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1 rt-i HOMEWARD, od
y CARIOCA CAPITAL
"lei fAe peopla know the truth and the country is tafe
TeL Panama I-0975- Col6n 77 197
PANAMA, R. SATURDAY NOVEMBER I, 1957
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'if: t H
KlARGERY SMITBf J
id exactly what a Queen' wpk
like,s you can prove by buy-
lng enough tickets and .voting
" lor her as Sovereign Lady oi
the Teeno Ball at the El JPan-
ama Hilton Nov.' 8
No Nvy Platts
For Coco Solo
Transfer To PC
' 'iTavy Officials said ioday there
t Vinn hpfin no decision as yet con
cerning the possible transfer of
Coco Soio jNavat juts w u
nama Canal Company.
Several months ago lt.was re reported
ported reported that coco Solo was sched.
tiled to be deactivated on Dec,
1, J957 xf
i u innrtlvs status, the Na
vy said today( Coco SqlQ will b
in a. non-opera wug cu"""'
rmrinir onlv the ohysical pro
i tectlon of the property, and a
skeleton personnel crew.
" l Various activities at the sta-
Mon have been or are being
-'suspended in an "orderly pro-
f-ression towards, the Dec. J
j deadline," the Navy-added to-
The Rodman- station will as-
nme resDonsibllity for the pro.
vision nf suDDly support to the
, naval activities remaining on the
Atlantic side. Rodman will also
acquire some oi tne supplies ana
equipmerrt now.the property of
coco soio. ; ... ;
But whether! the Panama ca.
naL orsranizatioa will-cet the a
rea for housing-1 of Its employes
could not. be ascertained.. ,
It was learned that nesotia-
tions were underway, but that
, no decision as yt had been
l reachedJ. Wsi "- X-. t
Upon receiving word from' the
Hivir Department in Washington
of the scheduled lnactivatlon of
'Coca Solo, plans were made for
- ''the orderly and appropriate dis-
position, of supply stocks at co
' Ail aViatlbh material has neen
! transferred to other naval avia
tion activities. Othef items of
, support stocks" have been. 4re 4re-.
. 4re-. duced durinr the past several
i months by issue locally without
. replacement Balances of stocks
tftot transrerrea to Roaman wui
t be shipped to other naval actly actly-:
: actly-: i ities reauirinff the msterisi.
I Material and eauipment which
i cannot be used locally, by the
, military services and which has
not been directed to be shipped
elsewhere for military use -will
4 be disposed of locally by sale as
" surplus or scrap., This includes
'such. Items as automotive and
.shop equipment. --
: Due To Transit V
En RouteTo Chile
' A big ftretrrier is due to ar-
'rive in Cristobal on Nov, 15 from
The Cosmic, which operates for
-, Bethlehem Steel Ore Carriers, will
be bound for Guayacaa, Chile
where she will load a cargo of
45.000 tons of ore from Chile. ?
The 744-ft. carrier i beint han
died here by Grace Line. Her dis
placement is 61,245 tons.
s v -'is;.
On Air But
s a i Television service was restored on' hth the Atlantic and
Pacific sides of the Isthmus syesterdar afternoon by emergency
in.faiikttm. of a television antenna and microwave equipmrai
on top of the transmitter building on Ancon llau,;'-"v..-r
Army Signal uorps iecnnicin wumca m tup j",v' j",v'-day,
day, j",v'-day, determining by experiment that the temporary arrange arrangement
ment arrangement wonld operate effectively. '.' 'v'4 vw,
Earlv yesterday ,'the 204 foot television tower on Ancon Hiu
had crashed after a contractor's truck got caught in guy wires
for the tower,"
Bnt.h television antenna and
microwave equipment normally
are mounted on the tower
An old antenna ana replace
ment microwave s units -were
nniniri ifinat.fid vesterdav to re
place the, smashed, equipment..
Tne television bikhih i
i Txfhmns bv microwave
from' Ancon Hill to Fort Dayis,
where It la retransmitted by an
Eight Police OHicers
To De Pallboerers
For George Itedeau
viaM f0iinw Canal Zone police
in h miUbearers Mon-
j. mirninir fnr tne services w
fir' N.rtomi.1 wjDulfir' Canal
rn ,.Aii. JnMir.er- who r died
Thursday morning following a traf traffic
fic traffic accident on Gaillard Highway,
1 They are St, wiuiam a. "K"CS.
Sgt.lE. C. Fishbough, John IV M,
unnwoiT w. Blades. Freeland
R. Hollowen,aU of the Balboa Dis-
trirt; and Russell T. Biinson,
ben G Kobertsnn, ana vnarn s
Green, of the Cristobal uisinci,
i Masonic services will be held tt
10 o'clock Monday morning at the
Maxnnie Temole. The serv
ices will be conducted by the Ca
nal Zone Lodge A ana a.jm .
'Following the' services, n es-j-nrt
of Canal Zone motorcycle po
lice will lead the cortege to Coro-
zal cemetery where interment win
take place., ..-.,
CZ Education Week
Planned By Schools
For November 10-16
Amr!cn Education Week, which
is observed each yeat in. the Ca
nal Zone schools in conjunction
with schools all over the U n i t e d
States, will be held this year dur during
ing during the week of Nov. 10 tq 16,.; it
has been announced by the.. Divi
sion of Schools, t
Highlight bt the week will be
'Visitors'.; DaV 'which annuaUy at
tracts thousands of relatives and
friends of "students weiememary
and secondary schools. : -r
snm classes arrange : special
programs- but' usually the visitors
are lnvnea to iicnu iu
class sessions: in- order to observe
the workings of a regular school
iThursdar. Nov. 14 has been
designated ak .Visitors' Day -in
the secondary- schools, and Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Nov. 15 as Visitor Day jn
the elementary schools.
Anmrtpan Education Week Ji
sponsored by. the National Eddca
Uon Association, the American Le Le-inn
inn Le-inn h United States Office of
Education, and the. National Con
gress of Parents ana i escners
Thu. Mntral theme of this year'
observance is "An Educated peo
ple- Moves Freedom h rorwara."
Daily topics are "Education for
Moral Values," ."Education for Re Re-ioonsible'
ioonsible' Re-ioonsible' Citizenship.' "What 'Oiir
Schools Should Achieve," JW y S
to Provide set er niaueaiioa,
"Our Community's- Teachers," Teachers,"-"Our
"Our Teachers,"-"Our School-Community 'Relatioa 'Relatioa-sMpf
sMpf 'Relatioa-sMpf and "Our Own Responsibil Responsibility
ity Responsibility for Better Schools."
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Japanese Fishing I
Boat Will Operate
Off Brazil Coast S
Another Jao fishine boat ts
leaviof Cristobal toniebt'for Re
cife, Brazil, according to local s-
gents Norton, Uliy and company.
They said today that the Kaio
Maru No. IS is one of several Jsp
shroa which have been given a
concession to fish off the coast of
Brazil recently. The ships will ie
selling their fish to Brazil, accord according
ing according to the terms of the contract,
and will he permitted to f i s h
there for about one year.-
- The 150 ft Kaio Maru bad a 29 29-man
man 29-man crew, all Japanese The ship
has a refrigeration system to per permit
mit permit them to store their cargo.
Sort Of Fee
antenna to cover the Atlantic
: Meanwhile Army, Engineers
are erecung au-iooi wooueir w
wers on Ancon Hill .from which
the television antenna and mi
crowave equipment will operate
until a new tower can be put
A new antenna has been or
dered from the United States to
oe delivered by air shipment as
soon as possible. i
, "Te television signal is weak at
present due to the old antenna
ana circumstances nnaer wmcn
it and the microwave equipment
must operate temporarily, a U.S.
Army Caribbean spokesman said,
but the signal should Improve
with the use of the 90-foot to
wers. j 1 i
La Bocans To Get
Cash For 25-Cycle
, Cov. W. Potler has approvefi
a La- Boca" Civil Counqil request
t idme'naiusliiient .e mide on
the conversion of 25-cycle-eiectri.
ral eauipment for those residents
of La Boca who must move out of
the Canal Zone when the town is
depopulated, atbthe ndot t his
year ; -
. According to arrangements: an
nounced this i week by Acting Gov
Hugh VL Arnold, cash payments
will be made in lieu of conversion
of such frequency Sensitive elec
trical equipment for this group of
The Inventory of such electrical
equipment as of Oct. 15. 1957, will
be used in making cash payments.
There are about 30 electric refri refrigerators
gerators refrigerators owned by La Boca resi residents
dents residents moving to Panama,-
. Most of the employes who will
move out of the Canal Zone are
bachelors:'" The majority of the
families living there have moved
to Pedro Miguel or will get quar
ters in Paraiso or in Santa Cruz.
Pilot Saves Ship
As Steering Fails
In Canal Channel
Diablo Heiehts residents thought
for s brief time Thursday night
that a bis Hollowe'en trick was a
foot, when, ship whistles blew,
bells rang and excited shouts
broke the evening stillness.
' The medley of sounds came
from the S.S. Annitza-A, a Liber
tv tvne freiehter flying the Hon
duran flag, which was saved from
coins ssround in ths Canal chan
nal nnnmnt Diihln bv the duick
action of Panama Canal: pilot
Leonard 5. Hart.
The vessel's steering gesr sud-
dinlv failed to operate -soon aft.
er it cleared Miraglores Locks
southbound. The anchor was drop
ped and the ship wss prevented
from eoing aground. A tug was
disnatched from Balboa and assist
ed the ship to the harbor. The dis disabled
abled disabled steering sear was repaired
and the ship proceeded on its voy
age. ?j,X?!h ?j,X?!h-The
The ?j,X?!h-The incident occurred st 7:lS o
clock Thursday night at the height
of visits by the 'Trick-or Treat'
artists and lor a time many red
dents thought real gobuns ware
abroad. .. --. ;
A man observed drivng bis car
on Randolph Road in an erratic
manner early yesterday morning,
was charged with drunken drmng
Reinaldo' Cortez, the Panama
nian driver of the ear was found
foilty rn Cristobal Magistrate's
Court.yesterday, fined $100 and giv
ea a 10-day suspended jaul sea
--.In addition, the 49 year-old
defendant wasv also r'.aced on one
He is crplryed by Tcrnu
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EARLY BIRD! at the election olls yesterday Several housewives, and a few of the can candidates
didates candidates for Oatun Civic Council board members turned up at the Service Center Lobby for
an-early votev fHere Mrs. Loretta Newhard (left), .who. has lived in Datun 'for 22 years looka
on while Mrsr Mary Sanders (right) casta her vote. That's Edward. C. Blount ; (standing) J
He's a Oatun policeman who
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Junius uia vutci tier uaiiuv,:
piv'"QvicJCQUhciI' ;Elecfrbn : Sjafesj
"Votmrf for civic councilmea ot
off to a brisk- start in patun yeir
terdav jig -residents brganTe'ms:
i c i r votes ior i out po-
1hefirst to turn- ut at ih
polls- wss a XSatun x -housewife
Mr. H, E. OberholtzW. who show show-edup
edup show-edup shortly after voting opened
at '4 :3ft yesterday in the lobby
of the Gatun -Service Center.
Several, women remarked that
they ; expected the turn out to
be. stow because: of a Hallowe'en
part given, th night before as
a civic council furnction.
- "Many of us were just exhaust exhausted
ed exhausted today from, the kids but they
all had fun," .she added. .
' Despite-; the party, a dozen peo people
ple people 'had showed up at the- polls
witijlg the first, hour and. mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers of the council predicted they
would have a better than-. ever
tumour this year. j
'; ?'After; all,";-people- now realize
how much the council f has been
accomplishing, and now they feel
that we are- doing something,"
she .said. .: -..
.The polls are open today from
tM a.m. to 7:30 p.m?, at "which
tim the ballots will be counted.
The following::, are the nominees
for Gatun; -: ;
tan ef these candidates who
receive the highest number of
votes will be elected te serve on
he Council- for two years. Last
year's members will become the
alternates, serving for -,ne year.
format :' ' ;--''
Mrs. A. X. Benton,
. Caleb C. : Clement,
(rleslie Croft, Jr.,
j Mrs. John Fettler s
i A. E. Gogueii
- O. L. Hakanson
Mrs. R. G.-Hammeter
.: jn. UVIVVMIW
.3 Mrs. Robert Johnson
i Mrs. Walter Johnson
f K 34 .Lane ':
A C. Maggiort
i Joseph A. Plaisance
W. B. Redmond
A. A.' Shore
J. J. 'Spronl.
''Philip Whitney- ;. f
Gsmboa Pool Opens
Gamboa swimming pooL' which
has been closed for the past ten
dys, was jeopened at 1:30 this
morning sad will oe operated on
the regular schedule in the future.
fTBe diving section of the peel
his- been painted a glossy white
ss a safety measure, adopted aft after
er after the matter was discussed at
recent meetings of the Civic Coun Council
cil Council v ";.' -
-The- -question wss introduced
after the diving poo was ckwed
doriag hours when no instructor
as available for duty.
.- The work at the Gamboa pool
was done by Maintenance Division
'orces and was scheduled so that
t could be reopened tne ha long
holiday wee kead trs week. ;
ls runnlng for the council. Mrs.
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,oi;iiciucKK, Uiciliow ui -:uie
"A-lS'- :",r-r'i I
tbwh, j. ,4 Lli milirl-urf-.. iii.iii iimim. .ii 1f Ijft t
WHAT'S GOING ON? seems to.'W what the little Rainbow
City girl is wondering as two civic' council members appear
af her home with the ballot box. The Jftainbow City Civic
COuncilmen decided to try doorto-dooel elections' this year
and are hoping for complete cooperation. Here Owen B.
Shirley (left) and Holden Cockbum (right) both tunning for
re-election collect a ballot from a pretty housewife, Mrs. 6.
E. Sandlford of 5444 Rainbow City-. Voting began early this
morning, and went on alTday today.
May Be Filed
Applications for the" 1958 Ca
nal zone vehicle registration
and license plates may be' filed
with the License Section begin beginning
ning beginning Nov. 5, it has -been an
nounced by the Chief of the .Li .License
cense .License Section. y V
The 1958 application' blanks.
which are yellow in color, have
the vehicle Dispectlon Certifi Certificate
cate Certificate adde'd at the top. The Di Di-spection
spection Di-spection Certificate will be com completed
pleted completed by the Official 1 Inspec Inspection
tion Inspection stations at the time of An Annual
nual Annual Inspection during January
The) new applications may be
obtained with self-addressed
enevlopes from alt Canal Zone
gasoline and Folice stations,
the license Section Office, aha
from the office of the Police
Driver Examiner in Building
No. ie in Cristobal. r
Preparation of the form is
covered by instructions on the
application blank and 4s similar
to that for ,1957. Before submit submitting
ting submitting applicationselther in per person
son person or by mail, car owners should
make sure that both halves are
completed and signed and the
correct fee with the current or
last registration receipt are en-l
dosed. IX the receipt cannot be
- Sue Scheidegg (in center)
1 n. 4.1.tMM V.
uuitiu wuv wu lajvuiH
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for II,? 38 CZ
furnished SO cents must be add added
ed added to the plate fee. The require requirement
ment requirement that a registration re receipt
ceipt receipt be parried in the vehicle is
waived dln-lng the time that the
registration is being renewed.
y- la ease of liens, the 1958 reg reg-istratioir
istratioir reg-istratioir receipts mast eontln eontln-ae
ae eontln-ae to bear Hen holders name
until written proof is present presented
ed presented to the License Section that
the lien holder has been paid.
Am tin the past, registration
lees will be $5 for personal pas passenger
senger passenger vehicles; i2 for personal
motorcycles or motorscooters; $1
for trailers; $16 for commercial
buses and "trucks; and $5 for
Applicants should make mon money
ey money orders' payable to -Panama
Canal Company" e u rreney
should not be mailed.
Applicants whe forward their
appUcartionj before Nov. 19 will
have a chance participate
"in the annual publie drawing
for tow Ifeense plate smmbers
whletj will be held at S:3o o' o'clock
clock o'clock the sHrnhir of Nr. 19
In the License Section f flee.
The low nunkers will be
drawn freaa application re re-n
n re-n ta that date.-
Although applications-will be
"V -.u. ',
Edgardo Tejada 5
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As Gunman No. 2f
Indna lnnl Vielio de
ben O.Mr6 would not be an impartial witness in theti.
m6n assassination trial. Therefore de Graciq would not
permit the alleged assassin to give evidence on behalf of
his co-defendant and onetime girlfriend, Mrs. .Teres??
Castro Suarez. 7'
Mir6 had been called as a witness by Mrs. Castro's
attorney, Dr. Felipe Juan Escobar. , ..,
A further highlight of today's session of the 3-day
aI trill wsc tUm nlavback of a tape recording of a con-.
vefsation between Escobar and
of the slain president,, At the
taped Remon was minister ot oovernmenr ana jusnce.ti,
Tk ninvKnrW wns ordered to compare the tape with
a stenographic transcript of
Escobar was quoted as telling Kemon mar rviiro xina on on-other
other on-other of his co-defendants,: ex-cadet Jose Edgardo Teja
da, had manned the gun which; killed RemoY broner
Escobar wa also v'auoted as
suggesting- that Alejandro e-
c o n sidere. were -aictaionai
tne jlt c c uou' u. ..i -' r
anH the Kational ffuard. :
i Before today's J firsf witness
was called at 10:19, ajn 4 the
courl lpdulged into a lengthy
discussion ;? over, whether tape
mrnrdins: of statements made
by tha accused under the effects
of .the ''truth drug"" pentothal
could be considered as yaua ev
ldence. ; '::ffiyyt v 1
After hearing, from the de de-'
' de-' fense, the prosecution and the
jury, de Gracia ruled but the
playing of. uch tapes as evi evidence.
dence. evidence. !tX
'Juror Efraln Campos Tejada,
whn said he considered the pen
tothal test much like fortune fortune-telling
telling fortune-telling with cards, 'said he would
like to be injected with the drug
hi order to experience its eiiects.
Ramos also suggested tnat u
it should be necessary to play
any of the- t a p e-recorded
statements of Miro and the
five other men accused of kill killing
ing killing the President, this should
be done only for, the ears of
the court and the lawyers.
When Escobar mentioned that
Miro had not been Included on
the list of witnesses he had re re-ouested.
ouested. re-ouested. the Jttdae ordered the
clerk to read a ruling, based on
a judgment by the Supreme
Court, to the effect that testi testimony
mony testimony by co-defendants is not
valid because "it is nresunposed
that they would have motives to
speak other than the truth" re regarding
garding regarding their fellow defendants.
Escobar, accepted- .the judg judgment,
ment, judgment, asking the' jury to take
note of the judge's ruling, and
Section Nov. 5
received any time after Nov. B,
the new 1958 license plates,
which will have black numbers
on a light yellow background,
will not be mailed until Dec 1,
When they may be used on ve
hicles. Across the. counter issues
also will begin Dec. 1 at the Li License
cense License Section.
The 1657 licenses will expire
at midnight,-pec 31.
To Hold Armistice
Services Nov. 10
The attention of the British
community is called to the follow following
ing following Information from the British
Oa Sunday, Nov. 10, the day ap
pointed by Her Majesty The
Queen as Armistice Sunday, a spe special
cial special Service of Remembrance will
be held at the Wealeyan Metno Metno-dist
dist Metno-dist Church (British- Conference),
16th Street East, at a.m.
Special pews are being reserv reserved
ed reserved for British exseryicemen. All
members of the British communi community
ty community who may find it convenient
are welcome to attend, tr
Grnclfl ruled today" that rtii-
Alejandro Rem6(i; brother
time the conyersanon wp
the same interview, in which
proceeded to "'question aetecuva
Ruben Blades, the. first, witness
of the day 1
ttrely'With his arrest of A i".-r
can school teacher 'I.4?rt.i Jr-..
Llpstein at Tocumen Airport A
; The detective said he arr arr-ed
ed arr-ed Llpstein at a suspect
cause of bis untidy appearar --e
and his apparent anxiety, but
.admitted that at any pother
time he would, have regarded
( Lipstein's actions as normal.
There : was eome, conflict : be-
tween the Blades' testimony and 1
that of National Gnard Lt C s s-
par Suarez, whol was In charge
of the police detachment at U ;
airport in 1955. "'
Suarei; said yesterday that Dp- -stein
was.arrested-on the morn morning
ing morning of Jan. 3, 1955, but Bladei
declared today that the school-
bCBi;ilCr 1t lUtCPWU Wi44..-
had spent the previous day. and r
night at the airport. v liv, J,"1
Llpstehi arrived at Tocumen
Jan. 2 as a transient passenger
en route to Mexico. t J. '
The only other witness tr .
the stand during the mornlnc
session was opposition political
leader Norberto Navarro, whose ;.
name was mentioned by three,
previous witnesses and Mire
in connection with, converse-
tions about weapons for a coup
against the Remon admlnistra- (
tion. !. r
Navarro, who spoke at length,
denied the statements with am
pie details as. to the. nature f
the conversations neld with Ale Alejandro
jandro Alejandro and Alberto Cuellar Aro-' :
semena, Eladlo perea Venero and
Miro. .. ,' j j
During the course of his testis,
moy, Navarro referred, to .an -incident
prior to the 1952 -elec-
tions. when the late President
Remon confided to Navarro in
the presence of others that he -,
did not want to run for President
and that Navarro and Banco Na
tional manager Henrique de
Obarrio should decide which on
would be the presidential candl-
date for the 1952 election a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst opposition candidate, Eo-
berto Chiari. s-
Navarro said when he rejected
the offer for. ideological reasons,
Remon told Navarro that if he s
joined with Chiari against him T
be would have te suffer the con
Remon defeated cnian. dj an :
F. X. Boland, Jr.;
Formerly Of Zonei
Dies In Florida
Word ias been received from'
Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. Boland,
formerly of the Canal Zone, now
living in Lakeview, Ohio, of the.
death of their son,- Frank Jr. on
Oct 25 at Miami, Fla.
Mr. Boland, 44, was a veteraa
of World War IL The elder Bo Boland
land Boland retired from the Panama'
Railroad service in 1955. ;.,;..
V SCENTED CULPRIT
CHICAGO (UP) Suburban po
lice were en the wrong scent anwt
they set up a trap to corral wild
dogs. The tenth animal to ,,fcf
into the trap was a skunk-w-t-
promptly won its freedom, v '1"
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER mi
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THE MAIL BOX
aw. T T i i J T,' i rj nilllQt 1 AHC
, inese are my l jjucp ruiu iuc-.. l-
1 What Is Phil Steers salary, and does he get a percentage
bf ths collections, as I have heard people saying?
1 2 What is the aaWry of the president of the American Red
brow, and what tonw expense account?
, 3. What Is tne net amount uie ncu iviuos apem, u.
City disaster, excluding money loaned to victims with good to
kxcellent credit? ; ., nm
4 Why don't these large, money-hungry organizations get
k stake, loan this money out to needy individuals at a low per percentage
centage percentage to cover the huge salaries and new sedans and plusn
JMfice buildings euch as the new multi-million one in Washing Washington
ton Washington DC'
'5. Does the Red Cross make money out of doughnuts?
t t oon cAt anmp ronvinMno' answers saving the money is
fceing well used for the benefit of the needy rather than the
greedy my conscience then will hurt for not giving a full day s
FORMULA FOR DELINQUENCY
f lt I am a delinquent This is how you get that way. Subscribe
to a telephone in the Army. Don't pay the bill for one month,
and you are delinquent
1 1 Do you think they would send you a notice or reminder? Yes
they do after it is cverdue. How do you receive it? Through
your company commander, together with the information that
you are delinquen. and your stripes will be removed. j
i How can a bih be due when you don't know when it's due?
jHow can it be Delinquent if you haven't gotten a notice? Under
axny iorm OI DUblilces yidiuiut ni wic wui.u yu ecu a uiri-ifG.
I So if the phone bill U always delinquent even though you
'don't know it's due. then I suggest all Ols have their phones re res'
s' res' moved before they lose a stripe. If I lose a stripe you will hear
'about it, for I am not afraid to tell the world. It's no shame to
lorget a phone DM. and it s easy wnen you ao noi receive a nouce.
Trevor Simon?' praDes aren't sour, thev are bitter. Talk
khont. hit.Hno- hard and dirtv all his rjunches in Titter Rags
(Sports page. Oct. 29) were low and foul. I just can't believe a
man in his position, considered to be a good sportsman, could
write such unsnortsmanJikc trash. And then to talk about the
referees not seeing, I think they were looking in Just one direc
tion at the BHS scvao.
Simons knew? as wen as everyone else that both teams were
out to win. Balboa might have more weight than Cristobal,
which is why CHS get hurt more easily, but I dont believe tne
Balboa team was out to injure any boy on that field.
It sure would have been a completely different story in Tiger
Jtags if CHS had won the game. I still believe that this year
' Cristobal has the best football team they Jifcveieyer. had. It is
a pcor excuse bringing up Kirkland's operation. If he is in such
b&d condition, his coach and parents afe to blame for allowing
him to play. He had no business on a football field. After all,
it isn't a mild game .
Simons should think twice before writing such an unsports unsportsmanlike
manlike unsportsmanlike article again I am sure the students, coaches and ref referees
erees referees did not appreciate it.
OUT TO WIN
Do you think it is right to have a former C.H.S. student
one who favors C.H.S. write sports columns?
In the firs place, he has a lot of nerve saying that the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs played dirty iootbah. Just because B.H.S. is rougher and
better doesn't mean they are out to break the rules.
I am sure that the Bulldogs were not "out to hurt" the Ti Ti-:
: Ti-: gers, but they were out to win aren't all the teams?
Why was Kirklann playing football with a condition as he
toad? Poor boy shouldn't have played if he wasn't up to it.
In all of Trevor Simons' articles, he mentions the players
that get hurt in C.H.S., he never mentions the B.H.S. players.
I'd like to say "get well quick" to Lewis Bateman and all the oth other
er other players on both sides.
SoPIPOIIp W'hn Wink a Neutral SlWirli U'rlt..
ODI. TO THE ODIOUS
Just as Sayeye says, I'm modest.
And for long I've been content,
With my light teneath a bushel,
When I needed most a tent.
Now as poet, I'm your master;
I produce them slicker, faster,
On subjects far beyond your scope and ken.
I can turn a stanza simple,
Or a treatise most profound on mice and men.
Yours "comes on" like the mutter
Of a moron in the gutter.
Who cares about the egg upon my vest?
Was lt purchased by the pittance
Of your old-age fund remittance,
Or has envy been astir within your breast?
Your lemarks, a wee bit snide.
Are replete of Jekyll-Hyde;
And your drivel's schizophrenic there's no doubt
Why not see a good head shrinker,
Who has room for one more stinker,
Perhaps it's not too late to help you out.
You will surtly lino out later.
That the whole world hates a hater;
This bit of logic holds forever true.
Anri when you taunt your master,
You are courting neer disaster.
So drop if You old master-taunter, you.
Sadeye Sam Fan
(Whoever That Is)
By VTCTOR RIESEL
There was music in the wistful
voice vi Carl Sandburg when he
met the press on TV tne otner nigh
inis caaence dian't cracK wnen
Queryinu reuoiveis swuiik irutn
lyrics to labor and kco it he did
not think that unions bad grown
Soitlv. as though he were strum
ming ms answers on his favorite
guiur, uie poet saiu:
"Wnen I w.ss young, there us used
ed used to bo in every town a two
irorv building and tno woras
upon is said 'Labor Temple.' Now
tne re are offices and statistics."
The trouble, Mr. Sandburd, is
thai tne money cnangers crept
into some of tne temples and turned
ui.Mii lino palaces, snuiung tnem
selves o.x irom ihe peopie mey
saouiu nave Deen serving. Tne sa
sa Ol tnese money changers wil
.ever be compete wnnoui Uui un
loiu story ot jJave BecK. who still
runs me leamsiers Union, it is
me story 01 a union Oj. Teamster
employes, mostly girls, which becic
smasueu. 11 is uiu uioiy o. anotner
tuna oi corruption, more injurious
to an labor man tiitini,' the till.
It was not too lang ago tnat xeek
hired some tfU W asnmgton girls
to stall tne Team seers' o,60u,iwo
palace. He was willing to pay 7
M to $10 apiece lor ash-tray b, Dyt
not union wages. Nor would Beck
recognized a union of the gins' own
tnooaing as is me laW Wincn Beck
nas trown at a thousand business
Alter the girls were uired, Local
i ot iiowaiu cuugnnn s umce im
ployes International Union ap
proacned tne Teamster cmeis ui
mg tnat tney sign a union con
tract tor their o.uce staff. Beck
orusnea ou the union organizers
He did what other labor chiefs
have sxcoriatsd businessman for
ding. Bock called in the girls
..one by on, He warned than not
to oin ha Or nee tmpioyss' U U-nion.
nion. U-nion. Ho instead urged tnem to
-..join a company union the Te,a
srers, vno are nra employers in
Beck ran through his usual
routine he tnea to ouy uem. Me
onered tnen free first-run movies
in the private theater elsewnere
in the building. He offered free
parking space. He didn't Quite sav
it, but tie gave the impression that
tnose wno withstood ihe zhite col collar
lar collar union would go far in the Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' palace.
There would be a health and
welfare plan, including dental co co-merage,
merage, co-merage, and there would be cut cut-rate
rate cut-rate lunches in the building's res
taurant. There' would also be
lounges, coffee breaks, sun terra
ces and piped-in music.
Finally, the Office Employes' Employes'-National
National Employes'-National president, believing -himself
a man of equal rights,
oven with International president
Dave Back, got a friend of George
Moany to sot up an appoint
ment with Beck. It IssVid five
minutes. Back spoke for all but
hirty seconds. r
He told Couehlin they could do
great things together. Of course,
the first step was to merge the
white collar union with the Team
sters. Coughlin broke in to say he
really didn't come to be dissolved.
He wanted Seek, the union pe pe-sident,
sident, pe-sident, to permit Beck's employes
to join a union of their own choos choosing.
ing. choosing. Beck said gooby.
Incidentally, while they were
talking in Beck's office. Beck's of office
fice office manager distribued member
ship cards in the Teamsters Upion
too the girls.
The office workers then decid
ed to picket the opening of the
building wntch was t- be dedicat
ed by George Meany. This, in ef
fect, would have meant picketing
Meany. &o tne omce workers chalk
ed this one up and Beck had his
open shop. Still has it, as a matter
Later Beck and some of his col
leagues boasted of the manner in
which they handled the matter-
tor they were not. and are not.
really labor leaders. They make a
business of this thing. It was at
that time that Beck send work to
Ho'fa, through Nate Shefferman,
that he would be willing to auit
and become President Emeritus
long before the current crisis.
wnat Beck wanted was the full
power t handle the Teamsters'
$35,000,000 treasury investing the
money in siocks, oonas ana mort mortgages
gages mortgages as he saeriit. His eyes would
light up when he talked of finan financial
cial financial manipulations. The rank-and
-file took second place o the tra tra-sury
sury tra-sury and he rights of man.
If that first moral corrosion had
not seened into the Labor TemnlM
there's have been no opening either
ior tne money cnangers or th
other corruption which makes
poets like Carl Sandburg and peas peasants
ants peasants like myself so saddened.
FRINGE FASHION Ofay
silk fringe forma the veil in this
original creation by AJbouy of
Paris. A UghUbroWB velvet
toque with asymmetric brim
i snakes a perfect otck ground to
the gray net. The pretty Pari Parisian
sian Parisian model does the bat Justice.
MAN BOUT TOWN
Th Ouentin Reynolds debunked
the rumor in the hospital wnere
Virginia is at his bedside. .Tab
Hunter's new breath-taker is Alice
Kine. a makeup artist. ..Ramon
Navarro, (yesteryear scrrea idol)
has found youth' again with Feli
cia Baker, rich widder. .Joyce
lar is back in the cast of "Aunt
ip Mame" after a fortnightNat Mt.
Sinai hosp celebrating her health
with actor Robert Higgins.'.. .Del .Del-la
la .Del-la Reese, the recording star, will
seek her.ireedom trora. a. uejra
ter after 6 years, i ".Presley'a' lal
est hot-beat is Pennv Banner, on
of the mdst attractive 'wrasslers
in, a 5-woman wrassie-royai...ine
blessed-event at tha Jack 'Bri 'Brians
ans 'Brians has been named Bridget Ma-
rv. JBe careful crossing midtown
7 -m, i 1- 1 1 I
streets, xou may get mi oy a am-
Midtown Vignette: George Wood
of the William Morris Agency and
the Elia Kazans of the kleig-and-
footligbts were dining in Gallag
hers, 3 blocks south of Aioert a-
nastasia s murder scene, a lew
dinner times before he was assis-
sinated. .A waiter brought the
trio'"another round" of what they
had been drinking. ."Who sent
thesep" asked Mr. Wood..."Com-
pliments of Mr.-A.." informed the
Captain. "He wishes you all good
The "Compulsion" landlords now
include critic Brooks Atkinson in
their prayers. They credit the box
office queue (despite mixed notic
es) to his 3 magic words: "Per
know who's out front, kids Tom
my Leonetti impressed the Hit
Parade agency people while
thrashing in a Chinese restaurant.
. .Marguerite Higgins (Pulitzer
Prize war correspondent for the
Trib) invested her loot, in a subur suburban
ban suburban eatery near Washington. A
Howard Johnson operation. .Mike
and Jan Cowles' lovely dghtr Ka Katie
tie Katie makes her debut at a sala
party Dec. 21 in Miami. .Avia
tion tycoon Sherman Fairchild
(never a groom) may chance his
mind. Her name is Diane Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, a leading model Just back
from Paree. .Actress Elaine
Stritch, who can play a defeated
sweetheart without studying the
script, nas lost her head and heart
again to an actor.
The Int'l Set: Bella Darvi's most
attentive pur suit or is French indus industrialist
trialist industrialist Bernard Berderie. .Lena
Turner's London night club escort
is Henry Buzsell, British politico.
. .Countess Eborhardt (Cotton
iress Ellen Bostwick of Mobile)
is unwinding from her mate in
Switzerland. He's en Austrian no
ble. .Prince Constantino Nocolou-
ais or breece wing'd here to sigh
about Roberta McDonald, pretty
singer, who floored him in Ywrrop
last Summer. ,L a d y Carolyn
Freud from Freud's grandson)
rendetwoos with youtAi newsman
Joe Dewer at Syessof s Villa Vic Victor.
tor. Victor. .Prince Philip can work, for
Madison Averwo ad agency execs
any time. They went wild about
Harlem's too scandal: An alleg
ed $11,000 shortage at Cong. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Powell's church. No suspects
yet .All the employes at Lindy's
cnippea in to buy a forest garden
(in Israel) in memory of Lee Lin-
ay. tne late vice president tne
Runyon Fund. .the Fund ack acknowledges
nowledges acknowledges receipt of its 450th be
quest ($28,326.58) from tne estate
of the late Arthur G. Lee ef Alba Albany,
ny, Albany, N. Y. .Mai. Cen. Chas, Wil Wil-oughby
oughby Wil-oughby (retired), MaeArthur ex express
press express chief, will news-commentate
for a U.S. firm over 20 So. Amer
ican mikes. .When Alan Gale
walked out on his Town and Coun Country
try Country booking (after 2 niehts). it
was a S60.O0O trn I ftnh HnDe's
grandson via daughter L y d i a
(Mrs. Carl Maisel). .Kit a Mor
lev (the original Coty Girl) middle
aisles with Kennenth Harvey (of
the musical "Rumple") oil, Nov.;
The Reggie Hammersfeins decid
ed- on an amicable abrogation.
She was pre-war deb Mary Steele.
She continues as Girl Friday to
brother-in-law Oscar.", .Connecti
cut s. Bui Wakeman and Georgette
McDonald are in' ThriPsville.
Eyeful Rae Allen of "I Knock, at
the Door" becomes musical direc
tor Herhert Harria- hriita shnrtlv.
& rcier winsten, the film critic,
to merge wnn punucist a d ojf
nana?.-, .taen Hoc duets:, jua jua-nita
nita jua-nita Welles and Fulton Lewii. 3rd.
and Pamela Bobbins plus Marsh-
ail uodge, 3rd. .Princess Faisal
(of the Saudi Arabia Faisals) was
born at N. Y. Hosp. because the
mother wanted her to be an Amer
ican. .Ambassador Jock Whitney,
whose mint helps pay the Trib's
society page wages, abhors "so
ciety." Always insisted on being
omitted irom the social Register,
Katharine Hepburn's Piccadilly
escort Is Maurice Lewin, a writer.
. .beorge Sanders and June-1
Howard, concert pianist (they ig ignited
nited ignited in H'wood), are swapping
baby-talk in London, too. . ;That
noisy invective from there is
Pride and Pa s i o n" oroducer
Stanley Kramer disagreeing with
the critics. .One of the Rockefel Rockefel-llers
llers Rockefel-llers plans suing a coffee firm for
using the family name in Ita com
mercial. .Merv Griffin, the o o-rlole,
rlole, o-rlole, has kerplunked for Dr. I I-rene
rene I-rene -Harrison, a socieloaisti ..'
Shores North may try it aaaln
with William Horiich, TV scripter.
. .Dept. of Justicers in nrahina
the interests of radio-TV broad
casters in the recordino bii. On
top independent platter firm sup supplied
plied supplied the Feds with evidence alleg
ing resrrainr of trade. .Atom spy
Greengless' next stoo befor
Memphis Feder I Grand JurvT. lt
Is probing how the Kremlin aat
Little Rock moderates ara m-nnn.
ing to boom Harry Ashmore (edit
tor of the local newspaper) for
uov. oi atk. utto Preminger's
ex-wile Marion and musicman
Charles Ross prefer the fiddle
symphonies at Monsignore. ; .The
carry auiiivan-iiita Hall idyll is
the envy ov the lonelv in th mirt.
town boites. .Nancv Woodruff
and CBS', casting Vip are honey honeymooning
mooning honeymooning in Bermuda. .Tennistar
- if 1 B
AELL! Returning the eam eam-Taman's
Taman's eam-Taman's stare, this gerenuk
lisplays his almost swanlike
teck in a formal pose at New
fork's Bronx Zoo, Theerenuk. ; ?
renounced with i hard "g." as
t gazelle, is expected to prove
. popular attraction at the ioo"'
ot only because ef 1t beauty,
tjt because it has a' speciai
tick of standing on hind legs.
Dick Savitt delivers his romantic
serves to the Sutton Restaurant's
hatchick, a Greek goddess. .Att'n
Variety: Confreres' report Gil Ga Gabriel's
briel's Gabriel's wages on the Sufi (as cri
tic) started at $90 Jer.-It; w a si
$135 whett he lefjEbr,-$350 at ,the
Journal. I .Reently resigned G G-man
man G-man Lou Niofeols (his FBI work
is famed) if mulling 3' offers.
Schenley's may win him. ir
.9., III. Utl.UWIBJL I U
showing the town to Gerald 0 Hal-
toran, one or tire s top stock bro brokers.
kers. brokers. .Grace Carstairs, the beau beauty
ty beauty Ty Power gave all his to, al
dates to (before he wing'd back
to London) is his scalp medic.
Kicnara JKgan of We?- mopm-pit-
cnas nas gone social with the So Social
cial Social Register's Virginia Phipps. At
the Colony daily for luncheon. fl
Universars new starlet, Geraldine
Hall, and v. Chaplin, Jr., are co cozy.
zy. cozy. . Composer Albert Hague
("Plain and Fancy") and bis Re-
nee are rehearsing lullabies. .Mil .Mil-licent
licent .Mil-licent Congden of Fair Lady" is
being courted by L. Calmanson.
. .Mnee Anna Magnani got her Os Oscar
car Oscar all her Italian-made films, un
fortunately, phlop. .Brandos
marriage left French actress Dora
Doll in tears, v All the guessers
say gang chief ; Anastasia was
slain by others who wanted to be
Mr. Big. The real Mr. Bigs in the
underworld never get rich in the
PUCE YOUR ORDER
Choice in Colors
"' M ty PtlW HUIO
WASHINGTON This' : column
recently .disclosed that the Army
has six satellites in a warehouse
at the Redstone Arsenal."' Hunts
ville, Ala.r which it believes could
have been launched well ahead of
tne Kussian sputnik.
- They have been fathering cob
weDs lor six months.
Three months a sn the Budeet
Bureau ODeratini directly under
the Whitev House, actually sent au auditors
ditors auditors to Huntsville to make sure
not one penny; was pent hy the
Army un sateiuies. ; ;v
This column also revelaed that
the original 1954 satellite program;
uperauon orniter,"" which used
the Navy,-; the Army, and the Air
rorce. ail wonting as a team, had
been switched in July 1955 to "O-
peration Vanguard" and put sole
ly unaerme JNayy.
The Navy hat an Excellent man
John P. Hagen. in charge of this
operation. But the Navy was the
least experienced branch of the
armed services to be given exclns
ive control of tha satellite because
the chief problem is boosting the
satellite into outer space.
This requires a missile or ro'c-
xet. oi tremendous nower. and the
Army and Air Force have been
weu ahead in developmg such a
missile. t-.vr ;
In fact, it was not until, last
week that the first stage of the
missile for "Operation vanguard"
was finally got off the ground at
cape Canaveral, Fia.'
WHY THE INEFFICIENCY!
The nnpstinn u;Viirh .tha Amari.
can nnhli i cntitla : in lr tha
Eisenhower administration, there-
iore, is wny tne switcnin from
different branches -jjf- the armed
Whv the inefficfanrv"
Whv the trusir rielav trhfrh anit
III untnlH ln n rirailicra thrniiah.
out tne worio ana definitely eon
tributed to the toughening of
nussian poncy m tne Near East 7
- Because of rigid censorship by
uib jibeuihiwm ail rii iiii.i rai inn
these answers are hard tn oat
But the No. 1 answer la 'laalr nt
Miirecuon at tne top.
Under Roosevelt, the r; atomic
bomb or "Manhattan Proiart"
was placed under the direction of
one man, Gen. .Leslie Groves of
tne Army, now with Remington
Grovel was nnr a aaiantiit Km
he was ah administrator. He' was
responsible idirectly to the com-
manaer-in-cniei, t rsnKlin jioose
velt. AH the scientists-worked un
der him. .,-
He nlarart fir nnhai4 nmunl,.)
mer directly in charge of building
ujo uujnn ai duos Aiamos.: ,4 i
Sinra than, tha, Vieenhnu,,..-- mi
ministration. Jias. hanishaH rtnnan.
ueuner p;om government ;work and
brih '.; talented
Other sclenHats. siiMi a a Ttr VA.
ward Condon, former head of the
Bureau of Slanrfrrf, .
been intimidated or banished.
Under the much-publicized Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower "team" thara h. (i...
. T P-w aBBB
little actual teamwork. Each bran
of the armed services competed
against the other. Each went be before
fore before Congress to demand more
money materials, and manpower.
The presetn commander -1 in in-chief
chief in-chief who so emphasized team team-play
play team-play actually had no team-play.
mougn ae spent nis me in tha mi military
litary military he did not art a
r w vvuiiiiBuuvi
over his own military.
inai was tne primary reason why
our world leadershtn in caianaa a.
Another reason was ht hucm...
competition to get, in pn govern government
ment government contracts. -' 7,-
rroo nigllilgllLCU y A01.
John Nickerson, who Charged that
uenerai motors, Ben 'Telephone,
and Douslai 1 Airaraft-Lrha 4ivmi
two companies once dose to the
Secretary, of Defense and the Un Undersecretary
dersecretary Undersecretary of Defense had pul pulled
led pulled wires to put the intermediate
range ballitie missile excusively
with tha Air Force because tha
Army, was working with Chrysler.
The Nickerson courtmartlal was
hushed up before it could explore
these charges, but it Is a fact that
General Motors,- Bell Telepaou.,
and Douglas developed the Air
And it is also i fact that the
Amy' Jupiter got into the air a a-head
head a-head of the. T or, yet Wilson want wanted
ed wanted to shut down the Army's work
altogether., ,t ,f)
This may be one explanation
of why the Budget Bureau sent an.
ditord to Huntsville to stop .all sa satellite
tellite satellite work and why the six sate.
lites were never launched.'
The Budget Bureau knew the
Army was chafing under Wilson n
order and presumably wanted
to tw.ke mre seme rebellions
Army officer, perhaps another
Nickerson, didn't lump 'tha fun
and launch a satellite as a pu publicity
blicity publicity stunt. Jtiv
If he had. American' nratia In
the world today wquW have been
much better off. "'
In addition there was' annthar
factor which may have contributed
to inefficiency and. which will ha
discussed in a future column.
. ATOMIC COMPETITION
During their recent rrln in Ttna.
sia, members of the Joint Congres
sional Atomic Energy committee
Visited the Dubna hirfr enertrv la.
boratory where the world's largest
synchrotron is installed, with a
capacity of 10 billion electron volts.
' Kaatarf at lnitah Kaaia Ik. di
rector of the laboratory; Sen. A1-.
oen uore tu ienn.) was asked
how American' scientists got their
money- for research projects;
"WelL'ifrenlied Gore' "the Pre.
sident nreaents a reauest for funria
to Cengress, and then the House
and the Senate vote. After that
there's a compromise and finally
the President approves the total
amouni. .' ;. :. svv
"That's not exactly what I
meant." said the Russian. "How do
your scientists submit their re requests
quests requests P" ,'. ; J,
Oh." said Gore' "they make an
initial request and then it's re
flected in the President s recom recommendation
mendation recommendation to. Congress. By the
way, how do you Russian scient
ists get your funds for research?"
The Russian ignored the ernes-
tion ;- : '1 ,? '-!) iif
'You know.' he contmuedLl?'!
have been told by some of your
Americanr scienustsr tnat tne way : ;
they get their money is to say.
The? f Russians- hare a 80-raega- -volt
cyclotroni and we need a bia-t ;
gar one Or, Tha Russians have A v
5,000-KW reactor and we need a
bigger oneA Is that true? ?
,' " i ' t;
.."Just a minute' Intarruptsd Rap
Mel Price (D 111.). "Senator; you
asKea me genueman now nussian
scientists get their money for ra
search, and he hasn't answered
"Same way," declared the Rus Russian.
sian. Russian. "-
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Communist PenetratSon In Mideast
Causes Alarm Among Arab Leaders
'WASHINGTON, Nov i (W)
The Skvty Union "e'Py.i
hand In toe Middle East o badly
that Arab leaders, Including tome
at the extent of Communist pene pene-&fiy!siofficiaU
&fiy!siofficiaU pene-&fiy!siofficiaU said. today.
These officlkis gave' this unoffi unofficial
cial unofficial explanation for Moscow', sud sudden
den sudden switch from tough war talk
aSut the Syrian-Turkish dispute
to soft words about peace in the
ousted defense minister, for their
failure to win a Pr?Pndaun.dt
diplomatic victory m the latest
' A Kremlin Fight
"thes sources "'r"Ph?il!d
- the? believe Zhukov's dowmau ac actual!
tual! actual! : stemmed from 't Kremun
light over the- relations between
the Communist party, and the Red
Army.. :. ...
nana fhx reasons
U.O. ouiciai ft ----
r Pimii'i annarent. backdown
from its war scare in the Turkish
Syrian dispute :
o'ficials out of acceptance offer
Sand of Saudi Arabia to
mediate the dispute wita- Turkey,
This 'display of Moscow control ov over
er over 'Damascus alarmed and frignj frignj-ene"d
ene"d frignj-ene"d nationalist-minded Arab lead leaders,'
ers,' leaders,' including some Syriansj.
r Moscow suddenly realized that
Hcould not emerge from the Mid Middle
dle Middle Est crisis with a reintorced
reputation as a peace advocate.
In the United Nations, the- Soviets
found themselveg being blamed
for increasing tensions in the area.
. t v
Might Start War
I .'... M: 1. v .' ..,V.:.;W.
Kremlin leaders apparently hi hi-cajit
cajit hi-cajit apprehensive that the Mid Mideast
east Mideast erisiS-sBjight lead to a ahoot ahoot-ing
ing ahoot-ing war between the East and
Vtest, which they did not. want.
iMoscow's predicted dates for
Tthtklsluattack on Sfrls came and
wentv without any Turkish action.
It was well known in the Mideast
that the-dates coincided with a
period when most Turkish gen general
eral general would be out o! uniform
participating in the Turkish elec elections.
tions. elections. j
U.S. officials said the turning
point of the Soviet diplomatic of offensive
fensive offensive was apparently an incident
in. Damascus on Oct. 21. At the
tko "Svrian tiovernment had
virtually accepted Saud's offer to
Rut Inn that dav. reliable infor
mation has indicated, Soviet
Charge d' Affaires Nikolai vassuen-
ko talked tnree ximes wim oynau
'loialoi in a iirressfnl effort to
persuade tnem to reject aauu i ui-
Thi. KnlH.fsroH demonstration of
Soviet control over Syria was said
to have had a. chiiung eneci noi
only on Saud and other, Arab lead leaders,
ers, leaders, but even on some officials in
the Syrian government.
A r h Hri eiiddenlv realized
the extent of Soviet penetration in
me iuiuvaaw v -was cwv w wi.
these Arab leaders relayed tneir
concern to the Syrian government.
Israel Reveals Aid
Given By French
JERUSALEM, Israeli Sector,
Novi 2 (UP) France sent secret
shipments of military equipment
totaling 40,000 tons to Israel in the
six months preceding the invasion
of Egypt; Israel has revealed.
Shimon Peres, director eeneral
of defense, said French Premier
Guy Mollet and other top French
leaders decided earlv in 1956 to
meet Israel's security demands
for arms "because they understood
we were right," ....
" i nwnnN Nov. 2 (UP) Ac
cess Ava 'Gardner has sedud sedud-a
a sedud-a w.oir in j a hotel here to
recover from the, effects of ( I
i. ..j i irirV it. was re
ported today. It also was reported
she had Asian flu. ;-
i n.. nnrt came from t Walter
Chiari the Italian comedian who
h.. heen Miss Gardner'a i latest
! and steadiest r escort,' The other
report came from, her agent, John
iu.inr'i.-,til''VJi.. ; ..
t, Miss Gardner remained incom incommunicado,,,
municado,,, incommunicado,,, instructing hotel -clerks
to deny she even wag nere.
. ttti nlnpidfnrn a movie.
ing both Miss Gardner and bull
fijfhting openea in nuon yesiei
day, i.' t
Chiari'a report was this:
"She was hurt in an accident
at a bull ranch in Spain. Thaff
.11 i trnnw I-saw her this mornin?
ut she wouldn't ta'k; about it.'
! Harding's story was tms:
"She's got Asian flu. So have I.
So have Tots of people.
'(It's ridiculous to suppose that
she was hurt by a cow or a bull.
Certainly she went" riding at a
rmnh in Sniin Tvcentlv. but she
didn't go near the bulls and the
cows on the rancn were oniy
ahnnt a war nld
A London Daily Mail columnist
claimed to have gotten more
details on the cow-kicking version
from Chian. He saia miss uara-
max nine ImritaH frt Vie "lttfflf1l vf fl
'eadine Spanish bullfighter earlier
"In his Drivate- bullring he
staeed a nlendid fight in her
honor with young, cows.", the
columnist said. "Miss Gardner,
whose- love, of bulls is exceeded
fighters, entered 'the lists against
a cow.. -,., j... ... r,,,
"Mirabel, probably aching ', for
headlines, d r o d 1 1 v uuended.
butted and kicked Hollywood's
lavorite star in the back of the
(In Madrid ft was renortAt) that
Ava visited the ranch of bull-
fighter vAngel Peralta last Satur Saturday
day Saturday and got into "a rim? with cows.
Tk. : J ji
a iie icpun aiu one Or
ear as a vss v a ,r.i
.TF.RtTSAT.RM Tsrnpll Sector
Nov, 2 (UP)Premier David Ben-
kGurion, 71; gave in to doctors" oe oe-imands
imands oe-imands today and stayed in a hos
pital to recover from wounds suf suffered
fered suffered at the hands of deranged
grenade .thrower., -' v. -Ms:
' ': .' s,.'. V'r.'". "'."iV".'t"
T 1 1 1. ..J j HMlltIM, All
both- hands suffered in the. bomb-
na of the Parliament xuesaay.
Ben-Gurion insisted th. was. -well
enough to go home. Physicians
finauy talked him into staying m
the hospital for more" rest:-
Foreign Minister Golda Meir,
wounded in the leet, lelt the hos hos-oital
oital hos-oital yesterday but was ordered to
eaturJ remain in bed at home through
Religious Affairs Minister Moshe.
Shapiro, the mot' seriously up
jured, was making steady prog progress
ress progress but still was not out of dan danger
ger danger from head and abdominal
Police said there vas no evi
dence that Moshe B. Duek, who
ihr,i tho iirpnade was connected
with any political attempt on the
government. He nas spem um u
a mental institution.
Reasons Of Health
Of High E. German
v BERLIN,- NoV. 2 (UP) Com-
muniot ITocf f.armanv'l sprffft no
lice chief and ranking sabotage ex expert,
pert, expert, Ernst WoUweber, 59, re resigned
signed resigned yesterday for "reasons of
"The minister of state security
was replaced immediately oy
Erich Mielke. 51, who received his
training in Moscow and served his
apprenticeship as a leaaer oi itea
goon 'squads in pre-Hiuer uer-
THE PANAMA AMERICAN Si -'AN IKDEf ENDENT DAILT NEWSfAPEB
Ava Gardner" Kicked I'50?1! p'cmic.r;
By Cow In Spain
Or Flu In England
; r l
was not injured.)
Western observers were inclined
to accept at face value the govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment announcement that Wollwebr
korl foaionnd Kf-rSUSfi of HlneSS-
.L.J L... tiiA tho nVirasine of the an
il aiu one or ram "-r Z. j u. u.j
her, but she apparently nouncement indicated he had not
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What : assurance do we have that Jesus was God? The
coming of Jesus was to show men the way to 'God
through Christ Sermon No. 2 from I John? ; .. -. .
6 :00-JET CADET aniis YQUTH FELLOWSHIP
U$ the church assist the home In Christian trainingv
h- . ..'...
7:00 "IS TITHING FOR CHRISTIANS TODAY ?w
Was the tithe for the O. T. only? Does the N, T. teach
the tithe? What did Christ say about-, tithing? Is it a
ain not to tithe? How do 1 know tithing works?"
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name nickname tor the ny principality
' of Liechtenstein, 61 square
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people, is represented overseas
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Having taken part,in no wars
for 150 years, it maintains no
' army... Its capital, M Vadu,
manufactures only two items,
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f Noted Conference and Youth Camp Speaker
of Kenosha, Wisconsin
SPECIAL SERVICES Nov. 5 thru Nov. 10
, Nirhtly at 7:00 pm. (except Saturday evening)
SUNDAY Sunday School at 10 a.m. Classes all ages.
.. ,v Morning Worship at 11 a.m.
' Evening Evangelistic at 7:00 p.m.
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I JJ Jr PRE-TEENO'S and fiiP. V:.
11 & nnnn Dancins School
hv hv Miss Harnett
STARLIGHT 7f --i:
x-r-t group,. caiipsq
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November 8.in 1957
Music by Clarence Martin
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Church of Christ
W. W. Burrow. Kvmim
' ALJK)A: 0S&1. Balboa Road.
JjUSTOBAi-: Amtrlcan Laitton Hall
' fticvicta Sunday 10:00 ajn. 1:001. '"
'lUoTkBAJO: Hou.. No. JOU 1SU.
I Sunday 4 JO p.m
CUl ill Bruja Koa
Kail fadcrewalu, rait
! Suiiaay School
' Morning VYoiitup
! 1'rajnil'a Uno"
.' FWr Meeting, Wednaaday
, i jiwiuxn Bible School
I roXrhood-4lh Monday .
11. UO a m
fOSt BATTim CHUBC1I
Balboa Halfhta, CZ.
C27 Ancon Boulevard
Orawei "B" Balboa Helgbta
Phone Balboa 1727
William H. Beeby, Paator
Baptiat Training Union ....
Evangelistic Service ........
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday.
W.M S Bible Study Xhura-
liftn'a BroUiernood itiat
Monday in month!
FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH
Margarita Avenue at 5th Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rev. WendaU C. Parker, Paater
imaav School a :4a a.m
iip3rt XrainingK Union 6 30 p.m.
Kvaninl Worship 7 45 p.m.
Brotherhood. Tueadaya ...... 7 .00 o.m.
rayar Sarvicea. Wednesdays 7:00 pm.
: W M.U. 1st & 3rd Fridaya
C.A.. H.A., Sunbaama,
3 JO p.m.
CapUin tt Mra. at. Grant
! ta Febtwirv Street. Phone: 3-2005a
' 11:00 Jlolineaa Meeting.
, 1:00 Sunday School.
I 7:30 Salvation Meeting
! la soca c.z.
I Lteatenant Panay Campbell
Bunding No. 1080, Phone: 2-286.'
a 11 loJines. Meeting.
, 3:00 funds; School.
. 7 JO S!vation Meeting
J PARAiSO, C.2.
T Envoy c Mrs. C. L. Moselci
T Cuiara SaeeL
t:00 Sii.dav School.
' 11:00 Huimesk Meeting.
3:00 Surday School.
J 7:30 Salvation Meeting.
Renter t apt. and Mra. C. Moomawvy.
J4th SUeel. Phone: 31-743.
COLOiN 1H1RL. STREET
730 Solvation Meeting
RAINBOW CIT CZ.
Envoy J. Gill.
St. Kiits and Jamaica Street
il:00 Ho;nem Meeting.
3:00 Ptnday Scnool.
7:30 Solvation Meeting.
Tie Rev. Oaear W. Olsea, Pasler
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Phone 2-1486 Church Office
J t:S0 a.m. Church School Tree bus
aervjc. wiasaea lor all aiea.
" 10:30 a.m. Worship Service The
" Expanaea beasion for Nursery. Kinder
T. garten and Primary Depls. Church
- lime nursery lor children under 3 yrs
- (.DO p.m. Junior Hlalt Fellowship
Post High Fellowship.
.7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship.
iiw p.m. evening service.
Tke Rev. Ray M. Blakely Minister
with Adult Bible
Service of Worship. 11:00.
Tenth Fellowship, :.
. Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore T.. Franklin Paster
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res. 3-14!t8
:4S am. Church School. Bus service
Clanes. Nursery through adult.
11:00 am. Morning Worship.
Niiren for infants and small chil
liW p.m. Junior Fellowship.
a):15 p.m. Youth Fellowship.
A complete schedule of auxiliary sc
tlritiec and official meetings as an
nounced from week to week.
Rev. Walker M. AMertan
Of: 8-470 Baa.' -134
'3d a-m. Sundav School.
14:40 a.m. Momma WorshlB.
Official meeting and week-day ctl-
vl tire aa anitotrncaeL
til MtTltUUIST CHURCH
i. '" v (aVWrai Canfaranea-t
. : aw: avilli i.-.i....
' 14ti SU Panaaad Ctty
M am MamtPt Pravar and
Beaaaint F.-ayar and
Tttrwrrr mrtmntrr cutjbch
Ids straad swhI MeWedat am
3 ia.y ii Sarrtea ad Half
8 aaa giawaay 8 re, eat
1 11 aaa Eoaauna
1 (Maty Caanaaimliin 1st Standavet
atdaw IN sa i'aae Maatana.
fitcr- a-rw.iurl tuiiRCH
, Basal n City. CX
unday hnliaa a a and 4 'ta.a a
Vartae tktarmt fnr an aae at 1 10 atm
-Tvwr taettnttaa Ta Warrttta
Tuaaoay 1 pm. Prayea feruag
Churchti l k many fiifki In Ida Canal Xana, n4 tka farmlnal trtiaa
at Panama ana Calan. Jtaaualk at Panama. 4 walcama a all
timet la man and waman a th arma4 tarvicai, ana1 la civilian naiflh naiflh-kari.
kari. naiflh-kari. rrlandi tni llranftrt. ,.
A a aukllt aarvlca, Th Panama Amariaan litti kalaw, ky danaml danaml-natiani,
natiani, danaml-natiani, neticaa af kanra at wanhia ana alkar raf ular activitiai. J)
Littinai ara ratalaa I ram tima la tiiM. Danaminatiant kvln only
aaa ar twa caairafaliani ara Hirad unaar "Olkar Churcka Sarviai.'
A ipacial liatin it inciiM far aarvlaaf at Army aarta. Air Fafca baaat
and Naval Italian!. ......
Miniitara, ekurefc aactatariaa and ckaplaina ard aikad ta intarm tM
nawi daik in wrHinf ky Wadnatday naan at tka latait af any ckanflaa
far tka taming Saturday' tkarak p af a.
it. Mmvs i uinrv ailhai
Sunday Maxas: 1:90. (M. I0:M end
'Woe Maaaeei tja. ('.Mi ll
.1 E AA m
f nnfi.,'n.: Saturday. 3:30 to f:00
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday, before
First Fr'day: 7:03 to S: t.m.
Miraculoua Medal Novana! 7:00 p.m
Catechimn clasa after the 3:00 maaa
High School Study Club SdO P-am, on
SACRED HEART Ancen
Sunday Maasae: 5:55, 7:30 t:S0 am
Holy Day maim: 5:55 am. anJ i:O0
Confeaslona: Saturday 3:30 to e:00 and
7:15 to 3:00 p.m. Tbureday before Firat
rriday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart uivmiwhj f.w p-
Catecniam viaae a:i
OUR LADT OF FATIMA Cnrnndn
Sunday Masa at 1.00 a.m.
Holy Day Maaa at 3:30 p.m.
Confaaalona: :00 to :5 pm aa Sat
Catecnum biasa; aaiwiuj w
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ST. JOSEPH Paralee
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mas at :00 p.m
Wlrriv Ma MM' '00 a.m.
Confaasiorw: Saturday 3:30 ta 4:30 and
e-M in 730
Catechi-m Claaai Sunday 3:00 to 4 M
Miracuioua atoai nvvnwi
Inatructlonai Thursday 1:00
ST. VINCENT'S Panami City
Sunday Masses: 4:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Hniv hav Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(It it falls on Saturday the Maaaaa are
6:00 and a:so am.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Tnuriraaye neroro eirm
Friday 7: p.m.
Miraculoua Medal Novena and Sta
ttnna nf the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Class: After 8:30 maaa on
Convert Class: :w p.m. .xueaoay auu
ST. THERESA'S CaeaN
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Hoiv Day Mass: 4:00 am (It It falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: aao w aw p.m
Confessions! g:w to a:jv a.m.
ST. JOHM BAPTIST OR LA SALLR
Sunday Masses: and tM ".
wuir run Has! :3a Men. Thura..
avi .nil st First Friday masa: 4:00 a.m.
Hoiv Dav M ansae: a:w am v .w
Confaaalona: 3:30 ta 430 and 7 an) to
8:00 pm on fwT. ,M
MlfstCUIOUl jnCOJU 'novflHWi wtivmj s avw
li ffl.H. M dan dJtitnalaiV
tllK"IHI VIBamj tJ.uw gF.aaa.
ST. rHKRESrS La Been
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m.
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 5 30 p.m.
Confessions : Saturday 4:30 ta 7:30 p.m.
Th.miUv hfnr First Friday 430 p.m.
Catechism Class: a:i p.m. on auj.
Sacred Heart NoVena: 7:00 p.m. on
Convert wiaasi a:au p m. on i'i
T. JOSEPH'S C'el4n
5:45. 8:00 and 9:13 a.m
lay Masaas: 5:45 and 8:00 a.m.
and 5:45 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday :w sw ano
7:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal novena; neoneauaj
4:15 and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart Novana: rrioay "f:ie p.m
Sunday Evenlna Services 7:00 pjn.
Convert Claw: 7:15 p.m. an Mondays
Catechism Clasa: Sunday 10:13 a.m. to
11:45 a.m. 1:00 p.m. to :oo p.m.
First rrldav ExDosilton of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5:30
a.m. Saturday morning.
First Saturday Devotiona ta our Lady
df Fatima The Holy Roaary 10 a.nl.
First Communion lnstructlona lor enu.
dren Mondays and Thursdaya 4:00 ta
MIRACULOUS MEDAI Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00. 8:00 and 14:30a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 4:00. :00 a.m. and
Confesslnha: Saturday 4:00 to 1:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pm. After Rosary each eve evening.
ning. evening. Miraculoua Medal Novena i 8:13 and
7:00 pm. on Monday.
Catechism Claw: After 8:00 Maaa on
First Friday Exposition all day during
the School Year.
First Saturday: Mam at 8:00 am
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
aunoay Masses: 7 MS. 1:31, ji:v am
First Saturday Maaa:
Sa.urday .. 7:00 p.m. to
Miraculous Medal Novena
Holy Day Masses: 7:34 a m.
Confession .. 1:45 a m. to
Parish Family Rosary and
Discussion Inquiry Group
1st. Friday Devotiona ...
1st. Saturday Devotiona ..
ST. VINCENTS Rainbow City
Sunday Uawaaa: 8:30 am. and 8.-04
Holy Day Masses: 84 a.m. and 4:04
Confessions: 4:00 to S:00 and 70 ta
am p.m. Saturday.
Catechism Clasa: 10:45 a m. an Sundae
Convert Clasa every Monday at 74
Miraculoua Medal Novena i 18 pm
Sacred Heart Novana i PA m
IMMACULATE t ONt ITHW 4Ut4a
bandav liea 3:15 e m
Holy Day Maaa: 50 am
Conf esaiow: 4:30 to 7 0 p m. an Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. Caiotiir Clam- 14 n MoMav
OUR LADT OF GOOD COUNSEL
Sunday Masses 7KM and 834 am.
Holy Day Masses: t0 am. and 5:1
Confoalona Saturday at 74 pm and
aner an evening arvotHms
Baptisms by apOnmlmenL
Mirarulwai Medal Novana: 7 -OS pas
Sacred Heart Novana: 78 am ar
Sunday School : 1 3 p m on Sunday
Retiaioua Inatrurlion Clasa for Chil
dren: 4a p.m eo Thursday
Reliaima Instruction for adulta K'ast"
durtad an Soanvtil: 18 am an Mnr
Convert Inatjuctiane by appninimail
Tka Rt. Rev R. Heket G4Mden. S.T O.
Tke Vary Rev. Mala art J.
THE CATHEDRAL OP IT. LVKR
-v mi s m Holv Communion.
:1S a.m. Church School (Holy Com
munion 3rd Sunday ). -r
8:30 ajn. Santa Cohvnuhlon, ltd Sua.
dy ; :,,.r
41-in m m IJirUlIH UUlIllJllVtMSe '
11:00 a.m Mornin Pray,ar and Ser
mon, noiy ajommuiiioii vu..mj
7:00 p.m. Evening aervjep..
8 JO a aa. Holy Communion.
7:00 pro Evening Prayer.. ;
4:00 a m Holy Communion.
8-30 am Holy Communion. .'
8:11 am Morning Prayer,
17:00 Mia -day Missionary Prayera.
Church of SL Andrew
Tke Rev William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Holy Communion 1:30 a.m
Family Prayer and
Church School 830 am
(Also Holy Communipn 2nd.
Cunriav mrh month.
Morning Prayer aa- Sermon 11.00 am
Holy Communion 8:00 am
Chanel af The Geed Shepherd T
The Rev Clarence W. Hayea,
Prlaat la Charge
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
BL Biaaan'a Cfeateh
Th Ray. John Saaar. Priast In Charge
Episcopal Young Churchmen
ana oermoia .....
Morning Prayer ana noay
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
Holv communion .........
Family rucnansi ..,...-..
Office of Compline,
au etar'a Charrk
The Rev. John Saaar. Wee, ta Charge
Morning rrayar ana ventre
School .........M....v.,' I ;
Confirmation Claes 1:30 a.m.
Choral Eucharist and ar-
Evensong and Addreea .... 7:38 pm.
Woman a Auxiliary
THURSDAYS or FEAST, DAYS
Chapel ef the Holy Comforter
Tea. L. B. Shirley, Prlaat In Charga
1:30 am. Holy communion.
Charca of St Marnret
Eapavd and Brazos Blvd.
Tka Rev. Jose K. Renew, Rector
:4 a.m. Morning Prayer and
11:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
440 a.m. Holy vemmunion.
The Rev. Allan R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
The Rev. David A. Osborne,
. Vicar Emeritaa
8:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist A
8:30 a.m. Infant Baptism.
8.00 nns. Church School
(heid m Bulldink 131)
4. -40 p.m. Youth Fellowship
i in nai. Ewriaoria and Addreea.
2nd and 4th WRDNESDAYS
1.30 dm woman a (auxiliary ana m m-tar
tar m-tar Uulld Meetiag.
Rt, Paal a Cburrh
The Van Lemuel B. Sbrrlay Rector
The Rev FttrJL AtweU. Deacon
8:00 a.m. Her cetnnv.iaioa
8 0U a jn Sung Eucharist Sermon
10:45 a oi Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 mwe. Hale Bantteaa
7.-00 f..m Bel earn
8:30 a m Holy Comanimlon
7:30 o.m. Evening. Prayer .and Sermon
in Holy Communion
74 pm. Evening Prayer
fflURSUAYS AND FRIDAY1
4:30 i m. Holy Cammiantdn
HOLT DAYS -.-
4 04 a.m. Holy Coanmuntea.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-SEA
Colon. R. P.
(Oppoalte Hotel Waahlngten)
The Rev. Jamee Peter Paraaar, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Wake, Aariatant
44 a.m. Holy Coanimmlaa.''
3:30 a.m. Morning Prayer.
e-eo a m. 'CThAral EnAtaraat and lamn
10:30 am. Church School.
7 JO p.m Soleeaav Evanasng ana aer.
. MONDAY. TVESY'i THURSDAY
40 a m. Holy Cemmuruon.
1 aa am Morning -Prayer.
8:00 pm Evening .Prayer,
80 a m. Holy Caanmuntan.
lelaja. Mommg Prayer.
I'JO p.m. Evening Prayer'nnd Sermon
IN isl. Msmkig Prayer.
30 e m. Children's Eucharist.
50 pm. 'Evening Prayer.
44 am. HAly ITommumoai.
74 am Momtrtf Prayer.
38 p m. Evening "rarer.
I 30 pm Conpuna and MeiUtieo.
SL Chrlsteoher'a Chorch
": 10th. Street. Paro.ua Lcfevra
rTh Rev Curenre W. Hayea.
Prlaat In Charge
- Tka Rev. Clarence Vi CrafwaB,
SUNDAYS A ""V
,4:00 a.m. Holy Communion.
7:S a.m Sunt Eucharist ana Sirmon
10:30 am. Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 noon Holy Baptlwa. t.'V; '.
i 4:10 p.m Evensong and Sermon,
MONDAYS :. :...
, 744 a.m In and 3rd, Womana hmi-
.4:30 p.m. Junior Daughter of the
7:30 a.m. Vautk railowahip.
8:00 a m Holv Communion,
70 p.m Evening Prayer and Religious
THURSDAYS . -4:00
p.m. Glrla' rriendly Society.
8:00 p.m. 1st and 3rd, Slnaletona.
i : a.m. junior connrmatioa tiass.
' i: cHURca or tri maxarrnr
448 rrangipani St. '4- Ancon, CZ.
I .Rev.. Elmer O. Neltaa, Paster
' Rax .287 Balboa, CZ. Tel. 12(01
Sunday School 3:43 am
Worship Service ...,..... 10:45 am
Youth Service ............ 4:45 pm.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m.
Prayer Service, Wad. ,.. 740 pm
CHI'-CH OP THE MAZARENR
Mauarita School Gymnaalum
Pastor Ralph L. Hytanf
Write: Box 4018 Margarita. CZ.
Sunday School ...... v.... 3:43 am.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Servlea. .......... 7d p.m
- RATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panamt RJ 33rd Street East
Ma B. N. Brewa. Mlauatee
Divine Worship 8:30 am.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masaaa .7. T:45 HUi
Rio Abaje. KJT.
Sunday School '3:00 p.m
Meatinaa Thuradavs at T40 ML and
Sunday at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
104 Balbue Road. Balboa.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OP
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormoa)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 4:00 pm
Relief Society: Tuesday 8:00 a.m.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 p.m.
Primary: Thursday 4:00 pm.
Telephone Balboa 4337.
ulldlng 200. Sehoolhousr Road. Gahjn
Sunday scnooi; aunoay s:av a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11;00 a m
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A.Wsrm Hosrtod Church"
Mlltoa K. Leldlg, MlnUter
Phone Rea. 83-7114 Of. 43-5108
Sunday School 840 am
(A clasa for every ge ;-.
Morning Worship ,'..110 a.m.
Youth railowahip 40 pm
Eeven(n.f Worship 7:00 pm
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pm
A church nursey In provided. t
OLD CATHOLIC tjlUBCM
SL Raphael Tka" Archangel f
11th St Wait No 1 j
-Holy aTMdiarbtt Simdam :af 74S am
Tuesdaya. Wadneaday and Tboradays
440 am, .. -;. .. J t.
Sacramem ar uncnoai tnaaima smn
vice) Flrat Sunday of aacn naantB at
T 44 am
laoemt HaHbet. Ortolan Charts
Panama R. P.
Bt Rev. x. Jano.ee, D. D Blahop
Morning devotion 4:00 a.m
FellowshlD Worahla 11:00 a.m
nndav Schaol 3:00 P.m.
Divine Serviee 7:30 pm
14 First Street
OrbanlzadAn El Carman. Panamd City.
Informal Talks and uiacuaeione
Thursdaya 3:00 pm
Celoa. 8th dt Front Streeta
(aaslalra American Baxaar)
Study Ciaasaa Thursdays, 3 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Eapalaba St, Paralso. CZ.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart, Paster
Sunday: 11:00 am Worship Service.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 pm Gospel Service.
Mondav: 7:30 Youna Paople'a Society
Wednesday: lit Mid-week Christian
Thursday: 8:00 Choh. Rehearsal.
Friday: 7:30 Worn en a Mlalonary So Society.
ciety. Society. THE CHURCH OP COD
Mra. Manda Hlaas. Paster
Sunday School 10:00 am.
Homing Worship 11 0 am
Night Serviee 7 JO pm.
FIRST CHURCH OP COD
Cor. Jamaica aad Trinidad Sta,
RalaVew Chy, Canal Zone
Rev. Wat. Ltvlngetea, Paster
THE CHURCH OP GOD
7438 Eighth Street Celep
Rev. G. W. Graadieea. Paster
Sunday School ........ .... 8:30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Servlea 7 JO pm
Momma Worahln ............ 3:08 am
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Night aarvlca 7:94 pm
THE CHURCH OP OlOal Rla Aha)
Monte Oeewre Rd 10th St
Rev. Wan. J. Jshneen, Paster
Sunday Schoo 3:38 am.
Morning Worship 10:30 am
Night Service 7 J3 p.m.
CHURCH OP GOD (PaatereetaO
Rev. B E. Wataan. Overseer".
Phone 4-4U, Bos 333. Gaanboa
Churches at Para i so, CZ. (Rev.' and
Mra Herman G. Whvtea. Colon. R P
(Rev. Fernando Lorertcel, Rio Aoa)o
mev. and Mra. CTiarlea Hayneaf anc
Catlvi (Rev and Mra. Clifford Groove
Sunday and weekdaya. eervicea at all
Diablo HeighBJ. CI.
(near Diablo echool )
Rev Carl V. Thampaan. Miirlstat
Box 33. Diablo Helihta. CZ.
Pheaes: Berne, Gambaa 211
Chorch Balboa 4271
Sunday School 144 am
Worship garvica ) 110 am
Youth Service 70 pm
Evanieliatie Service 7:34 pan.
Wednetday: Bible Study
and Prayer Service ...... 7 J8 p.m
REFORMER LUTHERAN CHURCal
naiaee Reed al Wltrbt
Bev. Kebert P. f naalrfc.
P O Boa aaa, Balboa
Sunday Scbooi. Bible close 18 am
I'ivine Servire la lh a
Holy Communion, flrat Sunday of the
Former rhapel of Our Savloar'P tpie-
copei cnapel 3rd Bt and Meteaadei Ave.
Mr. Eaeena R.is.1 Siper
Sunday School, Bible Clasa 34 am
Divine Senrire ta IS a m
Holy Coanmianien, laat SAanday est the
month. . :
-v.- :-. .al. If
Jewish Welfare Board Bid 712-X La
Boca Roan Baiooau CX. Room Nathan
Servle Friday. 140' im Baturday.
5 Ji a.m ,..
( See o llitlnai t Jewish sarvicea
under' Poata Bases and Stations),
LonneaHlion Kol Shearlth Israel. Ave.
nioa Cuba and 34th Street Bella Vista,
Panama City Service 4:00 am ...
- Christian Scientist
CUstlBTlnJi t.lrJC. CH0RCMfe3
rlrat Church ol Chriat. Scientlat, Aneat
MO Aaeao Boulevard. -Sunday
ll:0u, Wadnaadav :0t em
Sundav School tM am
'Irai cbarck at Christ, tMuusnnal, Crtataaai
13th Street Botlvai Uichway
Bund Itcnnnl iB am
Sunday 11:00 am. Wednesday 80 p.nt
Posts and Bases
Church-time Nursery School,.. 10:04
Sunday School (Building No.
Morning Worship 10:30
Thursday Evening Mld-Week
Youth Fellowahip Sunday .... 4:00
Sunday School 8:00
Morning Worship 10:34
Evening Worship 7:00
Worship Service, Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato .... 8:15
Chriatian Youth Fellowship .... 4:00
Soldier a Fellowahip Thura. .. 7:00
Officer's Chriatian Union Thura, 4:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASB
Sunday School '., 3:30
Adult Bible Clasa (NCO Club).. 3:30
Morning Worship ...... 3:30 da 10:45
Youth Fellowship 440
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday School 3:30
Morning Worship 11 .0
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion Pint Sunday
Naval -Radio Station. Summit...
..7:43 da 8:00
. 4 JO 4a 4:00
Daily Mass 4:15
Saturday Masses 3:00
Sunday Masses 8:00 A 11:45
Monday Novena Devotions . 7:30
Confaaalona Saturday.. 4:00 J 7:30
Sunday Mass 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BAS1
DaUy Maaa ...... '40
Saturday Masa 7.-00
Sunday Masaaa 7:45 a 12:00
Spanish : . . . ., . . .' 7 0
. MoveauiServicea-Tueaday 7:04
. Confeaalons-Saturday J.tMi
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Maaa J0
. Saturday llOO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASR
.- ATLANTIC SIDE
Sunday School Bldg. 253 ....
Prayer Fellowahip Bldg. 253
Tuesday ..-;..;..! .C...,.
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel
nuir x-racuce w canesaay
Post Chapel 3:30
Sunday School" 3:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowahip. Sunday ....-4:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Laoiea t-napei uuiia, lit Thura. .1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Sunday School 1:30
Morning Worship 11:00
uoiy communion First Sunday
PORT DA VIS
4:00 da 1:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Coco Solo
Saturday Maaa ..i
Sunday Masa ......
Sunday Maaa .....
Creek Orthodox aorviraa ,Tm mmiiiH.
ed at the Church of the Anunciatipn.
Via Belisario Porraa. San Prandaco da
la Calcta, Panamd City. BJ.. and at
the Church ,0 St. Anthony. Avenlda
Melendez. Colon. I P on altormta Sun.
daya at 8:34. For further Information,
82 3118 OMIt ef the Army Chaplain.
..Weekly Services In aU churchea
Sabbath School 3 JO ajn. ; -Dlvme
Service 11:03 a.m. v
Youth Meeting 4:34 pm.
and Prayer Serviee
Pacific Sldo Panaasd r
Paator W. H. Wellar-TeL 28-3-3504
Cabo Verde. Avo. J. P. d aa Oam
No. 11 ChocrilLo zVh No. 31 Pue-bler-Wneva.
3-A St. between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Bio Aba to 11th. Ma. samhoa
Paator O. D. Wllliame Tat. S-S88"
Paator A. A. Crinae TeL lot
laanaah Cbnrrlaee PertrV Bade Paantsad
raeaer woraaito C)uiraa
. Panama, Call Darken No. S ;
fed regal 4 Noeva Guarara. ;
Pastor a A. Jeitrtse TeL 34 3HL
Crtrtohnl aViflesn .14fh at Bnllvar Avo.
Ctasteaal Spanlania.ti Aj Bolivar Avo.
f .1 AMm-
4444 Govttaa Boa a Tel. 3-ltM Aayl K31
By OSWALD JACOBYt
Written for NEA ServicB
d K 10 I
J I SJ
, 80UTH (D)
Pass 3 d
Pan 1 d
Opening leaci a S
if vou want to. have some fun
with today's hand, copy down
the North and goutn nanaa ann
five them ta your friends to bid.
Seven spades Is a 'lay-down but
it is fairly tougn grana siam
to reach by scientific bidding
Of course a lot of North play
ers will simply check for aces
once they hear the opening
spade bid and then go to the
sDade crand slam, This method
would succeed this time, but It
is net difficult to set un a lot
of very sound spade bids which
will leave no play at all for the
grand slam. ,i
When Al Merriam and Caro Carolyn
lyn Carolyn Levitt held this hand in the
St. Louis regionals they solved
their problem by inventing a se
ries of bids.
Al responded three spades and
Carolyn went on to iour. sne
expected that the biddincr was
over when "lo and behold" Al
bid five diamonds.
This bid was a new one to her
and she wondered Just what was
going on. Finally she decided
that Al wanted to know that she
could handle the second dia
mond lead. Hence, In spite of her
minimum high card holding
and the. fact that Al's bid had
come as a complete surprise to
her. she bid six diamonds.
This Was enough for Al. He
closed the bidding' by a call of
seven spades. '
This article should probably
have1 started by mentioning that
Carolyn" and Al won the tournar
ment against a very strong field.
If this Is an example of their
bidding it is easy to see why they
did so well.
After 20 Years
Sp.2 James A. McBride, for formerly
merly formerly assigned to Medical Com Company,
pany, Company, 20th Infantry, has retired
from the Army ufter completing
20 years of service.
A native of Fort Worth, Tex.,
McBroide was ft medical inspec inspector
tor inspector while stationed in the Canal
Zone. During his career, he serv served
ed served in both the European "and
Far East theaters before cpm-
Upon retirement, he received
letters of conjrratulations from
Brig. Gen. Milton L. Ogdenv dep deputy
uty deputy commanding general, U.S.
Armv Caribbean, and Col. Rob
ert W. Garrett, .commanding of
fleer of the 20th. Infantry. i
Mr-Rriric among: other a ward 9
holds the Bronze star Meoai ana
th nombat infantry's Badge. ; i
He plans to keep busy f arminf
upon his return to civilian life.;
Danger Zone Near
T.nimoN. Nov. 2 (UP) Britan
has informed all foreign missions
in London tthat she has declared
a "daneef xone" in the area of
the Christmas Islands from to
morrow because of a" new aeries
of nuclear tests, the Foreign Of
fice said today. ; . '.
Ike Wants Closer
Bonds With Japan1
TOKYO, Nov. 2 (U') President
Eisenhower today called for closer
social, economic and, cultural co
operation between Japan-, ana me
United States in a message to the
America Japan Society.
The message was delivered by
Maxwell W. Rabb, secretary to the
U.S. cabinet, now visiting' Japan.
A NOVgL LATPORM
BELLBROOK, Ohio (UP Bay
Miller, S5, 83 y 3 he hat only -one
plank in hia platform for mayor
in next Tuesday's election: "Don't
vBte for me. Well meaning
friends put the retired welder's
name on the ballot but he says Be
would much rather take a long
delayed vacation to California than
aerva at mayor. '
Whtn you DRINK
When you DRIVE
f I ONI stops I
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL
Tbera will be Special Intention
for Robert. Gale at the 7;30 a.m.
Sunday Eucharist at St Andrews
Episcopal Church, Cocou. ., J
: A well known Isthmian s and
civic benefactor. Robert Gale FuK
ler rued of a iiearr8ttaek. v last
Thursday as he was- en route ; to
board a plan in Washington C.
C. that would have ruturned him
to the Canal Zone. He has been
one of the movinst sDiritsrln the
local 850 Club. ; ;,
Regular aervjeeg will follow the
7:30 Eucharist which 'will be said
by the Reverend W. W Baldwin,
Priest-ln-charge of St. Andrews.
9:30 a.m. Family Morning Prayer
will he followed by the 11:00 a.m.
Eucharist and. Sermon. The dv
will-, close with Evening Prayer
lonauciea oy i,ayreaaer8.
4 ST, PETER'S CHURCH :
t: :ik BOCA -
Plana are beinu I made bv St.
Peter's Church in La Boca for the
observance o Homecoming 'Sun
Cray M. Schroyer,
68. Retired Zonian
Dies In Hew Mexico
. News has been' received on the
Isthmus of the death of Gray M.
Schroyer, retired employe of the
locks Hi vsion. Mr. benroyer s
death occured October 28 in Al
buquerque, New Mexico follow following"
ing" following" a long illness He was 68
A native of Bellefonte, Pa..'
Mr.. '.S c h r o y e r was employ
ed by the Panama Canal in 1914
as a machinist with the Mechani
cal Division, He was, transferred
to the Locks Division in 1923 and
remained with that unit as a tow towing
ing towing locomotive operator and, later
as a tunnel operator until his re retirement
tirement retirement in 1950.
Since that time, he and Mrs..
Schroyer have been making their
home in Albuquerque where he
was on the school crossing patrol
for the past five years.
He is survived bv his wife Mrs.
Ida Schroyer, two brothers and
PITTSBURGH (UP)-In a "trea
sure hunt" type episode yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, thieves broke into a safe at
Saiier Inc., and found the combina
tion for a second safe which yield
ed a $17,000 payroll.
aanar a .m sn .iui,i vas m av sua. ii me--a an
1 i ..... .1
in- iiiiaiatirir-'--''"' "'" -J'i J -(T j inisa niaiiiaans 1
Tastv 'combination of fresh" and rips tomatoes.
' panrika. onions, mushrooms, Tor .meath salt and .1
Spices. So timnlft to use; satisfies the. Tnost del delicate
icate delicate palate. Maggi Seasoned Sauce adds flavor
to aU your ravoritt oisnes. ,t
(Try this elicious Sauce,
with sps'ihettL pts, 7
f omelets aid. sea foods.
Buy av few cans loday.
Thp Reeret for 1
rich flavor" '''
f '-. ''. I' .;-
day, which will take place on No November
vember November 10. A t J
As in the past, foomer. parishion parishioners
ers parishioners and delinquent members ara
especially invited to the services
for that day. The observance will
be featured with a cucharistic ce celebration
lebration celebration at 10:30 a.m. and re reception
ception reception :tteti:-Ckfc-'yXKi', '( .vV-
Following homecoming1 will be
harvest thanksgiving jservicea on
the third Sunday of this month.
Members of he Woman's Auxi Auxiliary
liary Auxiliary will make their, monthly cor corporate
porate corporate communion at the eucha-
aiDi a.au ivmuiiuw morning, ce celebrant
lebrant celebrant and preacher will be the
Rev. John Spear, pnesr in charge.
After the service, a meeting of
the ; Parish Welfare Council will
be held- j
1 alboa "7
'In conjunction with the cele celebration
bration celebration of the Festival of Refor
mation at Redeemw.' Lutheran
Church 'in Balboa ; tomorrow- the
fuU-feature film, ? 'Martin Luther"
will be shown at the Parish Center
at 7:SQ p.m. c L
In the corning" service at 10:15
the Rev. Robert F.. Gussick, pas pastor
tor pastor of the parish, will preach, oa
"The Spirit of Reform at ion. w Holy
Communion will be; celebrated.
The ninety minute film to be
shown in the evening depicts in
most" dramatic fashion the chain
of events within the life -of .Martin
Luther, priest and professor at
the .University of Wittenberg; in
Germany, which led ;to the Refor Reformation
mation Reformation -within large" segments of
the medieval Church. in north Eu Europe.'
rope.' Europe.' .y-A:':''-
oaat ana JMenvise
r 'Staffers V Manama
- . . j JK&SM
w F I j
H rfj! I fa
.!ATIVK COSTVMES. were diapltyed by members of the Inter
American Women's Club t a coffee given on Monday for vis vis-'
' vis-' iting professlona' and business women of Kansas. From left to
right are Mrs. Rau' M. Moscoso, Mrs. Siena Aleman de Tapia,
lixs. J. Bartley smith, commentator, Mrs. Robert Dean, and
Mrs. Enrique G. Burrell.
He Will Look Elsewhere
When Home Life Is Boring
Krw manager WELCOMED Pierre R. Jaqulllard, Manager of II Panama Hilton,1 chats
S m wuiiim Y Bwd at a cocktail party given in his honor by Arthur Elmlger of Hil-
1" to right: WllUam Y. Boyd, JaquUlara,. Mrs. Boyd, Charles S.
Sotftn and Arthur Elmiger,, ,,
GENERAL MONTAGUE CUTS BIRTHDAY CAKE
AT IWH ADVERSARY OF CARIBBEAN COMMAND
1 A large crowd attended the tenth anniversary celebra celebration
tion celebration of the Caribbean Command, which was held at the
Quartr Heights Officers Club last night.
' Calypso music and a floor show of Panamanian dances
highlighted .the evening. .
U. Gen. Robert Montague, Commander in Chief of the
Caribbean Command, cut the birthday cake.
'DMflhtaa Htrt .
Mr. Ricardo Ibanea son of the
; Chilean President visited here
?with his wife Mrs, Ibaneai and his
ii sisters: Misses Nieves and Gloria
f Rtaoex for a few oys last week.
Tbey were returning to Chile aft-.
""r a -trip to Europe.; ., ,-r -k-'
During their visit
they were guests of
D'Affaires of Chile and Mrs. Ja-rthe brother of Maenner of Huff of
s vier Urrutia.
Mr. And Mrs. T. Huff
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Hutt
of Falls Church, Va., announced
the birth vl a daughter. Jewel Lee,
on OctobeiKtth aUoctor'lHos-
pital in Washington, D. C. ;
'f,'Pi'fc'l "V '.
. Mr. Huff, is the son of Mrs. Mer Mercer
cer Mercer B. Huff of St Petersburg,
Florida, and the late Mr. Huff,
former Canal Zone residents, and
Fresh as all
FINER RICHER PURER J I
v ... i
The Soroptimists of Panama held
their monthly luncheon today at
the Hotel 1 Panama.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Young of Hong
Kong who arrived from the Unit
ed States ar on a world tour and
have been visiting the Isthmus for
the past ten days.
Last Friday evening they ware
the dinner f uests of Mr. and Mrs,
John Lay at the Jitter's home in
Colon. On i sundayv Mr. and, Mr.
Santiago Kam entertained the
Youns at a luncheon at the' Kam
residence on Ninth Streeet All the
members of the family were pres
ent. Sunday evening they had dm
ner at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Francisco Wong and in addition
to other members of the family,
Mrs. Rosa Young and Mr. and
Mrs. William Lay were also Ores
ent with a few friends. After din
ner, the group attended? the "des "des-pedida"
pedida" "des-pedida" given in honor of Father
Raphael Chen. C.M.F.. at the Chi
On Monday, the Youngs accom
panied by Father Francis Lynch,
L. M. were taken on a tour of
Gatun Locks by Mr. John Klasov-
sky who explained the Canal s o-
perations to them. Later on, Mr.
Young and Mr. Francisco Wong
were shown around the Free Zone
by Mr. Raymond Kam.
Mr. Kennath" Vinton
Will Speak at YMCA
On Tuesday, Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m.
the Balboa YMCA-USO will hold
its fifth lecture in the Outdoor Ad Adventure
venture Adventure Series, with Mr. Kenneth
Vinton, well known local author
and science teach as speaker.
The subject is "The Rain Forest
an Ancient but Living World."
Mr. Vinton will speak on the
cology of the tropical forest, show showing
ing showing the interreslationship of plants
and animals. His practicsl experi experience
ence experience in jungle exploration adds in.
terest to the story he has to tell.
The lecture will be illustrated
with colored, film strips.
There is no charge, a ad the pub
lic is cordially invited.
The annual bazaar of Orchid
Chanter No. 1. Order of the East
ern Star, which will be held at
the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal
boafrom 4:00 p.m. until approx approximately
imately approximately 1:00 p.m. tonight
This year's basaar is planned a-
iTOund a circus theme. Major at
traction for the "smsll fry will
I be the fish pond. Other booths
1 will include those for baked loods.
small toys, parcel post packages,
white elephants, and Handiwork.
A spaghetti dinner with all the
trimmings will be -served from
5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. Tickets
may be purchased at the door,
and cost $100 fort adult aad M
cents for children.
Any wife who thinks her hus
band doesn't spend as much time
at home as he couid ought to ask
herself a lew questions.
One. Is our homo as neat, at attractive,
tractive, attractive, comfortable and restful
as I can make it?
Two. Would I be ashamed if
company found me looking the way
I usually look when my husband
comes home from work? If you
don't make an effort to look as well
for your husband as you do for
others, you are making a mistake.
Three. When my husband) is at
home for an evening is there any anything
thing anything more stimulating for him to
do than sit until bedtime watching
TV?. Part of any homemaker's
job is seeing that a home affords
refreshing recreation hobbier,
games, music, entertaining friends,
projects for fixing up the house
and yard. ;
THI ART OF CONVERSATION
Four. When my husband comes
home do I hsve anything to talk
to him about besides household
problems, the children, small an annoyances
noyances annoyances and petty gossip? If not
chsnces are you aren't leading any
life of your own. A woman who
reads, keeps up with local and
national affairs and does Some
community work h Plenty of ln-
trtinff thinffi to fait ahnuL
Five. Anf I a gpoij, hostess ana
aoes my nusoana now insi ms.
friends are always welcome in his
own home? If not, a man who
is sociable and gregarious is bound
to try to find companionship in
clubs and organizations.
No wife hss ever been able to
nag a husband into spending more
time at home. But many a woman
has msnsged to make a man prefer
his own home to any other place.
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Bill Bright ....273-3146
Rose Casey 2-3630
Meyer Soltkin ....2-3407
VirgWa Pearce ...2-3642
William Townaand 2-2472
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Nov. 8th 1957
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you will like it;
it is a
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In observance of Panama's Indepeiicleiatce,
we wish to advise our customers that the!
offices of Compania Panameiia de Fuerza
y Luz in Panama and Colon will be closed
Monday, November 4th.
Cia. PjMiMim de Juerza y
. and his happy
For a night to remember
with your family and
friends, visit our elegant
GRILLE and enjoy the
most delicious foods and
exotic drinks prepared by
cekbrate Nov. 3
In Panama's spcial center!
SUNDAY, Nv. i join your. Panamanian frienda
In feeerving their Republic's S4th anniversary at
LUNCH' In the Balboa Room from 12 noen
Muela by Lueht Azearraga'a Trie
PANAMANIAN DISHES will be FEATURED on
ur lunaJt anJ tinner mtnue Nov. 3
9 GALA INDEPENDENCE DAY DANCE
ht,h Bella VIeU Room with TWO ORCHESTRAS!
Lueho Amrrtf a'sj Conjunto and
eiarenoa Martin's Orchestra with
Lord Delicious and his Conjunto Pant-Trinidad
at 1:30 and 10:30 p.m.
Call Mettra eM, 1-1 14, Hr rMrvltoM
Dtnasr rv4 frm 7 p.m..
M aNMla a Slav. 4va to eaervaoa f PaMains'a Materiel say
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k Another high-quality product of 'Mlnjfyucn
Callinj 'all boys between
the ages of 7'and 11
Learn TombUng and
" Tap from; ;
Krery Saturday at S:IS a-ss.
at tba. Balboa T. M. C. A.
for further Information -call
limited epeaint; ia present
elaaat for all ares.
Special Classes for .Women.
VIA B. PORRAS and 1Sth St., SAN FRANCISCO OE LA CALETA
9nvlbiA jqou Id join In ih
Celebration of Panama s ndependence
danceabls music by eur orchestra nightly'
enjoy the songs ef CAMILO RODRIGUEZ "the unforgettable voice"
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THE PANAMA-AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER 1 ? vV '.""V":.,-,, , a
.-"SATURDAY, NOVEMBER JJ57
pider Wfebb Whips
Middleweight Contender Now
IReady For Any 160-Poui
I .h-.fi : i':f.', '. s :..!.:- T 1 1 1
NEW YORK, NovN2 (UP) Middleweight contend contender
er contender Spider' Webb, victor over Willie Vaughn in a five-alarm
blazer of a fight, said today, "After that one, I, know I'm
ready to take on any 160-pounder in the world parti particularly
cularly particularly the champion,"
Webb of: Chicago., -the" sixth were no knockdowns In Jhe bout.
rankine asrjiraht. e x p I ainea, Ana uie imiy diuuu iricKiea irwai
vaugmis nose, t
Webb was in real -trouble on
"That was the fastest, 10-round-
er 1 ever foueht: seemed like we
were going' all-out every second.
And I dori'tt know- what kept him
on his feet -r- under the pace and I
the punches he took,"
The Spider, weighing; 158V
(pounds to 160V4 for the Cali California
fornia California state champion, wound
tup wTth a unanimous decision
fat Madison Square Garden,
despite Vaughn's desperate,
floundering rally in the last
although 24 -year-old Vaughn
of Los Angeles was a 5-1 under underdog
dog underdog for their tussle, he forced
1he fighting in every round and
rifoVided menacing opposition.
Webb beat him by counter counter-cunchine
cunchine counter-cunchine at long range with left
hooks and straight right-:. Also,
ly once when a -barrage to
the body and head had him
half-groggy In the seventh.
... The three ring officials' 1 6. vor-
ed the Spider on a rounds basis
as follows,: referee Barney Felix,
6-3-1; judge Artie Aidaia, 7-3:
and juqge Bert Grant,, a-4. The
United Press agreed, 6-3-1.
Makes 1st Catch
Place In U.S.
Word has been received from
the National A.A.U. Headquar
ters in the United States that
two Canal iZone relay teams won
third places in the National
A.A.U. junior Olympic Swim
ming held during the past sum
One boys! team and.-6.ne girls'
team from the Canal zone had
the third fastest times in their
events when the final computa computations
tions computations were made of all the per performances
formances performances turned In for the en entire
tire entire United States. Over 130,000
swimmers in the U.S. participat participated
ed participated In the Junior Olympic pro
gram which is conducted under
the jurisdiction of the Amateur
Athletic Union of the United
The Canal Zone Junior Olym
pic Meet was held at Gamboa on
Sept. 7, 1957. The results of that
meet were sent to the US. where
the CZ. times were compared
with all the competition In the
Expulsion Asked for ''BbesjXoTTl P!
Who 'Flaunt' NBA
H. (Pee Wee) Vaughn caughtjufi,- ,
i-i .-x ...itu V,o fir marlin at ; this1
right uppercuts to the chin. morning as the s.x.h annua iSnTandtlnHoTmL
wune, trying 10 iorce uie ruiii maum w""1" tViirH in th natinnai standlnes
Spider to close quarters with;ment got underway in Panama Jird in the naonal standing
loft V,!,, tn l,oH onJ Huhtcl RV ln Lne JUIHUI Uiviaiuil iW Jl
.',,., 1. Tii,i.i.n a m. t.v, free stvle relay with a time or
xotne poay naa nis Knees ouc- vR "" 2:05.2 as compared to the first
Lr i i t-i r n jm'ct rnnnrt nv a rnnn. .m m mivmi 1 11 1 icaLiici. 1 1
xviuia in nit 11101 iwutu uj -
tering right to the chin. And he 'fish has not been weighed yet.
was rubber-legged twice in the Reports at press time indicated
terrific fourth session. And he that the sea was flat and calm
wasknocked back onto his heels' and the boats were just begin
several' other times; but there 1 nlng to catch sailf ish.
Irish Bobby Scanlon
Punches Way Info
SAN FRANCISCO (UP) Irish
Bobby Scanlon, a young tiger with
the face of a choir boy, rocked
himself into the national light lightweight
weight lightweight boxing picture Thursday by
scoring a slashing technical knock knockout
out knockout victory over former champion
Wallace (Bud) Smith in the last
round of a 10-round fight at Civic
Scanlon, a phyiical education
tnricnt at Citv- nnllfiff jit 'S.ii
Francisco, maintained his unde- and had the East Orange. lO
feated status with ridiculous ease Negro repeatedly in trouble
nlace time of 2:02.9
for second nlace.
The C.Z. girls' team of Verna
Hildebrand. Charlene Graves,
Marearet Mahoney and Helen
Oeoree Dlaced third in the ha
tional standings in the junior
division 200 yard free style relay
with a time of 2:07.9 compared
with the first place and national
record time of 2:04.4; and 2:07.o
for second place.
National award certificates
were presented to the members
of the two relay teams by the
as he chalked up his 26th victory.
Smith, who lost his lightweight
crown to present cnampion joe
Brown, looked far from an ex ex-titleholder
titleholder ex-titleholder as he floundered in con confusion
fusion confusion and never scored an effec
tive punch throughout the fight.
There- ,were no knockdowns, but
Scanlon had Smith's face tainted
with, blood.from ,th sixth r?una on
with. Cornel Wilde
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EIGHT IRON MEN
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CLASSIC HOPEFULS (Jop) Front-runnlrlg"-Hostigador. takes
an. early morning gallop with. woout Japy .C. Harry in th!
saddle. Hostigadorr winner of his lasfc three starts in impress impressive
ive impressive fashion, is consi4f red one of the hQrses:.wjth a good chanpe
of upsetting the favorites. (Bottom) Former topnotcher Town'
Wall, which has been racing to improved form recently, should
be a dangerous contender If the racing strip comes ua .wet to tomorrow."
morrow." tomorrow." His weak underpinnings apparently bother W'm m a
hard dry track. Guillermo Sanchez;' who' -will ride the classy
Irish horse, Is aboard after a workout.
MILWAUKEE,. Wis. (UP) An
official of he s National ; Boxing
Assn.f Irked by : a recent decision
of the Massachuseti Boxing Com
mission, said Thursday he'll pro propose
pose propose expulsion for association
members who. !'fluot" NBA regu regulations,
lations, regulations, K'.-,
Fred Saddy executive secretary
of the NBA. critieized the Massa-
chusets commission for its action
in recognizing the recent Tony De-
Marco-vu-gu Anns bout as a wel welterweight
terweight welterweight title match..'- -.y
AJfito won the bout, 4 nf Saddy
announced he had taken "boxer of
the month honors as a result. But
the NBA and 40 member states
did not recognize the match in
Boston as a title bout, Eight states
approved of it.
Saddy said the NBA at its Sep-
lemoei convention m Denver
agreed to recognize as new wel
terweight champion the winner of
an elimination tournament among
me top iour contenders.
At that time DeMarco w th
No. 1 contender and Akins was
rated No. 5 and therefore ineliei-
oie ior sucn a tournament, Saddy
"The time has come." said Sad
dy, "when the NBA no longer can
permit states to flaunt ni?iilAHnn
established by the NBA." He said
ne 11 propose expulsion of violators
at the next meeting of the execu
Saddy said Akins was boosted
to the No. 3 spot among the. top
10 contenders because of his "sen "sensational"
sational" "sensational" victory. He dropped De De-Marco
Marco De-Marco to fifth place by knocking
him out in the 14th round.
With his new rating, Akins be becomes
comes becomes eligible wih Isaac Logar,t,
Gil Turner and Vince Ma rtinpT in
compete in the welterweight elim elimination
ination elimination turnament, Saddy said.
111 mm?'&'' it m?
The Fort Clayton Golf "Council
will conduct a 72-hole tournament
at the Fort Clayton golf course
beginning Dec. 1. This tournament
will be conducted m two 'catego 'categories,
ries, 'categories, a male and female. division.
Entry is open to individuals 16
years of age and over who are en entitled
titled entitled to use the facilities of the
Fort Clayton golf-course..
Flight alignment will be made
in each division after play of a
36-hole qualifying round which
each participant must complete
prior to Novi.24.
The female division competition
will he conducted on a handicap
basis with individual handicaps be being
ing being determined after competition
of the qualifying round. Competi
tion in the male division 'will be
on a medal play basis.
Fines To Players
NEW YORK (UP)-, The New
York Yankees have refunded
$5,500 in fines to six players who
were involved in a May 18 Copa Copacabana
cabana Copacabana brawl that mad
and led to the deal that sent Billy
Martin to the Kansas City tWejk
B-bayii TAlie uninitiated, It ttjwill'n
me Degmning ot the sixth annual
rename Marlin Club Tournament.
Boat owners and fishermen alike
have been feverishly) working all
week to get everything ship shape.
Many of the boats, left for the
Perlas Islands this morning so
that when the gun went off at
a.m. today they were in marlin-
fishing waters. The Army fishing
fleet left this morning, as well as
several of the boats out of the Bal
boa Yacht Club Basin. All togeth
er, boats taking part in the Tour
nament number 22 in total which
includes six army, boats, for "J's"
and two "Q s.'
ayers Martin and
uerra nave re
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OF PANAMA and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT ACCEPTING
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SANTA ANA Nov.
SANTA OLIVIA ; Nov
SANTA CATALINA Nov.
SANTA RITA Nov
SANTA TERESA Nov.
Oct. 30 Nov. 4
Nov. 6 Nov. 11
Nov. 13 Nov. 18
Nov. 20 Nov. 25
Nov. 27 Dec. 2
Dec. 4 Dec. 9
To Colombia. Ecuador, Peru & Chile
TO NEW YORK
SANTA LUISA Nov. 7
SANTA ISABEL Nov. 14.
SANTA CECILI A Nov. 21
, . .Nov.
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Fronr U. S. Pacific & West Coast,
.Central America to the Panama Canat-
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Only two pla
eatcher Yoei :
ceived the money to date but the
United Press learned that refund
checks are in the mail ;ta Mickey
Mantle, Whitey Ford, Hank Bauer
anu jonnny nuclei. Martin Hrr.
Mantle. Ford and R
fined $1,000 each and Kucks was
me players, celebrating Mar
tin s Du-tnday, hit the headlines
(but big) when a New York City
delicatessen owner chareed that
Bauer slugged him during an ar
gument, a o,uw suit against
xaur was tossed out of eourt
SERVICE CENTER THEATERS-
"THE LITTLE HUT"
Sunday: fHE HAPPY ROAD
Sunday: Great Locomotrre
"THE GREAT MAN"
Sunday: THE LITTLE HUT
Sunday: Davey Crockett
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COMING NEXT WEEKEND "BERNARD TNE"
In Fifth Round
VANCOUVER (UP) World
light-heavyweight champion Arch Archie
ie Archie Moore toyed with unranked
Bobby Mitchell for four rounds
Thursday and then put him away
with a technical knockout at 1:45
of the fifth in what was scheduled
as a 10-round non-title bout at the
A left hook and a right cross
sent the 31-year-old Omaha. Neb..
fighter sprawling to the canvas
for a nine eount in the ifth.
Moore swarmed to the attack
again and referee Bert Lowes
stepped in and halted the fight.
Moore weighed in at 192 pounds
and Mitchell at 194. y
Miami (Fla.) IS VlIlanoTa 1
Boston U. 7 Geo. Washington I
Chattanooga 26 Tenn. Tech
West Chester Tchr, 25 Millers-
Hamlin St. Thomas
Col. of Oiarfcs 4 Ouachita
Dodge City XC. 17 Coffeyrllle
Eldorado J.C. IS Garden City IS
NOTRE DAME. Ind. fNEAl
wnen nocre Dame shaded Army
23-2L this falL it w tha first
time -in 69 seasons that therish
trailed by as much as 14 points
ana suu came back to win.
' The tournament committee wish
es to announce a correction in one
of the prize listings as previous
ly listed in the newspapers last
week. Geo. F. Novey and Sons do
nation of two (2) aluminum boat
chairs with gimbal will he given
to the fishing boat that catches
the most poundage of marlin in
the entire tournament. This is the
correction over the previously an
nounced qualification for this prize
Additional prizes that nave been
added: froductos flasticos, S.A.:
donation of 500 assorted plastic
freezer bags to the angler catch
ing the last marlin in the tourna
Of particular interest to the la
dy anglers: Frank Violette ex
tends an invitation to his usual
strawberry short cake "Ladies'
Nite" aboard the Seri on Tuesday
evening, Nov. 15.
The National Brewery has given
12 bottles of Balboa Beer to each
boat entered in the Tournament.
The Balboa beer is located aboard
the barge at Cocos Point and each
boat can pick it up there.
Many persons (interested in the
Tournament have requested a list listing
ing listing of; the fishing participants
1 41. 41 1 J -. .1 4 I ...
long wriu hid duiis mil iney wiu
fish from during the tournament.
Most boats have firm listings, of
the crew members to be aboard,
but last minute changes can occur
and -a few .usually do. Below is a
listing" of participants that is
known to the, tournament commit committee
tee committee as of this date:
Chi Chif Captained by; A. J. So-
per with H. L. Clark. Jr. and Geo.
the 1'Ghost Nickels on board.
U. S. Runner: Nov. '2-5 Nov.
board are P. M. Trim, Jr.R. G.
Peterson, R. Brown, Dick H. Cas-
sibry, and w. B. Huff. For,, the
period of Nov. 7-10, the crew will
consist of JR. C. Stocknam, J. M.
Cooke. Paul Mohl, W. T. Halvo-
sa, Dr-F. L. Spahn, and P. B.
Who Cares (7): Surely Someone
must care that Bobbie King will
be the Captain and Robbie Adams,
Dave iBisnop, Jim siover and Bill
Carson will be on board.
Huskie: The boat the goes back
wards as fast as forward: will
have Don Scott, E. Qumtero and
J. Duncan aboard.
Tin Goose: The boat with a new
look, will have Skipper Don Spen-'
cer, Wilh'am Kober, L. Madden.
J. Redmond and J. Mitchenson a-board.
La Ray:, Skipper Robbie' Rob
inson will have guest anglers, in
the form of Tony Nita, Trixy Tra Tra-savge,
savge, Tra-savge, Army .Sgi Her and "Silent"
Nola: Captain for the trio will
be Russ "from the Hula" Meiss-
ner with substantial support in
the skipper department in the
form of Kat Meissner. Also a a-hoard
hoard a-hoard will be Lena and H. P. Bur Bur-chett,
chett, Bur-chett, Romeskie, Snodgrass "Chef
Martin and "Chloe" LavaUee.
Nautilus: The reactors are re
ported to be in operation and plen
ty beer is on board. Milt and
Chubby Wright are the skippers
and the ship's complement consist consisting
ing consisting of Pee Wee Rodgers, Bill Grif Griffin,
fin, Griffin, Dick Sullivan, and J. T.
La Pinta: The newest boat in
the fleet en her maiden voyage
Vol Skipper MelMnMe at
mo wueei wnu n i r JKusser, Iju'T.
Prace,, and Marty; Jtfartelle.B,tln
B,SeriCaptaitf ligh'H a
Frank Violette will have silver
marlih world record holder Ralph
Dugan, last year's tournament win winner
ner winner (by. 10 lbs.) H. .'Wilder-, and
last year's line buster Ed Ken Ken-hard
hard Ken-hard out for a marlin snatching
Flying Scott: Nov. 2-5: !Windjam !Windjam-mer
mer !Windjam-mer R. S. Norris ha fh
tain's license and aboard -wiU .he
tooth, pullers and; pilj pushers- in
the form of Mark Moot. ;K, w
Grober, M. F. Moucha, JR.. C. Singl
er, and C. R, Smith.
Viking: Former tournaMont i-
ner and skipper, John McConaghy
will have his Striped Marlin CatV.
er and wife. Til MrPnni...
board alone with "CMn" ri.i.
Chippeaux. Hewitt AWt':
Harry "The HossWheS'
olp jacK: captain and chef
ot bam Sam MnnHv u,m -a j
fish Boh "Real" Wr
Gregory. Bill ."Airni...
Lax "SouthDaw" Snnm,.,-ii .j
Caiman: SkiDnpr Tori CrtltM.ru
another former tournament winner
Kiilu18 tufns on the rods with
uiuuicr xwis sen mitt, Harry (the)
Post, Doc Bill ftiw'..- ill
r,J,ndMJ"s- TortoTici. Also a a-board
board a-board will be "Pop" Schmitt ; long
known, to old tim-. i V "1
Zone He will b7Vheckh
Albatross- nno t u. n
to.tr .ntr,dto & "ZSS
MalolO! Slrfnnor. V t-i. w
tian with Lou Kodock and Geonrs
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eSjim-jLlLT-l miM iiiii'iii?minil ii 1
ill I rv x I
3. didn't catch this
an an lu-om benign
for completions as the u
en Engineers smothered Co-n
jlumbia. Jumping with Guidi ioi
Harvey Bwokinsy Lioa. boefcj
Stewart Granger in ;
ln Cinemascope I
: Jean Simmons in
This Codi Be The- Night"
TODAY IDEAL 35 .15
. Robert Mitchum ta r-
NOT AS A STRANGER"
Hugo Haas ln
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.fHE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAltT NEWSFATCT
AAF BOWLING CHAMPS
Hulka and Master sergeant, w
Garden Trackmen Will Have
To Do Much Better In Future
To Get Applause From
; By OSCAR FRALIY v
7 HONG KONG, (UP) Weight Weight-lifter
lifter Weight-lifter Paul Anderson neeoi vtt vtt-rain
rain vtt-rain ahots, Emil Jfapotek i a lue lue-f
f lue-f ooted loftier and I the' winning
eight-owed Yale crew should have
had to pay its way into the last
Take it from Fearless Fraley
1 I UnVot-ITnnirv fhpV hullQ em
stronger, faster and more sea sea-n;n0ni)
n;n0ni) sea-n;n0ni) it' all in a day's work.
On almost any of this city s
winding colorful streets you can
aee guys who could spot Anderson
three lifts and two jerks and saun;
ter away with loads which would
bre'ak his shoelaces. They pimply
wine a bamboo pole over, one
shoulderf dangle loads the 'iize of
Herman HicKman irom eatu
.a ninii oinne thn.rammed side
jwalks without -josthng -chudren
playing underfoot everywhere. ;
iForUhe' trackmen whovfestbon
my, Winter Saturday' nights 'in
Madison- Square Garden, they te
iolng to liave to 'do .lots bettef in
the future, to'get Uw. applaflse
fr0mtW '.corner.,-Old ;'Fcrless
ctame up wto M:torto M:torto-day
day M:torto-day whO'tould pot Gallant Man
" furlong "and run "him. into
ground over the .true drtby ; dis distance
tance distance of a, mile and' a half.y
. v , u j
'l rekshaw Runnti; $pcly a,
iJWttervf 'facti'T clocked
HfiWfttt mile in 4:01.. And as
we massed aU the taxlcabs in. sight
and dipped through Hon? Kong
traffic with the death-defying agil agil-flsofTa
flsofTa agil-flsofTa ijackrabbit in a ; prairie
iirer this kid didn't even -drawr a
deep breathe" . W
'."The speed and. endurance of the
rlckhaw runners is absolutely fan fantastic;
tastic; fantastic; There are only,- ZOO of "them
kft: Itf -Jlong. Kong : and thejr .are
primarily v al; tourist trap;.This
means you ieel a bit on the silly
sideuntil Vyou' notice thar,the
more .'economically minded; na-
tiyes '-are. riding them." toof-i t
.' '-.-m ? ,;-,. i t? w "' V v." -'
AftOTf altieven if you feel silly
Che trip is only 60 nts an hour.
?t if these guys ever hean about
the Olympics, "vitrs doubtful J if
thty'li ever-twther, to compete !iUst
iot .'tnedata?, They mair run .like
eight-day. clocks but to them 60
cents is a lot of rice In the dinner
They; go big in Kong Kong lor
Soccer followed, by horse racing,
tugby,? cricket, golf and basket basketball.
ball. basketball. But the best athletes in the
city aside from the bamboo pole
weightlifters and tireless rickshaw
boys are the women Fcullers.
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! Ladies Can Raw
Th in the ladies of the
housebaots sampans and junks
which scuttle around ong a.ong
harbor lik. waterbugs with a hot hotfoot.
foot. hotfoot. .Talk about Jack Kelly if you
will, and raise a rousing oooia-
hnni inr Hear old Yitle. but they
have a cinch. Because most of the
women pulling on an oar neie
ababv fastened to their bak
and it makes you srasick to see
junior's head 'snap back when
Mom lays into the beat to get her
sea-going bungalow out 01 xne way
of an imperious terry.
Sn when thoRn hiim-ateur weight'
lifters, runners and oarsmen back
home start talking to Old Fearless
in th future, thev'd better be a
hit rnnnectful. Otherwise I'll im
port some of these n'.uscular Hong
Kong "marvels and' rttn them, right
out bl business.
t J "ft if4
LOOKS LIKE HE DID -but
he- didn't, Terry Corrlgan
Balboa end, tries hard, but
just can't Quite get the pass
from Tom Mc Keown Balboa Balboa-QB,
QB, Balboa-QB, on the Cristobal 30 yard
line to end the first half of
Friday night's game which
Balboa von 14: to 0.;
Gnaira, Kingston & Nassan)
t m i "f
I V; ..y,
Tt...VMnfai vtt U'VllcTl COD-
"STf by 210 pins from the
lr.er John r.
ARMY ATLANTIC SERIVCI
The sextet from Army'. Atlantic
fttnerired as the 1957 Panama A-
rca Armed Foces Bowling Tour
nament champs by a comtortame
210-pin, 17,856 17,bw margin
over the ruoner-up team irom
Albrook, paced by Staff Ser
geants Carmen Cascio and Mario
i.aMaestra, cnoppea au pus oinna
Busnmaster lead during final ac action
tion action at Fort Kobbe Friday night,
Octoder 25. However, the steady
all-around fine bowling by the
AA squad on the live other tour tourney
ney tourney nights proved to be too much
The Fort Clayton Cavaliers fi finished
nished finished third with 17,563 mark.
The Fort Kobbe Regulars took
advantage of their home alleys to
jump from fourth place into third
as they outscored the iourth
place 15th. Nval District team by
19lV nine tfnrt AmaHnr finichri
1 the cellar. r r
" Sergeant First Calss John. J.
Piotrpwiki,Jwhjo hid. high average
and nigh series lor .the tourney
with 181 and 594 marks respec respectively
tively respectively paced the' Army" Atlantic
team which boasted a team aver average
age average of 164.5. ; -X'.'p:-
Averages of tha other1 fflushmai fflushmai-ter.
ter. fflushmai-ter. competition are as follows:
Sergeant Chanes E. Finigan, 169;
Master Sergeant Cabell I. Moor
man, 168; Chief Warrant Officer
John P. Hulka. 163: Specialist
Third Class Donald E. Meyers, 155
and Master Sergeant Earl c. HO'
Sergeant -Moorman had high
game for the tourney with a fine
234 mark.' Specialist Third- Calss
Chanes H. McGarvey of Fort. Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, and Sergeant Piotrowski post
ed. the second and third high
games of 228 and 221 respective respectively.
ly. respectively. : -...-"WW :
Specialist McGravcy was well
or his way to the high game mark
in the linali with seven strikes
and a spare over the first tight
Ira mes when he was cursed with
a 7-9-10 pin split on the ninth
frame. He was unable to pick up
the split, thus spoiling a line
j Sergeant Piotrowski copped high
series honors with a 594 followed
by Sergeant Cascio, 575, Specialist
McGarvey, 558 and Sergeant ,La
Maestra, 558. ' i:
Following Sergeant Piotrowski
high average of 181 were Special Specialist
ist Specialist McGarvey, 172, Sergeant Cas Cascio,
cio, Cascio, 169 and Sergeant Finigan,
Army Atlantic also posted the
hhigh aeries team mark of 940.
Close behing was Foot Kobbe
with a 933 total.
Final Team Totals:
15th N. D."
Fort 1 Aamdor
The 549th Military Police Com Company,
pany, Company, victors of a recently Telled
Comapny Level Bowling Tourna Tournament,
ment, Tournament, were feted last night, Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, at a banquet at the' Fort
Gulick Non-Commissioned Of Of-jcers
jcers Of-jcers Mess. 'y-
1 Trophies were presented to the
first jlsce MP kezlers snd to
runnersup winners, U.S. Army Ga Garrison,
rrison, Garrison, by Lieutenant Colonel Doy
ii. carr. Army Auanuc project of of-licer.
licer. of-licer. Team and individual trophies
were awarded. - ,-
The trophy for high league aver average
age average went to Sergeant -First Calss
John. J. Piotrowski of the U.' S.
Army Garrison, who posted a 177
average. Sergeant Charles. E. Fin Fin-nican
nican Fin-nican of the 549 the won high se
ries with a 594. The tournament
high single award went fb the Gar Garrison's
rison's Garrison's .Master Sergeant Cabell
Moorman, who emerged with a
9x1 --. 'V c
All teams which participated in
the league except the Infantry were
present for the festivities sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored by Army Atlantic's Special Ser
vices Office. .
n 1 v" by T
. .. -1. .-, V 1 .. .X ...
Coach Bull Hancock ef C 1 a 1
borne U., came up with a spark sparkling
ling sparkling break away runner la .Crazy
Less Nadir in the Golf Bowl the
othef day and although he's only
a sophomore he s got AU-Amenc
written all. over him. r
We hasten to add that this, lat
ter statement is just a figure of
speech; nadir is a very lasniona lasniona-blsAbred
blsAbred lasniona-blsAbred young, fellow iby Nash Nash-ullah
ullah Nash-ullah out of Gallita) add enter entertains
tains entertains a positive loathing for self
advertisings This sort of vthmg
may be ail right for football play
ers crudely seeking to attract the
attention of pro scouts; but in the
thoroughbred aristocracy it simply
Even it Crazy Legs haa naft
something written' all over him,
no one, except maybe a "contortions
istr would have been about to make
heads or tails of it,; -so swiftly
was the Claiborne V. star .travel-;
ing in the -world's richest horse
racft (Gross puree S27T.150.) v j
Wht we, listed Mat. abewt Na-
dir waa his sjvick eeceleretlen, ;
tN ajwallty end Immediateneis
hit iviptnii t Willie Hartecfc's
call, for action.
He made two moves that stamp stamped
ed stamped him as a colt of exceptional
potentiality. Nearing the far turn,
Hartack set him down, and, in an
instant. Nadir had left the momen
tary pacesetter three lengths be behind.
hind. behind. In the stretch he began to
dawdle, and when something ran
at .him. Hartack shook him up
and got another flash burst of
speed in reply.
t . ' -:
If the mile and 1-Uth race has
any purpose more noble than to
unthrina avarice, it must be te
try to determine which of the colts
can be expected to go a distance
as- 3-vear-olds; and which should
b. dismissed as sprinters. By
breeding and performance, Nadir
qualifies as a' router; ne won me
Garden State easily and had a lot
' Figures te Imereve
Since Nadir runs' greenly, Crszy
Lca i not too much ot a misno
mer. Hartack held, bim together
w.H.'Laft to his own merry exu
kwimxi th. vauncster would
have been all over the track. Mi
Red 1 Blaik' keeni' .talking about
his affinity ior- the agilo little
man.,.dut ,a eoupie or pro cacning
producte on hi staffr-Dxck Voria
and Frank Lauterbur have subt subtly,
ly, subtly, wooed the colonel into appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the 230-pound bruiser,
too .at least, there arc a couple
such specimens' on his upcoming
v Jim Bekhtier, Vlrglnele's full,
back Fmoort (Iran), is one Persian
rinse who works...oetuelly works
his way through college..
Dartmouth will keep on hiving
winning football as long as the
papers upply holds out...each morn morning,
ing, morning, from September through No November,
vember, November, .Coach iBod Clackman pre prepares
pares prepares for each, varsity members
mi mnneranhed timetable of the
day's activities;..every Sunday
when they anemhle to, watch the
previous day's game pictures, each
fuw rati a 3S.40 naae mimeograph'
ed critique of the individual per
son. sUpped disk keeps him in a
corset every -afternoon; on a hard
board at night . j.
' Tt traubla' with the Los An
geles Rama, say the ores. Is that
Sll Oillman cent ovahite drfon drfon-MrMnaal
MrMnaal drfon-MrMnaal ...anothor ox-Ram
ha has too mew cceches
on Ms eteff. -' a
' fitthnrh bn catten used to
the ideateeler Coach Buddy Par
ker will not snow UP ai any puo
blic functioM.'The reason,' winks
owner Art Rooney, "is that the
last time he showed vpt at, one
of those things,, he got up and
ssid, ,'I quit.", .
With all. the hullabaloo about
Quarterback Bob Williams, Netro
Dame coochos confide not to f er erect
ect erect bis atoncVIn segh Ooorge Ite..
they've watched bim, in emsto-
merit, flip. 71-ysrO pss in orae orae-yard
yard orae-yard pog on the fly In high school,
cpalegiaed '"because I had te take
an oxtrsv step throwing it.
The circus icatches of Gia "s
Frank Gifford and Kyle Rote e
no accident...They actualy warm
up on the sideline before a game
grabbing passes one-handed.. .Gif-
tord's still mucho r serious shout
a movie acting career...thc cone
thing that- Frank can't fathom
about being a celebrity: why every everything
thing everything be says should be quoted
("It resds so different"... & ;
Rookie Jack Call of the tattlme
Colts, who's impressed at en of of-lonaivo
lonaivo of-lonaivo halfback, was on the verge
of leaving camn In a wo, of the
cemootitioo after ne- week.,.wss
talkod out of it by 4ront offico eitto
John Stoedman. 1
The Ivy League quietly does
0-k.ay .In its recruiting program...
a sua namea iary. trout, aa au
America scholastic fend- enthu enthusiastically
siastically enthusiastically wooed by -. Stanford.
sowed up 00 tho Princeton csmpus
Jtls succmct -comment: "Stand-
ford wouldn't offer me anything."
Southwest recruiters are la a
tizzy about a 4-4 prep troth Pasa Pasadena,
dena, Pasadena, Tex..nmc's Bert Coin, and
what makes him so unusual Is this
skyscraper's a halfback who runs
tbe 100 in 1.5.. v
- Beiing tint Cue' CAmate aua-
octs a rotwrgenco of tho oM ban banned
ned banned boxing managers guile" to put
ttr-rMM fl rllfll iSMtlSJiroeo.. v
as Lr r.a 1 'a-z
mm mwrm ii 1 w m iv
turity and added training, there therefore,
fore, therefore, -must move him up.
Automatically v ne nas oecoma
tha winter hook favorite to win
the' Kentucky; Derby, ffhere is, of
course, no guarantee that be will
even get: to the Derby. Any one
of a score or so of misadventures.
.fromolle to Quarter crack. .
could do him In. Nor clo prepos prepossessing
sessing prepossessing looking juveniles always
carry their appearances and attri attributes
butes attributes into their hird year. .
though ln Nadir's- case,, we .feel
almost certain he'll ; fulfill every
promise.,.. ,: : ......
, nacir,' 1 prawcr vr
Wro U.i one ef e biflr -and
barter Kentwcky horse faondriti.
That he Should turn out to. bo
good one UlOss Surprising than
to flnct him racing In the,, old
schoal coierk, At Claiberne the
oceon i- ono the. cahu r I n g
,rathr'thaa,ttu race fratk. -.
, Still, A.?;1 (Bull) Hancock Jr..
. i .that -would be the head man.
. 'V .doea: like to race a small
strinc lust for the fun of it. Last
season he wound ud with the top
3-year-od filly and this year he's
got the z-year-om cnamp. aome
fun, ah Mac?
Stoem Neat Fer. Races
' msy or may not jnterest you
to know that some race tracks
have steam' heat. Garden State is
one that does. And the afternoon
Nadir earned $155,047, a chilling
north wind beat a fast calyiwo
theme on customer spines m ine
. Tnero woro, mwnimTi iw
heveha. "to which the ewatomers
could turn for relbf. The many
liars thoughtfully orevlded by the
. StovMu family end. .by t he
happicit of oolncidenoas. . ho
ogaclous betting areas where
hore the heat was turned out
full blast. .. -.uv'
As you will Immediately per per-ceive,
ceive, per-ceive, this constituted a most inge ingenious
nious ingenious arrangement,, one that was
to prove stimulating both to men
and machines. Contemplating the.
scene, Gene Mori; the' proprietor,
murmured: 'And the nice thing a a-bout
bout a-bout this is that there are no un-
uith lurimt hanvin Ml tha
pipes and screaming at the jsni-
tor ior moro neat
The beat back we've seen this
fall is- Boh Anderson, the Army
Glider. -who could be a soph AU
Ameriea...but one schim of the
West Point coaching staff lenas
to his running mate, Pete Daw Daw-kins,
kins, Daw-kins, as their, greatest threat.!..
It's a' happy argument...
Between yeo'n'me, wander if
gtrt, Bell's heard, abaut the go-
ings-on that've made one of ls
stellar oregricr attracttens an
ItCfVI Toe T 1 ...' ea
One Way To
COLUMBUS. O. fNEAV Partisan
Ohio State football fans did. not
get inai way vpverniKiii 4 "1
They've' been atanding lip come
anything, : ior tne uucKeyes since
football became a major sport..
This is easily proven by a glance
through an old newspaper file.
The Sunday edition which carried
thr account of Red Grange's' final
college gainer- against Ohio State
in Columbus in 1925 shows this
eloeuently.. ; U
Grange gamed a colossal ,. 23
yards, but ech time be worked
the bail, near tne coai tine. bo
give it to Earl Briiton. who car
ried lt over.urnion scored bou
touchdowns and kicked the extra
Points in tho 14-1 Illinois victory.
The Colombus newspsper- cov
ered this with aa eight-column
headline: "Ohio State Stops
Grange. 'v. r-
Takei a minute. -,:
to save 0 life
I J ONI STOM II
yy: YOU! -fjfi
Lehigh May Be 'Small School,
But It Has
By HARRY 6RAYS0N
iwirw YORK-i (NEAV-If Dsn
Nolan were playing quarterback
for Michigan State, Georgia Tech,
Texas A. and M. or any 01 ine mner
blast furnaco 'footha4 foundries
everybody would know his name
because he would, h in the head
lines all the time.
But young Nolan plays .foir'le-
high, a fine engineering suiu suiu-tion
tion suiu-tion st Bethlehem; Ps.. which rln
the breakdown of NCAA statlstWs
in classed as a "smaiT couege w
football. This is because the En En-tineers
tineers En-tineers do not play half their
games against schools designated
And thoie who have seen Le Lehigh
high Lehigh win eight straight fout-this
fall-know it has a "big" team
which would not be run off the
field by any college outfit in the
lNolan, a fighting Irishman defi defi-i.
i. defi-i. nrexfenal orosnect.
So is Pete Williams, a 235-pm;nd
tackle who is one of the swiftest
members of the party. And Caach
Bill Leckonby goes into ecstasies
about his other tackle, Walt Bian Bianco;
co; Bianco; an end, Joe Wenzel: and Wtt
Pijawka, the fullback who calls
Talent-wise, there Is little ques question
tion question but that these young men
have it all, and they are admir admirably
ably admirably coached by the one time
Brooklyn pro, Leckonhy, who learn learned
ed learned the split-T from its originator,
Don Faurot, at the Jacksonville
Nolan and Williams have y-o
aspirations, so you would suspect
they might ne laooring wnn
problem. They are kids who know
they could play in any company,
but have to do it in comparative
obscurity which might make it
tough for any future in the game.
But those thinking that way
underrate pro scouts and the boy's
natural liking for the school he
attends. Every pro club knows
of Nolan and Williams, and the
boys tiko it where they are just
the way it is. v
How did tne zo-year-oia, ux-
foot-two. 185-pound Nolan, mas
ter of the split-T option play, es
cape from ail football; iounaries7
He was a stickout all rouna
athlete at MechanicvUle, N. .,
Nelan. Duffina in the dressing
room after playing 50 minutes a-
gainst Jtutges, seemea. surprised,
at being interviewed.
"Mechanicville is above Troy,
where Coach Leckonby played his
high school football," lie explain explained.
ed. explained. "Eddie Pickens, who coached
Troy High, told Coach Leckonby
shout me and he came to see me.
That's all there was. to it."
Dan Nolan fared considerably
better' than his 21-year-old half.
backittg3wtber,' 'Jackr wh vwasfHt,rnme
deprived. 01 nis scnoiarsnip, aner
W II II
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- jjpv v A 'I nK 11
4 Is ( ? 2 ' r
breaking his wrist as a Nebraska
freshman. Jack 'finished up ai
Iona of New Rochelle, x.
Too Much Fun
NEW YORK (NEA The psrty
V.A hmmn in full fOTCC tor SOme
time, so Eddie Arcaro wasnt sur sur-piised
piised sur-piised when somebody brought
the subject up.
r thought I'd near the ques
tion sooner than this he laughed.
'No, I'm not even tmnicjng 01 re
tirement. Why should 17 I've goi
no weight trouble, stsy st 112
pounds. I don't have to get up
early and I enjoy my work."
What about, he was asked, 'his
mother? Mrs. Arcaro, who lives
in Newport, Ky., had heart trou trouble
ble trouble recently and; during it said
she hoped her 41-year-old son
would wuit riding.
"Aren't all mother? like that?"
he asked! "Mom has some ticker
trouble, so I bought her s house
thst's flat all around. No stairs,"
ANNAPOLIS (NEA) Navy's
150-pound football team his a
watch eharm guard. Jay Denney,
who stands no more inan iour-
tne iDa-pouna utnib, ; 4
lh Penfuin ggygt
Don't get hot . get KC5)LS
Now with or without
- ' SM -hiv inilli.r'Of inxru-alhiHTif--rirrvrmwit"
Dan, sharply-featured, wlr-jr
son of a plumber in moderate cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, is taking a combined,,
arts-engineering course, and will
be graduated in June. He will go
to' school another year to obtain
a metallurgical degree. ,;
Meanwhile, he'd like to quar-1
terback a pro team. And playing''
ior jueniga nasn 1 nun nis cnances.
After all, Harlon Hill, the great
end, played for Florence, Ala,,
Teachers and was brought to tho
attention of the Chicago Bears
only because he was not invited!
to an all-star game. r,
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But Usually Has Most Rainfall Fog
The following weather conditions
are based on past records and may
be expected to occur in the Canal
Zone, and vicinity during Novem November.
ber. November. accbrding to W. H. Esslin-
ger; chief 'hydro grapher at Balboa
: Heights' -
-.Waathert Maximum tainy-sea--son
conditions usually : occur dur during
ing during the m6nth of November. There
is, however, considerable variation
in the amount of rainfall from
year to year, Normally a total
of 10.23 inches may be expected
at Balboa Heights, 13.74 inches
at Madden 'Dam, and 22.52 inches
at Cristobal, but the range from
wettest to driest Novembers on
record are: 20.51 to 3.52 inches
at Balboa Heights, S6.22 to 3.08
inches at Maddendam and 43.06
to 6.63 inches, at Cristobal. Mea Measurable
surable Measurable rain will he likely to oc occur
cur occur on 22 days distributed over
78 hours at Balboa Heights and
25 days and 153 hours at Cristobal.
Clouds and Sunchine: Mostly
cloudy skies will prevail during
November, but there will be an
average of about 5 hours of sun sunshine
shine sunshine per day or 42 percent of the
Fogs Nightime : tnd early
morning fogs may be expected
quite frequently over the Garllard
Cut section of 'the Canal and the
central section of-the Isthmus a a-long
long a-long the Trans-Isthmian highway,
but none are likely to occurs t
either Canal entrance. Most of the
fogs form around midnight, and
may be expected to dissipate be before
fore before 8:30 a.m.
temperature: November is nor normally
mally normally the coolest month of the
year. The average air temperature
will he approximately 80 degrees.
Daily maximum and minimum
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MRAMOUNI PRfSERIS Jl jf'T"'
AUDREY HENRY MEL
"A ysuper-colossal spectacle a one of the industry's
best. Vidor has a master's hand... Hepburn is perfect. ..
Fond builds beautifully into his part."
"War -and Peace" outstanding- picture... It's rousing,
gigantic film. DeLaarentns bandies his mob scenes with
the finesse of Cecil B. DeMille."
J "WAR AV Pt ..r OPENS on THURSDAY .th AT THE
tENiii.L. f'aiT.n; Audrey Hepburn, Kenry Fords, and
ATTENTION. OX I.I Juar buik
madam turnisbad apartmanta, I,
2 badrooma, bal. cald watar
Phena Paaaaia 1494 f.
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment ta caupla without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porrai No. 120, betida Rootovelt
Thaatra. Overlooking SAS Com Com-minjry.
minjry. Com-minjry. Phono 3-5024,
FOR RENT-Small furniihad
apartment. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Near bus stops. 43rd Street
No. 13. J
FOR RENT: Very modern
apartment suitable for offices,
ideally aituated and very spacious
38th street Ne. 2-52 Lincoln
Building. Telephone Panama 3 3-7686
7686 3-7686 or 3-7683.
FOR RENT. Furnished apart-,
ment. 7th Ave. and Via Cin Cin-.
. Cin-. cuentenario. Coco del Mar, Tel.
3-2189 Quiet surroundings.
FOR RENTj-Furnished and. un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386... New Alhambra Apart Apartments
ments Apartments 10tk-Street, Colon.
FOR RENT:- Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all conveniences, 4th of
July Avenue. Phone 2-2081.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, including refrigerator,
porch, parior-diningroom, bed bedroom,
room, bedroom, kitchen, screened. $55.00.
Apply $112, Via Belisario Porrai,
' near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment.
ment. apartment. East 90th street. Via Po Porrai
rrai Porrai No. 16, San Franciaco.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room independent service, San
Francisco east 1 6th street No.
6, San Francisco, near Roosevelt
In Panama Varies,
temperatures will average 85 and
73 degrees on the Pacific side. and
84 and 75 degrees on the Atlantic
side. Highest and lowest November
temperatures on record are 94 and
65 degrees, but these io not occur
'frequently;' r'Ttr'T i;f
Relative Ttumidity: November
is our most humid month with
averages of about 88 percent
relative humidity at Balboa Heigh
90 percent at Madden Dam and
86 percent at Cristobal.
Winds and Storms: November
is the last month of the hurricane
season. These tropical storms oc occasionally
casionally occasionally form in the Caribbean
Sea and move northward, b u t
their usual paths are too far north
of Panama to cause damaging
winds on the Isthmus. Storms of
the "Norther" type are sometimes
experienced when strong high high-pressure
pressure high-pressure areas of the temperate
zone extend far enough south southward
ward southward to affect Isthmus weather.
They are characterized by 2 or 3
dalys of stron northrly winds and
high seas on the Atlantic Coast
and almost continuous heavy rains
with resultant floods. Such storms
and floods occurred during the
month of November in 1862, 18 18-76,
76, 18-76, 1879, 1885, 1909, 1931, 1932
1935, and 1950. Local thunderstorms
will occur frequently during the
month. Otherwise, winds over the
Atlantic Coast will genrerally be
light and variable with an aver average
age average velocity of 6 to 12 miles per
hour. Northwest winds will prevail
over the Pacific Coast and the
interior section, averaging about
6 miles per hour. The maximum
wind velocity, even for short pe periods,
riods, periods, is not likely to exceed 35
miles per hour.
i mn an ana m ai mm
5R?r. !"" "O'HHWH-ia, .t jun j st lewis
rAHJHAUA LUA IN ubw avenue miUHKHIIMr KXCHANUE J Fe. ae
VAN-DEIUI1S-SS Street No. ST e FARMACIA SX 8 ATURBO Pa, qa Ul.vr.
foV SALE: 1950 H umber 7
passenger sedan, duly paid. Call
FOR SALIi 1953 Pontla sta station
tion station wagon, 4 door, radio,' heat heater.
er. heater. Phone 85-413t2 or 83-4291.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet station
wagon, 4-door, automatic shift,
30,000 miles,, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, Balboa 6339. ;
FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge, 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, excellent transpor transportation,
tation, transportation, can be seen at 5623 Dia Diablo,
blo, Diablo, Asking $245,- will accept
best offer. Office 2-2731; home
2-4256 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1953 Mercury 4 4-idoor
idoor 4-idoor sedan, standard shift, radio,
. heater. Best offer. Cristobal- 3 3-1416.
1416. 3-1416. FOR SALE: 1951 Pontiac,
1950 Ford, 25 h.p. Johnson out outboard
board outboard motor. Call Clayton 2283.
MUST SELL: 51 Packard, auto
trans, good condition, tires,
needs paint. Best offer before
7 p.m. Tuesday. Griffin- 708-F
FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door se sedan.
dan. sedan. Excellent condition, $55Q.
551 1-B Diablo.
FOR SAlil: 1954 Studebaker
Commander V-8 5 pass, coupe.
Can be financed for asking price.
Excellent condition. Phono 3 3-2981,
2981, 3-2981, Margarita.
. IOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist wlU relieve
any foot trouble, corns, eallona eallona-ses,
ses, eallona-ses, inxrowii toe nails, foot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
J. Armemena Ave. 33-48
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. York Colin
Gibraltar Mfe ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama f-0552
TIlNttSTK BAVTCD C 1 I
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 245 1 2 2562
Lear Riding at
PANAMA AIDING SCHOOL
Riding tV Jumping Classes dairy
3 to 5 p.m Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
Dr. GERALDO S. LIM
East 34th St, No. 6-25
Across from tbe Lux Theater
Honrs: 9 to 12 3 to 6
Tel. 3-3272 Panama
For military and civil servita
personnel only n C.Z. writ r
phone for infmnatien Phil Wel Wel-ner.
ner. Wel-ner. General Aaent, fkon 1-S7M
Box 3114 ranam.
Air Force Position
Open For Tabulation
jthe Air Force has announced
a vacant Tabulation Project Plan Plan-BNER
BNER Plan-BNER POSITION, GS-6, for United
States citizen at Albroofc- Air Force
Base, Canal Zone. Applicants for
ihi. nncttinn mut have had two
years general experience in operat
ing manual card puncn macmnes,
sorting machines, and wired tabu tabulating
lating tabulating devices; also one year ex experience
perience experience in development of basic
and detailed procedures for all
mechanical and clerical operations
involved in tabulating projects
such as writing amende menta to
existing procedures requiring a
knowlege of functions, orgsnira orgsnira-statutory
statutory orgsnira-statutory provisions; devising
workflow charts, and designinr
reporting schedules, codes, punch
cards, and -report forms.
Applications shoal de made on
Standrsd Form 57. "Application
for Federal. Emplyment," which
may be obtained at the Civilian
Personnel Office, Building 800.
Albrook Air Force Base, Canal Zo
and are to be submitted during
tbe hours from 1 a.m. to ll';30
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: Cabin criisier 21'
with Chrysler 125 h.p. inboard.
Excellent condition. Bargain,
price. Call Panama 2-1840 from
9-12 and from 2-5.
FOR SALE: 16 foot States built
"King-Fisher" "Utility," com completely
pletely completely fiberglassed, with Mer Mercury
cury Mercury 55 long leg. In excellent
condition, $1,200.00. Phone Pa Pa-"
" Pa-" name 3-0728.
FOR-SALE: 500 watt portable
electric plant, 1 15 volt, 60 cycle,
manual or battery starting. In ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Price $250.00.
Phone Puna me 3-0728.
FORSALE: Boxer puppies.
Mariano Arosemenj Street No.
39, apartment No. 3, above "Bo "Bo-tic
tic "Bo-tic La Vida".
Registration For FSU Courses
Begins Thursday For Fall Term
Registration for courses being
offered by Florida State Univer University
sity University in the second fall term of the
Canal Zone program will be held
next Thursday .and Friday, Nov.
7-3, USARCARIB education of officials
ficials officials announced.
Hours for enrollment will be
from 8 a.m. ,to 5 p.m. on those
days" at the Fort Qlayton, Fort
Davis and Albrook Air Force Base
The new fall term will begin
November 11 and continue through
January 16, with a holiday recess
rornDecember 20 to January 6.
All closes will meet on their res res-pectfves
pectfves res-pectfves days from 7 to 10 p.m.
On the. Atlantic Side, classes
meeting Tuesday and, Thursday
evenings at the Fort Davis educa
tion center will be western civili
zation, general mathematics and
plane analytic geometry. (
Pacific side classes meeting et
the Fort Clayton education center
on Mondays and Wednesday will
be calculus, physical sciences and
college algebra, while eleminary
Spanish, western civilization and
business law will meet Tuesday
Classes in diplomatic history
will be conducted at Fort Kobbe
on Monday and Wednesday even
ings, and on Tuesdays' end Thurs
days, another section of general
mathematics will meet.
Scheduled for Albrook Air Force
iBase are principles of accounting
on Mondays and Wednesdays and
industrial relations on Tuesdays
AH courses carries three semes
ter hours of credit with the ex
ception of physical sciences and
calculus. Physical science 'carries
four hours of credit-, while clacu-
lus is a five-hour couse running
16 weeks instead of the normal
eight weeks.1 It will continue into
the next FSU term.
All military, peronnel who have
graduated "from-high school or
who have a high school equiva
lency certificate are olegible to
enroll. Military "depdendents and
employes of the Pamana Canal
"THE CURSE OF
y Tl it.
A hanntlnr talc of terror b promised in Warner Bros.
thriller, -THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN," which OPENS
ON PRE-RELEASE AT THE LUX, Monday 4th. Filmed in'
color for added blood-chUlinr realasm. The Cane of Fran Frankenstein"
kenstein" Frankenstein" stars Peter Cashing, Basel Coort, Robert tJrquh tJrquh-art
art tJrquh-art ami Christopher Lee. ..-.'".
lltllMt- IJHRKRIA Pr.CCIAOOT atrmi No. IS .' SOENCIAf
sebvice-av,. t..o n..
la u" "-V
I Strnl fAKMAt LA "iAr'-VIe Porrea
FOR SALE: G. E. autimatic
washer, like new, $175.00.
Phono 86-3143. v
FOR SALE: Divan makes Into .,
double bed. New condition.' $70. f
See at 6337 Mandinga PI. Los
Rios,C. Z. :
FOR SALE:yenatian -blinds,' :.
three 52x72; two 45x60; excel excellent'.
lent'. excellent'. Inglis automatic 25-cycle
washing machine; metal bed and
mart rets; bamboo magaxina
holder; globe Atlas; twelve indi-.
vidual fruit compotes; screwtop
jars; Bric-A-6rae. Tel. 2-1833.
LEARN. BALLROOM Dancing
Adulta Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-423?. Harnett and
Spanish made easy with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's practical conversational
system. Classes day and night.
4th of July Ave. T1-352 No. 10.
Across from Quarry Heights.
Company are also elegibJe pro
vided they meet the high school
graduate of equivalency prerequi prerequi-site,
site, prerequi-site, f
On Gov. Knight, Say
WASHINGTON. Nov. 2 (UP)-
Republican leaders are denying any
"outside pressure" has bee exert
ed '. on California ; Gov.: Goodwin
J,. Knight to. run for themS.'Se-
nate. instead af. seeking re-oic
tion.fe "j ', " '"
A spokesman' for 1 the GOI Na
tional Committee said yesterday
if it was true Knight has decided
not to contest Sen. William F.
Knowland (R-Calif.) for the go
vernorship, the decision was made
"in California by Calif orniahs."
The spokesman, campaing ma
nager Robert Hunphreys, said. Re
publican National Chairman H.
Meade Alcorn was "certainly a-
ware" of the situation in Califor California.
nia. California. But he said the committee
made "no attempt to influence
Sen. Thomas H. Kuchel (R-Calif.)
likewise, discounted any sugestion
that Knight was "talked out o
running against Knowland. Ku Kuchel
chel Kuchel said he had "no inside infor
mation." but added "if the detei-
sion was made, I'm Sure' it was
SOMOZA TO TOUR U.S.
, WASHINGTON (UP)-Brig' Gen.
Anastasio D.- Somoza, director of
the Nicaraguan National Guard, is
scheduled to arrive Saturday for
a tour of military installations.
Somoza's itinerary includes the
Army Nike site at Lrton, Va.;
Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.j
West Point?, N.Y.; the Army Ord Ordnance
nance Ordnance Tank Automotive Command
at Detroit; the Air Force Academy
in Colorado; Hoover Dam at Boul Boulder
der Boulder City, Nev.; Ft. Bliss, Tex.' and
Ft. Sill, Okla.
- NOVEMBER 4Ih
i7K. s(rv itnil Baddrd
111 O NOViBADEa 4TH i,w"B.'1
FOR SALI: Whirlpool wringer
type washing machine. Call AI- -breok
FOR SALE-SaVe rnoneyl', Buy
Clayc building blocks. 4" 1 2"
si 2". They are .economical, light
ano do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco fcV Alfareria, S.
AH yla Espana: No. 37-40.
FOR SAtE: Piano, typewriter1,
shaver, bo ok one watches,''
clothes,, toys, .blackboard, mis mis-.
. mis-. cellaneoui. 2308-B, Las Crucas,.
FOR SALE f 60 cycle Thor
washing maciiine $30,00 2560
cycle, table model sowing' ma-fl'i
chine $50.00. 6 year alia crib.'
Call Navy Pac. 3587.
FOR SALE: Special aale today
until November 30 on all our
many splendored things; gor gorgeous
geous gorgeous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum's Ave. J. Free., da la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALEs "Higgins" alumi aluminum
num aluminum camping trailer, wss tires,
new paint. Price $400,00. Phone
FOR SALE One 10' ft. Servel
gas refrigerator, one 10' ft.' Ser Servel
vel Servel kerosene refrigerator at
Wettwood form,. Arraijan.
FOR SALE: Talking -parrot and
cage. Straight back chairs. Roll
down slat shades, 8 ft. Two mir mirrors:
rors: mirrors: Animal c.g.: Winter suits,'
40 long. Balboa 2409.
FOR SALE: 4x5 film pack
adapter graphic, carrying case
712 inch enlarging lens. Call Al Albrook
brook Albrook 4294.
FOR SALE: Underwood type typewriter
writer typewriter In first class, condition
$30.00, apply profesor Minbiole
654. House No. 2,
FOR SALE: G. E. Radio-phonograph
console, with 3 speed Gar Gar-rand
rand Gar-rand changer, beautiful cabinet.
551 1-B Diablo.
OF THE PRESS
COHJMBUS Ohio (UP-Gov. C.
William, O'Neill Wednesday Called
on all of the state's.'pubucify
ers, whose annual salaries f total
$139,000, to .tell them, how they
could improve their work-and re relations
lations relations with the press. The meet meeting
ing meeting was closed to the press.
U.S. To Display Airpower
WASHINGTON (UP)-The De Defense
fense Defense Department has announced
that a token display of U.S. air air-power
power air-power will go on display in Ar Argentina
gentina Argentina next month A good will
visit of fighter and bomber -iets
will coincide) with Argentina's Avi Aviation
ation Aviation Week, Nov. 10 If. The visit
will tive Argentines their first look
at the iB-47 : Strato-Jet and B-52
Strato-Fortress, among others.
fi Alt 'v w. 11 1 1 si
til x 'M !.f':1 i
h -' r?7rrr IkV,
- JOSEPH A J VIVECA I" V BETSY WARD
T O D A Y MIDNIGHT SHOV7I ,)
' at 1 RALPH MEEKER in'
.17:00 p.m: "KISS ME DEADLY" v
Alcoholics anonymous v
.v drawer "a," diablo
BOX 1211, CRISTOBAL, CX
Capable North American. 35
year aid, experienced in admi administration
nistration administration and management field.
; Desires position with American
t or Panamanian firm. Reply t. O.
Wko 1005, Curundu.
Radiotacnlcian in communication
and marinr equipments, seeking
position. t Pleaat write H. Cava.
r lt 7 tty4
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'ERNEST' P.' JARRETT, right, of thr Arfnyi j.tfantic supply
point, Fort Gulick is a two-MmeiWinner in the Project Pay Pay-dirt
dirt Pay-dirt program; the TJ.S Army's incentive award program for
Its employes.? Capt. James M. Hull center, officer" in charge
of the (supply point, reads the suggestion-j'ward certiflcata
he awarded Jarrett In-; recent. cefemohv?at Fort. Gulick.
Jarrett also reeived a $15 check for his suggestion to improve
supply operations,- He Jives at 7035, Apt. ,45,, 8thi St., Colon.
At left is Carlos C Corfea, of.thi supply point; who also re
ceived a suggestion, award certificate He lives aft 8050; Apt.
' 7, 10th St.; Colon; (U.S. Army? PboWN-
iTaqmrtAiie U!t An
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Unfair Practices Against Employes
WASHINOrTON, NOV. 2 (UP)
The trouble -r laden Teamsters
Union has been hit on another
government front --' this thne
on cnarges of unfair. labor prac
tices and intimidation against
i- The National Labor Relations
Board, In the first: casiof Itaiplaced by -Teamsters Local 22S
kind, ruledi unariimbuslysygstef unariimbuslysygstef-day
day unariimbuslysygstef-day that the Teamster and Its
subordinate ; bodies ..were guljty
of unfair acts as an- employer,
in, another Teamster sdevelon-
ment. Merlyn S. Pitzele told the
Senate Labor Mana g ement
Rackets Committee he accepted
$15,000 in retainers from ti the
Teamsters union over three
years while he was chairman of
the New, York State Labor Med Mediation
iation Mediation Board. Pitzele, now labor
editor of "Business Week"vmag Week"vmag-azlne,
azlne, Week"vmag-azlne, said he received the mon
ey from Teamster President Dave
Beck with Nathan W, Sheffer-
man acting as go-oeiweeni 1 ..
The Tlve-member NLRB nanel
said the Teamsters in Portland,
-1? 3 -minuto ear wash $, steam
' cleaning of motor $5, waxing sf
';. cars UAUrnmm
mien Highway .wear Sears. y g ,, .-
. Thg. best dltmorf end drinks V
, ore iorvtd in our modorn air air-condilionoo
condilionoo air-condilionoo cafeteria: grin aBe)
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pl. -'
sa I'd Moy:;:;!4;:..l:.:,.;'
FREE Television Pick-up and
delivery service during the month
of November;. Phone U. S. Tale
vision, Panama 3-7607 for fast -service.
AM LOST; Find me lunching;
dining deliciously, economically,
Tony's El Patio 36th E 15. 1
A nnf Is Aai tsAnli
Ore.,.111fegally coerced Its offica
workers into joining a Teamsters
local., : 4 1:
Five womerf employes were
flreff for belhg active on behalf
of .the Office Emnloves Interna-
i tlonaLtjnlon, the Board said. ':.'
unat union was uniawxuily re-
as bargaining- agent for some of
the. employes, it said, 1 1
& The Board ordered the Team
sters to restore -the five-women
to their jobs and awarded them
more Jhan. two ryears' back pay.
Found guilty by the decision
were the International Union
and the following Portland af affiliates:
filiates: affiliates: Locals'" 223 and 208.
Joint council; 37 the Teamsters
Building Association and the
Teamsters Security Plan.
The. board also found the
Teamsters' units were guilty of
other unfair labc practices In Including
cluding Including Intimidation of employ employes
es employes who had agreed to testify at
an ,NLRB hearing vln the case,.
' k- who.
BR AM D
. PAGE NIN1
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1957 t ?
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THE &TORX P MARTHA WAINS i
By WILSON 8CRI!GGh
ANP THAT yOU. ; IP EATIN6 SCANS OUT
OF CHIrTEP PLATES IS KJUR PRICE, BUSTER
YOU'VE 5T71L MAPC OUI?5ELF A PEAL.
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By LESLIE TURNER
LOOKigARWtfB.THBKE LITTLE HOPE- I
WEkM LKCLIHOOOi-OF MB COLLECTING
VOUK 20,000 IM5URAUCE NOW. VUMILB I
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lTO TAKfr BETTER, CARE "OF WE! WITH VOUR
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.L I t propoted new car line. Ford Motor Co. today unveiled its new line-pthe Edsel Front and rear
NS L J tyUnf f the new car are shown In thia photo f Citation two-door hardtop and a Citation con-
" i vertible. The car has a vertical grille and concave sculptured sides. The horizontal UiUlghts blend
' .. into the 'flight dec luggage compartment lid to provide a solid bar of illumination on each side.
v : ?. Each bar is in two sccmcnls. Turn indicators and brake warning lights are in outer1 segment,,! ne
Edsel. a "-medium price" car which will be available for public inspection Sept. 4, will have la ,
moaeia in lour series ritanger, racer, vorair inu .
T.M. Rw. V. Ht 01.
i- i ..rnriaarf vou'ro auittins to get irtarried,
Mis. Blair I guwd you were th domestic type
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e Downed 13-0,
Eliminated From Grid Race
AND AW At BE GOES Charlie Franch. BHS halfback, on
his rapid way for a first down last night.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
Is nrenared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
High ..j 85
, low ......... 78
Low .. 61
(max. mph) S-12
RAIN (inches) 0
(Inner harbors) 83
SUNDAY, NOV. 3
1:35 4:05 6:30
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JOE REYNOLDS, Balboa
quarterback, takes off on a
35-yard run which started a
Bulldog TD drive.
By' TREVOR SIMONS '
The Balboa Bulldogs assured themselves of at least
a tie in the 1957 football title with a 13-0 victory over
Junior College at Balboa stadium last night.
The loss eliminated College from any mathematical
chance of winning the grid crow' this year and put the
Bulldogs in a commanding position in their quest to keep
the football trophy in the halls of Balboa High.
The Bulldogs combined brilliant quarterbacking by
Tom McKeown who, is addition to a long distance aerial
to Douglas for the first BHS touchdown, neatly pulled of
fakes that completely befuddled the College eleven, with
excellent displays of running by backs Charlie French and
Bruce Bateman, to score their third and most important
win ot tne season.
Most of the first half of play passes, intended for Joe Cicero
took place in Balboa territory! and was halted on the College
Wlin junior uouege, mucn u-:cieven
nroved. aDDarently trying for a I
quick scor!oagainst the favored Bateman, taking three college
Balboa eleven. i tacklers along for the ride, went
1 10 me 17 and Al Nahmad carried
Junior College kicKed on to over lew tackle for the first
Balboa and on the very first ;aown on the j.c eleven
play from scrimmage, Reynolds
attempted a pass which was in intercepted
tercepted intercepted by Joe Cicero, the J.C.
halfback going all the way to his
The most serious College
threat of the night came al almost
most almost immediately after they
had taken possession of the
ball. Jack Hammond tossed a
pass to Jim Morris who was'
headed for pay-dirt when he
slipped and fell on Balboa's
29-yard line. The Bulldogs' line
held firmly and J.C. failed to
Again in the first quarter a
Balboa fumble recovered by J.
C.'s Pete Lang gave College the
ball on Balboa's 31-yard line.
This time they reached within 9
yards of scoring when Gary Nes
intercepted one of Hammond's
Balboa's drive to their first
score of the night got its start
deen in their own territory. Jun
ior College had once again pen
etrated deeply into Balboa terri
tory, but this time could not get
beyond the 10-yard line as the
stubborn B.H.S. line held dog doggedly.
gedly. doggedly. A tricky fake hand-off to
Bruce Bateman, the ball actually
going to speedy halfback Charlie
French, got the Bulldogs away
from their own end zone, to the
Bateman's jump pass over the
middle to chuck Douglas netted
the Bulldogs another first down
on their own 46-yard line.
With the Junior College de defenders
fenders defenders bouncing off the chest
of Bruce Bateman. the Bulldogs
drove to the College 42-yard
It was from that point that
Tom McKeown, successfully
faking a hand-off once again,
set sail a long pass into the
waiting arms of Chuck Doug Douglas
las Douglas who took the ball on the
15-yard line and ran, uninter uninterrupted,
rupted, uninterrupted, into the end zone for
the score. Ness' boot for the
extra point was low and blocked.
The undermanned staff ofC.Z.
J.C. continued to lose steam as
the game progressed and never
again endangered the Balboa
Midway through the fourth
quarter the Bulldogs tacked on
an additional seven insurance
points to their score.
It all begun when Don Ryter
intercepted one of Hammond's
. Reynolds, doing the quarter quarter-backing
backing quarter-backing in the late minutes or
the game, gave a hand-off to
Charlie French who found a
big hole in the right side of
the J.C. line and sped through
for the score. French added
the extra point with a perfect
boot through the middle of
The remainder of the came
was played within the bounds of
eacn team's 30 yard line as each
team continuously intercentpd
the other's attempt to pass and
irequent tumbles were being re
coveredyby the opposition.
With neither team los!n? the
ball on downs, the offense
changed hands no fewer than
eient rimes in the final two min
utes of play.
, ONLY TWO MORE WEEKS
Only two more weeks of grid
wuuu remain m tne 1957 sched
Cristobal High still entertains
possiDiimes of finishing in a tie
for the championship with the
Bulldogs; but to do so they must
ueieac junior conege in the
homecoming game at Cristobal
Nov. 8 and then 1 take Balboa
High into camp at Balboa Nov.
The Bulldogs can wrao it all
up if college dumps C.H.S. Fri Friday
day Friday night at Mt. Hope Stadium.
Thursday night the Bulldosrs
will keep the edge on with an another
other another exhibition game at Balboa
Stadium against the Athletic
Club. The A.C. were 7-6 winners
the first time these two teams
met. The Bulldogs are new favo favorites
rites favorites to avenge that defeat.
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GOT HIM Jack Hammond, Junior College back, runs into a buzzsaw
took a 13-0 beating.
School trouble last night as J.C.
Pennsylvania R. R.r
Mef York Central
NEW.. YORK.- Nov. 2 (UP) The
Pennsylvania Railroad and JNew
York Central Railroad may be
merged into one ginat transpor
tation system under plans being
sutdied today by the two carriers.
Thpse two now rank one ana
two in size among the world's rail
rnnHs. A mereer would unite as
sets, now totaling nearly six bil
linn dollars and Droduce a new
hillinnaire comDany ranking 11th
in th list. i
James m. Svmes. nresident 01
thft Pennsv. and Alfred i.. Jfen
man, president of Central, announc
ed, they have initiated studies
lnokina toward a possible union
of the two into one consolidated
The two already have held pre
liminary .studies' and discussions
which they said indicate that subs substantial
tantial substantial benefits -to all concerned
may result form such a merger.
The two giant railroads blanket
the Northeaster section of the
nation and duplicate facilities in
dozen states. A merger, it was
held, would eleminate these du duplicate
plicate duplicate facilities and result in one
biff, efficient transportation sys
tem able better to compete with
other forms of freight and passeng
Girls 14, Boys 11
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RAUL BARBARA finds himself going the' wrong way up
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Eleven boys and 14 girls were
born at Gorgas Hospital during
the week ending at midnight
Monday, -according to the regu
lar hospital report. During the
same period, 202 patients were
admitted, and 211 were discharg
The names and addresses ofl
the parents of the boy babies
are: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Holder,
of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs.
G. S. Oakley, of Panama City;
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Harter, of
Balboa: Mr. ana Mrs. E. M. car.
starphen, of Rousseau; Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Mannings, of Gam.
boa: Sgt. and Mrs. R. E. Nittin-
ger, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and. Mrs.
C B. ocheitree, of Gamboa; ups
and Mrs. R. D. Robinson, Sr., of
Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs. M. F.
Green, of Balboa: sgt, ana Mrs.
E. L. Parker, of Fort Kobbe; and
Sgt. and Mrs. V. Rodriguez, of
Girl Dapies were born to tne
following: Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Wattley, of Panama, City; Sp3
and Mrs. V. L. demons, of Pan
ama: Mr. and Mrs. e. f. Armi-
stead, of Diablo Heights; Cpl.
and Mrs. K. H. Clark, of Panama
City; Mr, and Mrs. Seymour
Strauss, of Panama City; Mr.
and Mrs. C. M. Barber, of Pana
ma City; Mr, and Mrs. A. James,
of Paraiso; Mr. and Mrs. N.
Hinds, of Panama City; Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Mullins, of Panama
City; Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Valdes,
of Panama City; SS'gt. and Mrs.
J. E.. Jones of Albrook; Mr.- and
Mrs. O. Johnson, of Panama .Ci .City;
ty; .City; Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hagerty,
of Locona,; and Capt. and Mrs.
G. E. Thurmond, of Fort Kobbe.
NEW YORK, Nov. 2 (UP)-
David Duncan, 23, a mechanic
was killed yesterday when a 37-ton
airliner fell on him while its en
gines were being' warmed up at
Lira Guardia Airport.
Police said Duncan was standing
a fire watcn under tne tour -engine
Trans World Airline Constellation
when a main wheel gear collapsed.
HATCHETMAN GOT HIM Bill Hatchett of J.C. backs-down
a driving- Bruce Bateman. (Photo: Bill Kirkland);
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GRIDIRON GAVOTTE Gary Ness, star Balboa back, knocks
down a pass from, Jack Hammond meand for Rolando Linares
(80). (Photo: Bill Kirkland)
OOPS, WRONG BANKI
SPOKANE, Wash. (UP)r-PoUce
today were searching for an
armed .'bank robber. Attendants
said the, man, armed with a small
automatic, took four pints of type
O-RH negative blood from the Spo
kane blood bank Wednesday night.
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every forbidden J
moment must be an
interlude of love!,
. AILYSON EMgl