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AN INDEPENDENTJjgNDAILY NEWSPAPER
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln
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PANAMA, R. P, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959
On Panama TV Installation
Dr. Cilberto Arias, president of Radiodifusion Paname.
ricana, S. A., today formally requested Minister of Gov.
rnment and Justice Hector Valdes Jr. to revoke yester.
day's order barring the installation and operation of a tele,
vision station with the equipment bought by Television
Valdes yesterday ordered the equipment, which had
been held up in customs by red tape, delivered to Arias,
but the Minister also issued a resolution claiming that the
equipment did not meet the specifications of the contract
between the government and the Panamanian Network.
According to the contract be between
tween between the radio network and the
government when the TV fran franchise
chise franchise was first granted in 1953
and extended in 1956, Television
Panama was under obligation to
have a television beam in opera operation
tion operation by tomorrow.
It was belitved that th order
would havt made it impossible
for Arias to beam a ignal by
tomorrow, but the company is
going ahead with its installation
plans since today's official re request
quest request will have the effect of
holding up the ministerial order
until the matter is finally re resolved.
solved. resolved. Reports of the minister's ban on
Clash With Armed
BEIRUT, Wttf&qft- Sesi 26.
mFIF -2- Hundreds pf Lebanese
demonstrating against he exe execution
cution execution of 17 ahti-Communist
leaders in nearby Iraq last Sun Sunday
day Sunday clashed with armed secur security
ity security forces in a pitched battle
The battle started two blocks
from the Iraqi embassy. Police
used tear gas bombs to keep
the mobs away from the em embassy
bassy embassy entrance.
There was no immediate re report
port report of casualties.
The paraders had assembled
outside a high school and
marched to a mosque (or pray prayers.
ers. prayers. They carried banners with
slogans praising the mobs whicn
have been reported demonstrat demonstrating
ing demonstrating in Iraq this week and vow vowing
ing vowing that the "Arab people will
wipe out tne Keas.
Florida St. Breaks
For New Fall Term
An all-time enrollment high of
381 for the Canal Zone military
educational program Of Florida
State University was turned in
this week for the .coming first
fall term, 1959. It overshadows
the previous record of 309 set in
the second spring term this year.
Army enrollers set the pace with
214. The Air Force had 65 ap applicants,
plicants, applicants, the Navy 10, and civil civilian
ian civilian personnel 92.
Out of the 18 classess offered,
11 will run for eight weeks and
seven for 16 weeks. Four t e en
classes will meet on the Pacific
side at Fort Calyton, Fort Kobbe.
and Albrook Air Force Base, and
four classes will be a Fort Gu Gu-lick.
lick. Gu-lick. Faculty members include two
permanent personnel from the u u-niversity
niversity u-niversity and 11 locally hired ins instructors.
tructors. instructors. The second fall term, begin beginning
ning beginning November 16, will offer an
additional series of eight-weel
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To Stay Ban
the installation and operation of
Television Panama's equipment
yesterday brought charges that it
was an attempt against press
There was also some specula speculation
tion speculation that it was intended to ben benefit
efit benefit a rival television concern,
headed by Finance Minister Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Eleta, which has already
installed its .telecasting equip equipment
ment equipment and antenna, which alleg allegedly
edly allegedly does not meet the specifi specifications
cations specifications of its contract either.
The minister's resolution, which
was also signed by President de
la Guardia, was also believed to
be the outgrowth of a political
feud between the Arias family and
the administration which was cli climaxed
maxed climaxed by Gilberto Arias' resigna resignation
tion resignation as Finance Minister and Ro Roberto
berto Roberto Arias as Panamanian am ambassador
bassador ambassador to London.
WASHINGTON,, Sept. 26 (UP!)
Secretary of Labor "James P.
Mitchell and federal med:ation
chief Joseph F, Finnegan today
discussed the government's "ext
move in the steel strike in the
steel strike in the wake of yes yesterday's
terday's yesterday's breakup of negotiation's
in New York.
The conference was held in
Mitchell's office am'd increasing
reports tha1 President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower soon will seek a Taft-Hallcy
injunction to get the 500,000 strik striking
ing striking steelworkers back on the job
for 80 days.
The possibility of such emer emergency
gency emergency action was underlined ear earlier
lier earlier th's week when budget direc director
tor director Maurice F. S'ans said failure
to settle the 10-week old walkout
within two or three weeks might
throw the federal budget out of
WARM SMILES FOR COLD WAR THAW President Elsenhower
and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev paused at the doorway
of Aspen Lodge, the presidential tetreat In the Catoctin Moun Mountains,
tains, Mountains, this morning before launching Into a historical weekend
conference. Accompanied by top aides, the two world leaders
made the trip to Camp David from the White House by hell hell-copte.
copte. hell-copte. Observers feel the weekend chats may bear heavily
on the course of the Cold War. Before leaving; Washington,
Khrushchev pledged he would talk "to the advantage of both
sides." Thetallcs will climax his whirlwind tour of the United
States. (UPI Radlofoto)
Ships In PC
Four ocean-going ships were de delayed
layed delayed in transit about two hours
this morning at Pedro M i g u el
locks when a main power cable
supplying towing mules failed.
The failure occured in the 25 -cycle
main cable from the Mira Mira-flores
flores Mira-flores substation. The heavy- duty
line supplies power for all the tow towing
ing towing locomotives.
A Balboa Heights spokesman
said the failure lasted from 7:45 to
shortly before 10, when an auxilia auxiliary
ry auxiliary cable was put into service for
all but eight-car lockagts.
This afternoon emergency crews
were still going over the two-mile-
long cable foot by foot to correct
According to officials, the locks
will be operated after dark in the
hope of transiting all 15 north northbound
bound northbound ships. None are expected to
be held over.
Crede Calhoun Will
For '59 Book Week
Crede Calhoun, Whose byline is
familiar to local readers, and who
was honored with the award oi
the Vasco Nunez de Balboa med medal
al medal from the Panamanian govern government,
ment, government, has the honor of represent representing
ing representing the Ganal Zone reading public
during, tftebservance of U Natton Natton-al
al Natton-al Book Week In PaMna', it was
announced by the CanataZone Lib Library,
rary, Library, which is joining the United
States Information Service, the
Biblioteca Nacional and the Bi Bi-blioteca
blioteca Bi-blioteca Universidad in a special
Presentation of a Book Week a a-tvard
tvard a-tvard will be made to Cal Calhoun,
houn, Calhoun, and to Miss Annette Cordo Cordova,
va, Cordova, an honor student in the senior
high school class at Rainbow Ci-.
ty who was unanimously selected
to represent the Latin American
schools, during a program at the
Nat'onal Institute in Panama Ci City
ty City on Monday, September 28, at
Enrique J. Sosa, director ot
Fine Arts and Publications of the
Ministry of Education, will speak
and awards will be presented to
those selected for Book honors by
the United States Information
Service, the Biblioteca Nac onal
and the Biblioteca Universidad.
Mrs. Emily J. Price, acting Librarian-Curator
at the Canal Zone
Library-Museum, will present the
awards to Mr. Calhoiin and to
'Iff F c?;
FOOTBALL QUEEN Karen Lytle, Balboa High School queen at the Tenth Annual Football
Jamboree held at Mount Hope Stadium last night is escorted from her car by Balboa
team captain, Charlie Rents. (Story of the Jamboree and more pictures appear on the bae'e
Good People Being Led Into A Trap' Brands'
Stamped On Puerto Ricans Ssys Labor Leader
NEW YORK, Sept. 25 (UPI) Jose Monserrat, director of the Puerto Rico common wealth i
government's labor o'ffice in New York, replied today to Kings County Judfce Samuel Leibowitz'
blast that Puerto Ricans are "good people being led into a trap" when they come to New York
Leibowitz, testifying in New York before the Senate subcommittee on juvenile delinquency,!
said the Puerto Ricans "are being put into pigpens by slumlords who feed on them like vultures.
And city officials aren't doing anything about these slumlords, except giving them lipht fines."
"These people coming here from Puerto Rico," he added, "arc not loafers, crinvnals or dp dp-generates.
generates. dp-generates. They are decent people looking for a place in the sun, but we are allowing them to1
come into a trap.
The judge emphasized that
he was not criticizing the Puer Puerto
to Puerto Ricans, the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico or any of its of officials.
ficials. officials. He said that the matter
of Puerto Rican migration to
New York "is not a race ques question."
tion." question." Leibowitz said he conferred
with Monserrat last Monday to
net his views on the subject
prior to testifying. Monserrat
summarized his views in a
memorandum to the Judge. In
his memo Monserrat said:
"The Puerto Ridan govern government
ment government has also done extensive
woTk to make conditions in
New York City known to per persons
sons persons thinking of migrating.
"Through publi cations,
press, radio and television
counselling, people have been
informed of ; the extremely
poor housing generally avail available,
able, available, the cold weather, the
high cost of living, the prob probabilities
abilities probabilities of exploitation and
the existence of prejudice and
"This has not notably affect affected
ed affected the size of the migration."
The judge said Puerto Rican
officials are doing as good a tob
as they can to inform their
people of conditions in New
York City, but added:
"It's high time the mayor
Discipline, Discipline, Discipline Makes SAC Number One In Airpower
r l1 tpi ttt i in t-vTi t-.- r a i . . ... i
OFKUTT AIR FORCE BASL'
Neb. (UPI) The more than 4,000
crews of the Strategic Air Com
mand are kept from giving in to
"irresistible impulses" that might
endanger lives and their expen
sive aircraft through a never-end
ing program of "discipline, disci
pline and discipline."
Officers responsible for SAC's
intensive program of sa olv on
the ground and in the air ar
proud of a record that showed on only
ly only three accidents ner 1000 ooo flv-
ing hours through the first seven
months of this year.
At the same time, they recog
of this city spoke out. They
(the Puerto Ricans thinking
of emigrating) may listen to
him. Our city officials have
Meanwhile, funeral service'
were held for John Guzman, 16.
who was shot to death in an
ambush by eight Teenage ter
rorists on the steps of a Bronx
high school. All were Puerto Ri
It was the latest killing in a
summer-long wave of juvenile
murders, stabbings and rapes.
Police said the Guzman boy
was a member of the Valiant
Crowns gang. His confessed
killer, Edward (the Burner)
Peres, was a member of a ri rival
val rival gang, the Young Sinners.
Leibowitz, formerly one of
the nation's outstanding cri
minals attorneys, said he had
taken Wagner and a Brooklyn
grand jury on a tour of slum
areas last February.
He said thev inspected one
10-by-12 foot room where a
family of six lived.
"These people (Puerto Ri Ricans
cans Ricans I are coming here from the
Caribbean looking for a place
in the sunshine. Their kids
haven't got a chance in the
Abe Stark, president of the
nized that "we're riealine with
humans who are subject to hu
man errors in judgment." j
as a resuu, we nave to keep
harping and harping," said LU
Col. James T. Gladstone i n eharffp
of flying safety for SAC's safety
division commanded hv Col Wood.
row P. Swancutt.
All briefings on peacetime illu
sions, he said in an interview, in include
clude include warnings that "flying safe safety
ty safety is paramount and will take pre precedence
cedence precedence oevr all other mission re requirements."
quirements." requirements." If any one of the nearly 18,000
individual crew members shows
New York City Council, has
called for an emergency 100
million dollar a year federal
subsidy program to combat
Teenage crime and violence.
Stark's appeal to the Senate
juvenile delinquency subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee was made only a few
hours after Bronx, police brok
ujj pieparauons lor a gang
They arrested 27 members
of the Sinners gang who had
assembled an arsenal includ including
ing including a 20-gauge shotgun, tno
hunting knives, nine Molotov
cocktail bombs and assorted
deputy police Inspector James
J. Walsh said the Sinners were
planning to fight the Valiant
Crowns gang, which has been
on the warpath since Givman
"If this rumble wasn't stop stopped,
ped, stopped, there would have been a
couple of deaths." Walsh said
Stark told the Senate subcom subcommittee
mittee subcommittee that the United State?
needs congressional approval of
a national youth law as far far-reaching
reaching far-reaching as the housing act of
1949 nr the labor relations act
fully prescribed safely regula
lions, he is down grided tmmed
iately. If grounding is necessary,
the officer or enlisted man re remains
mains remains grounded unlil hp can prove
he will conform.
"Buzzing went out years ago,"
Oladslone declared firmly. "The
temptation to show off might still
be In an Individual, but in SAC
our flying is a team thing. If one
pilot started to give in to such an
impulse, his training ard other
members of the crew should
immediately bring nim back to
Draw Angry Bead
On Potter, Barton
In Quarters Row
Zonians were drawing angry beads today on Gov.
William E. Potter and Supply Division general manager
John J. Barton followina Barton's tentative nrhitrnrv n.
jsignment to a choice Diablo
masrer Arrnur J. cotton had applied.
One Zonian today branded the assignment "a fla flagrant
grant flagrant abouse of authority" by Potter. Another called it "a
cheap insult" to Cotton's 33 years of Panama Canal serv service.
ice. service. Barton has about two years service on the Isthmus.
A Panama Canal statement defending the assign assignment
ment assignment said Barton's position "has been included on the
approved list (for official quarters assignments) as long
as has anv other position in the Canal organization."
But the house in question, Quarters 541$' in Diablo
Heights, presently occupied by Balboa High School's soon soon-leaving
leaving soon-leaving Harold J. Zierten, has never previously been in included
cluded included in the quarters available for official assignments.
The statement did not explain why it has suddenly joined
Pacific C ivic Council chairman Sam Roe Jr. is re reported
ported reported prepared to resign over what some council mem members
bers members have declared to be a betrayal of eligtbijity qualifi qualifications
cations qualifications in the assignment of desirable houses.
Balboa Heights has backed
npwrnmer Rartnn's assicrumpnt.
despite Cotton's 33 years Canal
service, on ',hs strength of Pol Pol-lei's
lei's Pol-lei's reported statement that
"we must stand behind our
Itoe declined to comment
to'lay, but denied he had been
"silenced" by Balboa Heights.
Reportedly, he will offer his
resignation to the Council at
lo Be tovesfjoaled
Mayor lleliodoro (LoliliO I'aliiVi
t-iriay sougl I lo establish if there
is ev:flence to prove that ex-President
Enrioti" A. .Jimenez, is an em em-nloye
nloye em-nloye of the casino opevalerl hy
the "nvernment in Hotel El Pana Panama
ma Panama ll'lton.
In a r"onesl to the Gambling
Roard. Patiiin also rcouest"rt a
romnlel" 'ist of the casino's cm cm-"loves
"loves cm-"loves and the salaries earned hy
Patino's action came as a result
of a libel suit introduce! bv Jime Jimenez
nez Jimenez again' radio station HONZ's
manager. Norberto Zurita, who had
broadcast that the former presi president
dent president was earning $75 a day at the
Appearing before Patifin vester vester-day.
day. vester-day. Zurita admitted making th?
allegation which he said was re reported
ported reported to him by "a high official"
of the casino.
Zurita said 'he official also in informed
formed informed him 'hat the casino em employed
ployed employed "secret inspectors" who
earned betwren T0 and $100 a Hav
and who were paid in rash so that
neither casino emnloves or the
Gambling Control Hoard would be
aware of who thev are.
Zurita also requested that Fin Finance
ance Finance Minister Fernando Kletn and
former F!nnep Ministers Ci'berto
Anns and Ruber D Carles Jr. be
called to testify alon" with 'he
members of the Gambling Control
n"ard and the manager of the cas
He also requested that an audi
or bp named to go over the casi
The Strategic Air Command now
is rompospd for thp most part of
men of proven mature judgment,
it was pointed out. Officers in the
top crews the B47's, B52's,
KC97's and KCH.Vs currently av average
erage average 37 years of age The young youngest
est youngest is 23; the oldest 4.V
The pilot s have an average of
4,0t8 fl ; ms, have been rom rom-mis.,;,,,.,
mis.,;,,,., rom-mis.,;,,,., an average ol more
lhan 13 years, have been on top
crews two years or more, and 62
per cent have had actual combat
missions averaging 43 missions.
Desnite a Ik nossihlp orpcautions.
there are still accidents, the safe
home for which Balboa post-
a special public meeting ten tentatively
tatively tentatively set for early next
Barton's Canal job dates from
1957 while Cotton, a second
generation employe, has had
continuous service since 1926.
The Balboa postmaster oc occupies
cupies occupies condemned quarters on
Morgan Avenue, an old-styls
Both his mother and father
are 79-year-old semi-invalids,
and his chief reason for re requesting
questing requesting the change was to ob obtain
tain obtain a ground level house bet better
ter better suited to their needs. Cot Cotton
ton Cotton said.
Both parents require help t
leave the Morgan Avenue hnn.
. The elder Cotton Is himself a
! retired Canal employe.
! According to reliable sources,
( 'ivic Council representatives.
at a stormy session with Pot-.
(er Tuesday, suggested Barton
hp offered one of the contro-
versial new La Boca homes.
But the same sources sa
I Barton flatly refused the La
I Boca asignment, insisting th
I Diablo house better suited his
i Barton has occuDieH harViin
quarters since coming here.
A daughter and his wife,
slated to retire from a New
York public school teaching
post, are expected to join him
here by the end of the year.
Yesterday's statement from
Balboa Heights simply quoted
the prevailing policy govern- i
ing housing assignments, jar- I
ticularly those sections deal-'
mg with those Canal jobs de-
signated for the "officula for
Shorn of official terminology,
the oclicy means simply thil
certain key job-holders are en entitled
titled entitled to housing assignments
apart from any consideration.,
of length of service.
Controversy over such assign assignments
ments assignments has risen frequently in
Most householders s-iv they have
no objection to the pollcv giv giving
ing giving preferential housing to key
executives, but complain bitter
ly that there has never been
any snecific list of houses set
aside for executive use, and that
it is unfair to arbitrarily set
aside such houses from the gen general
eral general assignment list
ty officer said, because of
human and material failures
Gladstone gestured toward
iwo men thick pad of papers
diagrams on his desk.
"This is a final report on sn ie ie-cident
cident ie-cident involving a KC135 tanker
he explained. "The pilot had to
explain everything to a board 'of
investigating officers in his' own
unit. So did everyone else involv
ed. Now, the wing commannViw
general has to come here to SAG
headquarters and tell his Supe Superiors
riors Superiors what happened and why. in)
an effort u prcvant similar ioci
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THE MAIL BOX
""Why ire prostitutes allowed
i? Any nigtu ui ine ee juu
Wttina on a concrete Bench across lrum vnepu aui
iKe or in pa!rs walking down Frang.pani Street and the sur-
Hs'berome so bad that a respectable girl can't take an even evening
ing evening walk in the vicinity without being propositioned by some guy
driving in his car. p.nml in n
The National t.uara cnasen ine.e
eftort to clean up the city. Why
DID MRS. K SEE ANY QUALITY MERCHANDISE?
With all the excellent department stores in San Francisco was
it ,t!ry tn.l A.rs. Khrushchev', only shopping spree led her
Into a mail order house turned chain store?
I can well understand how this former teacher who is also a
student of the social sciences would have wanted to inspect and
pSonL one'eUhese cha.n emporium, keyed to the mass market
Few Americans fail to do some of their buying in a store oi mis
yPe- ... ..i, ,t niv th rich but the "great
midrdaL"ukesq,serb;st department store in a city
if it lives m trading range.
At some time on her trip, why couldn t Mr K haxe beer i con
ducted through a city department store so that she could maice a
true co m parison w it h th e G C M department store ,n Moscow
Deoartment stores preceded the cheap chains by at least a
hundr1 fS.y tb, -Unue .observe mass m ar e d
.erve it well., or thev couion su
Of the American consume s y m. .-. v,. K h.v, had a
And while thev were about it. why couldn t Mrs. K have nao I
in the buving range of the skilled American working man. if he
where and why America buys, she was given a most ill-balanced
tour. Quality Buyer.
COLON'S JUVENILE PROBLEM
i nni. with interest that someone Is donating land in Achiote for
. nomTV-tiS children and .ho that the local .;jr,jH
re going to do something about the curfew law for kids who win
sit iep;yaSglsre situa sss
1 m oneTpeS, had to be beaten up by "o. bjfor.
'omeone took things 'inlo hand in order to try to curb .ih w.ve of
' Juvenile delinquents who strut from street corner to 6 reel corner
whisSng a frightened girls, robbing the few remaining tourists,
bw in- up respectable citizens who dare to reprimand th
Vr". Sehrinser is doing her best, poor woman not on y tn.ng to
do what is right for the "misguided children," but battling the in in-Jen
Jen in-Jen ed Public w h i tired ofVing abused a. every turn; The po po-fi,"
fi," po-fi," blame her, she blames the police J'Z
no' at the same time accusing Secret Police Chief T.to Cells of
n'is'.rea ing the "poor innocent kids." And Tito turns around and
b mes he police for not doing their job of preventing crime and so
: on And still the kids run rampant, and still no one touches hem
: "Touch," did I ,.y? This Lionel Terkms thin has been g :n8 on
relenllesslv so that respectable citizens stand around helplessly for
feir of being slugged. A waiter in a bar shepherds out some kids,
.. nnd when his back is turned, he gets coke bottle thrown at him.
- And this is fact, not fiction. 1 know the waiter and the bar
r What would have happened if the waiter had slapped the kid A
nifemavbf. instead of a coke bottle? At the same P"t"'rb";
:nolr waiter scolds a hoe shine boy for pestering a customer so
"what happens? The kid slams his shoe shine box at the waiter.
: CUl so'now the kids run in and out as they please, lifting ash trays,
"tips left on tables, paper napkins, toothpicks, and who is going to he
' rfjurnb. enough to stop them-'
no vou know how old these kids are? No bigger than six or eight
vears of age. So how "misguided" do you think they'll be by the
time thev are 16? And don't forget, thev'll still be under age-in
other words "untouchables." Mrs. Behringer will put them on pro probation
bation probation free to continue their budding careers.
Ml this vandalism does not occur after nine at night. By eight or
earlier thev are so poopeA out from scrounging and racing away
from the scenes of their crimes that they drop off to sleep anyhow.
And if that piece of land is the sire of one half of Colon, then maybe
we will see some results because from the looks of it. practically one
third of Colon is composed of these hoodlums. So how does this be begin
gin begin to solve vour problem?
Right here and now would be a good time to bring up the subject
of begging. It has gotten so that a person cannot sit to enjoy a meal
without having a couple of filthy kids pestering. I know it is not food
thty want. They are already holding a handful of bread in each
The waiters have just handed them a cardboard platelul of food.
But it is just a habit of standing in front of you looking pathetic.
The waitresses and waiters tell me they can do nothing with
them. These kids have nowhere to go, so they park around the door doorway
way doorway all day long, some of them keeping their eyes on tips left on ta
bles, several times grabbing ladies purses and dashing off. And not
a con ir. sight for miles around.
Kids with nothing t.o do and nowhere to go, there you have it.
Catch them before they get started in the wrong direction. If
there are any plyagrounds for kids, I haven't seen them here in Co Colon
lon Colon How about free cartoon movies? Puppet shows? Golden Gloves
Maybe Mrs. Behringer should get up before an audience com
posed of worthy citizens, respectable matrons and worried business businessmen
men businessmen lay the problem in their lap for a change. That buck is worn
out frnm being passed around from Behringer to Celis and trom Ce Ce-lis
lis Ce-lis to Pastor Hamos and then back to Mrs. Behringer.
We should all realize that a little civic action and some well in invested
vested invested hucks would pay off. Morally and financially, we would be
giving our rit ya boost.
Another tip to Mrs. Behringer. The papers lately reported
that some judge in the Stales finally got so fed up with rmlrilirp these
"'hildren" he finally slapped down the law on a IS year old and gave
him a stiff sentenre consisting of something like six mon.hs o.i bread
and water. Or was it six years of imprisonment? Whatever it was,
he said he was thoroughly alarmed and more than fed up about tha
rising problem of juvenile delinquency and was going to set an ex example
ample example for the rest of the "youngsters" to think about.
So let's atop fooling around with these "repeaters" and slap down
down the law once and for all Or is Vrs. Behringer, too. scared stiff
of them like the rest of Colon?
1 am a boy, 17, and live in
like to correspond with a boy or
are xtamp collecting, music and
to roam the streets in the Ancon
can t we do the
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By VICTOR RIESEL
SAN FRANCISCO, Walter
Reut.ier nas ix-en telling inum
ales here preivately that ne is led
up w i.i Lie leadership of the big
labor lecieratioii. 'ine Detroit reu
haired one plajis to tell it to them
puolicity. he means to challenge
ineir power. He intends to ten
them .hey lacn apint, militancy,
political Know-how and spunk.
j.ie mach.ne gun tongue orator
from the big Auto Union does not,
0. lours., p. an to cnailenge leauer
George Meany lor the presiuency
oi me AFL-UO at this, the third
biennial AFL-C10 convention. Bui
Walter Reuther ooes plan to chai
lenge him on policies in an eliort
,j -model the big 12,671,000
member coalition in tne image of
No one but Reuther knows
wneuer he will actually take the
floor at the big arena wnere U.
years ago George Meany tooic on
ma first big national heavyweight
bout and trimmed the eyeorows
off John L. Lewis.
Rauthar many rfaclda la kaap
tha battla insida tha tight-lippad
national AFL-CIO is t c u 1 1
cawncil. But that ha plana ta
maka tha fight ta ramake tha
AFL-CIO is carta in. This much
he told his awn callaaguaa m
tha Auto Union high council at
thair latt-minwta tatiion in Da Da-trait
trait Da-trait lata in tha waak at Sapt. 7.
He told his executive board board-membera
membera board-membera during those confer confer-ences
ences confer-ences that ha is weary of "the
lack of spirit... tihe lack of direc direction
tion direction of political activity' ... the
lack of finances... the lack of or organization
ganization organization drives and the unimag unimaginative
inative unimaginative conservatism of the oid
Not only in his own circles, but
on at least one occasion in a large
gathering of the old CIO indus industrial
trial industrial unions leaders, Reutner made
no secret of, his disagreement with
Meany. This occurred on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Sent. 2. Leaders of the In In-dusirial
dusirial In-dusirial Union Dept., which has a
members-nip of 7,000,000, were
seated around Reuther. Thi was
Reuther charged angrily that
the national AFL-CIO had done
nothing for the steel strikers. He
actually used the phrase "bank "bankrupt
rupt "bankrupt leadership." He said swif.y,
in his characteristic flow of razor razor-edged
edged razor-edged words, that "we won't iake
it... we have the leadership in this
department." The IUD does have
an affiliation of aorfie 35,000 locals
with 601.000 officials in shops and
hetore the IUD dispatched a
million dollars to the Steel Union,
the department had well over $3,
000,000 in its treasury. Most form former
er former CIO leaders were silent. But
tall, Van dyked Jack Potofsky,
president of the influential Amal Amal-gamed
gamed Amal-gamed Clothing Workers of Amer America,
ica, America, retorted snarply.' He said he
did not like the tone or the' insi insinuation
nuation insinuation in Reuther's attack.
There is no doubt that Reuther
and Meany appear headed for ai
clash though perhaps not a pub-
lie one. Meany believes that this i
is the time for a show of unity,
for hiese are the early days of the
tough new Labor M?p-r"-me-Reporting
and Disclosure Act oi
1959. But word has go,...i io
Meany's circles that Reuiher has
been criticizing the national lead leader
er leader lor being in Europe in June
just before the Landrum Griffin
hill hit the floor of the House.
There is an insinuation here that
Moany was remiss, or worse, in
not staying and fighting.
Maany did go to Btrlin for an
intornational labor canfaranca.
But ha was sctvadulad to moat
Rauthar thara. Whan Maany
'road Rauthar had changad
his mind at tha last minuta, ha
laft tha tatsion aftar tha first
day and flaw homa. This was
waaks bafora tha rail in-fight
There are behind th scenes ef
forts, of course, to keep the bat battle
tle battle off the convention floor de despite
spite despite tthe anger on both sides. This
is traditional AFL policy. Settle
everything in the pr1 pr1-high
high pr1-high council. But wheMer or not
(Prasanted by tha Dapartmant
of Christian Education of tha
Episcopal Church in tha Mission
ary Diocava at tha ran. ma -a-nal
Your Evaning Bibla Raiding:
"As tauching tha law, a Phir Phir-iaa;.
iaa;. Phir-iaa;. .touching tha righfaous righfaous-natf
natf righfaous-natf which is tn tha law, blama blama-lass."
lass." blama-lass." Tne Pharisee believed with all
his heart that Israel must obey the
law, to the last detail. What is
right is right because the Law
demands it; what is wrong is
wrong because the law forbids
it. He felt there could be no ap appeal
peal appeal to a higher principle than
Ths ls is final, absolute. If for
'only one day, the Pharisee thought
all Israel wouia ooey me law,
then Messiah would come. Strict
obedience over and over, the
Tharisee drummed that lesson in into
to into the ears of his hearers and
tried himself to follow. For he
knew in his soul that is the will
If all Israel would only obey! It
was a large order, and the Phar Pharisee
isee Pharisee knew it. He counted the com-n-andm:nts
and injuctiens of the
law and found, not ten, but 613.
His count was correct was as
anyone may verify: in the first
five books of the Bible there are
exactly A13 commandments. Great
as that number Is, however, it was
but the beginning of the Pharisee's
problem, as we shall see.
Walter Winchell In
MAN ABOUT TOWN
"Gypsy" composer J. Styne
was taken for $3,000 in ca?J by a
sllckup man as he took "Gypsy"
ingenue Sandra Church home in
Greenwich Village. He did not no notify
tify notify the police. .Mary Coolidge
of Uie Oal Coolidge clan weds
Wall Streeter Robert Stark next
month. .The Robert Lehmans
(his the banker), who had marital
problems, are abroad together. .
Gypsy Rose Lee's new beaumance
is a titled Britisher. She is due
back this week. .Anita Ekberg
and rich Italian Giovanni Volpi
are trying out each other' line.
Why hasn't she picked up her
U.S. citizenship papers which
were ready months ago?. .Mic .Mic-kv
kv .Mic-kv .7llr' hsrrister Martin Ben
jamin (in that vice case), wiU
soon he tree irom nis mate, ane
plans a Western melting this week
, .Batista's son "Papo" makes
the midtown rounds with 5 body bodyguards.
guards. bodyguards. .James Mason and the
British income taxers settled mat matters.
ters. matters. .Society girl Mercedes Welch
(of Vogue mag) has Brando wear wearing
ing wearing a shirt and cravat.
The controversy over policemen
not using their nightsticks on the
young gangsters; is a time-waster.
. .One high 'police exec told in intimates:
timates: intimates: "Any policeman in trou trouble
ble trouble who doesn't use his club is
a sap!". .The fed-up cops have
a soecial knockout wallop for the
punks and others who put up a
fight. They hold the club about 5
inches from She top and aim for
the solar plexus and stomach sec sector.
tor. sector. "One good push," said a cop,
"and you own him!"
Joyce Mathews, the recent
Mrs. Billy Rose, reportedly con confided
fided confided that she'd like to reconcile.
"The child misses him terribly"..
When the column reported their
divorce plans two gullible compe competitors
titors competitors ran denials. Four months
later tha skewp was confirmed.
(Pushovers!). .El Morocco's re
opening Wedzdee night will bring
back the town s elegant unemploy
this hits the floor, Reuther plans
to follow his own militant policies.
What those are he 11 outline early
next month when he opens his
own Auto Union convention in At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Citv, N. J.
One Reutiher campaign will be
on the political front. The Auto
Union has its own national net
work of political units and can
operate independently of the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO organization. That will be
the most spectacular push of 1960
even if Reuther has to go it
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ed. .That bistro's boss (John Pe Pe-rona)
rona) Pe-rona) will spend around 1 1-2 mil million
lion million decorating,- furnishing and
building his new location. .. The
Federal Reserve is eniorcing its
long standing regulations regard
ine currency transactions. Any
money transaction of $25,000 (or
over) which includes $100 bills
must be reported to tne fed. Ke
serve. Also, anv currencv transac
tion of $10,000 (or more) must be
reported regardless of the size of
the bills. If you're hoarding $100
bills in deposit boxes cuange mem
Those Debbie Reynolds Glenn
Ford Dash eDisodes in "It Started
With A Kiss" detonated the cur current
rent current ch-tchat about these two.
Nobody could possibly "fake" their
lip tricks. .There were 34 prosti
tutes on one 7th .Avenue block in
the latter 40s the Other 4 a.m.
One of them was a white Southern
girl. Lindy's new weekly an
nuity will come from servicing
food to an airline. .One time
show-girl June Sitarr is divorcing
-tfier resbpro, N. C. groom. He
is worm 14 million. .ine swanny
new Four Seasons restaurant (in
the Seagram Bldg.) dry cleans
your cravat frock or suit if you
get sloppy and stain them dining
there. While you wait a short
time. .This is the week dancers
Tybee Afra and partner John
Brascia planned marriage. .Judge
Sam Liebowitz is seeing attorneys
about suing a post-mendiaa ga gazette
zette gazette for libel. Plus a lawsuit a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst that paper's alleged top
souce another Brooklyn judge.
Jackie Gleason and Walter Pid
geon will do a soft-shoe bit in
"Take Mt Along" which unveils
in Boston this week. Another fea feature
ture feature of the new musigal: "The
Black and White Ballet." It fea features
tures features an Aubrey Beardsley dwarf
and is based on naughty books
by famed authors. .Dr. Gregory
Pollock, the plastic surgeon, is
breathless about Marie Wallace of
"Gypsy." Just gifted her with an
emerald bracelet. .New rendez rendezvous
vous rendezvous for Tenn. Williams. Brando,
Magnani and other celebs is Es
ther Eng's chow-meinerv ?t 5 i
and 2nd. Esther directed plays in
China. .Tax people wei
waiters who neglected to pay taxes
on tips. The Feds made them pay
as high as $1,500 for the past j
years. Now N. Y. State wants the
Our Town's decent Puer.o Ric Ricans
ans Ricans denounce members of thier
colony who have slain and beaten
New Yorkers on the streets and
in playgrounds. .Feeling is run running
ning running high against the teen-agers
involved and reputable Puerto
Ricans will aid other citizens in
the war agajnst them. As one
bitter observer said: "The Jews
came here and slaved in the sweat
shops. The Italians and Irish
came here to help Duild the sub
ways, bridges and buildings. But
most Puerto Ricans come here to
go on relief!"
The McGuire Sisters can get
$200,000 for 8 weeks at the Vegas
Desert Inn. A 3-year contract. .
Dorothy McGuire (Mrs. Lowell
Williamson) expects the image
Feb. 22nd. Sister Phyllis and her
fiance are not so sure, anymore.
Sherman Billingsjey will soon file
a H Million lawsuit against the
unions that have been picketing
his Stork Club for 3 years. .The
bankuptcy action of the Hal
Roach studios is why the actors
in the "Telephone Time" tv series
will never get their rich residual
checks. .New Jersey Gov. Mey Mey-ner
ner Mey-ner (mentioned as a Demo Prez
threat in '60) can be President
of Prudential Life Insurance when
his term ends. ."The Rimyon
Cancer Fund (thanks to you do donors)
nors) donors) just passed the 14 million
$ mark. Never a penny deducted
for expense's!. .Lord Beaver Beaver-brook's
brook's Beaver-brook's Granddaughter Lady Ar Argyll
gyll Argyll is converting to Catholicism.
She is Jeanne Campbell of Time
Former Underworld king Frank
Costello (now in Federal prison)
gave his enemies "everything" fol following
lowing following tie attempted assassina assassination.
tion. assassination. To insure peace. .The Times
plans covering the all-night beat
with a radio press car. .Neil
Walsh, the insurance exec, and
Nancy Sexauer Westchester beau
ty, will announce their betrothal
on the 26th. .Marilyn Miller's
beauty which embellished the La Latin
tin Latin Quarter line is now in Jimmy
Durante's Ohez Paree trouple. .
Pepsi-Cola is searching for an ex ex-Miss
Miss ex-Miss America to replace Ver Vermont's
mont's Vermont's Sandi Simpson, a recent
bride. .But neany all of them
are altar-bound, too. .Talk about
terrific plugs, the forthcoming
film epic of the FBI shows Broad Broadway
way Broadway Joe's on 46th west of 8th. .
Desilu's "Untouchables" (one-hour
shows) will have weekly spon sponsors.
sors. sponsors. Oklahomans bored with Govern Government's
ment's Government's restrictions on oil ("oil
doesn't make the money it did!")
invested in liquor package stores
wtfien that State voted wet. Many
hooch stores there are owned by
bankers, business execs and poli poli-ticos...
ticos... poli-ticos... One of Mr. Kiplinger's
reporters (in Russia with Nixon)
overheard a Russian grunt: 'Yes,
we have Sputniks. But will they
buy shoes?". .The 8trk Club
waiters include a dozen college
students. They work ''nights. One
made such a good impression that
a magazine exec made him
assistant editor! A top mag. .E .E-thel
thel .E-thel Waters' autobiography. "His
Eye Is On The Sparrow'' (co (co-written
written (co-written 9 years ago with ace
Charles Samuels), has never been
out of print. Bantam's new pa paperback
perback paperback edition will cost 50c. .
The fight mob is still in stitches
at Sports Illustrated's fantastic
innocence (stupidity?) in publish publishing
ing publishing promoter Weeping Willie Ros Ros-ensohn'i
ensohn'i Ros-ensohn'i "revelations." What an
actor. .The Yanks have one con consolation.
solation. consolation. They'll get to see a
To Hold Contest
With $50 Prize
The Gay Crooners of Garmboa
today announced plans to spon sponsor
sor sponsor a singing and dancing contest
on Oct. 15 at the Rio Theater of offering
fering offering a $50 prize for the best
siner or dancer.
The contest is ooen to all lo local
cal local entertainers, who may enter
bv calling Gamhoa 248 or 729
and registering their names.
In addition to the $ji- pme, the
winner of the contest will also be
awarded a weekend contract to
perform at Salon Richie.
By PR KW PIARtON
WASHINGTON. As N 1 k 1 1 a
Khrushchev sits down with Pres
ident Eisenhower for the most im
portant pnase of the most lm lm-nnriini
nnriini lm-nnriini trin ever taken by any
foreign visitor through the USA,
there are two big points that
POINT No. I The White House
deLberately set out to prod, poke,
and irritate the man wnom me
White House now has to try to
get concessions from. Under the
generally acceptea principles ui
smart negotiation this is not
smart. You don't antagonize your
customer before you try to maxe
POINT No. 1 The press has
given a somewhat distor;ed pic picture
ture picture of Khrushchev's behavior.
Television gave a much more ac accurate
curate accurate picture.
It should be noted that the de decision
cision decision to invite Mr. K to come
to the USA was primarily a mi military
litary military one.
The Joint Chiefs of Staff had
been urging Eisenhower to re
inforce the American military in
and around Berlin in preparation
for a -showdown. The President
was not willing to do this.
They had also advised him that
military budget cuts could not
continue without our falling be behind
hind behind Russia. They did continue.
The military leaders then ad advised
vised advised that it was better to talk i
than to fight.
It was basically because of this
that the John Foster Dulles po policy
licy policy of aloofness was .-eversed and
Khrushchev was invited to the
NIXON CITS JITTERY
Having made this decision the
administration immediately acted
as if it regretted it. A few days
after the invitation was issued,
Vice-president Richard M. Nixon
came home to find certain Old
Guard political friends very sour
over his speech to ths Russian
people and tihe manner in which
he had embraced US-USSR
They warned him that Nelson
Rockefeller had even refused to
visit the Soviet Exhibition in New
York though he is governor of
So Nixon started backtracking.
Similar reaction from the isola isolationist
tionist isolationist wing of the GOP was re registered
gistered registered with Ike.
He then appointed the most
incongruous of all escorts for
Khrushchev, Henry Cabot Lodge,
the envoy to the UN who has
needled, badgered, and blocked
the Russians at the United Na
tions until they hate him.
Partly because of this back
ground, partly because Ike long
wanted to give Lodge a leg up
lowara one presidential nomina
tion, Lodge was instruct to in
troduce Khrushchev before every
audience with a needling, contro controversial
versial controversial statement.
This is not the traditional way
of introducing any speaker in
the USA, no matter' who h is.
And it is not in keeping with A A-merican
merican A-merican tradition toward an in
vited guest, especially the head
of a nation with whom you are
trying to patch up an agreement
jne lonuweu tiii.s up Wlln a
very aloof press confer e in
which he once referred to
Khrushchev as "that man" and
in which he suggested that the
American people w o u 1 d n' t be
"fooled" by him.
When the Pre-' of ttie U U-nited
nited U-nited States says this ''cly,
it's the cue for every politician
who's running for off ce to get
TV exoosure and newspaper head headlines
lines headlines by taking a similar poke at
the man the State Department
wanted to warm up for the Camp
Normal diplomatic procedure is
to be as nolite as possible in the
preliminaries, g ve in on incon incon-sequentials,
sequentials, incon-sequentials, and get your opposite
number in the best possible mood
TL- Jll 1
to comoromise at the final talks
in this case over Berlin.
Finally, after almost a week
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of goading Nikita, the White
House got jittery over tne v om om-ing
ing om-ing Camp David talks and' order ordered
ed ordered a reversal of policy.
The headlines made it appear
the opposite, but the fact is that
Khrushchev took this goading
with more good humor than could
have been expected.
Other visiting dignitaries have
not taken it. Tne Queen of Greece
theatened to leave New York for
home without even coming to
Washington when she learned Ei
senhower was not planning to
meet her and the King.
King Saud of Saudi Arab it
balked at coming to the ySA un until
til until he had categoric assurances
Eisenhower would meet him.
President de Gaulle even refus refused
ed refused to come to the United States
at all and made Eisenhower com
to him in Paris. This was one
reason for Ike's trip this sum summer.
mer. summer. During his cross-country trip
most newspapers headlined r.t
argument ana tne needling. This,
of course was news. ;
But the real stnrv w
that he argued with such people
as American jaDor leaders, but
that he was willing to meet wit
them at all.- second that ha slsv.
ed with them one hour longer
man expected; third, that ha
came out of the session to an
nounce that it had been a healthy
Prime Minister Harnlt Msrmit.
Ian of England wouldn't hi vl
met wan tnem. President de
Gaulle of France wouldn't even
have considered meetng with A-
mencan iaDor. resident Frondi Frondi-zi
zi Frondi-zi of Argentina, who was elect elect-ed
ed elect-ed with Argentine labor support,
wouldn't have done so.
The only foreign visitor who
has subjected himself to the hot
give-and-take of debate with A A-merican
merican A-merican labor is Vice-president
Joao Goufart of Brazil.
So if tlfe man with more mis missiles
siles missiles than we have and r-ith
enough scientific know-how to
hit the moon is willing to sub subject
ject subject himself to this kind of
rough-and-tumble democratic de debate,
bate, debate, then it should be a step
forward on tha road toward more
By Rev. Harlz Set
At Amador Oct. 6
The Chapel Guild; composed of
Protestant women at Fort Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, has planned a meeting for
Tuesday, Oct. 6 at 9:30 a.m., in
the community center near tha
Rev. Clifford Martz, New Tribes
Mission, Chepo, Panama, will pre present
sent present an illustrated lecture on his
missionary work in Panama. He
is director of the Protestant Mis Missionary
sionary Missionary School at Chepo.
The New Tribes Mission is an
with headquarters at Woodworth,
Mich., an organization which has
400 missionaries in 16 different
Rev. and Mrs. Martz are gra graduates
duates graduates of Moody Institute. He has
been a pas'or in Michigan, and
before coming to Panama was a
missionary in Bolivia. In addition
to his work as a missionary, he
is a qualified airplane pilot and
mechanic, a teacher and musician
Mrs. Martz is a teacher, writer and
An invitation to attend is ex extended
tended extended to all Protestant women
at military installations and in
civilian churches and communi communities.
ties. communities. Add'tional information may
be obtained by c'":n the m.
testant chaplain at Fort Amador.
Front St. at corner
of Vtb St.
SATEBDAT, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959
TIDE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NTWIPAPEB
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EXCHANGE SERVICE AWARDS More than 120 years of service are represented by the four civilian employes of the Caribbean
Army and Air Force Exchange Service being congratulated by Col. E.M. Blight, chief of the USARCARIB G-l Section.. Blight present presented
ed presented 30-year service pins to, from left, Clavis L. Havot, Albert Kaska, Pentland M. Cox and Stephen Barard. (U.S. Army Photo).
Four Army Exchan ge Employes
Get Thirty-Year Service Pins
Four civilian employes of the
Caribbean Army and Air Force
Exchange System received pins
recognizing 30 years of service
during a ceremony at Fort Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. Col. E. M. Blight, chisf of the
U.S. Army Caribbean G-l Section,
made the presentations on behalf
of Maj. Gen. Charles L Dasher,
USARCARIB commanding gener general.
al. general. Those honored were Clavis L.
Curundu: Stephen Barard of Pa Pa-Hayot
Hayot Pa-Hayot of Colon;-Albr.,. Kaska of
narna C"- -nd I'cnt.land Cox of
---'' a hit
over coffeerfrndafce,, served fter
the ceremony, and spoke princi princi-.pallv
.pallv princi-.pallv of th?j greatly, imoroved
working conditions which have
:come about since first they joined
. the Exchange .Service.
, Fayot, who completed 30 conse consecutive
cutive consecutive years on Sept. 1, was born
In Gatun and attended elementary
school there. As a youth he start-
. ed work withthe Exchange Serv Service
ice Service as an apprentice auto repair repairman.
man. repairman. He recalls that apprentices
served three months without pay
and then received $15 per month.
After completing a job wih the
Panama Canal Company Marine
Iloffa Bows To Law, Orders
Ex-Convict Officials Ousted
" WASHINGTON (UPI) Team Teamster
ster Teamster President James R. Hoffa,
bowing lo a ko.sou o
labor reform law,' has ordered
union to oust ex-convict officials
barred from holering office under
the new statute, a spokesman
The new law prohibits anyone
who has been converted qi eel eel-tain
tain eel-tain crimes or held membership
in the communist Party from
Serving as a union officer or
I paid employe within five years
? after such; conviction or mem mem-'
' mem-' bership. '
There was no immediate esJ
i timate of how many Teamsters
"officials would be removed from
office under the new statute. But
a staff member of the Senate
. Rackets Committee predicted that
virtually nope of the union's big big-name
name big-name officials would be affected.
Several ton-ranking teamsters
officials have criminal records but
they date back before 1954, ana
the law therefore does not e-
i quire their ouster, the staff mem-
i ber said.
The crimes named in the mv
are bribery, extortion, embezzle embezzlement,
ment, embezzlement, erand larceny,, burglary,
; arson, narcotics violations, mur murder,
der, murder, rape, assault with intent to
i kill, assault which inflicts griev grievous
ous grievous bodily injury and conspiracy
!to commit such crimes.
1 Hoffa, to a letter dated Monday
,and made public yesterday aa aa-f
f aa-f vised the 900 locals and subordi
fnate groups in his 1,600,000-mem--'
ber union to comply with the
ilnur'c nrnvisinno on ev-rnnvifts
and subversives. He directed alii
Officers and employes other than
i custodial or clerical workers to
.'submit to him by Sept. 29 sworn
statements that tney are in com
"Any person who refuse to
Bign tills affidavit-or cannot trutti trutti-)
) trutti-) fully execute R under oath must
be immediately removed from
! office or employment," Hoffa said
In the letter.
' He acted following a demand by
,' Secretary of Labor James P
-? Mitchell last Friday that Hoffa
report within 10 days on what he
, has done to get tubversives and
j criminals off the union's payroll.
I A union spokesman estimated
j mat 10,000 persons would be re required
quired required to submit affidavits. There
(Division, Hayot was re-employed
by the Exchange Service in 1929
as a laundry truck driver
In 1932 he was transferred to
the grocery section as a delivery delivery-man,
man, delivery-man, which involved delivering
meat and grocery orders to cus customers
tomers customers at their quarters.
There were no Army commis commissaries
saries commissaries in those days and the Ex Exchange
change Exchange operated this food facility.
In 1937 he was promoted to gro grocery
cery grocery and meat salesman with the
additional duty of driving the
school bus and transporting em em-nloves
nloves em-nloves to vA '"n- vor' For
many years tVe Exchange handled
Other jobs he bas held include
thoSe .of .stock ojerk" salet-clerit,
gas attendant and utility repair repair-mar.
mar. repair-mar. He row .o-n-Vweri as a
truck driver and stock room as assistant
sistant assistant at Fort Gulick.
. Commenting en his years of
service, Fayot pointed to the
employee benefits which have
- been introduced during the past
IS e" -o i")ressd
with sick and annua) leave, r.
tirement, hospital insurance, the
p-e -;o-fm and
the offering of Army Extension -courses
to non U.S. citizen em employees.
ployees. employees. are seven officers of each local
plus leaders of joint councils, area
conferences, ension funds na
paid employes of each group, thei
The ffidavits will be the basis
of a preliminary report to the
Teamsters Executive Board next
week on the union's compliance
with the labor law.
Callas Back Home
Pleased By .Ovation'
Given fn Britain
MILAN (UPI) Maria Callas
flew back to Italy last night
bubbling about the thunderous
London applause which she said
repaid her "for all the bitterness"
of the breakup of her marriage.
The Brooklyn born sonrano
again strongly denied that her
friendship with Greek shipping
magnate Aristotle Onassis had
anything to do with her marital
She said "incompatibility of
character and long-standing con conflicts
flicts conflicts of interests and nothing
else were her reasons for leaving
" uuawtuu, uiuvaiini jMrcosia
juenegfluit. an industrialmt.
Miss Callas was thrilled with
the standing ovation she received
in London at her concert last
jjonaon newspaper reviewers
agreed with the audience. They
sain sne gave a great perform performance.
ance. performance. The 3,000 persons in the audi
ence gave her a curtain applause
lasuug t minutes, ii was tier
nrst concert to the British capi
Tt Daily Mirror said miss
Catta prepared for the concert
ay aung raw oeei mixed with
At the Milan Airport she toltf
newsmen there was nothing to
Meneghinl's statement that she
and Onassis were "in love like
'"These are statements of an ex
asperated man wbo speaks under
the influence of the bitterness
gnawing at'hlra," she said."
A resident of Cleveland, Ohio,
Kaska first was employed by the
Coroial Exchange in August, 1928,
as a bus line manager. He served
in this capacity while in tne U.S
Army and was retained in the po
sition after his discharge.
In 1945 he was transferred to
the Fort Clayton Exchange as su supervisor
pervisor supervisor of Pacific sector garages
and in 1949 was transferred to Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force Base as garags
and service station manager. Pro Promoted
moted Promoted to Albrook Exchange man manager
ager manager in 19.52, he went to the Fort
Kobbe Exchange in 1958 as man manager,
ager, manager, a position he holds at pre present.
sent. present. Barard was born in Panama Ci City
ty City and attended grade school. .in
She 'Old.Rec Hall" in the Calido Calido-nia
nia Calido-nia SeCti6n. After graduation from
elementary school he worked for
the United Fruit Co. and at the
Barard's association with the
Exchange Service began in March
1928, when he was employed as
a stock boy for the Corozal Post
Exchange. During his more than
30 years of service he has served
as cashier, sales clerk, depart
ment manager in charge of the
mobile exchange and a sales sec section
tion section head. As manager of the mo
bile exchange operation .ie had
Six units which serviced such Ar
my outposts as those at Madden
Dam, Gamboa, AA batteries, bar bar-r""
r"" bar-r"" balloon and smoke pot out outposts.
posts. outposts. "1'he mobile units were disband disbanded
ed disbanded after (he war and Barard re returned
turned returned to Corozal as a sales cierk.
In 1950 he was transferred to the
Fort Clayton Exchange as a sales
section head, a post he still holds.
Cox came to Panama in 1925
from Grenada, BWI. In July 1929
h was employed by the Fort Da
vis Exchange as an accounting
machine operator and at other
times during his service he has
worjed as bookeeper and ac accountant.
countant. accountant. At present he is in the
fiscal and accounting division of
the Central Exchange Office at
Cox has seen many changes
take place in the Exchange Serv Service
ice Service during his employment. To
him the most significant was the
'consolidation of accounting controls-
in the Atlantic and Pacific
sestors, and the eventual organi organization
zation organization of the fiscal and account accounting
ing accounting division.
Air Force Vet Heads American Fliers
Planning To Fight Commies For Laos
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (UPI)
A group of American fliers of fo
tune are torming a voiunieer Air
Force like the famed Flying Ti
gers to help fight Communists in
Laos, it was disclosed yesterday.
A veteran Texas combat pilot,
Clifton L. Speer.o 'f Houston, was
reported negotiating with the
Vientiane government for a con contract.
tract. contract. The State Department in Wash
ington said it knew nothing about!
the venture but intended to find
out. It declined comment until it;
got the details.
W. M. Cleveland, vice com commander
mander commander of the new group, said
that k already has a promise of
these transports from Mme.
Cleveland said the group was
called "American Fliers for Laos"
and had been endorsed by the
New Mexico Department of the
Veterans of Foreign War?.
Cleveland said 1,900 Air Force
reservists all over the country
had been contacted and S00 vol volunteers,
unteers, volunteers, including 70 pilots, "are
ready to go."
There was no Immediate lndlca
tion what, if any, effect tha for-
Confess To Crime
LOS ANGELES (UPI)
young salesman who was 'post
tivelv identified" by five persons
as one of two armed robbers
of a clothing store was released
from jail yesterday, following the
confession jf two other men.
Clifford D. Isbell, 22, of San
Bernardino, Calif., was in jail
for 27 days on charges of taking
$1,242 from the store in nearby
Pico-Rivera on Aug. 22. He was
held despite in alibi supported by
nine persons that he was in San
Bernardino at the time of the
"It's a great feeling lo be out,"
Isbell said. 'I can hardly believe
Isbell, a handsome dark-haired
man who said he had never
been in trouble before jith police,
was arrested Aug. 28" when sher sheriff's
iff's sheriff's deputies received a tip that
the two robbers lived in San Ber Bernardino,
nardino, Bernardino, about 70 miles east of
The man arrested with Isbell
was released, but Isbell was put
in a police lineup and the store
salesman "positively identified"
him. He noted Isbell was wearing
the same kind of dark suit worn
by one of the robbers.
Four other persons came for forward
ward forward to "positively identifv" Is Isbell.
bell. Isbell. He was ordered held for
trial on an armed robbery charge,
which carries a possible life Im Imprisonment
prisonment Imprisonment sentence.
He was unable to raise the
$25,000 bail. F lost his job. and
had to spend $1,000 on attorney
fees. His case seemed hopeless.
The sheriff's office yesterday
received a telegram from nol'oe in
Billings, Mont., who reported two
Fisher. 29, and Billy L. Williams,
21, had confessed the crime. They
gave the' exact date of the rob robbery
bery robbery and the amount of money
KHARTOUM, Sudan (UPI) -President
Ibrahim Abboud handed
down sentences six of them for
life imprisonment yesterday to
i2 army officer? who were court
martialed for plotting to over overthrow
throw overthrow the governmeni May 22.
Six of the officers, including two
members of the Supreme Council,
had been sentenced by the court
martial to death. But the Presi President
dent President commuted their sentences to
mation of the group would have
on United Nations consideration of
tne iaos situation.
The U.N. Security Council sent
a four-man fact-finding team to
the. little southeast Asian country
last week. It has been investigat investigating
ing investigating charges by the royal govern government
ment government that Communist North Viet
Nam has sent troops into Laos.
Dispatches from Vientiane
yesterday quoted acting Foreign
Minister Sisouk Nachamtoassak as
saying rebel units had stepped up
activities throughout the country
to make the rebellion appear na nationwide
tionwide nationwide and to take th Mme-
light off border incursions.
Laos got support for its charges
from Defense Secretary Neil H.
McElroy. He declared in Tokyo
that "in my personal opinion
North Viet Nam has been sup supporting
porting supporting the rebels in Laos.'
The South China Morning Post,
published in Hong Kong, quoted
Speer as saying he hoped to send
the group of American volunteers
Into Laos before Nov. 1.
Speer said the organization
' would be patterned after tha late
Gen. Claire Cherihault's 'famous
New Guidance System For Satellite
To Be Tried In Next US Space Probe
WASHINGTON, (UPI) Amer American
ican American scientists will try in a week
or so to steer'' a 375-pound space
package into orbit around the
moon with a guidance system ap apparently,
parently, apparently, 'Bever used before in
As far as is known, it will be
the first use of the system known
as midcourse or terminal guid
ance. Previous space vehicles, in including
cluding including Russia's Lunik that
scored a bull's-eye on the moon's
surface, relied on "initial guid
Initial guidance systems operate
only as long as the rockets are
firing. After that the rockets
coast to their target like rifle
bullets or intercontinental ballis
With terminal guidance, scien
tists on the earth can radio in instructions
structions instructions to a rocket that change
its course as it soars through
space. One purpose of the U. S.
moon shot will be to test equip equipment
ment equipment designed to direct the space
vehicle into a lunar orbit.
It was understood that the 375-
pound instrument package will
contain small directional rockets
that can be aimed and fired by
remote radio control.
American scientists began plan
ning for their moon shot before
Russia announced the successful
flight of it4 Lunik II. However,
wuromunniMg .. am iiiiiiiMiiiM"S:!a"w i..mm
RESERVE COMMISSION MSgt. Jack H. Smith, senior engineer
and equipment instructor with the Engineer Section of the U.S.
Army Caribbean, Fort Gulick, takes the oath of allegiance for a
reserve commission from Col. Richard I. Paul, director of the
technical department of the school. Smith, who came into the, Army
in 1950 and a veteran construction engineer of the Korean con conflict,
flict, conflict, now is a senior engineer and equipment instructor with the
school for students of the Latin American military. He is graduate
of the Engineer Equipment and Mechanics Course, Fort Belvoir,
Va; machinist course (Ordnance) Aberdeen Proving Grounds, and
the Army Language School, Presidio of Monterey, Calif.
(U.S. Army Photo).
Put On FBI's Wanted List
fugitive frederick Anthony
Seno, who once robbed his mother;
and threatened to kill is ex-wife,
was placed yesterday on the FBI's
list of 10 most wanted criminals.
Seno, heavily-tattooed and a de devotee
votee devotee of the race track, has
criminal career ating back to
1926 when he was sentenced in
Illinois for grand larceny. He has
since centered his Stick-up activi activities
ties activities in the midwest, having served
prison terms in Minnesota and In Indiana.
diana. Indiana. The escapade 'which placed him
on the FBI list occurred last De December
cember December when Seno, 52, escaped
from the confinement area of a
Cook County (Chicago) courtroom,
he was awaiting trial on charges
of holding up two Chicago super supermarkets.
markets. supermarkets. The FBI is seeking Seno on a
carge of unlawful flight from
the state of Illinois to avoid pros pros-ection
ection pros-ection for armed robbery.
Described by the FBI as
"armed and xtremely danger
ous," police also refer to Seno as
a "walking art gallery" of tattoo tattooing.
ing. tattooing. He is slender, of medium
height, with dark brown hair,
brown eyes and a ruddy com complexion.
plexion. complexion. He wears bifocal glasses and is
unable to see without them for
any length of time.
The FBI said Seno lived with
his mother for a While after de deserting
serting deserting his wife. At that time, he
allegedly persuaded her to trans transfer
fer transfer her life savings and proceeds
Two Local Officers
On Selection List
Two officers from this com command
mand command appear on the current De Department
partment Department of the Army selection
list. They are Capt. Fra n c i s c o
Meji-Flores, instructor at the
tactics department of the USAR USARCARIB
CARIB USARCARIB School, Fort Gulick, and
1st. Lt. Clifton H. Deringer Jr.,
Headquarters and Headquarters
Company, 1st Battle Group, 20th
Flying Tigers who helped China in
the war against Japan.
Speer was quoted as saying the
organization would be financed
through public donations and the
support of civic and veterans or
Cleveland said Speer was an
Air Force reservist with the rank
of major and had 10 years ex
perience in Asia,
CORNICE KILLS MAN
NEW YORK (UPI) A man
dentified as George James McAl McAl-vanah,
vanah, McAl-vanah, 79, wig killed yesterday
while walking along the street
when,, ,4WpqunAtl?tiosv Utor Utor-nice
nice Utor-nice fell on him.
the success of the Soviet experi experiment
ment experiment put added pressure on them
to surpass the Russians.
It is more difficult to orbit the
moon than to hit it. In addition,
Lunik U s usefulness as a scien scientific
tific scientific instrument ended when it
crashed on the moon. The U.S.
probe, if successful, will provide
information for some time.
The American space package is
expected to hold its orbit around
the moon for several weeks. After
that, because of the earth's gravi gravitational
tational gravitational pull, if may end up in a
long orbit around both the moon
and the earth.
Scientists hope to obtain de detailed
tailed detailed maps of the moon's sur surface,
face, surface, including much of the side
never seen from earth. Its instru
ments also should report on the
moon's structure, magnetic and
gravitational fields, atmosphere
The probe will be launched by
an Atlas-able rocket at Cape Ca Canaveral,
naveral, Canaveral, Fla., in the early days
of October when the moon will
be in the most favorable position.
Total thrust of the rocket will
be only about two-thirds as great
as that of Russia's moon rocket.
The package will weigh less than
half of Russia's 860-pound Lunik,
but it apparently will be far more
advanced and more important to
future space travel.
of the sale of her home to an ac account
count account under his name.
Seno then withdrew all the
money in the account, the FBI
gaid, leaving his mother destitute.
The fugitive is known to like
high living and gambling, particu particularly
larly particularly on the horses. He has
worked as a costruction laborer,
bricklayer, maintenance man and
In addition to his tattooing, Seno
has hese distinguishing marks:
bullet scars on the outside of his
upper left arm and left shoulder
blade, a scar under his chin, one
in the center of his lower left lip,
another n his forehead, three
small scars on the right side of
his upper lip and others on his
left index finger and between his
A list of his tattooing includes
boxig gloves inscribed with the
name Freddie, a cat and 1930 on
his left arm; a heart between the
thumb and forefinger of his right
hand; the word "love" on the fin fingers
gers fingers of his left hand and a cross
on his left shoulder.
2 Union Officials
Indicted On Charges
Of Extorting Funds
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Jus Justice
tice Justice Department yesterday an announced
nounced announced the indictment of two un union
ion union officials on Charges of extort extorting
ing extorting money under threat of provok provoking
ing provoking labor disputes and work stop stoppages.
pages. stoppages. The six-count indctment was re returned
turned returned against Cornelius J. Noo Noo-nan,
nan, Noo-nan, president and business agent
of Inland Terminal Workers un
ion Local 1730, International Long
shoremen s Assn., and H a r o l
Gross, president of Teamster Un Union
ion Union Local 320 in Miami, Fla.
. It was returned by a federal
grand jury in New York City.
Noonan and Gross were ac accused
cused accused of extorting $20,000 in year yearly
ly yearly installments of $4,000 each over
a five-year-period from 1954 to
1958 from Neo Gravure Printing
Co., Weehawken, N.J.
They allegedly demanded the
money for peaceful delivery of the
Hearst Sunday supplement, "The
American Weekly," to the new
At the time of the alleged ex extortion,
tortion, extortion, the .indictment said, Noo Noonan
nan Noonan was president of the long longshoremen's
shoremen's longshoremen's local involved m de
livery of he supplement., Gross
was foreman in charge of check checkers
ers checkers and platform workers for Neo
The grand jury said the two de
fendanti extorted the payments
"under threat of labor disputes,
work stoppages and other labor
Hungarian 'Freedom Fight Leader
Severely Beaten In San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)
Ferenc Iszak, leader of the Hun-
ganan Freedom Fighters of San
Francisco and outspoken critic of
Nikita Khrushchev s American vis visit,
it, visit, was beaten severely early
yesterday after he was lured
from his home by a mysterious
His wife blamed the beating on
communists, but police said there
was a possibility it was on out outgrowth
growth outgrowth of dissention among the
Iszak, who fled Hungary in a
hi jacked airliner, refused to tell
police anything about the attack.
He was found in Golden Gate
Park, lying in front of his car.
The auto's lights were burning
and the ignition was on. leading
police to believe the assailants
had taken him by' surprise.
His wife, Enese, 26, told police
he had received a telephone call
at their home about three hours
earlier. Visibly upset he left the
house wothout telling her who
called or where he was going,
During an anti-communist dem demonstration
onstration demonstration here last Saturday, Is Iszak
zak Iszak made a vigorous speech de
nouncing the Soviet Premier and
opposing his visit to the United
Khrushchev wis in San Fran
cisco Sunday, Monday and Tues
Mrs. Iszak said her husband
began to receive threatening tele telephone
phone telephone calls Monday and that the
calls had continued.
She said she was convinced the
beating "has some connection
with the communist party."
Her brother, Levente Osvath,
25, who was staying with her
Wednesday as a body guard, al
so thought communists were re responsible."
sponsible." responsible." Iszak said he didn't remember
what had happened.
He was very evasive," said
officer Robert Landucci. .'He's
obviously holding out on us.
Landucci said that on Aug. 1
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Good footf? 14? Delicious meals wd tkc
-Ifszak told police tie a teen
threatened by some elements with-
in the freedom fighters' organiza-
tion. Landucd theorized that the
disagreement which Iszak sever
fully explained might have beea t
behind the beating.
LINCOLN SPECIAUST Dr.'
James Monaghan (above)., Lin,
coin specialist, will deliver two.
lectures in English Monday at
8 p.m. in the cultural center ef
the Panamanian-North Ameri American
can American Association on the personal personality
ity personality and humor of Abraham Lin Lincoln.
coln. Lincoln. A consultant of the Wykes
collection of Lincolniana at the
University of California, Mona Monaghan
ghan Monaghan is on a tour sponsored by
the Educational Exchange Pro-'
gram of the U.S. State Depart-.
WILL STUDY BALDNES
NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (UPI)
The Colgate-Palmolive Co., hat
established a new laboratory here
to discover the cause and effect
a cure for baldness. Scientists at
the plant also will try to discover
the cause of skin wrinkles and
e Perfect Onmfort
e Cost lesw by luting
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' PAGI FOUR
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AH INDIPCNDEVT DAILY NIWSPAPEt
JUCWS Or ENGAGEMENTS, MARRIAGES. BIRTHS, PARTIFS AND TRAVEL SHOULD B6 MAILED
PROMPTLY TO BOX-NUM BER SHOWN. IT WiLL BE RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OVER
PANAMA 2-0740 OR 2-0741 BETWEEN 8:00 AND 10 A.M. ONLY.
INTER-SERVICE PARTY FOR ARMY-NAVY FOOTBALL GAME
TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 21 AT KOBBE OFFICERS CLUB
Officers f all branches ef the irmid servicei have bean invit invited
ed invited tt attend an inter-service party at the Fort Kobbe Offictri Club
n November 21, the day of the annual Army-Navy football oame
P re-game fattivitiai will begin at 12:30 p.m. Tht gamt will ba
braadcait evtr CFN radio.
Mrs. Daniels Ta Attend
Mrs. Ruth Daniels, American
Legion Auxiliary department pre
gident, will leave the Isthmus Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening to at -nd I
dents' and secretaries' conference
In Indianapolis, Inu. alv .-.o io
return on Thursday.
Painting Ordered Removed Because
It Insulted Mexican Govt. Official
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 26 (UP1)
The government fine arts de department
partment department director ordered a large
painting removed from a government-sponsored
exhibit on grounds
it insulted a government official.
Celestino Gorostiza, the fine
arts department chief, said he ex expected
pected expected a storm of protest against
The painting was cescribed as;pez Anas lor prosecuting leaders
"Caricature oi reueiai nuui nuui-Bey
Bey nuui-Bey General Fernando Lopez A-
fon-in-law oi Marxist laow icau
tr, Vicente Lombardo Toledano.
Objections to the painting ap-1
peared in yesterday's newspapers,
and Grostiza acted promptly.
He said however, that the pri-l
Clary responsibility was that of
Miguel Salas Anzures, head of the
plastic arts section in Gorostiza's
department. Salas is in Brazil.
The Teen Club,
Registration begins, Oct.
2 & 3, all day.
The whole family will enjoy
the feeling; of freshness which
MEXANA powder jjives. For
prickly heat, rash, eczema,
diaper rash 23
and skin ir irritations
ritations irritations .
r .nrr .."i
Guard Against ILJ
Charcoaled Filel Steak 1.7.
(Hiicken Sancocho 0.60
Barbecued Rabbit 1.30
Barbecued Venison 1.50
Hash with Yucca & Green
Crisp Fried Chicken 1.25
Spaghetti with Goat Meat. . 1.25
Sat unlay & Sunday
Delicious Chicken Tainales 1.00
Wide Choice of Your Favorite
Wines and Liquor?
Harvast Moon Ball
At Balboa 'Y' Tonight
The Balboa YMCA Armed 1 ore ore-es
es ore-es Service Center will be the
scene this evening of a Har.ist
Moon BA1I, With music for danc danc-ing
ing danc-ing by Danny Bishop and his or orchestra,
chestra, orchestra, from 8 to 11 p.m.
Members of the Girls' Seivice
with an exhibit ul Mexican paint painting
ing painting in lilt KlO iJiCIUl.di a., o.
ine six-loot hign paint, ng de depicted
picted depicted Ixipez Arias in a woman
toga, witn the scales ol justice
conapsed in one hanu and a roll
of toilet tissue in anomer. A mon monstrous
strous monstrous ligure with neaa and lace
completely covered by a iNazt steel
helmet hovered over him.
It annarenllv was rriticizin? Ij-
of strikes, during the past year,
Diamtni on communist uguai on.
Several demonstrations by unions
u)erly uf expression has limits,
Gorostiza said, "anj cannot be
extended to include acts which
violate our laws."
SI. Paul's Flower
Contest Ends Friday
With Lasl Tally
Ending the popularity contest
under the auspices of St Paul's
Church for Queen of Flo vr-r : I
count of votes will be held in the
Jamaican hocietv hail n.x, ,
day night at 7:30
11 is expected that there will
be a large turnout of backers to
boost their respective camliates
in this, the only count of votes.
The candidate amassing the
most votes will enjoy the distinc distinction
tion distinction of reigning as queen over the
annual parish fiesta planned for
the Jamaican Society hall on the
night of Oct. 16.
As sponsor lor .Marliza Brown,
reprsenting lily, the Choir Guild
will present a var.ety program at
the Sojourners hall next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday night, starting 7:30.
Other sponsoring organizations
are the Knights ol St. Paul, Mar
cia Joseph, carnation; Woman's
Auxiliary No. 1, Marcia Henry,
red rose; Woman's Auxiliary No.
2, Yolanda Leon, Gladola; All ar
Guild, Emita Hammond, dahlia;
and Girls' Friendly Society. Young
People's Fellowship and Acolvtcs
Guild, Patricia Knight, daisv.
CHILD FATALLY BURNED
NEW Y(VKK (UPI) Patrol Patrol-man
man Patrol-man Hudolph Mingoia, 31, rushed
a 2 month old infn' i !7
flights of stairs yesterday from a
burn ng apai iiiu'ii, mi
died 30 minutes later at St. Luke's
Hospital. Police said IN' I iv in
the bedroom of Mrs. F '- tiI Jo -er's
apartment apparently was
caused by the dc.iu enm, s 6 .'a r r-oH
oH r-oH sister who had been playing
just 300 ft. from tha
San Francisco entrance.
Organ zation will serve as dance
partners at the semi-formal af affair.
fair. affair. Refreshments will be served.
There is no cnarge for the par party.
ty. party. Informal Dane Tonight
At Cristobal Skyroom
Royal Palm Chapter Two, Ord Order
er Order ol the Eastern Star, will spons sponsor
or sponsor an informal dance this evening
lrom 9 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal Skyroom.
Hans Janowitz and his orches orchestra
tra orchestra will play for dancing and the
Hulanan s directed by Mrs. Ruth
Walea will perform during the
, Proceeds from the dance will
be used for the Eastern Star
Retirement Party Tonight
For Mr. and Mrs. Zierten
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Zierten
will be guests of honor this eve evening
ning evening at a retirement party spons sponsored
ored sponsored by B.P.O. Eiks Lodge 1414
at the Tivoli Guest House.
A buffet supper w.ll be follow followed
ed followed by dancing.
Robtlcah Lodga Croup
Bi-Monthly Card Party
The Rebekah Lodge Card Group
will have a bi-monthly card par party
ty party Monday at 12:30 at the Win
Memorial Building. A covered
dish luncheon will be served.
Guests are invited to attend.
Guesi Of US Army
On Canal Zone
Three officers of the Peruvian
Army were guests of U. S. Army
Caribbean this week as they par par-.t.cipateM
.t.cipateM par-.t.cipateM in oa'ienution-observer
training in G-3 activities. Tneir
visit was sponsored by the Mli Mli-tary
tary Mli-tary Assistance Progran,
Brig. Gen. Aususto Komero Lovo.
Lchiei ot trie rcruvian Army's
Fifth Department (training and
schools), Col. Jorge Rendon 'ie la
Lcma, director of the Peruvian
Army s cavalry school, and Mai.
Miguel Pereyra Arroyo, assistant
chief of schools of the Fifth De-
partment, arrived in the Canal
; one on Saturday and left for
Dur.ng a visit to the Atlantic
side they observed artillery train training
ing training of the 4th Gun Battalion,
517th Artillery units, as they en engaged
gaged engaged in semi-annual s e r v i c e
practice firing at Battery Mac Mac-Kenzie.
Kenzie. Mac-Kenzie. The visitors also tourned the
i'. b. Army Caribbean School at
rort Gulick'and had an apportu-
nity to meet with a number of
Peruvian students now taking
train ng at the school. An orien orientation
tation orientation at the Jungle W r f a re
Training Center, Fort Sherman,
was on the agenda before the
party returned to the P a c i I ic
Ther schedule included a tour
of the 1st Battle Group, 20th
Infantry, and D Company, 34th
Armor, at Fort Kobbe, as well as
a tour of Miraflores Locks. Ro Romero,
mero, Romero, Rendjn and Pereyra were
guests at an official luncheon at
the Fori Amador Officer's Club
Thursday and then attended a
br cling at USARCARIB headquar
Escort officer was Co. John D.
Woods of the U. S. Army Mis
sion to Peru.
Another Peruvian officer, Lt.
Col. Alberto Carmona, left the
Isthmus Salurday after studying
headquarters operations at the
Adjutant General's Section
Invited To Camera
Club Meeting Mon.
The new Central Camera Club
will hold its regular semi-monthly
meeting Monday, September 28,
at 7:30 p.m., Rm. 31, Bldg. 381,
89 St. in Carrasquilla.
An informal discussion on "Know
More About Your Camera" plu
camera demonstrations will be
Club membership is open to
both amateur and professional pho photographers.
tographers. photographers. Interested persons are
invited lo attend Monday night's
The club was organized lasl
month to better aquaint photo photography
graphy photography fans with capiera opera operations
tions operations and the photographic arts.
Club officers are Benjamin
Price, president; Kent Harris,
treasurer; George E. Sanders, se secretary
cretary secretary and R. E. Rogers, assist assistant
ant assistant manager.
YPF To Hold Fete
The St. Christopher'! Young
People are now completing ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for Tuesday at T:?0
p.m. when a grand festival will
take place at the home of Mrs.
Murray 14th Slreet Rio Abaio
N. 2915, in honor of their fanili fanili-date,
date, fanili-date, Miss Felicia Flynn.
There will also be uancaln with
the latest stereophonic records
and oilier entertainment.
ANYONI FOR FOOD?
LONDON (UPI) A chapter of
Ihe ancient 'Brotherhood of the
Guild of Turning-Spit Roasters"
has been) established in Britain.
The Frenfch organization, founded
;n 124R, rlim. it i th- oldei or order
der order of gastronomy in the world.
John's Other Wife
j ,( President'!
1 1 Soften in
12 She was
in New Y
2 Province of
2 Boy's name
( Play host to
7 Oriental coin
Candied sea sea-holly
holly sea-holly root
16 Pewter eoin
20 Golf mound
22 Go (dial.)
29 Correlative of
38 Short Short-napped
napped Short-napped fabric
41 Animal doctor
42 Ampere (ab.)
43 Pigeon pea
ri2 Most rational
" 3 Pester
Army Issues Firing Schedule
Units of U.S. Army Caribbean
will be engaged in a variety of
weapons activity, Including over over-water
water over-water firing, during the week of
Sept. 27 Oct. 3.
Antiaircraft guns will be firing
over the Caribbean sea from Bat Battery
tery Battery MacKenzie, Fort Sherman re reservation,
servation, reservation, throughout the entire
week, Sunday included. Training
will be carried on from 7 a.m. to
5 p.m. daily.
Persons likely to be flying or
boating in the area are warned
that firing will extend a maximum
horizontal range of 16.6 miles from
360 degrees (due north) to 270 de
grees (due west) from Battery
MacKenzie. Maximum altitude
will be 60,500 feet.
Pina Light Artillery Range, also
on the Atlantic side, will be in use
between 7 a.m. and i p.m. on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, for direct fire exercises in involving
volving involving high explosive shells and
105mm howitzer ammunition. The
maximum altitude will be 730 feet
and the horizontal range 4200
At the same range on Tuesday,
famUiarizat on firing with the
60mm and 80mm mortar will be
Jungle Jim Price
Lectures At Kobbe
Service Club Soon
A leriei of lectures on "Know
Your Neighbor" will be inauga inauga-rated
rated inauga-rated bv the Fort Kobbe Service
Club, beginning at S p.m. Mon Monday,
day, Monday, October 8.
Jungle Jim Price, tour director
at r.l ranama Himn. wilt initiate
the five week programs with an
illustrated talk on tht San Bias
Leaves For States
For JA Conference
Colonel Thomas J. Henderson,
U. S. Army Caribbean judge ad advocate,
vocate, advocate, left this week to attend
the annual Army Judge Advo Advocate's
cate's Advocate's Conference. Sessions iwill
be held at the Judge Advocate
General's School, Charlottesville,
Va., from September 28 through
N O W
NO COVER OR MINIMUM CHARGE
9:15 and 11:15 nightly
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in progress between 8 a.m. and
4 p.m. Smoke and white phosphor
us shells are to be fired, with a
maximum altitude of 5000 feet and
a horizontal range of 5000 yards.
On Wednesday, .45 caliber pis pistol
tol pistol firing will be carried on at the
Fort Davis Small range between
7 a.m. and 5 p.m. The maximum
altitude is 2000 feet and the hori horizontal
zontal horizontal range is 1650 yards.
Between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on
Wednesday and 9 a.m. to noon on
Thursday, Banana Island will be
used for student instruction in ex explosive
plosive explosive training.
At the Rio Hato training area.
there will be activity throughout
the week on a 24-hour-a-day basis.
Training tests will be in progress
with mortars and rifles fired,
maximum altitude will be 5000
feet and the horizontal range will
be 8400 yards.
On the Pacific side, Empire
Known Distance Range is sched scheduled
uled scheduled for firing with the M l Rifle
from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday
through Saturday. The maximum
altitude is 75 feet and the, horizont horizontal
al horizontal "range 3500 yards.
The Venado Beach Range also
will be used Thursday, Friday and
Saturday, from 7 a.m. to 4:30
p.m., with the maximum altitude
1000 feet and the horizontal range
5000 yards. Machine guns, rifles
and the 76mm cannon will be
utilized to fire blank ammunition.
At Phifer Ranger, Fort Kobbe,
light machine guns and the .45
caliber pistol are to be fired on
Thursday, Friday and Satudday
between 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Maximum altitude will be 500 feet
and the horizontal range will be
A general meeting of fee Ca
nal Zone Society For Prevention
of Cruelty to Animals will be held
on Monday evening, at 7:30 at
the Balboa J. W. B
Sgt. A. Mihlhauser, an authori authority
ty authority on the rajsing of parakeets
(budgies), will be the guest speak speaker.
er. speaker. Reports of the Society's acti activities
vities activities will be presented furing the
The society runs a daily ad in
the lower corner of th s newsoa newsoa-per's
per's newsoa-per's classified ad section where
animaU available for adoption are
1 AJL I
The Angel of Spain
ly OSWALD JACOIY
Written for NIA Service
6 A pi uudo
A I I tt4 m
nuaumA trjnos put Hiok
v i s oi
5 01 fX
South was a sufferer from an
advanced case of the disease
known at "Pass Allergy." He did
not like to be (hut out.
He had passed originally and
in advanced cases of the disease
a man who has passed once never
wants to pass again.
Fortunately for North this was
one time when he had the cure
for his partner's disease. Four
good trumps always come in
handy when your partner stabs at
a suit at the three level and in
spite of his aceless holding, North
raised his partner to game.
There wasn't too much to the
"Ifiy of the hand. South trumped
the second heart and since he did
not want to give up trump control
he promptly led the six and ft ft-ncprl
ncprl ft-ncprl rinmmv'i iack. When that
held South was able to make five-
Anart from the allergies discuss
ed above it is interesting to note
that if West had passed instead oi
blddinr three hearts North prooa prooa-hlv
hlv prooa-hlv wrV'1 have Dassd also. In
stead o1 chalking up a nice game
South would have had to strucgle
to make two clubs.
Q The bidding has been:
North East Sooth Wert
.1 A 2 Double 2 V
Pass Pasa ?
You, South, hold:
A3 2 7S Q10S7 AA Kill
What do you do?
A Fasa. Yon uat null And a
Instead of passing your part partner
ner partner has bid two spade over
West's two-heart bid. What do
you do now?
Training At Kobbe
Five Ecuadorian soldiers began
a five-week on-the-job training
exercise with the 518th Engineer
Company, (Combat) Fort Kobbe,
Monday to learn the operation
of heavy engineering equipment.
They will earn maintenance
and repair of the same type e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment in a similar training
program with the Engi n e e r i n g
Maintenance Section at Corozal
beginning October 23, when they
leave Fort Kobbe. and will work
at Corazal until December S.
At Fort Kobbe, the men will
train with several pieces of heavy
equipment such as the M-12 mo motorized
torized motorized road grader and several
scrapers and dozers. The five
will also learn operation of a 2-1-2
ton 210 air compressor and
a three-quarter ton Garmond
During their time with the
maintenance shops at Corozal,
the Ecuadorians will stay at the
U. S. Army garnaon ai ron
The students are: Corporals Ve Ve-lastegui
lastegui Ve-lastegui Vaca Milton Gustavo,
Salazar Erazo Carlos Amable. Ta Ta-pia
pia Ta-pia Pabon Miguel, and Tottes
Arteaga Cesar Anibal and Private
Castillo Ochoa Manuel Amador.
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KENTUCKY AWARD MSgt. Cafl J. Cooley, a recent arrival la
the U.S. Army Caribbean and assigned to the S-3 Section, Fort
Clayton, receives a Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant for
outstanding service at Fort Knox, Ky., his last duty station before
coming to Panama. At Fort Knox, Cooley was operations sergeant
for the 3rd Training Regiment (Infantry) from May 1957 to July
of this year. He and his family arrived in USARCARIB last month
and are quartered at Fort Clayton. Pinning on the ribbon-is Col.
John D. Coney, post commander, Fort Clayton. (U.S. Army Photo).
US Military Police Observes
18 Years Of Maintaining Law
Members of the Military Police
Corps stationed all over the world
today will celebrate 18 successful
years of helping to maintain law
Throughout the Panama area,
the Military Police maintain con
stant vigilance serving the com
mand, all military personnel and
their dependents. One of the tasks
i rendering assistance and fur furnishing
nishing furnishing information. The main
missions are to maintain order
within the command, to protect
all government and private pro
perty on military installations, in
vestigate crimes and control traf traffic
fic traffic on military reservations.
The military policeman has ma
ny diversified duties and is being
constantly trained so that he is
capable of fulfilling the duties
with which be is cnarged.
The provost marshal, USAR USAR-carib,
carib, USAR-carib, also maintains liaison with
the officials of personnel of ttie
U.S. armed forces on -duty on the
In addition to the normal per
formance of town patrol duties
and the apprehending of soldiers
for minor infractions of regula regulations,
tions, regulations, military police have the fol following
lowing following functions: Evacuation of
refugees during times of crisis,
operation of confirment facilities,
retraining and rehabilitation of mi military
litary military prisoners and of course the
overall protecton of the welfare tf
fellow soldiers. A military police policemen's
men's policemen's main objective is to assist
and protect the majority who are
law-abiding and apprehend the
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minority who infringe on the righti
Military Police operations In
USARCARIB are divided into
two major groups, under the su
pervision of Col. Jack M. Ernst,
provost marshal. The Atlantis
Area provost marshall is Major
Delos E. Keelean of the 549th Mi Military
litary Military Police Company. On the
Pacific side, the area provost
marshal is Major Henry H. Ge Ge-recke
recke Ge-recke of the 534th Military Police
Two other units functioning un under
der under the operational control of the
provost marshal, USARCARIB,
area the 517th Military Police De Detachment,
tachment, Detachment, which operates the
USARCARIB Guardhouse, and the
50th Military Police Detachment,
(Criminal Investigation), which
provides trained investigators for
both the Atlantic and Pacific
Seven officer promotions were
made in U. S. Army Caribbean
this week. These advanced in
rank includee: To lieutenant co co-ronel,
ronel, co-ronel, Maj. Edgar N. Glotzbach,
Headquarters, Antilles Command;
to Major, Capt. Howard A. Smith,
post headquarters,. Fort. Amador;
John.M. Simon Jr.r-U. S. Army
Technical Services Pacific, Fort
Calyton; Julia E. Lavin, Ma L.
Brown, Mary E. McFaul and Ve Ve-neta
neta Ve-neta L. Shore, all with Rogriguei
.Army Hospital, Puerto Rico.
AND SATURDAY THRU WEDNESDAY
Los Tres Caklleros
(THE THREE GENTLEMEN)
Three Mexican singers, who have achiev.
ed outstanding success in the United
States, South America, Mexico, Havana,
and many other places and
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fATTBDAT. SEPTEMBER II, JIS
THS PANAMA AMERICAN AJf INDEPENDENT DAILY KEWSPAPC
I' 1ST HliAM CHURCH NOTICES 1 1 1
Church of Christ
UUOA: OUt Balboa Roea
tHItiUUWO: atouea 814V MM UA
, atnaay aJO
A ilora cnurch uvoid to
tna raligious idal of
: individual frMdom.
36ZvAneon Blvd., AnconC.Z.
A cordial wtlcomt i xtnd.
ed to all to attind Sunday
services at 10:30 a.m.
"Faith it- lov taking tho
form of aspiration"
William El t y
COCOLt APTlaT CHURCH
311 Bruja Road
- Drawer 3343 Balboa, C.
; Edamaa a. Stallworta Putoi
llornuU Worship ) a-m
RaWg Union M0.?
Workup 70 P-
pray Meeting & Bible
Study Each Wedneeday. ... 1:00 p-m-grutnerhood-lst
Itch Month .,. 7.00 pjn.
Eaeb Month 7.30 p.in
riRSl HAJTIS1 CHURCH
Balboa Heights, C Z
tiZ7 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer B' Balboa Heights
Pbone Balboa 1727
William B. Beeby. Pastor
Sunday School . :30 a.m.
Morning Worship 10:46 a.m
Baptist Training Union .... a 30 p.m.
Ivangellstic Service 7 :30 p ro
Prayer Meeting. Wednesday. 7:00 pm
W M S Hlbii Stud lUurs-
days a KM sjs
Men Brotherhood (Leal
Monday in month I '40 djb
8'lKSl BAPTIS1 CHURCH
Margarita Avenue at Stb Street
Margarita. Canal Zone
Rsv. Wendell C Parker. Pastor
Ikornins Worship 11:00 a jn.
gapust i raining union s:ao pjn.
I fcvenlne Worship 7:45 pjn.
Brothcriiuud, Tuesday 7 :00 o.m.
W M l) lat A 3rd rriday
u.A. ha sunneama.
I PANAMA Cll'V
I Major Mrs. w. Bishop
lltTebruary Street. Phona: 21-30054
il :oo riounea Meeting
' 3:00 Sunday School
:30 Salvation Matting
(Envoy ti Mil. C. L. Moselsy
IGulana Street (
11.00 Holiness Meeting
Br. Captain It Mrs. H. Grant
14th Street. Phone 33 743
11:00 Holiness Meeting
3:00 Sunday School
7:3Q Salvation Maetlng
COLON THIRD STREIT
Sr. Captain S. Taylor
u:w Holiness Meeting
3.00 Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meeting
RAINBOW CITY. CZ.
Envoy J. Gill
3:uo Sunday School
7:30 Salvation Meatlng
Rev. OrvlUe i. Hine
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Pastor's Phone 2-148C
Church Office 2-3236
1:30 a.m. Church School Free bus
Iserviee. Classes lor all ages.
10:30 a.m. worshlo service Story
Hour for kindergarten and primary
jehlldren Church Time cradle roll
:00 D.m. Pnst High Fellowship.
6:30 D.m. 1:00 D m. Junior Hiih
pjn. senior mgn isiiowsnip.
Margarita Ava. and Bolivar Hwy.
Rev. Theodore E. franklin Pastor
Phones' Office. 3-2343. Rea 3-14M
y:43 a.m. uiurcn scnooi. sua servict
Classes: Nursery through adult
ilrOO a.m. Morning Worship.
jMiir en foi Infant and small chll
grOO p.m. Junior Fellowship.
:1S p.m Youth Fellowship.
A tomnlete schedule of auxlllsrv c
Ivltles and official meetinp aa an
nounced trom wees to week.
Rev. Warner M. Aldertan, Pastor
Of 6-470 Res 4-130
9:30 a.m Sunday 3chool.
10:40 a m. Morning Worship.
Official meetings and weea-day "etl
litim as announced
1 vnnsutui siciaBcv vourcHtw
ilrat Church of Christ, Scientist. Anefli
sue htjCoii aouievara
aiinrtB Aarvlsa 11-00 am gulSllav
Jcheol 4:30 a m
Wadneaday 8:00 p.m.
BmJUi IS SkllMa MmmA I-Wm
30 to UJO a on. and 1:30 to 3:00 p .m.
rurdayi 3:30 to 11-30 a.m.
Evening noun s:uo to a:ou p.m. except
'dnesday and Saturdays.
FIRST 'CHURCH OF CHRIST
" SCIENTIST. Crlftdbal
All church services will be held in
a Ground Floor Room of the Masonic
jjemple In Crlst6bal (next door to the
largarlta Florist I Entrance IS on Bal Bal-a
a Bal-a Avenue Ihrntish the Arrade.
IStinrlay Service 11:00 a.m.
iifiiriav School la held at 30 a.m.
H K'tna Room Hours Monday 2:00
a:uu p.m. Wednesday 3:00 to 7:11
You are cordially invited to sttend
owi vie biiu iu use me itesou.s
. Churtbat at fas assay hirti I Aa Caul Zaaa, and tha terminal cifiaa
new! etas x wrttlaa t WeelnasaJst noes at hs latest at any chanfes
fat tha mini Satut4ai't charta aaaa.
Ministers, charts) sestets rtas aad chaplains are asked to lateral tha
( Fanaaaa aaa1 Cale. tcpualta at Panama, eatead a welcome at all
tlaiat ta mea tad weensa at the armed service, aad la civilian aeiah aeiah-mtn,
mtn, aeiah-mtn, friaadt aad sttaaget.
... -iAg pnall Mrrtca Tha "saam Amaricaa lists aslow. by daaarai daaarai-aiMans,
aiMans, daaarai-aiMans, aetkea at heart at warship sad othai regular activities.
" Ltatiafi art ratatad frees Wasa ta time. Oertemiajriena having only
let ar rwa conareaatrens are listed under "Other Churches Services."
A spatial listjag ta lacludsd tat ssrvicss at Army pasts. Ait 'area bases
and Hgval itatisaa.
ST. tsABI'I CHDatCH Balboa
Sunday Maaaaa: T AO. 1:00. 10:00 ano
Holy Day Masses i 111. IN, U4I a an
end 5:00 p.m
Confeaalon. Saturday, J0 to I 0
and 1M9 t 3:00 p.m Thursday, beforf
First Friday. 7:00 to 1:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Nov ana: 70
Cstschlisa alaasi after lbs 1:00 ma
High School Stud? Club J0 p.m. i
BACaUO HtABT Aneea
Sunday Masses. IJi, 7 JO : a m
Holy Day mamas: iii am and l:of
Confasslonsi Saturday 3:30 to 3:00 ana
1:13 tn 3:00 p.m. Tbutaday before Fir
Friday 1:00 p.m.
IiimiI Uaari DavatlMai IdO B.m an
Catechism Class i 3:13 ta 4:46 pjb. an
OUR LADY OP rATIMA-CBraada
Sunday Mass at 3:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 8:30 p.m.
ConteMiona: 4:00 to' 4:41 pm on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Catechism Class: Saturday 3:30 to 10
Sunday Masses at 1 H and 1:13 a.nv
Holy Day Maas at 3:00 p as.
Weekday Masses: ..KM am
Coniaraion: Saturday 3 30 ta 4 .10 and
1:30 to 7:30.
Cateehimo Clam; Sunday IW to 4.-W
Miraculous Medal Novenai 1H B.m
convert instructions: inuraaay i:ou
ST. VINCENrS Panama City
Sunday Ms sets: 640 and 3:30 a.m.
HaIv Dav UiMHt: B:S0 snrl 5:00 n.m.
(It It falls on Saturday the Masse are
4:00 end 4:30 a.m.)
Confessions: Saturday 3:00 to 3:00 and
1:00 to 3:00 o.m Thursdays before First
Friday 7:30 p-m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta Station
tion Station of the Cross: Friday 7:10 D.m,
catechism Class: Alter gas maas an
convert Class, a ao p.m. ruesaay ana
BT. THERESA'S Ceeeh
Sunday Mass: 3:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 4:00 am. (11 It tall
on Saturday S:ao a.m.)
Catechism Class: 340 ta :ou c m. a
Confemlons! 3:00 to 3:30 a.m. Sunday.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DB LA BALLS
Sunday Masses: 1:30 and 3:30 a.m.
Ur W 1 u.m. a4fl linn TkuM
nwwm mwwi v ...u..
VI nd Slat, first Friday maas: 3:00 a.m
Holy Day Masses- 4:00 ajn, to 6:00
rnnfaulMll: 1:110 u 4:30 and 7 :U0 to
e:w pan. on obiutuu.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Friday 1:00
catacniam i;isss a:su p.m on sunoaj
all. rHtBESra L Bow
Convert Class: Monday 7 JO p.m.
Sunday Masai 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass. 3:30 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:30 to 1:30 p.m
Thursday before First Friday 6:30 pm..
cateeiuam ciam: sua nan on ounaay.
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 pm. en
Cortvan viassi v.av pjn. on lourwij
ST JOSEPH'S talon
Sunday Masses: 4:43. 4:00 and V l ajn
Holy Day Masses: 3:43 and 340 a.m
ho &:4a D.m.
coniemons: aaturaay e:w w m.w mna
7:00 to 3:00 p m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wednesday
3:13 and 7:00 p.m
Sacred tisart Novena. rriuay cis p.m
Sunday Evanlns Service 7:00 D.m.
Convert Class: 7:13 pm an Mondays
Catechism Class. Sunday io:is a.m ie
Lll:4 a m. 3:00 p.m to 4:ro p.m.
nrsi r riaav s.xposiuon oi most mess
ed Sacrament all day Reposition at 5 JO
ajn. Saturday morning.
rirat saturaay uevouons ta our uaay
of Fatlma-The Holy Rosary 340 a.m
First Communion Instructions tor chil
dren Mondays and Thursdays 640 to
MIRACULOUS MEDAL Cristobal
Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00 and 10:30 ajn.
Holy Day Masses: 6:00. :00 a.m and
8 SIS DJn.
confessions: Saturday :oo to 1.00 and
1 :00 to g :00 p m After Rosary each eve
Miraculous Medal Novenai 3:13 and
coo p m. on Monday.
Catechism Class: Attar 840 Mesa on
First Friday Exposition all day during
me Bcnooi near.
First Saturday: Mass at 8:00 am.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH la Margarita
ounaay masses: 7su, s:au, 11:00 au.
Firat Saturday Maaai 6:00 ajn
Weekday Masses: 8:00 am
Saturday .. 7:00 p m. to 3:00 p.m
Miraculoua Medal Novena 7:00 p.m
Holy Cay Masses- 1 30 a.m. 8:18 p.m
Confession .. .:48 p.m. to M pjn
Parish Family Rosary and
Benediction 7:00 pjn
Discussion Inquiry Group 7 JO pm
1st Friday Devotions ... 7 :00 p.m.
1st. Saturday Devotions .. 7:00 p.m.
ST. VINCWTS italnpow City
Sunday Masseru! 6:30 am and 840
Holy Day Masses: 640 s.m and 4.-OL
Confessions: 4:00 ta 8:00 and lilt te
s.w p.m oanirosy.
v.aiecmsm cues: 10 :U a m on Sunday
Convert Class, -even Mnrtriav ar f -fa
SXlrar-ll ni ) MaiTal Mm,bm a ta
1. i UHQIT.
ftsnrai. Haave Km m. Sw
IMMACULATB CONCEPTION -iar4ji
Sunday Mas' 8:13 em
Holy Day Mass: 840 a.m
Cenfassiensi 6:30 to 740 am en Bai
Otaehlsm Class- 440 om an Monday
OUB LADY OF OOOD COUNSIX
Sunday Masses: 7 40 and 8 JO a.m.
assy asassasi S4U a.m. and 8:1
ranrtlnM aati.HlK. ijia -
after all evening dnvotluna.
oapiiams py appointment.
allraalllAiM Uul. I KJ ....... a .aa
Sacred Heart Novenai 7:00 a.m an
Sunday School: 3:30 pm. on Sundsy
Religious Instruction Class for Chll
dren. 4:00 p.m on Thursday
Ll f I alm.a In.,. I... I .-
tucteef tn Spanish 1 1 1:00 p.m an Mon
Convert Instructions by appointment
The Bt Rev a Hebes Uoedea. ST D.
fas Vary Rev stamen j Peleraen,
THB CATHEDRAL O! ST. LUKat
7.30 am Holy Communion.
3:13 ajn Chuicb School (Holy Com
nun ion 3rd Sunday)
3 JO ajn. Santa Communion. 3rd Sun
fLcueis Uominlcai ....... I;U i
11:00 a.m Morning Prayer and Ser
mon, Holy Communion Isi Sunday.
7:00 pjn Evening Service.
W EDM SAD A 3
t .30 am. Holy Communion.
7:00 pre Evening Prayer.
:00 a a Holy Communion.
4 30 a m Holy Communion.
4:18 a m. Morning Prayea
2:00 Ml. -da Missionary Prayers.
Church of St. Andrew
The Rev. William W. Baldwin,
Priest in Charge
Mr. David W. Plumer, assistant
Holv Communion ...... 7:30 a.m.
Family Morning Prayer, Church School
(Family Eucharist Second
Sunday) :1S a.m.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
Holy communion first
Sundsy) 11:00 a.m.
Evening Prayer fcy Layreaders 7:30 p.m.
Holy Communion .. 3:30 a.m.
Evensong, cnoir practice ... i :au p.m.
mapei oi oi. via
Santa Tiara. P. de P.
Morning Prayer and Sermon
(Holy Communion aa announced)
Chapel of Tba ttuud Shepherd
The Rsv Clsrence W Hayes,
Priest In Charts
8:00 a.m Morning rrayer.
(H.C. first Friday each Month).
ems dtttsssMaa'ai I 'htgftxta
The Rev. John Spear Priest in Charge.
Chorsl Buenariat ano ami-
mon 7 40 a.m.
Church School 00 p m.
Episcopsl Young Churchmen J 00 p.m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:00 P-m
Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion J:0J a.m.
Evening Prayer 7:00 p.m
Womans Auxiliary. 2nd and
WEDNESDAYS a THURSDAYS
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m
Morning Prayer 340 a.m
Evening Prayer 7:00 p m
ramlly Eucharist 3:30 a.m
Office of Compline 3:00 p.m
St Peter's Church
The Rev. John Spear. Priest in Charge
Morning rrayar ano inuna
mon ":? am
Confirmation Class 8:30 a m
rhn.. I iTtinharlat anrf ST-
Holv Baptism 1240 noon
Evensong and Address .... 7:30 p.m
II' InJII.H lit SJB.
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion :si a-m-
Chapel of the Holy Comforter
Ven. L. B. Shirley. Priest Is Charge
3:30 a m Holy communion. -MARGARITA
Church of St. Margaret
Esav4 and Brazos Blvd.
The Rev. Edwin C. Webster
1 :30 a.m. Holy communion.
3:30 a.m. Church School Service.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer. (Holy
Communion first Sunday of
4h mnnth I
THURSDAYS and HOLY DAYS
3:00 a.m. Holy communion.
The Rev. Carlton O. Morales
Priest tn Charge
The Rev. David A Osborae,
4:00 a.,u Choral Euchirlst Sermon
3 JO im Infant Baptism.
3.00 Hi Church School
5:00 p.m Youth Fellowship
.1.14 -m. Evensong and Addteaa
tad and 4th WEDNESDAYS
i JO d in Woman s Auxiliary and Al Altar
tar Altar Guild Meeting,
81 Paul's Chuicb
The Ven. Lemuel B. dhtriey, Rectar
4:00 a.m. Holy Communion
3 '00 a. in Sung Eucharist A Sermon
10:4a s .ii Morning Prayer and Church
13:00 (iiiti Holy Baptism
7 '00 ri.ru Solemn vespers
(heid 1' Building 131)
8:30 a m Holy communion
1 JO pm. Evening Prayer and Sermon
640 oa Hoi Communion
7:00 un. Evening Prayer
THURH11A Yb AND FRIDAYS
8:30 m Holv Communion
4 '00 a m Heiy Communion.
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-8EA
(Opposite Hotel Washington
The Rev. J. Peter Fanner, Rector
The Rev. Henry A. Blake, Assistant
3:00 a.m. Holv Communion
7:30 p.m. Solemn Evensong ,4s Sermon
8:30 a.m. Morning prayer
3:00 a.m. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 a.m. Church School
MONDAY, TUESDAY A THURSDAY
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion
8:00 p.m, Evening Prayer
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion
1:30 p m. Evening Prayer It Address
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
1 40 pm. Evening Prayer
3:00 a.m. Children's Eucharist
8:40 a.m. Morning Prayer
4:04 a.m. Holy Communion
8:00 p.m. Evening Prayer
7 JO p.m. Office of Compline.
St Christopher's Charcfe
The Rev Clarence W Hayes,
Maat In Thara-a
The Rsv. Clsrenre A. CragweB,
640 ajn. Holy Communlot.
7:30 a m Suns Eucharist and aVrmon.
10:30 a.m Morning Prayer and Church
1240 noon Holy Baptism.
6:30 p.m Evensong and Bermeat
1:34) D.m 1st and 3rd, Woman's Aral Aral-.nary.
.nary. Aral-.nary. TUESDAYS
6:30 p.m. Junior Daughters 4 the
7 JO D m. Youth Fellowship.
8.00 am Holy Communion.
1 40 p m Evening Prayer and Religious
6:00 pm GUIs Friendly Society.
3.00 pjn 1st and 3rd. Slnsletona.
8J0 sjb. Junior Confirmation Clam.
CHURCH OF THe. riAZAKENE
448 rangipani St Aiicon CX
Rev. Elmer O Neisea. Fastui
Box 291 Balboa. C.Z. fel 32602
Sunday School 3:43 ajn
Worship Service 10.44 s in
Youth Service 6:45 cm
Evsngeilstic Service 7:30 pjn
Prayer Service. Wed. ... 7 JO p.m
Sunday: 3 a.m. Panama Wesley.
" 10:30 am Sunday School.
" 7:15 p.m Evangelical Service
Sunday 7 a m. Paralso
" 10 ajn. Paralso Sundsy School
" 7:15 p.m. Paralso Evangelical
Sunday. Oct. 19th a.m. Rev. Victor
John Watson B.D. 7 p.m. Mr. A. A.
Monday. Oct. 20th 6:30 p.m. Prepa Preparation
ration Preparation Class. Mr. Geo. Mitchell. 7:30
pjn. Prayer meeting Mr. Pearl Ford.
Tuesday, Oct 21st 7:30 p.m. Girls
League. Mrs. K. King.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice.
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
Mt. Hope, Canal Zone
(across from Ml. Hope R.H. Station)
Rev. Fred E. Agee
Box 5019 Margarita, C.Z.
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Morning Worship 10 45 a.m.
v...mmah.,i fiarulna 7:30 n.m.
Prayer and Prslie Service 7:30 p.m
NATIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RJ.. 23rd Street East
Rev N Brown. Minister
Divine Worship :80 a.m
SMI SM 1 esmew Aepung
ui d 00 IWMS
Rio Absjo, RJ.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m
ulnM ThurariatfB at 7:30 D.m. ind
Sundsys al 4:00 pm Wlrs Memorial
im Bsir.ua Road Baiooa
Kingdom Hall Diablo Heights, C.Z.
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4:00 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs
days, 7:00 p.m.
bervice ivieeimg inuiBuajfa, o.w .m.
5861 Diablo Heights
Watchtower Study Sundays, 4 p.m.
Theocratic Ministry School Thurs
days, 7:00 p m.
CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF
LATTER DAY SAINTS (Mormon)
Chapel on Balboa Road
Priesthood Meeting. Sunday 8J0 a.m
Sunday School: Sunday 10:00 a.m.
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 6:00 p.m
Relief Society; Tuesday 9:00 ajn.
MIA: Wednesday 7:30 pjn.
Primary; Thursdsy 4:00 p.m.
Telephone Balboa 4227.
a l,l BlfBtiti
Building 200, Schoolhouse Road, Gatun
Sunday acnooi; ounua; w.ov
Sacrament Meeting; Sunday 11:00 a m.
CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A Warm Hearted Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7116 Of. 83-8103
Sunday School js.:30 .m
(A class for every age) ., o(-
Mornlng Worship 1140 a m
Youth Fellowship 40 p.m
Eevenlng Worship 7:00 p.m
Prayer end Praise (Wed.) 7:00 p.m
A church nursey in provided.
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
Bt. Raphael The Archangel
, 13th St Wast No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundsy si IM a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesdays end Thursday
Sacrament oi Unction (Healing am
lce First Sunday c each month a
Moboi BaUbet. Christian Ch
Panama B P
Rt Rsv T yaman. D. D Bishop
, AA .VV
Sundav School ....
CHR1STADELPH1AN BIBLE MISSION
8104 8th and J. Arosemena, Colon
Memorial Service 10:00 a.m.
Sunday School .3:00 p.m.
Bible Lecture ,. 7:30 p.m.
Adult Bible Class 7:30 p.m.
t4 First Street
Urbanliacl6n El Carmen. Panama City
informal Talks and Discussions
Thursdays 8 40 pm
Colon, 8th a rroni srreeia
(upstairs American Basaar)
Classes Thursdays. 7 JO p.m
BETHEL MISSION CHURCH
Espalaba St., Paralso, C.Z.
Rev Waldaba H Stewart Pastor
8unday: 11:00 a.m Worship Service
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
7:13 p m. Gospel Service
Monday: 7 JO Young People's Society
Wednesday: 7 JO Mid-week Christisn
Thursday: 8:ou cnou nenesrssi.
FrtdSv: 7:30 Women 'a Missionary So
CHURCH OF CHRIST
13th It Bolivar Ave.. Crlst6bal. C.Z.
Ray O. Wright, Evangelist
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
Bible Clssses .. 10:00 s.m.
Morning Worship and
Herald of Truth
HOK 8:43 9:15 a.m.
Mid-Week Bible Study ... 7:30 p.m.
Questions and Answers 8:43 9:15
HOK. Col6n. R.P.
You will receive s warm welcome at
each of our servlcea.
CHURCH OF GOL
Foreign Mission Dept. Hdqtrs.:
CHURCH OF GOD Balboa, C.Z.
Wlrz Memoria Bldg.
806 Balboa Rd.
Information: Phone Gamtoa 428
Sunday Service 11:00 a.m
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangelistic ,..r 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OF GOD Paralsa. C.Z.
No. 4 Paralso Road
' Information: Phone Paralso 633
Sunday Service 11 40 a m
Youth Service 6:30 p.m
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m
CHURCH OF GOD Rio Abajo, Past.
Hth Street, Parque Lafevre
Sunday Service 11:00 a m.
Sunday School 3:00 p.m.
Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Chorrlllo. Pnta.
No. 4-144. 27th. Street
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10:30 a.m
Evangeflstio 7 JO p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Gatundllo, Pmi.
Tranalsthmlan Highway. Gatundllo
Sunday School and
Morning Service 11.40 a.m.
Evangelistic 7:00 p.m.
CHURCH OF GOD Santa Rita, Pmi
Tranalsthmlan Highway, Santa Rita
Sunday School and
Morning Service 12 noon
Evangelistic 1:00 p.m
CHURCH OF GOD Catlva. Panams
Transistnmian Highway, Catlva
Sunday Sdiodl and
Morning Service 11:00 a m
Evangelist! tiOO pm.
CHOURCH OF GOD Colon, Fanami
6th Street near Meltndei Ave.
Sunday School and
Morning Service 10 00 a m
Evangelistic 7 :00 p m
Diablo Heights. C.Z
Rev. Carl V. Thompson, Minister
Box 1008. Diablo Heights. C Z.
Phones: Home Balboa 3237
Church Balboa 4271
Sunday School 10:00 a m.
Worship Service 11:00 am.
Youth Service 6:00 pm.
Friday: Bible Study 7:00 pm.
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Balboa Road at Wight street
Rev. Arthur W. Meyer, Pastor
P.O. Box 666, Balboa. C Z.
8:00 a.m. Sunday School and Bible
10:15 a m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, first Sunday
of the month.
COCO SOLO CHAPEL
Mr. Hilbert W. Rlemer, Vlrar
10:15 a m Sunday School and Bible
11:00 a.m. Worship Service
Holy Communion, last Sunday
of the month.
jewlin Welfare noara ma 782 -x u
Baca Roau Balboa. C.Z Rsbbl Nathan
Servlc Friday. 7 JO p.m Saturday.
(See a'.o lilting ot Jewish service
under Posts Bases and Ststonai.
Congregation Rol Shearith Israel Ave Ave-nlda
nlda Ave-nlda Cuba and 36th Street Bella Vista.
Panama City Service 8:00 p.m
Posts and Bases
Junior Church Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship .. 10:W)
Church-lime Nu.sery School... 10 Wl
Fellowship Hour 11 :l0
Fellowship Hour li:0u
Daily Mass '. 6:00.
Sunday Masses.. 8:00 9:15 & 11:45
Confessions Saturday. . 6:00 7:30
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 11:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday nf Month)
Sunday School (Bldg. 126) ... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:15
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... 7:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship 9:30
Youth Fellowship 6:30
Adult Bible Class Monday .. 7:30
Young People's Instruction
15th ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Morning Worship 9:00
(Holy Communion First Sun Sunday
day Sunday ot Month)
Sunday Masses ...... 8:30 &
Novenp Services Thursday.
Confessions Saturday ., 6:20
Sunday Masses 8:00, 9:15 It
,r Confessions Saturday 6:00 St
Catechism Class Wednesday
U.S. NAVAL STATION, HODMAN
Daily Mass '.
Sunday Mass ...v. ...t.
Confessions Saturday.. 6:00
Sundsy Mass 10:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass 3:45
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 A 12:15
Sunday Mass (Spanish) 7:00
Novena Services Tuesday 4:15
Confessions Saturday..-. 7:00 8:00
Fort Kohbe Saturday 2:00
USO-JWB. Balboa-Friday 7:30
Albrook Air Force Saturdsy 4:00
USO-JWB. Balboa Saturday .. 5:30
Sunday School 9:30
Morning Worship H 00
Coffee Call 10:40
Church Nursery 10:30
Saturday Mass 11:30
Sundav Masses .. 8:30. 9:30 A 5:00
Confessions Saturday 12 00
Weekly Services in all churches
Sabbath School 9:30 a.m.
Divine Service 11:00 a.m.
Youth' Meeting 4:30 p m.
Bible Study and Prayer Servlcs
7 ;30 p.m
Pacific Side Panama
Pastor F.R Arrhbnld Tel. 28-3-3890
Cabo Verde. Ave. J F. de la O.isa No.
"chorrlllo 25!h. No. 27.
Pueblo Nuevo 2-A St. between 3rd
and 4th Sts.
Rio Abalo lltn si. no. zi
Gamboa and Frljoles
Pastor W. H. Waller Tel. 6-580
...... a a nWfl Tl. fi-102
Spanish Churches Pacific Side Panama
Pastor Daniel Moncada Tel. 28-3-8175.
Panama, Calle Darlen No. 3.
Pedregal & Nuevo Giwrare.
Pastor G. A. Jeffries Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal English 16th & Bolivar
Colon 3rd St.
pastor Manuel Caldernn Tel. 3-2103
Cristobal Spanish 16th & Bolivar
rm Gnvilan Road. Balboa Tel.
2-1859 A 2-3531.
THE CHl'RCHES OF GOD
General Offices Anderson, Indisna
Rev. Wm. Livingston Supervisor
The Churrh of God
16th St. (Monte Oscuro Rd.) Rio Abalo
Rev. W. J. Johnson Pastor
Sundav School 9:30 am.
Morning Worship 10:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7:30p.m.
The Churn of God
7038 Eighth Street
Mrs. L. C. Donaldson, Pastor
Morning Worship 10:30a.m.
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Night Service 7.15 pm.
The Church of God
Mrs. M. Mines, Pastor
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
Sundav Night Service .... 7:30p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
First Churrh of God
Cor. Jamaica A Trinidad Sts.
' Rainbow City. C.Z.
Rev. Wm. Livingston, Pastor
Rev. G. W. Grandlson, Asao. Pastor
Si.ndnv School 9:30 a.m
Morning Worship 10 30 am
Sunday Nlghi Service .... 7:30 n.m.
Activ.iies tomorrow at Gamboa
Union Church will be of special
interest to all iimilies with child children
ren children or young people in the Sun Sunday
day Sunday School.
Annual promotion day will be
observed witn an apponaiate pro program
gram program at 10:40 a.m. the hour of
reguiar Morning Worsh.p. The
unie of the reguiar Sunday School
period will be taken up with class
meetings and rehearsals.
During the exercises, ceginning
at 10:41), children and young
people will take will take part in
a program of readings and songs
prepared under the diruction of
Mrs. Paul M. Bell. Tins event
marks tne time when all classes
will be promoted one grade to
correspond with school grades.
Those moving from one deapri deapri-ment
ment deapri-ment fo another will receive cer certificates
tificates certificates of promotion. New
courses in all classes will begin
on Sunday morning, Oct. 4.
Services on the two Sundays will
also be of special interest to new
members and old members alike.
On Oct. 4, the world wide commu communion
nion communion service will be celebrated at
Morning Worship. On, Oct. 11, the
Rev. Raymond A. Gray, a former
minister at Gamboa, w.ll occupy
the pulpit. He recently assumed
the duties of executive secretary
of the department of overseas
Union Churches, an office former formerly
ly formerly held by Dr. Robbing W. Bar Bar-stwo.
stwo. Bar-stwo. A committee of the Gamboa
Union Church of which Mrs. B.
A. Herring is chairman, is ar
rang.ng a no-host dinner following
morning service at Gamboa, when
inenas new and old may ga gather
ther gather to enjoy a social hour with
the Rev. Grfly. Reservations can
be telephoned to 6-470 during mor morning
ning morning hours, or to 6-279 after 4 p.m.
New Pastor Arrives
Next Wednesday For
Gaiun Union Church
The Rev. Cyril Victor Roberts,
new pastor for the Gatun Union
t'hrucli, is scheduled to arrive on
the Isthmus next Wednesday from
Born in Liverpool, England, the
Rev. Roberts has been assistant
pastor of Chicago's Trinity Me Methodist
thodist Methodist Church for the past year.
ne is scnoiiied to be install installed
ed installed at the Ga.mboa Un on Chruch
on Oct. 4. The installation will
be proceded by a covered-dish
supper to be served in the church
parlors at 4:45 p.m., followed im immediately
mediately immediately by the installation ce ceremony
remony ceremony in tne church proper. The
public is invited.
2 Former Zone GIs
Two soldiers who recently left
U. S. Army Caribbean have been
awarded the commendation rib ribbon
bon ribbon with metal pendant for their
performance of duty while in this
They are Sfc. Joseph D. Spence,
now on duty at Fort Gordon, Ga.,
and S-SgU Leonard E. Killip, who
is with the 90th Replacement Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, Fort Lewis, Wash.
Spence, a member of the U.S.
Army Garrison at Quarry Heights
from December 1955 until July 21
this year, was personnel adminis administration
tration administration non commissioned officer
and post sergea.nt major. ,A ci citation
tation citation accompanying his award
mentioned that "as administra administrative
tive administrative assistant to the chief of
staff, Headquarters, Caribbean
command from April 30 until
July 21, 1959, he demonstrated a
deligenl, tactful and courteous
manner in handling all matters
related to this position." The
sergeant also was commended for
"inherer.f. ability and superior
knowledge of details necessary to
shoulder the responsibilities plac placed
ed placed upon him."
Killip served as food inspector
for the Atlantic Area with the
USARCARIR VPtprinarian frm
- .......... ,tuiu
March 1956 until July. His cita
tum states: -inrough Sgt. Killip s
efforts and through knowledge ol
food products, all activities in the
Atlantic Area were assured of
pure and hight quality food pro products.
ducts. products. In addition ho nsriin.i
ed in community projects and
yuuuu activities, and through his
personal efforts the Fort Davis
Riding Club became an outstand outstanding
ing outstanding community project."
Conies! On TV
Highlights of tihe 1959 Miss U U-niversp
niversp U-niversp contest will be shown ov over
er over CFN-TV today, at 3:30 p.m.
Coverage includes the fianl night
of judging, when the 15 semi fi finalists
nalists finalists present their speeches and
Judges choose five finalists.
Miss Japan, selected as Miss U U-nlvers,
nlvers, U-nlvers, will reign until the
fdchlh annual naoeant npvl vonr
Her bounty includes $15,000 in
casn, gins anct world travel.
The first sfhow in the Andy Wil Williams
liams Williams series, replacing the Garry
Moore show for three months, will
be presented at 11 -ns nm tnrl.iv
It features musical comedy star
jams raige, comedian Johnny
Carson and musician Perer Ap Ap-pleyard.
pleyard. Ap-pleyard. The Peter Gennaro dan dancers,
cers, dancers, Jack Kane orchestra and the
Dick Williams singers also wilt be
NOT ENOUGH TICKETS
BEIRUT Police held promot
er Housseein Sabeeti for investi
gation when 7,000 ticket-holders
showed up aOa 1,500-seat theater
to see a belly dancing show.
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feaiiVBBB.r.i--.nr wrBMiT im ii I
PROMOTED TO MAJOR Mrs. John M. Simon pins 8 new insignia
of rank to her husband's collar upon his recent promotion to thoi
rank of major, as Col. C. H. Davidson, chief of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Transportation Section and co-workers of the section look
on. Simon, who has -been chief of the highway division since coming
to the command from Fort Eustis, Va., in June, lives af Fort
Kobbs with Mrs. Simon and their five children. (U.S. Army Photo).
A A PERSONAL ""
SUNDAY IS A GOOD DAY TO ATTEND
m 3TTwn4V erunni. irnn ATI. THP! FAMILY
We teach the Scriptures as applicable for today's
world. Revealed by God as His message to man we
thus have assurance that they speak with-' authority
and truth. Your Bible study can be profitable here.
11:00 "AMOS SPEAKS TODAY"
One of the 8th century prophets before the coming: of
Christ warns Israel of Impending judement. His mes message
sage message to the nation sounds as If he were living in our
generation. Don't miss the first in this series in Amos.
6:00 JET CADETS and HIGH SCHOOL
7:00 "AN ADEQUACY FOR LIVING"
In a day of mental and emotional strain Paul presents
to the Christian a way of victory over every cir circumstance
cumstance circumstance and trial. Too many problems defeat the
Christian. Learn the way to victory.
M :lftf8V l
Our church exiiH not for itself,
but for folk like you . We ore
genuinely intererted in you .
concerned about you . Thol't
why we urgently invite you lo
CONCERNED v) I (Qj J
END YOUR SEARCH FOR A FRIENDLY CHURCH
8:20 & 10:40 "PROMOTION FROM ABOVE"
Promotion Day turns pur minds to tjie promotion's of
the Lord given to those who are the born again chil children
dren children of God how far have you been promoted by
9:20 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
All parents and children are urged to be on time for
Promotion Day. This la a good time for you to en enroll
roll enroll your family in 8.S.
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
A church in training is a church being empowered
by the Lord for service.
7:30 "GOD GIVEN NATIONAL RECESSION"
Beginning a series on Daniel, the scripture make clar
the reason for national catastrophes In Daniel fine
can be seen danger signs for America.
GOSPEL SINGING AMPLE PARKING
MISSION MINDED EVANGELICAL FRIENDLY
FOUR FULLY STAFFED NURSERIES
To attend the services in our church
feel the warmth of fellowship,
participate in the worship.
l an 13k1 ai
ACT0Jj SSOM3A130A 3.3-nATtQH
Eltnn F. Vlekers, Asa't Pastor
RADIO OUTLKT HOXO, 783 KC
We Prearh Christ
Crucified, Risen, Comlnf Again
Usten to "Manna In The Morning"
Dally 8:00 am,; HOXO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959
Braves Turned In Best Job OnCrirfcie-Spxie-jpol
PAS I SIX
TEAMS Won Lost
Viceroy 9 3
H. I. Homi 5
Fuena y Lux 7 5
Wynn'a Friction 6W 51
Seymour Agency 5 1
RC Nehi 5 7
Pan Am Jets 5 7
Pan Imperial 3 8
Leading averages Balcer 202,
Damian 195, Vescio 192.
High aeries of the week Bai Baiter
ter Baiter 627, High game Keeler 243.
Viceroy 3, NC Nehi 1
Paced b yleadoff man, Ted Al
britton, the Viceroy cigarettes
took over undisputed possession
of first place. The Viceroys wrap wrapped
ped wrapped up the first two gams with
In 'the final set-to of the eve evening,
ning, evening, the softdrinkers of R.C.
hi's Al Kaelin erupted wtih a 226
game and with the support of
three 180 games from teammates,
the Nehi's salvaged one point.
Albritton's 576 was the best
ihowing in the match, putting to together
gether together 178, 198 and 200 on the line.
Albritton beat out his anchor man
Pepe Damian who had 55b, in including
cluding including also a 200 sinslcton.
By winning three, the Viceroys
now sport a two game lea ri oyer
the field, and every week of the
three week old season has man managed
aged managed to take three points in every
Vicer0y Albritton 57fi. Sama Sama-riego
riego Sama-riego 473, Strunz 520, Winquist
483, Damian 556.
RC Nehi: Soto 516. Crothrrs
S51. Janssen 422, Graham 511.
Wynn Friction Proofing 3,
H.I. Homi 1
With Phil Vescio leading the
way with 202, and Maxwell Lin Lin-denberg
denberg Lin-denberg close when Ted Keeler
put together a nifty 243 game, and
Keeler finished with a 578 series.
Lou Lheureux, made a good re recovery
covery recovery from the week before, and
finished only eight sticks behind
Keeler. George Metzger and Andy
Fistonich both tallied 526, and Bob
Poland completed a good team
victory with a 538.
For the Pan Ams Ed Lowande
was hitting them good in the last
,two games and finished with a
Fuerza y Luz: F;stonich 526,
Keeler 578, Lheureux 570, Metzger
526 and Toland 538.
- Pan Am Jefs: Lowande 556,
deichman 533, Alvarado 472, De De-''luca
''luca De-''luca 520 and Karry 506.
Imperial Bread 1. Soymour
Seymour Agency went out of the
cellar, and in their place shoved
their opponents Imperial Bread.
JAs usual, Seymour opened with a
win, and won by a comfortable
margin of 57 pins, with Dick Soys Soys-ter
ter Soys-ter showing the way with a 204,
which helped to offset the 217
game Joe Burgoon bagged in the
The Seymours made it two in a
"row, by copping a close one, by
227 maples, thanks a lot to Del
-Charters 205 game, and Soyster's
JJ189. However, the Seymours could
r"t stand prosperity, and splits for
Charters and misses pulled the
Seymours down, and Imperial
Bread managed to take one by 18
For the Seymours, who jumped
jout of the cellar into a triple tie
i.for fifth place, Soyster was the
"man, with a 573, and behind him
J;was Del Charters. For the Bakers.
- Bobby Novey rolling consistent
good ball was tops with 520.
Seymdur: Charters 532, Hinely
;,446, Glud 456, King 503 Soyster
, Pan Imperial: Ehrenberg 424,
Novey 520, Luttenberger 452, Bur Bur-;
; Bur-; ,goon 517, Lane 511.
Two Hundred Roll: Burgoon
! 217, Charters 205, Soyster 204, Fis
tonich 210 by with 194, the Wynns
opened the way to their first win,
Bud Balcer, of H. J. Homa took
command of the proceedings in
the second game, with a 233 tally,
and evened the match at one all,
and gave the Wynns a slight edge
of 21 pins for the total pin count.
Bu dBalcer, again camt back
with a 200 game this time a 207,
but this effort was more than ta taken
ken taken care when Bruce Hastier un uncorked
corked uncorked a strnog 214 count. Also
the Wynn aggregation in this last
game had three other fair scores,
whereas Bud was alone in his ef
11 I. Homa. had to use six
men. because Ray Schneider, mak:
ing his first appearance of the
season pulled a charley horse, and
had to retire, in favor of Klaus
Kleischman. Losing three was
costly to the Homa contractors,
because it knocked them out of
first place tie.
For the second week in a row,
Mr. Kingpin, Bud Balcer had a
600 scries, and now leads the
leacue in that department, as
well as in the averages with a 202
mark. Phil Vescio was lie high
man for the Wynns who bolted
into fourth place, 2M points off
Wynn: Vescio 558, Linlenberg
5.r)fi, Laquidara 386, A. Damian
520. Hassler 515.
11. I. Homa: Prusinowski 506,
Schneider 137, Bates 427, Bieber
474, Balcer 627, Kleischman 303.
Fuena y Lui 3, Pan Am Jeti 1
The Pan Am Jets had the ill
fortune of running into a high
powered Fuerza y Luz Kilowatts.
The Kilowatts had every man go
over the 500 mark by a comforta comfortable
ble comfortable margin, and their total of 2738
was the high for the evening.
Although the Pan Am Jets lost
three, they carried off the lanes,
more pins than some of the other
teams that won three. The only
game that the Pan Am Jets were
able to salvage was the mid tus tussle,
sle, tussle, with a very respectable 916
It-was in 'this match thalj jhe
best game of'ths night was puton
view, Keeler 243, Lowande 207,
Deluca 210. Karry 200, Vescio 202,
Hassler 214, Balcer 1M, 207, Al Albritton
britton Albritton 200 Damian 200, Kaelin
For Bowling Lead
In Bogota League
The Orbiteers, representing the
U. S. Army Mission to Colombia,
are tied for first place in the seven-team
Bogota Bowling League.
Others competing are the Mis Misfits,
fits, Misfits, composed of members of the
U.S. Embassy staff, the Air Force
attache staff and the Marine Se Security
curity Security Guard; and squads from the
Bogota I'n'on Church, U.S. Air
Force Mission to Colombia. Point
IV Program of the Embassy, U
teachers in Bogota and U.S. ser servicemen's
vicemen's servicemen's wives.
The season's high game was
bowled by Master Sergeant Thom Thomas
as Thomas E. Wright of the Orbiteers, a
279. On the night he rolled the
Sergeant Wright had a 617 series
and other team members bowled
622, 612, 595 and 575.
The league has a 718 high series
without handicap and a high game
of 265. Donald Patch, who is with
the Technical Mission in Bogota,
holds these records as well as the
high average of 198.
SMOOT & PAREDES
fi r1 'vtg' r-
MISSION BOWLER Colonel Russell G. Spinney, chief of the
U.S. Army Mission to Colombia, presents a Jiigh game trophy
to MSgt. Thomas E. Wright for a 279 rolled in the Bogota Bowl Bowling
ing Bowling League. U.S. Army Photo)
Service All-Stars Practicing
For United Fund Basketball
Game Against Guaracheros
"Well have to shoot within 30
seconds or lose the ball," says Lew
Shealy, coach of the Armed Forces
All-Stars, chosen at the end of the
PAF basketball season by The
Buccaneer, as he begins practice
for the United Fund Benefit bas basketball
ketball basketball contest with Los Guara Guaracheros
cheros Guaracheros de Colon at Reeder Gym Gymnasium,
nasium, Gymnasium, Fort Clayton October 3
Shealy, who very skillfully led
the Albrook Flyers into a tie for
the league lead in the PAF bas basketball
ketball basketball race at the end of the re regular
gular regular season only to lose two of
thret games in the playoff
against the Clayton Cavaliers, will
play under Olympic rules in the
coming game with the Panama
stars, As in professional basket basketball,
ball, basketball, with only six seconds added,
h.s team must shoot or lose the
ball out of bounds to the opposing
Going on this basis, the Stars
are to practice this Monday at the
Fort Clayton Gym at 1 p.m.,
and every day thereafter, exclud excluding
ing excluding weekends, until the important
contest. Shealy has possibly the
best array of service basketball
talent to work with, which in includes
cludes includes three of his former Flyer
Tickets for the game are now on
sale at all posts on the Isthmus,
and fror" all United Fund nro.iect
officers. They can also be obtained
at the door, however, don't wait
until the last moment, as Reeder
Gym can only hold around 600
fans and it's expected to be over overflowing.
flowing. overflowing. The 97th Army Band will per perform
form perform at the contest, along with
cheerleaders from all Army and
Navy installations on the Isthmus
as well as from Albrook AFB. Two
youngsters under the tutelage of
former Panama welterweight
champ. Hank Barrow, victor over
some fighters such as Kid Gavi Gavi-lan
lan Gavi-lan in his time, are scheduled for
halftime entertainment. Both
eight years old. They are Leslie
Galles, weighing 63 pounds, and
Stephen Levin at 54 and a quarter.
Los Guaracheros is made up of
Colon res dents who have played
in the provincial Panama City
league lor many years.
They are a group of fine play players,
ers, players, and fans paying the admis admission
sion admission price will witness some ex excellent
cellent excellent basketball.
Led by Arturo Agard and Migue Migue-lito
lito Migue-lito March, they will fast break
continually and work screen plays
March itfas a member of the Pa Panama
nama Panama team, that compered in the
Central American Olympics in Ve Venezuela
nezuela Venezuela last year, where the Pa Panama
nama Panama five placed third behind
Pueo Rieo and San Salvador. An Another
other Another member of the team played
two! years of basketball at Xavier
University in Ohio.
The All Stars' first and second
teams will be played an equal
amount of time by Shealy, in or order
der order to give fans a look at the best
Panama hasto offer in Service ta talent,
lent, talent, which can compete with
many other Army areas, both
stateside and bverseas.
Led by Sk'm Kroeger ;nd Bill
Agan at guards, the Stars will have
Bernie Devers at center and Dave
Howard and Lon Stephenson at
forwards. Kroeger led the Clayton
Cavaliers to the league title this
year, averaging 30.9 points per
game. Agan and Stephenson are
from Shealy's Flyers, while Devers
is from Navy and Howard from the
The second team is made up
of Francis Maschka and Melvin
Wilt from Navy, Lloyd Hopwood
from Albrook, Ray Crawford
from Amador and big Bob Rich Richardson
ardson Richardson fro m Clayton. Wilt re replaces
places replaces Joe Jacobs of Amador
who returned to the states. Melvin
was an honorable mention choice.
By HARRY GRAYSON
CHICAGO (NEA) Even be before
fore before the issue was decided, Fred
Girard Haney had more respect
for this year's Braves than for
the teams which won the World
Series in 1957 and th National
League pennant in '58.
The Milwaukee pilot extolled the
valor of his spavined club as it
approaches the wire-a banged banged-up
up banged-up as a sparrow that .had stum stumbled
bled stumbled -into a hot badminton game.
"My guys may not be the
gratest team that ever played,"
admitted Haney, "but in my book
there never was a gamer one. In
my opinion, the Braves turned
in the greatest crutch job in base baseball
ball baseball history.
"What other outfit could lose
a second baseman and natural
leader like Red Schoendienst and
a hitting outfielder like Wes Cov Covington
ington Covington and still be in the running
at the finish?
"Practically everybody but Lou
Perini has been hurt at one time
Things were so bad at times
that I felt like playing myself."
Haney went into the psycholo psychological
gical psychological strain of managing a major
league club sorely handicapped
while seeking to live up to its
reputation by winning for the third
straight year, and in contention
all the way.
"I'm not kidding when I say
I wish I cniilrt nuv eaiH the
61-y ear-old Haney, a little lellow
wno Dy now iooks and leels. like
a runner finishing last in a ma marathon,
rathon, marathon, "lve placed whi.e man managing
aging managing and know what 1 m taikine
"Remember Mickey Cochrane
catching for and managing the
Tigers to pennants? Wen, wnen he
was hit on the head by that
pitched ball, and couldn't catch
any more, I told him his troubles
would siart. I warned him that it
wouldn't 'be long oeiore he'd have
ulcers. He told me I was crazy,
ana I bei him a suit oi clotnes
ttiat he would soon be walking in
parks at night, it wasn't long be before
fore before he called, telling me to come
over, and get the suit.
"Catching, you see, Cochrane
was too busy worrying about his
own jot). But sitting in tne dugout
carelully watching two teams,
including all the changes, and
knowing so much about the per personnel,
sonnel, personnel, is what makes a mangeVs
The Braves have used seven sec second
ond second basemen eight if you in include
clude include Schoendienst, who' filled in
for an inning or two late in the
going. Haney started with Chuck
Cottier and went through Joe Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, Casey Wise, Johnny O'Brien,
Felix Mantilla, Mel Roach and
Then, when they needed him
most, Johnny Logan went out with
an infected toe, leaving the Braves
without the second base combina combination
tion combination which won' two flags.
The Braves employed a half do dozen
zen dozen left fielders Wes Coving Coving-Ion,
Ion, Coving-Ion, Joe Adcock, Andy P a f k o,
Roach, Lee Maye and Country
Covington, who had a tremend tremendous
ous tremendous year on two bad legs in 1958,
couldn't get going or off a dime
this season, although he had start started
ed started to come when he wrenched his
knee in mid-July so badly that
he was through for the rest of the
trip. Adcock covered no more
ground in the outfield than Cov Covington.
ington. Covington. Eddie Haas, who might
have filled the hole, broke his
ankle in the spring.
"The Braves remaining within
striking distance is a tribute to our
first-line pitching and to the real
pros on the club," concluded Ha Haney.
ney. Haney. "Eddie Mathews has been
our solid man, particularly since
the All-Star Games, and where
would we have been without Billy
Bruton, Henry Aaron, Joe Adcock
and especially Del Crandall?"
Fred Haney admitted that the
Braves had one trememdous stroke
of luck. Del Crandall, the extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary catcher and clutch hit hitter,
ter, hitter, wasn't as much as scratched
all the way along the route.
EAST LANSING, Mich (NEA)
Michigan State's soccer team
enters the 1959 season with a thre thre-year,
year, thre-year, 22-game undefeated streak.
DETROIT (NEA) The Detroit
Lions completed only one touch touchdown
down touchdown pass during the 1942 season
and lost 11 straight game.
Patrol t t
By STEVE SNIDER
NEW YORK (UPI) Notre
Dame, long noted for star play players
ers players with tongue-twisting names, is
likely to open against North Ca Carolina
rolina Carolina today with an "all-pronounceable"
There aren't many of those
famed Z-Y-X boys with the jaw
breaker names on the Notre Dame
roster this year and whether
that's good or bad remains to be
Only four probable starters are
listed in Notre Dames handy pho pho-entic
entic pho-entic spelling guide this fall. And
consternation among broadcasters
listeners or type-setters.
There's Joe Carollo (ka-rull-o)
at left tackle, Myron Pottios (pod (pod-eeyos)
eeyos) (pod-eeyos) at left guard, Mike Lodish
(loe-dish) at right end and George
Izo (eye-zo) at quarterback.
Three of those four may not
start. Ollie Flor is listed as a
possible starter instead of Carol Carollo,
lo, Carollo, Pat Heenan may get the call
at right end over Lodish and Don
White will get a Snot at quarter quarterback
back quarterback if Izo's injuries haven't heal healed
ed healed sufficiently.
REST EVEN SIMPLER
The rest of the first 11 are ev even
en even simpler. Harvard and Prince Princeton
ton Princeton should do this well in the pro pro-nounciation
nounciation pro-nounciation department:
Left end Monty Stickles, center
Bob Scholtz, right guard and Cap Captain
tain Captain Ken Adamson, right tackle
Bob Bill, left half Bill Clark, right
half Bob Scarpitto and fullback
Jim Crotty. Bill Mack, the top
left half, is injured.
Though Notre Dame's Charley
Callahan lists 29 players in his
phonetic list, only a few are real
Among those likley to see con considerable
siderable considerable action are right tackles
Bob Pietrzak (pee-der zak) and
Dick Ciesielksi (siz-zell-ski) right
guard Nick Buoniconti (bahn-a-kahn-ty),
center Tom Hecomovich
(heck-a-ma-vich) and right half
Angelo Dabiero (da-beer-io).
Deeper into the list of reserves
are fullback Frank Gargiulo (gar-jew-lo),
guard Mike Giacinto (jee-a-sin-to),
Halfback Mike Hoch
(rhymes with poke), end Jim
Mikacih (mick-a-sich) and full fullback
back fullback Paul Poeschl (pay-shul).
LET. QUIPS FALL
For many a year, Notre Dame
has hailed its Z-Y-X boys as
"fightin' Irish" and let thu nuips:
fall where they may.
Most famous of all the Irish
was a Norwegian the late Knute
Rockne. And the honor teams ov
er the years have carried such
names as Frank Rydzewski,
George Melinkovick, and Ziggy
Ciarobski along with Christy Fla Flanagan,
nagan, Flanagan, Chuck Sweeny anil Terry
This is a rebuilding year at
Notre Dame under new coao.i Joe
Kuharich, one-time star under the
golden dome at South Bend, Intl.,
who left the National Football
League as coach of the Washing Washington
ton Washington Redskins to return to his
Joe faced serious personnel prob problems
lems problems immediately. A total of 22
lettermen had departed from last
year's team 6-4 record. Missing
were three of the first four ends,
the first five tackles, three of the
first four guards, the first three
And there aren't Why Z-Y-X
boys to fill in the holes.
BEST PROTECTIVE EQUIP EQUIPMENT
MENT EQUIPMENT MONEY CAN BUY is mo modeled
deled modeled here by Junior College's ve veteran
teran veteran end Harry Keepers. The
shoulder pads, hip-pads. thigh
padg and knee pads are the new newest
est newest and best type on the market.
These items are made of a special
material that Is light-weight, com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, water-proof and will not
absorb perspiration. The helmet
is also the newest and safest ma manufactured.
nufactured. manufactured. It features a web-pers-
pication network that cradles the
head, spreads the force of any
blow over a greater area ana
gives more resistance to impact.
The nose and face guard attached
to the helmet provides complete
protection to the facial area. The
ankle-wraps are also required gear
for all players. It can be truly
said "No team anywhere is
more safely equipped than are
those of the Canal Zone".
CONGA. LINE? Zila Nepomuceno, left, of Brazil and Mex-r
ico's CoHcepcion Gonzalez clashed as they reached for a loose
: KeVtHalI Olivine Ka Don Amoriofln flflm urnrriPn'B nnmm
, petition in Chicago. Tegouth
NEW YORK (UPD-The world
series is over!
It ended at 11:59 a.m. today aft
er 5,000,000 basehdts and 4,999,999
putouts. A petite young thing wiui
a run in her left stocking picked
a card out of a basket and said:
"This team wins."
Univac, the $1,000,000 electric
brain, had spoken.
Unfortunately, it cannot be dis
closed which team won at the mo
ment. This startling informatjpaJ
is being guarded with greater .care
than the date of D-day so that
NBC television can settle the is
sue publicly Tuesday night some
16 hours, before the best-of-seven
classic gets under way.
At that time, tn one of those
sporting spectaculars which make
the actual contest necessary,
members of the White Sox will
appear and say absolutely noth nothing.
ing. nothing. They'll praise the riyal
Braves or Dodgers, or Giants.
They'll hope modestly for -victory.
The members of the Braves
or Dodgers or Giants will go be before
fore before the camera and say absolute
ly nothing. They'll praise the ri
val White Sox. They'll hope mod modestly
estly modestly for victory.
DECIDED IN TEN MINUTES
And only then will Univac dis disclose
close disclose the winner.
This was decided in 10 mathe mathematical
matical mathematical minutes ih which wheels
whirled, lights flickered, gears
meshed and the petite young thing
with the run in her left stocking
polished her nails before a mas massive
sive massive mechanical control board
large enough to run two jet air airliners.
liners. airliners. "It wasn't as easy as it looks,"
SERVICE CENTER THEATRES TODAYS
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Glenn Ford Shirley McLalne
In Cinemascope & Color)
COMING! . BALBOA THEATRE Oct. Ith
"SAMMY STEVENS AND HIS ORCHE8TRA"
At ft NEW LOW price Adults t 7Se. Children S5. :
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Amgrjcn way prevailed,6-41
hastily explained the man from
Rand. "Actually it took us
several weeks to compile the fiata
we fed to the machine." ;
He seemed unnecessarily apelo apelo-geti'c.
geti'c. apelo-geti'c. Here 16 teams had placed
154 games each since early April
and the National League Istill
hadn't been able to get around" to
a concrete solution. But Univac
settled it all in "several weeks"
and a mere 10 minutes. Which
-proves that, actually, the whole
season was a waste of time.,.
Imagine if baseball had simply
fed its spring training figures .into
Univac and let it go at that, fit's
possible that even Washington
would hajre had a chance because
the Senators figured, 'along with
such teamfHas the Cardinals,
Phillies and-,A's, until the day; tlie
This seems like a perfect day,
after solid deliberation, for Sthe i
new Continental League to get
into opertion. Kacn of the hope hopeful
ful hopeful clubs could make an imaginary
draft of stars from the existing
leagues,,, feed in the figures and
challenge the World Series winner
between the operating league to
a mathematical duel for the tle.
Because, after all, the wiwier
has been decided. J
"What we did," the minex minex-plained,
plained, minex-plained, "was reduce baseball to
mathematical equat'ons and ftsed
it to the machine. This includes
earned .run averages, batting Jve-
rages, aeiensive averages as. veu
as the figures on the comparajiye
strength of the. two leagues and
the average of world seriesire seriesire-sults
sults seriesire-sults oyer the past 10 years.S
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THE BRAVADOS"- .VV
T f AW AM A AMERICAN AN IKDEPmDENT PAIL NIWRPAFE
white I nset Braves lo Uive Juoagers i.jl. jueaa
tubs In Eleven Innings
E The hardrfighting Los Angeles Dodgers today
woved within grasping reach of a hstory-makmg
Rational League championship by edging the Ch ca ca-o
o ca-o Cubs 54-in eleven tension packed innings yester-
W7son, Besf Bofi
Go In Tomorrow's
W.1 rtn&K uin roil Died With
the Philadelphia Phillies' 6-3 de
feat Of Tthe1 favored Milwaukee
firaves Cave the Dodgers a orw orw-me
me orw-me lead ith only twd games
ML to Play.' The Dodgers' magic
,'N5Ef il two. ;Ay combi combi-iition
iition combi-iition of Dodger victories or MU MU-4ukee
4ukee MU-4ukee losses, that add-up to two
ixffl Elve' tne west toi
BlMnwhile, the San Francisco
4 n t a, now two-and-one-nalf
i Si., hMnH. are now only hope-
f ful of gaining a first place tie M
they win both their remaining
games and the -Dodcers should
lose both their games to the Cubs.
The Braves would also have to
lose one more of their two games
" with the Phillies for the Giants to
'The Giants were rained out last
lifcht and are scheduled to meet
the St; Louis Cardinals in a twi-'ffBht-night
Yesterday, the Dodgers started
with their ace. Dor Drjsdale but
could not hold the iiard tutting.
yi..u. l ho.lr anH wis lifted in
k. vnth inning. Danny mc-
Devitt relievea mm ami w
.nlaeeH bv rookie Lsrry Sherry
' on the mound.
Sherry finally earned credit for
If the Uodgers finally win the
pennant they will establish a new
..-..a N'ofiniial ,iacnp team
ever has gone from seventh place
in one year to first the next and
Uie IHliy ledin in niwj-.i ...-o-w
nals' to achieve that rise was the
Yankees or iva io i-
rlOUgcS, Wllu nil ivYuiv.i.
innina rlnnhlp homered off Bill
it Un 111, irt aivfi
fl e n r y in uie ahu 4,.,-
Sherry his sixtn win anu pu. mc
.n.nlir nn tha UrBVPS
wno piaycu a mjm smut.
waukee. Wally Moon also homer
ed for tne uoagers anu mumuj
Taylor and Ernie Banks homered
for the Cubs.
The Phillies touched 21-game
r 1 4 1 rv- ( I! nine in
winner rui ueur iui i u M..lk
1 U t r.,-1 innmiT on
uie liiiiiufe uu
61, in the 3rd while Gene Freese
climaxed with his three-run homer.
Jack Meyer, who took over from
Don uaraweii in uie luuim, onur
ed the Braves' only four hil? over
i i r rt 1 : i lirin hi
tne last a hiiui'so
fifth game against three losses.
The defeat was Burciette's 15th.
The Yankees gained a crumb for
thtir, 195? efforts when they
clinched third place in the Ameri-
H f' V;v'
; v ? .1; I
Something's gotta give when
Stanley Wilson and Ray Best
two unbeaten featherweights
clash in the six-round semifinal
on tomorrow night's M e 1 v l n
Bourne-Roberto Murillo boxing
card at the Olympic Stadium.
Wilson, who fights out of Colon
and is handled by Kenneth Night Nightengale,
engale, Nightengale, has racked up e.gnt
consecutive victories. Best, a 1 1
nama f'itv bov trained bv. Aubrey
(Jojo) wooaruti, nas a record oi
six straight wins.
RING ACTION Sixto San Miguel, top light welterweight con contender
tender contender at Fort Kobbe steps across the leg of Antonio Morns of
Panama after he knocked the Panamanian down for the second
time during their match this week at Kobbe. Morris got up but
was sent down for the third and final time by the savage body
attack of San Miguel, as he won by a TKO in one minute and
'0 seconds of the third. (U.S. Army Photo)
Overflow Crowd Watches
Evenly Matched 9-Bout
Boxing Card At Ft. Kobbe
The Fori Kobbe boxing season
swung into its fourth week of ac action
tion action as an overflow crowd saw
the best and most evenly matched
fights of the season on nine nine-bout
bout nine-bout card.
In the main event of the even evening
ing evening middleweight Roy Fausnett ot
D Comaony, 34th Armor, contin continued
ued continued to look Jike a safe bet to take
the Caribbean Command middle middleweight
weight middleweight crown as he TKO'ed Joe
Calabria of the Rodman Marine
Rarrarks in two minutes and 30
seconds of 1 the first round.
Both men cams out fast, ex exchanging
changing exchanging stiff jabs. Fausnett
found the range early as he bomb bombarded
arded bombarded the Marine with7 looping
lefts to the head and savage rights
to the mid-section which backed
him into the ropes. Referee Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Boyle stopped the fight when
it was obvious that Calabria could
not defend himself.
Tnn lieht wplterweieht contend
er, Sixto Miguel of Mortar Battery,
scored a TKO over Antonio Mor-
OS D H fl N
THE YBAR'S MOST TENDER LOVE STORY!
can League with a 5-2 victory over
the Baltimore Orioles. The De
troit Tigers beat the American
League champion Chicago White
Snx. fi-5. the Cleveland Indians
downed the Kansas City Athletics,
8-2 and 8-7, and the Boston Red
Sox routed the Washington Sena Senators,
tors, Senators, 10-4, in other A.L. activity.
Hector Lopez' two-run single was
the key blow for the Yankees as
Whitey Ford won his 16th game,
Harvey Kuenn and Al Kaline each
knocked in two runs for the Tigers
to help Don Mossi to his 17th vic vic-tnrv.
tnrv. vic-tnrv. Rnekv Colavito had four
hits, including his 42nd homer in
the Indians' sweep, ana jacwe
Jensen paced the Red Sox' 13-hit
attack with three nits.
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ri. nf Panama in one minute and
40 seconds of the third round while
landing punches to the head ot nis
opponent. Miguel, a counter-puncn
or hv tvlp. decked the lanky Pan
amanian three times in the third
round with short rights to the mid
section before the fight was siop
In another light welterweight
bout Lesley Scroose, B Company,
imh hie rnnd sDlit decision
victory over Victoria Alvarado of
Panama in a rematch, bcroose
lnnkeH trrnrh hnrrer than h did
iat weeV hut still couldn't solve
the style of the Panamanian, who
throws punches from anywnere
and leads witn euner nanu.
in th lieiht welterweight division
where several good fighters are
mnipnri n John Dantzier OI B
rnmnanv nicked uo his tnira con
secutive win by defeating the
counter-punching John Clementine
of A Company on a a unanimous
Lightweight Walter Williams of
A Company used his neignt ano
reach advantage over Sam Smith
of Mortar Battery to jao out a
unnnimnnc ripcixion in a fast bout.
Another excellent card is sched sched-niari
niari sched-niari fnr npvt Monrlav nieht at 8
o'clock at Hangar Four. One of the
best fights ot the evening is ex
Bected when high ranking middle
loht Hnrio C.nonpr taies on
Crowd favorite Sixto San Miguel
will be seeking his fourth straight
win against a Panamanian op
ponent in the main event or rne
eight fight card.
A possible rematch between
heavyweights William Johnson
and B'lly West and anothr' bout
featuring Ray Fausnett and Joe
Calabria will be scheduled in the
U'ilcnn ic (all anrl slim while
his oooonpnt is more on the ttoc-
ky side but of good height also.
Each boxes well, packs a good
wallop and has ambitions of
hpinp aYnnnff the toD contenders
9 o --
for Jesus hantamaria s lb-pouno
crown one oay. iney win meei
al a wplPhl limit of 12b DOUndS.
The tpn-rnnnri 12A-nounH featurp
between Bourne, a former ban
tamweight champion and Muniio
will be the first meeting of the
nair. Bourne has been inactive
since January of this year when
he decisioned llspounu aspuani
To Be Awarded For
UF Goli Tournament
r.olf pnthnsiasts from around the
Isthmus are awaiting the Seotem
ber 29 opening of the 1959 Canal
Zone Unitsd Fund Match Play
Open Goll Tournament wnich will
be played at the Fort Amador
Tnnrnpv rhairman Colonel John
D. Coney announced that Mercu
rio's jewerly shop has donated
$250 worth of silver prizes, which
will be awarded in addition to the
Military and civilian dignitaries
are expected to be on hand for th
event as the first foursome tees
off on the 18-hole course.
Qualifying rounds for men will
begin on Sept. 29 and extend
through Oct. 4, with an entry fee
for the full handicap tournament
a $3 donation to the Canal Zone
United Fund made at the time of
entry at the Amador clubhouse.
Plavers are ureed to make their
entries earlv so that Qualifying
rounds may be completed before
Oct 5. Ladies en ennff the tourna
ment will not be required to play
A lum-fnnl pnoravpn rpnlira m
the permanent Canal Zone United
Fund Golf trophy will be awarded
the low medalist in the qualifying
All participants will be placed in
16 man flights by handicaps wi'h
consolation tngnts Deing set up tor
first round losers.
Each round must be finished by
the following dates: Qualifying
round by Oct. 4, first round by
October 11 second round bv Oct.
18, third round by Oct. 25, and
the lourw and nnai round dv ino.
1. In case of ties additional holes
will be played to determine the
TEAMS W L Pet. CB TEAMS W L Pet. GB
Los Angelas 85 4 .559 IChicigo Tl 60 .405
Milwaukt 84 48 .553 1 Cltvtlind 8? 43 .584 3
San Francisco 82 4 .543 2Vj Ntw York . 7? 73 .520 13'
Pittsburgh 78 74 .513 7 ; Dttreit 74 74 .500 14
Chicago 71 7? .480 12 I Boston 73 7 .480 1
Cincinnati 72 80 .474 13'i Baltimore 72 80 .474 20
S. Louis . 4 .437 15V3 Kansas City 44 88 .421 28
Philadelphia 44 88 .421 21 Washington 43 88 .417 28'
Philadelphia at Milwaukee
Los Angeles at Chicago
S. Francisco at St. Louir (T N)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
Los Angeles 100 012 000 015 9 2
Chicago 100 010 110 004 8 0
Drysdale, McDevitt, Sherry (6 (6-2)
2) (6-2) and Roseboro, Pignatano
llobbie, Henry (9-8) and Taylor,
Chicago at Detroit
Baltimore at New York
Washington at Boston
Kansas City at Cleveland
Philadelphia 204 000 000 fi
Milwaukee 100 200 00O-3
Cardwoll, Meyer (5 r, ) and
Rurriette (21-15), Jay. Rush,
Mahon, Willey and Crandall.
Chicago (130 000 (K)2 5 t 1
Detroit 210 000 0036 8 0
Pierce, Donovan, Staley (8-5)
Mossi (16-10) and Wilson.
Baltimore 000 001 1002
New York 000 104 OOx 5
Walker (1110), Coleman
Ford (16-10) and Berra.
San Francisco at St. Louis
Only games scheduled.
With MARK RICHMAN and introducing INA BALIN Produced by CARLO PONTI ind MARCEILO
' THIS IS A PICTURE FOR ALL THE FAMILY!
,7700 P. M
M i d n i g h t S h o w
JAMES STEWART 1n
"The Man Who Knew Too Much"
' sj"' n?" V:
t i ii I
j BOY, DOES THAT FEEL GOOD! BUze Hanover gets a
soothing electronic foot massage at the Delaware, O., County i
! Fair Grounds track. The caretaker acts like he wishes he i i
P i rrted one, too, Tne Jpe u jsrien-irainea con is me niiesi i
I two-year-pld. trotter on. Grand Circuit James Camp owns hipj JJ
Murillo lost a disputed spl-l de
cision to llgniweigni cnamyiu
Jorge Quintero when the Utter
was top contender for Horacio Ot Ot-lis'
lis' Ot-lis' 135-pound title in June. Quin Quintero
tero Quintero scored a kayo over Ottis
Sept. 13 to cop the championsh p.
Murillo's last bout was in July
when he reduced to 118 pounds to
fight topranked Cuban Manuel Ar Ar-mpnf
mpnf Ar-mpnf pros nri suffered a kayo
when he failed to answer he bell
which would have begun the
Murillo who was counted out
seated in his corner, claimed that
iha u,ninhl chpHHinC left him in
such a weakened condition that he
was unable to continue fighting.
Prices for the four-bout program
drawn up by promoter Egbert
(Champion) Reid are general ad
mission, l; general nngsiae, j
and reserved ringside, $3.50.
Billy Hunter Cuts
Mitefi To Ribbons
For TKO Victory
cVRAfllSE N Y.. SeDt. 26
mpti Rillv Hunter, unranked.
unheralded and a decided under-
dog, sliced big Alex Mileff down
to size last night and snowed that
finesse with a sharp left jab can
overcome many oDstancies, even
a 23 pound weight advaniage.
Hunter, a stablemate of Sugar
Ray Robinson, whose style he likes
to use, employed his very precise
left jabs to badly cut Miteff's eyes
and come away with a blood
The Argentine s face was a
bloody mess when Dr. Charles E.
K.nw stnnDed Ihe fieht after the
seventn round, giving the 26-year-old
Detroitcr an eiglu-round knock knockout
out knockout over seventh-ranked Mitefi.
The cuts, however, were not serl
ous just bloody.
Hunter, whose record now stands
at 13-6-2, was a 12-5 underdog.
His win over Miteff figured to
earn him "a lot ot better fights,"
in the winner's own words, .while
Miteff hoped for a re-maUh.
Promoter Norm Rothschild call
ed Hunter's showing one of the
best made in .Syracuse.
A reader asks if it is possible
for a player to be out of bounds
without stepping oil the palying
The answer is yes. A player
is out of bounds if he comes in
contact with any object or any anyone
one anyone other than another player
that is out of bounds. This in
cludes officials, coaches and spec
tators. f or instance, u a piay-
er running the Dan aown me
sideline brushed against a lines
man standing of the Dlaving lieia.
the player would be out of bounds
even though he himseit aid noi
step caross the sideline.
Alone this same general line.
if an eligible receiver catcher a
touchdown pass wnne leaning a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst a goal post, it is not a
Since the goal posts are out of
bounds, the pass is ruled incom incomplete,
plete, incomplete, even though the receiver
may have his feet in the end
Q. How fast does a football tra travel
vel travel when it is passed?
A Rnh Waterfield's Dasses were
clocked electronically when the
former Cleveland and Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles Ram played for UCLA in 1945.
The ball zipped through the air
at a fraction more than 68 miles
an hour, taking six-tenths of a
second to cover 20 yards
Q: Whatever became of Tom Tommy
my Tommy O'Connel, who passed for
Illinois and the Cleveland Browns.
A: O'Connell is the new head
coieh at Drake.
Q When and where were num
bers first worn by football play
A Pnn Wirnar'i llniveralv nf
Pittsburah sauad first turned up
numbeed in 1916.
rns ANC.F.LES (UPD Danny
Kid of the Philippines and Joe
Medel of Mexico will meet in a
1 '-round bout tonight for the
North American bantamweight
championshiD. The winnpr may
earn a shot at world champion
RAMS R El F AF TWO
LOS ANOF' KS I'PI ) P'sce P'sce-kicking
kicking P'sce-kicking specialist Pa:se Cothren
ant l'nehacker Clancy Osborne
have been re'eased on wai"ers by
the To Aneo'es Rams of the Na National
tional National Football League.
Kansas City 001 000 1002 3
Cleveland 000 600 20x 8 11 3
Kocks (812). Tsitoiiris. Grun Grun-wald.
wald. Grun-wald. Killeen. Sturdivant and
Striker (1-0). R. Smith. Kutyna,
Locke' and Nixon.
Kansas City 042 100 000 7 12 2
ripvpl-nrl 010 004 003 R 1 3
Pal Grm (6 10) ,md Smith.
MeLish. Bell. Cicotle, Grant
(10 7) and Brown. Nixon.
Washington Oin 00 000- 4 7 2
Boston 010 513 00010 13 2
Clevenccr. Ihde (2-5). Grigs,
Woodeschick. Stobhs, Katt, Lu Lu-menle
menle Lu-menle and Korcheck.
Wilson. Brewer, Fornielis (5-3)
and White, Gile.
1:03 3:08 --5:03
TODAY 6:58 p-m-
A Great And Exciting Release!
Suddenly they were the center of in invisible ring
menacing closer... closet,., every suspense-seared secondl
4 V' I RICHARD
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Address football questions to
Red Grange, NEA Service, 461
Eighth Aven., New York 1, N. Y.
Questions of general or unsual
interest will be answered in .this
column. Other questions cannot
he acknowledged Individually.
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Clara Reasonable rarer Phone
Balboa 1866. ..
PILLIPj OceeitsMa Cottaget
ansa 1-H77 Crtatobal J-167J.
FOR RENT: Modern thjlet fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Bell, V,s.a 48th .treet
ondin,. to the left. No 25. L.-inaj-dminf
room, two medium
,ixe bedrooms, bathrooms, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, porch, telephone installa installation
tion installation Phone3-1863
"FOR RENT: Beautiful resi residence,
dence, residence, for information phone i i-JH5,
JH5, i-JH5, Panama
"FOR RENtT Chalet. Newly
constructed Three ktdrroma.
,tdio. garage, large fnc td yJ.
hot water. Calle G. Loma Alegre
phone Baiboa 3228
FOR RENT: Rooms, $20 00,
S22 50 and rooms with services,
$30 00 monthly. Tels. 3-0850,
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
family or bachelors, garage, 97
East Street No. 18, San Francis Francisco.
co. Francisco. Tel. 3-2147.
American hair stylist from Cali California
fornia California Erma Dykstra formerly of
Clayton has returned to Albrook
Beauty Salon, appointments call
Nanny Mercer Falls
From Mount, Dies
Later In Hospital
FSCOT. ENGLAND, Sopl. 26
(UPD One of Britain's most
brilliant flat jockey's, Emmanuel
"Mannv" Meivrr, was thrown by
his mount and killed here today.
Mercer, died alter his mount
"Priddy Fair" threw him on the
wav to the starting posl for the
fifth race at the Ascot race racetrack.
track. racetrack. Mercer wan rushed oil the
course seriously injured in an
ambulance. His death was an announced
nounced announced to racegoers shortly be before
fore before the scheduled start of the
The stewards cancelled the j
last race as a mark ol respect j
to Mercer who began his career
shortly after World War Two.
He rose quickly to the lop In
1954 he was runner-up to Dougi
Sm 'h in the winning list wim a
tojal of 88 winners.
Mer.er's younger brother, Jne.
Is also a well-known jockey on
Take in a veritable Inter
national Exposition and
without travelling to Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. Blok Agencies are
fifferin a 15 day excur excursion
sion excursion beginning October 5th
to Lima, Peru by way of
Colombia and Ecundib'. Re
serve your seat now by
calling Panama 3-3397.
ADVERTISE IN THIS SECTION
Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch
Ads accepted for a
j run nirumvi i
Canal Zone Society F:or
The Prevention Of Cruelty
Rnx 26. Balboa. ( 7
Phonf: Curundu .iin
Thr follow In animal at Ihf
Cororal Veterinary Hopllal
' neerl good hnmen:
'1 Male hroun and uhlte doi. Inni
' hair, medium l7e
1 erv pretty orangr and white te tenia!'
nia!' tenia!' kitten. 3 monlh old, houae houae-hroUrn.
hroUrn. houae-hroUrn. a .nrrial pet
3 Plark kitten",. 1 eek old
Tall the above telephone number
for the follow In:
2 Female kitten", hlark and white,
3 mo, old
I Female rat, hlark and white, 2
sitport voi r sr a.
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GRAHAM TO WHEATON
; IKATOY II! ( t'l'l )- Kvan.;e
1, ".'Uv (li'jiliHiii begins Sunday
; '. Ion;: nis.idc ;i' hiv alma
"' "'l'- ''nil,"" Craham
; 'il il Ikiiii Uheatnn in 194:i
ill- "ii the ra in pus
' i 'ic was a co erl.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, two bathrooms, fur furnished.
nished. furnished. $100.00. 48th Street Be Bella
lla Bella Vista, house 27 apartment
No 3. Tel. 3-2504.
FOR RENT: Apartment three
large bedrooms, terrace, porch,
three baths, maid's room, in
Nuevo Campo Alegre, 2-3405.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Alhambra
Apartments, 10th street 8061,
Tel 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment, furnished. Liv-ing-diningroom,
maid's room, garage, etc. 49th
Street. Isabelita House $140.00.
FOR RENT: Large three bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartment. Livingroom,
diningroom, three bathrooms, hot
water, maid's room, garage, etc.
Manuel Maria Icaia Street. For For-mentor
mentor For-mentor Building. Tel. 3-4994.
FOR RENT: One and two bed bedrooms
rooms bedrooms apartments. Facing the
sea Uruguay St. No. 1-22.
FOR RENT: Modern one bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, living-dining
room, kitchen, balcony and inde independent
pendent independent patio. $65.00 in ad advance.
vance. advance. 97th Street, San Francis Francisco,
co, Francisco, between 1st. and 2nd. Ave.
Apply 2nd. Ave. No. 65.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, kitchen and bath bathroom
room bathroom Information Metropolt Bar.
Tel. 2-5590, mornings.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, El Cangrejo, maid't
room with aervice, garage, hot
water Alberto Navarro Street
No. 48. Tel. 3-4734 and 2 2-2883.
2883. 2-2883. FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Carrasquilla. Tel. 3 3-3589.
3589. 3-3589. furnished apartment in El Can Can-qreio.
qreio. Can-qreio. near El Panamb. Tel. 3 3-5692,
5692, 3-5692, apply 2034 Sabanas.
POR RENT: La CVesta, two
bedroom apartment, living, din dining
ing dining room, maid room, two bal balconies1,
conies1, balconies1, 3-1 586.
TELEVISION AND RADIO
SERVICE. Our new service plan
gives you faster, more econo economical
mical economical and better service. Phone
2-1905 Crawford Agencies. Tivo Tivoli
li Tivoli Avenue.
TELEVISION SERVICE. If you've
got trouble. We're on the double.
U. S. TELEVISION Phone 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 Panama. From 9 a.m. to
10 p.m. Saturday to 6 p.m.
WANTED: Maid to live in
0932 Amador Road.
WANTED: English speaking
maid, must live in. Telephone 3 3-5089,
5089, 3-5089, after 5:00 p.m.
WANTED: Cook housekeeper
sleep in, no laundry. Experienced
only. Apply 9:00 a m to 1:00
p m House 8447 Margarita, C
Z. Phone 3-1519
WANTED: Maid to wh, iron
and do housework Manuel Ma Maria
ria Maria Icaxa street 7-A, Apt 3
Reliable housekeeper, cook and
caretaker ol children Call Co Colon
lon Colon 438 A.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE. Cushman motor
scooter, $40 00, American Flyer
electric train, working extras extras-Phone
Phone extras-Phone Curundu 7227.
minimum of one month.
Finance Your New Or
I serl Car
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES LP TO 36 Mo.
on new car,
No. 4.1 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4981 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Telephone Pan. 2-0552
FOR SALE: 1958 Ford "300"
tudor blue, auto shift, radio,
17,000 miles. Phono Kobbo
7169, Nary 3543.
FOR SALE: 1950 4 door auto automatic
matic automatic Pontiac 8, radio, good con condition,
dition, condition, $275.00 or best offer, 5
to 7 p.m. Apt. 19, 0853, Balboa
BUYING A CAR? Auto financing
through us on new or used cart
often cost less than from other
sources and you can swing a bet better
ter better deal with cash in hand. Set
us today at Panama Credit Cor Corporation,
poration, Corporation, 30-50 Automobile Row
in Panama. Telephone 3-7833.
FOR SALE: 52 Chrysler Impe Imperial,
rial, Imperial, white side wall tires in good
condition, recent paint job, semi semiautomatic
automatic semiautomatic shift, power brakes,
good running condition, call Mrs.
Mallahan during day at 272 272-4187,
4187, 272-4187, or after 6:00 p m. at 2 2-2710.
2710. 2-2710. FOR SALE: 1 955 Mercury sta station
tion station wagon, 9 passenger. 10:00
am. Saturdfay, Sept. 26. 300
Area, Balboa. May be seen Fri Friday,
day, Friday, same place 9:00 a.m. to
FOR SALE: Plymouth 4 door,
station wagon. 6 cyl., 4 months
old'. Excellent, $2400. Tel. 6 6-165.
165. 6-165. FOR SALE: 1957 Ford Ranch
wagon, 8 cylinder, automatic
transmission, w.s.w., radio, will
trade. Amador 2253.
FOR SALE: Morris convertible
1955. good condition, can be
seen Curundu, 2126-C. 4-7.
FOR SALE: 10 h p Mercury,
excellent, low time, short lower
unit. Balboa 2-1385.
WE PAY CASH FOR
GOOD LATE MODEL CARS.
Autos Eisenman, S.A.
Next to Coca Cola Plant
phone all day Panama 2-2616,
FOR SALE: Lincoln converti convertible
ble convertible (1953), radio, good tires
and top, duty paid, call Balboa
Mother-in-law coming? Show her
around in a new Hertxcar. Call
Fiesta Car Rentals". Tet 3-4568
Lobby El Panama Hilton.
LOST OR STRAYED: Spayed
female dog, fawn and white, ap approximately
proximately approximately 12 pounds, medium
long hair, new collar with 1960
C. Z. tag, answers to name
"Snookie." Reward, Curundu Tel
SUGGESTION AWARD t'ol. C H. Davidson, chief of the US
Army Caribbean Transportation Section, presents a Department
of the Army SuReslion Award to James K. Hicks, of the high highway
way highway division. Hicks is a transportation specialist who first
Marted work with the section in 1935. Transportation was then
under the Engineers, with headquarters on the site where the
Army Sales Store, Corozal, now stands. Hicks suggested that
200(, gallon tankers he converted to 5000 gallons, thus cutting in
half necessary mileace while supplying outlying consumers.
The tankers are used to haul gasoline to consuming military
units as far away as Rio Hato. Hicks and his family live at Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu Heights. (U.S. Army Photo)
The Pacific Steam
FAST FREIGHT AND
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALINAS" ...
T' I'NITF.D KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. SPAIN
5.5. "RElNA PEL MAR" (20,225 Tons)
( Air-conditioned ) Nov. 29
TOUnItED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" Oct. 1
5.6. "POTOSr Oct. 8
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND
' TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH AVON" Oct.
S.S. "APPINGEDYK" Oct.
S.S. "DINTELDYK" Oct. 3
M.V. "PARIMA" ...Oct. 14
V. SAILINGS S'.'B.IECI TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Cristobal 3-1K545 Panama .VI2.WR Balboa 2-1905
FOR SALE: On electric Her
Point ttove in vory good condi condition
tion condition with four top burners and
oven. Also three drawan. Call
Balboa 1072 or 2617.
FOR SALE: 4 burner gas stove
used 6 months, $125. Fedderi,
2 ton air conditioner, used 3
mo nths, 300. White, wooden
hi-boy dresser $5. Metal bed bedside
side bedside table $3 .00. Call Panama 3 3-6260.
6260. 3-6260. FOR SALE: Dining room, living
room, two bedrooms, Frigidaire,
air-conditioner Vornado, 2 bars,
tables, chairs, lamps, many other
household itemi. Owner leaving
Isthmus. Apply M. Toussich,
44th Street No. 37, Apt. C. Tel.
FO R SALE: Magnevox Hi-Fi,
$75. 00. Assembled HEATHKIT
amplifier, preamp. Am-Fm tun tuner,
er, tuner, etc. Curundu 5243.
FOR SALE: Upright piano,
medium sixe, $125.00, 6 patio
chairs, $10 00. House 6363-B,
uan Dial PI Los Rios, Tel.
FOR SALE: Collaro High Fidel Fidelity
ity Fidelity record changer, mahogany
base, slightly used, reasonable.
FOR SALE: Whirlpool DeLuxe
clothes dryer, $100.00. Albrook
FOR SALE: Dobermsn Pinieher,
1 year eld female, good watch watchdog,
dog, watchdog, excellent for breeding, de descendant
scendant descendant of AKC champions.
Write Box 212, Rodman or see
at 825-A Farfan.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies,
A.K.C. registered. $65.00. Phone
Navy Pacific 2391.
Members of Narcisse Temple No.
co658 1BPOEW, will sponsor a
cocktail party tomorrow evening
from 7 to 9 o'clock at the Bar Bartenders
tenders Bartenders and Waiters Club on Cen Central
tral Central Avenue.
A highlight of the party will be
a floor show featuring the Gay
Croonrs and a number of other
entertainers and music for danc dancing
ing dancing by the club's orchestra.
Admission price is $1. Reserva Reservations
tions Reservations can still be made by through
Mrs. Elisa Simmons at 4-0879
Panama. Tickets will also be a a-.vailable
.vailable a-.vailable ..t the door.
ROYAL CHARTER 1840)
FOR SALE. Aged natural ma manure
nure manure at give-away prices by tjie
trucfcloedf. Call 2-2641.
Privately owned automobile. S00
area behind Balboa skating rink
Saturday Sept. 26 10 a m. Can
on display Friday Sept. 25, 9 a.
m. to 12 noon. Public ihvtted For
information call Balboa 2-3227.
1951 Pontiac sedan. 1954 Ford
Ranch wagon, radio. 1958 Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet Bel-Air, sedan, radio. 1950
Ford. 1953 Lincoln convertible.
1955 Mercury station wagon. 33
hp, outboard motor boat and
trailer. All can good condition.
Possibly ethers cars.
FOR SALI i6 week eld, wash washing
ing washing machine, wringer 2-2964.
FOR SALE: 1 Bell fr Howell
lens turret Model 70, used in including
cluding including 3 best lenses $225.00
(list U.S.A. $590.00). Interna International
tional International Photo, Inc. 155 Central
FOR SALE: Three (3) "Vor "Vornado
nado "Vornado air conditioners, 4 h.p. at
$125.00 each. Tel. 3-3936.
FOR SALE: English bicycle
26", six months old and little
use. Tel. 3288, Curundu.
FOR SALE: Piano good condi condition,
tion, condition, boy's 26" English bicycle.
CaH Balboa 1214.
2 Bangs May Keep Soldiers
From Deafness By Gunfire
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (UPD- An
Army psychologist said today a
gun with two bangs might keep
fighting men from being deafened
Capt. John L. Fletcher said
studies at the medical research
laboratory at Ft. Knox, Ky., show
there is a n a t u r a 1 protective
mechnism in man's middle ear
against sudden noises. Unfortun
ately, he said, the explosive noise
of a. gun does, its damage before
this protective mechanism can
come into play.
Fletcher told the fifth annual
human factors engineering con conference
ference conference at Redstone Arsenal that
the protective mechanism in the
ear can be activated by a harm harmless
less harmless noise a split second before a
gun goes off.
This suggests, he said, that
weapons could be designed to pro.
Evensong preacher at the
Church of St. Mary the Virgin,
Rainbow City, tomorrow evening
will be the Rev. William Lydeck Lydeck-er,
er, Lydeck-er, who arrived ast Thursday to
take up an appointment in the
missionary district of the Panama
The priest in charge. Father John
Spalding, who has been recuper recuperating
ating recuperating from injuries sustained in an
automobile accident some months
ago, will attend.
In observance of the 18th Sun Sunday
day Sunday after Trinity, holy communion
and other services will be held
at St. Mary's as regularly sched scheduled.
uled. scheduled. ST. PAUL'S
Regular services will be held
at St. Paul's Church tomorrow,
19th Sunday after Trinity, with the
Knights of St. Paul making their
monthly corporate communion at
the choral Eucharist, slated to
begin 8 a.m.
Besides being the celebrant and
preacher at this service, the rec rector,
tor, rector, Archdeacon Lemuel B. Shir Shirley,
ley, Shirley, will celebrate Holy Com-
Federal Spending Exceeds
US Budget By $2 Billion
WASHINGTON (UPD The ad administration
ministration administration said yesterday that
federal spending this year will run
nearly two billion dollars higher
than President Eisenhower
planned but that rising revenues
will keep the budget in the black
by 95 million dollars.
Budget Director Maurice H.
Stans warned in releasing the an annual
nual annual mid-year budget review that
even this thin surplus could be
wiped out by a drop in revenues
if the steel strike continued long longer
er longer than "two or three" more
Stans said he had no hope for
a tax cut before mid-1961 and
that the administration again
would ask Congress next year to
boost postal rates.
He also disclosed that the ad administration
ministration administration expected no drop in
present high interest rates. On an.
other front. Stans said the federal
government was trying to trim
civilian employment 2 per cent
below authorized levels.
The budget review showed the
MR SAUaoUis) 300 end t.000
ftecerfack AH lett wtHi street
fronts, twwat. water ssurie and
e4eciticiry. CaH W. Mclamett.
FOR SALI OR RENT: House, 2
bedrooms, bath, large porch,
maid't room, 2 carports, hot wa water
ter water electric ttove, bohie, 1,500
meters land. End of 4th street
(private drive), No. 413, Las
Cumbres or call Violette, Las
Cumbres 2347.4125-00 month monthly.
ly. monthly. Seen Saturday and Sunday or
afternoons from 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALI: Cat Kerch, .210,
2nd St., Las Cumbres, concrete
and tile, $15,000, bargain.
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.I.
PHONE BALBOA 3709.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Swedish
living room set. It was brought at
Dagmar. Tivoli Aye. Call Tel.
duce automatically a protective
noise just before firing.
The reflex in voles the tighten tightening
ing tightening of the ear drum by the con contraction
traction contraction of two middle ear mus muscles.
cles. muscles. The tightened ear drum is
less free to vibrate and thus less
able to transmit sound vibra vibration
tion vibration to the fluids of the inner ear.
Fletcher said it takes nine
l,000ths of a second frpm the time
harmful sound is detected and the
reflex tirggered for the entire
reflex cycle to be completed and.
the ear protected. The reflex
works best against sustained
sound, he said.
Noise from a gun being fired is
"impulsive," he said, reaching a
peak intensity in two l,000ths of
a second. U n A ft. ardinwy oir
cumstances, damage : to -hearing
due to gunfire noise already :s
done before the reflex comer into
munion at 6 a.m. and officiate at
tfoiensong, 7 p.m.
:f ne tease ot st. juicnaei and All
Akgels falls on Tuesday, and in
commemoration of this day, Holy
Communion will be held at 3
a.m. Midweek celebrations are al also
so also scheduled for Wednesday mor morning
ning morning at 6 and 8:30 a.m. Friday.
The annual promotion day ser service
vice service and activities of the Calvary
Baptist Chruch will take place to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow during the regular Sun Sunday
day Sunday School period at 9:30 a.m.,
and a special service will be held
at 11 a.m., at which time promo promotion
tion promotion certificates will be handed
to those who will be promoted.
The Cherub and Young Adult
Choirs will render the musical
selections during the M o r n i n g
Service; and the youth will assist
The night service will begin as
usual at 7:30 p.m. The Louis A.
Sealey, who is th speaker for
the two services, will speak on
"A Responsibility" at the morn morning
ing morning service, and on "The- Moral
Character of a Workman" dur during
ing during the night service.
higher spending would occur de
spite congressional cuts in Presi
dent Eisenhower's requested ap
propriations. Stans said most of
the cuts would not affect spend
ing until future years.
Keeping pace with a $1,875,000,
000 spending jump was a $1,900,-
000,000 boost in expected revenues
This increase was attributed to
the business boom which exceed
ed Eisenhower's expectations of
last January, when the fiscal I960
budget was sent to Congress.
Half the increase in tax reven revenues
ues revenues was expected to come from
corporate profits, now calculated
to hit a record $48,500,000,000 this
Also higher than forecast earlier
were individual incomes now ex expected
pected expected to hit a new high of 382
Stans said the nation's total out output
put output of goods and services, known
as the gross national product,
would climb to 484 billion dollars
for the year, a striking gain of
nearly 10 per cent from 1958 s re-
-By SAM SHULSKY
By SAM SHULSKY
King Features Syndicate,
23S I 45 St., New York
Author, "Stock Buying Guide"
and "Investing for Retirement"
Q. I ve owned various stocks.
but have traded for profit, which
proved wrong. I made two other
investments, both bad. Now am
58 and confused. I earn $8,000 to
$10,000 but health will not permit
more than a year or two of work.
Will have to quit no later than
1961. I have $65,000 in cash in
banks at three and four per cent,
hold notes for $10,000. am selling
other assets to raise $7,000 to $8,
000. A broker advised stocks
but Is this the time to buy? Many
brokers believe prices will be
lower by 1960. I will need income.
A. If you are only two years
away from retirement, you're
way past the time when you
should be tradine stock in an at attempt
tempt attempt to make a profit. And you're
far past the day when von should
have all your money still in cash.
If you continue to sit with all
your funds in cash waiting for a
"good day" to buy stocks, you
will find yourself on retirement
day with all your funds still earn earning
ing earning three to four per cent. That,
in itself, is not too bad a return
when one considers the yield ob obtainable
tainable obtainable on the highest quality
common stocks today. But it U a
froien yield, vulnerable to infla
tion. And a man of 60 is likely to
see a lot of inflation over the bal balance
ance balance of his lifetime.
I can't help vou on the future of
the stock market, because I don't
know. But I do think that over the
next two years you will have to
move some of vour funds say
haK into equities, or securities.
?v.ch a. convertible preferreds or
debentures, which can be ex exchanged
changed exchanged for equities.
The securities should be bought
at regular intervals, and In rela rela-t'vely
t'vely rela-t'vely equal dollar amounts. Over
the period of the next two year
ana even thereafter you will
nay some high, some lower prices.
But if you stick to dollar averag averaging
ing averaging your final price should be sa satisfactory.
tisfactory. satisfactory. You syywr are confused. I ean
understand that. You will con continue
tinue continue to be confused long as you
hold a large- amount of cash and
continue to "feel for the bottom
of a stock market which Is sub
ject to so many influences.
O. Are convertible bonds
changeable into common stock for
a certain period?
A. Generally, a convertible bond
is convertible into the common
stock of the company throughout
its lifetime. The price at which it
is convertible into common may
change; That Is it may be con
vertible into comnion at $50 a
share of. common until 1965, and
$55 thereafter, but the conversion
oeriod is generally the life of the
Q. I am 51, will retire from the
Navy in four years. Ljwould like
to augment my retirement in income.
come. income. Mv present assets consist
of $12,000 in E bonds, the sare in
savings, some Boston Fund, Sper
ry Rand and General Motors, Can
invest $300 a month. My conserv
ative nature led me to mutual
Todayis Saturday, Sept. 26, the
269th diy of the year, with 66
more diys to follow in 1959.
The moon is approaching its
The morning star is Venus.
The evening stars are Jupiter
On this date in history:
in 1777, British- troops occupied
Philadelphia in the American Re
In 1831, the first political party
convention on a national basis
took place in Baltimore, where
the anti-Masonic party nominated
Wiluam Wirt for the presidency
in 1888, poet T. S. Eliot was
born in St. Louis.
In 1898, The American compos
er, George Gershwin, was born in
Brooklyn, New York.
In 1945, constitutional guaran
tees of freedom of speech, free
dom of the pre&s and right to as
sembly were suspended in Argen
Una by executive decree.
In 1950, U. N. troops captured
Seoul, capital of South Korea.
A thought for today: T. S. Eliot
wrote "we know too mucn, and
are Convinced of too little. Our
literature is a substitute for re
ligion and so is our religion."
A requiem mat will be held
Wednesday morning at 7 o' o'clock
clock o'clock for the late Wellesley J.
Waller at the San Miguel
Mr. Waller died en Sept. It
CROWD CHEERS, BOOS
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) A
crowd estimated at 10,000 persons
cheered Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev when he arrived at
the Mark Hopkins Hotel, Sunday
but there were a few, boos, and a
banner across the street said "we
Hungarians will bury you." "So
many wise people and one fool,"
Khrushchev commented. "That is
o we won't flat bored"
funds, although I know many in-'
vestment counsellors disapprove,
A. You've made a good start. :
If you are to retire in fous
years, you should figure on
swircning most of the $.4,000 in
cash and V. hnnrla fthau'r .w
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much the same thine) into aepar.'r
ities which will add to your pen-
Since you will have a good gd
ernment pension, you ean afford1
to cut down on the emergency i
fund much more than others. f
I would suggest putting thr$3(fcVi
in new funds plus almost as much,
$200, of your cash Into securities f
every month. You-could let the B L
uunas riae unui retirement sincst
cashing them in when your in-
come drops off will save you eon eon-siderable
siderable eon-siderable in the way income
You seem to do well In selec selection
tion selection of both corporate issues and
mutual funds. They belong in your
picture and so do issues of top
flight corporations. I am sending
you such a list. I would disregard
any counsellors' opposition to mu
Plan on buying regularly, with
similar monthly amounts. If we
do get any dip in the market,, th
dollar cost averaging will be to
COL WALTER A. DOWN I NO
JR., who has assumed duties at
USARCARIB's chief of etaff. He
relieves Col. William E. Eckles,
who became s aeting chief y of
staff when Col. John R. Wright
Jr. was named commanding of
ficer of the 1st Battle Group,
20th Infantry. Downing'- last as assignment
signment assignment was as commander of
USARCARIB's Antilles Com
mand. He has also served as an!
associate professor m West
Point's department of mechan.
ies, as commander f the Arc
tic Indoctrination School, Big
Delta, Alaska, as commander of
the 51st Artillery Group at Fort
Bragg, N.C., when the group
was one of teh Army's first
atomic-capable units, and as
corps artillery e o m m a n d e rJ
XVIII Airborne corps Artillery.;
Col. and Mrs. Downing have two
children f Dbnn, Hvho is serving
a tour in the Army, and Lynn,.
now in her junior year at Whea-f
ton College, Norton, Massv-.-.j j
Effect Of Christian I
Magazines In Africa
Told By Missionary
Carl. J. Tanls, mission ditoj
on the foreign news staff of
Christian Life magazine vividly
presented to members of th
Christian Business Men's Com
mittee of the Isthmus of Pana
ma at their September luncheon
meeting this week the story of tht
success and the problems of
Christian magaiines in :arryinf
the work of God to Africans.
A former Michigan hardware
dealer turned missionary, finis
told how during his years in A
frica he has witnessed the! rt
cent changes in individual lives,
in' homes, and in entire commu communities
nities communities taking place in that area
of the world "through the simple
word of God." Missionaris, the
growing number of churches and
the rapidly increasing circulation
ot Christian magazines in va various
rious various langueages plus the thou thousands
sands thousands of men, women and chil children
dren children in Afeica who already have
come to recognize the Bible at
the authority in our lives art
beginning to make an impact, hi
Tanis was on the' Isthums this
week en route to the United
States from a Latin Americn Con Congress
gress Congress on Gospel Communication'
sponsored at Cali, Colombia, by
LEAL (Evangelical Literature for
Latin America) and the Pana Pana-merican
merican Pana-merican Christian Network. He
was entroduced at the Wednesday
meeting in the Fern Room" of the
Tivoli Guest House by local CB
MC President Fred L. Denton, y
"The more we read the word of
God, the more we see the.-acCU-racy
and the truth in it," Ttrui
stated as he gave testimony 'from
his own life of one businessman's
answer to "the question that In Inevitably
evitably Inevitably arises: 'If we reject God
here, can we expect him to tak
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LONDON, Sept. 26 (UPI) Sir
Winston Cuurcmil charged out ol
semi retirement with oratorical
giwis blazing last night to come to
the aid of his worried Conserva Conservative
tive Conservative Party.
The 84-year-old former Prime
Minister, the oldest candidate up
for a parliamentary seat in the
Oct. I general elections, told vot
ers in his constituency -in the, su
burb of "Woodford that Prime Mi
nister Harold Macmillan was the
only man to represent Britain in
forthcoming crucial summit talks.
Macmillan and the Conservdlivu
Party, which began ilia election
campaign with a comfortable edge
over the Laborites, are reported
running scared'" in their bid for
re-election because public opinion
polls and private reports showed
au alarming drop in Conservative
Churchill, wearing his u.tiial
black overcoat, black h nnbiirg,
cigar and fiercely benign expres expression,
sion, expression, made one of hi.? rare public
apperances to demand that trie
voters ki-ep his party ;n power.
"To build may have to be the
slow and laborious task of years."
Churchill said. "To destroy can be
the thoughtless act of a single
"Let us pray that Oct. 8 is not
sue",i a day."
Churchill made it clear he fully
approves of Macmillan's foreign
and domestic policies. He said he
regards a summit meeting with
Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
as "desirable" whether concrete
results come from it.
Meanwhile, Macmillan took his
reelection campaign into two
towns where, 'marginal" parlia
mentary seats are at stake.
The Prime Minister today vis visited
ited visited the Lancashire and Cheshire
cotton products manufacturing
belt, with speaking stops at six
cities and towns.
Two of the towns were critical
In the last general elections the
Tories won the Oldham East seat
by a margin of only 380 votes
Labor won nearby Stalybridge Mid
Hyde by a still skimpier 155.
In speeches today Macmillan
appealed to the voters to let him
represent them in crucial East East-West
West East-West negotiations over the next
He said opposition leader Hugh
Gaitskell doutless could negotiate
as well as he could "but his part
is hopelessly divided on 11 th th-great
great th-great issues of foreign policy,
whereas I lead a party whosa
politics are united."
Russian Moon Shot
As Very Important
WASHINGTON (UPIV-An as astronomer
tronomer astronomer said today that report-
ed findings by Russia's lunar 1
rocket appear to be of tremen tremendous
dous tremendous importance" to understand" understand"-ins
ins understand"-ins of the earth's structure as
well as the moon's.
Hs and other .scientists said the
Soviel date also appear to prove
that tne moon noes possess an at atmosphere,
mosphere, atmosphere, albeit a thin one.
The astronomer. Dr Gerhardt
G. Schilling of the National Aero Aeronautics
nautics Aeronautics and Space Administration
(NASA), said h? has not yet seen,
anv scientific renort on the da'a
dispatched by Lunik II before it
crashed mtn the moon Sept. 13.
But on the basis of news nis-,
patches lrom Moscow Eiin'k's
findincs apparently confirm be
lief that to possess a strong mag-
netic fi?ld a reaveniy noay must
havp a molten, fluid eorer,
According to Soviet scientists
the moon, believed to have a solid
rocket core, has no maRnetic flei
onnropiahltf, Pnniiph to refflSter
on instruments like those aboard
If Lunik had found fairly
strong magnetic tV'd around the)
moon, it would nave upset
whole body of theory about ths
structure and formation of the.
earth and other plants.
Tha Ructiani jlsn reported that
Lun'k found an increasing concen
tration of ionized I charged) par particles
ticles particles wi!hin about 8.200 miles of
Schilling said this appears to
establish that the mnon possesses
an atmosphT" of sorts. He called
the Lunik information "most defi definitely
nitely definitely valuable" but said he ex expects
pects expects more complete data from
planned U.S. m.mn rockets.
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Bill Gibsons 74-Yard Scoring Gallop
Produces Only Score In Six Quarters
By TREVOR SIMONS
Ths only score in the tenth annual Canil Zone Football Jamboree was last might
Bill Gibson's 74 yard run in the third quarter against Balboa High School; but it was
all the Green Devils needed to take the Jamboree title home to JC for the third time
since its inauguration ten years ago.
It was the final Jamboree to be played at Mount Hope Stadium with all sports
switching to Coco Solo as soon as the playing field is made ready.
The Junior College now has the honor of having won the first and last Jamboree at
the old Stadium. The Green Devils added a bit of prestige to last night's victory by mak making
ing making their only score against the defending Jamboree champions of 1958.
' After pre-game ceremonies had
finished, JC and the Athletic
Club mtt for tht first quarter
ef the four team tvtnt. Tht start
Vvat somewhat slow, for neither
am was able to notch even a
first down in this opening stan stan-xa.
xa. stan-xa. Fumbles, three by AC and a
pair by JC, halted a pair of
drives that could have caused a
different end to the first quar
Cristohal High gave the home j
crowd something to cheer aooui.
if onlv for a moment, in the sec second
ond second quarter aeainst the Rulldog'
from Ralboa High For the most
part this quarter was played
nearlv at mid-field; hut halfwav
through the quarter Cristobal'
h-iple-thrral. Dewey Whitaker
booted one to the Balboa six-yard
line. Elevens look the punt onlv
to slip in his tracks
Cristobal's hopes of holding the
Bulldogs deep in their own tern
torv was dashed to the winds
when Phil Cage punted on second
r!o"'n to Ihe 45 yard line.
The third quarter parted out
somewhat quietly and the fans
could h-dly have expected Jun Junior
ior Junior College to break out for a
score when, midway throuqh the
quarter Phil Cage punted to
Gibson ran the ball back to the
24 a I set the stage tor his Jam Jamboree
boree Jamboree winning run all the way
to the Bulldog end zone.
On the very first play from
scrimmage the lanky Devii half
hack raced wide around own
right end and. picking up some
good Mocking went all the way
for the score.
The only Bulldog who was ahle
to gel close to Gibson, Steve Gor Gor-ham.
ham. Gor-ham. reached out in a last min minute
ute minute effort to halt the runaway Col
leo hark some 30 feet short of
No Steel, No Work
For CM Employes 1
In Next Two Weeks
DETROIT. Scpl..2fi (Ll'l)-(.en
eral Motors said today almost
8,000 of its employes wi'l be laid
off during the next two weeks as
a result of steel shorlase if the
steel strike is not settled dunnr.
A spokesman for the company
said more than 900 workers a.l
ready have heen idled at lour
plants and at least 7,1:0(1 will he
idled ifi the next two weeks.
LOM1TA, Calil. Truckdriver
James Harris pulled his truck to
the curb outside a fire station,
ran inside and shouted, "my
truck's on fire."
The fire alarm rang and fire firemen
men firemen jumped inti, their fire engine
and rode 40 teet oefore they real realized
ized realized Harris had brought the fire
to them. The firemen quickly ex extinguished
tinguished extinguished the blaze.
Balboa USO-JWB Making Serviceman's
The USO-JWB Armed Forces
Service Center in Balboa, whose
sole purpose is to serve Ameri America's
ca's America's Armed Forces overseas and
back home, is one of the 19 agen agencies
cies agencies of the Canal Zone United
Fund which is doing its part in
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today Is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hyrlrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company;
IliRh 87 84
l,w 74 76
Hih S 5
Low fi7 78
(max. mph) S-ll) RW-17
RAIN (inches) .09 1.31
(Inner harbor) 81 84
Gatun Lake 84.13
Madden Dam 225.26
SUNDAY, SEPT. 27
11:08 a.m 12.0 ft.
11:56 p.m 122 fl
S: 1)4 .m. 5 2 H
"7 p.m 4.5 ft.
h?s goal: but Gibson was not to
i be stopped. Reynolds fumbled in
JC's effort for the extra point
and they held to their six-point
One of the other highlights ol
this quarter was turned in by B il
boa's Joe Garcia. Late in the
quarter, on the College 45, Garcia
received a poor pass from center
and the ball went bouncing crazi
lv to the Bulldog 45. Garcia hur-
rieri back, picked up the wayward
ball and raced back o College's
,15 yard line.
The only other serious threat
to College's third Jamboreo win
came from the Tigers of CHS In
the quarter that immediately
followed JC's scoring against
Balboa. Starting from their own
40 yard line, the Tigers begun to
grind out yardage with some
hard running by Whitaker and a
couple of quick jump passev
from George Cotton to end Tom
The drive earned Cristobal four
first downs and brought them to
the College 15 yard line.
But JC would have no more of
the Cristobal drive and their line,
a powerhouse with Gene Burrh,
Jack Willoughhy. Russ Favorite
and Charlie Laatz, stooped the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers dead, forcing '.hem into a
desperation pass on fourth down
wtih 16 yards still to go.
Athletic Club's best efforts to
break into the scoring column
came in the final quarter, when
iney nan. oeen predicted to tall a a-part
part a-part because of poor conditioning.
Instead of playing according to
pre game predictions they seem seemed
ed seemed to grow stronger.
Jim McKeown's pas to Cicero
brought the Rams from the Tiger
45 to their 24; from there AC'S
I ( ) i a W ri TH
.ICMED I'PON A Junior College scatback is gang tackled
mem last Friday at Mount Hope
the morale building program for
our service personnel stationed on
The program at the USO-.IWB
Service Center, designed to help
meel the needs of military per personnel
sonnel personnel and their tamilies in the
Panama area, is based on a so social
cial social welfare, educational, recrea recreational,
tional, recreational, cultural and religious theme
It is the only organization on the
Isthmus that provides for the Ca Catholic,
tholic, Catholic, Protestant and Jewish f ait lis
in a united program.
A focal point m lht. community
of Hie Canal Zone, the "Home A A-way
way A-way from Home" m ils comfort comfortable
able comfortable surroundings on l,a Boca
Road in Balhoj, has lis doors open
three hundred sixty live davs of
jllie year lor its IT.VIIOII yearly vi vi-i
i vi-i si l or s of Hie military and civilian
jcommuniiies and their families,
j The USO was established in
, February 1941 prior to the en
trance of the United Statei into
World War II, because leaden
of a group of national voluntary
agencies experienced in serving
young men and women in their
home communities as well as in
the Armed Forces recognized
that they could best serve young
people in uniform through one
united and coordinated effort.
II is a federation of voluntary
agencies through which the Ame American
rican American people assisl their fellow
servicemen in then needs through
community lile away from home.
The member agencies of USO
are Young Men's Christian As Associations.
sociations. Associations. Nalionrl Catholic Com
munilv Service. National Jewish
Welfare Hoard, Young Women's
Christian ssot ial ion, Ihe Salva Salva-lion
lion Salva-lion Arnn and the National Tra Traveler
veler Traveler Aid Association.
Through the generosity ol peo people
ple people al home and abroad. I'SO pro-
idrv dnens ol services for mihl
ary personnel and their families
i speedy pair of strong running
'backs. Joe Cicero and Bill Rankin
took turns cutting up the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal defense and moved to the Ti Tiger
ger Tiger 11.
A fifteen yard penally for push pushing,
ing, pushing, moved AC hack to the 27 with
time running out. Two plays later
the game and the Jamboree were
over and Junior College was a a-warded
warded a-warded the trophy as champions
A SOLID WALL An unidentified Balboa High School back runs Into' stiff opposition in Friday's
breakthrough on one knee while Louis rench (36) ct Balboa helps with the tackle.
Stadium. Gene Burch, (8-H College tackle led the charged while
as well as civilian employes and
their families of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Company and Ihe Army, Navy,
Air Force and Marines in the
According to Rabbi Nathan Wit Wit-king,
king, Wit-king, Director ol the USO-JWB
Armed Forces Service Cenler, it
is the only organization in the
Canal Zone prading aid in secur securing
ing securing housing facilities in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama lor families of
servicemen and civilians not eli eligible
gible eligible for Canal Zone housing.
Included in the services is a
community and travel inlorma inlorma-tion
tion inlorma-tion bureau uu hiding sightseeing
tours and picnics with excursions
throughout the Canal Zone anil the
Republic of Panama.
The USO volunleers also assist
in family shopping and meeting
military service, families al Tocu
men Airport with transportation
as they arrive for visits or lo join
their military sponsors.
At the serv ice center, classes in
Spanish conversation are popular
with the military and civilian re residents
sidents residents of the Canal Zone who are
anxious to learn the language
of their foreign neighbors.
The weekly Balea decorating
classes reveal the ancient culture
of Panama to the participating vi
sitors inrougn me necoranve use
of the unsual archaeological de designs.
signs. designs. For those interested in photo photography,
graphy, photography, the club arranges arm armchair
chair armchair film tours and periodical il illustrated
lustrated illustrated talks encouraging travel
to near and faraway places in
the Republic of Panama and to
countries norlh and south of the
Ca inert club?, through coordina coordination
tion coordination with the Diablo Camera Club,
also conduct "wilor slide clinics"
which impart valuable knowledge
lo amateur photographers so that
camera trips not only provide an
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POWER PLAY A Balboa backfield ace goes straight up the middle apainst the Cristobal High School line at Mount Hope Stadium last Friday evening Cris Cristobal's
tobal's Cristobal's Tom Billison, (85; moves in on the play while tackle James Price, (68) and tackle Larry Self, (72) clear the war for their Balboa mate.
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by a host of Balboa Hish tacklers
opportunity to know Panama and
its environs better, but also es established
tablished established a means of collecting
The annual Isthmian Table Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Tournament, introduced quite
a few years ago,, displays fine
spirited competition among the
players at the service center. In
addition to the ping pong tables
are pool tables,- lockers and show showers,
ers, showers, a library and lounge includ including
ing including writing room and equipment
to make voice recordings to send
to friends and relatives in the
Hundreds of calls and mess messages
ages messages are relayed to various
parts of the country yearly for
servicemen over the club's ama amateur
teur amateur radio station, KZ5JW. Oper Operators
ators Operators of the amateur station lo located
cated located in tht rear of tht service
center are licensed military ?nd
i j -VV if- ttr l
NO NUTS: WE CRAVE WATERMELON Squirrels Joe and Cu would much rather dig
into a cooling watermelon when tbe weal her gets hot in Albert Lea, Minn. Found as babies
by 12-year-old Piana Stowell, the a nun a Is have new digs in the basement oi the fiirl's horruL.
during their quarter engage-
Balboa's Larry Self, (72) moves in.
Life Pleasant, Entertaining On Isthmu.
civilian "ham operators".
The station is operated in co cooperation
operation cooperation with the Canal Zone
Amateur Radio Association and
is equipped with phone-patch e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment enabling servicemen
make direct contact with their
families and friend wherever
Bridge classes, variety nights
which feature talent Irom the the
Canal Zone and Panamanian com communities,
munities, communities, orchestra dances includ including
ing including native folklore dance classes,
and Sunday evening socials, high highlighted
lighted highlighted with game nights and
dance contests, add to the recrea recreational
tional recreational luncliflfvs of the USO ser service
vice service cenler.
In addition to the current pro program
gram program of activities,' Ihe club is e e-lurppeil
lurppeil e-lurppeil wilh a music room with
a phonograph lo ol.iv all speed re
cords and a full library of jazz.
Football Jamboree against Cristobal High. Cristobal end Tom
SPIRIT LEADERS Otherwise
coeds from Cristobal High School. They are Molly Engelke, Shiiiy
Lesley merger, Mary wen Lee,
and classical recordings.
Arranged in cooperation with
the Canal Zone Ar. .. a;.
JWB art gallery houses tri-weckly
art exhibits featuring the works
of local and North American and
Latin American artists. Religious
services are also held at the USO
club followed by social and coffee
hours. Included in the service cen cenler
ler cenler is a soda fountain and check
A few of the personal render rendered
ed rendered by the USO-JWB club are per personnel
sonnel personnel counseling, casework and
assistance in securing employment
for service wives. All facilities,
as well as aetivilies and classes,
are free of charge t.r the parti participants
cipants participants except the nominal lees
charged for the snack bar refresh
menls unless they re donated.
Many social and cult lira I orga organizations
nizations organizations frequently Hold I heir
known to football fans as cheerleaders are these pretty young
ana Anay nasn.
meetings and activities at the
ISO service center in which the
servicemen and their families
are always invited to participate.
Some of these organizations are
the Special Education Association
for parents of handicapped child children,
ren, children, the Armed Armed Forces
Writers' League, the Canal Zone
Amateur Radio Association, the
Panama Canal Natural History
Society, the Panama Canal Ar Archaeological
chaeological Archaeological Society, the Canal
Zone Art League, the Canal Zone
College Club, the Canat Zone or orchid
chid orchid Society, the Canal Zone Nu Numismatic
mismatic Numismatic Society, the VFW Teen Teeners
ers Teeners Baseball League, the' Balboa
Woman's Club and the Society for
Ihe Prevention of Cruelly to Ani Animals.
mals. Animals. In serving the young men and
women of the Armed Forces last
year, 37,701,837 visits were paid
to USO clubs, lounges, shows and
other services in the 245 loca locations
tions locations within the United state
and 22 places overseas. To makt
their visits as comfortable and
home-like as possible, an average
of 44,504 volunteers tach month
donated a total of nearly AVi
million hours of strvict during
Through the efforts of these vo volunleers.
lunleers. volunleers. and 'with facilities pro
vided by the financial support
of all Americans, USO was able
to provide United States service
people with USO shows playing
2,545 shows to a GI audience of
l.H81,3:t6 as only one Of the many
USO services and facilities that
were used bv military personnel
throughout the year.
Today, two and, one-half million
young men and women are serv serving
ing serving the U".(,A. in military servire.
Almost halK, of them are under
the age of 25, and many of them
are away from home for the first
tima in their lives. Young men
Billison, (85) await a jrossiblt
Bonneau, Sharon McElhone,
and women are leaving coin inn
nities lor military duty who havi
never before seen a USO sign or
On tht military post thty
are under trairuwl nnil.
disciplint but they naturally seek f
off-post relaxation and k
tion. When thev wins u
sweat afttr thtir military dutits, f
i m.o citan uniforms and at)
mto town, tht htart ef tht com.
munity must be Dtn n th.n.
Theft must bt a weleom tic I
othtr than tht ntartst bar or
Javern where troublt .may bt
brewing for them.
For the com munilv onH tnr uhX-
moral fibre of the nation, thif.
USO needs llllrWclanfllnH
heartfelt support through the Uf
mhcu ruou campaign in providf
mg the nation's fighting forcesjl
ing the nation's fighting forces Jd
"Home Away from Home". p
ui ims year s united Fund Drive?
4.000 of tho i??nnn gi ...m
contributed to the United Srvica?'
Officials of tha IlniloH Ftitut .i-aU
urging, however, that people avoid
designating specific amounts U
any particular agency of the Fund
When each giver makes his eirttr I
contribution to the United Func -undesignated,
it is then posslbli
for funds to be distrlhiftoii tn pV r
agency according tv its needs
n me over-ait total goal Of $122,
000 is reached, every agency wit
get ils full share.
Unilesionaled aiflv msnno loaJh
total funds required for the UnitedB
runn, according to Campaign
Chairman Philip L. Steers, Jrlf
because u some agencies gei gei-more
more gei-more designated funds than tbeiu
hlidpt Otde it tnlrAtt mnra unlln
lections to meet the goals of ottitajs