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SEP 6 195I
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"I lAe people know the truth and the country is Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 5, 1958
Cono Pumps $22,750,000
6 i9P Economy In One Year
The economy of the Republic of Panama received direct benefits from the Canal
organization during th past fiscal year oi at hm $22,750,000, according to the
current ssue of the Panama Canal Review.
I This sum includes the payrolls of th e locality-rate employes; purchases made
In Panama by the Company-Government and contracts for work performed in the
Canal Zone for the Panama Canal Compap y and the Caria? ?one Government.
It excfudes the $1,930,000 annuity paid to the Republic of Panama by the Unit United
ed United States, the payrolls of the employes paid at United States rates, or private ex ex-tendtipro
tendtipro ex-tendtipro made by employes in the Re public for hundred of items from auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles to oranges.
It also excludes purchases made by other U. Government agencies in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, contractors, or individuals.
The largest item in this $22,750,00 W, as the payroll for the employes who were
paid at locality rates. During the fiscal year which ended June 30 this payroll total totaled
ed totaled $17,11,759. Of these 9,584 employes, the majority live in the Republic of Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. Their take-home pay, therefore, goes directly into the Republic to pay for
shelter, food, clothing, and many other items of dSijly living.
Next largest category in money flowing from the Canal Zone into Panama was
in contracts awarded during the past fiscal year.
the annual report of the Con Contract
tract Contract and Inspection Division for
the fiscal year of 1958 showed
that 88 constrnction and main maintenance
tenance maintenance contracts were awarded
during the past year, with a to total
tal total value of $4,107,000.
ifhese represented more than
three times the $1,290,000 value
of those awarded during1 the
previous fiscal year,
In addition to these contracts,
worn was comweuea aunug
tret. earned over frnrti the'nre
l' 3ng: fiscal var. This work a a-mounted
mounted a-mounted to $1,436,000. The con contact
tact contact figures do not include any
vork performed on the Power
During the past fiscal year,
contracts and their values in
dollars were listed by the Con Contract
tract Contract and Inspection Division
as follows: 45 painting con contracts,
tracts, contracts, $342,000; 48 construction
and maintenance contracts,
$3,445,000; six electrical con
tracts, $250,000; ana four
plumhinc contracts, $70,000.
In the same period Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian employes working on
these contracts earned a total
, of $715,248,
While no Itemized list was
made of the value of the mate materials
rials materials manufactured or produced
in Panama which are used reg regularly
ularly regularly In Canal Zone construc
tion projects, mis steadily-growing
list lncludes-the following:
Portland cement, coarse and
fine aggregate, concrete block,
terra gotta tile, lumber and
other woods, plywood, paint,
precast concrete louvres, ce cement
ment cement floor tile, terraio floor
tile, terra cotta ornamental
units, precast stone (masonry),
brick, precast concrete laundry-trays,
and concrete pipe.
In addition, the following con construction
struction construction materials are -assembled
in Panama and are usually
purchased In the Republic by
the Canal organization: alumi aluminum
num aluminum windows, mlllwork in gen gen-sral
sral gen-sral (wood doors, door frames,
;abinets, louvres, trim), sheet -metal
in general (ducts, gravel
stops, gutters, downspouts), a a-umlnum
umlnum a-umlnum framed class doors, a a-mminum
mminum a-mminum front sash, Alumalife
roofing, stainless steel cabinets
ind tables, iron grtllwork, and
miscellaneous Items in quantities
that do not require States orders.
The ether of the three big
categories which made up the
$22,750,000 expenditure was the
$1,462,000 spent during the past
fiscal year in the direct pur purchase
chase purchase of consumer goods from
the Republic of Panama.
as typewriter and machine re repairs
pairs repairs and servicing.
Inasmuch as fiscal year 1958
was the first full year in which
the effects of the curtailment
of sales In retail stores and
service centers were felt, this
$1,462,000 spent for purchases
of consumer goods was $968, $968,-000
000 $968,-000 less than during the pre previous
vious previous fiscal year.
In accordance with nrnvisions
Of the 1055 Treaty, non-J.S. citi-
jficn employes or tne canal or
ganization residtne In the Re
houeJie have net
if ..: 4-.; if TTiIfV BBS' f 7
to Blake tmrcha'Ses In the f!a
Zone s retail stores since Dec. 31
At that time, official esti estimates
mates estimates indicated that commis commissaryretail
saryretail commissaryretail store sales would
be cut by approximately $12
million yearly, which would of
course accrue to Panamanian
Durinir the first si months
aner me restriction on purcnas purcnas-es
es purcnas-es became effective,"Xanal Zone
nurc.ha.ses in Panama were an-
proximately 4650,000 less than in
tne corresponding period oi tne
preceding fiscal year.
If this rate had continued, the
difference for an entire year's
period would have been $1,300, $1,300,-000.
000. $1,300,-000. The drop in purchases of con consumer
sumer consumer goods, however, has not
been proportionate to the decline
in cnmmissarv nr retail stores.
sales due to the sales promotion
given by the Supply Division to
Panamanian products, the in
creased number of items avail
able, and a gradually Increasing
voiume or purcnases oi some
Purchases of several of Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's stanle 'items have not. de
creased proportionately to the
arop m retau outlet sales.
Meat, fop instance, shows
a decrease of slightly less than
$10,000 in the past year. Dur During
ing During fiscal year 1957, the Canal
organization spent a total of
$ 486,308 in the Republic for
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BALLET nANflNfl is hflrrflu in m 11na .ou ,r,
publicity, the Governor though! that would be going just a lit too !ar V ln th interests ot
Over and above this amount.
;he Canal ortranlzatinn snent.
H03.000 for services such work
Cotton Now Acting
t Balboa Office
A. T. Cotton, Postmaster, Bal Bal-Jo,fWill
Jo,fWill Bal-Jo,fWill act as Director of Posts
luring the absence of E. F. Un Un-run,
run, Un-run, Director of nnt.s it tiro
innounced from Balboa Heights.
lni-'th will be on leave in the
Jniied States until the middle of
Set For Tonight
Andrew E. Ruddock, chief of
retirement division, bureau of De Departmental
partmental Departmental operations, of the Ci Civil
vil Civil Service Commission will enu enumerate
merate enumerate the benefits of the Civil
Service retirement Act at an open
nutiut in ha hold at flip ftlH
Tivoli commissary building in An-
con, tonight at 7: 30.
All non-U. S. citizen employes of
tha PanTna Canal nriranizdtion
are urged to attend .the meeting
wnicn is sponsored jointly Dy tne
Cnnffrpss nif T.itin Ametriran Civic
Councils, Local 900 of the AFS-
pany-Canal Zone government.
nuaancK win expiam tne retire retirement
ment retirement act, give the history of it,
MfclmeratA the bene "its of the act
as a whole and point out the spe specific
cific specific benefits as they appiy local locally,
ly, locally, f
This meeting will be the largest
and most important of a series
designed to explain the retirement
act to those who begin receiving
its benefits next month.
Two smaller meetings already
have been held between enmnanv-
government personnel officials and
n ri i i
non-u. o. ciuzen employes ana two
more are "planned in the near fu future
ture future for Gamboa and Ancon.
H last vixited the lathmm in
Mnvemher nf last vear whnn h
'acted as adviser to the House of
Representatives Committee on
Post 0 fice and Civil Service. Mr.
RnHrinrlr hac a Mavler nf T.aura
dnffre from tha National Univer
sity n Washington, D. C. and is
a memoer m tne nar, uistric
C-.inrt nf the Uni'ed States Blslriet
f Columbia. He plans tt return
to Washington next Wednesday
On the other hand ratdSumm
have Increased for some items,
despite the reduction in retail
One of the greatest, nf these fii
iresn oggs. During the past fis fiscal
cal fiscal year, the Canal nrhLiihaaBh
Purchased in Panama MoT
1 150,998 dozen fresh eggs, with a
totai vaiue or ?8,616. This com compares
pares compares With fiR 971 uunt
during the previous fiscal year
ami is approximately 13 times
the $7,405 for egg purchases dur during
ing during fiscal year 1954.
To the benefit of the suppliers
as well as of the Supply Division
purchases in Panama, for consumer-goods,
are stabilizing, as
shown by the tahie haim t ni
be noted that unlike the pre
vious year, figures vary little
from quarter to quarter:
First quarter $690,000 $377 000
rid quarter 788,000 357 000
Third quarter 405,000 391,000
Fourth quarter 507,000 337,000
Restriction of. purchasing
privileges effective at end of this
quarter in 1957 i
There were nn aeeidents at Pp-
dro Mi duel Lodes tndav. Nn shit
rammed the lock walls, no ships
couiuea and no linesmen fell in
All of which is really rather
commendable. Because Pedro Mi-
CUCl locks were almnd token
ver this morning by a bunch of
Deauiuui oauennas ln ughts and
fiips fiiit LocitmenTape
The last session of Conaress inrreruoH Cjuuil 'rJmS
wa9e$ temfere than $4,000,000 onnuallv iMm
annnnnrpW tninu fU
enacted dur.ng the session and affecting the Armed
, ... v,i.ui .one win amount to an annual in.
crease of approximately $1,303,000 in the payrolls for
military and civilian personnel of the Army, Navy and Air
The annual annrnyimnfo rn.t t iL. : -
follows' -rr- vi ine increases IS OS
tjmUfed civilian employes of the three
services j 644 000
Military personnel of the three services 659000
Earlier this week the PnnnmA fT-i r
nounced that the session had legislated $1,988,700 in pay
raises for employes on Company-Govefrunent payrolls
The Quarry Heiahhf nnH Rnlhon M.;.k, if At
exclude any pay hikes comma Ar tL :--u w
BBUJ L. a.1 fWk..'?.'.'. i,M'Irimw
ocksmen goggled at the unu unusual
sual unusual sight of S prima ballerina
Dirouettinz with Rnvernnr Poller
on the lock wall. Seamen made
low woif whistles at the specta spectacle
cle spectacle of a chorus of girls stretch stretch-ine
ine stretch-ine their Graceful limhx onto the
lock gate rail.
ihe show was given by mem members
bers members of the San Francisco Rallet
troupe who are visiting Panama
during their Latin American tour.
wv. wiiiiam is. Fotter showed
members of the company over
the locks. SO half a doen nt rke
girls reciprocated by turning up
m meir oauet cosiumes.
It is nothine new to them h
ever, to dance and pose in unu-
sual places. On their tour, which will also give performance, the.
has encomDassed n no count, 've,PK""rmances titer
r C rw v. mvit hiki iTllli ,i
has encompassed nine countries
"i, urejf nave aancea on tne
vjuaiui in rtuauui, me sugar
Loaf Mountain In Argentina and
even m tne nake Pit in Sao Pau Paulo,
lo, Paulo, Brazil.
After their rather strenuous
mornine ravnWinu over the inei.-c
the girls are taking it easy for
the rest of the day in readiness
for first performance tomorrow
night at thP Rio Theater. Thev
Sunday and Monday.
Tonigijt at 5:45 two members
of the company will be featured
on an interview program on CFN
To Non-US Citizens
Suspect Must FacelMeefillfl Tnninhf
nai tor i nert
Of Car Parts
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Thus' fSL? f pay hikes 'eg's'afe'd for employes
at least $4,291,700 bv fnr th MM. :-7lTr!
-7 i i ""svj' nanaea
Zonians by any single session of Congre$$.
The classified employes, nay raise
in the Armed forces, was a
straight 10 percent increase, effec effective
tive effective Irom January, while the mili military
tary military pay raise which became ef-
m m -M
In a case that enme hefmtn
Judge Loren B. Hollsinger toriay
in Balboa Magistrates Court, Ma Mariano
riano Mariano Diaz, 24, Panamanian, was
charged with petit larceny.
It is alleped tht
the defendant took a tire, tube.'
Wheel and iarlr handle
$27.50 from Carl E. Seyersdahl.
inis onense took nlace foHow.
jng ar previous enviction of a
Diaz was boijhd over the Dis
trict Coprt for trial and placed
A meeting Is to be held tonight
at 7:15 at the Diablo Club house
in which men with Panamanian
Wives or nnn-reMon r, no
citizen alien wives of any other
nationality will get together to
uiscuss action to be taken on a
dispute with the Treasury De Department.
partment. Department. The husbands claim thev
only pay income tax on half of
their salarv because the other
half belongs to their wives since
the Canal Zone is a community
This applies "to servicemen or
employes of any government a-
gency in me canal zone.
On Meeting School
A dhange in procedure for driv drivers
ers drivers When meeting .school buses
on military reservations was an announced
nounced announced yesterday by Headquar Headquarters,
ters, Headquarters, U.S. Army Caribbean.
Operators must stop their cars
before reaching a bus when it is
receiving or discharging school
children and wait until the vehi vehicle
cle vehicle has resumed motion or the
driver signals, motorists to pro proceed.
ceed. proceed. Vehicles drivine on a hiehw.iv
with separate roadwavs need not
stop on meeting or passing a
school bus which is on a differ different
ent different roadway.
This chanee In regulation wac
made to provide greater safety
for children, since there are nc
guards on school buses this year
feetive July l, averaged approrf.
mately seven percent with person,
nel within each grade receivnjf
different percentage of mereasl
The figure for mil;.
also only covers the increase for
o'eaaiiwtl0n ? the Pv disbursed
ocally from finance offices in M
Canal Zone and does not represent
armeHntire ?yT0Vs W three three-armed
armed three-armed services here since many
nersons have allotments Sjfi.
directly from finance centers in
the United States.
ARABESQUE on a Pedro MIcrneT Tv nvt. i
V ,-- -H-- 4uuic IS UCI1UIIIHU Willi
relish bv Eueenia Van Horn "mm t isb .. i j
lwnS?PJi? t" f0r hiP he yelled above the hooting of
neS down SWU V k bftUet dancer from to
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Coming before Judge Loren
Hollsinser in Balboa Magistrate
rZXoy was Robert ill
toillot, 20, a member of the JS
He was charged with drivins a
vehicle under unsafe operating
conditions, that U th. n 3t s-
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the automobile were badly wor&
The defendent rAaAA
and a $5 fine was assessed.
Myriam Crui; Secrarra o
namanian. was rharoeH with n..n
. ff. "it,, (71111-
jing out of a parking space at Rnd
i man and into traffic witk,nt
ing. bhe pleaded guilty and was
Three charges were brought tm ;
against Eduardo Alvarez, 23. Pa Pa-namanian,
namanian, Pa-namanian, drivine without a. lim
cense. No inxnection KeV ,.j
. r .. ..... u t m ...
improper use of evidence of rcg-
...., ,,M,,.,, lo ine yenjcie
he was driving.
Ho entered nleao if m.ili.. tJn)
all three Charges. Fines of $i
and $5 Wfcre nlaeeri nn tk. UMa
cense and improper use of r- s-
isiration evidence, but the $5 fine
uii i ne in in violation u.o o.,
, ? Mmi;Lr'Wini
Fast Turn Around
After arrivinfi in port followin
a iournev delaverl hv ton h.rr
- ....... ,,j v.... uuniv
canes, the ss rriint.i
fast .urn-around and again set
sail for New York at 1 p.m. yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, i
It Was announced that t ....
I t -- ii, r ir-
ored turnaround was mrf a,.
to the small amount of cargot I
Seventy-seven autnmnhiie ..:
i i. r T v v.h.uik ciscr iir mavne nn isn't a memKo. -u... ; i j t, . .-
fL" ie" this picture are: the shv. one fli t. W.r W.' 'VkkI'1" "'f" longed to passe
iyu, rauia rracy. JSugenla Van Horn and Gem smehir 1 IfJ". ".u"M trt rV
to W2 ifg JSmpSS porous on the leftV The one who is too shy
at .u. From left iTZVL ei' 91! isn't member of the chorus
TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1958
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This newspaper assumes no responsibility rot itatements at opinions
pressed ia Isttart tram readers.
THE MAIL SOX
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
The Labor Day Has passed and left the trail of blood be behind
hind behind none in aan Antonio or Bexar County
visited an om mtno, a ncn rancn Hss byKes, wno
visitea us on tne Zone ana started a conmouon wnen asked
iiow die was taeir ranch, one answered mat the home place
a htUe more Uian 2800 acres, but she diOn t know now
Such was in the piece witn the on min and 26u Mexican i fam famines.
ines. famines. She entertained us with a fisn dinner and an extra bot bottle
tle bottle for me. Then we drove all over town and i couldn t see a
thin&lad to get back home and put on my headgear and listen
: ThebweaSere'i a little cooler at night, but the same old
h6a A?fodiaythrworld--it looks bad, held down by the United
Nations. It looks like a fight, and it will be bad. Let s never
give up hope. Wrlfht
' A CRY FROM COCO SOLO
Every time I read the Mail Box someone Is complaining
about something. Some with cause, some without. The letter
writers should live at the Naval Station Coco Solo, If they
really want something to complain about. vi
. Slowly but surely every privilege we have had is being
taken away. It started last year with the closing of the com commissary.
missary. commissary. After that there was no stopping them. In rapid suc succession
cession succession came the closing of the exchange, the movie and the
clubs. Last but most important the chapel was stripped and
closed. We were ordered to vacate clean and spacious Quar Quarters,
ters, Quarters, and move into places that were neglected bv vacancy of
other tenants. Some were and still are ridden with mice and
People living in Pacific-side facilities don't know how lucky
they are. Last month they started replacing our gas ranges
with electric ones, taken out of she Rodman quarters. It seems
that whatever new is put into these quarters has been salvaged
Now we have been Informed that due to the cost of main maintenance
tenance maintenance It may be necessary in the near future to remove all
washing machines from quarters areas. Those of us who know
how to take care of these machines must be made to suffer for
th careless ones.
Rather than remove the washers, why not lust remove all
of "us? Coco Solo is a disgrace to the Navy, and they take our
entire quarters allowance for the honor of living there. May May-M
M May-M the Bureau in Washington will somedav remember there
are a few of us left here and make life a little better. Or bet better
ter better still, send out some wonderful orders.
Colo Solo Orphan.
I understand from good sources that the Mail Box cam campaign
paign campaign being carried out by Philip Malcolm towards the forma formation
tion formation of labor union of Canal Zone employes, to operate in Pan Panama
ama Panama without any International affiliations. Is only another plot
being hatched by some Panama politicians with purely selfish
According to my Informants, Malcolm is only a pawn in
the game which, has as its ultimate aim the controlling of the
vote of the Panamanian who works for the U.S. agencies on
the Canal Zone. Malcolm's chief adviser, the intermediary be between
tween between the monied politicians and the little Santa Cruz group
led by Malcolm, is described as an individual who had much to
do with the breaking up of Local 713 and who is still smarting
over being nosed out by Sinclair in his bid to be the GCEOC's
international representative on the Isthmus.
Even' if these facts were not brought out, I feel certain that
few Local Raters will allow themselves to be duped by Malcolm
and his outfit into once again being the tools of Panama poli politicians
ticians politicians who only start showing some interest in Local Raters
and their problems when election time approaches.
LIKES LATIN LASSES
T wonder whv it is that Latin cirls are so much more at
tractive than American girls. I was thinking this the other day
as I was idly watching the girls go by as I was riding the back
seat of a chiva from Panama City to Balboa. All the way down
Central Avenue my eye was pleased by high-stepping graceful
forms, smart clothes that fitted, bright but tasteful colors.
Then we rumbled into Balboa and Oh, the sights to be seen.
Teenagers in jeans that looked as though they had been paint painted
ed painted on, which together with their floppy shoes, made their
mincing, wiggling walk highly ludicrous. Than there was the
fuller from, clad scantily In revealing and ridiculous shorts of
all lengths from the knee up, which we heard so much about
in this column recently.
Now I am rather puzzled. I do not know whether Latin
girls really do have the more attractive faces and figures or
whether it is that they know so much better how tc embellish
what they started with.
I think Latin girls are the more beautiful in the first place.
Probably that's why Canal Zone girls do not enter for the
beauty contest they hold at the Panama Hilton for Miss Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. And who was it won the Miss Universe contest in California
that the Panama contestant went to? A Latin girl of course.
American women, too. are a little too brassy and brash
and loud and Immodest, and insnv of them seem to have forgot forgotten
ten forgotten that their secret for being attractive Is to be feminine.
CAN FILL YOUR NEEDS!
i to s s so
WASHINGTON (NEA) College
student loan plans kicked around
Congress raise questions not even
a PHD can answer.
The Senate's original aid -to edu
cation bill proposed $500 annual
scholarships for promising high
school grads, plus another 3500 out outright
right outright grant for needy students. On
top of this $1,000 annual loans
would be made available
The House killed the scholarships
but left in the loan provisions. The
reason was to save government
The Senate then modified the
program by cutting scholarship
grams to 250 a year and loans
to $750 a year.
This wohld pay about half the
costs of a college education, fur
U. S. office of Education estun estun-atts
atts estun-atts that on the average, it costs
$1,000 a year to go to a state.
tax-supported wstituion, w,ow a
year in a private school. Hah ox
this is tor education, nau ior Doara
BUT ASSUMING that something
like the Senate's revised plan
Comes out of conference with the
House and is signed by the Presi President.
dent. President. It would mean that any stu student
dent student completing iour years of col college
lege college would find himself with a di diplomaand
plomaand diplomaand $3,000 in debt. Ques Question:
tion: Question: Is that good?
No repayment would be requir required
ed required the first year after graduation.
Alter that, the student would have
ten years in which to pay off his
loan, at four per cent.
One trick provision being consi considered
dered considered is to cancel the loan for gra graduates
duates graduates who go into teaching for
Otherwise unless the graduate
is a science or math whiz who
can fall into a $10,000-a-year re research
search research job he's in a box. For the
average college grad does well -f
he can get $4,000 to $5,000 a year
the first few years.
If he wants to keep a car and
get married and most of them io
right after graduation if not be beforeit
foreit beforeit takes all he and his wife
can make to break even.
If he goes on to graduate school
for law, medicine or a PHD. n
science or education, he still has
three to five years of university
expense ahead o." him.
THE ARGUMENT in favor of
going into debt for a higher edu education
cation education is that it is worth $250,009
to a man, over his lifetime. So
why not consider college cost like
an investment, the same as going
into debt to buy a home or start
a new business?
There aren't any very good case
statistics on student loan funds
now available at most colleges,
and how they work.
In a report to National Science
Foundation, Charles C. Cole Jr.
estimated that 35 million dollars
were available for scholarships in
1955. Half of these outright grants
were said to he concentrated in
50 larger institutions. Another 50
million dollars were reported a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable in private student loan
funds, not fuMy used.
Massachusetts has had a state
college loan fund in successful
operation for some years. But the
average age of students applying
for loans is 24 years. So this mo money
ney money is being used more by gra
duate students, not college fresh freshmen.
men. freshmen. "WHEN LOANS are used," says
the Cole report, "they can shackle
a youth of 18 with a financial obli obligation
gation obligation which, in the case of those
studying for professional careers,
cannot possibly by paid off for ma many
ny many years."
For women college students,
loans would in most cases be com completely
pletely completely out of the question. Most
women go to college to get better
hiiibands. That may not be the
primary objective, but it's the end
Few college women raise their
evnings high enough to pav off
substantial debts. And a sociloglcal
question has been raised on how
attractive a coed will find husband
material, if he starts out $3,000
or more in debt. Viewed in that
liarht. student loans might be ro romance
mance romance killers.
One other curious aspect of stu stu-ent
ent stu-ent loans is that in some cases,
the low interest money was used
to ""ince the purohe of an auto automobilenow
mobilenow automobilenow considered a neces necessity
sity necessity even by college students.
ATOM VICTIM DIES
HIROSHIMA, Japan (UPI)
Haruo Takamagan, 49, unem
ployed, died yesterday of a liver
ailment that doctors said Was
caused bv the atom bomb
dropped 13 years ago. He wit the
19th victim this year.
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I know that Sew York is one
of the dirtiest cities in the world,
judging from the maculate state
ot my fingernails, and what
seems to be a thriving corn patch
in my hair. But, man, it's awful
hard to collect a mess of dirt to
put in a pot to place a plant in.
Friend of mine just got hack
from (Bermuda with an exotic
plant of some nature. He intended
to settle the plant in a pot, for
the greater glory of togetherness.
Problem: where to get dirt to put
in pot, place plant in?
He tackled a couple of parks,
which seemed to be full or rock3,
cops, and Teenage delinquents. No
dirt from the park. (Note to ma mayor:
yor: mayor: Too few parks in New York,
too little dirt, too many rocks,
too many cops, too many mug muggers
gers muggers in parks.)
So our man, Rafe Rackstraw,
set out on a homeric effort. He
wanted to buy some dirt. This is
typical of the city. All the dirt is
fluid, in the air and under your
fingernails, but when you really
want to get your fingers in the
soil you have to go looking.
He eventually, by dint of per persistence,
sistence, persistence, found a 2H-pound bag
of dirt. Not just ordinary dirt.-It
was' sold to Mr. Rackstraw in a
plastic container, at 25 cents the
bag. The soil had been sterilised
and also inspected by the United
States Government. So that's
where our budget leaks, eh? Dirt
I do not know what the insoe; insoe;-tors
tors insoe;-tors were seeking in this clerm
dirt, except a possibly concupi concupiscence
scence concupiscence for the home growth rf
marijuana, but this here now dirt
came to Mr. Rackstraw as clean
as dirt can be. and very oossib'v
nacVed with all sort of ood;es
in the way of vitamins. The co
lor, Rafe reports, remains static.
V a ort of dirt-colored dirt.
This vitamin-enrichpH dirt enmpc
fr0m nlare ciod Swiss Farms,
in Philmont, N.Y.. and I have a
Prices are for 6 pc. place settlnr Canal Zone Delivery
Season after season, year after year.
Reed & Barton sterling is the choice of brides who want
the very finest solid silver for their homei
Show Comes to You
Raising The Dirt
By BOB RUARK
mental picture of Mrs. Swiss.
He will be living it up on tne Ri Riviera,
viera, Riviera, in his hired Rolls Koyce,
and some impoverished count or
baron will say: "What is your
business, Mr. Swissp" hoping for
Mr. Swiss has got to say: "I
am a gentleman farmer." And
AIR SERVICE RESUMED
PARIS (UPI)-The state-operated
Air France Airways has re resumed
sumed resumed service to Cairo for t'ie
first time since the 1956 Anglo Anglo-p""ich
p""ich Anglo-p""ich invasion of the Suez Canal
Pnrtnffal is the closest coun
try on the European continent
to the United States. With an
area of about 35,358 square
niles, Portugal is only one one-fifth
fifth one-fifth the size of Spain, its only
neighbor on the Iberian Penin Peninsula.
sula. Peninsula. There are almost no nat natural
ural natural barriers between Portu Portugal
gal Portugal and Spain. The boundaries
were agreed upon more than
700 years ago and have not
changed appreciably since.
If! Encyclopedia Brltannjca
WW ym Ka
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the count or baron says: "What
do you raise?" And Mr. Swus
This would be enough to clear
Perhaps the whole clue tp the
troubled world is that there is
really not enough dirt to 20 a-
'I Maybe that's what makes New
Yorkers and hast Indians and
the Red Chinese so unhappy.
Maybe that's what's wrong in
Morocco and the Middle East,
because, after all, sand is not
dirt any more than money is hay.
I am reminded that recently m
a hutch own, several hundred
cartloads of dirt were required
before Mama could start to expe experiment
riment experiment with all the oetunias that
invariably die, due to the wrong
kind of dirt.
It seems to me that dirt has
occupied a recessive, role until
lajely, when thejtMtaidt sterijizing
it,; inspecting it, Bind easdling) it
in plastic bags. W
you heard thing like dirt
cheap, dirty iokes, 1 wouldn't dir
ty my hands, and the like. Nobo Nobody
dy Nobody ever said that dirt is kind of
a back platinum, and, a lot of
peonle, everywhere, have Wed and
died to dominate dirt. "Black
gold." they called oil. Thev o'i?ht
to rig up a new name for that
stuff that made Mama scold von
when you had too much of. it in
When I was a kid down South
a "d'rt farmer" was sort of i'corn
ed. But I think in the mw aris
tocracy of land a dirt farmer
should range ahead of the horse
breeders and orchid producers. I
have been considering entering
the business myself, be cpuse
drought and flood don't affect
yon, but there has been a snag
I can't find enough space to
raise dirt on, and. believe me, at
these nrices dirt in massive quan quantity
tity quantity is not dirt cheap.
WASHINGTON The Red Ch'
nese have the United Sta.es in
had hind regarding the offshor
islands opposite Formosa, and A
mencan military leaders, to pu
it mildly, aren't happy about iu
We can't retreat without has a.
face, sad .ace it all important It
the Orient But if we stav on the
islands, Chiang Kai-shek's troops
get pounded to pieces by artille
ry, air bombardment and, in any
showdown, probably by atomic
For it is now pretty well estab established
lished established that the Ked Cnincse are
getting atomic weapons and mis missiles
siles missiles from Moscow.
Intelligence agents have spotted
some of the Soviet atomic experts
arriving in China, and it is believ believed
ed believed rocket installations are being
placed along the Fukien Coast op opposite
posite opposite the offshore islands in ord order
er order to counter American rocket ins installations
tallations installations on Formosa.
This is part of the drive, obvious
ly arranged during the recent Mao
Tse-tung Khrushchev conference,
to give Red China a greater and
bolder part to play in the Commu Communist
nist Communist alliance.
Another chapter in this new bo'd
part is reported to be the launch launching
ing launching of a Chinese satellite. Though
the satellite will be Russian Russian-made,
made, Russian-made, it will be ballyhooed as Chi Chinese
nese Chinese and will give Red China great
world prestige, ranking her next
to Russia and the U.S., even a a-head
head a-head of Britain and France, in
launching a satellite.
The tough Chinese bombardment
of -the .offshore islandshas caused
private grousing among some of
our military leaders who believe
that either John Foster Dulles
should have brought about a grace
'ul American Nationalist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese relreat from the islands
v.hile there was calm in the Or
iem, or that we should prepare to
make an all-out operation in the
As it is, we can neithet with withdraw
draw withdraw under fire, nor can we re retaliate
taliate retaliate appropriately without the
risk of all-out war.
Note Now that Senator Wil William
liam William Knowland of California,
sometimes called the "Senator
from Formosa," has retired from
his position of influence on for foreign
eign foreign policy, some foreign policy
advisers believe that the time has
come to recognize Red China.
However, we cannot do it under
the compulsion of Chinese artil artillery.
lery. artillery. MERRY-GO-ROUND
,'rom "My Fair Lady" which pert pert-tins
tins pert-tins to his opponent in the Senate
race, Sen. Fred Payne. Instead of
"The Rain in Spain lies mainly in
the plain," as in "My Fair Lady,"
Muskie says, ''The Payne of
Maine is plainly on the wane."...
The phrase "ballistic blackmail"!
which Eisenhower used in his U U-nlted
nlted U-nlted Nations speech was first
given the American public by Sen.
"Scoop" Jackson of Washington in
a speech Feb, 1, 1959, appearing
in the Congressional Record for
that date on page 1516. Jackson,
who' has been pioneering for bet better
ter better ballistic weaoons. say s n.j's
glad the President h as finally
caught on. (Ike's speech was
largely written by C. D. Jackson,
vice president of Time, Inc.)
Several days before Congress
adjourned, President Eisenhower
summoned a bipartisan group of
Congressional leaders to the White
House on "urgent business." For Foreign
eign Foreign aid topped the agenda, but
Ike seemed particularly interested
in a $22,300,000 supplemental ap ap-propria'ion
propria'ion ap-propria'ion for the U.S. Informa Information
tion Information Agency, our chief propagan propaganda
da propaganda arm.
"This additional money is ex extremely
tremely extremely vital to our Middle East
relations," the President empha emphasized.
sized. emphasized. "I sincerely hope Congress
will approve the full amount. If
we have ever needed the Voice of
Aged Author Of
Gospel Songs Dies
In Medical Center
.WARSAW, Ind., Sept 5 (UP!)
B. D. Ackley, 85, author and
composer of more than 3,500 gos gospel
pel gospel songs, died last night at Mer Mercy
cy Mercy Hospital Medical Center here.
He had been in failing health
tor some time.
Ackley spent many years trav traveling
eling traveling with evangelist Billy Sun Sunday
day Sunday and musical evangelist Hom Homer
er Homer Rhodeheaver as a pianist.
He lived at Winona Lake, Ind.,
where many of his songs were
published by the Rhodeheaver
Music Publishing Co.
Among his better known songs
were "Sunrise" and "If Your
Heart Keeps Right."
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New day the House tl Repre Repre-sntatives
sntatives Repre-sntatives slashed Ike's $2.300,000
iquast '0 $10,000,000. (The Senate
reviously had approved $15,000, $15,000,-0C.)
0C.) $15,000,-0C.) BIO CITY IRE
f rt--.- .r-vaT
Most big city Democrats left
Washington roaring mad over the
defeat of the housing bill and oth other
er other liberal measures by the GOP-
uixiecrat coalition, after the farm
'I was enacted With big cityiup-
"It's the old story," was their
complaint. "The farmer gets what
he wan's. with our hrln hut ail
we get in return for our city con
stituents is a Kick in the teeth."
One Democrat, Rep. William
Green of Philadelphia, put it up
to Speaker Sam Rayburn in a priv private
ate private huddle while the farm bill
was being debated.
"Mr. Speaker, I realize this bill
is pretty important to the farmer,
and a lot of us will support it, bu
we would like some assurance that
the House also will vote on the
housing bilj and the Kennedy-Ives
"I'm doing all I can," retorted
Rayburn, "but I can't perform
miracles when the Housing bill is
held up in committee until this
late in the, session."
Rayburn referred to the House
Banking and Currency committee,
which delayed on the housing bill
and later was roadblocked by
Democrat Howard Smith of Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia uk the Rules Committee.
"We appreciate your problems,"
said Green. "However, you can't
expect our fellbws to feel very
kindly toward: farm legislation
when the housing "and Kennedy Kennedy-Ives
Ives Kennedy-Ives bills; are being stymied."
"Well, if you fellows don't get
behind the farm bill, there will be
little chance of a vote on the oth others
ers others vou want." shot hark tha
Northern big city Democrats did
"get behind" the farm bill, but,
despite Rayburn's efforts, the
housing and ami racketeering bills
la'er were scuttled by the GOP GOP-Dixiecrat
Dixiecrat GOP-Dixiecrat coalition.
AN WIN SlJSfJS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 195S
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IND
ENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
CHRIST CHURCH his brief mediation "The Good
Samaritan in Modern Dress."
Colon The early service at Coco Solo
Bishop R. HeDer Gooden will vl- will be similar to the 11 a.m. Mar-
sit the Atlantic side on Sunday earita service except for the Com
evening at 7:30 to preach at the
service of solemn hvensong at
Christ Church By-the-Sea.
Bishop Golden returned to the
Isthmus recently from England,
where he attended the Lambeth
conference with other fcishops of
the Anglican communion, and it is
expected that he will speak on the
Officiating at Evensong will be
the Rev. J. Peter Farmer, rector
of the parish, who will also con conduct
duct conduct the morning services, which
will be the early Eucharist at 6
o'clock, and choral Eucharist and
sermon at 9 o'clock.
ON E TWO THREE GO No. It's not the be ginning of a race, but Just another skit put on
by Albrook's Cub Pack 15. Each month a den entertains parents and other dens present at
(be regular monthly meeting. The cubs under the supervision of their den mothers, meet
once each week, and prepare these skits and other forms of entertainment.
(Official TJSAF Photo)
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Last May when the vacation
period began the Margarita Union
Church held a special service n
titled "A Bon Voyage Service
Now that the vacaftners are back
on the Isthmus and the new school
year has begun the church has
announced that next Sunday will
be "Welcome Home Sunday."
To emphasise a spirit of unity
within the church family the sac
rament of the Lord s supper win
be celebrated. Immediately prior
to the Communion service a num
ber of new members will be receiv
ed into the congregation. The Rev
Theodore E. Franklin has entitled
munion service. Assisting the pas
tor in the ministry of hospitality
will be Mrs. D. B. Humphrey and
son, Don at Coco Solo.
In keeping with the theme oi
the dav a fellowship supper (pot-
luck) will be served in the church
at 5:30 p.m. A brief program and
hymn-sing will follow the supper
The Sunday School will also be
gin its fall activities on bunaay
with all classes meeting including
the adult class. The adults will
meet, as in the past, during the
Sunday School hour on the seconil
floor of the Service Center in Mar
garita. The Rev. J. W. L mko-
mann. executive secretary of the
American Bible Society, is the in
The youth groups of the church
will bepin their meetings a week
from Sunday. The junior hi
group will meet as a confirm
tlon class while the senior hi?h
will continue the varied program
thev have had in the past
.The Church Council under the
leadership of Carl Maedl will hold
its monthly meeting Monday night
at 7 p:m. Preparations are being
made for the fall canvass.
ine women ot tne cnurcn are
making preparations for their
Christmas sale which will be held
Nov. 1. They meet regularly each
Tuesday morning at 9:15 a.m. to
make preparations for the ev.nt.
ing Quake Panics
Capitol of Chile;
No Casualties Known
SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 5
The strongest earthquake
ROBBED WHILE DINING
LONDON (UP1) While film
star Michael Wilding and his wife
dined with friends at the Wilding
home Wednesday might, three mm
forced their way in and toi
$28,000 worth of jewelry.
When the housekeeper, Mrs.
Maud Young, 3i, answered the
front door bell, the men asked if
Wilding was in. She said he was,
Cathedral Church School To Reopen
On Sunday Morning At St. Luke's
With the Idea that every family
with a Christian background is
obligated to furnish Christian edu education
cation education as well as secular educa education
tion education to its children and adults, the
Cathedral of St. Luke in Ancon,
has announced the re-opening of
its Church School Sessions an Sun Sunday
day Sunday at 9:15 a.m.
A full staff of teachers, consist
ing mostly of husband-and wife
teams will be in attendance, fur furnishing
nishing furnishing classes from kindergarten
The lessons are on the doctrine,
discipline and worship of fhe Chris Christian
tian Christian church, covering the experi experience
ence experience in the Bible, and stressing its
applications to every day ljfe to today.
day. today. ' ,y
The classes are graded accord according
ing according to the public school grades of
the children, so that the age ley-
els will be able, to study jmatw
suited, to their learning and e
At Kol Shearith
The Congregation Kol (Shear
ith Israel, will hold Its second
annual Slichot service at mid
night, the president, Woodrow de
Castro, announced today.
The Slichot (supplication) Is
an ancient tradition, which ush
ers in the Jewish high holidays,
and its purpose Is to consider the
gravity and solemnity of the
Days of Awe.
Rabbi Isaac Neuman, spiritual
leader of Kol Shearith, will con
duct this solemn candle-light
service. He will be assisted by
several pupils of the Alberto Ein Einstein
stein Einstein Institute.
For the adults, the Dean's Bible
Class is a well-known presentation.
This Class fills the need fnr tYiv
whole family to worship and study
toeetner on Sunday morning.
Dean Peterson lectures fnr thiV.
tv minutos and xnends fifteen min.
utes in dealing with question in
ine minos oi me aauits. aii aauus
are eligible to join this class of
A nursery class Is especially
suited to pre-kindergarten children
giving them a first introduction to
Christ and His church. With this
activity, the whole family can be
accommodated on Sunday morn mornings.
ings. mornings. Transportation by buses will
be furnished the following Sunday,
Sept. 14, for those in Panama and
As a very important part of the
Church School, there are services
and classes in Spanish which are
sonducted and supervised by" the
Rev. John H. Townsend, S.T.D..
executive secretary of the Mission
ary District of the Panama Canal
This activity Is held in the Cha
pel of All Souls at the same time,
that is, 9:15 a.m. and welcomes
everyone who speaks Spanish.
The charee of materialism, so
frequently leveled at the United
States, is thoroughly analyzed in
"Reflection on America," a book
by Jacques Maritain, which was
placed in circulation this week
by the Canal Zone Ubrary.
Since the author is a rencn-
man brought up in the culture
and traditions of his own coun country
try country but who has lived in Ameri
ca long enough to speak lrom
experience, the remarks in this
book are particularly slgniiicani.
Covering a broad field with
comments on social, economic,
and political philosophies, the
author has given Americans a
chance to see themselves as oth others
ers others see them.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
NON-FICTION Let the Best
Boat Win, C. B. Burnett; Free
Time, W. T. Donahue; The
World Beneath the Waves, Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Doukan; Casey Stengel,
Frank Graham; Parents Guide
to Everybody problems of Boys
and Girls, S. M. Gruenberg; The
Grim Truth About Life Insur
ance, Ralph Hendershot; Explor Exploring
ing Exploring Earth and Space, M. O.
Hvde: Reflections on America,
Jacques Maritain; In the Track
of Speed, Stirling Moss; ana La Lady
dy Lady from Savannah, G. D. Shultz.
FICTION A Friend in Pow
er, G. H. Baker; Rachel Weeping,
Nancy Bodlngton; The Image
Makers, B. V. Dryer; Wyoming
Manhunt, A. V. Elston; Strangers
When We Meet, Evan Hunter;
Tall Ships, J. E. Jennings; Clear
and Present Danger, B. H. Ken:
drick; The Frost and the Fire,
Ruth Park; and The Mountain
Road, T. H. White.
Added to the Panama Collec Collection
tion Collection Flowering Plants from
Cuban Gardens, Woman's Club
registered here In many years 8nd they punched her back into
rocicea Santiago at a: do p.m. yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, causing cons lderable
panic but no casualties and on only
ly only minor damage.
Lighter earth shocks were felt
at. mlrinlorrtf nH at 9-1(1 am t.n-
T' I PAVIA,
ed,na -nded hy a fellow farm
the hall, tied a handkerchief over
her eyes and locked her in a
BEATS ROOM AT I
. ts beaten and criti-
The hydroelectric plant at Los
Queltehues, which serves the ci city,
ty, city, suffared "considerable" dam damage.
age. damage. The worst effects of the quakes
were felt in the provincial town
of San Alfonso, .where a number
o' hines collapsed but no one
was Injured. Most of the people
oi on Alfonso spent the night
in the open air at the local soc
cer stadium as a precaution a
gainst further quakes.
who shared his room, and
nnlice vesterdav assessed this
tive: Frassi snored so loudly the
roommate could not sleep.
GETS NEW JO
AMMAN, Jordan, (TJPT) AT)M
Munim Rifai, Jordanian ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to London, has been appoint appointed
ed appointed "chief of broadcasting, tour tourism,
ism, tourism, and press" for Jordan. He
told a press conference yesterday
he would coordinate and reorgan reorganize
ize reorganize those three branches.
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CAIRO, Sept 5 (UPI) Influen Influential
tial Influential Egyptian sources, predicted
today that not even the presence
of United Nations officials in Jor Jordan
dan Jordan would save King Husin from
eventual overthrow by his own
Thev said not even President
Gamal Abel Nnsser of the Unit-
Hussein although Nasser Is re-
carried as tne mot nopular lead
er in the Middle East.
The oredictions came as T'nit T'nit-"1
"1 T'nit-"1 Nation Cnrtorv Gpn''a' n"a
Hammarskjold began and uphill
search for a compromise between
the U.A.R and Jordan on the U-
nited Nations role in keepin"
peace in the Middle East.
Hammarskiold is on the second
stage of a Mideast tour to work
out "practical arrangements"
which would allow the United
States and Britian to withdraw
their forces from Lebanon and
Jordan. He visited Lebanon and
Informed sources said Nasser
was expected to reject any pro
posal for a U.N. "presence In ei
ther Egypt or Syria to oversee a
U.A.R. pledge of non-intervention
in those two countries.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ltig
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OFFICERS' WIVES ANNOUNCE.
PLANS FOR TOUR TO COLON
Pians were made (or ihe forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming husband and wife social
unc marl. I rid a v hv members 01 till nSVl ypr io Dirmpr rianrinp inrl Hem-
Officer' Wivt Club and the Quarry Heights uiers "'.-! loii- .wamiMiian dencus
ClBh f trip to he made by elnb members iPtMMff will be included io the evening's
have been maw o UaTe Balboa station that worning arm j evenls BescrvaUons may he made
travel to the Atlantic side on the Governor s Wtf. with Mr. 8vne Cameron, 87 8214,
First stop will be made at Gatun, where there wi 1 be 0 M j,cqueijBe Flynp, B7-l.
conducted tour of the locks. The tram will than continue te
Mount Hope, where the party will be mat by bussw (for a .jour The c,ub, B sociil functioB
of the former naval base at Coco fcolo, ''"WW cHl ? wilr be morning coffee next
at the Breakers. After luncheon at the Yacht WWMj1" .Wednesday from 8:10 to 11 a.m.
be a bus tour of the city of Colon, followed by personal Shop A1, NC0 WJvej 81jpei,jally ngw,
ping OH Front Street. h.nHii.,, reservations comers o the posi, re invited to
Mrs. C. Hoffer, Navy 3665, Is handling rescrvauons. ttand.
College Club Plans T.a "' Hip as far as Mexico City.
Pr First Fall Mealing The group spent some time in
l 'will be "served iTom 3:30 to "e Unira American
4 p.m. at the first meeting oi tne toun.nsa, cumuu-s ".
.1 7 it r.n.i ,.i ia visit o; several days in Mexico
lege Club Monday at the Jewish City.
Welfare Board audilorium on La
Boca Road in Palboa- Vditmi in Oetun
Miss Ann McDermolt of Wash-
Quest pianist for the afternoon jngton, PC, i visiting wilh h er
will be Sussan Duetsch Weibel, a;sister Mrs William M Brsndl,
eppcen pianisi from Argentina. ad Mr. Brandl of Gatun.
Her selections will .eature com-'
ers Chopin, AlbenU and De New Members Welcomed
HISsy. I Into NCO Wives' Clyb
A business meeting will follow During the monthly business
tit tea. meeting of the Fort Clayton NCO
' Wives' Club Tuesday, four new
House Que' Returns Te members were welcomed into the
States After Viiit Hare
Jars. Minnie Dee Harris, who
has been the house guest of her
Mgier, Mrs. H. W. Post, and
Cq. Post of Quarry Heights
uia past six weeks, has returned in the ballroom of thaNfJO Open
j ei iiome in i.ong Keaeh. (Jalil. I JVJess, were Mrs. Betty Brogan,
Mrs. Post and son Jeffrey aO'jMrs. Julia Browning, Mrs. Sue
cwnpamed Mrs. Harris on her re-1 Hazel) and Mr. Virginia Mosley.
club. The quarlet included Mrs
Helena Jackson, Mr&. Theresa To
land. Mrs. Joan Moore and Mrs.
Lt. ;' Gladys Wilcox.
for) Hos'esses for the meeting, held
lacb none lei iaelusiaa ia ihM
column tiiewla k iuimiUei M
learittaa fares sue mailed aa
the baa aaasbei luted telly ta e e-cil
cil e-cil and Oth.rwuo," oi ddivtioal
band ta rba affite, Notice, .t
miltiaei taenot ba atd by
Mfmheri of the Society of the
National Museum of Panama will
have a regular monthly meeting
Saturday at.ernoon at 3:30 at the
museum. Prospective members,
may be brought to this meeting
T R 1
THE VOICE OF
by Dorothy Killgallen
Drapery & Slipcover
Dealers in KJRSCH
Cut4omeasure TRAVERSE RODS
No. g VIA ESPASA
Rev. R. 0. Von Royen
Millionaires Paul Catty and
Clint Murchison are negotiating a
headline-making deal. If it goes
through, they'd take control of one
iif the worms great theatrical em empiresfor
piresfor empiresfor a prtca raported to na
ovar $300,000,000... A topfUgt ape ape-eialiit
eialiit ape-eialiit from tba East is in Califor California
nia California examining Marilyn Monroe s
ahell-lika ears. She's been suffer suffering
ing suffering from severe earaches, along
with har other recent health
problems.. Denizens of TV
wonder if tha "myiterioua infor informant"
mant" informant" who hlaw tho whintia in tbf
' Dot to" quiz show investigation
might not be a disgruntled coma
dian who's appeared w similar
programs in tne past, hoping tn
attract publicity, He recently ap approached
proached approached l press agent to handls
him, saying he had just such
roeket in his pwk,et..,The Roubfn
Mamoulian-Otte Preminger Sam
Goldwyn rhubirb has iti lively
counterpart in England, where
Laurepce Olivier, Burt Lancaster
and Kirk Douglas have gone
through not one, but two directors
on "The Devil's Disciple." Their
current choice for No. S the per
manent one, they hope is John
Certain intelligence reports indi indicate
cate indicate an interesting "real reason"
behind Denmark's refusal to let
the atomic submarine Skate dtfc't
in Copenhagen. Actually, insiders
believe, the Danish government
wanted to avoid Communist dem
onstrations against the Unite ft
States and the "fear of radiation''
excuse was merely a diplomatic
way of putting it... Roulette Rec Records
ords Records has just bougtiLout the Roost
discary, thereby obtaining musters
performed by the Ute Yardbiril
Parker and Art Tatum, as weU SI
early collectors' items by V7.'
Gillespie, Errell Garner and Har Harry
ry Harry Beiafonte. They'll compile en
album of excerpts frpm the whole
work titled "Operation Jaz?'
"Baby" pignatari, the most ener energetic
getic energetic playboy in international ca cafe
fe cafe society, has been long distanc distancing
ing distancing Harry Conn's widow, Joan,
but her chums say it s a lost
cause. Tliey expect her to marry
director Peter Glenville.
George Senders offered a provo provocative
cative provocative analysis of his career tn a
British interviewer: "1 bv8 silv
ed the secret of longevity In
show business. It is to be consis consistently
tently consistently mediocre like me. ToUer ToUer-inc.
inc. ToUer-inc. as it were, from one lousy
in mathematics of B-plus lor four fjim to another. That way, you
-1.2 J t; J MklkAIMoiita rtrti VltAVCA
Gels Balboa Local
National recognition for the
mathematics department of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School was received this
week with the granting to the high
school a charter membership m
the National High School Mathe Mathematics
matics Mathematics Club, MU Alpha Theta.
Charter memoersnip is granted
to a high school only after a care careful
ful careful examination is mde oj course
I offerings and staff in mathematics
; by the national officers and gov-
prnors o the cub. Charter mem
bers have to have a grade average
and be enrolled in the fifth scmest
er, and must have an overall aver
age of B for all high school work.
The elub was chartered in 1957 at
the University of Oklahoma and
now has chapters from Maine to
Faculty advisor fpr the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights high school chapter
MM ftf' III" J ft T w
And Qlan Carlo Menottt, famous
as the utterly frank type, caused
a bit of agitstte-n in some circles
with his qupte before the first per performance
formance performance of his new opera "Ma "Maria
ria "Maria Golpvin" at the Brusse s Worlc1
Fair. "I don't like radio or TV or
any technical machines," ie said,
obviously not influenced by the
ieci mai me premiere wes sp'ms
oC the national club wil
Nancy Schrag, who has earned a
masters degree m matnematics
from Columbia University.
Mathematics stand outs from
the Is'hmus who received charter
memberships, along with the high
David L. Browne and Martha K K-Miller
Miller K-Miller both of Balboa Heights;
Klias Chaluja and Rolando A.
Chspis. both of Panama City; Ann
E. Haskell and Judith C. Hotl,
both of Balboa; Carlos F. Kismep
of the University of Panama;
Sandra G. Morency of Gsmboa;
Christopher P. Tate of Ft. Clayton
and Margaret M. Vale of Curun
be Mrs. nreri bv the National Broadeasting
Ron Russell and Fred Prlssnn,
on the last lap of their European
trip, have been staying at jck
Warner's luxurious Pans home
While the movie mogul remains 10
Cannes on strict doctors' orders-
He's recuperating from his seri serious
ous serious auto crack-up a few weeks a
go,., Sam tevene, who was report reported
ed reported pn the drama pages as modes
ly wishing he hadn't been elevat elevated
ed elevated te stardom against his w i 1 1
gives members of the cast of hi
new play the impression that iu
really doesn't hate the honor all
that much. To quote one of th
company: "Such headaches the
producers wouldn't have had wlih
Sarah Bernhardt!". ..Rather a fun
ny show bis situation up in New
Koenelle, where the Riviera Infill
Club ii suing a neighboring spot,
El Dorado, for a wildly hefty mm.
It seems the Riviera signed the
comedy (Dim of Allen and De De-Wood
Wood De-Wood for a one-niahter and the
hoys accidentally showed up at El
yoraoo. tne customers qeniea mt
planned floor show at the Riviera
demanded their money back, so
now it's lawyers-time.
Have a precious title: British
pianist Moura tympany is writing
a book about her two favorite sub subjects,
jects, subjects, music and gardening, anj it
will be called "Posies and Piano
fprte"...FJani are under way to
open the Lillian Russell Museum
at Luchow s restaurant to the pub public,
lic, public, charging admission, which all
receipts going to tht American
Theatre Wing.. .Hie multitude m
lans will be happy to know thai
there is a Nick Kenny Day at Pa Palisade
lisade Palisade Park. (Dylan Thomaif Day
will be held a little later in the
season.),., The bun around Broad,
way about the forthcoming George
Abbott comedy, "'Drink to Me On Only,"
ly," Only," is very happy one, with
kudos going to leading man Tom
loston, familiar to TV viwers fr"
Ms drollery on the steve Allen
Chums don't give the Gerry
Mulligan Georgia Brown idyll
much longer to survive, Their bat battles
tles battles are the talk of Mth St..
.ouise O'Brien, the pretty girt
who sings on CBS radio, is beng
courted, appropriately enough, by
Howard Barnes, a CBS radio exe
cutivc.The last word (literally)
in DoJt-Yourself kicks: Instru'c
imps for making your final will
and testament are available for
'5a. A mail order firm in Bethpagp
will send you all the necessary
CZ Aquarium Club
Starts New Season
The qnnal Zone Aouarium Bo,
oiety will hold the first regular
meeting of the 1958 Fall spason
in the home of Niel a. Doherty,
Apartment "A", T80 Bnrneby
Btrpet, Balboa, at 7:30 p.m. next
in j a
AH interested persons are en
oourngect to attend, fetras was
the fish selected tq be displayed
for the monthly fish show-The-'
Qanni zone Apartum stt.
piety is organized for the prqrnp
lion of the hobby of raising and
Showing of tropical fish.
Membership to the soeiety la
open to United Stamps citizen em employes
ployes employes of the Panama Gnal
Company or members pf the
United states military stationed
in the Oanal Zone.
Guests and prospective mem bers
For additional Information pan
Niel A. Doherty, Balboa: a 3540.
E OIWAUD JACOIf
Written r MIA lervlse
Salt and West vuinerahlt
IVwrt IPOlWaP Bai 8o,ttH
If Pais If 2a
4f Faes Pas 4e
Double Paw Peas Peas
Opening lead- K
Take a look at the South hand
only. The game is duplicate and
East has raised .West's opening
peart Did to two.
Duplicate or not, you certainly
should try a bid of sorts and vour
best ehoiee ia to bid two spades
in apue 01 xne nine-high suit, west
jumps to four hearts and th bid
is back to you again, Now, what
uo you 007
When Mvrnn Vmnor nf Tahnlra
Te.r held this hand she decidoii
to bid four spades. Her opponents
had bid decisively and confidently
and it appeared to her that they
would b able tn make their con contract.
tract. contract. In that case they would
spore at least M0 points and
Myrna could afford to take a
if West hsd ebosen to go on tn
five hearts, Myrna's gamble
would have done her no good.
wurvn spans ann west WOUW
have made five odd.
As it was. West ebose to double
and opened the king of hearts.
Myrna ruffed that lead and ptay-
eu ace ann spanm, wnn trumps
breaking three-two, she was able
to escape with the loss of trump
tricks, one dub and one diamond
ana nan managed tn save a geme
at the trifling epst of joo points
A mighty good result in any type
of bridge game.
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Broilers and Fryers Top
September Plentiful Foods
BY GANO MADPQX, KA Foo4 mi Markets Editor
Broilers and fryers, for several
months a favorite choice fpr out
door barbecues, are about to
coma Indoors again for famu)
meals, Benorts from commercial
41 broiler areas indicate supplies will
continue nigner wan tasi year
I They head the U.S. Departmmii
of Agriculture's list of Seotemb. 1
The bidding has bean- i plentiful foods, potatoes, one of
HB South wi our most important foods, Will be
' an innan inn 1 .am hiiiyithoi nin
" W aTTTTVPaeiaHi
IBRVICH HIWP FOR HI.9T
ATSUQI, Japan (UPK
U.S. Marine Air Wing here held
memorial service ypsteFfta ir.i
Jst Lt. Clarence W. Jenkins, of
Stamford, Conn., who died Sunday
in the crash of his FJ-4 fury jet
in Yokohama. His plane crashed
into a residential section shortly
after take of" on a trainiia mi"
sion. demolishing two houses and'
injuring nine Japanese.
You South, hold:
lAtg K6 5 4 AOS xa
What do you do' AJ4
iu mitt Sap...
Jim and Julie, both under 1?
were married last week.
Though both sets of parents
The ; were present at the wedding, it
"If you like chicken, you'll fove
this chicken noodle soup!"
Ttuty bites of plump, sweet chicken
. . tender, nourishing egg
noodles . cooked with
Campbell care in
golden chicken broth!
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
21 kitiH of CamnbaU'i Soup . 10 much anjoymaint in each!
was not a happy occasion. Jim
and Julie, who have been going
steady for two years, were mar married
ried married because Julie is going tn
b,ve a child.
Both are having to quit schol
without their high school diplo diplomas.
mas. diplomas. Julie is giving up her girl girlhood
hood girlhood and Jim is giving up his
chance to prepare himself lo earn
a good living, to do something he
wants to do. He will have '0
take any kind of job be can get.
The parents are stunned by, the
mess their kids have made of
their young lives.
When are parents going to
wake up to the fact that "going
Steady" isn't just a harmless,
teen-age fad? But that instead,
ateady dating is putting so great
a strain on teen-agers that many
Of them are bound to wind up
like Jim and Julie?
Parents do their best to teach
their children right from wrpng
Why then should they let them
get themselves in situations
where it becomes increasingly
more difficult for them to do
ine truth is that parents are
so afraid of making their children
"di"ferent" that they are afraid
tp say, "I don't care whether EV EVERYBODY
ERYBODY EVERYBODY goes steady or not.
You aren't old enough to go
steady and you aren't going to.
Unless the majority of parents
in every community get enougi
starch in their backbones- to take
that stand, we are going to have
an increasing number of Ameri American
can American tragedies, like Jim's and Julie's.
abundant, too. Late summer cro
duction running 10 per cent a
bove last year will continue to
be marketed in September, sup supplemented
plemented supplemented by esrly shipments
from fail areas
Milk, vital for young people,
will be abundant; also peaejies,
fresh vegetables and canned rio
olives. So it looks like good eat eating
ing eating in September.
One quarter pound American
cheese (cubed), I cups medium
thick white sauce, 1 teaspoon
Worcestershire sauce, cups tric triced
ed triced cooked potatoes, 1 eup dired
tomato, cups green lima beans,
g tablespoons grated American
Melt cubed cheese in hot white
sauce. Blend in Worcestershire
sauce. In a greased J,tt quart
baking dish place 1 cup pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, V4 cup tomato and 1 cup li lima
ma lima beans. Pour in 1 eup cheese
sauce. Add remaining vegetablea
in a layer, then add remainder of
cheese sauce. Top with grated
cheese. Pake in preheated (330
degrees F.) oven until golden
brown and thoroughly hot, about
NEW IDEA FOR LASTING LOVELINESS
Most women who care about course, which enables refills or
their appearance can rise from alternative shades to be whipped
their dressing table, looking a pic-! in and out.) It is certainly worth
ture of loveliness, with a matt I while taking that ejftrg bit of trou.
complexion and firmly outlined, pie to make sure tnst your new
smoqth, bright lips. The problem lipstick Is 3 Ysrdley 'Long-last
that pic-1 just to acquire the social poise
perfect make-up can
often is hew to preserve
ture day-long, tor the true beauty which a
the woman of real charm give you. ;
look& always fresh and faultless) And as for the matt complexion?
down to the last detail. Not for Slip a Yardley 'Feather Finish'
.her the shiny nose, the blotched compact into your handbag. You
lipsticx induced by high tempera-1 'ove Yardley's delicious powder,
tures, excessive humidity, or just
iry the rush and bustle of every everyday
day everyday life.
Fortunately most women now nowadays
adays nowadays can aspire, tp this ideal,
with all the rnfldeW) beauty aids
at their disposal- Yardley of Lon London,
don, London, for Instance, have just evolV'
pd a new lipstick now available
in this country- It is called Yard Yard-ley
ley Yard-ley 'Long-last' lipstick, and ts
made according 1p an entirely
new tormuu wnicn lasts on tne
of course, and 'Feather Finish' is
Yardley powder in portable form,
compressed and subtly blended
With just enough cream to make make-it
it make-it oling and prevent dryftess of
There is a mirror and a puff
with eaoh enmpact and. of course,
you realiie that with 'Feather
Finish' there's no irritating and
embarrassing shower of powder to
spoil your clothes and annoy other
people. Just pat the puff on the
lip longer without smudging or compressed powder, smooth it
(suing, giving 1 win at- me same: nanny on tne face, ann u wi,u
time a soft, creamy lustre, (it is last and last without clogging and
in the quick-change ease, of! patching. Advt.
Used after every
pnvtnts heat raih,
Chafe and galling,
clings close, keep
baby fresh, comfortable.
Mtdicmed Mr, Skin Craam helps haal
pnAil sunburn. I11 gmtlt lanolin unooiht
m OtitraiBi humt ee
...with feminine fabric
Sheerest luxury, perfected protection are now yours with
New Modes?. Only Modess has this new fabric cover that's
incredibly soft . and white . and sheer, with thousands
of tiny perforations that absorb instantly and completely.
This month, make Modess your discovery.
Another quality product of WJIWmaUOrWlAtSH
1 r5j2ji2i-Y 3 .'
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, ltll
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
, Social and Otherwise
The Modem Man . Prefers
The Modern Watch
Flh UN Dancing ClestW
Art C gflfcftf rWrftUW
A1J members of the V!erii f
Foreign Wrs, honersry
seriate members and (heir guests
have beta invited to dancing clas
es in Anion. The classes, w
ed by the U Frank P. Aibrook
To t t, will offer opportunity
for interfiled persons to (earn v.
rious type ef Panamanian dance
betor wnival foeUvitiee bim in
At cUsiei this evening. It T, me
teacher will be Miii buidelia Do-
mlMUei, accompanied by the
Conjunte "AM" el Panama City.
Hum e wilt include tbe tamborite
girth Armuncd .
Mr and Wn, E. Goodrich ef
Ua Rioi announce the 1Mb of
their ion at Gorgas Haipital He
has been named Paul WaUim.
Tenure To Tenor
ftJfiW JNIA) -Jolmny
Desmond thinks he's biasing
traji Which QthMI will fallow,
"Sgeemmg gcter, ,h aaya
"waa matter of survival for me.
Four years ago, I reel'aed that
just appending 8 Ml JBflrds
for a living is no food. Tfcj pti pti-Wie
Wie pti-Wie ii too Mle, ,
"ieiWtl, that work kept me
away from home too mueh, Even
liit yr, l was iwiy or ihw
months out of the year- Wet's too
"I think j'ou'H see other singers
guys like Tony Bennett 8d
Franki Uifl following me in
to acting. Oflca ypu get pvr the
hump. IPs miwh more secure
And JeMay ii over the hump.
His starring roJe in 'Say, Darling
was what made the producers of
the new "Your Hit Parade" sigP
him to costar with Dorothy Cot
lins in the coming TV ihow, H
wsn't hi fame as a recording
stir, but the fact that they saw
him on the stage that did it,
Jthnny never hid in acting tee tee-son
son tee-son in his IKe, but he 10 1 A
the stage, As i kid in Detroit, he
wis a bey soprano and pirt f
a group that did i minstrel show
on radio every week. Then his
voice changed, and it was two
years before it settled down into
its current rish baritone niche
'Ti always wanted to be a
tenor," says Johnny. "I'd wanted
to sing like James MeUpn. When
I became a baritone, i thought the
world had come to M end-
During those two nonsingins
years, he stayed with the minstrel
croup, sayini funny line and gen
erally doing chores which wouldn't
tax his jumpy VOfal chords- ft wai
during this period he got the act acting
ing acting bug.
Today, Johnny admits to being
completely, happy -;,'ljvinv
dream come true, He loves act acting
ing acting on Broadwiy, mikes enough
racordi tp keep himself herw, has
the tv show coming up, And. a
for not being a tenpr. that doesn't
bother him any more, Tawirs,"
he sayi, "don't work steady-
9ri way ftr a singer tp got i
break js te put put her own n
cprd- This fin he expensive un un-less
less un-less a? in the me of Marine
cord i big record e n m p a n y
hears the repprd and issues it
Merlene is a Kenosha, Wis.
housewife who had done son.
night-e'uh and radio work before
she married and had a daughter,
still itchy for a record career, slip
get her husband to pay for n ro
cording sess'on in Chicago, hired
a few musicians and croone:i
, -Li,' T-JM
aome soft versions of a bunch or
Randy Wood of Dot heard the
tape, liked it and issued it in a
big album eallad "Marian cord".
In certain place including, of
Course, Kenosha it's selling well.
And Marline and her huatmd ate
planning another one, to be called
r' After Five," fop fill release.
Talk about being invited back back-Georgia
Georgia back-Georgia Gibhs hi already ac accepted
cepted accepted a bjd to appear for the
eighth straight year at the Monte
Carlo Gala net summer- Prune
Rainier and his wife what was
Iter name again?) are Gibbs fan
and asked her to return to the
annual Riviera beaeh party.
THE FIRST LADY of the Republic of Panama, Meruecjen c.alindo de de la Guardia, wife of President Ernesto de la (iuardia
Jr., was congratulatecl Wednesday on the occasion of. her birthday. Numerous well-wisher railed at the rresiaents nonie aurint;
the dav. Ihow her, from left, Sir Mr, Eta L. de Lopez raln-eg-a, Mrs. (iratieia u. de Moreno, Mrs. f ae ia i.uaroia, mvs. ju-
landa C. Sucre, Mrs. Itl M. de Lewis, Mrs. Carmela A. de Boyd.
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DICK'S PICKS: Rusty Drip
has a wild one in "HlP Monkey"
on Mercury- others: "Ncklapo of
Tear Drops" The Humdingers,
Dale); "Hey, Stejla!" (The Cr Cr-Cut,
Cut, Cr-Cut, RCA); "No Dough" (WJiilf
Nin, Liberty); "The crawl"
The Plri'lyi, Roulette); "Tres"
(TKs Fortunes, Decca); "Volare''
(AUn Dale, MGM); "Dance. Ev Everyone,
eryone, Everyone, Dance" (Les Raxtpr
tpitol); "What a shap i'm
lp,f (The Natural!, Beacon); 'L
7.arla' (Umberto, Kapp).
Some good late relesaes. feature
top sal singers PR LP SMa Fitr
qrld's newest, "At the Op r?
House", was taped in f bicagQ on
a tour and is, as usual, a mini
dlnger-it's on Verve; Bu r
me does her best to date on a
beauty from ABC Paramount.
"By die in Love" Judy Hoi I id V
has great style, if not loo much
vniec on "Trouble is a Man ''
via Columbia; Kay Stirr js at her
swinging best on "Reckm With
Kiy from RCA-
Londpn is irantf"rin mcit of
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THE NEW ASSISTANT COMMANDANT of the U.S. Army Caribbean School, Fort Gulick, LL Col. jphilip Judson,
ed ae he arrived in the Canal Zone recently with his family.
usarCaqib Schooii Mrs. Himcs, Mrs. JurtBon, juiisoa and their
From left to riyht are: Col, Cecji Hims, commndp.nt of the
child nn, fhHiPr Hetsy uavis. (u,o, rmy rnvv.
llink For Sunday
At Baptist Church
Sunday School teachers, and
wofKeri Pf the f ival B a P 1 1 s i
ChurpH Of Balhoa Heights, will be begin
gin begin 8 fiY-nint training course al
7 p.m. Mnd,ay, Sep. The cour, cour,-wifl
wifl cour,-wifl be taught on Sept. 8, B, 12, II,
DETROIT v(r)-Th umtefJ Au;and 18,
n wnrltars anno'tnctifl yes'taVi
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The parson who aeeepts aome
thni" no doesn't really want
often doei so for tear of hurim
i ir lenlins of the one who gave
it to him.
to workers irpi!cnfl..yi"r'i
It International Executiye Boarq
will meet t W ,m, next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday to select a strike target and
t a strike deadline if no 'fair
offer is mane by the "Big Three"
u?o companies by that time,
UAW President Walter P. Reu-
ther and five other top officers
of the union made a joint state statement
ment statement saying they will rcummenq
that the executive board take the
two ore-strike step if thr is no
offer from the companies which
can provide the basis, for a fair
and honorable settlement".
The union ha been working
di-op without a contract at Ford, Cen Cen-!
! Cen-! eral Motors and Chrysler since the
end of My' when the old three three-year
year three-year pacts with tboie companies
Reu her has charged the com companies
panies companies with refusing to bargain in
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it fine eulfinc
The courses are designed lor me
regular teachers in each depart
mnt and for prospective teaehers
and workers wiq with training
will he available for ue in teach
jng children. "Reaohing the Adud
for Christ" wjll be taught by Pat.
tor William H- Peeby lo aU adu.t
and young adult teachers.
Teachers of th Intermediaic
and H'Bl' il'bool yuuna peupm wtl'
study "The Art of Teaching ill
termediale" with Mrs- Dan Able
Rev. Elton Vickers will teach
junior teachers in a course enli. enli.-led
led enli.-led "Capturing Juniors tor Christ.
Primary department teachers win
study, "Guiding the Primary
Child in Sunday Sehool under
Kobert Snyoer, umhty bciigiii
SuperintenOBPt, Mrs. HUlon VicK
era will teach a comhmed course
for all Nursery and Beginner
.workers. The faculty W1U
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aids. and th latest and most ei-
ifectiye methods in me reuH.uuB
Each evening in addition to the
hour and half study and discus discussion
sion discussion period special feature rc
lated to the general work o the
Sund? 1 School will be presented.
The aim of the teacher's and
worker's clinic i to provide more
teachers and fully trained teachers
for Sunday Bchool work.
go faith. -making a "farce"
out of negotiation.
0ly Wednesday he announced
he would prnt the union's side
f the story to panels of public
official. R community leader
&om key automotive centers in
ichigan and Ohio neat Tuesday.
A series of Mattered strikes
have beset th industry this month
prompting charges irom 1M Vic
President in Charge of Personnel
Iwia (i. Seaton thai the walkout
came on orders irom Solidarity
Hon e (the HAW headquarters 1
! ivi mi 1 1 in in oh ions attemnt to
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER J, 1951
ves In World Series,
EPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Lefty Hurls One-Hit Relief
Ball To Win For Milwaukee
NEW YORK, Sept. 5 (UPD Juan Pizorro, little more
than a spectator in the 1957 World Series, is ready to play
major role for the Milwaukee Braves when they try to
make it two in a row over the New York Yankees this
TMe hard -throwing, 21 -year-old
native of Santurce, P.R., was
banged around In his brief Se Series
ries Series appearance last year but ap appear!
pear! appear! to have come of age in the
heat of the current National
League race. In the Braves'
stretch drive, he has run up a
6-2 record and last night yield yielded
ed yielded onlv one hit over 5 1-3 innings
to gain credit for a 9 -5, 10-in-ljlng
decision over the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phillies.
Pizarro took over for Lew Bur Bur-dette
dette Bur-dette after the World Series hero
was routed in a four-run fifth fifth-Inning
Inning fifth-Inning rally by the Phillies and
r'H them at. bav until the
Braves' sluggers finally caught
un with relief star Dick Farrell.
Pizarro, Carlton Willey and Joeyj
Jay, the three rookies brought up
In mid-season when the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee staff was on the verge of
collapse, now have combined for
20-11 record that has "saved"
If not won the flag for the world
What interests manager Fred
Haney and Milwaukee scouts is
the fact that Pizarro pitches
long the general lines of Ted
nowsfleld, the rookie Boston
Red Sox let-hander who has
beaten the Yankees three
straight times. Like Bowsfield,
Pisarro employs a good fast
ball and fast-breaklnc curves
plus occasional cross-fire stuff
to left-handed batters.
Pizarro's victory enabled the
Braves to remain nine games a a-head
head a-head of the San Francisco Gi Giants,
ants, Giants, who butchered the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Dodgers, 13-3, in their fi final
nal final meeting of the season, and
V ahead of the ralned-out
Pittsburgh Pirates. The St. Louis
Cardinals beat the Chicago Cubs
4-2. in the other NX. game as
Sam Jones surpassed Dizzy
Dean's single-season club strike strikeout
out strikeout record.
The New York Yankees were
Hie but Increased their Ameri American
can American League lead to 12 V2 games
because the Detroit Tigers wal walloped
loped walloped the second-place Chicago
White Sox, 11-4. The Kansas Ci City
ty City Athletics defeated the Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland Indians, 2-1, and the Boston
Bed Sox topped the- Baltimore
Orioles, 5-2, in other AX. activi activity.
ty. activity. Casey Wise started the Braves'
winning rally in the 10th with a
single. Another single by Hank
Aaron and an intentional walk
to Wes Covington filled the bas bases.
es. bases. Frank Torre then singled for
two runs and Billy Bruton fol followed
lowed followed with a two-out triple for
two more. It marked the first
time since Aug. 1 that Burdette
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K A HAM AZOV
with Yul Brynner
i, with Dan Dalley
had failed to finish a game. The
loss made Farrell's record 7-8
The Giants closed out their
spasnn series with the Dodeers
with a 16-6 record, hammering
out 17 hits, Including homers Dy
Willie Mays and Orlando Cepe Cepe-da.
da. Cepe-da. The Giants hopped on John Johnny
ny Johnny Podres for eight runs in the
first inning to make it easy for
Stu Miller to win nis nun game.
Mays, Felipe Alou and Eddie
Bressoud each had three hits in
the San Francisco attack.
Jones struck out eight Cubs
to raise his season strikeout
total to 201, surpassing Dean's
club mark of 199 and making
Sam the first National League
pitcher in 17 years to reach the
200-mark. Jones had two hits
himself and Ken Boyer had
three to pace the Cardinals' li libit
bit libit attack on three Cub pitch pitchers.
ers. pitchers. Jones, certain to lead the
NX. in strikeouts this season,
also led it in 1955 and '56.
The Tigers unleashed a 16-hit
attack, including a two -run
homer by Gall Harris, to pave
the way for Jim Bunnlng's sec second
ond second victory since he pitched a
no-hitter almost two months a a-go.
go. a-go. Harris had two hits and Al
Kaline and Charley Maxwell
three each in the bombardment
on six White Sox pitchers.
Roger Marls' two-run slxth-iri-nlng
homer enabled Kansas Ci City's
ty's City's Ralph Terry to win his ninth
game and dealt Cleveland's Cal
McLish his seventh loss. The In Indians
dians Indians scored their run on a tri triple
ple triple by Vic power and Minnie Mi Mi-noso's
noso's Mi-noso's Infield out in the eighth
Rnnkl Rill Monhouauette and.
Murray Wall combined to hold
the Orioles to three hits as the
rpH pnv moved to within a
game-and-a-half Of the White
ox. Pete Runnels single drove
n tvia, tip '..hTterV1n 'He'
seven irtning and the Red soj
addea a ciincning parr Deiuie nn
inning was over.
Snorts Car Club
The isthmian Sports Car Club
will hold a "stavenger hunt
this Sunday. Members of th
club will meet at tt'TJO p.m. at
the parking lot at tha south and
of tha Administration Building in
There will be a buffet-dinner
following tha avant.
IV O L I
- Also: -WITHOUT
with Burt. Lancaster
with Richard Conte
(Based on 351 official at batt)
84 178 .342
62 149 .340
97 178 .336
101 175 .335
81 145 .320
108 171 .317
78 163 .306
79 153 .3'H
91 149 .302
74 151 .'501
Cepeda, S F.
53 139 .301
G AB R
Mantle, N Y.
130 450 111
Jensen, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
H. Anderson, Phillies
Jensen, Red Sox
(Based on 12 decisions)
. NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pt
9 4 .761
14 10 ,64?
16' 9 ,.640
15 9 .6;.
1 6 .625
Turley, Yankees 20 6 .769
Hvde. Senators 9 3 ,750
Delock, Red Sox 12 5 .706
McLish, Indians 14 7 .667
Ford, Yankees 14 7 .667
Happened to .
Jimmy McLarnin, an Irishman
out of Vancouver. B. C. won the
world welterweight boxing till! in
1S33 by flattening Young cornet:
at Los AngeleS in one round. Then
fnl'nwpH thrpp historic fiphts with
Barney Ross, all 15 round thrillers
in which the title changed hands
with each decision. Barney won
the lillp in May, 1934, hut Jimmy
won it back in the September ro
(urn. In May the following year.
Barney again licked the tough
McLarnin and carried off the
crown again. After that, McLarnin
h?d only three fights, two with
ronv Canzoneri and one with r,ou
AmVrs before calling it quits.
Whatever happened to Jimmy
McLarnin Now 52, Jimmy plays
a lot of golf and enjoys his status
of retirement in Los Angeles.
Player Of The Day
Dick Donovan, the Chicago
White Sox' 6 3, 205-pound right righthander,
hander, righthander, is proving class really
does pay off in the end.
Donovan, rated one of the top
pitchers in the American League,
got off to a disastrous start this
season and at one time had a 310
record. But he's won nine of his
lasl 11 derisions to squar,.
season record at 12 12 u.id
Wednesday night turned in on? of
th" top efforts of the year.
Donovan, 30, of Quincy, Mass.,
rtilched a five hittr (o ion
Frank Lary and the Detroit
Tigers, 10. He blanked the same
team on three hits last Saturday.
Donovan started out with the
Milwaukee Braves' chain In 1957
hut was acouired bp the White
Sox from Atlanta in 1955. He led
the American League pitchers in
percentage with .727 (16 6) las'
season and also tied for the most
25e Bank Night!
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- Also: -CHAIN
PLAYERS' CHOICE Mai Anderson went Into the United
States men's singles at Forest Hills the pick of the contestants.
The son of the Queensland cattle raiser with the all-court game
repelled teammate Ashley Cooper
20 Questions Tonight
In LA's Wrigley Field
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Carmen
Basilio and Art (Arrogant) Ara Ara-gon
gon Ara-gon play 20 Questions in Los
Angeles Friday night and the
first question quite naturally is
"Animal, vegetable or mineral?"
The categories work out some something
thing something like this:
Animal: Whether one tiger has
been built up too much and the
other tiger has been torn down
Vetegable: Whether Basilio, a
one-time onion digger, can prove
there is little difference between
carrots and carats.
Mineral: Whether all is gold
that glitters, what with Cali California's
fornia's California's "Golden Boy" carrying
the hopes of the Golden West in
an event promoted by Georg;
Parnassus, the Golden Greek, for
in Red; May Fold
TNTMAN APOT.TS Tnd. 1TJPI1
Organized baseball reached the
cross-road in this city of 500,000
todap when the home-owned Ind'. Ind'.-ananolis
ananolis Ind'.-ananolis Indians concluded another
American Association season in
Just, how much the Tribe fin fin-chH
chH fin-chH in (hp hole isn't known vet.
But thers won't be enough money
left in the till to repay the ni ni-cago
cago ni-cago White Sox a $50,000 loan
which made baseball possible here
Reports have been circulating
for weeks the team might fold un unless
less unless attendance picked up dras drastically.
United Press International
SYRACUSE, N.Y. Tony An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, 177 1-4. New York, outpent
ed Archie McBride, 184, Trenton,
Service Center Theatres
BALBOA 6:15 ti 8:20
"THE BRAVE ONE"
In Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Peter Finch Ian Hunter
"THE BATTLE OF THE
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"Captain Carey U.S.A.
"ALL AT SEA"
Brian Keith Mala Powers
In Cinemascope ft Color 1
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8:00
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
"THE BIG CARNIVAL"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
'Appointment with Danger"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"The Man Who Reclaimed
His Head" and Forbidden''
CAMP Wlltn 7:00
THE SHANGHAI STORY"
Owl Show 10:30 p.m.
In straight sets a year ago.
what shapes up as a lot of
Much At Stake
You'd have to say this is one
subject where all three caie
tones come into play. But I'd
nave to put the emphasis on the
conaition and abilities of "t h e
Jach has a great deal at stake,
what Willi Basiuo noping lor a xc
inaich and return shot at his for former
mer former middleweight crown agauui
Hay Robinson. Aragon, alter
lighting n u in p t y Uumpties tor
years nnally has hhs foot in the
There is a great deal of curi curiosity
osity curiosity in some quarters as u,
wueiher this will be the old Ba Basilio
silio Basilio in this one, the guy wou uma
six to land one and kepi u.ling
in even when struck wilh u.uws
which would have knocked the
bolts out of a truck. His last
dressing down, against Robinson.
was of such violence he needed
even more medical treatment
Art Is Confidant
Aragon, on the other hand, has
boxed a great many nonentities
in compiling a record of 81 vic victories
tories victories in 101 bouts. But he truly
can hit because it is something
of a feat to knock out 55 op opponents,
ponents, opponents, as he has, even if they
have chins of oriental crockery.
Aragon has approached this
bout in his usual maqner ar
rogantly his confidence bolster
ed by 15 straight victories.
"Half the time when I walk in
the r'lg the other fighter is so
scared he is a pushover," he
Ths bout, he will discover, does
not fall within that 50 per cent.
Carmen is the type, if the price
is right, who would wrap his
hands in pillows and fight an
Aragon armed with a lead pipe.
Which is why you have to take
him, either for onions or those
golden California potatoes.
CZ All-Stars In
The Labor Dy basketball clas
sic staged by the Escuela Aner.a
Abel Bravo No. 1 (Abel Bravo
School Annex) was won by the
Guafa'cheros de Colon in the Clau Claudia
dia Claudia Lowe Gymnasium of the Cole Cole-pio
pio Cole-pio Abel Bravo over the Canxl
Zone all-stars, 31-30, in one of the
tightest games ever held on the
The Colon youths were Inspired
by the return of their Player
coach, Professor Cerjlio Williams,
who recently obtained his Master's
Degree from the world famed
NotrP Dame Catholic University.
High scorers for the Guarache Guaracheros
ros Guaracheros were Hugo Amdeee 8, Rober Roberto
to Roberto Smith Contreras, Reynold Smth
and Alberto Hall with 6 points re
spectively and Patricio Harrison
with i .VThe excellent playmaking
nd guarding of th Antonio Qi
nones also aided the winners.
For the Zonians. Manuel Perez
and Samuel Morris Jr. with eight
points respectively, Johnny Tlatgt
with 6, Sasso 4 and Papon 3 weio
top scorers. They were eoached
by Manolo Castillo III.
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NAKED IN THE UN Jjl
For Pacific Siders
To Begin Sept. 16
Free classes- in navigation,
small boat handling, and safety
at sea will be offered to Pacific
Siders beginning Tuesday, Sep
tember 16, under tkfc aponiorshiW
01 tne unitea jiaie rower &quao
p.m. Sept. if in
ing 0602 Coros
Balboa Gasoline Station
ine course is aesignea ior peo
ple interested in pleasure boating.
Ownership of a boat is not oeces
sary. Classes will be held every
luesaay evemui, ana wut last two
nuurs ra'. it; aucn topics as equip
ment and Government Regulations,
Rules of the Nautical Road. Sea
manship, Safety Afloat, The M-
riner s Compass, Aids to Naviga Navigation,
tion, Navigation, Charts and Piloting, and Man
ners and Customs on Shipboard
wil be covered in about eleven sos
The Canal. Zjmf jinlt of the U.S.
P.S. has been offering free boating
courses to the public since the
local squadron was formed ten
years ago: There is no obligation
involved in taking the course, al
though many U. S. citizens" who
complete it become members of
the U. S. P. S, and take advanced
courses that are available to mem
The United States Power Squad
rons is a nationwide association
of pleasure boatmen dedicated to
the promotion of safety, good citi citizenship,
zenship, citizenship, and good fellowship a a-float.
float. a-float. In addition to other activi
ties it conducts a program ot in
struction in beating subjects lor
its members and others who are
interested in the water. The orga organization
nization organization was established in 1914
and today has more than 40.000
members in 234 squadrons
Fires Perfect Score
To Coo Rifle Crown
Marine Tech Sergeant Michael
Fietroforte won th National Tro
phv Individual Rifle Champion
ship Tuesday, Sept. 2, with a re
cord-bre.n'-ing perfect score of 250
with 23 Vs.
Pietroforte is the first man
the historv of the match, first fil
ed in 1903, to run up a perfect
Sergeant First Class Voss of the
U. 5.. Army Advanced Marksman
ship Unit. Fort Benning, Ga., fir
ed a 248 21 to finish second. Voss'
score was rood enouph to hreik
tho old mntch rerord of 246-27. set
list year bv another marine, Tech
Sereeant Paul Bailey. It. wasn't
pood enough, however, to Keep up
with pietro'orte's blazing nace.
AMU men also grabbed third,
fourth, fifth and sixth places to
ease somewhat the sting of losing
the top prize.
Tony Anthony Starts
With Victory In
SYRACUSE, N. Y. (UPI) -Tough
Tony Anthony today Jd
mitted there's a big difference
between the light heavyweight
and heavyweight ranks but
figured with a few more pounds
he could find his way in the un unlimited
limited unlimited Class.
The 23-year old New Iflbrker had
his streak of four straight knock
outs' end Wednesday night as he
took a split decision over Archie
McBride, 29, a Trenton, N. J.,
Anthony's first venture with the
big brawlers convinced him he'll
need more weight and more worx
before he's ready to mingle with
the headliners of the heavywpt
, i i- 4...:
ranKS, aunougn ne twice uu 'i
his heavier opponent. Anthony
figured to 184. for McBride.
Judge Harold McGrath scored
the nationally televised fight 6-4
in favm- of McBridge, a 3-1 under underdog.
dog. underdog. Referee Joe Palmer had it
5 rounds each with Anthony ahead
on points 7-5. Judge Dick Albino
had it 8 2 for Anthony. The Uniied
Press International scorecard had
it 5-4-1 for Anthony. Most sports sports-writers
writers sports-writers had Anthony winning it in
The final organization meeting
of Pacific Cosmopolitan mixed
Bowling League will be held Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening, Sepl. 3 at 7:30
p.m. on the second floor of Diablo
.All team captains or their re representatives
presentatives representatives should be present to
submit names of team members.
Meh and women bowlers interest interested
ed interested in joining the Cosmopolitan
Mixed League as regular memb memb-ers
ers memb-ers or substitutes art invited.
At 9:00 p.m.
LOS MO N ARC AS DEL AIRE
On the Screen:
"FLAME Of ISTANBUL"
'The Tougher They Come"
win be held
Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT
AMERICAN LEAGU I
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?V TODAY'S GAME
Kansas City at Detroi
Chicago at Cleveland (N)
Boston at Baltimore (N)
Washington at New York (N)
Chicago mm 101-4 l 5
Detroit 401 002 40r 11 18 n
Moore, Latman (SI Oualtnn
(5), Shaw (6), Lown (7), StaJey
(7) and Lollar; Bunnlng, Aguirre
(8) and Wilson. WP: Bunning fio
10). LP: Moore (9-6). HR: Harris
(16), Torgeson (7).
000 002 0002
000 000 0101
Terry (9-11) and Cfciti- Vetfrt
Score (8) and Nixon LP: McLish
(147). HR: Maris (24).
Boston 001 010 300-5
Baltimore 002 000 0002 3
Monbouquette. Wall f7) and
Daley; Pappas, Loes () and
Ginsberg. WP: Mounbouquette (2
4). LP. Pappas (9-8).
By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES (UPD-There'i
much more than meets the eye
in tonights night s 'battle of the
eyes" between Carmen Basilio
and Art (Golden Boy) Aragon at
Wrigley Field. ..
Because of th 15,000 bet on the
gate between persons allegedly
fronting for the two big rival
promoting factions m the fight
game, there's almost as much in interest
terest interest in the game as in the
winner, who will challenge Sugar
Ray Robinson for the middle
Mrs. Aileen Eaton, the straw
berry blonde who is making this
12-rounder the biggest pettycoat
promotion in ring history, stated
today, "We expect the gate to ap
proximate $235,000 and beajt the
gate for last month s Floycr Pat Patterson
terson Patterson Roy Harris heavyweight
Ex champion Basilio of Chit-
tenango, N. Y., is favored at 4-1
to trounce Aragon of Los Angces,
although Carmen is making bis
first start since he lost the 160 160-pound
pound 160-pound title to Robinson at Chicago
March 25. Basilio suffered such a
bady battered and puffed left eye
that he was hospitalized tem
Whether the eye will close again
under Aragon!s potent left hooas
is a big question.
Meanwhile, Aragon a "quick
bleeder" about the eye has
received special permission from
the California State Atnietic com
mission to use a sort of "new
skin" type of plastic paste thai
hardens to pretert nis Drows. ine
permission was granted Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday despite loud protests from
The bout, starting at 10 p. m.
e.d.t., will be televised and broad
cast nationally by NBC, but will
RIDES FIVE WINNERS
CLEVELAND (UPI) Jockey
John Rotz, Randall Park's lead
ing rider, booted nome rive
winners Wednesday. He was nosed
out of a sixth win in a photo
NAMED FENCING COACH
IOWA CITY, Iowa U(PI)
Charles Simonian, 33, has been
aDoointed fencing coach it me
University of Iowa. He formerly
served on the Fenn college
coaching staff at Cleveland.
KNICKS SIGN TWO
NEW YORK (UPn-The New
York Knickerbockers have signci
Richie Guerin and Brendan Mr
Cann to 1958-59 contracts. Guenn
was the fourth leading scorer tor
the National Basketball Associa Association
tion Association team last year with a 16.5
More Than Meets Eye
In Tonight's Battle
Of The Eyes' In LA
Teams y w i o,
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cH m t : .tt.
rr.ncitce 71 U
los Mattes r .--
TODAY'S GAME t
on rrancisco at Chicago
Cincinnati at Pbiiadelphfa ()
MUwauke. t Pittsburgh (N)
Los Angeles at St. Louis (N)
Y ESTER DA YT RESULTS
San Fee. goo 001 01SHJ 17 1
Lo...,Anele, -100 002 0003 S t
Miller (5-7) and Schmidt; Pr
gtarjfo HE: 63 Si
St. Louis 010 029 10O-4 11 1
Chicago 000 200 000-2 5 2
Jone (111) and Green; Hill Hill-man,
man, Hill-man, Phillips (8), Elston (8) and
S. Taylor. G: Hillman (4-7).
Milwaukee 020 030 000 49 12
Philadelphia 001 040 000 05 13
Burdette, Pizarro (5) and Crand
all; Semproch, Farrell (9) and
5?w?tkl'Hfan- W: Hwrro (5
ton (24)" (7'8)' HCovin
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh
(Postponed, rain). n 9
be Marked out within a -30 mil
radius of Los Aifjfeles.
As the fighters flnished training
at their respective camps today,
the vivacious Mrs. Eaton an an-nounred
nounred an-nounred the ticket sale is "'re'
mendous" an d predirted an at at-tendance
tendance at-tendance of more than 22,000.
Aileen is the spark plug of the
Aileen Cal Eaton, wife-fcusband
promoting team, which coupled
with matchmaker George Parnas Parnassus
sus Parnassus allegedly fronts for tho
International Boxing Club in
southern California. At least that's
the allegation made by promoter
Bill Rosen sohn, who staged the
Patterson Harris heavyweight
title fight at Wrigley Field Ami. ,i
18, with an attendance of 21.1380
and a gate of $234,113.
Made Public Bet
Rosensohn of Los Angeles al al-legedly
legedly al-legedly is the southern California
front man for Teleprompter Corp..
which televised the Patterson.
Harris ?ight to theaters through throughout
out throughout the United States and Canada,
end is generally regarded as the
new rival of the International r
Shortly bSore th, Patterson Patterson-Harris
Harris Patterson-Harris fight was staged, there
was so much debate as to whether
is was a more attractive fight for
Los Angeles than the Basilio Basilio-Aragon
Aragon Basilio-Aragon bout that the rival pro promoters
moters promoters made a public bet on the
Whichever outfit wins the het
tht loser's $5,000 check will go te
charity to the City of Hope
Elliott 'Felt Lazy
2nd Fastest Mile
LONDON (UPI) One of these
mornings Herb Elliott is goinp to
get up on the right side of the
bed then look out! That's the'
day he probably will run a 3:59
The Australian cinder streaker
ran the second fastest mile in
history at White City Stadhint
Wednesday 3J55.4 and then
apologized for not making better
time because he wa s "feeling
lazy" when he got out of bed.
Elliott's time, his 10th rob,tour-H
minute mile in as many attempts
this year, was less than a second
off his record 3:54.5 romp at -Dublin
Aug. 6. r
Elliott didn't think the heavy,'
atmosphere end damn track hid
anything to do with hit not
breaking bis own mark.
It's just that sometimes you
wake up feeling good' and some sometimes
times sometimes you feel not so good," h
explained. "This mornlns was one
of those not so good mornings
jsiiiu s speea forced two other
challengers to eraek tMe fouis-
minute time in the invitational
race. In an attempt to overtake
the speedy Aussie. Brian Hewsnh
of Britain was clocked in 3:58 9
and Zigmnnd Orywal of Poland
streaked across the finish line in
3:59.4. Britain's Derek Ibbotson,
who holds the recognized mile 1
mark of 3:17.1 was fourth in four
points per game average.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1958
TIB PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItf NEWSPAPER
ffWide Open Mile And One-Eighth Test Tops
KUOO-OOUN 1 KT Members of the flrst and only women's soccer teem in Italy stop lively
under the watchful eye of their coach getting in condition in the open country outside of
Naples. Other squads ate being formed to five these snappy girls some stiff competition.
Race Track Graded Entries
it Rice 7th Series Imp- Fgs. Purst $400.00
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Pool erases 1:00
i Da gon
3-Del Vecino --'
C. Delgado 102x Nothing to rtconjlmend
B. Baeia 108 Last doesn't count
V. Castillo U5 Last was revealing
H. Gustines 113 -Returns in good shape
F. Justihiani 103 Ran well in last.
J. Ulloa 112 Always dangerous
A. Credidio 100 Must go lower
tnd Race Special I mo. Fi. Pur'O J650.00
?nd RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 POcas Pilchas V. Castillo ili Cou'd score again
2 Maese H. Gustines U3 Usually fractions
SSkoll A. Perez 09 Showing improvement
4 Pan Tostado B, Ba'eza HO Reportedly ready
5 Campagnard R. Vasque 115 Ran well last week
Deungalope R. Cruz llOx Distance should hlep
7 Mi Locura C,. Bovil 111 Rates good chance
Manuela Pedr. r. Alvarez 111 Better this time
Pool Closes 1:10
EVEN I The Crabs'
j.v Hi f ryers
S,i The sanurs
lo t mat Drives
KOBBE'S ARNAV LtAOWt
Nine Scheduled To Go
In President Remon
Nine third series imported thoroughbreds will
match strides in tomorrow's $650 nine furlong main
event at the President Remon racetrack.
Surumeno and Narcotico, second and third res respectively
pectively respectively last weekend, will probably go off the mu mu-tuels
tuels mu-tuels favorites. j
ast time out, appear to be out-
sseu in this group.'He will hayc
his favorite rider, Fernando Alva Alvarez,
rez, Alvarez, in the saddle. Distingo, anoth another
er another rank outsider, will be booted
by Andres Gonzales.
Golazo, the only bonafide long long-shot
shot long-shot on the Labor Day holiday
program, would pay an even juiti
er win dividend if he should agiln
surprise here. He is racing wey
Also scheduled to start in the
mile and one-eighth gallop are Can
terina, Pquiro. Playboy, Germa Germa-aio,
aio, Germa-aio, Silver Heels, Distingo and Go
Surumeno and Narcotico ,wre
second and third in that order be
hind. Al Justo in their last 'tmim
waile Silver Heels wound up thiid
behind Perdulano am cur
her last start. The others hayt
all performed miserably in their
most recent races.
Surumeno will be ridden by ca cagey
gey cagey Chilean rider Julio Rodriguez
while week-armed Hector Ruiz will
fa aboard the speedy Narcotico.
Silver Heels will have slumping
jockey Heliodoro (Papito) Gusli
1 u 1.31..
r i nes in uie sauuic.
The track's leading rider, Brast-
U i:. t ...til i1lA ranlr nutcid.
AU l UO ducm, wm( jutyc
Crabs 1 Hi Flyars 1
8 Oobe Fija
10 Mi Cautlva
B: Aguirre 109
H. RUIZ 108
trd Race- "F" Natives
S Fgs. rse $375.00
Fool Closes 2:00
1 Don. Pastor
k4th Raeo "O"
r: 'art' ;?S
2- Vilma P
S. Caryajal 105. -iWent kme itf aht' : 41
F. Sanchez lOOx -Dubious ride in last" l
B.'BaezalW Jockey should decide EVEN
J. Jimerie 108 Hard to beat here 2-1
A. Gonzales 100 Last .doesn't count 3-1
A. Credidio ;H0 -Refuses at break 11
Natives S F9s. Purse $375.00
t . iffMr tow 'ft t sJr t tv",
J. Phillips 112 -Distance to liking
F". Alvarez 108 v Could score again
C. Qui r os lOOx Not with this rider
A. Loi-Tess JOOx Good early speed
B. Baeza 108 Jockey should help
A. Gonzales 110 Depends- on start
F. Sanchez lU'r Could surprise
Pool Closes 1:30
Tne Crabs immediately after
their last bdwlihg session, unani
mnuslv declared a vote of confid
5-1 1 eiSce to the cellar occupants, who
li assis.ea ine rapa, oy -j"'i
on tne rmspnners oui ui
place, and enabled the Craba to
take over t ha spot.
fit course, the Craba helped
! themselves considerably by down
ingvtht third place. Hi Flyers or
a, ihree to one count. Leon Smith
and Doc HoUfleld were a pair oi
Crab; t;ia.cl3WfV' t.n- most pns
for' their team with Ml ad 515
serie;. For the losing Hi Flyers,
J3U1 Bathhurit and Ralph TunstiU
turned in 502 and 500 to the league
T Poor S FIrisaJlttors 1
The Foiir, reaUng isv the cellar
splintered the Pinsplitters in thrieO
out of four points, and dumped
the latter team ui tif th leader leadership.
ship. leadership. Princes Paricia Carter
was the thorn in the sides of the
above his head in this group, ac
cording to the opinion of the ex experts.
perts. experts. The secondary attraction will b ?
a return meeting between two o(
the track's most promising young
stars the three-year-old Britisn
colt Bright Spur and the stout
hearted four yer-oM C'loan M M-"
" M-" Evening Star. In their first mee
' Bright Spur trounced Evening
or Canterina. Apolinar Reyes Htos Star but there are many who feel
will handle Oie reins on Paqu'ro. jthat Evening Star was not her
a horse tnat couia oe an upspnei -. usuai i.
because of the distance. Playboy
also partial to the distance, vul
be ridden by newcomer Carlos
Farmer, a highly rated Chilean
(iermamo, an easy winner nis
Besides the abovementioned
pair, the good racers Sputnik, Xm
tullari and Joselito are included in
the five-horse field that will go
in the seven furlong dash for fourth
series imported racers.
To Ted Williams
NEW YORK (UPI) If Pete
Runnels of the Red Sox wins the
American League batting crown,
be says most of the credit should
go to one man teammate Ted
"Ted has given me more help
with my hitting than anyone else
since i ve been in baseball, Kun-
nets declares. "If there's someone
Who knows more about hitting,
I've never met him.
, "He's really the master. Never
misses a trick. Show you what I
mean. A few days back we were
playing Detroit and that left hand -er
(Hank) Aguirre was pitching
for them. Ted faced him first,
then came back and told me, 'He's
keeping the ball Inside. Stand
away from the plate a bit more
and the ball will be just where
you like it Sure enough, the "nail
came exactly where Williams said
it would and I got a base hit.
"Another time against Cleve Cleveland,"
land," Cleveland," Runnels went on, "Ted
told me I wis goin t" t no-v.
ing but fast balls and that's what
it was. I could go on le iiug ;j
things like that for hours."
Williams also helped in many
other ways, according to the 30
year-old Red Sox second-baseman.
"He's always got a word of en encouragement
couragement encouragement for you," Runnels
said, knocking a clump of dirt out
from between his spikes, "and the
thing he's forever drumming home
is don't swing at bad balls."
With the Senators last y-iar.
Runnels hit only .230; -right now
he's 90 points above the figure
and pressing Harvey Kuenn oi De
troit for the crown.
Dropping by Gene Leone's mid-1 The practice of lip tattooing
mum antmasro atelier, we found i for identification coincided with
ORIOLES TAKE ADAIR
BALTIMORE, Md. (UPD-The
Baltimore Ono'ps hiive s'"nM
shortstop Kenneth Jerry Adair,
21, to a contract "substantially
above the old $4,000 bonus limit."
Adair batted 43R "or r" '"'ioma
State University last season.
By Conrado Soigeant
Hard -riding Braulio Baeza, replaced Vicente Vasquez as the
trainer or xistullari.
Hector Marino Ruiz is again
officially listed as the owner owner-trainer
trainer owner-trainer of Luciano and Zarpazo.
These hones were returned to
Marino Ruiz after a few days in
the stable of Jose (Tito) Sitton.
Ocala Miss will race under the
colors of the Stud Barpenh in
the future. Hugo de la Penha is
in charge of training the disap disappointing
pointing disappointing American bred chest chestnut
nut chestnut mare.
A modern racing plant, which
will replace ancient Knutsford
Park, is under construction at
Caymanas, eight miles outside
The S2.000.000 up-to-date
track will have an automatic
totalisator with the Indicator
board In the center-field, a
parade ring, stable area, car
parks and a polo field. The
track itself will have a racing
cushion of sand and loam.
The oval shaped course will
have a quarter mile homestretch,
two furlongs from the last bend
to the finishing line. Racing will
cease at Knutsford Park at the
end of the Christmas meeting
which runs into January of 1959.
It will be resumed at Caymanaa.
Park, the name of the new track,
for the 1959 Easter meeting.
According to persistent rumors.
President Remon rce track
handicapper Petronllo Alonso
will soon resign the post to be become
come become manager of the Spanish
Bazaar (Bazar EsDaftol). If A A-lonso
lonso A-lonso quits, he would be replaced
by youthful Roberto "Bob" dTsv
who seems destined to break ev
ery local jockey record, has an another
other another highly rated Chilean new newcomer
comer newcomer to deal with beginning
next week. He la Carlos Farmer,
who was scheduled to make his
local debut in the ninth race a -board
distance loving Playboy,
but will not be able to do so be because
cause because he Is suspended In Peru.
Farmer was reportedly second
behind Gulllermo Silva in the
jockey standings at the San Fe Felipe
lipe Felipe racetrack In Lima, Peru, up
to the time of his arrival on the
Two impressive Peruvian Peruvian-bred
bred Peruvian-bred four-year-old colts, Lati Latino
no Latino and Cleron, are being read readied
ied readied to make their local debut
soon. The colts were imported
from Peru by Carlos Alejandro
Latino is a bay son of Quaker
State-Ayadicha. Cleron is by
Ayacucho II out of Terry.
Martlet, a three-year -old Eng English
lish English colt, is the only newcomer
scheduled to make his debut this
weekend. This bay son of Par-dal-Court
Guide is owned by the
Stud Chirlqui ard trained by So So-tero
tero So-tero Rudas. He is entered to go
in Sunday's second race and will
most likely go off the mutuels
Julio Verne and Mar Bravo,
formerly owned by the Stud Con Contractor
tractor Contractor and trained by Isaac
(Maestro Oustines, were sold
this week. Both will be trained
by Juan Olea, but Julio Verne was
acquired by the Stud Chang
while Mar Brave's new owner is
Chulpa reappears Sunday after
a prolonged layoff as the prop property
erty property of the Stud Pura Sangra
i" 1th Joaquin Him as tier new
trainer.... Alfredo Smith hasGuardia, it has been reported.
tv Pestana helped Pat
Ken Collins conked out 516. For
Sth Race "B" Natives 7 Fat Purse $450.00 Fool Close 1:00 the Splintered Pinsplit ers, anchor
man Joe uaioia posted xa ana
2 1 Lee Strode had a 505.
the gentleman in a quandary:
Now that he had become a prom
inent figure in steeplecha$e rac racing,
ing, racing, would ho have to dress like
F. Ambroae Clark?
"The tweeda I can go for. (E (E-ven
ven (E-ven the fancy stain Weskits.) But
the square English bowler. .
well, I'm radi I'm not the type
1 mild reproach.Mt was 'men 'mentioned
tioned 'mentioned this was small enough
price to pay for his newly attain-
fho Z Trtain c rcumstaes the w wuldn' e to get him
that in certain circumstances me nr.n.inorf
Pinsplitter keglers, When she post-j true spoKgm an must wiunw ; "Iv StThJ
ed a whooping series of fLraaATl")! rap against him. ."That's the
wi n aee ana. me iaig f. .
Pounditout's yearlinghood, and we
Were told he1 was the second thor thoroughbred
oughbred thoroughbred in the nation whose
lineage was thus safeguarded. Dis Discovery
covery Discovery may have been the first.
Both were on Al Vanderbilt's
furm at the time, and that s
where it started.
It Wh Good Fun
Pounditout was never destined
to be in such exalted company a a-gain.
gain. a-gain. For a while it looked as if
2 Linda Susy
H. Gustines 1081 Back in top form
E. Dari'o 108 -Always dangerous
A. Credidio 110 Sharpened for this 3 1
A. Reyes R. 108 Rates good chance too 4 1
J. Rodriguez 113 Hrd to beat here 8 2
th Race e Series Imp. Fs. Pwe $400.00 Pool Closes 1:40
1st RACE OF THE DOUBLE
Nothing to indicate
iTinv Brook L. Tunor
2 Jai Alai tl S. Carvaial 111 -Would pay nice
3 Oro Purito B. Baeza 113 Impressive win last
4- ,.-.r? G. Sanchez 110 -Should beat these
5 i'l'o B. v.gMrro "R Nothing in months
6 lulio Verne J Avila 115 Dangerous contender
7 Blue Zulu A. Gonzales 102 Always close up
Saburs 4 Hotrod
The Saburs continued topnotch
kegling in sweeping their match
in a very convincing, manner a a-galhst
galhst a-galhst the Ho Rods, who are flirt flirting
ing flirting wi h the cellar. The Saburs
with a 509 scratch and 575 handi handicaps.
caps. handicaps. Ed Sack was close by with
a 565 tet, and his boss ladv. Gwen
came up ith a 513 total. The Hot
"And what if he should win the
Grand National in England next
spring, and, improperly attired,
you were summoned to the roy royal
al royal box to receive the cup? It
might even mean war."
A dreamy look suffused Mr.
Leone's features. ."You know,
the way he's been going, he could
do It, too."
Unless you were able to pene penetrate
trate penetrate the thick effluvium of la lavender
vender lavender and old lace and the
ghostly images of Lillian Russell
and Diamond Jim Brady, stan
dard props in Saratoga publicity
7th Re. 5th Series Imp.
7 Fgs. V $500.00
,ir THE DOUBLE
Pool Closes 4:10
10 i Rods were handicapped bv hav
5-2 ing; two rods Jnissing, leaving the jt may still be news to you that
i Tnfmi cian nomg an -ne worr, pounditout Jr. scored twice con-
wi'.h Damsel Dee outpointing her Secutively over the jumps in the
meet just ended.
'And in one of these he ran
man Tom 518 to 48S,
Cucarachas 1 Final Drive 1
1 Baranoa H. Gus ines 102 Early speed only
2 Recife V. Castillo il3 Dangerous this time
3 Caracoles; R Vasquez 115 Form indicates
4 Venganza' B : 4 Distance to liking
5 Aviadora F: Sanchez 105x Would surprise
v-Guindado A. Reyes.R. 105 Won easily last time
7 Joe Fiddling G. Sanchez 113 Early speed only
8 Mariema C. Delgado 102x Hasn't show much
The Cucarachas, received 46
s icks in the handicap column for
a-1 every ?ame. However this did not
H,.i save them in the opening round.
8th Race 0th Soriet Imp.
7 Fgs. fcreo $400.00
1 Lucky Test H. Gustines 106 Ran well in last
2 Gcah Ml R. Cruz 97x Wide, open rac
3 Fudge Girl V. Cas illo 113 Rates chance too
4 Rutilan E, Alvarez 115 Serious effort her
5 Mich---io: 1. -d legr hlmper
6 Camberwell A. Gonzales 10$ Would pay juicy odds
th Race 3rd Series Imp. Fg-. $410.00
1 Capterina B. Baeza 108 Not even with Baeza
2 Paquiro A. Reyes.R. 105 Rates fair chance
S Play Boy ( ,F s Distance to liking
4 German! F,. Alvarez 105 Not against thest thest-Setlvor
Setlvor thest-Setlvor Heels H. G 'stines 105 -Distance suits stple
--Distingo A. Gonzales 110 Usually close up
7 Narcotico .. H. Ruiz 104 Runs distance well
8 Surumeno J. Rodriguei US Mutuels favorite
9 Golazo A. Credidio 105 Must go lower
1 A . .L i .
5j am airer me opener rnose 4 pins
15-1 came in migh'y handy, and car car-15
15 car-15 i ried 'hem to a i to 1 vic'ory over
the Final Drive. The two mem-
'bets o' the Cncarfchas who ous ous-Fol
Fol ous-Fol Closet 4:40. i e-i the most trouble to the Final
Drives was a guy by the name of
'"' ' H W.' afld'- Vlt.
T-nrali But'ers, with a. smooth
''Hp Final Drive' annhnr
pants off a good steeple-chaser
owned by Mrs. Ogden Phipps," a
somewhat inelegant figure of
speech, which aroused concern
that Mr. Leone may not be quite
ready for the regal rituals at
Aintree. Reference to the chart,
however, confirmed the decisive decisiveness
ness decisiveness of the resu,f. Mrs. Phip1'
colors were distanced by 16
lengihs in a hallowed $4500 claim
Fa mow Unknown
Pounditout Jr., is, of course, a
son of the frustrated sway back
man. which was raised, brought to the
' e o' Ms three "f a Vint oaten. nd!make it on a ouiM nroeram. pi-
Pool ciosot5:15 1",K"r nnocr me sow serai cn quo- tner, rigged or oinerwise.
'Jo i Bob Ma'hias. sorted out wl'h two! ra;e8 and bank rolled by o
nVmWMt, hut the roof cavp-t in j sports department along wi h a
'the h-t game, and he was depriv-ieral outsiders, who' could nev
a. W he did attain 549 in
4-1 j Too Mm Colleqe
nt In "4,
Claims Ciiy Bush
CHICAGO (UPI)-Former Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cbs nUcher Guv B"b, He
ccp. lded 'or fans' four leaf
c'overs to anap a losing streak
H tn in. a Pullman beaioe
he djdn't know how to work the
berl,, said' today "oo mnv college
bo- y?r in the maiors.
"Thev iust don'f hav mv
color.'' he saW. "They play I'kc
iUv'r prpf trav nn1
11th Rate oth Series Imp. 4 Fgs, Purse $400.00 Fool Closet 4:05 iif"""' C "n flnnl HniW"."
1 Bush said the rilsver' lark of
r. Atvare: -:oi booj enqugn 23 1 M" Ms'asm wss spreading to the
i. i i iu inn canj Mt-rn ta-i
10th Race 4th Soriet Imp. 7 Fgs. Purs. StOO.OO Pool Closes 5:40
1 Bright Spur mrp Could get up aguin
2 Joselito A. Credidio 108 Back in good form
S-Xistullari H. Gustines m -Could be upsetter
4 Sputnik B. Aguirre 110 Ran 1:12 for six
5 Evening Star A. Vasquez 113 f-i fiflht to finish
A. Perez m Could snrorise 3'
H. Gustines 106 f.aFt doesn't count 3-1
G. 'Sanchez 108 -Not against these i 25 v
B. Baeza 113 "sure thing" 12
' ' '-r ;
Natives Fs. Furso SIOO.OO Pool Closet
F. Justiniani I02x -Not against these
A. Credidio 105 Distance to liking
B. Baeza 114 -Should bp nmnerup
A. Vasquez 120 -Excluded from betting
."Everybody's trying to make it
n Jitt' 'n'cf P,pr? ho e-H. "V
m? he a bit nicer socially', at
thst but only to a cnM?, Ho
11 years, winning li-aO of thn.
,r rtt-r he-gel for t,ps
TOlif lsif 'if4aio .- -V ''
XXX. '-tics 31 in the 1329 series.
very least that s wrong with
him," -snapped a well-known train
er who consented to inspect him
in the barn.
"You guys can waste your mon money
ey money on the bum, uul not m yi, .''
saying which, n n-had
had n-had once handled Derby horses
and possibly was spoiled) speed speedily
ily speedily vanished.
The late Frank Kearns saddled
him for his first race and bet $20
across the board. ."This thing
hasn't a chance but it's impor important
tant important (to the pxi8tnce of racine, to
It was good fun. just the same,
and we hated to give him up. .
but not to the extent that we went
out of our way to dissuade Mr.
Leone when he volunteered to
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Junior now 5, has won both on
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while he had bea'en no Count
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as it is, makes his pop look like
a dray horse, which, if candor
must prevail, he probably was,
or, with competent training, could
Nevertheless, junior will never
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name him and more 'than 30,000
suggestions were sent in. Some
from foreign land-. Consequently,
he was the best-known beginner
racing has ever aeen.
He never won, indeed, never
came close, yet never lacked sup support
port support in any race he started (one
he wen' off the favorite) and
when, with money running out,
we finally retired him, sentimen sentimental
tal sentimental followers protes'ed, by mail,
phone and in person.
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FOR RENT: Modern two story
residence. 5 bedrooms. Hot wa water
ter water installation. Properly screen screened.
ed. screened. San Francisco de la Caleta
9th. Street No. 39. $175.00.
Miguel Hive Tel. 3-4844.
FOR RENT: Pent-house on
Avenida del Peru and 29th Street
house number 29-28. Telephone
3-7400 National Brewery. Three
bedrooms, diningroom, two room
for servants, terrace, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment hall. othe. facilities. Price
$250.00 per month.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
with baths, garage. Appropiate for
family or business. Phone 3-6167.
FOR RENT: Furnished house at
two blocks of Panama Hilton, two
bedroom, living, diningroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, garage, maid's room. Via
Etpafta final on side of Radio
Miramar, white house.
Basilio 4-to-1 Favorite
To Win Comeback Start
By JACK CUDDY
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 5 (UPD
--Ex-champion Carmen Basilio
is favored at 4-1 to win his
comeback start tonight against
Art (Golden Boy) Aragon in a
TV 12-rounder that may set a
new California gate record of
more than $235,000.
Champion Sugar Ray Robin Robinson
son Robinson has promised to defend his
middleweight crown against the
winner In January or February
If he doesn't retire.
When craggy-afced Basilio
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FOR RENT: Modern furnished
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services. San Francisco 86 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment in Bella Vista
Ave. Mexico 69 near 43rd.
Street Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, completely furnished
in 45th St., Nr.. 2-213, Bella
Vista, information next door.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living diningroom,
Wuhan, laundry, maid's room,
garage, Alberto Navarro Street
No. 53. El Cangrejo, call tele telephone
phone telephone 2-0350
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment with light and gas, in Vis Vista
ta Vista Hermosa. Tel. 3-3589.
FOR RENT: Well furnished 2
f-odroom apartment, Campo Ale Ale-ore.
ore. Ale-ore. Befori noon call Panama
2-2110, after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290.
FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedrooms apartment, living din dining
ing dining room, cool and comfortable.
Via Porras No. 46.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Tel. 3-2978.
squares off against swartny,
blackhalred Aragon of Los Ange Angeles
les Angeles at Wrigley Field, 10 p.m.
(EDT), 9 p.m. Panama time,
their duel of left-hooker will
be televised and broadcast na nationally
tionally nationally by NBC.
There'll be a TV blackout on
a radius of 300 miles from the
Cal and Aileen Eaton, the husband-wife
promoting team, ex expect
pect expect a crowd of more than 21,000
for this match between Basilio of
Chittenango, N.Y., probably the
world's most popular fighter to today,
day, today, and the very unpopular Ar Aragon.
agon. Aragon. Tickets range from $5 to
"Arrogant Art" thrives on un
popularity as did ex-heavywelght
champion Jack Sharkey back in
the 1930's. The fansparticularly
Los Angeles Mexicans come by
the thousands to see him get
Aragon, 30, alienated the Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans early in his career by an announcing
nouncing announcing "I'm pure Spanish
not Mexican." And he rankled
other followers of the sweet sci
ence by his "wrestling-villain"
conduct in the ring and his es
capades outside It.
But his unpopularity paid off
and made him the "Golden Boy"
to the tune of nearly $2,000,000
in gates during his 14-year ca career.
reer. career. He turned professional at
16. He is the greatest drawing
card in California ring history.
Basilio, 31, is making his first
start since he lost the 160 pound
crown to Robinson by a split de decision
cision decision at Chicago, March 25. In
that tight. Carmen suffered such
a gorily closed left eye that he
spent nine days at Chicago's!
Wesley Memorial Hospital for
Peace of Mind
as little ag
$ 4.00 Monthly
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR
NTCftNAI. nt PI1RI II Af'lflNIOS No. 3
BARDO No. 21 "B" Street a) MORRISON
at FARMACIA LUX 184 Central Avenue
t ARMACIA VAN DFR-JIS 50 Street No.
ATHIS Beside the Sella Vista Theatre
FOR SALE: Dodge 1955, good,
condition, duty paid. Tel. 3 3-7186,
7186, 3-7186, $850.00.
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin
Healey Roadster $2,650, call
Rodman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1956 Oldsmobilo,
4 doors, hardtop, hyd., radio,
w w tires, color Ivory over light
blue $1,800.00, $600.00 down
24 months to pay. Today's beset
buy. See jack Weir, Smoot b
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4 door
1956, low mileage, clean, one
owner, leaving. $1,300. Tel. 2 2-3405.
3405. 2-3405. C. Askew.
FOR SALE: 1951 HydromaHc
Chevrolet. Excellent condition,
new battery, radio, 2 new tires.
$350.00 cash or $100 down.
Tel. 6-407. House 287-1, Gam Gam-boa,
boa, Gam-boa, FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door
sedan 60 Special "Fleetwood"
1957. Green and Black. Just like
new. Telephone 719 Colon.
House No. 10.091 9th Street.
FCR SALE: Opel 1955, duty
paid, excellent condition. Tel.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door Sedan Deluxe, less than
4000 miles. Will sacrifice, best
reasonable offer. House 765 Apt.
12. Phone Balboa 2-1515. s
Chevrolet, Plymouth, Ford $9. $9.-95
95 $9.-95 All others $12.95. Free ins installation.
tallation. installation. Tivoli Motors at Tivoli
Crossing. Tel. 2-4222.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Cata Cata-lina
lina Cata-lina hardtop coupe V-8, engine,
hydramatic, power brakes, radio,
two tones paint, like new tires,
tinted glass and ether Deluxe
features. Immaculate throughout,
piiced very reascnablc. Tel. 2 2-2472.
2472. 2-2472. Bilbos.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 2
door hardtop, excellent condition.
Leather upholstery. $1 175. Can
be financed. Phone Panami 3-
FOR SAL: Nash 600, good
paint, good tires, gaod transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384,
FOR SALE: 1953 Chevrolet,
Bel-Air, two doors, sedan, radio,
first class condition. Tel. 2-1784.
FCR SALE: Chevrolet 1954,
two doors, sedan. Bel-Air, two
tones, radio, ww tires, standard
shift.. $875.00. Tel. 2-4149.
FOR SALE: 1953 Hillman se sedan,
dan, sedan, excellent condition, before
noon call Panama 2-2110, after
noon call Panama 3-3290.
FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac Ca Ca-talina,
talina, Ca-talina, 13.000 miles, sedan.
Phone Albrook 5197 after 4
Disagree On Ike's
'Part Time' Job
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
chairmen of the Democratic and
Republican national committees
a both against "dirty campaign campaigning."
ing." campaigning." But they disagree over
whether it's "dirty" to call Presi President
dent President Eisenhower a "part time
Democratic Chairman Paul M.
Butler and GOP Chairman Meade
Alcorn yesterday signed a "code
of fair campaign practices" which
! win be presented candidates of
pari ips seeking o.'fice this
It pledges signers to condemn
personal villification, whispering
campaigns, stanrier, miseprosent
tions, appeals based on race,
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
In the matter of the adoption of Ll Ll-lia
lia Ll-lia Williams, a Minor vs. James Wll Wll-I
I Wll-I Hams, Defendant. No. 4723, Civil Clta-
To James Williams
You are hereby required to appear
before the United Slates District Court
for the pistrlcl of the Canal Zone. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof,
m Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 17th day
of October. 19S8 at t o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. then and there
In show cause. If any you have, why
Ricksford D. Bavley & Dolores V. Bay Bay-lev
lev Bay-lev should not proceed with the hear hearing
ing hearing of his petition for the adoption of
the above-named minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F Crowe. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14th day of August. USS.
Sara de la Pefla
Clerk of Court
By Lois E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To James Williams:
The foregoing citation is aerved up upon
on upon you by publication pursuant to tne
order of the HONORABLE Guthrie T.
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated the 14th day of August. 1SSS, and
entered and filed In this action in the
office of the Clerk of the United Stales
District Court, Balboa Division on the
14th day of August, 1958.
Sara de la PeAa
Clerk of Court
By'aLnls I Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 13-37 "H
Lottery Play, m I ASA XALTftfl I enlral
4th of July Ave. & J St. a LEWIS SERVICE A
a HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fro. de le Ossi
53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parn
COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Guerrero No. 14,221.
FOR SALE: Long playing
records with 50 discount,
classic and popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, Calle 37 No. 6-A.
FOR SALE. Completely rebuilt
HD-5 ALLIS CHALMERS tractor
with Bulldozer, F. Icaia y Cia.
Ave. Justo Arosemena.
FOR SALE: Complete eejjip eejjip-ment
ment eejjip-ment for miking concrete blocks.
Excellent condition. Good daily
output. Accept beat offer be before
fore before Sept. 20th. Call 2-484C.
FOR SALE: Wonderfull restau restaurant
rant restaurant $1.00. For leaving country
Tel. 3-0710. Night 3-6991.
FOR SALE: Boys 26" inch bike
horn and light $8. Tel. Panama
37th St. No. -A
New shipments every week.
Open Thursdays and Saturdays
Nite until :M p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR AN
RECORD YOU WISH.
The Magic Super Seasoner
Available now in the
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe Taught by
will be resumed in October.
Registration dates to be
August IS to Sept. 15
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and information
Tel, Panama 2-0552
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and delnxe hotel
leave evory Tues. and Fri.
Tel. Panama 3-1661
tbo first and only
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
155 Central Ave.
With built-in Universal
creed, or nationality and other
At a joint news conference, Al Alcorn
corn Alcorn said Democrats would vio violate
late violate the code by calling Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower a "part-time president" be because
cause because it was not a truthful state statement.
ment. statement. Butler disagreed. He sid Demo Democrats
crats Democrats would keep trying to per persuade
suade persuade the American people that
the charge was true.
PROVIDENCE, R. -. (UPI) (UPI)-The
The (UPI)-The Workmen's Compensation
Commission has turned down
Herve T. Milette's petition for
benefits for an injury suftered
while laying checkers on Mi
"It is difficult to see where a
game of checkers during the noon
hour could be called in any way
an accident of his employment,"
said Commissioner Donald A.
STREET, PANAMA L1BRER1A PRECIADO 7 Street No. 13 o
Ave 45 LOURDES PHARMACY-182 La Crr.,uill. o FARM)!
RVICE Ave. Tivott No. 4 FARMACIA EST ADOS UN1DOS-M9 C
de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMT
ne Lefevre 7 Street a F
FOR SALE: Maple settee and
table, Chinese cheat, new waffle
iron. New kitchen knife set.
Misc., lamps crystal and ether
items, leaving, must sell. House
1553-B, Salsa Street, Balboa.
REFRIGERATOR Nine cu. ft.
Weatinghouse. New 60-cyele
unit. $60. 04 IS Venado Street
FOR SALE: 1 Vanity and bench
$35.00, St. Jude Building 2381,
Rio Aba jo Street 4-A.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 9 cu cubic
bic cubic feet full with freexer tap.
Seed running condition. Very
clean and attractive. Philce $85..
Phene Panami 3-1648.
FOR SALE: 12 cubic foot up upright
right upright Hotpoint freexer. Excellent
condition, $295.00. Quarters
61-B, Albrook AFB. Phene 3209.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Really Beautiful modern Rattan
living and diningroom set
Pagoda style. Spinet piano. Phone
Coco Solo 708. House 236-P.
FOR SALE: 3 piece living room
set, mahogany, $100. 6418 Dos
Bocas, Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Natural eeler grass
rugs. 2262 Carr Street, Balboa.
Phone.. Balboa 2444.
FOR SALE: Piane. Goad con condition.
dition. condition. And also other house household
hold household furniture. House No. 30-D.
Coco Solito. Phone 8055.
FOR SALE: At Sabanas, "Club
X". Let of land, 26x43 square
meters with 3 houses centructed
on property. Enough space for
mora construction. Write Libre Libre-ria
ria Libre-ria Praciade, Box 71, Panama.
FOR SALE : Apartment buildinj
"San Jose", Rio Abaje No. 2192,
Enquire same building, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1.
FOR SALE: The last let of
150 mts2 to 1.00. Others of
450 to $1.00 rah. 2. Near to
the Rio Abajo Curch. Pawn Shop
Stanxiela. 16 Wast. Tal. 2 2-1155.
1155. 2-1155. FOR SALE: Let en corner ef I. I.-S0O
S0O I.-S0O mts.2 In front to the
church of Rio Abajo. Pawn Shop
Sfanziola, 16 West. Phone 2 2-1155.
1155. 2-1155. LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMEBIC A
District Court Eor
The District of The Canal Zone
Division of Balboa
Merl S. Pratt, Plaintiff vs. Ardella R.
Pratt, Defendant. Summons Case No.
471S Civil Docket 21 Action for divorce
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the comolalnt filed in the
above-entitled action within ninety days
after the first date of publication.
In case of your failure to ao appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for the relief
demanded in the complaint.
witness tne nonoraoie uui
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
ithis August SO, 195S.
Sara aa m refto
BysLols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Ardella R. Pratt:
The foregoing summons is served un
on you by publication pursuant to the
oraer or tne Honorable uutnrie
Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated August IS. 1SSS, and entered and
filed in this action in the office of the
Clerk of aald United States District
Court for the Division of Balboa,' on
August IS, 1958
Sara de la PeAa
By s l.ols E. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
, Balboa Division
In the matter of the adoption of En Enrique
rique Enrique Valentino Miller and Delano Eml Eml-lio
lio Eml-lio Miller, Minors vs. Cliffton Syprell
Miller, Defendant No. 4729, Civil Cita Citation.
tion. Citation. To Cliffton Syprell Miller
You are .hereby reauired to annear
before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Division, at the Courtroom thereof,
in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the 17th day
of October. 19SS at 9 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day, then and there
to show cause, if any you have, why
Nathaniel Pailln should not nroeeed
with the hearing of his petition for the
adoption of the above-named, minor.
WITNESS, the HONORABLE Guthrie
F. Crowe, Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, this 14th day of August. 195.
Sara de la Pen.
Clerk of Court
By s Lais I. HMSJisea
Chief Deputy Clerk
To Cliffton Svr-e" Miller
The foregoing citation la served upon
vou bv DuoUeatlon nurauant to the or
der of the HONORABLE Guthrie F.
Crowe. Judge, United States District
Court for the District of the Canal Zone,
dated tne lztn aay oi August,' lwg, an
entered and filed in this action in the
office of the Clerk of the United States
District Court, Balboa Division on the
13th day of August, I95S
Sara dr la PeAa
Clerk of Court
BysLois E. Haralson
Chief Deputy Clatk
ESTADOS UNIDOS 143 Central Ave.
Justo Axeaemena Ave. and 33 St. a
via PURR AS III O NOVEDADES
FOR RENT: Modern construc construction
tion construction consisting ef large airy
rooms, $15.00 and $16.00 each.
Apply 2838, 13th Street, Rio
Dorese Waites School of Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet, Toe, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modern Jaxx. Knights
ef Columbus Hall, 2-2363.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 14" Ft. boat with
trailer 7Vi h.p. West band mo motor,
tor, motor, with gas tank $265.00. Call
84-3281 or see at Qrts. 362-B
FOR SALE: REAL BARGAIN.
16 ft Wi covered with Fiber
Glass, With $5 h.p. Johnson mo motor
tor motor and trailer, all new. Sacrifice
price. San Francisco do la Ca Caleta
leta Caleta 4th. Street No. 12. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-7312.
Walt Coleman Slops
Montreal On 5 Hits;
Idle Toronto Gains
NEW YORK, Sent. 5 (UPD (UPD-WftllijitJolemRn
WftllijitJolemRn (UPD-WftllijitJolemRn stopped a seven
hitter to Rive Buffalo a 5-0 dec!
slon. over the In t ernatlonal
League leaders Thursday night
With precious few games left
to play, Montreal's lead over
Toronto dropped to a game and
a half as the Bisons scored a run
in the first Inning and then
broke the contest open with a
four-run spree In the eighth.
Charlie Rabe started for the
Royals and suffered his seventh
loss. Coleman picked up his
ninth win against 13 defeats and
his fourth triumph In his last
five starts. Rabe lost his seventh
to the only other scheduled
game Richmond downed Hava Havana.
na. Havana. 3-1, behind the combined
pitching of Wade Brownin and
Jim Post. Browning needed help
in ine nintn as he won his first
oi the season. He has droDDed
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West Berlin Gets
BERLIN, (Ufl) The West
Berlin government announced
yesterday it had chartered a spe
cial plane to airlift East (reman
refugees from this city s over overcrowded
crowded overcrowded camps to West Germany.
Authorities said the move was
made necessary by the increasing
flow inlo West Berlin of refugees
from the ,Yiet ane. They
porled an average of 700 East
.Germans a day are seeking
asylum here double the average
of about a few months ago.
Approximately 7,000 refugees
are crowded into 40 camps in the
Western sectors of this city.
A City Refugee Office spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the specially chartered
aircraft would begin flights to
day and would fly out y4M refu
gees during the week end. There
after it would fly out some 100
East Germans daily.
Scheduled airline flights trans
port about 400 refugees daily to
West Germany j ,,
SUES TO REGAIN RANK
BERLIN (UPI) Dr. Warner
Best, 55, Nazi occupation chief in
Denmark during World War II,
has brought suit against the West
German government in an effort
to get back his old rank of a
Foreign Office department bead,
it was disclosed today.
Competent and Experienced Sales people
for inside and outside selling Must be
bilingual! Send complete details together
with photo to Box 1411 Panama. y
.., MERY'S BEAUTY SHOP
lift; ,.(.,. ;
WANTED: Reckhound want
to rent part or all of space hi e
garage in Balboa. Phono
2105 day or 1674
RESTAURATEUR REQUIRED AT
SUMMIT HILLS GOLF CLUB.
SEE MANAGER ON PREMISES
OR CALL 4-381.
Protect our home and ptopof"
' ty against insect d a m a f o.
Prompt scientific treatment on
emergency or monthly budeet
bests. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmitter
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phene Panama 2-5111.
Prompt service ,
30 years in electronics
MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV, Panama 2-3142.
HOME TV REPAIRS
$5.00 plus parts (local calle
only) i No chare a for calls if not
repaired in your home. Phono' 3 3-7607
7607 3-7607 U. S. Television, Inc. 9:00
a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Till 6:00 p.
asm ''' SI f
NEW YORK (UPI) Clemens
Ulhorn, Cincinnati realtor, waited
impatiently yesterday for hi?
1958 model station wagon to b
unloaded from the liner New Yore
so he and the family could get
back home from a European trip.
Uhlorn waited for four hours on
the dock with his wife, his two
sons, his niece and her fiance and
Mrs. Ulhorn's father.
Finally Ulhorn shouted, "Here 1
comes," and crane swum th
big ear gracefully over the tide-
W the stlp.
Then there was a loud "twang,"
a cable parted, and the Ulhorns'
fine car hit the water with a tre tremendous
mendous tremendous snlash. Officials said M
nuiu wine 'iur UHDie
will be able to raise the ear from
the 40-foot depths.
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Virginia's Gov. J. Lindsay Almond Tells Boards To Defy
Federal Court Orders Assigning Negroes To White Schools
ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 5 (UPI) The nation's school integration
racial troubles included the burning of a Negro in effigy in Arkansas a
Virginia's integration spotlight was on Charlottesville where the c
make no assignments, white or Negro, to any school in the face of a F
Also in Virginia, Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan ordered Arlington
gated basis pending the U. S. Supreme Court's decision on the Little Ft
30 Negro children to seven white schools and took under study the pe
Almond informed all Virginia school boards yesterday that they h
state's pupil placement law, part of the state's "massive resistance"
Almond's message magnified the dilemma of the boards which ar
Prince Edward Counties and Norfolk, the state's sensitive integration s
In effeot the boards are under Federal court order to assign Negro
Four Negroes were enrolled
lthout incident In white schools
. Winston -Salem, N.C., today
Hlowing the admission of seven
ihers to schools in Greensboro
nd Charlotte Wednesday.
The Winston -Salem integra integra-fon
fon integra-fon of an elementary school
Drought a sharp reduction in
white pupil attendance. Many of
them planned to enroll if possi possible
ble possible at other schools which are all
The Arkansas rf si stance
spread from Little Rock to Van
Buren where the high school
was boycotted by white stu students
dents students protesting the admission
of 13 Nef roes.
Reports persisted that Federal
officials were planning to depu deputize
tize deputize U.S. marshals for school du duty
ty duty at Little Rock's Central High
but there was no official con confirmation.
firmation. confirmation. Gulfport, Miss., school and
law enforcement officials said
they were prepared to meet the
Rev. Clennon King if he at attempts
tempts attempts to enroll his 11 year-old
daughter in an all-white school.
King has not been seen in Gulf Gulf-port,
port, Gulf-port, however, and his family
left the city two days ago.
In some spots integration
proceeded smoothly. Nineteen
Negroes attended Fulton, Ky.,
high school for the first time
with 1S2 white pupils.
Officials of the Clinton,
Tenn., high school said no
trouble had been encountered
at the 1956 scene of violent
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hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High 88 86
Low 76 78
High 97 92
Low 65 83
(max. mph) NW-11 NW-11
RAIN (inches) T .09
(inner harbors) 83 85
SATURDAY, SEPT. 6
3:20 4:54 6:55
A HUMAN AND TENDER
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(IN TECHNICOLOR AND
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At Norfolk. Va.. Federal Judge
Walter E. Hoffman denied the
City School Board motion to de-
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fer the enrollment of 17 Negroes
in six white schools for a year.
Hoffman said he would reserve
the "right to reconsider" his de denial
nial denial of the motion and said he
based the reservation on the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's forthcoming ac action
tion action on another judge's order for
a stay of integration at Little
In Memphis a Negro mother
said she was considering an ap appeal
peal appeal after her efforts to trans transfer
fer transfer her son to e whfle school
were turned down, Mrs. George
McFerren tried to get her son,
George, 10, in the white school
because it was "closer to home."
Alabama's schools opened to today
day today and officials predicted
there would be no integration
attempts. An incident was re reported
ported reported at Phillips High School
in Birmingham, where classes
have already started. A white
boy was struck by a brick
thrown by a Negro.
Seven police motorcycles and
four patrol cars lined the street
in front of the school after the
Forty-one white students at
Van Buren High School boycot boycotted
ted boycotted classes Thursday in .protest
to the enrollment of 1J Negroes.
"We will remain out of class
until the Negroes say they will
not return to school," said a 17-year-old
Only one of the Negro students
attended classes yesterday. Two
others drove past the school with
their parents, but left when they
saw the white boys assembled on
a lawn across the street from the
A policeman stood near the
boys until classes started, then
The high school has an enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of about 600 white stu students.
dents. students. Twenty-four Negroes were
enrolled by the school board last
year. Of the 13 this year, five
enrolled in the junior high school
for the first time. There have
been no incidents at the junior
School officials, under Federal
orders to integrate, had no com comment
ment comment to make on the boycott.
When school opened Tuesday,
the Negro students were greeted
with signs saying "Go Home Nig Nigger."
ger." Nigger." Several shoving incidents
were reported Wednesday."
George Hudgins, one of the
Negro students, told newsmen
that a white boy "sat across
from me and sort of honed a
switch-blade knife back and
forth across the palm of his
hand" during classes Wednesday.
Hudgins, an honor student,
said he probably would enroll
in a Negro high school in Fort
Smith because "I just can't
study in that kind of atmos atmosphere."
phere." atmosphere." Meanwhile in Montgomery,
Ala., the Rev. Martin Luther
King Jr., youthful Negro min minister
ister minister who shattered Alabama's
segregated bus seating tradi tradition,
tion, tradition, faces court action on a
PARENTS, ARMY HEADS,
Parents and Army post of officials
ficials officials put their heads together
this week and came up with a
variety of plans to provide su supervision
pervision supervision for dependent chil children
dren children while riding school buses.
Tn the past, military person person-ney
ney person-ney acted as bus guards to
maintain order and supervise
safety. As a result of the re recent
cent recent command strength slash,
however, men cannot be spared
for such duty during the com coming
ing coming term.
Bus service for nursery school
tots also has been dlscountinu dlscountinu-ed,
ed, dlscountinu-ed, since military vehicles are
not authorized to serve this
non appropriated fund activity.
The majority of parents involv involved
ed involved have organized car pools to
transport the youngsters.
When Headquarters U8AR U8AR-CARIB,
CARIB, U8AR-CARIB, announced that train training
ing training and other military activi activities
ties activities would preclude troops
working on the children's buses,
larger posts put the question
of order and safety squarely up
to the parents. Community
controversy raged in Virginia and Arkansas today. Manifestations of the
nd a fiery cross in North Carolina.
ity school board met to weigh the. advice of Gov. J. Lindsay Almond to
ederal court integration order.
Country schools, near the nation's capital, to open Monday on a segre segre-ock
ock segre-ock crisis. He ordered the' Arlington schools to hold up admittance of
tition of the applicants.
ad been "totally drvestsd" of any authority in pupil assignment by the
e named as defendants in desegregation suits against Arlington and
students to white schoofs and under state law are forbidden to make
ON GUARD A civilian guard, Alvln Smith, stands at his post
outside Little Rock's Central High School. The Little Rock
School Board has set back the opening of the school until Sept.
15. Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus and many other white citiz citizens
ens citizens wanted to open the school without Negroes Sept. 8.
US Govt. Files First Suit t
To Protect Voting Rights
WASHINGTON (UPI) The Jus
tice Department yesterday sued
for an injunction against Terrell
County, Ga., voting registrars to
bar them from allegedly keeping
qualified Negroes from voting.
It wOas the first suit brought by.
the department under the 1957
Civil Rights Act which provided
protection for the voting rights of
Negroes in the South and others.
The four school teachers who
were not allowed to register were:
Edna Mae Lowe, a mathematics
teacher at Carver High School,
Dawson, who holds a Bachelor o;
Science and a Master of Arts de degree
gree degree in education from New York
Janie Breedlove, an elementary
school teacher in Terrell County
who holds a Bachelor of Science
degree from Albany State College,
Davey Louis Gibson, a Terrell
meetings were held to discuss
As a result of these discus discussions
sions discussions and official planning
the following methods are
being tried: honor system for
junior high and high school
pupils; spot checks by post
commanders on safety and
discipline; utilization of .junior
safety patrols, and employment
of civilian bus chaperones.
The three local sessions slat slated
ed slated for this week were a pre preliminary
liminary preliminary shakedown nature. By
the time regular classes are
started on Monday, observers
will have had a chance to see
how the various systems func function
tion function and whether or not other
arrangements may be neces necessary.
sary. necessary. Meantime, stern parental
warnings regarding behavior on
buses rang in many ears to the
youngsters trudged schoolward
These were the plans In efr
feet as the term began:
At Fort Amador only a
five-minute drive from the
County school teacher who holds
a Bachelor of Science degree from
Albany State and is now woivlng
on a Master's degree at New
Grace Boyd Gibson, an elemen elementary
tary elementary school teacher in Calhoun
County, Ga., who holds a Bach Bachelor
elor Bachelor of Science degree from Al Albany
bany Albany State.
The complaint said Eddie
George Lowe, who attended Tus Tus-kegee
kegee Tus-kegee Institute and now works at
the U. S. Marine Corps supply
Center at Albany, Ga., also was
The government's suit said the
four teachers were turned down
because of alleged inability to
read correctly and intelligibly.
Lowe was rejected because of al alleged
leged alleged inability to write correctly
PLAN FOR BUS GUARDS
schools post officials are to
make unannounced trips on
the buses and supplement thi3
by conduct i;,? syot checks.
Fort Clayton parents voted to
dispense with guards on buses
transporting cider pupils, and
to hire chaperones for vehicles
carrying those in the elemen elementary
tary elementary grades. Salaries will be
paid by parents, based on the
number of children in the
family who use the buses.
Several applicants for the
Jobs were located through ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements in the Dally Bul Bulletin
letin Bulletin and over CFN, and by the
time buses began to roll on
Wednesday two persons had
been hired. A post spokesman
reported that this provided
groups and there were Indica Indications
tions Indications that other applicants
would be selected shortly for
the rest of the elementary grade
Mothers and dads at Fort
Kobbe who met the post com commander
mander commander decided to run the Ju
nior high school buses without
guards lor the present. Later a
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GOING TO COWftT A group of Negro children arrive at Federal Court in Arlington, Va., for
the opened hearings on .the application of 30 Negroes for admission to white schools in Arling Arlington
ton Arlington County,
With Physical Handicaps
A much-expanded program of
handicapped children will be in in-effect
effect in-effect this year in the Canal Zone's
schools, according to the Panama
Schools for United States citi citizens
zens citizens opened Wednesday; Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican schools have been in
session since May and students
in these schools will soon be on
their midterm vacation.
During the past school year,
the only special services for han
dicapped children were the School
Division's psychological testing
services, one remedial reading reading-class
class reading-class for children on the Atlantic
side, and a class for physically
handicapped children which be
gan the middle of the year and
was held at Gorgas Hospital.
1st Battle Group's
C Company Trains
In Rio Halo Area
Members of C Company, 1st Bat Battle
tle Battle Group, 20th Infaniry, stationed
at Fort Gulick, now are in training
at Rio Hato.
The unit will spend over a month
there undergoing the maneuvers
of squad, platoon and company le level
vel level exercises as applied to battle
group size tactics.
This training, also given to other
units of the 20th, will be the prac practical
tical practical application of classroom pre preparation
paration preparation which was performed be before
fore before departure for the field.
Maneuvers, by day and by night,
will be centered around defense.
withdrawal and attack movements
and will help prepare the unit
for a difficult test to be given at
the termination of their 'Rio Hato
During the unit's absence from
Fort Gulick, other 20th Infantry
elements, including the .reconnais .reconnaissance
sance .reconnaissance platoon of Headquarters and
Headquarters Company will per
form duties normally assigned to
FRANCO GETS WHALE
LA CORUNA, Spain (UPI)
Spain s sport-loving chief of state,
Francisco Franco, harpooned and
captured a 23-ton sperm whale
from his personal yacht during
his vacation. The whale, which
took 11 hours to capture, was
towed into port here and found to
be 46 feet long.
safety patrol member may ac
company each trip.
Far vehicles carrying kinder kindergarteners
garteners kindergarteners through sixth grades,
chaperones will be hired, un
til these Jobs can be filled,
mothers have volunteered to
Mothers' committees have
heen set ud to nroeure the ser
vices of chaperones, decide on
their remuneration and method
Of assessing parents for this
At Quarry Heights, also, older
pupils win be on tneir own.
Trough the cooperation of the
Balboa Elementary School, a
safety patrol member will tra travel
vel travel on the one bus which trans
ports elementary students. Post
headquarters had been success
ful In other areas In the past.
Fort Gulick families will meet
this wekend to consider plans,
Proposed solutions Include hir hiring
ing hiring adult adependents, financed
by parents contributions, for the
kindergarten bus and organiz organizing
ing organizing a Junior patrol to monitor
the the vehicles.
The program fer the handi handicapped
capped handicapped children will be expand expand-ed
ed expand-ed this year in the Unttec!
States schools and will be ex extended
tended extended to the Latin American
schools. Thirteen teachers who
have boon in the United States
taking special training (or this
.program are now all back on
" During this school year a train trained
ed trained teacher will start what will e
ventually become an "every;pupil
survey" to determine whether or
not the pupil has a hearing defi
ciency. This year the testing w'.ll
be limited to certain classrooms,
but will be extended gradually un until
til until all students in the Canal Zone
schools have been given the au audiometer
diometer audiometer tests.
At Balboa elementarv schools.
four HnSsrnnmc hnxr- Vioan in
verted for the use of the handi
capped children. One of these will
be used for educable mentafly-han-dicaDned
hovs and ffirls- another
will be used for blind and parti al-
ly-seeing children. A third will
be occupied by a class of deaf
and hard-of hearin? childron whl't
the fourth will be used for the
physically handicapped group
which met last semester .in a
ward at Gorgas Hospital,
On the Atlantir- side una rUcc-
room at the South Margarita
school will be used for a groun
of educable mentally handicapped
cnuaren. mis group will move
later to specially designed space
at the new Coco Solo elementary
school when that school opens a a-bout
bout a-bout th middle -of the schotl
A speech correctionist will work
with children on both sid nf the
Canal Zone on an itinerant ba
sis, as will an occupational (ther (therapist
apist (therapist whose program is design designed
ed designed to correct muscular weakness-
There will b remedial read reading
ing reading clase for elementarv stu students
dents students on both Pacific and At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic sides, and on the Pacific
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sld this part of the program
will be carried this year te pu pupils
pils pupils in the Balboa Junior High
In the Latin American schools,
classrooms are being prepared in
the Paraiso, Santa Cruz, and
Rainbow City elementary a schools
for the educable mentally handi handicapped
capped handicapped youngsters. Each class classroom
room classroom will have a capacity for -bout
15 pupils. The Speech cor correction
rection correction program will also be e e-tenried
tenried e-tenried to these schools, with the
teacher for this group working
from school to school.
The program for the handicap-
pea children win De started tnii
month in the Latin America
schools and will be a part of t.L
training in the United States
schools which are jiist beginning
a new school year.
Offers Prizes For
All Mothers To Be
All mothers-to-be this month
will have an opportunity to
share In one of the gifts being
offered by Cia. Panamena de
Allmentos Lacteos, S. A., local
subsidiary of the Nestle Com Com-pany,
pany, Com-pany, consisting of one month's
supply of milk for all babiea
born on "M" day In the entire
This is in addition to the
donation of one year's feeding
for the baby and three months
supply of milk and tomato
products for the parents of th
child Who will be declared the"
It has been announced that
only a doctor's prescription is
required for Lactogen. Ideal
evaporated milk, Pelargon, Nes Nes-togen
togen Nes-togen or Eledon. Advt.