrip description
tion description of him as "the man on top
of the wedding cake."
This was giving aid and comfort
to the enemy with a vengeance.
And the GOP had to grin and
bear it.
Then she compounded her mor mordant
dant mordant wit when Dewey ran the sec second
ond second time and she was asked to
appraise his chances of victory.
The GOP died inwardly when
Mrs. Longworth snapped, "No
souffle ever rose twice.
Et tu, Alice!
director Bruce Humberstone
Joan Collins got that role in Fox's
"Seven Thieves" because "Blue
Angel's" Mary Britt who was
supposed to get it, didn t act an
gene" at contract signing time...
iwo yeais ago an uem here
"married" Guy Rennie and Viv Vivian
ian Vivian Lloyd when they were star-
ng in Miami. Now tney re costar-
red at the Mayflower Hotel in Ply Plymouth,
mouth, Plymouth, Mass. and have a 9 month
old baby girl named Edwyna af
ter Vivian s father, the late and
beloved Ed. C. Lloyd of the Los
Angeles Examiner... Picture
frusiration: Tennesseee Williams
trying to start a conversation
with two ball players at Louise's
in E. 58th St. and getting the
brushofi... How about an N.A.P.
P.C. (national association for the
protection of peaceful citizens?)
or an N.A.P.P.O. (national asso association
ciation association for the protection of pol police
ice police officers.)... Now let's get this
straight: Tony, of the famous
dance-teaching team of" Tony and
Marie, is married to dancer Lu Lucille
cille Lucille and no, dancer Marie. Isn't
that right? 1 was at their wed wedding
ding wedding at the Concord last month..
Today's pet peeve: Pipe smokers.
Especially those who smoke 'em
in elevators and public places.
(Shows contempt and insecurity,
according to Dr. Mortimer.)
NATURAL HABITAT
ATLANTA (UPi) A service
station here has a sign outside
advertising: "Cars washed. Im Imported
ported Imported foreign cars washed" with
imported water."
THE y
GEISHA :&
nAu V
PUT 5,,
COMING SOON!
CENTRAL

fi!
AS
Li
WASHINGTON Watching the:
eminently successful trip of i-resident
Eisenhower ihrouga Europe,
I can t help but rec A nistoric
day in Washington last May
wnen the Hag-araped coffin of
John Foster Dulles lay in state in
the National Cathedral.
Foreign ministers from as far as
Japan Hew to pay their respect
and homage. Even dour Andre
Gromyko, Dulles' protagonist si
many conierences, and gnarled
old Chancellor Adenauer, Dulles'
friend at many conferences, took
the long trip across the Atlantic.
They came because Dulles'
friend, the President ol the
United States, decreed that the
Secretary of State should have a
state funeral.
Mrs. Dulles had planned a quiet
family ceremony, but a deeply deeply-grieving
grieving deeply-grieving President personally took
charge of all funeral arrangements
even specifying the type ol dress
to be worn, and preparing the list
of honor guests.
He wanted the man who had
worked so tirelessly to solve the
problems of the world to have, in
death, the recognition of the
world.
As a result, not even Presidents
Roosevelt. Harding and MrKin-
ley, who died in office, were
Duneo wun sucn ceremony.
It was just two months and five
days later that President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower began serapping the polic policies
ies policies of John Foster Dulles.
He would be the last to admit
this. And perhaps he didn't even
realize he was scrapping Dulles'
policies.
But he did it first by inviting
Nikita Khrushchev of the Kremlin
to pay a personal visit to the
xivuac, -n uivuauon wnicn
Dulles had emphatically and con consistently
sistently consistently opposed unless our rights
in Berlin were first guaranteed,
but Khrushchev waj invited any anyway.
way. anyway. Ike went even further by accept accepting
ing accepting Khrushchev's invitation o
COme tO MOSCOW. Which KrnuoM
gasps of dismay from close
inenas 01 jonn oster Dulles.
IKE BECOMES A DULLES
Then one by one, the President
proceeded to throw overboard or
discredit, without spec i f U a 1 1 y
namine them nr nArhan train
realizing that he was doing so,
we waicnworas ana policies of his
late Secretary of State.
The only policy he kept was that
of personal negotation. Stepping
into the Dulles shoes of the travelling-diplomat-salesman,
he pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to carry his own ideas di direct
rect direct to the trouble spots and
troubled statesmen of Europe.
He has been so successful that
many diplomats wish the Presi President
dent President had become his own Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State Ions; ago. But In so
doing, here is what happened to'
the policies of Dulles:
"MASSIVE RETALIATION"
was a basic policy coined by Dul Dulles
les Dulles in warning that the United
States had "great caDa'city to re retaliate
taliate retaliate instantly, by means and at
places of our choosing." In con contrast,
trast, contrast, President Eisenhower told
the world in his TV chat with
Prime Minister Macmillan: "Peo "People
ple "People want peace so much that one
of these days governments had
better get out of their way and let
them have it."
"BRINK OF WAR" This Dulles
policy, outlined in Life Magazine
in 1956 completely evaporated at
the Geneva Foreign Ministers Con Conference,
ference, Conference, when the UU. SS. duck ducked
ed ducked any showdown of power over
Berlin and sent Vice President
Richard Nixon on a peace mission
to Moscow instead.
"LIBERATE THE SATEL SATEL-ITES"
ITES" SATEL-ITES" This hasie nnll. ii.
was thrown out when Nixon con conferred
ferred conferred officially with the Commun Communist
ist Communist leaders of satellite Poland,
thereby switching the old policy
of "liberation" to one of "friend "friendship".
ship". "friendship". Eisenhower further scrap scrapped
ped scrapped the liberation nolirv when Hnr
ing his Bonn, Germany, press con

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ference, lie said he would aot dis discuss
cuss discuss the libera uon ef former Ger German
man German territoryref erring to that
held by Poland.
"f AILURE FROM WITHIN"
Dulles had argued, privately and
publicly, that the Soviet Com Communist
munist Communist system would come tumb tumbling
ling tumbling down of its own erros. As late latest
st latest Feb. 26, 1956, testifying before
the Senate Foreign Relations Com Committee,
mittee, Committee, he said: "They (the Rus Russians)
sians) Russians) have made little Dm?rn m
the last few years.. .Tne tact-, is
mat mey nave lanea and tney
have got to devise new policies."
In Moscow following Dulles'
death, Nixon, broadcasting to the
Russian people, paid tribute to the"
"thriving productivity of the facto factory
ry factory complex of the Urals. .The ef efficient
ficient efficient modern equipment of your
factories. .The competitive drive
for progress evident on every side
. .and most of all tne people.'
DIRECT DISARMAMENT -In
December, 1956, Harold Stassen,
then in charge of disarmament,
pleaded with Eisenhower for per permission
mission permission to fly to Moscow to carry
on direct disarmament talks with
the Kremlin.
He was convinced the Russians
were ready not only for disarma disarmament,
ment, disarmament, but a 10-year peace pact
with the United States. Dulles ve vetoed
toed vetoed the Stassen trip, eased Stas Stassen
sen Stassen out as disarmament specialist.
Today, one definite objective of
the Khrushchev-Eisenhower ex exchange
change exchange is disarmament. There ii
also hope of new understand!)
possibly a 10-year peace pact
between Russia and the United
States.
White House advisers won't ad admit,
mit, admit, of course, that Dulles' policies
have been scrapped. But the di diplomats
plomats diplomats will.
And among both foreign and
American diplomats, it's believ believed
ed believed that Eisenhower's personal as assumption
sumption assumption of the reins of foreign po po-icy
icy po-icy is one of the healthiest deve developments
lopments developments of his seven yests in
office.
DAILY
MEDITATION
(Presented by the Deartmrrt
of Christian Irfueatien M tft
Episcopal Church in the Mis
slerury Dieeese ef the Panama
Canal Zone.)
GOD INVITES
"I was ready te U sought by
IttoM whe )W net ask tt
RSV.
Take up your newspaper and
look at the church page. Even in
the smaller cities a bewildering
number of sects and cults are ad advertising
vertising advertising their religious wares.
Those on the fringes are as biiar biiar-re
re biiar-re as the ones listed in today's
passage, all varities of pseudos pseudos-cience
cience pseudos-cience dabbling in physical and
mental health, all promising a
peace and strength which can be
found in God alone.
The tragedy is that all the time
God stands ready to disclose Him Himself
self Himself to man. No esoteric know knowledge
ledge knowledge is necessary to find Him.
We can criticize those who fol follow
low follow these outlandish cults and set)
the self-deceotion whieh leads
them astray. But what about our ourselves?
selves? ourselves? The churches will stand
open tomorrow, services will be
held. God invites 11 will h ram.
pond to that invitation? Will we
make communion with the God
Who reveals Himself to man?.
Or like the Jews of old, through
our own indifference will we en encourage
courage encourage others to seek God by
avenues which are blind alleys?
We decry their misdirection; do
we match their devotion?
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RALPH (Rusty) GLAZER receives the Eagle Scout Award at ceremonies held last week at the
Balboa Elks Lodge. Shown pinning the award on Rusty is Mrs. Peter Monaco. Mrs. Monaco fill filled
ed filled in for Rusty's mother who is in the States. Rusty is a member of Explorer Post 4 which is
sponsored by Lodge 1414, B.P.O.E., Balboa. Shown In the picture from left to right are: Ber Bernard
nard Bernard F. Woods, Exalted Ruler of Lodge 1414; Mrs. Monaco; Rusty; Martin Hayes, Canal Zone
Boy Scout Council representative; and Nathan Ash ton, representing the district deputy of
Elkdom on the Isthmus. (Photo: Ernest Silva)

Congress Clears Way To Prepare
For 11th Hour Civil Rights Battle

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Nations, is pictured at. Tocumen Airport during a brief stopover here. With him, from left,
are. Silvio Hernandez, Alejandro Remon C. and Pablo Thayer. An ardent fan of horse racing,
the diplomat was feted by-outstanding personalities in local horse racing circles with a recep reception
tion reception at the Panama Hilton Hotel. ',- .'

Mosiac Tiles Can Set Pattern

For Interesting

Hobby At H

ome

If you're wondering what you 1'
do with all your time after the Chil Children
dren Children go back to school, you might
plan to expand your artistic in interests
terests interests with a creative handcraft.
There are different types of hand handcrafts
crafts handcrafts and schools and newspapers
carry notices of instruction
courses to get you started.
One that is' enjoying a boom in
popularity for several reasons is
mosaic work. Creating a tie
mosaic offers a chance to stretcii
a latent artistic talent, to sharpen
one's sense of colors and to make
something of lasting-, personal
value. Besides, you don t need to
invest in a lot of material nor do
you need much space to try your
There are mosaic kits with ready-made
designs to be tiled but if
you prefer to be more creative,
here's a run-down on the handcraft
by artist Patricia Schwartz, who
is noted through-out the midwest
for her stunning mosaic murals
and sand-casting in commercial
buildings and residences.
Besides her professional com commissions,
missions, commissions, this young and attrac attractive
tive attractive artist teaches her cralt to
tager amateurs in an adult edu education
cation education night school.
(Although you can do mosaics in
different types of materials, ce ce-ramie
ramie ce-ramie tile is a well-liked medium.
There are small square tiles com commonly
monly commonly used for mosaics and there
are also larger tiles four a.id a
quarter inches square scored on
the back into 36 smaller squares,
Which aw readily broken into vari vari-sized
sized vari-sized pieces."
'Mrs. Schwartz often uses these
latter tiles in her classes because
they are not expensive, they come
in a range of colors and textures
and they offer greater ease in
planning design shapes.
For the novice, Mrs. Schwaetz
has a caution or. two. She urges
aot to skimp dit the basic tools
jippers which are used to cut and
Shape tiles, a flexible spreader or
nalette knife, mastic and grout.

, The difference in price, between
mediocre nippers and the best is
nnlv a few dollars and the1 best

have replaceable cutting edges.)

Materials are usually obtained at

p art or hobby shop, or in ce ceramic
ramic ceramic supply liouses.
Do, she says, take your time in
working out i design. Graph pa paper
per paper may be a help in planning

a design. You way' want to copy
aJmotif already used in yqur home
furnishings, or you may prefer an

abstract design witn j:oior ana
tovtur h Imnortant elements.

Geometric reetanglej, square and
trainglei ai apt to- be the easiest

to work wiD although ttiei can
be coaxed into circles and curves'
with the niooers.

You can tile manyv thingsflat

surfaces, lamp. basts, ash trays

and bowls. But the beginner will
nrobablv find a flat 'wood urf

the most satisfactory on which to

work. J
Tiled-pieces tin m framed, as

Mrs. Schwartz has done,' in sim

ple wood moldings and used as
wall decorations;, as decorative
trays or hot plates, as centers
of tables or bases for flower ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Or use a flat-tiled
piece as a table top. Use tiled
pieces outdoors or indoors.
If you're going to tile a piece of
wood, Mrs. Schwartz advises us

ing 1-8 to 1-4-inch plywood for

most purposes except table tops

where 1-2-inch is better.

'Champagne Lady1
Set To Launch
Her New Career
HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Singer
Alice Lon, deposed "Champagne

Lady" of the Lawrence Welk or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, is launching a new career
of her own, she disclosed today.

The pretty vocalist said she had
been hard at work rehearsing mu musical
sical musical arrangements for her night nightclub
club nightclub act in which she will appear
at the Coconut Grove beginning
Oct. 14. Before that, however,
she will headline an act at a
Scottsdale, Ariz., hotel starting
Sept. 20.
'I'm real excited to get start started,"
ed," started," said Miss Lon "I've had
a great time rehearsing my new
act."

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TWO MILLION MILER Busi
driver -John M. Rittrr, 54,'
Tampa, 11a hag driven 2,00,-1
000 milea vitboot a chargbli
aoetctent A, senior driver tor
the Tamteml Trail wy where

J he baa worked atnee 1917, Ritter

naa orrvea only busee and tian
seldom traveled outside Florida;
He has had several autot hit
ma Iu4 but none' have been

. serious accidents. The miles he'

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Financial-Dealing
Fugitives Sought
In Rio De Janeiro

RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI)-A U.

S. Securities Exchang eCommis eCommis-sion
sion eCommis-sion investigator today linked

three top financial-dealing fugi

tives from American justice-Earl

Belle, Benjack Cage and Lowell

Birrell with Alexander L. Guter Guter-ma,
ma, Guter-ma, alleged stock juggler involv
ed in a 14 million dollar invest

ments scandal.
Investigator Edward C. Jaeger Jaeger-man
man Jaeger-man said he was in brazil to talk

with the three fugitives, who have

taken refuge hei'e. Jaerman said

the three men wer involvd in fi
nancial deals with New Yorker
Guterma which are being investi investigated
gated investigated in the United States.

Belle, who is from Pittsburgh,

Cage, of Texas, and Birrell, of
New York, are wanted in the U-

nited States in connection with

fraud. They cannot behanded ov

er to U. S. officials involuntarily,
however, because Brazil has no

extradition treaty with the Unit

ed States.

Jeagerman conferred with Belle
Wednesday and is scheduled to
meet with Birrell Friday. Satur Saturday
day Saturday he planned to travel to Sao
Paulo to see Cage.
The investigator said Belle dealt
with Guterma in connection with
the cornucopia Gold Mining Com Company,
pany, Company, with which Belle formerly
was associated. Fraud indictments
lodged against Belle in Pittsburgh
involved the mining company.
Jaegerman said Belle, the for former
mer former "boy wizard" financier of
Pittsburgh, may return, to the U U-nited
nited U-nited States with him at the end
of this month. He said many
guilty persons in the case have
not yet been named' the Belle was
"more guilty of indiscretion than
of theft."

WASHINGTON (UPI)-The 86th
CnnpressJ its eves set on a Mon-

rdayjwfht adjournment, rushed

tnrougn a series ot lesser must
bills yesterday to clear the way
for an eleventh-hour civil rights rights-ti,
ti, rights-ti, reign aid battle.
The lawmakers also were con confronted,
fronted, confronted, in their rush to hurry
home by a SenaterHouse dead deadlock
lock deadlock over legislation to authorize
higher- interest rates on govern government
ment government savings bonds. Negotiators
wis under strong pressure to
compromise but a solution did not
appear to be in sight.
Senate Democratic Leader Lyn Lyndon
don Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) said he
hoped to see Congress quit for the
yearMonday night but offered no

assurances the target aaie coum
be met. If it can, Congress will
not be in session hen Soviet
Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev ar arrives
rives arrives Tuesday morning.
Working on less controversial
measures, the Senate yesterdav
passed and sent to the House a
bill to establish a Federal Radia Radiation
tion Radiation Council that would let the

states take over part of the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility for protecting the pub public
lic public from radioactivity.
The states could be given au authority
thority authority to regulate the use of
radioactive materials in quanti quantities
ties quantities too sail to result in an ex explosion.
plosion. explosion. The federal government
would retain authority over larger
quantities.
The House gaye its final ap approval
proval approval to compromise legislation
providing for a $4,100,000,000 pro program
gram program o dispose of U.S. farm
surpluses at home and abroad.
The Senate now must act.
Included in the measure was a
feature to launch a 500-million-dollar
food stamp lan to dis distribute
tribute distribute free food to needy Amer Americans
icans Americans through local grocery
stores. The administration, which
opposes the plan, was expected to

let it die on tne vine.
Johnson said the Senate would
?j.end today debating the for foreign
eign foreign aid money bill. The big issue
there will be an attempt by civil
rights advocates to attach a rider
to extend the life of the civil
rights commission and give It op operating
erating operating funds.
Southerners are certain to talk
at considerable length against
such a move. But Johnson said
he hoped to finish action on the
aid-civil rights bill Monday, pass
some lesser measures and then
adjourn.
Speaker Sam Rayburn still held
out hope he lawmakers could
wind up their chores late to today
day today or early tomorrow. He said
the House would mee. Saturday
and remian in session until it be becomes
comes becomes clear the Senate can or
can't clean up its work.
Congressional leaders were not
very hopeful of breaking the
deadlock over interest rates on
savings bonds. The President has
hinted that he might call Con Congress
gress Congress back into session In ths fall
if it fails to act on the bill.
Two roadblocks to adjournment
were cleared Thursday when Con Congress
gress Congress sent the President a hous housing
ing housing bill said to be acceptable to
him and passed over his veto a
$1,183,309,093 public works bill. It
was the first Eisenhower veto
ever to be overridden.
As Congress prepared to wind
up its V4 month ession, Sen.
Clinton P. Anderson (D-N.M.) in introduced
troduced introduced a proposed constitution constitutional
al constitutional amendment to put the House
and Senate on an annual sched schedule
ule schedule of eight months in Washington
and four at home.
His move was the strongest step
yet taken by senators who have
been complaining about summer summer-long
long summer-long sessions which deny mem

bers vacations with their families
and contact with their constituents.

His amenment would require
Congress to adjourn on the first
Saturday after the first Tuesday
in July unless a later adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment date was authorized by a
three-fourths vote of members of
each house present and voting
Congress would reconvene on the

second Monday in November. If
passed by Congress, the amend
ment still would have to be ap
proved by three-fourths of the
state legislatures.
Similar proposals have been of offered,
fered, offered, by Sen. Margaret chase
Smith (R-Maine) among others.

TAX HAVEN HIT
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
House has sent to the Senate a
bill to curb the use of the Virgin
Islands as a "tax haven" for resi residents
dents residents and business interests from
the tax-ridden mainland. The
House unanimously passed the
bill yesterday in response to
Treasury Department complaints
that the U.S. possession in the
Caribbean is being too generous
in making tax inducements to at attract
tract attract new capital.

THE GEISHA BOY

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Soon!

CEN T R A L

Rudy Vallee Turns
To Politics, Wants
To Run For Mayor
HOLLYWOOD (UPI)- Old-time
crooner Rudy Vallee said today
he is seriously considering run running
ning running for mayor of Los Angeles.
One of the things holding up his
decision, he said is that the pre present
sent present mayor, Norris Poulson, is one
of his fraternity brothers.
"Also," said Vallee, 58. "I know
that any decision to run would
mean goodbye to my show busi business
ness business career even if I lose. Once
you've committed yourself to a
different profession, you can't go
back."
Vallee, whose nasal-voiced sing singing
ing singing through a megaphone set fe female
male female hearts a-flutter a quarter of
a century ago, hinted he was
peeved at Poulson for not taking
his oolitical aspirations seriously.

"Every time I see Norris, he

said, "I mention that I think I'll
run for mayor, and he looks at
me, as if I were nuts. We're fra fraternity
ternity fraternity brothers, and the least he
could do is be polite."
Vallee, the nation's No. 1 mati matinee
nee matinee idol and bandleader in the
earlv 1939's, conceded, however:
"Unfortunately, one of the
things against me is that there's
not much need for reform no
rackets or extortion in Los An Angeles.
geles. Angeles. That's the kind of stuff I
could tackle. I have a good friend
I'd make police chief. He's from
Massachusetts and a millionaire."

MRS. THELMA M. JAMISON, clerk stenographer in the Intelli Intelligence
gence Intelligence Division of Caribbiin Command, receives a check in the
amount of $100 in recognition of the US Army Outstanding Per Performance
formance Performance Award which she earned in May of this year. The
check was presented by Capt. George B. Raser, US Navy, as assistant
sistant assistant chief of staff for intelligence, at an office ceremony al the
unified command headquarters at Quarry Heights. A Federal
employe for nearly 18 years, Mrs. Jamison is married to Wil William
liam William T. Jamison, an employe of the U. S. Navy at Ft. Amador.
(US Army Photo)

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ST. IVES, England (UPI) (UPI)-Nlcholas
Nlcholas (UPI)-Nlcholas Phillips, aMerman and
deputy mayor ofiSt. Ives, under under-tuk
tuk under-tuk a relentless war on litterbugs
in his capacity as chairman of
the town's public health commlt commlt-et.
et. commlt-et. Yesterday, St. Ives' had its
first prosecution unde- the litter
prl. Nicholas Phillips was fined
$5.60 for dumping waits on ths
city's reach.

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serve two purposes. They can travel over virtually all types of
terrain, transporting liquid inside them. The Rolli-Tankers,
which are 64 Inches hih and 42 inches wide, comprise the
major part of a rolling fluid transporter. Goodyear has been
awarded an $800,000 contract to manufacture 166 of the trans transporters.
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GENERAL. MRS. GAITHER HONORED AT SI KIYAKI

AT RESIDENCE OF JAPANESE MINISTER NIMOMIYA
Lt. Gen. Ridfely Gaither, Commander in Chief, Carib-
' bean Command, and Mrs. Gaither were guests of honor at
; Kn informal "sukiyaki" given by the Minuter of Japan and
i Mrs. -Ken Nimomija at their reiidence.
Other guests included Mrs. Gaither i sister, Mrs Millard
i Arnold, her son, Millard Arnold Jr., Misi Matllde McCamas,
? the general's aide ,Capt. James R. Lawrence, and Mrs. Lawr-
i BDce.

flmedor 'Officers Wives
f Meet Wednesday
i- rue tort Amaaor utncers wives
31ub will hold its first meeting
rf the new club year at 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday at the Fort Amador
Jfficers Open Mess.
K The program will feature a dis-
,..remn ftti hn.ir In hiiu inH rmT
or silver in the tropics. Also of
interest will be a display of books
itbout the Isthmus set up by the
ftFort Amador librarian.
If . ... , :.,
Hostesses ior ir.e luneneon win
e wives of Security Service De
tachment personnel, with Mrs. Ho-
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A YEAR'S MOTORING IN THREE WEEKS!
Once Ajain The Vauxhall Victor Demonstrates Its
Reliability, Durability And Economy
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The loneest and mcst severe endurance test of man and

tear conducted in South Africa

ganized by General Motors South African to demonstrate, the
outstanding ability of the Victor Vauxhall.
i For 21 days a Vauxhall Victor sedan criss-crossed South A A-frica
frica A-frica at near maximum speeds, travelling each dav between 400
and 000 miles.
, The total distance covered during this marathon test was

IB.437 miles equivalent to a year's normal motoring in exactly

(three weeks, and approximately 3,000 miles of the distance
fwere over dirt roads.
I This test run was combined with a national contest the
"Follow the Victor" Competition and it was imperative that the
injur appear in-a pre-determined town each dav between 1:30

mild 2:30 p.m. rne victor ana us

pointment during the 21 days of gruelling travel.
' The Victor averaged 34.17 miles per gallon over the total dis-
'tftnee of 9,437 miles, and oil consumption was neelleiblc.
The almost incredible ability of the Victor to take severe
minishmpnt. was errmhnsized bv the fact that the onlv trouble

(.xperienced throughout the enhre
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DOROTHY CHASE'S
Studio of Dance
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL, BALBOA
BALLET TOE CHARACTER TAP ACROBATIC
Special classes for kindergarten and pre school tots.
Registration will be held at the K of C
Wednesday and Thursday, September 16 and 17
from 2:30 to 5 p.m.

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TOMORROW SUNDAY
WILL BE THE GALA
Chilean TUahi
sponsored by S. E. Tedfilo Reyes Ceicla
In the luxurious Bella Vista Room

Chilean Dinne
at regular priee
Last Performance
of tht magnificent Chilean Conjunto
LOS QUINCHEROS
Dance Music by
CLARENCE MARTIN and His Orchestra
No Sunday Evening Buffet
4t Ko CoTer or Minimum CharRe
! T0NI0HT ONLY 8 p.m.
PATIO DANCI- FESTIVAL
. Bpecia.1 fund-raising benefit to s n.l Panama's "Coniunto
Tiplco de Leonidas Cajar" to Miami. The "Conjunto'' Is
' Panama's leading dance team, performinn all
daneei typical of the Republic of Panama.
! $1.50 Victor M. Paz and
Y la theetl Hla Spectacular Orchestra

envide

! fore Monday noon to Mrs.
j Sutherland, Amador 517.
Peggy
Dancing This Evening
At Cristobal YMCA
"Requestfully Yours" will be
theme of tonight's dance from
ft to 11 p,m. at the Cristobal
1 '"-"
by volunteers and members of
.lie Girlj' Service Organization
will serve as dance partners.
1 All servicemen in the area arc
invited to attend.
Rebekah Card Club
To Resume Meetings
The Rebckah Chanty Card Club
'will resume its bi-mothly card
for many years was recently or
crew never missca a single ap
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A pot luck luncheon will be
served. Guests and friends of mem
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Legion Auxiliary
Has Binge Party
I Patients at Gorgas Hospilal
'were guests of American Legion
Auxiliary Unit Seven at a bingo
party Wednesday evening.
! Homemade cakes and punch
!were served during the refresh refresh-I
I refresh-I ment period.
Birth Announcement
Capt. and Mrs. Raymond Arch Arch-aba!
aba! Arch-aba! of Albrook Air Force Base
announce thj birth of their third
son on August 30 at Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. He has been named Tedd
Anthony.
The maternal grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Endara of
Panama City and tie paternal
grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Justo Archbal of Wilmington, Ca Calif.
lif. Calif. Java Club Gathering
At Cristobal YMCA
Coff-e and doushnuts will be
wed at the informal Java Club
rrreting tomorrow morning at 8:30
at the Cristobal YMCA.
Transportation will be provided
(or servicemen to various chaureh
es at 9:15 nd 10:30 a.m.
Arlington Burial
For Juicfde Pact
VWim. Aoe 16
SPRINGFIELD. Va, (UPI) -The
16-year-old victim of a sui suicide
cide suicide pact wi'l be buried in Arling Arlington
ton Arlington Cemetery today.
His 15-year-old girl friend, an
apparen' p.-rtnT in the haffling
'rust for death remained in a
com;i at Ft. Belvoir Army Hos-1
nit n.
The two, both children of lieu
tenan' compels stationed at the
Pen'ac.'n, wer- found in a locked
car near hre Wednesday. The
toy, Peter .1. Riorrtan was dead
of carbon monoxide poisoning. He
had ricscfi up a garden hose
Tom the exhaust pipe through a
window of the car.
His Hsh school classmale. Pa Pa-'r'cia
'r'cia Pa-'r'cia Arcubriiis, is still alive but
unconscious Both had left fare farewell
well farewell notes teHing of "messed up"
lives and tnC desire to go to "an "another
other "another world." k
PUer'5 mother, Mrs. Don F.
Riordan, said she honed othr
teen agers would benefit from the
racedv's lesson.
"If they feel they have prob prob-1
1 prob-1 nis I hone thev will ta'k them
out with their parents," she said.
Quote Unquote
WASHINGTON Pres;dent Ki Ki-i
i Ki-i lower, describing in a nation nation-v
v nation-v dc radio-TV address his hopes
lor his forthcoming exchange o
v sits with Soviet Premier Nikita
S. Khrushchev:
"It is my profound hope that
some real progress will be forth forthcoming,
coming, forthcoming, even though no one would
be so bold as to predict such an
outcome."
NEW YORK Rookie Patrol Patrolman
man Patrolman Richard Ware, 22, who had
several bottles, sticks and stones
thrown at him by a hostile crowd
when he arrested two teen-age
ang members, describing his
job:
"You get something thrown at
you every night. They come from
roos and doorways. You don't see
anybody, but the kids stand off
and jeer. .There you are out
here trying to do a job, and the
kids are laughing and jeering at
you. It makes you feel pretty fun
ny sometimes.
OAKLAND, Md. Roy Dixon,
II. describing 1he crash of a
" hoot bus and a train that killed
seven children and injured 19
others:
"II seemed everybody rushed to
the doors -of the bus all at once,
one girl she got stuck in the
door. I didn't know what to do.
Finally somebody pushed her
out. Later I saw some blood on
the door."
MARINE BOSS MaJ. Gen.
D.ivid M. Slioup has been ap appointed
pointed appointed the new Marine Corpa
Commandant by President
Eisenhower. A Medal of Honor
winner, he succeeds Gea
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Journalist-Poet

ACROSS
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journalirt and
pot, Jame
Taylor
7 He traveled
xtemively
in tho
and Europe
13 Speaker
14 Pauser
15 jVIadi anew
18 Modest
17 Number!
(b.)
18 Dri ing
command
20 Butterflie
21 Diiposed of
in a will
23 Enticing
woman
2 Martian
(comb, form)
S Sweet potatOM
4 Indonesian
of Mindanao
5 Staff
8 Sediment
7 Trying
experience
I Scottish
sheepfold
9 Doctrine
10 Toiletry case
11 Fiddling
emperor
12 Very (Er.)
19 Greek letter
21 Bed canopy
22 All
23 Rag
24 Mistakes
23 Begone, cat!
28 frightened
32 Wave top
33 Thinf found
34 Violin maker
33 Musical
qualitiei
38 Diminished
39 Expunge
40 Menda
42 Entire
43 Italian
geddets
48 Roulette
wager
49 Opined'
32 He was a
to Germany
in 1878
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a a dram
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Teammates Of Slain Brazil Athlete
Expected To Uphold Murder Theory

NAPERV1LLE, III., Sept. 11
(UPI) An inquest opened today in into
to into the mysterious shooting death of
a Pan-American athlete from Bra Brazil.
zil. Brazil. Teammates of the slain ath athlete
lete athlete were expected to tell the co coroners'
roners' coroners' jury they believe he was
robbed and murdered by Chicago
hoodlums whiL on a secret gun gun-buying
buying gun-buying mission.
Police also said they were the
ginning to believe Ronaldo Dun Duncan
can Duncan Arantes was murdered and
left lying on the North Central
College campus here.
But the identity of Arentes'
slayer remained as much a mys mystery
tery mystery as when his body was found
early last Monday near the col college
lege college dormitory where he and oth other
er other South American participants
in the Pan-American games were

Estranged Husband 0( Maria Callas:
They Are In Love Like Children

MILAN, Italy, Sept. 12 (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The estranged husbant of Maria
Meneghini Callas said today that
the operatic diva and Greek ship
owner Aristotle Onassis "are in
love like children."
, Onassis took Miss Callas off on
h yacht, "Christina," yesterday
Tina Onassis, his wife, was not
"board when the yacht left Venice
for the Greek islands.
Industrialist Battista Meneghini
separated from Madame Callas,
declared by telephone from his
Lake Garda villa in northern I I-taly:
taly: I-taly: "Tl ere Is a sentimental link be between
tween between my wife and Onassis. They
are in love like children."
Meneghini spoke in a calm voice
which belief some of his bitter bitterness.
ness. bitterness. Some aspects of the affair
he delcined to discuss for publica
tion. But he did say:
MISS ESTHER MARTHA MIL MILLER,
LER, MILLER, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Isaac Miller of Colon, leaves to today
day today for the States to resume her
studies at Southern Methodist
University, Dallas, Texas An
honor graduate of the class of
the class of 1959 at Cristobal
High School, she is the recipiem
of a partial music scholarship a
warded by the Frank Ullrich
Foundation In Colon and a tuition
scholarship offered,-tySouthern
Methodfst.

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28 Feminine
appellation
27 Han est
29 Cuenon
monkey
44 Wift Of
Tyndareuf
48 Slavic
midwife
47 Gudrun'a
30 Nights before
husband
31 From hlmselt 48 Observed
37 1.yrlc poems 50 Drinking cup
38 Dibble 81 Before
41 Small islands S3 Entomology
42 Fruit drinka (ab.)
43 Fasting period 54 Elongated fish
quartered.
The murder theory gained add added
ed added credence yesterday when po police
lice police revealed they were unable to
find their buttons missing from
Arantes' new shirt.
Earlier, police had thought Ar Arantes
antes Arantes committed suicide or ws
shot accidentally in the dormito dormitory
ry dormitory and his body dumped on the
campus to avo'd a scandal,
But Naperville policemen said
they had dug up the ground
where the body waa found nd
and shifted it through a fine
mesh without finding the but buttons.
tons. buttons. This, plus the tearing of Ar Arantes'
antes' Arantes' jacket pockets and the find finding
ing finding of his ripped-up identifica identification
tion identification card in the dormitory, all
pointed toward robbery and mur murder.
der. murder. "I do not consider Onassis a
gentleman."
Onassis and his wife, Madame
Callas and Meneghini cruised the
Medlterran this summer on the
"Christina," with Sir Winston
Churchill at)d his family also a a-board.
board. a-board. Onasslj left his wife Tina in
Paris and sailed into the Adriatic
on his yacht at dusk Friday with
his "good friend" Maria Callas.
The Greeks shipping magnate,
who is onr of the richest men
in the world, and the tempers tempers-mental
mental tempers-mental diva who has announced
breakup of her marriage to 62-year-old
Giovanni Battista Mene-
gi ni, were headed for Greece,
port authorities said. The New
York-born soprano is of Greek
pescent.
Italian police said other passcfi passcfi-j!"rs
j!"rs passcfi-j!"rs abord the glistening white
yacht, Christina, named for On On-issis'
issis' On-issis' wife, were the ship owner's
sister, Artemis, and his cousin,
Coula.
Both Onassis and the singer
have denied they are anything
more than "good friends" who had
some business matters to discuss.
It was reported Onassis was con considering
sidering considering financing a Callas film.
, Both also have denied Italian
newspaper reports that Onassis
'was responsible for Miss Callas
spilt with millionaire Meneghini,
who had been acting as her man manager.
ager. manager. First cracks in the singer's 10 10-year
year 10-year marriage were reported to
have appeared during the Medi Medi-terenean
terenean Medi-terenean cruise aboard the Onas Onassis
sis Onassis yacht earlier this year.
Onassis gave scores of news newsmen
men newsmen the slip Friday when he flew
Miss Callas to Venice in his pri private
vate private plane from a small airport
near Milan. He stopped off for
Miss Callas and her pet poodle
on a flight rrom Hans where On Onassis
assis Onassis saw his wife and mother-in-law
and arranged to send his two
children back to school next week.
Instead of landing at Venice's
Lido Airport, where newsmen
waited to ply hin with questions,
Onassis had his pilot land In the
lagoon. A motor launch whisked
him snd Miss Callas to the wilt wilting
ing wilting yacht.
CENiRAL

Women Better mfed W Spmetwhg
ThahMeti, Claims PfoMeWiNefiMV Show

NEW YQRK-(UPU.- Don't
let anyone tell you Uie fair sex
is the weaker sex. Women can
out-survlve men in space says a
TV-movie producer who has re researched
searched researched the subject.
"Women's bodies are built to
withstand the tremenpous shock
of pregnancy. Their skin is con con-iructeu
iructeu con-iructeu differently with insula t t-ng
ng t-ng layers of fat which protects
them rrom the cold. If s.iot into
space, women could better endure
Uie isolation and Inactivity be because
cause because they have less muscular
and nervous energy, than men.
And women generally have more
resistance to sickness," said Ivan
fori, who will launch a televisiou
series Sept. 12 (NBC).
The series, "The Man and the
Challenge," is based on man's i
bility to survive the worst of na nature
ture nature and science and will show show-how
how show-how far a person can go to -j-
dapt himself to conditions of
the future.
"Women are mere patient and
tolerant, and can stand the
same routine. Their metabolism
it lower, so they require lots
food and oxygona vital, fac
tor on a trip in apace," Tors
said.
Women also are steadier and
less easily discouraged.
Because of these physical dif
ferences, Tors said women should
replace men as pilots, doctors, ev even
en even surgeons, snd laboratory work
ers and in electronics snd preci
sion jobs.
We must meet the challenge
of the Soviet Union and regain
the afvantage, he said in sn in
terview on a trip to New York.
'We can t afford to waste 25 per
cent of our manpower women.
"It's tho nature of an Amer American
ican American to pamper women, and we
re pampering our women tre tremendously.
mendously. tremendously. But Russia will force
us Into mobilising womanpewer.
It would bo nice to see a pla placid
cid placid family life, but that cannot
ko as long as we have a cold
war," Tors added.
Just when women will move in
to labs and factories en-masse is
anybody's guess, but the Hungarian-born
producer believes once
the move starts, it will continue
throughout our lifetime, then be
come a habit, a way of life.
Would Tors want his wife, ac
tress Constance Dowling, to man
a space ship to, ssy, Mars?
"Well," Tors hesitated. "If we
could go together. ."
In researching his new series,
the producer as taken brain
washing and isolation tests, un undergone
dergone undergone hypnosis, climbed into
pressure suits, ice chambers and
doorless planes. He jumped into a
burning cockpit to see if it was
safe for a stuntman, and once
walked into a lion's cage to see
how scared I would get."
He also conducted a test for a
professor at the University of
California at Los Angeles to see
how a stuntman snd womsn would
react to revolving at high speed
in a specially designed cockpit,
After 12 revolutions, the man
passed out, but the woman "was
going strong,
If women would make better
space ship pilots, why aren't they
included among the astronauts?
"Because they haven't listened
to me yet,' he said, grinnin?.
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SCHEDULED IPIAKIR-Charles
McG. Brandl. (above) project en
gineer on the Panama Canal
widening project, is the shcedul shcedul-ed
ed shcedul-ed speaker at Monday's meeting
of the Society of Americsn Mili
tary Engineers. Brandl's talk is
entitled "That Ships May Pass,"
and will outline, with illustraious,
the method, procedure and pro progress
gress progress on the widening of the Ca Canal
nal Canal along Paraiso, Cu c a r a c h a
Reach, including blasting and re
moval of contractor's Hill to per
mit two-way ship passange form
Pedro Mieuel To Gamboa. The
meeting -will be held In the
Fern Room of the TivoUv guest

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!. , THE VOICE OF
MU ) BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgalkn

Elaine Stritch, who went out to
do "The Vlllsie Vanities" at the
John Drew Theatre in East Hamp
ton as a favor for some trienas,
fuite the cast an hour after the
dress rehearsal when a socially
prominent chap also in the re revueinsulted
vueinsulted revueinsulted her in a local bis bistro,
tro, bistro, .Hedy Lamarr is dating Dan Danny
ny Danny Elmsn, once billed as a future
husband for Joan Davis. .Travr
elers returning from London re-
oort that the British censors
snipped the shipboard scene from
Some Like it riot," Marnyn moo-
roe's triumph. Quite surprising
when you consider they're the
gentlemen who approved "Room
at the Top," one of the most out outspoken
spoken outspoken films ever shown.
Wealthy Louis Lorlllard is still
planning legal surprises for his
estranged wife, Ilslne...Brlgette
Sardot's brain trust are un unhappy
happy unhappy because they feel U.S. au audiences
diences audiences aren't as excited about
their girl as they once wore. .
Out in hot Las Vegas the most
sluling gossip concerns tho se secret
cret secret dates of one of tho best of
the fern mo pop singers and a Hoi
lywood glamor boy quite a few
years her (unior.
No one can say Jackje Gleason
hasn't made the rehearsals of
'Take Me Along" livelier than
they would have been without him.
His favorite yelp sometimes In
the middle of a Eugene O'Neill
line is "Boose!" and it sends mi minions
nions minions scurrying out to get beer
for the boss. .Starlet Mary Lee
Bowe has been consolins TV star
Jim Arness since he split with his
wife. .Benny Goodman tried to
get Barney Kessel, the talented
jazz guitarist, for his European
tour, but Barney wanted exactly
twice as much money as Benny
was willing to pay. .Paul Paw-
lowski, the nost at we i-oiqsaise,
celebrates a triple anniversary
Sept. 13. It's his birthday, his wed wedding
ding wedding date, and the day he open opened
ed opened his restaurant 13 years ago. .
Pretty Linda Lombard is dating
Hugh O'Brian.
One world note: Sergei Khrush
chev. on of Nikita. bears an un
canny resemblance to America's
own singing ui, Steve Lawrence.
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South was a duplicate player
showing off his skill in a rubber
bridge game.
He ruffed the second diamond
and remarked, "Herd's where I
show you boys how to mnke an
overtnek."
Suiting the action to the word
South played a club to dummy and
ruffed another diamond. Now he
led the queen of spades and con
tinued with the jack, overtaking in
dummy. East showed out and sud
denly South had lost both his over
trick and his contract ilnce noth
ing could keep West from making
a trump, a heart and a diamond in
addition to the trick he already
had.
Of course, if trumps had broken
nicely South would have made his
overtrlck and I would have no
quarrel with his play had the
game been duplicate.
At rubber bridge he was proper
ly punished for taking an unneces
sary risk.
After ruffing the second diamond
he should simply have drawn
trumps and made his 10 tricks;
five clubs, a diamond ruff in his
hand and four trumps in dummy
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. .The Savannah Cluo is try log t
persuade Loray White, the form former
er former Mrs. Sammy Davis Jr., to head head-l.ne
l.ne head-l.ne its new show. .
Prank Leessor has solved one
of his problems In connection
with "Oroenwlllow"-he's found
goose that can honk In three three-quarter
quarter three-quarter time but now ho needs
a pig that can whistle. .So you
didn't raise your daughter te be
an across? Ilixaboth Taylor is
currently asking a cool 11,000, 11,000,-000
000 11,000,-000 te appear In a picture.
The producers of "Mark Twain
Tonight," closing in New York to
fulfill notional tour commitments,
say they received enough ticket
requests in the past two weeks to
justify another three months of
performances here. .The mar.
riage of a former big league base baseball
ball baseball manager and his attrsctivt
wife is in big lesgue trouble.
Chums who considered It a per perfect
fect perfect match hope they'll straight straight-en
en straight-en things out before headlines
erupt.
When the front pages displayed
pictures of the teenage hoodlums
nicknamed "Dracuia,r and "The
Umbrella Msn," some West Side
subway riders recognized them as
the same swaggering punks who
caused a commotion the night af after
ter after the playground murders by
tossing wads of paper into the
overhead fans, pelting the pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, and using foul languege.
..The newest hangout for serious
jazz lovers is the Showpiece on
W. 4th St. The attraction is pis pis-nist
nist pis-nist Bill Evsns, who has been win winning
ning winning applause from the critics as
well as his fellow musicians. .
Mrs. Ben Gross, wife of the radio radio-TV
TV radio-TV columnist, is covalescing af after
ter after her recent collapse and so sojourn
journ sojourn at Flower Hospital.
Marge and Gower Champion, cur.
rently touring Russia, write home
that their Soviet backstage visi visitors
tors visitors exhibit lively interest In learn,
ing the basic steps of the samba,
the cha-cha, the mambo and the
jitterbug. . virtually unknown
dancer, Juliett Prowse, Is expect expected
ed expected to become a sensation when
the movie version of "Can Can"

is released. Meanwhile, the lucky
chap playing Romeo in her pri
vate life is actor Nico Minardos.
At least some of the postal em.
pleyes think It's perfectly logi logical
cal logical that Tholonius Monk, tho big
daddy of modern azx, should
have his likeness decorating a
postage stamp. A number of let.
tori mailed by fun-loving azi
fans have gone to their destina destination
tion destination using the promotion stamp
issued as a gimmick by Riverside
Records. (Tho face value of a
Tholonius stamp Is 33 1-3, ap appropriately
propriately appropriately enough.). .
Carroll Baker's big dramatia
scene in "But Not for Me" m
which she tells off Clark Gable Gable-has
has Gable-has inspired wild applause and
"bravos' at every screening so
far. .George Shearina and his
new 18-piece band have been
signed for the Newport Jazz Festi
val's first national tour kickff data
Sept, 17 at Town Hall.
Next Week's Firing
Schedule Announced
By Army Command
Headquarters of the U.S. Army
Caribbean has announced that an.
tiarieraft cuns at Battery Mac Mac-Kenzie
Kenzie Mac-Kenzie will fire over the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Sea during next week.
Activity will be carried on from
7 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily includinf
Sept. 1, when the USS Thrush
will be firing near the area.
Those who may be boating or
flying in the area are warned that
firing will extend a maximum ho ho-rimntal
rimntal ho-rimntal range of 18.8 miles from
""o decrees fdue north) to 270
degrees (due west) from Batterv
MacKenrie. The maximum altl.
hide will h po.sno feet.
Units of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, will be engaged la
weapons activity at the Rio Hato
training area all week. Firing will
be carried out on a 24-hour-a-day
basis, with mortars and rifles be be-'ng
'ng be-'ng utilized. Maximum altitude will
be 13,500 feet and the horizontal
range 8,400 yards.
Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. next
Monday, Tuesday and Wednes.
day, Banana Island will be used
for student instruction in expl expl-'ve
've expl-'ve traininc. The
charge will be 20 pounds, TNT.
Troops from the Jungle War War-iai
iai War-iai Training Center will be oper
ating at the Fort Sherman Know
Pittance Range all week on a 34-hour-a-day
basis beginning at one)
minute after midnight next Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Rifle and machine gun firing
is scheduled lft maximum al altitude
titude altitude of 100 feet and a horizontal
range of yards.
At Pins Field V inng' Rang,
exercises are- scheduled betweesj
f! p.m. and midnight on Monday,
involving rifle and machine gusj
firing and detonation of greadei
and demolition 'blocks. Maximum
altitude will be 100 feet and tht
horizontal range will be 80 'yards.
Firing Is also scheduled for Pina
Light ArtiUery range on 24-hour.
a-day basis beginning at one mln
. lute. after mldnli
light on Sunday and

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7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO. C.Z.
Invoy Mxs. C. U Moseley
Suiana Street
11:00 Hollnaaa Meeting
fOtON CENTRAL
lr, Cgptala 4k Mrt. H. Grant
ith Sweet, Phone 31-743
11:00 Hollneu MeeUng
1:00 Sunday Icbeol
1:30 Salvation Meeting
SOLON THIRD STRUT
lr. Captain Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
'
RAINBOW CITV. CZ.
Envoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Union Churches
BALBOA
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Church Office 3-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free pus
.--..i.. r'l.xai 4nr all aaea.
10 :o' a JJ Worahlp Service -Church
Time Story Hour for Sergartao
and Primary Children. Chureh-Ttae
Cradle noil ana nursery.
-m-iM Pnat HIah Pallowahip.
i30 p.m-l:00 p.m. Junior High
i'Sop-m. Senior High fellowship.
uaer.antTi
Margarita Ave. and BoUvar Hwy.
Rev Theodora E. Franklin Paalot
Phones: Office, 1-M41. Rea- a-1491
Sunday Sarvleeai
S:l em. Church School. Bus parvlee.
CUsaea: Kunary through adult
XIM a.m. MortUns Worahlp.
Nun en rot Infant and email ohO ohO-dren.
dren. ohO-dren. 100 am. Junior Fellowship.
S:lt p.m. Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule el suxlUsry ae ae-tlvltles
tlvltles ae-tlvltles and official meeting aa an announced
nounced announced from week to ween.
ReWamer M- Alderien. Paalot
, OH.! 1-470 Rea.: 1-H0
1:30 a.m. Sunday School.
m.iA Mnrnlne Worahlp.
Official' meetings and weea-dar
vitlsa aa announcea.
Christian Scientist
t-hirfta ai Chnrchaa
tHrat Church ol Christ, Selthrt, Aaaaa
180 Ajtean aviuiowa
Sunday Service 11:00 m. Sun day
School 1:10 e m.
Wadneedajt 1:09 J n; A
n,in. Smm V& Balboa Read Open
dally except Sunday and holidays rora
40 to 11:30 am. and 140 ta 1:00 p.m.
Saturday: 1:39 to llflo am.
Evening Hour 1:00 to 1:00 pm. anet
Wednesday and Saturdays.
first church op christ
scientist; ohi
:' Alt nhurrh arvlraa will be held
the Ground rioer Room ol the Mamie
Temple In Cristobal (neat door to the
Margarita Florist). Entrance la an Bat
boa Avenue through the Arcade.
i ai llio e.m.
Wednesday evening lonimoiuai mwwv
ini g:m a'cioca,
k.mri.v arhnol la held at 1:3a am.
. Reading Room Hours Monday 1:09
a 4:99 pm. Wednaeday 8:00.9a fill
7- 1 ... J ...... A
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eav dags writing v W4Maabf at the lata at ep ehaaflee
re tha geatlni Serarelar'g ahnreli Pat.
Miaitter. aeareb secretariat and cttaplpias arp aakad ta tarera the
at Paaaau aad Calea. KpfublM a PMama. aitaaa" waUaaia l B
tiavw H pa taa a-pmaa a rap pratap parviaat, aaa H aiviliaa aakjp.
ppr. Mppp1! pp' PtrppRpia.
A t aublia parvMa. TKp "paam Aataricaa laxta balpw, by daaaiat.
apHaai, patitat p baara a wanbia pa aaai rppulii palivitia.
Ibtlaii an rafataa hw tima ra tiata. Qaaamlnptiaa bavina aaly
ana ar wa (aaaraaptiaiM ara litraa aaa'ar "Othpr Cbwtbai $ricp
A ipaflal Uariat la taclaaa' Hr Mrviaai al Army Air Paraa bam
aaa Naval aratiaaa.

Catholic
ST. HASrB CHUatCH-aUlpaa
Sunday aiawas: 10. ;00, 10 M arte
11:00 ajd.
Holy Day Maaaaei pa, a:w. uiaa ajsi
i no :0 P.m
Coofaaionnf. Baturaay. ip la
and 7:00 S:U0 pm Tburaday,
MpTMf
rirat rnaay- t:pv
avaeuioiw eei nm
1M P S)
in Mondaya,
Catechise elaaa prtar Ike 10 awst
n Sunday
Klah School Study CluP 1J0 p.aa o
Wednesday
SACKED HajtBT Aneea
Sunday Meases. fM, 740 P40 pjp
Holy Day nuaapat lift pas anJ l:0r
in
Cpnlaaslona: aaniraay :w 10 p.w arto
:16 ( 8:00 p.m. Tautaday aafara fu
Criday 1:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart pe an aaa: two om or
Vidayi.
uateenuni ciaaai a:ia so e:e pjsv or
Fhuraday.
OUR LADT Or r A TIMA C orange
Sunday Maa at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mara at 3:30 p.m.
Cpntawlona: (:00 to t'M P4S an Sat
arday.
taieenum umi aaiuraay aav to w
ajn.
ST. JOSKPH-raralpp
Sunday Maasaa at 1:00 and 1:11 a.a
Holy- Day Mass at :HI p m
Weekday Hpsaaa: ,;00sm.
Confeesfoiw.' Saturday 1:19 IP 4 JO nc
30 to 7:30.
Cetechlma Clam- Sunday l0 u 4. -01
p.m
Miraculous Medal Noventi 1M p.m
n Friday
Convert laatruetlanai Thursday :W'
p m.
ST. VINCENTS Panama city
Sunday Maasaa. 4 00 and I 30 a.m
Hoty bay Masaaa: 1:30 and 1:00 p.m
(It H falls on Saturday the Mamas an
l 00 and 1:30 a.m
Confessions: Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 ano
i .00 to 1:00 p.m Thursdays before Flrai
rnaay 7:so p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sla
Hons of the Croaa: Friday 7 40 p.m
Catechism Clam: After 1:10 mass or
Sunday
rhuradav
Convert Class. M p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THCRKSA'S CPPOll
Sunday Man: 1:30 a m.
Holy Day Mass: 8:00 am (It It tall
in Saturday 1:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3.30 to 1:00 pm or
Monday
Confessions: :00 to 1:30 a.m Sunday
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DS l-A SAIX1
Parqpe Lefevre
Sunday Masses 8 JO and 8:ltl a m.
Week Dave Maaa: 1:30 Man.. Thurs
Frt. and Sat First frtday maaa: l;60 am
Holy Day Maasaa- a:oo ajn, w a:ui'
p.m. n-
Confessions: 3:30 to 4J0 pud 7:00 to
;00 pm. on Saturday
Miraculous pieoai novonai row
B' ... .......
Coutcnisra Class. .sv p.m on suniui
ml, rHtRESEP La Mo
Convert Class: Monday 7:t p.m
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 1:30 p.m.
Cnnfamlons: Saturday 4:30 to 7:30 D.m
Thursday before First Friday 1:10 p.m..
Catpcnistn ciam: a:a p.m. on sunoij
Sacred Heart Novena: T:00 or
Convert raam: e:an pjsi. somttom
ATLANTIC SIDE
ST JOSEPH'S CelOB
Sunday Massea: 1:41. 1:00 and a
Holy Day Maasaa: 1:41 and 1:00 a
tod o:il PJav
Contasuons: Saturday 4:00 ta 1:00 and
l .00 ta S:00 p.m. ....
MlraouMus MPOPI novanai wnmNi)
8:11 and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena. anaay i:ia pjn
: amulav Evanlna Services 1 :00 P 4B.
Convert Class: 7:11 p.m on Monday
and Thursdays
cateenism wiant aunaay iv.it m m
11:41 a.m. 1:00 pm to 4:00 p.m.
First Frldav Exnoaltlon of Meat Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 1:30
ajn. Saturday morning.
First aaiuraay dpvouoiw i our baoy
of Fstlrrs The Holy Rosary 1:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil
dren Mondaya and Thursdays 4:00 te
I :pp p.m.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Criatlbal
Sunday Massea: 1:00. 1:00 and 10:30 am.
Holy bay Maasaa: IKW. :00 am and
S:ll p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 ta 1:00 and
I :oo to a:oo p.m. -nsr noaary aaea eve-
una.
Miraculous Medal Havana i 1:11 and
7 ttO p.m. on Monday.
catechism ciaas: Ana a mo mam an
Sunday.
First Friday
Exposition all day during
the School Tear.
First Saturday i Maaa at 1:00 am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
Sunday Masses: t-jo, i:jo. x aiu
First Saturday Maaa: ..... 8:00 am,
Weekday Maaaea IK am
Saturday ... 1:00 am. to 1:00 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena 7 KM) pm
Holv Sav Masses' 740 am. 1:11 am
Confession . :4I pat. to 4:41 p.m
ovary Monday.
Parish Famllv Reaan and
Benedietlon 140 pm
every Wodneede.
Discussion Inquiry Oreup 740 pm
every rnaay.
1st Frlda Devotlona ... TH e.m
let Saturday Devotions .. 140 p.m.
ST. VINCENTS Ratnbew City
Sunday Maasceji 8 :30 a.m. and 140
a.m.
Holy Day Maaeeei 1:90 am and 140
pm.
Confeaelonat 441 ta 140 and 740 to
8:00 p m. Batyrday.
Catechism Clasa; 11:41 a m. an Sundaj
Convert a see every Monday, al 74
pm. i
Mtreculou Medal Novanai 748 am
en Tuesday.
Jljeri heart Heiauai 140 am, at
OsmnrLAtB CoVcaTTPOWi Slataj
, Sunday Maaa' 1:11 am
Hoiy Day Memt 18 pm.
- CesuWonai 849 to IM p.m. aa Bai
uroay.
C'tarhlsra Clas 44a a-a. an Monday
wa basrx tyr ktod voineaai.
Sunday Masaee: 740 and 148 am.
Holy Day Msasssi 140 am. and 148
nm
Cenfeaeiena Saturday at tM am. and
aner au evening oevonuna.
Baptisms by appointment
MlraeuKaua Medal Nonrenal 149
on Tueedav.
Saered Heart Nevenai 749 pm an
rnaay.
Sunday School! I M pm. aa Stmdev
ReUaieua Inatructloa Claaa far Coil'
drea; 4:0 p.m aa Thursday.
Rsllaieue Inetruetlen for e durst (On
ducted .k gparuh)l 149 pm. aa) Mon

Episcopal

The St Mv PV Htbet (saadea, S T 0
fke Van Rav. Maui en t
S.TJ. Paaa
4NCUN
TUB CATHEDRAL Or ST. LUK
SUNDAYS
1UNDAYS
7 M em Holy Commtinlon.
:U am Church School (Holy Cam
munion 3rd Sunday i.
1:10 la Santa
commi
union, trd Sun
day
Ksvueia uomtniKi' e;i u
11:00 am Morning Prayer and Set
mon. Holy ComnuinTon 1st Sunday
7:00 p.m Evenlnp Service.
UNl3UAKS
ijita. Holy Communion.
'M gn Evening Prayer.
atOLl DAYS
e:ua a Holy Communion.
to a m Moiy wommumen.
OAILT
. Ik ea. Mornlna Prayea
11:00 Ml -da Missionary Prayer
COCOLI
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer, assistant
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion 7:10 a.m
Family Morning Prayer, Church School
(rami iv sucnsriat sscona
Sunday) 1:11 a.m
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy communion rtrat
Sundav I 11:00 a m
Evening Prayer by Layreaders 7:30 p m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion .. 1:30 a.m
Evensong, choir practice . 7 :30 p.m
Chapei oi at. ciare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Mornlna Prayer and Sermon .
Tntro ounaay
(Holy Communion aa announced)
cobozaj.
Chapel ol The bood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W Hayes.
Priest b Charge
FRIDAYS
1:00 a m Morning Prayer.
ID C. tint Friday each Month)
4AMHOA
St. Simon's Chutuk
The Rev John spear Priest ip Chargi
Chora) Eucharist ana Ser-
5UNOAV1
mon 7:P0 a.m
Church School 3:00 am
Episcopal Young Churchmen 3:00 pm
Evensong end Sermon .... 7 :00 pjn
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
nd FRIDAYS
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion 9:00 a m
Evening Prayer ... ... 1 :00 p.m
Woman's Auxiliary, and and
vVtUNESUAYl THURSDAYS
Holy Communion
7:00 am
Morning prayer
Evening Prayer
?:08 a m
:M P-m
SATURDAYS
family Eucharist
Office el Compline
1:10 am
1:00 p m
LA HOCA
St Peter s Church
The Rev, John Spear. Priest ta Caargs
Mdrning Prayer and Church
School 9:00 am
moo 1040 a.m
Confirmation Clara 9:10 a m
Choral Eucharist and Sar-
Holy Bsptlsm 11:00 noon
Evensong and Address .... 740 p.m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 740 p.m
1'HURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion .. anai e.ru
(ALU 8ECO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van. U B. Shlrlay, Prtast la Charge
THURSDAYS
g:30 em. Holy communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Eapavt and Brazo Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy communion,
9:30 a.m. Church School Service,
it on a m Mnrnlne Pravar. (Holy
Communion tint Sundsy oi
the month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 a.m. Holy communion.
PAH A1BO
The Rev. Carlton O- Morales
Priest In Chug
The Rev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDAVr
4:00 a.io. Choral aucnariai es eerrnor
1:30 am infant Baptism.
J. 00 tm Church School
IK) am. Youth Fellowship
7 (1 im. Evansona and Address
tad and 4th WEDNESDAYS m
140 pm woman Auxiuary ana u u-tar
tar u-tar Guild Martins,
PANAMA Cm
St Paul's Church
rhe Ven. Lamael B. Shirley, Recta
SUNDAYS
1:00 am. Holy Ceaamunioa
9-au ajn Suna Eucharist 4 Sermon
10:41 a at Morning Prayer and Churer
School
tl:00 nuct Holy Baptlam
7-00 h.m Solemn Veep ate
iheio lr Building 111)
tUESDAYS
1:10 a ni Holy Communion
740 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
:00 a m Holy Communion
7:00 uju. Evening Pray
I'HUHUlAYfc AND FRIDAYS
1:30 m. Holy Communion
HOLY DAYS
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-IEA
Colon, R.P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev. J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
3:30 a.m. Momina Prayer
9:00 s.m. Choral Euchsrist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY as THURSDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a m. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
WEDNESDAY
1:40 am. Morning Prayer
:M am. Holy Communion
740 p.m. Evening Prayer eV Addreee
FRIDAY
:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
40 p.m. Evening Prayer
9:04 a.m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
1:40 am. Mornlna Prayer
8 00 a.m. Holy Communion
840 am. Eveninn Prayer
740 pm Off lea al Compline.
9UO AKAJO
St. Christopher's Chsarek
lath Street. Pan
rarque Lefevre
The Rev C la rea re W. Hayea.
Priest he OMsraa
The Rev. Clarence A. Craarel,
SUNDAYS
. IM am. Holv Comes union.
749 am Bung fucharlat ajad, rosea
1949 am, Morning Preyee and Cansreh
14

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MONDAYS

im em irt ana ara. amao t aiub
Ban.
rUESOAYS
84 pm t u alar Daughter oi tne
gUng.
I JO djb. You IB Fauowahla.
LUNfceDAYS
1:00 am Roly Commuruoa.
I DP o m Evening Prayer and Rellgloui
Instruct! ona.
t'MURSDAYS
8:00 p.m Clila rnendly Society,
8:00 lai. 1st end 3rd. Slnaletena.
SATURDAYS
s m a4sv rfuiuer bonnrmaaen uaaa
Other Churches
CHURCH OF THk MAXAMENE
44s irangipani St. Aucoti C.Z
Re. Elmer O Nelson. Pastor
Box 397 Halboa. C.Z. lal 3 3803
Sunday School
9:41 a.m
Worship Service
Youth Service
Evangelistic Service ..
Prayer Service. Wed.
10:41 em
8 4k pm
7:30 pjp
740 p m
METHODIST
aunday i I am Panama Wesley.
" 10:10 e.m Sunday School.
" till pm Evangelise) Service
ano Sermon
Sunday 1 a m. Paratao
10 e m raraiso aunosy acnooi
" 7 ill p.m. Para lao Evangelical
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sundav. Oct. 19th I a.m. Rev, Victor
John Wataon B.D. t 1 p.m. Mr, A. A.
Lovell.
Monday. Oct. 10th 1:30 pm. Prepa Prepa-ration
ration Prepa-ration Class Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:10
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pear) Ford.
Tuesdsv Oct 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:10 p.m. -Choir Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENB
Mt. Hope, Canal Zone
(across from Mt. Hope RR. Station)
Rev. James H. Jones, Pastor
Box 1011 Margarita, C Z
Phone 1-1470
Sundav School 9:43 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:45 a m
BvangelUtle Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer end Praise Service 7:80 p.m.
NATIONAL APTS1 CHURCH
Panama Ht fflra Street Eaat
lev ft N Broera. Minister
Divine Worahlp 40 a.m
JM iT 1 "" "puns
wowt oVS pun$
Rio Abalo, RJ.
School 1:00 p m
Sunday
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursday at 740 pm ano
-Sundays at 4:00 pm wlrr Memorial
m IUW Road Balboa
Kingdom Hall Diablo Height, C.E.
Watohtower Study Sundays, 4:00 p.m
Theocratic Ministry school Tnurs-
days, 7:00 p.m.
Service Meeting Thursdays, 1:00 p
m
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood MeeUng. Sunday 1:10 a m
Sunday School, Sunday io:ou a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 8:00 p.m
Relief Society, Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA. Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary, Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4121
Atlantic Branch
Bulldini 100, Schoolheuse Reed. Gatun
Simriav Srhno). Sundav 9:30 am
Sacrament Meeting: Sundey 11:00 a.m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
A Wrfib Httrtad Cfaurtb"
MUten K Letdig, Minuter
Phone Re 11-7111 Of. M-IIM
Sunday School 1:10 am
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship 11 MO am
Youth Fellowship 8:00 p.m
Eevenlng Worship I:J0 p.m
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pm
A church nureey In provided.
OUr CATHOul CHUHCH
St Raphael The Archaagal
lltb St Wt Na 1
Holy Eucbariat: Sunday a am
rueadav. wednemlevs and Tburadav
30 am.
Sacrament oi Unction (Heeling Ms
-ice 1 Find Sunday tt aaeb month a
' 40 am
Moantt Hallbel Chrtattai) Chare
Panama R. P
Rt Key T jemes D D Btaaep
orilcianng
Morning devotion :p0 am
Fellowshln Worahlp 11.00 am
Sundav Sehool 3:00 p.m
CHRIST ADELPH1AN BIBLE MISSION
1104 8th and J. Arosemens. Colon
SUNDAY
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School J p.m.
Bible Lecture 7 :30 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Clam 7 .10 p.m
UMAlTcENTER
94 First Street
Urbanlsacl6n El Carmen. Pans ml City
WJormai Talk and Discussion
Ihursday s -. I 0 pm
Colon, Mb Front Streets
(amtalrs American Baxear)
Irudy Class aa Thuradaye. J:o am
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalabs St., Paraito, C.I.
Rev Waldshs H Stewert, Pastor
Sunday: 11:00 am Worahlp Service
1:00 p.av Sunday School.
1:11 am Gospel Service.
Monday: 7:30 Young People's foe er
Wednesday 1 740 Mid-week Christian
Fellowship.
Thursday: 1:00 ChoL Rehearaal.
Friday 1 7:10 Women's Missionary So Society.
ciety. Society. CHURCH OP'CHRIST
11th Bolivar Ave.. Cristobal, C I.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Claries 10:00 a.m.
Morning Worship and
communion
11:00 a.m.
Evening Worship
sojpm
WEDNESDAY
Herald or Trutn
HOK 1:43
Mld-Week Bible Study
9:18 a.m
.. 7:10 p.m.
THURSDAY
Su cations and Answer 1:48
OK. Colon. R.P.
9:11
You will receive a warm welcome at
each of our services.
CHURCH OP GOD
Foreign Mission Dept Hdqtrs.!
Cleveland, Tennessee
CHURCH OF GOD Balboa, CZ.
' Win Memorla Bldg.
908 Bolboa Rd.
Informstion: Phone Gembea 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth Service 8:30 p.m
Evangelistic 740 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Paralso. CJ.
Ne. 4 Perelso Road
Information: Phone Paralso 831
Sundey Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 8:30 pm
Xvangellstle T 30 p.m
CHURCH OP GOD Rio Absjo, Paul.
11th Street, Paretic Lefevre
Sunday Sendee 11:00 am.
Sunday School 1:00 pm
Evangelistic . 7 40 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Chorrlllo, rata.
No. 4-144. 17th Street -Sundav
School and
Mornlna Service 19:30 a.m.
KvangeUstla T:M p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Gatunellle, Pm.
Tranalatlunlan Highway, Gatunelllo
Sunday School and
Mornlna Service 1149 a m.
EvangelurUe 1:00 pm.
CHURCH OP GOD Santa Rita, Pm.
Tranalatlunlan Highway, Banta Rita
Sunday School and
Mornlna Service It noon
Even ge 11
llftie
7:00 pm.
CHURCH OP GOD CstlvL Pa nam!

Trenalsthmlaa mgnway, canva
Sunday School and
..J'w1"! :rvl ,,.4. .'.'. 11 -ft 8

CHOIRCH OF COD Ceiea, Panaml

tu aireet near aeeianaei
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:00 a.m
Evangelistic 7:00 pm
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C I.
Rev. Cerl V. Thompson, Minister
Bex 1008, Diablo Height, C Z.
Fhanei; Hemp Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4171
Sunday School 10:00 a m
Worship Service 11:00 a.m-
Yeutl) Service 1:00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balpes Road at Wight Street
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Paster
P.O. Box 466. Balboa. C Z.
1:00 s.m. Sunday School and Bible
Class
10:13 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, first Sunday
oi the month.
Atlantic Sid
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. Hilbert W. Riemer, Vleer
10:11 s.m Sunday School and Bible
Class
11:00 s m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, last Sunday
of the month.
Jewish
jewtih Welfare Hoard Hid 191-A U
Puce Roau Balboa. C.E Rabbi Natnen
Ankli. Director.
Servie Frloay. 140 pm. aaturoa
i 31 am
(See ee Usungs oi jewian aerviee
infer Posts Rasas and Stationai.
Congteannon Kol Shearith Israel Ave
aide Cba and 18th Street Bella vtau
Pinaml City Santeea 1:00 n m
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Protestant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday
School 1:00
Morning worship
Church-time Nursery School.
Fellowship Hour
10:00
10:00
11:00
U:00
FORT KOBBE
Fellowship Hour
Dallv Mass
1:00
Sunday Masses.- 1:00 1:13 H 46
Confessions Saturday. 6:00 7:30
US, NAVAL STATION
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Sabbath acnooi ..
Divine Service 11:00 am.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 pm
WEDNESDAY:
Service
Bible Study ana rray
7 80 "'Paclfle Sid. Panam
Pastor F.R. Arehbold Tl.
Cabo Verde. Ave.
rau-i:i-Vi.Hn ird
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p..tnr Daniel Moneeda Tel. -!
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THE CHURCHES OF GOD
General Offices Andersen, Indiana
Rev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
The Church of God
llth St. (Monte Oaeuro Rd.) Rio Absto
Rev. W. 4- jenneest rsim
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Morning Worahlp lj:30.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30 p.m.
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New Providence
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Sunday Night Serf lea . 7 30 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:90 ajn.
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si

Great Books of the Waitern
World, edited by Robert M. Hut
chins, In U volumes, were added
to tne collection at me cansi
Zone Librsry this week.
The tint volume of the set it
in introductios to, and in expli expli-nation
nation expli-nation of, the selections.
The second and third volumes,
called 1 "Syntopicon," provide an
index to the ideas contained in
the books; ind volumes four
through 5 ra the Great Books.
The following classics ire in included
cluded included in the Great Books: The
Great Conversation, Hut c h i n i)
The Greit Ideal, Hutching; The
Iliad md the Odyssey, Homer;
Plays, Aeichylusj History, Hero Herodotus;
dotus; Herodotus; Dlilogues, Plato; Work, A A-riitotle;
riitotle; A-riitotle; Hipprocratic Writings,
Hippocrates; The Thirteen Books
of Euclid's Elements, Euclid; on
the Nature of Things, Lucrctious;
The Poems of Virgil, Virgil; The
Lives of the Noblei Grecians and
Romans, Plutarch.
The Annals and the Histories,
Tacitus; the ,Alm8el. .Ptlemey;
The Six Enneads, Plotlnus, The
Confessions, St. Augustine; Sum Sum-ma
ma Sum-ma Theologica, St. Thomas A A-qulnas;
qulnas; A-qulnas; The Divine Comedy, Dan Dante
te Dante Troilus and Cressida, Chanter;
The Prince, Machiavelli; Gargan Gargan-lua
lua Gargan-lua and Pantagruel. Rabelais; Es Essays,
says, Essays, Montaigne; The Plays and
Sonnets, Shakespeare; and On the
Rogdstone and Magnetic Bodies,
Gilbert.
The History of Don Quijote de
la Mancha, Cervantes; Advance
ment ol Learning, Bacon; Rules
for the Direction of the Mind,
Descartes; Paradise Lost, Milton;
The Provincial Letters, Palcal,
Mathematical Principles of Natu Natural
ral Natural Philosophy, Newton; A Letter
Concerning Toleration, Locke;
Gulliver's Travels, Swift; The
History of Tom Jones, Fielding;
The Spirit of Laws, Montesquier;
An Inquiry into the Nature and
Causes of the Wealth of Nations,
Smith; The Decline and Fill of
the Roman Empire, Gibbon.
The Critique of Pure Realin,
American State Papers, Kant; Life
of Samuel Johnson, Boswell; Ele Elements
ments Elements of Chemistry, Lavoisier;
The Philosophy of Right, Hegel;
Faust, Goeths: Moby Dick. Mel
ville; The Origin of Species, Dar
win; capital, Marx; War and
Peace, Tolalori; The Brothers Ka Ka-ramozov,
ramozov, Ka-ramozov, Dostoevsky; The Princi Principles
ples Principles of Psychology, James; and
the Major Works of Slgmund
rreuo,.
Polish Immigrant
Who Ren Amok
Charged In Sydney
SYDNEY. Australia (UPI)
Charges of murder, stremn'ed
murder and assault were filed
yesterday against 38 year old
Bruce Maiurski, the Polish tmmi tmmi-?rant
?rant tmmi-?rant wYo ran amok in a theater
here Wednesday with e tomg tomg-hawk.
hawk. tomg-hawk. Mazurski appeared more con concerned
cerned concerned over the name listed In
(he court records than the
charges.
"No!" he shouted when the
clerk read the charges. "My
name is Bruce Marr.'
He spoke only once more, say saying
ing saying "I can find a room In a
hotel" when the judge ordered
him returned to fail for a furt furt-ther
ther furt-ther hearing on Sept. 18.
Maiurski was charger) with tne
murder of Richard H. Lewis, 81,
the attempted murder of 10 other
movie-goers, and assault on a worn
an. Hospital guthorities reported
eight of the 22 persons Mazurski
hacked and slashed in his wild
attack still were In hospitals.
Three were reported In serious
condition.
SNOOT TOOT SUFFICIENT
LONDON, England (UPD-Avl-
ation pionrer Lord Braharon, 75,
sniffed at culinary frills now
being advertised by airlines.
"As a humble traveller," said
his lordship, "I say cut out
S'-noked salmon and caviar. Just
give me elbow room to draw my
hanky and blow my nose."

1 ;-

I -A i'l in'

CARLOS A. MIOCIRS, ion of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Meggeri
of Rousseau, left the Isthmus
over the weekend to study at
New Mexico State University. He
won a scholarship to study for a
bachelor of arte degree in mu mu-ic.
ic. mu-ic. A former student at Balboa
High School snd ths Canal Zona
Junior Collefa, ha studied bent?
m -- 1

CHRISTIAN
SCIINTIST
The unlimited availability of
divine supply will b brought out
gt Chrigtign Science services to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. Scriptural readings in the lei;
son-sermon entitled "Subatance"
include the account in II Kings 4)(
of Elishi'i feeding of hundrfd
men with twenty loives.
Correlitivs leleetloni to be read
from "Science and Health with

Key to the Scriptures" by Mary
Baker Eddy include (494:10): "Di "Divine
vine "Divine Love always hat met and
always will meet every human
need. It is not well to imagine
that Jesus demonstrated the di divine
vine divine power to heal only for a se select
lect select number or for a limited pe period
riod period of time, sincp to all man mankind
kind mankind and in every hour, divine
Live supplies all good."
The golden text is from Janves
(1:17 "Every good gift and ev every
ery every perfect gift is from above,
and cometh down from the Fath Father
er Father of lights, with whom Is no va variableness,
riableness, variableness, neither shadow of turn turning."
ing." turning." ST. PAULS
Panama City
Tomorrow will be the monthly
corporate communion by the Choir
Guild ind Girls' Friendly Socie Society
ty Society of St. Paul's Church at the
choral euchsrist, beginning 8 a.m.
17 Officers Get
Permanent Rank
Of Lt. Colonel
Seventeen officers assigned to
U.S. Army Carlbben appear on
the approved recommended list
for promotion to the permanent
grade o' lieutenant colonel and
major, Regular Army.
On th list are: Lt. Cols. Otto
B. Cloudt Jr.. U.S. Army Mission
to Venezuela Bertil A. Johnson,
U.S. Army Mission to El Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Carl E. Kopischkie U.S. Ar
my Mission to Ecuador Gordon
K. Smith, U. S. Army Mission to
Venezuela Benjamin G. Taylor
Jr., Headquarters, USARCABIR
nnd Clarence A, Thompson Jr.,
Joint Braeil-tlnlted States Milit Military
ary Military Commission.
Majs. Robert H. Berry and Jo Jo-senb
senb Jo-senb Brlirandi. Headquarters, US US-ARCARIB
ARCARIB US-ARCARIB Alden P. Colvocores-
ses, IAGS George M. Gardner,
U.S. Army Mission to EI Salva Salvador
dor Salvador Peter Grosz Jr,, Panama Can
al Co. Hampton Rowland Jr.,
Quarry Heigh's and Antonio Vega,
Army Survey Detachment, Antilles
Commarld.
Cristobal Kof C
Winds Up Charity
Raffle Drive
The Cristobal Council 1689,
Knights of Columbus, announced
thr close of their charity riffle
drive which started In June with
the releas of the names of the
winners of the main prizes.
As previously announced, the
winnine numbers of the Raffle
vr-te the numbers drawn in the
Naiional Lottery on Sunday, Sept.
f The first prize of the new
Chevrolet was won by Mrs. Jose Jose-Dhine
Dhine Jose-Dhine Lynch of Fort Clayton. The
second prize of the stereophonic
hi fi record player was won by
Mrs. N. Suggs of Gamboa. The
Third prize of a portable typewrit
er was won ny pidio vcobos o
Colon.
THE
X
X 75
Coming Soon!

CHURCH BELLS ) "'
It's a Special Day for those who

9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL FOR ALL THE FAMILY
We invite you to enroll your family In our Sunday
School. Christian Instruction gives us eternal
truths to build upon in an age of uncertainly.
11:00 "OUR SPIRITUAL APPETITES"
The words of our Lord sets forth the principles
fpr a life that Is niritually contended. Read Mt.
5:6 and see If yd have personally coma to
this point.
6:00-JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 "THE HIGH CALLING OF G0l) IN
CHRIST JESUS"
The NT. seta forth the high standard for the
Christian. Is the call higher than that which
can be attained? Have we been anility of lowerinn
the standard?

FRIENDLY MISSIONARY AMPLE PARKING

r i;- i; ly'A

This lervics will also b at
tended in s group by ths m9ra
bers of Club Altamlri in begin
ning the observance of their an anniversary.
niversary. anniversary. The Ven. Lemuel B. Shirley will
be the officiant and prescAar, 1
io at eveniong scheduled for ff
p.m., at which the offertory an anthem,
them, anthem, "Those Eternal Bowers,
Church". These lectures will b
rendered by the choir.
Other services will take plats) -during
the day at the usual timfc
Meetings of the Fleur de Lis,.
Society, which will observe its
anniversary Sunday the 20th.
Knights of St. Paul and Church
School teacheri ara scheduled for
next Wednesdiy night at 7:30V"
The Youth Fellowship will nssi
it 6:30 p.m. Thursday and Won
an's Auxiliary Group 2 at.T:W.
RIDIIMIR LUTHIRAN
Balbaa
An unusual opportunity will be)
afforded the members and friend!
of Redeemer Lutheran Church,.
Balboa, this weekend. Two diitin diitin-guished
guished diitin-guished viiitori from the States
will be spending the weekend m
the Zone, en route to a qanfaf
ence next week at Cali, Coloav

Dia.
They are the Rev. Dr. EuaenS
R. Bertermann. former director
of the International Lut era a
Hour, and the Rev. Dr. Andrew A.
Melendez, editor of Spanish lie
terature for the Lutheran Church
Miisiouri Synod.
Dr. Bertermann, who served al
guest speiker of ths Easter sun sunrise
rise sunrise services at Ft. Amador is
1958, will address the members of
Redeemer Lutheran Church at
their regular worship lervics Sun
day morning at 10:15 a.m.
He and Dr. Melendez will both
appear on the program of ths
monthly pot-luck fellowship Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening, beginning it 6:30
p.m. Thii progrim will bs under
the direction of the Rev. Robert
F. Gussick, former pastor of Re Redeemer
deemer Redeemer and now ths supervisor of
all Latin-American minion work
for the Lutheran Church Mis Missouri
souri Missouri Synod.
ST. LUKI'S
Aneon
At the 11 o'clock service tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow at the Catedral of St. Luke,
Ancon, Bishop R. Heber Gooden
will preach on "The Earth Is ths
Lord's".
Bishop and Mrs. Gooden recent recently
ly recently returned from their furlough in
California, and he will shortly
leave for the States again to speak
in Ohio, New York, and later at
tend a meeting of the Housj of
bisnops of tne Episcopal unurcru
Registration of new members
will continue at the 9:15 Service
for the Church School. This year,
the entire system of classeg from
nursery to senior high will carry
on the program of estudlei in ths
Seabury series, which is produced
oy tre Episcopal cnuren, comnin
ing Bible, prayer book, hymnal
and history of tha church in its
focus.

The Dean's Bible class chose to
study for the year "The History
and Teachings of the Christian
Church". These lectures will b
gin tomorrow.
On Sunday afternoon, the Ser.
vleemen's Inquirer's Group will
hodla buffet supper at 5 o'cloclr -in
Bishop Morris Hall Mowed by
a talk by "Jungle Jim" Price
"Adventures on the Isthmus",
talk will be illustrated with plcT
tures.
Evening Prayer will be laid at'

7 p.m. with Dean Peterson preacp
ing on "God and Hii World".

GEISHA BOY

71 IS
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Los Angeles Now Only
Half Game Back In NL;
Braves Win 6th Straight
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UP) You can talk
about the sunset in San Francisco, but that Moon in
Log Angeles sure beats 'em all.

When the sun came up today,
be Dodgers found themselves only
i half game out of first place in
be National League and the man
bey can thank is Wally Moon.
Moon smashed a pair of homers
bat helped the Dodgers defeat the
Pirates, 5-4, in the opening game
tt a twi-night doubleheader last
night and then cracked a three three-run
run three-run homer in a 4-0 nightcap vic victory.
tory. victory. The pair of victories brought the
Dodgers' latest winning streak to
five games and much too close for
comfort to the faltering, first-place
Giants, who lost to the Phillies, 1-0.
Los Angeles not only came from
behind in the opener but also hung
the first defeat of the season on
relief ace Elroy Face, who had
won 17 games in a row this season
and 22 straight dating back to
May 30 of last year.
Trailing 4-3, the Dodgers got to
Face for their two winning runs in
the ninth on a single by Maury
Wills, Jim Gilliam's triple and an another
other another single by Charlie Neal.
Chuck Churn was the winner in re relief
lief relief of Sandy Koufax.
Larry Sherry struck cut 11
man and yielded only six hits to
win hit fifth game in the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. Moon broke u pa tcoreless
duel between Sherry and loser
Fred Green whn he connected
for his 15th homer with two men
n In the fifth.
Robin Roberts shut out the Gi Giants
ants Giants on three hits in scoring his
Pennant Races
At A Glance
NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS
San Francisco
Los Angeles
W L Pet.
78 62 .557
78 63 .553
77 63 .550
Gb Tp
14
Vi 13
1 14
Milwaukee
San Francisco At home (9) vs.
Philadelphia (2), Sept. 12, 13;
Cincinnati (2), Sept. 14, 15; Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee (2), Sept. 16, 17; Los An Angeles
geles Angeles (3), Sept. 18, 19, 20. Away
(5) at Chicago (2), Sept. 22, 23 23-at
at 23-at St. Louis (3), Sept. 25 26, 27.
Los Angeles At home (5) vs.
Pittsburgh (1), Sept. 13; Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee (2), Sept. 14, 15; Cincinnati
2), Sept. 16, 17. Away (8) at San
Francisco (3), Sept. 18, 19, 20; at
St. Louis (2), Sept. 22, 23, at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago (3); Sept. 25 26, 27.
Milwaukee At home (5) vs.
Cincinnati (2), Sept. 12, 13; Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia (3), Sept. 25, 26, 27. Away
(9) at Los Angeles (2), Sept. 14,
15; at San Francisco (2), Sept. 16,
17; at Philadelphia (2), Sept. 19,
20; at Pittsburgh (3), Sept. 21,
22, 23.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pet. Gb Tp
Chicago 87 55 .613 12
Cleveland 82 58 .586 4 14
Chicago At home (3) vs. Det Detroit
roit Detroit (3), Sept. 18, 19, 20. Away
(19) at Baltimore (1), Sept. 12 12-at
at 12-at Boston (2), Sept. 13, 14; at
New York (2), Sept. 15, 16; at
Cleveland (1), Sept. 22; at Detroit
(3), Sept. 25 26, 27.
1 Cleveland At home (5) vs.
(Chicago (1), Sept. 22; Kansas Ci City
ty City (4), Sept. 25 (doubleheader),
26, 27. Away (9) at Washington
(1), Sept. 12; at New York (3),
Sept. 13 (doubleheader), 14- at
Boston (2), Sept. 15, 16; At Kan Kan-lai
lai Kan-lai City (3), Sept. 18, 19, 20.

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14th win for the last-place Phillies.
The lone run of the game tame off
Mike Cormick in the seventh in inning
ning inning when Harry Anderson singled
home Joe Koppe from second base.
It was McCormick's 14th loss a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst 11 victories. Willie McCo McCo-vey,
vey, McCo-vey, the Giants' spectacular rook rookie,
ie, rookie, finally was stopped after hit hitting
ting hitting safely in 22 straight games.
Milwaukee closed in to within a
game of first place with a 10-2 vic victory
tory victory over Cincinnati. Joey Jay
held the Reds to four hits by pitch pitching
ing pitching the Braves to their sixth
straight triumph. Milwaukee sew sewed
ed sewed up the game with five runs in
the first inning off Jay Hook. Joe
Adcock's two-run double was the
big blow. Vada Pinson and Lee
Maye hit homers.
. Bob Anderson won his 12th game
for the Cubs by beating the Car Cardinals,
dinals, Cardinals, 2-1, with a three-hit effort.
The Cubs scored the winning run
in the ninth when a wild pitch by
reliever Marshall Bridges allowed
Ernie Banks to race home from
third. Anderson had a no-hilter for
6 23 innings until rookie Gene
Oliver beat out an infield single.
Bob Blaylock was the loser.
In the American League, the
Orioles swept a twi-night double double-header
header double-header from the first -place White
Sox. 3-0 and 1-0 in 16 innings; the
Senators downed the Indians, 5-4;
the Athletics ended a 13-game los losing
ing losing streak with an 8-6 victory over
the Red Sox, and the Yankees top topped
ped topped the Tigers, 9-3.
Jerry Walker and Jack Fisher, a
pair of 20-year-old Oriole rookies,
stopped the White Sox dead in
their tracks. Walker pitched the
entire 16 innings in the nightcap
and gave up only six hits and
three walks to earn his ,11th victo victory
ry victory the hard tyay. Brooks Robinson
broke up the. scoreless struggle
when he singled off reliever'Gerry
Staley to drive in Al Pilartfik from
third base in the 16th.
Fisher pitched perfect ball for 6
1-3 innings in the opener before
Nellie Fox singled in the seventh.
The White Sox collected only two
more singles as Fisher registered
his first major league victory fol following
lowing following four straight defeats. Boh
Nieman and Willie Tasby homered
off loser Billy Pierce.
The two lottos whittled the
White Sox' lead to four garnet,
but even to their pennant-winning
"magic number" was re reduced
duced reduced to 10 by Cleveland's lost
to Wathington.
Julio Becquer, Wash ington's
pinch hitter extraordinary, broke a
4-4 tie when he singled home the
winning run in the eighth inning
off Jack Harshman, who had just
relieved loser Mike Garcia. Pedro
Ramos gave up nine hits, strwk
out eight and belted his first hom homer
er homer of the season in winning his
13th game.
Rookie Lou Klimchork's two-run
double- started a six run sixth in in-narrally
narrally in-narrally that Kave 'he A's their
vietory over the Red Sox. Ray .la .la-blonski
blonski .la-blonski led KC's 14-hit attack with
three hits. John Tsituris was the
winner and Tom Brewer the loser.
Bobby Richardson drove in four
runs with a homer and three sin singles
gles singles in the Yankees' win over the
Tigers. Jim Coates, who pitched
the first complete game of his ma major
jor major league career to gain his fifth
triumph, yielded 10 hits, includins
Charley Maxwell's 29th and 30th
homers. Paul Foytack suffered his
13th loss against the same number
of victories.

LEADING
HITTERS
(Bated en 375 official at bats)
National League

C ab
138 564
132 421
137 551
142 595
138 523
140 519
137 549
132 529
136 510
130 482
R H Pet.
107 201 .356
59 U6 .347
85 177 .321
122 190 .319
Aaron, Mil.
Cun, St. L.
Cepeda, s. F.
Pinson, C.
Boyer, St. L.
Robinson, C.
Temple, Cin.
Mathews, Mil.
White, St. L.
Moon, L. A.
76 166
105 162
.317
.3121
94 171 .311
102 164 .310
74 154 .302
83 145 .301
American League
Kuenn, Det.
Kaline, Det.
Runnels, Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Wood, Bal.
Tuttle, K. C.
Power, Cle.
Minoso, Cle.
Cerv, K. C.
Mantle, N. Y.
126 508
123 467
135 514
144 582
131 412
123 453
136 548
137 523
110 403
133 505
92 178 .350
78 151 .323
86 163 .317
78 178 .306
60 126 .306
73 137 .302
96 161 .294
86 154 .294
52 118 .293
98 147 .291
Runs Batted Tn
National League
Banks, Cubs
Robinson, Reds
Aaron, Braves
Bell, Reds
Cepeda, Giants
129
125
113
106
94
American League
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Killebrew, Sanators
Maxwell, Tigers
Lemon, Senators
103
mn
100
91
91
Home Runs
National League
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Mathews, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Mays,1 Giants
40
38
36
36
29
American League
Colavito, Indians
Killebrew, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
Allison, Senators
Lemon, Senators
40
40
30
29
29
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated on 16 or more decisions)
National League
W L Pet.
Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giats
Newcombe, Reds
Law, Pirates
Conley, Phils
17 1
19 8
13 7
16 9
12 7
.944
.704
.650
.640
.632
American League
Shaw, White Sox
McLish, Indians
Wynn, White Sox
Pappas, Orioles
Ford, Yankees
15 6
17 8
19 9
14 8
14 8
.714
.680
.679
.636
.636
Bugs Bite
With Fish
NEW YORK, (NEA) Dick
Wolff, noted professional fisher fisherman,
man, fisherman, has a sound reason for the
failure of amateur Waltonians to
land the big catches creeled by
men who make a living at it.
"The average fisherman is more
concerned with relaxation than
with fishing. Top fisherman go to
inaccessible areas where human
comfort is at a minimum, but
which record fish call home,"
says Wolff, an executive of a New
York tackle firm. "The pros re return
turn return with the big fish while the
amateur avoids the best trout fish,
ing spots for the safety of bugless,
fishless waters.
"When the bugs bite, the
bite."
fish

More Diversified

Platooning In College Game

Action-Packed Bouts Feature
Second Week of Kobbe Boxing

O
By Pfc. BOB SMAILES
Cagey, calculating combatants
clashed at Fort Kobbe's Hajigar
Four before a capacity crowd as
the Kobbe boxing season went in into
to into the second week of action with
an eight-fight card.
Featherweight Ridhard McEl McEl-veen,
veen, McEl-veen, Mortar Battery, and Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Thomas of Headquarters
and Headquarters Company squar squared
ed squared off in the first of the schedul scheduled
ed scheduled three rounders with Thomas
taking the decision.
In the bout of the evening Les Les-lay
lay Les-lay Scrouse, B Company, explod exploded
ed exploded a deadly two hand attack to
score a TKO over Jesse Nance,
Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, in the third round of
a lightweight contest.
Alfonso Byrd, Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, decked
LeRoy Gittens, A Company, with
a long right hand in the first
round, but had his hands full the
rest of the way as Gittens gave
a good account of himself in los losing
ing losing a close decision to the strong stronger
er stronger Byrd.
In the second middleweight bout
Horace Cooper, Headquarters and
Headquarters Company, display displayed
ed displayed one of the best left hands of
the night while winning a unanim.
ous decision over LeRoy Payne,
D Company, in a real crowd
pleaser.
Heavyweight William Johnson
of D Company TKOed Salvatore
Cannizzo of B Company in the
third round of a fight during which
both men were on the canvas sev

Registration To Begin Monday
At Coco Solo Swimming Pool

The school year swimming uro
gram at the Coco Solo Pool is
scheduled to begin on Monday,
Sept. 21. Registration for classes
will be held beginning Monday,
Sept. 14, through Friday, Sept. 18.
a lull schedule of activities n
planned for the comim? srhnnl
year. Instruction for beginners,
advanced beginners, intermediates,
competitive swimmers, and adults
will be offered.
A swimming club for students is
now in the process of formation.
The first meeting of the club will
take place on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at
4 p.m. A green swimming pool ID
card will be the only prerequisite
for membership and participation
in the club's activities.
Registration forms for the pro program
gram program have been distributed to stu students
dents students at the Coco Solo Elementary
School. Forms are also available
at the swimming pool office.
Non-swimmers must be in pos possession
session possession of a pink swimming pool
ID card for admission to their
classes. All other participants
must present their green pool
cards. No fees will be required.
The program i under the direc direction
tion direction of the Division of Schools' De Department
partment Department of Physical Education
and Athletics.
New to the program will be a
"Plii' and Special Work Period"
for members of the beginners
class. It will be held on Tuesday
afternoons.
The classes and the times which
they will be held are as follows:
Beginning Swimming Class
Grades 1 and 2, 3:00-3:30 Monday
and Wednesday.
Advanced Beginning Class
Grades 1 and 2, 3:00-3:30 Monday
and Wednesday.
Play and Special Work Period
Grades 1 and 2, 3:00-3:30 Tuesday.
It will be necessary to take stu students
dents students in grades 1 and 2 according
to height because of the pool
depth.
Beginning Swimming Class
Grades S through 6, 5:45-4:15 Mon Monday
day Monday and Wednesday.
Advanced Beginning Class

Coming Soon!

Everybody

eral times either from slips or
knockdowns.
In one ol the closest fights ot
the evening Richard Dreisbach,
,A Company, took a split aecisiou
over Jerry Ridley, D Company in
aa wenerweight ooul.
Two ruggea little men in the
light welterweight division ..ve
the fans a snow of toe-to-toe slug slugging
ging slugging a.s Sam Smitn ol juoriar

Battery decked Gene Jones, B
Company, in tne ursL round. Re Referee
feree Referee Jimmy Boyle stopped the
light in the second and omith was
awarded a TKO.
In an addea attraction Ernesto
Babies and Alio Mendez, two
San Bias Indians, displayed all
the poise and styie ol profession professional
al professional fighters in a bout wmon naa
the crowd cheering throughout.
Babies, with his boo and weave
style, look the decision over the
jao artist Mendez.
In the main event light heavy heavyweights
weights heavyweights Roy Faucnett and nu nu-lip
lip nu-lip Lindsay had tne fans on their
feet with the most devastating
slugging of the young season.
Faucnett found ..:msei running
into the kmg left hand of Lindsay
early in the fight but started in
necting with stylish combinations
to the body and head of Lindsay
to keep him in trouble in the sec second
ond second and third rounds.
The more experienced Faucnett
dropped Lindsay f- the m,.jida m,.jida-tory
tory m,.jida-tory eight count in the third, but
was still being stung by the left
hand of the game Lindsay at the
bell. Faucnett won on a unanim unanimous
ous unanimous decision.
Grades 3 through 6, 3:45-4:15 Mon Monday
day Monday and Wednesday.
Play and Special Work Period
Grades 3 through 6, 3:45-4:15 Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Intermediate Swimming Class Class-All
All Class-All Grades, 3:30-4:00 Tuesday and
Thursday.
Competitive Swimming Class
All grades, 4:00-4:30 Tuesday.
Testing All Grades, 3:00-4:00
Friday.
Adult Swimming Class 8:30 8:30-9:10
9:10 8:30-9:10 a.m. Monday and Wednesday.
Dave (Boo) Ferriss
To Quit As Bosox
Pitching Coach
BOSTON (UPI) Dave Ferriss,
who helped pitch Boston to the
American League pennant 13
years ago, is resigning as Red
Sox pitching coach at the close
of the 1959 season.
The 37-year-old Shaw, Miss.,
resident says he will accept the
post of athletic director at Little
Delta State College, 10 miles from
his home and at Cleveland, Miss.
It was Ferriss and Tex Hugh Hugh-son
son Hugh-son who led the 1946 Red Sox to
the pennant under Joe Cronin,
only to lose to the St. Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals in the World Series.
Ferriss joined the Red Sox as
pitching coach in 1955, when for former
mer former teammate Mike Higgins suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Lou Boudreau as manag manager.
er. manager. Though Higgins was fired in
mid-season this year, being re replaced
placed replaced by Billy Jurges, the Red
Sox said in announcing Ferriss'
intended resignation that Ferriss
"fitted very definitely" into Jur Jurges'
ges' Jurges' 1960 plans.
"However," said the spokesman spokesman-"Ferriss
"Ferriss spokesman-"Ferriss already had given
thought to the new work he was
offered and had made up his
mind to accept it."

THE GEISHA B0V o

5 &
Reads Our

Offeses,

By KAYS KESSLER
COLUMBUS, O. (NEA) Woody
Hayes sees new trends resulting
from new bends in the 1959 col
lege football rules.
With five times out a half, in
stead of four, plus relaxed sub
stitution rules, the Ohio State
coach figures you'll see more pla
tooning, more diversified offens
es. On one point of substition
Hayes already is taking protective
measures to ease the strain. One
man, this year, may enter the
game1 and leave-as often as he
likes just so long as he enters the
game by himself when the ball
is dead.
"It's an intricate rule," the
Buckeys' head man explains
"and because of this we're in
structing our kids that when
they enter under these circum
stances, they specifiecally tell the
referee: 'Only one, don't mark my
name down.' Remember, any time
mere s a chance to make a mis
take a mistake, the mistake will
be made.
Hayes feels HufTIt be a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous growth iilt offensive
play this year, toer ...
"Remember last year I yelled
so loudly that the offense was
being officiated out of existence?"
he recalls. "The teams at the top
all were noted more for their de defense
fense defense than offense. Well, the pen pendulum
dulum pendulum will swing the other way
this year because offensess will be
more wide open (the Iowa influ
ence). There'll be more specialists,
more different formations, more
passing even at Ohio State, I'd
guess.
Hayes warns that nno mu
rule change should be watched
cioseiy. mat's on off sides. Be Before,
fore, Before, if a man encroached on the
scrimmage line and jumped back
before the ball was snapped, noth nothing
ing nothing happened. This year the pe penalty
nalty penalty will be called, even if he
gets back in time, but not un until
til until after the completion of the
play.
The most notable, nrinp at Hhin
State goes something like this:
"HOW Ions is that HavPe onino Ir.
keep trying to win with 17 play
ers and still expect high school
kids to come to Columbus?" For Forever,
ever, Forever, is just about the way bold
Woody puts it.
"Each year we take fewer
boys on the grant in aid," he
says. "We nevr take more than
25 or 30 because we don't want
to break a kid's heart. And I
know this, a boy sitting on the
bench is a potential trouble troublemaker.
maker. troublemaker. We'll always take 25 or
30 because that's all we can use.
1 don t believe in bringing
kids who can't do the work
'n
cademicaliv or on the field.
"The only way we can play
kids for playing football is mak making
ing making sure they get an education.
We never cut a kid."
AJonq The Fairway?
PWGA MEMBERS PREPARE F
ISTHMIAN CHAMPIONSHIP
By M. P.ALTON
The Women's Isthmian Golf
Championship tournament, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Panama Wnmpn
Golf Association will be held at
the Panama Goll Club between
Sept. 21 and Oct 27.
Cleo Burns, the defending cham champion,
pion, champion, will be ComDetinp aeain tViie
year against some of the top
women golfers on the isthmus.
Hules which will aDDly are:
1. Players must be PWGA mpm.
bers.
2. Players will be nlaced in
fliefhts accordine to handicaps.
a. flayers will qualify during
the week of 21-27 September.
4. After the oualifvinc rnnnrt
which will determine whether thm
player will stay in the tourna
ment, competition will be by match
Play.
Remember the reeular mnnlhlv
PWGA tournament will be held
Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Brazos
Brook Golf and Countrv Club
More about this next week.
PERMANENT JOB
Syracuse (NEA)-Defensive back back-f'eld
f'eld back-f'eld coach Roy Simmons has been
i member of the football coach coaching
ing coaching staff at Syracuse since he was
graduated in 1925.
A
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Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

National League
TEAMS
San Francisco
Lot Angtltt .
Milwaukoo .
Pittsburgh .
Cincinnati .
Chicago ....
St. Louis .
Philadelphia
W
L
(2
3
3
71
73
Pet.
.557
.553
.550
JOS
.484
GB
Vt
1
7
10
11
15
1?
73 .479
78 .451
82 .423
Today's Games
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
St. Louis at Chicago
Philadelphiat at San Francisco
Only games scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
St. Louis 000 000 001-1 3 0
Chicago 010 000 0012 6 1
Miller. Blavlock (4-61. Rririees
and McCarver.
Anderson (12-10) and S. Taylor
(Night Game)
Cincinnati 100 010 000 2 4 1
Milwaukee 520 000 03x 10 10 0
Hook (5-4). Pena. Schmidt. Ack
er and Bailey.
Jay (5-10) and Crandall.
(Niaht Gimt)
Philadelphia ooo onn ioni
San Francisco 000 000 0000
(Twiliaht Gimt)
Pittsbureh 000 001 120 4 7 1
Los Angeles 000 011 0125 11 0
Friend, Face (171) and Foiles.
Koufax, Churn (2-0) and Rosebo-
( Niaht Gamel
Pittsburgh 000 000 (iou-.n A
Los Angeles 000 031 OOx 4 9
Green (1-1). Porterfield (6) Dan.
iels (8) and Burgess. Kravitr!
Sherry (5-2) and Pignatano.
By OSCAR
NEW YORK (UPD-Even the
three-minute mile is possible, a
vnea and hvnnnsis exnert named
Ivan Tors contended today, if we
will stop building ourselves into a
race of muscle-bound beef-trust-
ers.
This is akin to predicting the
eight-second 100-yard dash, a
nine-foot high lump or the 18-foot
pole vault. And if such conten
tions sound startling, they are.
"But." Tors argues with quiet
vehemence, "it simply comes
down tn a mattpr of mental at.ti-
tudo and proper physical condi
tioning.
You might feel, at first, that
this is merely a bid for publicity
enhsiderine the fact that Tors is
a television producer and has a
new show called "The Man and
The Challenge" making its debut
Saturday nignt. But me very tor tor-mat
mat tor-mat of -the show lends a certain
amount of credence to his claims.
STUDIES MAN'S ENDURANCE
"The main DrinciDle is testine
survival factors and discovering
what ran he rinnp tn pvtenrl the
endurance of man, including ath
letes, ne said, wnat we nave
iouna out is no DunK. And one ot
these factors is that weieht liftine.
as example, is actually detrimen
tal.
This is going to cause an inter
national earthauake as muscle
builders around the world drop
ineir ataooprino hurnen anri pan
forward ponderously to challenge
the gay-haired Hungarian. But
Tors remains adamant.
Muscle tone, not the size of
biceDs. is ,'the imnortant thins
he advises us poof little fat and
panting creatures. "Don't try to
lift pianos. A light weight used in
.un.ni.nM i M.k f
caci using i-a juut.li mure eiiecuve
and beneficial."
BRAIN WASHES SELF
Tors has delved deeply Into the
physical and mental as related to
muscular ability and endurance In
readying his program. The one onetime
time onetime OSS man put himself through
a series of brain washing and iso isolation
lation isolation tests at UCLA and his se series
ries series concerns fatigue and enour
anee factors In siroh gporte $
swimming, iky diving, mountain
climbing, road racing, rodeo rid riding
ing riding and bull fighting.
"Mental attitude is tremendous tremendously
ly tremendously important," he asserted,. ''and
for proof, you only have to" look
at the four-minute mile.; Nobody
had even brken fur minutes un until
til until Roger Bannister did it in 1954.
Since then it has heen hrnknn mi
times by 21 runners."
. And, he noted, none of these
"supermen" his been of thl bulg bulging
ing bulging Weep brigade. i
It li Ton' eontentloi.th.it po

American League

TEAMS
Chicago .
Cleveland
Now York
Detroit .
Baltimore
Boston
Kansas City
Washington
W L
07 55
82 50
71 4
70 71
49 71
45 74
40 79
51 (3
Pet. Gl
.413 A
.584 4
.507 14Vfc
.494 17-.',
.493 17
.441 21,
.432 25A
.411 281.
Today's Games
Detroit at New York
Cleveland at Washington
Kansas City at Boston
Chicago at Baltimore
Yesterday's Results
(Twilight Game)
Chicago 000 000 0000 3
Baltimore 001 001 100 3 10
Pierce (13-14) and Lollar
Fischer (1-4) and Triandos.
(Night Game, 14 Innings)
Chica. 000 000 000 000 000 00 6 0
Balti. 000 000 000 000 000 11 A O
Latman, Staley (8-4) and Roma Roma-no,
no, Roma-no, Lollar. ;.
Walker (11-8) and Ginsberg, Tjl,,
andos. .',

(Night Game)
Cleveland 110 000 0204 9 8.
Washington 012 010 Olx 5 8 L
Grant, Garcia (3-6), Harshmatt..
and Nixon, Fitzgerald. ;
Ramos (13-7) and Korcheck. "-

Detroit 010 001 010 3 10
New Yes 202 201 20x 9 13 1
Foytack (13-13), Burpside, Smith
and Wilson.
Coates (5-1) and Berra.

Kansas City 001 006 0018 14 8
Boston 100 101 1206 11 2
Tsitouris (4-2), Grunwald anT
Smith.

Brewer. (9-11), Fornieles, Schroll
ana wnite.
FRALEY
tential athletes should fit tS'eir
bodies to a sport and not -the
sport to their bodies.
"A little man can't ever exgfct
to be a professional football Sil Sil-back,"
back," Sil-back," he explained. "But JK&ve
you ever noticed that the finest
high divers and the het cH

jumpers are little men 7 Therein,
a SDnrt tn fit Dor.Kn., u. .-''

" 'ttJUUUJ. UUtr.-d
wen as physical ability a compi
musi nave tne proper me

tai approach as well as motiva
tion t""".,

Pminrl Tahla Tn P,r
In Six $100,000 i

Racs Before Spring!'

A I I A rJ I'll f'I'I'V AT T TtniA W

Owner Travis Kerr has seIecteC5;J

ugia program 01 six SMrOOOC: -t

tory's greatest Thoroughbred mon?- f I
ey winner retires to stud next!1
spring. ; Vj
Round Table, who has eaineoC H-lj
$1,614,539 during a brilliant raCingr
career, hpoino ths itm. c.ui7"

itinerary with the invitation, r M

United Nations Handiean t. thCs.1

Atlantic City track on Sept.; 1922: 1922:-He
He 1922:-He will carry 136 pounds in. tha :

race, the highest weight of hiCI
The five-year-old nn rrf pyirtrtw

m""'" s I'len gi-ueuuieo io race ,,tvi

ju me nunawarj at Aqueduct oiCT
Sept. 26 the Hawthorne Gold CniW'S

at Haw;horne Park, Oct. 17 thC
Man O'War Handiran at in,,.1

duct, Oct. 24 the Jockey CI11KT v

Gold Cup at Aqueduct Oct. 31?" rJ
and the Washington n r

nauonai at Laurel on Nov. 11.

tverr. an Oklahoma Citv niimiZ.vl

said Wednesday that he realize j-J
Round Table wax in fnr

program mis tan, but has decided
trt lof tha Kt.11 ,U l;

u. uj iuu as nig OViWmtui

umumcirr oy letting US knovti..
Round Tflhle. whn mav k jp

rr synaicauon oy tne Kerr famT
ily, has already earned $205,400!
this year, winning; six of nin
starts and Coming up with a secTT
ond and a third in th nihr !,...-"

outings. """?!

Shimmy's Legal Again ?

JAMESTOWN, N. Y. (T7PT1) Zi'
After more than 30 years hSt'
bunny hug and, the" shimmy areV

legal again in jamesiown. sXf
They were banned during thr-Hf
Ja-g 20'i by ; the outraminrM
townfolk; Recently, the dnKrJ
were removed from- the proscrib-
d lilt by the city eounci

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGI SEVEN
Qlrm4M Masm Advance To US Tennis Singles Semifinals

. J-V-.IV:-

JOE WILLI A"MS

It took gome iime for ftiethopo ftiethopo-litan
litan ftiethopo-litan editor to decide whether
criteal essays with ice
ihows should bt. invested m the
delicite profoundities "jofJ the-dya-ma
department or in the more-hairy-chested
monotones of the
sports side.
Sonja Henie was responsible. For
er, Still the same gal who htt
been s much a part of the sports
page' as box scores and late
scratches. Was she any less a skat skateror,
eror, skateror, was appearing in a full full-leilgtlL
leilgtlL full-leilgtlL richly mounted produc-
Essentially, she was still a skat skat-err
err skat-err atill th me gall who had
grown UP in Prts wih DiMag DiMag-eio,
eio, DiMag-eio, Schmeling, Hagen, TUden,
Grange, Gallant Fox et al., and
certainly Helen Hayes hasn't
started that way.
Not all editors have been as
inherently equipped to resolve
iuch a quandary as John Harris
is. His dad was professionally in interested
terested interested in both the stage and
ports. Inevitably, almost ata ata-vistacally,
vistacally, ata-vistacally, it followed he would
perceive in ice shows a proper
and profitable blend of the two.
Example: His current Ice Capades
In their 20th anniversary at Ma Madison
dison Madison Square Garden.
"Mvh vmi 're too voting lo
wmhrmt it. but mv dad once
owjieqHhe Boston club in tne Na National
tional National Qeague," said the Pitts Pitts-burgherg
burgherg Pitts-burgherg we joined him in mid midnight
night midnight neotar after the premier.
(This waklike askir- Grandma
Moses whether she remembered
Mary Pickford.-so we did nothing
to discourage the man's fantasy, i
"DH owned the club from '07
through '10. Actually, he bankroll bankrolled'
ed' bankrolled' a counle of brothers named
Dovey, putting up $75,000. Known
as the Boston Nats, they became
the Boston Doves. And like the
symbolic bird of peace, they sel
dom menaced anybody. Most of
the time they were in last place."
WORLD'S GREATEST
Harris came into ice shows via
skating rinks and hockey teams.
At, the end of his first season in
deepfreeze theatrics his take
Home loot was less than $200. Last

Rax In Pay
CRESCENT CITY, Calif. (UPI)
Contractor Tom Bull, built a
J water tank for the city 40 years
fijto for- $t,800Ker'iee1Hlywa
'warded fontrct'td tear down
the sama tank for a $2,000 fee.

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year -he grossed $5 million' and
indications point to an even more
abundant box office this year.
''This is the only form of e'.ter-

-tainment where the star has to be
an athiete first, a perlormer :
ond," said Harris. "Without wx..a wx..a-ordinary
ordinary wx..a-ordinary skating ; bility, all the
personality, charm and beauty in
the world can't make a boy or
a girl a star."
"Stardom doesn't come overnight
either. The, present gee-whiizer,
Ronnie Robertson, started skating
at 8, Sandy Bulbertson (a doll dolllike
like dolllike blonde) at 5, Billy Henry
(now all of 12) at 3.
"Practically cut his teeth on ice
skates," beamed Harris. Private
ly, we wondered what there was
to beam about. We'd cut much
more than teeth at this sort of
nonsense.
Young Robertson is billed as
the "greatest skater who ever liv lived"
ed" lived" and maybe he is at that
When he goes into one of his
fantastic spins, there is a creepy
illusion of awful physical distor distortion,
tion, distortion, in which he seems to take
on the aspects of an elongated,
whirring cork screw.
"And, of course, you know he's
never had an equal in the Axel
Paulsens," purred Harris.
How could we known, when the
Paulsen character himself remains
an utter stranger to us.
AND HE'S ONLY 22
Taking him as a skater and
hence as an athlete young Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, reportedly getting $75,000 a
season, must be ranked among
the highest paid in sports. Only
Williams, Musial, Mantle and
Mays, in baseball, would surpass
him; Arcaro, Shoemarker, Yea
za and possibly Hartack, among
the jockeys; nobody in pro goll
or pro football.
And how many prize fighters?
Three or four at the most. If the
500 Mile Race is a sports, Roger
Ward would have to be included included-his
his included-his check for winning the '59 In Indianapolis
dianapolis Indianapolis madness was $106,850.
But at 22, the bladed virtuoso is
still a mere baby in point of earn earning
ing earning potential.
"Another thijag" said Harris.
"No sport places a greater de demand
mand demand on physical fitness. Not even
a Floyd Patterson could be in bet better
ter better shape than our principals.". .
Obviously, the reference was not
to -the Patterson'' Jph,ansson had
Teffrfflfw&rA ;ior.ftMSpfyrr
object no, one could possibly wish
to imagine-, ;v.
GEISHA
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(Sundays From 3 P.M.)

Joe Brown Says
tie's Satisfied"
As Lightweight

By BILL HENRY
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPD-Light-weight
champion Joe Brown, who
once thought of stepping up a di division,
vision, division, said today he is satisfied
to stay in the 135-pound class
"even though I may be running
out of opponents."
The hard-h i 1 1 i n g champion
Wednesday night scored a fourth
round technical knockout over Ca Canadian
nadian Canadian welterweight champion
Gale Kerwin in a nationally-tele
vised, non-title 10-rounder.
"I've been making the light
weight limit easy," Brown said,
"even though 1 was overweight
last night." Brown weighed in t
140 for the Kerwin fight.
"I've just about run out of op opponents
ponents opponents by fighting so much,"
Brown said, "although the NBA NBA-National
National NBA-National Boxing Assn. will keep
10 fighters up there for me."
Brown bore no marks of his
battle with Kerwin, which referee
Jack Dempsey stopped at 1:50 in
the fourth with the Canadian
bleeding from a severe cut over
his left eye. It was the second
time in his 40 professional bouts
that Kerwin, who has been side sidelined
lined sidelined for almost a year due to
a severe case of anemia, had
been stopped by a cut.
The 33-year-old champion
knocked Kerwin down in the sec second
ond second round for a seven-count with
a left-right combination which he
said has been working perfectly
for him in his last three fights.
Each fighter got $4,000 of the
television money with Brown get getting
ting getting 30 per cent of the gate and
Kerwin getting 25 per cent. At At-tndance
tndance At-tndance was 3,182 paid.
The bout was staged by the Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Dispatch-Ohio State Jour
n;J Charities with all proceeds,
after expenses, going to charity.
A two-match wrestling show was
also staged with former heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight champion Jersey Joe Wal Wal-cott
cott Wal-cott refereeing.
Stick-to-lt
LAKELAND, FLi. (UPD-Mrs.
Helen K. Apfelbeck of Lakeland,
Fla., is a shining example of
how perseverance pays off.
The 53-vear-old mother of three
and grandmother of four, who
sorted college in Nebraska 31
jfears ago, was recently grtfduat grtfduat-iei
iei grtfduat-iei from Florida Southern College
here.
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Tut Bartzen,
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Holmberg In
Upset Wins
By STEVE SNIOER
FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UPI)-Top-seeded
Alex Olmedo of Peru
and Neale Fra.rr of Australia
rode out a wave of upsets yester yesterday
day yesterday and gained the semifials of
the U.S. tennis championships a a-long
long a-long with unseeded giant-killers
Bernardd (Tut) Bartzen of San
Angelo, Tex., and Ron Holmberg
of Brooklyn.
Bartzen and Holmberp marip

shambles of the seedings with
staggering upsets over Davis Cup Cuppers
pers Cuppers Barry MacKay of Dayton,
Ohio, and Rod Laver of Australia.
Bartzen, 31-year-old left-hander
who holds the V. S. clav rourt ti.
tie, cut down third-seeded Mac Mac-Kay,
Kay, Mac-Kay, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 with a touch of
genius on his service returns and
crisp volleys. Holmberg, a Tulane
University senior blasted fourth-
seeded Laver, 6-8, 7-5, 6-0, 6-3,
and Saturday will play Olmedo,
who ousted eighth seeded Roy
Emerson of Australia. 6-4. 3-6 6-2.
6-3.
Then Fraser became the last
hope of the Australians, who have
won the crown in all-Australian fi finals
nals finals for three straitnt vears. bv
Knocking off sixth seeded Luis
Ayala of Chile, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4.
Fraser will play Bartzen in Sat Saturday's
urday's Saturday's other semifinal.
In. women s singles, Britain's
Christine Truman and Ann Haydon
won the right to play each other
in Saturday's semifinals and Dar-
lene Hard of Montebello, Calif.,
made it in the opposite bracket
where she'll play Wimbledon
champion Maria Bueno of Brazil.
Miss Truman brushed off Doro Doro-thv
thv Doro-thv Head Knorte of Panama. 6-1.
6-2 Miss Haydon trounced South
Africa's second se?ded Sandra
Reynolds, 6-3, 6-2 Miss Bueno
misled Louise Brough Clapp o
Beverly Hills, Calif., 6-3. 6-2,arid
Miss Hard came from behind to
defeat 16-year-old Karen Hantze of
San Diego, Calif., 5-7. 9-7, 6-3.
Bartzen's Victory over MacKay
was the greatest surprise of the
tournament, since the' lean, light light-hitting
hitting light-hitting Texan was conceded little
chance of bouncing the' big Davis
Cupper oh a grass Ssourt. But
Bartzen, an artist on clay, I con consistently
sistently consistently picked MacKay'sboom MacKay'sboom-ing
ing MacKay'sboom-ing service off the unevflA turf
and whacked it back with low,
hard-to-handle returns that helped
him break service five times dur during
ing during the match.
Holmberg, a 22 year-old slugger
who dropped from sixth to 20th
in U. S. rankings last year, up upset
set upset Dick Savitt of New York and
18-year-old Earl (Butch) Buchholz
of St. Louis on his way to the
quarter finals. Against Laver, 21-vear-old
Aussie Davis Cupper, he
kept bombing away in the same
style.
Wimbledon champion Maria
Bueno of Brazil. Darlene Hard of
Montebello, Calif., and Ann Hay Haydon
don Haydon of England gained the worn worn-n'j
n'j worn-n'j semifinals.
Mis! Bueno scored 6-3. 6-2 over
Mrs. Louis Brough Clanp of Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Hills. Calif., 1947 U. S. cham champion
pion champion and four-time Wimbledor
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Win Third Straight

IL Playoli Games
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (L'PD (L'PD-The
The (L'PD-The Richmond Virginians and the
Havana Sugar Kings hope to wrap
ur berths in the final round ot
the International League playoffs
tonight with "straight set" victo
ries. i
The Vees, sparked by the thund
ering bat of Deron Johnson,
downed the staggering Buffalo Bi
sons. 5-2. last night fnr t 3 0 '")'
in the best of seven series, while
the Sugar Kings (lattened the
Columbus Jets, 10-3, to take a
similar lead in that set
Johnson whacked his third and
fourth homers of the series and
drove in all but one of the Rich
mond runs as the Vees continued
their mastery over the fading
pennant winners. Southpaw Billy
Short, a 17 game winner during
the regular campaign, went the
distance for the victors, scatter scattering
ing scattering eight hits and fanning seven.
At Columbus, the free-swinging
Sugar Kings raked five Columbus
hurlers for 15 hits before a s. jrse
crowd of 1,807. Havana locked
the game up in the very first
inning with a six-run splurge that
kayoed Columbus starter Ron
Blackburn. Danny Morejon led
the Cuban attack driving in three
runs with two singles, a double,
and a triple. Walt Craddock went
the distance for the winners, al allowing
lowing allowing nine hits.
DunlopTourney
Third Rund
Matches On
By TED W1LBER
The third round matches of the
1959 Dunlop Golf tourney, now
being played at the Panam Golf
Club, will be played this week
end. Several good matches are
scheduled in both of the men's
flights, and two matches are
scheduled for the women.
In the second round of the
men's matches, the following wins
were posted in the championship
flight:
Nene Arias won over "Skip"
Bahb 4 and 3;
Negro Arias defeated Tommy
Jacks 3 and 2
Col. Art Hurr beat Muller 2 and
1
Kincaid beat Moran by default
Dick Dehlinger beat Morrice 2
and 1
Des Londes beat Wilber 1 up
Jim Hinkle won over Gerrans 5
and 4
Hattler beat Martinz 1 ud
In the men's first flight, the
following results were recorded:
Lalo Arango beat Mercer 2 and
1
Garces beat Cruz 2 and 1 (36
dinner. Miss Hard came from b
hind to defeat 16-year-old Karen
Hantze of San Diego, Calif.. 5-7,
9-7, 6-3, and Miss Haydon elimin
ated Sandra Reynolds of South
Africa, 6-3, 6-2.
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Pennant-Contending Braves
Buy Hustling Enos Slaughter

NEW YORK i UPI) Enos
(Country) Slaughter, the hustling
43-year-old "old pro'' of 22 major
league seasons, was sold to the
pennant contending Milwaukee
Braves yesterday by the New
York Yankees.
The Yankees annuurued it was
a straight cash deal in which the
seven other American League
clubs and the five clubs below the
Braves in the National League
standings waived on him.
Alonzo Johnson
Replaces Pastrano
As Anthony Rival
-ftWWMORE, Md. (UPI)
Heavyweight con;ender Alonzo j
Johnson replaced injured Willie
Pas.rano yesterday as an oppo-
nent for Tony Anthony in next
Fridav night's television fight at :
the Baltimore Coliseum.
Pastrano of Miami Beach, Ha.,
withdrew because of a torn ear- j
tilege in his left knee, suffered
in training. Dr. Stanley Weinklc
of Miami Beach advised the with withdrawal.
drawal. withdrawal. Johnson, of Braddock. Pa., is
ranked 10th among heavyweight
contenders. Anthony of New York,
s ranked fifth among light heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight contenders.
On July 24. Johnson outpointed
Pastrano for his 12th straight vic vic-'rrv,
'rrv, vic-'rrv, But on Aug. 14. Johnson's
winning streak was snapped when
he lost a close decision to Alex
Miteff of Argentina at Madison
Square Garden.
holes)
,1aen Guardia beat Jarrel 4 and
3
Anderson beat Davis 2 and 1
VandergriSt beat Mullin 3 and 2
Bustv beat Abad 3 an.. 2
Bovd beat Tania 1 up
In the ladies' flight, French beat
Hurr 8 and 6- Purdy beat Bishop
6 and 5; Garces 1-"M Sullivan 2
and 1, and Waring beat Sliker 2
and 1.
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Slaughter, who was notified cf
his transfer immediately after
Friday's game with the Detorit
Tigers, Jius returns to the Na
tionai League where he original's
bioke into the majors with th
St. Louis Cardinals in 1938.
The left-handed hitting vetcrin
appeared in 74 games with tni
iankees this season, chiefly as a
ninc-l- hitter. He had 17 hits in 99
i; 'iati for a .172 average.
F w Z'i. seasons in the ma jors.
Slaughter has a lifetime batting
average of .299.
Slaughter, obviously shaken at
tie news, indicated he would re report
port report to the Braves as soon as pos possible.
sible. possible. But he wouid no; be eligible
to play in the World Series should

Milwaukee win the National
League pennant.
Casey Stengel broke the news
to Slaughter personally in his
private office at Yankee Stadium
"I want to thank you for all
you've done and wish you the best
of luck with Milwaukee." Stengel
sa;d.
Stengel had explained previous'v
hat he always had a "soft spot"
in his heart for Slaughter. One of
the reasons might have been the
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away from the Yankees and
thanked Casey for the opportunity
he gave him with the Yankees.
Slaughter enjoyed his best year
in the majors with the Cards in
1949 when he batted 336. He hit
j04 in 77 games wi'h the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees last season. He has appear appeared
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Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
2 medium size bedroomj, living-dining
room, porch, kitchen,
bathroom. 48 street lending',
to the left Belli Vista Phone 3 3-1863
1863 3-1863 FOR Rf NT: Two bedroom
chalet, maid's room. aaraqe Jo"
de Fabrega. Ave No 14, Pasa Pasadena.
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bedroomi, two bathrooms, maid's
room and bathroom separate.
Living room, dininr room, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, terrace, garage, hot
water, fenced, screened Phone
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FOR RENT: Chalet Newly
constructed Three bediooms,
studio, garage, large fenced yard,
hot water Calle G Loma Alegre
phone Balboa 3228.
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To Animals
Box 7iC. Balhna. l
Phone: Curundu .ill 3
Thr following animal' t tlif
foror.l Veterinary Hospital
need xoori home.
1 mark female tn, medium inrr.
native terrier
1 firev (emale ring', long hv
haw, very friendly
1 Pretlv raliro female al
1 Grey' and white young male eai
Call the above telephone number
for the following,
j female kittens, blark and white,
2 months old
1 Female rat, black and white. I
years old.
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INSURANCE COMPANY
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Box T. Diablo, C.Z.
Telephone Pan. 2-0552

"Yeah, I know. You say your unit will
cool the car just as fast as Mark IV. That's
what they all say."
jCv dia A Ci'a., S. A. Tel. 3.7225 Ext. 8 Panama City

Apartments

FOR RINT: Very cool and
comfortable one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, San Francisco. Phone 3 3-5024
5024 3-5024 FOR RENT: Modern three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment. Maid's room.
Hot water Garage Paitilla, 117,
14th Street
FOR RENT: Comfortable threa
bedrooms chalet on 37th Street.
Betwten Ave. Justo Arosemena
and Ave Cuba, available October
the 12th. Tel. 3-0746, 3j399
FOR RENT: Large, screened,
cool and comfortable one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment located in 44
Street. Bella Vista. For informa information
tion information please call: 2-1455 during
office hours or 3-1988 after.
FOR RENT: In residential sec section
tion section Cangrejo, modern and large
two bedrooms apartment, living living-room,
room, living-room, diningroom, kitchen, two
services, maid's room separated,
and garage, with hot water and
cool Selected vicinity. $120 00.
mon thly. Tel. 2-4516.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
jp.lrtmen:, living room, dining
room, kitchen, hot water, maid's
room, garage, etc. Via Argenti Argentina
na Argentina $75. 00. Phone 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
three bedrooms, living room, din dining
ing dining room, two bathrooms, hot
water, maid's- room, garage, etc.
Manuel Maria Icaxa "Formenter
Building" $185 00. Phone 3 3-4994.
4994. 3-4994. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, suitable for two couples,
$80 00 per month. Also space
suitable for bachelor, apartment
or office. $50 00 Apply janitor
at Tl-132, 4th July Ave or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
Apartment for rent at La Cresta.
Modern two bedroom apartment,
living room, dining room, two
balconies, maid's room, etc. 3 3-1
1 3-1 586 kitchen.
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Automobiles

FOR SALE : 1951 Studebaker
commander V-8 with overdrive,
black, 4-dr., four good tires,
brakes recently relined, best of offer.
fer. offer. Call Navy 3073.
FOR SALE: 56 Austin-Healy
$1,695 00. Duty paid. Phone
86-3143.
FOR SALE: 1957 Rambler 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, one owner, 22.000
miles, excellent condition $1, $1,-450
450 $1,-450 00. Call Hull, Cristobal 3 3-1772.
1772. 3-1772. During office hours after
hours 3-2568.
FOR SALE: M.G.A. Roadster,
1958, like new. Phone 6-450,
Gamboa, C. 2.
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford conver convertible,
tible, convertible, radio. heater, 14.000
miles. Best offer. Navy 2202 or
2220.
FOR SALE: 1950 Olds. 4-door,
radio. Recently overhauled $300.
252-A, Coco Solo, Tel. 36-567.
FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile
98, 4 door WSW, 2 tone, good
condition $500.00. 1951 Morris
Minor $250.00. Phone Coco So Solo
lo Solo 552.
FOR SALE. MG-TD 53, radio,
w.w., new paint, new top, lunch lunch-time
time lunch-time 3-1390, Navarro.
FOR SALE: DeSoto 1950 clean,
excellent rubber, fine running
condition, radio. Tel. Balboa
1776 or Balboa 3348.
FOR SALE: 1959 Chevrolet
Corvette, red. all accessories,
reduced. Call Army 87-6198.
FOR SALE: Two 1953 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet 2 ton, 4 cubic yards dump
trucks in good running condi conditions.
tions. conditions. One has an overhauled
1955. The other a brand new
1959 Chevrolet engine.
One 315 Chicago Pnewmatic air
compressor with D4600 Cater Caterpillar
pillar Caterpillar Diesel engine. Mounted on
4 pneumatic wheels and working
in perfect conditions. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama phone 3-7243.
FOR SALE: By US Embassy
1956 FORD, 4-door sedan, 8 cy cylinder
linder cylinder and 1956 CHEVROLET
station wagon, 6 cylinder. Vehi Vehicles
cles Vehicles may be seen and bid forms
obtained at rear of U.S. Embas Embassy
sy Embassy Sept. 14, 15, and 16.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
88, two door sedan, low mileage,
good condition. House 1579-A,
Balboa, phone Balboa 2-3133.
FOR SALE: 1948 Nash sedan,
good condition, new battery, new
tires Tel. No. Balboa 2438.
$100.00.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8 tu tu-dor,
dor, tu-dor, duty paid, good condition,
$650.00. Panama 3-4325.
Car Rentals
Weekending at Santa Clara?
Rent a Herticar from Fiesta. Tel.
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Learning Spanish is not easy, but
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pils. pupils. Individual attention to each
pupil. Lessons mornings, after afternoons
noons afternoons and evening. 4th of uly
Ave Tl-352 No. 10. In front
of Quarry Heights.
Wanted
WANTED: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment with stove, re refrigerator
frigerator refrigerator and must have tele telephone
phone telephone Located centrally, call
3 5207.
WANTED: The Thrift Shop of
the Inter-American Women's
Ctub, a non profit organixation
needs a new location in Panama
by October 1 please call Pana Panama
ma Panama 2 0518.

he public is hereby notified thai Felix Palmer is no
longer connected with our firm and we are not
responsible for any transations made by him.
PLOMERIA PANAMA, S. A.
September 10th, 1059

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FOR SALE: Philco aircondi aircondi-tioner,
tioner, aircondi-tioner, 1 ton console $95. 00.
Dumont TV 1958, $135 00.
Chinese carved chest camphor,
$20.00. Mahogany lamp table,
$10 00. Balboa 4256, 6245,
Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Licorera, dining
table, refrigerator, gas stove,
bedroom set. Mrs. Andrew Louis,
99 Street No. 820, Rio Abajo.
Behind Tropical laundry.
FOR SALE: One youth bed
complete $30.00, one crib, full
site. $30.00 Phone Panama 4-
0776.
FOR SALE: Two twin Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood beds $110; Weetinohouse
12 foot refrigerator, like new
$290; metal chest of drawers,
$10; Magic Chef range, $35;
Tel 3-7810.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
4-piece, Ave. 13, 18-62 up upstairs.
stairs. upstairs. Miguel Milanes.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire electric
stove, China closet, 3 youths
desks etc. Vallarino, Calle 6a.
Golf Heights.
Employment
Opportunities
WANTED: 1 bilingual CP A.
Stateside graduate 25-34 years of
age. must be willing to travel to
U S for 3 months training for
supervisory position. Starting sal salary
ary salary $5,000 to $6,000 yearly.
Servicios y Colocaciones, SA.
Chamber of Commerce Building,
No. 9. Tel. 3-7028, Mr. Levy.
HELP WANTED BAKER:
knowledge of English preferred.
References and experience re required.
quired. required. Good salary. Apply at the
Fort Kobbe Officers' Open Mess,
in person.
Excellent opportunity for young,
currently employed man as ac accountant.
countant. accountant. Proficiency in both
spoken and written English es essential.
sential. essential. Send resume with photo photograph
graph photograph attached to Apartado 7083,
Panama, R. P., giving full parti particulars
culars particulars of experience, back background,
ground, background, as well a expected
starting salary.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Motorcyclist gen genuine
uine genuine horsehide coat and belt, top
condition, used twice only, value
$35 00. Will sell for $16.00.
Phone 6-484, Gamboa.
C.F.N. Radio-TV
Sports Schedule
A full schedule of major league
baseball is on tap for Caribhran
Forces Network listeners and view viewers
ers viewers this week. The complete ra radio
dio radio and television schedule for the
week includes: ;
RADIO (BASEBALL)
Sundav, Sept. 13 Cincinatt vs
?,i,,waukee, 1:30 p.m.
Monday, Sept. 14 Cleveland vs
New York, 1 p.m.
Tuesday. Sept. 15 Chicago vs
New York, 1 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept. 1fi Chicago
vs New York, 1 p.m.
Milwaukee vs San Francisco,
r):(ir p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 17 Milwaukee
vs San Francisco. 5:05 p.m.
TV
Sundav Sept. 13 Sports Time,
3 p.m., Hollywood Derby. 100 mile
Moiorcvcle Race Championships,
and Women's Golf Open. Baseball,
3-30 p.m.. Boston Red Sox vs De De-"
" De-" roil (Aug. 22).
Wednesday. Sept. 1B Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Night Fight, 10 p.m., "Flash"
Flnrde vs Salomon Roysaw.
Thursday, Sept. 17 Fight of
the Week 10 p.m., Monzo John Johnson
son Johnson vs Willie Pastrano.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Aged neturef mi minute
nute minute it give-away prices by the
truckload. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE: Mans bicycle. En English
glish English 28" wheel, large frame. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition, new tires. $18.
Phone Curundu 83-2225.
FOR SALE: Color elides of Pa Panama
nama Panama and Canal Zone. Foto "El
Halcon", beside Panama Hilton.
FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet
pick-up $550.00; 8' table law,
34 hp, $65.00; Jointer-Planer
Vl h p $65.00; air compressor,
regulator and tank, A hp,
$75 00; power hack taw V h.
p $50.00; band saw 13 h p
$50.00; drill press 13 h p
$75.00, '4 electric hand drill
(UST) $25.00; 6" electric dici
lander (HOIT) $35 00; 24 24-battery
battery 24-battery charger (G.E.) $35 00;
6" metal lathe 3 andf 4 jaw
chucks collets, grinder attach attachment,
ment, attachment, $300.00; Craftsman bench
grinder 13 hp, $25.00; power power-pa
pa power-pa c k generator for welding
$100.00; 9" heavy duty tkill
saw, $50.00. Panxer, 5282 Dia Diablo.
blo. Diablo. 2-1637.
FOR SALE: Two Lionel traini,
signals, table, other accessories.
One small bicycle. Balboa 3193.
FOR SALE: Maytag wishing
machine, $75.00; 2 metal dres dressers,
sers, dressers, each $7.50; 1 twin bed,
$15.00; 2 pairs drapes, $20.00;
I table saw; I deep freeie (with
out compressor), $30.00; 1
wrought iron couch, $60.00;
60 cycle, 1 Vi h p. motor,
$75.00. 2-4263, Los Rios 6444.
FOR SALE: Tricycle, 16-ineh
wheels, $7.00; bicycle 16-ineh
with training wheels $12 00;
Laundromat automatic washer
$60 .00; used tire 7:10x15, $2.00.
House 5176-A, Diablo, Tel. 2 2-1573.
1573. 2-1573. SALE: Head Stone new assort assorted
ed assorted in Georgia Granite, Discount
10 for Coroial and Mount
Hope. Apply to MARMOLERIA
CASIMIRO MORENO. Calle B
and 19 West. Phone 2-2656.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 16 ft. fiberglassed
boat. Champ tilt trailer, 50 h p.
Evinrude, equipment, new condi condition,
tion, condition, sacrifice this week $1050
or best offer. Phone 2-2902,
5965-D, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Evinrude, 30
h p. Just like new. Used in fresh
water only. Cruise a day tank
and extra tanks plus tools, etc.
Only $200.00. Call Albrook
4193.
FOR SALE: 14 ft. runabout
fiberglass bottom complete with
motor and trailer $400. House
8112-A, Margarita. Phone 3 3-1341.
1341. 3-1341. Cantelo Scores
Upset Triumph
n St. Leger
DONCASTtR, England, Sept. 12
lliFl) I'h 3-year-old lilJy, Can Cantelo,
telo, Cantelo, owned by bookmaker William
Hill and ridden by Edward Hide,
scored an upset win m the St.
Leger Stakes here today.
The long-striding filly won a
thrilling race by 1 1-2 lengths irom
Gerry Oldham's colt Fidelgo, with
Joe Mercer in the saddle. Three
lengths iurther away came Pin Pin-naii,
naii, Pin-naii, the entry of Queen Elizabeth.
Nine colts and two fillies con contested
tested contested the one mile, 6 furlongs,
132 yards event, which was the
fifth and final event of Britain's
classic horse races.
The betting was 100 to 7, 8 to
1, 100 to 6 respectively, with the
favorite Parthia, quoted at odds
of 8 to 13 and finishing fourth.
The result was a complete sur
prise as the fitly could only place
second in a race here on Thurs
day, and was considered a doubt
ful starter for today's classic.
Parthia, the winner of the Ep
son Derby last June, was ex
peeled to win in a canter, but
refused to exert himself in the
exciting finish over the last 10(
yards of the race.
Swift Meatpacker
Strike Continues
CHICAGO (UPD Swift & Co.,
the nation's largest meatpacker,
last night rejected a counter
proposal offered by two unions as
a way to end a week-old strike.
Compaiy bargainers labeled the
offer by the United Packinghouse
Workers and the Amalgamated
Meat Cutters and Butcher Work
men nothing but a "rehash" of
Sederal mediators said no new
talks were scheduled but a Swift
spokesman said he thought the
two sides could gel together again
Saturday or early next week.
The unions railed another 1,000
men out on strike, adding to the
17.000 workers who walked out
Ust Friday. The 1,000 were em-
! ployed at 25 Swift branch houses
where individual contracts now
lhv Pvnired

Real Estate

FOR 1ALI: Lots 500 ad 1.000
meters, in the Nmvo Hipodrome
UrfaanisatidfL across Hi Rome
Racetrack. All left with street
fronts. sewage, water main ana
electricity. CjH W. McBamctt.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom cottage at Coro Coro-nado
nado Coro-nado Beach. Beautiful view, fruit
and shade trees, well water and
2 power plants. Write R. W.
Hills. Box 1449 Balboa. C.Z. for
appointment. Call at cottage Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
FOR SALE: 4 hectares in
Cerro Axul at lake 2 small Bid's,
deep well, large light plant.
Small stream runt thru property.
One of the moat acinic ind de desirable
sirable desirable location In Cerro Aiul.
House 1579-A, Balboa, phone
Balboa 2 3133.
Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, men econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agenciis. Tlvo Tlvo-li
li Tlvo-li Avenue.
TELEVISION HI-FI SERVICE
For the best of all Give U.S. a
call. U.S. TELEVISION. Phone
3-7607 Panama, from 9 a.m. to
10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
Animals
FOR SALE: Registered beagle
puppies. Sin and dam oat of
quarantine lata last year. Beau Beautifully
tifully Beautifully marked, full black blan blan-ket,
ket, blan-ket, white stockings. Call Al Alfa
fa Alfa rook 4193.
FOR SALE: Doberman Pinscher
one year old female, good watch watchdog,
dog, watchdog, excellent for breeding, des descended
cended descended for AKC champions.
Write box 212, Rodman or see
at 823-A, Farfan.
FOR SALE: Puppies 3 weeks
old. Vi Poodle and V2 German
Shepherd. For information call 2 2-2963
2963 2-2963 (Balboa).
Commercial Sites
NEED OFFICE SPACE?
Will rent desk space in wall lo located
cated located air conditioned offieo.
Receptionist and secretarial ser
vices h desired. Tel. 3-7001,
Special Offers
WANTED! First class tele telephone
phone telephone operator. Habilrty more
important and experience, call
Personal Director, El Panama
Hilton. Tel. 3-1660.
St. Paul's Parish
Fiesta To Feature
Queen's Coronation
Parishioners of St. Paul's are
eagerly looking forward to the
annual parish fiesta, which has
been set for the night of Oct.
16 at the Jamaican Society hall
in Labo Verde.
This event will be highlighted
hv the rrnwnin? nf a t I n u; 0 r
queen to reign over the festi
vities, a contest was launched
some time ago for election ol
Ihe queen and will end with the
countine of voles Ort 2
ireveral functions are being
held by the parochial organiza
Dons in boost 1111' their ranriiHafps
Tomorrow will he tag day by the
cnoir truiid in this connection,
while the Altar Guild will sponsor
a nicht Of fun 7:30 next Fridav
night at the residence of Mars.
way Alien, opposite the Jamai Jamaican
can Jamaican Society hall.
The committee in charge has
planned several features for the
fiesta, in addition to the corona coronation
tion coronation ceremonies.
A fiesta iournal U hema nr.
pared as a souvenir, which should
prove intersting. It will include
prove interesting. It will include
ganizauons ana cnurch officers,
also a message from the rector.
Pacific Side
Mechanics Observe
'Day' Tomorrow
Pacific side Mechanic lodges
will observe Mechanic's Day to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow with a series of activities
beginning with a thanksgiving ser
vice at 3 p.m. in the Weslyan
Methodist Church, conducted by
the Rev. E. S. Alphonse.
Following the service, a special
service will be held st the Ja Jamaican
maican Jamaican Scoiety Hall, followed by
a social.
Several Lodges are cooperating
with the District Grand Lodge No.
1 in the observance.
SINGER HIRES GUARDS
LAKE TAHOE, Nv. (UPD-
Singer Anna Maria Alberghetti
plans to hire guards, install a
burglar alarm and buy a watch
dog to protect her Beverly Hills,
Calif., home from burglar1. The
s nur said she felt the precau
tiond necessary in view of four
burslanei sustained by ner iam

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Investor's Gulde-
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Q. I am a widow who bought
800 shares of National Securities
dividend series mutual fund at
$4.95. Shortly afterward it went
'way down. I then bought another
1,000 shares at $3.45, with the in intention
tention intention of selling the first 800 when
it came back up again. I need
some advice on this. Do you re recommend
commend recommend selling?
A. The first advice I can give
you is that you don't trade mutual
fund shares for a quick turn pro profit.
fit. profit. I don't understand what you
mean by "shortly afterward it
went 'way down." Checking the
records, I see you must have
bought your first lock in 1956 and
the $3.45 stock last year. That's
not "shortly afterward.
I have always felt that mutual
funds are best bought on a regu regular
lar regular monthly basis over a long pe period.
riod. period. As it happens you now nave
a favorable most price.
But if you had begun buying at
$4.95 and continued steadily right
through the subsequent decline
you would today have an even
lower average price.
You now have a fund paying you
better than four per cent on
straight income, plus another per
cent or so on capital gains.
Why don't you just hold these
shares and give up the idea of
trading mutual funds which are
not at all designed as vehicles for
in-and-out tradint (more power to
them for that.)
Q. I have begun an investment
program in a mutual fund. Is it
a safe and sound thing to do?
A. Safe and sound are relative
ideas. If you mean: are your dol
lars as safe as they would be in
an insured savings account, the
answer is no. Whenever you in invest
vest invest in securities you are taking
a chance and a mutual fund is
an organization which invests
your money in securities.
If ybu mean: is it a sound in investment,
vestment, investment, that depends. There are
about 150 mutual funds end scores
of different managements. If you
picked a good one, it's a sound in investment;
vestment; investment; if you picked a medio-
Panama Junior.
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Tennis Tourney
Continues Today
The Panama Girls Junior Ten Ten-nit
nit Ten-nit Tournament continues to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morninj with a quart-r-finals
match betwoon Anabel
Vartla and Carolyn Davis at
9:30. All matches are played at
the Panama Olympic swimming
pool courts.
This is the fifth match ol the
tourney. In the previous match matches,
es, matches, Hilma Cooke won in the.
opener, Betsy Foster won yes yesterday
terday yesterday and Ruth Phillips and
Mary Etslinger also scored
victories. i
Yesterday Miss Foster down downed
ed downed Bossy Reyna 7-S-and '44 4n
a hard fought contest.'
Mercedes Argote will play
her first match of the tourney
next Wednesday against Mary
Etslinger. Promising Jeanino
Hebert will play the winner of
today's match.
Mitii Sucre is listed to play
Efigenia Vouttelakot at an un unannounced
announced unannounced date later this week.
American Grid Loop
Swings Into Action
With Two Meetings
BEVERLY HILlS, Calif. (UPD
The new American Football
League 1 swings into operation
today with its first full-dress
meeting and may decide how and
when it will compete with the es established
tablished established National Football
League' for professional and col college
lege college players.
Other items of interest which
may emerge from the two-day
meeting at the Beverly Hilton Ho Hotel
tel Hotel include possibly the names of
s6me of the coaches of the new
teams.
In this regard two big names
were mentioned unofficially in
connection with the Los Angeles
entry backed by Barron Hilton,
son of the celebrated hotel mag magnate,
nate, magnate, Conrad.
Hilton told a news conference
a few weeks ago he had talked
to Eddie Erdelatz, former Naval
Academy coach, about the head headman's
man's headman's job for Los Angeles but
said he had not come to terms.
It was rumored that : Erdelati
would be paired with Frank
Leahy, the former Notre Dame
coach, as general manager but
Hilton would not comment oil
this.
Besides Hilton, and. his aide,
Tom Eddyi thw'ichduled tu at at-tend
tend at-tend the week end meeting includ
ed owners of franchises in other
proposed league cities: Lamar
Hunt, 27-yar-old oil heir repre representing
senting representing Dallas, Tex.; Bud Adams
of Houston, Tex.; Bob Howsam of
Denver. Colo.; Max Winter of
Minneapolis-fit. Paul: and Don
Shaughnessey and Nash Dohbel of
New ..York-City

SAM SHULSKY.

" one, you have a modiocre in
vestment.
Q. We were clean mat an ttv
1929 Crash. M V hnahanH (Q
to start a mutual fund with $5,
000 and add' $100 a month plus a
lump SUm Of 11 VKl varlv nnfd
he reaches 65. I personally prefer
A. As I hav sairi vn nn ttmu
personally prefer the regular
i: j w4uiBmun at mutual
funds. It seems to me that that
Svstem afrnrdi tha kit w.
chance to average out his eceU
and to arrive at the end of idg
buvine nurimi urifh th. bnu
sible average cost per share for
At 59. nf emirs n
start a 10-year nlan if vna iwA
to retire at 6S. That means you
iiiusi oe sure mat when you sign
up for a mutual fund program you
do not select one which binds you
to 10 years of buying through de deduction
duction deduction of a large .part of the com commissions
missions commissions in the first 13 month.
iou must select what is called a
"voluntary" plan, which means
Commissions are rharoeH nnltr
stock is bought. When you quit,
you have used all the commia commia-sions
sions commia-sions you have paid for.
u you decided to put ,000 into
a program in a lump sum it we-
sents the SJim mvWl. .. C.i
ting $5,000 into the stock market
0D,.OB? y' You mU8t "tusfy your your-self
self your-self that this is the best time to
21 lare purchase. I
utm t kuow now 10 determine this.
As for real ectat- mmi, iu..u
-".-.".J ywUV
do realize a handsome profit from
their real estate investment: But
buying a four-family house is no
uiwie ure roaa to tomiortabl
retirement than buying a farm or
going into anv nthav Ki.-in... it
you know the business, fine; if
juu vim 1 ue careiui and find out
what you can before buying.
INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features SpieJieattY.
MM NoWYwi
KIW YOfiX (UPIl-Tiaht mm.
er conditions eould conceivably
have a favorable effect on the
current business eyck. aayi
Schweikart and Co. J 7
-v yvuiu mil kits I ItaiJiMr MHOP-
et rates could servo to reafrain
corporate manager! irom under undertaking
taking undertaking unnecessary projects a
condition which usually giveaway
to overcapacities and consequent consequently
ly consequently paves the road to a new re recession.
cession. recession. But, the brokorage house notes.
t would be foolish to mMmizi
""Mce of tigheter money
At best, it would aerva to modi modify
fy modify the force of the boom and thui
give the market less reason for
an unqualified advance," Schwei Schweikart
kart Schweikart says.
It adds that for the present (ho
economic recovery i still potent
enough, particularly in the uidus uidus-lai
lai uidus-lai ayra8. limb to new
highs, "but the future of capital
spending will probably prove to
be the primary determinant 1 of
the extent of the climb."
Spear and Staff Inc. rates vitro
Corp. 01 America as a "highly di di-versified
versified di-versified growth stock." Itpointg
out that Vitro operates in six dif different
ferent different industries electronics
mining, rare metal, construction!
missiles and chemicals.
Walston and Co. says that with
an end to the steel strike prob probable
able probable some time this month, busi busi-nessin
nessin busi-nessin general could see a good
fast up-turn in the fourth quarter'
accompanied by some excellent
final quarter earnings.
8 Reserve Banks
Hike Interest

To 27 Year High
WASHINGTON, Sept 1J (DPI)
Eight Federal Reserve Banka
today raised their interest ratea
on loans to commercial bank
to a new 27-year high.
The hike from 32 to 4 per percent
cent percent was authorized by the Fed Federal
eral Federal Reserve Board Thursday in
a move to tighten up credit. It
had been expected since last
week when the commercial
banks raised their basic Interest
raets to 5 percent.
The eight reserve banks af affected
fected affected by the board's order art
those in New York, Cleveland,
Richmond, Chlcagcy- fit. Louia,
Dallas, San Francisco, and Kan Kansas
sas Kansas CityThe other four Federal
Reserve Banks were expected to
follow suit.
The last time the rate was as
high as 4 percent was in 1932.
Frior to that, it was 8 percent
In 1929 and 7 percent In 1920-
TWO-TONE TOOTSIES -5
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)
lice said today that Twink, a pet
rooster stolen from George Vicory
at a Memphis hotel, has two eas easily
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DIABLO PTA PRESIDENT, JAMES A. BRIGMAN, is shown addressing the Diablo Elementary School staff at a desert-coffee held
a! the Fort Amador Officers' Mess. Left to right are' James Sheffield. Rosemary Anderson, Harriet Journey, Blodwyn Turbyfill,
Kathrvne Brown. Beverly Fawcett, James Brifiman. Penny Shirey, Mary Dubbs, Fthel Browne, Alice Clark, Margaret Morris and

Anna Barnes.

Diablo PTA Board
Fetes T eacher Staff
The executive board of the Diablo Heights Partnt Teachers' As Association
sociation Association held their first official function of the 1959-1960 school year
by entertaining the Diablo School Staff at a dessert-coffee held at the
Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess this week.
The purpose of the social meeting was to discuss ways and means
of making the Diablo PTA a functional organization helpful to teach teachers,
ers, teachers, students, and parents alike.
Various programs that have been established in tht past were
discussed as to their value, desirability and improvement.

Lasi year the l'TA Fxecutive
Board provided every teacher with
one or two "homeroom mothers"
throughout the year, these vo volunteer
lunteer volunteer mothers were availablet o
help teachers with planned class classroom
room classroom parties on special occasions
to serve as shoppers for special
supplies needed when students
made gifts for their parents at
school; ort o act as additional
helpers during special school pro programs.
grams. programs. The homeroom mothrs can ami
do relieve teachers of many ex extra
tra extra school chores. The board also
queried the teachers as to sug sug-gesied
gesied sug-gesied aids ofr this school year
as well as types of programs that
1,1 Ko ninci iniiMi"itin'' and

benef.eial for the regularly sched S" e. nment space agency said
ule-i ITA meetings. today the first test llieht ol the
e members of the Diablo slat! capsule designed to carry a man
w tended tins meeting were: ln' space m 1961 accomplished
11 Michel Mesdames Anna!1' of primary objectives.
R-u-ks' Dorothy On- Marjorie, ;The unmanned capsule, dubbed

Fosrut
p.,,r '.,n t (ill H the
Browne. Harried Journey
AlR'C
Clark. Mary Conklm. Beverly Faw
ceM. Margaret Collin.-. Kdith Da Da-is.
is. Da-is. Rosemary Anderson. Mary
Dubbs. Mary" Nelson. Blodwyn
Turbylill. Ilrel Williams, Kath Kath-ryne
ryne Kath-ryne Brown Margaret Morris and
M i c Irtcnnhinp W i I ll p r i

The first PTA meeting tor this S(al- Bul a Nav-V destroyer picked
school year is scheduled for Mon-l'tuP ""art within two hours,
riav Oct 5 at the Diablo Heights! Thl" National Aeronautics and

gymnasium
It is at tins evtnt that all par parents
ents parents with children in Diablo F.le F.le-tnentary
tnentary F.le-tnentary School can meet with
their children's current teachers
for this year.
The guest speaker for this meet
Ing will be Ll. Col. Robert D.
Brown Engineering and Construc Construction
tion Construction Director of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Company. Members of the Can Canal
al Canal Zone Government's Schools Di Division
vision Division will be honored guests
All persons interested in PTA
Weather Or Not
This weather report tor.lhe 24
hours raiding a.m. tday Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydroaraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 81 80
Low 73 IK
HUMIDITY:
High 7
Low 79 85
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-U NW-12
RAIN (inches) .16 T
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 82 81
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake
Madden Dam
8.1.75
213.77
BALBOA TIDES
,ATl RDAY. SEPT. 1?
Hih
Time
11:31 am
Ht.
n 8 n.
Low

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6:49 p.m.
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1.2 ft.
27 ft.

activities in the Canal Zone have
been invited to attend this meet meeting.
ing. meeting. Refreshments will be served
during a social period to follow.
The group hopes that all Diablo
school parents will indicate an ac active
tive active interest in PTA by attending
the first meeting on Oct. 5.
Unmanned Capsule
'Big Joe' Success
In Initial Flight
WASHINGTON (I'PI) The

lls wdN iiunciit-M weunr?-
day bv an Atlas rocket from the
Cape Canaveral, Fla missile test
center. The rocket failed to reach
maximum velocity, but still pow powered
ered powered the capsule almost to its
planned height and speed.
The capsule fell into the sea
several hundred miles short of its
.ipace Aoinuusii anon in.idai sain
the capsule was in excellent condi-
hailed this feature of the test as
proving the durability of "Big
Joe."
Robert R. Giliuth, director of
the "Project Mercury" program
cn manned spare flight, said data
telemetered bad, from the cap capsule
sule capsule indicated thai the tempera temperature
ture temperature .nside the capsule would
have been completely safe for any
occupant.
Despite an outside temperature
of miir? than 3,000 degrees Fahr Fahrenheit,
enheit, Fahrenheit, In said, the reading inside
the instrument compartment nev never
er never wen above 100 degrees.
NASA observers said the cap
Mile was more brilliant than the
brightest star as it flashed across
the h.irion at a height of nearly
ten miles and a speed of r.(MM)
miles an hour.
The capsule will he taken to
Project Mercury headquarters at
l.angley Research Center. l.ang l.angley,
ley, l.angley, Va.. where it will he taken
apart and examined
Among other llnngs, the test
proved the effectiveness of the
capsule's heal shield and its
flight dynamic characteristics. It
also showed that scientists were
on the right track with their sys system
tem system for recovering ihe capsurle.
Latest Guild Play
Features Mayles,
Len Worcester
"Visit lo a Small Planet." now
in rehearsal at the Theatre
Guild, will feature John Mayles
and I. en Worcester in the leading
roles
Others In the cast ot the Gore
Vidal loinedv are (,' H Merch Merchant.
ant. Merchant. Riilh line I.aisen, hatliv
W ilber, Mike Wilson and Joe Dal
fin
The production, winch is under
the direction of Mrs, Adela Bet
lis, is scheduled for presentation
the week of Oct. 12.

MEMBERS OF THE 1959 1960 Parent Teachers' Association Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Board make plans for the PTA programs to be schedul scheduled
ed scheduled for the current year. In the group are: James A. Brigman,
president: Mrs. Robert E. Medinger, secretary; Mrs. William H.
Shirley, public relations; and James G. Sheffield, vice president.
Also on the executive board are Mrs. Melvin Bierman, treasurer treasurer-and
and treasurer-and K. M. Peddrick, photographer.

Woman Assaulted, Fireman Protect Boy
Under Threatened Gunfire In New York
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (I'PI ) Four young hoodlums seized a 44-year-old woman on a side sidewalk
walk sidewalk in Brooklyn early yesterday and drove her to a house where they raped her while hold holding
ing holding a knife at her throat.
At about the same time, a gang of Puerto Ricans calling themselves the "Mau Maus" chased
a 13-year-old boy into a Brooklyn fire station and threatened to "shoot up the place" when fire firemen
men firemen went to his aid.
The latest outbreak of juvenile terrorism came as Police Commissioner Stephen Kennedy ad admitted
mitted admitted that the summer-long wave of violence was still on the upswing despite a police crack crackdown
down crackdown that has resulted in the arrest of nearly 500 youths.
Mayor Robert F. Wagner and his top aides drew up a legislative program calling for drastic
revision of state and federal laws covering interstate shipment, sale and possession of weapons

Police said three .Negroes and at
Puerto Rican grabbed the white
woman as she was about to go
into a subway entrance en route
to work at an all-night beauty
shop in the Times Square area.
The hoodlums slugged her, po
lice said, and then dragged her
screaming into a waiting car.
They drove her three miles lo the
house where the assault occurred.
The woman hailed a taxi and
went lo a police station. Detec
lives returned to the scene until
she recognized the house.
Police broke, in and seized .lim-
mie Rogei's l.Utrsford, 17, a truck
helper.
Information obtained from him
led lo the arrest of James Daniel
Bellamy, 20. a cook's helper, ami
Alexander Williams. 18. a laborer
A fourth youlh, known as "Pan
cho," was bein! sought.
i a
Firemen Douglas MacMillan, 47,
was on duty at the Bi'ookhn lire
slalion when a boy ran in, pur
sued by seven members of the
Man Maus gang.
When MacMillan went to the
boy's aid, the gang members
cursed1 him. One tore a I-by-4
wooden support from tree and
swung It at the firemen.
Four other firemen, awakened
hv the commotion, rame down
stairs, and one of the Teenagers
threatened to "go get a shotgun
and kill, all of you." The fire firemen
men firemen telephoned police
Police later arrested Francisco
(Loco) Bosques, 17, Elliot (Mr.
Clean) Lobron. Mi. Joseph (De (Demon)
mon) (Demon) Ramos, 17, Tony (Shadow)
flans, 17, Ksleban (Slevie) Hi
vera. IB, ami Victor Cerezo, 17.
The hoy they had been chasing
slipped away in the contusion.
Warner and the city's district
allorneys have drawn up a legis legislative
lative legislative program calling for drastic
revision of stale and Federal las
covering interestale shipment,

sale, and possession, of weaDons. i

including switchblade knives, sti-
ii'iios aim spoi ls starter pistols
favored by teen-age warlords.
Wagner and his aides also will
ask the Federal government to
assign more narcotics agents to
New York to curb the flow of
marijuana, heroin and cocaine
to "jungle" neighborhoods which
breed juvenile violence.
Since Wagner ordered a crack
down Sept. 1 on Teenage street
loiterers, more than 450 paisley
shirled, pompadroured punks hae
been arrested.
The mayor began a series of
hourly messages on city stalio
WNYC Thursday reminding par parents
ents parents of their responsibility for
knowing where their children are
at all limes.
Meanwhile in Detroit four police
men were injured in a fighi with
leenajje ga?ig when they Ined
to break up a. mob of Negro youths
preparing lo buttle a group of
whiles.
The fight erupted when the four
policemen halted their cruiser to
investigate a; reported gang gath
eflng. They found about 10 youths
crammed into an old. car.
When the police asked Larrv
Nolan, 17, for his identification
Nolan allegedly refused and said.
"What right have you to question
me'"
Nolan reportedly grabbed one
of the officers and knocked him
down. Then the rest of the gang
clambered out of the car and at attacked
tacked attacked all four policemen.
Two squad cars wi(h reiforce reiforce-menls
menls reiforce-menls were required before the
battle was quelled.
Four of the youths were arrest arrested
ed arrested al the scene in front of Nolan's
home, ami one later was picked
up at his home.
Police found a bayonet, three
knives and Iwo old guns hidden
beside Nolan's house.
The five youths arrested charged

Racial Peace Is Keynote Of Week
On Increasing School Integration

NEW YORK, Sept. It UPT) The first week of elassec in Southern public schools ended yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday afternoon with racial peace the hallmark.
More schools voluntarily admitted or were ordered by Federal courts to admit Negroes in
slightly increasing numbers for the 1959 school year which began for most schools last Tuesday.
The token integration was marked by either the silent treatment from white students and
parents or passive resistance such as boycotting. Alerted police and carefully worked out plans
by school officials prevented disturbances in most communities faced with school integration for
the first time.
The only exception was at Little Rock, Ark., where a Daradp of white residents nrntttH

integration of white schools there last month. The Labor Day

tegration scene.
A new development in the inte
gration picture tame yesterday
when Memphis State University
enrolled eight .Negro students to
break the color barrier there for
the tirst time.
Memphis, described by Negro
leaders as tht most segregated
of all Ttnntsstt cities, reacted
calmly to tht integration move.
The university announced plans
to keep the Negroes "inconspicu "inconspicuous"
ous" "inconspicuous" during their campus careers,
setting up eating, sleeping and so social
cial social arrangements outside the
campus.
White students roamed the cam campus
pus campus unaware the color barrier had
been broken.
In announcing that Negroes had
entered the school, Dean R. M.
Robinson revealed elaborate plans
to keep them as "segregated" as
possible until white and Negro stu students
dents students become "accustomed to each
other."
Robinson revealed the school
stood ready tvtn to buy books
for Negroes and dtlivtr them at
their homes to kttp thtm out of
tht crowdtd campus bookstort.
The Negroes were summoned to
the campus for a "special orienta
tion," then registered for classes in
an unannounced move. The time
and place of the "orientation was
kept secret to the last hour.
Memphis State had agreed to ad admit
mit admit Negroes this fall after a long
court fight against integration.
It was expected the Negroes
would register with white students,
starting Monday.
Robinson said school officials de
cided on the special registration
because during regular registra registration
tion registration "lines are extremely long and
people get extremely irritable and
hot.
We don't want anything lo hap
pen here that has happened on
other campuses," he said
Tht Negroes were urged to
schtdult all their classes in tht
morning so they would not have
to tat in tht school caftttria.
Sptcial rtst rooms and lounges
wert earmarked for their use.
The school made arrangements
to buy their books and deliv er them
to their homes.
The Negroes were told if they
wanted suppHes from the book bookstore
store bookstore and found it crowded, that
the president of the student body-
would "be glad" to make the pur purchases
chases purchases for them.
They were told they could ask
thev were hptBn ih (
a police station and at the sta-
tion.
Thaddeus Steel, 16, told the pro
secutor's office he was beaten and
kicked by at least four patrol patrolmen
men patrolmen at the station garage.
The other four youths arrested
were Lenjiie Fry, 18, Nolan; Clar Clarence
ence Clarence Bingham, 17, and Joe Van
Howard Jr., 16. All five were
charged with felonious assault.
Doctors at a hospital, where
Steel was examined and released,
said they could find no injuries.
Two of the injured officers were
treated and released, and two
were kept overnight for observa observation.
tion. observation. Crew Of Sunk Ship
Arrives In Panama
On Rescue Vessel
The crew of the Panamanian
coastal vessel Silfides which sank
off Chepillo isle Wednesday arriv arrived
ed arrived here yesterday aboard the Vic Victoria.
toria. Victoria. The 12-ton Silfides, captained by
Jose N. de Leon, sank when i
sprung a leak and started takinc
water so fast the crew could not
use the pumps.
They were rescued by the Vic Victoria
toria Victoria before it sank one hour later.
The Silfides was bringing a ship
ment of plainlains from Yaviza.
SENTENCE SOLDIER
CLARK AIR 1'ORCK BASE,
Philippines (UP. i A U.S. A i r
Force court martial yesterday
found S-Sgl. Ronald Jones, 3). Sail
Lake City, Ulah, guilty of attempt attempting
ing attempting to smuggle $4,500 worth of
jewelry into the Philippines from
Hong Kong in a life jacket. He
was sentenced to six months at
hard labor.

jihe teacher for "special seating'

in the classrooms.
"In other words, wt tsktd
thtm to bt as inconspicious as
possible," the dean said. Ht
addtd that "wt haven't brought
them here to dtny thtm any priv privilege."
ilege." privilege." Meanwhile in Virginia's rural
Prince Edward County, one of the
original defendants in the Supreme
Court's historic desegregation de decree,
cree, decree, opened a makeshift school
system for all of its white students
as a last resort against integration.
Almost simultaneously, three
all-white high schools in south southwest
west southwest Virginia wtrt told to admit
Ntgrots for tht first time by next
Jan. 25.
Federal District Judge Roby C.
Thompson ruled at Roanoke that
Floyd County must accept 14 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in its two high schools and
Galax was told to enroll a Negro
girl in its only white high school.
Limited integration, dodged suc successfully
cessfully successfully in Prince Edward County
for more than five years, proceed proceeded
ed proceeded quietly in Charlottesville, Ar Arlington,
lington, Arlington, Alexandria, Front Royal
and Norfoik, Va.
Some1 1500 whites were assigned
to classes in churches and civic
buildings throughout Prince Ed Edward
ward Edward which chose to close all 21 of
its public schools rather 1han to
bow to a final Federal court order
to desegregate this month.
The action, accomplished by
shutting off county funds,. Itft
1700 Negro studtnts without pub public
lic public schools. A Negro loader said
ht fears juvtnilt dtlinqutncy will
incrtast among tht childrtn of
his ract.
The Rev. L. M. Griffin, a Bap Baptist
tist Baptist minister who serves as coor coordinator
dinator coordinator of the NAACP here, said a
drive will be made for funds to
send as many Negroes as possible
to schools in other areas.
Griffin said the Negroes would
make no attempt to run their own
private system because they con considered
sidered considered it a "compromise" in their
long fight for integration in the to

bacco-growing county, about 50,,o,' memoer ot tne city man man-miles
miles man-miles west of Richmond, jager board.
Prince Edward was one of the ,A Plan to bomb the building was

five original defendants in the 1954
Supreme Court ruling.
It lost one legal battle after
another until finally an appeals
court ordered desegregation to
begin this month.
Farmville Mayor William F.
Watkins Jr. hailed the star! of the
emergency private classes as a
"memorable occasion" and urged
the white students to work hard
to justify the sacrifices of their
parents who donated the money to
run the private schools.
About 400 high school-age stu students,
dents, students, divided into a so-called "uo-
ner school," gathered in a movij
theater in Farmville for the opening-day
ceremony.
Miami, which experienced token
integration in two grade schools
this week for that state's first be-low-college
integration, found only
13 white students left in the Or Orchard
chard Orchard Villa school with four Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. The school may be turned
into an all-Negro school next week.
In a Northern twitch on the
usual desegregation situation,
some 250 Negro students from
Harlem will attempt to register
at a junior high school in the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive Riverdale section of the
Bronx next Monday in protest to
the transfer of 100 white students
to the school.
The move to "integrate" the
scnom in nrenominantly white Riv-
r.u-r wu, ,)e maoe ny an associa-
tion of Harlem parents who have

Southern Beauties Lose In
For Tonight's Crowning Of

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Sept.
2 (Ul'l) The 32nd Miss Amer America
ica America contest goes uto the tiome
stretch tonijjht with the winner
still as much in doubt as when
the contest started last Monday.
In three nights of preliminary
judging, the South's only victor
was Miss District of Columbia,
all the rest of the awards went
solidly to the North and West. A
Mississippi girl won last year.
The final round of preliminary preliminary-judging
judging preliminary-judging last night gave a victo victory
ry victory lo Michigan's Ann Marston,
sional archer, who won her first
beauty contest before she could
walk.
The last of three preliminary
swim suit awards went to Wis Wisconsin's
consin's Wisconsin's Mary Alice Fox of She Sheboygan,
boygan, Sheboygan, who al 5 feet I inches
is one of the two littlest girls in
the contest. It was the first bath bathing
ing bathing suit competition Miss Fox had
ever been in.
The victories of the plumber's
daughter from Wyandotte, Mich.,
and he Wisconsin co-ed who
wants to be a speech therapist
gave the South a aound drubbing
at the pageant preliminaries.
As tht annual contest headed
- t ..,. . ; i

bombings there also marred the in

contended for several years that
Harlem schools are "segregated
and inferior." Their protests have
had the support of the NAACP.
Paul B. Zubar, attorney for eignt
families involved in a boycott of
Harlem schools last year, said the
new protest resulted from resent resentment
ment resentment over the transfer to River River-dale
dale River-dale of 100 white students from an
overcrowded school in a section of
Manhattan adjoining Harlem.
Zuber said Harlem parents feel
that their children have just as
much right to be transferred.
Charles M. Shapp, assistant su
perintendent of schools, said "no
racial or tthnic considerations"
tnttrtd into tht transftr. Ht
said tht only reason all tht
transftrrtd studtnts wtrt whitt
was that they camt from a whitt
neighborhood.
Several independent groups of
Harlem parents have called for a
boycott of Harlem schools next
Monday and Tuesday to protest
school conditions. The action could
involve as many as 40.000 Neero
pupus.
Mtanwhilt in Little Rock, au authorities
thorities authorities i n v t s tigating thrtt
bombings disclostd they had dis discovered
covered discovered a cache of o5 sticks of
dynamite and said that up to 50
persons might bt arrtsttd.
Police and FBI agents found the
dynamite and a quantity of fuse
hidden about 10 miles west of the
city.
Police Chief Gene Smith also
disclosed that 10 sticks of dyna dynamite
mite dynamite and six feet of fuse had been
found in the backyard of the resi residence
dence residence of one of five men being
held on charges of destruction of
property with explosives.
Smith said the Prudential Insur Insurance
ance Insurance building, on a heavily trav
eled street between the state Ca Capitol
pitol Capitol and the business district, had
been the intended target of a
fourth bombing Monday night.
The one-story, brick building
houses the office of Letcher Lang-
Vm "oneQ Because ot tne heavy
traffic alon" street. Smith said.
Prosecuting 'orney J. Frank
Holt, assisting in the investigation,
said that Samuel Beavers, 49, and
John T. Coggins, 39, were involved
on the insurance building.
They also were involved. Holt
said, in the explo-ion thai damag damaged
ed damaged the private office of Mayor
Werner C. Knoop.
Police said J. D. Sims, 33, a thin
and ailing truck driver, has ad admitted
mitted admitted he was implicated in the
two other bombings.
One wrecked an office in the
school board board buildinp, just
off the downtown section,".-'
The other wrecked a oH'y-owned
station wagon assigned lo Fire
Chief Gan Nalley. The vehicle was
parked in front of Nalley's house.
Mrs. Pric To Act Act-As
As Act-As Zone Librarian
cor Mrs. Burnham
Mrs. Emily J. Price will act as
Canal Zone librarian during the
absence of Mrs. Eleanor D. Burn Burn-ham,
ham, Burn-ham, who is leaving on a three-
montts vacation in the States.
Mrs. Burnham plans to travel
by ship to California, then drive
to Louisiana. Sh? will resume
her duties as libratian-curalor at
me canal Zone Library-Museum
Ion Decenfber 14.
into the last lap, veterans con connected
nected connected with the show of pulcri pulcri-tude
tude pulcri-tude recalled the past and com commented
mented commented of the present and pos possible
sible possible future.
The Miss America contest has
come a long way since ihe 1 rst
flapper entrants paraded on the
Boardwalk in bathing suits, but
the girls still could be prettier, -a
veteran pageant official said
today.
Robert W. Leeds, a member of
the board of directors of the pag pageant
eant pageant for 15 years and a leading
Atlantic City hotel man, said the
only way to improve the quality
of the beauties who enter the con contest
test contest each year is to go to the
grass roots and look for them,
By stimulating sponsorship of
local pageants by civic minded
organizations, Leeds said, such
progress has been made along
these lines.
"Many girls now are more qiul
ified to go in the iCoulegt." he said
in an interview, "but they could
be prettier, look better on the
runway, perhaps, than some we
have. Perhaps the talent could be
better, too.

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It doesn't do a person muck
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i if nothing ever develops.
Argentine Envoy
Thanks US Army
For Search Assist
In a letter to Maj. Gen. Charles.
L. Dasher, commanding generaL
USARCARIB Miss Angele CKo CKo-mera
mera CKo-mera Vera, Argentinian ambi.
sador to Panama, expressed" hifi
government's appreciation for the.
help and assistance extended, by
U.S. Army Caribben personjipT ip
searching for a lost Argentinian
aircraft.
The airplane, a Beechcraft Bo Bonanza
nanza Bonanza piloted by Argentinians Juan
Blaquier and Juan Carlos Mendi Mendi-vil,
vil, Mendi-vil, crashed in the vicinity of Ce Ce-baco
baco Ce-baco Island last July, on a flight
from Nicaragua to Panama. Sight
officers and three enlisted men
from the ITS Armv TAfiS Prni.M
, - 'WJI
in Nicaragua and Fort KobWi
937th Engineer Company (AvTjl.
tion) (1AGS) cooperated in-tt
quest for the missing plane and
aviators.
In forwarding the letter oif ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to the personnel involv.
ed, Dasher added his commenda commendation:
tion: commendation: "The initiative and friwdjj
spirit of cooperation displayed y
each of the participants has sefveij
again to demonstrate the humani humanitarian
tarian humanitarian spirit of the armed force
of the United States in behelf of
our Latin American neitjhb'or,
Actions such as these are invalu invaluable
able invaluable contributions toward conti
nued good relations in Latin Ar
rica and add to the prestige of
our military forces overseas."
In a reply to Miss Romera Ve
ra, Dasher expressed his sympar
thy to the Republic of Argentina
and to. the families of the lost pi pilots.
lots. pilots. The Army personnel who took
and to the families of the lost pi. v
pan m mis mission were ca
Mike D, Lord,: First Lts. Louis A
Marinacci and Joel ft. Steine, alL
Sp. 4 William G, B. Sims of the
IAGS Project in Nicaragua, and
Capt. Claude C Hargett, First Lfi
Norman H. Miller, Charles $. Ship
man, Charles A. Spencer and Rich
ard W. Leister, Sp. 4 Robert P.
Silva and M-Sgt. Thomas M. Cosp Cosp-er
er Cosp-er of the 37th Enginer Comoa-
ny.
British Zionist Zionist-Leader
Leader Zionist-Leader Due He,-e
Next- Wednesday
Mrs. Rebecca D. Sieff mnru
president of the Women's Interna Interna-tional
tional Interna-tional Zionist Organisation, arrives
)n Panama Wednesday on atoar
of the organization's branches in
Latin America.
A member of a well known
British family, Mrs. Sieff has je.
cheated her life to Zionism VWith
the same zeal with which tWilkk
worked for many welfare ortrffti ortrffti-sations
sations ortrffti-sations in England. She was the
first PtfesidaBt of W. I. ZV(t 3a
1920 and has led the organiss organiss-tion
tion organiss-tion for 39 years. ZZX
During her stay in Panama Hffjt.
Sieff will be entertained by' the
W I. Z. O., by the Israeli -Coh-sul
and by the British charge d' d'affaires.
affaires. d'affaires. TRAINS, PROFITS SMALL
CHICAGO (UPI) There are
524,000 miles of railroad tracks In
the United States, but only 390, 390,-000
000 390,-000 are capable of returning any
revenue, a railroad magazine
said. The other 190,000 miles' it
tracks are owned by model -Mil-road
hobbyists, according to tb
magazine Model. Railroader. It
said most of the toy train owner
are adults. '
Preliminaries
Miss America
in more care in selecting aponi.
s'ors. We used to get. amusemejt
parks, theaters, and so forth" uihn
did it for selfish reasons. ThtT
l,.,j ..:..:
u uu wivic ipnue. i ney v j ail
been eliminated. Junior Chambers
of Commerce 'sponsor most of tht
local pageants.
"That's helped give "Uie thinl
stature. They, in turn, have Mind
better girls from which to stlset,
The t judging has been improv4,
tOO, , y--.
LeiWiTsaid the primary rtasog)
for the contest, when it started if if-1921
1921 if-1921 was to promote Atlantic Citf
as an off-season resort. That,' ht
said, still is the main reason,
t "The fact thst it still is drtwtol
business is proof of the puddin.'?
he said.
Television as done mucn t
stimulate nationwide interest it
the pageant and what Mias Amr
ira stands for, Leeds said.
"The cholafihipi help attract
Ihe right girls. People are S
out now that this isn't hist a f J
show. Before TV we lust coiridnW
convince peopie mis was srut.
But int. television of the ShMl
night finals ha chanftd a.Srt

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