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The Panama American
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AN INDEPENDENT WUbm
DAILY NEWSPAPER
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Let the people know the truth and the country is safe1 Abraham Lincoln
34TH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959
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2 New livable CZ Houses
Open To Public On Tuesday
Two of the new La Boca houses, whose construction incor incorporates
porates incorporates some of the liability program features suggested by Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone residents, will be open for public inspection at 4 p.m.
next Tuesday, immediately after Gov. W. E. Potter participates
in a rlbbon-eutting ceremony and presents keys to the houses to
Pacific Civic Council president, Samuel Roe, Jr.
Open house will be held from 4 p.m. until "7 :30 p.m., and then
from Wednesday through Friday from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Both houses are cottage-type,
one a one-family two-bedroom
cottage and the other a three-bed-room
cottage, the latter featuring
7 Opposition
Parties Make
Campaign Pact
Leaders of seven Panama poli political
tical political parties seeking to establish
a united opposition front agreed
yesterday to put aside personal
ambitions and contribute in every
way towards defeating the Na National
tional National Patriotic Coalition (CPN)
in the 1960 elections,
' At a meeting held In a suite of
J the International Hotel, the Jead Jead-''
'' Jead-'' rs agreed to the formation of a
parliamentary bloc by the depu depu-3
3 depu-3 jes of their factions in the Na Na-ill
ill Na-ill Assembly to seek:
! Restoration- of ; the political
v tign. of -ex-PresicleBt-fSrArnulfo
( Arias.?; '
J. Conversion of the San Bias
: Islands into an electoral circuit a-
part from the Province of Colon.
i Highlight ef the meeting was
! tho agreement to seek a formu formu-I
I formu-I for going to the polls united
in the races for President and
! Assemblymen and In the distri distri-'
' distri-' bution ef cabinet potts in event
( of victory.
; Attending the meeting were the
headers of the Partido Liberal
Tercer Partido Nacionalista, Par Partido
tido Partido Republicano, Partido Dipal,
' Partido Progresista, Resistencia
Civil Liberal and Movimiento Li Li-beracion
beracion Li-beracion Nacional.
Ex-President Enrique Jimenez,
I who atced as chairman of the
. meeting, was empowered to set
! the date ef another meeting at
v which the seven groups may dis dis-!
! dis-! cuss the selection of the united
opposition's presidential eandi-
! date.
I
The discussion of possible
' presidential candidates was sug sug-!
! sug-! gested at yesterday's meeting,
' but it was deferred until all the
parties are duly registered as
. national parties. With the exeep exeep-i
i exeep-i tion of the Partido Liberal, all
Hie others are In the process ef
' registration.
nnrlnc the eourse of the meet
ing, various speakers pointed out
that the opposition should be pre prepared
pared prepared to make any sacrifice to
rain their objective of giving
Panama a better government
than it has had during the last
; ten years.
The gathering was also warned
i that despite efforts by the Nation-
al Electoral Tribunal to conduct
; Wfinn the government

' was ready to squander some $60,- J -000,000
of public funds in an effort J

to win the elections.
Taxis, Buses May
Increase In RP
City council sources yesterday
advanced the possibility of per persuing
suing persuing an increase in the number
of passoiiger carrying vehicle
In Tana ana City next year.
il being made to es es-mount
mount es-mount of Dupes and
taxis uV
r jp operation and to de de-wfigtker
wfigtker de-wfigtker an increase is
ter mine
justified.
It is Inmn at some 1200 tax t
arc in operation throughout the
city, but there is no definite fig figure
ure figure on U r number of buses.

Cuard To Search
For Stolen Autos
Panama City National Guard
units have instructions to search
for four vehicles which were sto stolen
len stolen from their owners four days
ago and have not been found,
Three of the vehicles are priv private
ate private cars, the fourth is a, commer commercial
cial commercial vehicle.
,. ....

I a modern folding door in one of

the bedrooms so that the occu-
pants may have a very large
room or, through use of the fold folding
ing folding door, two bedrooms. Larger
patios, carrying out suggestions
by residents are new' together
with wider doors leading to the
patios.
Tropical furniture for tropical
living is the theme featured in the
furnishings of the model homes.
The interior decorating in one
cottage was done by Miss Louise
Tate, of the Supply Division. Mrs.
Margaret Rennie of the Pacific
Civic Council contributed her
services in handling the interior
decoration of the second cottage.
Both have used furnishings avail available
able available from the Commissary Divi Division,
sion, Division, everything that makes up a
well-appointed house from air con conditioning
ditioning conditioning and stereophonic sound
to washing machines and dryers.
ew iignting effects have been
used, too, for the first time since
the conversion to 60 cycle.
Special landscaping work hat
been done" on the grounds to il illustrate
lustrate illustrate what, the houses could
yvK fin wmn occupants, nave

moved in. and sufficient .!i4Mt, JiwNA-"et mia?-fttf

t--, L -I. . Fr. f
" mtn iiQwaavte'perniir gar'
derrs to devalop. The landscap landscaping
ing landscaping was under the direction of
tn Grounds Branch. Flood Floodlights
lights Floodlights will bo trained on the two
now houses, and signs will bo
placed along the highway to di direct
rect direct the visitors.
Brochures, similar to those used
in States' housing projects, will be
available to the public The bro brochures
chures brochures will include a floor lay-out
showing the furnishings, and de descriptive
scriptive descriptive data showing room siz sizes,
es, sizes, window measurements, and
other features. Included will be a
layout projecting the future devel development
opment development of the La Boca area,
where about 110 units will be con constructed.
structed. constructed. Representatives of the Housing
Branch will be present to answer
questions and a Pacific Civic
Council representative will ac accept
cept accept suggestions concerning future
construction. An opinion poll will
be a feature of the open house',
with comments and views of the
public invited on the subject of
on-the-ground versus off-the-ground
construction.
Besides the two cottages where
open house is to be held, three
other sets of quarters are nearing
completion in the La Boca 'area
These include another one-family
house, similar ot the two open to
visitors, and two two-family
houses.

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GLOBETROTTER IN HARLEM -Russian Premier Mjlta Khrushchev, In his well-guarded motorcade, made a brief tour of Har Harlem
lem Harlem this morning. He wa en route to the airport tot his flight to Los Angelee.

World Statesmen Ponder
His Disarmament Project
EN ROUTE WITH KHRUSHCHEV, Sept. 19 (UPI) Nikita S.
Khrushchev flew today to the booming West Coast of America while
statesmen across the world pondered his proposal to scrap all arms and
weapons in the next four years.
Before ending his 45-hour visit to New York, he apologized for not
having "closer contacts" with the "working people" of the city. He thank thanked
ed thanked the "many millions" who "took up a friendly attitude."
The Soviet Premier left New York's Idlewild airport at 9:42 am en route to Los
Angeles, first stop on a six-day trans-America tour before he resumes Big Two talks
with President Eisenhower. He was due at Los Angeles at noon.
Khrushchev made total global disarmament the keynote of those talks when he
proposed before the United Nations General Assembly yesterday that in four years
"land armies, navies and air forces shall cease to exist' end "all nuclear weapons
shall be destroyed."
Was it a sincere proposal or a grandstand propaganda play? From the little
White House at Gettysburg, Pa., to chancellories across the world statesmen were ask asking
ing asking this question as Khrushchev flew to California.

Before taking off from New
York, Khrushchev said his vis visit
it visit to the United States is. "the
beginning of more contaitts.be contaitts.be-tweeh
tweeh contaitts.be-tweeh our countries and their
leaders to the good of our two
countries and to all who stand
for toeace t and mutual reopera reoperation?
tion? reoperation? H: was surrounded by civil
ian and military police lor. sev
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in
minutes
"Unfo-rtunately, tvt obvious
reasons; I did not have the
opportunity to eome in close
contact with the ordinary cit citizens
izens citizens of New York," Khrush
"I want to be understood cor correctly.
rectly. correctly. This was not because of
any activity of the authorities
in charge, but because of con conditions
ditions conditions prevailing here now.
"As an old worker, a miner,
I took special pleasure to be
amfciip the. wo.-king people in
this city. Thy working people
might ask why I had no meet meeting
ing meeting with them. For that reason
I want to explain.
"I was told that there are
some provocative elements here
who took a negative attitude to
our visit to this city.
"For that reason, I was told
that if I took the opportunity
to visit in working- class dis districts
tricts districts to establish closer con contacts
tacts contacts that I might be used
by some of these elements for
provocations. And I was told
it might cause difficulties for
security reasons.
"But it was very pleasant to
see the thousands and thou thousands
sands thousands who came out to meet
us, representatives of a differ different
ent different world, a socialist world."
Khrush c h e v thanked "all
those who have feelings of
sympathy for us and our way
of life.

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"T have the firm, impres
sion that the people Who took
an unfriendly attitude to our
visit were very few,. drop in
the sea."
Actually, veteran city officials
said the Khrushchev reception
was as cool as New York had
ever given a visiting chief of
state.
glUUf9 JJUUllCCU Wit Wlic
who cheered Khrushchev out-
side the United Nations af
ter his disarmament speech.
Two persons were arrested.
No other Incidents were re reported.
ported. reported. For the most part New
Yorkers who turned out to see
Khrushchev merely rea c t e d
with curiosity, not strong feel-,
tags.
In his airport statement this
morning Khrushchev referred
only briefly to his proposals
for abolishing arms and armies.
. "If these are aceptea it win
open up a new-era In relation relationships
ships relationships between countries. On be behalf
half behalf of my government, I wish
to say that Twill personally
make every effort to advance
the cause fo disarmament and
cause of peace throughout the
world," he said.
Khrushchev smiled at times
as he spoke and as he listened
to his words being interpreted
in English. At other times he
was somber. He said that he
had enjoyed his meetings with
"business leaders" ef the city.
"I had the pleasure of
meeting the businessmen of
the city and I must say that
I too in a way represent the
business world in my country
because as chairman of the
council of ministers I deal in
the business and economic
life of my country."
On his way to Idlewild air
port, Khrushchev was taken at

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his own request through the
crowded Negro and Puerto Ri Ri-can
can Ri-can tenement district of flar-
lem. The convoy moved swiftly
down crowaea streets.
Khrushchev smiled na dow-
ed and doffed- his hat to news
men, police and airport work workers
ers workers before boarding his jet.
Meanwhile US officials want want-ad
ad want-ad 'to know whether Ktirush-.
.theja&JUd -acept' full inspection
and control as ingredients of
his sweeping formula for total
world disarmament.
They frankly doubted a mix mixture
ture mixture aceptable to the Western
allies would be forthcoming.
President Eisenhower was
giving careful study to
Khrushchev's plan in the
quiet seclusion of his Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania farm. A copy of the
premier's United Nations
speech was sent to Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg a few hours after
Khrushchev called for total
disarmament by all nations
within four years.
Secretary of State Christian
A. Herter expressed the general
view of American officials and
nolitical leaders. He said in a
statement:
"Sneakine in general terms
I think I can say that the Unit United
ed United States will go as far on the
nath towards controlled ens
armament as any other coun
try.
"T stress the word 'controlled
because' up to now the previous
proposals have iounaered on
the Soviet government's refusal
to agree on effective control.'
Other US officials unoffi unofficially
cially unofficially viewed the Khrushchev
plan as little else but an at attractive
tractive attractive pie in the sky. But
they were willing to talk it
over with the Soviets to find
out how high in the sky it
really was.
These officials think the So

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INTERPRETATION AT DINNER Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev chats with United Nations
Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold, right, who hosted a dinner in Khrushchev's honor at
the United Nations delegates lounge last evening. Interpreter Sukhodrev is between them.

viet premier may have overdone
it in trying to gain a propa propaganda
ganda propaganda victory at the United
Nations.
They expressed confidence
that sober reflection would
cause most diplomats to look
on the Russian leader's disar disarmament
mament disarmament plan as unrealistic.
The Communist fiadef said that
land armies, navies "and ajr forc forces
es forces -would;' cease to ejiishod all
nuclear WeaponrwW6T!rid-be de destroyed
stroyed destroyed under his program which
would limit each nation to a po police
lice police force soely for internal con control.
trol. control. Horttr said Khrushchev's pro proposals
posals proposals required "very careful
consideration" although ther
wppearad to 'bo little ntw in
them.
Khrushchev's proposal came in
a 9'0 minute speech at the United
Nations in the midst of a busy
day that began with a 200-mile
round trip drive to Hyde Park
to lay a wreath on the grave nf
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
and tour the Roosevelt estate.
The Khrushchev party then re
turned to New York in time for
him to make his speech.
Afterward, th premier
made a 13-mila tour of Manhat Manhattan,
tan, Manhattan, visiting Wall Street and go going
ing going to the top of the 102-story
Empire Stat Buildinq.
Last night he was guest of hon honor
or honor at a United Nations dinner
given by secretary-general Dag
Hammarskjold.
Khrushchev put his proposal be before
fore before a packed session of the li linked
nked linked Nations Assembly.
It was the bombshell Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev had said he would reveal
during his 13-day visit to the li linked
nked linked States.
The grandiose and sweeping
plan for disarmament had one
snag the same one that has
caused the West to reject other
Communist disarmament propos proposals.
als. proposals. If was the absence of an ef effective
fective effective means of Inspecting and
controlling the disarmament.
"We were, and are. in favor nf
strict international control over
the implementation of a disarm disarmament
ament disarmament agreement, but always a a-ppinst
ppinst a-ppinst the system of control be be-inc
inc be-inc separated from disarma disarmament,"
ment," disarmament," Khrushchev acknowledged that
his massive plan for total dis disarmament
armament disarmament might not be ac accepted.
cepted. accepted. He proposed, in that case, stops
for partial disarmament.
Among them were:
1, Creation of a zone of conlrol
and inspection on the territories
of the countries of Western Ku-
rone.
2. Creation of an atom-free zone
in Central Europe.
3. Withdrawal of all foreign
troops from Europe.
4. Conclusion of a non aggres aggression
sion aggression pact between NATO and the
Warsaw Pact.
5. Agreement on prevention of
sunrise attack.
The appearance of the Com
munist leader at the iammed and
heavily-guarded U. N. headquart- j
ers marked the first time a Soviet j
head of government had ever ad ad-diessed
diessed ad-diessed th? world body.
His total disarmament proposal I
came near the end of his addri I
qtient.
"What does thp Soviet govern government
ment government propose?" he asked.
"The essence of our propesa
Is that over a period of four
years all states should effect
complete disarmament and
should no longer have anv
means el waging war.
"This means that land armies,
navies and air forces shall cease

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to exist, that general staffs and
war ministries shall be abolished,
that military schools shall close,
military bases on foreign terrko terrko-ries
ries terrko-ries shall be withdrawn.
"All nuclear weapons shall be
destroyed and fissionable material
used for peaceful purposes only.
'"Rockets shall be liquidated
and rocket facilities shall re re-sB5i
sB5i re-sB5i njy at mtMft of frawporf
jrW for oifter space.
"The nations shall retain only
limited contingents of -police and
militia to maintain internal order
and protect citizens.
"To insure that no one could
violate the agreement, we pro propose
pose propose an international control bo body
dy body with the participation of all
slates.
"There should be a system of
control over all disarmament
measures which should function
in conformity with the states of
disarmament.
"If disarmament is complete,
then on it's attainment control
shall be general and complete."
Khrushchev said the Soviet U U-nion
nion U-nion was realistic in politics.
"We understand that some time
will be required to work out such
a program," he said. "In the
meantime, I should not sit with
folded hands and wait."
Khrshchev told the world body
that he considered his proposals
vitally important on the t'burning
issues which trouble the people."
'"History knows of no other
international organization en
which people have pinned such
hopes," he said.
"Born in the lime when the
ruins of devastr towns and vil villages
lages villages were still smoking, the U U-nileri
nileri U-nileri Nations exoressed the as aspirations
pirations aspirations and proclaimed to be its
purpose to save generations from
the scourages of war."
But, Khrushchev added, 14 years
had elansed and thai purpose
still had not been achieved.
"The clouds of a new war dan danger
ger danger Inotn over q world which has
not forgotten the horrors of war,"
he said.
"The ension cannot continue
forever. It either will reach a
Ditch. ..or else by their ioint ef efforts
forts efforts states will abolish tension."
Khrushchev called for conclu conclusion
sion conclusion of a peace treaty with the
two Germanies. He called this
th potentially most dangerous
area of the world.
It was "into'erable," Khrush Khrushchev
chev Khrushchev said, that the Communist
Chinese government has been
"dpDrived for manv vears of its
lawful rights in Ihe United Na Nations.
tions. Nations. "Ii Is inconceivable that any anyone
one anyone could Ihink that a stable
solution can be ach'eved will out
the oartieipation of the reat
Peoples Republic of China whirh
is approaching a glorious 10th an anniversary."
niversary." anniversary." he said.
Khrushchev said that "sooner
or later" the island of Formosa,
now the site of the Chinese Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist government will be unit united
ed united with the whole of China.
"The sooner this is done, the
bett?r." he said.
The Chinese Nationalist dele delegates
gates delegates to the UN had boycotted
the sessions. Their desks In the
vast assembly hall were empty.
"We will invite you to our par parlor
lor parlor but not to our bedroom."
Khrushchev has said in the past.
This is how the Russian pre premier
mier premier feels at this time about com complete
plete complete disarmament and thQ thor thor-nlahgcin',
nlahgcin', thor-nlahgcin', insnections and con con-troh
troh con-troh demandpd bv the West.
He recently told Vice Presl
dent Richard M. Nixon, a group
of nine American governors who
visited Moscow this summer and
ther Americans that Soviet
suspicions will not be ellayed

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as long as US bases encircle
Russia.
The Kremlin's new nlan is nart.
ly predicated on the Soviet prem premise
ise premise that the balance of world pow
er nas shifted appreciabely from
West to East since the Russians"
broke America's atomic monopo monopoly,
ly, monopoly, resulting in a nuclear stale
mate.
fho-Soviet Union hat, absolute' :
rocket luaerisritv aver rl
nited States, which considerably
enhances his bargaining power
around the disarmament con conference
ference conference tables.
The rapid development of Soviet
military and economic power has
already enabled the Kremlin te
wrest concessions from previous
Western positions:
1. The agreement to separate
discussion of the ban of nuclear
tests from general disarmament
problem.
2. The Western acceptance of
the Soviet insist?rre on the nrin.
jciple of parity in the discusssion
oi nisarmament.
The Russians had argued that
the UN disarmament committee
was heavily weighted with West Western
ern Western powers which ultimately com compelled
pelled compelled the Soviet Union to boycott
it.
Khrushchev is in America on i
modest mission, by his own ad admission.
mission. admission. In his talks with the President, -he
hopes the proper atmosnhere
for future agreements will b
created.
He looks upon his meeting
with the President as Jhe firs
of a series of top-level talk in
which disarmament takes sec
ond place only to the German
problem.
While agreement on the cessa
tion of nuclear tests is Drobable,
the reduction of conventional ar armaments
maments armaments appears as remote at
ever.
The Russians claim to have uni unilaterally
laterally unilaterally reduced their armed
forces by nearly three million
men in the past few years.
Since the West has -not follow followed
ed followed suit, Khrushchev recently
said, the Soviet Union will un undertake
dertake undertake no further reductions.
The Western countries' havi
held out against any but self-en-forcinp
aereempnt
I The Russia of the Khrushchev
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ci a aim iuu sccuruy-minaea,
too suspicious to admit foolproof
international inspection of areas
of potential surprise attack.
Khrushchev narrowly missed
meelin? a princess yesterday.
The Communist boss" arrived at
the ancestral es'ate of the late
Franklin T). Ronssevelt only 90
mimiles after Princess Beatrix of
The Netherlands had departed..."
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Comments

High Test?

It you caarriaut a letter don't oe impatient if it deal n't appear the
alay. Lettera ara aualiihed in the order received.

'lease try to keep tine letter limited to ene papa lenfth.
Identity ef letter wnteri it held in ttricteit confidence.
Thi newipaper attemei rio reipoaiibility lor atattmenti er apiniem
ettprettcd ia letter! from reader.
THE MAIL BOX
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OF SCHOOLS AND INSTRUCTION
Sir:
"Paraiso Resident" (Mail Box Sept. 16) is so right when he puts
it on the line that the Paraiso kids have much to be thankful for
in that they are growing up in a clean well-policed community
where schools are good. A child who applies himself in the Paraiso
schools can come out certainly bi lingual, partly bi-cultural. Thus
he will have a chance at employment in almost any country of the
Western Hemisphere. If he feels limited in the Canal Zone or Pan Panama
ama Panama he can migrate to offer his talents in a better market. He can
come out with the tools to make himself a citizen of the world, if
he wants to.
On the comparison with schools in Costa Rica, Trinidad and
St. Lucia, I doubt very much that the physical plant of many schools
in those countries are up to those now in use or about to be built
in Paraiso.
But Costa Rica has always put a high value on education. This
has been going on for so many years that the whole country is lite literate.
rate. literate. That, aside from merely what one learns in the schoolroom,
gives Costa Rica an outstanding position in this area as a country
with an educated populace. It shows up there in good maners and
hundreds of other ways.
I have never been in cither Trinidad or St. Lucia, but from what
I hear the general level in both is below Panama, and I'm sure be below
low below the living standard of the Canal Zone. Instruction in English
there, since the good British system is used, is probably better than
in the Canal Zone. But I'll be surprised if the science, and technical
courses art as good, or those of ths second language, whatever it
may be.
Educator.

PARTY LINIS

Sir:
Ii has come to my attention that a rumor has been going the
rounds among the workers on the Canal Zone to the effect that Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian employes who join any other than the CPN One govern government's
ment's government's partv) will be considered communists.
Such a rumor cannot be true. The rumor may have been start started
ed started maliciously hy partisans of the CPN (the government's party)
with a view to frightening people into voting for the ( TN, but my
respect lnr. and confidence in, the administrative policy of the
Panama Canal suggest that it can be confidently affirmed that the
rumnr has no basis.
. It cannot be true that the authorities of the Canal Zone would
indulge in coercing Panamanian voters into voting for any parti particular
cular particular political party in Panama.
I decided to give special consideration to the alleged rumor, in
tills letter in view of the fact that several adherents of the Repub Republic
lic Republic i P.mIv have approached me on the subject for reassurance. If
I thought there was any merit to the rumor I would immediately
ask the leaders of the Republican Party to make an investigation,
but I do not think it is worth the time that It would take to investi investigate
gate investigate the seeming absurdity.
No reasonable person can believe that the Canal Zone authori authorities
ties authorities would condemn a person as being communist simply because
that person joins a political party other than the CPN.
As a member of the national directorate of the Republican Party
I hasten to assure my friend9 that I requested, and was given full
assurance by the founders of the Republican Party, that it is not
pro-communist, before I accepted membership. The policy of the
party up to now is predicated on a sense of due responsibility to its
adherents, individually and collectively, which means that the par party
ty party will always be mindful that it must keep itself free from involve involvement
ment involvement with communism.
Moreover, the principal organizers of the party are men with
business interests that cannot admit involvement with communism.
And it is to he doubted that the authorities of the Panama Canal
would undertake to condemn Panamanian employes of the Canal
Zone who join our party. The rumor should be ignored.
Andrei L. Lawton

WHO'S KHRUSHCHEV?

Sir:

Okay, so people in the Zone are not burning with interest in the
chief Russian Bear's ballyhooed vacation in the United States. I
guess not. And 1 speak authoritatively for three and a half people
(one on the way).
But you newspaper characters seem to forget that when you go
to work for Uncle Sam in foreign places, they make at least one
tying point clear: keep your nose out of politics, both stateside and
local varieties.
Okay, so you want your lush job you keep your mouth shut and
rlo as the man says. But pretty soon not orv do you keen your
mouth shut out of habit, but the old brain starts drying up in these
regions. Not even supposed to be for a US president, at least un until
til until he gets himself elected.
So eventually, why blame us fatbacks? Whatever interest
might have been there is long gone after a year or two in the far
lnds.
- In fact 1 would say the best proof of this is the State Depart Department.
ment. Department. Where else can vou find a more representative bunch of

people with no opinions on anything abroad except the price of

bi

lOoier

Gravy-Train Tern

POLICIES, PLEASE

Everybody seems to be cleaning up their best gloves in prepa preparation
ration preparation for skipping into the political arena next year. In most of
these contests, the contestants usually put on a big party in order
to gain supporters, and this jostle is no exception.
I am sure you will agree that with so many political parties it
poses a big problem to decide what color to wear and what tune
we should dance to. So 1 have decided to seek information from
the members of two parties who are seeking our support and asking
us to register as members.
' The two political parties to which I refer are: the Tcrcer Par Par-tido
tido Par-tido Narionalisla, of which David Constable is a prominent mem member,
ber, member, and the Partido Obrero (Labor Party) Campesino Indigenista
Democr;.tiro, represented A "Kellogg A. White of Panama City and
Joseph Mosely of Colon.
1 I am asking these three gentlemen to please give a proper un understanding
derstanding understanding of the aims of their parties in order that we may be
able to decide which one we should register for.
C. George McDonald

TOYS FOR KIDS IN HOSPITAL

Sir:

There are almost ninety children In the Children's ward of Da David's
vid's David's Obaldia Hospital. Many of them are very sick, and many are
jetting well rapidly. But when you walk in there the faces of all
are listless and bored. They have no games, nothing for those feel feeling
ing feeling better to do, than look at the other sick people around.
.- Some very kind group of Americans have painted a lovely mu mural
ral mural of Snow White on the wall making the room itself very cheery.
But they nied toys, any i .nd. old, new, for all ages. I wonder if
the Americans on the Canal Zone would come to their rescue with
a few toys?
And .1 have an empty fishbowl but no fish to put in it. The
IrpTse in charge says it would be an ideal pet for them to watch
and take care of. Would a collector be so kind as to provide some
fish for the bowl, with instructions? It is a very small one.
,v .If anyone is interested they can contact my grandfather, Crede
Calhoun, or call Mrs. Peggy Janson at 3-114, in Panama. 1 need
not pay what a wonderful thing those who help are doing. Every
Otie loves children of all lands.
m Brittmarlo J amen Padrttchl

By VICTOR RIESEL

N Y C. -If Gov. Nelson A. Rock Rockefeller
efeller Rockefeller is running for the presi presidency,
dency, presidency, he's the calmest candidate
this side of George Washington.
Last Monday morning he walked
into the mids; of powerful men
who are his political opponents
and who have spent th past week
denouncing his party. He disarm disarmed
ed disarmed then. H out-quipped them
including David Dubinsky, t h e
Noe! Coward of the needle trades.
Without meaning to. Rockefeller
turned !he revev.ing stand of
angry Labor Day Parade into a
siii, in .au ,i ,,iicn oe took the
good-natured jibes of some of A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's most influential Roose-veltian-New
Dealer type union
chiefs.

To a few of us caught in the
line of good-natured repartee, it
was apparent that the New York
Governor had the friendship of
these labor men and that they
would never really attack him in
their characteristic triphammer,
class jargoned fashion.
What happened on that jam jammed
med jammed reviewing tand answered
one queition: Would the union
chiefs turn their backs on the
New York Republican governor
because his national leader,
Dwight D. Eisenhower, had al almost
most almost personally pushed through
(and was about to sign) .the
toughest labor law in U.S. histo history?
ry? history? Rockefeller laughingly took the
initiative as the parade started.
There were two baby elephants in
line ahead of the hundreds of ban banners
ners banners and floats which denounced
Republican policy. The Governor
leaned forward to Dubinsky,
standing there in a sloganned
overseas parader s cap with a
needle workers's yardstick in hand.
"Now there's a fine set of sym symbols,"
bols," symbols," the Governor jested, point pointing
ing pointing to the Republican-type ele elephants.
phants. elephants. "That's nice of you to run
this parade for me, Where are the
donkeys?"
Then the 21 000 needle work workers'
ers' workers' contingent began to file past,
veterans of many a New Deal
campaign. This reporter remark remarked
ed remarked that they were the largest
group in the parade, coming from
the city's largest union. Dubinsky
sighed:
"But they didn t listen to me in
the last election, did they, Gov Governor?"
ernor?" Governor?" referring to the trounc trouncing
ing trouncing Rockefeller had given labor's
candidate. Averell Harriman, by
half a mi'lion votes in the New
York State gubernatorial race.
"Ah, but. Dave," said the
governor, "you did not talk ve very
ry very loudly."
Dubinsky laughed, net often
had anyone referred to the fact
that labor in New York had not
once really attacked Rockefeller
in last year's election. Obvious Obviously
ly Obviously in Nelson Rockefeller the Re Republican!
publican! Republican! have a national figure
who will not draw I a b o r's
wrath.
But he is not alone in the Re Republican
publican Republican leadership. There is
Vice Presiden: Dick Nixon. He has
his labor friends too. Out in the
mountain-top needle workers'
playground Unity House, Pa.
Dave McDonald, leader of the
striking steelworkers, late last
month loudly enough for reporters
to hear that he was all through
with the Democrats, and that he
was "sticking with my friend,
Dick Nixon."
There was still another friend
in court U.S. Labor Secretary
Jim Mitchell. Many talk of him
as the logical running mate for
Nixon if the Califnrnian gets the
nomination. Last Tuesday morn morning,
ing, morning, it was apparent that Jim Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell was determined to prove
that the nassaee of the Landrum Landrum-Griffin
Griffin Landrum-Griffin Bill was no sign of a war
on labor by the GOP.
The Labor Secretary briefed
President Eisenhower for almost
an hour. He told the President
that he was set to spend a week
with the labor leaders at their na national
tional national convention site in San Fran Francisco.
cisco. Francisco. While he was with the Presi President,
dent, President, Mitchell', specialists in informed
formed informed men all were putting
together the material for two of
he most difficult speeches the
Labor Secretary ever planned.
The first will be to the AFL-CIO
Metal Trades Dent. This will
come in the early part of the
week of Sept. 14. The second he
delivered on the morning of Sept.
18 at the national AFL-CIO's third
biennial convention in San Fran Francisco's
cisco's Francisco's ivic eAuditorium.
Mitchell's was the only major
address by an outsider. He was
set to speak on the morning of
the day set aside by the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO to rip into industry in gener general
al general and the steel executives specif specifically.
ically. specifically. Mitchell has the job of prevent preventing
ing preventing the angry leaders of some 14,
00,00 union members from turn turning
ing turning their convention into a snort snorting
ing snorting anti Republican rally. If he
sucwds, he will influence the
greatest political year of all the
year of tl-e Democrats' to turn out
the Republicans.

U tern
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ME W YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

UTniAK... tt

There's a parade
of values in the
Classified Ads of
The Panama American I

A TRIFLE OF TRIVIA: Wasn't

that lovely Teresa Wright with
playwright Robert Anderson at
the IvyV... Comics Marty Allen

and Sieve Rossi refused to tone

down their Khruschie takeoff de despite
spite despite representations from State
Dept. striped panlywaists... Mick Mickey
ey Mickey Callan is dating June Blair,
leaving Jimmy Boyd in the cold
with Miss Iceland and Dick Sarg Sargent
ent Sargent at sea with Miss England...
Hollywood gals doing flips over
actor Brian Kelly, the ex-Notre
Dame gridder... Sharon Wiley (of
"Private Lives of Adam and
Eve") and Sal Mineo are a brand
new twosome hiding away at Puc Puc-ci's
ci's Puc-ci's in Encino, Calif.. ..According
to the Vagabonds, guys who think
they're handing a girl a line real really
ly really are being roped in.

MJSCELLANEOUS MISCELLA MISCELLANY:
NY: MISCELLANY: What a switch is this rumor
about Ava Gardner writing to
Sammy Davis Jr. and F. S. find finding
ing finding Kim Novak ... Conrad Hilton
on a busman's holiday inspecting
the kitchens of the new Four Sea Seasons
sons Seasons ... Joan Bishop, the Cafe
Pierre beaut, and baritone Lar Larry
ry Larry Douglas, always ask for the
darkest corner at Andre's Great
Neck. .Gals in low cut dresses
eliminate guesses... Most exciting
book of the Fall will be McDowell McDowell-Obolensky's
Obolensky's McDowell-Obolensky's "Up From Liberal Liberalism"
ism" Liberalism" by William F. Buckley Jr.,
author of "God and Man at Yale"
editor of the National Review and
debunker of the double domes...
S:x former Nickey Blair show
gals (all over six feet and all
married to millionaires) had a
luncheon reunion at Blaif House
which was packed with stars in including
cluding including S:d Caesar, Jackie Glea Glea-son,
son, Glea-son, Eleanor Holm, Carol Haney
and the homeless Toots bunch...
Paula Hill of the Hollywoods is
finally giving the East a break
by breaking in a new "type" act
at Skinny D'Amato's famed At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City 500 Club. ..When a man
breaks a dite he usually has to.
When a girl breaks a date she
usually has two.

IT'S A BIG DEAL: Anita Ek-

berg thinks Sascha D:stel, BB's

cast-off, is it. ..Now let's get this
straight about Tuesday Weld. It
she's really only 15 she oughtta
be doing her homework instead
of making columns like this with

Dennis Hopper and Ricky Nelson

...Timmy Everett is stepping out.
Took Tina Crawford and Shari
Premus to Ardsley's Water Wheel

Inn, but on different nights I hope

...Now that Jo Morrow is finish finishing
ing finishing up "Our Man in Havana" and

"Gulliver's travels" she'll have

time to recapture millionaire Ivan
Townsend Smith from Judi Mere

dith ... Know what'll make her

melt? Gelt.
i Lj.

I'M NOT THE GRAND JURY
(But if I was): Greenwich Village
is reserved exclusively for the
Mob. Non-Mob joints may oper operate
ate operate uptown if they make their
"fix" through the boys (some of

whom have been named here).
If they don't see the right people,

they get knocked off while places

next door, running even more o o-penly,
penly, o-penly, are not bothered... Legiti Legitimate
mate Legitimate businessmen have great dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty obtaining licenses, but Sing

Sing graduates (working through
the proper front men) seem to

have no trouble. ..Aside to Police
Cmrar. Kennedy: I wonder, sir,
if you've ever ridden 'along Third
Ave. at 3 or 4 in the morning and
seen what's going on all the way

from 46th Sit. into the 70s? Or if

you ve been on the West Side at
72nd and Broadway and nearby
streets? Is that the way this
town is go;ng to look next month
when the police chiefs hold their
convention here?

THIS AIN'T IT (But pretty
soon): That babe at the Round Round-table
table Round-table was not Paulette Goddard
but Gloria Hammond, her cousin,
also an actress. Her escort was
Pittsburgh's Harold Kclloe who
did ditto for Rhonda Fleming
during her N.Y. run. ..Award wa waning
ning waning playwright Ken Parker grab

bed the Summer Stock Award for

THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
W make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5,00
CHRISTMAS SAVING
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, In 4 different sizes.

OFFICE IN PANAMA
1011 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street
L A. De ROUX,
Manager

COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7th Mt.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.,
Sub-Manater

HOURS :
From 8:00 a.m. te 12:30 p.m.
SATURDAYS: from S:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon

acting in his own mystery,
"There's Always a Murder" ...
Miss Universe Contest may switch
from Long Beach to Miami
Beach, but not if California can
help it. ..It's pretty bad when 81
youih gang leaders are evacuat evacuated
ed evacuated to Summer camps instead of
being tossed in the jug. And how
about judges who "merely slap the
wrists of 15-16 .and 17-year-old
murderers? In many states and
under the common law, males
are old enough to marry at 14.
Is it too much to expect a little
reality and sanity or are we all
dizzy double domes? ... Sherry
Bntton, the stripper, will not strip
in the big role in Jerry Lewis'
"Cnderella'...Description of exo exotic
tic exotic danceY Fat' Darling' act: As
she shows so shall ye peep.

DEPT. OF SO WHAT? The ties
between the Communists and the
organized American underworld
go back many years. Shortly af after
ter after the sainted FDR recognized
the regime of the Red murderers,
Feds busted a ring of American
gangsters selling forged currency
which had been counterfeited by
the Russian secret police and sup sup-dicate.
dicate. sup-dicate. .Millions of people are
members of the underworld or half
world that works with it or is de dependent
pendent dependent on it, without actually en engaging
gaging engaging in crime themselves. .You
may wonder why I've been, going
after punks like Vinnie Mauro and
Tony Mirra and big rats of the
Costello, Adonis, Luchese, Bender
caliber. I don't mind gambling. 1
am not shocked by vice. But these
hoods, through their influence, ex example
ample example and control of the under underworld,
world, underworld, are the kingpins in the sub subversion
version subversion of youth. Nothing bad that
happens to them can ever make up
for that and for playing the Com Communist
munist Communist game.

Dept. of almost utter confusion:
Rocky Marciano denied the ring
comeback after admitting that he
was planning one because he was
tipoed of about UDrnminp inrliri.

ments in the so-called fight "game
. .Grace Kelly's father, who head headed
ed headed the Philadelphia syndicate to
promote the' Ingo-Patterson fight,
backed out when he heard about
the mob background. .Observa .Observation
tion .Observation after gandcring "The Devil's
Disciple" smash: Kirk Douglas'
physique leaves the gals weak. .
Doris Vidor, widow of the famed
director, out of her shell with film
writer Leonard Soigelglass. ,E ,E-gypt
gypt ,E-gypt may ban all Elizabeth Taylor
films because you know why. So Society
ciety Society note: "Princess" Nina Midi Midi-vani
vani Midi-vani now Mrs. Arthur Harwood, an
her husband at Erika's. She's Babs
Hutton's ex-sister-in-law. .Many a
guy who's being cultivated is real really
ly really being trimmed.

ACCEPTS INVITATION

TOKYO (UP1 Radio Peinin.,

reported today that Chinese

Communist Foreicn Mi

Yi had accepted an invitation to

visit Afghanistan.

entraD

I Wk I
V RELEASE! I

Irj sooVi

WASHINGTON Georgl Zarou

oin, lormer Russian ambassador

to the Unneu ouiu6, ucu to ie
liiinu his staff that, Soviet of

ficers were once giveu a special

section in the Penugon in Wasn

ington, guarded oy their own
Keu Army troops, from wnich
they couio send tneir own coueu

messages to Moscow without mo monitoring
nitoring monitoring or other interference by
ine United Stales.
Zaroubin, wiio was more friend friendly
ly friendly to the United States than
most people realized, cued tins
as an illustration ol how closely
the USA ana UsSk had womeu
togetner during the war, and how
mutual trust prevailed at uai
time.
For there is no trust between
Russia and the United States today.

ine propaganda machines ol
boui countries have been pound pounding
ing pounding away at eacn other so hard
and lor so long thai there is pro profound
found profound distrust; plus lear mat
commitments, if made, will be
broken.
li we are to begin a period
of peaceful competition, or co-ex-iSience,
as Khrushcnev indicated
in his recent Foreign Aftairs ar article,
ticle, article, there has got to be trust
in each nation's commitments.
This is the only alternative to
war.
It's important to remember,
however, that trust did prevail

aunng the war, and has been at-

testeo to oy such hard-b oiled
statesmen as Winston Churchil

and Adm. William D. Leahy, who

sai in on me leneran, Yalta
and Potsdam conferences.
RUSSIA KEPT WORD
"Fears expressed bv m a n v

Leahy wrote in his memoirs,
"that Russia would make a sepa separate
rate separate neaee with r.arminu wi

, i ....... parti

cularly wnen we were unable to

mount a second front .n 1943

have proved unfounded. Russia

had kept every military agree

ment maae Detore tnen."
But as the war neared its final
stages, suspicion began to creep
in.
Significantly it was generated
by exactly the same problem
which caused deadlock at the
recent Geneva conference, dead

lock at the Summit conference of

1955 and has disrupted American-

Russian relations for 15 years

me luture of Germany.
The Soviet leaders were, death

ly afraid that a new anri nnwpr.

ful Germany might rise again,

ana mat we would help build it.
Because this basic problem of
Germanv will be the main nth.

ject of conversation between Ei-

sennow.efi.i anai,;ft.hrushciiev, t's
important -to go back and exa examine
mine examine history.
The first flare-up of distrust
between the USSR and its allies
occurred in March mas int two

months before Hitler surrender

ed.
Allen Dulles, brother of the
late John Foster Dulles, and the
"US. master sov" in SwilierianH

had picked up intimations that
German Gen. Karl Wolff, rank

ing ss officer in Italy, wanted to
arrange for the surrender of Ger German
man German Forces in Northern Italy.
Playing it straight with our
Russian allies the stata rwor

ment informed Moscow of this

move on March 11. But when
foreign minister Molotov wanted
three Soviet offi.' er. nreeent

any talks to be held with the
Germans, Gen. John R. Deane,

US military attache in Mntrnm

opposed.

His recommendation wot

cepted by Washington, and a
meeting was held with Woltt on
March 19 at Locarno, Switzerland,
with two Allied officers present,

uui iiu nussians.

STALIN GETS SAVAGE

This brought 1 series of blunt

almost savage protests from Mo

lotov and Stalin.
"During the last two weeks,''

accused Molotov on March 23,
"oeniBd, the back of the Soviet
government, which has been carrying-on
the main burden of tne
war against Germany ,represen
tatives of the American ana Bri British
tish British commanu and representa representatives
tives representatives of the German military con
mand are carrying on. negotia
tions. The government of tns
USSR conaioera this absolutely
inadmissible."
Stalin in an even harsher
note to Roosevelt claimed that
the talks had permitted the Na Nazis
zis Nazis to transfer three divisions
from Italy to the Eastern front,
thus saving British-Am e r 1 e a n
lives at the ium. f D,,..:.-

lives.

"As a result of these separate
negotiations in Berne," Stalin
wrote Roosevelt in a .1

note, "the Anglo-American troops
get the possibility to advance in into
to into the heart of Germany almost

"imuui resistance. . .At ths
same time. th r.r mane ann

. "w.maexia VUU
ne i i w,r with Russia, ths

ui tngiano and the United
States."
"The Angio-Americans have pro promised
mised promised in return to ease for ths
Germans the peace terms," Sta Stalin
lin Stalin charged.

DAILY
MEDITATION

(Presented by the Department
ef Christian Education el the I I-piscepal
piscepal I-piscepal Church in the Minion,
ary Diocese of the Panama Can Can-a
a Can-a I Zone.)
COUNT-DOWN
- "Now then we are ambassa ambassadors
dors ambassadors for Christ, as though God
did beseech you by us."
II Car 1:20
"We have reached the final
count-down. Our 17 week introduc introduction
tion introduction to the Book of Isaiah is com complete.
plete. complete. Its prophecies are strange strangely
ly strangely relevant to the life we lead.
It is a wonderfully comprehensive
work containing the prophecies of
men living over a period of more
than 500 years.
Save for the prophet of the 8th
century who has given his name"
to the book, these oracles are.
nonymous', even the' dates, and cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances of the writers. ar not

clear. We use such terms as See-

ond Isaiah but there is no coh
census as to the extent and date
of his work.
Yet these matters are second secondary,
ary, secondary, for all these writers are one
in their spirit and purpose. They
are concerned with the will of God
for the peoples of the earth and
with the commission laid upon Is Israel
rael Israel to know and make known that
will. Ths is our commission, too,
and it is fitting that we close
when we are bidden to consider
that ministry in our thoughts and
prayers.

FIND PROPAGANDA
VIENNA (UPI) Austrian po police
lice police have fished out of the Dan Danube
ube Danube River a number of little
nylon bags containing anti-Soviet
propaganda leaflets. The bags
earriprl anneale In HnnffaHan and

Romanian languages to distribute
the leaflets to Russian soldiers.
Police believed the bags probably
were put into the Danube in Ger German
man German territory with the hone the

would drift into Hungary and Ro Romania
mania Romania and be picked up by citi citizens
zens citizens of those countries.

President's Wife

Answer to Previous Puzzle 1

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ACROSS
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wife,
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14 Lariat
15 Mover's truck
16 Anf eles,
- California
17 Compound
ether
11 Wapiti
19 Abstract
beinff
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direction
22 Poem
23 Route (ab.)
25 American
vulture
28 Tax
I2Xager
33 Side
34 Fork prong
15 "Emerald
Isle"
36 City In
Missouri
30 Washed
lightly
41 Kind of rope
42 City in The
Netherlands
43 Onager
44 Female ruff
48 Table scrap
51 Mongoloid
53 Meadow
54 River (Sp.)
55 Texan shrine
54 Unskillful
58 Cattle
bedding
50 Sewinf
implements
DOWN
1 Ardent
.(lection

2 Pertaining
to an age
3 Indian
reservoir
4 That thing
5 Spanish city
6 Preiser
7 Helper (ab.)
8 Plays host to
9 Affirmative
10 Tardy
11 Summers
(Fr.)
12 Uncommon
20 Masculine
appellation
22 Most unusual
24 Hebrew
ascetic
25 Down
(comb, form)
26 Roman poet

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27 Number
29 Ancient
Greek city
30 Forefather
31 Raced
37 She had the
great to
be an invalid
38 Reverential
fear
39 Venerate

43 Indonesians
of Midanao
44 Seasoning
45 Asterisk
47 EnthusiaitiS
ardor
48 Soviet cits'
49 Get up
50 Hurl 1
52 Eucharlstie

wine vetsel

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TWt PANAMA AMERICA A CTPlFPrDPfT DAILY HZWSFAPEB
Gt THRU

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it) with the order of

PANAMA DECORATION Wil'ur L. Morrison, chief of the Latin American div'

broadlv- following his decoration bv President Er nesto de la Guardia Jr. (rign

Vasco Nufiez de Balboa. At left, presidential aide Lt. Col. Raul Arias is finishing the job of fas.

tening th decoration around Morrison s neck.

Chicago Oil Millionaire
Back After Disappearance

CHICAGO (UPD-Missing mil millionaire
lionaire millionaire oil tycoon Harold T. Mar Martin
tin Martin returned to his offices yester yesterday
day yesterday after almost 24 hours' ab absence
sence absence and refused to say where
he had been.
Martin, the owner of 80 Martin
gasoline stations across the coun country,
try, country, said only that the "pressure
of business" had led him to drop
out of sight.
Police Lt. Otto Kruzer sa4d
Martin told him "the pressure
wag so great he wanted to get
rid of it all and take a 24-hour
vacation."
Until Martin turned up at his
Chicago loop headquarters, police j
had feared tie had been kidnaped
for the second time in his life.
Six years ago, thugs abducted
Martin and another oil executive,
beat them, and robbed them.
Martin had not been seen since
he strolled away from one of his
gasoline stations Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Hi only words were "I'm going
around the corner."
Martin's associates thought he
might have meant to stop for a
cup of coffee at a nearby restau restaurant
rant restaurant or to walk the seven blocks
to his offices, where he had called
a meeting of executives.
Martin, SO, never turned up at
his office. He did not returri
Wednesday night to his $150,000
suburban KeniTworth home or tel telephone
ephone telephone his wife, Eloise. At 1:30
yesterday morning, Mrs. Martir
reported her husband missing to
police.
Police hoped they had come
upon a clue when airline records
ahiwed that an H. Martin flew
from Chicago to Cleveland
Wednesday night. But a check of
Cleveland hotels showed no H.
Martin registered there. Martin's
wife and associates said he had
no reason to go to Cleveland.
Although Martin was a tireless
worker and sometimes absent absent-minded,
minded, absent-minded, Deputy Pmice Chief Rob Robert
ert Robert Ryan said "hi life seems to
be regular as a ctock."
FBI agents had beeen keeping
watch on the- search, ready to step
in if any evidence of kidnap turn turned
ed turned up. Extra police squads were
assigned to the North Side area
where the oilman was last' seen.
A brother-in-law in St. Louis.

Warren Gladders, and a brother

in uarbondale, ill., Dale, were
unable to help. Gladders said
"We're all stymied."
Robert Buschek, another

brother in law and secretary secretary-treasurer
treasurer secretary-treasurer of Martin Oil Servic;
Inc., said Martin had been nego negotiating
tiating negotiating with the Truck, Oil Driv Drivers
ers Drivers and Filling Station Employes
Union. The talks had been friend friendly,
ly, friendly, Buschek said, and the two
sides were close to a settlement.
Police dug back through their
records for details of Martin's
1953 kidnap.
He and C. D. Tinsley of Hous Houston,
ton, Houston, Tex., vice president of Tri Triangle
angle Triangle Refiners, Inc., were ab abducted
ducted abducted by three men from a coun country
try country club parking lot. The kidnap kidnappers
pers kidnappers beat the oilmen with black blackjacks,
jacks, blackjacks, breaking Martin's elbow.
They took $95 from Martin and
$175 from Tinsley.
Before the kidnapers dumped
their victims from a car, one of
them told Martin "You know why
you're getting this, don't you?"

Zonian's Father
Dies At US Home
Funeral services were to be
held this morning in Salem, Mass.
for Mr. Fidle B. Sauvageau, fa father
ther father of long-time Zonian Joffre
Sauvageau. He suffered a fatal
heart attack Thursday, the day
after he had celebrated his 84th
birthday.
His son, former employe of the
Panama Canal Health Bureau,
and his wife were with him at the
time of his death. The elder Mr.
Sauvageau is also survived by his
wife, several children and grand grandchildren.
children. grandchildren. The family residence is at 105
Leach Street, Salem. Mass.

Typhoon Rolls Info
Sea After Leaving
Ryukyus Death Path
TQKYO (UPI) Typhoon 'Sarah
rolled out into open waters today
leaving a trail of death and
destruction from the southern
Ryukyus across Korea into north northern
ern northern Japan.
Still incomplete casualty reports
showed the storm had left at least
148 dead or missing and 469 in injured
jured injured since Wednesday when it
swent northward from tiny Mi Mi-yako
yako Mi-yako Island in the Ryukyus.
No Americans were listed
among the casualties, although
U.S. military installations in
South Korea and southern Japan
suffered more than a million dol

lars in damage.
The typhoon, 19th of the season,
began its sweep of northern Pa Pacific
cific Pacific land areas with winds of up
to 158 miles an hour, but most of

:ts strength was diminished as it
moved out into the Set of Ohkotsk
Friday night.
The premature lifting of storm
warnings in southern Japan near nearly
ly nearly resulted in a major tragedy
when a ferry boat carrying 59
persons headed out into the Tsu Tsu-garu
garu Tsu-garu Strait between Honshu and
Hokkaido and was caught in boil boiling
ing boiling seas. It finally managed to
return to port safety. 1
The Pusan area of South Korea
was hit hardest by the storm,
with incomplete reports listing 64
dead and 22 missing.
The latest casualty reports from
the central Japanese island of
Hokkaido gave an overall Japan Japanese
ese Japanese toll of 21 dead and 24 missing.
Miyako Island, which was the
first major populated land area to
encounter the typhoon, reported
seven fatalities.

Labor Secretary Mitchell Hands Down'
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hirst Ketorm Law ror Hotta Action

CARDINALS RALLIES

ROME (UPI) Sources at Sa Sacred
cred Sacred Heart Clinic said today

Frederico Cardinal Tedeschini, 85

who was operated on for an in

testinal ailment 12 days ago, had
rallied satisfactorily after suffer suffering
ing suffering a slight collapse Sunday night.

Sir Anthony Eden
Confined To Bed
With Fever Attack
LONDON. Sept. 19 (UPI) Sir
Anthony Eden, British Prime Min Minister
ister Minister during the Suez crisis of
1956, has been confined to bed
With a new attack of fever.
The attack was reported to be
worse than previous ones nd
Eden's physician Lord Evans is
scheduled to visit him tomorrow.

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By WILLIAM i. IATON
WASHINGTON (UPI) Labor
Secretary James P.-Iitchell, in invoking
voking invoking the new labor reform law
for the first time, demanded in
effect today that Teamsters Pre President
sident President James R. Hoffa oust all
ex-convict officials barred from
holding office under the statute.
In a telegram to Hoffa, Mitchell!
called the Teamster chief's atten attention
tion attention to the new law and asked
him to "advise me what action
your organization is taking'' a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst certain types of ex con convicts.
victs. convicts. He asked Hoffa to provide him
within 10 days a list of any Team

ster officials have been convict convicted
ed convicted of robbery, bribery, extortion,
embezzlement and other felonies.

Mitchell is in San Francisco in
connection with the AFL-CIO con convention.
vention. convention. The Labor Department
released the text of his telegram.
Mitchell noted that the new la labor
bor labor law, enacted by Congress
chiefly as a weapon against
Teamster abuses disclosed by the
Senate Rackets Committee, was
signed into law by President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower only last Monday.

Mitchell pointed specifically to
the law's Section 504 Which makes
it a criminal offense for any per persona
sona persona to servt as a union officer

or employe, except in clerical or
custodial positions, if he has been
convicted of certain crimes.
Ticking them off, he cited "brib "bribery,
ery, "bribery, extortion, embezzlement,
grand larceny, burglary, arson,
narcotics violations, murder, rape,
assault with intent to kill, assault
which inflicts grievious bodily in injury
jury injury or conspracy to commit
such crimes."

No one may hold union office
within five years after being con convicted
victed convicted of any of these crimes, nor
within five years after having
been a member of the Commu Communist
nist Communist Party.
Mitchell also called the atten attention
tion attention of all unions, employer ass
ciations and labor relations con consultants
sultants consultants to the provisions of Sec Section
tion Section 504. He urged them to make
sure they are in compliance with
the act. It applies equally to the
other groups as well as to unions.
However, Mitchell singled out
Hoffa for personal attention by
releasing the text of the telegram
sent to the Teamsters chief.
His wire to Hoffa also noted
that it was a criminal offense for
any persons to serve as a union
officer within five years after be being
ing being convicted of violating the fin financial
ancial financial reporting or trusteeship
provisions of the new law.

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RELEASE
WED. 23

Ecuadorian Naval
Chief Tours Zone
In One-Day Stay

Panama Ono

Oalllngo

The Cristobal of the Panama
Line sailed yesterday from New
York with 93 passengers for the
Canal Zone and 53 passengers who
were en route from New York to
Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The advance passenger list is
as follows:
Miss Helen E. Barr; Charles A
Behringer; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Belzar and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Melvin Bierman and two
children; Mrs. Belarmina Block Block-Mrs.
Mrs. Block-Mrs. Agnes Coleman; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Colonna; Miss Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Cornelison; Mrs. G. F. Corse,
and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Cullen.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Elia;
Miss Grace Dillingham; Mr?.
Jaines B. Dorow; Miss Laura D i i-row;
row; i-row; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dubo;
?.!r. n'l Mrs. James A Fahy;
Renale A.- Faunce; Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Feit and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Jouis J. Finklest Finklest-ein;
ein; Finklest-ein; Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. Fish
bough: and Mr. and Mrs. George
P. Fullman.
Preston G. Gau; Mr. and Mrs
John F. Gilbert; Miss Dorothy
Ilamill; Dr. Iliana Cosby Hamil Hamilton;
ton; Hamilton; Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliam P
Hardie: Donald A. Hausc; Mis:
Mary Howland; James H. Jarvis;
Miss Josephine Kawkiel; Miss M.
D. Kennedy; and Mr. and Mrs.
Kalph H. Kirkpatrick.
Mother Euphrasia La f f e r t y;
Rev. William J. F. Lydecker;
Miss Regina McCabe; Miss Clare
M. McGlade; Dr. and Mrs. D. Mc McGregor;
Gregor; McGregor; Miss Daphne Mallorga;
Mother Mary Leocadia Master
son; and Mrs. Irene May and
daughter.
Miss Norma Noble; Mr. and

Mrs. Bernard M. Parmentier;
Miss Isabel Quist; Miss Esther
Reinhardt; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
L. Ridge and five children; Mr.
and Mrs. Philin .1. Riley; Miss
June Roberts; David Rosenblatt;
Miss Ann Scljonat; Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald H. Smith and four chil children;
dren; children; Frank Smith and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Holman L. Starbird;
Mrs. Ann Sullivan; Mrs. Gladvs
A. Thompson; Miss Dorothy E.
Ver Nooy; and Miss Millie Williams.

PREFER COP TAG

LONDON (UPI) The Police

Review, a force magazine, said

today he British bobby pre
ferred to be called a "cop.1

'Bobby' sounds a bit prissy these

r"av" the nolice writer sain
"and does not suggest the effi
ciency and vigor of 'cop.'

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Rear Adm. Luis Gomez, Commander-in-Chief
of the Ecuadorian
Navy, will arrive here by plane
Saturday on the first leg of a tour
of naval installations in the United
States.
The Ecuadorian naval leader is
scheduled to arrive at Albrook
Air Force Base at 11 a.m. from
Quito, Ecuador, for a one-day vi

sit.
Rear Adm. Lewis S. Parks,
Commandant of the 15th Naval
District, and the senior officers
of his staff will greet him.
The Latin American naval visi visitors
tors visitors will be welcomed with the
full honors of a color guard and
Navy and Marine honor guards.
Four staff officers will accom accompany
pany accompany Admiral Gomez. They are
Capt. Jorge Wolf of the Armed
Forces General Staff, Cmdr. Car Carlos
los Carlos Monteverde, Chief ol Ecua Ecuador's
dor's Ecuador's Navy Staff, Lt. Cmdr. Hec Hector
tor Hector A. Chiriboga, aide to Admiral
Gomez, and Lt. Cmdr. A. A.
Schirmer, representing the U. S.
Chief of Naval Operations.
At a formal reception Saturday
evening, Admiral Gom,ez and his
party will be hosted by Admiral
Parks at the commandant's quart quarters.
ers. quarters. The Ecuadorian naval chief
also will be honored with a lunch luncheon
eon luncheon at noon Saturday at the Ft.
Amador Officers' Club.
At 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Admiral
Gomez will fly to Corpus Christi,
Texas, to begin a two-week tour
of American naval bases and de defenses.
fenses. defenses. He will be the guest of
the U.S. Chief of naval Opera Operations,
tions, Operations, Admiral Arleigh A. Burke.
During his nationwide visit, Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Gomez will eet a look at
some of the U.S. Navy's newest
weapons, ships and training me methods.
thods. methods. His itinerary calls for visits to
the U.S. Naval Weapons Plant in
Washington, the U.S. Naval Ship Shipyard
yard Shipyard at San Francisco, and more
than 10 air, fleet and technical
training schools and stations.
At San Diego the Navy will dis display
play display its latest anti submarine
warfare operations for Admiral
Gomez and his party when they
call on the Commander of the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Fleet Training Command.
During his tour of the Washing Washington
ton Washington area, Admiral Gomez also
will visit the U.S. Naval Academy.

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XrWS OF KN4A0EMENTS, MANRIAOKf BIRTHS, PARTirt AND TRAVEL SHOULD BS MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX.NUMBIR SHOWN. IT WILL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 1-0740 OR a-0741 BETWEEN 8.-O0 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.

MEXICAN FIESTA PLANNED tT CURUNDU WOMEN'S CLUS
"TO RE ATTENDED RY MEXICO'S AMRASSADOR TO PANAMA
Henortd auostt at Mexican fletta planned fr Wednesday by
Curundu Woman's Club will tho Mexican mbinUr to
"Panama, Dr. Rafael Urataneta, tni Mrs. Urdanata. Tho tvtnt will
.stert at 1 p.m. at tho Community Building In Curundu.
Tha proaram will include talk an Maxita by Manual Cattllla,
and tha dance "II Jaraba Tapltle" will ba orotonted by Mn. Idi Idi-v,
v, Idi-v, til Torrai. A Maxican-ttyla buffat will ba served.
Rttorvationi aheuld ba mada with Mn. Connie Raichart, Mn.
,7Margio Johnston or Mra. Afnai Ruiicka.

Covered Diah Supoor
At St. Luke's Monday
On Monday evening, a covered
"dish parish supper will be held in
Bishop Morris Hall at the Cathed Cathedral
ral Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon. All mem members
bers members and friends of the Cathedral
are invited U greet newcomers in
the congregation and enjoy a so social
cial social evening. A theme of family
life will be ttrested throughout
the evening.
The program will be focused on
the organizational life of the
parish, and leaders will be in in-traduced
traduced in-traduced and activities discussed.
The lupper will begin at 8:30 p.m.
rmilies who names begin with
4 to M are asked to bring cai cai-lerolee.
lerolee. cai-lerolee. Others should bring salad
dishes.
Bishop R. Heber Gooden will
greet the congregation, and Dean
Mainert J. Peterson will be chair chairman
man chairman for the evening. Mrs. William
Robinson, president of the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal Women of the Parish, it in
harge of arrangements, assisted
by committees from the Morning
nd Evening Guilds.
Reservations should be tent to
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The Teen Club,
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Registration begins, Oct.
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Sojourners Meeting
It Tuesday Eveninf
The Panama Chapter 35 of the;
National Sojourners will have a ;
regular monthly meeting Tuesday!
evening at the bohio of the Na National
tional National Distillery in Panama City.
Cocktails will be served at 6:30,
and dinner at 7.15 p.m. i
All members art urged to at at-ttned.
ttned. at-ttned. Esther Church Circle
Te Meet Monday
Members of Esther Circle of the
Balboa Union Church will meet
Monday evening at 7:30 at the
homt of Mn. Doris Harned, 2245
Carr, Balboa.
Mrs. Florence La Clair will re review
view review the book "Dear and Glorious
Phytician" by Taylor Caldwell,
and Miss Lois McClure will lead
tht devotionals.
Fleet R serve Women
Have Binge Party
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet
Rserve Ataociation, Unit 77, had a
bingo party for patients of Gorgas
Hospital Wednesday in the Red
Cross lounge.
Refreshment of caket and punch
were served by Mrs. Anne Barker,
Mrs. lrent Fowler and Mrs. Peg
gy Beard, hostesses.
Altar Rosary Society
Plans Potluck Supper
The Ancon Altar Rosary Society
will sponsor a potluck supper to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon at 5:30 at the
Sacred Heart social hall.
All families of the parish are
invited to attend, and should bring
dishes of food.
Albert Joyce Leaves
To Enter Law School
Albert J. Joyce., son of Mr. ajid
Mrs. Albert J. Joyce of Diablo
Heights, left by plane Thursday
for the States?"
He will enter'lfis third year in
the law school of the University
of South Carolina at Columbia.
Cristobal Knightt
Corporate Communion
Members of Cristobal Council
1689, Knightt of Columbus, will
have a Corporate Communion at
the 9:30 Mass tomorrow at the
Fort Gulick Chapel. Breakfast for
membert and their families will
follow at the Gulick NCO Club.

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Box 134,
Panama

Members art asked to wear
wnite shirti and ties, and should
meet in front of the Chapel no
later than 9:20.
Meeting
Matal Trades Council
The regularly scheduled month monthly
ly monthly meeting of th Canal Zone Cen Central
tral Central Labor Union Metal Trades
Council, AFL-CIO, will be held
Sunday at 8:30 u.m. in the Mar Margarita
garita Margarita Service Center.
Knights Of Columbus
Plan Special Golden
Anniversary Events
The Knights of Columbus of Pa Panama
nama Panama Balboa Council 1371 will cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate their Iithmian Quintennial
next month, marking 50 years
since their establishment In this
Central American community.
The Knighti are scheduling an
early morning Mast with a Cor Corporate
porate Corporate Communion at St. Mary's
Mission Church in Balboa in com commemoration
memoration commemoration of the occasion on
October 10. Following the Mass,
Council membert and their faml
liet will Join in a Communion
breakfatt at the Tlvoli Guest
House.
The entertainment feature of
the Quintennial it a planned 50th
Annivenary Knights of Columbus
Ball to be held at the Tivoli BaJI BaJI-room
room BaJI-room with music provided by Lu Lu-cho
cho Lu-cho Azcarraga. Tickets for the
ball are now on public tale.
Festivities are scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 8:30 p.m. with prizes of
$100, $50 and $25 awarded to luc lucky
ky lucky ticket holders, who need not
be present to win. Additional pri
zes will be drawn and awarded
from among those present during
the evening.
The Council emphasized that
members and friends planning to
attend the ball should make re reservations
servations reservations in advance. Tickets
can be purchased from tht
R.nigms of Columbus Club in Bal Balboa
boa Balboa telephone Balboa 3466 or Don Donald
ald Donald Cameron. TeleDhonp S7-22U
or by calling the Tivoli Guest
House.
In order to alleviate expected
parking problems at the Tivoli, a
shuttle taxi service has been ar arranged
ranged arranged to ferrv Sliests frnrn tha
parking facility adjacent to the
Civil Affairs Building.
CABLES PLANE'S DESIGNER
MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet Pre Premier
mier Premier Niklta Khrushchev cabled
aircraft designer ri-v t
from the United States yester yesterday
day yesterday to express his auni.i c ,r
the airliner which carried ihe
premier to Washington. Tupolev
designed the huge TU-114 turbo turbojet
jet turbojet which made the non-stop flight
from Moscow. The Soviet news
agency Tass quoted Khrushchev
as uying the flight was very
pleasant.
LEA&
FERRINS
Fnrlchei the flavor
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New-F 'angled

MOSCOW (UPI) Revolution
women's thoet with heels jutt at
ttiletto-ipiked and toet jutt as
pointed at in the United States
have appeared in a shop window
in Moscow.
You even can buy an eyelash
curler, of all things, for IS rubles
at sidewalk stands on Gorky
Street. Beatniks with beards and
tapered trousers were teen in the
Arogvy restaurant the other night
. .and a home-made red sports
car is racing around town.
in short, Moscow it becoming
Westernized. In fact, it's getting
downright jazzy.
The proud Russians talk in cir circles
cles circles to deny the trend. But none nonetheless
theless nonetheless Moscow is slowly but
perceptibly changing, and this
once sealed mysterious, semi-Oriental
"forbidden" city may
tomt day have much in common
with capitals of Wettern coun countries,
tries, countries, for better or worte.
'Our women never will wear
tuch thoes they don't have feet
shaped like that," one Russian
husband explained, pointing at
my pointed toe shoes when I ar

Mao Tse-tung's Military Shakeup Seen

As Move For Tighter Control Of Army

LONDON, Sept. 19 (UPI) Chi
nese Communist boss Mao Tse Tse-tung't
tung't Tse-tung't shakeup of top military
postt disclosed moves to tighten
party control over the powerful
Red Army, experts on Commun Communist
ist Communist affairs said today.
The high-level purge was re reminiscent
miniscent reminiscent of the Party -Army
struggle in Moscow some two
years ago when Premier Nikita
Khrushchev fired Defense Minis
ter Marshal Georgi Zhukov, they
said.
Some observers said the Peip Peip-ing
ing Peip-ing regime, which admittedly has
been having internal troubles, re
cognized that the Army was the
only organized body in Red China
strong enough to trigger a revolt.
Peiplng thus far hat given no
official explanation for the dis dismissal
missal dismissal of Marshal Pe e n g Teh Teh-huai
huai Teh-huai as Defense Minister or the
removal of Huang Ke-chens from
hit post at Chief of the General
Staff!
But both posts went to staunch
party men. The Defense Ministry
was assigned to Marshal Lin
Piao, one of the foremost Com Communist
munist Communist commanders of the civil

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WHERE'S THE- CIANT. JACK? Monstrous green bean
plants climbed 30 feet for Mr. and Mrs. Tonl tt Nardo of
Cleveland, Ohio. And the plants produce beans all the way to
the top. The plants are Kentucky Wonder variety which nor normally
mally normally aw six to eight feet tall. Said Di Nardo, "We don't
knotrwhat made them so tall."

CLOVERBLOOM SPICE CAKE

M Cup Cloverbloom Butter
1 Cup sutar
2 Well beaten eagi
24 Cups slfttd cake flour
Teaspoons bakint powder
1 Teaspoon salt

Cream butter, bland In sugar and add eggs. Add flour,
sifted with dry ingredients, alternately with milk.
Bake in 2 8-inch square cake tins in 375" F, oven for
25-30 minutes. Frost with butter icing, maple flavor,
ed. Decorate oak with toatted coconut or chopped
paeans.

Get The Point In Fashions;
Footwear Appears In Shops

rived in Moscow a few month
ago.
But one window of GUM, thi
big department ttore on Red
Square, hat women crowded a
round it six deep these days. In
the window are elegant shoes shoes-blue,
blue, shoes-blue, pnk, tleek blade? glittering
brocades.
When you inquire inside, the
shoes are "made only to order,
at 400 rubles (tourist exchange ts
10 rubles to the dollar) up," the
sales girl says. But at least
they're in the window, and Russian-made.
And even those shoes
Soviet women are buying eagerly
on the ready-to-wear shelves at
$30 have reasonably narrow heels
and slightly pointed toes, quite a
change from the usual t q u a r e,
heavily solid footwear.
There are so many holet in the
"curtain" these days that the
long arm of "Americanization"
can be found in the hotels, and
the shops, even on the radio. You
can buy toft drinks and cigarettes
at tldewalk vending machines
Jazz, once frowned upon, is
played in most of the hotel dining
war days. A year ago, he was
named vice-chairman of the Chi Chinese
nese Chinese Communist party, giving
him membership on tht standing
committee of the all powerful Po Politburo.
litburo. Politburo. Lo Jui-ching, who was Chief of
Secret Police as Minister of Pub Public
lic Public Security, took over as Chief of
Staff of the mor than three million-man
Army. Lo, who is des described
cribed described as the "hatchet man" of
the Peiplng regime, also was
named one of the 10 Viceministers
of National Defense.
Peiping radio said today 11 na nationalist
tionalist nationalist Chinese "spies" had been
arrested in Fukien Province op opposite
posite opposite the offshore islands of Que Que-moy
moy Que-moy and Matsu.
The broadcast said the agents
"received special training in Tai Taiwan
wan Taiwan (Formosa) and sneaked onto
the mainland not long ago."
The Communists accused them
of attempting to "undermine agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and industrial production
and destroy vital military instal installations,
lations, installations, railways and warehouses
with explosives and arson."
The broadcast taid they were
caught before they could carry
out their activities.
1 Teaspoon cinnamon
l2 Teaspoon nutineir
H Teaspoon allspice
U Teaspoon cloyes
Cup milk

oomt. It sounds, a little IMO-iah,
,ut getting better all the time,
jome of the orchestra vocalists
even croon popular America
songs tuch at "Autumn Leaves"
in English.
Moscow Radio hat played the
album of "West Side Story," com complete
plete complete with a summary of the plot
n Rustian, twice recently.
The score of "My Fair Lady"
it another startler you can hear
sandwiched between the usual
setting up exerciset and news newscasts
casts newscasts relating successes of the
seven-yesr plan.

Now that consumer goods are
becoming more plentiful, store 1
are "dressing" their windows.
Blownup photographs of pretty
girls, dummies with elaborate
wigt, attractive displays of Rus Russian
sian Russian perfumes and lingerie are
changing the sidewalk aecne.
But the ultimate of the "new "new-look"
look" "new-look" in the Soviet apital wat
found in one ttore window on a
side ttreet. it it fashionable for
Moscow women to be plump. B.it
there on sale for 30 rubles win a
pair of East German-made white
lace "falsles."
CUTS
By OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NIA Service
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North East South Weal
Past 14 Doublt 2 4
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Opening lead V K
Here is hand No. 1 from the In
lercollegiate Bridge Tournament.
East and West get their par by
simply bidding four spades wheth
er they make it or not. North and
South get a par by either bidding
five clubs and being set or by
beating the four-spade contract.
Let s tee how four spade! can
be made. South starts with three
heart leads. Eat ruffs" the third
and knocks out the ace of sapdes.
North is in and returns a club.
East wins and runs off all hi! black
cards. On the last spade lead
South Is squeezed. He mutt dis discard
card discard his last heart or the king or
queen of diamonds.
At this point dummy (west) i!
down to the ace-jack of diamonds
and a heart. If South throws a dia
mond both West's diamond! are
good. If South discards the heart
West's heart is good. Curtains!
How can North anit-SouHt stop
the squeeze? Eaiy! South can lead
the kins of diamonds at trick tnree
or North can lead a diamond when
he is in with the ace of spades.
Actually the best defense is for
South to shift to the eight cf clubs
at trick three whereupon North
will know that East hold! the ace
and king of clubs and will lead the
diamond when he gets in.
st -sssssar-aaMiii
Q The bidding has been:
North jsMt Honth West
1 Pass 2 4 Pan
2N.T. Pag, T n"
You, South, hold:
What do you do?
Bld thr '"I. Partner
T'in iug yoa rui M more J
"" oppoars advlwble.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Your partner rebida to three
diamond. What do you do now?
Answer Tomorrow
Bridge Fans Meet
At Paraiso Gym;
Will Form Club
Bridge fans met at the Parai Paraiso
so Paraiso Gym last night for the pur purpose
pose purpose of organizing a bridge club.
Nomination and election of of officers
ficers officers was waived until next
Thursday, Sept. 24. Those present
engaged in a friendly game.
Classes will be given to begin beginners
ners beginners and the group hopes that a
bigger crowd will assemble to get
the club on its way.
BELLA VISTA
RELEASE
WED. 23

taOlEB SECONDS
n mx THOUSANDS

t
si-

Ex-aueea Narrlman of Egypt it
planning to marry again at soon
as she's legally unhitched from
Dr. Ahmed Naklb. She admits
she's 'very much In love" but
won't reveal her future bride
groom's name to any but her
closest friends, for fear of "some "some-thins
thins "some-thins coins- wroni." Steel work
ers have been told there's a good
chancs they'll be back at work by
Oct. 1. Strike negotiations sre ex ex-oected
oected ex-oected to take a turn for the bet
ter within the next week.
Martha Rave, hospitalized
again, is supposedly bedded for
"a rest cure." But those who know
her best fear she'i suffering from
one of her periods of deep depres
sion; only a few week! ago sne
was acting like the gayest woman
in Florida, stayins out long after
daybreak and making brief brush brush-off
off brush-off ioke! about her most recent
marital failure .. Narcotic cops
are interested enough in three
midtown soots to have long-range
camera! photographing everyone
coming out of he bistros. The
Crosby boys' tiff with their fa famous
mous famous dad is holding ur several
desirable dealt that could be con
summated once the impresarios
nuking the offers were sure that
limes were okay between King
and Gary.
Paris theatrical circles are buz-
z.ng about the fiery wa'k out
Vaged by Felix Marten (me nano
mme singer who used to be Edith
Plaf'i great love) during rehear rehearsal!
sal! rehearsal! of a mus'cal comedy titled
"The Boss." Felix accused the
al boss of the nroductlon Bolsnd
"etit. of eivin all the beat num
bers to Renee Jeanmaire Mrs.
Petit in private life quit the ahow.
in an explosion of epithet!, and
the next day booked himself for
another engagement. Petit is now
searching frantically for Monsieur
Reolacement.
Red Buttons set a new pill tak tak-na
na tak-na record at Llndy'a th other af
ternoon: 13 Pills before lunch, one
after . Police aligned to details
guarding Khrushchev have been
warned attains" irinking even a
glass of beer eicht hours before
renortine for duty Gloria Mota,
the Portugnes import at tho
Grlnzing, is proving the cafe's
greatest attraction since Frltzl
Scheff of "Klsi Me Again" fame.
Assimilate. If you win. the
quotes attributed to John Ireland
by friends in London who claim
he would like to marry is (or ii
it l?)-yearold Tuesday Weld.
They lay he declare!, "I'm mad
about her. She'! so iharp, !0 bril
liant, and she's been around so
much. She's the most fascinating
person in Hollywood." In their o o-plnion,
plnion, o-plnion, the only things stopping
the msrriage are her mother and
her youth.
Dorian Dennis, one of the high

Onassts Denies Romance
With Opera Star Callas

ATHENS (UPI) Mllllonslre
shipowner Aristotle Onassii in an
interview with the newspaper
Tanea denied today he is having
a romance with opera singer Ma Maria
ria Maria Callas. He said nothing be beyond
yond beyond pure friendship links him
with the opera singer.
Onassis taid quarrels between
the opera singer and her husband,
Giovanni Meneghlni, have gone on
for some time and that as Callas'
friend he felt obliged to help her
in difficulties.
Onassis taid he took Callas out
for dinner one night in Milan and
a scandal broke out.
He said the opera singer was so
annoyed that she may break off
her friendship with him.
Onassis denied rumori he plans
Girl Scout Council
To Appoar on "Panorama"
The Canal Zone fiirl Senut
Council will present its request
ior support of tne io United
Fund in s "Panorama" simulcast
over CFN Tuesday afternoon.
Plans for next year and accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments of 1959 will be des described.
cribed. described. Taking part will be Girl Scouts
Leslye Ferguson of Albrook Inter Intermediate
mediate Intermediate Troop 5. Pamela Franks
of Albrook Brownie Troop 20, Syd Sydney
ney Sydney Townsend of Balboa Senior
Troon 24 and Macel Washabaugh
of Margarita Intermediate Troop
68. Adult volunteers participating
will be Mrs. V. H. Bolado, Mrs.
S. M. Hamilton and Mrs. Marga Margaret
ret Margaret Shipley.
Towniend was one of the four
senior scouts who represented the
Canal Zone at the senior roundup
in Colorado this summer. Wash Wash-baugh
baugh Wash-baugh was sent by the council to
All-States Encampment in Penn Pennsylvania.
sylvania. Pennsylvania. Mrs. Bolado is neigh neighborhood
borhood neighborhood chairman for Albrook Air
Force Base, and Mrs. Hamilton is
vice-president of the Council Exe Executive
cutive Executive Board, Mrs. Shipley,' pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram chairman on the executive
board and leader of Intermediate
Troop 58, was sent by the Cotinc'l
for two training courses at Edith
Micy Training Center in New
York State.

THE VOICE OF

BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

er-priced strippers, has given up
her Manhattan apartment and
moved to Miami Beach all be because
cause because of the impasse which has
existed for six months between
AGVA, the performers' union, and
the local strip spots. She coinsid
ers the union's stand "inconsis "inconsistent,"
tent," "inconsistent," claiming it bars "name,f
strippers from working, locally,
but doesn't keep more obscure
ladles from disrobing to music.
The unnion's welfare fund figures
prominently, if mysteriously, in
the hassle.
Letters I'd Like to Read depart department:
ment: department: Jackie Gleason is report reportedly
edly reportedly corresponding with Brendan
Behan on the subject of the Irish
plsywright's initlsl television of offering.
fering. offering. Dorothy Lamour finally unload unloaded
ed unloaded her huge Hollywood house, but
now she's ensconded in an even
bigger one in Lutherville. Md., On
a wooded rise unromentically
named Ledger Hill. Hsr two sons
have been enrolled in nearby Me Me-Donogh
Donogh Me-Donogh Military Academy... You
can't count on a thing in show
biz Witness Stella Stevens, the
curvy blond who was hauled to
the West Coast from Memphis be because
cause because the seemed the girl to
play the lead in the Jean Harlow
story. Instead she'll be seen in the
silly role of Appassionata von Cli
max in "Lt'i Abner."
New York racing experts estim estimate
ate estimate that more than 200,000 non-
bettors will visit the new $33,000,
000 Aqueduct track during its 67-
day meeting, just to do some rubber-necking.
Dorothy bonegan, who makes
with the music at the Embers,
can dream and with confidence
of a Chinchilla Christmas. The
expensive pelts already have been
selected,, and the canvas cut ..
The Blackburn Twini, who were
featured in the Miami revue, "A
Rag, a Bone and a Pony Till."
are negotiating to buy the right!
to the show and use it as their
own touring package.
Sig Shore, who produced "Ts "Ts-mango,"
mango," "Ts-mango," says it's a surprise gros grosser
ser grosser in the movie industry, which
is why he'd like to team Curt
Jurgens and Dorothy Dandridge
in another flicker. But Dorothy ll
asking three times as much for
the next one.
There's a feature story in Guy
Marks, the comedian at the Roxy.
who spent two years in a hospital
recuperating from ., tuberculosis.
Now. he spends most of his free
time making speeches to raise
funds to fight the disease .Alma
Knight, once a hat checker at
Toot! Shor's, has become a pro pro-fesional
fesional pro-fesional singer. She's recorded
two sides one in Italian, one in
English.
to build a theater for Callas in
Monte Carlo. He also denied she
is a "tigress" ts she is some sometimes
times sometimes described and said she is
a most kind hearted person.
Finally, Onassis said that his
own wife, Tina, is annoyed with
the rumors published in the press
and that they are causing quar quarrels
rels quarrels between them.
Callas, who arrived in Onassis'
plane today from Bilbao, Spain,
answered "No, thank you," when
asked if she had anything to !ay
about her husband.
Asked about her concert in Bil Bilbao
bao Bilbao she replied "Wonderful, won wonderful."
derful." wonderful." But that's not what the
Sps.nlsh critics said.
"The performance of the diva
did not reach the heights expected
and there were hisses to still the
applause at the end of the first
half," one critic wrote. "The Bil Bilbao
bao Bilbao public demonstrated their per perfect
fect perfect manners in not showinf
greater disgust."
She sang for a total of 31 minu minutes
tes minutes for $6,400, and then boarded
a specially converted four-engined
plane belonging to Onassis. The
plane was not permitted to take
off until dawn.
ALQIRIAN REBEL SLAIN
PARIS (UPI) Police shot and
killed an Algerian rebel gunman
at the very moment President
Charles de Gaulle was pleading
for peace in the Algerian war
last night. The gunman had
shot and wounded two passer passerby
by passerby in front of the Tribunal of
Commerce before police shot him.
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UNITARIAN
"Ins unitarian Church
Sunday Services 10:30 t.ffl.
Bldg. 362
Laeon filTd. and Mmey PUc,
Aficon
Your Invitation to
Liberal Religion.
Baptist
cocou battist chubch
til airuja ltoa
Drawer J4 Balboa. CX.
Phone J-U06
Edmund 8. Stailwort PaetM
Sunday School ,?;4 4J
SStSnj Worship "rffi,
Trauma Union l.ell pn).
ivSlni Worship
W Meelina ibl
Stud JtacA Wednesday.... 7:00
JiMlh1.
ruurr baptisi cmukcm
Balboa Heights. C. X.
627 Ancon Boulevard
Orawtr "B" Balboa Heights
Phone Balboa 1727
, William R Beebf. PeatM
Sunday School 30 a.m
Morning Worship 10;4 a m
Baptist Training Union .... 1:30 pro
IvangelisUc Service 7:30 pjn
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 7:00 p.a
9 U.S. Bible Study Xhure-
days DO aJa.
Man n Brotherhood (Lad
Monday In month) 140 DJB.
t'lMT BAPTIST CHUkCB
Margarita Avenue at Itb street
Margarita. Canal Zona
Bey, WandaU C, Parkar, Paatot
Sundav Sehool :4 ejnv
Morning Worship 11 too a A
Baptist framing Union 1:30 pm
Evening Worship 7:t pm
Brotharhood, Tuesdays 1:00 om
Prayer ServlcM, Wednesdays 7:00 pm
W M.U. 1st & 3rd Iridays
I G-A... R.A., Sunbeams,
Prldays
I N ejn
Salvation Army
(Noo-OeuomlnaUonal tvangeUstle
Maatlngs)
PANAMA CITY
Major it Mrs. W. Bishop
It February Street, Phone: tt 10064
11:00 Holiness Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
PARAISO, C.Z.
Envoy A Mrs. C L, Moseley
Guiana Street
11:00 Holiness Meeting
COLON CENTRAL
Sr. Captain it Mrs. H. Grant
lth Street. Phone 11-141
11:00 Holiness Meeting
1:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
COLON THIRD STRUT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:80 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY, C.I.
Savoy J. GUI
3:00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
Union Churches
BALBOA
Rev. Orvllle t. Hine
Balboa Bead at San Pablo Street
Service Meeting Thuridayi, I: p.m.
pastor's Phone 1:146
Church Office 1-3236
1:16 a.m. Church School free bus
service. Classes for all ag.ee.
16:30 ajn Worship Service Church
Time Story Hour for Kindergarten
and Primary Children.- Church-Time
Cradle Roll and Nursery.
6:00 p.m. Post High Fellowship.
6:30 -pm 6:00 p.m. Junior High
Fellowship.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
MARGARITA
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore t. Franklin Paster
Phones: Office. 1-2141. Res. 3-1411
Sunday Servient
t;4l ajn. Church School. Bus lerviee.
Classes: Nursery through adult
MUrferv tot Infanta and small chil
dren.
1:00 p.m. Junior Fellowship,
til p.m. Youth Fellowship.
A eomnlete schedule of auxiliary so-
tlvltlee and official meetings aa an
nounces from week to wee.
QAMBOA
lev. Wsues M. Alderton, Pastet
Off I 1-470 Rea.: 6-130
1:30 a.m. Sunday School.
10:40 a.aa. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and week-day tU tU-vitles
vitles tU-vitles as announced.
Christian Scientist
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Antek af Christ. Sclenttet,
ee Aaeea laulavera
Sunday Services lliOO $M. I
usee
yTiMio.mBk!
tike Read Onea
dsUy except Sundays and holidays
daily axaaat Bundava and hi
:M ta 11:30 aJa. and 1:30 ta 1:M pja.
saturoayi :w to 11 'w a.m.
' Ivening Heun 1:00 to 1:00 p.m. easept
Wednesdays and Saturdaya.
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
SCIENTIST, Crlltobal
All church aerviaaa will be held la
the Oraund Floor Room of the Masonic
Tempi in Cristobal (next doer to the
Margarita FI0ri.1t). Entrance la on Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Avenue through the Arcade.
Sundov Service 11:00 a.m.
; Wedneaday Evening Teatimonloi Meet Meet-Ini
Ini Meet-Ini 1:00 o'clock.
Simdny School Is held at 1:10 a.m.
hearting Room hours Monday 1:06
ta 4:00 p m. Wednenday 1:00 to Ml
p.m.
You are cordially Invited to attend
the eervices and to uie the Reading
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rimes fo nan ani waiitsa tke armed ikfvleaa, and1 it) elvlllak aeltk
bora, (rieadl gS strtklkra.
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Ha deeal-Ha as. aatkea ar baan at warebip end at bat rasvlai aatlvHIk.
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MS Naval etetlaaa.

Catholic
St. MARY'S CMUBCH-kalDea
Sunday Maaawi IM, 6:00. IS 0 and
11:00 kJn,
Holy Day auasee: i M, m, 11:11
wta a:oo
Coniatnioai. Saturday. 1:30 to filv
and 7:00 b 6:00 p.m Thursday, before
First Fries : 7:00 to a 08 o.m
kllraoulaua Medal N ovens i 7aW a.B9
on Mondata,
Catechian elaaai after the 10 auas
on Sunda?.
Hign hciioat ami a; ciue aw pa. ar
waonaaaay.
ACRED BRaBT Aneap
Sunday Maasaa: 7 M h 1:30 ajn
Holy Day maaaaai Itll a.m and 1:00
p.m.
Confeaslonsi Satiday I JO la 6:00 and
i :ia v a:ow p m. inureoay Dei ore rim
rndsv 7:oo b.bl
Sacred Heart Bavattaaa: l.0 mm em
rridsys
Csteehlski CUaal 1:13 la 4141 on
Thursday.
OL'B LADY OP PATlMACarwida
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy bay Maes at 1:10 p as.
ContaasiOMi tiofj te 6:tt bj& aa Sat
urday.
uatecnum eiaaai aaturoay ut ta 10
ajn.
St. JOCBnt-Pknlao
Sunday Maasaa at 1:00 and t:U a.m.
Holy Day Maas at 6:00 a m
Weekday Masses: ...-00 eon.
CtunlmmMnnmt katllrda t '10 In 4-SA iwl
1:30 to 7:3a
CatMhimn Clam: Sunday 1:00 ts IKK)
p.m.
Miraculous Medal Nov ana I TJU em
on Fridsy.
Convert Iflktructlflnat Thuradae 7. do
ST. VlNCBNrs-.panama City
Sunday Maasaa: 6:00 and l:M a.m.
(It It fall on Saturday the Mamas' sr
a:vu ana :au a.m.i
Confessions t Saturday 1:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 p.m Thursdays kef ore First
Tiasy i:su p.m
Mlreoulou Medal N ovens and Su
Hons of the Cross: frlday 7:10 p.m.
fjatecntsm class i artm a an mm an
aunasy
Thumdst
Convert Clam. I JO p.m. Tuesday and
ST. THERESA'S Ceeoll
Sunday Maasi 1:10 a.m.
Holv Dsv Maas: 6:00 ajn. (It H falls
on Saturday 1:30 a.m.)
uatecnum class: 3:30 te t:oo pes. on
Monaay.
Confemlonat 1:00 to 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Parque Lefevre
Sunday Masses; 60 and I tin a m.
Weak Dava Maas: SJD Mon.. Thura.
Frt. and Ssl first Friday mam: 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mimes 6:00 am. to 6:00
pja.
Confeetionai 1:30 to 4i30 and 7 M0 to
1:00 p.m. on Saturday.
auraeuious meaai novenai maay iiro
ptlA.
catechiun Class: 6:10 p.m. on aunasy
1. rHeRCtrbU Bote
Convert Clem: Monday istt p.m.
Sunday Mtsai 7:oo a m.
Holy Day Mass; 1:10 p.m.
ranfaaslhnsi Saturday 1:10 ta 7:30 n.m
Thursday before First Friday 1:10 p.m..
ctteckiam Class: s:io pm. on sun nay.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. on
convert ciaaai a:iu pjs. aa rouraaay
ATLANTIC SIDB
ST. JOSEPH'S Celaa
Sunday Maaaaai I:i5, 1:00 and 1:11 6m
Holv bav Maaaaai 1:41 and 1:00 ajn
and 5:43 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 te 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 p m.
Miraculous Medal Novenai Wednesday
6:15 and 7:00 p.m.
Bicxea rieeri novena: rnaey (.is p jb
Sundsy Evening. Servlcee .7:00 pm.
Convert Clam: 7:is o.m on Mondays
and Thursdays.
cataeniam Class, aunasy 10 tit a.m. to
lltee a.m. 3:00 pm. to 4:00 p.m.
First FrldsyKxnositlon of Moat Blam
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 1 JO
ajn. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotions ta our Lady
of Fatlma The Holy Rotary 1:00 a.m.
First Communion Instructions for chil children
dren children Mondays and Thursdays 1:00 to
i:w pjn.
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristlbal
Sunday Matses: 7:00. 1:00 and 10:30 a.m.
Holv Day Mameai t:HL :BO ajn. and
Sill p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 1:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve
ning.
Miraculous Medal Novenai 1:1a and
7:00 p.m. on Monday.
Catachiaa Oami Afta 140 Maas an
Sunday.
First Frldsv Enaaitliiii all da rim-In.
the School Year.
First Saturday 1 Maas at 1:00 aa.
BOLT FAMILY CHURCH la
Margarita
Bunaay wastes: 7110, tao.
First Saturday Masai
Weekday Maasaa:
Saturday ... 7.00 p.m. te
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Mamas' 7:0 a.m.
confemlon ... i:4J p ib. to
every Monday.
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction
every Wednesday.
DlseuMlon Inquiry Group
every Friday,
let Friday Devotions ...
1st Saturday Devotions ..
u:ou a iu.
0:00 a.m.
1:00 a.m
6:00 p.m
7:00 pm.
5:13 pm.
4:45 p m
Tin pm
7 JO p m
7 AO P.m
10 p m.
ST. VINCEMTB Aalnhaat Clt
Sunda Huai area
l-'olv Day Uahmi a-ao a a.M
conieeaionsi 4 00 u 1:00 ana' ub
s:w p.m aaniraav.
catathlam Cl: 10:61 sat an Sunday
Canvarl Clssa -vary Monday at 1:49
a.m.
Mjrituiaui MeiaJ Havana 1 tiM p.m
rrau
Friday
derau Kaarl Mevanai IM as)
BtMACULATB CONCIPTirj -Oarda
Sunday Memt Sill aja
urday. "
CAlhl.TJ3,"l,05 Menday
OUB LADY Of OOOD COUNSEL
Rund.,M.3o.Bd 1:H a.m.
oly bay Maaaaai SiOt tat and I1O6
pjn
after all evening devotions.
.apitninn bj appointment,
Mlraanlr.it. Vt n
Mmtn
Prlriav
Sacred Heart Movent 1 IM p.m
on
Sunday Sehooii 1:30 pm. on Sunday
Religion Instruction Claw for Chi)
"J":, .l8e "l"1 0B Thursday.
k.llalau. U.lu...!.- j. .It- .
ducted In IttsnUhc ItM a.m mi Mm
6kP
Convert Instructions h iBMlntmkni

Episcopal

Tbi St an S Hakes Qaedaa. BT.D
The Vary Rev. Mauett 4. Petersen.
S.TB.. Daaa
Ant UN .A
TUB CATHEDRAL OP ST. LUKB
SUNDAYS
SUNDAYS
7 JO a a. Holy Communion.
t:U am. Church Sehool (Holy Coca
m union 3rd Sunday I.
9:30 am. Santa Comaaunlon, 3rd Sun
Eacueia Dominical 1:11 am
11 AO am Mornina Prayer and Bar
mon. Holy Communion 1st Sunday.
7 1OO pm tvening Service.
WBDMamDAYB
JOnit. Holy Communion.
IM Bra tSrenini Prayer.
HOLV DAYS
4:00 kJm Holy Communion.
30 a.aa Holy Communion.
DAILY
1:11 a.aa. Mornlne Prayat.
U:O0 Mtp-da Mimionary Prayers,
COCOU
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer. assistant
SUNDAYS
Holy Communion T:iA im
Family Morning Prayer, Church School
iramny sucnarist second
undayl .... 1:11 a.m
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy Communion First
Sunday) 11:00 a.m
Evening Prayer ly Layreaders 7:30 p.m
WEDNESDAYS
Holy Communion 1:30 a.m.
Evensong, choir practice .. 7:30 p.m
Chapel of St. Clare
Santa Clara, R. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Third Sunday
(Holy Communion as announced)
COBOZAL
Chapel el The Oood Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priaat la charge
FRIDAYS
1:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
QAMBOA
St Simon's Chuich
The Rev. John Spear. Priest In Charge
Choral Eucharist and Set-
SUNDAYS
mon 7:00 am
Church School 1:00 p.m
Episcopal Youna Churchmen 1:00 p.m
Evensong ana sermon 1:00
pm
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS.
and rRlDAVS
Morning Prayer and Hoi
Communion 1:00 a m
Evening Prayer
Woman1! Auxiliary. Bid ins
7:00 p.m
WKUNESDAY9 A THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 ajn
Morning Prayer 1:06 a m
Evening Prayer 7:M pm
SATURDAYS
family. Eucharist .....,.. l:So am
Office of Compline 1:00 p.m
LA BOCA
SL Peter's Churek
The Be. John Spear. Priest ta Chkrgs
Morning f rayar ana wnuren
School 1:00 am.
mon 10:30 am
Confirmation Class 1:30 a m
Choral Eucharist and Ser-
Meiy Baptism 12:00 noon
Eveneona and Addraaa .... 7 JO rj m
3rd MONDAYS
Woman's Auxiliary 7 JO DJB
THURSDAYS or fa.AST DAYS
Holy Comniunlon 1:00 aju.
PALO SKCO
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van, L. a Shirley, Prleat la Charge
THURSDAYS
1:30 am. Holy Communion.
MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Xspavl end Braiot Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
SUNDAYS
7:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
1:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion flret Sundsy of
ths month)
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
1:00 a.m. Holy communion.
PABAISO
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales
Priest In Charge
The Bev. David A Osborne,
Vicar Emeritus
SUNDA v-
4:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist aermon
1:30 am Infant Baptism.
3 .00 nm Church School
6. -00 pm Youth Fellowship
t .M m. Evantona and Addraaa.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
) .10 0 in Woman's Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting.
PANAMA CITl
St Paul's Church
The Van. Lemuel B. Shirley. Beetot
SUNLAn
1:00 am. Holy Communion
00 ajn Sunt Eucharist A Sermon
10:4 e ai Morning Prayer and Chureh
School
12:00 rhci Holy Baptism
7 '00 o.m Solemn Vespers
fhaih li Hullrilna. HI I
1:30 a m Holy uommualon
T:I0 a.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
?:M sa Holy Communion
:0a bJi.. Eveninl Prayer
THURKDAYk AND FRIDAYS
1:30 t m. HoLv Communion
HOLY PAYS
00 a.m. Holy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-TXE-SEA
Colbn, R P.
(Oopotits Hotel Washington)
The Rev, J. Peter Farmer, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
SUNDAY
1:00 a.m. Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong A Sermon
B:30 a.m. Mornina Prayer
9:00 e.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m Church School
MONDAY. TUESDAY A THURSDAY
5:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Ivenlnt Prayer
I WEDNESDAY
1:40 e.m. Moraine Prayer
1:00 a.m. Hely Communion
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer Addreat
FRIDAY
e.m. Morning Prayat
f.m- Evening Prayer
m. Children's Eucharist
SATURDAY
1:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7:30 p.m. Of floe of Compline.
RIO ABAJO
St. Chrtttepher'a ChareR
10th Street Parous Lafevre
the Bey Clereaee W. Hayes,
Prleat ta Charaa
The Bey. Cltrcnee A. CrafwaB.
Amlatnt
SUNDAYS
6.00 a.m. noiy communion.
2:10 a m Sun Eucharist and Btrmon.
JO a.m Momlng Prayer end Chureh
School.
12 AO noon Holy Baptism.
6:10 ajn Ivanaona mid Emma
MONDAYS
t jo a m in and trd. wamani Auai-
ban.
TUESDAYS .... .

JO p.m. J usiat Daughters of the

Youfn

t JO J
Feiiawahla.
WtDNUDAYS
I AO a.aa Mole CammuiuaaL
0 aja. Evening Prayer and Rellgleu
Inatruetiona.
rHURlDATS
100 pa Quia Friendly Society.
AO pja 1st and 3rd. Slngletone.
lATURDAYS
t JO am Junior Confirmation daaa.
Other Churches
CHUBl'M OP THE AAEARENB
441 Frangipani St Ancon. C.
Bav. Elmer O Neataa. "paatut
loa Ml Balboa, CX TaJ I I
B. CX
moey acnooi :4t ajn.
srehlp Sarvioa 10:41 am.
tuth aervlcs 4:43 pm
anieiitUc Service ....... 7 JO pm
ayet Serviee. Wed. ... 7 JO pja
METHODIST
Sunday) 1 am. Panama Wealey.
" 10:20 am Sunday School.
" 1:11 pm. Evangelleal Service
ana aermon.
Sunday 7 a.m. Paraiao
10 ajn. Paraiao Sunday School.
7:11 pm. Paraiao Evangelleal
Service.
METHODIST NOTICES
Sunday, Oct 19th I a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson B.D. I pm. Mr. A. A.
Lovell.
Monday, "Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:10
p.m. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday. Oct 2ltt-7J0 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. Ring.
rriasy uo p.m. i-noit rraeuca.
CHURCH OP "THE NAZARENE
Mt. Hope, Canal Zona
(aeroM from Mt. Hope R R. Station)
Rev. James H. Jones, Paitor
Box 5019 Margarita. C.Z.
Phone 3-2470
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Wonhip 10:45 a.m.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer and Praise Service 7 JO p.m.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama BJ?.. Xiro Street East
Hev a. N. Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :0 a.m
SvUl SM I
tu oOO t looqos epung
Rio Abaja, BJ.
Sunday School
3:00 p.m
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
uttnM Thttrl.tf. .1 y -so n.m. and
Sunday at 4:00 pm Win Mamoriai
SOS Salta Road. Balboa.
Kingdom Hall Diablo Heights. C.E.
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4:00 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs Thursdays,
days, Thursdays, 7:00 p.m.
Service Meeting Thuradays. 1:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Kingdom Hall
5861 Diablo Heights
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs Thursdays,
days, Thursdays, 7:00 pm.
CHURCH OP JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 1:10 a m.
Sunday School, Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting. Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief Society. Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 7:30 pm.
Primary; Thursday 4:00 pm.
elephona Batboa 4127
AtlanHa Branch
Building 200, 6choolhoute Road. Catun
sunaay scnooi, sunoay s:au a.m.
Sacrament Meeting: Sunday 11 AO a.m.
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hoartcd cnnreii
utliAM BT I mteBiBi Miniartay
4
Phone Bee. 13-7111 Of. 61-1105
Sunday Bcnooi .......
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship
Youth Fellowship .....
C.unlM WArahm ....
1:10 ajn
11 AO a m
6:00 p m
7:00 e.m,
Preyer and Praise (Wed.
7:00 p.m.
A church nureey In provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHUKCH
St Raphael The Archangel
lath St Waal No. 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday ai iW a.m.
Tuaedaya, Wedneadays and Thuredav
6:30 e.m.
Sacraroani ot Unction (Healing Bar.
vice) Flret Sunday 4 aaeb month a
7 JO OJB,
Metost fUUbei
Bcr
CBejteS)
Bt Bev t. 49mm, D. D. Blabaa
Morning devotion JAO a.m
rellowahlp Worship lltOO am.
Sundav School 3:00 pm.
CHRIST ADELPHIAN BIBLE MISSION
1104 Ith and J. Arosemena, Colon
SUNDAY
Memorial Service lO OO a.m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture 7:10 p.m.
MONDAY
Adult Bible Clam 7:30 p.m.
baha7scenteb
Urbajtluclon El Carmen, Panaml City.
7. !. A IMu.ammtmatm
UUOrBnall A BlJEm BUIU WlBfJuawiwas
Thurday- 'W pjtw
UloA, Ith rtOBt ltreett
Utudy Claaaea Thursdays. J JO bjb
BETHEL MISSION CHUkCB
ESpaiaba St., Paraiao, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H. Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 ajn. Worship Service.
1:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:16 p.m. Gospel Service.
Monday) 7:20 Young People's Society
Wadnaadavi TiM lJid.waak Christian
rellowahlp.
Thursday! a:uo cnou nenearssi.
Friosvt t Jo Women's Mlsalonarr So
ciety.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
13th & Bolivar Ave., CflitObtl, C.Z.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
SUNDAY
Bible Classes
Momlng Worship and
Communion
Eventns Warahln ...
10:00 a.m.
11:00 a.m.
7:30 p.m.
WEUNB3DAX
Herald of Truth
HOK 1:45 9:15a.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 7:20 p.m.
THURSDAY
Questions and Answers 1:45 1:11
HOK. Col6n. H P.
You will receive s warm welooma at
each of our services.
CHURCH OP OOD
Foreign Miaaton Dept. Hdqtrs.:
Cleveland. Tennessee
CHURCH OP GOD Balboa, C.Z.
Wlrz Memorla Bldg.
. 806 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gam tot 431
Sunday Service 11 :00 a.m.
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD paretic C.Z.
No. 4 Paraiso Road
Information i Phone Flralio 633
Sunday Service 11 .00 a.m.
Youth Serviee 1:30 pm
tvangellstle 7:10 p.m.
CHURCH OP 06D Rla Abtje, Pad.
15th Street, Parque Lafevre
Iiidsy 6erviee 11:00 l.m.
unday Sehool 1:66 p.m
vangelletle 7:16 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD Chorrille, Paul.
No. 4-144, 17th Street
Sunday School and
Mornina Service 10:30 a.m.
Evtngellstls 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OP OOD Oatuncllla, Pm4.
Transisthmian Highway, Oatuncllla
Sunday School and
Momlng Serviee 11:00 a.m.
Evangelistic Tt00 pm.
CHURCH OP OOD Santa Rita, Pmi.
iransiauuman nignway, aanta Klta
Sunday School and
Morning Service 12 noon
Bvangellttle 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH Of COD Catlvl, Panaml

iransinnmian nignway, Cttlva
Sunday School and
Momlng Service 11:00 t.m.
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.

CHOt'RCH OP GOD Celaa, Panama

etn street near Meienaea Ave.
Sunday School and
Momlng Service 10:00 a m
.EvmnieUaUa 7:00 pm.
COMMUNITY CHAPEL
Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Bev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1001. Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Phones: Home Balboa 1237
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10 AO a.m.
Worship Service 11:00 em.
Youth Service 4:00 p.m.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m.
Lutheran
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight Street
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Pastor
P.O. Box 666. Balboa. C. 7.
1:00 a m Sunday 6ehool and Bible
ciaas
10:11 sm Worship Service
Holy Communion, first Sunday
01 ine mon m.
Atlantic Side
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. HUbert W. Blemer. Vicar
10:11 a.m. Sunday School and Bible
ciaaa
11:00 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, last Sunday
01 ine mon in.
Jewish
JawtM Walfara Board Bid 712-X Le
Boca load Balboa, CI Rabbi Nathan
witkln Director.
Servle Friday, 7 JO pm Saturday
1J0 a m
(See ao listings ot J with service.
utnoer poata. asses ana stations),
Congregation Kol Shearlth Israel Ave
Mas Cubs and 36th Street Bells Vista
Panaml City Service 1:00 pm.
Posts and Bases
PACIFIC SIDE
Prateetant
FORT AMADOR
Junior Church Sunday School 1:00
Morning Worship 10:00
Church-time Nursery School... 10:00
Fellowship Hour 11:00
FORT KOBBE
Fellowship Hour 11:00
Dally Mass 3:00
Sunday Masses.. 1:00 9 15 A 11:46
Confessions Saturdsy. (:00 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundsy School 9:30
Morning Worship 11 AO
(Holy Communion First Sun Sundsy
dsy Sundsy of Month)
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9:00
Morning Worship .. .. 10:15
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 7 :00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BABE
Sunday School ., 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30
Youth Fellowship ao
Adult Bible Class Monday .. 7:30
Youna People's Instruction
Tuesday :30
18th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday of Month)
Catholie
irrtftT AMADOR
tl.tlv Mass 6:15
Saturday Mass :00
Sunday Masses ....... 1:30 A 11:00
Novena Servtaee Thursday . 7.00
k CorrfeMlftnfrSaturday ., 1:80 7
mRT KUHnl
sundav Mastes a uv. 1 is 11. o
Confessions Saturday 6:00 A 7:30
Catechism Class Wednesday 4:00
tt k. NAVAL. STATION. RODMAN
Sunili. Miu ..9.30
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Mats J'-JO
fonfetslons Sstt-rdsv. . 1:00 7:30
rnsnrit.
fiunriav Mam iu:au
TArSt air rnnr rase
rtallv Mam 3:45
suhmlav Mam 7:00
Sundsy Mssses 7:45 it 12:15
Sundsy Msts (Spanish) 7:00
Novena Services Tuesday 4:16
Canfaaalone Saturday,.. 7:00 1:00
Jewish
Fort Kobbe Saturday 2:0"
USO-JWB, Balboa Friday .... 7:30
Albrook Air Force Saturday 4:00
USO-JWB. Balboa Saturday .. :30
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
rfmT ntrt.trK
Sundav Sahooi
Mornina Wnrshln 11:00
Coffee Cell 0:40
Chureh Nursery 10:30
Catholic
tnif r.m irif
nil v Mass
c.,...., m.m 11:,10
Sunday Mattes ... 1:30. 9:80 A 5:00
Confeatlons Saturday 12:00
4:30 7:30
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday "tic
Seventh Day
Adventist
Weekly Services in all churches
aa follow!:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath School :3U a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 e.m.
Youth's Meeting 4:30 p.m.
orirrtMvanA v
Bible Study ana prayer names
7;S0 pm
...iia Bids Panaml
Paitor r.R. Archbold Tel. 11-1-8190
CabO Verde, Ave. J.r. ae ie uiu no
17.
fhArfiiiA zfttn. no. S7.
Pueblo Nuevo 2.A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abajo iitn oi. go. si
Gamboa and Frljolee
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
Pantnr A. A. Oriule Tel. 6-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
i .a tan J Pft t earn at
rattor uanici moncaaa ii.
75. ..
Panama, cane oarien no. a.
Pedregal A Nuevo Oterare.
Atlentle Side
Pastor a. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English 16th A Bolivar
Ave.
Co on 3rd St.
Pastor Manuel Calderon Tel. 8-2108
Cristobal Spanish 16th A Bolivar
Ave.
Central Offlre
0144 Gavllan Road. Balboa Tel
2-1851 & 2-2611.
THE CHURCHES Or GOD
Ganersl Offlcee Andersen, Indiana
Rev. Wat. Livingston Supervisor
Tha Church af Qed
llth St. (Monte Oseure Rd.i Rio Abaie
stev. w. a. jennies ratter
Sunday School 6:10 a.m.
Morning Worship 10 80 a.m.
Sunday Night Service ... 7:30 p.m.
The Chuch of Gad
7031 Eighth Street
Mrs. L. C. Donaldiea, Pastor
Mernlnt Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday School 1:80 a.m.
Sunday Night Service .... 7:11p.m.
The Chureh of God
New Providence
Mrs. M. Hlnes, Paatot
Sunday School 10:00a.m.
Sunday Night. Service .... 7:30p.m.
Mornlnt Worshlri 11:00 a.m.
First Church ot God
Cor. JanMleajh Trinidad Sts.
ftlnbW City, C.Z.
Rev. Wm. Uvlnrston, Pat tor
Rev. O. W. tirandloaa. Ama. Paataa
Sunday School f JO a.m.
Mojnifit worship 10:30 a m.

nday Night Service .... 7:20 p.m.

Deliberate Default
Charges On Highway
Projects Made Plain
WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Albert Gore (D-Tenn.) h 1 1
charged that gome idminittrition
officials are considering, a "delib "deliberate
erate "deliberate default" on federal govern government
ment government highway obligations to the
atatei deipite the fact Congren
tcted to prevent it.
He urged Preiident Elsenhower
in a letter made public yesterday
to make it clear the federal gov government
ernment government will not default on its
obligations.
The senator also said some of official!
ficial! official! plan to exercise control
over the highway contrail made
by the states to parcel out re reduced
duced reduced apportionments to they will
not all come due at once.
Gore laid the penny-a-gallon In Increase
crease Increase in gasoline taxes voted by
Congress will not bring In enough
money to pay for the federal
share of state highway projects
already under contract.
He quoted Federal Highway Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator Bertram D. Tallamy
as stating that the Bureau of
Public Roads plans to hold some
state vouchers for leveral weeks
next June to put them into a new
filctl year.
"To me it is inconceivtble that
the federal government thould de default
fault default in its solemn obligation to
the states by refusing prompt re reimbursement,"
imbursement," reimbursement," Gore said.

Three Mine Officials
Arrested For Tipple
Blast In Kentucky
PIKEVILLE, Ky. (UPI) A
heivy charge of dynamite blasted
a coal tipple on the north edge
of Pikeville at 12:40 a.m., today
and damaged houses In a three three-block
block three-block radius.
Walter P. Walters, who with
Dan Walters owns the tipple,
swore out warrants against three
officials of United Mine Workers
Union District 30.
On the basis of the warrants
police arrested District 30 field
representative Joe Castle, secretary-treasurer
Matt Combs, and
vice president C. E. Beane.
A hearing on the charges of de destroying
stroying destroying private property and en endangering
dangering endangering lives bv the use of
dynamite was set for today. State
police said they assumed the
cases would be waived to the
grand jury and the UMW officials
released under bond.
Police who investigated said the
blast did about $9,000 damage to
the tipple. It blew the facings off
doors and windows of houses
icrosi the street, blew in several
doors and smashed many win windows.
dows. windows. Walter Walters has been one of
the most active and outspoken
coal operators in opposition to the
UMW strike which began last
March 9.
Health Bureau Club
Start Receiving
Their Invitations
Preparations for the Club
Health Bureau's "Night In Ber Bermuda"
muda" Bermuda" Halloween dance, which
will be held on Oct. IT at the Ca Ca-lno
lno Ca-lno Vina del Mar, got underway
this week with the issuing of in invitations
vitations invitations throughout the city.
Every asDect to Drnvide enter
tainment has been given full attne-
tion, uie club's tpokeiman declar declared
ed declared the Willie Moro Orchestra, will
Drespnl. various alprtinnc nf mu.
sic that is native to the Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. Another highlight will be a
variety of talented vocalisti who
win De presented as guest singers.
Guests are been encouraged to
wear colorful outfits, he It Rirmii.
das, fancy-pants, montunos or
snort -wear In arlrlillnn thr mill
be the traditional Halloween gifts
for all guests.
CONGRESSMEN VISIT ITALY
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we ioreign ottice. rne group, led
by Rep. Paul A. Fino (R-N.Y.),
included Repi. Silvio 0. Conte (R (R-Mass.),
Mass.), (R-Mass.), Dominick V. Daniels (D (D-N.J.),
N.J.), (D-N.J.), John H. Dent (D-Pa ), Ro Roland
land Roland V. LibonaU (D-Ill.), Emilio
Q. Dtddtrio (D-Conn.), Dtnte B.
Ftscell (D-Fla.), Robert N. Gli Gli-imo
imo Gli-imo (D-Conn.), and Alfred E. San San-tangelo
tangelo San-tangelo (D-N.Y.).
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Areai on both sides of the Isth Isthmus,
mus, Isthmus, ai well ts at Rio Hito will
be utilized by U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean units for weapons training
during next week.
Antiaircraft guns will fire from
Battery MtcKeniie, Fort Sher Sherman
man Sherman reservation, over the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean sea. High explosive shells
will be used and weapons will be
fired throughout the week, Sunday
included, from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
daily.
Those likely to be boating or fly flying
ing flying in the area are warned that
firing will extend a maximum hor horizontal
izontal horizontal range of 16.6 milei from
360 degree (due north) to 270 de degrees
grees degrees (due west) from Battery
MacKenzle. The maximum alti altitude
tude altitude will be 60,500 feet.
Also on the Atlantic side, the
Fort Davis small arms range Is
to be in use on Wednesday, Sep September
tember September 23, from 7 t.m. until 5
p.m. Record and practice firing
with the .45 ctliber pistol will be
in progress, with a maximum al altitude
titude altitude of 2000 feet and a maxi maximum
mum maximum horizontal range of 1850
yards.
Weapons activity will be in pro pro-ress
ress pro-ress at the Fort Sherman known
distance range and the P i ft a
light artillery range on a 24-hour-a-day
basil during the entire
week. A field exercise is to be
conducted, with troops using mi mi-chine
chine mi-chine guns, rifles and hand gren grenades.
ades. grenades. Smoke grenades and demo demolition
lition demolition charges also will be deton detonated.
ated. detonated. The maximum tltltude will
be 100 feet tnd the horizonttl
rtnge 60 yards.
On Fridty, Sept. 25, t pyrotech pyrotechnic
nic pyrotechnic demonstrttlon is scheduled for
the Gulick dock area, G 1 1 u n

Lake, from 1 to 3 p.m. Flares,

A Liberal Church Devoted to the Religious Ideal
of Individual Freedom
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
362 Ancon Bird Ancon, C. Z.
A cordial welcome is extended to all to attend
Sunday services at 10:30 t.m.

SPEAKER: Henry W. Finn
Instructor, Florida State V.
SUBJECT: "Current Trends In Educational PWlosephy"

"The things taught In gchooli. .aire not en education
hut the means of education." Ralph Waldo Emerson,
Unitarian.

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A cordial Invitation to bring your family to a 8.8. true to
its purpose teaching the Bible as God's Inspired Word
to men. ,4 .,
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God's design for every Christian Is one who witnesses arid
worries for Christ our Lord.
6:00 JET CADETS AND HIGH SCHOOL :
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What does Paul teach about Christians who pervert the
Gospel? The hope on the Christian Is Christ's sure re-
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In Gethsemane there were three different (troupe of ;
people; these same groups exist today.
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL 10:40 R. L. Snyder 1
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages);
It'i obvious today that aecular education alone Is not
able to meet the moral demands of this age. You and
your children need Bible tralnlni; we can helrj you.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
A trained Christian It a uieflil one. i ;
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There are times when our professed consecration Ut
a positive sin. ;
GOSPEL SINGING AMPLE PARKING
MISSION MINDED EVANGELICAL FRIENDLY
FOUR FULLY STAFFED NURSERIES

clusters and ptrtchutes will fee
used for troop training, with b
maximum altitude of 400 feet and,
a horizontal range of 300 yards.
Firing un a 24-hour-a-day bails
it on the tcnedule for the Rio Hs
to training trea for the entire
week of September 20 ss USAR USAR-CARIB
CARIB USAR-CARIB troopi undergo trtinlnf.
Mortars and rifles will be firad.
Maximum altitude is 13,500 feet
and the horizontal range ii &00
yards.
On the Pacific side, Empire
Known Distance Rtnge will be
utilized between 7 t.m. and" S
p.m. from Tuesday, Sept. 22
through Saturday, Sept. 26. Rifle
training will be in progress' with
the maximum altitude 75 feet and
the horizontal range 3500 yards.
Mortar firing it to tike puce tt
Empire Artillery Rtnge on t 2t-hour-t-day
basis from Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, September 23 through Fri Friday,
day, Friday, September 25. High expIosiVB
and white phosphorus ammunition
will be used, with a maximum'
titude of 6500 feet and s horizon

tal range of 8000 ytrdi.
Baptist Women V I
Program Sunday
Missionary Plans;..
The Women's Missionary of ths
Pinamt Baptist Church will pre present
sent present a program tomorrow tS
p.m.
Among the participant! will be
Miu Clara Wattley, special aids
teacher at Paraiso Jr. HlgTh
School, guest-speaker- Mn. E.-L.
Ftweett, teacher of Pedro Miguel
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .11, U5f
Chisox Can Clinch 1st Flag In
LEADING
(Bated en 400 official at bats)
National League
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Pale Hose Victory Plus
Tribe Loss Ends Race
viv-, Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

PAG1 SIX

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: By JOHN GRIFFIN
NEW YORK, Sept. 19 (UPI) This could be
the day Chicago White Sox fans have been awaiting
through 40 long and bitter years.

Eve since the pennant-winning
White Sox of 1919 became known
as the "Black Sox" because they
were 'charged with "throwing"
the Jfforld Series against Cincin Cincinnati,
nati, Cincinnati, Chicago fans have dreamed
of another title team that would
help -4o erase that unhappy mem mem-orv.
orv. mem-orv. The, dream will come true tonight-
if things break right for
the Sox, Chicago can clinch at
least a tie for the American
Leagtte pennant by beating De Detroit
troit Detroit In an afternoon game. Then
the White Sox would become tne
league champions if second place
Cleveland loses its night game a
gainst Kansas City.
The White Sox moved to the
threshold of the title last night by
.coring a typical 1-0 triumph over
Detroit on a home run by Sher Sherman
man Sherman Lollar and the five-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching of Bob Shaw.
Cleveland kept Iti oll-but-gone
hopes "alive" by whipping Kan Kan-City,
City, Kan-City, 11-2, behind th. pitch pitch-In
In pitch-In Jim Perry. But the Tribe
remained 5Vi games behind Chi Chicago
cago Chicago and the end Is In sight.
In other A.L. games, the Bos Boston
ton Boston Bed Sox downed New York,
6-4 and Washington edged Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, 53. The big Nationa
League showdown between Los
Angeles and San rrancisco was
rained out, and a doubleheader
was scheduled for today. In the
only N.L. action, the Chicago
Cutts downed Philadelphia, 5-4, in
IS innings.
Shw allowed only one base base-run&er
run&er base-run&er to reach third in gaining
his4Tth win of the year. Jim Ri River
ver River gave him fielding support

jbe Gordon Quits As Manager
01 Cleveland Indians; Will
Finish Out Season With Club

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UPI) -Joe
Gordon, apparently in a win
nTelse" svtuauon ana embitterea
to second guessing by general
manager Frank Lane, yesterday
definitely removed himseli as
Sger of tne Cleveland Indians
Gordon said he would finish out
the year as manager of the second-place
Indians, but would no
conwder taking tne job again next
.u "under any cu-cumsiances.
Gordon said it obvious that
harmony cannot be achieved be between
tween between i'rank Lane and my sell.
He referred to a simmering
feud between the two that broke
wide open in the closing weeks
a this year's close pennant race
between the Indians and the lead leading
ing leading Chicago White Sox.
Gordon, the former dazzling sec second
ond second baseman who was on four
Yankee pennant winners and once
-for Cleveland, made his announce announcement
ment announcement in a prepared statement
four hours before Friday night's
jame with the Kansas City Ath Athletics.
letics. Athletics. Tha Indiana were 5 1-2 games
behind with 8 to play and the
"magic number" of the White
Box wins and Cleveland defeats
to give the flag to Chicago was
down to three.
Gordon did not actually resign
Friday for he had only a one-year
eontract. He only removed him himself
self himself from consideration for the job
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DUGOUT GLOOM Manager
Walter Alston wasn't happy on
the bench as his Los Anpolrs
pitching ace, Don Drysdalt, con continued
tinued continued his slump.

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with a ninth inning catch at the
right field wall that robbed Gail
Harris of a home run. Lollar pro provided
vided provided the game's only run when
he slammed his 21st homer of
the year off loser Jim Bunning in
the fifth inning.
Bud Daley of Kansas City held
Cleveland hitless and had a 1-0
lead until two out in the sixth in inning
ning inning of their game when Jim
Piersall homered to tie the score.
Daley then departed during a six six-rnn
rnn six-rnn rollv hv the Indians in the

seventh inning and the Tribe add
ed four more in tne ninm rin rin-sall
sall rin-sall and Minnie Mifioso led the In Indians'
dians' Indians' attack with three hits each.
The Red Sox, who routed Duke
Maas In a five-run first-inning
rally, carried 4-0 lead into the
last of the ninth Inning against
the Yankees. But then lefty
Frank Baumann weakened and
the Yankees scored four runs
before Bobby Richardson fouled
out with the base loaded to end
the game. The Yank rally fea featured
tured featured Hee Lopex' 21 st homer.
urn Vi eerier nitched a five-hitter
for the Senators in their win over
Baltimore while Jim Lemon ieu
his support with his 33rd homer,
it was Lemon's fifth homer in
the last eight games.
The Cubs neat me nmuri
the 13th inning when Tony Taylor
walked, moved to second on Geo.
Anderson's error, and scored on
Irv Noren's single. Gene Freese
and Wally Post of the Phils and
Sam Taylor of the Cubs hit horn horn-crs
crs horn-crs
The N.L. rainout In San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco left the Giants leading the
league by two games over both
the Dodgers and the Braves.
next season and that may not
have been necessary.
It was authoritatively reported
that Lane would hire Leo Duro Duro-cher,
cher, Duro-cher, the former Dodger and
Giant manager who only Thurs Thursday
day Thursday resigned a lucrative television
job, to manage the Indians in
1960.
Gordon came to Cleveland as
manager early last season to re replace
place replace Bobby Bragan who was
fired by Lane.
Lane said recently that Gordon
thought he had become a genius
and would not accept any advice.
Lane said he thought Gordon did
a better job as a manager last
season.
Perhaps the most stinging and
obvious barb in the rift between
Lane and Gordon came earlier
this week when Lane publicly cri criticized
ticized criticized him for not calling a bunt
during a situation in a 1-0 loss to
Boston.
Earlier this season it was known
that Lane was unhappy over the
benching of Billy Martin and
Jimmy Piersall.
Pennant Races
At A Glance
NATIONAL LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pet. GB TP
San Francisco 82 64 .562 8
Milwaukee 80 86 .548 2 8
Los Angeles 80 66 548 2 8
SAN FRANCISCO At home
(3) vs Los Angeles (3), Sept. 19
(double-header), 20. Away (5) at
Chicago (2), Sept. 22, 23; at St
Louis (3), Sept. 25, 26, 27.
Los Angeles Away (8) at San
Francisco (3), Sept. 19 (double (double-header),
header), (double-header), 20: at St. Louis (2). Sept.
22, 23; at Chicago (3), Sept. 25, 26,
27.
Milwaukee At home (3) vs
Philadelphia (3), Sept. 25, 26, 27.
Away (5) at Philadelphia (2),
Sept. 19, 20; at Pittsburgh (3),
Sept. 11, 22, 23.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
TEAMS W L Pet. GB TP
Chicago 91 57 615 6
C'levelsnd 8f 62 T,78 .V 7
CHICAGO A! home (2). vs.
Detroit (2), Sept. 19, 20. Away
(4); at Cleveland (1), Sept. 22, at
Detroit (3 1, Sept. 25, 26, 27.
Cleveland At home (5), vs.
Chicago (1), Sept. 22 Kansas City
(4), Sept. 25 (doubleheader), 26,
27. Away (2); at Kansas City (2),
Sept. 19, 20.
SHARE QUITS HAWKS
ST LOUIS (CPI) Charley
Share, a regular with the St.
lxmis Hawks sin,-e 1955, has re
lired from National Basketball
Assn. competition. Club officials
had announced earlier they
planned to trade the Hawk team
captain.

G AB
144 591
136 435
143 575
14621
142 539
143 571
138 552
145 535
143 547
134 500

Aaron, Mil.
Cun., St. L.
Cepeda, S.F.
Pinson, Cin.
Boyer, St. L.
Temple, Cin.
Math., Mil.
Rob., Cin.
Mays, S.F.
Moon, L.A.
109 211
61 152
.357
.349
.322
.320
90 185
125 199
80 170
97 177
108 171
.315
.310
.310
106 165 308
116 167 .305
87 151 .302
American League
Kuenn, Det.
Kaline, Det.
Run., Bos.
Fox, Chi.
Wood., Bal.
Tuttle, K.C.
Minoso, Cle.
Rich., N.Y.
Cerv, K.C.
Power, Cle.
132 531
129 488
141 538
150 605
136 427
126 463
144 553
127 440
117 431
143 577
93 186 .350
79 159 .326
91 168 .312
80 185 .306
62 129 .302
74 139 .300
89 165 .298
48 130 .295
55 126 .292
100 166 .288
Runs Batted In
National League
Banks, Cubs 137
Robinson, Reds 125
Aaron, Braves 118
Bell, Reds 111
Mathews, Braves 102
American League
Colavito, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Killebrew, Senators
Lemon, Senators
Maxwell, Tigers
106
105
j 100
98
92
Home Runs I
National League
Banks, Cubs
Mathews, Braves
Aaron, Braves
Robinson, Reds
Mays, Giants
42
40
38
36
31
American League
Colavito, Indians 41
Killebrew, Senators 40
Lemon, Senaton 33
Mantle, Yankees 31
Maxwell, Tigers 80
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated en II or more decisions)
National Leaguo
Face, Pirates
Antonelli, Giants
Law, Pirates
Conley. Phils

W L Pet.
17 1 .944
19 9 .679
17 .654
12 7 .632
13 8 .619
13 8 .619
17 8 .739
18 8 .692
20 10 .630
15 9 .625

Newcombe, Reds
Podres, Dodgers
American Leaguo
Shaw, White Sox
McLish, Indians
Wynn, White Sox
Mossi, Tigers
by Pcd Grange
What is the belly series? There
are manv variations of the hell
drive or. ride series, all actually
refinements of the old hidden bail
play.
On this play out of the T, the
quarterback fades, back a couple
of steps on taking the snap. He
slaps the ball into the bull-back's
middle while moving forward with
him. At the last second, the
quarterback takes the ball back
the fullback and tosses it to the
left halfback, who circles right
end.
The fullback keeps the ball at
times. The left halfback can be
sent off tackle. Frequently the
quarterback fakes to the left half halfback
back halfback and drops back to pass or
run.
Question: How wide are the
goal posts under the new rule?
Answer: To encourage field goal
kicking the posts in college foot
ball were widened fromV18 feet 6
inches to 23 feet 4.
Addresses football questions to
Red Grange, NF.A Service, 461
Eighth Ave., New York 1, N.
Questions of general or unusual in
terest will be answered in this co
lumn. Other questions cannot be
be acknowledged individually.
BELLA VISTA
RELEASE
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HIGH COMMAND Dale HaD, the new head coach, plans strategy with five members of th
Army football team. The players are, left to right. Bill Carpenter, the 'lonely end," and the
i hard-hitting backs, Bob Anderson, Joe Caldwell, John Eielson, standing, and Steve Waldrop.

Tenth Annual Grid Jamboree
At Mt. Hope Stadium Friday

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B ylO S C A RaFR A L E

NEW YORK (UPI) Kyle
Rote, the former SMU grid star
and New York Giant ace, looked
past his ro football career today
to stepping into television with
such former athleteg as Bob Ma Ma-thias.
thias. Ma-thias. Bob Richards, Chuck Con Connors
nors Connors and Rocky Graziano. ;
Rote's aims and ambitions,
however, are beyond mere mon money.
ey. money. The man from Texas, strange strangely
ly strangely enough, doesn't want to strap
on a pair ot pisiois or cany
silver-headed cane.
"I really want to do something
for the kids," he says nrmiy.
In an era where the accent is
on murder and mayhem, and
where the "hero" usually slays
half the population of the studio's
great outdoors to make his point.
Kyle's thinking seems not only
unusual but also extremely ne necessary.
cessary. necessary. '('CONCEALED"
SELF-IMPROVEMENT
"Everybody talks about juvenile
delinquency," he adds. "But no nobody
body nobody seems to do anything about
it We just go on showing the kids
how to 'fan' a pistol or how to
fire a sleeve gun. What's wrong
with giving them fun and enter entertainment
tainment entertainment with a concealed
improvement program?"
Experienced h&i
Returning To JC
Some of the best news heard
on the J. C campus this fall was
that two big experienced ends
from last vear's team were re returning
turning returning to j.C. Tech this fa!'.
Harry Keepers and Gary Alex Alexander
ander Alexander were standout terminals
last year in the school league and
each was selected to play in the
big Palm Bowl game. The ter ter-min.i.
min.i. ter-min.i. twins" ftach weigh in at
one sixty and stand six foot or
over.
Harry and Gary are not only
fine pass catehers but are also
good blockers. However fine their
offensive work may be it will sure surely
ly surely be overshadowed by thie ruth ruthless
less ruthless threatment of enemy ball-carriers
when on the defense.
Also very much in the picture
in regard to winning and end po position
sition position on the 1959 JC squad are
Dan Jenkins and Lou Sprauve. Al Although
though Although new to the game, Sprauve,
a Paraiso boy, has looked good
and already has a T.D. to his
credit in game-condition scrim scrimmage.
mage. scrimmage. Sports Shorts
BARBER ENTERS "GATE"
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
Jerry Barber Thursday became
the 115th pro to enter the $40,000
Golden Gate Open golf tournament
which begins next week.
SAN FRANCISCO UPI) The
San Francisco Korty-Niners have
claimed halfback Lenny Lyles on
waivers from the Baltimore Colts,
Lyles, a former University of
Louisville star, was Baltimore's
first draft choice in 1958.
REED ENTERS STAKES
MARTINSVILLK, Va. (UPI) -Jim
reed of Peckskill. N. Y. .win .winner
ner .winner of the 1959 Southern 500 auto
rara at Darlington, S. C, has
entered the annual Virginia
Sweepstakes 500 here Sept. 27

Rote made a beginning along
these lines six years ago by help helping
ing helping to found the National Sports
Council, a self-sustaining, non noncommercial
commercial noncommercial organization which
has 142,000 youngsters enrolled in
a mail order course teaching the
sports secrets of the stars.
"You'd be surprised at the let letters
ters letters we get from these kids," Rote
said. "They tell us things they
wouldn't tell their parents. They
ask us for advice on their prob problems.
lems. problems. We try to answer each one
of them as completely as possi

ble."
SPORTS STARS FEATURED
In an attempt to carry this
'positive approach to juvenile de
linquency a bit farther, Rote
has emceed three pilot films for
a series he calls "Live Like A
Champion." In them he moderates
as head coach in a clubhouse ses
sion and his films include one on
iudo, a second on basketball with
Bob Cousy as the star and a third
with Carmen Basilio on boxing.
"I have lined up stars such as
Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Joe
Louis, Joe Lapchick, Doak Walk
er, Chuck Conerly and others,"
Rote explained. "What I want to
do is show the favorite exercises
of the champions, secrets of each
sj)t and wind it up with a man-to-man"
talk telling kids how to
dress, eat. sleep and how to ac acquire
quire acquire healthy habits.
"It all simmers down to a self self-improvement
improvement self-improvement program for the
kids," he continued. "But it will
all be worth while if just a few
kids are helped on the road to
being solid citizens. Sure, we have
to do it in an entertaining manner
but they'll come away from it
with secrets on sports, physical
fitness and on becoming better
Americans."
Alberto Loney Goes
To U,5. College On
Tennis Scholarship
Alberto Loney, singles and
doubles champion of the recently recently-conducted
conducted recently-conducted Isthmian Open Tennis
Tournament, left Thursday by for
the United States where he will
attend Central State College at
Wilberforce, Ohio. He is a grad graduate
uate graduate of the Abel Bravo High
School.
A prominent figure in sports
circles, having starred In track,
softball, table tennis and tennis,
young Loney has been a consistent
winner of championships. He ran
away with top honors in 1957 in
the open table tennis tournament
conducted at Paraiso for nigh
school boys.
His' triumph in the Atlantic side
Omphroy Open Tennis singles in
1957 and 1958, made him a heavy
choite for Jhe recently conducted
All Isthmian Open Tournament
which he won at the Olympw: ten
nit courts in Panama City. In this
tourney he teammed with Paul
Harper of the Atlantic side and
was also victorious in the double
championship.
News of Loney's tennis achieve
ments reached the coach at Central
State, who mailed him a scholar
ship in June to attend the institu institution
tion institution this fall. He is scheduled to
o into competition immediately!
following his arrival at Wilber-
force,

the 1959 football season will of

ficially get under way on Friday
night, Sept. 25, at Mt. Hope Stad Stadium.
ium. Stadium. This makes an even ten
years for the Jamboree at Mt.
Hope, with the 1960 Jamboree,
sure to be played in the spacious
Coco Solo Stadium.
This season will bring together
the same four squads (Balboa.
C.H.S., A.C., and J.C.) trying to
score tne most points in all three
quarters played by each team.
The scoring will oroceed as fol
lows: ioucnaown-6 points; Field
Goal-3 points: Safety-2 ooints: and
the try after Touchdown-1 point.
iue program win start witn all
four teams linin-up along the
sideline stripes, and then the
queens and cheerleaders will en
ter. Color guard and national an anthem
them anthem will follow. Starting the first
quarter of play will be Athletic
wuq opposing Junior College
Then in consecutive order:
Second quarter-Cristobal H.S.
vs Balboa H.S.
Third Quarter-Balboa H.S. vs
Junior College
Fourth quarter-Cristobal H.S.
vs Junior Colloge
Fifth quarter-Balboa H.S. vs
Athletic Club
Sixth quarter-Cristobal H.S.
vs Athletic Club
At the conclusion of the sixth
quarter Paul Back, Principal
of Cristobal High School will pre present
sent present the C.H.S. STudent Associa Association
tion Association Trophy.
.1959 football in the Canal Zone,
will also mark the tenth year of
tackle football, as a high school
varsity sport. Interest has cert certainly
ainly certainly increased among the stu students
dents students and adults. Each year the
Jamboree has broken its previ previous
ous previous attendance record, and 1959
looks like another record vear.
ine football squads are reoort-
ed to be in good shape, and no
serious injuries have been report reported
ed reported from the startine elevens.
College, will open with A.C. in the
first quarter of play, and from
all reliable reports, it should be
a good season for Coach Brown
and his Green Devils.
Balboa, will have a Red and
White game under their belts be before
fore before this Jamboree, but thev still
have many inexperienced players
on their starting team. This team
will develop as the season pro
gresses.
Cristobal Tigers, will be tops on
the defensive side this year, with
an all-lettermen line returning.
Their offense will depend on Mc Mc-Gloin's
Gloin's Mc-Gloin's running and Whittakers'
passing. The Athletic Club, will
have many new faces, mixed with
a few veterans in F'earon, Rankin,
and Cicero.
Starting time of first quarter
will be 7 p.m., and the opening
ceremonies will start at 6:30 p.m.
Admisssion will be $1 for adults,
$0.25 for S.A. Students, and $1 for
student without S.A. cards.
Final Quarterfinal
Matches In Girls
Net Tourney Today
Hilma Cooke yesterday joined
Jttnin Hobort in the semifin semifinals
als semifinals of the Girls Junior Tennis
Tournament being played at the
Panama Olympic swimming
pool tannis courts by boating
Ruth Phillips in straight sets,
4-3, 4 3.
This afternoon Morcodos Ar Ar-gote
gote Ar-gote plays Mary Esslingor In
the last quarterfinal match.
This match was scheduled for
Thursday but was postponed on
account of rain. This morning
Mitxl Swera mot Botsy Foster
in another quarter final contest.
The winners of today's two
matches will oln Jtanine and
Hllma In the somlflnalt which
will ba ptayad tomorrow.

National Leagu;

TEAMS
w
S2
80
80
75
7i
70
to
41
L Pet. GB
44 Mt
U .541 I
M .541 2
72 .510 7Vi
74 .48 11
74 ,47 12
80 .452 It
86 .415 21j
San Francisco
Los Angeles
Milwauke
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
Philadelphia
Today's Games
Los Angeles at S. Francisco (T-N).
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N).
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at St. Louis IN)
Yesterday's Results
(13 innings)
Phila. 010 003 000 000 04
Chic. 001 100 020 001
8 1
5 1
(o-l)
Hill-
Owens. Mever. Rnwman
and Lonnett.
Ceccarelli. Elston Hpnrv
man (7-11) and Taylor.
Los Angeles at San Francisco.
(Postponed, rain).
Only games scheduled.
30 GARDEN GAMES
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Knickerbockers announced
Wednesday thev will nlav n n.
time high of 30 National Basket-
Dau Assn. nome games at Madi Madison
son Madison Square Garden for the 1959-60
season.
INTO TO VISIT DETROT
T "IT Tit r xm rmn ( .
vninvii lurii-Htieavyweignt
champion Ingemar Johansson of
Sweden arrives here next Tn.
day for his first return to this
country since winning the title

CZ United ) Fund Match Play
Open Golf Tournament Gets
Underway At Amador Sept. 29

The 1959 Canal Zone Fund Match
Play Open Golf Tournament will
get underway at the Fort Amador
Golf Course Sept. 29. Col. John
D. Coney, president of the Ama Amador
dor Amador Club, announced that the tour tournament
nament tournament is open to all -Isthmian
men and women golfers, and that
no green fees will be charged for
tournament rounds.
Entry fee for the full handicap
toruney, to be played in flights
is a $3 donation to the Canal Zone
United Fund. The donation is to
be made at the time of entry at
the Amador clubhouse.
Qualifying rounds for men will
be played form Sept. 29 to Oct.
4. Players should make their en entries
tries entries early so that qualifying
rounds. All participants will be
placed in 16-man flights by han handicap.
dicap. handicap. Consolation flights will be
set up for first round losers.
Each round must be finished by
the following dates: Qualifying
round by October 4, first round
by Oct. 11, second round by Oct.
18, third round by Oct. 25, and
the fourth and final round by Nov.
1. In case of ties, additional holes
will be played to determine the
winner.
Fort Amador course rules will
apply, and the one stroke pe penalty
nalty penalty rule will be in effect.
An engraved replica of the per
manent Canal Zone United Fund
Golf Trophy will be awarded the
low medalist in the qualifying
round. Valuable prizes will be pre
sented to the winner and runner-
up in each flight and the winner
of each consolation flight.
The Canal Zone United Fund
Open Golf Tournament affords an
excellent opportunity to give as-
INJURIES HIT SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (UPI) The
Syracuse University football team
was hard hit Wednesday when it
was announced that injuries have
sidelined end Dave Baker and
quarterback Bob Thomas for the
season. Baker is suffering from a
re-injured right knee and Thomas
from a bad back.
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American League

TEAMS
Chicago
Cleveland
New York
Detroit
Baltimore
Boston
Kansas City
Washington
W L Pet.
1 57 .15
GB
85 42 .578
74 73 JOJ
72 75
71 7
70 77
490
483
476
3 83 .432
42 15 .422
Today's Games j-
Detroit at Chicago
Cleveland at Kansas City (N) '
Baltimore at Washington (N)
Boston at New York.
Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)
Boston 500 100 000 1-,-l'r
New York 000 000 0044 9 1 g
Bauman (6-4), Fornieles and
White. M,
Mass (13-8), Gabler, Grba and
Berra, Blanchard. ...
(Night Game)
Baltimore 100 000 0023
Washington 013 000 Olx 5
Walker (11-9), H. Brown
Triandos.
Fischer (9-9) and Courtney.
5 2.
9
and
(Night Game)
Detroit 000 000 0000 5 -0
Chicago 000 010 00x-l 4 ft
Bunning (16-13), Sister and Betw
beret.
Shaw (17-6) arid Lollar.
Cleveland 000 001 60411 3 1
Kansas City 001 000 0012 5 1
Perry (12-9) and Brown.
Daley (15-13),. Herbert, Grun-,
wald and House.
sistance to worthy organizations'
throuah the entrv fa
Prizes to be awarded are being
aonanea Dy Dusmess firms in Pa Panama
nama Panama City.

GUN. CLUB
NOTES
By SHOTGUN BILL
pedro Miguel
Lee Carr, that veteran shotgun
shooter of the Pedro Miguel Gun";
Club, got back to the Isthmus in
time to give a 100 Bird shoot at
the club last Sunday.
However, not being satisfied '.
with escaping from the terrifying
States traffic, he had to pioneer a
trip from Chicago through the-'
Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence-
Seaway to Montreal. He also tried
to win the Veteran's Trapshooting
Championship at the Grand Am
erican Trapshoot at Vandalia, Ohio
but just missed getting into the mo ,:
ney.
A on othej Lee Carr ahooti,
this trapshoot last Sunday was a
grab-bag merchandise trophy
shoot, which does not mean n.
cessarily that the best score nbii ',
the best trophy. As it turned out--I
did not want the singing teakettla -which
cost more than the kitchen
knives which I took. I took them them-so
so them-so I could learn to carve the turt :
key I hope to win this fall in ont
of Lee Carr's popular turkey
shoots.
For those interested in who else
grabbed a trophy read the scorei '1
below Also notice that Johnson
and Rowland from Cristobal Gun
Club took home a trophy. ,.,
50x16yds. SOxHdoD. Toial

H. H. Shaklett 47 44 9lxil

Andy Handy

47 43 90a-

A. H. Dawson
47 42 89X
47 40 87X
47 30 86Z
40 44 84
37 41 78
42 35 72'
Luke Snavely
Walter Johnston
Lee Carr
W. W. Lowland
J. L. Cook
Florine

36 ;

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Cristobal Gun Club skeet-en
went about their weekly; clajfv
breaking on Wednesday last- with-
shotgunners' usual disregard j!K
inclement weather. ?. r. ..
Russ Norris barely lost fifJSSu
straight bv over-estimating

drop of his low-house opUdnJSJJ!

wnue woe Kueter, George Lor t
and Art Sutton all 23-ed; The t2

mainaer:
J. D. Shields
Walter Johnston
N. F. Keller i
H. Smith
C. Hayward
r. Chollar
1XZ
IF

the club will hold a lurEQCt
shoot on Sunday, Sept. 20, witn I
lucky gunners to nave their choice.
of turkeys or hams, as long si
the turkeys last. Tha shoot will 1
tart at 1 p.m. f



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SATURDAY;- M. 1S9
TBI PANAMA AMZK1CAN AN VSVITTSDTHT DAILY NIWSFATEB
PAGS SKVIfT"
Oh
Mystery: 'He Still Wants To Be Ruth'

Mantle

Stengel

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8 0
7V4 Vi
6 2
6 2
6 3
4 4
4 4
3 5
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AllOfWlXID LEAGUE
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Team
Tropelco
Mutual Of Omaha
Vanada Dry
imel Winston Salem
fjloji, Co. Inc.
Jfchico de Oro
L Gnral Tires

Ef;JUncho Gardens
Boyd Brother!
Plait Blue Ribbon

Leading averages: (Men) Wat-oh-189,
Alvarado 181, Ortiz 178.
iWomen) Flores 148, Karst 146,
Burchett 145.
TROPELCO 4 CHICO OE ORO 0
The Tropelco Hi-Fi's went wild
and itretched their streak to eight
win in a row, being the only
team without a blemish. Only the
first game was close, being de decided
cided decided by 21 sticks. However, the
Tropelco Quints paced by Steve
Bathke went crazy, beating the
Chico de Oro Stamps by 137 pins
in the middle game, and 159 in
therend tussle.
Leadoff man Bathke started the
aecond and third games with turk turk-ies
ies turk-ies and finished in both with 210
and 202 count, for a 590 scratch
artd 65 handicap. Next in line
was policeman Jim Catron with
JTO handicap, and Dolores Castro
carried off a 546 handicap set
and anchor man Lou Glud tallied
503 scratch and 515 handicap.
The only Chico of the Chicos de
Ore that passed his bowling ex examine
amine examine was Navy George Schuller
with 530 handicap aeries.

MUTUAL OF OMAHA 4
EBONITE 0

V- The Mutual of Onaha Indians
i nsurance group, pulled off a mild
Saurprise when they swept the se se-liies
liies se-liies from the power laden Ebo Ebo-Siites..
Siites.. Ebo-Siites.. In the curtain, raiser, the
'Mutuals carried enough protec protection
tion protection to walk ofNvMi the winning
fchit. In the secoild-.encounter,
Uul Alvarado spilt 220v-pins and
I the Mutuals won by 145 sticks.
I With Alvnrarin remaining red

hot with a 216 the Omahas com com-pletet!
pletet! com-pletet! the route by winning the

4hird game. Aivaraaos nnai io-
.1 A1ft trrfltrh a worthv

eris in any competition, Giving
n?Wiinnhfff ttaiil 'AaV Hfclpin

"TGlud with 546 handicap set and

: Any .. seratin oi AiorooK assisted
i the winning cause with 502 handi-

t-. Top th heater! Thomtis. T.111S

Castro legalized a 523 handicap

let, ana mue aeuy nsn. nau a
. 315 handicap.
CANADA DRY 4
PABST BLUE RIBBON 0
In the battle of the bottled bev-
erages the Canada Dry Spurs in inflicted
flicted inflicted severe damage to the
Fabst Blue Ribbon Beers, by
sweeping all four points. Pabst
has yet to break into the win col column,
umn, column, but will be strengthened
when: their big man Joe Bieber

gels started in the next outing of

the., league.

Bjll Fish, the Canada Dry's

anchor man, rolled a commend

able 525 scratch series, and Eddie
Bathke broke into the regular
lineup of the Soft Drinkers with
a 576 handicap. Captain of the
team, Gene Schreiner stuck a 507
handicap and money bag Harry

Rmrse balanced the budget with
a 501 handicap.

For the Pabst Brews, Jim Red
Sawyer was the best ith 497

handicap.
CAMEL WINSTON SALEM 4
- TURCO 0

Wmless Turco Products were
plastered with a 4 to 0 defeat by
the Camel Winston Salem, packs

of dganuos. The Camels Wins

tonf Salems were never pressed

in any of three games, piling up a
104 pin advantage.

Serious Bee Jensen was the big
tar for CWS, witha resounding
630 handicap series. Bob Carlin,
hawed midseason form with a

504 "Scratch and 592 handicap. An

ther damsel Dona Terry Alva Alvarado
rado Alvarado was very proud with her 584
handicap set, and Don Hansen

sanded in a 542 handicap tab.

For the Turco Sultans, Mary
MdlfW and Burt Deveau endeav endeavored
ored endeavored to lead their team to victory
mM," rl .-J ror I i:

wiiu aoo ana ooo nanaicap sets
-" DILLON CO. INC. )
- BOYD BROTHERS 1

The contractors of Wilson Dil Dillon
lon Dillon went to work early and with

out too much labor, built them themselves
selves themselves a win in the opening round
by 67 pieces of -maple, The next
round was close but Dillon Dillies
still had enough material on hand
to win by three.
The finale was another nip and
tuck tussle, but the Boyd Broth Brothers'
ers' Brothers' Pelicans insurance peddlers,
broke through to salvage one
po nt with a ten pin pickup. The
only Boyd Brother insuror to
break into the charm circle was
Manny Fernandez with 510.
For the Dillon Dillies the two
members of the fair sex gave
good account of themselves; Gin Gin-ny
ny Gin-ny Hassler had 541 handicap
and Louise Glud a 509 handicap.
Victor Yoyo Ortiz saved face for
the strong sex with a 505 handi handicap
cap handicap series.
GENERAL TIRES J
EL RANCHO I
The El Rancho Gardens cul cultivated
tivated cultivated two winning efforts, each
one very close, the first by 22 and
the second by four sticks. Ho Ho-ever,
ever, Ho-ever, General Tires showing no
signs of wear, rallied and came
back with a big 928 game to ga'n
an even split.
The two gals for the El Ran Rancho
cho Rancho Gardens, were the scoring
luminaries for their earn with
515 and 522 handicap series. Three
of the General Tires were non non-flats,
flats, non-flats, Ronnie Meade came out of
retirement and nailed a 538 handi handicap
cap handicap and Airman Marvin Fred
flicked off a 508, but it was Mim
Smith who stole the show with a
562 handicap figure.
COSMOPOLITAN LEAGUE

Teams Won Lett
A.P.A. 7 1
Lan Chile 6M 1H
Tahiti 4 4
Johnson's Seahorse 4 4
Abernathy S.A. 4 4
Tasco 3 5
Lee's Steakhouse 2V4 5 Mi
Colonial Insurance 1 7
Leading Averages
Men
Earl Best 208
Mac Lane 194
Dick Soyster 190

Women
Mimi Metzger 157
Vi Rudy 151
M. Mitchussen 144
After two weeks of bowling the
two airline tea(niin ;the? Taittf d
Cosmopolitan -League are flying
high with the defending Champs,
A.P.A., holding a slim half game
lead. A.P.A. beat Tahiti 3 to 1
with Captain Earl Best continuing
his torrid pace of a 208 average
for the two weeks of bowling.
Best's 233 in the first game
coupled with Frank Prusinowski's
220 and a "Dutchman 200" by
Dick Soyster enabled A.P.A. to
score a 1065 game. Trie Flyers

lost the second game by one pin
and won the final by one pins.
Ed Kinkel led Tahiti with 534. For
A.P.A. Best had 624 and Soyster
585.
Lan Chile iwept to a shutout
over Tasco Batteries 4 to 0 Bi;
George Foiger, after a bad first
game, came back with games oi
209 and 241 for a 561 series to
lead Lan Chile. Cajt. Ted Albrit Albrit-ton
ton Albrit-ton scored 535. Pepe D a m i a n
sparked Tasco with 528.
Johnson's Seahorse registered a
3 to 1 victory over Lee's Steak Steak-house
house Steak-house and established a new han handicap
dicap handicap series total of 3016. Lee's
Steakhouse won the first game by
two pins but the outboard 5 roar roared
ed roared back to win the final two and
total pintail. George Metz r 552,
Don Rudy's 516 and Vi Rudy's
499 paced the winners. Mac Lane's
580 was high for Lee's Steakhouse.
Abernathy S.A. beat Dolonlal In Insurance
surance Insurance 3 to 1 to go in a three
way tie for third place. Charley
McGlade, a newcomer to the
League, -led both teams with 511.
Bill Rogers again wa high for
Abernathy.
George Foiger; 241 and Vi Ru Rudy's
dy's Rudy's 172 were tbe high Single
scratch games and won each of
them two Steak Dinners at Lee's
Steakhouse, Next week the high
Handicap series will be the chal
lenge to win the free dinners.
Tahiti 1
Barbour 439
Camby 420
Massi 466
M. Kunkel 434
E. Kunkel 534
A.P.A. S
Soyster as
P.' Best 358
Mitchuason 442
Prusinowski 548
E. Best 624
Lan Chile
Foiger 561
Borgis 435
M. Albritton 373
Thompson 459
T. Albritton 535
Lte's StMkheuse 1
Hassler 485
P. Lane 372
N. Melanson 322
T. Melanson 534
M. Lane 580
Johnson's Soarwse 3
V. Rudy 499
Herrington 492
M. Metzger 465
G. Metzger 552
D. Rudy ' 516
Abernathy I.A. I
Rogers 494
Gunn 431
R. Schmidt 417
B. Best 450
T. Schmidt 411
Colonial Insurance 1
Klumpp 433
Coleman 373
Voss 486
Brown 407
McGlade 511

by
JOE WILLIAMS

By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) There
are several reasons for this edi edition
tion edition being the worst Yankee club
.n 34 years, not the least of
which is Mickey Charles Mantle
being about to establish a 1 new
club mark and taking dead' aim
at the major league strikeout re record
cord record of 138.
Mantle' increasing instead of re reducing
ducing reducing hi strikeout total is one
of the deep mysteries of base baseball,
ball, baseball, especially this season when
he is sounder physically than
since be lirst showed up as a
19-year-old Class C shor t 1 0 p
suddenly made into a outfielder.
What's wrong?
"Well, I'll tell you," says Casey
Stengel, next to Mantle the one
most vitally concerned. "Almost
from the time Mickey reached
the Phoenix camp in the spring
of 1951, all of you guys described
him as another Babe Ruth, I am
as guilty as anyone. I suspected
he might be, too, and didn't pull
any punches popping off about
him. That goes for a lot of sound
baseball people, including Joe Di Di-Maggio.
Maggio. Di-Maggio. None of us ever saw such
a recruit.
"Mantle's trouble is precisely
this. Having been called another
Babe Ruth, Mickey wants to stay
that way. You can't blame him
for that. Anther Babe Ruth
would get $1,000,000 a year."

Mantle has led the American
League in home runs in three of
the last four years with 52 in
1956 and 42 last trip and try trying
ing trying desperately to repeat could
be the Oklahoma Kid's biggest
problem.
"Mickey it like a card player
who refuses to play his ace,"
says Perfesser Stengel, "which
would be to bunt his way out of
a slump. This despite the fact
that he has more all-round abil ability
ity ability than any other ballplayer I
have ever seen, and I've been
around longer than most.
"Ruth didn't have the speed
required to bunt his way out of
a slump. This boy has, while
still hitting the ball as far as
anybody ever did and striking
out oftoner than even the Bam Bambino,
bino, Bambino, the home run specialist
with the tremendous swing.
"The way things have been go going,
ing, going, Mantle will have to change
his stance or do something to
improve his batting ave rage.
Mickey may even get around to
bunting down the third base
line, which is something he could
use to advantage."
Stengel always contended that
Mantle with his quick start, long
stride and prairie wind seed
should neve be shut out in a
game. "Mickey would have hit
.400 in the dead-ball days," he
insisted.
The New York club's front of office
fice office has had Mantle examined
for everything, starting with his
eyes, and found nothing physi physically
cally physically wrong with him.

Yet the Taunted Switcher of

should be at his peak at 27, con con-respect,
respect, con-respect, the strike zone. And as
tinues to miss pitches right down
the middle.
Unlike Ted Williams and other

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Mickey Mantle

top hitters, Mantle doesn't fully
respect tht strike zone. And as
Joe DiMaggio points out in dis discussing
cussing discussing Mantle, "You can't be
successful and be reaching for
th;ngs. The ball must be hit
where it is pitched and that with
rare exceptions should be in the
strike zone"
Perhaps the most unsual thing
about the Mantle enigma is that
he has. played brilliantly in the
field while in his protracted
slump and swiped 21 bases. He
has even curbed his temper.
Maybe he grew tired on Stengel
admonishing him after he 'i "'
kicked everything within reach
in the dugout, "The water cooler
didn't strike you out, son."
Queried about Mantle's diffi difficulty,
culty, difficulty, Enos Slaughter, the veter veteran,
an, veteran, says, simply, "His timing is
off."
Maybe Mickev Mantle needs a
new alarm clock.

WINS FOUR, TIES ONI
ALBANY, Calif. (UPI)-Jockey
from Floyd Patterson. Johansson
will speak at a press conference
the following Thursday at the De Detroit
troit Detroit Athletic Club.
Ismael Valenzuela won four races
outright at Golden Gate Fields
Wednesday, finished in a dead
heat for first in another and
missed winning the feature by a
nose.

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not be unseemly to mention tnat
in addition to lazy susan stairs, a
Martini trough from which the
Manhattan skyline is visible, and
Hungarian pastry decor, the new
$33 million Aqueduct track also
has race horses.
In fact, one of them, Hillsdale,
Detroit owned and Calif, cam campaigned,
paigned, campaigned, may be the nation's best.
In 14 starts since September, '58,
his score is 12 firsts, two seconds.
And in taking the Big A's inaug inaugural
ural inaugural feature, at odds, he made it
seven in a row.
The handsome 4-year-old colt
did it the hard way, too, coming
out around horses off the far bend
to capture a smasher from Cap'n
Harry Guggenheim's Bald Eagle,
and up his bankroll for the year
to $480,000, which, as his proprie proprie-tor,
tor, proprie-tor, Clarance (Catfish) Smith,
drawled, "Ain't bad for an ole
Hoosier horse."
Indiana is more distinguished
for literary lions, spark plus,
precocious basketball goons and
Steve Hannagan than thorough thoroughbred
bred thoroughbred horses.
But Hillsdale's a Hoosier, all
right. The Catfish bought him off
Mrs. Helen Kellogg's breeding
farm out there and Monday she
was in the stands cheering as he
accounted for $37,880 or exactly
$12,880 more than she sold him
for.
The Catfish... "I played foot football
ball football at Georgia Tech in the late
'30s and all Smiths who play foot football
ball football In Georgia, are called Catfish,
and I don't have to tell you why."
THE ORIGINAL CATFISH
Fortunately, we happened to re remember.
member. remember. Georgia University
years before, had an all-America
lineman, a. Leonard Smith, if me memory
mory memory servei, and because he liked
the things, or maybe looked like
one, his campui alias was Catfish.
He's the fellow who stopped Alble
Booth in the Yale Bowl, gripped
him by the back of the neck, held
him aloft, and reportedly said:
'N0w little boy. Just what were
you planning to do?
Smith is a man of heroic pro proportions
portions proportions himself. His business is
engineering... "we design refrl-

gerators, cook stoves, thing like
that. We started with one little ole
office, now we got 17 around the
counlry. I hope you don't mind
ma bragging a little."

The Catfish would also be en entitled
titled entitled to brag about how he start started
ed started and staved with a trainer and
a jockey not many people ever
heard of until Hillsdale started to
make the headlines, Marty Fallon
and Tommy Barrow, respectively.
Fallon graduated from riding to
training. Hillsdale is, of course,
the biggest thing that ever hap happened
pened happened to him; the closest he came
to fame as a rider was in the
Hollywood Gold Cup... "Seabis "Seabis-cuit
cuit "Seabis-cuit won it and I came in fifth."
OBSCURE HELPERS
Why had the Caftfish picked the
obscure Barrow as his jockey?...
"Fallon liked him and that was
good enough for me. Also, when
we picked him Hillsdale wai pret pretty
ty pretty obscure, too. Anyway, I've yet
to see a jockey who can ride faster
than his horse can run."
The Catfish is sports happy.
Cliff Battles works for him in
Washington, Hapalong Cassady in
Detroit. Football fans know them
well... "I even got some prize
fighters" the Catfish admitted
shamelessly. "One of them Wilfie
Greaves, is going to fight Sugar
Ray. And I got a young welter welterweight
weight welterweight named Billy Collins who
one day is going to be... well,
he's going to be another Hillsdale,
that's what."
To get back to the Big A. The
crowd, 42,473, was a Monday re record,
cord, record, excluding holidays, yet U
was rather dwarfed by the im immensity
mensity immensity of the nlace. "We've till
got a selling Job to do," confided
one of the lower case A's. "New
York race trackers are so condi conditioned
tioned conditioned lo misery and abuse, our
problem is to try to break down
their resistance to comfort .and
courtesy. It won't be easy, either."
Gov. Nelson Rockefeller was al alternately
ternately alternately booed and cheered when
he galloped Into the winner's cir circle
cle circle to present a trophy. "Why the
boos?" we asked of no one in
particular. "Why the e h e e r s?"
wa the prompt response. Indicat Indicating
ing Indicating the man wa a Democrat, or
else holds the Governor responsi responsible
ble responsible fpr the 17 1-2 per cent betting
bile, stiffest in the land. Even so
the Governor' was "all smiles when
he left, comforted, no doubt, by
the thought that rome what may,
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Foster's cottafei. Mir Santa
CJari. Reasonable rates. Phone
talbaa 1866.
Gcnnell Bliss, Sjnta Clara private
guest house accommodates 8.
Two min. te beech... your own
behio with hammocks. Play Playground,
ground, Playground, pingpong, badminton
archery, barbecupe etc. Putting
green and cow pasture golt.
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PHILLIPS Ocean We Cottage
leota Clara da P. Pkone Pa Panama
nama Panama 1-1177 Cristobal 1-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: October first,
houte 304. 3d St. Lai Cumbrei.
3 bedroom, 1 bath, maid'i room
and bath, 1,200 mt. fenced,
$100 monthly. Telephone Balbe
1816, Heritor 0859-B, Balboa.
FOR RENT: Chalet, two bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, porch, living room, din dining
ing dining room, maid'a room, $125.
No. 16, Aquiline dc la Guardia.
FOR RENT: Home, 2 bedroom
(I air cond.), enclosed porch
(or 2 more bedrooms) 1 bath,
some utilities, maid' room and
bath, 2 carport, large yard with
bahio, fruit trees, Fairchild
Mango, Grapefruit. Lime. Lemon
and Orange. $125 month, Ne.
413 and af 4th treet, (private
raid) Lai Cumbres. See after afternoons
noons afternoons 3:30-6:00 p m. week weekdays,
days, weekdays, all day Saturday er Sunday
afternoon er call Violetta Las
Cumbrei 2347.
FOR RENT: Modern residence,
furnished, exclusive area, Paiti Paiti-lia.
lia. Paiti-lia. Two bedrooms, dining room,
very spacious living room, ter terrace,
race, terrace, ehauffeur'i room, maid's
room $200.00 monthly. Phone
3-6168.

FOR RENT: Chalet. Newly
constructed. Three bedrooms,
itudio, garage, large fenced yard,
hot water. Calle G, Loma Alegr
i phone Balboa 3228.

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Canal Zone Society For
The Prevention Of Cruelty
To Animals
Box 14, Balboa, t- t-
Phone: Curundu 5113
The following enlml
Coroul Veterinary Hospital
need good homes:
1 Male native terrier, not J
old, very friendly, light tan,
"Mike"
ajall the above telephone number
tor the following:
1 Male, part Joa-terrler, black end
white, mm. old, house broken,
fd with children
emale blonde eocker spaniel. It
mos. old
t Female kittens, black and white,
1 mos. old
1 Female eat, Mark and whtte, 1
year old.
SUPPORT TOUR SPCA.
TOU NEED IT. IT NEEDS YOU.
GIBRALTAR LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
Jim Ridge
Harry Cornell
Davis Stevenson
Box E Diablo, C.Z.
Telephone Pan. 1-0551

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"But you have to install it today! My wife says
she won't drive another dav without a Mark IV"
Guardia y Cia., S.A. Tel! 3-7225 Ext. X, Panama
City.

Apartments

FOR HINT: Newly built apart apartment,
ment, apartment, three large bedroom,
terrace, porch, two bethi, maid'
room, garage. Nuevo Campo Ale Ale-grc.
grc. Ale-grc. 2-3405.
FOR RENT: Spacious 3 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living room,
dining room, three bathrooms,
hot water, maid" I room, garage
etc. Manuel Maria Icaxa street
"Formentor Building". Phone
J-4994.
FOR RENT: In Candrejo com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment, two
bedrooms, living, diningroem,
balcony around, maid's room,
garage and hot water. Tel. 2 2-2883.
2883. 2-2883. FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, two baths, dining
living room, kitchen, porch, hot
water installation, Independent
maid's room, bath, laundry. DO DO-NICHITA
NICHITA DO-NICHITA building, two blocks
from Minimax and Santuario Na Na-cional
cional Na-cional $130.00. Ask gardener
for keys. Tel. 2 0481.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, two bedrooms, living-dining
room, hot water,
maid's room, garage, etc. 49th.
Street, liabelita House, Tel.
3-4994.
FOR RENT: Two apartments,
one bedroom on Rochet Street
No. 14, and Tivoli Avenue. Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. Tel. 2-1032, Mr. Car-
FOR RENT: Modern apartment
living-dinlg room, two bedrooms,
bathroom, maid's room, laundry
room, garage, balcony. Very cool.
Residential area. "Santuario'
street, Samuel Lewis Avenue
(pink house). Phone 3-2585.
FOR RENT: Apartment, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, livingroom, tiled kitchen,
garage, $45.00. Vista Hermosa,
House 32, Ricardo Miro St. Tel.
3-2474.
FOR RENT: Apartment two
bedrooms, living-dining room,
bath, etc.. screened $65.00. Be Be-lisario
lisario Be-lisario Porras No. 56 Key No. 1.
Information 2-2316 and 3-0234.
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartments, opposite ocean.
Phone 3-3349.
AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
Government Employes
Service Personpel
Finance Tour New Or
Used Car
GOVERNMENT
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO S6 Ma
on new ears
AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Belgium Princess
Expecting A Baby
Come Next Spring
BRUSSELS (UPfi -Prince Al Albert
bert Albert and Princess Paola are ex expecting
pecting expecting a baby next spring, the
palace announced today. If it is
a boy the baby would be second
in line to the Belgian throne.
Albert, 25, is the brother of
King Baudouin, a bachelor, lie
married Princess Paola Ruffo di
Calabria of Italy last July 2.
They returned from a Iwo
month honeymoon in Mallorca and
Spain last Sunday.

Automobiles

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
3-2568.
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: 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: 52 Chevrolet two
door, powerglide, good condition,
good tires, new paint, $400.
Navy 3969.
FOR SALE: 1949 Pontiac two
door sedan, radio, hydramatic,
jeep engine complete. Tel. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2589.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Mainline
Tudor. Duty paid, good condi condition,
tion, condition, standard shift. Panama 3 3-4325.
4325. 3-4325. FOR SALE: 1 957 English Ford,
4 door Consul. Duty paid,
$1.000 .00, no less. Call 2-5820.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile,
4 door sedan, radio, good tires.
1955 Buick 2 Dr. Sp. Coupe
Century, excellent condition,
5624-A. Diablo. Phone 2-4106.
FOR SALE: Austin Healy Sprite
1958, 6,000 miles. Owner leav leaving
ing leaving Isthmus. Tel. 3-4931 (Pa (Panama
nama (Panama )
FOR SALE: 1957 MG roadster,
white walls, radio, wire wheels,
excellent mechanical conditions.
See Mr. Zappi Lot No. 2, Smoot
y Paredet.
FOR SALE: 1931 Model A se sedan
dan sedan $125.00. 17" portable
Silvertone T.V. Curundu 5253.
Car Rentals
Business trip te the interior?
Rent a dependable Hertxear from
Fiesta Car Rentals. Tel. 3-4568.
Lobby El Panama Hilton.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Brand1 new boat,
twin trailer, 20 feet long. Rea Reasonable
sonable Reasonable price. For information
call Panama 2-2882.
FOR SALE: 18 Vi ft. outboard
cabin cruiser, 22 horse power
motor. Equipped liscened for 6,
a wonderful fishing boat. Must
ell. last price $600.00 by Sept.
20th. Call Balboa 2-3782.
FOR SALE: 16 ft. runabout
6V2 ft. beam. 25 h p. Evinrude
motor. Trailer and equipment.
Ready to go. Call 3-2400.
r
Animals
WANTED: Female beagle pup
pedigreed. Phona Navy 3533.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies. A.
K. C. Registered. Phona Navy
Pacific 2391.
FOR SALE: Doberman Pinscher,
1 year old female, good watch watchdog,
dog, watchdog, excellent for breeding, de descendant
scendant descendant of AKC champions.
Write Box 212, Rodman or see
at 825-A Farfan.

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
GREAT WHITE FLEET
New Orleans Service Sails Arrive
Cristobal
ULl!A Sept. 11 Sept. 19
YAOUE Sept. 18 Sept. l
MORAZAN Sept. 25 Oct. 3
'CIBAO Oct. I Oct. 10
YAQIIE ... Oct. Oct. 17
Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
New York Service Sails Arrives
MUSA Sept. 16 Sept. 22
JUNIOR Sept. 22 Sept. 27
SAN JOSE Sept. 29 Oct. 4
METAPAN Oct. Oct. 11
HEREDIA Oct. 13 Oct. 18
IJMON Oct. 20 Oct. 25
METAPAN Oct. 27 Not. 1
Also Handling- Refrlferated ana Chilled Cargo
CR1STOBALW.C.C.A. FEEDER SERVICE
rEXITA Every (15) Days
Weekly sailing of twelve passenger ships to Ne
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle
SPECIAL EXCURSION FARES FROM
CRISTOBAL ANDOR BALBOA:
To New York and Return $275.00
To San Francisco andor Seattle and Return ..$400.00

TELEPHONES:
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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Refrigerator S.E.,
good condition $75.00. Maho Mahogany
gany Mahogany bedroom set, single bed,
chest of drawers dresser, night
stand 10 mos., old excellent
condition. 3-3125 Margarita.
FOR SALE: Washing machine,
automatic, excellent condition.
$80.00, phone Amador 5243.
FOR SALE: Radio phonograph
console $40.00, bunk beds with
1 set springs and mattress $25.
234-A. Gatun 5-320.
FOR SALE: Two sets twin bad
mattress and box spring.
$100.00, curtains. 3-7110.
FOR SALE: Dining tat, home home-bar,
bar, home-bar, desk, refrigerator. Via Ar Argentina,
gentina, Argentina, E d i f i c i Monterrey,
apartment No. 2, Tal. 3-7611.
BARGAINS NOW
Mahogany Dining Room (5 Pes.)
Sets from 39.00. New Mattres Mattresses
ses Mattresses 6.50; Spring 12,50; Enamel
Topped Kitchen Tables 1450;
Mahogany Double Beds complete
with New Mattress from 69.00
(7.00 Down-5.00 month) Easy
Credit Terms on Metal Dinette
Sets, Living Room And Bedroom
Furniture. Alson Chest of Draw Drawers
ers Drawers 8.50; China Closets 15.00;
Ice Cream Chairs (New) only
12.50. CASH or CREDIT. W
Deliver HOUSEHOLD EX EXCHANGE
CHANGE EXCHANGE 41 Auto Row. Calle 3 3-4911
4911 3-4911 or 3-7348 for free ap appraisal
praisal appraisal an your eld furniture.
FOR SALE: Living room set,
bedroom sat with twin beds, new
box spring and mattresses, two
firls bicycles '26 and '20 inch,
three mirrors, mise. items. Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 3180.
FOR SALE: Columbia stereo
Hi-Fi console, blond wood, ex excellent
cellent excellent toned controls. 1959
model. Give away price $100.
leaving country", Balboa 3-708.
FOR SALE: Norge upright
freexer, Norge Ice-box Admiral
TV, small brown sofa, Chinese
chest. Hob-nail crystal dessert
set, miscellaneous glassware and
kitchen utensils, lightolier lams.
Panam 3-0377.
FOR SALE: Doubl bed metal
with mattras and spring $15,
metal dresser $7, table and
chairs, $1, each 5520-B. Diablo
phone 2-1784, Balboa.
Personals
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.2.
PHONE BALBOA 1709.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Modern local In
Ricardo Arias Street. "Lux"
house, $60.00. For information,
Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: Office (pace,
Mercedet building, above Aveni Aveni-da
da Aveni-da Balboa' Post Office, with
condition, good tirer, good paint
private bathroom, watchman,
very reasonable rent. Tel. 3-3054
OFFICES FOR RENT
In centrally located building
across from Lux Theatre; near to
National Bank and Government
Offices.
Apply:
Maduro, Moses y Rimmington
Calle 34 Este No. 6-19
Telephone: 3-0P53
Domestic
WANTED: Maid for general
housework and some cooking,
speaks English, age 20 to 35.
Call between 8 and 3 p.m., 3 3-6722
6722 3-6722 or 3-5992.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at iva-awa price by the
truckloadf. Call 2-2641.
FOR SALE? Garrad R.C. SO,
$10.00; 40 reel Ted William
pole $12.00; spinning rig,
$10.00; small pole and reel,
$5 00; 2 tackle boxes, $5.00;
large set, trains, $40.00; child
, Spaulding golf clubs, $20.00;
Intercom 3 unit $5.00; power
supply radio $5.00; Delta band
saw, $50.00. Tel. Balboa 2 2-1569.
1569. 2-1569. FOR SALE: Movie camera S
m m. Revere Turret Lens 2.5,
1.9, 1.4. Balboa 2-3091, $70.
FOR SALE: Miehelin tiros pure
rubber for European can. 12,
13 14 and 15 inch. All sixe
for American car alio.
MOTORES NACIONALES, S.A.
National Motors, Inc. Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row.
SRUNDIG
Germany' most complete fully
STEREO line of radio-consoles.
Short wave radio, fine changer,
AMFM, taperecorder. all wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up in beautiful cabinet, See
GRUNDIG before you buy. We
have duty-free prices-
CASA SPARTON
Central 26-109 Calidonia
FOR SALE: Clearance sale, be below
low below cost, Cosco metal Cardtable
sets with four chairs. Thirty in inches,
ches, inches, $30. Thirty inches $40.
Canal Agencies, Cathedral Plan.
Telephonl Panama 2-0324.
FOR SALE: "Leak" stereo 50
amplifier and stereo paint-one
preamp. Two months eld. List
price $300.00. Will tell for
$195.00. 2-3290.
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NEW YORK F. Dell-Agnese,
manager of the tower section of
the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, de describing
scribing describing how Soviet Premier Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita S. Khrushchev reacted to n
elevator breadkdown that forced
him to walk five flights of itair:
"Khrushchev took H in xllMvt
humor. He joked."
NftW YORf Arthur-
publicity manager for the Ma Majestic
jestic Majestic Theater commenting on
tho sellout that resulted from Mr.
Nina Khrushchev's decision to see
lTie music Man 1
"She sold out she house. She
should come here every night."
FORT WORTH, Tex. Maj.
Kenneth Lewis, of Denver, Colo.,
pilot and only survivor of the B-58
Hustler that crashed and burned
on takeoff Wednesday night, siz sizing
ing sizing up the supersonic jet bomber:
"li's a good ship and I'm
ready to fly it again."
SAN FRANCISCO Rep. John
F. Shelley (D-Calif.). ursine 'labor
leaders at the opening session of
we At L.-uiu convention to op oppose
pose oppose vigorously any congressmen
who supported strong labor re reform
form reform measures:
"Chase out of the halls of Con
gress everybody who worked for
the Landrum-Gnffin Bill."
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The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "COTOPAXI" Sept. 81
M.V. "SARMIENTO" ...Oct. 1
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GCA1RA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA, NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
AND FRANCE
S.S. "REINA DEL MAR" (80,825 Tout)
(Air-conditioned) Wot. M
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" 4 Oct. 8
S.S. "POTOSI" .....f. ......Oct. 7
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOIXAND
AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.8. "DALERDYK Kept. SS
S8. "LOCH AVON" tt ....uin-Oat. A
TO UKCONTINENT
S.S. ."DINTELDYK" Oct. S
M.V. "PAR1MA" Oct. 10
ALL SAILINGS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
TELEPHONES:
Cristobal $-l547 Panam 1-lWl Balboa 8-19.S

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Lot 500 and 1.000
met (re, in tb Nnrv Hipedrem
Urbanisation acreee the Rntoa
Racetrack. AU lets with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. CaN W. Mclaraett.
Tel. 4-0976.
FOR SALE: 4Va hectare in
Carre Axul 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, phono
Balboa 2-3133.
FOR SALE: New chalet in
modern residential area. Phono
Albrook 2290.
FOR SALE: Completely furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedroom cottage at Core Core-nado
nado Core-nado Beach. Beautiful viaw, fruit
and shad trees, well water and
2 power plant. Writ R. W.
Hills. Box 1449 Balbea. C.Z. for
appointment. Call at cottage Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Services
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phono
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Avenue.
ALLIED UPHOLSTERY SHOP
(Elolse, Manager)
We specialise in Furniture,
Drapes, bnpeover and car
upholstery
Our vast experience make every
job guaranteed neatness and
punctuality
Transport Baxter, S.A. next to
II Ranche
(Temporary Location)
Telephone 2-4586. Panama, R. P.
TELEVISION SERVICE. If you've
got trouble, We're en the double.
U. S. TELEVISION Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 Panama. From 9 a.m. to
10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
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Miscellaneous
Sammy Ward, recent $tate ar arrival,
rival, arrival, expert hair stylist, is new
making West Bank girls oven
mora beautiful. Genell's Cocoli
Clubheuso Beauty Shop. Navy
3812.
Murder Charges
Filed Against Woman
Who Hired Killer
COCHRAN, Ga. (UPI)-Police
said today murder charges have
been filed against a petite, dart
haired woman accused of offering
a young Negro $600 to kill her
former husband and ms present
wife.
The woman, Mrs. Avalon Arnold
nt Jlrnnville. Fla.. was arrested
Thnrftriav whilo visitinc friends in
Twiggs County. Ga. She was taken
Up jail at Macon, Ga., where the
Tcnarges were brought by two sis
ters of the late J. Arnold.
Bleckley County Sheriff Gus Bid-
dens said Tommy Mason, sn 18-
year-old Negro, admitted that he
shot and killed Arnold and ser
iously wounded Arnold's wife with
a shoteun July 11. Mason unou
cated Mrs. Avalon Arnold after
he was arrested in a stolen car at
Neptune Beach, Fla., four days
after tne shooting.
Giddens said Mason told him
Mrs. Avalon Arnold approached
him on a street here, bought him
a Hamburger and cigarettes, and
offered him $300 each to kill both
Arnold and his new wife. Mason's
parents live on the Arnold farm
Giddens said Mason told officers
he made several trips to the bus
station in Jacksonville where Mrs.
Avalon Arnold allegedly was to
meet him and pay him the money.
Mrs. Avalon Arnold denied the
charges. The sheriff said she
would be held W Macon while his
investigation continued.

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INVESTOR'S
GUIDE
By BAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
23 E 45 St., Now York
Q. I want to invest $2,000 in
good bonds for a little boy's edu education
cation education some 16 years hence.
What would vou advise?
A. If you really mean bonds
noi siocks i suppose some U.
S. Treasury issues due then
would be an idea. Ym) ran eot
anywhere from three to four per
cent current income and. also a
guaranteed 16-year rise in price
since many of these I bonds are
selling at substantial discounts
from the level at which they
will be paid off.
That would be one idea.
If you wanted to take a
chance on increasing capital
more in order to cover the like likely
ly likely rise in tuition costs we will
see over the next 16 years, you
will have to take a slightly larg larger
er larger risk. In that case, you could
buy some convertible debentures
yielding around four to 4 1-2 or
4 3-4 percent which are conerti conerti-ble
ble conerti-ble into common stock. If the
common goes up, your bond will
rise in value. The second idea, of
course is by no means as safe
as the Treasuries in which
there is no gambln at all.. But
the Treasuries tie you to a fixed
amount of dollars.
In other words, if you buy a
bond for $850 today you can be
sure you will get $1,000 when it
matures. But your next ouestion
is:
How much college tuition will
you be able to buy with $l,ooo
in 1975?
Q. We are in our 60s, both in
ill health. We have
ty and $20,000 in a savings ac account.
count. account. Our rental is $80
month. We are worried about in inflation.
flation. inflation. Should W invest in
one-family home or ki stocks
ami Donas?
A. I don't see th hnua nnr.
chase, for these reasons:
Let's assume you could buy a
small home for $15,000. That
would mean the loss of $750 in income
come income a year, or about $60 a
month from your money. To this
you wouia nave to add taxes,
water, heat, insurance, repairs'
which would easilv brine-
rental far above $100 a month.
In other words, you would be in increasing
creasing increasing your rent.
secondly, a single home in
Scant TXnt.ritiWl aaaimat in!..
tion. It's true rentals go up dur during
ing during periods of inflation and
you would avoid that. But so do
taxes, fuel, insurance, repairs on
your nome.
It would seem in me Mist
of your $20,000 (which I assume
in now earning 3 1-2 in insured
savings) could be put into good
securities bringing about 4 1-2
per cent.
I don't mean the entire $30, $30,-000
000 $30,-000 should be invested today
or ever. But it does seem you
could buy a few thousand dol dollars
lars dollars worth of leading retail, uti utility
lity utility and wstern ra ilrnarl arnrlr
now. Then space your buying ov over
er over the next couple of years un until
til until you have about two-thirds in invested.
vested. invested. That should help you
offset any further inflation to
some degree.
State Department
And Passport Back
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
United States today handed back
to Nicholas Petrulli, 'the luckiest
guy in the world," the U.S. citi citizenship
zenship citizenship he renounced two weeks
ago to become a Soviet citizen.
The State Department decided
that Petrulli, a former sheetmetal
worker from Long Island, N. Y.,
was not legally competent when
he signed papers at the U.S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Moscow renouncing his
citizenship. The department said
Petrulli would be given a one-way
passport home.
Petrulli said in Moscow that he
had received a medical discharce
from the Air Force because of
"my nervous condition." He said
it was on the basis of this record
that the State Department decid decided
ed decided he was legally "imcompetent."
I guess I'm the luckiest guy in
the world," he said with a ,big
smile. He said it had been sug
gested that he get an airplane
ticket to fly to New York via Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam Monday.
Petrulli. who admitted he had
trouble holding a job in this coun country
try country and who had a broken mar
riage, went to Russia on a tour in
August and decided' to stay there.
He sent a letter to the Soviet
government seeking citizenship
and renounced his U.S. citizenship
at the embassy Sept. 3.
A few days later he chanced his
mind, declaring he had done a
'stupid thing," and asked to be
allowed to return to this country.
The State Department studied reg regulations
ulations regulations governing the case and
found that it could let him return.
The Soviet government had re
jected his application for Russian
citizenship, leaving him a man
without a country. However, Mos Moscow
cow Moscow had advised him to apply to
fhe Soviet Embassy in Washington
if he was still Interested after re returning
turning returning to the United States.
The State Department said It
acted on the basis ef Petrulli'i

Wall Street
CHATTFQ
eft
NEW YORK rupn Th.
Chanter in stork mark hie
will be the most selective on
ora, says Josephthal and Co
For one thing, it notes, the oa oa-tire
tire oa-tire concept of common stock
ownership is coming under more
careful scrutiny and some is issues
sues issues will be found wanting.
It believes the market now will
be quick to reflect the differenes)
between expanding and exploding
earnings trends, between maturi maturity
ty maturity and obsolescence, between fan fantasy
tasy fantasy and growth.
'"The public's ability as weH at
its eagerness to buy is less than
in past month," and speculative
equilibrium will be regained slow slowly,
ly, slowly, it asserts.
Standard and Poors includes
Campbell Soup, General Foods,
Pittsburgh Plate Glass, Standard
Brands and Sherwin Williams
among its stocks for "safety and
income."
Fitch calls Archer-Daniels-Midland
Co. an "excellent long-term
bet because of its long record of
good earnings and the fact it has
paid dividends for over 30 years.
2
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Til 1MU. 1 AMJIS.M: Ml
I M.IVII1U THfWCTIIWGi
electronic artificial toryrur, may I
help thousands of voiceless per-1
sons regain tbe tebflltr to speak. I
The alf contained device, all
substitute for vocal chords, is
held egatoat to throat Sound
produced by a modified tele tele-phono
phono tele-phono receiver Is transmitted
through the ftestb. to be formed
into speech by aormal move-'
meats of the vocal tract H. I
Barney, his finger on the pitch 1
inflection ectttrol, demonstrates
Bell Telephone Co. Invention."
Gives Citizenship
To Former Airman
'past medical history obtained
from official and professional
sources." It ordered the U.S. Em Embassy
bassy Embassy in Moscow to give him a
passport -and to help him return to
this country.
Petrulli laid nn nf tt
... HID Aii 9b
things he would do upon -his re return
turn return would be to see his brother
uominicK oc valley' Stream, N.Y.
Deminick had hirer) on ortniKM
to-intercede with the State Depart-
menu me attorney and members
of the familv furnishorl
bearing on the issue of Peteulli'i
iegai competency.
BURGLAR TAKE VIO
IEFOSD. Eneland MITn
Judge John Bassett apologized for
appearing bare headed in his
court yesterday. "Were had
burglars here. They took my
wig," .he- explained.
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Colombian Soldiers Rescued
Despite Hazardou s Adventure

A script writer for adventure
movies could not have created a
more dramatic series of incidents
than those experienced this week
by personnel of U.S. Army Canb-
bean who participated in a res-j
no fnllnwine a helicODter crash in
Colombia
Hazardous flying conditions, a
battle against jungle elements by
U.S. Army men to save two in injured
jured injured soldiers of another army, the
most severe tests of courage and
endifrance
shortage of food and
vwater all the elements of sus suspense
pense suspense were woven into the tale.
And, fortunately, it had a happy
ending.
Principal roles were played by
men and aircraft of the 937th En Engineer
gineer Engineer Company, (Aviation) (In (Inter
ter (Inter American Geodetic Survey),
and a doctor from the L'SAR L'SAR-CARIB
CARIB L'SAR-CARIB Surgeon's office.
The drama was touched off
Utt Sunday when 937th officeri
t Fort Kobbe were alerted that
one of the unit's H-13's was
overdue at Solano, Colombia.
First Lt. Norman H. Miller had
flown the helicopter, based in
Colombia, to pick up two Co Colombian
lombian Colombian Army soldiers from an
engineer survey point deep in
the jungle.
Before dawn on Monday. Capt.
Stan Ballantine. chief of the air
section at the IAGS Bogota pro project,
ject, project, took off in an L-19 from
base camp at Solano, on the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian coast. Near a spot known
ait Utica, in the vicinity of Alto
del Buey, he saw Miller on a hill hilltop
top hilltop and from Miller's hand sig signals
nals signals was able lo gather that his
aircraft was disabled and two
men injured. There was no trace
of the plane in the thickly ve vegetated
getated vegetated area.
Things moved fast in the Canal
Zone when Ballantme's radio re request
quest request for help came through to
Kobbe. By 7:30 a.m., Capt. Claude
Hargett and 1st Lt. Richard W.
Leister of the aviation company
were airborne in an H 19 helicop
ter. Lt. Col. Jack M. Ruby.
937th commanding officer, took
off in an L-23 carrying Maj.
Ralph C. Singer as flight surgeon.
A three and one-half hour flight
brought the planes to Jaque, on
the southwest coast of Panama,
about 125 miles from Kobbe, where
Ballantine waited at the airstrip.
The planes refueled, them took off
n the final leg an hour and a
half trip over mountain, jungle j
and ocean. Ruby was at the con controls
trols controls of the L-23 with Captain Bal Ballantine
lantine Ballantine aboard to point out the
site. Singer transferred to the
helicopter, the only of craft which
could land in the rugged terrain.
The L-23 returned to the Canal
Zone when the site had been spot spotted.
ted. spotted. Putting the chopper down at
Utica called for every ounce of
kill the 937th pilots had. The
"pad" on which they landed was
perched atop a 2600-foot pin pinnacle.
nacle. pinnacle. Tight squeeze? There was
just a foot and a half clearance,
fore a"d aft, between the air aircraft
craft aircraft and the jungle.
Singer, Hargett and Leister inch inched
ed inched their way 300 feet down a 70-
. i 1 1 u u : -i
oegree graae uiiuuk" i"
t the fallen helicopter.
While Singer worked over the in in-lured
lured in-lured Colombian soldiers. Miller
avaUinarl fVtat his sirr-jft hart 1 I
Dartial oowef failure on takeoff
and dropped into the jungle be below
low below the peak. A crash helmet he
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
nd Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
. Rich 86 83
Low 14 75
HI MIDITYj
High M 8
Low ......... T4 86
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-10 NW-19
RAIN (inches) .05 .42
WATER TEMP:
(Inner harbors) 83 81
LAKE ELEVATIONS:
Gatun Lake
Madden Dam
. 83.89
220.24
BALBOA TIDES
SUNDAY. SEPT. 10
High
Time
5:43 a.m.
C:04 p.m.
Time
11:50 a.m.
Ht.
16.3 ft.
15.6 ft.
Low
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Population Probe Predicts Economic, Social

WASHINGTON, UPI The
' 10th century has seen the most
rapid multiplication of people
tn history from about 1.7
: billion in 1900 to approximate approximate-1
1 approximate-1 ;, ly 3 billions today accord-
; Inir in a npw rrnt-l frnm 1.h
f bAMlnl4nH n .. r .. .
,i fvpumwun rLcit-n'iitf DUiriiu.
"?' The bureau Is a private non
profit scientific organization
;inai collects demographic iact,s
.underlying the world's
eco
tnomic, political and social de
Velopments. It holds there is
, urgent need for recognition and
underntandlng of the popula
tion growtn problem
Slnce 1900.
the population of

wis wearing helped prevent into
the jungle below the peak. A
crash helmet he was wearing
helped prevent serious injuries,
Both the Colombians, I'vts. Jose

Valencia and Arturo
had fractures of the
extremities
and abrasions.
The more seriously injured, Va Valencia,
lencia, Valencia, was lashed to a litter in
preparation for the tracherous
climb back up to the rescue craft.
The incline was so steep and ve-
getation so thick that the effort
had to be abandoned after travel
ing only five feet. More help
was going to be needed.
Leister and Miller made their
way up to the H-19 and returned
to Solano, about 20 miles from
Ltica, while Singer readied the
second man, Utarro, for evacua evacuation.
tion. evacuation. Miller remained at Solano
and Leister flew back to the land landing
ing landing area with a Colmbian la laborer
borer laborer and two crew chiefs, Sp5
Charles K. Chapman and Pfc.
Donald H. Garretson.
It took six men almost two
hours to carry the first patient
up the mountainside. Trees
were fallen across the trail, huge
rocks and tangles of vines mar marred
red marred the path. Heat was intense.
Every two feet they had to halt
and balance the litter while they
regained strength to do the
next short lap. They made it
by sweat and nerve.
The H-19 once more took off
for Salano, with Singer accom accompanying
panying accompanying the patient. Help was re recruited
cruited recruited at the base camp and two
more Colombian workmen return
ed to the tiny landing site.
Again, the perilous descent to the
crash scene. All was ready for tn
final trip back up the mountain
by 3:15 p.m. Seven men the
three Colombians, Hargett, Leis Leister,
ter, Leister, Garretson and Chapman
made the last ascent, and live of
them already were exhausted by
their previous exertions. In addi addition
tion addition to Utarro, they carried some
General Motors
Announce No Price
Increase Next Year
DETROIT (UPD General Mo Motors
tors Motors Corp. announced today there
will be no increase in the list pri prices
ces prices of the firm's 1960 model cars.
General managers of Chevrolet,
Oldsmobile. Pontiac, Buick and

Cadillac divisions all made similariwas needed.

statements today to the etfeetl
that factory list prices will be the:
same or lower on new cars, al although
though although many lines will have costly
imDiovements and extras.
Chevrolet Chief L. N. Cole said
six-cylinder models in the 1960 Bel
Aire and lmpala series will have
list prices unchanged from 1959
He said a reduction of $10 has
been made in the eight-cylinder
differential over the six-cylinder.
Chevy prices ranged from $2,056
for the lowest-price stripped Bis Bis-cayne
cayne Bis-cayne two-door sedan to $2,757.50
for the lmpala Nomad.
S. E. Knudsen, Pontiac manag manager,
er, manager, said many of Pontiac's models
will be lower in price compared
to last year. Prices range from
$2:39" ,0 ,f17,5
Oldsmobile Chief .1. F. Wolfram
said Olds prices will be the same
or lower than last year. Models
in I his division range from $2,574
to $3,975.
Buick and Cadillac statements
were the same as the others.
New Chevrolets and Cadillacs
go on public display Oct. 2. Ponti Ponti-acs
acs Ponti-acs and Olds wiH be in showrooms
Oct. 1 and Buick unveils its new
cars Oct. 8.
Paralyzing Polio
Cases Lower Again
For Second Week
WASHINGTON (UPD New
cases of paralytic polio dropped
last week for the second week in
succession, the Public Health
Service reported today.
There were 273 cases during the
week, compared to 291 (he week
before. Before the week ended
Sept. 5, the number of paralytic
cases had increased every week
since May 23.
There have been 3,084 new cases
of paralytic polio so far this year,
compared to 1,397 during Hie same
period last year.
The Public Health Service re reported
ported reported thai 841.9L'0 doses ol Salk
vaccine were released during tlie
week ended Sept. 12. During the
same eriod, manufacturers
shipped 920,643 to communities in
the United Stales and exported
2.I.411 doses.
. It said new cases reported last
week were widely scattered, and
most areas registered slight de decreases.
creases. decreases. the United States has almost
doubled. Since 1950 It has in increased
creased increased by 26 million. At this
rate, before 2000, lt should dou double
ble double again to 350 million, says
Robert C. Cook, director of the
bureau.
According to Cook, mounting
population pressures aftect not
only
relation among ludivid ludivid-but.
but. ludivid-but. more Important, a-
u
Unoiig nations as well
"Unless nome workable and
acceptable way is found to curb
runaway population growth, to today's
day's today's children will inherit world
problems far graver than any
in history," Cook adds.

of the fragile instruments from the
aircraft.
The trip took two hours, and fog
had begun to settle down. By the
t'-me the summit was reached
evryone knew there was not a
chance of the helicopter taking off.
The pad was completely socked in.
The patient, Utarro, was made
comloriable in the chopper, a fire
was built and the party prepared
to spend the night. Drinking water
was almost gone, but some was
used to brew coffee and bonuillon
eaten with candy from an emer emergency
gency emergency ration store, for "dinner."

One of the Colombians remain remained
ed remained in the aircraft with the injured
man Monday night. The others
beded down on a log plaform
normally used to hold surveying
equipment. Leister relates that
training at the Jungle Survival
School: Albrook Air Force Base,
came in handy for the pilots were
aware that they must ration water
and their other scanty supplies
lo last until the fog lifted.
Needless, to say, rains soon
began to pour down. Campsite was
moved to a small bohio, also an
instrument shelter.
Just before dawn Tuesday the
weather broke and a flight to So Solano
lano Solano base camp was possible.
Facing Leister was one more
trip to the mountaintop to pick up
two of the laborers, Chapman, and
the salvaged equipment.
Although he had made the trick trick-ly
ly trick-ly landfall three times before, the
lieutenant had difficulty in find finding
ing finding the spot. Trees some of them
80 feet high-made a dense blanket
bel ow his helicopter. It was im impossible
possible impossible to spot anything 400 feet
below.
He flew by compass so ma many
ny many minutes on this leg, so ma many
ny many minutes on another Even so,
he nearly missed the site on this
fourth try. But the ground party
had been provided with a smoke
flare and when they heard the
roar of the rotors they set it off
already the craft had overshot
the mark by a quartermile.
About 8 a.m. Tuesday the pa patients,
tients, patients, Miller, Singer, Capt.
Hargett and Leister started out
from Solano in the H-19, confi confident
dent confident that the worst was behind
them.
But it wasn't over yet. Six times
during the 85-mile flight to Jaque
tse 'copter was forced to make
beach landings because of severe
electrical storms. Sometimes the
craft could take off after 30 min-
sometimes an hour'. ...ill
it took five
hours lo get back to
Jaque
there a Colombian C-45 had
landed. Permission had been
granted by the Panama govern-
ment. Jaque
is about 20 miles
normwest of the border. The C-45
evacuated Valencia and T T( a rrn
for hospitalization at Bogota.
aiso waiting at Jaque were
vapi. james u. Crawford of the
937th and 1st Lt. Ellis G. Crumit
or me Aviation Section, 1st Battle
vriiwp, oin iniantry. They went
10 jaque in an L-23 piloted by
Capt. Robert D. Mathias to con conduct
duct conduct an investigation of the crash
along with Hargett.
The investigators went on to So Solano
lano Solano hi the H-19 while Mathias m-
loted the L-23 back to the Canal
.Mine, carrying singer, Miller and
.Leister.
Members of the investigation
team returned to tht Canal Zone
Thursday night, indications ar
that damage to the helicopter is
extensive, but plans are being
made to recover various peices
of undamaged equipment.
Another "rescue mission com completed"
pleted" completed" goes on the log book of
the 937th Aviation Company. The
final mentions the number of hours
flown by each plane, names the
pilots and shows fuel consumed.
It says nothing of the discomforts.
the danger, the inner reserves of
strength on which everyone had
to call during the mission. But
they are an integral part of the
life of every U.S. Army aviator,
and as important to his everyday
job as his flying skill.
Word Is Received
Of Mrs. Barnard's
Death In Michigan
Word has been received on
the Isthmus of the recent
death of Mrs. Jane P. Barnard
In Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sept.
12. Mrs. Barnard was the wid widow
ow widow of the late William A. Bar Barnard,
nard, Barnard, employed for more than
"0 years as an adineasurer on
the Atlantic side before his re retirement
tirement retirement lroni Canal service.
Mrs. Barnard Is survived ty
a (laughter, Mrs. Thomas 1..
Rankin, of Curleton. Mich.,
three yrsridchilriren and two
ftreRt-grandc.hllciren.
Until recently, the most rapid
growth wag taking place in the
countries most advanced eco economically,
nomically, economically, with the highest lev levels
els levels of literacy and with access
to an abundance of food and
natural resources.
Now, the greatest growth is
taking place in the underdevel underdeveloped
oped underdeveloped areas where more than
half of the world's people live
in poverty. Birth rates remain
high while death rates con continue
tinue continue to fall in these underde
veloped areas
Alaska has thp highest birth
rate and tht lowest death rate

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DISCIPLINE, training and proper pride In a fine appearance is
Scouts are entirely supported from United Fund contributions.

International Boy Scout Council, United Fu
Living Up To Its 'Scouting, A Game With A

'Scouting. A Game with a Pur
pose is the slogan 01 me u.ier u.ier-national
national u.ier-national Boy Scout Council, one -f
the 19 participating agencies in
the Canal Zone United f-und.
Since its founding in 1947, there
has been a spectacular continuing
rowth and now there are more
t'ian 800 boys and young men en enroled
roled enroled in Cub Scouts, Boy Scout
and Explorer units in all the Latin
American communities of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone.
Boys In the International Boy
'.,i'iiit Council range from eight
years old to their 20's. The vaiue
of the program in terms of kee
,n some 800 boys and young mea
it'-ereted and occupied would he
hard to overestimate. There is an
intensive program for all ages
and ihere is emphasis on the otit otit-dcors
dcors otit-dcors w'th numerous trips and
.ampin", marches and drills, and
oportunities for physical exertion
and outlet. Crafts are taught. Dis Discipline
cipline Discipline and neatness are instilled.
Under the leadership of over 300
voum'fer adults, this program has
made significant gains in charac
ter building and physical fitness
for its many members. Seeing
these scouts on parade or at re reviews
views reviews highlights the fine training
thev are receiving.
There it also a trained profes professional
sional professional scout executive, Raymond
George who directs the activit activities
ies activities of the International Boy
Scouts. He points out that the
Council has the backing of Canxl
Zone officials who support it in
the good work It is doing.
The International Bov Scouts
might not have been formed ex except
cept except for the interest and cooper cooperation
ation cooperation of men interested also in the
American Boy Scouts in the Canal
Zone. These included Br. Law Lawrence
rence Lawrence Johnson, Col. Bichardson
Selee and Gov. F. K. Newcomer.
It is reported that they considered
the boys and young men of the
Latin American communities
should have the same chance to
enjoy the fund and the fruits of
scouting as their counterparts in
the U.S. communities. They work worked
ed worked hard to help the International
Allamira All Set
For Toninhf s Dance
At Hotel El Panama
Club Altamira was all set lo lo-day
day lo-day for tonight's dance at Hotel
El Panama Hilton 'n eommemo eommemo-ralion
ralion eommemo-ralion of its seventh anniversary.
The orrhestra of Willie Morn
aod the Jels coBibo will handle
the musical chored for the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment of the laree throng
expected by members of the Club
An assortment of prizes is to
be distribuled among guests dur
ing a special feature scheduled
for 1 a.m.
In addition to the prizes wh'ch
have been donated by sevral
business places, each person at attending
tending attending the dance wilt receive a
card entitling them to free enlrv
to a "pre-Halloween Gratification
Dance' on Oct. 3.
Problems For
among US states. Its population
density is about one person per
four square miles, as compared
with 57 persons per square mile)
in the continen t a 1 United
States. But Alaska's rate of
growth exceeds that of every
slate except Nevada.
Latin America is growing
more rapidly in population than
any other area of the world,
the death rate having fallen as
much as 40 to 50 percent in
many countries. But the report
points out that mineral and
land resources art near exhaus
1 tion and warm that to progress

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Boy Scout Council get started and
succeed in its founding years.
Highlights of the year for the
council is the annual camporee
held during the last week in Jan January.
uary. January. The program is sponsored
primarily to give the public an
opportunity to see the boys ano
their leaders in action. During tne
three-day activity, the boys de demonstrate
monstrate demonstrate the skills they have
learned throughout the year.
In Anril there is International
Boy Scout Week which is packed
scouters.
On May 30. the International
Boy Scouts participate in Memo Memorial
rial Memorial Day ceremonies held at the
two principal cemeteries.
During school vacation, there
are weekend, four and six-day
camping trips, which are periods
of great learning for the boys.
Here they put in practice the
National Chairman
Butler's Leadership
Questioned By Some
WASHINGTON (UPD The
North-South debate over Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic National Chairman Paul
M. Butler's leadership continued
today among Democratic state
chairmen meeting here.
Minnesota Chairman Ray Hem-
enway, wno is pusning ine yioai yioai-dential
dential yioai-dential stock of Sen. Hubert H.
Humphrey (D-Minn.), declared his
"wholehearted support" of Butler.
His endorsement echoed a plug
for Butler voiced by Humphrey
in an address to the state chair chairmen
men chairmen and vice chairmen, who are
holding three days of conferences
on 1960 campaigns ana lecnm lecnm-ques.
ques. lecnm-ques. Humphrey said Butler is offer offering
ing offering the "only rational and logical
road to victory. He urged that
the Dartv come up with a strong lib
eral platform and liberal candi candidate
date candidate for the White House next
year.
But a leading southern spokes spokesman,
man, spokesman, Georgia Chairman John
Sammons Bell, said the South and
other parts of the country are "be "beginning
ginning "beginning to get a little fed up"
with what he called Butler's ef efforts
forts efforts "to make the South a whip whipping
ping whipping boy."
Bell took particular issue with
Butler's leadership in getting the
national committee Wednesday to
re adopt the 1956 conv il'on I
"good faith" rule aimed at keep keeping
ing keeping rebellious southern state or organizations
ganizations organizations in line for the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic nominees in 19fi0.
'To create an issue merelv to
offend a loyal segment of the
parly is ridiculous." Bell said.
He said southern slates who
were loyal to the ticket in the
past resent the implications of
the 1956 rule.
Bell conceded that some south southern
ern southern stated already have moved to
make it possible for their 1960
presidential electors to avoid I
supporting the chosen nominee,
but said "there is still a question
of whether it would be used."
Latin America
economically and socially, Latin
America must find a solution
to its population problem.
Canada is in the world's most
avorable position- today in
erms of the number of peo peo-ile
ile peo-ile and the resources to sup support
port support them. Immigration, a high
jirth rate and a low death late
ire combining to give her a
ilgh population increase. But
ct vast land area and natural
tsources should be sufficient
t maintain a healthy balance
i rough a program of careful I
jiource management, accord accord-lak
lak accord-lak to the report.

manifested In this photo of the
things they have learned
outdoor life.
about
Also, the scouts participate in
parades for Flag Day in Panama,
November 4 and Colon Day, No November
vember November 5.
The International Boy Scouts
are financially suported entirely
by the community, as a particip participant
ant participant in the Canal Zone United Fund.
Your contribution to the Canal
Dasher Extends
Congratulations
To 1st Battle Group
Congratulations on the 93rd an
niversary of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, Fort Kobbe. were
extended this week in a letter to
Col. John R. Wright Jr., com commanding
manding commanding officer, by the com com-manddng
manddng com-manddng general, USARCARIB,
Maj. Gen. Charles L. Dasher.
In the letter to Wright, signed
by Col, W. E. F.ckles on behalf
of Dasher, the 20th Infantry was
commended for its "valor and de devotion
votion devotion to our country's military
tradition." He also reminded the
personnel of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry, of the responsibili responsibilities
ties responsibilities endowed to them as an infan infantry
try infantry fighting unit toward the na nation's
tion's nation's defensive strength.
Dasher commended Sykes' Reg Regulars
ulars Regulars for their splendid record and
history- of bygone eras and extend
ed greetings to all officers and
men of the, Group.
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Picturpd above is just one shipment of concrete blocks being
used in the construction 6f the 330 Cape Hm Projedfttdmei
in the Canal lone. .irf: y :.
Panama's leading block manufacturer is supplying over
one million blocks for this housing program. Many different
types of blocks are being used, and all have met the high
standards specified by project engineers and architects.
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Zone United Fund helps to sup support
port support this worthwhile organiza organization
tion organization helping to mould the charct charct-er,
er, charct-er, physical fitness and future at attitude
titude attitude of several hundred young
men of the Latin American com community.
munity. community. Notwithstanding the obvious
worth of the International Boy
Scouts Council, contributors are
urged to avoid designating spe specific
cific specific amounts for particular agnc agnc-ieg
ieg agnc-ieg of the Fund. When each giver
makes his entire contribution to
the United Fund, undesignated, it
is then possible for funds to be
distributed to each agency accord according
ing according to' its needs.
Navy Investigating
Sighted Sub Report
Off Florida Coast
WASHINGTON, Sept. 19 (UPD
The Navy said today it is in investigating
vestigating investigating the reported sight sighting
ing sighting of an unidentified sub submarine
marine submarine off Miami Beach, Fla.
The Miami Herald reported
that fishing boats spotted an
unidentified submarine about
three miles off the Florida City
Thursday.
The newspaper said that the
vessel's conning tower was spot spotted
ted spotted In the fishing grounds off
government cut and was re reported
ported reported to the Coast Guard by
the chartered boat, "Thunder "Thunder-bird."
bird." "Thunder-bird." The sub was said to have
been headed south at fast pace
and the conning- tower ws visi visible
ble visible only briefly. 1
The Navy would not confirm
the reported sighting.
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Purpose' Slogan;

If the overall total goal of $122
000 is reached, every agency will'
get its full share. Give your fair fair-share
share fair-share to the Canal Zone United,
Fund.
San Juan Weather?
Weakens To Stotrrtf
SAN JUAN, P.R., Sept. ll'
bureau said last night that
squall wave about 200 mile's
east of the Leeward Islands wm
weakening. --
was expected to pass over ih
Leewards early today attended
by showers and thundershoweri
and winds up to 25. mph. s
No intensification or develop development
ment development is expected, the weather
bureau said.
The squall line was found Fri Friday
day Friday by hurricane hunter planes
about 800 miles tast of Puerto
Rico. It was watched closely -to
see if it would develop Into 1
tropical storm.
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families today as ever onlyfi
the kids exercise it.
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