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3rd YEAR, i
-Mlkn CKOGK.'Baiboa captain Wlsta talkie, gets anassist with his helmet from cheer lead-:
cr Jac ie Dunn last night as he gops out tor W last high school.football gameXXook led
. h-s tean to SLl8-0junJycr rrlstrr-M l , h fcchorl Jrv the iP57 sw,?n' finaltJ3albo, B ta ta-1"
1" ta-1" c'lum 'i&tory and more piciuies o.i bt. -V V t3,v.
.Big feisfv: Oot&fttifi M la tt6n
'- More than '16,800 flrst-drv cancellatlonjt 'tif the spwiaf three-tent stamp" ommemfti:atinff
the ISth anniversary J Qorgai Hospital hav already been processed by employes of -the JBal JBal--
- JBal-- boa Tost Office; It ifas- announced yesterday by the postal Division 1 iVT'
. The first-day eaacellatlon -were -runnin j hither than-usual for a commemorative stamp
of a Sinele Issuer .postal,authoritlei stated, and at the Tate orders, are pouring in, many more
f irst-'day cover' requests) will be received before noon- tomorrow. W
i Stamp collectors were reminded that the Balboa-Post Office would remain open -from "9
s.m. until noon tomorrow for the benefit of those who wish to purchase the, special three-cent
stamp and 'obtain first-day cancellations. y,
Tn addition. arranRemenU
have "been made by the Balbdaf
Postmaster td sell the stamps
the GofKas' Hospital lobby be
srinnina immediately, after. the
formal ceremonies tomorrow
morning -until noon.
The Basic design for, the stamp
was executed by A. Doyle, Jr.,
rhipf of the Architectural
Branch in collaboration ; withj
members of the canal Zone pos.
tal service stamp advisory com'
The model was sketched by W.
K. Schraae;of the Bureau" of En,-
! craving ariti Printing in, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, d.c. tji-'SHV--""-;. V.'
Its central Design is a picture
of the Gorgas Hospital Adminis Administration
tration Administration Building, with Ancon Hill
in the backgrounds ?
On Farm Crtcylsll -1
A unique conference-Tje. first of
its kind in Latin America, is be being
ing being held at Hotel Ei Panama HU-
ton. i''V i-;" f ""'- i
About 73 delegates are attend attending
ing attending the-Farm Credit Conferenca
at which 21 Latin American coun-
1 tries are represented."
! Today delegates were being flown:
tto Chirique province where they
- will make a first-band survey of
: farms in Panama:
1 The conference began last Mon Mon-t
t Mon-t day and will continue for one more
? week until Nov. ; 23;
: It is being sponsored Jointly by
the Panama government in eon eon-.
. eon-. junction -with the International Co Co-,
, Co-, operation Administration of the
United v Staes. 1 Main object of
.the meeting is : to give people
- from Latin American who are
, working or Interested In agricul-
t ureal credit prograns the oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity ot idscussiag problems of
. mutal interest, in an effort to Im Improve
prove Improve credit fachlies available to
the farmers of eacb country.
The conference is divided Into
, five commissions which are dis discussing
cussing discussing credit agencies, sources nf
caoital for farming credit, hindi hindi-irg
irg hindi-irg control and recovery of los.
land holdings; msrkeriic andother
fse'cs connected wi;b f?tminf
credit and the trtirrirg of per personnel
sonnel personnel for farm credit programs.
. i -?'" i
STop Docs of Armed Services
Say Happy Birthday to Gorgas
Contrratulatory messages on
the 75th anniversary of the
founding of Gorgas Hospital
have been received from the Sur Surgeons
geons Surgeons .General of the Army, Na Navy,
vy, Navy, and Air Force.
- bv letters addressed to Col,
Charles O. Bruce, Health Di Director,
rector, Director, they extended congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations on the significant an anniversary
niversary anniversary and expressed best
I wishes for the observance of
Hospital Day jn the Canal Zone
next Sunday. i
Mai. Gen.,SB. Hays, Surgeon
General of the Department of
the Arnjy. said in part in his let
ter: ,-1. ; '.
"As Bureeon General of the
Army, and speaking on behalf ef
an members of the Army Medi
cal Service, we are proud of the
work Gorgas Hospital bat done
and is continuing to ao; and we
are proud of. our ; association
With, this fine "hospital." ;
Rear Atlm, S. W-. Hogan. Sur
geon General of the UJS.. Navy,
wrote: r V -. -'.
L'lt .is indeed appropriate that
a special.day should be designat
ed aa Canal zone Hospital- Day.
and it ie particularly significant
mat tna oay snouia coinciae
with the anniversary of the es establishment
tablishment establishment of the Gorgas Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. 'fv- v
. The completion of the Pana Panama
ma Panama canal ushered in a new era
not only from' the standpoint of
engineering; but also in the field
of medicine. (1 .- t
"The morbidity and mortality
rates incident to work on -the
Canal pointed up the -urgent
need for immediate and con tin tinned
ned tinned research in 'the -field of
Tropical Medicine. It was, Indeed,
fortunate for' all of ui that this
need was realized and that ap-l
proprlate action was taken."
la hli letter to the Canal Zone
Health Director concerning the
celebration- Sunday, MaJ. Gen.
Dan C. Ogle, Surgeon General of
the VS. Air Force, said in part:
V li U1C f.lOlUIl VJ, VUC IUli
anniversary of Gorgaa Hospital,
On the occasion of the 75th
I wish to extend my personal
"Let the people
v"4l i i ) n' v J
and official Breetines and tpst
wishes to you and all" members
of the medical staft for the Arm-
ed Forces medical installations
in the Panama Canal Zone.
THE SPREADING BANYikl TREE, one of aeveral which face
the Administration Building a Balboa Heights,, got. a. close
haircut this week. In an effort to-save the dying tree, work-.
men cut and sawed off braiches
illlVU V UV4 o-inU vi.
They're hoping this metric,
ailing tree, alii htip
know the truth and thf
United Fund Agencies
i "The functloninr Mnk ne ne-'
' ne-' tween the residents of these
communities and the Compa
ny r- Government administra
tion In matters affecting, com
munlty life and living.
The Council seeks wider
Vtommunlty participation t in
self-help projects and requITe requITe-otiiv
otiiv requITe-otiiv ama.ll mm from United
Fund for essential expense.
' m At W a
,y rians ior ine cwiu"a jpt
. Include sponsorship of one ppy
lo J'Boy'a State" and one km
toGlrl' State," and the spon sponsorship
sorship sponsorship of 4th of July celebra-
tion and other community;!"
fairs. : V
In Fund DrVe
A ilnrere hone that every mem'
ber of the United States Armf
Caribbean would assume luc per-
sonal Responsibility ; as a meraber
bf the Canal- Zone Community jby
contributing to the-Canal ont u u-mted
mted u-mted Fund this week wasvwiced
bv MaJ. Gen. Thomas U'Harrold.
commanding general,' k.J&w
- Harrow told Mf Aommaaqers
nr) tnnmberr of his .staff that he
had nevef yet jneta 'soldier who,'
if properly orientea tna wno un understood
derstood understood the purposes of a fund
drive, would not be extremely gen
Meanwhile, the Army passed the
34 per cent mark' in its drive for
$48,240 with an unofficial
total listed Thursday 'of $16,342.31
collected or pledged, This does not
count many sealed eveiopes wmcn
are sent directly to United Fund
as an incenuve 101 competition
between Army posts in the drive.
individual fund goals for the sev
eral posts were pumisnea in l s
week by USARCARIB fund offi
cials. Based upon military and
civilian populations, the goals set
Army Atlantic $8290.80
Fort.Kobbe ; 8200.80
Fort Clayton A 27,014.40
Fort Amador, V, 4341.60
Quarry Height: j 42.40
Latest unofficial returns snow
the following amounts and percen
Army Atlantic, ,$4816.36. 49 per
'tent;. Fort Kobbe f 2340.69, 29 per
cenW ort uyton, $5835.00, i 22
Per cent; Fort Amador 280J.32,
I5 Per cent: Qwry Heights 542.
100, 112 per cent
practically down to its iruruc
plus a few injections given the
umuiai growtn now, r
fj f t ltt
country U $afe Abraham Lincoln.
P SATURDAY, NOVEMBER IS, fH57
riurns t n'nir'BinrV" i wTiat
ty wife Ann as both posed In front of the truck which brought
them to Panama, The California couple is Brazil-bound, but,
hope to finish their Jaunt by plane, if they can learjto fly
- v lone: Anyone want a truck? w"
if( -. us-H v
Here's immic, -v- -w
if vnu'ra jhinkuiB M how 1
snend yout honeymoon, or, where,
just throw your apouse Ml
truck. I6ad it with a goodly supply
of canned beans, ana take off tor
a pleasurable tnree mouaauu u
or -so, ... .... ?Ji'
Thia seams to oe uie tBBv.y-
tionof a happy Califoroian cou cou-de
de cou-de who have just arrived on -Ihe
isthmus nd intend to sUjr,
Ann and Tom Lockie of Los
Angeles, the jaunt down here in
their half-ton 'Chevrolet truck was
t x hlated honeymoon.
Says the pretty brunette:,
"My folks didn't think much, of
the idea, and most
was erazy. But we're having lots
of fun"; ..,
Marrud for one yr, -"-
62 Job Vacancies,
28 For Overhaul,
Listed By PanCanal
i 9a tit them
P.ciT lockV Overhaul
project beginning in JuajT arm
currently available with the Canal
.ni,ptinn according to Ul
trinsfer-vacancy bulletin issue
by the Personnel Bureau, v t
Thirteen of the locks overhaffl
positions are open ior air noiw.
operators;' eight are for locks
verhaul checkers; two for boitef.
maker helpers; tnree
locks overhaul signalmen) one
ateam engineer; one machinist.
one air hoist operator; one super:
visory clerk and one locomoUye
operator. ,: i'X'ii
mere are inree uireumss """f
r deckhands in the NavigaUc-n
Division; two for Jireiignters hi
the Fire Division; two for gener-.
al engineers in tne engineering
n,isinn nH two for electronics
mechanics in the Electrical Divi
Vacancies ere also listed for the
following types of work: hospital
attendant; clem sienograpner;
clerk-typist; dipper dredge- engi engineer:
neer: engineer: graduate intern engineer;
locka security natrolman; marine;
inspection assistant; medical tech technician:
nician: technician: office helper: painter
painter-sealer; pipefitterr1; police
man; adding machine repairman;'
r diary drill foreman; supervisory
clerical assistant; ana wiremaa.
Project Office P
Moves To Diablo
The Power conversion project
office located in Building No. 58
in Gamboa being traasf erred
Monday to Building Ha. 5145 in
Diablo HeighU, it was announced
With this change, an. inquiries
concerning 80-cycte conversion in
the Gamboa ana Paraiso areas she
he addressed to the Pacific Area
Engineer at the new office. Tele
phone inquiries may be mad by
calling Phone No. 2-1491.
hnbnv Tom- LocMe told Ixls pret
V 4eeldef to have their rrli
tiiiy a"nr --pratKeai el -itta
lorn, wne is o, ni iua
graduatad from Stanford L a w
School and figumd this was a
good time to visit an Id school
chum down In Brazil-
"I guess you could say were
doing it the hard way."
Actually, the Locktes believe in
variety. Their plans now are to
exchange the truck for a two-seater
light plane. The fact that neith neither
er neither of the young people knows how
to fly is small obstacle.
"Tom can do anything," says
his loyal wife with assurance.
Both are convinced it won t
take long for him to earn his pi pi-i.
i. pi-i. nnce Thev feel that any
thing will be easier than driving.
"The trcK s in Deaumui nuay,
says Ann, "except where a horse
crashed into the side of it up in
The couple claims that the inter-American
Highway ris in ter terrible
rible terrible shape. "It's laughable,"
grins Tom, "but the road, just
stops at Mexico, with no connet connet-ing
ing connet-ing link to Guatemala."
Exctpt for the horse incident,
they say that nothing "too tor tor-rible"
rible" tor-rible" has happenea thus far.
In Managua some mosie-lovar
stole Tom's harmonica, and at
the Nicaraguan border t h i r
guns war a grabbed, and it took
several days to get thm back.
Ann, whp is a scuoolteacher
wheri she isn't travelling, aaya
they're taking movies all along
the way so that she can show her
"kids" a photographic lesson in
geography. , ,
Reight now they're busy looking
for a buyer for their truck, a
cheap apartment, and a pilot who
can teach Tom, in preparation for
the second phase of their trip.
And in case they run short, ot
cash, Tom has a ready solution:
"If you know anyone who wants
hto hire a lawyer wno aoesni
speak Spanish or wno nai do
knowledge of Panama law I m
their man. ."
largest Tanker Yet
Makes Panama Canal
Transit In Ballast
k.Tha biggest tanker ever to go
through the tanai maae
'..,..!r n mute from the Faci-
Ihc to Spain where it will be dry dry-Mocked
Mocked dry-Mocked ior overhaul. She made the
transit in bsilsst.
WThe big ship, the World Beauty,
it owned by the New York Tank Tankers
ers Tankers Corporation and flies the Libe Liberia
ria Liberia n flag. It has a German crew.
; t The World Beauty Is 738 feet
lone and has a beam of 102 feet.
She was built by the Bethelehem
Steel Corporation in vumcy, aiass.
When fully loaded, she has a draft
ka about 38 feet. She has been in
service between tne fern an uuu
land the west coast of the United
States. ..... : .
The trip to spam ror aryoocKing
wii necessary as mis was me
lonly drydock. sufficiently large
h-hlcn is presently avauaoie.
Two senior canal pilots nanai nanai-kn
kn nanai-kn the shio on her trip through
the waterway were Captains Rob
ot ieania and Beat Xhomas,
American physical education instructor Irving Mar-"
tin Lipstein, variously described as being from Brooklyn,
or Mexico City, or dead, Was today again mentioned; as
a possible assassin or President Jose Kemon. r?,:
Lipstein was oassina through Panama on Jan. 2, 1955.
the da of Remon's machinegun death, and was picked
up by the authorities and grilled. His principal alibi, sup
parted bv Americans and others who had seen him sighf-T
seeing in the Zone, was that he spent the afternoon and.
early evening looking at the Canal. He was released oft
orders of Alejandro Remon, the slain president's brother,
who was then. Minister of Government and Justice. V
Guillermo Marquez Bnceno, counsel for defendant
Rodolfo St. Malo, told the jury today that Lipstein would
have not had to ao to Miraf lores Bridge to know the
Thames of vessels he claimed
their times of transit. He could have found them out, said
Marquez Briceno, from a blackboard in the Balboer Port
Captain t office. ..-;. .r. f ;
HLipstein to W Ms Inf errogat m that on Jan, 2, 1955,
hi had watched a German and an America ship pass
thrau$lr-Miraflores locks at
iv-y, liP :STJ.
- Marquez Briceno also east
doubts on Lipstein 's story that
he had nitrate on his hands be because
cause because he had travelled on a boat
loaded with nitrate to La Gualra,
Venezuela and had not washed
his hands up to the time he was
questioned and submitted to a
paraffin test lour aays later ui
The defense lawyer said it was
hard to believe that Lipstein,
who arrived at Tocumen on Jan.
2. 1955, and was arrested two
days .later, had not washed his
bands all that time.
Furthermore, according to Lip Lip-stein's
stein's Lip-stein's statements he did not go
Into the hold of the ship, where
the nitrate was below a cargo of
sugar and rice, and could not
have gotten it on his hands un unless
less unless he had handled it.
He said the only thing the
files of the case proves Is that
there was "criminal interest in
depriving President Jose Ra-
mon Guizado of the Presiden Presidency.
cy. Presidency. Gulzado was tried and
convicted by the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly In February, 1955, for
complicity in thessassination.
During the entire morning
session, during which Marquez
Briceno spoke, he failed to men mention
tion mention the name of Ruben O. Ml-
ro, the principal defendant who
Is specifically charged with pull pulling
ing pulling the trigger of the machine machine-gun
gun machine-gun which killed President Re Remon.
mon. Remon. 'He accused the court ana tne
?rosecution of harboring a
terrible panic" over the pos possibility
sibility possibility of questioning a ser sergeant
geant sergeant of the National Guard
regarding the death of Albrook
lifeguard Danilo Sousa.
Marauez Briceno emphatically
tated that there was testimony
to the effect that Sousa was seen
alive after the assassination and
declared that his death was the
easiest of the crimes to establish
but that the Investigators were
not brave enough to look into,
The defense counsel, who
served as Guixado's spokesman
daring the letter's trial by the
Assembly, warned the Jury not
to aUow themselves to be cow cowed
ed cowed by the gang of "delinquent
a&d evil politicians' who show
at the trial every day and
who don't have all the power
they need quite yet within
t-He said the eight Jurors repre
sented the will of more than
800,000 Panamanians and that
the fata of the entire republic
rests in their hands.
He admonished them to una
the defendants guilty if -they
were absolutely sure of their
nut, but to absolve tnem ir tney
had Uis slightest doubt In their
He als urged tne jurors to
act according- ta the dictates ;
I their awa eon science be
feaose the eyes f "21 republics
re spo yea."
- Desert tain the files ef the ease
compiled by the prosecution as
s monstrous creature,- Marques
Bricefio pointed out that no to
pogjaphU map had been maae
U U U o
to see that afternoon, and
T:W jp,my-jtibe(-tke .tirnf
of the scene of the trim r and
that Instead only photograph!
were brought into court by the
prosecution. He added:
1. The investigators should
have tried to find out who were
the two men seen by Joaquin
Borrell, one of the men Injured v
at the now-demolished Juan,,
Franco racetrack on the night
of the assassination, in a station
wagon outside the clubhouse
after the shooting. 4
2. The clothes of all tha men
killed and Injured that night
should have been brought Into
court during the trial. He point
ed out that only the clothes
worn by the late President were :
displayed In court.
3. According to the ftietV
three autopsies were perform
ed by the coroner In It min minutes.
utes. minutes. Marques Briceno empha
sled that this was physically
impossible. 1 i?
4 The authorities should
have Investigated who had been
setting off firecrackers illegally
prior to the assassination,1. The ;
defense lawyer speculated that'
the firecrackers,, which are ban-
ned in Panama, may have been
set off by the men who shot
do'wn the President in order-to) :
get the victims accustomed ? to
the sound so they would not be ;
able to differentiate between It
and machinegun fire.
"Referring to Lipstein, Mar-
quez Briceno said the physical
education instructor should not
have been released when he was
but should have been held as all h
the Panamanians who had been
arrested until all his statements
had been checked and double
He said Lipstein's whole sto story
ry story was suspicious, but he was
not given the truth drug pen pen-totbal
totbal pen-totbal or submitted to a lie de-v
tector test like the rest of per-
sons who were seriously impli-
cated In the ease. t
Marquez Bricefto said Lip-
stein must have been "a most 1
ungrateful son" when accord according
ing according to his own testimony he had
not seen his father, who lives
in New York, for ten years, yet
he testified that he worked ia"
New York during 1953. f
He added that Lipstein said -he
onlv worked for a few threat
or four months each year for
several years, yet he had money
to travel back and forth between
Mexico and the U-S. .. v
" .... --''
The lawyer said Lipstein tesil-
fled that the burr h- had on.
hlc coat got on It while he was
sitting as he watcnea a oaseoau
game However, nobody asked
him to describe the place where -the
game took place or when.
Mi roues Briceno described
the trial of the seven defend-
ants as the second chapter of
that 'black work" which began
on Jan. 14. 1954. when Guirado
was arrested and impeached by
the National Assembly, and ha
promised to trch)ee evidence
iat the vrrt tim to rve that
u. wr.o.e tr.ir.g is a larce.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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LoHsrt are received gratefully and ara handled in a wholly confidant!!
If roa contribute a letter don't ba Impatient if doatn't appear the
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J Please try to keep tha laftar limited to one pflo length,
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Thi nawtpapar uiumci no responsibility for statements or opinion
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THE MAIL BOX
; COVERING UP
J In view of some Canal Zone criticism of the current trial,
arising from the events which included the death of an Albrook
lifeguard on that infamous January night, let me refresh some
A security pertonage who frequented Kelly's bar wartime
I or contacts witn young men m uuuunu, uu jmu mu a
manlan with an automobile one daybreak on Diablo Heights
Rfaad near the Balboa lumber shed. Our law enforcers co-operated
In getting him an early sendoff from the Isthmus.
T The present mystery of the lifeguard dying from a .38 bul bullet
let bullet In his shoulder because he could not digest the .45s In his
tbmach brings back a picture of the student strike when one
student was crippled by an officer.
?Jt seems no country has any monopoly on covering up for
officials who cause deaths.
""trust who do All these people think they represent when they
asj"most of the people don't like sports' "don't like class class-i
i class-i rotfti subjects" "don't like the locally-produced programs"
-hoara on CFN? Have they made a survey? If so, of what group
- ofltfeople? It seems to me a great number of our Armed Forces
r'evltally Interested in sports of all kinds, as well as a large
i percentage of civilians. Otherwise they certainly wouldn't take
Upo much space In the newspapers or on commercial stations
In Vie states.
jBomeone wrote in mis column recenuy wiai ne naa cauea
CFH and was tojd that they didn't have Disneyland because it
i dldUt come in the shipment. I also called CFN, and talked witn
the-officer in charge and got the same Information, but was a
heffer listener tierhans.
J Sure It didn't conje in the shipment, but it isn't a case of
their "ordering; what they want" they take whatever films
thtSArmed Forces TV service sends them. These are donated to
the AFTV stations only alter they nave maoe me rounas oi ev ev-ory
ory ev-ory commercial station from New York to Podunk in the States
v' that'U paying foi the service then they're started on the Arm Armed
ed Armed Forces circuit,
j It's easy for me to sec why they are very old when they get
here and also split or mixed up. As for me, I'm just thankful
tothe commercial firms that are generous enough to donate
' tfi-ones that they do,
' Sure, there-are a lot of programs I don't like but have you
.eViBr live In a one channel town before? I have, and I can
' truthfully say I watch the TV programs here a heck of a lot
rjfdr than"! eve; did in Medford. Oregon.
n i Pj! agree also, some of the boys have a hard time pronouncing
rrvi-riTiH homes: However 1 realize thev aren't Professionals.
.1 algd einMnbc that tbe 4rst time Jam Irantfaa6 : ?ti4 out
new boys a chance to gain some txpemti MHtt i ttmn mak-d
- Ing fun or.tnm ana condemning inem. ueruuniy in any owire
: job they'd be given mat mucn courtesy.
( Tor my money, CFN is doing a great Job. For those of you
1 thatntan't seem to find anything but fault with them, why not
" exercise a little strength and turn the set off they'll never miss
By VICTOR RIESIL
this follow VV. Shakospaare
wore writing his ; script today,
he'd hove done well to shin
from the Lido in Venice tea
spot some 13 mile above Palm
Boach, Fla when ho pined
that poor men' cottages, be
thoy hold by honest men. were
The old boy could have stop
ped one mile south of Jupiter
Lighthouse and seen some work-
wemen's cottages, complete witn
swimming pools, fully-equipped
workshops, free gas, electric light
and water all supplied for $50 a
month by leaders of trie uphol
sterers international Union who
have the quixotic notion that mo
ney is better spent for their mem
bers than accumulated.
This village, called Salhaven,
rests on 630 acres of what once
was a jungle of wild mango trees.
Today It is a "village" of modern
cottages, built in residential couts
of a dozen homes, each around a
swimming pool, all surrounding a
"citv hall." and a 500-seat audi
torium for indoor and outdoor-
It is all fully protected against
the nvil of man, nature and
disease. There Is a security guard
a nursing and convalescent
home, two up-to-the minute
pieces of mobile fire-fighting
equipmmt end the wort mo-dornly-equipeed
union's money could buy.
There are now IT finished homes
awaitine their first families in the
next two weeks. There will be 240
homes soon. Small homes, with
one bedroom, rent for $50 a month.
Larger ones, with two or three
hedrooms. cost each family an
other $12.50 monthly per bedroom.
This is a retirement village mil
not. an old-aBe home. This is not
the end of the road. It is the be-
e innina. That's now it was iirst
conceived by Sal Hoffman, presi president
dent president of the Upholsterers Inter International
national International Union. That's how it
will he for the 50.000 out of 60,-
000 of his followers who are eli
WASHINGTON It may be hardilash stand out from the-' lid a
to beiieve, but the administration co those of American girsl. instead
do those of American girls, instead
Walter Winchell In New York
- PANAMA'S MILK
V "H Customer" (Mail Box, Nov. 8) is somewhat misinformed
. and xonf used about the milk Industry in Panama. His associate
"Cottfeee Cheeser (Mail box. nov. 12) iurtner coniuses the dud
tlo fftth further misinformation and unwarranted attacks wlth-
out the full facts.
Panama is blessed by the fact mat Sanitation and Public
Health has been most actively sought and practiced to secure But for a tiny citv to which
Dure food acceptable and passed by inspection of U.S. govern
ment agencies purchasing the produce of Panama, long before
the treaty. The Republic of Panama has enacted legislation
Similar to the U.S. Public Health Code, mentioned by "Custom "Customer'
er' "Customer' who apparently has not read it. We quote:
t "Milk Is hereby defined to be the lacteal secretion, prac prac-'
' prac-' tically free from colostrum, obtained by the complete milk milking
ing milking of one or more fiealthy cows, which contains not less
than 8 Pr cent (Eight and one quarter per cent) milk
aocMs-not-fat and not less than ZV per cent (Three and on?,
quarter pet cent) mllkfat.'-
.-The Canal Zone Health Bureau and the Health Depart Department
ment Department of theRepublic ci Panama have adopted this ordl ordl-,lfance,
,lfance, ordl-,lfance, ana they check the results closely,
i "Cuetomer" could not separate the cream from the milk be-,-aue;
he probably bought "homogenized" milk a U.S. process
Whlcn separates and oifuses the butter fat content through the
-milk and which VS. Kctentists have proven to be more palatable
v and easiest to digest and assimilate. .j
II he wished to get cream on the ton of the bottle we sug-
test he ask his milk supplier to sell him "pasteurized" milk
v t, service we still turnish our customers.
& "A .rastomer's'' reference t.n the 30 Der cent. hnt.t.erfat rnn.
' tent in rat'k is ridiculous as the only known dairy product of
aucn nign content is v tupping cream.
' More absurd is the unfounded accusation of "adding animal
fat to milk." As anyone in the tropics knows the high temper temper-i
i temper-i fature produce dehydrations which make milk produced In the
tropics one of a very nigh Dutteriat content.
i "Cottage Cheeser "will be happy to know that lard in Pana-
i ma cost more than cottage cheese, and thus we cannot afford
i to se it. What Happened in Mexico is of no concern to us and
l a wm hove fi:nto1 Q hdur Manama Ha.. Viotra .BnH.pn Mit.
, j-andrs are mosjdUlgent in maintaining the quality of our dairy
! '.f- Privately-ruri-bosinesses the world over usuallv are more
i nefficient and economical than government operations, and me
i development of the oairy industry in Panama (an investment
of over $15,000,000) during the last decade, practising high
aanitary inspection, may be the Reason for the consideration by
; i High V. ofiiciuls of pwslbly closing Mlndi Dairy In the Zone
ney snow wnai tney ere comg.
Indastrias Lacteaa, SA.
(Blue Star ProducU)
Back in 1953 when he won per permission
mission permission from his union convention
for the project, Hoffman was one
of the first labor men who saw
the danger of heavy accumula accumulation
tion accumulation of unused union funds. Even
before that, back in 1949, he had
written to the AFL Executive Co
uncil and urged them 'to set' up
special protection lor pension ana
welfare funds. Hoffman received
no answer from thu late William
Green, then AFL president, i i
AM a few vears later, when the
JhMme accumulated on the funds.,
j -j.J 11.. 1 ..iliM
HOIiman ueciaea ine mracj uu$n
to go to the people to whom it
helnneed the membership. But
first he went down to Washington
from his national headquarters
in Philadelphia. He saw the Attorney-General.
He also confer
red with the Secretary of Labor.
Convinced his move was legal,
Hoffman and an aide. Art Mc
Dowell, went south. They found
this tangled land "in the wilder
ness" and they bought it for $200
to S300 an acre. Today the land
would bring upward of $1,000 an
Thoy tigan clearing K but
not for any real estate promo
tion. Not for any sale of lots.
NIW YORK HEARTBEAT yer are dancing cheelc-to-eheek In
could come members elf the u-
nion who wanted to retire to
live in warmer dim.
The union would build the com community.
munity. community. It would set up a "pass-
intr hoard." It would CO to the
employers in the industry who
contributed to the pension am
welfare funds and ask them to
cooDerate and helo manage Sal
haven. All this developed as plan
The families were ready to move
six months szo. But ltchtining hit
the power plant and. Hoffman and
Hoffman and his colleagues re a
lized they needed emergency ge
nerators. They delayed six montns
to install the supplementary pow power
er power stations just as they had put
in equipment to handle all other
needs of the incoming fsmuies,
There are doctors, nurses, re
creation directors and the form
er production chief of the Sim
mons Mattress Co. Plant in Eli Elizabeth,
zabeth, Elizabeth, N.J. His job is to run the
workshops. This all important.
For should sn upholsterer want
to earn a living doing odd jobs
or develop regular trade, or de
sign furniture, he could do it in
business or his whims.
The union-owned village work
shops to which he could take his
business or his whims.
Such trade might not be long in
coming. For just five miles dis
tant, Pratt and Whitney is build
mg a $60,000,000 engine plant. It
has set up small communities for
it executives and their staffs.
Soon thousands of workers will be
hired. They will be eble to drive
over in a few minutes to Salhaven,
just a mile and a half from
Florida's east coast op the Inter-
They will see what can be done
when a union leader believes
that a union should be dedicated
to an ideal instead of itchy fin fin-f"s.
CAIRO (UP) Workmen clear clearing
ing clearing the western desert flf miri-
fleldi dating from WOTia war u
have accidentally diseoyered a
tomb of the Helleme era contain containing
ing containing ancient statues and coffins. It
was reported today. The newspa
per Al Hissaxsaid Uie workmer
were digging between the famed
Alamein battlefield and the. village
of Elihammin west of Alexandria
Celebs About Town: Ethel Mer
man, tne JUig Apple s lop aana-
iia. .Nancy Kelly on W. 58tn ex
cited about her next play by Al-
dous Nexley. .The Wm. Gargans
back from 7 months in Yurrop,
where they starved for any Ame-r
lean scene. .Wayne Morris dasn
ing out of the St.' Moritz in a hur-
for the Cave Dwellers' stage
door. .The Ralph Bellamys in
the St. Regis foyer. He will por
tray FDR in Dore Scary s new
play. "The first script I've read
in 7 years that I wanted to do!"
. .Myrna Loy in Rumpelmayer s
. .Diana Dors at Sardi's incosni-
to in a high-neck frock. . .Mar
tha Rave orexentine a white nr.
cma -corg' to pianoiaoie voro-
tny uonegan at the Embers. .
One of the last of the Mdivanis
(Mrs. Arthur Conan DOyle) mak making
ing making a spectacular entrance at the
Colony In an Austrian Dirndl. -.
Jackie Robinson, former Dodgers
star (now a coffee exec), trying
tennis to reduce his ballooning.
Sallies In Our Alloy i A much much-married
married much-married producer strolled into
Delmonico's for Sunday brunch
vith a stunning young blonde. .
'Whodatp" inquired a busybody.
"The ingenue in his new show?"
. . No," meow d an actress, "in
his new penthouse". .Overheard
at Romeo Salta's: "I suppose
we'll have to cbanee the old lav
ing to LAtt want took Crosby.'
vignette: wmie 18th Precinct
sleuths were questioning inti intimates
mates intimates of the late Mr. Anastasia
(of Murder Inc.) reporters and
photogs reminisced in the corri
dor. One reminded us of the time
a gang tycoon fibbed before a
grand jury. He came out giggling
. ."What's the most you can get
for perjury?" he was asked. .
"In this State," he shrugged,
Memos of a Midnlgntor: The
El Morocco crowd say the social
Dick Nesbitts (Alice Cahagan)
Rahov.ation case will be a lulu.
..Jen Hall and socialite Call Hill-
trie swank spots. ."Damn Yan
kees" chorine Wendy Sutton weds
Air Force Capt. Peter Houston in
Dalits next month. Her 3rd. His
1st. .Billy Daniels as almost
as many lawyers (for the (hoot (hooting
ing (hooting trial) a Bobo Rockefeller had
. .. .Friend of drama-tutor Stella
Adler end Harold Ciurman are
in ta r over the buitup. He's at
the Chatham. .In many ad agon
cles the football pool ha been
replaced by a raw jackpot:
Asian Flu pools. The first
stricken wins the loot. . Dick
Burwall, ABC news QTER (by
way of Harvard and Oxford) and
locit lit Letitia Peerre wed in
Baltiaiere Sal. Mexican h e no y y-moon,
moon, y-moon, ..Alfredite, the v maestro,,
and danaer Nadine are seesawing,,
She. can't see what she .saw in.
Show Business Novelette: Desi
Arnaz and Lucille Ball signed to
do their hilarious TV series about
six years ago. .Their joint sala
ry was $5,000 per week plus 50
per cent of tne turns. . .snoruy
after they signtured the contract,
CBS phoned and said: "The spon
sor wants to know when you both tr of London,
are coming to new iorr
We have no intention of coming
there," said Desi. "We live In
Beverly Hills". ."But," counter
ed the network exec, "that will
mean an extra $5,000 a week
we thought the show would origi originate
nate originate i New York". ."No deal,"
said Desi, better known then as
The Crazy Cuban. .The sponsor
and network agreed to put up
$2,000 leach, no more. ."You will
have to take a $1,000 cut," said
the network man. ,"On one con condition,
dition, condition, said Desi, "That we own
100 per cent of the show". .They
gave in. .Five years later, "I
Love Lucy" was Sold to the net network
work network tor five million dollars. . .1
On a capital sains deal. .Mak
ine The Crazy Cuban and his
has been so complacent about So
viet scienunc progress mat u nas
not ooinered to translate tne
Russian technological documents
mat enter t tnis countryj except
.a w wi-ana-miss irsnsxa
tions.. -: v.-.?
Truckloadi 0f scientific papers
and reports, containing clues to
Ono.in'. w : t- .
uitiuffvii, arespueo up
in. me, uorary oi congress, "un-
sunea ana untranslated.
Our technologists are convlne
ed they could learn mere Soviet
secrets by roadine those
pers than all the reports of the
costly Central Intelligence A A-aencv.
It would cost an estimated $1.5
million to translate- and cata catalogue
logue catalogue 80 per, cent of the most
important reports a mere frac fraction
tion fraction of the CIA budget. ,Yet these
?"PeT8re inwn to contain vi
tal UUTOmaUOn On SUCh, Soviet
programs as missile and satellite
The administration has had
the smug attitude that our sci scientists
entists scientists are so superior we must
protect our technological so so-crets.
crets. so-crets. We needn't bother iev
learn Russian secrets.' i
American acientifio' 'rfoias iun.
that visit behind the Iron. Cur-
t ji vw atern nyarning not
w uiautuse iccnmcai inTormarim
of a security nature. Government
agents also given management a
careiul briefing on what not to
y oeiore communist delegations
are escorted thrnnsh i..;...
Yet the administration has all
but ienored Ritalin .k.i..i
. wvuuitii III"
iormation reaphinv thu Aniinf
If this informaUpn were proper properly
ly properly catalogued by subject matter,
t would not only help our scien
! viMiheir mear but would
enable them to- evaluate the level
nt selntlflcj; development.
i, urBtechnolot!ls J!1V found
that Russian pienT. t.
their; findinea with SiT
.ttra"1- Pf ; which leu
"Ruby. Ruby," is his initial click.
. .Paul McNamara says you can
call in your own repairman if
your pay-TV set needs help. The
telemeter attachment has nothing
to do Vith the operation. .Hen .Henry
ry .Henry Okun, 30 years in Tune Pan
Alley, is writing a book on the
song biz titled: "Greats and In In-grates".
grates". In-grates". .Tip to the Ladies:
Your stummy expands about half-IJatinf Biit thl u trsns-
Because oflfjchnical inte. h-"V" ussim
nat Jj?00,,."" fonsidered import important.
ant. important. Of these.-80 journals con con-tain
tain con-tain most Of ; Russia-? research.
from th rELTTr Pies
A" : uo some trans.
of growing straisht un and
ing in lines ( two blocks long faj
ii uu :h uocwrs onices, waiting'
to have their eyeUds operated on,'
Cotton observed. "It cost $13.50.r
When they go to all that trouble
to imitate Western -woman t
not believe Japan will rush sud sud-dentlyvinte
dentlyvinte sud-dentlyvinte the arms of Red CmV
Note Asked f about the. Aslatle
reaction to Snntniir ; ctt T,
pUed: "Nobody seemed .too muck
mierestea in sputnik, but ; they
were interested In Little Rock, Ar Arkansas,
kansas, Arkansas, In a part of the world
where half a billion people are
acutely aware of the
little Rock was tie worst defeat
wo n.ve .uuerea in many years.
; : ViTIRINARIAN
Congressman Carl vinutn v
Millerlffeuilla n. utZ,
ent Chairman of the Hnn
fd Services Committee, Is a great
battler for horses, airplanes car
riers, and veterinarians; ;
-'-'Jc ;; ? iWMf '''
jJIev saved the jurplani vcarriar
when the air enthmlaata
bout to sink tt He saved ? the
Army's funeral horses when eco
nomizing Charlie Wilson was a-
DOUt to reolace them with
motive hearses. And, now the Con Congressman
gressman Congressman front Georgia is trying
to save Army veterinarians.
wnai most people don't know is
that military veterinarians do a
lot of things besides tairins-
of animals, of which the Army
toaay nas only a few i
an-inch when you fly
nervous tension and vibration.
Don't wear a girdle. Men should
loosen belts one notch. .Lena
Home's Big show-stopper in "Ja "Jamaica"
maica" "Jamaica" (according to Boston read readers)
ers) readers) is her "Ain't It The Truth"
number. .Nancy Walker's boffoo-
nery in "Copper, and Brass is a
i gasser. j 'ixwo Eastside soots
jvere snutrerea "lor violations. One
over Gels.- Another for Gambling.
wasr or tnaraeters: Chuck Rule
in Ethel Merman's "Happy Hunt
ing cast spends his non-matinee
days soiling millinery in a 54th
Street salon. .Carmen Capslbo,
director of saroy an' new play
"Cave Dwellers," got $50 per 4
years ago at CBS reading TV
scripts. .Handsome British war
tero Donald Cray in town to pro-
note his now NBC series, "Sa-
waa banned hv
dBC (London) for beino "too
sexy". .Nick Saunders, a stand standby
by standby In the show "Look Back In
Anger," is chief of production
for Radio Liberation's Russian
Langu, g Dept. .Stan Radulovie.
owner-dosigner of Gatsby's pub, is
a Fulbright scholar in oaintina.
Keeps a studio in the re r of his
saloon. .Libbv Alderman, a Lin.
dy's hatchick, drives to work in
an Me, dwells in a penthouse
ana nas two college degrees,
Broadway Chop Suoy: Cy Crane,
garment center soda fizzician,
wrote 54 songs at nights. His 55th,
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortgage
or other securities.
25c. 50c 51.00 and S5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks
Individual safety deposit boxes, for ewsiry and
documents, in 4 different size.
OFFICE IN PANAMA
let Central Ave. at
eeraer ef T Street
Q. A. De ROUX,
Front St. at earner
ef 7tk SI
CAR10S MOUYNES V
GERMANS ENROUTE TO U.S.
BONN, Germany (UP) The
crew for the new German navy's
first destroyer is en route to the
United States to take over the
U.S.S. Anthony,, it was announced
today. The jhip, loaned to the
Bundesmarine by the U.S. Navy,
will joint the German fleet in Jan
uary after a shakedown cruise of
several weeks from its present
home port of Charleston, S.C.
TM1 ONB SH
bchnical intellig encV is neveVT 3
ry American experts.
f aid it ""''" thla
fic d?Cum,J,Udy,Sov,t lntl lntl-tte
tte lntl-tte TEES1" mT w as
tne graatast scandal ef the CI.
including some coM.li- u'
inform.7, -,rr5. ev""w this
spp rVia-fi m m woinological
NorrI rntfo- it.. t"
lawyer who reorevi,.?.nP,n
hire in the U.S. snaf- u." p
In Japan recently he and othor
Senators were UiIiiS?-
danrD0fg,aT5 Mc ""the
danger of- Japan's drifting into
S CottniRed Chin- Natu?.l Natu?.l-iy,
iy, Natu?.l-iy, cotton gave weiuht v
words of the nephew of the man
who nce ruled Japan asTead of
for himself. "u.ervmg
He noted that in every, atore
window which displayed clothes
was a blonde, western model, not
a dark oriental type
He also noted that Japanese
women were having ihir v.iirf.l
operated on to remove the slant slant-eye
eye slant-eye effect and give their eys the
appearance of Western
This is done by a relatively easy
They do research- en -hami
and bacteriological warfare, pro protect
tect protect rthe-ArirtyV.'foodwppfier.a.
tie against animal ani.iemix th.t
?iMt snimal epidemisc-that
could infect our troops. They also
inspect meat for Army mess halls.
Despite this, the Army, hard hard-pressed
pressed hard-pressed to economize, has Wn
trying to whittle down the size
of its veterinarian corps.,"
Vinson Hat wind nf thla fnat
before Congress adjourned in 1956
and wrote to then Serretarv nf
Defense Wilson, pointing our that
section 202C5 of the National Se Security
curity Security Act required Wilson (to
report to the Congressional "Arm "Armed
ed "Armed Services Committees before
shifting any ; military functions.
Vinson also cautioned Wilson not
to act while Cnnsrass waa
Xor its' summer recess. v
t Wilson -dirln't ntn. ITlHinaU
tetter which Is the' best way in
u' worm 10 sur up ine dander
of, a powerful Georsia lesrialatnr.
Instead, Vinson got a letter,
months later', from Brio-. Ten r
J. Houck nremisine in wlthhnM
action until Coneress -returned in
During eight months of tha
Ist session of Congress, however,
Vinson heard not a word from
Wilson about the Armv's nlan in
pare down the veterinarian corps.
In August, -when Congress again
closed up for the summer, Vinson
returned to Georgia.; !. : ;
Wilson waited until rvt 1 iam
just one week before ha
ed to leave the Defense Depart-
uiem una reiura 10 private life.
Then h quietly signed an order
snuung me vetarinanan corps'
meat-inspection -work Over td
me iepanmeni oi Agriculture.
Vinson's committee counsel. Rnh
Smart, knew what the rea'tinn
would be down in Milledvevill.
Ga., and asked the Army to defer .?
action. Wilson flatly refused.
Vinson Is now burning the lines
between Washington and Milled.
ville. He has notified the new De-
fense Secretary, Neil McElroyf that
Wilson ignored the Will of Con- :
cress and has requested that Mc Mc-Elrpy
Elrpy Mc-Elrpy reverse him, Vinson has also
promised a full-dress Congres-
sional investigation of what the
operaUon which makes the eye-'Army is doint to veterinarians.
Answer to Previous Puiihr
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12 Term used in
19 Oriental coin
21 On the ocean
22 Lock of bais
25 You can see
flowers on a
walk in tl
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elm m TC
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I i iff f TJX sfx
discriminating 27 Russian river with S
11 Has product
17 Circle pert
21 Romanian boutonaier
coin 44 Chair
33 Amperes (ab ) 43 Elapsed
34 Lariats -4 Turkish title r
JS wort 41 Oriental name
; 3 Most flowers SO Mariner's
. need the direction J
33 Eurasian S3 Craft .
37 Grants oee
41 Flesh food
45 Term used
by golf an r
4 Collection of
4S SmaH cord
31 Most rational
34 Volcano ia
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SATTRDATS: freen I N a.m. te !$:
when they found vthe tomb in s
cavernous pit Etomi said toe
: 17 Salver
nnd wa of "the Mdet archaeo archaeological
logical archaeological importance.'
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ttlE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT. DAILY NEWSPAPER
UTURDAT, TfOVEMBEIt 1, Wt
I t :;) I I : .-.
. r y At' r I I I a r
Uinlng a aisabllng injury. The awaros oeing frtjur aie ceremony took place In front of the Area Sanitation Office tothe presence of other Division of Sanitation employes
, . -. i ...
' r .''.I- r.' nmn nf Sanitation, is shown recelvlnir a safety certificate and a gold key attesting to his completion of 30 years of service witho
RAYMOND Col. Charles O. Bruce, Health Director. At the same time lour s
iustainmg a tuHui"8
Who had completed JO years without
Takej.Over As Sole
' v )
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KETTED A strong gust of wind wraps th bridal wii around
Mtadepc Chris Forbes Adam. .ftcr- h,s -wedding to, Ann
J Wrdrown at Si Paul's Churth in London, England, But
7 SrtobSl Adams doesn't seem to interpret it as a bad omen
JffiffiA friends helpset up nuptial photographs.
comiifig or going, i .-
The'reV nothing newer in the worldi
Cop Force In Texas
ATHFNS. Tex., fUP) Miss
Jessie Nell Sweeten, described by
her friendsa s a girl who can lane
care of herself, joined the Athens
police, department today and
promptly became ris sole repre representative,
Miss Sweeten, a 23-year-old, 5-foot-10
sheriff's daughter who
rides in rodees v for fun, said
Mayor A, R. Cox planned to have
a policeman on duty sooi today
and possibly as many as two by
,iWhenne caraa onfihe ob,Ue
ihr innlieathen on theforc quit
and. the .r police department lost
the use of the snerm s -ratuo ana
the- county Jail It has neither: of
ita miu. ...
'However, Mayor Cox said this
wouldn't htake much difference,
He said the police seldom put any anybody
body anybody in jail anyway. i
Miss Sweeten, attractive and
said, to be a fine shot, will ride
in a patrol car, direct traffic,
''look after kids affemything else
that comes up," Mayor Cox sard
Her father. Jess Sweeten, was
Henderson County sheriff r 20
years, and that's where the towns townspeople
people townspeople say the trouble is.
When 1 Sheriff .3. Wv firownlo
beat Sweeten in an election three
vears aeo. he came down to claim
his office. The two engaged in a
free-swinging brawl and have been
pitter ever since.
When Cox announced he was
hiring Miss Sweeten, the sheriff's
department immediately said the
city iwould rose its use of me
county radio and isil if it did.
The three- policemen, including
Chief Joe McGee, also announced
they! would resign if Miss Sweeten
was hired. And they did.
TOWER OF POWER
' 1 Tht Iwm W'li founded on faith is l.k the
- house Wit o rock rmvJcM.
Strengthen ond'rene your fo.th by re9u1ar
' worship in God's Holy House
. y:3OSUN0AV SCHOOL (Classes for all ages) ?
"Come with the family "where the Bible Is taught ahr J
. "discussed In classes designed to help' you.. God's Word;
r stands Whenvmenx wisdom ta&A Know ;-your' .Bible;
; COME."'' ....-. ".. - -c -. :
ilrOO-WTIAT IS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
J ChrlstlaB fellowship is expressed in I John by 3 'treats
Word u UQHT, RIGHTEOUSNESS, and LOVE.- Mern-f
" hers why not atop Tight nowrall that wjchurched fam-,
: Uy? Invite them to come to church with, you. it will do
- both of you good to be in church."' ? : ;
'13 of the youth -of -USA. drink, right this evlj through
Christ-?'? i-'.-.ii i;I-sr.-':
7 rOQ'GIYING BEYOND THE TITHE'
?n basis of all giving is love.-'How muchj should I rive ? ;
- after the tlther Is tha Bible- standard onfairr "Why -'men's
methods of giving faU?A iChaUenge to, prove s
God'a promises." : -- .. - -- --
: vttdccdv,- i rmrvru v tpnDiuji iV i
MEXICO CITY, Nov. 1 (UPK
A magistrate's court ruled today
that the collapse of a wall here
Was the fault of the man who built
it and Sot of the tipsy passerby
who knocked k down.
Gerardo Rivera Vasquez told the
iudge that the .wall of Cefenno
Espinoss's house collapsed at. a
touch- when he leaned -against It
last night to rest on the way home
frnm his favorite bar. .,
The court dismissed charges of
"damage to property'-which had
been filed against Jtiversi irqllng
that the waU would not nave lauen
if it had been, i constructed
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TRAVEL STUDY .TO .BE. MADE
WASHINGTON (UPK-- The
White House announced yesterday
it' has directed, the Depart Depart-ments
ments Depart-ments of State and Commerce to
conduct a study of .barriers ioin-
ternauonai' travel, i t-iarence ;- n.
Randall." special assistant to the
President, will conduct the study.
Hans Haupt Back
Home In Germany
FRANKFURT. Germany. Nov
16 (UP)--Hans Haupt, lailed as a
traitor for sheltering his saboteur
son in the United Stales during
World War II, returned home to
Germany broke and alone today.
Haupt, 63, said he would live in
West Berlin or m West Germany.
depending on where he could find
No friends or relatives rtet Turn
at the" Frankfurt Airport on the
flight from the United States.
President Eisenhower commuted
his life sentence Oct. 31 on condi condition
tion condition that Haupt return to Ger-
ACCRA, Ghana fUP) .Interior
Minister Krobe Edusei sii today
that1 trortTnow oncabmrt minis1!
tert- 'would he 'armed witff'Tevolv witff'Tevolv-ers."
ers." witff'Tevolv-ers." His' 'announcement cam in
the face, of outspoken anti-govern
ment sentiment tnrougnout tms
young republic, ...
treason for sheltering his son,
Herbert, 22, when the Son sneaked
into the United States in 1942
aboard a Nazi submarine on a
The son stayed at Haupt home
in Chicago. Federal agents seized
the saboteur and he was convicted
NEW BUILDING OPENED
LONDON (UP) -Queen Mother
Elizabeth opened the new $14,400
000 Lloyds of London building
Thursday night nd praised "the
instinct for the sea" of the men
who built the great underwriting
firm. The five-story building in the
heart of London's financial distrrct
took six years to complete.
Thara'i an air of friend friend-Until
Until friend-Until her that make
' yew feel at heme ihe
mement yew ilep lrt-lh
(Next To Admin. BnUdlnf) ; t.
WILLIAM H. BEEBY
Ridlo' Servlrc HOXO 1U Kt. ''
W Preach Chrlt -CrncUUd
- aiica Cmnlnf 4l
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes (or all'ages)
Many children drop out of S. S. and Church during
high school days why? Usually -because of the
bad example of parents who have no place for the v
chafch God In their lives. With 4 large adult
classes with trained teachers we Invite you to come
. with your children be an example, not a hindrance
to them. i
8:20 TWO MORNING SERVICES 10:40
"THE EXEMPTIONS OF GOD"
There are some things you have that God says you
have no right to bwn as your own.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION 1 r
7:30-"WILL RUSSIA CONTINUE
TO SUCCEED TO LEAD NATIONS?' v
The Bible tells of the success of Russia In the end
EVERYONE WELCOME COMPLETE NURSERIES
Pray for Billy Graham Panama Crusade
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aavfrnor WFICOMES GROUP Governor William E.' rower -welcomes a uu?v"
KiSfeew of Xicaho were here last week lor c tnreMay Visit, Standing W the left
ffityl nnvernor is Knud P. Hansen, chairman of the Cruise Committee and to .vrifMf'-
irold fiStt president of the Telephone pioneers of America-chapter. Mrs. .Schmltt is
Seated at the table Telephone employes are eligible ,to becomfe Plonrs "er.21;
W..A e!r. JSt v f thA bpII svstem oneratin. companies or with Bell Telephone of
Ul SCI'V-VC WAW" aaj v-v ..- v, . 1 1'
There are 190,000 Pioneers at present
. r.ri avn MRS. 1,01'IS V. HIGHTOWER
qSTEDESPEDIDA FOR VOL. AND MRS. SEYMOUR
.. Mm f ni v. Hiehtower entertained in hon
ofijif Col. and Mrs. wil'let K. Seymour at their Quarry Heights;
The Seymours will bt leaving the Isthmus In the near luture.
throughout the after-
List Things That Show
How You Are Needed
THINK yoi need your husband I make things look less black than
more than ne-needs you? Don t sees them. 1
be too sure; These are all wcuca
tions that marriaKe is important
to htm, too: vi
He likes nothing better than a
quiet evening at home. .That
something a man without a wife
seldom gets. Hostesses in need Pi
an -extra man always seem to
take care of a Tone mans eve-
It he's proud of his home it's be because
cause because you've made it the kind of
home a man can he proua 01,
Don't think that's not important
He says, "Where in the worw
have you been?" if he c 0 m.e s
home to find you gone and has to
snend an hour alone. That means
that even though he may not put
out much conversation he likes
having you around.
He looks slum when sometning
is wrong until you make him tell
you what, he la worrying aDout
That means he knows you have
the ability to cheer him up and'
J1E has taught you to hunt or
fish or share some other hobby
that he enjoys. A v man doesn't
bother to try to get his wife in interested,
terested, interested, in his hobbies nnless he
enjoys teaching her and likes
spending his leisure time with her.
He willing Jto go with you
when, you buy furniture or equip equipment
ment equipment tor the house. A man doesn't
take that much interest in h i s
home unless it is important to
him. ; ., -:lrry
He often ash, "R ticmber
when. ,,f Who else can remem-
oer me pa at wun mm oui me
woman who has shared it?
He calls you first when he has
good news. It is just an important
to have someone to snare gooa
fortune with as to have someone
to help carry the burden when the
going is rough. ?
CsCand Mrs. Eckle
01 Dinner Party
OfHand Mrs. William E. Eckles
entlXtained with a dinner party
at tkei Amador quarters last night
in ftphor of Col. and Mrs. Willet
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The Eckles, who are newcom-
ersWiere are o!d friends of
1tlirMjvliUW to bid
jr. oh':the "
Albrook -AFB Exchange
Radio & TV Repair
$ SJiop Concession
Jtnterested parties should
If call in person at the
:e x c h a n g e
Building Nr. 154
Party To Benefit
At Blaai' Heme
The First Secretary of the Brite
ish Embassy, Edward Biggs and
Mrs. Biggs are giving a party at
their home this evening, for", the
benefit of the British Aid Society.
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Paine
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Paine enter:
tained a group of twenty-five
friends at their home in Bella Vista
on Thursday evening. Mr,' v Harry
Dunn of Ancon was present, with
his beautiful slides .of orchids and
me varioui pans ui:.Tnm ju
each one lit
ment of those present.
Dr. and Mrs. Fetter
Back From Miami
Dr. and Mrs. Horace G. Foster
of Ancon have returned from Mia Miami,
mi, Miami, Fla. where they attended the
annual session of the American
At Hotel Washington
The Needlework Guild
Bridge-Tea today at the Hotel
Washington. Qards were played
from one until four o'clock at
! which time was served. All the
items collected by the Guild, were
A .C&yx, Fresh as all 7I
' ut'door8 ($Xgi.
I FINER RICHER PURER J J
Ft. Clayton-. 1
NCO Wives. r -Hold
v The f'Pt. I Claytbn. NCO Wives'
Club field their! regular monthly
morning Coffee Wednesday morn-
ing,in thefit. ;Uayton xmcu upen
Mess.-1-' .''v' ; ..
.Guests 'attending the Morning
Cotfee" Who were' welcomed to the
NCO WiveSl Club were Mrs. Cobb
and Mrs Jackson.
A beautiful gleaming new chrome
Cofiee Service and very attractive
floral decorated new coffee and
cake sets purchased by the NpO
Wives' Club for all their meet meetingswere
ingswere meetingswere new attractive additions
to the Coffee Table.
Mrs. Edith Burch, Program Di
rector, announced the Social Pro-
gram -this month wilL be a Card
or Gaine Night t6 be; held Tues-
nayjeyeningi z. wovand 3' 19
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they are round. Tirrrunnrn:"r -w;-"-4.v.m
on-orahldMleacrlbeoMr'T1" win oramaruys ow
fijLt?lT!Zr ? TI be held th Jrd esda rfthe
monthv but this month will be the
4th Tuesday evening of the month
M-Nov.26, due to prior. Club com
All members and, their guests
are cordially invited to attend this
meeting. All members are request
ed to wear their hew Name Tags
to all Club meeting now or pay
a small fine.
A NCO Wives' Bingo i committee
Was formed of members who vo volunteered
lunteered volunteered to assist in selling Bin-
:o iaras at intermission of the
X Clayton NCO Binao sames. as
fplloWs: Mrs. Joy Blond, Mrs. E E-dith
dith E-dith Burch, Mrs. Sue Hazell, Mn.
Ruth Hall, Mrs. Rosarie Bullock,
and Mrs. Hicks.
By Mrs.' Muriel Lawrence
Placina clean school socks ih
Bette's bureau drawer, her mother
saw a crumped paper bag stuf
fed back in Its far corner. In it
were a dozen" chocolate caramels,
She felt sudden strong dislike
for Bette. She thougth, "What a
sneaky child she is! Obviously
she's hidmgt his canny to keep
it secret from Sissy and Bobby
so that they won't want to share
it and she can keep if for her herself."
self." herself." This was precesely Bette's idea.
And a practical one it was. It in
variably occurs to people when a
breakdown of law and order
makes it impossible for their com
imunity to protect their private
property. Then to preven loot looters
ers looters from seizing their valuables,
they hide them, hot by stuffing
them in bureau drawers, but by
burying them in gardens, sinking
Khem in wells and stuffing them
By taking these steps io insure
their belongings- against maraud marauders
ers marauders they are. not ."sneaky" but
Resourceful. '.' ,- ?
Why hasn't Bette'i mot h e t
thought of this?. L'i 1 11
Well, Wn loV mm comfortable
Uo call Bette "sneaky" than to
LONDON (UP) The authori
tative medical journal Lancet said
today that televiewing could now
be included in the list of "hazard "hazardous
ous "hazardous occupations." The journal, or organ
gan organ of the British Medical Asso Association,
ciation, Association, warned TV viewers
against becoming too engrossed in
the programs and advised them to
get up and walk about at least
once every hour to preuent throm thrombosis
bosis thrombosis in the leg. It also said that
before sitting down to' a night,'
viewing, viewers should remove
girdles and other tight garments,
see her secretiveness as a response
to her home s disrespect for pri
vate property. We parents don't
always relish knowing that our
demand for "generosity from chil
dren is our own resentment at
having to share so many of our
possessions with them. 1
We should think about it. For
in America we are supposed to
be aware that communism's en enforced
forced enforced of property has procuced
not brotherly love among the peo people
ple people who live under it but murd murders,"
ers," murders," divisions and a rather nasty
kind of mutual suspiciousness. To
expect it to produce good will
among Bette, Sissy and Bobby is
really not too reasonable.
A child develops the willingness
to share his property to the exact
degree that we safeguard h i s
rights hot to share it. When he
hides, it he is accusing us of
failing to defend these rights. Like
anv other victim of a breakdown
of law, requiring respect for pri
vate property, he is compelled to
take its protection into his own
Commmumsts aren't1 the only
'peep'.e who create hatred by mak making
ing making unrealistic demands on unde
veloped Jiuman nature. American
parents do it ,1 whenever they en
force sharing on children either
by spoken un unspoken' demand3.
Will Seek Added ?
US Financial Aid ;
MANILA. Nov. 16 (UP) Presi-
dent Carlos. P. .Garcia said today
he .would seek more" financial aid
from the United States to put the
Philippine economy back in shape.
The 61-year-old president, who!
was returned to office by a mas massive
sive massive margin in last Tuesday's
lefctions. did not mention a speci
fic figure,, ; .?,., !.i'...i.v-i,-,. v
He said he might take s trio to
Washington in 'the near future to
heln solve the disoute between the'
United States and the Philippines
about jurisdiction 0 U.S. military
bases here; ;.
Presumably he also would dis
cuss the subject Of further U. S.
financial aid then. r
Garcia.' in an interview with TI.
nited Press, said he plans to con continue
tinue continue the five-year-fiscal plan of
me me rresiaent Kamon Mir-
saysay, killed in a plane crash last
He said the Philippines "certain-
1," Hmt 1 A ....1 1
j uiu wcicuiue more Ameri American
can American financial aid. : -
uarcla said he -manned
rhut not too many" changes in the
ion level or ms administration.
'I will continue to maintan the
closest ties of friendship with the
uuuea aiaies ana closer ties with
Asian neignoors," he said.
"I plan to call as soon as pos possible
sible possible for resumption of the bases
talks. J think a visit to "the) Unit United
ed United States-would h a ;. hi.
Housewife Should Not Have
Shrinking Violet Complex
our Army, Navy and Marine friemls
We recommend to visit
the newly refurbished i
RESTAURANT & BAR
on "J" Street, near old Ancon P.O.
Antonio Ah Kal, new Manager Owner
The best drinlu In town,
mixed fey expert bartenders.
The best Chinese and American
-f eed In town.
11 6RICK en ear Foed all day
Saturday, Nov. 16, Day ef oar
, Be WorryrFree
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- with aa escluiiv stm fabric,
softer thai yauae. it givta yom
aeorc afaaerttacy matt coafort
Only New De-en MOHESS T
fn such vtwderfikl havrj, such
estra atosrky. Be awe So uae
Momss, the aaaiu protocnVM
HW preveeM worries. Tnlut
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RENO, Nev., Nov. J -.(UPV-A
15-year-old fugitive' from a
reform school was captured today
and he quickly confessed that he
suffocated a 22-month-old firi last
Monday because- he was in the
mood to kill someone.
John L. Miller was arrested
without a struggle t, a service
i-uun nere. ronce 5a;d he ad admitted
mitted admitted murderine 1 i 1 1 1 t j lira
tieien wetzel in a vacant house
?! nPalos-Jerles Etea, Calif.
Miller said he had stolen two cars
ana neia un a aroeerv Hnrin-hi.
flight through three states.
Miller escaped from a Whittier,
Calif., reform school the day be before
fore before the slaving. He and ha m.t
to the vacant house in search of
us owner, staxiord Thurmond,
whom he had known all his life.
The .boy ; told police he planned
to club Tharmond, because "I felt
like I Bwapted to -kill someone."
But he. could not find the owner.
Then he said he saw the Wetrel
'-"I put mw Jind ftvr hi-.
an mpujthand suffocated her,"
he said. "I didn't feel bad and
I didn't Teel bad afterwards."
After the slavintr Miili A
decided to force the child's moth mother,
er, mother, who Jived; nearby, to go to
a oanK and draw out money. But
nr wsi ma nerve ana tied. Neigh Neighbors
bors Neighbors spotted him running irom
the house and identified him to
NEW YORK'. Nov. 1 '(VT
Some free advice v today to all
those mllllom ef women whose
occupation Is, "Just a housewife."
Take a new look around yon.
people in hiih nlaces are begin
nine to recognise that most of
you hold not one but several
dozen lobs. JSo start nromotlnf
Shed your shrinking violet com complex!.
plex!. complex!. Discard your ironing board
sioucn, tnrow your snouiders
back in pride. Brag about, don't
aeriae. your "career." '. C:
. The newest v friend t In the
housewife's camn U Mrs. Xath-
erlne B. Oettinger, chief of the
U.S. Children's Bureau, c and
bomemaker also, xm
She chides all of tu tor look
inr down our noses at contribu
tions on the stay-at-home wife
. .even suggested she should be
paid, lust as the 22. million
women in outside jobs are relm-
ouraea. . ?
"So many mothers feel tulltv
If they do work," Mrs. Oettlnger
toio a recent National Manpow Manpower
er Manpower Conference at Harrlman. N.T.
"Butv though this Is sometimes
forgotten, so many feel guilty If.
they do not."
World's Hardest Jeh
The time haf coma 'for the
"world to enhance the status of
the homemaker." she said. 'The
lack of respect and recognition f f..,'. lf JL rMf.l
for one of the hardest Jobs in the lJ. LL--kLI
world i so familiar it needs nal I "
work as family doctor nurse;
management expert, financial
whls fashion advisor, and you'rei
in the big money. ; .. i
High ialary Tor Mrs.
- One home economist, rranctai
Sanderson of Wayna state Uni-;
versity,- Detroit estimated "' th!a
week that Mrs. Housewife would'
qualify as a $20,000-a-year work-v
er on the open lob market,
I Count the additional jobs. She'
is scientist experimenting with
cooking, dietitian, child psycho psychologist,
logist, psychologist, hostess, laundress', teach-?
er, interior decorator., baby-ait-v
ter carpenter, errand bov. and
chauffeur. 8h .is the family,
shopper a Job fwhieh ahme
would drive the average purcha-l
ing agent to resignation, 1 j
All this, and she is the patient;
wife, who tolerates the husband
coming home at the end of the
day with the comment "Well,
what have YOU done all dayt
One housewife recently answer answered,
ed, answered, "Everything. Twelve times? 1
Maybe instead she should hava
a. a aea ner nusoana m, diu.
1 mzi, a iitrf
In D:rcl!.-:.- On
Mrs. Oettlneer v told ef one
mother of three,' who. decided to
take an outside job untu site
checked the cost of sending the
children to a day care center.
She found her salary would Just
about nay the tab. she decided
not to taice tne joo ana com
mented. "I didn't think I vwas
worth anvthine- at home.""
Mrs. Oettlnger said perhaps
the way to "enhance" the status
of "just a housewife", is "the ene
often suggested "but seldom ta
ken seriously .jto grant some
pecuniary recognition to. the
mother who worKS in the home."
Well. I've been countinr all
the jobs the. .housewife holds
and much as I agree with Mr.
Oettlnger, there is a big hitch.
Who would pay her salary?
The family budget might eov-o
er .her earnings as a domestic, at
the-going rate of $1 to $1.50 an
hour. But foot the bill- for .her
t -real va
PROJICT IN SILGIAN CONGO
BRUSSELS, Belgium fUP) (Bel (Belgium
gium (Belgium plans to build what it claims
will be the world's largest hydro hydro-electric
electric hydro-electric project in the Belgian Con Congo,
go, Congo, the government announced to today;
day; today; The announcement said the
estimated cost of the project will
be more than 3 billion dollars.
WIL U"lii T 'J
When you receive a long-dis
tance telephone call, don't chat
ter away about unimportant
matters the way you might if it
were a local call. Remember that
the- person who put in the eall
nas to pay lor it.
So let him say what he called
- WHITE PIGEON, Mich., Nov.Sr
(UP i Two persons were killed
and about 40 injured early todyi
when a New York-to-Chicago.Ne.w'i
York Central passenger train was
derailed-at the M-103 highway
crossing near here. ,-'!-?!
. -' -1 1 Ct
-Police said about M oC- the in-
jured were taken t the Three JUv
era Hospital and 2ft te Surgis. 7
However, a newsman said h f
could find only 15 injured froms'
the wreck.'4 ( v-:
The train had han dalaa ar-'
her when rerouted around a tram
wreck in Okie.-
(.The deae'. were, reported te-.bai,
nu cwra; ana a passenger.
10 l!:n Ab::rd UJ
ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Ner. iff
f UP) A TV SuDerforrraaaf
with 10 men aboard was reported!
missing ana presumea aowa ani
Alaskan wilderness, officials at
Elrnendorf Air ifodei' Base;: ken;
' The nlane left Xlmenderf Tea-?
terday mornini en a reund-robiaS
flight It was returning te Elmen-i
don and last made radio contact;
shortly' after v.m. while wri
Talkeetaa, about TO air salle s?
north ef here. 1"
Search pishes from' the Tlst Airfc
Rescue Sauadren becan a search 1
for the misiin 'Ttlan hut wan
forced to return to Elmendorf be-4
cuase-ef bad weather. The search f
was to resume this mornimfu wea-
ther permitting. r f i S
Aboard the plane were three pi
lots, two navigators, a flight en-
gmeer ana tour otner crew mem members.
bers. members. The. airmen were -ot identi
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Turks Deny Firing
At Syrian Border
ANKARA. Turkey. Nov.-16 (UP)
Turk pv . today denied 'Syrian
. Ml . M
charges its troops naa iirea acroa
(Svrian officials in Damascus
charged yesterday that Turkish
border soldiers opened fire Wed Wed-nesday
nesday Wed-nesday on Syrian army engineers
at two bositions along the border.
They said the. engineers were try'
ing to remove Turkish, land rtinei
on the northeastern .part of. the
frontier between the two countries.
No casualties were reported.) a .v
Kecentiy, iiiricisn spoices-
man saitw- syna preduced .sucn
claimi' against Turkey to eloud
world opinion, aiming to take the
matter again to tne united nations
where they i were utterly defeated.
"Syria aims to out Turkey and
the West into a difficult position.
This is a tactic. We do not feel the
necessity, now of even replying to
KORRR DISTAFF OFFICERS
ToTtrS; Vrpr J7n Martello, vice president; Jane Bond, team Reader; "Miriant Allen,
; iS'aXa careP coordinator, and Lois Brilley, team lea qer, - . (P.S. Army Photo)
':" niom nffwi 'f thA Port Kobbe Uistaff 6rga nizatlon recently met for their first meeting since taking office at the Fort
e left to rittht Beatrice Clark, first aid team coordinator: Gertrude Price, executive vice president; Leila Oagan, secretary;
1958 Pontiac Features All New Body; 16 Models' In
4 Series; 88 New Features
,; i i '
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l1" "'-'s- '.. "..,., -vc 'j
bixteen all-new models in four
feenes neaaea Dy a aream
tear'' series of two lanuiy sporis-
tvDR- cars are nresenwa by
tontlac ih l5Bj Oenerai Motors'
kloiaen Jubilee year.'.
A new toody, new chassis, new-
P'Tempesj 39b?V-. engine,,? new
tint.innnl eaulbment and a new
paonneviUe series of family size
division calls "the boldest ad
vance; in, 60 years.'? -, t ;
I 'These bold new tats are bow
tribute to uM'j uomen jbw jbw-flei;ahd
flei;ahd jbw-flei;ahd our 'own.: 50th f. Anniver Anniver-Isary
Isary Anniver-Isary S. E. Knudsen, GM Vice
jpresiflens sua ueoeiu ,ivia,Bci
tof PpnVac. Motor uivision, eaiu
kn aAnnuncme'tha' new1 cars.
Tile new, itHJeaj fiMi.i:.-a
engine Is Trigger man everwnn
Misplacement Increased from
;q7 flin jitihfff .anil rife
Signed to deliver power where
most. neeaea. in im, irmxu:
Pontiac nglneer list 88 new
features in the 1958 models and
135 separate safety features.
Striking "New. Direction"
styling accentuates the ear's
ioBffer.lower.i wider ; look. The
low, horizontal" grille Is topped
by dual twin head lamps and1
rises above the 'heavy bumper,
whir.h Incomoraies ma 8 si v e
parking and signal 'lamps. A"
new gold, rectangular crest fea featuring
turing featuring a uV'loit a grooved back background
ground background above the name,1 PON PONTIAC,
TIAC, PONTIAC, in blook-styW. lettering,
i tmsitioried in the left side of
the grille.: Delta wing ornaments
ride atop eacn ironi ieuacr wmn
twin wind-splits continuing' a a-lpng
lpng a-lpng the fender V,
(The missile-type .side mould mouldings
ings mouldings sweep back to concave
flares in the rear fender and
frame distinctive series mark markings:
ings: markings: The Bonneville has,, in ad addition,,
dition,, addition,, v four simulated ;frqnt
fender-louve. '-y-t -"
From the rear the 1958 Pon Pon-tiacs
tiacs Pon-tiacs will be imradiately recog recognizable
nizable recognizable by dual twintaU lamPs
hmra rival, ichromed. back-up
lamp ports, ana xne simpiy Biyj Biyj-ed
ed Biyj-ed trunk Ucf bears chrome han handles
dles handles on each aide of the uper uper-bly
bly uper-bly fashioned name plate.
. In addition to the Mye-pas-
senger Bonnevuie convemoie
and the sport coupe, Pontiac
has tor 1958, the Star 4 Chief
series consisting of two and
four-door-'' Catalinas, a four-
door sedan with slim center
pillar, and a custom Safari sta
On JTeehaqe Coons
LONDON. Nov. 16 (UP)-Soviet
lyojith .organizations have declared
iMoscow reported today.
A i broadcast heard here said
Communist youth organizations in
the northern town of Plyarny had
announced their intention of "pub "publicly!
licly! "publicly! exposing and ridiculing" boys
xouin teams ;jn vaioscowf are
organizing trips,i -Wobbles 'and
ganses to k cpmbaW"hooliganism.
drunkenness, nrd playing and bad
language, tr broadcast said.
Nixed By Rules
" LONDON, Nov. 16 (UP)-Rules
are rules, even lor inrnain s
wa WeimgehooIiganr,Radio4Prince,;Cari to p
pone ms nmtn Dirtnaay party
Thursday because of school regu
lations V. -
The heir to Britain's throne had
planned to entertain eight of his
school Mends at a tea party, am
the rules at Cheam School. Bert-
shire, state that Dirtnaay parties
may be held oply on Wednesdays
nrf Saturday Since the Prince's
birthday fell on Thursday, he -had
to put his party of until Saturday.
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TELEPHONES: CRISTOBAL 3-16545 '
PANAMA : 3-12578 BALBOA: 2-1905
tion wagon.. The Super Chief
line intiuaCs two ana iour-door
Caiaiinas and a slim pillar, four four-door
door four-door seaan. The Chieftain, series
is led by the convertiole, new In
this line; iwo ana iour-aoor
Catalinas,' two and four-door
slim nillar sedans, and a two
seat and a three seat, four-door
f A total of 21 solid, colors and
56 recommended two-tone paint
combinations are oiierea, some
in the new acrylic lacquers,
while interiors are color-matched
in f abrlo and leather; ;
. On. 122" and 124" wheelotises,
the new, Pontlacs are as much
as 4.5 Inches lower in height,
ar .. 2 2 InchAB wider" ) and as
mulrs' 8fl lncheaflonget over overall.
all. overall. Passenger leg room' has been
increased by 4.5 inches, ample,
head room Is retained and lug luggage
gage luggage space is enlarged.
A new sculptured instrument
panel has key Instruments
grouped, before the driver for
quick, safe reading through the
deeply recessed, two spoke steer steering
ing steering v wheel. A non-glare" Instru Instrument
ment Instrument panel paint protects a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst glare.
Soon on display at Clva, 8.A.
Plans To Further
Gel Some Support
' WASHINGTON (UP) Some
educators and congressmen threw
support today to some type of
federally financed college scno
larships to close the gap, with, Rus
sia in producing more! scientists
They responded to the Presi President's
dent's President's warning that "the most
critical problem of all" is the
threat that Soviet Russia will
outstrip the United States in ton-
quality scientific manpower.
Administration insiders said tne
President had no specific federal
program in mind when he told a
radio TV audience Wednesday
"we should have a system of
nationwide testing; of high school
students ana "incentives tor
high aptitude students to pursue
scientific or professional studies."
However, official in the U. S.
Office of Education and the Na
tional Science Foundation inter-
retea tne speecs to mean tnat
e is ready to seriously consider
f ederar scholarships for college
students if a good program can
Rep. Richard M.' Simpson (R-
Pa.), a leader of the conservative
wing of the trOf woo voted
against federal aid for school con construction,'
struction,' construction,' volunteered i ha "could
support a program of federal
scholarships te-train scientists.
Wide ; support among educators
for va scholarship ; program was
forecast by Div Dale Wolfle exe executive
cutive executive officer of the American As Association
sociation Association for the. Advancement Of
Science. But he cautioned that
educators would want the scholar scholarships
ships scholarships made available to students
in other fields, as well as science
U. S. Education Commissioner
Lawrence G. Derthick told a re reporter1
porter1 reporter1 that no new federal pro program
gram program has crystallized," yet
Rep. ; John Bell Williams (D (D-Miss.),
Miss.), (D-Miss.), chairman' of the House
Commerce Subcommittee 1 which
would probably have jurisdiction
over legislation dealing -with
science scholarships, said there
was no point in holding any con congressional
gressional congressional hearings until the
President presents a program.
"The President's p e e ch
Wednesday night was like cotton
candy," Williams said. "It looked
good, tasted good, and smelted
good, but when yon bite onto it
there's nothing there."
Polar Fliers Not Worried By Snow
Ice Crystals Take Place Of Flakes
.' McMURDO, AntarcUca (UP)
"It never snows at the South
: Navy Cmdr. John Mirabito,
chief .meteorologist at Operation
Deep Freeze headquarters here,
explained it was too cold at the
bottom of the world for snow snow-flakes.
! Mirabito, 40, of Hyde Park,
Mass., said precipitation in Ant Antarctica
arctica Antarctica takes the form of feath
ery ice crystals which in the past
centuries have built up the 5,000 5,000-foot
foot 5,000-foot high ice pack.
Mirabito, who heads a five-man
staff of weather forecasters and
observers, is responsible for the
weather predictions upon which
all the American nilots in the
Forecasts Usually Right
His staff includes: Naw T.t
Tom Fredian of r64i2 N.
St. Chicago; chief aerographers
mate Aimer A. ifirdei of Quonset,
a.i.i BeroKraoner zu Konain w
Palmer of (2833 Alaska St.) Se-
DENVER Vice President Wrii.
ara M. Nixon ursine aid tn km.
It is far better ta hiv a
try neutral.' than Oriented to the
uumnunisis. "wnniw rr iv'
dent Truman attacking attempts
to make classical literature
form with the present:
imagine the Book of Genesis
with a Moscow version such
'in .the beginning Nikita Khrush Khrush-chey
chey Khrush-chey said let there be lieht anil
Ihere was light and let there
De a sun and a moon and even
NEW YORK Jackie Robinson
commenting on house-buying diffi difficulties
culties difficulties of his fellow. Negro base
ball player. Willie Mays:
"In India and in the Communist
countries this is going to be play played
ed played up. It's going to hurt"
SEATTLE James L. Robert Robertson,
son, Robertson, assistant city engineer, plan planning
ning planning a by-pass sewer line to stop
a large cave-in caused by water
from a broken sewer eating away
sandy soil 145 feet below ground:
",It will take days and perhaps
weeks, but we've got to do it or
we may' lose a whole neighbor
?'NEW YORK John S. Curran,
m, on oemg caught aiming a sung
shot at a row of plate glass win windows
dows windows while carrying half-a-pound
of brass screws in his pocket:
"I was only practicing."
attle; aerographer 3C Bob Fan
cher of Carlsbad, N.M., and aer
ographer 3C Arvil T. Creacy of
Thus far, Mirabito and his staff
have been right often enough to
remain on speaking terms with
the pilots in the antarctic.
Mirabito. who sneaks six Ian
guages and has Written numerous
books on weather and forecast forecasting,
ing, forecasting, has been with Task Force 43
and Operation Deep Freeze since
tne planning stage.
He said that when the Naw
first flew planes into McMurdo
there were no weather stations on
uus side of the antarctic.
"We put ships in line between
here and New Zealand and used
weir reports," he said.
Three Stations Haloael
. Mirabito said weather forecast
ing became a little easier when
three stations were built at Little
America, McMurdo and at Liv
station, 550 miles to the WoUth,
"mat's about like flying from
New York to St. Louis and Den
ver witn tnree weather stations,
"On a lone ranee basin h.
plained, "what happens to weath
er uown nere can aid In getting
'"" .-uraie iorecasts ax far
sway as New York and Tinnrinn
he said: " v"'
He said the movement of air
masses around the wnrin i r,m..
i!t it .... pm-
'it's just imnossihla M .dutnrv
part of it without th fft
tually reaching the water in the
resi ox the tub,"
take the curves
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,THE IDEA Italian postal au
ithorities nave issued this new
. stamp to symbolize "the. idea
f Europe as a source of pros prosperity
perity prosperity and peace." Colors oi
the nations participating in
r current European economic
' community projects are fee
tured in a ribbon forming the
letter E, for united Europe
'I Officers of the Pedro Mienel Ci
vic Council meet tonight at T:30
in tne nome ot vice-president Ce
cil Caliender m Pedro MrgueL
This is the first meetine of the
newly elected officers.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 13J1
IOY SCOUT COUNCIL
I? f,' I lf -'I T : NORTH (D) v T,
' TO PRISINT AWARDS
The Canal Zone Boy Scout Coun
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,Hi ,-,.,i1,vi.. ,j.vf'4 iYfii(iinnrMnfr J South took stock of the hand x '? j
NEW COMMUNITY SIGN A sign welcoming persons to Rainbow City was unveiled at that
' Atlantic side Latin American community during Veteran's Day exercises there The sign a
fcTOdiict of community endeavor, is the first One produced on the Zone since Canal Zone
QVf. W.,E. Pqtter suggested the Idea during a discussion of civic betterment several months
ago: Standing around the sign are, 1. to r.: Dave E. White, vice-president of the Rainbow
' CityOivle Council; Jefferson Joseph, president of the Council; Owen B. Shirley, thfr council's
'representative to the Governor's Conferences; canal Zone Lt. Gov. Hugh, M. Arnold; and
tmm mi rnn.i1 m limn ...m,trm irmtni fratl!h . J 'f' i.iifJLj
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TEN 'TEEWTVVlNS'rINiTENTH Teachers and students in the 10th grade of the Lakewood
JJO,) High School have been seeing double not once but five times since the fall term opened.
i 1" ,Z J concerned, tne nva sets or twjns dress differently and cultivate in-
'SlYl nairdos. They are, from left: Marian and Margaret Fleischer, 16; Sandra and Sharon
.T- M?8e'e, and Mollie StefTens, 14; Barbara and Bonnie Pembridge, 15, and Michael
Mery.Gados, 15, who (obviously) have the least trouble, looking different.
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71-00 p.m. "THE WINDOW" 1
South took stock of the hand
before playing from dummy. He
noted that he had to knock out
the ace of hearts and would al
so need to take the. club finesse.
If that finesse "went; wrong and
he also lost three spade tricks he
would be down one at his three
If he had ducked the first
spade lead that is exactly what
would have happened to him.
East would have taken the queen
and returned the suit.
South did' not duck that first
lead. He decided that a barrier
play was called for and went
right up with dummy's ace. If
East ha,d dropped the eight on
that trick the barrier play would
have succeeded. Declarer would
have knocked out West's ace of
hearts and the defense would
not have been able to collect
their three spade tricks.
East was Mrs. D. J. Cook 'of
Winnetka. 111. Mrs. Cook had
seen barrier plays before and
realized exactly what the imme
diate play of the spade ace im im-nlied.
nlied. im-nlied. She saw a probable coun
ter for the play this time and
proceeded to arop ner queen un
der the ace.
When West got in with the ace
of hearts he realized that Mrs.
Cook had dropped her queen of
spades to get out of the way of
his king-jack-nine. He also real realized
ized realized that he had to wait for her
to set in to lead spades to him.
West led a club. Mrs. Cook took
her king of dubs and returned
the spade to complete the nulli
fication of south'a nice barrier
US Envoy Break
Barrier In Jet
BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 16 (UPM
President Pedro E. Aramburu
and U.S. Ambassador Wtllard L.
Beaulac broke the sound barrier
today in a U.S. jet fighter here in
connection with Argentine Aviation
Both men received certificates
and lapel buttons identifying them
as members of the "Supersonic
Capt. Charles Scott, of St.
Petersburg, Fla., piloted the whizz
ing jet which qualified first Aram
buru and then Beaulac for mem
bership in the super-speed society.
CUTIE Aetata Mitel Gaynor
wears this provocative outfit in
her new movie with Frank Si Sinatra,
natra, Sinatra, "The Joker I Wild," the
story of club comic Joe E. Lew Lew-Is.
Is. Lew-Is. Could be the apron protects
the costume lrom stains, but
there isn't that much to protect
Joan Collins in
Ernest Borgnlne in
"3 BRAVE MEN"
TODAY IDEAL .25
July Holliday in
"FULL OF LIFE"
"THE 27th DAY"
An Exciting New French
"WOMEN FOR SALE"
(Foire Aux Femaies)
And For Adults Only!
T with -ETCHIKA
Brlgitte Bardot In
Fined for Korean
Black Market Deal
NEW YORK, Nov. W -(UP)-
Former football coach John F
(Chick) Meehan was fined $5,000
and given a one-year suspended
jail sentence today for operating a
black market in steel during the
Two others convicted With Mee Mee-han
han Mee-han also received fines and sus
Federal Judge John W. Cashin.
in imposing judgment, said he took
into consideration the fact that the
three men had "unblemished"
records up to this time.
"I haven't slept for a week
thinking about this ease," Cashin
said. "It seems to me you have all
been punished sufficiently."
The 54-year-old Meehan, former
New York University footbi)l
coach, was convicted with John L.
Kern. Mand Hyman Kopp, 5JU f
violating he Defense Production
ui j.0uv,' Aire jmucunpiiv 'ex 'excused
cused 'excused ;ther of ; obtaining- teel by
vauo na selling n lor a profit.
Kopp received the same fine and
suspended sentence as Meehan.
Kern was. fined 11,000 and riven a
one-year suspended sentence
Lash Out Anew A
At Jordan's King
CAIRO, Nov. 18 (UP) The
Egyptian press continued it t.
tacks on Jordan today with
charges that King Hussein cele celebrated
brated celebrated his 23rd birthday yesterday
m an "atmosphere of tension
unrest and tragedy."
The newsoaoer Al Shaah IH
"soldiers are patrolling the
streets, occasionally firing into
the air to strike terror mta th
it repeated earner charcei that
Hussein had "sold the Arab coun
try to Israel and imperialism and
who has turned Jordan into a
huge American base."
(Jordan radio has denied the
charges, made repeatedJy by both
Egypt and Syria, and called
both nations "tool" of the
The newspaper Al Massaa said
Hussein had "locked himself in
the palace because he is afraid
to face the people" and that
Bedouin forces loval to the Kin
had encircled Amman. Jericho.
Ramallah and Nabtdus to prevent
cil No. 8014s sponsoring a Court
ana Bridge of Honor tonight.
Scouts and Explorers will be
presented ivlth the higher awards
that they have earned during the
The ceremony will take place
at the gymnasium of the Balboa
U.S.O.-Y.M.C.A. with the gather
ing of the Colors at 7 o'clock,
invitations are obered to the pa
rents, lriends and supporters of
the Scouting Movement in coun
cil 801's area.
At this meeting. the Life and
Star Scout Awards to be present
ed, testuy to the boys ability in
achieving proficiency in many
fields or activity, anf proving that
they are good -citizens, by their
work in school, their conduct in
the community and their faithful
ness to the Laws that govern their
lives in Scouting.
The new Scout Executive, Da'
met O. Daniels, will be introduc
ed to the Scouts for the-first time
since his arrival on the Isthmus
at the beginning of the month, and
he will present the Advancement
Awards to the. Troops when have
40 percent or more boys who have
become 1st Class Scouts or better,
After the opening ceremonies
judge uutnrie r. urowe, chair
man of the Advancement Com
mittee of the Canl Zone Council
will address the boys.
The Very Rev. Mainert J. Peter
son; Dean of the Cathedral Of St.
Luke will act as master of cere
monies; Brig.! Gen. George F;
Schlatter president oi the Canal
Zone Council will charge the boys
with their responsiblities as Scouts
in the community: Carl Maedl
will present the Star Scout A A-wards;
wards; A-wards; Lt. Col. Wallace, Martello
win present tne Lire scout A,
wards, and Capt. James E. Whit-
ner, commandant of the U.S. Na
val Station at Coco Solo will pre
sent the Colors and Records of
Troops No.' 18, ending a very
haPDV relationship between the
Naval Base and Scouting because
of tne closing of the installations.
ihe constituyents of the Court
and Bridge of Honor are the a
bove named men. who are there
to witness to these awards. Rabbi
Nathn Witkin, who will pronounce
tne invocation, is also- a member
of tms court.
At the close of ihe ceremonies.
the boys and their friends will be
given the: opportunity of dancing
and sharing in refreshments that
win be provided.
The Boy scouts are one of the
organizations supported by the
United Fund, t and is famous for
providing trar young mW! 'with
opportunities cto grow In citisen citisen-shin
shin citisen-shin in the -home, community.
school and Church.
"THIS IS DUTY?"'
AURORA, Colo. (UP) Police
officer David Wilheim got drunk
in police headquarters Tuesday.
He drank 11 shots of straight
whiskey. Officer Uirhard Rusk
drank seven cans of beer, but
wasn't quite drunk .Chief Spencer
Garrett praised the two men for
their actions. They were testing a
machine that measures the alcohol
content of the blood. The city is
considering purchasing one of the
machines, but wanted to try it Cut
Beat Mischief Rap
POUGHKEEPSIE. N.Y.. Nov. 16
tuf) xnree Prmceton University
students, including the son of Ned
Irish, vice president of Madison
Square Garden, were freed of
charges lof malicious mischief to
da for trying to abscound with
a memento of Vassar College.
City Judge Bernard McCoy dis
missed the charges after their
attorney pleaded that the youths
would be expelled from Princeton
if the charges were pressed. But
MCoy gave the students a stiff
lecture before setting them free.
' The students were caught Sun Sunday
day Sunday trying to cart away a dock
sign reading, "Sewer outlet, no
swimming, -no fishing." They had
been on week-end dates at Vassar,
The students were identified ss
Robert Irish, Spring Lake, N.J.,
son of-Ned. Irish, Carrol Sprigg,
Dayton, Ohio, and James Weiss,
Philadelphia. Sprigg tnd Weiss
were identified as sons of prom prominent
inent prominent attorneys.
HARRY'S GRANDSON w Beaming with motherly pride,
Margaret Truman Daniel poses with son Clifton Truman
Daniel. The three-month-old youngster is the first and only
grandson of former President Harry S, Truman. The baby's
father is New York Times newsman Clifton Daniel. This
photo was taken by a family friend (n the Daniels' New York
.Oit arrtmen." - '-
Bakery Workers Officials Refuse
To Bar Cross' He-election Bid
WASHINGTON, Nov. 16 (UP) (UP)-WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON. (UP)-WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 (UP)-
Top officials of the Scandal Scandal-plagued
plagued Scandal-plagued Bakery Workers Union de
fied the AFL-CIO today and re refused
fused refused to, bar union President
James G. Cross -from running for
However, the union's executive
board did agree, to -a federation
deiftand that it call s convention
to elect new officers.,;
Cross, who has been accused of
misusing union funds, said he
hoped the decision .would enable
the 160,000 member union to stay
in the AFL-CIO.
The federation had said the
Bakers would be suspended auto
matically unless they got rid of
cross, who also has been under
fire from the Senate Rackets Com
Twe Hour Session
The hoard, at- a two-houi; ses
sion, also refused another? AFL-
yiTrt J 1 1 J
viu aemana aavrfttnsw.cv.pusiea
Secretary Treasurer Curtis rR.
Simras. .He. ha,4 ftrongly criti
cues, vroii uff.rdttieu uiuu
Cross told newsmen after the
meeting that final decisions on
complying with the AFL-CIO de
mands would be made at the spe
cial convention.: c
He a-Ld union officers had no
alternative but to reject the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO demands under the union's
There is a common mistake In
this rotintrv." he said, "that the
AFL-CIO can override the consti constitution
tution constitution of an autonomous interna
tional union. It s not so."
Cross said the union convention
would he held within 90 days if
possible "despite an enormous
cost." This Use of member's dues
he .said, "appears warranted is
the sole means by which -their
Medal Of Honor
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. Nov.
16 (UP) The Congressional Medal
of Honor -Society paid tribute
to U.S, -Ambassador Henry Cabot
Lodge "for outstanding service to
the country and leadership in inter international
national international affairs."
Lodge, permanent U. S. repre representative
sentative representative to the United Nations, re
ceived the society's first scroll ci citation
tation citation during a ceremony at the
I, ,. v :
judgments and desires can prop properly
erly properly be registered after open arid
full public debate."" ''-M
Held' Off Action
The- union boar d statement
called on the AFL-CIO to hold off
any disciplinary action until after
the Bakers convention,- .-
"any prejudgment of the out outcome.
come. outcome. .would be unfair the
membership for whose concern all
parties have expressed exclusive
interest' the board J aid.
Sims was fired hy ihe board for
first publicizing the misconduct
charges which led, to cross- ap
pearance before the Senate Rack
ets Committee last summer. The
AFL-CIO Ethical Practices Com-f
mittee subsequently found that the
Bakery Workers were dominated
or controlled by corrupt influences
The AFL-CIO Executive Council
later said Cross must be removed
from office if the Bakers were to
retain good standing in the federation.-
r.w.y 4"U )
, APPLf KNOCKERS.
CHICAGO (UPKWhen it comes
to apple polishing students at
Jones. Commercial High School
tVa harV seat tn no ne. They
brought three bushels of apples to
Miss-Joanna Zelder, their, "ideal
n iii k
COPS A ROLE Something
new is being added -to TV this
fall. It's a Woman policeman,
and the gal that copped the cop
role is Beverly Garland. She'll
play "Officer Casey Jones"; in ai
new series Called "Decoy,,,l
scheduled for horn screens
THE SPIRIT OF
ST. LOUIS.- ,-
SHOOT OUT' AT
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. WIRE TATTER
with Oeorgina Let
' LOTTERY NIGHT!
BADLANDS OF -MONTANA
. --Also:.- ''.
BLOOD AND SAND
with Tyrone Power
The Spider Returns
,.-' Chapters 7-S -.
THE LAST POSSE
with. L. Hayward
SERVICE CENTER THEATERS
2:30 4:21 6:10 g:M
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'THE MOB" 7:30
BUNDLE OF JOY"
DIABLO I MARGARITA
Audrey Hepburn I Gene Kelly
Fred Astalre I Michael Dedtrav
"FUNNY FACE" "'Th Happy Road"
Buster Crabbe 'TARZAN AND
"GUN BROTHERS" THE LOST SAFARI"
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'V.- lamea Stewart ;
'THE MAN FROM
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' -I:1S t:2i-
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"RETURN FROM -THE
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ok fraewei "y-rt -,;
PIT BOONE URRt MOORE
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Added: GUARblAN OF THE
- NORTH and NEWS
Edward Harold Will Give Talk
On Churches Of Eastern Rites
ISTMMMW, CHURCH NOTICE
CKurch of Christ
.-' , -1 t
W.' W. Burrow. Bvengeurt
r Telephone I-380J i
MLBOA: 0851. Balboa Road
Service Sunday 10:00 8JO M0
US?OBAL American Legion JS,1.' JS,1.'-"services
"services JS,1.'-"services Sunday 10:00 njMi"
KIO ABAJO: House No- 80J4 15UJ tot
. Sunday -J0 i-m
ivjIU a-m. '
' to liberal-
" urmu swiuoo
Phone it-liu ...
, TrainlUa Umou .. "ZZon
: XacA Saturday-
FIRST HAPT1S1 CHUKCB
Balboa Heights. C
827 An con Boulevard
Drawer "B' Balboa Heights
V Pbohe Saiboa 1721
' William H. Beeby. Pastor
8:30 p m
7:30 p m
. 7:00 pan
" Baptist Training Onion ....
Evangelistic Service . .
prayer Meeting, Wednesday
W M S Bible Study Touro-
iV Men" BVotherhood iiiat
. Monday in montbi .
FIRST BAPTIST CHB"
Margarita Avenue at Mb fctreei
. "Magarita. Canal Zone
Rev. WendaU C Farker, Pastoi
lianiHtt j "m
Baptist Training; Union,,
Prayer Servicetr Wednasdaye
W M.U. 1st 3rd Fridays
OjC; iA, Sunbeams,
7:45 p m.
$ JO pjn
'dtoo-Danomlnatlonal Bvan(Utle ;
, t Meetings) v ,a
l rAMABSW VIA, w-V-i
Captain as Marm. mu
U February Street, Phone;' ZI-2005
11:00 Holiness Meeting. ,-
?:00 Stinday School.
M Salvation Meeting
LA BOCA CI
Lieotenaat Pajasy Campbell
Building No. 1080, Phone: S-285I
11.00 tsoiineas Meeting. 5
-1 00 Sunday School. ;.;;
T0 Sa-'vatien Meeting, ,; :i
Envoy J Mrs. C. L. Moselsy;
: l:u0 Holiness Meeting. :-'
8:00 Sunday School. ,"
. Salvation Meeting. ;
COLOJ) 'clNTRAt f."
Benier t'apt, and Mrs. C. Moonsawtny.
JethuStreet Phone: J8-J43. ;
ootoi XHiRo sxiiiHrr
, T J0 SijvaUon Meeting.
The Bev. Oscar W. Olsen, Pastoi
'Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
' Phone M48ft-Church Oltice ,2-3238
S:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
aervice. Classes tor all ages.
10:30 ajn. Worship Service The
expanded Session for Nursery. Kinder-
(artan and Primary Dpt. Church
tune nursery tor cnnaren under yrs.
8:00 p.m. Junior High Fellowship
rost mgn reiiowsnip.
7:00 p.m. Senior High Fellowship
; 7:30 p.m. Evening Service.
BATON ' 1 '- '
. SThe Bev. Bay M. Blakely Mlnlstet
Church School, with Adult Bible
Service of Worship, 11:00. ....
" Youth Fellowship, 5:45.
Margarita Ave. and Bolivar Hwfr.
Bev. Theodore B. Franklin Pastor
Phones: Office. 3-2842. Res, 8-1498
45 a.m. Church School. Bus service.
Classes Nursery through edult.
' m Mnmtntf Worshln.
Niirrerv for Infants and small, ehil-
8 Oft pjn. Junior Fellowsnip. v
A eomnlete schedule of auxiliary ac-
tlvitlea and official meetings as an
nounced from: week to week.
.... ... ;
m W..1V. W M.Amrinm PaltOC
Of.: 8-470 Baa.- 8-130
' 8:30 a.m. Sunday School
' 1A.1A m Unrain Vanhl.
Official meetings and week-day ett-
Titles as announcea.
L Churches of the many faith in the Canal Zone, and the terminal titles
of Panama and Colon. Republic el Panama, extend a welcome at all
times to 'men and women of the armed services, and te civilian neigh neighbors,
bors, neighbors, friends and strangers.
...... ; At a public service, The Panama American lists below, by deneml-
nations, notices of hours of worship and other regular activities. ; ;.
"rzr Listings ara rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
ana or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches 0 Services."
A special listing it included for services at Army posts. Air Force bates
and Naval stations.
V Ministers, church secretaries and chaplains are asked to Inform the.
new desk in writing by Wednesday noon at tha latest of any changes
for tb coming Saturday's church page. ' -: ;,
T. MAY'S CHUBCH-fcalboa
iihda Mament 7:00. 1:00. 10:00 and
12 00 a.m 1 r '
. Holy Day Maaxasi 14. tt U 4
anrt K'fMltLl.m ...
Confeuinru. Saturday. 130 to t :0b
and 7:00 to g:00 pm Thursday, before
first Friday; 7:00 to g:00 pm ;,.
Miraculoua Medal Novena; 7:00 p.m
on Mondays. .. ';' '-:'
Otechism etaas alter the g:00 maa
on Sunday. S r ?
High School Study Club I on
Sunday Masses: 15. 7:30 :30 a m i
Holy oy maoMn: 1:5 01 nJ ":0
rt..inn. Rnturrtav adu to 6:00 and
1:15 to -8:00 p.m, Thureday before Flrt
rrlday iw pa
Sacred Heart Devotional I M oa on
Catechism Class! 1:14 to cje pja. on
Thursday ..,. ....,,,
OIR LADI OF rATlMA Curunde
Sunday Masa at 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
Confamtiona: :00 to :4i pm on Sat.
Catechism Class i Saturday 8J0
ST. JOSEPH raralao
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:18 a.m.
"oly Day Mass -at 8:00 p.m
i Weekday Masses: J.. :00 am.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
8:30 Jo 7:30.
Catechism Class: Sunday 8:00 to 4:00
Miraculous Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
on Friday. ,
Convert instructional Thursday 7:00
ST. VINCENT'S ranam City
. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 8:30 a.m
HrJiv nav Uii,m sn and 8.-00 n.m
(It it falls an Saturday the Masses art
8:00 and sail a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 8:00 and
7:00 to 8:00 pjn. Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 pm
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta
rJnna of the Cross: Friday 7 it p.m.
Catechism Classes After 8:30 mass on
-Convert Class. 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and
. ST. THERESA'S OoeoU
Sunday Mass: 8 JO em.
Holy Day-Mass: 8:00 ajn. (It it falls
on Saturday 8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 8:30 to 8:00 p.m on
Confession: g:00 to 3 JO a.m- Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST OB LA BALLS
' Parque Lefevre
- Sunday- Masses: :su ira :
. or u 'n.v. Ma! 8:10 Mon.. Thurt.
9mi ..a c, Tf-.t aviriav maaa! o:dd a.m.
.Hlv.y D;; Bfaasa JjOO-oa. to 8:00
ConfeesloraTaW idfO and 1.D0 te
1:00 p.m. on Baturdey. ,M
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 10
P?'..:,! e.A at m. m Stunrfav
r'raKHrkra La Bee
Convert 'Class: Monday f JO P-m.
Sunday Mass: TKW ajn.
Holy Day Mass 6:30 p.m.
nnaaainna. Saturdav 8:30 to 740 Pm
tn....u luTnr Vtrat nldav 8:30 B.m..
.'"J mtv - i
natarnism uaaa: a:s9 pan.
Rarrad Heart Novena: 7:00 P.m. op
convert uaaai u- v"
' ATLANTIC SIDE
ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday Masses: 8:45, 8:00 and tM am
Holy Day Maaseai 5:41 and 8:00 am
Confesslonat Saturday :00 lvt:W and
.na a. at ,nA mm i
I ;w w o.w u.i88 i. .
Miraculous Medaf Novena I Wednesday
8:15 and T:00 pm
Sacred Heart novena: sriaaj i.u
Cnt.rf. fuMlnd Sarvlraa 7:00 n.m.
Convert Clsss: 7:15 pm on Mondays
Catechism Class: amnaay jv:ia a.m. w
11:46 am 8:00 pm. to 4:00 pm
nmt avi.-Kmoattlon of Most Bless
ed Sacrament all day Reposition ot 5 JO
am Saturday morning. .
First Saturday Devotions to our Lady
of Tatlma-The Holy Rosary 8:00 a.m.
rtMf rrnmrnimlAn tnstruftiona for enll
dren Mondava and Thursdays 8:00 to
MtnarTTi.oiia MF.DAL Crittohel
Si,nria u,na: I-M. a :oo and 10:30 am
Holv bav Masses: 8:00. :00 am and
S:15 p.m. 5
Confess! ons Saturday 40 to 80 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Alter swsary eacn
Miraculous Medal Novena t tn and
74M n m. nn Mondav.
Catechism CUss: After 8 KM Mam on
First Friday Exoosltloa all day during
tbe School year.
rim saturaay: maaa ai :ov am.
HOLT FAMILY CHURCH In Margarita
Sunday Masses: 7 30,- 8 30. 11. a.u
First Saturday Maaa: 8:00 am
Weekday Masses: 8:00 am
Saturday ... 8:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Miraeuloua Medal Novena 7:00 pm
Holy Pay Masses: f 'JO am. 5:15 pm
Confession ... 8:45 p.m. to 4:44 pm
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction ............ 1.-00 pm
Discussion Inquiry Croup 130 pm
.every Friday. -1st.
Friday Devotion ... 7:00 pm.
1st. Saturday Devotion .. TM pm
- ST. VIN CENTS Rain bow City
Sunday Maaa seat 830 a.m. and, 8:00
Holy Day Mass: 8:00 am and 80
- Confessions: 4-00 to $.-00 and 1l)6 to
8:00 cm. Saturday. .
k. Catechism Class: 10:45 a.m. on Sunday.
vonnuse-era7 asonaay u 1W
Miraeuloua Medal Movana, Va
Novenai IM pm aa
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION 4astai
Sunday Maaai 8:15 am
Holy Day Mass: IM a re.
-Confaasions: 8 J8 ta 111 B as. aa Sat.
urday. .r- v .i
Oteenmai cwae- inn b as tm Mnndaj
vva yavi w www wvnlab
. .embea '
Sunday Masee: I AO and 8 J8 am.
Holy Day Masses: saw am. and law
Coaifeaslowe Saturday at tM avam. asat
ajiar a u vwnuic owoaons.
Dapusma oy appomtmenv
Miraeuloua Medal Nevenat tM am
' Sacred Heart Movenat 1.-08 pm eat
Sunday scftool: 830 p m. on Buaday.
Relicious Instruction Clam for Chll.
dren: 44 p.m an Tbunday. -'
Rellgiou Instruction for adult (Con.
ducted Id Bpaniah): laW pm ea Mew-i
Convert Instruction by appointment.
The Bt Rev ft. Hebet (Boodea. S.t-0
The Very Bev. Malnert i
7:30 a.m, Holy Communion.
' :1S a m. Church School (Holy Com
. 9:30 a m. Santa Communion,' Ird Sun-
:30 aJO. Escuel Domlnlcaf.
ll.OO a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon. Holy communion m oiwuvi
7:00 p.m. Svenmg oervice. v
rvenina Prayer. ;
da Missionary Pray era
8:18 a m.
rhnrrh ot St. Andrew
The Rev William W. Baldwl
Priest in Charge.
ramilv Praver and
Church School gJOam
(Also Holy Communion 2nd.
Sunday each month.
Morning Prayer Sermon' 11.00 a.m.
Holy Communion ,..,.... fwo ajn.
Chapel of The Good Shepherd
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Chug
8:00 a.m. Morning Prayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
St Simon's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest to Charg
Eucharist and Ser.
7:00 a m
Church School ...........
Episcopal Young Churchmen'
Evensong and Sermon
Morning Prayer ana nwj
ruMiini Pravar ....
Woman's Auxiliary, tnd and
WEDNESDAYS 4i THUKS0AYS
' f IMHIllllWilWI ...... T
Morning Prayer .iv!";
Evening Prayer f wpm
iumtnivt .'-.i'T .f.-tc:.'
. Pamtlyt Eucharist- .5tw. ulJt a.m.
Office Compjto ,,-af.OO pm
. J' "tA BOCA
- Bt Peter' Chareh
The Bev. John Spear. Meat
Morning Prayer and Church
Choral Eucharist and Ser Sermon
Evensong and Address
... 12:08 noon
THXJRSDAYS or, FEASUAYBi V
jjoly Communion ...... .. 3 wa am
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Van, U B, Shirley, Priest ta Charg
6:30 am. Holy communion,
Church of St-Margaret
Espave and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Rector
1:30 a.m. Holy Communion.
9:45 am Morning Prayer and
HUM a.m. Choral Eucharist.
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
S30 a.m. .noiy communion.
The Rev. Alias R. Wentt,
Priest In Charge
. The Bev. David A: Osber,
84)0 a jo, Choral Bucharu Sarmoa
9:30 am Infant Baptism.
3 .00 t.m. Shurch School
(held tn BuUdlnk 131)
80 pjn. Youth Fellowship
i ha n m Cvansone and Addresa.
2nd and 4th WEDNESDAYS
130 0 In. woman aiwuvt
tat Guild Martirut
St Paol's Church
me yen. iinnri k- o v
., a, akiM
The R rtta av Aiweu. aa
KH am Hory commusuon
800 am Sung Eucharist 4k Serfherj
10 :4b a oi Morning Prayer and Church
12:00 nocr Holy Baptii
7 0 tun. Solemn von
a -in a n hoiv uaenmimieei
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
WEDNESDAYS 1 :'
HM a ea Holy tJormnuTiioa j
IMlUDi Evening Prayer
THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
11:30 i m. Holy Communioei
HOLY DAYS 1
g:oo s.'n. uory timmimiees.
CHRIST CHiitCrl f-THX-giA
. Colta. IL.II. ........
(Onnosfte Hotel Washlnetent
xno Bev. jaaaes rater f
, ( 4 4 4
tM a.m. Holy CommunJoav
8:30 in. Morning Prayer.
8.00 aun. Choral eucharist ai
10:30 ojbv Church. School.
1JO pjn. Soleaaa CvensoDg
MONDAY. TUESDAY Br WTU1UIBAY
6 00 aja. Holy Commoniam.
IM la Morning Prayer,
1:00 pas. Evening Prayer.
!:" 'T1' WEDNESDAY "-
M a& Holy Comraunieav -T.-08
ajn. Morning Prayer.
7 J8 pjn. Evening Prayer and pennon
TM in. Morning Prayer!
8:00 ajn. Children's Kurharist.
8 ;0 pjn. Evening Prayer.
6fl0 a.m. Holy Communion. '.
70 o.m. Morning prayer.x :
8 0 p.m. Evening Praver.
7 JO pja. Compline and Meditation.
' RID ABAJO
I Bt ChcUlopher's Church
10th Street,: Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W, Hayes,
' v Priest in Chsrgr
xThe Rev. Clarence A. CragweH.
- 8:00 a m
7 :30 .m
Holy. Communion. 1 w
Sung Eucharist and S rmon
Morning Prayar and Church
School. '. j
Evensong end Sermon.
1st and 3rd. Woman's Auxi Auxiliary.
6:80 pm. Junior Daughters of the
1:30 p.m Youth Fellowship.
8:00 e m Holy Communion.
7i00 p.m .Evening Prayer and Religious
8:00 p m Girls' Friendly Society.
8 :00 p.m 1st and 3rd, Singletons
8:80 a.m Junior Confirmation Class.
CHURCH OF THE NA2ARENB
448 Frangipanl St. Ancon. C.Z.
Rev, timer u Heuon, Pastor
Box 297 Balboa, C.Z.
Sunday School ..
Worship Sarvica .......
Youth Service .......
.Evangelistic Service .,
Prayer Service, Wed.
... 9:45 a.m
... 10:45 am
... 8:45 pm.
.u' 7:30 p.m
. 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Margarita School Gymnasium
- Paster Ralph L. Hysong
' Write: Box 5018 Margarita. C.Z
.. v; Phone: J-1583
Sunday School ...... ,.':
Evening Service ,.
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
. Panama R.P. 23rd Street East
i Kev N Brawn. Minister
Divine Worship :30 a.m
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
Sunday Masses 7. 7:45 11:46
,i. 3:00 p.m.
JEHOVAH S WITNESSES
Meetings Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Win Memorial
808 Balta Road Balboa
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting: Sunday 8:30 a.m.
Sunday School; Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m.
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 a.m.
MIA; Wednesday 1:30 p.m.
- Primary; Thursday 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road. Gatun
Sunday School; Sunday 9:30 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11 :00 a.m.
" CtlRUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
" V Milton K. Leldlg. Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-5108
Sunday School 9:30 am
(A class for every sge)
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
. Youth Fellowship ......... 6:00 p.m
Eevening Worship ........ 7:00 pm
Prayer and Praise (Wed.) 7:00 pm.
A church nurse? in provided.
. OLU CATHOLIC CHUKCB.
- Bt Raphael The Archangel
i i 13th St West No. 1 (
.Jloly Bucharisti Sunday aviso 8
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and ,Tb'
Sacrament or unction
vice) First Sunday td
7 JO pm.
Meal HallbeL. ChrlarJaa Church
PanamA R. P.
Rt Rev T. jamea. D. D. Blshoe
' U First Street
Urbanizaclon 1 Carmen, Panam City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays ..8:00 pat
Colon, 8th A Front Streets
(npstalrs Americas) Basaar)
Study Claasea Thuradaya. I JO p.m.
BETHEL MISSION CHXJRCB
Espalaba St, Paraiso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba R Stewart, raster
Sunday: 11:00 ajn. Worship Sarvica,
8:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:15 pjn. Gospel Service.
Mnndav! J jo Youne Peonlea Society
Wednesday: 7:30 Mid-week Christian
Tnufadav: 1:00 uioii nenearsai.
Friday: 7 JO Women's Missionary So
THE CHURCH OF GOD
Mrs. Maude Biaea. Paste
Sunday School 10:00 ajn
Morning Worship 11:00 ajn
Night Service 1H0 pjn
FIRST CHURCH OF GOO
Cor. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta.
Rainbow City, Canal teae
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
THE CHURCH OF GOD
tOSS Eighth Street Colon
' Ray. G. W. Grandlsoa. Pastor
Sunday School ........ .... 8:30 s.m
Mornlna Worship ............ 10:30 a.m
Night Sarvica IM pjn.
.- 0:00 a
'7 JO pja.
THE CHURCH OF GOD Rie Abate
Monte Osenro Rd--18th Bt,
Rev. Wm, J. iohasoa, Pastot
Sunday Schoo .............. 8:30 am
Morning Worship 10:30 ajn.
Night Servieo 7 JO csa
CHURCH OF GOD Pentecostal) if
"Rev. B. E. Watson. Overseer
Phono a-428. Box 253. Gamboa Y
Churchae at Paraiso. CjZ. (Rev. ahd
Mrs. Herman G. Whvte). Colon. R.P
(Rev. Fernando Lorence), Rio Abajo
(Rev. and Mrs. Charles Haynea), and
Cativa (Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Greevet).
Sunday end. weekdays services ot all
Diablo Heights. CX.
(near Diablo school)
Rev. Carl V. Thompson. Hinilter
Box 88. Diablo Heights. C.Z.
' Phones i Heme, Gemioo HI
Chareh Balooa 4271
Sunday School ............ 10:08 am
Worship Servieo 11 -00 a.m.
Youth Service 7.-00 pjn.
cvvenceimie service ... -7 14U pjn.
Wednesday: Bible Study
and Prayer Servieo 7 JO p hv
RyTDEMIR LUTHER AH CHURCB -'
Ralbea Road at Wight Street
. Rev. Robert P. Gsssack, Pastot
tX). Boa 888. Bolboo. ,'
Sunday School. Bible ciaaa tM ajaV
DivnM ttn lia lO-ia In.
1 Holy reosmiiaien. fust Sunday at the
Former chapel of Our Savtoura Erjis-I
eepai cnapet ara Bb ana ateienaea Ave.
Mr. Evrene H. Peaaei. vlrar
8Aday School, Bible Class IM am.
Divine Service 10:18 ajn. I
Holy Communion, last Sunday of the
r Jewish Welfare rwara Bid 11)2-X ta
duca Uoau Balboa. C.Z Ribbi Nathan
vV tikii.- 1( sector.
3arvio Friday 130 pm saturosv
4JI am i
i (See 4'ia listings oi jewlsn service.
uprr onsu Bases and Stations i
CongikKtiiion K.OI Sheanth Israel. Ave
.ilua Cb nd 36th Street Bella VUU
Panama City Services 8:00 p.m
CUMlbit-Vn CIC.NCA kUCMCHaA
'int Church ol Christ scientist Ancm
660 Ancon Boulevard
AuiiOay il .ou. weonimiat :(H ojb
Sundav Sobool 930 a.m
irsi cBurcti ui chriat, scientui, tristuna'
13th flu-eei a Uolivai Hiahwav
AiindHv 'srrwioi 4:9I em -Sunday
1K00 am Wednesday a:00 p m.
Posts and Bases
PAC1MC 811) a.
Church-tun ; Nursery School.
Sunday School (Building No.
Thursday. Evening Mld-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday ....
FORT KOBBE i
' Evening Worship
Worship Service, Madden Wye
Worship Service. Rio Hato ....
Christian Youth Fellowship ....
Soldler'sN Fellowship Thurs. ..
Officer's Christian Union Thurs.
ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASE
Adult Bible Class (NCO Club)..
Morning Worship 9:30 &
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Holy Communion First Sunday
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
(Holy Communion First Sunday
Navsl Radii. Station, Summit...
Sunday Masses 8:00 &
Monday Novena DevoUons .
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00 A)
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday Masses IM 4. 12:00
Spanish a.. ..... lva
Novena Services-Tuesday. '..
n uivii. ct ionnM BaHtms
Sunday Mass tM
AT.nnnmt air force base
Sunday School Bldg. 253 .... 0:00
Morning Worship 10 JO
Prayer FeUowship Bldg. 253
KYBB Wednesday Post Chapel 6:30
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel 1:30
Sunday School 8:30
Morning Worship 10:45
Youth Fellowship. Sunday .... 6:30
Bible Study, Wednesday 7:30
Ladles Chapel Guild, 1st Thurs. 1:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday School .8:30
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
FORT DAVIS 0
Daily Mass 7:00
Sunday Mass 8:30
Confessions: Saturday 6:00
Da lv Mass 7:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday. Masses ....... Is at 10:16
Confessions. Saturday . 6:00 A 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Sunday Mass ..
Greek Orthodox services are conduct'
ed at the Church of the Anunciauon.
Via Belisario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City. R.P.. and at
the Chureh of St. Anthony, Avenida
Melendez. Colon, BJ., on alternate Sufi-
days at 8:30. For further information.
call the omce ox me Army laiapiaua.
Weekly Services In all churches
.as f allows:
SATUHD AT : ...
Sabbath School 8:30 a.m. r-
Divine Service 110 a m.
Youth's Meeting 4 JO pjn.
end Prayer Service
Pacific Side Panaasl
Pastor W. H. WaUer TeL 28-8-UOg -Cabo
Verde. Ave. 1. T. de la Oaaa
No. 17 CborrUlo 25th No. 21 Pue
blo Wuevo Z-A St- between are) and 4th
Sts. Rio Abele lltn mo. ar bamboo
Pastor G. D. WUllaasii-TeL 8-5S8
Pastor A. A. Orixxle TeL 8-108
caoiiaiea recme srae raaaaas
Pastor Norberto Qulroa ..
Panama. Calls Darien No. S
Pedregal A Nvovo Guarara.
. Atlantic Side
O. A. Jeffrieo TeL
Colon - .'
Criatobel Fnglith lfh A Bolhraf Ave.
CrtatobaJ Soanishisth BoUvag Ave.
8844 GavOaa. Eoad-Tei. 8-185 Jk 1X531
Thanatglvlntr Sarvleaa" : ",
At St. Peter's, La Boca
Emphasis on the- blessing receiv
ed, miring the year, by St. Peter's
c'mirch in La Boca, which has sur survived
vived survived far reaching changes in the
community, will be made at
thanksgiving services Scheduled
ior tomorrow. -- VJ r
Tha thanksirivin? sprvirpsw ill be
held in traaitionai style, marked
bv a eucharist with nrocession be
ginning 11 a.m. A special commu
nion stectmg win do sung oy we
chojr lor this celebration. : ;'v
Duriha the o.lertory; the church
school pupils will present their
baskets oi fruits and vegetables at
the altar, as there will be no 'Chil 'Children's
dren's 'Children's service.
Opening the observance wi 1 be
maunis at 9, a.m. The concluding
service for the day is evensong at
7:30 p.m., climaxed with thanting
oi the Te Deum.' f
The Rev. Jolin Spear, priest in
charge, will be o 1 1 1 c i a n t and
preacher at the eucharist and e
vensong. At 10:30 a.m. he will im
part instructions to the confirma confirmation
tion confirmation ciass.
At Santa Clara
The Rev. ALan R. Wentt and
several leaders of St. A 1 b a n's
Church Paraiso, left last evening
ior Santa Clara on a weekend re retreat.
treat. retreat. The retreat is being conduct
ed by the Rt. Rev. R. ijeber Goo Goo-den,.
den,. Goo-den,. bishop oi the missionary dis district
trict district of the Panama Canal Zone.
In the absence of the Rev.
Wentt, the Rev. John Spear,
priest-in-charge of St. Peter's La La-boci,
boci, La-boci, and St. Simon's Gamboa
6i nfiirialp anrl nrparh at the
choral communion this Sunday, be beginning
ginning beginning at 9 a.m. the Rev, Wentt
will be back in time for evensong
at 7 p.m.
Mavt Cimrlav will h Harvest
thanksgiving services at St. Al-
trail's T.pnriinf a nrocession iHtO
thA fhnrr-h at the moraine service.
the church school pupils will car carry
ry carry baskets of fruit an members
of the Y.r.t ., aressea in native
costume, will carry native ; foods
or presentation ai me auar.
A musical concert at 3-p.m.' will
highlight the thanksgiving observ observance.
ance. observance. Featured artists will be Pro
fessor Teodoro Tirelii, concert vio violinist,
linist, violinist, Professor Hans Janowitz,
concert nianist. Father Wentt. ba
ritone and Mrs. Mary Callender,
soprano, in addition to bt. Aldan s
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"Churches of the Eastern Rites"
will be the subject of talk to
be given by Edward Harold, pro
gram omcer of Point rour in the
Republic of Panama, al the No November
vember November meeting of the Altar and
Rosary Society on rucsday at the
social hall of Sacred Heart chapel.
for more than twenty years Ha
rold has made a study of Eastern
churches in his extensive travels..
The tecame interested m the sub subject
ject subject as a student at Holy Cross
College in the United Slates, when
he was invited to join a Russian
choir being organized by a Greek
Catholic priest, newly arrived
in the United States. "Although
most Americans are familiar with
the Mass in Latin, Harold has vis visited
ited visited parts of the world where
Mass is said in Greek Slavonic,
Aramaic, Arable, Rumanian, Rus Russian.
sian. Russian. Croatian, and other languag languag-ges.
ges. languag-ges. AS a UNRRA was relief officer
stationed near Suez. Harold attend attended;
ed; attended; Mass of the ancient Coptic
rite, said in Arabic. He also vis visited
ited visited the Holy Land studying the
customs of several Oriental rites
in churches where Mass Is said in
He will report on the Conference
on Oriental Rites, held annually
at Fordham University In New
York, with Mass at Saitil Patrick's
Cathedral in the Eyantine rite,
to acquaint people with customs
of Eastern churches. Several thou thousand
sand thousand Americans whose families
Rainbow City, Santa, Cruz
Choose CD Officer Slate
The annual election of officers
for the Cant Zone Civi) Defense
Volunteer Corps for the towns of
Rainbow City and Santa Cruz
was held Wednesday and Thurs Thursday
day Thursday respectively. An entirely
newj slate was elected in the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Side community and at
Santa Cruz two new officers were
Mrs. Ruby Wilson: Zone Warden,
and Mrs. Hortencia CritchlOw, As Assistant
sistant Assistant Zone warden were un unanimously
animously unanimously re-elected t Santa
Cruz. Julian A. Wynter was elect
ed First Aid Warden and Miss
Elena Winter named to the post
At Rainbow City, the otlicers
elected were: Zone Warden, Mrs.
Mahel Anderson; Assistant Zone
Warden, Mrs. Verona McDonald;
First Aid Warden, Mrs. Idalia Ri
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have come from Rus-u. Rumattii.
Armenia, Lebanon, Fgypt. Greece,
and other countries belong te
Churches (p these rites. V
Mr. Harold will p!ay records of
1 I 1 u i.
tiiuriu muoii; uacu uy i u e a e
groups. Members may bring
guests, and interested women of
the community are invited to at
tend. Refreshments will be served.
chard and Secretary, Miss Sever
The Volunteer Corps at Rainbow
City plans a combined Christmas
party and installation of officers
on Dec. 14 at the Music Room of
the Rainbow City School. This is
an annual event of this en
thusiastic group of volunteers.
Last year's party war an i out
standing event and Mrs. D. Alexis,
the Zone Warden, and her com
mittee plan an even more success successful
ful successful party this year." '.
Philip L. Dade, Civil Defense
Chief,- directed the elctions at
The election for the town of
Paraiso will be held cn Monday
evening, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m.
at the Paraiso School.' All mem
bers of the Volunteer Corps arer
expected.. ,.? t j.
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SATTODAT, NOVEMBER 16, 19SX
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Isthmian Sports Car Club
Jo Hold Gymkhana Tomorrow
. By JOE DEE
Tomorrow the Isthmian Sports
Cr Club will sponsor a gymkha
sal It will be a real test of driv
ing ahilitv. heald at Pacora Air
The gymkhana can fairly be
eomnared with the truck rodeos
f DODular in the United States
It la a rugged test of the, driver's
capabilities and the agile response course. He's given a second trip
ol his machine. Speeu is not uie around to see if he can. improve
main faaor although it is cer- either his time or his accuracy, or
tainly an important one, lor the both of course,
saieiy, of driver and vehicle, is The activities committee has "out
weil demonstrated and the maxir a g00(j deal, of thought and plan-
mum speea ior ooiu vermuu. imng ini0 tms event, and it prom'
It's hard to sav what the gym-i lp '-n hp ft PAfll rnntmmt
khana will include. One s imagi- cars will meet at tocumen do
nation can wea be carried away. cle at 8:30 a.m. and will proceed
It could include anything irom
straight forward and reverse driv
ing to fancy slalomes, parking,
cornering and even mechanical
checks and changes.
The scoring system is a rather
complicated one, each driver los
es point for each degree of inac
curacy in his tip around the
wni.r.vwnoD. Calif. (UP)
Vince Martlnei, 27-year old welter welterweight
weight welterweight contender from Paterson,
N.J.. Lit beta established a 14-5
favorite over Ramon Tiscareno of
Tnar7 Mexico, in their 10-round
bout Saturday night in Hollywood
from there to
on time so we
Pacora. Pleait .be
can all leave to-
An aee of old-time hockey, Aurel
Jolisi wai a linetnate with Im
moral Howie l.ire:!r of In?' Mnnt-
renl Ca:artirn. T'hiiu.ah only JS5 JS5-poiinrler,
poiinrler, JS5-poiinrler, Joliat wowa up, h! ca career
reer career vi'.b the same tots) f goals
as Morenr 270 T until recent
seasons a mark thought to be un-
rfscnabie. He played il seasons
Whatever hapDened to Aurel Jo-
Hat? Today he is living ouietly in
Ottawa, Canada, where he is em employed
ployed employed as a railway ticket agent.
EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC
OF PANAMA: and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT
, ING CARGO FOR WEST COAST OF
4 SOUTH AMERICA.
SANT OLIVIA Nov.
SANTA CAfALINA ; ......... Nov.
SANTA RITA Nov.
SANTA TERESA Nov.
SANTA ELISA Dec.
SANTA INES Dec.
SAILS SAILS ARRIVES
Philadelphia New York Cristobal
Nov. f:i NoM ; 13 Nov; M
-Not. UtOIiOi' No' :25l
Nov. 22 Nov. 27 Dec. 2
Dec. 1 Dec. 4 Dec. 9
Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 16
Dec 15 Dec. 18 Dec. 23
To Colombia, Ecuador, Peru k Chile TO NEW YORK
SANTA CECILIA Nov. 21
SANTA MARIA .....Nov. 28
SANTA MARGARITA Dec. 5
SANTA MARGARITA ...... Nov. 20
SANTA BARBARA Nov. 27
SANTA LUISA ... ... Dc. 4
CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE
From U. S. Pacific & West Coast
'Central America to the Panama Canal
SANTA ANITA Nov. 17
SANTA CRUZ ............. ...Nov. 30
To West Coast Central
America & U. S. Pacific Port
.-. Dec. 7
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY
CRISTOBAL 2131-2135 PANAMA 2-0556-2-0557
Could f Become 2nd Highest
NEW YORK (VP) Hank
Aaron's newly-won honor as the
most valuable Player in the Na
tional League today placed the
Milwaukee Brave sluscer in a po
sitlon to bid for a $45 000 contract
That salary, compared to the
$28,500 he received this year, prob
ably would make him the league's
highest-salaried player with the
Exception at $80,000-a-year Stan
Musial, whom he beat out by a
scant nine points in the annual
balloting by the Baseball Writers
Association of America. Musial
was bidding for a record fourth
Receiving a big leaguer's most
coveted award capped a season in
which the 23-year-old Aaron hit
.322 and led the N.L. wrth 132 runs
batted in and 44 hont. rs, including
the one that clinched the Braves'
first pennant. Aaron is the fourth
straight member of his race to
win the N.L. award and the sev
enth since Jackie Robinson broke
the color line In 1947,.
"I'm grateful to (manager)
Fred Haney and my teammates
for their assistance,'' said' Aaron
in Chicago. "I want to thank all
the writers, who voted me the hon
or and only hope I can keep play playing
ing playing for many years..!'
In Mobile, Ala., Hank's mother,
Mrs. Estella Aaron,' revealed- that
Aaron believed that Braves' imv
ond-baseman Red I Schoendienst
would get the award and added,
"I figure the man (general man
ager jonn uutnn m the Braves 1
ought; to give Hank' what he asks
for next year.'? iHank tried for
$35,000 before' settlina .' for 16.500
less last'. yearM v'1 ;-
A sleepy-eyed, lithe Neern from
Mobile, Aaron has.been tabbed as
a potential all-time great since he
entered the league in 1954. He hit
.280 that season, rose 4o 314 hi
1955 and won the batting cham championship
pionship championship with a .328 mtirk In 1956,
CZ Ail-Star Football Team Ballot
Readers are' Invited to vote for a 1957 All-Stat canal Zone
football team Fill out the following ballots, 11 and "post them to
the Sports Editor Tne ranama American, box 134, Panama. Mark
the envelope "All-Star Team." .;. a ?: v -r&
Ballots received through Thursday will count. ; j
Reader3 are also Invited to vote for the player of the year,
the back of the year and the lineman of the year.
All members of the Athletic Club, Balboa High School; Cris
tobal High ecnoi and Junior coiiege squaas are eligible.
Mikan s Cage
Dolph Schayes, one of the under
rated stars of the National Has
ketball Association, broke George
Mikan s total-points record Thurs
day night t as he scored 29 points
for a nine-year total of 10,171 in
leading Syracuse to a 97-84 vie
tory over the Philadelphia War
Schayes hasn't been the spectac
ular player .that Mikan was, and
his Syracuse team didntt errorize
the league as did the Minneapolis
Lakers of Mikan's heyday, so six
foot-eight-inch Dolph didn't get the
headlines that Mikan did.
But he sot the points.
Rookie Woody Sauldsberry led
Philadelphia with 21 points. It was
the only NBA game Thursday
Tonight St. Louis is at Syracuse.
New York at Cincinnati .and Min
neapolis at Detroit.
Player of the year:-
Bout Dec. 6
CLEVELAND (UP) Isaac Lo
sart of Cuba and Gasper Ortega
of Mexico will fight here Dec. 6
in the first elimination 12-rounder
of the international totrnament to
produce a welterweight cnampion.
The' 147-pound crown was left
vacant on Sept. 23 vhen Carmen
Basilio. then welterweight champi
on, won the middleweight title
from Sugar Ray Robinson.
Locart. 24. is top contender in
the rankings of both the Ring
Magazine and the National Boxing
Association. Ortega, 22, is rated
seventh by the ring and sixth ty
Gatun Swim (lasses
The 'following swimming classes
are to begin Monday, Nov. 18 at
the Gatun swimming pool.
School age Children
Monday Beginning swim Gat-
only; Wednesday Beginning Swim
Gatun- Only: Friday Begin
ning; Swim Gatun only. (
Monday int. Swim Gatun
and Cristobal --Beginnimr' Swim3
-!'OrtstobaitOnly; .Tuesday Adv.
swim. Gatun and Cristobal;
Wednesday Int. Swim Gatun
and Cristobal Beginning Swim
Cristobal Only; Thursday Ad
vanced Swim Gatun and Cris Cristobal;
tobal; Cristobal; Friday Int. Swim Gatun
and Cristobal Beginning Swim
Monday Swimmer Gatun
and Cristobal; Tuesday Sr. Life
Saving Gatun and Cristobal;
Wednesday Swimmer Gatun
and Cristobal; Thursday r. Life
Saving Gatun and Cristobal; Fri Friday
day Friday Swimmer Gatun and
: ;.'' tditor; CONRADO SARCEANT-',
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DONALD HUMPHREY Mas Mas-cQt
cQt Mas-cQt of the Cristobal High
i School Tigers.
DONALD HUMPHREY Eight
year man, Cristobal High
By TREVOR SIMONS
Today's "Tiger Rags" salutes
the boy with the most service
for the Cristobal High School Ti
gers. Sixteen 'yea. 'Old Junior,
Donald Humphrey, has worn a
Tiger uniiorm tor 8 years ana
will have 9 years service when
he graduates in 1959.
Donald first joined the Tiger
staff In 1949, the first year of
tackle football, and .served as
mascot at the age of 8. As an
eighth grader Donald's status
was changed to that of manager,
having outgrown his familiar
number (V) that he had worn
since joining the varsity.
Donald has been a full-fledged
player on the Tiger varsity squad
since tne iootbau season of 1945
46. school year and this year, as
Junior, has r performed well
He enjoys playing football and
a scrappier or. better hustler
cannot be found on the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal staff.
Though he Is listed as "second
string" quarterback, Donald 'has.
already played enough quarter
to. earn his letter and should be
one of the wheels with the BJLuei
and old gridders of 1958.
enough to asstire ..hl'mselfyi first
string quartefMcr agd n.6llshf
.,',.' ,ftw.j t-
This" C4rfstol'al''Dac44flelc! ,'spen
elallst Is good when, running
from halfback- too. hut would
like to take a crack at playing
center. Actually, Humphrey Is
not particular where he plays.
To 72-Hole Medal
Back ef the year:-
Llneman f the year :-
(Unsigned ballots will not be counted)
Maiyland 18 Miami (Fla.) 6
North Texas St 68 Youngstown
West Chester 5l California (Pa.)
Nebraska Wesleyan 27 Midland 6
East Contra Costa 21 Menlo 12
Pratt JC 21 El Dorado JC 19
SAM I OLD STAND
HaUandafer Fla. (NEA) -Bryan
Steele will do the starting
for the 14th consecutive year at
LONG BEACH, CaUf..(UP)-The
only professional match-play golf
tournament in America, the PGA
championship, was past history to today
day today replaced by a medal play
tournament because of economics.
The Professional Golfers Associ Association,
ation, Association, winding up a-week of busi business
ness business sessions, voted Thursday to
change from match to medal play
because, the last tournament lost
"We'll hold a 7? -hole tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, with 18 holes played each
day,'' said, Joe Novak, PGA
spokesman. VWe dropped the
match play bytfnanimoHs vote be because
cause because we lost money this1 year and
the players themselves prefer
medal play. s
Ken Boyer Ceu!d be
!Nan In Cards'
'58 Pennanf Drive
ST. LOUIS "f UP) Ken Bnvr
the St. Louis Cardinals center
fielder and-or ; third baseman,
could be the key wan da a Red.
bird drive to a 1958 National
n a. At. -i -ti.j...t .!.... ::'.
j am me nusxy ana aanasom
rignt'-hamleaTr slugger remains a.tT
question-marked baseball asset.'
In his rookie year of 1955 he hit
18 home runs, batted an unim-
pressive .264 and drove dn -62 runs.
In the season just ended he wasv;?
right back where he started,
mg remarKaDly close to his hegin 1
ner's debut with 19 homers, a .26J
average and 62 runs batted in.
In between of course, he made
a banner Boyer year of 1956 with
26 round-trippers, a .306 average
and 98 rbi's.
Bing Devine,: the Cards new
general manager,' ha sref erred to
Ken as "having the greatest po
tential" of any man on the team.'
And the controversial 26-year-old
was called "the reluctant draBon'f
by departing G-M Frank Lahe. ''
Lane was reported ready to nut
ffloyer on' the trading block, and
1 L 1 . 1 I
juevine nas not. ruiea out. me pos rl
sibiuty. '.-;.;. .,
But the Cardinals' front office" ''
has an uneasy suspicion that Ken
might realize his potential, keep
his overdue date with baseball '"
greatness, in another uniform.
HAD WR0N6 MEN
UNIVERSITY PARK. Pa. (NEA)
-Penn State homecomers who had
been told to watch Vanderbilt's
Big Chief King came sadly away
from the mtersectional game talk-
ing about another Commodore
back, passing Boyce Smith.
2nd 6th. 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
4th and 8th Race
9th Race 4lh Series Imported 6 Fgs.
Purse $600.00 One-Two-
1. RAQAZA -. .. F. Alvarez 108
2. EMBASSY B. Baeza 110
3. DELTA A. Visqaex 118
4. M. STUARDO -..........S. Hernandez 101
5. OPULENTO A. Alfaro ....... 105
6. -LOUVRE Jn6 Rodriinez 1 1 5
10th Race 1st Series Imported 6 Fgs.
1. DOUBLE FOUR ...B. Baeza ... 126
2. QONETINO w.F. Alvarez ...... 116
3. MELENDE2 ...... .,........V. Orteja ....... 110
4. QAVTLAN . ; J. Phillips 1 1 6
For the convenience
of our patrons we are
now operating both at
CHILDREN ARE NOT
ALLOWED AT THE
r e i
r, NOVEMBER !,. 1957 5 ' i - -
' DOWLINO LIAOUI vt
The Elk No. 1543 took com
bunding lead thi wi w
took four ponti from
sAssn..-while Grant Standfast and
fcasa Yohro. to second ano. inu
only one- iaueu i
(Bensen' 483) while Sander 1
wa Mglfc Guest' 494 was the high highest
est highest any Cop foiled.
John' 234 -i ,th'thirf
abled Grant'i h '""-."Sm
and total pinfall but Hogan MBO
aeriea led Yohros and t theMme
kim Pt .hm into xu 1 w mm-
M far tbii aeaion te toll 600 or
nippint d took threo before they
"oS up. Blakely' 4 led the Fez
Men a& took Clai C ktbi .week
Spinney' MB waalugh. tpr the
Ace but it didn't wm a thing.
'Pepsi-Cola really came into the
winning circle when they took Jour
points from Wright Plumber,
they beat them two games scratch
and with a ftl pin handicap really
walked If with t works.
k-. : Standings
Five leading averages .-Coffey,
176. Pahl 170, Sullivan 169 Folder
St ett Atwater 4 lalboa Beer
F. Icazt's Scott-Atwater ou t
board" motor are pulling a w a t
rom the rest of the pack, v and
now enjoy a four point 1 a d.
Thursday night at tne Balboa
Bowie-arena they splashed, all e
ver the Balboa Beers.
. As the saying goes,- "Winners
get the breaks,'7 proved to be the
ease with the Scott Atwaters, be
cause their output of knocking
down pins was not at top speed.
but the Balboa Beer Boy were
so flat that the putt putt pal of
Scott-Atwater .had ; any time.
Of the ten bowlers only one nit
500 and that was Jimmy Bowen
with 503, and for the losers Earl
Freund drafted a foamy 459. The
heavyweight pins are dragging
down all the bowlers in the
ZwiHh 0 Pepsi Cola
A Wmtiem Atan.
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t 107 124 155
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98 756 733 2187
61 61 61 18S
si ,i 7SI 817 794 2370
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179 182 195 558
17T 167 16ft 518
:14t 177 187 505
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831 906 821 2551
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! 176 193 163, 532
J,' 220 173 156 549
v.194 223 203 620
868 945 8181639
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, 185 144 134 463
' 160 139 179 478
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159 153 145 457
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79 799 79 237
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f t. BLAI6A"MIN'l lkagui :
F.. Iera Scott at rT-l". 17
Kent Cigarette Vw 13
Crawford Zenith TV
Blue Star Milk
: Dunlop Rubber ..,
Imuran ione -'-.
The I former vunnerup Zenith
TVs toppled as the TV tower on
Ancon Hill and, Peosi Cola f ath
ered four big points. The .soft
drink lads had three kegiers that
knocked down the maple pins for
marks over 500.
Ski Prusinowski and Bay Schnei
der naa wenticai- pin n, 5Z3 ana
Tony Luttenperger turned in the
same total as last week, a 545.
For the off tre air. Zenith TV's
the-best was .485 by A! Walker.
These two teams plus Blue Star
are in a triple tie for third place,
Kent Cigarettes 4
The Kent Cigarettes made the
biggest r advance, jumping from
fourth slot up to second, with a
King Size four; point sweep. The
Kent filtered by a squeaky aix
pins in the first set-to. But after
that the Dunlop Rubber Kings had
no Dounce lett and were over'
whelmed by) 139 and 120 pins.
- Billy4 the Kid Coffey, tossed : 1
557 pack, and his pupil Gil Qileon
was riiii oening nis maestro wiu
542.- Big GCorge -Folger was the
best in th rubber grove, with
Martini Vermewth 3
The Martini. Vrmouth.,mfxed
and. appetizing nd Uft frwhing
inree point victory, ana SKimmed
tne JBiu JStar Dairymen." On in
the middle game were : the Milk
ers a bl to save enough, cream to
Salvage at least one point. Wally
Keller Jed both squads with 5526
ana &yi wicsnam was the best
in the Blue Star lineup -with a
mere 46. v
Owran. Coffee 3 Xillman Cars 1
The Hillman Cars -all oeooed no
took the first' same bv 87 nin
and it appeared that "they were go-
uia 10 airve awax to a eood mht
But the Duran Coffee Sippera put
on v the heat under the kettle and
started to nercolate in ennii fh.
ion ana wnen it was au over the
Hillmans were aitched and the
Duran Coffee Chaps enjoyed a full
three point cup advantage. Lei
rani, was reauy perking with a
220 single and a 548 series, and
Bob Barker got rid of last week
spiititis disease and drove a- 526
Model series for the Hillmans.
Dee 'for Duran) Carter cached a
Tlvoli Travel 3, Canada Dry 1
v,f.'-- if r"y ft' ;
Here was a tussle to keen nut
of the cellar, and the travelers
traveled 126 sin milea tin the road
from the Canada. Drv "Do-Noti"
in the first game. However, they
stopped and before thev knew it
the Canada Dry "do-its" rallied
and won by-six Dins. But this dis-
turbedV the Tivoli Travel Acents
so much that they clobbered the
Canada Dry, "do ?. nots" by ; 128
pins. -. y. ; ;4
For their reward the ereen shirt
boys from Tivoli-Avenue are outj
01 me, woods wnereas Canada Dry
are lickings their wounds in the
cellar. in, company" of the Hillman
Cars. Bill Good was a tnttriv hnv
ior xne travelers witn 496. and
John Barbour of-Canada Drv m.
ed a 483.
L 600 Society None
zwi Monop.Kou Pahl 320, Bar Barker
ker Barker 201, Gilleoa 204, Coffey 200.
LEXINGTON,. Ky. (NEA) The
recruit-aominated Kentucky font-
ball team managed to push across
onryene touchdown in the 'firat
half of a disappointing campaign
against five atraieh: Southeastern
LONGEST OP KIND-
NOTRE DAME (NEA) -The 31st
renewal of the loncest continu
ous sintersectional rivalry in col
lege football takes place, Nov, 2,
when Notre Dame plays Navy.
ly HXRY .GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) It may
surprise non-believers to learn that
the last three heavyweight wrest
ling, shows at Madison vc square
Garden drew 60,000 paid I admis
sions and $180,000.
Prnmntnra tell vdl' that hll is
unusual at this time of year be
cause business ordinarily fall ou
as the holidays approach and our our-Ins
Ins our-Ins the period of transition, be
tween the outdoor and indoor sea
v Th nhenomenon is attributed to
the fact that the carnivals are not
televised and to the thousands ot
Puerto Ricansnow in New York;
They saw their tool, Miguel Perez,
rise., from a Dre'iminary nobody
ana aaopiea w leaping niraiu
Anyway, National Hockey
League game was switched to
Saturday a ternoon to make rooom
for the frunt and groaners on
a Saturday night when the grap-
piers turned thousands awaly. -,
TH I HAMMER AND LOCK men
ehanled the act to pack tne
house. Frofesional wrestler used
tn hn iiflv creatures who WOUia
enter the ring glaring at and
seemingly trying, to frighten each
other and the audeince ven
Wn thav ctartad tn null ana IUK
Now the combatants are ballet
dancers, tumblers and wnainot
who climb into the battleplt wrap;
ped in ornate robes which woiua
rtn credit to Mike TOaa.
Al.Maver the old flint manag
er whn returned to the antiquat
ed dodge because of the -anticipat
ed winter Doom, aya me compe competition
tition competition from horror movies put the
ugly characters out of business., business.,-The
The business.,-The freak have disappeared,
mirh an the French. Swedish and
Canadian Angels with their, close-
Iv ahaved. esc-shaped heads, uut
arc the fat men like the 540-pound
Martin Levy, etc. .
Ttasltn dva their hair all co
lors with the posssime exception ot
green and don't bt surpruea u a
behemoth bobs uo with that tinge.
There are all tort 01 naira.
Some of them let their hair grow
and tie it back in horse tau lasn
ion. Instead of ireaka, we n 0 w
have orofessors like Roy Shires
Edouard Carpentier, a. tumbler;
is recognized' py one group as
champion. The other booking agen
ev atill nuts Lou Thesi on top.
Soma of the contestants contend
that the most .formidable in a
shoooting match would, be Lou
Brieht.' who came out of Colore
do, grew a long moustache, let it
droop and became Jura, w won
golian. (. .'. : ,j ;xm Jr..-'
- HEADLINI WRRSTLIRS ARI
makings more moneyi than ever
before." Rocca, These, Ricki -Starr
and Killer Kowalski cam $100;000
a year, Performers like. Rocca ana
Primo Camera are guaranteed
$10,000 in places like Caracas, Ve Venezuela.
nezuela. Venezuela. Rocca, who took 'Joe
Steerer' body scissors sloft, has
been big bucks office for 10 years,
The big fellow,' who could have
earned $30,000 a year in the Ar Argentine
gentine Argentine as a soccer player, grap
ple ix nights a week.
Recca, the Muttnik of. the mat,
contends) that the wrestler who
doesn't stand still to be kicked in
the puss in unorthodox. In Antoni-
no s nook,' the opponent who
moves is a bum.
THESZ, WHO STICKS pretty
much to the old line, is iusf back
from the Far East, where he lay lay-ed
ed lay-ed to 100,000 people in -T ok y 0.
Starr is a bal'et dancer. Kowalski
and Bruiser Affile are the un-to-
date version of the villain. 1
Camera, who has made more
money wrestling than he did as
the heavyweight boxing champion,
is slated to play the leading role
in a new movie version of Frank
enstein. .it nis legs now out. .?
But the ndint ii that the ideal
pro wrestler of today would be a
croas between an overstuffed Pat
Boone and Julius LaRosa. He
would be kind to his mother and
kid and have humility. 'v
INlce To Have
Him Around I
fflOtJLDER. Colo. (NEAV- Bob
au-anaxy, wno is compiling a re
markable rushing record for Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, doesn't wsste wordi diihinc
out credit to the yocn man most
"It's John Wooten,' explains
Halfback Stransky. "John nulla
out to lead interference on all my
wide plays And he really clears
the way. He's a deadly blocker.
out most surprising is -the quick
ness with which oe gets out in
front. You don't have to wait or
waste time while he vets, Into the
hole. All our guys block well.
but John is biggest and best,"
Stransky and Wooten are off-
campus buddiers. --r
I like to have the big guy with
me. even off the field,: grip Bot
"He's real good company and it's
reassuring to have cum .around.'
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Gehe Fullmer To Get First
Crack at Middleweight Title
If Sugar Robinson Retires.
FISHERMAN ALL Frank Violette and Jean Spencer com' com'-pare
pare com'-pare notes on marlm catching with Lt. Col'. M. F. Moucha
(right) who caught, tht largest marlln in the recent Pana Panama
ma Panama Marlin Club tournament. Moucha's fish-was a 647 lb.
Figures stand up-.Tootball sta sta-ticstics
ticstics sta-ticstics are not always as reliable
as, say, those used to define the
struatual fascinations of Italian
cinama. aftists.v But, in thecase
of Lee Grosscup of Utah, a posiU
ive exception must Le noted. This
young man came up to the Army
game with credentials which des described
cribed described Mnv as the best passer in
.college football,, having completed
59 Ot it trie tor a pnenomena
.718 average. jThev game over, no
one, least of aU Red auav,. tne
chaUeng the legitinacy of ufitol
RIADY FOR PROS ..Blaik could
not recall when he had seen a
mora talented passer. Would that
include the pros. tWaik hesitated
'I .don't see enough of them to
know.". ..Someone mentioned ;Sid
Luckmsn of whom the Army
coach had seen plenty, ootn in col
lege and pro football... Oh, 1
wouldn't hesitate to put him ahead
of Sid," he unhesitatingly said,
thi boy ha a better atronger arm
and nerhaos a more accurate one.
I sot the impression he can hit
his receiver from any place on
the field."...Blaik think the Utah
ace can make any pro team in
the country. m
THI'COLDIN ARM...Due main
ly to Grosscup's remarkable-arm,
the..Utes, as the Skyiine Confer,
ence -leaders are cunningly called,
ran up 3 points (19 in the final
quarter) against an Army defense
whose response ranged from
tile to frantic. This was a sesson 1
'high against Army,, equaling the
combined offensrva pillage m
Penn State. Pittsburg and Colgate
"The boy-was a revelation,", con'
ceded Blaik. "Also, a headche. I
Since Army eventually won, Blait
could afford to be pbiloaophical...
"I'm glad we saw him. Our defense'
must have learned a Jot." ;
For POWER -r
ana nKviWlVl J
PIGSKIN PABULUlf...lt comes
out that Grosscup has been pas passing
sing passing specialist since he was knee
high to a lollipop. Since he was 6,
to be specific. A diminutive foot football
ball football from a passminded dad mark marked
ed marked hia start. It was under similar
circumstances you may recall Bobhe chucked.
Feller went on to attain specta spectacular
cular spectacular success as a different sort
of pitcher. In high school Gross Grosscup
cup Grosscup was as statistically supreme' as
he was later to become in college
As an : exDeriement In sooonifeod
ing, the results cannot be without
interest-to farseeing parents, a
lumni, and coaches, even dieti
cians. , j,"
OFF AND RUNNING... Sutfny
Jim Fitzsimmons has never been
one to plaj the; red board, yeUh
was not surprised that Bold Ruler
won the Big Three championship
in the Garden State Bowl over
the Weekend.. ,"I had seen enough
of Gallant Man and Round Table
to be pretty sure bur colt could
hold his speed long enough to
beat them at a mile and a quarter'
I know they didn't have the speed
to run with him from the start;
if they did, they'd knock each
other out. Our problem was .sim
ple. Their s was complicated.
We didn't have to bother about
pace; they did."
HAPPY LOSERS. ..Not known .to
many, this was a race within a
race. The owners of Gallant Man
and Round Table, both oil capi capitalists,
talists, capitalists, aren't exactly buddy-buddy.
Though beaten by 2V lengths,
Gallant Man's heandlers were ju jubilant.
bilant. jubilant. Their colt had finished
ahead of Round Table by nearly
nine lengths. As one if the hand-.
ler said. ..plainly speaking for
the colt's multimillionaire owner:
"We'll hear no more from those
people about horse-of-fhe-year
INSIDE STUFF...Mr. Fitz still
considers the Ruler's best natural
distance is a mile and an eighth...
wBiit he can win at a mile and
a quarter, too, as he has demons demonstrated,
trated, demonstrated, and we'll go after the hand hand-caps
caps hand-caps next year.". ..Had he given
Arcaro any special riding instruc instructions?.
tions?. instructions?. ."Yes. I told him to dress
warm I was a cold day."...Round
Table's 10 straight wins had not
impressed the 83-year-old mar marvel..
vel.. marvel.. "There isn't a thing that horse
can do that ours can't do better...
including esting and sleeping,"
NEW YORK (UP) Manager
Marv Jenson disclosed today he
had a guaranteeing letter from
Jim Norri that would enable him
to force a middleweight title fight
in case Gene Fulln'er beats Meal
Rivers at Madison Square Girded
Fullmer won ipo lw-pouna
crown from Sugar Kay Robinson
last Jan. 22, Jenson explained.
t uiimer consented to oeiena
against Robinson indoors at Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Stadium on May 1, because
of the letter "of 'guarantee from
Norris, Jenson explained. And
Gene lost his title on a fifth-round
CLEMSON, S. C. (NEA) -Frank
Howard is one of the most quoted
A player ssked Clem son's head
man about a blocking assignment
after getting into th? secondary.
"If he ain't wearing the same
color uniform as ycu have .on,
obliterate him!" instructed How
ard, who claims ns walked out
of Barlow Bend, Ala., barefooted
on. a barbed wire fence with a
wildcat under each arm.
When the Clem son athletes
weren't working as well as s i he
thought they should. Howard told
them, "Come on, boys,-if you ar
Bjiina tn bill ...il.l- ft
Speaking of one of his favorite,
Peahead Walker, Howard says he
knows the Montral coach, is not
Th letter to Jenson,' dated April
23 a week before tne Chicago
fight and apparently signed by
, "Dear Marvin: This will con confirm
firm confirm our understanding. In the
event Gene Fullmer defeats Ray
Robinson in the middleweight title
fight on May 1, then the Interna International
tional International Boxing Club will promote a
fight In New York between Gene
Fullmer and Carmer Basillo for
the middleweight championship of
"In the event Robinson defeats
Fullmer, then the winner of the
Robinson-BasUio contest will meet
Gene Fullmer in a middleweight
Fullmer is rated second only to
Robinson among contenders, and
if he beats unrankerl Rivers Fri Friday
day Friday night. Jenson said. "I'll Insist
that Fullmer gets the first title
shot at Basmo, in case Robinson
retires and doesn't fight him.
"Or, if Robinson decides to fight
Basiiio,, I'll insist by legal
means, if necessary. that both
Rotvnson and Basilio sicn con
tracts, guaranteeing that the win
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In Softball Game V
The Fort Clayton officers 10ft-
ball team topped thu Fort Kobba
officers 12-7 Monday night at Fort
Kobbe in the first of a best two
out-of -three series.
Clayton copped the win with a
six run' fourth inning; which wa
highlighted by a home run by First
Lieutenant Garnet Vintes, the
team manager.: ..,
lieutenant Vintes started on th,
mound but First Lieutenant Jamer?
Dunbar came on to get credit for i
the win. First Lieutenant Charles
Wilson, Lieutenant Colonel David-
M. Ramsey Jr., First Lieutenant
Roy Storm and Major Roberto PeVi
ralta starred offensirely and, def--
ensively for the Clayton team.. Jj
First Lieutenant"" Joiin Farraa
slammed a home run for the Kob-w
be nine while First Lieutenant
Gene Tapscott and Charles .Andy .Andy-also
also .Andy-also were outstanding for: th Jo$-w
ing tteguiar nine.
WORSLIY TO FARM
NEW YORK v ( UF) Lorn
(Gump) Worsley,. erstwhile regu-
lar goalie of the Nrv York Rang-
ers, has been lent to Providence
where he will tend eoal tonight
when the Reds play Buffalo Wor Wor-sley,
sley, Wor-sley, who also, will play goal for
Providence on Bund ay. has been
replaced in the Ranger nets by
ner will defend against Fullmer." rookie Marcel Paille.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDICXT OAll.f "WftraVnT S ' V ; r'vf SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1337
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SHAPNEL'S furnished homes.
baich. Phom TliRmion,
Foittr coMiB '' houM,
m mil put Cuino. Phon Bl Bl-baa
baa Bl-baa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oentld CottgM
Santa CUra: Bw ISM Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. fhana Panama
3-1877. Crirtobal Mi71
OR RENT i CUn furnlihia"
room Privata bithroom and an an-tnnct.
tnnct. an-tnnct. Cooking faliciHaa. 43rd
Srraot No. 13.
' The Harvest" of the Seven Years
of Plenty, which romises to be
ouite a novel experience for par
ticinanti and worshippers, alike
will be celebrated at the First
Isthmian Baptist Church tomor
row and will be climaxed on Mon Monday
day Monday night at 7:30 p.m. with' a fes festival
tival festival of music.
The services on Sunday will be
at 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. with
Sunday School at, 8:45 a. m, and
Training Union at 6 p.m. The
Service at 3 p.m. will be dedicat dedicated
ed dedicated to young people. Tbe special
feature at this service will be the
precession of the seven year olds,
and a specially prepared program
to be given by the children.
hie special guest speaker at
this service will be Mrs. Louis A.
Sa'aley. Mrs. Sealey is the wife of
th pastor of the Calvary Baptist
Caurch, Panama City She did
extensive work among young peo people
ple people in the United States especially
among whit congregations and aha
la making her first appearance at
thp First Isthmian Baptist Church.
Kt the commencement of the
Bight Service the traditional Tin
Pfocesslon itlp gifts for the poor
and Needy will take place. The
Pieacher. will Jul, the Pastor of
tti Church, the Rev. Sylvanus A.
Si arlett. .,
rhe following are the services
jB:45 a.m. Sunday School for all
afes with Mrs. H. A. Scarlett as
Superintendent. 11 a.m. Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Service. ,6 p.m. Training U U-nfon
nfon U-nfon with Miss Mavis Catherwood
ai Directress. 7 p.m. Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving Service to be pteceeded by
tte traditional Tin Procession with
gifts for the poor and needy.
. a warm welcome awaits a 1 1
fcfenda and visitors.
FOR KENT: Modern ani com comfortable
fortable comfortable S bedroom house, next
to Madnrlto bulk) inf. El Can Can-are
are Can-are io; kotweter eonectlsna and 1
bedroom air-conditioned. Rental
SIZS.M monthlr. Apply Wolff and
K CeaBpanr Ltd., Slat Street Ha. S-
r si, teu s-aass.
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23-23 Peru Avenue:
ATTINTION. a 1.1 Juat butt
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2 bad rooms, not. cold wiror.
Phona Panama 1-4941.
FOR RINTi Apirrment. 2 bod bod-room,
room, bod-room, icraanod. Via Porrai 56,
$60.00. Keyi apartment I, call
telephone 2-2316; 1-0234.
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neighborhood. Call Panama 3 3-1650
1650 3-1650 diiring office hewn.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
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FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. One, two
and three bedrooms. Telephone
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FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
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Bahai Failh Head
Dies In London
Alter Flu Allack
The Baha'i World Community
reports the sudden passing on
Nov. 4 in London of his eminence,
Shoghi Effendi, Guardian 01 tne
Baha'i Faith, following an attack
nf Asiatic fla. He was the revered
head of the Baha'i Faith which
is established 'In wore tnatv&MU
countries and dependencies.
Shoghi Effendi becama- head of
the Baha'i Faith .in 1921 through
appointment by his grandfather,
Abdu'l-Bahi, son of el Bahi'u'llah
who was the founder of the Faith.
Abdu'l-Baha had directed the
affairs of the Faith following the
death of his father in 1892 and
until his awn passing in 1921.
Under the guidance of Shoghi Ef
fendi the Baha'i taitn spreaa 10
nearly every country of the world.
He laid the basis for a firm ad administrative
ministrative administrative order which is now
actively functioning on a world
Shoghi Effendi Rabbanl was born
in 1896 in Acre, Palestine. He
was educated in the American U U-niversity
niversity U-niversity of Beirut and in Baliol
College, Oxford. Much loved by
every member of. the Baha'i world
community, he occupied a unique
place in its history.
Besides guiding the spread of
the Faith and the building of its
administrative institupions, he
cratlv beautified Its World center
" '. J A T
on Mt. carmei ana in isat Is
rael, where pilgrim? flocked to
meet Shoghi EHendi ana 10 visix
the Baha'i shrines. ;
The sudden passing M snogni
Effendi in London came with no
warning of serious illness He naa
suffered from Asiastic flu for a
few days, but had appeared to
The funeral was held in London
on Saturday, November. 9. Later a
conference will be held wmcn, al alter
ter alter the meeting, will issue an an
nouncement concerning the future
of the Faith.
"--orial services will be cele celebrated
brated celebrated on Monday, by the Baha'i
-uties throughout the world.
Out Of Little Rock;
Guards Take Over
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 16
(UP) Paratroopers of the 101st
Airborne Division have been
pulled away from Central High
School for the first time since
they arrived to suppress Inte Integration
gration Integration violence Sept. 24,
A token force of federalized
Arkansas National Guardsmen
remained on duty at the school
where nine Negroes finished
their eighth week of classes yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The VS. circuit court of ap appeals
peals appeals at St. Louis set today for
a hearing on a suit for removal
of the troops. The suit charges
the federal troops at the school
violate the constitution in addi addition
tion addition to roughing up citizens and
endangering the uvea, property
and personal rights of the citizens.
The paratroopers were taken and out of Augusta homerous
to Camp Robinson, several mlle times, but. rarely have city offi offi-north
north offi-north of North Little Rock. A cials been at the airport to greet
spokesman said there was no him or bid him farewelL Usually
Immediate plan to send them I his arrivals here are routine af af-back
back af-back to their base at Fort Cmp- 'fairs with- the welcome party
bell, Ky. ccpf lned to close friends.
h" .?Pr r?. 9s1 or
oAIIUt nf -M aiaRRI8fN 4th at Jul tu A J Rt i rwis
fARMAClA LUX 1H Central Avonoo
VAN-UEH-J1S H sirool No B rAKM AfIA ri Tiiparp.. if.m
tho Blla Vtota Tkooiro. COLON
FOR SALE: 1953 Ford 2-deor,,
6-cyl., good lires,' radio and
heater, standard shift, excellent
condition, $750. Apt. 0277-A,
Gambea. Phono 6430.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
ton pick-up truck V-8, long bed;
watherproof top, radio. Call H
tel Roosevelt. Thomas Lockie.
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontlac, 4
door Sedan, radio $85.00 cash.
Call Gamboa 6-259.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick con condition
dition condition fair. Radio. Duty Paid.1
Phone 2-2624 Panama or 2 2-3717
3717 2-3717 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1949 Hudson. 4 4-door
door 4-door Sedan. Price $200.00. Call
Mrs. Peery, Hptel Tivoli.
FOR SLE: 1956 Chevrolet
Coupe, radio, wsw tires, like
new. Phone 1719. 752 Colon.
FOR SALE: Station wagon
Chevrolet 1955 duty paid, Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-6105.
"OR SALE: 1957 Plymouth
Belvedere, 2 door, many acces accessories.
sories. accessories. Balboa 2-2761. 764-D.
JOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, corns, callous callous-Ms,
Ms, callous-Ms, Ingrown toe nails, foot mas mas-safe,
safe, mas-safe, etc. i
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(Across Banco." Nacional)
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SAN JOSE EXCURSION
Nov. 28 Dec. 1
All Expense Tour for $65.00
Mayor Welcomes Ike
Back To Auousta
On Golfing Trip
AUGUSTA, Ga., Nov. 16 (UP)
President Elsenhower today
was the object of mixed emo emotions
tions emotions In this part of the Deep
South where he- Is visiting for a
brief golfing vacation. ?
He was welcomed to town by
the" Mayor x with apparent
warmth. But the Mayor also re-
ported A great deal of ill feel
ing toward tne president m Au Augusta
gusta Augusta as if result of his decision
to send troops' Into Little Rock.-
Thus it seemed that the people
of Augusta were glad to wel welcome
come welcome the Chief Executive back
here on hl 16th visit since his
1952 election; -but for the most
part, they disapproved heartily
of his school Integration poli policies.
cies. policies. If It bothered Elsenhower, he
gave no external evidence of it
because within a matter of min minutes
utes minutes after he and Mrs, Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower arrived here yesterday from
Washington, he was playing at
the Augusta National Golf Club.
The President got in 18 holes
and even a brief practice session
before darkness closed in
The President has been In
aqbnts ok uck omen at is-j
KXCHANUK J fo. 4
Central Avonno HIM T.l 431
FOR SALE: 24 cycle refrigera refrigerator
tor refrigerator $50.00; metal chest, $8.00;
metal buf at, $10.00; desk,
$15.00; steamer trunk, 5.00;
wicker chairs, $4.00; Lionel train
'accessories; boy's books; child's
bicycle; other furnishings. House -5155
Diablo; phone Balboa
4250; 4-6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Television 1956
modal, like now. Console type.
Call 3-1638 after 8:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Special sale today
until November 30 on all our
many splandored things, gor-
(sous Oriental novelties etc.
Lum s Ave. J. Frco. de la Ossa
40 (Auto row.) Reduced 30.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x12"
xl2". They are economical, light
and. do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco b Alfareria, S.
A.. Via Espafia No. 37-40.
FOR SALE: Chicago" skates;
suitcases; piano; blackboard;
toys; clothes; watches; miscel-
lanaoa. 2308-B. Lis Cruces, Bal
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 25
cycle $45, large radio $30,
phonograph $25, 25-60 cycle
converter $20. Balboa 2-2305.
By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) The Jump
from college to the professional
ranks is lougnesi m oasKQiDau,
There are several reasons for
this, starting with the scarity of
ttos. mere are only' so of them.
as against 400 Lr major league
baseball and 420 in pro football.
The turnover has been much
less since the National Basketball
Association became a solid or
ganization. The Combatant no
longer considers the pro game as
little more than a stopover be
tween college days and a business
career. The pay is good, so the
athlete plays longer. There rare
ly are more than or.e or two va
cancies a year on any club.
The size element stymies a lot
of ambitious lads in the pro league
A 6-5 forwar in college becomes
a backcourt man. A 6-7 center
becomes a cornerman. There are
exceptions, ot course, but gener-
uy speaking a pro has to stand
6-10 to play the Divot.
The difference in play?
"It's like putting the office bov
at an executive's desk," says
Charley Tyra, the Louisville All All-American
American All-American making ills bow with
the New York i Knickerbockers.
Young Tyra. a crackeriack under
ployed behind 6-11 Ray Felix, but
at e-8 may not be tall enough
to play center in the NBA.
So, out of 60 college stickouts
who tried out this season no more
than 10 will make it.
Further illustrating how diffi
cult is the bop, Lennie Rosen Rosen-hlut
hlut Rosen-hlut is to be lugged around by
because he has a contract that is
uncancelable for a year.
But the 6-5 Rovenbluth. star
shotmaker of the unbeaten North
Carolina squad which turned back
the remarkable The Stilt Cham
berlain and Kansas to win the
NCAA championship, is a substi substitute
tute substitute at best with the Warriors.
once more back in the picture
now that the great Tom Gola is
out of the Army. As one critic
observed, "Lennie is playing with
the big boys now."
Minneapolis has Sovlhern Meth
odist's 6-8 Jim Krehs. who. evert
looks like Clyde Lovellette facia l-i
ly, and West -Virginia s 6-4 merrv
screwball, Hot Rod Hundley.
But The professional "coaches
call this one of the worst crops
of recruits in years, and accentu accentuating
ating accentuating the situation is the fact thai
it comes on the heels ot two fine
turnourts. w V
Tommy Heinshohn Bill Russell.
Willi Nsulls, -Sihugo Green and
Da.ve Piontak came up last year.
You can still jet yoitr'1 ticket lor 'this x-:
". v, majoificent Raffle v
ONLY $4 and you may win: ; :
First: foLir-apArtmenf house on 49th Street between V
Federico Boyd and Urujuay Avenue. ?
Second:, Beautiful modern three bedroom chalet, with
two baths maid's quarters, etc .at the corner' of -Avenida
del Ciocuentanario .and First Street,' Lo
ma Alegr.'.' V A '. T
A smaller but equally, attractive chalet, afso :
Loma Ale jjre, next to Coif Heights.5
The arrow will guide you." '
Get your ticket on the premises.
IT; UTRKKt, PANAMA- UBRMHA
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I lM itM 4r tOTO
t Street FASMACU Av-VIa rorrn
TROPELCO S. A, SPECIAL OF OFFER.
FER. OFFER. Gas stoves, washing .mas
chines, refrigerator! and televi television
sion television sets at the bast installment
prices. Make youf payment, ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Take: advantage of.
this Christmas olfar. 45th street,
opposite "Central de Lacherias".
FOR. SALE; -r- Cogswell chair,
. rubber foam .cushion. Bedroom
chairs upholstered, 2 Maple dining
chairs,, red seats. Dining, table.
Double bed with boat springs and
innlt-spring mattress mahogany
-: bedstead.: Vanity, 'mahogany,
30"ii44" mirror and upholstered
. bench. Dresser with 46" round
mirror. Chest, oak, with $ draw draw-era:
era: draw-era: Mangle, Kenmont, new 60
cycle motor. Fan 16" Westing Westing-house,
house, Westing-house, new 60 cycle. Margarita,
Canal Zona, House 8445 Espave
Avi. Phone 3-3256.
' FOR SALE: Modern dining
room set complete, wbuffct and
6 Upholstered chairs. Cheap. Be Be-tania.
tania. Be-tania. 424-F. ,. v
. FOR SALE: Eleven soft green
. aluminum Venetian blinds, 4'x5'.
I Harmonising draperiers. and slip
' covers. 5965-A, Smith place,
Pro Jump Is
i- J V
The pea greens were even more
formidable two years ago,' when
Tom Gola as a freshman led-the
Warriors; to-, the cahmpionship.. In
this class were Maurice Stokes,
Dick Ricketts and Jack Twyman.
Those- who now about such
things contend that the below av average
erage average group of aspirants reflects
faults in college coaching. The
main rap against most of the "can "candidates
didates "candidates was defensive defects.
Anyway," it'a a long hop, step
and jump from college to profes
SINGLE 'WING OUT
CAMBRIGE, Mass. (NEA)v
Coach John Yovicsin junked'the
single wing at Harvard and 'in-!
stalled the T.
rf.KCJAOWT Slrool No. 11
ACIA KSIAOOS VNIIMA M
Arn-mrM. Ave ann w ai
111 NQVCOADU ATHia BMeiOf
Boats & Motors
FOR SALs: 2ft. cabin Cruis Cruiser
er Cruiser "Viveca"' No. 1060 with V
Chrysler 125-hp. engine. Excel- 1
lent condition.' For further Infer-
mation call Panama 2-1840 or ,:
contact Prima at Balboa Yacht
FOR SALE: A farm located 3
minutes from Capira town. About k
10 hectareas of land, with two
houses in excellent livable condi-
tions. Wall, electric plant and.
complete installations far
chicken farm; plenty water and
cattle feed. Adequate facilities
for pigs. Phone for appointment
Panama 2-2110 morning, 2-24792-1337
In the opening night of action in
the Inter-Base Volleyball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament Tuesday at the Balboa YM
CA-USOJ the team from C Battery,
764th AAA Bn.. Fort Clayton scor
ed the most Impressive win by
sweeping two straight games' to
cop the match from the 62nd MRU
team from Fort Amador.
In the night's other matches, Ft.
Kobhe took two out of three game
from Albrook, and A Battery, 764th
AAA (Bn.; Fort GulicK, copped two
out of three games a team from
the Fort Cay ton Engineers. v
iuuriiHHieiii acuun is oeiog cun cun-ducted
ducted cun-ducted on Tuesday and Thursday
, The schedule for Tuesday night.
November 19 is as followsf 6:0
p.nj., A -Battery, 7S4th Fort Gul Gul-ick
ick Gul-ick vs. Btry. C, 764th, Fort Clay Clayton
ton Clayton ;T:30 p.m., Fort Clayton En
gineers vs. Albrook. 8 30 p.m., Ft,
Kobbe vs4. 62nd MRU, .'orf. Ama Amador.
dor. Amador. i f
TO IXPAND STADIUM
MADISON, Wis.' (UP)rThe C
and C Construction Co., of Ft.
Wayne, Ind., will begin, work Sun Sunday
day Sunday 'adding 10,000 seats to the Uni University
versity University of Wisconsin football sta sta-diumi
diumi sta-diumi The capacity of the stadium
will be 63,000 when Work is' com completed
pleted completed ten Aug. 1, I9fi8
TESTS FOP ALEX 51
NEW YORK (UP) Alex Web Webster,
ster, Webster, hard-running New York
Giant halfback who ranks seven
in ground gaming in the National
Football, League with 378 yards on
99 tries has entered St. Eliza Elizabeths
beths Elizabeths 1 Hospital for tests and
X-rays of an lnfec'cd ear.
- MOSCONI DEPENDS TITLf
NEW YQRK.tUP) WiUie Mos Mos-coni
coni Mos-coni will defend, his world pocket
billard championship against Ono Ono-frio
frio Ono-frio Lauri of Brooklyn beginning
next Monday when they clash in
123-point clocks matinees and eve
nings through Wednesday night.
43; Die, 15 Injured
As British Plane
Crashes In Flames
NEWPORT, Isle f Wight; Nov.
16 :UP A crippled British fly flying
ing flying boat struggling to i each open
water crashed into a chalk pit
on this island, killir.f 43 of the
58 persons aboard,' it was official
ly announced today.
The huge foUr-engined ;'. plane
crashed in flames last night while
attempting to return- to its base
at Southampton only minutes af after
ter after it had taken off, It plunged
into ; a weoded area -at the- Shal Shal-combe
combe Shal-combe Farm, almost in the -center
of. the Island, and slid into the
v ... "i ;
Fifteen persons fouuM' their way
out or-we're helped from' the 'Mat 'Mating
ing 'Mating wreckage by rescuers.' Six
were hospitauzerl with rritical or
serious injuries. Nine suffered less lesser
er lesser hurts. i ( ;
r Rescue operations Were suspend suspended
ed suspended for hours by. a heavy peasoup
fog which rolled in from the Ka Ka-glish
glish Ka-glish Channel during the pre-dawn
hours,; -' 4- -. ;
All aboard the plans were be believed
lieved believed to be Britons., r t-,'-
-, -4-'--''-;- ? 1
'TV. CAUSES ACCIDENT
Richmond, vs. "tupvU west western
ern western televisioa show cot 15-year-old
iPaul Houek "so excited" Thurs Thurs-1
1 Thurs-1 day night he wounded his 12-year-Md
brother Tommy with a pistol.
Paul told nolice he took the im
from a drawer to Investigate a
oise and stoppe X to wsteh
show. before puttint" it away. He
ssid the prwrem Vgot me an ex excited
cited excited he pulled the trierer.- Tom Tom-m
m Tom-m w vfpitaliied vUa. a stom stomach
ach stomach wound. 1
.WANTED: Experienced house
keeper, cook and laundress for;
. medium sua family, Salary to
match ability. Must sleep in. Ap-t
ply with references, to 45th St.
No. 3. after 6 p.m.' I ...
WANTED -T' MaUTTanTral
houseworks, live in, ona child,
English Speaking, references.
WANTED TO BUYsi-Twa wheal
boat trailer or trailer parti, out outboard
board outboard 10 te 25 ,h.p., half or
thre auarter electric drill,
electric hammer, carpenter tools
skillsaw, 20 inch or larger band-'
saw, jointer, small diasel to 60
h.p., single or double shotgun.
only, must be reasonable
If Odds Hold Up It Will
Ohio St.-Oregon In Rose Bowl
Si) t- o
If long-range' Wds.hold up. New
Year's Day will fuid Ohio State
vs. Oregon in the-1 ttose Bowl. Ok
iahoma vs. Duke in the Orange
Bowl." Texas A Ar M va Armv nf
Wavy in the Cotton Bowl and any
combination of teams from south
of the Mason-Dixon line in. the
Sugar and Gator Bowls.
Oklahoma, the only team al
ready assured of a bowl trip, steps
outside the Big Eight Saturday
and is favored by 18 points over
Notre Dame in a game 4o be tele
vised nationally (by, NBC h That
three-touchdown spreao. surprised
football observers because Okla
horns. despite 47 -stralehtwins.
uaa-r sune uuvukii -anAiius murt
meats tnis. season, iH -iop W mai,
it's tan- open ) secret: that-'Notre
Damo has, bedn pointing all' year
for the Soonera. r i K
iew Over OSIXV-?,
Iowa is a one-point -favorite over
Ohio State. Oregon .seven over
Southern Cal., "Duke -seven -over
Clem son, Texas A At M seven over
Rice and Tennessee seven over
While the Ohio State-Iowa battle
will crown the Big Jen champion,
Iowa- is barred from the Rose
Bowl because it made the trip last
New Year's Day That means Ohio
State can make' the ran for. the
roses with a victory over Iowa or
Michigan, its opponent next week.
Similarly, 1 Oregon needs only one
By OSCAR FRALEY
'NEW YORK (UP A Lew Bur Bur-dette,
dette, Bur-dette, the man who put Don Lar Lar-sen
sen Lar-sen in the Shade, set his eights to
day on a pair of golfers named
Don Cherry and -Perry Como as
well, as a boxer named Frank Si Sinatra;'
- (Burdette, the biggest, thing m
MUwaukee 'aince throw-away bot
tles, isn't satisfied s with having
made selling putters out 01 me
New York Yankees f in the late
World Series. Now he's goirig to
start selling platters. -; V,
Tor this, week;, Xt sinxer-oan
man1 turns singer as; Dot Records
brings out a disc wbich purported--ly
is 'a dandy- ;-
,The piece ae resftiancev 6t the
platter, it having two aides. Is a
song titled '.'Three t Strikes' and
You're Out." This may, not be
news, particularly to the Yankees.
hut it ; is' billed as "an original
love song with a baseball twist.'
Ttie other side has the baritone
Burdette warbling '"Mary- Lou."
This 4s not tobe "confused With
"Merry Lew,", R actually being a
hit song from w days-When von
an I were -much ycurtger, Mag
;( (ye$, 1 oew 'V;-" 1
"Tliere may be some' snide "re
marks anent this aide of .the rec-
rdwLew has bees fingered occa occasionally
sionally occasionally by some perplexed bats batsmen
men batsmen as a man who deals in the
illegal spitball. And one ef the
lines of "Mary Loo" promises:
"I love you, jres I dew.
The srelling' may be .a bit out
Mine there, hat that's the -way
if r going te be interpr eted and
you caa bet your-seventh game
ticket stub on that. This was the
game, incidentally, which
launched Burdette 00 his new sing singing
ing singing career as he stomped the
mighty Yankees for, the third
time. ,. : v ;-
Burdette 'hails from Mtro
W.V'a., and so does a
fas named Mac Wiseman who.
when not listening to baseball irtoliars and where t-e r-"-.mes.
runs a recording company, to come from ig the L j q
Jlae wasn't particular espitaUa- ia rr1frt.
3-minut car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of v
ears :.$6.J- Aure-Baoo, Trans-Istb
mian Highway pear Sears. '
The beat dlpnor and drinks
are served ir out modern air air-eorvaitmflef
eorvaitmflef air-eorvaitmflef tareteria grill and
her, Hetei Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata $ de'Meye..
' DRAWER "A.' DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
Balboa ; 2-4239, Hirnert and
victory, fn its remaining games
with Southern CaJ or Oregon Sta te
for Its first Rose Bowl appearance
Duke needs onlv a win nvir
Clemson or next Saturday's foe.f
norm uarouna. ; ;
; Texas A & M, rated No. 1 by
the United Press Board of Coaches
can sew up the host! role in, the
Cotton Bowl by beadig Rice. The
Cotton Bowl Committee rs believed
to be; leaning1? toward the winner
of the Nov.- 30 Army-Navy classic
for the yisiting eami
V;y ',VorsCa1i-re?c!le Misa
u uie service academies nix a
Cotton Bowl appearance, the Ten
nessee-Mississippi game probably
ton Bowl and one for, the Sugar.
The Gator Bow anjibunced dur during
ing during the week that it is eyeing nine
teams' 'Texas A fc M, Texas
Christian, Texas, Arkansas, Ten
nessee, Mississippi. Mississippi
State,. Vanderbilt and Miami of
Miami is a Seven-point choice
over Maryland in the only major
game Friday night,
Auburn and North Carolina
State: norm ally: considered among
bowl candidates,, mpst stay home
because of JCAA penalties. Au
burn -sanks, with Texas: A 4. M
and .Oklahoma va the only major
teams still unbeaten and untied.
ing on Burdette's new-won faexie.
Of course not.- i" . ,".?
. "Shucka,' Wiseman explains, "I
lust, new that any old boy from
West Virginia can s:ng.
Other Athletic Warblers
He may have something 'there
because Sammy Snead has a toy toy-rid
rid toy-rid set of tonsils. But SlammhY
Sam. along with such golfing gar gar-glers
glers gar-glers as ; Jimmy Demiret and
Claude I Harmon, turned their
backs on n the mike t in favor of
fresh air, and. sunshine.
there's a f lotof precedent for
Burdette's move. Bill Bangert, the,
formef Missouri shotputter, ex excelled
celled excelled -in the opera : department,
Maury McDermotlof the Kansas
City Athletics appeared on a night
club wheel, and Roosevelt Grier,
all-league tackle with the pro foot football
ball football Giants, is-' )ntA pianist and
smger,---' .-.rwi 1
-i.,ti -i'-i-.t.-:; '.:'';: :'.-,"
- Dizxy ean, when he maestroed
the Mississippi: Mudcstsj was a
bearcat on The Wabash Cannon Cannon-ball."
ball." Cannon-ball." They, just never could get
ent strong enough to S -.oke:difedr
equipment strong -enough to stand
the recording ahoclc.v" .'
But Burdette.'. according to ad.
vance reports, has "it: However,
as a renowned music cnuc, 1
think they should have i started
him off with "April Shower" and,
on the reverse -side, "September
Song.." f "V,v"A :
PAY RAISE GP ANTED
TAIPE1,J Formosa f UP) The
United States has turned down a
Nationalist Chinese request for
American aid funds to boost the
pay- Of Nationalist employes and
military personnel, n was dis
closed today. Government officials
said, however, that the camnei
has decided to go aho;rt anyviy
with an across-the-board raise for
100.000 government worker and
600.000 servicemen. Tie cost te
the American supportrd goyrrn-
ment will be at least IS
ATVRDAT, NOVEMBER 16, J957
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Today's JY Program
1:00 Jimmy Dean
2:00 Crunch A Da
3:00 CFN NEWS
1:15 Footbll: Army v.
7:00 Classroom Camera
(History n. Lesson 18)
Jackie G lesson
Zane Grey Theatre
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Mystery Theatre: The Faleoa
Captured Inner Sanetum.
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FINAL 1957 STANDINGS
Won Lost Tied Pet.
Balboa High 5 1 0 .833
Athletic Club .2 2 1 .500
Cristobal High 2 4 0 .333
Junior College 1 3 1 .250
Won Lost Tied Pet.
Balboa High 4 0 0 1.000
Cristobal High 1 3 0 .250
Junior College 1 3 0 .250
Send Cristobal Down
To 19-0 Loss Despite
Crop Of Penalties
By TREVOR SIMONS
Despite six 15-yard penalties, the Balboa Bulldogs
rallied to wind up their 1957 championship season with a
solid 19-0 win over the Tigers from Cristobal High ait Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Stadium last night.
The victory was 'Balboa's fourth in interscholastic
competition with no defeats and dropped Cristobal into a
two-way tie for second place with Junior College, each
with one win and three losses.
The Tigers threatened the Balboa victory only once
and that was in the early stages of the game when, after
taking the kick-off, they pushed all the way to the Bulldog
18-yard line, where the attack came to a halt.
Cristobal quickly made three first downs in the first
quarter of play, but gained only two others in the rest
of the game.' Both were the direct results of 15-yard penalties.
W UP, AND AWAY Balboa halfback Charlie French watch watches
es watches a, pass co high oer his head as Cristobal quarterback Wen Wendy
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The first Bulldog touchdown
came in the second quarter and
started in a drive from the mid-
field stripe. f
With Csry Nets, Bruc Bate Bate-man
man Bate-man and CharJia French alter-
nating in driving through and a a-round
round a-round the Cristobal line, the Bull Bulldogs
dogs Bulldogs found themselves dees in
Tiger territory; from the 20-yard
line quarterback McKeown sent
a pass heading for the Cristobal
end zone into the waiting arms
of Charlie Douglas. French fail failed
ed failed in his first attempt to' boot
the extra point.
After the first score the Bulldog
attempt to put over another was
temporarily stalled as both Cris
tobal and Balboa battled, evenly,
But as the game turned into the
final minutes of the fourth period,
the Bulldogs quickly r.dded a pair
of TDs that iced the decision for
the 1957 champions.
A 15-yard penalty had put BHS
back on their own 42 yard line.
third down and 22 yards to go
when McKeown tossed a long one
to Terry Corrigan and it was .com .completed
pleted .completed on the Cristobal 30.
This time Joe Trower and Raul
Barbara teamed up with French
'0 move deep down to Cristobal's
0 and Gary Ness lugged the ov ov-r
r ov-r right tackle to Cristobal's three three-ard
ard three-ard marker.
Joe Trower, on a hand-off from
quarterback McKeown went "ov "over
er "over the right side of the line for
another 4-pointer for BHS. Charl Charlie
ie Charlie French once more kicked for
the extra point, this time putt putting
ing putting the ball in the middle of the
On the first play from scrim scrimmage,
mage, scrimmage, Bill Gibson's long pass was
intercepted by Raul Barbara who
raced down the sidelines and was
not halted until he was pushed out-
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BILL GIBSON, Cristobal's star'passing back, looks to be moving back to the(AtjantIcsIde?under a white Balbp avalanche.
of-bounds on Cristobal's four -yard,
From there. Gary Ness took a
MoTfenwn hand-off and went over
for the score. French missed the
try for extra point, but Balboa's
19-0 win was already assured.
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FLYING HAIFBACK Charlie French Is looking-for somewhere
to go, but Cristobal end Chuck Crawford doesn't think the
journey is really necessary. (Photo: Bill Klrkland)
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oxc WAY OK GETTING To THE BALL GAME Some of the Balboa team arried at the field last night aboard Charlie Le Le-vU's
vU's Le-vU's prairie schooner. It brought them luck in the shape of a 19-n, victory. Left to right are: Lewis Bateman, Frank Levis,
Bill Halvoea. Morgan Kchoch. oje Trower, Al Nahmad, pete Corrigan, Ralph Parker, Beverley BmlUi (che'i a Quarterback) and -Gary
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