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- About 'lOO dock workers tt
Balboa tefused to work last
night in protest against recent
changes-In their status which
. meant that they would not be
paid pvertlme." u r i' f
' The men had worked an eight
, liour shtft duting yesterday and
' wnt hnmt at the end of 1 1t.
Thn another shin the United
t Fruit Company's Mormacdawn
1 docked at Pier 18 and wanted to
i unload her general "cargo aur aur-Ing
Ing aur-Ing the night..
, Scouts were sent out to re re-'
' re-' tall the workers lor a "shl't
v from 7 p.n. to 1 ajn. but the
(r majority of them tefused to
' turn out." k '
There was;- a' skeleton labor
crew nut not enough to work tne
J Bhto effectively so they were
sent home. ; "
This morning, the 'full shift
' turned up' and work : proceeded
normally.- t ' 1 V
. But to come under the pran
ilon of the Civil Service Retire Retire-t
t Retire-t ment Act, under which non-U.-
' 8 -citizens were placed by yirtue
v of the 1955 Treatv, it js neces neces-ary
ary neces-ary for any Federal- employe
Including WAB employes to work
40 hours perrweek,- Hence- the
i4 overtime practice on the docks,
v was shifted from a' daily to a
weekly basis, .'
WAB (When -actually employ employed)
ed) employed) workers, under which cate cate--
- cate-- idry many of the "dock workers
' come, will be paid overtime after
40 hours per week
Most of the' dock' workers
eallf to' last ighV
, , would not have-rclocked 40
they .would have Just been paid j
i Tf .tatpf!. todav that the
Panama- Canal Company: is in
- the process of re-ciassiiymg
WAB employes so that a large
r t.Hm will be nlacd un-
v der the 'Civil Service retirement
provisions, whicn tney nave
thad previously" VsV'-"
tin the Supply. Division the
Transportation -.and Terminals
Division, which cover dock work workers,
ers, workers, 2.078 workers were on the
01 WAB basis. of theel,298
will he due for 'coverage Wider
the tetlrement law"-
11 The rest will not because
, thev xwork too intermittently
and are in the iame position
"as thfr many tA citizens k In
the Canal Zone, and In all U.S.
Government agencies; who are
, amnio nn nart-time basis.
- Officials from the Personnel
tinman nrt the Transnortation
and Terminals Division went to
Pier. 18 this morning ana xaineu
to-.the men, explaining the re reclassification.
classification. reclassification. 1 v n
There was' no Indication
whether they would continue- to
refuse to work-overtime shifts
From US Concrcss
Pays Brief Visit
Of 'Taking Jhatti Breach Issue
To UN, World Court; Govt, Stays With Diplomacy
ThaLquestion 'of -whether Panama Wuld take th
caseof alleged vlolationt bf treaty-1 commitments' by" the
linked Statea'before the United Mationt of the "World Court
?wat put tquarely yesterday to Foreign f Minister -Miguel
J. Moreno Jr. by opposition Assemblyman David Samudio,
y , Kloreno made it clear that diplomatic resource! had'
not been exhausted. The "minister, tho'ughtVome" positive
result would be obtained from went talk senior Panama ;
niany off icials have had with Secretary of State'John poster''
Dulles" and with! Dr. Miltori Eisenhower, th U.S Presl-
The World Court Question was
raised in the National Assem
bly vesterdav when Moreno and
Agriculture and 'industries Min Minister
ister Minister Alberto Boyd appeared be
fore the Assembly to explain
what steps were being taken by
the government in the light of
what AssemDiy men 'consider to
be frequent violations' of certain
clauses of the 1955 Panama-U.S.
treaty by Canal ;Zone author
ities. Vs' is "T
Jhe appuaraice of the; two
min;ters was the aftermath,
of statements made last week
by Canal Zone Gov. W.'l E,
Potter before the Panama
, Chamber of Commerce en the
Canal Zone's purchasing poll poll-eies:,;
eies:,; poll-eies:,; -'rn ; V T ", A
Following Samudio's Questiori Questiori-ing
ing Questiori-ing of Moreno and Boyd, the
Assembly gave unanimous apt
Droval' to -ain'OPPOsiUon-dralted
resolution in-, support. of the
government's; stand ion... treaty
matters. ,-, Y
Spectators appiauaea wuaiy
as the Panamanian solons gave
their unanimous approval to the
resolution supporting govern government
ment government protests against the pur
chasing policies oi1 tne uanai
Zone.. ; --
.The resolution was presented
by opposition Assemblyman Ja Jacinto
cinto Jacinto Lopez y Leon at the end
of the debate on the recent' re remarks
marks remarks made by Potter regard regarding
ing regarding 7 Canal Zone purchases in
countries other than Panama
and. the United States. J
' Most of the debate was
carried by Sainudio who subn
mitted several questions to
Moreno and Boyd on -"what
.steps were being taken by the
administration of President
de la Guardia with regard to
what was k described, as the
continued "'violation of 1 the
1955 Panama-U.S. treaty by
the' Canal Zone government.
'p. Samudio asked Moreno wheth
er the administration had any
intention of taking its Com
plaints against the United
States to the United Nations or
the international court at, The
Hague if ordinary diplomatic
representation lauea to pear
frult.v : i,-
Denouncing the United- States
for not living up to its con contractual
tractual contractual obligations, the oppo
sition v' assemblyman' launched
into a comparison of the Cahal
Zone and lands operated by the
could ''"dump their surplus
goods In the Canal Zone.
; Moreno emphasized that there
is no intention to impose any
type of quality on the Canal
Zone. He contended that goods
which come into-Panama from
whatever;;. source ; should go
through" Panama's' customs for
the payment of duty. 11
In answer to another question,
Moreno said -the Canal Zone
could not ; be considered as a
captive market because the Ca Canal?
nal? Canal? Zone was not restricted to
making purchases only in Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, but had the, alternative of
the bieeest source of Supply in
the world in the United States,
- Continuing on the floor fol following
lowing following Moreno's explanations,'
Samudio flayed the -United
States for not living up to its
p!edeen.with Panam. -iand
mentlonetl- ih'innl 9 Ior;
.,qual Kork principle as. being"
among other treaty provisions
which he Said -the- TUnited
states had -violated -i :,fr $
, 2t v s ,'t
' Regarding the Canal's vmeat
purchases,: Samudio said, "Panamanian-meat
was good enough
fop, American troops and" civil civilians
ians civilians during, the war.',.-but in
normal times, better prices have
to be found" In1 violation -of
? He f sarcastically suggested
;that "now the U.S. has be become
come become so poor that Jt has to
set up.- a company to make
money at the expense of the
nation that provided the land
for the construction of the
Canal.", V v t ,
Samudio quoted "figures to
Show : that Panama's annual
purchase from the United States
totalled ; $60,000,000 last year
and services, and supplies pur purchased
chased purchased from the Canal Zone
over the same period totalled
$8,744,000 and declared "It is
Panama who is helping the UJS.
Treasury": anstead of vice yersa.
FOLLOWING .DEBATE Agriculture and Industries Minister Alberto Bovd .tteftl"
t "Minister-Miguel JJ Moreno 'Jr.. (right) -atvth' end-ofAn National Assembly flebattt'whitl;th
jaujwiiff-wpwAuci ini .wo vvijivfUQUi mUAWM4&f tuff :vac ,jtiivvu.,.tiuv jKUIMUTO-u.B. ureauy.
u 1 t Si it
.wmiawi rnphmrtfi.. Assist
X- ':.i."r--iitrio ns .t.hii, Chiriaui Land Co. In Panama
United, States House of Repre- Smd" mPh.tSueA' tlat
. sentatives, is visitinfi the Isth-1' Chiriqul Land, which operates
'"SSa briefly this week.". j 150v00 cres liUldct
, 1 N, contributes more than $5,000,-
'i He and 'Mrs. CochraPe- ftrrlvr, 000 annually in taxes to the
ed yesterday on the Panama Panama treasury, and places
fliner; Cristobal and Will- return,- some $18,000,000: in circula
on the same' ship .selling to- tion annually as a result of
i morrow. - ., its 1 activities. On the other
f v Accompanied by Maj. Harvey; hand, he pointed out that the
iC Jones, Military Assistant to United States only pays Pan-
the Governor, Mr. ; and Mrs. am $1,900,000 as an annuity
j Cochrane Visited various Canal for the 553 -square miles ij;
s instauawonsioaay. . i: occupies in me janai z,one.
J They watched 'a ship
being' Potter himse
nut, f .that.
on record that
, i launch.
locked through-Miraf lores Locks the Panama Canal government
un tne morning, ana inter maae nas -oougni.. meat irom i New
a trip through GaiUara Cut by Zealand and Australia, fruits
and vegetables from Costa Rica
and Chile and pearls from Jap
an., i m f O -i
The Assemblyma,n ."Implied
that tne canai zone cannot ex
pect improvements on the part
of, Panamanian Industry 1 It
does- not guarantee, as was
intended in the 1955 treaty, the
purchase of the goods for which
large Investments- have been
made. i ;
'i I i Y ';. i v t
: In answer to... a question
posed by Samudio, Morent ex-
plained that the controversial
Point VII Of the 1955 Memo Memo-randum
randum Memo-randum of Understandings
. was intended to prevent goods
sold in the Canal Zone from
being : priced too far. Below
goods sold in Panama, In or-
- der to discourage contraband,
to enable Panama to compete
only with the United States
for the Canal Zone' market
instead of having to also
compete with countries who
Sbyiets Consider ?'
; jwhetherV Pasternak
j '-Soviet Minister of Culture Ni-
i r, kolai Mlkhallov said It is up to
. ; jthe Soviet federation of authors
" ''. no decide whether Boris Paster-
' ; the Nbbel Prize for Literature
-, A Mlkhallov told the 'Moscow
' ; correspondent, of the -Swedish
t Communist newspaper Ny Dag
,;the federation would -meet to-
. day to discuss the Swedish Acad-
!- v:. J i u 'i. ...II.-:-
. emy s aeusiuu. ,.. r-- I
i '' : Mlkhallov said he' was "sur "sur-'
' "sur-' 1 prised'' at the 'decision .since
! Pasternak's -best poems were
' published dozens of years ago.
Getting (''Radiation Kits For Civil Defense
Students of Canal Zone' high mention this' program the Office the intensity pf radioactive fallout
hools are now learning some oilof Civil end Defense Mobilization I which may be deposited on build-
the seneral principles underlying
radiation phenomena by the use
of radiological defense instrument
kits..-'- - i'.
-':; ''fi ,';:. fy-y
The kits have rbeen "distributed
to senior, high schools throughout
the United States -1jy the Office of
Civil Defense : Mobilization. Kits
for use in instructing high school
pupils here have been received
and are now in use in the Balboa
and Cristobal senior high schools.
L Later the kits areto be sent to
the Paraiso and Kamoow i uiy
high schools to help train students
in survival of nuclear -attack.
' According to a recent announce-
stated that 6,000 kits have been
distributed for use in science
classes to train an-estimated -1,-000,000
students. The announce announcement
ment announcement described the radiological
defense instrument kits as fol follows;.'
lows;.' follows;.' i.
1 5 ; ;.; :J j xJ- k
""Each kit contains nine Initw
ments, two comparison standard
sources for food and water, end
manual of Instructions. The
instruments contained in the kit
re of two basic types; those
which measure the rate of rev
dietion and these wh eh; mii
sure the total radiation aeeumu-
'These are ...t h e instruments
Which would be used to measure
' w i 1 t-r.
, - t '" YY is it t :
i ll I: u ) T (' y
, Y:- ?
' -Y -. M
ings areas, equipment and ner
sons in. the Wake of a nuclear at-
'-The edulnment Ik hninor Aimteh.
m ce u cacn-eiatA iinir a nn.
tionwide program set up by OC OC-DM.
DM. OC-DM. It is planned, to' supply- at
least 6ne set of instruments to the
8,000 selected schools with an ad additional
ditional additional distribution nlannpd la i-
lor oiner scnoois.
"An estimated 1,000,000 stu stu-dnts
dnts stu-dnts will rceiv seme instruc instruction
tion instruction In radiological, defense by
the end o the current school
i The U.S. Office of Education has
assisted in the development of
"State Departments of Educa
tion and State civil defense direc direc-ors
ors direc-ors cooperated in the selection of
schools which will receive- the
TEOFILO yiLLARREAL LOPEZ, member of : the Panam National Guard, has won, the admira admiration
tion admiration of countless people of the Isthmus: for tils courageous fight lor life at. Gorgas Hospital.
This week he and his bride were? presented, presents from the Canal Zone Police as a gesture?
of friendship and admiration lor his tenacityThe Zone police had no difficulty In getting con-',
tributions for the gifts .which included household linen for the young couple and a cash purse'
for the Guardsman, Left to right above at Villarreal's bedside at Gorgas Hospital are Maj. B.
A. Dar den, Canal Zone Police Chief; Capt.- Stewart- P; Trail, acting District Commander in Bal-s
boa; Mrs. Villarreal; Guardsman .VfllarrealJ. and Lt. Haryey G. Rhyne, senior detective in BaIboa.
The National Guardsman was critically- wounded early this. month but has shown almost mi-,,
raculoiw recovery from, a bullet .wound in the heart!. A delicate heart operation was performed
by Dr. Bernard L.-Willett, acting chief of the surgical service at Gorgas. Although he Is stiU on.
the" seriously ill list, he U well on the road to recovery, according to hospital reports,
i ' ..
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' Y. 4- ''r -5?" -hi't"'"
Views FettirerJ S
V 1 ?:y :i'2& rr:4v-
In Mew: Rburildupfc
On CZ s Status
' Y Y. .-f I 1
, WASHINGTON. OctA24 UPIVU The Amerlrr.it
Peace Society's quarterly' "World Affairs" issued today
features several articles interpreting ahe-status ofahe
Panama Canal Zone' in liqht f existina internatidnol
treaties,', ;nyt:t'- f ; -' y v
Rep. Daniel J. Flood (D-Pa.) stated that the JS.
Panama treaty of 1903 authorized "the
perpetual control of the Canal Zone for the primary ob- ;
jectives of. construe tina the Panama Canal and itc ni
petual maintenance, operation, sanitation, and nrotec
tion, all exclusively by the United States and also wholly
at United States expense."' ',. V 1
" "In addition," Flood continued, 'ft is also cjear irm ',
the,, diplomatic andf legislative history of thof era that
the aim; of both the United States and 'Panama wa$ to
esrabiisn and maintain complete sovereiatrfv aver th rn.
nai x.on? oy, rne unirea drares.
Flood said that Colombia, un-
der the U.S.-Colomblan ThomP
suDstantiat. rignts i- witn respecu
to the Canal, Including a treaty
interest- in the continued oper operation
ation operation -of the Panama Railroad,
which is binding on the United
He contended that, this treaty
interest of Colombia was over overlooked
looked overlooked or Ignored in the formu formulation
lation formulation of the U.S.-Panama trea treaty
ty treaty of 1955. i 1
Flood contended that in the
treaty of 1955 the United
' States surrendered without
Justification some of Its bar-
rainlnr rithts with Panama.
"If has created a t situation
that' will require statesmanship
of the hiehest order on ,the part
of both Panama and the united
States to correct" he said. 1
Flood saM that congress
should .reaffirm United States'
Canal policies "in the light of
all the basic considerations ana
tf.. 3 j utfTi '. r 1
unuetustates to rotnmM f
-J Tm. AA. j. ..... .- (
Jhirespeet, but there is still a -png,way
to go. However, the al alliance
liance alliance between Panama and th
United States hi 'the twentieth -century
Is an indisputable fact,
which is manifested especially in
times of emergency u
A third publication was an at'
Ucle by Charles G. Fenwick, dl dl-rector
rector dl-rector of the department of in'"
ternatlonal law and organization
at the Pan American union."
Fenwick'g article' originall
was published In the American -Journal
of International Law in -1955,
as an analysis and com commentary
mentary commentary on the UJS.-Panama"
traty of 1955, and the acconi
panying "Memorandum of, Un Un-derstandings'between
derstandings'between Un-derstandings'between the ,two v
Fenwick said that In tho"l955
treaty the United States gave
more specific concession than It
"World Affairs then reprinted
excerpt from an address made
by Panama Ambassador Rlcardo
Arias at Georgetown university
on April 29, 1958, which said:
"The foreign policy of mf
country during the last 50
years has been to exert every,
effort in order to obtain at
least for Panama conditions
-similar to those granted by the
Teddy Roosevelt To Be In Spotlight
For Education Week, Visitors Day
Canal Zone schools this yean
will focus attention during Ameri
can Education Week on Theodore
Roosevelt since the annual ob observance
servance observance occurs in the week of
Nov. 9-15 which coincides with the
Canal Zone observance of the
In a memorandum to principals
and teachers, S. E. Esser, Super
intendent, has -asked that all
schools concentrate a tention on
the life and deeds of Roosevelt.
Background materials' for assist assistance
ance assistance in various schooj programs
have been ordered, he announced.
The School Superintendent's me memorandum
morandum memorandum follows in part, v v-.
. v-. "A you 1cnow, the Canal Zone
community Is making extensive
plans for ihe ebtervence of the
Disability'- Relief ..
hWAlyf-Jitft wi ,1- w,r
s The t October 'disability relief
checks for former Canal employes
will be 'delivered next Friday, it
has been announced at v Balboa
t Normally these ichecks are is is-sued
sued is-sued on the first day of the month.
However, it is a usual practice to
move :the delivery date forward t
Jv v.'hen the first falls on a Sat-urday-Ai-'.'-:,.,,.;-.;;
. The reeular Schedule for delive-
ry will be in effect Friday St the
"But at the same time eira'all
clearly the United StatesCJwas
wise in taking into account that
the terms of the earlier treaties
no longer represented what wa$
just and equitable under "the
changed conditions of the pres-
vum uaji, u enwiCK stated
"The Stability, ernhrnntx
well as political, of Panama:
became a vital concern to the
United States from the twist
the independence, of Panama v- i
was recognized and the build ; ;
Inf of the Canal undertaken;
and It Is equally a vital con- -'
.... 'f .... .-!. -V
-lb 121 lii prpnir. nT"thB-T"-,-.,-n,1
uaiuiieiit or Hiate aivi or tr
Senate, that this- vital concern i;
has been recognized, and rtcogv Y
nized without weakening in any
way the essential interests of'
the United States in the jptac-"
tical administration of the Ca
mi or In its defense and secur- -V
. A ,-- i"--i !,'
Fuerza v LuzGiyln?
l S ir'.'lHl;.ii-.'
uunng iaieiy vcok
m coiaborauon with Traffic Ae-
"ident Prevention Week, Compa'
fiia Panamefia de Fuerza y Lus v
will offer free, nsychophysies exa examinations
minations examinations to interested drivers on "'
he main floor of s offir lnrtprl
on tentrai Avenue.?-, e -. v
The results of' theiV tests wtH
aetermrae wnetner or not
100th anniversary ef Theodore
Root evel 's birth. Therefore, In
the Canal Zone schools our em emphasis
phasis emphasis -during American Educe'
tion Week will be directed whol--ly
to the -Theodore Roosevelt:
"TIia tham. Ynr aaih -lav f as
follows: Sunday, Nov. 9 'Father
and Family Man : Monday No,
10 Pioneer, Ad ven .urer, and Na
turalist': Tuesday, Nov. 11 'Sold
ier: Wednesday, Nov; lZ-VFublic
Servant'; Thursday, Nov. 13 'Sof
ciat Reformer; Friday, Nov. 14-
statesman': ba.uraav. mov. i
- "in our schools we should ende endeavor
avor endeavor to focus" the attention of eve
ry child on the life and deeds of
this great American. Materials of
asais ance of teachers have been
ordered and will be distributed
immedia ely upon arrival. v
- "Thursday, Nov. IJ,. will be Vi Vi-alters
alters Vi-alters Day In the secondary
Schools, and Friday Nov. ,14, in
the elementary schools aeiermme wnemer or nor a per
:The punuc should be ..urged to t "" 'i'.niw u juu?,
visit the schools on the e days I safely distances end react proper proper-Principals
Principals proper-Principals should feel free to ar-lyh f driving an automobile.
range activities of the 'da as thevi Special arrangement have been :
see fit.' ' by the fuem y Luz Safety'
"The number of visitors houldt Division to give these examina
be report d to Mrs, Wright (2- tions fro 8:00, a.m., Oct,27 to
1379 or 2-3311) by 3:00 p.m. on the noon on Nov, I,
appropriate Visitors' Day. s - - ;
,"In order to get ,an accurate The company will' also partieip-
count of the number of visitors,. ate in Accident, Prevention Week Week-principals
principals Week-principals should arrange, for, a', '" '" MJ "etv noslers oa
central reg stratum aesx wnere service itulks auing me wees ai
i-". ("v.ra iriirKB
the public may register oa enter
ing ine ouuaing.. r,acn visi
should be report only once.
ing i he building. Each visitor carrying safety banner in the Oct.
Payroll Branca offices la Ancon.
ri j i" ; n a i a j a a a a rni a, i
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1 PImm lT -teest Hie letters limiNe te. aeae hH'V .- 7 J,
v' ItfAAtHv JeHw writm is kM trrtets "?..L-1
AprSM ta lttti trMM Marfaft.
THE MAU BOX
1 4 (
f fae Ganal Zone United Fund Drive has beeo efiecUvely Uunchr
ed with the governor df .the Canal Zone as the chiet ponsor. and
with $125,000 set as the goal for the lOSft-campaign drive. I do endors
3e Mew ; pltuslble, JpeciaUy from the pointy view tt.t m giving
this united Way it discourages unscrupulous exploitation of the. pubuc pubuc-pmnloves
pmnloves pubuc-pmnloves throuch shadowy schemes and, perfidious convassing for
f Among the popular organizations and societies listed to the supr
pftrted by this United Fund, i note "that there is no agency for local
religious or missionary activities and moral welfare. 1 cannot imagine
that this department of community welfare- i.ny less important than
the civic and social welfare which so far the fund supports.
; The church is the chief sponsor for religious activities and moral
welfart, and it has always struggled to try uvhs program
tlte support it has'been able to get from active members and devotees.
L ,t 1... .tm.nrforf itc wnrV and inpretsed its labor it has pad to
anA drives for
IKe current immdral trend in society, the increas of Juvenile. delin
qtincy. the abandonment of the home and fickle-mindedness of peov
pie who take sacred' vows, we have tp look to the church equally as
v may look to other agencies for their contribution to ouf community
life "' ' '.
The church must carry on its great wnrk of imparting spiritual
eflergy ard buildipg up morale in people; -working to preserve the
hme and its pi-fceless soJace and strengthen and, promote fami y
life. Therefore fte all should give to the church an'f Auonort its' work,
At f tiwnno j allnttd pntirelv to civic and .social
welfare organizations it seems that we should give a greater amount
toward local -missionary r religious acMvitiea and moral welfare
through 'the cfitirch. S u
It'weuld be i good IdeH that for every dollar we give to -the
Upite'Fund we wive two dollars or more to the religious movement,
; Moral Welfare..'-1
f disagree with k,srhoo1 for education, not frflN Pep rallies mar
tach the voiith of todav tho three "R.S." but they;, do teach
loyaTtyv and a togetherness- which is just a necessary to civilization
as Russia's -"Muttni-" is to them. t
J A anyone can toW vou. thp -rhool he?e haye a ver-it6olistand
infe. We are. ronroarwble to Nw York,. NwJeHey, and Pcnttsy-Jvaniaj
gcnool. 'ch are the hi?h"st in the U.S. todaf A ..W f
i -."to 'BMboa indent have not had any lieo rHW at fa mi
but 't'sn havpthfitn about 11:15 or so. A fot sendiU V W-watch
thp Tt.O,T:C. revjew w haven't' barf the chance to see 6ur corps in
rt'fi. .vet:, hnt we.Toolt'. fommrH to
sohnol dW the. critic attend. th didn't havNpe- rallies?
Tffyo'jitl h" Ver, nftivj hi schools since Harvard took'-up-. the game
and played Vale in 1&T4. i ,V- t
..' NAVY CANTEEN PRICES '.. i
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I would like io lmow why the price on sandwiches has been in increased
creased increased at the Navy Exchange Canteen at Rodman.. There has, been
a pnce hike of five cents on every kind of 'eaidwich, plus Other five
cents extra for lettuce and tomato which ia'riot aviilabl-tnosf df the
time. The only thing that never seems to .run sjun3 is onion, which,
is always stuffed' "into the sandwiches by the .handful. i
Last Thursday morning, I Was behind one of my coworkers in
the line and I heard him-ask for a glass of orange juicy. He was told
by one of, the employes behind the counter rthatjlhe .icange juice, bad
SWeak taste. To convince the customer this employe poured a small
amount in a glass and had him taste it. After sipping the contents,
the customer said it tasted as if it had been diluted with water be because
cause because it had a skklv color resemblini lenionade'i Ivln turn asked the
employe what brand of juice it-was.
antr snowed me. To my surprise 1
Drink. I asked the employe whv if
a large glass and there is nOne available,' We iff eliemgso'lH something
4aiai.-,xvi mi metallic fiiivc as yuic vi niigv juivc r lire empiuyc in lurn
said there was nothing that he could do about it.
I would like an explanation of some sort from 4he Navy Exchange
Officer to know why we are being charged, prices, for something that
we are not getting. Why are the prices being hiked when there has
not been an increase in oneration expenses? I know of several Navy
Exchange employes, who have not had a salary -.increase inyears.V-
i Almost Cypped.
Slrr .. .-?'
"Drooling" (Mall Box, Oct. 22) must fee new neigKbdrs down
this way. What does she mean that someone ought to start a
Pizza parlor? Maybe ehe' and her husband dpnl hit .the right
streets. Us Isthmians have been loading up: with Pizzas' for the
past six or seven years. And Pizzas are just as 'popular down
here as tin near home. ., ,
-For "Drooling's" Information, there are t6 Pizzas- Parlors
In Panama and both do a liustltng buslness. 'Dhe of them plac places
es places Is a saloon named Hancocks right smack on Central Avenue.
It Is true ye hafta go through a saloon to ,get Into .'the plice, ,or
there Is a nice alley you can go through -to git'vyour 1 Pizza. i
have run Into some drunks there and maybe a cockroach or
two. But they are the same breed of cockroach that ypu find
all iOver the Canal Zone. So why be so' thoosie; i KlJ
"Then hgain there Is the Atlas Garden' They too make Piz-
rag and have been pushing them out for a few years. I too,
.?rQl for a Pizza now and then ard If I dpn't want to run Into
drunks I choose the Atlas. The plate is large and plenty of air,
and maybe a cockroach or two running around. But they never
bothered me. I have eaten Pizzas In New Jersey, Miami, Chlc&f
go find New Orleans and I can tell you plain off, that the Pizzas
made at the Atlas Garden Is as good as I have gotten anyplace.
So as a real lover"0f Pizza. I can recommend the Atlas Garden,
tl hope I have helped "Drooling" out,n, her JPlzza matter.
Bpth of the places I have written about 'will serve her a
first class Pizza. But If she wants a more ladylike atmosphere
i which' to devour her Pizza, try the Atlas Garden.
f SOME QUESTIONS
Sir: ., ,' :
, .A an Army wife, I am writing to'ask."Thin1 Generation
Zonian" (Mail Box, Oct. 17) who or what she thinks she ia.
, 4 But first, bravo for "Frustrated shopper" (Mail Box,, Oct.
,15. What a contrast to the feeble (pine she generated from
Thifd Generation Zonian." Let me ask' 'third "Generation
' Zonln" these Questions:;
"Why : should "Frustrated Shopper" leave her husband or
t, the Zone? ., -.
, Who lives high on Army pay?
Who makes about three times as much as service person-
, R'lsiounanerer h. iff
. -Am tnr 'VrnmrmtA fiVinnnarV' rmshiinrt't' tw nmner inavhn
he didn't want them in the first place. Ana u tie aid, more
power vt him. What makes "Third Generatldn, Ionian? think
that servicemen don't earn their pay? '. uJl ...
' In ease he has not heard, the servicemen are here to defend
.'' and protect him, Just as other servicemen defended and pro-
tected the Zone hi time of war.
! A? for aervjee personnel "sneaking". Into "Third Generation
Izonlah'a'! ccmlesary and buying Dt-Tuff why -ahonW
they do hat when they can do their shopping' In their own
commissaries it out one-third of the price. : ; ,, i v ; h
t Temperfiurf dat: "Frustrated Shopper? .mlfle; Thlrd
i Geiiiratlon Zonlah'8?-' blood : boil. "Third Generation Zonian"
v lalt m cold.
H ftWjnjrW m AWe
financial supports When we;view
, spirit saiDoi 3
He took. JhV can from the freezer
saw the label marked Orange
mire oranee iuice cost 15 cents for
l uinr uroai i
By VICTOR RIESEU.
It was Dick Nixon himself who
decided to be the life ot his party.
Just about one month ago nc
read a series of short memos from
national itepuolican atrtuekui.
He spoke to some ef them per personally.
sonally. personally. Their terse reports' rang
with gloom; They said that they
expected to lose 40 seats in the
House and perhaps IS in the Sea
ate;. k-.v. .!'
Dick Nixoa reached for his pri private
vate private phone. He talked to parly
leaders. He :consulted his own
eiuei. He was ready to take res
ponSibility for a "hit-and-run" po policy.
licy. policy. h ." t f
Someone observed that the GOP
had to hit hard in 1958 so it could
really run in. I960. The Vice-President's
strategy was aimed at dis discovering
covering discovering where there Was life left
in the Republican Party's precinct
units. He decided he could take
the pulse in only one 'fashion his
own. He would hit hard at the
opposition the combination ' of
Democrats and the:r labor allies
with a sharp attack.'.
While the opposition hurled back
angry retorts he would la di out
in another direction with sharper,
inoie cuiurvversiii pouuri as assaults.
saults. assaults. Then in a third, direction.
And so on through what's, left jrf
the camoaign. ,
From this s'rategy Nixon expects
twin reactions he hopes to cut in into
to into the Democratic vote and. at
the same time, get a sort of po
litical Oeicer coimt df wht s r,'i
func'ioniog smoothly, in the Re-
Dubhcan machinery. Then he'll
know what areas to hit with re
vivalist tent speeches.
W at has not yet been deeded
inside the Nixon sanctum is how
to tackle the leaders of ISO
politically active national unions.
Most of all the Vice-President
reportedly would love to clash per
sonally with Walter Reuther. But
no one has ouite figured out how
this caa be donr.,
True, the tMted" Automobile
Workers "oolithiBl machine tis
Dile-driving irr this campaignTiut
t it operatm much more quietly
than in previous years. Reuther
and his colleagues in, the UAW's
high command ,ar"' not planning
anv spectaculat1 political rallies. :
They have men. speaking but
primarily to their own locaTs. They
have been camoaining in print-
hut through the million cop es of
their newspaper, "Solidaritv". The
unmn still has its 40 outlets ''for
radio broadcasts and one Jv
how. But its most effective noli-
tical campaienin? is being done
through the old CIO regional coun
1 It Is through these councils n('
their nolitical action erouos that
the TTAW's camiign i'rection Rov
Reuther; is work'n. To, dat the
post dramatic or the Auto nnio
technloues are dav lone visits to
unemployment insurance head headquarters;
quarters; headquarters; In New Jersev, for ex-
molPi th auto Unionists hxve
urned out & .m...Jt the Garden
Bute's 'S' "r Tn two,Tivter
pass out li eraure and hope to
esh at i 17.00" 'onie's iv
recipients with broadsides endors-
" the Democrats t'CKt.
There's a powerful Reoublicar
miiHpol machine in Jersey and
Dick N'xon nrants to activate if to
niitrlize th lnhor emoaisn.
For it was the rhf-written if if-coi'its
coi'its if-coi'its of tb Ubor dr ve whiVh
nettled th Vic President when he
'esmed tfcst there -was -j i-al
What also startled him and a
handful of his intimates were other
enorts comin" o" o. Vermont anrt
Idaho. Some of these said bluntly
that the lOfT-vea-old Republican
fortress in the Green Mountains
would be taken by me nemo-eratic-labor
combine. Tvpical. too.
in addition to the small, fluiet but
hard-working labor force in Ver Vermont,
mont, Vermont, is the labn drive in Idaho
There the Republic" have had
Httle difficulty in winning since
But now. scores of women are
stuffin? envelopes instead of pota potatoes.
toes. potatoes. These are the women orga
nized by the small but effective
AFL State Federation or iaoor
In the past few weeks, tney ve
nt nut nver .77.000 nieces Of li
terature. Not Just to the city and
factory folk, but to the rural ais-
To Nixon's people the political
arithmetic looked bad. president
Eisenhower won by some i.w
mt last time. A Swltcn OI 31, uw
wnnlH he enoueh to beat even Ike.
But far fewer votes will be cast
this year, so it would take less
for the Democratic-labor alliance
to win. ..... v
That's why Nixon decided on the
Vhit-and run" tactics. His party
cannot afford to lose states nke
Idaho and Vermnt. He xeeii xnai
if the uOP Isirt "snooK up in
1958, it will be "beat" in .1960.
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Earn 8.8 interest
First mbrtf agw ,on A-l
building and propartiat.
Free service and.' collec collection.
tion. collection. tM
and Loan Association.
32-21 Justo Arosemena Ave.
- corner J2nd Street.
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SAN FRANCISCO I was hav
ing auoit cnai with Vice-President
Richard M- iNixon here last weeK,
as he wan in process of jeopardiz
lhg his front-running political po'
sitioh, by diving heavily and hear
tily into tervent policial turmoil in
The smart thing for Nixon, who
is riamg a popularity peak Tight
now, would be to lay, back and
piay .it cool," Instead of getting him himself
self himself mizted Up in-other people's
Mxon a position-right now is
tricky,' because he's caught bet
tweea sunny California s Gov.
Goody Knight and aspirant Bill
Knowland, with the prospects that
Uemocrauc sweep by the Fat
Brown forces money -heavy from
abor .would surely cost Nixon
dearly in his home state, in both
aaiioni., prestige rwna party be benefits.
nefits. benefits. And ultimately, in his
:hances for the GOP Presidential
Nixon and the warring Repub
licans are up against a staggering
flock of money from the coffers
of Hoffa, Reuther and Bridges, who
openlv back Pat Brown.
Gubernatorial candidate Know-
land has said that labor is' spend
ing five million .dollars in Callfor-
LIFE...A BOY'S LOVE.?,
AND A MAN'S DESIRE.
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I WAS TOO'
TO FEEL A
H aw hi Mil'. aanitayWi
COLON by DKLUXI ClNMASCpP
s Neck,1 Out Again
By BOB RUARK
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nia this year as somebody pointed-out,
more than halt as rnucu
money as aewaru paid the Rus Russians
sians Russians foe Alaska.
i have to aamire;. Dick Nixon
for sticking 'his neck out again,
ine man has enemies, a majority
of whom date back to his slrening
prosecution of the Alger Hiss-Whisker
Chambers business,-but no
one to date has been able- to .ac .accuse
cuse .accuse him of .either, indolence or
deviation' frnS duty? He' is -some
15 pounds? thhiner' than' a year'.or
so ago, andi.he fold me he has
had some pine full days' vacation
in 12 yeari t, 1 (
Nixon has.had his neck out ever
since be took on the Hiss forces,
and has" probably been victim- of
as vicious a, slurring campaign as
anybody an modern politics. But
he had' managed to beat it down
to eveflf grudging r admiration
from his enemies. 7
His spectacular, success in the
South American riots, his popul popularity
arity popularity in Africa, and his sure know knowledge
ledge knowledge of the ins-and-outs of t'A.'
Presidential' workshop have mat.s
of him 'a Vice-President without
precedent. : 1
It ican' be recalled, that Truman
knew nothing of the atqm bomb
business when Roosevelt died and
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BRADFORD '-1 CHRISTINE I jOHRSltri'l S (f:'
mi i maii PADrnr hatuic M ill ; v
WH)HWBfj III lX
HENRT M0H W' (M GOODRlCH-ALSLgT Wit
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lf mm th.vw t w. nAZvS."?W-tt' 1m' Phoned
... w yw,
During President '' Eisenhower's
illnesses, Nixon ran the chair as
u he had been its prime mcom mcom-bent
bent mcom-bent all' along; JHe may have work worked
ed worked himself into a lather, but he
knew the right pigeonholes for the
right -papersy and t the government
marched along as" smoothly as be before.
fore. before. N.xon is an nhnrment nf jtnftnes.s.
f especially" in government, and
while ie ,is a-man w!w can telt
an. expedient Irom a flight, a pun I
in the chops from a parley, he m
basically an advocate of the strong
tioerea toughness that. once made
us admired 'rather than scorned
by our neighbors abroad.!
. Between the lines 1 seeiri to read
a disappointment in the loss of,
our prestige broftdjif.d the grow growing
ing growing softness of.. oar pople ti
home a growing complacency and
a lack, of 'interest in 'the big gam
bleif. i .
Nixon's hobby is 'a-, istudy j of
world governments from the start
of recorded time,'- and it is no
secret that complacency marked
the beginaings,of the' ends com complacency
placency complacency being' the forerunner of
corruption and final decadence. ;
Speaking for myself, 1 could, cite
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,' CLINTON, Tenn IiMJie main
eaj-ance of tne- Clinton, leenn,,
higiv school, or. rather what's left
oi ii, lull bangs a pos er. It stares
ai you. as you pick your way
hrough the broken glass, the plas plaster,
ter, plaster, the splintered-desks, the warp-
ea iocxers where chilaren ; ice
pui meur sweaters ana luncuiioz
- Th gn is "eloquent of the prob problem
lem problem facing most communities and
especially that of this little town
i It- reads: ,.'Are you .concerned
aDOUt .' VOUT rhiM'a -arlncitinn'9
JWake your Voice heard.'
J ne voices -of Cl nton' narenti
were just, being heard regarding
new junior .nigh school i- when
uwy lost thetc senior highi school.
In fact, it wa earlv; la th mom.
;ng of the very same night that
the school .board met to consider
the new; junior. high school that
the senior high sc'n'-W its
classrbomt gu ted, its brick walls
bulged out end its TOor decimat decimated.
ed. decimated. .-Now thj fown aeedi two
Schoo'ir ns'eao of one. -,.
40n the morning of that.explo that.explo-sion
sion that.explo-sion peoplfl i.came out in the early
ing wha had hapoehed.
in front vof them they saw the
SChoolhoilSA rfhV hA nrnrlr4 liovJ
to build jnd :stiU had aot entirely
. ..' STRONG. MEN WEEP V : I
WvK?aV Principal' of Clin
ton High School, .is. a stron man
He 's. strong physically and st-ong
in de'ermination.' As he stood look look-ing.at
ing.at look-ing.at Jthei gutted schoolhouse tears
V"cu uu.nu is tneeus. mere is
no hing so pathetic is a strong
uinu weeping,, but Human's neigh neighbors
bors neighbors didn't jnotice, They' were
I didn't take .the Clinton, school
uu long, n&wever. to rernvi-r
H. fl rsn... it. .:
me creamery o-
mi.i ii aim uemeni i,in Nash
m an,k a)fment n Nashvi'le.
'Don't thnsA ,-;hMiv
a single dav of schoo','' the gov-
iiur iirgea ,-Take them out on
ncta ciasse 'f neces-
?Kr'utsh?,w those dynamiters
hat Clmto? High School isn't go-
Lf0 h6t closed np single dav."
The.. school boa-d fc-'lowed his
aavice. wnton High School has
no been c'osed n s nuu a
T.0nc fhS'fir,5t Mnday, following
the ,SjmdY 'hoinbin?.- schopi
tine. uymnasium Groups
Huuieu m Drare cvrners of the
i.-c oMKeinau court!?, i
; Siniultaneoji'th fchool board
was busv workingout Trians- wt'h
nartvi Oak Rlflmkf -4ii.i
abandoned, bu Idin '.closed when
rfentLlof lht Atomlc Enersy
t ..ntw.V- iMn... J ...1 ....I.
- Oak Ridgr officials pav
oooperMiop rrt-,P.i Cushinn;
suoer nenf "Osk" RMe
Fcnooisr rert w. Ford, director
his sssis'ant pitched In. scnbbd
floors, moved desks, helped -get
riance as an example of, what
-.uniinpss, ano yacuiation can do
?vc aJnat10"- nd Mention
that Enaiand tould possibly be
heading in the same direction. The
avoidsnc? of iWiis.a kevstone
to softening and ultimate rollanse,
nnf J-1 Pl Nix Nixon
on Nixon js that he .believes: issues are
to be airedt TrecoPnired as issue
and fought out,', honestly jn iuJI
wihlic view, t
Whether it was against the fm-ees
hat, attacked on ths His
yung, or the ridiculous rumpus a
ew years back whf-h,made even
his- little dot; Checker public
nivot for, abuse whthcr 4t wa
sfandin-,eff n howl'ni 'crowd 'o
oroiessjonai rioters in South Ame
."""-Nixon is no man to duck ar
issue. v - r
At least .he has a crrenflv r.
tnarkahlp abilitv, to dire"
Sptwe"n the snke In the grass
and the ones,, the, mind.,,
. ,'' U
(one half block to the
the new school at Oak Ridge re4
dy for -Clioiou-t 87o iiuueiu. j
In three hecuc day$ this was-
Whoever it was that so careful-'
ly planed hrte heavy concenra-v
Uons of dynamite in different
pans of the Clinton High School
oia not succeed. ia. upsettinfl iu
curr.culum for even one da,.
T "" IKE PLAYS BRIDGf 7'
-It was- only after g:Ung the S
studenU relocated" in the Oak -Ridge
schuol mUes away; that 1
the Clinton school board went 10
Washingn jto see President Ei-
senhower. - t
- Tbey were philosophic'a'l at first
about the. fact that he woulVnot
see them. .
'feturping home- wiih
only a driblet.' of Federal aid
promised. and. after learning that
Ike tookihe aft noon off after
wfil'.K t0 t0 hake S ;
m h-itb?mivthey re; not so pbilc pbilc-sophical.,They
sophical.,They pbilc-sophical.,They are, hitler. "V
:J:e fave now learned, that m m-mediateljr
mediateljr m-mediateljr after refusing to sea
them Eisenhower took three dayi
off playing bridge with Cliff Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, his mvestmenf broker,-Alton
Jones' of Cities Service, an
'he7 are wondering
whether-lhe Pres-'dent plae,i
bridge-playing ahead of children.
ihl tY "S "Pecially bitter over'v
the fac( that these', art children -who
are a symbol.. They 'are a
symbol of the fact that tne South v
cut not anh does not want to inte-
fr Sv Washington gets no help J
from Wash ngton. s f
v"When we -were forced. to nte-'
said udge- Yar.
neiio the government gave u nii
protection: We asked for it," but
hey said that the protection of -the
school and the children was -'
our own local problem. We final-'
y licked .that problem. and f r
the last two years had been get-
tin along fine.
"Then when ou schoolfiouse
blown up, Washington again says
thu your Oroblem
"It isn't fair We gs practical practical-ly
ly practical-ly no help lit rebuilding our
school. We still Can't f understand
why the President -wouldn't even
bother to, see us.- V isn't fa;r."-
The people of ClmtOn- wre proud
people.. At firs' they didn't like
the idea of what- theycalled
"charity." ."We can't go out and
pais the hat,"- remarked- one of
themv!' -'" -ni i fi-.: ti
But faced- with 'the problem of
vir uaHyno'lie'n from- Wa'igl
on.-'plus'the fact 'that-' tHey now
have to -bu'ld two. .new nigh
schoo's. junior and 'senior' they
gratefully oonsen'ed to let o'hera
They.'thdugh perhaps the "re "re-building
building "re-building of tlte'r school might be be-come
come be-come a' monument to law and or-,
der, an expression -of aroused oub oub-lic.indignion
lic.indignion oub-lic.indignion ,agint the bomb-
ings of schoo's and plates of'wof of'wof-ship
ship of'wof-ship everyplace in the iiation.
. VPENDSHI BRICKS
Manv ichools are m a k n 41
small bunks eut M 'tin boxes
shtil lik a brfclr and vr.
d With. ted paper. They are eeli
Ueln meny fprs "FrUndjhip
Bricks" build up the lami
rlon hy lwin jf D
ton Schoef House, Clin'en, Tenn.
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HC HIT PAN r '
1 TOKYO (TJPT)- Tne' "-"hula
''00,,, crA ha f hit .Tanon
Twelve cu'e ball school students
-""-ftert wh'l, wh'rline the boons
for n?wsmen,,and r.hn'o-i-.r
night. .The hoops were introduced
here by an American' toymakei.
left, of the National
fit' '') .i1-
, i r''d'
FRIDAY, OCTOBEB 24, HAS
1BK f AMAMA AMEK1CAH All OTDiriNDCNY DAILY MtWSfANEE
f AUft JHXT3
- if. -i '''.Vi k:
teacherapplications Icwrting1 In might rnak, it possible aoon to increase the number ,f
es i;f or funlbraand abphorjhoree had bean hld up iy critic!; taaaHar fcortage.;
U School SupafintBrtdantiW C. flrasnearisaja tnat. a-yirerj rarga numparoT appiiea-j
a?had':toWrfaca cortductinf, junior. And ophe-i
lasiea: H2ftedl2Rwi30ni9rii;taohaft:w frmdWi,
by 14 ''JeacharitaM lie ftr-itoryJ
uauauit. inat-,once.4Qusea vw yiu yiu-versity
versity yiu-versity of Arkuuai ardvW e&.
ier. C V
Bmsheirj jdd.that M-nxm as
classes were startetb fo tb,lw tb,lw-er
er tb,lw-er grades ,he would request" rep representatives
resentatives representatives ot-.the State flepirt flepirt-mentof
mentof flepirt-mentof Educatioa to inspect the
tacitities -with a- view to obtaining
accreditation., f v "'''
Dr. T Ranty; rasldtit fs
Mw prlyato eiol1orara1lon,'
said- that pvbli t' ontr.butlonir
had tori coming In a i'fastor
rata than ovor-oofora."! r
- Tha estimated $60O000 required
to operate th jchool for 4 yea?,,
ke aaid,-'sems perhap aot -oite
ao formidableJas 'befor.'" 4
Classes for another 485 white
student, ara 'schedule to start
Monday ia three Baptist churches.
Th rg were 3,698 students, attend attending
ing attending the city's f loor ihigh vschools
that- werr closed1 by Gov.Orval
E. Fubus to 'prevent' integration.
MeanwhHa llv shew that six
out of stvan' residents' ofv .tho
South are. epposedfe mixing or
rhe raeasaeter ding t a students
ef rac relations from. Ha r ward
University.- 1 ?
Dr.-Thomas K.Pettigre; gave
the 'figures in a -lecture at' East
Carolina College; 1a -Qreenvflle, N.
C;- -. 1 y ?- a
He said this attitude has result-
ed in "giving'imuch of our time to
creating resistince, vnot- to haadf
ling oor problems inatsmally and
reahsticallr."j i ?
.1 :ir.;' t
s. wiH be dynamited if this ap
proach is continued!" he asked
'How- many tens of thousands of
chidren will be denied an educa
tion? :Howmany violent mobs
will be -produced- to provide pu-;
blicity around the world?";. ,:
- The answers Be in tne quaury
of .leadership in- the South. Petti Petti-Bfew
Bfew Petti-Bfew aaid. and the South' s best
hope is the 'latent liberal" who
miv eraduaiiv lose ms.conioria-
ity. to traditional .prejudice against:
... VfiepaTes iw mm vwimm (
I rest' ef j Parents and Taehrs
proved -yesterday be evenly
divided en the state's ."massive;:
' resistance'' method ef cembatinr
admission 'of Negroes te white
uhaali j '
The erouv passed a'resolutlow
asking "a local option solution
to the- segregation problem in;
schools but by only a two vote
Th vote was slit souarely down
the mlddle' on ranothet resolution,
calling for continued scnooi segro-,
gation and endorsing the resist
ance stand of Gov. IJLindsay Air
mond. It failed for Jack of a. ma majority.
jority. majority. "i f 1 -.Delegates
northern Vitginia led support for
the .local option measure, v .- f;
The "massive resistance" plan
has closed six schools-in Norfolk,
two. in' Charlottesville and one in
A s integration order becomes
Ineffective next Jahuary in Arling-
FBI Moves To Step Up ;lh Role In Fighting
Hate-Bomberi Of Temple Churches, Schools
tically invoke- the- closing law ;a-
Cain. -v v-
; It is estimkted that about three-
fifths of the 3,698, displaced stu students,
dents, students, ia Little Rock 'are atending
pnvae or cnurch supported
scnoois," UKing correspondence
courses or nave ttaaaferred . ti
9ther schools. V J
. If was reported, however, 'that
only 211 ef the 71? etudents erx
irelled at Little Rock's Negro
;high scbeel are attending clav
es ef env kind.
: Fourteen Negroes are to bo on
trial today night in the first ph.se
of their, test case against a- new
bus seating policy in, Birmingham
Alas v f. r, '' y-ii
Among them Is ,tKo Rev f. L
Shuttlesworth, integration ; leader
whv also is threatening a& attack
on the .. city's.. ooUcv".4 of. ifearei,
gating park facilifiee. ":'
In. Washington, the TdSrl.Civ TdSrl.Civ-4
4 TdSrl.Civ-4 Rights Commission"- announced
tion to-igive -itR agentaiccess- to
voter-registration records Ja -Alabama.
The state's attorney gen
eral jiaa oraereo; registrars to
turn the agents; away;. ..
-The FBI moved today to. step
up its role in, the fight against
"hate. Bombers" who sees: to-de
stroy churches, aynagoguea -and
integrated ichools; i. ':
t- Director-Edgar -Jtoover: an
nounced the FBI would hold
special, conference! onathf ,tate
and local police in the next two
months to- outline investigative
services his. organization- can
make' available1 in actual or
threatened bombing tases.
v Hoover's statement V. -was .A
''new vindication of tnereuinr
L .Federal,concern,ever hate-mo-
tivatea .bomomga m several
- feeetJons of the country. 1
. Hoover outlined the FBI's ac
celerated role ;br bomblns eases
shortly. before a) small, home homemade
made homemade pombs was found; in cen
tr,ai High School at Peorli, 111.
, a Police dismissed the Incident,
as a student pr ant The Incident
cami about 10 days altera bomb
exploded ln.s Feorla synagogue.
--.The FBI chief said ha elt that
these flutrares" tan Be matenau
ly-curbed ty an: arouseid1 public
opinion; a coordinated effort on
and 'by atern treatment of per
r Hoover, Joined rreauent tn tn-enhower
enhower tn-enhower in condemning the-
' Incidents. iThe Fresldent has
" requested speeial reports en.
komblnr lavestigatlens, even
dnrinr. bis ..Jnst concluded
eengreaslonal election eam eam-paltn
paltn eam-paltn swing.
Hoovert said -meetings of FBI
of ficlaW ?and loear,attttortties
Would-be-held throughout the
United States Puerto Rico and
Hawaii dnrlnt-' November ano
December. ? -.
Hefsaidvthelr.purposa was to
acalnjl State nflecal officials
wltn tne rei's rcooperauve ae
Jri 'Tedent 'bombing eases the
FBI has sent agents to the
soen,arialyaed evidence in its
prlnt facilities available and hast
COVerea OUVOI-Biato leaas lur
, Meanwhile more than 6001
whiter arid Negro students from
-aU sectlonr of the nation plan
te eanyetVe e Washington to to-'
' to-' 'worrowt to "demonstrate to
Ithe. part of Federal,-state and Jhe world that I4le, Rock is
.1oealflaw' eifteetmol eneleli. .al'iAsarieay,rif 4 ..
flponsora of the "Youth March
for Integrated Schools" said a
committee of elghtr-four whites
from Southern schools and four
Negroes from the North and
South wll seek fin audience
wiw rreaiaeni sisennower,
They said the youth march, in
preparation since September,
was. Intended to "strengthen, the
hand of President Elsenhower In
his enforcement of the Constltu
Sponsors are Roy Wilklns,
executive secretary of the
NAACF; the Rev. Martin la lather
ther lather RingNegTe minister who
led the Montgomery, Ala, bos
boycott; former baseball star
- Jackie Robinson, Mrs. Daisy
Bates .of the Arkansas branch
of the NAACF; A. rwup a-
dolph, president or the Brotn Brotn-'
' Brotn-' erhood of Sleeping Car For
ters; and Mrs. Ralph Bnnche,
" wife of a Negro united Natlone
Their announcement said stu
dents; from the fourth; grade
through college will converge oh
Washington by bus and plane.
South iCarbliiia's i Governor Hassles
Vrth Billy Graham Over Sermon Plans
COLUMBIA, S,C.vOct.3 (UPI)
-Evansielist iBilly .'Graham and
South CarqJinavGov. George .Bell
Tim merman were locked today -in
a spiritual-temporal -"battle over
the evangelists plans o preach
a sermon Sunday jo" slate proper
ty -! r t, ,f
Timmerraan M;d the Isiue was
whether Graham's plans to preach
on the state house grounds 'cotv
s';tirted a -!'yltionj of .the fiIaw
of the land" and the- principle of
"seoaratmn of cMnrch nd state.-"
But Timmermen reaffirmed
his firsthand rferemestsvehjec-,
tion to the -Graham rally, thati
he evnieli$t'(': s widely-'
known advocate of dnegrega-
tion", ' 1 ;
The governor denied permission
had been Ranted -for use of -the
grounds and said he would leave
ii ta G?ahamsl"cQnscieni;e ar to
whether' he wiU trepas?' on -state
pronerty. ; 1
; "The .Lord "willmg, :,plaii to Be
in rolumbiaarscheHuledr',' said
Graham. whoMs-winding un, a-re-ligious
i'crusSde-V rinhis home
town of Charlotte, N.C.
Timmtrman said the Issue ef
'rendering. imte C'a.e s a r the
things tht are Casar' had
-been joined by the participaMen
n .Graham's rally1 ef ','an Inte Integrated
grated Integrated Army-detachment."
" He said that 'aucb detach detachment
ment detachment had f'erected Army property-
in front .of the i south Krear)
step f of. the state-house in prep preparation
aration preparation 'for "the Graham' lally;w
Timmerman referfed te k three three-foot
foot three-foot high wood and? steel platform
made up of two Army boxing
rings that will seat a choir for
The stand fwas provided by the
Special Service 'umt of nearby
Fort Jackson, Which frequently
cooperates' 'with 'the city of Co Co-lubmia
lubmia Co-lubmia in preparation for 'civic
Fort.? Jackson, like -all Army
posts, is racially1 integrated.
Timmermansaid the stand had
been erected "in apparent defi-
ance" -of the "well-known principle"-!
of church and state separa separation,'
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MR. AND MBS. ED MAN ISSUE INVITATIONS
FOE SOCIAL EVENT HONORING VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. Georje William Edman wUl
Tuesday evening at cocktails honoring Mr. and Mrs Ldward
Barrett who are visiting on the Isthmus. The event will be
given from six to eight o'clock at the Edman residence In
W CMrf 'Barrett, a distinguished U. S. newsman, is siting
Panama as a cart of a tour of Latin American capitals He
is d?r?ctor of the school of journalism at Columbia Univer-
Michael Witkin Joint
Honorary Sielegy Group
Michael Witkin, ion of Rabbi
ana Mrs. Nathan Wiuin ol Hal Hal-boa,
boa, Hal-boa, has been houored an mvita mvita-tion
tion mvita-tion to the honorary biology lru lru-lernity
lernity lru-lernity Phi Sigma at Washington
ana Jefferson Col ege, Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Pa., where he is a third year
In his freshman year, he re received
ceived received he trehman award for
scholarship given by the Phi Beta
Kappa chapter. In his second. year
he was invited to join the honor honorary
ary honorary chemistry fraternity, Chi Ep Ep-ailon
ailon Ep-ailon Mu.
' The sluden' was graduated from j
Balboa High School with the clash
Cocktail Party Honor
New Embassy Secretary
Ralph J. Rible, new secretary
at the U.S. Embassy was honored
yesterdav afternoon at a cocktail
party given by Roger C. Abra Abraham,
ham, Abraham, second secretary of he Em Embassy.
bassy. Embassy. The affair was given in
the Fort Amador Officers' Open
featured a session of bingo games
under ihe direc.ion of Mrs. Alice
Craver and Mrs. Helen Shannon,
social co-chairmen. Attending the
mee.ing were 37 members and
Hostesses who served refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were Mrs. Erna Forkas,
Mrs. Rutlt Hall, Mrs. Betty Hol Hol-lingsworth
lingsworth Hol-lingsworth and Mrs. Eva Manice.
Winning prizes during the even evening
ing evening were Mrs. Kay Rodgers, Mrs.
Craver, Mrs. Grace Turscotl, Mn.
Beverly Kinsey, Mrs. Nanice, Mrs.
Pal Jadict. Mrs. Shannon and
Mrs. Erna Forkas. Mrs. Barbara
Wyrick won the cash jackpot and
Mrs. Ruth Hall was the grand
Tlie next function of the club
will be a reeulur business meeting
TiiMdav. November 4. All NCO
wives living at Fort Clayton and
Fort Amador arc invited to atend.
Fort Clayton NCO Wives
Snjoy Bingo Social
A socia1 meeting of the
CONTINUED ON PAGI FIVE)
Mother Kills Twin
Boy At Birth, But
SYRACUSE. N.Y. (UPI)-A 33
vear-old woman gave birth to twin
Clayton NCO wives Clui) uus wcck boys in her 'nome last nigni,
then k lied one of them and itab;
HIKI FOR VltARS ,. ,.
T"i; n;,l Anrir tirae f all Off
LONDON (UPD-Thf Most Fev. e Ved cal associa associa-Dr.
Dr. associa-Dr. Geoffrey F. Fisher, archbish, eer, loday lo t to the
op of Canterbury, announced es- hame flf M,ps Ger;rude Pearson
terday a six shilling (.84). aggjSi gt an emergency mater.
-weekly salary Increase for Brit- T, sgid the doctor noticed
Bill S 4.4,UUU wi "ft
vicars. The archb'shop said the
average salary of a vicar now
was $2,007 a year, plus a rent rent-free
free rent-free house. He said the wage was
not "satisfactory" when compared
with the earnings of "other
learned professions" -but 'ha'
church commissioners could not
authorize bigger Increases now.
"V"' i. 1 i
'Shoot Down' Two
WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Air
Force announced today that a
pair of lis Bomarc interceptor
missiles have simultaneously
"shot down" two unmanned Fly
ing For ress bombers in a sue
cessful test controlled from some
1,500 miles away.
The test was the first success
ful multiple launching of the 250-
mile-range ground to-air missile.
. The two Bomarcs roared up
from the Atlantic lest range at
Cape Canaver!, Fla., Tuesday on
a push button signal from the
SAGE (semi-automatic ground en environment)
vironment) environment) center at Kingston,
N.Y. They were entirely con controlled
trolled controlled in fligh by the Kingscon
station, the Air Force said.
Flying at supersonic speeds, the
ar-breathing misr'les successfully
intercepted two QB17 "drone"
targets. The QB17 is the now
obsole'e World War II four-engine
For purposes of the test, the
Air Force said, the Bomajrcs did
not actually hit the planes but
scored deliberate "near misses."
dodgirg away at the las' minute.
Significance of the test, one
Pen agon official said, was, to
prove thit the SAGE-Bomare
team can. simultaneously seek out
more than one target in an ap
proaching bomber force. A, s'ngle
Nike missile air defense unit can
control only one missile at a time
a newiy-Dorn Doy naa siso wuuima
and found post natal evidence that
a second chH apparently had
been born to Mrs. Pearson.
The dodo called an ambulance
and police. Police searched the
house and found the body of the
second infant stuffed in a jewelry
box. A report said the baby d:ed
of a "hemorrhage and multiple
The surviving infant was 'given
a grwd chance to live. Mrs. Pear Pearson's
son's Pearson's m o I h e r, Mrs. Gladys
Noyes, and her husband, William,
wee booked for investigation.
INDS U.S. VISIT
MADRID, Soafn (UPI) The
Marquesa de Vl'laverde, the only
daughter of Spanish chief of state
Francisco Franco, has returned to
Madrid from a visit to
the United States Her husband,
a doc'or. remplned in 'he United
States for medical studies.
lack aotice tor Inclusion in ikJa
column should submitted w
rwK-writtc tM end aiaiiad
thm box numbof littad daily i 'So.
cM aad' Otherwise or daliyetod
ft hand, fa the olfko. Notltoa a.(
meeting cannot bo accepted bv
s T f
AiUntie Cimera Cli 'l
A slide clinic Witi'be held dur
ing a meeting of the Atlantic Ca Camera
mera Camera Club Monday evening al
7:45 in the club rooms at Mount
Hope. Also to be shown la the
club glide set "This Is Panama"
which has returned from its cir circuit
cuit circuit trip. 1
A fu.ure eVent for the club 's
a proposed trip to Portobelo
which is beica planned for No November
vember November 2 by 0ick Parker.
Guests are invited to attend
Cops Find Buddy,
Whole Family Shot
To Death Al Home
BUFFALO, N. Y. (UPI)-Two
officers checking last night to
see why Patrolman Edward J
I IHrlrmin 3ft failed to renort for
duty, found all four memWs of
hii familv shot to death.
Six bullets fired by Biddeman's
wife, mildred, 36, from his 38
caliber service revolver wiped out
what neighbors said was a quiet,
Biddeman and two children, Ed Edward
ward Edward Jr., 5, and Maureen, 8,
were found in .bed.- Mrs. Bidde
man, who hao saved the last
bullet for herself, lay dead on the
kitchen flooir -. in her nightgown
and nink housecoat.
Detec'.ive Chief John J, Whalen
laid Mrs. Biddeman, who ; had
suffered a nervous breakdown
early this year following the
death of her father, apparently
went berserk lit the tidily kept
cVelling about J: a.m. Tuesday.
Whlen theoriied the -woman
slipped out of bed while the rest
of the household' slept and went
to a closet to remove he re revolver
volver revolver from where it hung in a
holster belt. She then returned to
thfe bedroom, shot her husband ih
Ihe head and killed her children
by shooting each twice in the
Medical Examiner James F.
Benedict called it a case of homi homicide
cide homicide and suicide.
Basic Training Sfsslen Held far
f vr cenvehionce s V J
"Parent participation h the
strenght of Cub Scouting", said
John R. Gough,;S. leader in instructor
structor instructor of Canal Zone Council No.
801,' B.S.A:,"at the aecond Cub
eaders basic training session
held last Wednesday night at the
Panama Canal Co. training center
This idea wei woven through throughout
out throughout the many varied parts of the
program which Included a 40-min-utt
fUmstrip titled "The Achieve Achievement
ment Achievement Plan", 'conducted by Cept.
Albert P. Vlerla, and Roy G. Bar Barrett,
rett, Barrett, neighborhood commissioner;
exhibits and charts illustrating
cub scout achievements .and elect elect-ives
ives elect-ives projects; a nail driving con
test; songs, and a stunt titled "A
Cub Scout In A Toyshop", in which
all those who attended particip participated.
ated. participated. '... ; j
Twenty-nine adults attended,
from eight different packs, as fol follows:
lows: follows: : r
Norbert H. McCauley, M. Bur Bur-kenroad.
kenroad. Bur-kenroad. J. Hattrick. Z. Naar.
Rose Brogie, Norene Brennan of
R. Hellmund, Caroline G. Smith,
Crisetta P. Poppe. Victoria Os-
tenso, Doris Fol?er, Elaine Payne
of Pack 4;Shirley J. Va c h e r,
Pack 5,- John R. Gough, Sr. Pack
7: Vlcent Biava. Helen F. Cox.
Rose Hudgins, E. M. D'rtnn Jo
Ann Shuey, Pack 10; J. W. Winn,
W. S. Johnson, Pack 13:" Ct Al Albert
bert Albert P, Vielra, Nona M. Vieir,
Geraldine Glass, Pack IS;
Csrol Wright, Pack 20 and Roy
The third and last cub training
session this yeor. "Den and Pack
Activities", will b presented on
Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. also a
he Activities use in Den and
Pack meeting will be stressed.
Tricks, nuzzles, games, songs
ceremonies, ano" nrngrsm plan
nine will be included, AJl cuh-
masters, assistants, den motbur
committeemen, other cub leader?
and 'nterpsted n,rorits are "i"1'
ed, Training certificates will be
For the Best
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For complete information consult AVIANCA
More than J00 Explorer Scof
from nack snH troops in the Cs
nal Zone "exolored" every nnok-
tinv the "rt'nna o'
Air Force Base when thev helH
"'eir "rendezvous" Oct. 17 and
The hoys were seoprated" into
four gronnn that to""! oneri)t1o"i
took a 4,Vmiflnte fliohf in a C-(7
witn!sed demonstrations tof flre
fiehtine, Jet ensine oreration
aid test, and demonstration in
the jun"! survival r ( fh?r
dav started w'th reveilfp at fi-?ft
a.m. Wlowd hy a samnle o' A'"r
worce hreakfas 'n't n. insoecnn.
From 8 a,m. till 4:30 o.in., thev
visited and learned a much ahon
AiurooK. in a iav and a naif as
many neop' who hvp been h"
for year'. Th'r fiU dav ndpi'
with stwner at the dinip-'
n Exolorer dance at the Caribe
Oeral'l Dovle. rh'pf of the Ar-
'chitectural Urnnch Panama r'g.
jnal Co. snH member of th Bnv
SOUt5 aclintv comittpo for th
Canal Zone Ciunril Bov Scouts o'
America, vas nro'ot officer lw
this Exrilorcr renriorvou'?. Tt
Jamen ?J r;.-frev, of All-onV AFf
assited Poyl'- in comrilot'ng. ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for this event.
Take s look at the West hand
only. South has opened one heart.
JNortn has responded one spade.
South has jumped to two no-trump
and worth, has taken mm to game
What suit do you lead?
The dismo. lead is certainly
tempting. The oueen-lack-ten-nine
combination always is a-- really
good open ng lead and if you
want o play saf all thet Ime you
had better lead that queen of oia
If you wsnt to play winning
bridge your right-opening lead II
the four of ciups, mis leaa may
well? cost you a trick; but it is
also very likely to .'set the con
tract. You expect South to hold
the king of clubs, but It probably
won't be guarded more than twice,
Hence, if your partner can get
the lead with a spade hp will be
able to lead a club back and
fodr club tricks will set the con contract.:
tract.: contract.: V : ;
Now look at the whole hand,
With a dimaend opening, South
goes about the business of losing
the spade finesse and winds up
with at least nine tricks, wisn tne
club openintj, he will hsve to try
the spade finesses some time or
otbef 'and when your partner gets
in h Will shoot tne ciuo d?ck ana
South wilt go down.
Q The bidding his been:
North Eats k South We
2N.T..fi Pss Pass
You, South; hold:
VAJ KJIfl ot
What do you do? t
A Bid low Mart. Ya t,ri
deflnltelr UtorotW 1st staaai
Partner bids fly diamonds.
What do you do now?
WORK WEEK LINOTHENED
. NEW YORK (UPlV-The JosepW
Lead Co. announced it ns r
turned operations at Us; southeast southeast-Am
Am southeast-Am Missouri Lead Mines to a
five-dav week bas's frdln four
rtavs. All salaried employees
whose pay was cut It per cent
when the mines went to the four four-day
day four-day week, wou'd' get their. fdrmer
Salaries restored. 1 S "-
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MNotioa ',; 4ISoliFitud
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, tl pokar stake measure
gfjtestin J Direction
. xDtctatlon St Woody claal
II American colli 14 Satiate
II Exude STHeill
CsterplUr 81 Legal point
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FBI Opens Probe
Of Railroad Wreck;
Foul Play Hinted
MKTHUEN, Ms'ss. (UPI)-The
FBI early today bchap an "In-
uirp"; in reports that the
ioston ti Maine's "Rockingham
Didal"' wUch-luiHQed "the tracks
esday iijht was deliberately i
The report) was made by police
and. railroad officials, shortly after'
Hie atciuem wiiiLii nijuicu Jiimc
han a sca"e of persons; 14 of
whom required hospitalization. All
but four were released early ro-
day and those who remained -were to
in "gooa" condition.i t t
The mother pf the bride wknts
cnoiji' it would be correct
her to i give 1 her. dauihter a
Tho ilnur mnvinif turn rar 'Bitti4. cnAiv, it ika jihIu ifti(taj4
liner, carrying '47, per-sonl from Knedds' of the family, The answer
night baBws1irting f.
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went w-th'-'maul-'4rtck m'-filrtWIW 'tv W a' shdwer.
center of ibis com m unit v and
plowed into the: first of two,, un unloaded.
loaded. unloaded. rail, ears prkm on 'pa.
A Buddliner is a tinele unit
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units may be connected together
to form a train.
George Hill, public relations di director
rector director for the railroad, said a
lock- had been "removed from a
switch and th awitch tampered
with sometime after the train had
got through on its way to Rock Rock-Ingham
Ingham Rock-Ingham Park earlier in the
evening," This threw the trsin
onto the siding where the freight
csrs were parked.
He explained that the line was
used only by tne special race
trick train and freight service.
though they may entertain for her
at any other kind of party.
Hill said the broken lock was
found on the, -ground, next to the
switch. A ; 3
Willis G; Lyman, superintendent
of the B 'andM -poHcu, said he
believed' the wreck was caused by
juveniles. ... ,
A spokesman for the TBI said
the agent in charge had ordered
an 'lhm:lry". Into iijecisa but he
added that a full scale investigs investigs-tion
tion investigs-tion by th "jderal agency had
not been authored.
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Ha Brifha'ay Dinner
, The" forty-sevenih birthday V ei
Orchid Chapter One, Order of the
eastern Satr, wj be eetfbreiea
thi eyenlnr with a dinner in the
haaquet bail of the Sco tiih Kit
Temple, In Balboa. : All .members
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COLUMBUS, ,' Ohio (UP!) -.
Jun! boy Bongc met city kid
Colo. She ;aiv ecstetic4 He, wai
ThU hof meets girl affair
1 took place at th Columbus zoo
yesterday, Jt was "meant to atari
an eight-year cour'ship between
the world's only gorilla born in
captivity and I baby gorilla from
Bongo it, 16 months old ana a
black 21 pounds, wearing; t :ct :ct-flee
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Colo, v-Colo, six months older and 12
pounds heavier,; shdws signs of
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Dr. James Vickera.v o -vet
erinerian, approached Cold's cage
with the little imnvgrant from
1 the French Cnmeroons ,; clinging
tightly to hi Wt. -V
Bongo poked an itiquu1n2 paw
at Colo and the responded ,en ,en-thusiaslically
thusiaslically ,en-thusiaslically ,- Indicating apparent
auccess at the meeting.
Zoo Supt. Eart .Davis ordered
Bongo at an estimated cost 'if
$5,000 as a playmate for Colo, he
. said, when It' appeared she wai
beginning to: act as ilmugh she
thought she were human. f
: Viewers 'said Bongo's cage will
be moved next to Colo's so they
can get acquainted." Eventually
they will .share a suite, and- d
all goef well, 'eight years from
new .they' nlay" atairt a family.
attend. Dinnr, wilT he ferved'. at
HemeceminarQveen Te JUfiin .;.
At Saturday fvofiinp Dance -
Miss Huey Lee of Coco Solo, who
recently wai elec ted homecoming
queen .by; members of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School footbair team,
will: reign the neniecoiiuu
dance Sat. evening in the ballroom
tt tb Breakers Club in. Coco So
lo.-f:y, 4:;A.r-'o J-
The ball if scheduled for 1 to
11 p.m. with, the coronation cere-
ftinnles -. t. Muiic. (nr !h vn.
ing .will be famished by Trym's
The party will elim)ix Cristobal
High's homecoming festivities,
which are : cantered 1 around to-
nlght'a fooiball,game with Balboa
High School ft Mount Hope sta stadium
dium stadium at 7 p.mi ..
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The Margarita Union Church
will set as the hosf to the Gen General
eral General Council, of the Union Church Churches
es Churches of the Canal Zona a their
quarterly meeting- Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at 1:30 p.m.
The council inclti&f "epresenta
tives from all tho Union Churci-
in tne Canal frine anr the
moderator of the group is Jame
Harned ot the Bahoa. Union
Church. The General Council is the
corporate body that has final
jurisdiction in the important mat matters
ters matters relating to member churches
United with other Protestant
churches, M a r ft a r 1 1 a Union
Church will ubsre Sunday as Re
formation Sunday It was on Octo October
ber October 31. 1517. thtt Martin Luther
nailed his Ninety five Theaes to
the c'vii-c door ir. W.'ternbertf.
GermanyThis event sparked the
Protestant rf rmaiios.
In i!immrmointioi of that event
he Margarita pastor nan entller?
his serni';-'. "MHerr Iieiormer"
Assisting the pastor In the minisrv
of hospl'alitt w Mis. Chester
S. Harold. Jr. at the :3n Coco
Solo service and Mr. and Mrs. R.
R. Daueherty at the 11 o'clock
Judge Loren Hillslnger of the
Cristobal Magistrate's Court will
address the men of the church
Monday night on the subject "How
we got our laws". The wo?ram
will be proceeded with a ;30 Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship supper.
On Tuesdav night the ladies of
the church will share In a program
entilted "TV Show". The ouiz mis mistress
tress mistress will be Mrs. Doroth Leach.
Mrs. Frances Polumbo will be the
devotional leadr. The hostees
ar Mrs. Alton E. Jones and Mrs.
Noel E.' Gibson.
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South Carolina Roars
Behind To Trounce Clemson
From Cristobal Squad Sharp
DON HUMPHREY Speedy Cristobal back nd veteran of
the Tiger squad. Humphrey joined CHS in 1951 as a mascot
and has been around for every Cristobal1 game 'sine?. His
active service started in, 1955.
By TOM PRICI
COLUMBIA, S. C. (UPI)
South Carolina's inspired Game
cocks spotted favored Clemson a
second-quarter touchdown ana
then spoiled the Tigers' perfect
record with a 26-6 upset victory
before 48,000 "Big Thursday" .ans.
Leading South Carolina's fierce
ground attack were fullback John
Saunders, halfback Alex Hawkins
and quarterback Bobby Bunch a a-mong
mong a-mong them, they accounted for
Each of the u&mecocks backs
scored once, jail on runs of three
yards or less as Coach Warren
(iiese s grind em-out onense nit
on all cylinders.
It was Giese's first win in three
tries against arch-rival Clemson
in this annual grudge game, play played
ed played on the Thursday of State Fair
Week. The Tigers, ranked 11th by
the United Press 'International
Board of Coaches, had won four
straight while South Carolina's rec record
ord record was 2-2 before the game.
Trailing by six points after Clem
son had driven 51 yards with the
aid of a 15-yard roughness penal penalty,
ty, penalty, the Gam jcks stom.ed 75
yards with the ensuing kickoff to
make it 6-6 at the half.
Dixon returned the second-hslf-kickoff
36 yards 'o the South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina 46, from where the Game Gamecocks
cocks Gamecocks crunched the 54 yards in 14
plays, Bunch covering the final
three. Hawkins circled end for the
two-pointer and a 14-6 lead-.
South Carolina wasn't through',
however. Dixon crashed over to
cap a 43-yard drive in. the last
period and with time running out,
the Gamecocks mo-ed 78 yards
with Hawkins scoring from the
two for the final ly.
So superior was South Carolina
in the second half, the Gamecocks
didn't punt after intermission.
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By TREVOR SIMONS
' The game that the Cristobal Timers list as the
leading objetive of theiootbalt season is scheduled
for: Mount Hope Stadium tonight at 7 o'clock The
two arch-rivals of the inferscholastic loop, Cristobal
High and Balboa High, will meet for the first time
this year in what will be the TigersV "homecoming
Both teams will be sharpened
to a fine point for this encounter
which will place one or-the other
on the top in the 1958 grid title
race. The Bulldogs are currently
leading with one victory over Jun
ior College last Friday night. The
Tigers and J.C. played to a score
less tie just one -week before mat.
Playing in his final Cristobal
"Homecoming" game will be Don
Humphrey, CHS Senior who- has
more service with football than
any Mother active Interschool play player.
er. player. Don joined the Tigers as mas mascot
cot mascot :,back in 1951, just two years
after the advent of tackle foot football
ball football on the Canal Zone; and join joined
ed joined the list of active participants
as a freshman in the 1955 season.
The speedy Cristobal back dou doubles
bles doubles as guarterback and halfback
and will be calling the plays tor
the Tigers -tonight. Humphrey saw
very; little duty against College: in
the scoreless tie, Jpt came -back
with an 82-yard total against the
Athletic Club' last week Thursday..
NCAA Standards Up
Hence Ho Penalties
For Rules Violations
with National pollegiat Atftletic
Association standards tas- "im
proved markedly", iit the past two
years and hence the. poncy-maKing
council, for the' first time in 12
meetings; failed to penalize mem members
bers members for rules violations
The council concluded a three
day meeting Wednesday, and ex executive
ecutive executive director' Walter Byers dis
closed that 15 ases of alleged
violations are pending and that 20
others are under preliminary investigation.
Two schools, Indiana and West
Virginia, were removed from pro
bation imposed last year for
making illegal offers to prospec prospective
tive prospective thletes. The last council
meeting at which no penalties
were imposed was May 7, 1954.
Byer said ht bought obser
vance of the rules was "markedly
improved," and added that he be
lieved the enforcement program
has become more efficient. Also
he thought that both individual
members and conferences were
making, greater efforts to adhere
to the rules.
PETE CORMGAN BHS co-v
Cristobal was a "vastly lmrov;
ed team in the one week that sep
arated the Athletic Club game
irom tneir iirst game of the sea
son a gainst the Green Devils.
They came up with some fine pass
ing Dy A.eiin Kuoe and inspired
running by John Boseman and
George iCotton. Irl Sanders, had
been ailing with an injured wrist
and Jimmy, Palumbo did a fine
job at center. Sanders played a
defensive line-backer and showed
little or no signs of being bother
ed by his taped-up wrist. Now San
ders is ready to return to center,
strengthening the offensive1 pow
er of the team and with another
capable player to relieve the Ti
ger middle-man, they could man
age to keep, somewhere near top
strength all night.
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CHARLIE FRENCH BBS co-captain.
The BuTldogs will bcminus one
of their biggest yard gainers with
Gary Ness out of action. But it
is no secret that the Balboans are
blessed with good replacement
power and are expected-to show
little hurt from Ness' absence.
Charlie French .was sidelin sidelined
ed sidelined earlier this season in the
AC-BHS game, but came charging
back against Junior College to
pick-up some 104 yards in the
Bulldog's come-from-behind victo
ry last Friday,
French teams up with one of
the finest running backs on. the
Canal ; Zone, today, r a newconlerlto
the Canal Zone, but not to loot loot-ball,
ball, loot-ball, Phil Cage.tCage l;s ayerag ayerag-ed
ed ayerag-ed .6 yards per.f carry in? his, two
games this season and is rapidly
earning, tor nimseii ine epuwiwi
of being a hard customer to stop.
unlike Cristobal, the Jiulldogs
are solvent in every position and
have, enough reserve power on
their bench to oxf sent any injury
and 'avoid the possibility of any
slackening in effort from the play
ers who know loo well that ihey
can be replaced.
The Bulldogs are favored to
cop the decision at Mt. Hope to
night, but the Tig's's are known
to have ideas of their -own about
this "Homecoming" ga .ne. If they
c-1 hold up under (he onslaught
of osb replace rtSi being
ttpnn againsf'fcm. C.1T.S. might
still have a chance to score thein
first victory over Balboa 'since
fitlellit Colon J
Church Cage Loop
' The quintet of the Immaculate
Contention Cathedral won the first
annual Internarochial Basketball
League of Colon championship by
defeating the St.- Joseph's Church
five by the score of 66-59.
The game was v play-off, as
both teams ended their regular
league schedules in a 5-1 tie.
Top ?menfor the champs were
Roberto Tvlnr with 27 noints.
Her aides 'It and Ardines with 10,
For the runners-up Albert Hall 17,
Bobby Williams 14 andIylton De
f rieias wiu) I points respectively.
The Cathedral will receive .8
beautiful cup donated by the
KniBhts of Columbus of Margari.
ta Canal Zone, end the cnuren
that wins it for three years con
secutively will be awarded permar
This loon was founded' by Fran
cisco Villamil and -directed by
various church workers who did a
very fine job,- and ably assisted
Dy ine memoers oi me iauonai
Basketball Association. of Colon.
The presentation of -4he award
will be- held, tonight in the- Clatt-
dia Low Gymnasium jof the Abel
Bravo; College at 7:30 p.m. after
the game between the .champs and
ine runners-up. y, -t
Admission wiU be free.Ior every
C':. r- '
Jordan Acain Beats
Ortega; Says He'll
Whip Akini Too
T.rtNG BEACH. Calif. (UPD
Boxer-tnincher Don Jordan pre pre-rtirteH
rtirteH pre-rtirteH rnnfidpntlv today that he 11
win the; world's welterweight
r-hamninnsWro when ne jaces
champion virgu yutius x--.
The 23-Year-old -Los 1 Angeles
fiehter. -who pounded out a rug-
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Mexico's, Caspar.-Ortega Wednes Wednes-Hav
Hav Wednes-Hav nifht. said he Was "sure" ne
could peat fAkins "because I'm
bettjet voxer thah he is."
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
' Fifth Week xti
The '.Gillette' Shavers moved in into
to into a tie for first place with the
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ueos wim wngni uros. rne tnree
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Police Assn. 10 10
Wright Bros. 10 10
Powells 9 ii
Shrtners 1 8 12
Naval Station -.7 '8 12
Aces. s 15
High Per the Week
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Class B Graham 555
Class C Stinson 452
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199 188 168 555
143 98 103 344
145 193 165 503
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Tiut matched' him suftcMor-punch
in the grueling televised encoun.
ter. ? ; .r,. f
'Th victory was Jordan's sec
nnd anlit, deci&ion over third
ranked Ortega in the space, of
five weeKS. JHie Deat nim-in run
land, Ore.,, Sept. 17.
Despite the dissension among
the officials Wednesday night,
Jordan a geared to "he a decisive
winner, heieree Frankie Van and
Judge Tommy Hart' had -Jordan
ahead by identical -scores, 116-114;
Judge Lee Grossman, however,
Called it for Ortega, 115-113 The
United Press International' card
saw it for Jordan. 119-111, giving
him every round but the. seventh
and calling the eighth even.
IRAN FIGHTS CORRUPTION
TEHRAN, Iran (UPI) Shah
Mohamed Reza Pahlevi and ; the the-Iranian
Iranian the-Iranian government have an announced
nounced announced drastic measures to com combat
bat combat corruption. A royal decree
forbids all members of the royal
household to he owners, partners
or lawyers oi companies either fi financed
nanced financed or controlled by the state.
The cabinet introduced a bilk to
enforce similar restrictions on
members of pariiament, cabinet
members and other officials t fin
the government payroll.
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Said Cause Of Once
Mighty Terp$r FalV
. By RON SARRO V.
COLLEGE PARK. M'd. (UPIU
What happened to Maryland Uni,'
versitV a nernnnial fnr.tnnlf
- ,.. f wvwmm
powerhouse a few years ago but"
now just an also ran in' thA--"
Atlantic Coast Conference?
ine rerps, a top." contender :
national honors in the days of'
Sunny Jim Tatom, 'ha ve compiled t
only a 7-12-1 record under 35r
year-old Tommy Mont, who r
placed Tatum .in. 1956. AM vtht ,i
yvwvcs aiiajv iregiuuiug HOWI U
But Tommy strontrlv defended ..
his coaching record at" Marylanil-"
happened5.,, tp Maryland? Jlonl,, j
give iiicac tauancif ; yi
' A Maryland' "arhRrfnfp 1. ti 1
rtougher than it was in 'the days'''
wnen- latum war wading t h
Terps to grid glory."' rtt
N'i, J s ' i ' A
V Maryland' football' scholarshipi
stood still OTideclined while com-"T
petmg) achools.v particularly in the nsri)
ACC, havetgjr e atly increased
scholarships; i , w
'" University-.officials have stit 1 nit
I e n e d scholastic requiremen i,k i
causing a fairly high attrition
rate among football players. t(?
"We 3lay tougher -trams than , J
we, usea w, Mom aam. Jim ior
used 4o vbe criticized (or playing
to easy schedules, but that's no
longer true. tTake a look at the .
intersectional toughies we've been
meeting the past -three years.
Mont recalled that when tjie
Terps had an easy schedule a' few
years ago they could have an off
day and still, win.
meet some clubs
145 179 171 ,495 the conference."
that can beat any team in the 5
nation on any given Saturday
Tommy argued. "We : play as
tough a schedule as any team in
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FRIDAY, OCTpBER 14, 1951
Chilean Jockey Carlos Pezoa
to Make Debut on Classy Grey
'V the Haras Carinthia's classy five-year-old .Chilean-bred
grey horse Informal trill attempt to make it
twp straight victories in the first series tomorrow in
the featured $1,000 seven furlong, tenth raceatrthe
President JRemon racetrack. v .''-, .; 1
and Melca6 ae rated ran -'.nit-
Hi ghiy -rated Chiton jockey Car Car-:
: Car-: loi J'eroa, who was contracted by
- the Hansrmttoa especially to
' ride Informal in the $10,000 added
' v Nov! 3 Panama Independence Day
i Classic; will make his local debut
- aboard, the grey router in this
router In this race. It is Pezoa's
r only mount over, the weekend,
Scheduled to watch stnoes witn
iniormHi are if3m:v,:""w,'";
and Hostiaador. Oscar Bravo will
f guide Bacnncito.'' Guillermoi Mi
lord has the assignment on Me
i lendej- and Terxando Alvares wiL
'. do thr hooting en Hostigadw.
.Informal in tw& h' g" of S
Mo-2 nm'ucls ebo'e with Bacfn-
elto the second Thoce. Hostigador
i Gaza'pd,- shooting for his fourth
straight victory wuowing len len-th
th len-th lavnff should be a lark In the
eighth race.- He. is expected to
score easily over Michiripa, Gola-
zo, Al Justo, Kacur, wdo ana -a
j Also of Interest J the scheduled
debut ofrthe highly rated Arugas
which will go against t speedy, Al Al-pina
pina Al-pina and native champion Roman Romances
ces Romances lit the nightcap." Artigas was
Imported from Chile by the Stud
Buena Fe,, ' "TV
' jSeveral other interesting races
are included on
1 f i ,r By Conrado Sargeant
sargeant 1 .
Gets 20 Days
CAMDEN. N X TOctt ii VuPI)
' Panamanian jockey Manuel
Ycaza who was to hate ridden
Restless Wind In the Garden1
State J world's richest hone
race was suspended yester yesterday
day yesterday M It days 1y Belmont
stewards for interfering with a
fcorse named NoTromp while
riding 4Prlnce lewker." Jack
Leonard will replace Urn. :
The Garden State rae Sat Saturday
urday Saturday is etpeeted to hv thir thirteen)
teen) thirteen) entries making the race
worth J29750,u with ths.wlnn
ner collecting (171,350. V
i ,'- 1"
-: First Landing and Toniy Lee
are the f cTorttes. Other entries
are: Intentionally, C r a fty
Skipper, ,ResUess Wind, Rier
Tesio, Sword Dancer, Black'
Hills; Sherry Prince, Namon,
Wihsome Winner. Carolina ley
and Moor. Age. The race is for
tworyeac-olds : and the dis distance
tance distance Is a. mile and a six sixteenth.,
teenth., sixteenth., i v-; V
' Hard-ridihg BraullQ Baeza was
discharged from the San Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Clinic Wednesday morn morn-ing.The
ing.The morn-ing.The brilliant yuung Jockey
ence more 1 displayed hia treat
:iov for horse racing by. visiting
t the racetrack the same day.
Baeza la expected to return to
eomptitlon on Baturday, Nov. L
, Speaking at riders, a "rella "rella-hle
hle "rella-hle source" was quoted as say say-'
' say-' ing that Jockey Manuel Ycaza
has promised to return to the
S 1 Isthmus some time, In Decem Decem-sber
sber Decem-sber to -visit his telatlves. and
. "ride at the President Remon
fi Iraeetrack. 1 )
t; Highly-rated Chilean jockey
v t c'arlos Pezba Is1 scheduled to
' make nls lsthmlanebut aboard
classy informal nn tomorrow s
f 1 main" event Pezoa was contract contract-"
" contract-" mA the Haras-Carintnia;,es-
J pecially to ride- the gr& (charj-er
' in the JlU.OOJ aaaea ny-
ama Independence Day Classic.
The last f groups f .- Chilean
thoroughbreds oougn oy, iracn
manager Pablo A. Thayer arrlv arrlv-'
' arrlv-' ed In goodshape at the Tocu Tocu-men
men Tocu-men 'AirDort Wednesday.' The
" horses were under the care of
l veteran Chilean trainer Jose
' Reyes Qlguln.. .
' r ," ,-M)dO i 1 V,
" ; Another South r American
& Vinrsotnan h Coined the ranks
or owners at me rresiaein e-
mon racetrack. He is the report-
- edly wealthy Dr. Miguel Torreal
ba, Venezuelan who' will also
- train his own horses.1. 1' 1'-,
, 1'-, Dr.' Torrealba's. horses will
1 race -Minder ; the colors of the
Stud Venezuela. His Arlequln Is
one of only, five horses entered
for the Nov, 3 Independence Day
The four-year-old Arlequln; a
bay son of .Aloraye-Reliquia II,
goes against- another classic
hopeful, the Stud Los -Siete's
Santulan; in the tenth race on
Santuian, a black llve-year-
old Argentine-bred son of Sind-
Langres, will be ridden by Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo Vasquez while Fernando Al
varez will guide the Chilean-
' 000 1
Julio Verne .will niake his first
start under the training of Jorge
McClean next Sunday.' This colt
Is owned by the mud Contrac
joi.., Coronation Day Is back
under the colors of the Btud
Barpenh with Hugo de la Pen-
ha her trainer. --,'
, Fractious Ben. My Chree re
turns to1 the races after a long
layoff Sunday as the property of
the Stud Cada and is under the
handling of trainer Jos6 O. Men-'
doza. "Z T." 7
Another newcomer scheduled
to how the local picture tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow Is the highly-rated Arti Arti-.
. Arti-. gas, a five-year-old bay son of
Treble Crown-Neigh. He is
owned by the Stud Buena Fe
and trained by Luis H. Farm Farms'
s' Farms' Uk Artigas will match strides
. against native champ Roman Roman-cero
cero Roman-cero and speedy Alpina In the'
, nightcap. '
oO&s i '
s.The third auction of Chilean
thoroughbreds recently bought
bv 1 track mahager r Pablo A.
Thayer will be held this after afternoon
noon afternoon at 5 jj.mi at the president
Remon racetrack's j a d dock.
Race: Track Graded Entries'
1st Race "Speclel" Imp. 7 Fs. Purse $(50.M Pfl Closes 1:00
1st RACf OF THi DOUBLE
1 Licenciado A. Alfiro 108 Returns from layoff
2 Mi Cautiva r Q. Milord 102x5-tould surprise !,
S Campagnard G, Sanchez no Usually close' up.
4 Ramo .; Guerrero 100"r-would pay ff
5 Palave J. UHoa 110 Last was revealing
e uona flora a. rercs iub -oiuo mane u. 1101
Draft Rule Under
ISludy By Majors
Talavera 108 V Usually disappoints
s Dario 103 Doesn't seem likely
0. Bravo 112 No. 1 contender
10--Tatin ; J." "Rodriguez 113 Excluded from betting". XXXX
2nd Race Im &Kis imp. i Ft. Purs $$00.00 s Pe4 Cletes 1:30
t v'v't." 1 2nd )R AC I Or 1 THI POUILF
1 Ken&ineton H. Run 101 -Good early speed 1- i 41
2 Lat no -: ; ; G. Milord 103x Showed nouung m qcdui a au i
1 Towns WaD F. Hidalgo 10 ; Bad legs hamper 's ; j i 5-2
4 Maria Stuardo A. Vasauei'llQ -r-Lone overdue v VI,
5 Sober View ,. A. Lqrless 112xCouid snrpris t
-Noealina Sanchet 110 i-Mutuels favorite1. i,,1 . 7 5
3rd Race 7nV Srles Imp. 7 F9. Ptrsf 4400.00 . Peel, Closes 3:00
ONI 'TWO' ;v..' 1 '.
-2 Fudge Girt
3 Golden Corn-
J, Cadoganr 10 i Nothing in ages
V, Castillo 115-; Tould. make, it here ;
J. Phillips 110 WDangerous once more
H." RuU115 fcan't go much lower,
5 Ornamental S, A; Vaiquei 113 iForm indicate
w y at ;
' v 52
O. Rravh 110 DeDends on start
G. Milord ,102x Return from layoff
4th Race Natives 4 Pom. $375.00 s Peel Closes 1:30
CHRISTCHURCH. New Zealand
(UPD-The bodies of six-U. S.
airmen who died in the crash of
an Air Force Giobemaster in the
Antrcti. last wili b flown
to the United States for burial,
according Ho reports received
here yesterday.: Renorts from the
joint U.S. New Zealand Hallet
Cape station said five bodies al already
ready already had been b-ougt" uf from
the scene of the crash, -presumably
by helicooterJiThe, other was
expected to be flown, out shortly.
Seven crewmen surv'ved 'he
crashThey were brought out by
helicopter, . ,' ,
2 Don Luis I
"3 Black Bee
J A.'Alfaro 104-q Gec4Tearlyispeed
' B. Aguirra 113 --Rider onlv, handicap
- A. Ycaia 113 Form indicates
1 T, 'Alverej llftj --Enjoying to form,
tHat?s wortH the work
Yesterday the second group went
on the block and all were hotly
disputed to average' a f much
hlgper cash down payment than
the first day, Tuesday,
Under the terms of the Auc Auction,
tion, Auction, the animal's price remains
the same after the sale. '.The
bidding is to determine who Is
willing to make the highest cash
down payment. Bids begin at ten
per cent of the value of the
thoroughbred.,, ; vf "--
-.The results of Tuesday' sales
is as follows: '
Torrealba bought two four-
year-old colts. Monitor' and
Mondesir, without opposition.
Daniel cinlglio acquired", tne
fqur-year-old chestnut filly, Ta Ta-rasca,
rasca, Ta-rasca, while, the highly rated
three-year-old brown colt, High Highland.
land. Highland. Prince, was. knocked down
by Luis Igleslas.
, George Poyser fot" Plucky -.
after nobody bid on' her. She
Is a t h re e-y e a r-old x bay
daughter of Afghan II out of
Plucky Dieppe. ;,
Prudencio Pinillo bid InMau InMau-.ricio,
.ricio, InMau-.ricio, a four-year-old chestnut'
colt. ' ' '.- J
Indian Call, a" four-year-old
brown daughter of Welsh Hont
ey-Indlan Air,, was' taken by
Gerald Sllvera.' ) J
Metaflerro went to Bernardo
Dominguez. He is a fouryear fouryear-old
old fouryear-old chestnut colt 1 '-.
Luciente a handsome bay
four-year-old colt by L'Oriflam L'Oriflam-nujrHullo
nujrHullo L'Oriflam-nujrHullo Hullo, was. bought 4 by
Jos "Tito" Sitton.
: Rolna, a three-year-old brown
offspring of Tflandn-II Folle,
was bought by Julio Jimenez.'
sRhihUnn. Thrifts 105i-Gan 'wim fractious
6-Mr.,,Jack H. BuisnpBadJy needa rest
5H Race A end B NaHvs VF, Purse' $JOO.o6 Peel Clews 3:00
1 Frijolito ij. "Tafavera 108 Could 'go all the way"
2 Tamara i' G.' Milord 105x r-Reportedly .improved ',
3 Pancho Xopez F. Alvares 107" -Serious -effort here
4 Anache 'v A.- Lorless 110T-Seems"best here
J-Marcelita A- Alfaro 100 Could win; again
ifh.Race Ith Series Imp. 4 Fo. Por.e $500.00 Peel Closes 3;40.
4 D agon
6 King 1
' G.. Sanchez 112 Toor effcVt tn return'
, G. Milord J02x-r-Distance to liking ;
F. Alvares 112 Usually close up
Valdivla 110 Yfinjoving rare form
-A. Alfaro 113 t rould surprise vy
- Hidalgo 108 'Early speed only
: Bv. Agutfre 115 Could, fo all the. way
Jose Rodrig.,106 Nbt against these
NEW YORK, Oct, 23 (UP!)
A new unrestricted aralt rule,
whlch-iaiso would curtail large
bonus payments to untried play
ers, la urwer study today by ma major
jor major league baseoail officials.
The-; proposal,' presentea -1 to
Commissioner Ford Fries: yester-
rlav .uraa -matiM Kv nin-iTiai4
HH 1, W M ...MUW MJ
committee headed by Cleveland's
Frank Lane, The committee's
recommendations will- be passed
on officially to the clubowners
during the winter meetings v at
Washington, D.C., In December.,
- The unrestricted draft Idea
which probably will be strongly
opposed by such 'powerful teams
at the New York Yankees and
Milwaukee Bra ves--would enable
clubs to draft any minor league
player; regardless of his experi
ence in 1958.' Tne majors can
draft' an v nlayer after lour
years In the minors unaer sne
Lane, soeawng Tor- me group,
said "reasonable, Imitations" on
the payment or tnuge Donuseg to
untried players should be put in into
to into effect There has been strong
opposition," even from the Ticher
clubs, to the ppllc? of handing
out huge' bonuses year ; aiier
Sy CON R ADO 'f
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2-Nogalina f Maria Stuardo
3-Oma mental Star Fudge Girl
4-Rabiblant . Black B.e
7-Now Then () V-Fifito
Gaxape Al Juste
f Vatpuct Maeta
10-lnfermal - -. Bacanclte
Expensive Chilean thorough thorough-bred
bred thorough-bred Arlequln,-which was en-'."
tered to compete in the $10,000 y
aaaea rxov. 3 ranama lnae lnae-nendence
nendence lnae-nendence Da Clamic. fe" nd
broke a leg this morning dur dur-'.
'. dur-'. workout. He haa to be
destroyed. Arlequln had step step-ned
ned step-ned the-first four furlongs of
an fntnf f. (nrlop sprint
- tJ In 4S JS5 seconds.
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, 2nd RACI OF, THi DOUBLI
Peel Closes )i
year. ' f '.-V'
v Sam smithl President of the
Alabama-Florida League,- said
the proposed bonus curtailment
would leave the major : leagues
free to funnel additional money
to the hard-pressed minors,. ;
NAMED HEAD COACH '
WALTMAM. Kfass. (UPD-t-Rudy
Finderson has been named head
basketball coach at Brande's Uni University.
versity. University. .Finderson,' ;who Jiolds al
most every court record 'at Bran Bran-dei,
dei, Bran-dei, succeeds Harry Stein.-
1 Fifito A. Lorless 102x .--Rates 'good chance
2 Jump Wuick B, Aguirrt 115.iBest early foot --Chivilingo
J. ;Talavera 110 t-Longshot possibility
,4 Zumar. A..Valdivia 112 Hard to beat here -5
Corviglisx -f, G.-Sanchez 113 -Could score again
S Rutilante v R, Cruz 107x Early speed only
7 Now Then A." Vasquez 115 Mutuels favorite 1 '
l (Mfss 'P, V"K H. Manas lOUf-Rat- good' chance too V
$th Race 2ml Series Imp. t Fps.Purse $750.00 ',Pee .Closes 4 40
1-Michirfpa A. Ycaza 108 -Has 'strong finish.
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A. Perez 110 Usually close up
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3 Al Justo
4 Kadir A. Gonxales 102 Not in best shape
5 Lobo T S. Hernandes 106 Always close up
6 Surumeno J. Ulloa 110 'Surprised in last t
7 Gaiapo A.. Vasque 122 Much the best
7 1 Fo. Purse $400.00 Peel Clets
. ONI TWO
fth Race 7th Series Imp,
1-Skoll' A. .Peres 113 Vastly Improved
L-ftiiniilrWMt A. Gonxales 100 Distance to liking
8 Maese J. Ulloa 113 Has strongest -finish
S-Vespudo" A. Vasque? 113 --Muttiels f avorit
5 Thunderstreak A. Lorless 107x --Disappointed in -last
Best 1 1 A. Ycaia'115 Returns from sick bay
7 Rajah H. Ruis 112 Must go lower v
8 Brote ' R. Cruzl07 Rates good chance- here
9 Ml Locura 5 A. Alfaro 105 Could surprise
, , - t 1,
10th' Race 1st1 Serf's Imp. 7 fas. Pur $1000. Peel Closes 5i40
O. Bravo 114 i Should be runneru
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2 Melendes t k" vG Milord 102k would psy gooa 01
3 Informal C. j Pezoa 110 --Much the best
4 Hostigador ". F. 'Alvares 113 Enjoying best form
11th Race 5th Series Imp, 0 Fgs. Purse $500.00 i Peel Closes. .
1-Alpina T. Alvarez .113 Blazing early apeed 2-1
2 Sicabu J. Ulloa 110 Not good enough 10-1
3 Artigas r A. Vasques 115 Highly rated newcomer 2-1
,4 Romancero f Alfaro 113 -Gets stiff-test here ,2-1
5 Chacotero ' i A. Peres 113 Dangerous contender 3-1
C (Bucalemito J. Hodrigues 112 Last doesn't count 3-1
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THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS frOR SALE
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Mm Crirtobil a-1 673.
Spnd yur weknd Hi
Mir, th best keh in ht R R-public.
public. R-public. with all kind o eoramo eoramo-ditits.
ditits. eoramo-ditits. opn day tni nisht, Th
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fOR SALl: Cbin buiineii, bir
nrf restaurant at Riomar, San
Carlos. Tel 3-64U, 3-1147 or
We repair In your home
we don't pretend to guarantee
6wr work'. We guarantee it
PHONE THE EXPERTS;
Tivoll Avenue No. 18-20
Complete, lasting repairs. All
makes of TV, Hi-Fi. transmitters;
Ellis Williams and Alfonso Shirley
Protect your, home and proper property
ty property against insect damage.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
basis. Telephone Pronto Service,
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 1777.
30 years !h electronics .
MONTHS GUARANTEE ON
PARTS INSTALLED. Ask for MR.
TV. Panama 2-3142.
The oldest independent tV Serv Serv-'
' Serv-' I ice in Panama, and the Canal
.iH Zone. No pick up and delivery
1 charges. 9:00 A.M. to 10:00
P.M., Saturday t 6:00 P.M.,
PH. 3-7607. v
the McLevy way. Body ."""fi
kath. Trained operators iot taeios
u4 gentleman. Get rseuHa.
- MASSAGE SALON
I. Aieeemana Ave. tl-el
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co..
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Inc. air fare, transfers, touts,
and deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
Tel; Panama 2-1661
35 mm Camera
f. 1.9 lens 69.50
more for your Dollar.
1SS Central Ave.
ONLV 2.3 Lbs,
We have a complete line of HI-FI Crundlg radios
made In Germany also tape recorders, "dictating
machines, table radios and automatic changers.
Come and see our new line. Special prices
' for our C. Z. ffiendt.
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
FOR RENT; Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street. Colon.
Going on leave. Diplomat rents
fully furnished apartment, best
neighborhood, air conditioning,
washing machine, Tel. 3-4605,
9 to 1. v
FOR' RENT: Modem and nice
located, two bedrooms apartment
with 4 closets combined living
and dining, maid room, 'garage,
apply Ave Juste Arosemena 97,
FOR RENT: Nice 4 foeme
apartments, private service, $40.
In good location. Cane 3-2334.
Leaving Isthmus: Best chance
now to get a modern 1 bedroom
apartment in Bella Vista com completely
pletely completely furnished, including linen,
kitchen utensils and telephone.
For furniture down payments and
monthly payment. Ready to
move in 1 November. Tel. 3 3-3484.
3484. 3-3484. FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished one bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, with kitchinette, 4th of
July Aye. 17-18, phone 2-1140.
FOR RENT :--l -bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living-dining, bathroom,
kitchen, $40.00. Francisco Filos
No. 27, Vista1 Hermosa. Phone
FOR RENT: Campo Ategra 1
room furnished aparment, hot hot-water,
water, hot-water, opposite Panama Hotel.
FOR RENT: Furnished room,
cool, clean, independent en entrance,
trance, entrance, frecuently transportation.
Via Porras No., 46.
f OR RENT: Furnished t w o
- bedroom house, j At Westwood
'farm,, four miles beyond Arral Arral-ian.
ian. Arral-ian. $65.00.
CRANSTON. It. L Vice Pres
ident Nixon, warning that the
Democrats may bring on a dis
"Don't forget that every wild
spending government In history
enas up witn woruuess money."
WILMNGTON. De 'I- Former
President Truman, in accusing
Nixon of using "verbal garbage"
in his campaign speeches:
"A sound government to the
Republicans is the kind of govern government
ment government in which the pre ident
makes .nice sounds while the vice
CHICAGO Mayor Paul Egan
of Aurora. 111., who is feuding
with his police chief, on why he
wants to see rresiaent fasen
"I want the Army out there
(in Aurora). At least a couple
battalions of whatever is neces-
sarv tar run the police out of
WASHINGTON Actress Tal-
lulah Bankhead, who also Is a
Democrat, on Ihe presidenthl
possibilities of Vice President Nix Nixon:
"Heaven help us all if Nixon is
elected president in 1960."
J INVESTMENT j
PGOT A I
Low Rental Rates
LEAVE YOOB AD WITH ONE Of OOP)
eiTrm i7 ki a nv Biiai iniriAvrs iu(
BARDO-r-No. ZS "B" Street MOKKlsuw
frARMACLA LUX ie ventral awroe
iDuiru vi nrRJIfi sa Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista, Theatre
FOR SALE: Pontiae convert-
tible, 1949, Davis, phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 2318. ,:, ;
FOR SALE: 1.958 Ford Country
sedan, station wagon, 8 "cylinder,
radio," Fordomatic, and' air con-
ditioning, will accept trade in.
Call Gamboa 6-358. "t
FOR SALE :t-1 955-Buick Rhew
Super, blue nd white,: radio,
heater, wsw, power steering, -power
brakes, less than 27,000
miles, one owner, -6 tires, blue
leather and nylon upholstery.
Available on or about, 1 Nov.
Must see to appreciate $1395.
Phone Clayton 87-6204 6r Clay Clay-ten
ten Clay-ten 87-7232 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE: 51 Lincoln, good
tires, radio, $250.00,' 0. Richa'rd
0853, Balboa, Tel. 21235.
FOR $ALIC-.1957'i!Ford V-8,
Custom, 4 door,' two tone, clean,
$1695, Balboa 2-988. 2-1806,
FOR SALE; DeSoto Firedome
1957, 4 door sedan, automatic,
radio nylon, white side Wall tires?
power steering,- under' coating,'
low mileage, like. new. Call Mr,
Fred Robinson, ChasO Bank or
Mr. Marciaq. .Dodga DeSoto
Dealers. .',.,' 1
FOR SALE : 1957 Chevrolet
Bel-Aif'4-door. 6 cylinder stand
ard ihif Ivory; over Turqueis, w-w
tires, back sp-iights, spotlight
undercoated, new 'tailpipe-muffler,
. excellent condition, for
price and denxQstration i- call
Honest Jim 3-1071.
SPECIAL OFFER; 1955. Mercury
Montclair convertible, duty paid!
with all extras. Oriainal .cost
$4800; asking price $1 600', Tel.
3-1 10412 noon, H30 4:30"
FOR SALE: 1953 M.GA con.
vertible, lew mileage, good con condition.
dition. condition. Call Balboa 2-1 3S after
3:30 p.m. ::..,
FOR SALE: 1951-4 door Ford,
excellent condition, throughout.
MU42-AH2, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
., ." ,. :fi; -Wr.-fi ;'!' 'is:?
FOR, SALE: 1955, Buick Super
with power steering, Dynaflow,
radio, W.s.w. in perfect condition,
duty paid, one owner. See it at
Household Exchange Only' $1,-,
500,ane this can be-financed.
FOR, SALE5 Fordtwv doovi
H fir R., white walls, big hub caps,
two" tone, 190 h.p.,'$l,800. Call L
2-1629, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
FOR SALE- Volkswagen 2 door
Sedan pe cf conditions, price
$1100.00, see Eskildsen, Colon
Motors Panama, 2-1669.
FOR SALE: i 1957 Mereurr
'Monterrey 4 door sedan, radio;
heater, power equipped, $27Q0, -Phone
Quarry Heights 2208 or
see at quarters 36.
FOR SALE: Clean 1957 Ford
V-8, priced low, Balboa 2-2988
FOR SALE- 1957 Deluxe Buick
. Century hardtop, 2-door, duty
paid, airconditioned', perfect
condition, may be financed, con con-tae
tae con-tae "Pino" Panama 3-3278.
For the Best
in news and entertainment
840 PANAMA 1090 COLON
Just received a shipment of DORMEYER electric
household mixers with all accessories; also Dormeyer hith-
powered BLENDERS for blendinr, liquefying, whipping
chopping, grinding and pulverizing in a jiffy Before yon
buy a mixer or blender, drop in to see us i.
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MUEBLERIA CAJA SPARTOH ;
AIR CONDITIONING FILTERS
ADHESIVE COATED GLASFOSS
, AIR FILTER 3IATTING .'.
We;make you a Metal Frame that fite your AIR
CONDITIONER and provide it with thf 0LASFOSSCf
j; matting for aboui $3.50 total. ,Vy hrv f iltpf beconiee !;
fiited Witfi dust you can buy a new flOSS FILTER
MATTING for about $1.00 and put It In the" frame v
HOJALATERIA PAHAMA, S. A.
kcEim O OOT OvVlCES'AT 1S;M
i pacA' 7AI TnTmntr
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- 4tJi r July Ave. j ir wifia vfiyirai ui;n
. 1 c .iTiiiis crVVlTV l.a TiwAII Hi. A A rAIMAUA
ej MUURr mulu "J.V.lTrr'-- 1
S3 a FARM ACTA CL BATURRO Parana
COLON OtTICEi 15th atieet end. Aad
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Home Articles 3
FOR SALE:r-TWestinhouse por porcelain
celain porcelain refrigerator, $75.00. 60
cycle, new unit, 5965 D, Smith
Place, Diablo, ahoni 2-2902
after 5 p.m. :
FOR SALE: Springs 12.50,
;rMattrasses 8.00, Chairs 2.50,
Double Beds Complete .Mm
39.T10, i HoJIywWil ; Beda farom
39.00, tChina CIi 15 00.
Mahogany Dining Suites from
30.00, Metal Dining' Table 9.00, ?
' Wrought Iron; Livipg and Dini."f t
Hoom auires, iimersprin mr-i
tresses, etc. CASH or CREDIT,
WE, DELIVER. HOUSEHOLD,EX- ;
CHANGE. 41 Auto Row, We Pay.,
Cash or Your Old Furniture.
FOR SALE: Dining suite of
China cupboard,, buffet, table--and
6 chairs. Bedroom suite of
double edt with ,f6am jrubbet
; mattress and matched springs.
Night stand lnd dresser : anal
, large work" bench.1 Somp, small -.
artieulas. 8O08-A ,t Margarita, t k
FOR SALE:-Bamboo furnitaret
,3 piece settee, 2 chairs, fgot-V'v
stool, 2 end tables, round coffee-table,
Home. 6408, Lea Rios, pnon
2-3722. Y -v"';.t'..- ZiZ r,4
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For Garden State
CAMDEN. N.J.. Oct;' 24-(UPI)
-UThlrteen. horses were formally
entered today for the sixth runr
riing of ther Garden1 state Stakes
Saturday with Flrs Landink
ana u ony Lee neaamg tne neia
for the world's richest, horse
race. ., v;
There were ho lurprlses when
the entry box closed, and If all
13 two-year-olds start In the
mile and one sixteenth race. It
will carry a total value of $297,-
250. "The gross ywinners ; purse
will be $178,350. t
First Landing' drew vost posl
Won No." 9 while Tony? Lee was
placed at a, disadvantage by get
tine the No, 11 spot, There is i
short run to the lirst turn in the
race and crowding sometimes
develops in the. initial spurt of
the starting gate :. In quest of
racing's richest prize.
Sherry Prince got the rail po position,
sition, position, followed out in order by
Sword Dancer, Black Hills, win winsome
some winsome winneiv Carolina Joy, First
Landing, Rico .Tesio, Crafty
Skipper; Namon,, intentionally,
Tomy Lee, MoonAge nd Best-
BUDAPEST (,UPI)4The re es es-tablishment
tablishment es-tablishment of courts for handling
violations of labor discipline in
Communist Hungary was reported
yesterday by the Hungarian
press. Budapest newspapers said
the so-called social courts were
set up again in all factories of the
foundry and mechanical industry.
The courts were established
throughout Hungary after the 1956
revolt but were abolished last
85 y Trftnelatmlca:'
3-6122 3-61 23
Ave. AS aft LOUR DCS FHARMACY lRX
aaVMv a nuk
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Lefevre Street ) EAKMAC1A 'AS
Guerrero No. 14,121,
i FOR SALE- Two new net tend-,
-ers 1200 tons catge-with radio
radar, one ISM 1000 tent, one
800 tons all properly equipped ;
cargo r ships, For information, (
.phone Panama 3-5927. 1 1
FOR SALE- 6.E. wringer type
washer, jSO cycle, excellent con condition,
dition, condition, phone Albroek 6242.
FOR SALE: Underwood portable
typewriter, like new, Terms to
responsible parry; phone Balboa,
FOR SALE: Automatie Kan-
' more washer,. Transoceanic port
able, radio,' child tricycle.' Qtre.
Mi 39, Albreok, phone 6142. .'
Liquidation sale. Trees, shurba,.
bouse plants, etc. At greatly
reduced orieas. 95th street. San1
Francisco, across from entrance
Panama ; Golf Club Dora Ban- r
He Up For Orabs
Tonight At Hangar 4
Tonight, .at' Fort Kobbe's
Hangar 4 highly favored BUlye
West will tangle witn newcomer
Gerald Wilson for', the heavy
weia-ht i ChaniDionshlD ot Fort
A. canacltv crowd is expected
to sit in on thi& sveninK b eiaht-
bout .card (seven were known
at rrrcsstlme) which ieatures
three harn'Arrrhip ficnl,s.
Wilson is -m newcomer to the
local fiehtlne scene and has no
decisions uncier- nis neit: 'now-
ever, West Jtias been in five
fiehtv winning four, and drop
ping ones His record1! includes
lour, victories by eitner ine ku
cr TKO' route.; the latest being
a ; tk.o over iasi .year rAA-
heavyweight champ, f Wallace
The winner or the- west-wu-
j.on bout will be ideclared win
ner of vthe post's 'heavyweight
crown ana wui earn a spov on
Kobbe's. 10-man boxlntf'team. u
The other championship bouts
find Adam Gutierrez meeting
Joe Gelatert -for the pojsfly
wfllo-Vit.u trnvn. anrl Tj TAt.tlsi
tangling t with Vinnle Murdocco
jn a weiterweigiii, eiicuuuter
Airaeav crowned bantam
weight titlelst, last year's PAAT
champ jerome Dawson tangles
with Eloy Henry, of? Panama.
Kohbfr' s ''featherweight:' 'title
holder Art Johnson meets Fa-
rocinio Allen. Thurmant Jeffer
son encounters Luis Ibarra in
a lightweight match .and Bob
Cathers, already holder of the
ngnt mmaieweight title,' tangles
Panama's Atanasio .Moli-
Father Asks Girl
For Fatal Needle
COBLENZ.' Germany f tpn
Police siad yesterday that 11-
year-old Renate Rollefer unknow
ingly helped kill her father at bis
request oy giving mm an imec
PhilliDD Rolletter. 3ft. a farmAr
stricken with tuberculosis: asked
Renate to eive. him an inlection
Wednesday. She did not hink the
request strange because 'she often
administered insulin shots to .her
fathers What : she did not --know.
nowever,; was that Rolletter "had
filled, the syringe with weedkiller,
which proved fatal. Police said
Rolletter had lost all. faith in be
in cured. 1
CONFERS WITH NASSER ? 1
CAIRO tUPI) 'World-Bank
President Eugene .Black- left for
Pans yesterday after a Mive-day
visit during which he conferred
with United Arab Remiblic Presi
dent- Gamal Abdel Nasser, Black
said, he had "interesting : and use
ful" talks with Nasser and o her
Arab officials but that no loans
Iwill be;At!'CRECHA' m
albums that you buy ort
m&X'wi are cordially
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'feood prMht foriVbtiir bft friend. In th Statef or any-:
-where In the world. . ' " r
La tetmsquult ARrtiAt-iA
UfAlllls. UnUJUS HI UBVU
- ti sftRiiis ill i MOVED AD Ea
Vin PORBA 111 iuvuaub
FOR SALli-Lttt,5M ad 1.000
: mofert, in the Nuee Hipodromo'
UrbaniiatioH, across the Remeoi
Aacetraek. All lott with afreet
- fronts, sewage,, water main-; and i
electricity, Call W, McBarnettr
FOR RENT. La roe bum for
, drive in, commissary, boita or of
fices. 50th Street anal 16th, Tot
Today s Opening
NEV? YORK. Oct 24 (UPH-
Boosting of the discount rate in
five federal Reserve Centers
brought' in a. moderate amount of
selling to the stock market today.
'Losses held to : fractions; in
most instances and the large
Li. f.s s i J js a. j
Am Tel and Tel
, : 88Vb
Canadian Easle 4
Cerro da 'Pasco
Chance Vought L B0U
Chicago Gt Wast 43W
Cities Service n 60
Coastal Cirlbe ? .1
Creole Pet ,
Crown Corp and Seal ?s!8
Cuba Venezuela- Oil --"ll-W
Daystrom v 1 SB
El Paso Nat Gas
Gulf Oil v".
Howe Sound -,"
Imperial Oil 'I r
Int Petroleum '-. -ftit
Tel and Tel
New Eng T and T
Norden Ketay. .,
' Olin' Mathfeson v
Pan Israel -Pantepecv
RCA v t
Royal Dutch Shell'
t San Jacinto ' 83b
Shpll T- 'and TJ ' '22HV
, Signal Oil and, Gas, A-1 40
Sinclair Oil s
Socony Mobila c j
1 Stan Oil N.J.
Texas Gulf Prod
Unit Cansp Oil
US Steel .
Invited to! come ia CRECHA:
4 FOR SALE- 1952 B.S.A.Gol4
; Starr 500 c.c. Sea or call Brooks
' Claxton, Tel, Panama' 3-3493. 'i
Wanted smooth tires, suttable for
reconstruction. r y Reeonitructora
Kacional. -Peru Aenua t-Jd.-.'
, Phone 2-0406.
Boats &: Motors
FOR iSALIt 1, SO ft mororv'
Launch, 225' k.fJ Diesel, fray -marina,
is in vary food condition.
Reiittred 1 Panama, fhena
Balboa 1106. -
UN Political Group" Closing
TTXTTTr Tl 'Ttf A TTrtMC aT V tfW
24 (TJPIvThe United Nations
political committee neared the end
of debate on "disarmament today
with little nope of breaking the
Sixteen speakers still remain to
be heard in the general debate be
fore th 81-nStion' group reaches
th voting staga; possibly 1 a te
next week. !-'
The three-week-old debate thus
far has produced three major
resolutions, but none appeared ca
pable of getting a large- enough
majority to make it effective.
. Haitian. Foreign Minister .' Ed
mond Svlvain proposed a;' subcom
mittee! be organized -work out
a compromise' resolution; with the
Russia. Britain and France, com
mittee Chairman Miguel Rafael
Urquia of El Salvador said he
would put the proposal Into a, for
maLjesolution next week
But most U.N observer pinned
Local Ford Salesmen Brbfed On r59 Ccrs
Two sales Promotion sneclal-
ists sentito Panama1 by the In
ternational -ivlsion. -of Ford Mo-1
tor Co. are here, to-explain the
new features -of -.the 1959 Ford
cars and trucks to all F o r d
salesmen in- Panama' and Xtosta
ftica . o- """t
1 Fords' Central 'American dis district
trict district manager .Harold J.- Rosen
said "the "new. Ford,-will be. the
most' beautifully, proportioned
car to b seen on our roads,
and as- our;- dealeris salesmen
will be TJie ones who will put
these cars in the hands of their
customers, we are calling 1959
"The Year of the Ford Sales Salesman."
man." Salesman." .' -s-The
salesmen's tralnlni team
sent to Panama by Ford Inter
national' overseas distributorr
includes Jack; Hertre and -John
R. Ingmundson, passenger ,-car
The First Iteal Story Of Billy The
Kid. -.In "!'
, Tomorrow and Sunday, at the-;
'.if- s :
Af-iast ii,' an for 'iheilrst time Cm the screen presents
the' real story oMhe young
I BUly The Kid! It's Warner
J THE LEFT HANDED liUNI. iteieasu jurauitHuw ana u
. dav at the -DRIVE-IN" Theatre. SUrring Paul' Newman 1
-v William Banner the wild
;" ailevs who became the aeaanesi saner in ne westv- ris
KLEFT HANDED GUN" a bullet-bv-buliet account of th
comlng-of-age a killer. ,i
5 lost city-bom teenager, cauea eiuy a no .ia wanderiri
' aimlessly along the frontier.. kid who couldn't get througl
te people unless he blasted
in his llebtnln Mast leu
-WANTED: Two outside salc-
j mn must be bilingual fori out
.-' side sale work. Apply Modern,
S.A. La LoCeria, Pasadena,- en
4 half block to the left of the Na
tional Brewery's main
" Telephone 3-2321.'
', ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOyi
-.' DRAWER "A", DIABLO
' BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, CX
PHONE BALBOA 1709 Si
,Ta reconstruct a tiro tigniflat
economy. We uarantee cut
k- work. Reconstructora Nacional,X!
. Para Avenue 7. Phona 2-0408.
NURSERY SCHOOL, Hoom 175,.
Morflan Ava., Balboa.' Telephona V
2-1214. Children 2Vi years te
' 5 "years. Constant supervision. .,
Toys, fames, sandboxes, tricycles, S
nursery ryhmes and aonfot , 1
Transportation provided.' Haunt -S.15
a.m. to 1 1.00 a.m : 'A
their hopes on theEast-WeBt riii,-
cicar taixs scneauied to. open- in
ueneva ucu 31 They k said any
resolution annroved bvtha 'omi
Tnittee could- be nothing mora' i
man -jin expression ;ot the: group's - i
desire for agreement .v V
Philippines Ambassador Francis-.
co A. Delgado outlined the type,
of resolution, that had aoit
Chance: of getting committee an-',
m i1 J v s ..v 'fi,,
He' said the resolution should: J
-r-Commend 'the decision to hold L
a "conference in Geneva on nu- ?
clear-weapons, tests. ..t j
Express none that agreements si
fwouiu cpo, reBcnea ii iot ,comer-
ence and lead sto a, solution of the
central disarmament nrobleml
ICS? -; t-
uail (pon tna major powers
to resume as soon as possible the
disarmament 'negotiations suspend'
tA linen- tho) Snvir.t ITninn hrnlce
tthem off1 more than a year4. -ago.
and eommerclal vehicles sales -promotion
: The two sales training stmh
clalists met with the salesmen
from -all-Ford dealerships : in
Panama and Costa Rica yester yesterday
day yesterday morning at the Bella Vista
Theater, whise the features of
the new. Ford cars were presented.-,
- .. "V
After a lncheon at the XI Pa Panama
nama Panama Hilton, afternoon' trek
training sessions were held.
Subsequently., the new vehicles
were Inspected and tested by
all 'participating salesmen. -The
conference ended with 'a cock cocktail
tail cocktail party in the hotel, ,,
' The salesmen were enthusias enthusiastic
tic enthusiastic 1 about the new- cars '.and
trucks and pledged unanimous-!
lyto make the coming year
The, Year of the Ford Sales-
man." 1 ('
aesperaao Known- to legend ai
Bros actlonpacked, adventure.
teenager from New York's W
the real story of.'that loneli,
tnrougn wun me jn ne earn
nana, u.s. ,-. s a
rRIDAT, OCTOBER U, 1958
"By tifcORGR WUNDER TOE' STORY OF MARTHA WAYWR ;
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TS.KBY ANf TUt PIRATES
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TONE TO RAM U.5.A.fA
KAMM, TOU IPIOT HAVE t
YOU f LOVYN YOUR CORK?
OUT WHO 5 IN THAI AiKCRAFTf) FETE?
FIVE, FOLK, FIVE .YOU ARE NOT
CLEARED FCR FLIGHT. RETURN
- im UHWIC f)U MBS
COUNT OF THE
WE OF THE -f5HINfOAT
BALPY ON A -0S5-CCWR
-yOUR AIRCRAFT TO PARKINS J
area immepiately-. aiciuj
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEK
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1 -i l'll-Htgrrd
riCCJJXS AND V IXISKSt
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EVEftVBppY UiP! The receiver Is in doubt in this protograph.
It appears however that Junior Collegte's Bill Gibson dp) stands
the best chance of it, but that doesn't keep a teammate be behind
hind behind him from trying, and Bill Rankin, also wearing 16 in the
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Underdog Green Devils
Zoom I nto Foreg rou nd
Of CZ Football Picture
Story by TREVOR SIMONS, '?
.Pictures by BILf KIRKLAND 1
The Canal Zone Junior College, tabbed as hopeless;:)
outsiders in pre-season predictions, are fitting back to
night and. watching the prognosticators eat their words. -Scoring
what must be classified as an upset victory, if
not the biggest upset of the year, the College eleven play play-ed
ed play-ed some brilliant football in defeating the heavily-favored V
Athletic Club by a 7 to 0 count at Balboa Stadium Jastx-
CoHege, in fact, must now be lated much higher
than they were prior to the opening of the season on the
' strength of their three-game record to date; one scoreless
tie against the Tigers and a near-miss against. the defend defending
ing defending champs, B.H.S., which they dropped by a'13 to!7
score last Friday. 1 ; :
tention right up to the finish, and this all-out spirit Was DONNIE ALEXANDER (5), on a, keep play gains some yardage' for Junior Conege,-but Is Drought down by Tony Dyer (24)on the
climaxed last night with a win over the hitherto unde
feated and highly-touted Athletic Club. rv.-.a
The show for the' night and
the story of the Junior College
success can be nailed down to
great quarterbacking by Don
Alexander sensational running
by Bill Gibson whose" 111 yards
gained in 11 carries were tops for
the night, on offense.
Thu entire College eleven
played great defensive ball, but
outstanaing ;? periuini"v.
Gary Alexander, in his first year
of football, ana Bun Mea
ed the biggest role in holding
off the dangerous Atnieuc tiua
It Is one of the, most thrill thrilling
ing thrilling football seasons since tac-,
kle football started on the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, and" last night's con contest
test contest waj real 1958 class.
AC quarterback Jack Corrigan
brought the fans t othelr feet
cheering in the second quarter.
After a pair of 15 yard penalties
had put tne AC on tneir one
yard line, second down and 32
yards to go, tne Kms quarter quarterback
back quarterback was deep in, his end sone
for the punt. The pass from cen
ter was, wobbly and, after the
fumble, Corrigan discovered he
had no time to get away the
Apparently hopelessly caught
bottom.- and Charles Wibel (2) on the top.' While Bed Hayden (8, stands ready to plunge in if assistance is needed. In the back-1
ground are Jtm Fulton (28) for-the A.C., and Bruce Spurlock for the Green. Devils of Balboa J.C. Chap -on the right side i9 Bill
Gibsoa (16) who apparently feels the situation, is beyond his help, .s tj --c-, . v , s
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Ample Parklni Space Available w
for was seemed a sure safety
for JC, Corrigan effectively
evaded, the onrushing College
and not only got out of the
end zone, but scampered all
the way to his own 38 yard
line for the first down.
Midway through the third
quarter. Junior College scored
the only touchdown of the game
that gave them their first victo victory
ry victory and Athletic Club their first
oeieat or 1858.
It all started when Don Alex Alexander
ander Alexander punted from his own '44
yara line on fourth down. The
JC was given' a new life, how
ever, when a "rouehine the
kicker" penalty placed the ball
on tne AC 40. first and ten.
" With Alexander and Gibson
doing most of the toting, JC ran
up two quicK first downs to the
AC seven yard line. A holding
penalty stalled the drive and put
ju duck on tne Rams' 22.
But the Green Devils were not
to be denied. Alexander faked a
hand-off to Gibson beautifully
and himself swept around the
ngnt side to the Athletic Club's
With AC holding stubbornly.
Alexander's next attempt netted
a four-yard loss.
with AC holding stubbornly,
Alexander's next attempt netted
a four-yard loss. v
But on the very next play, BUl
Gibson took Alexander's hand hand-oft
oft hand-oft around the right side of his
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A COMPLEX VIEW Df a. strange play as Bill Rankin 56), the ball carrier for the Athletic Club,, appears to be ralght arming v
to bring him down, Amidst this
tMinmstt Ptpoi'b. Harris (12). Harris', is running directly at Rankhvand Appears determined
puzsing bit of action, the AC's Tony Dyer (24) is throwing a fine block at the left of the picture, while an unidentified AC play-.
er is dofng the same to Herm Keepers (9) on the right, ". !l( v
line and into tne corner or tne
TOU'RE BEING JOLLOWED! Bill Rankin (16) carrying the ball
for the" Athletiq Club has three players hot in pursuit in the
form of Bob Priest (55). Jim Benson (66).. and one other play
er. Rankin was soon driven out of bounds, but not before pick
end zone for the score.
. The score was costly for the
winners, for Gibson was injur injured
ed injured on the play and was unable
to return to the game for the
rest of the night, though his
; injury was reported not serious
enough to keep him out of any
' Don Alexander added' the ex extra
tra extra ooint when his front wall
laid low the AC defenders and
the College back leaped over the
pile to make the count 7-0.;
i j l, . s t f t r
Athletic club's most'; serious
threat, was sniffed 1 out when
they gambled with an untried
play. Starting from their own
42, Corrigan, Morris and Tuttle
combined their power and speed
to pile oil three rapid first downs
to College's 13-yard lipe.
'.Bill Rankin '"wen 'over eft
tackle an dmoved the rampaging
Rams to the Devils' eight; Cor Corrigan
rigan Corrigan picked up a couple more
yards on a drive over right tac tackle..
kle.. tackle.. 'VXT "VN
' But here the play that lost
.the biggest chance for AC was
called. A buck lateral, starting
with a direct pass to Bob Mor- -ris.
then a hand-off to Corrl-:':
gan and lateral to Bill Rankin
was shabby to ; sayv the 'least,'
and the results were the same.
Rankin was nSlled on the Col
lege 11 for a five-yard loss. With
ed sweep around right end was
halted by Gary Alexander. ,, A
With this the College defense
stiffened and Athletic Club
could no longer threateri the de-s
termined victory oft-the Green
Devils. g a V1' 'r
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- The College victory was' all the
more impressive In that .they
played without tthe services of
George f Trimble, '"fir st-string
fullback,1 who was sidelined with
an Injury.-JC also played a good
part of the third quarter and all
of the fourth without Gibson.
- The Athletic Club- had ninl
first downs against seven forth
winners. The losing Rams also
paced Junior College in penal- 4
ties, 65 to 55. College tried seven
passes, all by Alexander, and,'
completed one, while the Athle Athletic
tic Athletic Club took to the air only
once. '; 4 V 1 s 1
, :spn. iww,3S dn Sa one down to go Tuttle's attempt-
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CARL TUTTLE t25) carrying the ball Jothe AthleUcClub evades Hermn Keener (8) of JunJr :
CoKege, aM-Witt Jim rulta; (28) doing the blocking picks up yardage lor the A.c;v:r;i-. 1
. v,. -'V r 1 ( witii HENRY SILVA ANDREW DUGGAN' .. 4
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