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PANAMA, R, P., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959
Canal Pushes Ships
Along Fast Holds
Only 1 this Month
Only one ship was held over dur during
ing during the first 15 day of September
although Canal traffic during that
period reached the high level of
439 ocean-going vessels or a daily
rverage of 29.3 ships, according to
figure released by the Marine Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. This one hold-over was reported
on Sept. 13 when 32 ocean-going
hips arrivde a.t the Canal for
Among this numbtr were six
clear-cut ships, four of them
marked for transit during day daylight
light daylight hours.
Smoother and more efficient
scheduling of ships arriving for
transit was made possible at the
ehd of July when both laner of Ga Ga-tun
tun Ga-tun Locks were reoppencd to traf traffic
fic traffic and operation there was contin continued
ued continued on a 24-hour schedule.
Between August 9 and Septem September
ber September 13, a total of 1,048 vessels, 151
of them requiring clear-cut trans transit,
it, transit, arrived at Canal ports. Of this
total only 21 were held over.
These figures are iii sharp con contrast
trast contrast to those issued during a com comparable
parable comparable period, between July 4 and
August 8 when there were 1,051
.ocean-going transits, of which 113
were held over.
The total of'transif for this
period included 129 ships classed
The total of 439 ocean-going ships
during the first 15 days of this
month wai, 3 ships less than the
.Burnbet counted during .the firs.
li fays of. the" record freaking
month of .May.
(Cltar Cut: 3)
Education Minister Federlco
Velasquez admitted yesteroay
that public funds were being
misspent when he find.' him himself
self himself forced to sign authoriza authorizations
tions authorizations for the extensiln of schol scholarships
arships scholarships to the children of rich
Velasquez was quoted at mak making
ing making the statement at a meeting
of educators at the Santiago
Normal School at veraguas.
The minister also pointed to
the fact that some schools, in
arfrillinn to havine a nrincinal.
also have four assistant prin
cipals ana seven special leacn leacn-ers
ers leacn-ers while there Js a shortage of
teachers In the country.
A two month crime holiday
in the Canal Zone appeared tp
be continuing today as only
three .: defendants appeared In
BalboA Magistrate's Court two
ef them lor tramc oiienses.
Raymond B. "Williams, 18
year-old American soldier, was
fined $15 for failure to control
his car's speed around a curve
on Chiva Chiv' Road and was
advised Magistrate John
.Demlng, to familiarize himself
more fully with highway safety
James C. Smith, 39-year-old
American employed by the ca
nal 1 Locks Division, was fined
$5 for operating his car with'
cut a driver's license.
. And Alfonso Grant, 40, Pan-
anranlan, was assessed $10 after
being picked up In a drunken
seitrt-Btupor on fihijer Road 4
v -. : -v 0 y ;
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JIAT-IN-HAND IN NEW YORK Soviet PremI er and Mrs. Nikita Khrushchev" are shown a
they reached Majihatta:i this afternoon with U.S. Ambassador to tpe United Nation Henry
Cabot tocfee (center). The party was photographed at Pennsylvania Station.
vteny Didn't Know Broadcast Planned
A spot check through the Canal
Zone today uncovered hardly a
person who took the trouble to lis listen
ten listen to Russian Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's first speech deliver delivered
ed delivered on American soil.
The Soviet leader's speech was
delivered .yesterday in Washington
before the National Press Club on
a nationwide radio and television
hookup. An hour-long condensa condensation,
tion, condensation, including a summary of the
talk and the full question-an-an-swer
period which followed, was
rebroadcast here over CFN through
facilities of the Armed Forces Ra Radio
dio Radio Network beginning about 4:40
Announcement of the rebroad rebroadcast
cast rebroadcast was carried in yesterday'
afternoon papers, and over CFN
at frequent intervals beginning
shortly before noon.
Yet only one of 19 persons quer queried
ied queried today said he had' listened to
But the lone exception was not
a fair example. He is Lt. Col. T.
Miniature Musicians Learn
TVi Pflnal 7on is nrobablv the
only place in the world where a
music instructor shakes his pupils
out of a rose apple tree when it
is time for classes to oegin. unce
tho last hits rtf rnsp aonU is swal
lowed, though, the budding musi
cians give tncir umuvmeu uuei uuei-est
est uuei-est to the task in hand, which
may be mastery of the violin,
clarinet, trombone, trumpet, flute
or any of the olher instruments
that make up i complete orches orchestra.
tra. orchestra. "-Cy
I I : SS-Sj. ;v
THE CLARINET was first choice of Brian Yuzna, one of the
most accomplished of the beginner atudenta.
M. B. Hicks, Public Information
Officer for the U.S. Army Carib
bean Headquarters. The office
happens to supervise CFN radio
and TV operations.
Less than a half dozen of those
queried said they were very inter interested
ested interested or at least -curious a a-bout
bout a-bout (he speech, but' only two or
three knew in advance it was to bp
delivered and all of the interested
ones complained they learned of
the rebroadcast time loo late to
Criticism was leveled at yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's papers and CFN for not
publicizing the rebroadcast soon sooner.
er. sooner. But Hicks said today CFN be began
gan began announcing the broadcast with within
in within an hour of the time the con confirming
firming confirming teletype was received
from Armed Forces Radio Network
in New York.
Do the results of the spot check
indicate that a majority of Zon Zonians
ians Zonians just are not interested in
Only parent who has been
present at the initial interview be between
tween between instructor and prospective
student can appreciate the trem tremendous
endous tremendous advance, made in a mat matter
ter matter of weeks, from the first ten tentative
tative tentative "Ta-a-a" ending in an ig ignominious
nominious ignominious "oomph" on a trom trombone
bone trombone or a spine-tingling screech
on a violin to a recognizable me melody.
lody. melody. The first 45-minute classes of
Hie current school year will meet
'TO If i ...".
, -' -M
what Khrushchev says or does or
sees on his historic visit?
That's anyone's guess.
Ike On Ball With Panama s Politics,
Wishes Dicky Luck During Golf Chat
WASHINGTON, SepH 17 (UPI)--President Eisenhower is
keeping- up with Latin American evnts despite the fact that
most of his time now is beinir drtoted to the fateful visit of
Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev.
This was reported tocy by the Presidert's golfinsr partners
who accompanied him yesterday afternoon for a round of irolf
between meeting's with the Russian visitor.
They said Eisenhowen surprised retiring Panamanian Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Ricardo M. Arias, another rolf fan, by wishir him
luck in his forthcomilg campaign for the presidency oi Man Manama.
ama. Manama. "I hear you've been doing some politicking," Eisenhower
Mas quoted as having told Arias. 'I hope your job will not be
as tiring as ours."
Arias returned here Mondav from Panama where he was
chosen to be presidential candidate for the National Patriotic
Eisenhower seemed fully familiar with the Panama's pol political
itical political campaign.
To Lick Licorice Sticks, Toot Flutes In
Saturday unde the direction of
Victor A. Herr, Balboa High
School music teacher, and Wal Wallace
lace Wallace E. Woodruff, Junior High
School music teacher. Last Sat
urday all Pacific Side children in interested
terested interested in receiving instruction
in standard band and orchestra
instruments appeared at the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School Music Building
accompanied by their parents.
Each child was permitted to in
dicale a choice of three instru
ments and then each had a priv
ate interview with Victor Herr
and a try-out on the instruments,
ff the number one choice proved
too difficult for' an ambitious
young instrumentalist, he was en
couraged to play the instrument
he seemed best suited or and
which sedmed best suited for him.
The pupils are from the fourth
grade up. Group lessons are giv given,
en, given, the grouping done homogene homogeneously
ously homogeneously according to instruments.
Many of the children are begin beginners,
ners, beginners, while some have had previ previous
ous previous instruction, generally on some
instrument other than the one
chosen at this time.
The clarinet, trombone and trum trumpet
pet trumpet are the most popular instru instruments.
ments. instruments. Some of the students
bring their own Instruments.
Those who do not own the instru
ments of their choice rent them.
In addition to the grouping ac according
cording according to instruments and abili abilities
ties abilities of the young musicians, there
also are groups in elementary
and more advanced orchestra
Polite Clapping, Isolated Cheers
From Lunchtime Crowd Of 40,000
NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UP1) Soviet Premier INikita Khrushchev came to the nation's
biggest city today and got another cold reception from a massive crowd that jammed the streets
beneath towering skyscrapers.
( A lunchtime crowd of almost 40,000 persons jammed the few blocks from Pennsylvania
Station to Fifth Avenue as the world's top Communist arrived for the beginning of his trans trans-American
American trans-American tour. There was polite clapping from a few persons and an occasional isolated cheer.
But as he had in Washington, Khrushchev again got mainly the silent treatment.
Before Khrushchev reached New York, President Eisenhower had told his press
confeVence in Washington that he firmly rejected Khrushchev's prediction that Com Communism
munism Communism will eventually replace democracy and capitalism in the world.
Eisenhower also said he; has reached no agreement whatever with Khrushchev to
exclude Laos, or any other so-called "third country" from their forthcoming talks at
Camp David, Md., following completion of the Soviet leader's cross country tour.
Art' hour before Khrushchev arrived in New York, Secretary of State Christian A.
Herter 'challenged Russia to back up its Premier's words of peace in Washington by
negotiating an arms cut agreement at Geneva next year to prevent the arms race
"from exploding into nuclear conflict."
Khrushchev had said yesterday he was bringing a new disarmament plan to the
United Nations, where he speaks tomorrow.
(Highlights of Eisenhower's press conference this morning, will be broadcast over
CFN radio at 4:15 pm today. Herter's address to th United Nations was aired direct
from New York at 12:15.)
Thousands of police, plainclothes plainclothes-men
men plainclothes-men and Federal officers mounted
th heaviest security screen in
New York city history to protect
Khruihchev dtnbg his Jyisy&r
hOat Visit. i
' Bomb threats against the hotel
Where New York City throws its
lunch party for Khrushchev to today
day today put security-jittery police on
the run hours before the Russian
premier's arrival in this not-so-diplomatic
Hundreds of police fanned
through the Commodore Hotel
previously searched from cellar to
work, with classes ; w e 1 1
underway, the music instructors
to participate in some way ip the
program to marjc tne tormai o
pening of the school's new 'audi
LITTLE PAT JONES chose the
High "School orchestra. Rita, on
vacation. Victor A. Herr. Balboa
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roof after two t e 1 e p h ohed
threats were received, but found
The Sovjet premier traveled
from polite ana" 'diplomatic Wash
ington to tense New York aboard r
15-car special train which arrived
Khrushchev wore a tan suit,
brown tie and yale yellow shirt in
the chilly, bright morning. Mrs.
Khrushchev wore a grey coat and
Eisenhower told his press con conference
ference conference he thought the public re reception
ception reception of Khrushchev in Wash Washington
ington Washington was properly restrained
because Americans naturally
continue to ask themselves se serious
rious serious questions about the policies
of the Soviet Union.
The President expressed doubt
that the tiny sphere bearing the
Russian national coat of arms ever
reached the surface of the moon
during the successful trip of the
recent Russian Lunik. Eisenhower
said he thought that with the speed
of the rocket being so high, the
sphere probably was vaporized be before
fore before it could reach the moon.
Eisenhower, in questioning over
a 30-minute period, discussed the
Khrushchev visit from a number!
of angles. But he was reluctant to
get into many specific issues thai
will come up when he faces
Khrushchev in the rustic "Aspen"
cottage on a hilltop at Camp Davit'
beginning Sept. 25.
In the United Nations, Herter
challenged the Soviet Urion to
negotiate on disarmament as a
The current classes are an out
growth of the summer's grade
school instrumental program, in
which about 130 children participated-
Many were beginners, but
in two months they completed ins instruction
truction instruction designed,, generally, for
violin, the lnstnnent her big sister, Rita, plays In the Balboa
the other hand, learned to play the flute during the summer
High School music teacher, accompanies the sisters during an
way to prevent the arms race
"from exploding Intft, nuclear
Herter made his -hppftt ,in.j
speecn before1 the ,ienr ai Assem Assem-bly
bly Assem-bly one day in advance tst the ad
dress to be made by Khrushchev.
.Herter urged, the Russians to
jdin with the West at forthcom
ing disarmament talks in a spirit
of sincerity and seriousness.
"The degree to which we sue
cced may determine man's fu
ture," he told the delegates.
Herter, addressing the Assembly
for the first time since he succeed
ed the late John Foster Dulles this
summer, said the disarmament
problem is one deserving of "all
of our imagination and ingenuity."
He warned there would be a
"growing danger in an indefinite
continuation of the arms race."
Five free world nations and five
Communist nations are to begin
disarmament talks early next
Herter said the United Slates re regards
gards regards the coming discussions as
"a major opportunity" and ex expressed
pressed expressed hope the Soviet govern government
ment government uses them "with equal se-
Khrushchev left Washington
with the hope that "the sun will
aways shine on good relations
between the United States and
the Soviet Union."
He caused a mob scene at Un Union
ion Union Station when he turned from
the cordon of troops lining the way
to his train and marie an unsched-
Balboa Saturday Sessions
a year's work, said Herr proudly.
Twenty members of the summer
group have, joined the Junior High
School orchestra. One high school
group studied music theory, har harmony,
mony, harmony, .conducting and music lead leadership.
ership. leadership. Included in its members
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE,
Calif., Sept. 17 (UPtt-An. exper experimental
imental experimental X-15 manned rocket suc successfully
cessfully successfully flashed across the desert
under its own power for the first
time today in the first flight for
human space travel.
Test pilot Scott C r o s s f leld
brought th ship designed to pfobt
the fringes of space to i skidding
halt on dry lake bed. j
piane.nsm raefcit. imp tlaw.tt
a height of 1jne miles and, trav traveled
eled traveled about 120i, miles an houx OS
today's initial powered flight.
But at Cape Canaveral, Fla.,
America's first effort to test a sat satellite
ellite satellite for global navigation appaiv
ently did not fire.
Developers of the Atlas intercon intercontinental
tinental intercontinental missile at Canaveral wera
more successful last night, when
the 5,000-mile rocket climbed sky skyward
ward skyward over a blazing exhaust and
arched to the southeast in what
appeared to be a perfect launch.
The launching followed failures
the day before in attempts to
launch the Jupiter and Vanguard
uled inspection of some rental lug
Reporters and photographers
broke through the Army and police)
lines and swarmed around the pre premier.
mier. premier. Commenting on the lockers,
the premier said "very wise... this
s a very sensible idea.
Before Khrushchev arrived at
the station, security agents had
locked up a bank of 30 rental
suitcase lockers which stood on
the train platform. One officer
said this was dona so no one
could plant a bomb in them.
were four students who have just
left the Isthmus to study on col college
lege college scholarships.
This past summer's vacation,
for the first time, Herr had two
college student assistants, Don
Randel and Carlos Meggers. Four
high school assistants, Malcolm
Wheeler, Naomi Litvui, Jim Bas Basse
se Basse tt and Danny Roberts, lent their
services on volunteer basis.
Some of the high school stu students
dents students in the leadership class
learned to play as many as six
different instruments this sum summer,
mer, summer, said Herr, sO great was the
interest generated in the classes.
One of the most accomplished
of the beginners was Brian Yuzna
of Panama, a fifth grade pupil at
the Ancon school who decided he
wanted to play the clarinet. This
past summer was the first time
young Brian had ever come into
close contact with any instrument
at all, but he was the outstanding
student of the summer, accom accomplishing
plishing accomplishing more in two months than
an average pupil does in two
Pat Jones of Curucdu was prob probably
ably probably the smallest girl in the sum summer
mer summer class, and is back again as
a member of the school year
class. Pat chose the violin as her
instrument, following in the Ins Instrumental
trumental Instrumental path of her older sis
ter, Rita, a Balboa High School
junior, who plays a violin in the
high school orchestra. An inter
esting side note, pointed out "Herr,
is that while little sister, Pat,
was learning to play a violin, her
big sister was across the music
room, learning to play a flute.
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aprested in letters from readers.
THE MAIL BOX
During the first part of August of this year a con rnc or oik oik-ing
ing oik-ing nn the premise! of the Pacific oil plant accidentally struck the
premium gasoline pipeline with a clam shovel causing a small leak
fn the high section of the pipeline. This pipeline runs from the
Storehouse Tank downhill to the tank truck loading platform.
The quick-thinking contractor immediately closed the tank valve
to prevent anv further loss of product. Upon the foreman on duty
being informed of the incident, the second valve on the pipeline near
the tank was closed for assurance. The remaining gasoline in the
pipeline was drained into a tank truck by meter and registered 414
callons before the gasoline stopped flowing.
Since a portion of the pipeline is lower than the tan truck load loading
ing loading Platform naturally it would not gravitate and remained in the
pipeline As an example, let us suppose that the pipeline was fuU
wd had been drained into a tank truck by Kravty les s than 1300
gallons would ahve gone through the meter before he flow would
have ceased. Again the cause would have been due to he low sec sec-tion
tion sec-tion in the pipeline. Therefore, it would seem logical that a little
over 600 gallons were actually lost due to the puncture to the pipe-
''"'About a week later water was pumped from the water separator
tip the pipeline into the storehouse tank la water separator consists
ftf several cylindrical devices lying horizontally which have the
function to separate water from the gasoline should any nm.ng oc occur)
cur) occur) This was done to free the pipeline of gasoline for alterations.
Weekly reports are sent from the oil plant to the storehouse on
overages or shortages of their gasoline tanks due to evaporation
and other factors. The week of the incident, the orehous, ques questioned
tioned questioned the unusual shortage on their premium gasoline weekly re re-port.
port. re-port. (The average weekly shortage on this tank is approximately
Several hundred gallons.) hrnkon
Thev further marie inquiry to the amount lost due to the broken
pipeline. I have been told they were given the fictitious figures of
the total weekly shortage, amounting to over a couple thousand
?allThen Questions come to my mind, such as whether it is justifia justifiable
ble justifiable to charge the entire weekly shortage to the contractor. TM
Could indicate that the tank for that week had no loss. If this doc.
hot exist other weeks, then how could it exist this particular week?
A o what about the gasoline that was pushed rom the low sec section
tion section of the pipeline with water into the storehouse tank? If the con con-?rackr
?rackr con-?rackr is to be charged for this also, then is this to be for private
tjse in the future' LiHt Anni, Roonfy
; YA GOTTA FIGGER
T ipvt hadta complain "bout the way this here Mia Brown and
In, n i.ers wuz bein' treated. Ain't no doubt 'bout Col. Brown
frein a civic -minded man. Didnt he take his own time ta come ex ex-sitain
sitain ex-sitain whv them houses gonna cost so much? ... A
f" Anvbocty ewhaVived.down here MVgJL asTur
i that then, injuneer! gotta do reWrch JhenWhingf such as tur tur-'
' tur-' mites an mildue. Anybody aughta know that; W;Eotrspec.al kinria
Sm leV in he Canal Zone. Them varmits la tempermen'al, and
lenT'st rts reeserch on tempermen'al turmites it can use up a
mightv lot of koffe breaks, turlet breaks, rumor breaks and not ta
"nvbodugS S' that onced ya got all this reeserch done
its' cot a be fixed into a reeport. An. anybody aughta know that
onced a got a reeport like that, you then gotta start la anulue
Now iffen it took alotta wurk ta get that reeport, its gonna take a
lot more ta annate. Boy, wen them injuneers starts ta annalyze
thev reelv put there teeth in the job. kt,.
Them injuneers swet an turl over this stuff, with nary a thanks
from thTre naborfolks. Jest wen they reckon they got alia dope
them tempermen'al turmites goes on a kokeyed rampage an mess messes
es messes up all them fax an figgers. I tellya, it wud break the hart of less
ga,1Not ro"' Brown's injuneers. Them fellas jest wipe awRy the
swet an commences to gather fax all over ag.n. Col. Brown tole ya
hisself that they hadta keep up on the times. cof f
Yessir, anvbody aughta knowed that ya camt take no one set of
figgfrs on tempermen'al turmites an get by. An anybody aughta
know that wen ya f.nanely starts ta b.ld house all tha reeserch
gotta go into the cost. Yessir, som'times I think theze folks on the
Zone is downright ungrat'ful.
There is something phonv about that letter purportedly written
by a "Paraiso Resident" (Mail Box, Sept. 16), but I didn't get the
message until the last paragraph.
After reading that paragraph, which contained a dig at living
conditions in Costa Rica. Trinidad and St. Lucia, I re read the pre preceding
ceding preceding paragraphs and found the writer entirely too glib and much
too familiar with what seems to be the facts in the case referred to
by "Patient" (Mail Box, Sept. 11).
Mv guess is that it was either written by the polic officer or
the customs inspector or probably all three, including the nurse.
What betraved the writer or writers of the letter by the llegcd
"Paraiso Resident," was that last little crack which is typical of
Canal Zone US Raters, especially flatfoots, gumshoes and foremen
who delude themselves into thinking they know all about West In Indians
dians Indians and the West Indies.
Having spent some time in all three of the countries mentioned
by our spurious "Paraiso Resident," I know for a fact that educa education
tion education is just as free as it is in the Canal Zone and of a higher i-cadem-ie
level than the kind handed to Canal Zone Local Raters. As for
clean houses, while some are as unsanitary as those in Panama and
US slums and backwoods regions there are quite a few mid'lleclass
homes in Costa Rica. Trinidad, St. Lucia, Jamaica and the entire
West Indies that much cleaner and much more comfortable than
some of the hovels rented to Canal Zone local raters.
1 am sure that everyone will agree that "Paraiso Resident"
overpalyed his hand.
T spent the weekend in Taboga and we had a wonderful time
there. The beach is nice and the town is nice and the people are
friendly, but there is one complaint I have to make.
We walked to the far end of the Island to the top of the moun mountain
tain mountain to where there is a beautiful Cross. On returning we and the
children took a short cut to what I believe is an Army LCM land landing
ing landing near a fish fertilizer factory. At this point, we had 'o go under
an old and, I suppose, deserted Army dock.
I was shocked that the United States Army would leave a haz hazardous
ardous hazardous death trap standing like this to collapse on some innocent
tourists like this. I want to bring this to the attention ol the Com Commanding
manding Commanding General or whoever may he able to have this thing remov removed
ed removed before some innocent child, maybe the General's, may lose its
life or become terribly injured.
Read Our Classifieds
i 1 70 Z BO
By VICTOR RIESEL
( Eddie Cantor it writing a book
ca.,ea In One Era ana out in
Ulii. This cou.d well bo the
title of ine new labor reform
an.i-rtKe,i law. Here is why
tms nation now shifts into new
his. one period on this front:)
Few realize it. But there's an
investigation in the tuture of ev
ery laoor official who so much
as handles a aues stamp or col collects
lects collects on a ten cent expense chit
lor a pnone call.
From now on every union offi official,
cial, official, elected or appointed, must
snow his personal as well as his
union linjncial records to a new
set ol Federal examiners.
Hereafter every labor lader
be he snop steward or internation international
al international chiei can b sued by any of
his duespayers who bel eves he
has pushed them around or thinks
the official has betrayed a local ur
This may cost hundreds of u u-nion
nion u-nion officials their jobs and hard
cash to boot especially if any
of it is booty.
The end is near for dummy u u-nions
nions u-nions the paper locals of recent
infamy, set up and bought and
sold like businesses.
Bribe takers, shakedown artists
and blackmailers, abusing the!r
morality on which trade unionism
should rest, can be sued and forc forced
ed forced to turn over their mulcted mon money
ey money to the union treasury.
Actually these are just a few of
the dramatic changes to be
wrought by the new labor law.
No one really knows how hard its
more than 100 points in seven sec sections
tions sections of 29 tightly printed pages
will hit the musclehoods of the
Look at the section which di directs
rects directs all union officers and union
employes who handle union funds
t be bondi-d. This section forces
as investigation of hundreds of
thousands of officials by independ independent,
ent, independent, private agencies.
What has been overlooked is
that this part of the law says that
the officer, not the office, must
be bonded. This means that Joe
Jones, the president of the union,
must be bonded personally. It does
not mean that a bonding compa company
ny company can simply write out a bond
covering the office of the presi presi-ency
ency presi-ency of the union.
If the president, Joe Jones, qua qualifies,
lifies, qualifies, he is bonded. If he retires
his successor must be probed
out qualify. If the officer I doesn't
qualify under the standards set
by the U.S. Treasury Dept. for
bonding, then the officer must
Under these standards, no man
with a criminal record qualifies.
If he is in union office, now he
goes out if he-can't bonded., Look
at the McClellan Committefehear
ings and see for yourselves how
many Teamster officials are charg
ed with having criminal record
or associating with those who do
It is considered doubtful by some
lawmakers to whom I spoke that
many of those hundreds who took
the Filth Amendment can qualify
for bonding either. This means an
automatic wholesale cleansing o'
mob infiltrated unions.
Then there is the Mmniot. fii;
of financial reports by unions and
uy every single union official or
employe except those in purely
clerical or custodial jobs. These
papers must be made out on stand standards
ards standards acceptable to Certified Public
In the past, the Taft-Hartley
law did not call for the Labor
Dept. to police such reports. Now
they must bp arrumla Th tt e
Secretary of Labor has the power
..u uui; io inspect books to make
certain that suspicious documents
As for (hp n(r,n ii i.
they must file the full record of
everv eonflirt nt ir,i-.i
, 'im-i cat even
whether they bought real estate
or s ocks at the suggestion of an
employer with whom they deal
in the name of the union or took
iai ii L-onsimas.
nH?d jU' !u hit ? few highlights
until a fur hor n :
rrf m. k;ii i V anaiys's
Vj b 'u let me "Port- ex-
uZ Tklr 1 u y ""k-and-filer
who believes that he has had his
Dill Of riphlc v
, ""imcu tan sue
the union and its 0ff;cers four
...... .is aner ne has made his of official
ficial official protest tn th. ;,... u-.j
There must be democratic union
elections. An opposition candidate
now has the right to look at the
membership list. So has a rank-and-filer
who wants to know who
his union brother nrir
-- .1 LllCi c
locaiany' r 'f he 'S 3 Paper
Everv Union RlPrnKni nn...
Hyde Park cornpr HoM. u
speak out. denounce his leadership
nu uu-ir policies not only on the
union floor hut jnvmh.r j
,..T .-it. anu j
anv political campaign.
ine greatest philosophic2 philosophic2-al
al philosophic2-al change is the acknowledgement
by law that even under the fHend fHend-liest
liest fHend-liest and most paternal and de
mocratic ot governments, there is
a bill of richts in a rnnniiii;nn
This protects the citizenry. Now
me union memner individually has
that Droteetion ton
who mieht abuse fhpir laW lo.
(This is the first of several
analyses of (he Landrum-Grif-fin
anti-rarlrpf law other miimn.
on the b;ll will be written during
I ie iexi iew weeKS.)
PRAYS FOR UNITY
VATICAN CITY (UPI) The
Vatican today released a pray prayer
er prayer for the unification of all Chris Christians
tians Christians within the Roman Catholic
Church. The orayer, called an
"act of dedication of mankind to
Christ the King," was the first
such supplication for church unity
s;nre Pope John XXIII announced
last January he planned to hold
an Kcumenical Council in about
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
SMOGSVILLE ON THc PACI PACIFIC:
FIC: PACIFIC: Oh Hollywood isn't that bad.
It was sunny the day Tommy
Sands met N. Y. model Bonnie
Brand at the airport. Found her
when he sang at the Waldorf and
inv.ted her to hear him warble at
the Coeoanut Grove.. .Barry Coe's
love life interrupted for two weeks
while on active duty with the re reserve.
serve. reserve. ..The advantages of higher
education: Joanna Barnes, who
has a Phi Beta Kappa key, will
play in "Tarzan-Ape Man". ..Re ..Remember
member ..Remember the good old days of
western movies when cowboys
plugged the villains instead of tne
DEPT. OF HO HUM: Faye
Emerson and Edward Bennet Wil
liams, lawyer for Frank Costello
and Jimmy .Holla, have lound
each other. ..Funny how Blue An
gel's Diana Trask covers up the
real one with Sinatra (whoihinks
he's it), Oleg Cassini and a Jer Jersey
sey Jersey auto dealer. Then returns to
Ed Wynne's Starwyn to wait. ..If
anyone is looking lor background
for a TV or movie series on gang gangsters,
sters, gangsters, Nicky (Blair House) Blair
is a well ol inlormation. He knew
them all when. His stories are so
hilarious, all you gotta do is tape
'em when he talksv
I'M STILL HERE: (But where
are they?) Tony Mlrra, (the To Tony
ny Tony Bender lieutenant) is Operating
those hang-outs ear 56th and
Lexington by "remote control"
from an all-night restaurant in the
E. 50s until the heat (meaning
me) blows over ... Vinnie Bruno
Mauro, another Bender agent, de delayed
layed delayed opening a new joint near
61st and First Ave. because his
"shylock" frontman came down
with a coronary. (He's in N.Y.
TOP 0' THE, MORNING: In
timates think the May Britt-Ed
Gregson split was for the publici publicity
ty publicity (Soon as the story dies down
they'll 'reconcile with even more
publicity (Soon as the story dies
down they'll reconcile with even
more publicity) ... Two youthful
geniuses in a business-huddle at
the smart Four Seasons: Roy M.
Cohn, noted barrister and Bill Fu Fu-gazy,
gazy, Fu-gazy, whizz travel agent. (Now
that the dirt has settled and we've
had time to think, how about vot voting
ing voting Roy a Distinguished Service
Medal for his brave and selfless
fight against the Reds at home
and abroad? We need guys like
him in Washington to tell us the
truth about the enemy.)
Ditto on the Ditto: If Dick Brown
is Eva Gabbr's boyfriend why
was he in the Vanderbilt's Turple
Tree for cocktails with Ilona Ba-
Chandler Palance Carol
TO HELL I
Sum n UNi fO (jTJlWIISTS
If The Moscow Trip Is Too Tiring
Let's Meet On The Moon
fV Mil ul t
ta, another blonde Hungarian
beaut ana only iu. . lorrilic
spread on Harvey Rosen's El
borracho in a cunonl mag. ..Bran ..Brando
do ..Brando putting on weight, (he must
ie eaUng 10 dinners a night ac-.
lcoraing to the Uilieient pi ess a-
gents.A..A press agent insists that
Katny Canjid insists that sue
uots not know Joe Di Maggio...
Copa nair-styl.st Larry Mauiews
w.u dress tne gals in halt-green
hall-red wigs ior tne Joe h, jewis
preem next montu. (aorta goes
with Joe E.'s morning aUer
tasie.)...iip to Taient Scouts
Barbara hunt, held, over at House
Ui Vienna. ..According to the Va
gabomis, men have angles be
cause women have curves.
PARDON ME FOR BREATH BREATH-ING:
ING: BREATH-ING: I see by the papers that
"Commanuer" Egbert Murrow
and family are olt io Europe on a
vacation. By the way, wnat be became
came became of that commission? Why
is the Navy so sileni? ... Reds
and lefties dreamed a plan to
scuttle the FBI years ago oy load loading
ing loading it with functions that belons
to local olice. First they got
through a law designating the
Bureau as the enforcement agen agency
cy agency against slot machines. ..As has
been pointed out efforts are made
to load it with other local enforce enforcement
ment enforcement tasks. The idea is (1) to
make the FBI unpopular with ci citizens;
tizens; citizens; (2) to give it duties no
force, no matter how large, can
undertake successfully, thus punc puncturing
turing puncturing the so-called "infallibility"
of the G Men and (3) to divert
its energies and personnel into
other channels so1 it can't ferret
out subversion ... Watch ior new
headlines about "mystery man"
Guterma emanating from the
N.Y. Southern District ths week
...The payola for N.Y. Chinatown
gambling is 5.000 a week (and not
yen) and it doesn't go to the pre precinct
cinct precinct coppers either.
IT'S LIKE THIS EVERYDAY
iwKe wnai.'i: -nort road to suc-
The cereal rye, a member of
the grass family, has no his history
tory history reaching back to ancient
times such ns wheat, rice and
barley have. No one kne -s
where it came from. There is
no Greek, Egyptian, Chinese or
Hebrew name for it. Rye is
hardier than wheat. It suffers
less from insect pests and will
yield a more profitable crop
on poor soil than any other
grain. Its long, wiry straw Is
used in the mamifacture of
, paper, pasteboard and hats.
' Encyclopedia. Brllannlca,
cess: Take a 5th Amendment.
Tass, the official Sov et News a a-gency,
gency, a-gency, calls Mr. Marilyn Monroe:
"that wonderful American play play-wr.ght."...
wr.ght."... play-wr.ght."... Despite the item else elsewhere
where elsewhere about lrictiou, Sophie Tuuk Tuuk-er
er Tuuk-er and led Lewis (pa red at Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's Moulin Rouge) are as
lovey-dovey as ever, close bud buddies
dies buddies from the old days and last
of the great pros. What a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful combo they make. .."Best of
Everything", star Garaner Mc McKay
Kay McKay thinks Dorothy Provine is
the best of everything... Voice
of America doing a special Aus Australian
tralian Australian broadcast of Sammy Kaye
records... Jean McCormick Poch Poch-na
na Poch-na must be in a lot of places at
once, or how could Tommy Dor Dor-sey
sey Dor-sey Jr. es:ort her to the private
screening of Warner's "Look
Back In Anger." (incidentally she
is looking back in anger at a cert certain
ain certain character).. .UN opening and
Khrushchev visit in mid-September
acting as a shot in the arm
to nearby places such as Cate
Imperiale and McCarthy's Steak
House. ..Jane Lait, George's wid widow
ow widow (and a noted publicist on her
own), tame East to vacation with
the old folks and got stuck with
writing publicity releases for
Home Line's ailing press agent,
George A. Peck, who happens to
be her daddy. (He now signs his
monicker "George Ang;na Peck-toris.")
I CAN DREAM CAN'T I (About
next month I mean): There:; a
Los Angeles stripper named Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Hill... Model Diane Kirby
(one who claimed she dated Sieve
RockeTeller) doesn't have to clam
she's dating disc jock Art For.J at
the Steak Pit in Paramus...Gary
Cooper and Walter. Pidgeon we.o
the targets of. autograph se.'kers
at Luchow's but I'd rather have
Jan Mitchell's autograph on a
check! Mitchell s amain? 'n t1" t1"-Alger
Alger t1"-Alger tradition. What a book could
be written about him, a ncwmiv
er to our shores who ran a small
Wash'ng'on restaurant into V.'s
fabulous Luchow's which he par parlayed
layed parlayed into ownership of the huge
Longchamp chain ... This week's
Franchot Tone item: Sandra Giles
...The answer to my query about
Ava Gardner in Havana seems to
be Fidel Castro (She never did
hive too much taste in guys, d;d
she? )...Lcland Hayward and Pa Pamela
mela Pamela Churchill dating at the Colo Colony.
ny. Colony. They don't care who knows
. . Cesare Siepi, mc,t Opera';
handsome baritone bachelor is al al-glamor
glamor al-glamor g;rl. Now he's linked with
Ekberg. 'Not true," he says. "But
it wouldn't be a bad idea."... A
thin girl in a sweater oughtta
A al who' nifty and thrifty
May bo rich long before fifty
LONDON (UPI) A traveling
art dealer who tried unsuccess unsuccessfully
fully unsuccessfully to sell a painting at Ameri American
can American air bases in Britain for $1,400
has discovered it is an Ital'an old
mpster worth possibly $2?,000. the
Daily Express reported today.
It said National Gallery experts
identified the painting of Venetian
merrymakers as the work of 16th
century Flemish artist Ludovic
Por.zoserrato. Llewellyn E v a n r
72, bought it at a gallery.
L iJ I, DRiW PiARSON
WASHINGTON- Ten daya be
fore Nikita Khrushchev wag due
to meet President Eisenhower in
Waahington, the Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration released a highly
laudatory report on vthe educa educational
tional educational system built up by Khrus'u Khrus'u-chev.
chev. Khrus'u-chev. The report, prepared by Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's Office of Education,
warned: "We cannot afford to be
apathetic about educational dev developments
elopments developments in the USSR. Clearly
the Soviet Union is bent on over overtaking
taking overtaking and surpassing us as a
The official report then went on
to tell how money was no' prob problem
lem problem to Soviet educators; how
Russia was spending 10 to 15 per
cent of its budget on education
compared with our 5 percent;
how laboratory and teaching e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment were excellent, classes
small, and teachers qualified.
In contrast to overcrowded A-
merican schools- where some
classes have to operate in shifts,
the small classes in Soviet schools
made "the most profound impres impression"
sion" impression" on American investigators.
But there was one extraordina extraordinary
ry extraordinary aspect of this report about
which nothing was said. It was
suppressed for one year and three
The American educators, includ including
ing including Lawrence G. Derthick, US
Commissioner of Education, had
gone to Russia in May 1958. Their
report was not pjblished until
Why was it that the Eisenhow
er administration did not want the
American people to know that
Russian education had made a
certain degree of progress toward
Khrushchev's threat that "we
will bury you"?
RED-FACED SILENCE v
Careful inquiry aiound the Of Office
fice Office of Education found officials
either mum or runnwig for cover.
There was red-faced silence.
But from reliable sources it was
learned that the suporession went
even deeper than the 15-month de delay
lay delay in publishing the report. For
on June 13, IDM, 3ho.tly after
Derthick returned nxm Russia he
said the Soviet educational sys
tem had "maae tremendous
impression" on the LS educators
"Russia regards education with
a kind of grand passion and is
using it to reach and overreach
the United States."
Shortly after Derthick made his
speech, however, he received a
stop-order from the office of his
boss, Secretary of Health, Educa Education,
tion, Education, and Welfare Arthur Flem Flem-mirig,
mirig, Flem-mirig, telling him to make no
more speeches. He was not to
publicize the alarming findings on
Simultaneously the report was
kept gathering dust for one year
and three months.
Meanwhile Russian education
continued to forge ahead, mean
while Premier Khrushchev conti
nued to boast that Russia would
surpass the United States, and
meanwhile the Eisenhower admi administration
nistration administration continued to oppose the
Federal schooi construction bill
to help American schools keep up
It happens that Flemming, Der Derrick's
rick's Derrick's boss, is one of the more
liberal members of the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower Cabinet and a strong believer
in education. However, he had re received
ceived received orders direct from the
White House to pigeonhole the re report
port report on education.
Reason for this was simple. If
the report praising Soviet educa education
tion education had been published on sched schedule
ule schedule during the summer of 1958 it
would have played into the hands
of Democratic Congressmen who
were trying to pass a school cons construction
truction construction bill. Eisenhower was op opposed
posed opposed to this bill.
In October, after Congress ad adjourned,
journed, adjourned, a part of the report was
released. But again during the
1959 session of Congress, the maj major
or major part of the survey continued
to be hushed up.
Finally, as Congress approach approached
ed approached the last throes of its late sum summer
mer summer 1959 session, and after Adm.
Hyman Rickover was cross-exa
mined at a closed-door session of
h House Appropriations Com Committee
mittee Committee regarding suppression of
the Soviet report, the report was
released. By that time it was ho
W II 111
late for Congress to l&ss the aid-to-education
bill which Ike op opposes.
poses. opposes. Note 1 Ike even vetoed the
bousing bill because it contained
$50,000,000 to heip colleges build
Note 2 Rickover, father of th
atomic submarine, told Congress
men that Russian high school stu students
dents students of 17 had received as mucn
education as American student
after two years of college,
Premier Khrushchev is banking
on his speech before the United
Nations to convince the world of
Russia's desire for peace. Inside
word is that he will urge the U U-nited
nited U-nited Nations to meet in Moscow
next year so its members can sea
for themselves that the Cold War
is over... The Russian Premier
wants to visit Disneyland when
he's in Los Angeles, but Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Menshikov doesn't think
it's dignified. Besides, on the on only
ly only day Khrushchev could get
there, a Saturday, 75,000 t.jpi
would be at Disneyland and the
security problem would be diAi diAi-cult...
cult... diAi-cult... The State Department hai
turned over to Secret Service
quite a few letters from crack crackpots
pots crackpots threatening to fhoot the Rus Russian
sian Russian leader. These letters, though
anonymous, follow a pattern, and
the Secret Service has a file of
them, previously sent to the Pre Pre-sident.
sident. Pre-sident. They can be tracked down
by comparing penmanship... CIA
Director Allen Dulles has been
urging Ike to visit Siberian cities,
not confine his trip to Moscow
and Leningrad as planned. Dulles
apparently wants Ike to serve as
a sort of glorified spy to look at
Siberian defense installations,
hitherio unvisited by foreigners...
Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona
is scheduled to address a big Chi Chicago
cago Chicago rally against the Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev visit. Some of his friend
are buying white feathers from
chicken dealers to send to Nixon
and Eisenhower as a symbol of
(Presented by the Department
of Christian Education of the I I-piscopal
piscopal I-piscopal Church in the Mission
ary Diocese of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Zone.)
FOLLOW THE LEADER
now: wno sancriry ana, pw
rify themselves te so Into the
gardens, ollewing one in the
midst, eating swine's flesh and
the abomination and mice, shall
come to an end together, says
the Lord. RSV.
As children we ali played the
game "Follow the Leader". On
occasion, it could be dangerous.
A rash player might do some something
thing something which was foolish. The rest
of the troup would be forced to
risk breakirg bones following the
leader, unwilling not to take the
The pity is that so many adults
insist upon playing the same child child-ish
ish child-ish game. The prophet condemns
his fellow Jews who were follow following
ing following after the pagan cults. In Instead
stead Instead of the new birth which God
alone could give, this going after
false gods could end in nothing
but death and destruction.
In our day men have followed
after leaders, duces and fuhrers
who have led them astray. And
yet the cults of the false gods con continue.
tinue. continue. Our modern deities promise
the same satisfactions to their fol followers
lowers followers as the old fertility gods:
material properity, happiness, suc success.
cess. success. They lead their childish de devotees
votees devotees by the same dizzy height
and dread ravines with the same
result livps broken by failure,
fear and despair.
MILAN, Italy (UPI) -Italy is
considering cracking down on its
"Teddy Boys," the continental
equivalent of juvenile delinouents,
.Tust;ce minister Guido Gonella
0 PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NIWSP
raCRSDAT, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959
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LUCRATIVE SUGGESTION Winner of a $20 bonus of his time-saving suggestion for relocat relocating
ing relocating a personnel time clock, A. A. Butcher, right, lead stockman at the Rodman Naval Station
supply department, accepts his check from Cdr. He'rman Holtslander, supply officer at Rod Rodman.
man. Rodman. Looking on, from left, are Lt. Cdr. Albert K. Pavelka, Lt. Charles Neelley, Harry Alex Alexander,
ander, Alexander, John J. Kotalik and Hermanson Eastmond.
Latin Americans Plan For Common
Market, Foreign Bank Of Their Own
y DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON, Sent. 17 -Less
tharr a 'year ago, 'when plans for
the Inter-American Development
Bank began to take shape, it
looked as if it would be a long
time before there were any major
Latin-American projectx for that
agency to finance.
Although our southern neighbors
had long been clamoring lor a
good bank, they seemed far from
ready to make really good use of
t its facilities.
Basic reason for that undavora-
ble outlook w.., i.
highly competitive structure of
most Latin-American economies.
With protective tariffs and multi multiple
ple multiple restrictions largely throt throttling
tling throttling Inter-American trade, the
bank appeared to have small
chance of stimulating economic
cooperation and thus help to raise
living standards the prime ob objective
jective objective for which it was created.
Today th picture hat chang-.
d so dramatically that he only,
question Is whether the agency's
authorized capital of under a.
. billion dollars can begin to meet.
,the challenging investment op opportunities
portunities opportunities open to it.
What has happened in South
and Central America since the
first of this year can best be des described
cribed described as a drastic houseclean houseclean-ing.
ing. houseclean-ing. Out-of-date attitudes and long longstanding
standing longstanding fears have been swept
aside by one government after an another,
other, another, with the result that three
big joint projects, involving a to total
tal total of 16 Latin republics are in
final stages of negotiation.
Most ambitious and lar-reach-ing
of these cooperative schemes
is a proposed free-trade zone to
be set up by Argentina, Brail,
Chile, Peru, Uruguay, Bolivia and
Paraguay. Economists and finan financial
cial financial experts from all these coun countries
tries countries have just concluded an 18 18-day
day 18-day meeting in Santiago, Chile,
at which agreement was reached
on all major points of the plan.
In effect, the free-trade system
will be a first long step toward
establishment of a Latin-American
common market an even lonqer
one then the United Nations Eco Economic
nomic Economic Commission, sponsor of
that idea, had hoped for.
Those same seven countries
have scheduled another, meeting
for November in Mdnle v i u e o.
where full ratification of the pro-
nici is expeciaq to De a lormaiity
The present timetable' calls for
v to be put in operation next
Meanwhile a similar under-,
taking Is In the works among
four republics which once form.
'da Single nation Venezuela,
. toiomoia, eeuador and Panama
Prohibited for' Minora
la, Calle de La
with the added participation of
The federation movement was
revived by the first four, on the
economic level, about 10 years
ago, but little practical action re re-suited
suited re-suited until recently.
Now that original group, beefed
up bj) inclusion of Peru, has ad advanced
vanced advanced so far toward general a a-greement
greement a-greement that the foreign minis ministers
ters ministers of Peru, Colombia, Venezue Venezuela
la Venezuela and Panama met in Caracas on
Sept. 12 lor extensive discussions.
Their Ecuadorian colleage has
already, conferred witn his Peru Peruvian
vian Peruvian opposite number and will
hold talks with the others later.
These governments are aiming
for a concrete settlement in time
to announce it at the Inter-American
Conference in Quito next
By then, the five Central Amer American
ican American republics Guatemala, Nica Nicaragua,
ragua, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Honduras and
El Salvador expect to have their
own common market shaped up.
In all these schemes, as well as
the area-wide common market
which is sure to link them to together
gether together before long, the develop development
ment development bank can play a key role
by extending credits to sneed in industrial
dustrial industrial growth and agricultural
"JUNIOR" SENATOR Ha Hawaii's
waii's Hawaii's "Junior" senator is Demo Demo-ocrat
ocrat Demo-ocrat Oren E. Long, 70, above.
Seniority was determined by
flip of a coin.
25C. 1 i 15c.
BANK! 1125.00 v
with, Glenn Ford
TARZAN AND THE
SHADOW ON THE
ist n y-vTf ft trrl
Arts, Crafts Workshop
The use of materials mative to
Panama will be featured in the
Girl Scout arts and crafts work workshop
shop workshop which begins at 1 p.m. to
morrow in the Balboa Little
House. All adults interested in
such work are invited to attend
this free course.
Mrs. Natalie Griffin will be the
instructor. Sessions will be held
each Tuesday and Friday : er er-noon
noon er-noon from 1 to 3. Further infor information
mation information may be obtained at the
first workshop meeting, or by te telephoning
lephoning telephoning the Girl Scout Office,
Balboa 1350, or Mrs. Galiber, Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1629.
Anne BAXTER in
POPULAR NIGHT I
$1.10 per CAR!
Jerry LEWIS in
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Negro Farmer Refused Admission
In Mississippi Southern College
HATTIESBURG, Miss. UPI) (-
Negra Clyde Kennard, a 30-year
old farmer wno says ne loves
Mississippi, was refused admission
to Mississippi Southern Coilgi to
day on the grounds his application
was not made properly.
A statement released by the rol-
Clyde Iiennara, a Negro pre
sumably residing in F o rest Coun County,
ty, County, today appeared at Mississippi
boutbern College in connection
with his request to be admitted to
the college. He was denied admis
sion because of deficiencies and
irregularities in his application
The college did not elaborate. v
Kennard entered the office of
Dr. W D. McCain, the college
president, at 9:23 a.m. An appar
ent conference with McCain last
ed only 12 minutes. He then left
tn,e campus in his late moael Mer
cury station wagon.
Campus police, highway patrol
men and a county constable were
on the campus when Kennard
showed up at the state-supported
, Kennard revealed last week he
would seek to become the first Ne
gro to enter a white school in the
ine siaie snoum let one or
two Negroes into white colleges
The vital importance of trust
in spiritual power and substance
will be emphasized at Christian
Science services Sunday.
Bible readings will include this
verse from Psalms (56:4) "In God
I will praise his work,' in God I
have put my trust; I will not fear
what flesh can do unto me."
Selections from "Science and
Health with Key to the Scriptures"
by Mary Baker Eddy in the Les-son-S'.'rmon
entitled 'Matter" will
include the following (278:29-32):
"We define matter as error, be because
cause because it is the opposite of life,
substance, and intelligence. Mat Matter,
ter, Matter, with its mortality, cannot be
substantial if Spirit is substan substantial
tial substantial and eternal.'
The Golden Text is also from
Psalms (18:9,10): "There shall no
strange god be in three ;neither
shalt thou worship any strange
god. I am the Lord thy God, which
brought thee out of the land of
Chandler Palance CK
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federal government would not in interfere
terfere interfere and the state could main maintain
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else will pretty soon, and it might
be someone who doesn't care about
Mississippi. I love Mississippi."
Kennard, a bachelor who, lives
with his mother on a fari near
here, attended the University of
Chicago three years. He said he
would like taucomplete his educa educa-tiin
tiin educa-tiin as a political science major
but cannot afford to leave his
farm to attend any college but
Mississippi Southern, which is
near his farm.
He tired to enter Southern twice
before but did not press his ap application
plication application when officials resisted.
DOUGLAS RITES HELD
HOLLYWOOD, (UPI) An esti estimated
mated estimated 100 persons yesterday at
tended final rites for actor Paul
Douglas, who died last Friday of
a heart attack. "He was a man
who always stood up to be count counted,"
ed," counted," said actor Elliot Rei.1 in a
eulogy. "To the end he remahe:!
gloriously articulate and unrecon unreconstructed."
structed." unreconstructed." Among those in attend attendance
ance attendance were Douglas' widow, ac ac-trees
trees ac-trees Jan Sterling, and his former
wife, Virginia Field Parker, and
their daughter, Margaret, 15.
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THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBEX IT, 1151
ifSocial and Oth
NEWS OF ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES. BIRTHS, PARTIES AND TRAVEL SHOULD Be MAfLED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUMBER SHOWN. IT W.LL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
MNA i-V740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8 00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.
I RECEPTION FOR MRS. REBECCA D. SIEFF
PLANNED FOR THIS EVENING AT HILTON HOTEL
f Th r.t.otion henorino Mr. Rtbacca D. SiaH, world p
, f the Woman'! International Zionist Organization, will cc h
j vtning from 1:30 to 10:30 at tha Panama Hilton Hotel.
Tht avcnt, originally plannad for last tvtninj, was rase
i for tonight dua to Mrs. Sioff'i unexpected dalay in arriving
Mtmbtr of a prominant British family, Mrs. Siaff is making a
' (our of W.Z.O. groups throughout Latin Amarica.
Mr. MeKachnio Fatad
'At Cocktail Party
' The Charge d'AfUircs of the
iBritish Embassy Robin Karquhar
on entertained at a cocktail par parity
ity parity at the Embassy Wednesday in
Ihonor of Mr. A. C. McKechnie,
representative for Latin America
of the Federation of British In
St. Mary's Sodality
Resumes Ragular Mactings
' The regular monthly meeting
of the Altar Rosary Sodality ol
!St. Mary's Church, Balboa, were
;resumed Monday evening in the
church hall after a summer re recess.
cess. recess. Rendition of the Rosary .vas
followed by a business meeting
when planned activities for the
next few months were discussed,
j Newly-elected officers who pre pre-lided
lided pre-lided over the meeting were Mrs.
Chandler PalInce Carol
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Mary Joyce, president; Mr. 1
Rita M Hoyle, vice president;!
Mrs. Mary Rose, secretary;
Mrs Audrey Bowman, treasurer.
Plans were made for a Corpo--,
rate Communion ol all members
at the 10 a.m. Mass Sunday, Oc October
tober October 4, followed by a "brunch "brunch-con."
con." "brunch-con." Reservations shou.d be
made by calling Mrs. R. E. Cox.
Balboa 1738; W. G. Mummaw,
Balboa 2844,; Mrs. James G. Trim Trimble,
ble, Trimble, Balboa 3419; Mrs. K. R.
Booth, Balboa 1317; or Mrs. F.J.
Aspesi. Balboa 4335.
A social hour followed 'he busi business
ness business meeting with Mrs. Anne Ma Ma-loney
loney Ma-loney and Mrs Phil Euper a.;
The next regular mcelinu of
the sodality will be held Monday,
Curundu Womon's Club
Plans Mexican Fiasta
The Curundu Women's Club
will have a gay Mexican fiesta
next Wednesday afternoon at one
in the Community Building.
Mexico's Ambassador to Pana Pana-man,
man, Pana-man, Dr. Rafael I'rdaneta, and
Mrs. Urdaneta will be guests of
The program will feature a talk
on Mexico by Manuel Castillo and
a dance, "El Jarabe Tapalio,"
by Mrs. Edilia Torres. A Mexican-style
buffet will heserved.
Members and guests are urged
lo make reservations by calling
Mrs. Connie Reichart. 83-5148,
Mrs. Margie Johnston, 83 3121; or
Mrs. Agnes Ruzicka, 83 2225. i
Harringtons Enter'ain I
At Homa This Evaning
The United States Ambassaoor
and Mrs. Julian Fiske Harnnu l
ton will entertain this evening at1
their residence in La U'esta mi
honor of Panama's Ambassador to
the Holy See and Mrs. Adoliu A-
Nawcomars Oub Has
Saptembtr Board seating
! Mrs D. J. Bonilace of Fori
Gulak was hostess to board mfni mfni-i
i mfni-i bers of the Newcomers Club at
(the September boaia nice. in;.
Preparations for the '.up to I'm-
tobelo for the Festival of the
Black Christ and plans for the!
installation luncheon in October at
the Washington Hotel were riis i
Mrs. Sakas and Mis. T. S.
ClarK were accepted as new club
At, ending the board meeting
were Mrs. Roy Lindqms., Mrs. W.
Whitscll, Mrs. D. J. Boniface,
Mrs. P. M. Judson, Mis. T K
i,rown. Mrs. Ean Van Buskr.'k,
Mrs. George Henning, Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert Wikox, Mrs. Donald Klee
and Mrs. T. W. Gove.
Tne September meeting ol the
club will be held next ihiuxiay
at 1:30 in the Surf Room of the
Coco Solo Breakers Club.
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M SGT. ALTON L. McDANI EL, (right) adjutant general sec section,
tion, section, Caribbean Command, receives a letter of commendation
from Col. David B. Stone, assistant chief of staff of the adjutant
general section, in official recognition and appreciation of his
outstanding performance of duty since November 1956. Citing
Mr-Daniel's diligence and ability to rapidly produce superior re results,
sults, results, Stone presented the letter to him at an office ceremony
recently at the unified command headquarters at Quarry
Heights. McDaniel, his wife, Bertha, and son, Gerald, 5, are
leaving this week for his new assignment at Ft. Hood, Texas.
(US Army Photo)
Dassart Card Party
To Banefit Program
Of Cristobal C-ub
The Cristobal Woman's Club
will sponsor a dessert card patty
next Wednesday afternoon at one
in the new cluohouse in Maigan Maigan-ta.
ta. Maigan-ta. There will be no fixed admis admission
sion admission fee, but party goers will be
asked to make contributions to
the club's philanthropy program.
To aid hostesses in planning for
dessert, ladies are asked 'o make)
table reservations with Mrs.
Richard Pinkham, Cristobal 14G6,!
by Monday. Friends are encourag
el to plan an afternoon ol nnd'-i
canasta, pinochle, rummy or cv
en Mali .Ion".
New Apartment House In Italy
Collapses; Many Feared Dead
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BARLETTA, Italy. Scpi 17 -(UPI)
A new five-story apart apartment
ment apartment house, containing 24 families
totaling 106 persons, collapsed
without warning today. Many re
sidrnts were trapped and killed,
and police estimated the death toll
would be high.
Police said they had recovered
16 bodies so far and taken 13 in
jured from the twisted mass of
steel and stone. An estimated 80
or so still were missing.
A doctor at Barletta's only ..ca ..capital
pital ..capital told United Press Internation International
al International U.. .lAKUnn. lUnl Mnrl nf Ihn
dead showed signs of asphyxia,
meaning that they were choked in
death under the rubble.
The dead included men, women
and children, and only one of the
badly mangled bodies was identi identified
fied identified immediately.
Police, firemen and volunteers
worked desperately in the rubble
trying to pull out any possible
survivors. But the doctor at the
hospital expressed serious doubt
that many could be dug out alive.
Authorities threw an army cor
don around the hospital to control
a crowd of anxious friends and re relatives.
latives. relatives. Soldiers gently but firmly pr
ed back crying mothers who tried
to force their way into the hos hospital
pital hospital lo search for their children
among the bodies in the morgue.
The doctor at uie Hospital said
only one woman among trie 12 in injured
jured injured brought there initially as
in critical condition. Th"i-e were
no fears for the lives of the other
11, who suffered various injuries
Steal The Show
BASTROP, La. i UPI) Ole
Earl's galluses stole the show
Monday night and the audience
Louisiana Gov. Earl K. Long
hooked his thumbs into the straps
of his suspendets and declared:
"As long as these suspenders
have pop in 'em" and was in interrupted
terrupted interrupted by a popped suspender.
Long halted an attack on declared
gubernatorial candidates as the
audience roared, He then fixed
his broken strap.
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the next trick. Another spade lead
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PLATTSBURGH, AFB, N.Y.,
Sept. 17 (UPI) An Eastern Air
lines Martin 404 airliner maae an
emergency belly landing on a
foam covered runway at this
Strategic Air Command base "ar "arty
ty "arty today and all 36 persons aboard
escaped serious injury.
The plane developed landing
gear trouble while on a flight
northward from New York I y to
Massena, N.Y, The pilot discover discovered
ed discovered the trouble while attempting to
make a landing at Burlington, Vt.
Air Force officials here said the
pilot passed over the operations
tower several times and then de decided
cided decided on the "belly landing."
He circled the field for about 34
minutes to burn up his excessfuel.
Air Force personnel spread a
thick blanket of foam used to ex ex-tiguish
tiguish ex-tiguish oil fires over a 300-foot
wide section of the runway for
The pilot then set the two engin engin-ed
ed engin-ed plane down in the middle.
Joan Crawford and Billy Rose
currently are the most fascinating
twosome in the wqrld of show
business. Her visit to his country
place emphasized how mucn
they've been enjoying each other s
company. .Roberto Rossellini a
documentary, "India," during the
making of which he became ena enamored
mored enamored of Sonall Das Gupta, is
affecting European audiences just
about the way his "Stromboli" did
It nlaved the U.S.A. The
customers are walking out in
droves. .The musical aaraio aaraio-ga"
ga" aaraio-ga" with no big names in the
cait. is said to have a box office
advance of $1,200,000.
Sandra Rurn' Hidden marriage
to Rod Amateu was a blow to
KnmaHiin rtnn Rirkles. who re
garded himself as her "steady"
beau and the only ser ous contend
r fnr hr hand. .The Peter ("A
Nun's Story") Finches expect a
baby next spring. .The Broad
way boys notice ever so manj
Perioral men working around bai'S
in tha MaHiinn Smiare Garde.) a-
rea trying to pick up information
on the prizefight rackets. .Mar-
ion oranao win gei a ujb w
nlm rvne nf th Inn Pent. Itories ever
done on a motion picture actor to
ballyhoo nis own proaucuoa,
Alan .lav turner's ex-wife, uret-
ty actress Nancy Olsen, appears
in he nn the verce of another
aisle-waltz. The lucky fellow is
magazine editor John Hughes.
Mort Sahl and Columbia Records
havA reached a aecret agreement
and the comedian Is expected to
become one of the (JoiumDia stars
at the end of the year. .Rock
Hirfonn it n nntimUtir about the
effectiveness of his performance
in "Pillow Talk" he thinks it may
rate him an Academy Award no nominationhe'll
minationhe'll nominationhe'll invite key critics
from cities out of town to attend
the flicker's world premiere at the
Palace on Oct. 7.
Rocky Marciano now has a gla glamorous
morous glamorous sister-in-law from the
49th State. His brother Louis has,
taken as his bride Jean Gonsalves,
a former Miss Hawaii. -The Aus Australian
tralian Australian Ambassador to the United
States will help promote the off-
r,. J ..!,.1 nf "Tlin Cum.
piUdUWdJ JCVJVftl Ul All fu.ia
mer of the 17th Doll" the Aus Australian
tralian Australian play that flopped on Broad Broadway
way Broadway but won the London Drama
Sabra Samarr, the belly dancer
featured at the Latin Quarter,
came to this country as an assist assistant
ant assistant to a magician-mind reader
who, as part of his act, caught
bullets in his teeth. Now she's
regarded as the one most likely
to succeed in local theatrical cir circles,
cles, circles, and her former boss has put
away his rabbit-filled top hats to
become her personal manager. ..
Sammy Davis Jr. may make his
bow as a Broadway director with
Timmie Rogers' musical "Too
Poor to Die".
Vice-President Nixon garnered
all the headlines on his trip to
Russia, naturally, but another A A-merican
merican A-merican accorded an unusual red
carpet reception by the Soviets
was New York financier Jacob
Leichman, who was treated royal royally
ly royally and permitted to see the Mos Moscow
cow Moscow equivalent of "everything".
The irony of Leichman's visit: ts
a youth he fled the Iron Curtain
territory to escape its tyrannies
and came to the United States to
make his fortune. .Riverside Rec Records
ords Records is ecstatic over a newcomer,
Charlie Byrd, who plays both class classical
ical classical and jazz guitar. They think
he's the finest to come along since
the late Django Reinhart; he's
more of a modernist but plays the
kind of non-amplified guitar for
which Django was so greatly ad admired.
mired. admired. The Fontainebleau in Miami
Beach, in signing the Billy Bar Barnes
nes Barnes Revue for a winter apperance
may be establishing a trend a a-way
way a-way from the floor shows built a
round a big star. If the experi.
ment is a success, other Miami
hotels are expected to copy tho
idea, filling the void created by the
fact that there simply aren't e e-nough
nough e-nough performers with drawing
power to fill UD at Aft a CD n of anu
out-of-town night spot. The num number
ber number ef established "name" acta
wno can almost guarantee a suc successful
cessful successful engagement can be count count-ed
ed count-ed on the fingers of both hands,
and many of them are becoming
increasingly reluctant to travel travel-why
why travel-why should thev. when b pniml
of television appearances, a mo
vie or a tew recordings will earn
as much as Uncle Sam will let
them keep? so "the road" is all
but dead. One sure-fire magnet
who could make millions without
ever stepping up to a cafe micro microphone
phone microphone keeps doing seemingly In Inexplicable
explicable Inexplicable club dates for the sim simple
ple simple reison that his mobster friends
tell him to chummily, but firm firmly.
ly. firmly. Woody Harris will make $10,000
on the song, "Was There a Call
for Me eyen thought the most
dedicated disc fan may never have
heard it. It's the flip side of Bob Bobby
by Bobby Darin's smash, "Mack the
Knife". .When Conrad Hilton un unveils
veils unveils his new room, "the Col Columns"
umns" Columns" at the Savoy Hilton, via
the benefit Ballo di Roma, every everything
thing everything will be redecorated by Tom
Lee, including the waiters. They'll
tote their trays in lavish gold and
red livery. .Audrey Meadows' es escort
cort escort at the Arpeggio the other
night was Cliff Cochran. .Tin
Pan Alley is anticipating great
things from four Brooklyn lads who
call themselves The Thunder Thunder-birds,
birds, Thunder-birds, rehearse on street corners,
write songs, and are apt to be become
come become hot in the rock'n'roll world.
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Social and Oth
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D.A.R. Char Hsi
Constitution Day Lunch
' The loctl chapter of the Daugh Daugh-ten
ten Daugh-ten of the American Revolution
beld a Constitution Day business
meeting and luncheon Saturday in
the Tivoii Room of th Tivoli
A snprial tmaat wu Mill CBriS-
tine Huff, who discuiaed her trip
tff wasmngton, D.u, as a repre representative
sentative representative to Girls' Nation.
Attending the meeting were
Mrs. Albert F. Daniel, regent o(
the chapter, Miss Huff, Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Abreu, Miss Hester Gerrett,
E. W. Hatchett, Mrs. William C.
Hitchcock, Mrs. Fred Hodges,
Mrs. Maenner B. Huff, Mrs. Don Donald
ald Donald W. Journeay.
Mrs. Robert Lessiak, Dr. Do Dorothy
rothy Dorothy Moody, Mrs. John W. Mul Mul-ler,
ler, Mul-ler, Mrs. Leo A. Ronan, Mrs.
Ben F. Smith, Mr. William N.
Taylor, Mrs. E, B. Goodrich.
Clayton Officers Wives
Have Opening Coffee
Mrs. Richard Dowell, president
of the Fort Clayton Officers'
Wives Club, presided over the
first coffee of the new club year
at the Clayton Officers Club. Me Medical
dical Medical wives were the host group,
with Mrs. Lee Ahr .nd Mrs. Al
DiMaUeo in charge.
Thirty new members and guests
were introduced during the meet meeting.
. Mrs. Irving Slieppard, gecreta-
ry, read a report on tne summer
activities of the club, and the
Treasurer's report was given by
, 'Mrs. Billy Adair.
Mrs. Dowell introduced Mrs.
James Davis and Mrs. Richter
as new members of the executive
board. She also announced that
Mrs. Halsey Kloak will be the
new manager of the Clayton Maid
Agency and Mrs. Keith Pierce
the manager-custodian of the
Next month's club activities will
inciude a luncheon October 13,
sponsored by wives of engineer
Gullck NCO Wives
Hava Social Meeting
Colored slides nown by W. P.
Garrett highlighted the Septem September
ber September social meeting of the Fort
Gulick NCO Wives Club held in
the lounge of the Gulick NCO
Club after the slides, bingo was
played and refreshments served.
Members and guests attending
were Dean Kish, Flo Paris, Her Her-mine
mine Her-mine Stebbins, Barbara Brown,
Dorothy Badger, Bonnie Norris,
Mary Lawson, Trudie Bray, Irene
Molsom, Josie Williams, Sylvia
Hedges, Jenny Clouse.
Solange Rodriguez, Uta Camp Campbell,
bell, Campbell, Nancy Williams, Ann Solis,
Moliie Barber, Marilynn Fox,
Mildred Pridgen, Caroline Weir,
Sue Viel, Susan De Malo, Jerry
"Hoyt, Terry Tmsk, VI Hirnatsu Hirnatsu-kle
kle Hirnatsu-kle Bush; Jackie Gibson, Doris
Llpsey, Cathy Ryback, Lyeet
Richardson, Alice Flight, Fran
Berger, Eva Balcazar, Flo Hen Hen-ning
ning Hen-ning and Alvina Mills.
Mi(S Alfaro Enrolls
Af Georgetown College
Miss Maria Elena Alfaro of Pa Pa-namaCity
namaCity Pa-namaCity has enrolled as a mem member
ber member of the freshman "c 1 a s s at
Georgetown Visitation Junior Col College,
lege, College, Washington, D. C. Classes
started this week.
Miss Alfaro is the daughter of
Mr, and Mrs. Rogelio E. Alfaro.
Enitrs N. C. School
Luis R. Martinelli, son of Mrs.
and Mrs. Luis J. Martinelli of
Panama City, is attending a pre pre-registration
registration pre-registration conference' at the U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of North Carolina, Chap Chapel
el Chapel Hill, N. C. He has been ac accepted
cepted accepted as a freshman student at
Atlantic Side PTA
Plant First Meeting
The first meeting of the 1959-60
school year of the Atlantic Side
Parent-Teacher Association will
be held Monday evening at 7:30
Chandler Pounce CHrol
Immita IMPED QQMTCIITS
at the Margarita gymnasium.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Mary
A. Morrow, clinical psychologist
for the Canal Zone school system.
Refreshments will be served at
tiie close of the meeting, and pa parents
rents parents will have an opportunity to
meet the teachers and discuss
their children's school problems.
Parents are urged to attend, and
to wear comfortable attire.
Chinese Women's League
Marks Moon Festival
The general monthly meeting of
the Chinese Women's League and
a celebration of the moon festival
will be held today at the home of
Mrs. Isidro Fong, Vina del Mar.
The business meeting will start
at 5:30 p.m. and refreshments
will be served at 7:30. Members
are urged to be prompt.
Criitebal Woman's Club
Italian Cooking Calis
The Italian Cooking CI a s s e s
sponsored by the Cristobal Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club will be held each
Friday morning at 9 at the club
building. Tomorrow's class will
feature tomato sauce and pizza.
Persons interested in participat participating
ing participating in the class are advised to be
at the club building at 9 a.m. to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. A nominal fee will be
charged, with proceeds going to
the club's philanthropy fund.
Fans ma Symphony
Carmen Cedefio Chanis will ap appear
pear appear as violin soloist in a concert
witn the Panama Symphony Or Orchestra
chestra Orchestra tomorrow at the Na National
tional National Theatre.
Prof. Jose L. Cajar will con conduct.
duct. conduct. Reservations for the concert
may be made by telephoning the
Department of Fine Arts, Pana Panama
ma Panama 2-0258.
Albrook Ladiai Sodalitv
To Sponsor Friday Oanct
Ihe Catholic Ladies Sodality of
Albrook will sponsor a danc Fri
day evening at the Knights of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus ,Club. Al Martin's ensem ensemble
ble ensemble will play for dancing Irom
b p.m. to midnight.
The event is being planned to
afford an opportunity for Catholic
personnel of Albrook and their
wives to meet Catholic couples of
the Balboa community.
Prizes will be awarded for no
velty dances, as well as a door
prize. Informal attire will be ap appropriate.
propriate. appropriate. The public is inbited to
attend, Tickets will be available
at the door.
See Panama Movie
Members and cues! nf thp New.
comers Club were entertained
last week at Fort Gulick by Mr.
A. Castillo of the Colon Travel A A-gency,
gency, A-gency, who showed a film on in interesting
teresting interesting places in Panama, with
Until Oct. 10th
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30 YEARS SERVICE Terah P. Sayers, Panamanian citizen em employed
ployed employed in the stock control branch of the logistics service divi division,
sion, division, receives a 30-year service pin and congratulations from
Col. Jobie J. Dixon, chief of the U.S. Army Caribbean Quarter Quartermaster
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ferred transferred to the Quartermaster depot at Corozal, where he has
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Paraita Camera Club
The second organizational meet meeting
ing meeting of the Paraiso Camera Club
will be held this evening at 7:30
in the music room of the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso High School.
Highlights of the meeting will
be the second reading of the pro proposed
posed proposed constitution, registration of
members and the nomination-election
of permanent officers.
All interested residents of the
Pacific Side community ara in invited
vited invited to attend,
Paraiso Bridge Club
A special meeting has bfen cal-
nA tnf thirn aironmn of iha Pm-rai.
ICU 1U1 HUB Ci-uill ut nil, i uia
so gymnasium for the purpose of
organize a bridge club.
All interested persons are in invited
vited invited to be present at 7:30 p.m.
JWB Bataa Class
The batea painting class under
the direction of Arthur Mokray will
meet tonight at 7:30 at the USO USO-JWB.
JWB. USO-JWB. To interested newcomers in this
area, servicemen and their fami families
lies families and persons from the Canal
Zone and Panama are invited to
call Balboa 1072 for further infor information
mation information on this hobby or drop in
and visit the class.
Grand Orient Ledge
flranrl Oripnl I.nripp A A. R.R.N.
will meet Friday evening at 7:30
in the new study .hall of Paraiso
The president has urged all
mpmhprs ffl atlpnrl as imnnrfanl
lodge business will be discussed.
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Rev. J. W. Limkemann of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Bible House, delivering
the address. Thp program will he
nrPKiHpH nvpr hv thp Rv. Louis
Sea'ey of the Calvary Baptist.
Supporting items among others
on the program are:
Anthems by, the Salem Mission
of Colon, the First Baptist Church
of Paraiso and the First Church
of God of Monte Oscuro; a trio
by tie Wesl-van Methodist of Pa Paraiso;
raiso; Paraiso; the Kings Four; Bethel
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choir and a ong by the Sactlfi
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The pastor, the Rev. W. H.
Stewart, who will introduce the
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1WI
Burdette Outpitches Sam Jones For
PAS I StX
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Victory Moves Braves
Within Game Of First
Place In National Loop
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UPI) Lew Burdette
and Warren Spahn can't reach their goal of 50 vic victories
tories victories but thev'll settle for the Milwaukee Braves'
third straight pennant.
The "hot team" in the furious
National League scramble, the
Braves moved to within one game
of first place yestreday when Bur Burdette
dette Burdette beat the fading San Francis Francisco
co Francisco Giants, 2-0, for his 21st victory.
And today, it'll be Spahn gunning
for his 20th victory and a triumph
that would tie the Braves for first
place with a mere eight games
left to play.
The Braves then would have the
tactical advantage over both other
contenders because five of their
last eight games are against the
last-place Philadelphia Phillies
and the other three are against
the light-hitting Pittsburgh Ti Ti-rates.
rates. Ti-rates. Manager Bill Rigney, who charg
ed yesterday that Burdette em employed
ployed employed a "spitball" while limiting
the Giants to five hits, announced
he will pitch 15-game winner Jack
Sanford against Spahn. A victory
would enable Spahn to achieve his
10th 20-win season and also to tie
Eppa Rixey's all-time National
League record of 266 triumphs by
a left-handed pitcher.
, Tht Los Angeles Dodgers blew
an opportunity to close in on the
Giants, too, when they dropped
a 7-4 decision to the Cincinnati
Reds and remained two games
out of first place.
The American League race en en-Joys
Joys en-Joys a complete day off today but
that one is all but mathematically
over. The first-place Chicago White
Sox lost to the New York Yankees,
S-j, yesterday but the second-place
Cleveland Indians also lost, 6-5, to
tWe Boston Red Sox. And so, the
White Sox' magic pennant-clinching
number was reduced to a mer?
With 40 victories to their credit,
Burdette and Spahn can't possibly
reach that 50-total of which they
epoke last spring. But there's the
more Important business of win winning
ning winning the pennant and once again
it looks like they're going to give
the Braves' "two for the money."
Burdette limited the Giants to
four singles and a double, struck
out seven batters and walked on only
ly only one in raising his record to 21 21-14.
14. 21-14. The Braves scored their first
run off Sam Jones (20-13) when
Del Crandall singled home Joe Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock in the fourth and added their
ether run when Enos Slaughter,
obtained recently from the Yan Yankees,
kees, Yankees, singled home Hank Aaron in
Frank Thomas and Willie Jones
hit homers to lead a 13-hit Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati attack that handed strikeout
sensation Sandy Koufax his sixth
defeat. The Dodgers collected 10
hits, including two homers by
Charlie Neal and one by Wally
Moon, but couldn't bunch their hits
effectively against Orlando Pena
and Brooks Lawrence. A crowd of
23,785 boosted Dodger home at attendance
tendance attendance to 2,004,292 a new club
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The Yankees, playing their
"spoiler" role to the hilt, dealt
20-game winner Early Wynn his
10th defeat when they scored
three runs in the sixth inning to
overcome an early 10 deficit.
Run-scoring singles by Yogi Ber Ber-ra,
ra, Ber-ra, Hector Lopei and Hank
Bauer were the big blows that
brought right-hander Jim Coates
his sixth win against one defeat.
Gary Geiger's bases-filled sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice fly in the ninth sent in Jim
Mahoney with the winning run as
the Red Sox dealt the Indians their
second'straight one-run loss. The
Red Sox had tied the score in the
seventh on Frank Malzone's two two-run
run two-run homer and again in the eighth
with a three-run outburst.
The Chicago Cubs and Pirates
split a doubleheader in the other
National League action and the
Detroit Tigers beat the Baltimore
Orioles, 3-1. in the other American
Vernon Law scattered nine hits
to heat the Cubs, 3-2. and win his
17th game for the Pirates in their
opener but the Cubs took the night nightcap.
cap. nightcap. 4 2, on Sammy Taylor's two two-run
run two-run ninth-inning homer. Ernie
Ranks drove in a run in each game
in raise his season total to 136.
Don Mossi yielded seven hits in
eight innings and got excellent re-
Iref aid from Tom Morgan in the
ninth to post his 15th win. Harvey
Kuenn had three hits and Eddie
Yost and Frank Boiling two each
in Detroit's nine-hit attack
No Player Pos. Wt.
2 Fred McKenzie E 145
3 Roland Hinds FB 145
4 Paul Blades K 200
8 Hill Millett G 140
11 Gary Alexander E 170
12 Andy Fragioni HB 130
13 Charles Laatz C 160
14 John Mannix WB 150
21 Harry Keepers E 160
22 Bob Best HB 160
23 Joe Reynolds QB 160
24 Iyouis Sprague E 150
33 Russ Favorite T 210
51 Lane Thompson C 160
52 Tom Ashton T 190
61 Bill Kirkland HB 160
62 Bill Gibson HB 190
63 Ben Thomas G 160
64 John Engelke FB 160
71 George Trimble G 190
72 Dan Jenkins E 160
73 Pete Corrigan HB 155
74 Jack Willoughby G 185
81 Gene Burch T 200
82 Frank Leves FB 170
84 Ernest Sharp FB 165
Jamboree Queen: Lieanor Stan Stan-cook
cook Stan-cook Captains: Roland Hinds, Gene
(Based on 400 official it bits)
G AB R H Pet.
Aaron, Mil. 143 587 114 211 .359
Cun., St. L. 135 431 61 151 .350
Pinson, Cin 147 617 125 198 .321
Cepeda, S.F. 142 570 90 183 .321
Bover, St. L. 141 535 80 169 .316
Temple, Cm. 145 567 97 177 .312
Rob., Cm. 143 531 106 164 .309
Mathews, Mil. 137 548 106 169 .308
Moon, L A. 133 497 87 150 .302
White, St.L. 137 511 4 1754 .301
131 528 93 186
128 484 78 157
140 533 89 166
149 602 80 183 .304
136 427 62 129 .302
126 463 74 139 .300
143 548 87 162 .296
126 435 47 128 .294
116 428 55 125 .292
141 572 99 165 .288
Runs Batted In
Jensen, Red Sox
' well, Tigers
(Based on II or more decisions)
National League W L Pet.
Face, Pirates 17 1 .944
Antonelli, Giants 19 9 .679
Law, Pirates 17 9 .654
Conley, Phils 12 7 .632
Jones, Giants 20 13 .606
Shaw, White Sox 16 6 .727
McLish, Indians 18 8 .692
Wynn, White Sox 20 10 .667
Maas, Yankees 13 7 .650
Lary, Tigers 17 10 .630
Major Hoople, a man of many
talents, is once- again enjoytnr
one of his favorite pursuits
providing1 his readers with the
results of football games aa yet
Who said it couldn't be done?
Egad, the Major has been doinc
it for years and with astonish astonishing;
ing; astonishing; results. A fearless forecaster,
with a good rye for a long-shot,
tbe Major invites one and all to
try to top him in picking the
wianera of Saturday's pigskin
Take a look at the Major's fir
cafd on today's sport page If
yoa don't agree with him, mark
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LET -ME SEE -Coach John Stiegman rubs his chin and wonders which of Rutgers' half half-dozen
dozen half-dozen tailbackswill inherit the starting assignment of Bill Austin, who was named as an
All-America after his final fling as a Scarlet Knight. They are, left to right, Ron Schmitt,
Dick Webb, Joe Thompson, Bill Speranza, Bill Wolff and Sam Mudie. Wolff is only letterman
Our national tennis champion championships
ships championships had come to a close on a
bleak note, too. For the fourth
successive year, the finalists in
the men's singles were foreign foreigners;
ers; foreigners; for the first time since '37,
we were without representation
in the women's singles.
In the light ofthose melancholy
facts, the speaker obviously could
not have the immediate quality of
American tennis in mind when
in presiding over trophy presenta
tions, he began with the stirring
declaration he was "proud to be
Turned out he didn't. What had
stirred the passionate nationalism
of the gentleman, a former Psnta
gonian who has switched to big
business (a rather common prict
ice among the Washington brother
hood these days), was the srl
ing sportsmanship of the Forest
Lake motherhood, the flag and
Mary Martin, sportsmanship is al always
ways always a safe subject, one that
leaves virtually no roon for con controversy.
troversy. controversy. But if this was an in
genious exercise in diplomacy, it
was also a transparent admission
that our tennis situation Dffrs
little to cheer about.
Not evejn the desperation move
by which Rodriguez Olmedo of Pe
ru became temorarily American
ized for tennis purposes had paid
off in the end. So what do we do
now turn to Outer Mongolia or
Inner Slobovia for the kind of ma
tenal we no longer seem to be
able to develop?
The last card-carrying American
to reach the National finale was
Tony Trabert, Cincinnati, in '5j
In '56, '57 and '58 Australians mo monopolized
nopolized monopolized the championships. And
this year it was, notwithstanding
the official billing Australia vs.
Against the bold, slashing, yet
disciplined play of Down UndT',
No. 1 man, Neale Fraser, Olmedo
was never a serious threat md
succumbed 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, 6-4. There
may have been extenuating cir circumstances.
cumstances. circumstances. Olmedo complaine.l
of shoulder pains, and it was not noted
ed noted he did not go all out when he
Still, this was the same Fraser
who had handled a nhvsicallv fit
Olmedo without difficulty in the
Davis Cup round and to excise
the Peruvian's failure on tne
score of disability is to disparage
the Australian's brilliant victory
and the general excellence of the
It is the opinion of at least one
40-love nut that Fraser is simply
the superior player, period. His
service, powerful and accurate,
has no equal among the amaterurs
He has all tn shots, a fine match match-play
play match-play temperament, and there is no
more tenacious competitor on the
This latter quality he sensation sensationally
ally sensationally demonstrated when, on his
own service, he roared from 0-40
to prevail in a situation which ap appeared
peared appeared to be utterly hopeless. That
was in the eighth game of the cri critical
tical critical fourth set.
What made the sharp-featured,
sinewy, blond Australian's dra
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matic stand all the more note noteworthy
worthy noteworthy was that Olmedo, fighting
to stay alive, was playing pretty
close to the top of his game at the
time. It tust wasn t good enough
Fraser had already made it plain
ne wasn t going to beat timself.
Now he made it equally plain he
wasn't going to let Olmedo beat
him. And, of course, he didn't.
That one game, longest in time
and points was the dazzling thrill thrilling
ing thrilling highlight, of a match which
for the most part, was otherwise
lacking in suspense and splendor.
They did have a nice day for it,
though, and, as the Pentagon said ',
the galleries were just too ducky
LADIES AND WEIGHT.
Any discussion of weight in
terms of the fair sex is a danger dangerously
ously dangerously delicate matter, and no
more will be said here than that it
is not so important a factor in
tennis as it is in say, wrestling or
Just how many pounds Maria
Bueno of Brazil conceded Christine
Truman of Britain in handily win winning
ning winning our women's singles, we are
too gallant even to speculate. Miss
Bueno, dainty as she is deadly
told sports writers that, if she
weighed an ounce over 120, she
would be "petrified."
Miss Truman confined her post post-match
match post-match remarks to gracious com compliments
pliments compliments of her opponent's artis artistry,
try, artistry, and we like to believe it uac
chivalry, rather than fear, that
caused our colleasues tn rpfnin
from inquires concernins intimau
Statistics whien have no nrn.ipr
place in tennis reporting, anyhow
Besides, a trip to Vic Tannv's
wuuiuii i qo mem anv h a
The new 33-millinn.dnii.ir a,,q.
duct Race Track in New York has
a two-story press box perched high
above the stands.
Included in the elaborate eouin-
ment and facilities for th mp,-
who report ies are private mu-
tuel windows, which have given
some of the racing officials a
chance to gibe the turf writers and
We could release the fianres on
the number of winning tickets sold
through your windows in compar comparison
ison comparison with the' public betting win windows,"
dows," windows," they taunt. "Then readers
would find out whether you know
more about picking winners than
One writer retaliated by threat threatening
ening threatening to refuse working quarters
in the upper half of the press box.
"If I worked up there, they'd
call me a second-story man," is
Girls Junior Tennis
The third quarter final match
of the Girls Junior Tennis Tour Tournament
nament Tournament being held at the Pana Panama
ma Panama Olympic swimming pool ten tennis
nis tennis courts is scheduled for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at S between
Hilma Cooke and Ruth Phillips.
The winner of this match will
advance to the semifinals.
Yesterday's scheduled contest
between Mary Esslinger and
Mercedes A r goto was postponed
on account of rain. The match
has been rescheduled for this
The las qua rter final match
will be played Saturday at 9
a.m. between Mitii Sucre and
The semifinals will get under underway
way underway Sunday when today's win winner
ner winner will meet Friday's victor at
Next Wednesday, Jeanine He He-bert
bert He-bert will take on the winner of
Saturday's match In the second
semifinal. The championship
match is scheduled for Sunday,
Sugar Kmns Seek
Over Vees Tonioht
HAVANA, Sept. 17 (UPI) The
Cuban Sugar Kings will send veter
an Mike Cuellar to the mound to
night to try to take a 2-0 lead
over the Richmond Virginians in
the International League's final
The Virginians, deprived of a
chance to square the series at
one game each when last night's
game was rained out, are sticking
with rookie Bill Short.
Both teams breezed through their
semi-final round series, the Sugar
Kings swamping Columbus in four
straight games and the Virginians
walloping Buffalo in five games.
Havana won the opener of the' final
series, 1-0, on Tuesday night as
Ted Wieand and Luis Arroyo col collaborated
laborated collaborated I in a six-hitter.
The winner of the best-of-seven
series plays the American Associa Association's
tion's Association's playoff winner in the Little
Job At College
In Capable Hands
The return of Billie Gibson to
the JC squad this year places the
vital left halfback spot in capable
hands. Bill was JC's standout ball
carrier last year until sidelined
by a knee injury.
Bigger and meaner this year,
Gibson should be a terror to op
nosing nlavers and coaches.
Bob Best and Adrea Frangioni
are displaying signs that they too
are talented in the art of advane
ing the pigskin and should be ca
nable of stepping in to relieve
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N)
Cincinnati at Los Angeles (N)
Milwaukee at San Francisco
Philadelphia at Chicago
Milwaukee 000 100 01ft 2 a n
San Francisco 000 000 0000 5 1
Burdette (21-14) and CrandaU
(20-13), Miller and
111 000 0003
100 010 0002 3
Law (17-9) and Burgess.
Anderson (12-11) Elston and
Pittsburgh 000 002 0002 9 0
Chicago 001 000 0124 10 0
Friend (8-19) and Bureess. Foi-
Johnson, Henry, Elston (8-7)
and S. Taylor.
Los Angeles 4
H. I. Homa
Fuerza y Luz
Pan Am Jets
R. C. Nehi
Leading Averages: Vescio
Balcer 196, Luttenberger 196.
This week's High Series Balcer
605, High game Balcer 232.
SEYMOUR 1 H. I. HOMA 3
Seymour Agency started out
with a bang, posting a good 92
by Ronnie King and the Agency
was 56 pins better than H. I
Homa. The success was shortlived
because Homa contractors won
the second game with a 813, ten
better than Seymour.
In tbe finale, despite a 201 game
by Del Charters, current scratch
double champ of the Isthmus, the
Seymours came up with a 777
game in which Homa's Bud Bal
cer went on a rampage and hit
232 and Ski Prusinowski came
through with 229.
This powerful duo meant the
curtains for Seymours now have
the cellar all to themselves, where whereas
as whereas Homa are sharing the top of
the heap with Viceroy. Mr. Bowler
himself, Balcer, took over the lead
in averages with his 605 series,
best for the night. Del Charters'
544 was high for Seymour.
Seymour: Charters 544, Hinely
450, Glud 494, King 527, Soyster
Homa: Prusinowski 573. Bieber
517, Kleischman 417, Bates 469,
The defending champions, Wynn
Friction Proofing, got off to a good
-tart, winning with an 809 game
when Viceroy were off the beat
with a 784 figur" However, this
784 was the lull before the storm,
because Viceroy broke loose Ted
Albritton hitting 228, Tato Sama Sama-niego
niego Sama-niego 204 and Pepe Damian 203.
With George Winquist 187 and J.
R.v Strunz 162 gave the Viceroys
a 1001 total. While the Cigarettes
tanered off in the last game they
still were good enough to beat
Wynns by 75 sticks.
In the finale Strunz smacked a
226 game. For th- Viceroys who
share first place. Panama's Pride,
Pepe Damiar. hit 600 right on the
button, while his brother Tony was
tops for Wynn with 580.
Viceroy: Albritton 532, Samanie-
,go 545, Strunz 522, Winquist 50 Oand
Wynn: Vescio 468. Lindenberg
487, Laquidara 503, Damian 580,
IMPERIAL BREAD 1
PAN AM JETS 1
Eleven pins more for Imperial
Bread than for Pan Am' Jets,
meant a win for the bakers. But
(he Pan Am Jets then became all
fired up and with Rollie Glelch Glelch-man
man Glelch-man hitting a 213, which offset Im Imperial
perial Imperial Tony Luttenberger's 213,
the Jets burnt the breads to
crisp in the second game.
The Pan-Am Jets again soared
In th exit sesiioa when Raul Al-
000 100 0001
000 003 OOx 3
Wynn (20-10). Latman and Lo
Coates (6-1) and Berra.
Cleveland 020 000 0305 8
Boston 000. 000 2316 8
Bell, Perry (11-9) and Nixon.
Casale, Chittum (2-8) and White.
Detroit 000 110 0103
Baltimore 000 000 0101
Mossi (13-9) Morgan and
Fisher (1-5), Loes and Triandos,
Only games scheduled.
Dallas, Tex. -NEA) Billy
Casper, the United States Opej,,
champion, who does not smoke
and seldom drinks, will not etu.
dorse tobacco or liquor products!"-.
varado and Fernando De Luca
both rolled even 200, and more than.'
took care bf the. 209 game tossed ;
by Joe Burgoon of Imperial Raul''
Alvarado was tops for both teams v
with 590 and LuUenberger's 529
was best on the boards for Irri Irri-perials.
perials. Irri-perials. Imperial Bread Ehrenberg 481,.!
Novey 511, Luttenberger 529, Bur Burgoo
goo Burgoo 508. Lane 518.
Pan Am Jets.: L6wand', 490
Gleichman 571, Alvarado 590, De De-Luca
Luca De-Luca 537, Karry 471. '"
FUERZA Y LUZ 1 1
RC NEHI 3
Following the pattern of the
evening, when the four short end?'
pd 'earns won the openers, Fuerza
y Luz Kilowatts sparked bv An
dy Fistonich's 201 registered a1
win on the meter by a narrow
margin of 8 pins. The RC ""'if
softsrinkers tabbed the next threei
ine middle game was close with--
22 separating the winner from the.
loser, but in the last session
George Soto's 213 and An G"a
ham's 202 .meant "lightsout" for.
Fuerza y Luz by 44 pins.
Andy Fistonich was the best.
power bowler with i 562 and for 1
the Nehi's Clayton's contribution,,.!
Art Graham grabbed- the signal
honors of the match With 582.
Fuerza y Luz Fistonich 562,.
Keeler 523. Lheureaux 474, Metzg..
er an. Toland 497. ..
RC NEHI: Soto 549, Crothrs-
468, Janssen 554, Graham 582,.
BALBOA MEN'S WINTER
"THE LEAGUE THAT BOWLS'
Last Saturday night, the Balboa
Men's Summer Bowling Leaeue
held their annual party at the Po-
l'cemen's Lodge. Over forty bowl bowlers
ers bowlers attended the stag gala affair"
and all had a great time.
The Balboa Men's League is one
of the oldest in the Canal zone,
its origin dating back to 1941 at
which time the Pan-Canal Bowling1
association was formed. I' was the
first league In the Dresent Balboa Balboa-Bowling
Bowling Balboa-Bowling Center and was compris comprised
ed comprised of tm top flight bowlers in the
C.Z. It was a 12 team, five mas
The league bowls in two sepan-
ate narts, th Winter League and
the Sumtner league which carries".
its Wint-r League sponsor
through the Summer League, each"-
of ?2 weeks duration.
The Summer League was high highlighted
lighted highlighted in its last nifht of play bv;
the sensational bowling of 'wo of
its regular bowlers who rolled h
leagues high 3 game series .Mc .Mc-Lane
Lane .Mc-Lane with a scratch 630 and B.
DeVeau a 255 hieh scratch i"e.
Tonight at the B-'boa BowUnf.i.'
Center the Winter League onens
its regular season. The meet onca
sharply at 7 p.m.. AH bowlers are';
requested to report at 6:30 and J
check in. J
New bowlers who have not al-
ready signed un must do the same
as team selections will be made made-up
up made-up from those present and those?
that have signed up.
While the teams are being select-J
ed their will be a brief annual
business meeting including the the-election
election the-election of Officers and commit-
tees. League bowling will ctart at!
the usual time 7:3i j I
- AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NIWSFAPEB
PAG I II VIM
'Bet &uiOn Limb Now: Rico Picked Over ISUi
THTRiDAT, SEPTEMBER lT,iMk
In all his tribulations, Casey
Stngel hasn't lost his sense of hu humor....
mor.... humor.... He was reading about
Frank Lane's blast in the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland clubhouse, including the
threat, 'Vand I might send some
f yrtti uytoaeknoanM GitytV
.KVhich prompted The Perfesser
to explode, "Holy Cow, he's tam tampering
pering tampering with my second ,club a a-fain."...
fain."... a-fain."... Think thtrt's no ntimnt left
tn kaltball? . Behind the recall
f Gerdsn Windhorn from Den Den-ver
ver Den-ver by the Yanks, althooBh. he'll
never threw like major leaguer,
le the gentle hand of Stengel ...
he knows the kid lust, wants hi
name In ene malor league box box-tcere
tcere box-tcere Ask Sam Jones how his arm
feels, and he'll answer, "It's
broke." .. But seven years ago
the veritable Giant ace wasn't far
nff... with his arm in a shng for
f'ree months, and his pitching ca career
reer career in jeopardy because he'd
'tossed it out playing ball to the
Puerto Rican Winter League. ..
And how!s this for, a scouting re report
port report when the Cleveland Indians
first checked into Jones a decade
ago: "Won't do. Not fast enough."
. He's led the National League in
itrikeouts ,three times
Whenever shotputter Dallas
Leng sees a football coach ap approach
proach approach en the Southern Califor California
nia California campus, he runs . like a
torinter because he's afraid
ttfey might sweet-talk his 250
pounds Into a tackle spot
Why Bay. Norton, the foremost
inrinter in the world, must jeooar jeooar-dfie
dfie jeooar-dfie his participation in the 1960
Olympics to play football for San
Jose State: not only because he
wants exnerience for a profession professional
al professional football career but for the
more practical reason that with without
out without football he can't afford to stay
in college San Jose Slate does
not give scholar ships for track ..
Ray must put on pads to get a free
Paul Richards will match his
young outfielder, Barry Shetrone,
In a match race agiihst anyone
m the major leagues even
Pedro Ramos, the flying Nat .
The player who comes closest to
maXimiiing his talents is Red Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, the hard-working catcher of
the Detroit Tigers who tr.kes the
trouble to run with the pitchers
before the rest of the squad turns
nut every morning .. The one
thing Red has never been able to
master is catching a peg from
the outfield on a olay at home he
takes it on the heel of Jiis glove
and when he's hit at the plate,
freouently drops it. .
Glne Marchottl, who fractured
hie ankle making the key tackle
WED. 24 ;
PEGINNINyITH V BOOM' v
that enabled the Baltimore Colts
to tie and then beat the New
York Giants for the National
Football League title, endured
four months of special exercise
with weights last winter. ..
Dale Hall, Army football coach,
made recruiting forays into Okla Oklahoma
homa Oklahoma when he was a Florida as assistant
sistant assistant a few years ago . "it
gave me an excuse to get back
home to Parsons, Kan.'" a a-mong
mong a-mong the boys he lured to Gator Gator-ville
ville Gator-ville was Don Chandler, who play played
ed played for a little Indian junior col college
lege college Chandler has since be become
come become the leading punter in oro
football for the Giants "But
you know," Hall shakes his head
"there were two other guvs on
that Indian team who could out out-punt
punt out-punt him he never even kicked."
For seven, years Johnny Blan Blan-chard
chard Blan-chard sweated throunh the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee farm system losinq seven
World Series cuts he fiaured
there'd be on eventual payoff this
year Now the Yarikres are
struggling to stay in the fr' di di-viion
viion di-viion and Blanchard?
"It keeps, me awak nights
thinking of that money.".
Paul Richards explaining why
his Baltimore Orioles sive the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago White Sox a tougher time
than any other team (exceot Kan Kansas
sas Kansas City): "We nlay 'em dose be be-rnue
rnue be-rnue neither of us can h;t."
Richards on White Sox trenTth:
"Their mide'le Shcrm LolWsr, Luis
Aoaricio and Neliie Fox, Jim I.an I.an-dis
dis I.an-dis isn't just good. It's great.",..
Between you'n'me, the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Braves and New York Yen Yen-kees
kees Yen-kees are waiting for the new inter-league
trading period to be begin
gin begin in November to startle the
baseball world with e big swap
...and don't a front-line pitcher
and a fine inflelder figure as the
Day'tona Beach, Fia. (NEA)
Tom Pistone, veteran automobile
racinff driver, injured hW back
painfully while showing his eight
year-old daughter how to drive a
J! by Red Grange
Why don't we see a drop-kick
I am frequently asked this
question. Old-timers recall Har Harvard's
vard's Harvard's legendary Charley Brickley.
Near old-timers speak of Crip
Toomey, the left-footed dropkicker
of the California wonder teams of
the early 1920's.
I haven't seen a dropkick gince
the early 1930'js.' There are se several
veral several feasons'fof this: Theafg' Theafg'-in
in Theafg'-in for error is much less when the
ball is held, rather than dropped
for a kick. It was found, that a
team can get off a placekick with
the ball being held just as quickly
as a dropkick.
The ball has been elongated a
bit through the years. Today's ball
doesn't bounce as true as the one
which was stubbier at the ends. It
is better suited to the hand than
the toe. It's a thrower's, not a
Address football questions to
Red Grange, NEA Service, 461
Eighth Ave., New York 1, N.Y.
Questions of general or unusual
interest will be answered in this
column. Other questions cannot be
Chicago (NEA) The greatest
riding rceord ever set by a jockey
on a major track in a day was
made in 1956 when John Heck Heck-mann
mann Heck-mann won on seven of his eight
mounts at Hawthorne.
SWIM ANYONE?- Am alio
Couto, 33, lawyer from Sao Paulo,
Brazil, smiles in Wissant, France,
after he broke the world record for
the England-to-France English
Channel swim. He covered the
distance in 12 hours, 45 minutes
and 40 seconds.
LITTLE APi ...
There's a parade
of values in the
Classified Ads of
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By HARRY GRAYSON
IN the good old days not too
far back, college footoall teams
opened the 'season oy dipping a
timid toe into the water against
mediocre,, or worse, opposition.
The idea of the. then cnaracter
builders was to first warm up,"
preierably agamat the ne a r e s t
troop of Cub scouts.
But football is the breadwinner
of college athletics, and increas
ed costs forced varsities to jump
imo me water wun oom leet
and hot water it's liable to prove.
So another campaign starts at
cyclonic pace, Sept. 19, with Pur
due and UCLA in the Los Angles
Coliseum in a .major intersection-
Lal game the night before, to give
Rpni. a rough idea. Even better il
lustrations are Rice battling
Louisiana State in the game that
will be nationally televised and
Alabama at Georgia.
As long as we are going to at attempt
tempt attempt to pick winners from now
until Nov. 28, let's start by stab
bing at what would be consider
ed a tremendous upset. Why
wait until mid-season to climb
out on the limb? et a firm
hold on the handrails now, mates,
for we're giving you Rice over the
unanimously elected national
champion of 1958, Louisiana State,
say by 21,17.
COLLAR-AO' PAUL DIETZEL
has the Chinese Bandits and 31
of 35 lettermen back, including
everybody's All-America halfback,
Billy Cannon, and the tremendous
lenebacker. Max Fugler. LSU got
off rapidly against Rice last au
tumn and rose to Everest heights
against Miami of Coral Gables,
Kentucky, Duke and Tulane.
It must be remembered, how however,
ever, however, that the Tigers are college
boys like the rest and were hard
ly eating people when they squeak squeaked
ed squeaked past Florida, Mississippi State
and Clemson. It is also recalled
that the wolves were howling for
Deitzel's blood at the outset,
when the Bayou Bengals were
picked to finish no better than
ninth in the Southeastern Confe
Rice had its afternoons last
trip, playing Army off its feet on
one of them. Roland Jackson
and Bob Wayt, widely-heralded
sophomores, join established backs,
and the line is stout from tackle
PURDUE IS BIG AND GOOD
and has a lot left over with Bob
Jarus, the arring fullback. If
the early firing didn't slow down
the pace, I'd like the Boiler Boilermakers
makers Boilermakers over UCLA by more than
Bear Bryant has had a year to
work in his own way at Alaba Alabama,
ma, Alabama, and Georgia hasn't anything
much to. write home about. There
is the tragedy of North Carolina
opening against Clemson with without
out without Big Jim Tafum, who worked
diligently for three years to ob obtain
tain obtain and develop the Tar Heel
material which will now be put
on display by Jim Hickey.
Here are the off-side predic predictions:
tions: predictions: Rice 21, Louisiana State 17
Purdue 14, UCLA 0
Alabama 23, Georgia 6
North Carolina 17, Clemson 10
Florida 20, Tulane 7
Georgia Tech 13, Kentucky 6
Duke 25, South Carolina 12
Navy 31, Boston College 7
West Virginia 13, Maryland 10
Mississippi 27, Houston 8
Texas Christian 19, Kansas 16
Missouri 14, Penn State 13
Texas 20; Nebraska 6
Colorado 21, Washington 14
Southern California 23, Ore
gon State 7
California 14, Washington State
Football seasons now start
tough and get tougher.
ATLANTIC CITY (NEA)
It is usual for owners to howl
with indignation when their horses
are assigned high weights in handi handicaps
caps handicaps races.
Travis M. Kerr pulled a ploas-'
ing swucn wnen nouna xame was
assigned 136 pounds the highest
weigni oi nis uiusirious career
in the United Nations Handicap at
Atlantic Ctiy, Sept. 19.
"It is quite an honor to have
Round Table held in such high
esteem as to be topweighted among
the greatest horses in the world,"
said the Oklahoma oil ma enate in
accepting the impost.
Camden, N. J. (NEA) The
hiehest-priced vearlina f isxr
is an expected starter this fall
in tne worm s richest race, the
Garden State. He is Prince
Blessed, purchased hv Travi Krr
for $77,000 at Keeneland.
R E LEASE
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IVu uiaf naiii w
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llrtLrtllUL I t
rill iiNi a rim.
Safe Shooting Begins
At Cap Pistol Stage
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mummm TTJ loJ 'hi ii 1 1 'iimJ Mill Tim imff'Yi if mm r
BPADY ON THE FIRING LINE Not until he Is propertr
rnrtrocted E i Stall put in 12-Vear-old Stephen White's run.
Instructor Ben BUirtif finds younrsters eager to do It right.
SUN VALLEY, Ida 8(NEA) -Ben
Hurtig, Sun Valley shoot shooting
ing shooting instructor, is conducting a
one-man campaign to keep the
American youth from shooting
himself or someone else.
"Catch 'em young," is the basis
of the former Marine captain's
credo, "and teach 'em in the cap
pistol stage to respect firearms,
The need for such a program
is emphasized by statistics from
the National Rifle Associa t i o n
compiled in 33 stales and two
Canadian provinces. They show
1,538 casualties, with teenage
shooters involved in 46 per cent.
Hurtig, who finds 10 and 12-year-old
youngsters most eager
to do things the right way, first
takes the child to the firing line
on the skeet field and talks 'o
him until he is at ease. He makes
certain the youngster is not a a-fraid
fraid a-fraid of guns and that the noise
of discharge is not tightening.
"Once a youngster is frighten frightened
ed frightened by a gun, it is much harder
to teach him to shoot."
The second step is to show the
pupil exactly how to hold the
gun and sight it. The novice is
allowed to follow clay targets, re
CZ Football News
. With practice barely underway,
the annual Red and White outing
has quickly arrived.
The public is invited tonight to
a non-admission BUS intersquad
scrimmage. The practice game
will take place at the Balboa Sta Stadium
dium Stadium at 7.
The scrimmage will be devided
into two halves. The first hall will
be a regular game-like affair with
On the other hand, the second
half will consist of controlled
scrimmage wherein the play may
be stopped to shift player combi combinations.
nations. combinations. SHORT PLUNGES
It looks doubtful that the new
Coco Solo football field will be
ready for the opener Sept. 25.
News recently reached the Zone
the Ness brothers from last year's
BHS athltic teams have stuck
gold at their new school in Las
Cruces, New Mexico. Gary start started
ed started at offensive fullback and Dick
at linebacer in the first fame last
What a change of location will
do. The Green Devils appear to
have a new backficld ace in Frank
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V 1 ,'JJ ,'''CYu.r I
HER HERO- Barbara Badger, nine-yeer-old fan from Crete,
111., puts her admiration for Nellie Fox in writing at Comiskey
Park in Chicago. The hustling second baseman Is sparking
Jh White Sox in their drive for American League pennant
leased at a set angle, with an
unloaded firearm until he learns
to pull the trigger at the right
During these dry runs, the pu pupil
pil pupil is given constant instruction
on how to handle the weapon
safely under all conditions, with
emphasis on the cardinal rule of
never letting it be pointed at any anyone.
one. anyone. Only after all safety principles
have been hammered home is
the boy allowed to a c t u a 1 y
shoot with a gun that is loaded
for him and taken away immedi immediately
ately immediately after each shot. Generally,
by the second lesson the pupil
has learned to load the gun.
Once in a while Hurting gels
a smart Alec or thoughtless
youngster who is hard to im impress.
press. impress. Then the instructor taxes a
gun and fires it into a mud
hole. The splattering of the murl
and the size of the hole made
by the scattergun blast never
yet has failed to impress.
"If more people would teach
their kid not to go around
pointing toy pistols and guns at
people, it would make my job
much easier," says Ben Hurtig.
Leves. This fine athlete limited
his sports while attending BHS to
swimming and track.
Russ Strohlberg is currently
holding down one of the starting
end positions oil the Bulldog club,
but wasn't listed on the champion
CHS roster last year while a stu student
dent student there.
Approximately eight football of
ficials will take turns calling the
Red and White scrimmage to tune
up for the fast rushing grid
opener, Reliable Larty Chance and
Lou Hilzinger will once again
form the nucleus of the officials
Karen Lytle was elected by the
BHS team as their football queen.
Louis Dedeaux, one time BHS
athlete, has been added to the
Tiger coaching staff.
Bulldog coaches announced Mon
day that only two positions have
been cinched at this time: Doug
Pajak at end and Phil Cage at
"Plunger" picks the J.C. Green
Devils to plaster foes because
they are plenty plump with 26
NEW YORK ( Uri)-There was
a time when Chuck Connors, who
spent seven years in organized
baseball, collected ball players'
autographs and he's still a bit
surprised that now the pen is in
the otner hand.
Connors is the six foot, five
inch, lantern-jawed r i g h t e r ol ol-wrongs
wrongs ol-wrongs who appears on television
as "The Rifleman." Before that
he was an itinerant first l.useman
who stopped briefly with Brooklyn
and the Chicago Cubs while cn
route to such way-stations as
Newark, Newport News, Mobile,
Montreal, Los Angeles and the
"It never ceases amazing mc
that now they all want MY auto autograph,"
graph," autograph," he grins.
Like during the recent Old Tim Timers
ers Timers Day at Yankee Stadium.
INVITED AS "RIFLEMAN"
"I realized, of course," he ex explained,
plained, explained, scratching four acres of
chest as he hunched on a cout'i
in his hotel room clad only in a
pair of faded blue dungarees,
"that I was invited 'only' as 'The
Rifleman' and not as a ball play
er. So when I walked out into
Yankee Stadium 1 felt like the
rawest rookie in the world.
"It almost knocked me over
when Billy Terry, always one of
my idols, asked ME for not one
autograph, but 11 of them," he
added. "Then Ducky Medwirk
asked me for five. Wow. Of
course, they all tell me 'these
arei.'t for me, they're lor the
kids.' All except Charley Grimm."
Grimm strode up to Connors
"I don't want this for the kid,
I want it for myself."
"You," Connors told him, "have
always been my favorite ;ul
When he is on the set in Hollv-
w.ud, Connors related, all of the
visili.ig ballplayers come to the
lot fiom time to lir.:e.
SNIDER APPEARED ON SHOW
"It's gotten to be, pld hat with
must of the Dod,ier$by no.'" he
ia,ig:.rd, "because Duke Snider
even appeared oi. one of our
siicws. And, just like a baliplay baliplay-er,
er, baliplay-er, he kickej bout the monoy.
But all of the visnrk teams come
"Lew Burdelte of the B'jws is
oiie of my steadies." Connors re
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FELIPE MOTTA e HIJO
Tel. 3-700H Balboa Boulrvarcl, Panama
lated. "He evc.i had to learn how
to l ipid fire ..'e rifle. ia;j he
wanted to impres.- his kidc. But
V t got a huncn he'll use my kind
of nile to go deei hur.iii:
Ay a rr,in whj will "nevr get
baseball out of .ny biooO,'' Con Connors
nors Connors remembers as his biggest
thrill that Old Timers Day at
"Even though 1 was sort of in
on a pass, it was a tremendous
thrill to stand in the visitors dug dugout
out dugout at the stadium,'' he remem remembers
bers remembers in an awed voice. "It was
like making the palace in vaude vaudeville.
ville. vaudeville. And as they called out ail
those great baseball names, and
the players I idolized walked out
and took a bow, I could feel my myself
self myself getting smaller and smaller
until finally I was about this big,"
Connors held out a ham-iike
hand and moved his trigger finger
within a fraction of his thumb.
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and bar, two maid's rooms with
inside service, garage. Can be
teen from 4:00 p m to 7:00
49th street No. 12, Bella Vuta
FOR RENT: October first,
house 304. 3d St Las Cumbres,
) badroomt, I bath, maid'i room
and bath. 1,200 mt. fenced.
$100 monthly. Telephone Balboa
1816, Henter 0859-B, Balboa
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
chalet in 48th Street end, left
hand No. 25, Bella Vista Two
bedrooms, living-dining room,
kitchen, porch JetJ-1863.
FOR RENT: Chalet, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, living room, din dining
ing dining room, maid's room, $125.
No. 16. Aquilino de la Guardia.
FOR RENT: Residence. For
further information phone 2-
FOR RENT: Home, 2 barroom
(1 air tonaM, anelosed porch
(or 2 mora bedrooms) 1 bath,
oma utilities, maid'i room and
bath, 2 carport, larga yard with
bohio, fruit trees, Fairchild
Mango, Grapefruit, Lime. Lemon
and Orange. $125 month. No.
413 end of 4th street, (private
road) Las Cumbres. See after afternoons
noons afternoons 3:30-6:00 p.m. week weekdays,
days, weekdays, all day Saturday or Sunday
afternoon or call Violette Las
Commercial Guide i
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION I
.fl fit; nol. ml inr.h I
MUS onijr wJi v ri -
Ads accepted for a minimum of one month.
FOR INFORMATION CALL 20740
Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
Biix 24R. Balboa. C. 7
Phone: I'lirundu 51 IS
Thr follow his niilmah l lh
Cnroinl Veterinary Hospital
need soon homes:
1 Black female doi. medium lrf,
Tall the aliove telephone number
for the following:
2 female kittens black and white,
2 months old
1 Female eat. black and white. 2
Sl'PPORT YOl R SPCA.
YOU NF.KD IT. IT NF!r.DS YOl'.
Box F, Diablo, C.Z.
Telephone ran. 2-0552
ti -.kmr 1
is n 5S
". .so I turned on my Mark IV. And my dear,
when I stepped out of that 72" car in my new I'osante,
you should have seen how the girls. ." (hiaidia y
Cia., S.A. Tel. 3-7225 Ext. H, Panama City.
FOR RENT: Modarn furnished
apartment, two bedrooms.
ing-diningroom, hot water,
maid's room, garage, etc 49th
Street "Isabelita" Building Tel.
FOR RENT: Large three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining-room,
three bathrooms, hot wa water,
ter, water, maid's room, garage, etc.
Manuel Maria Icaia Street.
"Formtntor" building $185 00.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedrooms, living-dining room,
bath, etc., screened, corner $70.
Belisario Porras No. 56, Key No.
1 Information 2-2316 and 3
FOR RENT: Newly built apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three large bedrooms,
terrace, porch, two baths, maid's
room, garage. Nuevo Campa Ale Alegre,
gre, Alegre, 2-3405.
FOR RENT: Private room, bath,
two meals. Women only. Near
Hotel Panamb. Tel 3-1 146.
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
man. Tel. 3-2147 97th Street
East No. 18, San Francisco.
F O R RENT: Office space,
Mercedes building, above Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Balboa's Post Office, with
condition, good tirer, good paint
private bathroom, watchman,
vary reasonabla rent. Tl. 3-3054
Boats Cr Motors
FOR SALE: Brand new boat,
twin trailer, 20 feet long. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price. For information
call Panama 2-2882.
Finance Your New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo
on new cars
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4981 3-4985
All Tvpes of Auto Insurance
f RADIO and TV
W. crlify ouoli,, parH ltrv.
. fair cnarges.
-'h ilv fw
TKOl'ELtt), S. A.
FOR SALE: Twa 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 wheals and working
in perfect conditions. Call Pana Panama
ma Panama phone 3-7243.
FOR SALE: 51 Plymouth $175.
Apply 0268-C, Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1957 Rambler 4 4-door.
door. 4-door. one owner, 22,000 miles,
excellent condition $1,450 00.
Call Hull, Cristobal 3 1772.
During office hours after hours
FO RSALE: 1956 Plymouth
hardtop. Perfect condition. Leav Leaving
ing Leaving Isthmus. Wright, 3-6298.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford, 6 cy cylinder,
linder, cylinder, standard shift, clean, quick
sale, $395.00. Albrook 6223.
FOR SALE: 1958 Studebakar
Champion, 4-door, excellent
condition. Call Robles, Panama
2-5226 or 2-2689 office hours.
FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac con convertible,
vertible, convertible, wsw tires, new paint,
new upholstery. Excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, call Navy 3245 from 8.00
a m. until 4 p m. After 4 p.m.
call Navy 3146.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
two-door sedan, standard shift.
$350 00 Call 2-1293 after 5,
FOR SALE: 52 Chevrolet two
door, pewerglide, good condition,
aood tires, new paint, $400.
Shopping in Colon? Use a new
Hertxcar from Fiesta Car Rental
Lobby El Panama Hilton. Tel. 3 3-4568.
4568. 3-4568. Enrollment Begins
Saturday At Colon's
St. Mary's Academy
JU-gislralion for Catholic reli religious
gious religious classes for public school
children on the Atlantic side will
he held at 9 a.m. Saturday, at
St. Mary's Academy, Colon.
Classes will begin immediately
after and continue until 11 a.m.
Classes, from kirvtei'fiarten to
the 12th grade inclusive will be
held thereafter every Ssturday
'from 9:30 until 1 a.m.
Patents who plan to send their
children on the bus are asked to
notify one of the following: Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, L. C. Paulson 5-516; Marga Margarita
rita Margarita and Brazos Heights, P. J.
Brooks 3-2AR2 : Coco Solo, J. J.
Chandler Palance Carol
UNITED QQ ARTISTS
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sails Arrives
L'U'A Sept. 11 Sept. 19
YAQl'K Sept. 18 Sept. 28
MORAZAN Sept. 25 Oct. 3
TIB AO Oct. I Oct. 10
VAQl'E Oct. 9 Oct. 17
'Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Carta
New York Service Sails Arrives
MllSA Sept. M Sept. 1
JUNIOR Sept. 22 Sept. 27
SAN JOSE Sept. 39 Oct. 4
METAPAN Oct. 6 Oct. 11
HEREDIA Oct. 13 Oct. 18
IJMON Oct. 20 Oct. 25
METAPAN Oct. 27 Not. 1
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
CRISTOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
TEXITA Eyery (15) Days
Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
SrECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Franrlnco andor Seattle and Return ..$400.00
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA.2-2904
FOR SALE: Frigidaira electrie
tova, China closet, 3 youths
desks ate. Vallarino, Calk 6a.
FOR SALE: Westinghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, new unit $50; G.l.
electric fan $10; 6 bamboo
blinds 14 x6 ) $9; table model
radio $8. Phone Monday trough
Friday, Balboa 2553. Evenings
Saturday and Sunday, Balboa
FOR SALE: Refrigerator G.I.,
good condition $75.00. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany bedroom set, single bad,
chest of drawer! dresser, night
stand 10 mos., old excellent
condition. 3-3125 Margarita.
FOR SALE Westinghouse refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, 12 cu. ft., all porcelain
box, first class condition. $50.
Balboa 1634, 627 Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: One solid maho mahogany
gany mahogany buffet, one gas water heat heater,
er, heater, one cot and mattress for
maid's room. Tel. 3-6784.
FOR SALE: Frigidaira alactria
ttova porcelain, bargain $50.00.
Vallarino 3-3377, Calle 6a. Golf
FOR SALE: Washing machine,
automatic, excellent condition.
$80.00, phone Amador 5243.
FOR SALE: Radio phonograph
console $40.00, bunk beds with
1 sat springs and mattress $25.
234-A, Gatun 5-320.
FOR SALE: Two sets twin bed
mattresses and box spring.
$100.00, curtains. 3-7810.
FOR SALE: Dining aat, home home-bar,
bar, home-bar, desk, refrigerator. Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, E d I f i c I a Monterrey,
apartment No. 2, Tel. 3-7611.
WANTED: Bilingual first class
telephone operator. Ability more
Important and experience, call
Personal Director, El Panama
Hilton. Tel. 3-1660.
SECRETARY, bi-lingual, good
shorthand-typist required by
large international company. Ap Apply
ply Apply in own hand writing to Bo
"S" 134 this paper.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
This Year At JC
Junior College wiH probably
have the best pair of guards on
the Isthmus this year in Jack WU WU-loughbv
loughbv WU-loughbv and George Trimble both
of whom are returning J.t. let
Although weight 1 not the most
important factor in football, the
one-hundred and ninety pounds
carried by these two senuneis
will not be a J.C. liability. George
will also be available for play at
fnUhark should the need arise and
Jack is capable of sliding over to
the tackle pot wnen neeaea.
Ben Thomas and Bill Kirkland
have made it clear that they want
one of the starting guard positions
and the possibility exists that
they will take over if either of
the bigger boy leti down.
FOR SALE: Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at tive-aVay prices by rha
truckloadt. Call 2-2641.
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 Wast. Phone 2-2656.
FOR SALE: Brand-new Admiral
air conditioner. I -ton 220 volt.
Still in crate. Will fell for U.S.
wholesale price. Phone 2-6384.
FOR SALE: Like new, ladiee
fall-winter coat navy blue. Girl's
navy pea coat, vise 9-10. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Call 2-1713, 1:00 p.m. to
FOR SALE I Small maternity
shop in Avenida Justo Aroseme Aroseme-na,
na, Aroseme-na, across from Royal Crown at
vary reasonable price. Inquire
"Stork", Tel. 3-6740.
FOR SALE: Michelin tirea pure
rubber for European cars. 12,
13 14 and 15 inch. All stsoc
for American can also.
MOTORES NACIONALIS, S.A.
National Motors, Inc. Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: Speed lift with A
hp. electric motor 115230
volts, 60 cycle, suitable for
hoisting cased goods or gravel.
First class condition. Please ap apply
ply apply to Destiladora Nacional, S A.
Price $500 00.
FOR SALE: Garrad R C. 80,
$10.00; 40 reel Ted Williams
pole $12.00; (pinning rig,
$10.00; small pole and reel,
$5.00; 2 tackle boxes, $5.00;
large set trains, $40.00; child
Spauldfing golf clubs, $20.00;
Intercom 3 unit $5 00; power
supply radio $5 00; Delta band
taw, $50.00. Tel. Balboa 2 2-1569.
1569. 2-1569. FOR SALE: Kodak Medalist 11
Camera. Like new. Good condi condition.
tion. condition. Call 2-2951, 4 p.m. or
4-0687, 9 a.m.
FOR SALE: Bedroom set, beds,
vanity, small table, mattress and
spring. $175.00. Lot in Jardin
de Pac, Heart's design, San An Antonio
tonio Antonio section, $300.00. Tel.
4-0294, after 7 p.m.
FOR SALE: Movie camera 8
m m. Revere Turret Lenses 2 5,
1.9, 14. Balboa 2-3091, $70..
o m e
WANTED : Maid for general
housework and some cooking,
apeeks English, age 20 to 35.
Call between 8 and I p.m., 1 1-6722
6722 1-6722 or 1-5992.
Queen To Reign
At Gala Festival
Th crowning feature of the pre present
sent present queen contest being sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by the organizations of St.
Christopher's Episcopal Church
will be a gala coronation festival
and Halloween ball "to be held at
th Casino Vina del Mar on Fri
day, Oct. 16.
Featuring Willie Moro and his
orchestra, the evening's festivities
will commence at 8 and close
at 4 a.m. The commitee in charge
has announced that a door prize
will be awarded to the person
wearing the most original cos
The final count of votes will
be held at St. Christopher's Church
on Friday, Oct. 2, beginning at 8
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR
Sailing: SEPTEMBER 18th
(All cabins with private bath)
C. B. Fcnton & Co., Inc. C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc.
Fenton Building, Cristobal Terminal Building, Balboa
Tel.: Cristobal 1781 Tel.: Balboa 1065
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS FOR
Sailing: SEPTEMBER 19th
(All cabins with private bath)
C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc. C. B. Fenton & Co., Inc.
Fenton Buildlne, Cristobal Terminal Bulldinjr, Balboa
Tel.: Cristobal 17S1 Tel.: Balboa 1065
FOR SALE) Lata 500 and 1X00 -meters,
ia the Nswve Hipedromo
Urbanlxatio acre the Rente
Racetrack. All lata with atreet
fronts, aewaeje, water aaaia and
electricity. CaH W. McBaroert.
FOR SALE: 4Vi hectares in
Cerre Aiul at lake 2 small Bid s,
deep well, large light plant.
Small stream runs thru property.
One of the most scenic and de desirable
sirable desirable location In Carre Axul.
House 1579-A, Balboa, phone
Balboa 2 3133.
FOR SALE: New chalet in
modem residential area. Phone
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better aervlce. Prion
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivo-li
li Tivo-li Avenue.
Protect your home and proper property
ty property against Insect iimii.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 oi Colon 1777,
ALLIED UPHOLSTERY SHOP
We specialise m Furniture,
Drapes, ttipeovers and car
Our vast experience make every
fob guaranteed, neatness and
Transport Batr, S.A. next to
Telephone 2-4586. Panami. R. P.
TELEVISION SERVICE. If you've
got trouble. We're on the double.
U. S. TELEVISION Phon 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 Panama. From 9 a.m. to
10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
Dies At Home
t!rnTr vintr v it barbadian
UlUftl V viabf
tailor who has been a resident
of Panama City for many years,
died at his home on Central
Avenue last night after a brief
Mr. King, a member oi oouri
Thn t Wallace. A.O.F.. is sur
vived by his wife, Odessa; sons,
Boyd and Alfonso; aaugmer.
Mrs. 8ilvia Fuente?, and several
erandehildren and other rela
Funeral arrangements nave
not been announced.
Tnifvn rTIPTI Princess Michi-
ko, wife of Crown Prince Akihito,
i pregnant, the imperial palace
announced wway. me -yeu-ui
nnmmnnprlnrn nrincess and Aki-
hito were married last April 10.
The announcement said an exam
ination last weeK msciosea ne
was four months pregnant.
HUNGARIAN GUARDS DEFECT
EISENSTADT, Austria (UPI) -Austria
toHav was considering a
request for political asylum from
two Hungarian ooroer somiers
who fled their Communist-dominated
homeland yesterday. Austiran
police identified the refugees as
Sitvan Loerencz and Joseph San San-dor
dor San-dor and said they crossed into Aus Austria
tria Austria near Nikitisch.
By SAM SHULSKY
King Faaturat Syndicate,
235 1 45 St., Now York
O. I am 24. earning n pnnri sala
ry, single. Have been investing
thrugh investment clubs and in individually.
dividually. individually. Boucrht CM Snerrv.
Rand, Amerada, Am. National
insurance, Canada Dry For spe
culation i Dougnt zu urmsn in industries
dustries industries at $15, sold 10 at 31 and
the remainder at 10. Tried inn
Sentry at 1 3-8 and 20 Anken
Chemical at 21 3-4 for a short
nae. Have order to sell at 26 3-4
and will then matrh rwnfit nn that
with loss in Sentry. Would like
A- This is an interesting letter,
with enough material in it to
write a bonk.
Let's start right off by granting
uiai anv sine f zi-vpar.nM ki
perfect right to speculate. If he
van yi, wno can; 7
But m fflanro at H nrimin
ShOWS that his anliri miroho.o.
have paid off -while his "short
nae stuff has amounted to ve very
ry very little. He made 15 points on 10
shares of a lnur.rrisr1 ennl
lost five points on another JO.
iw, aner commissions about
me price of a hot lunch.
He bought another speculative
situation for a "short ride," hop
ing ior a prom witn which to cov
er a loss on third r4nllo
""I """SSI 0I.VA.A,
He may get that profit or he may
not. As of the moment he has a
loss. And that sell order at six
points higher is, of course, now
merely a hnna t ti-mi .j4. .l..
the total of all this has not been
u .,11 But ray question it:
what's the point
Minneapolis Honeywell, Canada
nave an anown him solid
substantial profits. Furthermore
He Can be aura thait u
, mm'v uicao will-
panies will still be around when
he s 34 54, 74-and, most prob probably,
ably, probably, doing well enough then to
keep hira in step with the econo economy.
my. economy. If ha wnnt in
for gambling, why doesn't he take
ttiat out to the race track and
ge-.L?. evening's entertainment
with it. If he loses, he'll know it
that night. If he wins, he'll have
the money in hand. In any event,
there will be nothing-there to dis disturb,
turb, disturb, his next day's, work where,
most likely, to is building his fu-
HOLLYWOOD (UPI)-The home
of actress Anna Maria Alberghet Alberghet-ti
ti Alberghet-ti was ransacked and looted of
$5,000 worth nf iuuln :
Saturday night or early Sunday,
puuc reponea. miss Afberghetti,
was at a party with songwriter
Jimmy McHugh when the bur-
Kiai iook piace.
Bring your car in now
for a complete cheek cheek-up
up cheek-up and pay abso absolutely
lutely absolutely nothing.
Our expert mechanics,
trained in Ford plants, will
thoroughly check your car,
no matter what the make
or model, and let you know
what adjustments are nec necessary
essary necessary for top car perform performance.
ance. performance. They will also give you
a FREE estimate of any
and all repairs.
ALL REPAIR WORK
We're ready o serve you
and help solve your parti,
cular automobile problem.
: '- ,;' a v
Bring your car in Today
Tds. 2-0625 2-062o
Today's Opening f
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Amer Tel and Tel
Cerro de Pasco
Chicago Great West
Cons Electro Pfnamfcf
Crown Cork and Seal
Cuban Veneiuelan Oil
1 Paso Natura.1 Cas
New Eng. Tel and Tel
Royal Dutch BfoeH
. Signal Oil and fiat
Standard Oil JfJ
Texas tJUlf PrW
United i Cane Oil
Field & Stream
By JOE STETSON
Kabies and mad dog scares eta
A rabid dog is a pretty rare
tning today. By proper preventive
measures we can keep the inci.
dence Jow.-. even eliminate hydro hydro-phtfbia
phtfbia hydro-phtfbia completely s has been
done In England
There are, however, precaution:
which should be observed when whenever
ever whenever a to bite of any kmd occurs.
Puppies, break skin with their
sharp little teeth. Minor dog biter
are quite common. There is ml?
one chance in a million that thev
offending dog is In t condition t
Abrasions or wounds should be
cleansed and treated in accord
ance with the nature of the bite,
but any, fear that rabies might re re-suit
suit re-suit is absolutely unfounded just Be Belong
long Belong as the offending dog is alive
Only- when a dog is in the ad.
yanced stages of rabies can the in.
fechon be transmitted through the
saliva of a dog. Therefore, any dosj
capable of transmitting rabies will
die within a few hours after the
time when it is able to transmit
Our own and neighborhood dogs
can be observed, and, as long as
they are in good health w need
notconcern ourselves about hydro
phobia. It is the strange dog which
must be taken into special consid consideration.
eration. consideration. Authorities make special
demands when a dog has bitten
someone. Usually the dog is placed
in some sort of custody for a few
days just t,o make sure that i re remains
mains remains in good health and ear
constitute no special menace.
A series of preventive inocula inoculationslong
tionslong inoculationslong known as the Pasteur
treatment is administered when whenever
ever whenever one is bitten byi a rabid ani animal!
This series is expensive and
painful and the anxiety is certainly
n.- jm THOUSANDS
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1959
TNI ITORY OP MARTHA WAYNI
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NETVSPAPEB
Vic Cuts Loos
BY WILSON SCRUGGS j TERRY AND THE PIRATES
f CE01CK 1TVNDXS
MV A6ENTS KEEP ME THOROUGHLY 3
MY 5HIP5 ENTER MANY
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VIC AMD I HAD A FI6HT, M?S.WAVWE-
I'M VIC LE16H, THE tKXXXtS BEST
JRlEFEt? MR. FOUY. ONE NEVER KNOWS
AGENTS IN ISTANBUL TTTEW'TEP TO ELIMINATE THREE
ABOUT 66TT1WS MARRIED. THAT'S
HOW TRUE, MR. SAFFRON.' ) MR. FOLLY, I MUST
WHAT Off ITEM MkSHT PROVE TO BE
AMFRCANS -AN7 LOST THEM NEAR WHERE TVH i
penuRY uuv uc ccnuten ivcct uajcvi mtmi aw
SOMEBODY" AUYTHINS ATAU,RBM
WE. AH. SU5INES5MEN t? KNOW WHAT THE k
YACHT WAS BERTHS? i SC
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MATICH THESE PWS. 15.
I'D FEEL BSTTK
WELL, AS IF HE HAD
JUST LOST ,
End of the Lint
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UR BOARDING HOUSB
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(M6 T) ONElS SIM6IN6
IDOL WHILE AT THE SAME
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But I DARESAY ITS
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BY V. T. HAMLift
YEAH.AN' WHEN I
SET TH' JOB DONE,
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ABOUT IT, WHY ( WHY?
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theoroup 15 told they
will be in deep sleep
at the count of three!
THEN A SLOW a?UUT, AND.
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HVPNOTIC SLEEP! WU CAN'T
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Reported From Peiping; War Hero Out
TOKYO, Sept. 17 (UPI) Radio Peiping announced today the firing of Communist
Chinese Defense Minister Marshal Peng Teh. huai, the man who led the Red Chinese "vol "volunteers"
unteers" "volunteers" across the Yau River into Korea against Gen. Douglas MacArthur nine years
In a wide-ranging shakeup of the Communist Chinese military forces, changes in the
jobs of Chief of the General Staff of the People's Liberation Army and the Minister of
Public Security also were announced.
The reshuffle in the top military posts suggested the possibility that a new military
adventure may be in the offing.
V1ENT1ANA. Laos, Sept. 17
(UPI ) Royal government troops
using Communist style jungle
warfare tactics have recaptured
n important outpost in the north north-east
east north-east Samneua Province. Laotian
Armv Chief of Staff Gen. Ouane
Rath'ikone said today.
Ouane said communist troops
recaptured the village of Sam
Nua Tuesday but his soldiers took
it hack again yesterday after one
of the bitterest battles to date in
the present fighting.
The Communists, who had been
poised near Sam Nua two weeks
ago, first attacked Ihe village Sat
urday, capturing it within a few
But the Roval Laotian Army re re-occupied
occupied re-occupied the village Sunday, he
After scattered skirmishes Mon Monday
day Monday the general said the Reds
asaulted the post at 5 a.m. Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and the government forces
finally evacuated it at 11 p.m.
But yesterday. Ouane said, his
troops again stormed the enemy
positions and grabbed control ot
r i'We won't give it up again,
Earlier, acting Foreign Minister
Sisouk Nachampassak said the
Laolian Government will turn ov over
er over six Viet Namese prisoners for
questioning by the United Na Nations
tions Nations fact-finding mission to back
up its charge of aggression from
communist North Viet Nam.
Plans Are Changed
On Funeral Riles
For Mrs. Schmidt
A change in funeral plans was
announced today by the family of
Mrs. Josephine Anna Scnmidt, who
died Tuesday night at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital after a brief illness.
Rosary services winch were to
have been held Friday night have
been cancelled as have plans to
send the body to Austria for burial.
Instead, graveside funeral serv
ices and burial will take place at
10 a.m. tomorrow at Loro.ai cem cemetery.
etery. cemetery. Mrs. Schmidt was the wife of
Louis H. Schmidt, a retired em employe
ploye employe of the Army. They lived in
El Cangrejo, in Panama City.
She was born in Austria'and had
lived here for the past 20 years.
Between November ISM. and Sep September
tember September 1952. she was employed by
the Signal Section of USAKCAR1B
at Madden Wye.
HEDWOOP CITY. Calif. ( UPI)
A Doelic burglar who stole $196
from a roadside cafe and a re research
search research laboratory left the follow following
ing following note behind al each place:
"Rose are red. violets are blue;
money is sweet, and I lhank
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the M
hours end'nj a.m. today U
prepared hr the Meteornlorloal
and Hvirntraphic Branch of the
Panswi Canal Company:
TEMPf RATI RE:
Hijrh IS 3
Tow 71 74
Low 7 IS
(max. mphl 8-12 SH-11
RAIN (inches) .27 .30
(Inner harbors) II II
t -..4:29 a m
4:49 p.m 16.2 ft.
Red China Defense Chiefs.":
Ihe changes were announced
without comment at the end cf
a lengthy report on pardons
"for a number of war crimi criminals,
nals, criminals, counter-revolut i o n a r y
criminals and common crimi criminals
nals criminals who have really changed
their ways and behaved well."
The amnesty was declared in
observance of the 10th anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the founding of Com Communist
munist Communist China on Oct. 1.
There was no mention of
American or other foreigners
jailed by the Reds, but it was
thought possible thev would
be covered by the pardon ex extended
tended extended to "counter-revolutionaries."
The broadcast said Peng had
New Psychology Courses
Planned By Jr. College
Two new courses not previous previously
ly previously given will be offered this year
by the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College Extehsion Division (evening
classes). Dean Roger C. Hackett
has announce. They are Introduc Introduction
tion Introduction to Psychology, a one-year
course, and the Teaching of Ex Exceptional
ceptional Exceptional Children, a one-semester
Each will meet on Mondays and
Thursdays at 7:30 p.m.. the form former
er former in one hour sessions the let letter
ter letter in hour-and a-half, with two
and three semester hours credit,
In the psychology course such to topics
pics topics as the historical develop development
ment development of the subject, dif f e r e n t
schools of psychology, perception,
intelligence, learning, the emo emotions,
tions, emotions, personality, and behavior
maladjustment will be consider considered.
ed. considered. The course will be largely
It is designed primarily for a a-dults
dults a-dults who wish to obtain an un understanding
derstanding understanding of the facts ans prin principles
ciples principles of mental life, not only for
Ihe better understanding to the
behavior of others, but also to
give them better insight into their
own mental processes.
The instructor will be Dr. Mary
A. Morrow, Clinical Psychologist
in the Division of Schools. Dr.
Morrow has previously taught
both graduate and undergraduate
courses psychology in the Univer University
sity University of Wisconsin Medical School,
Washington University Medical
School, and' Ohio State Universi-
By Squatter Shacks
In Historic Ruins
A committee for the restora restoration
tion restoration of the ruins of Old Pan Panama
ama Panama today reported finding two
squatter shanties, one of them
built witn concrete block,, a a-mong
mong a-mong the ruins A the old Pan Panama
ama Panama City.
In addition, the committee
said It found the wreckage of
two shanlies wiiich had been
dest roved by the National
Guard which had been put up
almost overnight, among the
The committee plans to seek
an Interview wi'.h President de
la. Guarc'.ia to determine what
action to take against the own owners
ers owners ol the .shanties.
According to the committee
it has been receiving repo.ts
that ruins ol some historical
value are bein destroyed by
Cargoliners Now Airborne Assembly Lines
NEW YORK, Sept. 17 (UPI) -Airplanes
are becoming a Imk in
the nation's industrial system.
They are being used as part of
the assembly line and as flying
warehouses, carrying Imislied pro
duels directly lo dealers in ship shipping
ping shipping containers loaded at he
ends of production lines.
Cargo pods filled at factories
can be attached the bellies of
some airliners, eliminating com completely
pletely completely the middle men in ship shipping.
ping. shipping. Since World War II. air freight
traffic has increased sharply. But
airline officials say the sharpest
increase is yet to come, with the
une of jet freighters, cargo holds
on jet passenger planes and the
conversion of some propeller propeller-driven
driven propeller-driven sky giants to flying mov moving
ing moving vans.
Industrie that now mainlain
their own fleets of executive air air-ciafl
ciafl air-ciafl for transporting company
officials are looking inlo Ihe p
sihility of buying their own cargo
planes as well.
been "relieved" of his post as
Defense Minister and replaced
by Marshal Lin Piao, whose
troops were the first to cross
the Yalu in 1950 against American-led
United Nations forces
in the Korean War. Lin is con considered
sidered considered Red China's top military
Lo Jui-ching, long the hatch hatchet
et hatchet man of the Communist -e-
eime was relieved as Minister
of Public Security and named
Chief of the General Staff.
He replaced Huang Ke-cheng,
who became Chief of the Gen
eral Staff only last October
during the height of the crisis
over the offsnore islands oi
Matsu and Quemoy in the For Formosa
mosa Formosa Strait.
The course in the Teaching of
Exceptional Children is designed
primarily for Canal Zone teachers
and others who may wish to pre
pare themselves for service in
this important and growing area
in education, and for parents of
The course will deal with the
nature of the problems with
which schools and communities
are confronted in connection with
the education of exceptional chil children
dren children and study the procedures and
special services which have been
found effective in meeting the
needs of exceptional children
within a school system.
Emphasis will be placed on the
partially sighted, physically
handicapped, deaf and hard of
hearing, mentally subnormal, so socially
cially socially maladjusted, and the gift
James M. Wolf, Director of Spe
cial Education in the Division of
Schools, will be the instructor in
the Exceptional Children course.
He received his education at the
Illinois State Normal University,
the University of Illinois, and the
University of Denver.
Before coming to the Canal
Zone in 1957 he taught in the pub pub-lie
lie pub-lie schools of Illinois and in Ill
inois Stale Normal University, and
did field work and case work n
the area of handicapped children
for Illinois' Wesleyan Universtiy
and the Illinois Department of
Fr. Perez Herrera
Objects To Ban
On Clerqy In Govt.
Panamanian Catholic priest
Father Carlos Perez Herrera to
day branded the constitutional
precept which bars members of
the clergy from being elected
to public office as "totalitarian"
Father Perez made the state statement
ment statement over a local radio program
yesterday adding that he had
registered for the Social Chris Christian
tian Christian Partv as a Panamanian
citizen not as a priest.
PROPOSES PEACE SHIP
MOSCOW (UPD- Rep. Victor
Anfuso, D N. Y.) has pro
posed thai the United Slates and
Russia together build a "world
peace ship thai would tly men
to the moon. Anfuso, now visiting
Moscow, said he would make the
proposal in a meeting with space
scientist Leonid Sedov, a member
of the Soviet Acidemy of Sciences
and president of the International
Federation of Astronautics.
Pan American World Airways
has set up a system with Aero
Mayflower, a nationwide moving
company, and American Express,
for loading household goods into
huge containers, trucking them lo
airports, loading I lie ni on cargo
planes and flying them almost
anywhere in the world.
American Air I in n regard regarded
ed regarded as a link in the production
line of a Boston optical compa company.
ny. company. Eyeglasses, frames and other
products are boxed at the plant,
taken to Logan airport and put
on planes that distribute them a
cross the country.
A Chicago wallpaper retailer
has eliminated the need for a
high cost inventory by keeping
only a sample book on hand.
When a customer decides whal
he wants, Ihe retailer gels in
touch with Ihe Hoslnn manufac
turer who rushes the paper to
Chicago by airplane
Gloves cut in plants near Boa-
USEFUL WORK Senior Capt. Eskil Roos, of the Salvation
Army in the Canal Zone, instructs a blind student in weaving
furniture seats. The handicraft program is one of the ways the
blind arp rehabilitated and made self supporting again. When
finished the furniture is sold to the public. (Official USAF Photo)
Salvation Army Engages In Social
Relief Regardless Of Color, Creed
The Salvation Army, for the
last 53 years on the Isthmus, has
been actively engaged in social
relief to the needy irrespective of
color, race, or creed, and is one
of 20 participants in the Canal
Zone United Fund.
The international religious ar army,"
my," army," through the support of the
United Fund, in recent years has
expanded its program of help to
countless individuals and famili-
ties offering them assistance with
food, ciothing, and money. At pre present
sent present three soup kitchens are in
operation in Panama and serve a
monthly average of 5000 meals
three days a week to children and
Night shelters for men and
women in Colon provide sleeping
spiritual program designed to at-
facilities for more than 5000 home
Help for the blind of Panama
is provided with weekly classes
in reading Braille material, do
ing useful handicraft jobs and
other activities aimed at return
ing individuals to a useful post
tion in the community.
Future plane for the blind
school include completion of
construction on a permanent
home in the Rio Abaje are.
The construction on perma permanent
nent permanent home in the Rio Abtjo a a-rea.
rea. a-rea. The building will provide
a place of worship, a youth
center and kindergarten as well
Steel Firms Reject
Ike's Oiler To Name
NEW YORK, Sept. IT (UPI)
The steel industry has rejected
an offer by President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower to name a fact-finding board
in the 65-day-old steel strike and
hinted that it would not object lo
his use of the Taft-Hartley Law.
R. Conrad Cooper, the 12 maj major
or major companies' chief negotiator,
announced the industry's ejec ejection
tion ejection last, night a i few hours after
it was revealed that the United
Steelworkers Union supported the
President's suggestion aimed at
settling the strike.
"The companies have not ask asked
ed asked for any form of government
intervention and will not request
appointment of a fact finding
board," Cooper said.
He pointed out tha the com companies
panies companies have not sought use of the
Tail -Hartley Act, either, but add added:
ed: added: He pointed out that the com com-"If
"If com-"If the strike called by the u u-nion
nion u-nion is now assuming the poten potential
tial potential of harm to the nation in ad addition
dition addition to the serious harm alrea already
dy already inflicted upon the companies
and their employes it was' for
such a situation that Congress
prescribed the Taft-Hartley pro
cedures 12 years ago."
ton are flown to Puerto Rico for
Produce farmers in California's
San Joaquin Valley by pass big
city markels by having their
quality strawberries, asparagus,
peaches and other crops flown a
cross the country for consumption
the day after they are picked.
A pen manufacturer makes
parts in California and Illinois
and flies them by Pan American
to Puerto Rico for assembly.
The pens are packaged in dis display
play display boxes and flown to distri distribution
bution distribution points.
Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker,
chairman of the board of Eastern
Airlines, is convinced that cargo
operations are the greatest un untapped
tapped untapped area for potential airline
Eventually, he says, the trans transport
port transport of cargo will be more Impor Important
tant Important and greater in volume than
the carriage of passengers. That
is what happened on the rail
roads.. he said, and it will hap happen
pen happen on airlines.
Eastern is olannina to convert
RECREATION BOARD OUT, BUT
as a place of training for the
The fight against deliquency by
the Salvation Army is carried on
at various youth centers in the
Canal Zone, Panama, Colon and
Rainbow City. Character building,
educational and guidance classes
for young people at Paraiso have
become increasingly popular at
the youth center. More athletic
equipment for healthful recreation
is planned for the near future to
augment the centers mental and
spiritual program designed to at attract
tract attract the younger set.
At Christmas time each year
food baskets are given to the nee needy
dy needy families in Panama and the
Zone. Last year 530 food baskets
were distributed plus 3000 free
Christmas dinners to individuals
United Fund officials urge that
people avoid designatng specific
amounts of money to a particul
ar agency in the drive. Money
given to tme united Fund unde
signated allows each agency to
receive a share accordine to their
needs. The total oal is $127,000
ror this year.
Same Old Greeting,
OAKLAND, Calif. (UPI)-Offi-
cer Leroy Pelley, 35, has been
suspended from the police force
lor 20 days for walking into De Deputy
puty Deputy Sheriff Robert Hendershot's
house and kissing the deputy's
Chief Edward Toothman said
the punishment might have been
more severe, but there were these
facts to support Pelley's claim
that it was all an accident:
1. Pelley's house is in the same
neighborhood as Hendershot's
t. ine nouses are the same
model and color.
3. A youngster the same age as
Pelley's son greeted him with,
"Hi! Dad!" as he came in.
Pelley admitted he had stopped
tor a tew drinks before the mci
dent, but maintained that he
thought he was home.
"But when I kissed the woman
she said, "Who are you,'?' he
A lot of folks get ofl their clean cleaning
ing cleaning don ot the race track, oeue
Hung With Pods, Speed packs
several of its large propeller propeller-driven
driven propeller-driven planes to all-cargo service
as soon as its jet fleet is well un under
der under way. Meanwhile, it is using
canoe shaped containers fastened
to the bottoms of Constellations.
Each of these "speedpaks"
carries 1,200 pounds of cargo
and has wheels on which it can
be rolled away three minutes
after a plana pulls to a halt.
United Airlines operates seven
pressurized DC-6A cargoliners and
is starting to carry 24,000 pounds
of cargo on each of its new DC-S
American Airlines, which flew
two million ton-miles in its first
year of cargo flights in 1944, ex expects
pects expects to break 100 million ton ton-miles
miles ton-miles easily this year with the
help of a new fleet of converted
DC 7 passenger planes and its
net Jet passenger planes.
Pan American reports that in
10 years, ii more than tripled
cargo ton miles, passing the 130
million mark in 1958. Shipments
last year included household
Valley F. Bright, president of
the Summer Recreation Board
for the U.S. communities in the
Canal Zone, announced last night
mat me board has decided to dis dissolve
solve dissolve effective Sept. 30.
This decision eliminates the
Summer Recreation Board from
being a participating agency in
the forthcoming United fund
drive. A statement issued by the
board said experience shows that
the majority of communities can
support their own summer recrea
tion program, especially with the
help given by the Schools Divi Division,
sion, Division, without requesting donations
from the United Fund.
Almost 4,000 children were reg-j
istered for the 1959 summer re recreation
creation recreation program, the board said.
The only U.S. communities not
participating were Gatun, Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, and Margarita.
A total of $5,420 was allocat allocated
ed allocated to the program from the U U-nited
nited U-nited Fund. This money was
pro-rated among the registrants
at $1.35 per child. 1
Additional funds were provided
by the parents in the form of
registration fees and from the re recreation
creation recreation funds of the communi communities.
ties. communities. Among the various activities
and events organized and con-;
ducted by these communities were
fishing, bridge, roller skating,
arts and crafts, archery, movies.
draatics, singing, dancing, bowl bowling,
ing, bowling, golf, swimming, shooting,
sewing, boxing, gymnastics, and
miscellaneous parties and picnics.
The teen-age group at Fort A A-mador,
mador, A-mador, which presented a play,
"Suds in Your Eye," to capacity
audiences for three nights, and
the Soap-Box Derby at Albrook
Tito Arias, Margot
Fly From London
Booked For Athens
LONDON, Sept. 17 (UPI)-Form-er
Panamanian Ambassador to
London Dr. Roberto Arias and
his wife ballerina Margot Fonteyn
quietly slipped out of London to
day aboard a viscouni oouno mi
Their British European Airlines
flight was airborne at 7:55 a.m.
Shipping millionaire Aristotle
Onassis is presently aboard his
vacht "Christina" 10 miles south
of Athens. Arias has business con connections
nections connections with Onassis. But he did
not reveal the purpose of his trip.
Dame Margot was wearing an
olive green dress. She quietly
read a masazine in a corner of
the airport lounge until the flight
was called. She and her husband
boarded almost completely unno
ticed by other passengers.
Arias recently returned from
Latin America where he was al
leeecKv involved in an abortive
attempt to overthrow the Pana
USIS Has Display
Of Books Planned
For Las Tablas
In cooperation with Panamanian
officials, the United States Infor
mation Service is participating in
an observance of Book Week at
Las Tablas. and also with its
mobile unit showing films in va
rious other communities in the.
Provinces of Herrera and Los San
On Monday, enroute to Herre Herrera,
ra, Herrera, Byron Bolt of USIS will show
films in La Sonadora not far
from Penonome. On Sept. 22, 23
and 24, he will be showing films
in Las Tablas, where, at the re request
quest request of the Librarian, USIS will
also have an exhibit in keeping
with Book Week.
The rest of Bolt's schedule for
film showings will be: Sept. 25,
Pocri; 26, La Laguna; 27, El Pa Paraiso;
raiso; Paraiso; 28, Pedasi, and 29, El Ca Ca-no.
no. Ca-no. The films will deal with agri agriculture
culture agriculture public health, child care,
public works, education, mecha mechanical
nical mechanical arts and music.
goods, fresh foods, tropical fish
in water filled plastic bags, ba baby
by baby chicks, horses and even 19
Indian tepees for the Brussels
Some airlines are so busy han handling
dling handling cargo that their customers
reserve space for crates the way
they reserve seats for t h e m m-selves.
selves. m-selves. Pan American reports its big big-teat
teat big-teat single item so far was a
cotton gin weighing 45 tens. It
took eight airliners to fly It m
pieces to San Jose, Costa Rica.
Despite the fact that air freight
is growing rapidly, none of the
airlines expects to derail freight
Less than five per cent of all
freight moves by air, one airlina
official said, and no matter how
cheap air freight rates might be become,
come, become, trucks and trains still could
"One railroad alone moves 13
lo 20 trains a day, each pulling
100 cars lo;led with coal," one
airline official said. "We would
never begin to Ao that."
Recreation Board Decide!
Effective September 3C
. u v i ft
ARTS AND CRAFTS was one
this year's summer recreation
were cited as typical examples of
th type of organized recreation
that the board sponsored.
The board also sponsored the
annual Canal Zone anniversary
invitational swim meet which was
held at Fort Gulick on Aug. 15.
In closing out its activities, the
board urged everybody to support
the 1959 appeal of the United
Officials of the United Fund
have urged that people avoid de designating
signating designating specific amounts to par particular
ticular particular agencies of the Fund.
When each giver makes his en entire
tire entire contribution to the United
Defendants Who Dragged Scrap Metal
To Balboa Bus Stop Found Not Guilty
Two young Salvadoreans who
managed to drag more than
300 pounds of scrap metal to a
public bus stop in front of the
Balboa port captain's building
In broad daylight were acquit acquitted
ted acquitted In Balboa Magistrate s
Court today of charges of steal stealing
ing stealing scrap from a Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal salvage and storage area.
-Neither "Rene FederJco Perez.
23, or Salvador Humberto Ze-
peda, 20, has toeen in Panama
more than a rronth. Both told
Magistrate John E. Deming they
thought they were taking ihe
scrap, mostly opper valued at
i2 cents a pound, .from a dump
and intended selling it in Pan Panama
ama Panama to raise a little money.
Eariler 4'eiez had told an ar arresting
resting arresting poll'ienicn he suffered
from ulcers and was in need of
mone to pay lot an operation.
The scrap allegedly was from
4 large pile stored in a fenced
area between Diablo Road and
the Canal Bank, just beyond
Pier 20. At low tide the area Is
accessible' near the Canal. But
Perez and Zepeda insisted they
found the material in a par partially
tially partially dry drainage ditch which
Is near the storage area.
Originally the two men were
charged with grand larceny.
Conviction on the count could
For Six Months
Gross income from the oper operation
ation operation of the Panama Lottery
for the first hall of 1959 has
been reported as $13,450,000 by
the Statistical Bureau.
This figure was $206,000 over
the gross income of the first
semester of 1958.
The net income after pay payment
ment payment of prizes, commissions
and salaries was reported aj
CIT 1XTRA TIMI
WASH1NGTO N(UPI) Thou Thousands
sands Thousands of government wqrkers got
an extra 51 minutes for lunch,
all because of Soviet Prem Premier
ier Premier Niklta S. Khrushchev. When
11 was learned that the Russian
leader's plane would be late in
arriving, employes of the agencies
along the parade route were told
they could extend their lunch
1 i a i iL.
nrvaa, w ww.i-u vam hvchwuu,
of the many courses of feted by
Fund undesignated, It Is then pos possible
sible possible for funds to be distributed
to each agency according to Jti
If the overall total goal of $122, $122,-000
000 $122,-000 is reached, every agency will
get its full thare.
Undesignated gifts means lass
total' funds required for the Unit United
ed United Fund, according to Campaign
Chairman Philip L. Steers Jr., be because
cause because if some agencies get more
designated funds than their bud budget
get budget goals, it takes more collec collections
tions collections to meet the goals of other
have sent them to the peni penitentiary.
tentiary. penitentiary. But Assistant District
Attorney J. M. Thompson, Jr.,
this morning asked dismissal of
the felony charge and thy
were tried for a misdemeanor.
Deming noted the pair spent
some time in broad daylight
Saturday dragging three heavy
sacks to a well-frequented bus
stop. In such cases, he said, .the
law looks upon the "publicity
of the alleged act" as strongly
in favor of the defendant, and
not suggestive that an adtaal
crime has been committed.
With that, he found the men
Tropical Paint Co.
Makes Low Offers!
On $63,086 Jobs 5
A ; w
.Low offers totaling $63,086 wr
made by the Tropical Paint Com Companyon
panyon Companyon five of the six schedfjjfeii
included id the specifications ""for
interior and exterior painting 6X a
large number of Canal Zone qb$r qb$r-ters
ters qb$r-ters located on both sides ofth
Pacific Contractors Inc., anolSer
local paint contracting firm; rrfada
a low bid of $17,873 on the sixth
schedule jvhich specifies the inte interior,
rior, interior, an dexterior painting of qtrjr qtrjr-tert
tert qtrjr-tert in Rainbow City, Mindi, Camji
Bierd, and Mount Hope.
Bids on the extensive mainW
anc paint project were opened
yesterday afternoon at BattTpa
Heights by Lt. Col. R. D. Brown,
Engineering-and Construction di director.
rector. director. In addition to the Tropical P'alnl
Company and Pacific Contractors,
bids on the project were offeiid
by Servicio Brouwer, Guardia 4Xt)4
Company, S.A.; Anthony Lecsuwe,
and Bailey. Lewis and WilliaHs,
of Miami, Florida.
The work on which the TrcpSal
Paint Company made a low offtr
included painting of houses in 3& 3&-S2'
S2' 3&-S2' LB,,I)0" Heights, Dl aKJo
HelBhts. Lbs Rios, Gamboa, imd
The project 1 one of several
paint contracts totaling approji approji-mately
mately approji-mately $400,000 which are nowe nowe-lng
lng nowe-lng awarded for work in the Canal
Bids were opened n August on
paint work included in the. ftfst
quarter of the fiscal year and bid
on work included in the second
quarter wtl k opeaea fttpt. MA'
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