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Amador Nursery School who,
Add' colcl. suie and Mrs! Gertrude Brigandi are the Tbxamf
SirappediVefsiTo Get H&b
Willi Kids' ? CZ; Tuition Cosh
' J .Efforts are moving-ahead toward getting financial assistance
fort the needy children f JJnited States veterans who wish to
attend Cnal Zone- Schools, s K '
Somt -wjeeks ago, after the rise in v tuition fees charged resi residents
dents residents of Panama who do not have, Canal Zone privileges, Ameri Ameri-can
can Ameri-can Legion Department Commander,. Alfred Gauvin announced
thatody Vas looking into the question of aid for veteran's chil children
dren children here who may lack the means for an American schooL educa education.
tion. education. IV v i ." 1
Today he reported ott the progress made, v ,
' The Nations Child Welfare Cotn
mission of. the, -Legion,, ha .Been
sked lor temporary financial as assistance"
sistance" assistance" for'ildren of Ameri Ameri-caii
caii Ameri-caii veterans attending CstnaL Zone
chools who'lpresentlyj srfri resi resi-'
' resi-' dents -of ".the Republic 't of "Pana "Panama,
ma, "Panama, whose parents presently find
themselve,in such .financial cir cir-cum
cum cir-cum stances "preveat them from
paying the Increased tuition rate
per students t
The Commission has agreed' to
give temporary t assistance f ior
these' students, pending so 'at 'attempt
tempt 'attempt by the National Child Wel Welfare
fare Welfare Commission ..in Washington,
DC. 'to secure some kind of. ad administrative
ministrative administrative relief. v" "t
.If the edrnWitrstivo 'action"
' sought is not favorably omi omi-'
' omi-' j etrd, the, fintmi Cartel Zone
Department of the. Ltgion: plan
1 to prosont rosolution of the
th American Legion in Ma
119S,' asking for Congressional
I lepislatlon in this session of
Congress to remedy the.titus--,,
tien existing in me Canal Zone
With regard to tuition' rates
charged American students hil
dren ef veterans who ere de de-coased
coased de-coased ,er d sablod or "who for
went, i ar unable to pay the
current tuition rates. i r.
To insure that- the "National
Ligh t Quake -!
;, A light earthquake was record record-ed
ed record-ed et Balboa Heights Thursday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 3:47 p.m.', v ivi
's Officials at the Canal's hydro hydro-graphic
graphic hydro-graphic office said the epicenter
was approximately 50 miles from
; Balboa Heights. j
t The single jolt, felt by only a
. few persons,-: was classified as in in-t
t in-t tinty 1.
4 This- was the wettest October
; iitruiooai since i84z: in tac. lau
for the month averaged above
normal st all stations except Gam Gam-'
' Gam-' boa, Madden Pam and Balboa
' .Heights.'- 1 : ,'l
r ; t Theaverage tout rainfall if 11
:i;attiqn wiihin the ;waershed wms.
1.02 inches, .60 inches! above
iinches' at CrKtobal to inches
1 af. "Madden Dam.; The accumuia'N
" totals W the ; year i, are well
above normal at iv sut ons ex
'vX eeptVGamboa and Madden Dam.
A .. I
Miss Virginia Tlesher, Fort Amador
made visit to ,ther itbrary as part
Child Welfare Committee has
the 'pertinent- facts, tJauvin, with
concurrence of the department ex executive
ecutive executive committee, appointed a
fact finding committee to make
a complete study.
..yhpse i appointed and .approved
are as follows:1
Chairman, Wi B. Gilly; Co Co-chairman,.
chairman,. Co-chairman,. Gauvin; John "Terry;
Claude Campbell; George Block;
Ida McDade; Bill Swenson; Frank
Kane; .George Dilford; Jim Price
and S, Sparling. 1 v
Interested .Veterans who desire
to be placed -on this-' committee
may contact Department of Child
Welfare .chairman, Gilley, .whose
telephone number is Cristobal 3 3-1592
1592 3-1592 or Gauvin; telephone Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du 5286.
It is anticipated that Oils' com committee
mittee committee .wilL meet within the next
week to formulate operational
plans for accomplishing its mis mission.
.The American Legion in "1857
spent more' than 8,640,000 -on
Child Welfare Work. Much of this
expenditure was -spent on. educa education
tion education for needy children of deceas deceased
ed deceased veterans. It is eatmated : that
during the calendar year 1958,
this amount will go even higher..
,. Today's American Legion an announcement
nouncement announcement was the second ., in
two, days reveal'ng group .'ac .'action
tion .'action to try to teke stops to see
that all children of' United
States parentage on the Isthmus
have an opportunity to get 1 an
American education if they seek
Yesterday's story revealed' the
American Society:' tentative plans
for an American school in Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, starting with a kindergarten
and lower elementary grades, and
finally moving up to a full fledg fledged
ed fledged secondary school. V
It would be open also to Pana Panamanians
manians Panamanians and other j non-US i Citi Citizens.
zens. Citizens. t s
Rainfall as Mighty:
ati 'The average alr4emperature wail the Balboa bright leiunoitlphi
81.1 degrees, slight'y above nor normal
mal normal for October, with' a maxi maximum1
mum1 maximum1 of 83 degrees ? recorded at
Gatun on- October 5.- Boti rela relative
tive relative humidity and daytime cloud cloudiness
iness cloudiness were slightly above normal
except at .Balboa Heights; ; where
cloudiness was slightly below, tr-
m au Mean wmd velocities
somewhat ,beiow normal
stations.. V:'-r -.-.;s-',-, :;, v.
No seismic disturbance w e r e
felt in the. Canal Zone during the
- J mopth but ; five Vera recorded on
post librarian; tells lavoriUt "rtorlesviri. --enildteWf rom tlhe. Tort
of their observance of .National' ChUdrens' Book Week.' Mrs.
teaeherg howa in the- tejtttiv'.irrcfl? v tf;S. Amf. Photo-.
Unions Claim; Kcat i RafieHsinij.
$34,000 Daily With Wage Bill Delay
Local rate unions again ex expressed
pressed expressed concern today over the
delay In the Instrumentation of
the single- wge -bill which they
estimate is meaning a loss to lo local
cal local rate workers in the. Canal
zone of approximately $34,000 &
dy "r' ;, V
Canal Zone agencies will need
$1,200,000 year to pay the costs
of extra wages resulting from
the reclassification of a number
of workers:.Thia works out to a a-bout
bout a-bout $100,000 a month, or about
$34,000 a day,-
Resident Eisenhower signed
the single; wage bill in July, but
has not yet signed th,e executive
order authorizing1 the. wage In Increases.
creases. Increases. When he does sign the
order, the law goes -into' effect
withl n60 days.
Among the other provisions of
the legislation,' local rate work workers
ers workers already ihave been blanketed
into .the canal Zone retirement
scheme. The merit, system is to
be started fot local rate workers
Jan. 19 of next year.
Jose de la Rosa Castillo of Lo Local
cal Local 907, said today, .'Thii delay
Is worrying' ns considerably. We
Needs Lfve Fowl
For Next Play
For the production of "My,Three
Angels" which is now in rehears rehearsal,
al, rehearsal, the Theatre Guild issued a call
for the following items:
Two Louis XVI armchairs; one
needlepoint footstool; s one man's
frock coat, size 40 long; and one
live, mature chicken," any color,
preferably well behaved. ?
. If anyone can iupply one or more
of these props, the Theatrer Guild
wfll apprecitate a telephone call
(Balboa 2:3786) during the early
evening hours Tuesday through Fn"
the Balboa Heights seismographs
Of these, two were within .300
miles of the Cnal Zone, f
- Severe thunderstroms occurred
frequently during October and on
three occasions slight damage was
reported from Jightnlng'1 One" of
below. n'.tJie officer's -quarters at Albrook.
itis Were! I fir Force jBase wss struck 1 Octj'
at 'tat t ali-1 K and another? nearby h o u s e
was struck the following day. Fla Flamenco
menco Flamenco Is'and light at the Pacific
entrance to the canal was struck
'during the earlymorning y hours
feel we should be getting the
money by now-JWe-have made
representation by letter asking
Panama's Foreign Minister mi
guel Moreno to act on ourhehalf
to eet tmnits speeaea upr
Meanwhile lrt Washington,
President Elsenhower today is
sued an executive order contin
uing present wage and- employ employment
ment employment practices In the Panama
: Such orders have been. Issued
annually since 1941.
Being Toved Here
By PC's Taboga
The -vessel Hans F. Can f on
which an engineer was iniured dur during
ing during an explosion waa .being towed
into Balboa today by the Panama
Canal's sea-gOmg tug Taboga.
' The Taboga, which-left Balboa
Tuesdav .nisht.- started the tow af
ter arriving alongside of the vrssel
at 10:30 this morning, it. js scnequi scnequi-ed
ed scnequi-ed to arrive at Balboa with the
Carl Sunday afternoon, ;
'The explosipn occured about five
miles souin of isia nainca -wo
miles from 'Balboa. -The injured
engineer was put ashore at Punta Punta-renas,
renas, Punta-renas, Costa Rica,
Potter Sets Date ;
For Next Meetings
With Councils J
5ov. W. E. Potter's next meet
ings with Latin American and V V-S.
S. V-S. Civic Council officers will be
public sessions at Paraiso and Ga-
tun.h, i. '' ,,
The meeting at Paraiso will, be
held at the Paraiso High School
gymnasium Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
The Gatun meeting will be held
in the Gatun Council's quonsef hut
theJollowtna Tuesday, Nov. 25, l
so at 7:30 p.ml v
i osi.--Oeii'.ltfcVs:''sso- vtsaa&iila were
reported, ,.,.', . .-;:;,
. On OcU W,' heavy riins caused
the Clirundu "'river to overflow
its' banks and" some residents 'of
the section of Panama behind the
National Stadium had to, be eva evacuated.
cuated. evacuated. At the same time, Balboa
Heghts recorded 1.04 inches of
rainfall. This storm.: however. Was
limited, to lthet Pacific 't side ..uind
did not extend further' northward
than Pedro Miguel. A- maximum
wind of 25 miles tef hour, was1 re
corded at Balboa Heights but
, In ft lentf h? -promun t Balboft Thectrc ut night, the Itth Itth-mlB
mlB Itth-mlB Historical .Society honored .BooMTelt Mdal Holders. A cos
mopoIlUa audieaoe filled the house.-,')'
i Former Congressman and Isthmian' Canal Commission mem member
ber member Maurice H. Thatcher .took a tactual look at Construction days
and at President Theodora. Roosevelt from the vantare point of
one-wno was here and saw the
Fanami in the 1904-14 decade.
f. Taklnr on : from there,,; a
zone students and tcacners presented a musical pageant on 'The
Ordeal of Mr. Steven, or Teddr
rreotoent Ernesto ae la uuardia, jr with Mrs. de la Guardia,
was an honored guest at the program. On the stage he saw a
fellow countryman, Juan Ehrman, depict with complete eff ective ective-ness'Panama's
ness'Panama's ective-ness'Panama's very first President, Dr. Manuel Amador Guerrero.
Later Mr. de la Guardia was mobbed for autorraohs M Oldtimers.
student and Canal employes.
Thatcher, too; had memories
of Dr. Amador.
Outlining how Rdosevelt could
and did meet people of all cate
gories from chiefs of stale to
soldiers and cowboys on com
mon ground, Thatcher stressed
Teddy' peace efforts on the in international
ternational international scene. For some of
these,' Roosevelt received the
MODei reace mze. xnatcner em emphasized
phasized emphasized how the United States
26th President firmly dissuaded
the German Kaiser from attack
ing Venezuela; '
Fair and prudent, he acted
flrmlyr Thatcher, recalled,' addV
Touching the policy and atti attitude
tude attitude of Roosevelt with respect to
the independence of Panama,
and the building of the Canal, it
may be sufficient to say. that, In
all he did with respect to the In.
dejiendcne- panam-i)d tht.
launching of thi mighty Isth Isth-toiUft
toiUft Isth-toiUft enterprise, was 1 don in.
good conscience and Vith.the
purpose In mind to serve hot on only
ly only the best "interest of the peo
ple pt Panama who, undet'the
rtrenmstance's -;involved. "i were
entitled to f reedoih, with the' as
surance that the Canal would be
Infiruf, H "ream
country and the world lit. IMgej,
.'The results that followed?!
am sure Justify air that he ..did;
and I doubt not that .Impartial
history will so record. ..
To him and to his associates
in leadership., and to the Pan Panamanian
amanian Panamanian leaders In making
the fateful decisions of that
early time, this mighty instru instrument
ment instrument of commerce' and good",
will constitutes a monument
which attests the worth and
wisdom of their-actions. ',
"And opportunity may knoclt
but onct It never Importutiei.
Had nob these grave steps been
taken as? they were, there might
not hav? eventuated the pana
ma Canal as destiny had cer certainly
tainly certainly .designed." ..
TouChijng4 on! Roosevelt's, ylsit
to Panama pitv in ison anq nis
joint ;aoress mere wiin presi president
dent president Amador,, Thatcher cohtiil cohtiil-uedt
uedt cohtiil-uedt 'y:f!f;$,':''j
-"Revertlncr'a moment 16 the
independence movement of 1903,
I maysay that Its leaders were
men of .Courage, vision and
character it was my privilege
know theiKreater number or
them, and mv ludement U thus
derived,. I have ever regarded
them as close and dear friends.
s; "Som served in lmnortant of.
ficial capo cities In their gov government
ernment government during my! Isthnian
tenure.. i, Part of mv official
duties was to reuresent the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Cnal' Commission In. all
Its relation ith th Pna1ma-
nian tovernment? anef the for foreign
eign foreign representatives accredited
to that if oyernment; and that
there was never a reanest that
I submitted for the consideration
or Panamanian authorities that
was not promptly considered and
gramfd. j' r' .' ?
r "Such wbbleheatred cooper J
atlon wai of the neatest ini-f
portance to the Canal enterJ
: prise ,especialW in matter
of health and sanitation."
In closlnir his euloev of Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt -set for a half hbur, but
actually 'taking 55 mlnutes-uth,e
I damage wa l': mlted to the failing
or a lew trees. ..
V "t;.-"' - 'v "" n
": At Cristbbat between t a.m. Fri Friday,'
day,' Friday,' Oct 24, and I a.m. Monday,
Oct., very heavy rains fell at
Cristobal with a total of 11.26 inch
es recorded.' The heaviest rainfall
during, this jtorm was 5.81 inches
in 24 Hours and tnis occur-ea ,pr n
cipally.i on- Saturday between'
and 8 p.m. The ? hour totaU how
ever; does pot approach te rec
ora o- 13.50, inches reported, pec.
Canal Zone and the Republic of
group composed chiefly of Canal
Visits The Isthmus."
Sfr-year-old Thatcher noted that
Teddy.. Jike all other men and
leaders, made his mistakes, "But
nis general purposes and a
enlevements were for peace.
progress and the general good.
In these fields he wrought
migntuy ana wen'
.Thatcher was introduced by
our. w. a. rouer, louowmg a
brief "welcome from Loren B
Burnham, president of the His Historical
torical Historical Society.
Then the curtains parted for
theprplogue of the pageant
written by Donald E. Mussel
man, with music by Victor A.
H8rrvThey -directed Jointly.
. first narrator Fred Berest
nd second narrator Jean Ber Berest
est Berest presented the background
and. connecting facts behind
the five scenes and finale.
The Balboa- students orches
tra mncTfiee-eiuD .-carried the
choral effects -''
fijfymour j BafWIwC John
F; Bteyen. Jed A convincing and
ftmutine) number depicting offi officials
cials officials harrassment as to 'howHo
receive Teaay and an unfinished
woiei nvwi, and show him ev
erytning m jihree -days. Then
Teddy's cruiser the Louisiana
arrfved a. dayearly; Instead- of
beeniightseeinK hi Cbion,
v; The: next ecene. v'Th Rider
Whose Pace Is Ijastv Enough"
dramatized Teddy's ; t e m a r k,
which added "is never borne
aown witn care." ;
InTta Jungle fxpress
diggtrs,: engineers ,$nd mem
Kers of Miss Agnes t Johnson's
oth grade class of Balboa Ele Elementary
mentary Elementary School did their stuff.
The latter marched to 'fjp, Up
With the Flag," so song for
Which sneaker Thatcher wrote
- Next ,-Came, ff'TftrTwo- Prest-
aenrs" m a scene laid- nn th
s,teps of the Panama Cathedral
during Roosevelt's Visit. Two
students l m p e rsonating the
young Panamanians' who were
decked out In Rourh. Rider suits
on that historic day were t.i
wellyn Zeht as Joree and Frank
KyoicKj, u Juan. Their Sonnish
(wltfe a .bit of J5nirllh1 prologue
to, .the. seen .brought amused
titters from the largely bHin bHin-gua'
gua' bHin-gua' audience,., ; v :
. Then. ie.ond. applause, the
.two,- Presidents, nam arm in
arm down .the I floodlit aisle
front the back of the theater.
Both wore eutawaT coats and
Panama's well-known lawyer
Juan (Pepe); jEhrmaji gave a
highly ccmvlnclhsr Imoe'rsonation
Of his fllufttrihit n rrt n
founding1 father tttC, Aftis dor1
with him as Roosevelt came
James Rnift, who handled' ;(his
part well; but lacked the toothy
presence, dynamic energy and
lmnresMve stance 'of T.R, :
In the n&rty scene "The
Mighty Sisterhood," the Cnal
Zone women rossins of dirt-rtlsr-
ging days had -their say. Here
tne part or the late Jose Lefevre,
a Panamanian known to many
Americans of. todav, was taken
by his youne courttrvman. Ro Ro-IniyJo
IniyJo Ro-IniyJo Chftnl. varen f Curtis.
Carol Lund',' Phyllis Rnee and
Forest Wise were the sharp-
By all odds the smash-hit or
the pateant was "Big Nellie
, Hete Charles "Walsh, a nower-
shpvel oneratdr from the Cut,
kept wawing hli feet as he ang
and told his wife. Kathv Wilber,
how Teddr came down to the dig
and shovelled a scoopfull of 'yel 'yellow
low 'yellow dirt. ..
-Music and linea in this one
melded to m moving performance
that mat well' go Into some
grotro's Isthmian repertoire, or
Settings for, the whole affair
wre flonfl by Genevieve Plelus Plelus-ko.
ko. Plelus-ko. w'ith Elolse Monroe handling
he' aimpl but r eff ective cos
Unveiling Of Bust
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Pldp Record I
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The most elaborate and
monies ever held in the Canal
tomorrow morning at a dedication program at Balboa,'
neignrs during yhich a bronze bust of Theodore Koose
velt will b flfiVfelf d,
More than most of the events of the Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Centennial observance this week in the Canal Zone.
the ceremony tomorrow will
tribute to the 26th President
historians agree was the most
of the Panama Canal.
Principal figures in the dramatic ceremony will be
the men who are now directly responsible for the success successful
ful successful operation of the interoceanic waterway as$ifnnr
Secretary of Jthe Army Georae
f ??ai?1 P011 Com Pa ny board of directors, and Goy,
W. f .'Potter, president of the Canal Compbny.
Heading the list of distinguished guests will be Pres President
ident President Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr. I ,Je
Three events, have been added to thilRooMvnlt rwi
tennial Week observance which is expected to bf,pf spe-,-
Th three new tvents re
the. championship football game
tofiieht in -Balboa Stadium: a
reception in honor of all Canal
construction people ,'in Bisnop
Morris Hall .of St. Luke's Ca-
thjedjral in Ancon tomorrow af af-tewnxi.n!v;
tewnxi.n!v; af-tewnxi.n!v; also
for all Canal construction peo
ple at Christ Church-By-The-
Sea on the Atlantic side eunaay
The football game which will
decide the. canal Zone cham
pionship this year! will be play
ed oetween sainoa anq wnsio wnsio-bal
bal wnsio-bal high schools. loam; time Is
7:3U P.IIU ,,;.',v..:
Medal holders have oeen in
vlted and their badges will eh'
title them to enter the stadium
and to have special seating. Me Medal
dal Medal holders who plan to attend
have been requested to see Mrs.
John Everson at the Centennial
information, desk in wit ioddv
of the Tivoli" so that, trans transportation
portation transportation may" be arranged.
Both the reception at. St.
Luke's tomorrow and the pro program
gram program on the Christ Church-By-The-Sea
are intended spe specially
cially specially for; till men and wom women
en women who worked on the. Canal
construction, regardless, of na
The .recention in Morris Hall
will be from 5 until 0 p.m. to
There will be a very short
program with remarks -from
some of the distinguished guests
as weu as. prayers and songs.
The program will' not be more
give time for. the old timers to
give time for he old timers to
meet and exchange greetings
with each other and with the
The Atlantic side nroerom will
be held at 11 ajn. Sunday. All
old. timers of the Atlantic side.
of whatever, nationality, hjtve
oeen urgea to aueqa.
. Yesterday Hermann Hage Hage-dorn,
dorn, Hage-dorn, well known writes and
authority on Theodore Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, related Interesting anec anecdotes
dotes anecdotes from his experiences
with Theodore Roosevelt and
the Roosevelt family at Saga Sagamore'
more' Sagamore' Hill and In Colorado,
when he gave an Impromptu
talk at the Cristobal High
Hagedorn is one of the special
guests for the Theodore Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt .Centennial observance in
the Canal Zone. His appearance
at the school was a highlight
of the assembly program which
was devoted to the life of
The program was opened wtih
a medley of old-time sonss fol
lowed by the pledge to the flag
by "the Cristobal ROTC 'Color
Guard; President Elsenhower's
proclamation designating this
year as. Theodore Roosevelt
Centennial Year was read by
Gerarde de Tore. Following the
prologue which was given by
Keith Kullg a, program of 12
numbers was presented.
Tomorrow's dedication pro
gram at '" Balboa Heights is
scheduled to open at 9 JO a.m.
comprehensive public cere
Zone will come to a climax;'
have a touch of solemnity in
of the United States whorh
responsible for the building
H. Roderick. hnirmnn 'nf
combined bands of Balboa and
Cristobal High Schools under the
S"M Victor A. HerT nd nd-Oswald
Oswald nd-Oswald e. Jorstad.
The principal: address will b
deliverec( by Roderick. otftI otftI-taking
taking otftI-taking a major-part will beV
Edward a. Bacon, Deputy As
sistant secretary of the Army-,
donor of the Roosevelt bust whd
Won the f0mal presenta- ?
rfwaidAP- Bowman. Vice Presl Presl-r.iv
r.iv Presl-r.iv Sf lhe Aw'can Society 0J
Panama canal as one of the
Seven Modern Civil Engineering
SSSmk' UnIted States a!
selected by the ASCE to 1955;
Roosevelt busts to
hLuUdePts of Ahe CanI Zona
r.n?.' Wl,nner ltt Roosevelt
Centennnal essay -contest -Introductory
remarks by Pot Potter
ter Potter will be followed by the
presentation of the awards-fe:
Arthur O'Leary, of Balboathnd
Ronald Frankel, of Cristobal,
winners of the EngHsh "lani"
gaage essav contest; Edwli Je-
eph, of Rainbow Citv, and.
Jnan B. Morales, of Pawisol
winners of the Spanish jfanS
,Th!,,Lwtin American School -Glee
Club, under the direction of
Miss Emily Butcher, will
Give Me a Pip.ce in the Sun."
arranged by Hawley Ades.-snd
"Granrda" by Aurustin Lara.
The accomnanist will be Miss
One of the main featuresr of
the Centennial, the isuann of
a commemorative T h e 04 ore
Roosevelt stamn by the fnal -Zone
Postal Servife. will he for
mally inauffurated at the deriva derivation
tion derivation ceremonv immedtatv ftr
Roderick's address. Thl. Wil be
the cancellation of the first
stamn. a four-cent issue featur featuring
ing featuring the Roosevelt Medal, '"" and
will be done by Potter.
Because of thi limited apace
In the rotunda, the unveiling of
the bust and olaaue can be en
by relPtivelv f ew sDectators. Pot Potter
ter Potter will extend an invitation to
President de la Gnardlal and his
official party, the Roosevelt
MMal holders, and other diatm
guished guests to enter the Ad Administration
ministration Administration Buildlnr lobbv ta
witness the ceremony after
which "thev will return to their
seats for the remainder of the
prneram outside. M t
The oouble-lif e-siie bronze
bust stands In the exact center
01 tne roiunaa, tne piace or tae
highest honor in the canal Zone.
The bust Is the work of G. W.
Derukihsky, noted American
sculptor, of New York.' .i
it stands on a shaft of Broca
dlllo marble with a black marble
base, matched at the top by a,
black marble slab. The over.au
height of the shaft and bust Is
about eight feet.
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?!; We OldUmers on the Atlantic Side would be glad to accept
$ne ?' Invitation to the Theodore Roosevelt celebrations at the
WOWis Hall in Anton. But the Dean of St.- Luke's Cathedral
mvfit know that we can hardly exist on the Cash Relief we get,
Jet Alone afford to pay our transportation across to Ancon. It
would be a joy to us 1804-19H Canal Diggers on the Atlantic
llde if the Dean could ask Governor Potter if he could give us
a free train ride across to the occasion.
THAT UNCERTAIN SMILE
'smiHnr .tpV (Ms.il Box. Nov. 6) used an excellent nom-
de-plume but I recognized his words, identical with his every everyday
day everyday soapbox oratory. He is one of the foremost of the 86, arid
he knows as well as I do that if wages were cut In half tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow he would remain working for whatever the big man on the
Hiirihrew down to him.
Yes, he must remain here because he has no Pilot s experi experience
ence experience In the good old United States. This is his first pilot's Job.
He has no service as a ship's master, so cannot return to a can canine
ine canine which did not reouire him before.
Deep down inside-he would like to be a man, but he goes
along with the tide through fear of what the others will do or
air As for oavlne hleh dues, we are in the same boat, and
m. mrm ahmit. ax nipfui civlnt exoenslve food to a
If Jack keeps on smiling he may find himself standing on
Pier 19 as a WAE employe waiting ior nis nexi inp wj ioog.
"Fool No. 73" (Mall Box. Nov. 9 struck home, except I would
lit. t Vnnw wi h wax an surDrlsed at the total number of
f ools there are.
t Deep Salt Water
SALARIES IN PANAMA
Easy to Hit but It Won't Go Far
By VICTOR RUSH :; 7
In its drive to convince the Sea-
ate racket-busting committee to
close up shop next August, labor's
high command can se' a jnigniy
tempting offering before the group
now trying to scrape the union
dough off some thugs' bands.
The Bakery workers union nas
whipped up a birthday cake for
the th.rd anniversary of the mer
ger wmcn orougnt tne nt l-l-iu
togetner a bit oi evidence wmcn
the national union chiefs would oo
well to set before the committee
as proof of what can be done when
you really try to sweeten tilings
up in the bouse of labor,
Thii would be tne unique consti
tution of the new American Bak
ery and Confectionery Workers U
nion something even the Brink's
DeoDle should envy when it
comes to protecting union dollars.
Operating on the toeory tnai
money is the root ot au evu,. tne
men who wrote this constitution
went right to the root. Counseled
by Washington lawyer Henry Kai
ser the new union's leaders wrote
into the constitution that its na
tional secretary treasurer may not
have more than $300- of the union s
funds in his possession at any mo
ment. And outside or Washington
no local secretary treasurer can
retain more than $25 in his casn
drawer or pocket it any one time,
All other money must be depo
sited in a bank approved by the
General Executive Board. Thus,
as has happened elsewhere, no u-
nion official can shift union cash
to banks across the land and tell
his colleagues and the curious that
he did so because he "felt like it."
Furthermore, much as union
president Daniel E. Conway and
his colleagues love their fellow u u-nion
nion u-nion president Daniel E. Conway
and his colleagues love their fel fellow
low fellow union man, they insisted that
the new constitution call ior every
local to send a monthly financial
statement to international head-
auarters in Washington. If no such
statement arrives after two months bacx worn the isewiorx jungies.
it- f r i
v ' r-.. -A I ;
ly RIW IARtn?
engrossed s in" Quemoy,' flections,
and football, Russia quietly step stepped
ped stepped into Argentina and copped
$100,000,000 loan-deal whereby she
senas Russian technicians, and e e-quipment
quipment e-quipment to "develop the potential potentially
ly potentially wealthy Argentine oil tields.
mis is a victory 'which vrouia
Bubottomiti. hamstrung, made v :
some counterproposals, Frondiu
gave- no reply. t
His'reply ;eame later; ia the
form of the $100,000,000 )oao from
Russia with part :of -the noneyj ;
being spent on Soviet oil: eauin- f:
fnent and for-the salaries; of sev-
have made President JamerMotr-jerai hundred: engineersind tech
roe, auwor oi. f me j jMonroe :
nicians. -ttondm granted Russia
what he hadn't granted the"Unit-'
t"? ::,uon wtshmgton'i
p aj ihiijvs e u jnnvi "J I
viet and ,would :' hot: have, happen-
Well-Behaved ; Kids
I ' :! i ..i '"I : :"-'
By BOB RUARK
v Lately there has been a lot of critlclsrrt of salaries oald by
enterorises in Panama compared to those paid by the Panama
It Is true that the salaries paid by certain Panamanian con concern?
cern? concern? are pitifully low. This is because labor is not organized
In Panama, -except for such groups as the printers, pharmacists,
accountants, architects and engineers. For these groups the
fijiiln Panami "In many cases is better than that obtainable
Vfor 'the same job with the Canal.
' With the successful exception-! above, I have never seen
Pwttimanian workers organizing themselves to demand better
--res, or to form a genuine, strong labor movement. Auto me-r'-ianiM
hlarksmlths oamenters. radio and TV workers, plumb-
.4rs. painters, ejeetrlclahs, masons, tile workers, salesmen, office
rckj i typiste.stenoersrtihers. barbers, beauticians, maids, 1n 1n-.
. 1n-. JjaJs-4rtps4k, gardeners, upholstery workers tnovle
oiieratofs 'tnesstngers nd many others Ignore the s benefits
alc.ttemJfroftmlng Lrton: Tfels Is how the merchants
tartlet their kbof for Cheap.The merchants cannpt be blAmed
for feuvlhg the-'coinmodlty of labor as cheaply as possible. Just
a they try-to paV thp lowest possible; price for any other com commodity
modity commodity Involved in their business. But a workers' union could
eejt that the going rates for labor was maintained at decent
y The engineers, .architects, accountants and pharmacists
stronjr professional groups. Teachers, nurses and chant. -wttJft
do not do so well, as their unions are not so strong and
$. is more Qian a suspicion of political influence. If the un un-taplsts
taplsts un-taplsts permit such influence, It Is their own fault if their bar bargaining
gaining bargaining power weakens in consequence, and their salaries
stay low. ;
If workers do not fight for their own welfare, who do they
' expect tn flsht on their behalf? The Canal Zone' U.S. Raters
are constantly fiehtinr at Bnlboa Heights for better conditions,
and maintain a lobbyist In Washington. Their union dues are
modest, but oroperly applied have brought tremendous benefits
rln the lone run.
A flat statement that waees In the Zone are better than in
Panama would be untrue. There are at least three women's
Clothing stores In Panama Citv where the clerks get paid better
than PC Commissarv clerk? doing the same line of work, and
'the clerks in Panama pet a commission, social security and ma maternity
ternity maternity benefits as well. Several older and well-established
ffirms in Panama pav their office clerks better than Panama
Canal clerks. These are firms with plentv of working capital,
thovh r"4 go much as the Panama Canal Company.
It is the newer firms with little capital which pay the small
ajarie. should the eovernment of Panama, by compelling
them to pay wages they cannot afford, prevent these firms from
continuing in business, as Peron did with small businessmen
The labor movement in the U.S. weathered some tremen tremendous
dous tremendous fights In its efforts to better the lot of the working class.
It took years. Manv lives were lost. The working conditions U.S.
employes enjov today have been won with determination, cour courage
age courage anrf 'tyood. They were not handouts from monopolist In Industrialists.
dustrialists. Industrialists. When labor is well organized in Panama it will be in a
position to demand similar advantaees to thoe enloyed by the
worVer If the unions here are prepared to make compara comparable
ble comparable sacrifices.
The U S. labor movement could helo by seelne that the U.S.
sets a ""od examnle of democracy in action by living Up to all
its obligations under the treaty.
BARCELONA, Spain Freshly' frem birth to communion to mar
I 'suppose, as witn au cnuoren,
there must "' be n occasional
smack administered to the behind,
and 4he phrase, "Ay, que mat
chico," is common but one that
a naughty-kid is generally ren rendered
dered rendered with beaming pride. All 1
can say is I never saw a Spanish
kid raising a tantrum in public
it has just occurred, to me thai
.Spain is the oniyjcpuny 1 know
well that has ntf real problem of
juvenUe ueunqueflcy. And 1 am
vt loss. to, explain s. s
especially in' the
, mere are impov-
But ooverty uoe3
the local is suspended, If there it
no audit after six months, the loc local's
al's local's eharter can .M3rpked.
There will be mighty little pet petty
ty petty cash for playtime' at the bak
ers convention. The constitution
provides each delegate with ex
actly $15 per day plus first class Sou ui ox spam,
air transportation, am you ve goi erishea areas
to attend those convention
from the first to the
get your money
After all this, should a financial ter. codl'm'i.summer., There tw i- there must bsome infiredien
officer -not be re-elected or shoV.d' ranges to. pick and fish, in the t here that escapes us in .Ameiicai.
baking on hlsown there must I
be in immediate audit of all his) i win exclude gypsies-from this
records. The new Bakers' Union over-all .nicture' because ; gypsies
doesn't want to discover any miss-are much the same everywhere
sntion sessions not seem- to press so" vneavijy Nor have I, ever known onej to
last day,, to where theJsun shuies. And. a caye contest parental authority in t oil
' I can be; Cb'mfoftaijiy wkjti"Vn- out..dt;mif)' pn J
mg dough six months later after
the matters are too stale to go uito.
This is .a long constitution, out
you can t hit the highlights with
out noting that.lt prohibits a can cancerous
cerous cancerous thing called "work per
mils," In some other national u-
nions the work permit system us
worth its weight in uranium.
This is the system under which
new workers are not permitted to
become union members. They get
work permits' -for a day or' a
week. For such permits they
must pay anywhere from one
dollar to $100. Such funds are ea easily
sily easily looted, but not in the new
Bankers' Union. You're either a
member with full rights or- you're
not. There are no work permits at
all. You earn your daily bread
without paying tribute to some pocket-filling
business agent. ;
Governing this union is the
worio a most democratic ana u-
nique executive board of 18 mem
bers. Ten of them must be rank
and-filers who don't earn a cent
from the international union itself.
The ten are made up of two bak
ers from each of five districts a
cross the U.S. and no two can
come from the same local union,
Machinery for their- election was
started the other day. When cho
sen they'll be able to out-vote the
other eight members consistme
of the national president and his
paid colleagues. The secret bal
lots, as in all Bakers' elections,
will be sealed And kept for six
months, lust in case....
It cost the AFL-CIO just $100,000
to fight the old outfit and launch
this new Bakery Union. Now Isn't
this a sweet dish to set before the
McClellan Committee as proof that
it can be done. Recipe, anybody?
'i 1 1 listened to Gen. RVgel- Gslther give his Veteran's : Day
toeech and mv mv how we can twist -words to snow the public."
-'He said Tedy Foosevrit Jr. died In action. He died allrleht.
But he wasn't in action at the time, and he died of a heart
v First Division Historian
Why does the Panama Canal allow the posting of leftist
literature on tbe bulletin boards lri the CivlV Affair bulldin"?
Some pinko In the building must want the UJ5, to withdraw its
support from Formosa in order that Communist. China can take
ovef. Clever, and the average American is too stuplrt to see It.
For the Best
in tiewi Mid entertainment
440 PANAMA 1090 COLON
.I. i i i ii i'i ,i i I.
prone 'to Utters and; icoiiuul of
uon oi. gypsies vug LWKy'muf
that 1 Sav vefeh mfmup
lih child; nor : a dirty ia nish
home, -no matter how humble.
Clothes may someumes oe paicn-
ed but always they are oiean
Again excepting lieuyie wnu
heave coal and such like for. a liv
ingand they go home-and: wash
up when -tne worx s aone-rtne
Spanish child, 'ftespeciJlyfe 1
know him in Castile and Catalo
nia, is a mnd M marvel, never
have l seen a ruoe one wever
have I seen' one in direct antago
nism to a parent.
Nor have I' seen 'jealousy be
tween brother: nd? brother lister
and sister. This tends to conflict
with the American way because
there are no progressively reared
children here. And while I have
not checked the directory, I ima
gine a child psychologist would
starve on it.
By all accounts the Spanish
child should be spoiled rotten.
and isn't. The child is the abso
lute center. of. the family, the ob object
ject object of adoration by the grand.
parents and aunts and uncles as
well as the parents. The child as assumes
sumes assumes tremendous Importance
because Spanish parents will : go
without food :and .clothes, if nc
essary, W see that little Juanuo
or Maria is cleanly, decently, and
almost always pridefully clad;
I can think : of, no ;nieer. ilglit
than a fcSunday morning fte:
ohurch wben ;eVMreets- M
sirla are ai stiffly starched o;
frilled as dolls, and the. berjbbori-.
ed pigtails would average out
within a few hairs of each other.
'ineu" ears, which have been
pierced nce. just alter birta,
shuie -with tiny gold earrings.
They look like little ladies in min miniature.
iature. miniature. And their- brothers have
been scruboed rosy raw and brush brushed
ed brushed until their icaips ache.
It Js inconceivable that ; they
wouldxgrow up to wield zip guns
and hang about street corners.
One mark of the soudanty oi
the Spanish home, which may re
flprt nn thp, hphavinr nl the kifii.
is' that the Spanish couple gener
ally strolls with the man s band
geQtlvb.Uttdd'-OB. his wife's
snouideri and in, some cases with
arms around each other's waists.
Also, tremendous respect and rev
erence is generally shown toward
ed had it not been, for series of
American snafus, plus I-the -'current
; policy of making ': our good
neighbors backyard is. playmates.
Here ate the U.S. .snafus i which
helped Moscow -1 V V
: Snalo No 1 "'earned during the
Argentina -election. when the. .State
Department took no pains to bide
its preference for-andidate Rican
do Balbin oi the Radical IX Civic
Union Party's right wine He-had
utue cnance to win, but the ute
Department didn't like Arturo
Frondizi because he was' openly
wooing ierpn votes.- -.t
Frondizi won lif'a 1aridslidiC
Snafu HtiV came: 'when-Trofld
zi was inaugurated. To heal oast
wounds, secretary M State John
Foster Dulles arranged that vice
President Richard M. Nixon in
clude Argentina in his Latin A
mencan tour. But in Buenos Ai
res, Nixon didn't gauge his time
accurately. He got caught in a
traffic jam, shook hands with too
many people, arrived at the inau
guratlon after the swearing-in ce
emony was over. Argentine -U.S.
relations were not thawed.
Snafu No. 3 took : nlace when
assistant Secretary of State Royfi
Kurjottom, a good man, went 'to
Buenos Aire for another try, at
warming things up. m suggested
to president Frondizi that u.s
firms help develop Argentina's
laggard petroleum industry.
; JAYC EES COMBAT HATI
Here ii "i me'ssase' whlrh thm
Junior Chamber of Commerce in
Coffeyville. Kans..: sent to the : ei.
tizens of Clinton. Tenn.. after
their school was .blows up t by -hatemongers;
"Greetincs From tha 16& ffan.
dom-loving American: Jaycees of
Coffeyville. Kans. to -the citizeni
of Clinton, Tenn.; Jbe 200 friend-
shin bricks the enclosed check
represents will replace only
small portion of the -nubile ichnnt
building destroyed by the wanton
Hitnerite tactics -of psychopathic
fanatics, but we hone to start an
avalanche of contributions to eiva 1
you-new faith that the Majority
ui cujjic m uieae umiea states
believe that government should t
of laws rather than men.
Jt; saiv; thinkvof no iexpanatioa ex except
cept except wai ithew leSfew? homes
broken. bydivoTce," since, there- is
hoeasy divorce m Spain. There
most' be 'some hookup, as with the
transplanted Chinese, between
family solidarity and well-raised
kids; The Chinese, even in New
York, have managed almost to
totally avoid juvenile delinquency
,.Nolmattef what the answer, it
"Just, a; pleasure5 to 'stroll at night
Without worrying about being mug mugged,
ged, mugged, and a delight to see family
evidence of sheer joy in children,
and, very much vice versa.
Frondizi countered by asking for
an Export-Import Bank loan for
oil equipment, so Argentina could
do its own developing. He want
ed a straight business loan with
no strings attached.
Rubottom, however, had strings
attached to his own power to nee
otiate. For Dulles has made tt
definite Eisenhower administration
policy that no U.S, money Shall
be loaned to any1 Latin-Anierican
government which might compete
with American oil companies. This
has griped Mexico, Brazil, Argen Argentina,
tina, Argentina, But it has been firm Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower policy.
Dulles has been accused .of a a-dbpting
dbpting a-dbpting tMs'idliey: to hdp;A Sia'nJ
dard C.J$wbh-'- eompany
the. Dulles law" firm "flas" long re represented.
presented. represented. "',' : -'
Others have accused such men
as; ex-underBecretaryHerbert Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover Jr., an oilman, and Undersec Undersecretary
retary Undersecretary of state Christian Herter,
whose wife is an oil millionaires,
of favoring the big oil companies.
The accusations maybe f unfair;
but the fact that the State Depart Department
ment Department has stuck doggedly to this
policy has made' Latin Americans
believe them. v v
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CENTRA L AMI R I C A'S
IIADINO J IVE LLIR5
Across The Chase Manhattan Bank
"There can be no excuse for tha tha-aeplorable
aeplorable tha-aeplorable acts of violence suffer.
ed by your community. .it is re
grettable that President Eisenhow.
er did not Pin vmir rnr(int.
atives whe4 they tried 'to sea
him. But the Jaycees of Coffev
ville hope that fellow Jaycees fl flyer
yer flyer the nation recognize and sup-
on your neea ior lunos, and that
ie nation's millions of artinoi
children are given a practical les
sou-in basic Americanism by w w-forming
forming w-forming them fufly of this trace.
dy.;. v : f mIZ
f'Our children should egard it
ai a raf privilege to particlpato
and contribute (o truly Ameri.
can. cause." yi
; : SACKSTAGE WltH,THi'
'Vli4usittyr;if':'ioCB embas embassies
sies embassies except. Nationalist China China-were
were China-were secretly pleased at the re results
sults results of jhe recent election's. ?
, Most of the ambassadors report reported
ed reported to, their governments that the
United .State will j nowvbecome
more responsible in dealing with
ioreign countries, One West ;Eu-
rupeA,.amDassaoor, predicted the
Democrata .will clip the wingsVo!
Dulles and make, him tone' down
his brinkmanship, statements.', 1
However;. Georg ,YehB ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador of Nationalist China, was ve very,!
ry,! very,! gloomyspartioulrly tj Ot de-
feat of, Senator 5foiowUndiEth.fj.
called senator vf rem-' Formosa."
Yeh flgure this nuy.be the end
of au Senate support for Chiang
FRIDAT, TTOTEMBER 14." 1951
TEX rANAMA AMERICA iftSfiFTRDENT DAILY fTEWS? APXB
Dr. Frank B. Bernr. ,l who -will
sddress the Canal Zone College
Uud slits Theodore Roosevelt Cen
tennial luncheon tomorrow at the
Tivoli, has had a distinguished
eareer inthe private practice of
meoicine ;- ana. in U. S. Govern
ment servce. o
f- Berry has served at assistant
secretary otvDefensehealth and
medicine; since, 1954. He will arrive
ESSAY WINNERS Flanked by the Roosevelt Essay Award winners of Balboa High Schoot
is Maurice H Thatcher; onily surviving member of the old Isthmian Canal commission.
Thatcher, was on hand to make tha presentations to- the students during the -Veterans Day
ceremonies held at Balboa Stadium. From left to right are, Dorothy Strumpf (second place
winner), Thatcher, Jane Shanard (third, place) and Arthur OXeary who took first place medal,
r Wi'.'.vw.v '..n-i ,J h ''. (U.S. Army Photo)
Tunisians Resent 'Conditions Of Wesh
Decide To Do Weapon-Shopping Elsewhere
f CoIIeg e Club Has Pro minent Sp ealceri
For Fall Luncheon Meetmg Tomorrow
TUNIS (UPI) Tunisian PresMmpose "conditions derogatory to
fj. I. 'WW J IJU. II
ont Hahih Boureuiba. a long
time-friend of the West, said
yesterday he had decided to seekn
arms' '. from Communist and neu-
tral countries-, because- of condi conditions
tions conditions imposed i by--thH (United
States and Britain.
Bourguiba, in a radio speech,
seored the West for its stand on
proposed Anglo-American arms
deliveries to Tunisia.
ThV. Tuni4an; leader, said, how however,
ever, however, that his .action did hot mean
that Tunisia was' switching to
"jjositive neutrality," presumably
reference to the ': United Arab
Republic, wim which Tunisia re:
cently severed relations. He add added
ed added that it was not, too late for
the West 'to revise its attitude."
Bourguiba said his government
bad sent requests to Ciechoslo Ciechoslo-vakla,,,';
vakla,,,'; Ciechoslo-vakla,,,'; Jugoslavia arid Finland
' to mf the arms we need." Al Al-1
1 Al-1 though1 he -' specifically mentioned
' Finland '" n his speech, and offi official
cial official i joverament .spokesman said
later that11, the presiden kadi
"meant to say Sweden .!
Bourculba anoirentlr Wat re
""ferrine -t reoorts 'that-th United
Stater) and Britain nho!;: aireed.to
wna airms to xamsia' owy on con con-.
. con-. dition that 'such shipments have
the prior -approval of tha French
r Both the United States and Brit
ain have denied the existence of
anv such Pans veto condition.
'(AJ SStatiiti Department
spokesman :TaTd lifPashiington
taat France bad no con
trol over negotiations between
Washington and Tunis, adding,
"the United States is askine no
conditions be accepted other titan
those required by U.S. law. )
(In i London" yesterday, a For
cign : Office spokesman said i the
- British Embassy : in Tunis still
was in contact with Boursulba't
' government, oyer the jale of arms
: and stressed 'Britain would not
Deaf Muls Brothers
In Electric Chair
! COLUMBUS, Ohio ?UFi-Two
' brothers will die in the electric
chair today, unless theyet ,a
reprieve,, in what is belteyed
would be the first executions of
deaf mutes in Ohio history.
Bert, 17, and Joseph Buza, 21,
; convicted of lirst degree murder
in ,-the stabbing of an elderly gas
1 atation- owner, waited in death
row -while their, family nd coun counsel
sel counsel sought A clemency decision
irom uov. u wuuam j u iNem,
The two Tiave occupied side-by.
, 'cide' cells in Ohio penitentiary
for one year, iney were convict
d by a'v Belmont ? County jury
Nov.-15, 1957' and began their
sentence one day later.
If .clemency is denied, the bro
thersvdeath will mark Ohio's sec
ond double' execution of the year,'
and jecond u the last 13 years
.Warden Ralph W. ALvis said
that ta the best, of his knowledge
they are the lirst deaf persons
cver'placed in Phio's death row.
, Defense attorneys? have urged
that t the brothers, convicted of
i the slaving of Jars.-' JMarasreti
JDenham, i 76,' on April'1 10, 1957 J
should receive1 only lue sentences)
on me oasis or tneir flisaomty.
This view is also .taken by Dr.
Edward Abernatfay, superintends
ent of the i Ohio deaf school.
Thit brnthftrx. althntieh wftll-fWi
baved, lead an uneventful : xis4
tence. Soma prison religious offiJ
cials feel the. Buzas. are unawajee
"what it's all "about"
The -' brothers, who "left -i the
stale school for the deaf wheat
Bert was in the fifth and JosepM
i the seventh grade, find little!
use, for radio or books, the few
activities available death row
inmates. ?C ;JV. V
, i5ecau.te -of' tneir Bearing cmi-J
the past two months has i beeml
provided by Father Bernard Mc
CIory,pastor of Holy Rosary Ro Ro-inanA
inanA Ro-inanA Catholic ''Church here. 1 who
knows sign language. He will ac accompany
company accompany thenv to the death house
for -final prayers should -their ap appeal
peal appeal -be denied.
In his broadcast speech Bour
guiba -denied, that Tunisia had re refused
fused refused to ., accept Anglo-American
arms because ".we have not re
' "We have decided entirely free free-ly
ly free-ly to look for arms where we can
find them, and not only from the
Western countries, but from all
tne countries who want to sell
tnem to us,'! Bourguiba said.
- Such, other, countries, he aattf.
;Wuld not consider Tunisia as be being
ing being dependent on the French zone
of influence n attitude he imi
Villus n I 1 J 1 tl n i
v"cu was ueiu oy u.a. na ent ent-ish
ish ent-ish officials.
"We are ready to accept all of-
icrs irom aoroaa," Bourguiba
added and then listed the specific
nations approached. "We hope
that the step we have takn will
permit the frea worM
its .attitude because it is not too
"We sumhr want in srt nma.
what away and disenatro nnr.
selves, a little so We can consider
things better," he said, v
Only .last month, in announclna1
-S Wrilti&m with Cairo,
Bourgiiiban tad. pledged, that "I
am, Western, and will remain, so.'l
A year ago, Tunisia received a
shipment of 500 rifles and 500,000
rounds of ammunition from the
United States, At the same time
it received a British delivery of
350 machine guns and 70 Bren
guns, plus ammunition.
Last spring Tunisia accepted an
arms shipment from Egypt, that
was reported to- include some
Bourguiba said he had told the
United States and Britain that
20,000 men, armed and motor motorized
ized motorized according to modern tech-
ni3ues.wee necessary to guaran-
tee peace and guard our iron
ai present, Tunisia': army
numoers an esumatea 3,000 men,
less than half the size of the Al
gerian rebel forces who are said
to receive training and rest
leaves on Tunisian soil,
AWARD WINNER JhooJ
Benjamin, 28, a, technologist at
woitpr Reed Army Institute- of
Research in Washington,, D.C,
is the only Qmanamonif Ave
civilians to receive; exceptional
vilian e r v i e e decorations
from Army Secretary WillianW
Brucker. She deveiopea m
m.thni to Identify radiattoai
victims after mass stomie-aiH
tack io speed treatoignfc J
PLAYFUL A handbag with
split personality made its .ap
pearance at the International
Leather Fair in Offenbach,
Germany. A tiny chessboard is
mounted n its cover. And' it
really works. The chess pieces,
are plugged into slots.
here late toeay tf military plane
irom Washington, D. c. with oth
er promiitfnt- officials and guests
coming for tpe Roosevelt Centen Centennial
nial Centennial observance. w
The College :iub members and
weir niesU jwill also hear a talk
by Mrs. Maurice Hi Thatcher, wife
of tne only living isthmian Canal
Commission- member. She lived
in the Zone during; the years her
husband -wis.a member of the"
ICC ahd'JlSts visited the Isthmus
on numerous occasions since.
Tha r assistant ; secretary of De
fense,: Is ,-weH. acquainted with the
isunnus. iie was nere on an oin-cial-4(isit
wiiKs'a group of Depart-
VMsatvf vif 'Tin f ant Afstialn tnnnanr.
ed with Its Imidical evice ihniit
two years. .agCi During that trip
he lnspectecr tne principal medical
installations in the Canal Zone.
Berry, iWasbdfn, n Dorchester.
Mass.wand '.was educated at Har-
vardreiYihf his bachelor's dl j
erae' hi 1937. He served with the
Army "Medical Corps during the
first World War and continued ser service
vice service In the Reserve Corps there
after, until the retired with the
ranfctaf brigadier general in 1046
after "lout Ayer of World War II
sevice,,-, '. i'. -
"Berr. Served fA inv f Hi
larger -.hospitals of t'Bosfon and
ew xorsr-netween tne two World
Wars. Hr" is one of ''the -leading
consuitanis in surgery; m'the Unit United
ed United Statecand is a member or of
ficer 0f5 many national rganiza
-'jimj'ji m aiuiome-orme a men-
can Boards tof Streerv. a fellow
JjbH thet' American- College of Sur
geons, and a trustee of the New
Yore Academy of Medicine.
The College Club's Roosevelt Ceil
tennial luncheon is scheduled to
oegm at 12:15 p.m. Berry is to
speak between 12:30 and 1 p.m.
The Armed Forces Radio will ree-
lord the address and broadcast It
over urn radio later mat day.
rmgwa in piLUUft i ;-.
1 1953 1957 195!
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MK. AND MRS. KENNETH MANTHpRNE
AfTERNOON NUPTIALS UNITE MISS DOROTHY COTTON
AND KENNETH MANTHORNE AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
la four o'clock nuptial service Saturday in tjie Firit
JJaptist Church in Balboa Heights, Miss Dorothy Cotton,
Slaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Coton,, of Balboa, became
no bride of Kenneth L. Manthorne, son of Mr. and Mrs,
Colborne Manthorne of Detroit, Mich.
White liUles and gladioli arranged with greenery, formed
ft background for the double-ring service, which was read
by Rev. William H. Beeby.
! j The soloist," Mrs. Robert Chapman, sanr,, "Because" and
TTveaaing rrayor, accumpaniea ai Miftrwin Hjr
THE VOICE OF
ibyt Dorothy Killgqllen
Th hrw eivpn in marriage by
her tatner, wore a fitted gown of
u,hii. i fi onioned is medalfcen
design with ballerina lengia
7 ,. tl 1 U .'mil fl'J D.
akin, iter nngerup c"
7 j ...II heariniece
caaea -rvm ""if, r
M.irhintf bar eown. Sat carried I
wh:.e Biole topped with orchids.
Tiny sprays or naoy oreui ww
entwined in the ribbons.
tu. krM.', kis,r miss Naficy
Co-ton, served as maid of hoaor
Md wore a gown o. jcuuw
eyeiei. ane carried a bouquet ol
btue nyorangeas caugni wh yel yel-luw
luw yel-luw ribbons. J...-M
H..-S. ooi those -or her daught-
..rtf,,n iiresi of tuue silk
v in a m itt dins na. ana a corsage
M ulaK anu muwai
...MMMin urAral la
moiner ol uie riwnm "", "",-bock
bock "",-bock ot ottwersweei :do
... .,ib with accessories in tne
"shade. Her corsage
was identical to taai, ot Mrs. t-
The maternal grandmother of
the briae, Mrs. Lut e WertZ, wore
B lavendat dress with matehing
orK. ;w n.Matrom of Fort
r ii i w w .
.-....- .o.oH as besL man and
the usher were--
brother oi the brito. nd hp.
Donald Messier of Fort Amador.
Many of the Fort Amador serv servicemen
icemen servicemen w;th whom the bridegroom
served until recently were seated
in the church near his mother.
After the ceremony, a recep ion
was he d in the -church parlor,
Reeder Hall. Miss Mane Wertz,
cousin of the bride, was in charge
of the bride's book. The wedding
cake was served by Mrs. George
Wertz, the bride's book. The wed wedding
ding wedding cake was served by Mrs.
George Wertz, the bride's aunt.
Mrs. Donald Bray ton ud Mrs.
Fred Wertz, also aunts of the
bride, presided at the punch bowl.
The newlyweds are spent a few
days at Santa CUra before leav leaving
ing leaving for Windsor, Ontario, where
they will establish their home on
Riverside Drive. For traveling the
bride chose a red wool dress with
a black coat and matcningv acces accessories.
sories. accessories. x
The bride was graduated from
Balboa H eh School and Kelsey
Jenny Business College in San
Diego. She has been employed for
the past year with the engineer engineering
ing engineering division of the Panama Canal
Mr. Manthorne is a graduate ef
MIS MIDNfGHrf NOTIBOQK:
Marie McDonald's best beaund
new manager, George Capri prov
ed himsell an expert at handling
women at Romeo Salta'i the other
night when they had a big battle
and she stalked out. Capri remain.
ed calm, waited until a telephonte
-oil r.m thrnuph. and shortly
thereafter was rejoined by Marie
-it I smiles again, -j Montgomery
Cliit is still dating tibby Homan
. .Band-leader Woody; Herman;
has decided to catier h the tastes
of the Beat Genera tlon padding
poetry read'ngs to hU jaza sessions
when he opens at' the Roundtable,
He'll use f unoublishe'd -erse by;
neW talents; .Petw-'-vlertei, tag.
ged ,s Deborah Kerr? next nuv
band, ia having, more than a spot
m tmnhi pnminif to a satisfactory
community1 property;1 agreement
wim ms prescn'
dishes? Joel Noble,! whh'U be sees
Hninv hla human tnrpn an on a
Sullivan's next showis opening
t fire-eating school in uanem, .
Sid Caesar's successful. .spectscul .spectscul-ir
ir .spectscul-ir ha a thn network brass huddlins
again about a possib'e new. series
tor nun. ne s sua we pev m,
higher echelon: it s nis sponsor
troubles that have given them
Rrifflttit Bardot'x mother is a
disappointed author. American pub
Ushers have been cold-shouldering
offers of U.S. rights to her bio-
grapny ot b.h. .Appropriately e
nniich. thre' Rovrr and a Bust
er among the backstage crew of
the Broadway show( "Man in a
Dog Suit". .Princess Pallavicini's
ball in her famous palace Dec. 9
i t r n. i
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Pershing High School in Detroit
and attended the Detroit Business
Institute and Wayne State Univer Univer-aitv
aitv Univer-aitv thora Ha ia emnloved in the
offices of the Michigan-Wisconsin
Pipeline Company in Detroit.
Construction Day Veterans
Invited To Gatherlng
AU "old timers" of the Cons Construction.
truction. Construction. Days are invited to a
gathering tomorrow afternoon at
five o'clock in Bishop Morris Hall
of the Cathedral of St. Luke in An An-con.
con. An-con. The invitation is extended to
"digging day" veterans of all na nationalities.
tionalities. nationalities. Canal Zone Gov. W. E. Potterr
and a group of distinguished vir
it nr ara avnactM to attend the
gathering to pay tribute to Theo
dore Kooseveit ana to me men
who worked on the Canal cons.
A film on "Theodore Roosevelt,
American" will be shown, and re refreshments
freshments refreshments served.
HENDON. Eneland (UPI)-Da-
vid Lalor didn't know what a
bargain he got when he pur purchased
chased purchased an old car for 10 cents
last week at a dealer's giveaway
sale. Cleaning the car yesterday,
Lalar found eight cents, inside it.
in 'honor '& the debut of her
aaughitr .Camilla; bids fair to be
tne party of the year, w.th guests
corninc to Rome from seven con
tinents to attend. The soiree will
cause such talk that : some Ita Italians
lians Italians who are not in the chic Prin
cess good graces are planning to
leave the capital before they have
to admit tney weren't invited. invited.-v.
v. invited.-v. Everyone returning from Paris
talks about Ingrid Bergman's new newfound
found newfound happiness. They, say 'she
isn't missing. any of the good par parties,
ties, parties, and proves witty .and amusing
at ail nf .thm '. :..
Gotham's newest fall-in spot for
debautantes and their, daies- a
saloon on E. 58th-St. V- is still
abuzi with the gory details of ; a
recent brawl. U started when a
vminff phirk ahnwart har aversion
it i barJy'i jemarks by conking
him with the nearest bottle.
- He's still Jn the hospital. .Judy
Holiiday's back snapped out ot
joint tne q.ber evening while she
uraa rinns'ii.nini-t lien in "Bells
Are. Kmguig.,;' ine : unisneo )
performance in great pain and
literally had to be earned to her
dressing room after the curtain
Harry Tsakis, co-owner of Eden
Roc, has a. 14-year-old daughter,
Hirniri wnn Dives nromise ut be
ing one of the nation's great tennis
champions in a' couple ot years.
The experts are flippipg over her
already. .One of) the bis chewt
ing gum, companies is considering
a new multi-million dollar cam'
Dai en to nromote the idea that
rhawins ffumn helDa you. concen
trate, while driving an automobile
and therefore con.rioutes to saier
Memo to Princess Margaret: A
new record is titled "The Peter
Townsend Cha Cha". .Tne owner
nf a famo,i New York cellar cafe
became angry with one of his best
friends the other nignt ana De De-h
h De-h avert the wav Ted Williams does
in the halt narks iust before Set
ting fined. .Hipsters with good
ears will recognize tne piano piay piay-incr
incr piay-incr nn .Inhn Mandel's album of the
score from the Susan Hwayward
f irker. I want to uve. ine
ivnrips were caressed bv umistaK
able fingers of Andre Previn, but
they're keeping it a Dig secret
rwll thev tried.
Jimmy Ryan, owner of the 52d
St. swing apot, has been getting
long-distance calls from Camille
Williamo Flphhip Rpvnolds' DreftV
laorctarv. He'll nrobablv he escort
in-chief when Debbie and Camille
come East to see some mays.
nt 1... J., TU.l Cn.i&t-.
famous lasi wuiu. iu
and his comedy platoon have ja ja-greed
greed ja-greed to "keep an eye on each
other" during their engagement an
Las VegaXTand discourage any
meiiiber of fte tfoupe whff strays
toward the gamb'ing tables. Most
of them lost qui a bundle last
time th'ey were there. ."Diver ."Diversions,"
sions," ."Diversions," the new musical entertain entertainment
ment entertainment at the Downtown Theatre,
boasts a vital young performer
who seems to be on her way to
stardomi in .hurry. She's Nancy
Dussaulti and she can sing, dance
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NIA Service
North and South vulnerable
West North East Saath
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Pan 4V Pm 4 4
Pais S Double W
Pass Pass Pass
Answer to Previous Puzzle
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g rodder pit
I March hare
J plant ;
11 Sacred image
IT for offlce
i 21 Number
r; deliverers h,
7 Horse's gait
I Befinning ,-9
. Steeps k
I A WolfhOfind
of minds H dong y
. iKOnrhafrs ;j
( 20 Lukewarm t
25 Italian rim
II "'II I 11 1 v
27 Meaiurei of" JS Escorts
21 the'"' 45 Trace'
... purpose -" 44 Moist ; ; ;
JO Keats, for ,47 Toward the
insunce sheltered side
21 and Navy 41 Cry M
22 British' bacchanals
gentlewomen 0 Guarun s
II Afternoon i-
40 Agree "i parties.-''
41 Suffixes nt '. S2 AdvantaCM
acUon 53 Legal matters
Today's'' hand ii' an ramnla ef
a : peneci swinaie. ine perpetra perpetrator
tor perpetrator of the crime was my old
friend, Harry: Fishbein,. .one of
the : really' great players of all
Harrv started "toroceedines bv
hit weak 1umn overcall of two
spades. This bid failed to slow
up the opponents and two rounds
later North bid five clubs, to
show the ace of that auit.
At this Doint Harrv nernerated
his. swindle. He. doubled I
This didn't keep South from
crAinff tn civ lioapts hut it uro
kept him from making it. West
openea tne 1 lour or ciuds ana
South went right up with dum
my's ace. He was sure that
Haity's double showed several
clubs to the king and was afraid
oi a run. aiso, ne smi naa tne
trumn finesse to fall
nln tha ehanra that
lead was- a singleton in which
i 22 Exchanges
; 24 City
1 26 Encroach
' IS Wander
! 39 fore
i rainy day
1 41 Eye affliction
44 Month (sb.)
4 don t
49 Poetry muse
S4 Valued too v
58 Mai de
57 rat all
8 rootlike cart
61 and tell
cTT-' rr ft-r-
Elj M l I I Frrn
back obIbY MRS. MURIEL LAWIRINCI
Al.. .IllL I .. "I .. !.'.. ..
vm iu8ici.uii ta wuitu "our aaugnier .wno jusi wrneu
esse he could eventually discard 14 has started 'gotog steady;'
two clubs nn dummv'a rfimnnH :u v.. t ,!(.. U
and maybe wind up with some p. we don't" particularly like
8 v ; 8HeeM- iU, him and feel she's too young for
Neutrally, none of th is came kind of relaUonship: Her fath fath-up.
up. fath-up. West made both his kings er wants to send her to boarding boarding-and
and boarding-and Harry had put over a bid ichooi t0 brMk jt up. Somehow 1
that Larceny Lou himself would feei that this would be a mistake,
have been proud of. What do you think?""
1 t. I.' T 11.1-1.
uenerauy speaauig 1 uuua. n a
as risky to .try to organize a
child's friendships for him as it
is to manage his digestion.
Not that I'm for "steady" dat-
hing by young adolescents. I'm
not. But we parents ourselves
have asked for, his distasteful
We are the neome who bouaht
the idea that "group adjustment"
is the big test of a child's value,
Of Miiirte we are. Than whit
happened was that we" found our
cities': and 'suburbs: weren't com-
in a (in .w?tti3!.'ffrmmt" tA whieh
Pattyfs8dBiiijj uld "adjust."
ff ju "4r A' ief ft aef'Ai'l TM.nitfni'iiiinf
them. We sent Patty and BiUy to
nurserv school croUDS. after-school
groups, summer, camp groups and
any other kind of group we could
dig up in the fond expectation
that "acceptance" bv other chil
dren contained the: answer to all
' Q The bidding has been
North East. Soath West
14 Past 1 4
IN.T. Pus ?,
You. South, hold:
412 VA AQIII 4KJ7I
wnst no you nor
A Bid four elnha. Thli Is
year start ef a eampatan te reaek
4 graiM slamt
TODAY S QUESTION
Youst partner bids four dia
iondi ovar vour four clubs.
What do you, do?
Mil BITIw 1 a tu.f(t th.t ; aa4a ;
them processed- food.i substitutes
Jiv Viewing iot cumouig nayswexs
anI kffara. Klnriftatarf iiuvtla -im
place of the old swimming hole.'
xnow me ining we ve au got iw
remember is that friendship mad
for security purposes are not last
, For children' still grow, despite;
our mistakes. As Mrs. F.t daugh.
ier Decomes assured 01 ner uesir
need of "group acceptance": and
tne Doy wno gets xor ner. k we
interfere, we may delay this de development.
velopment. development. Having' fallen for -thte
"tttf..Antanpa1'1' hnvinaia Wi rant
how walk out on its consequent
;a .-,v-.4-..ttW i
t ',.-" 1 oren coniameQvinej answer w au
rit:l?iy,ba,l?r" TSTwomelthat children
is telling our 14-year-old daugh- themselves new.measu.re their im-
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Ne. I VIA ESPAfU
keeps telling our 14-yehr-old daugh- themselves nowV-measure their f m
ter how nrettv the i anri I'm a. v.. 4u!. tin.
fraid he is going to spoil her. ?t,.t in ..h
"When I tell him" he is going to nftl,irt oraua
portance by this acceptance? Or
mat in eariy aaoiescence xney
steady" dates as
rrisnouia crave sieaoy oaies as
.-5 con"lted security against group disapprov-laughs-
and says, 'It never hurfalai
W JFnow sheV pretty.' ,y i We mustn't blame ourselves for
. Maeiy rigiiHii. tli, artific'al state of affair.
Jr'WWMlTlit.. days of Tom f Sawyer Hunk
first from her father. : : ; trin ( friendshiDs ire over. We'd
rst front her father. ; H Finn friendships re over. We'd
A teen-age girl needs a lot of n.vi ..a to be marvels to stabll-
thatltttf tA racist tha tonintat'nn tn eru
ate aynineuc inenasmpi tor ia
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the combination of the classic freshness of
4711 Eau de Glogne with the enchanting
fragrance of TOSCA Perfume ;
freasciiranpp tn avnr hal'ava
she is something special. -An' ad ad-mirint?
mirint? ad-mirint? fa'hpr ran eiwe her rthat
a ssurance, without s much dnger
inai snewui ever let ms compu
ment. ..Wiake. her nniaite1 -' "'"
! And ?theres; this- ha: remember
It isnt usually the eirl whose
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n Report. iOn Jocahc Eruption On Moon
LONDQ i(UPI) Britfsh-itnlheory that the mala featurei of
tronomers jcoffed j yesterday 3. at.tbe lunar landscape were due to
Soviet report. 'that j Russia jM-;Jropact of meteorites, 4 :
tronomer had photographed a vol" If true,' the" Soviet r e par t
cano erupting on the ipoon. v narked what could be one of the
"Why, it's nonsense," said. Dr." most important moon, discoveries
Reeinald. waterfield. former wes-'of toe century. :
Went of the British Astronomicaljr Both Waterfield and Calvert
n,, ill- would not believe iwged tne, ynited spates id train
,11, : ( -. nJ
Dr. Henry iCalvert,' astronomer
t the London, Science Museum,
said he would not -believe the re report
port report until several other scientists
had confirmed it by their own ob-
The SoVet teooft was
by the 'official Russian-
agency Tass which said Soviet as
tronomer, Nixoiai Kozyrv a a
taken the photograph? Nov. i
using the '50-inch reflector of the
Crimea Astrqphysical Laboratory,
Tass laid Kozyrey. described the
, eruption .as. -. reddish glow i that
grew in intensity after two hours.
Alexander MikhaUoy, chairman
the Astronomical- Council, of the
Soviet Academy of: Sciences, -said
: Its telescopes on the moon In an
I AMai4 4a AnAnV 4-It a tMAa4
, Calvert admitted that the 50-
rnch ; reflector, used by Kozyrev
was powerful enough for such an
observation of the moon.- But he
J pointed out. that the general scl scl-.;..
.;.. scl-.;.. .i ......
made jeatific opinion at present was
ewi tnat the -craters on the moon were
caused by meteorites and not by
volcano; 4 v j v. v.-i'Thia
i'Thia v.-i'Thia business V an eruption
seems nighly unlikely," Calvert
SThe'British 'astronomer said the
moon bad ..been considered to be
; Officials of the U.S. Naval Ob;
semtory-were rouble- to v verify
photograph, disproved the the report by Russian ; scientists
' UNION CHURCH
For manr weeks the Union
' Churches of the Catfal Zone ; have
been enthusiastically aad arduous
ly working on their (plans for 1959.
Large sections of the membership
have been diligently' working and
, planning for months on the cam
wuuun, wicwai. uamy u,, uic
pastor will commission, a group of
visitors wno wiu spena sunaay at at-ternoon
ternoon at-ternoon visiting ihe homes of the
nembcraidpt'AXndief will be
given detailed descriptions of the
church's program" and will have
an opportunity to underwrite the
proposed budget wth their pledg pledges.
es. pledges. Those, who are forced to wor;
on Sunday will be visited later in
the week., In keeping the day's ach
tivitiea the pastor has chosen the
theme for his sermon ,"Gifts That
Countf In the evening the Con Confirmation
firmation Confirmation class will meet at 5 p.m.
and the Youth Fellowship at 6:15
p.m. The -Youth Fellowship pro program
gram program will consist of a panel dis
cussion on the -subject "What
Makes for the Perfect Church?''ama 'the (Jospef Ship," will be
eoreitwjlj eonpludee 'sir 'sir-ermembetcaatrasV
ermembetcaatrasV 'sir-ermembetcaatrasV w1tK-j ic"-tory-
supper. Specif;i;ul6jStj.:at the
affair will be Mr, and Mrs. August
l. uampbeii, xne campbeus win
retire at the end of the month and
leave -for residence in the States.
SundaV 16 fwill be observed as
Stewardship' Sunday. The service
of Morning Worship will be dedi
catory, and many church mem-
Jrs jhay not bave been pre-
sent ai morning service, rnese
calls will be made in. the hours be
tween ?;30 and 4:30 p.m.
'Tne minister s sunject wm be,
'This Grace Also." at the Morn
Harvest Thanksgiving services
will lwgin at 9 a.m. Sunday at the
Wesley church with the Rev. Vic Vic-tor
tor Vic-tor J. Watson leading.
At 3 p.m. The young people will
take over the service and render
a special program. Miss.O. Wat-
tley will give a special message
to youth, and at 7:15. p.m.. Rev.
Watson. vill deliver a harvest mes
sage. .. ,.
On Friday at 8 p.m. a special
of a recent volcanic eruption on
the- moon. -The
U.S. ofCciaW, however, did
no. dispute the report of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Crimean Astrophysics Obsej
vatory. ; ;
: Capt C. G. Christie, Naval Ob Observatory
servatory Observatory superintendent, de described
scribed described A.A. Mikhallov of the So Soviet
viet Soviet : Academy of Sciences
"quite a distinguished astrono astronomer."
mer." astronomer." Mikhallov, according to
Moscow dispatches, said the Cri Crimean
mean Crimean observatory's f i n d i n g s
"demonstrate the r similarity of
moon and earth processes", and
indicate the ned for -new theorie
on the origin of the moon.
: Christie said the -Naval Obser Observatory
vatory Observatory has not been encased in
lunar observations of the type
that would detect a volcanic erup eruption,;
tion,; eruption,; :. ; .
Observatory scientists agreed
with the Russian view that dis discovery
covery discovery of a volcano would cause
the. jettisoning. -of. long-held theo theories
ries theories about the moon a natural
earth satellite up to now regarded
as a dead body.
One scientist at the observatory
said the Russian report was so
contrary to previous ones it "is
very difficult to believe.' How However,
ever, However, he said, "we must hold our
views in reserve until we get the
"We did not see the eruption
and we can't say it did not oc
cur," the scientist said.
; 1 A
staged at Paraiso Gym.. The an
nouncement .will be madein the
song -"'Ship Ahoy" to be interpret-
ed,by the Rev. Allen Wentt
Devotes 2nd Week
To Squad Tactics
The" second week of field trate'
In? at Rio Hato for A Company,
1st Battle-Group, 20th Infantry has
been' devoted to -squad tactics in
preparation for the larger- platoon
training starting Monaay.
During the full six weeks weeks
their annual training, the compa company
ny company will take part in all types of
attack and defense maneuvers
common to the squad, platoon and
This, oast week Capt. Robert S.
McCIenaghan Jr., commanding
officer of the company, led the
troops through squad level tact tactics.
ics. tactics. On Mondav. Tuesdav and
Wednesday, they worked nd
completed tfte Army training
test distributed by the .Depart .Department
ment .Department of tbe.vArmy, to test .tjje
skill of the squad's fire and maji
The tested 'squads then formed
rifle and weapons nplatoon to
train in the problems not common
to the smaller sized units.
Much-of the weapons platoon
training will be conducted at night
using- artificial uiummauoa rounds
wth the 81mm hxortars- The
weapons phase s under the direct
supervision of xirst ueutenant
John H. Fararr Jr." The 81mm
mortar section tests will be held
on November 18 and-19.
Under direction of 1st Lt. Lasrlo
IHoranyi, the rifle platoons will si
mulate -pa troung, attacking under
day and night conditions and with
drawal. On Nov. 24 and 25, 'prior
to thet Thanksgiving holiday, the
rifle platoons will take the Army
training test, with the weapons
platoon playing a supporting role
to the rifle troops during the test.
.Additional training in these
varied tests will prepare the
platoons for. future company level
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Social and Otherwise
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Hl PANAMA AMERICAN Alt INDEPENDENT DAILY fifEWlPAPlR.
Tur Mnoi n MATnurn .Th launehin of America' 111-
fated moon rocket, Pioneer, drew hundreds of "bird watchers"
to the Deacnes near fjape tsnaverai, m. une 01 mem was
Nick Pixar of Orlando, shown ebove huddllna in a blanket to
ward off tbt early mornine cold.
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Yale, Princeton Graduates
Plan Fotaal Luncheen
Graduates of Yale and Prince Princeton
ton Princeton Universities are invited to at attend
tend attend the first annual combined Pa
nam a Yale-Princeton luncheon to
celebrate the T3rd renewal of the
football clastic between the two
The luncheon Is planned for Sat
urday at the Panama Goli Club,
starting at 11:30 a.m. The game
will be heard through the facili
ties of the Armed Forces Radio
Interested alumni should call
Guy M. Newland at Panama 3
4621 or Colon 1952.
Mrs. Shuart And Sens
Are Panama Visiters
Mr. and Mrs. HLImsn Bay of El
Cangrejo have had as their house
guesta this week Mrs. Edmund
Shuart and sons Roger and Ger
ald, of Sussex, N.J.
The Shuarts, former residents.
of Aguadulce, Panama, are leav-i
ing soon to make their home in
was held In the Parish Hall after
the rendition of the Rosary by
.Mans were made for the annual
ChrUtmaa oartv to be held De
cember IS in the Church Hall. No
other December meeting will be
A collection of food and cloth cloth-'ng
'ng cloth-'ng for less fortune' e families will
be made at the Christmas gather gathering.
ing. gathering. (Continued en Page 1)
Hemamada Ctk Partv
Ta Honor Serviceman
All servicemen whose birthdays
are in November will be guests of
honor it a special homemade cake
party Sunday evening at 8.
ine iNovemDer mrtnaay party
will feature refreshment and danc
ing to "hit parade" records.
Altar Rotary Society
Furthers Chrittmat Plant
Mrs. Mary Joyce presided at
the month'y meeting of the St. M M-ry's
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Bids On 14 Items
The U.S. Army Caribbean
Property Disposal Office has is.
sued invitations to bid on 14
items of excess property, all lo located
cated located at IAQS projects or U.S.
Army missions outside of Pana Panama.
ma. Panama. The list includes five Chevrolet
sedans, which are in Venezuela
and El Salvador, a utility truck
In Ecuador and a command
truck in Bolivia, a landing craft
in Venezuela and a utility trail trail-pr
pr trail-pr in Pnhft information on per
sons to contact In order to make
inspection arrangements can be
had by calling the Property Dis Disposal
posal Disposal Office at Corozal.
Sealed bids, which should be
submitted in Quadruplicate, will
be opened at 6 a.m. Nov, 24 at
Building 706, Corozal.
A Henry Wtlcoxon production
starring Yul Brynner sporting a
growth of hair and a moustache
Is among the array of outstand outstanding
ing outstanding films to. be released next
year by Paramount Pictures,
can The 19S0 release of "The
Buccaneer" starring Brynner
and directed by Cecil B. DeMille
was announced here yesterday
by Henry. R Oordon, Pars Pars-mount's
mount's Pars-mount's represntative in Latin
America, at a luncheon offered
at Hotel El Panama by Mario
Ohio, the firm's local represen representatives
tatives representatives for local theater and
newspaper advertising manag managers,
ers, managers, '!;"V"
Gordon prefaced his an announcement
nouncement announcement "by quoting the re reaffirmation
affirmation reaffirmation of faith in the fu future
ture future made recently by Barney
Balaban, president of Para Paramount
mount Paramount Pictures Corp.-
Another of some 20 outstand outstanding
ing outstanding productions scheduled for
release next year Is "Ouns Up."
starring Marlon Brando In his
Illustrating his talk with slides
Oordon also announced the fol
lowing partial list of ItSft Para Paramount
mount Paramount releases: ':
"Tempest," a Dlntt di Lauren Lauren-tie
tie Lauren-tie spectacle, starring silvana
Mangano and van Heflin.
''The Five Pennies,1 with a
"different" Danny Kaye as the
star, 1 ,i
'"'The Black Orchid," "House "Houseboat,'
boat,' "Houseboat,' and "That Kind of Wom Woman,"
an," Woman," featuring Sophia Loren.
"Th Trap," starring Richard
"But Not For Me," with Clark
Gable In the featured rotle.
"Oeishfc Boy." and "Don't Give
Up The Ship," starring Jerry
"Thunder in the Bun,." featur featuring
ing featuring Susan Hayward and Jeff
"The Hangman," featuring
Keynote of Gordon's talk,
which came at the conclusion of
the luncheon was his quote from
Brannan: "the faith of Para Paramount
mount Paramount in the future of the film
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the Chicago Cubs and the Los Ahgele Angels.
State police slid Malcolm White,
48. Drasident of the Chester Cable
Corp.. admitted firing several
shots from a .32 caliber pistol into
Alfred Ougan, a Jersey City. N.J
union representative, on s desert deserted
ed deserted road near here.
Lt. J. J. Micklai of the state
boilca said Whltt waived examina
tion st his arraignment and was
remanded to Orange County jsu
to await a hesring on Dec. 1.
Duflan. 52. of the Independent
Interstate Industrial Union, was
attempting to win over the plant
workers from the international
Brotherhood of Electricsl Work Work-en.
en. Work-en. their currnt representatives.
An unauthorized strike has been
in progress st the firm since Mon-i
day witn piciceu patroung me
Micklas said White told him he
wss fo lowed from the plsnt by
Dugan at he left in his ear Thurs Thursday
day Thursday morning. He said he stopped
on a back road after riding about
a half-mile and stepped from his
car. Be said Dugan stepped from
his own automobile and retched
Into is Docket. White said he
thought Dugan was going to pull
a gun sna opened nre.
Dugan was struck by "several"
slugs," troopers said.
"I guesg I just went berserk,"
White told Micklas. "This thing
has been driving me mad. Dugan
has been hound.ng me all during
the strike," he said. "I just lost
Micklas said White drove back
to his riant after the shooting and
turned himself, in to s deputy
shenff stationed there to keep
peace ilong the picket lines.
"Where's the sheriff? I just shot
Dugan," Micklas quoted White as
Toe Independent union, affili affiliated
ated affiliated with the National Independ Independent
ent Independent Union Council of Jersey City,
began picket ng the Chester plant
after some- of the workers peti petitioned
tioned petitioned the National Labor Rela Relations"
tions" Relations" Board to hold a new bar bargaining
gaining bargaining election v The firm, which
makes electrical wire and cables,
emp'oys about 1T0 workers.
Micklas as d Dugan had "a long
police record in New York and
He, laid. White told him he had
"several Tiharp words" with Du Dugan
gan Dugan during the organising at attempts.
tempts. attempts. "1 hadn't been sleeping
well, "i wnue saia. livis mmg nas
reslly gotten me down."
Defense Dept. Asks Inventors
To Develop Dumb Satellite
WASHINGTON (UP1) Th De Defense
fense Defense Department called on the
'nation's inventors yesterday to de develop
velop develop a "dumb satellite" that acts
like a meteor and an "artificial
electric eel" that can generate el electricity
ectricity electricity under sea watr.
These were among 12 Dew tech
nical nroblems the armed forces
would like v civilian inventors to
solve. The list wss made public
by the Commerce Department's
National Inventors Council, which
funnels useful, ideas to the Pen Pen-tsgon,
tsgon, Pen-tsgon, The council, which holds its an annual
nual annual meeting at Dayton,' Ohio, on
Friday, aaid it wanted to hear
from inventors who had any ideaa
on solving problems involving
everything from freight handling
to space travel.
The electric eel device Should
keep Someone busy for a while.
wnat i tne: pentagon wants is an
outfit that will generate electrici
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cess process which simulates that taking
place in the electric eel." It
would be used to powr repeater
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The department didn't say ex.
actiy what It wanted With a
"dumb .- satellite." Specifications
call for it to trail a "wire or
screen which rts a spatter r.
flector similar to superior natural
meteor trans." presumably, this
would facilitate visual tracking.
Another niA r nrnhUm i
television system that will trans transmit
mit transmit pictures of "DhotaraoHie
quality1' for tracking guided mis.
siles at long range. Pictures pro-
duced bv orcsent ivittma ra tna
fuixy for accuracy.
me government also i looking
for a way to keep space vehicles
from Aurnina ud Hu to. frietinn
when reentering the earth's at.
mospnere. it wants a synthetie
parachute material that -will with withstand
stand withstand temperatures of 600 -degrees
The armed forces didn't forgel
comfort in seeking new ideas.
They wantia "maximum comfort
seat'iforJiaison planes, -that'
large enough to accommodate s
parachute on the pilot's back.
GI'S in the Arctic rpflnm mm.
nine weaiher xtatinnt anri..arl
warning systems, have found it's
tougnt 10 aig noies in frozen
ground. They'd vtlMma .if.
propelled hole-digger that can be
ueuverea oy piane.
Ode of the most pressing needs
is an aircraft fuel safety system
is prevent iires ana explosions
that, nfien tnWnva nlaho nntliu
. . Sr HU'ibtf.
This might be. accomplished by
some cnemicai action to keep the
fuel from exploding or a mech mech-anical
anical mech-anical device to eject the main
parts of the fuel system from the
Also needed are fuel and refuel refuel-lag
lag refuel-lag systems to Increase the flight
range of helicopters and a ma material
terial material to mark runways that will
not burn off under the hot blasts
of jet planes.
The Defense Department is lx.
pending a. good deal of effort 'o
find some way to mak planes,
m'seiles, artillery shells and other
military equipment invisible to
raaar. it.wouia welcome any pri private
vate private help it can get.
- And the Navy still isn't satis satisfied
fied satisfied it can unload cargo ships
fait nMi0h Its nMilo infliiH
light-weight, simple thip-to-shora
unitup system, rania-action oooms
and other improvements. i
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AK INDEPENOrNT DAItY JttWSPAFMt
S oci a I and Ollt
Construction Day Dne
Tonight At Tivofl
The Tlvoll Guest Hause will be
the scene of ft Construction Dy Dy-s
s Dy-s 'or. e open house nd dance this
evening Fesdv.ties will start at
7:30 p.m.,- according b an, an
nouncentent toy Edward A Doolan,
chairman,. r .,?. .
A centennial: event of1 Friday
was coLee given at the livjii
by the local chapter of the Nation National
al National AMociation ot Retired C vil Em Employes.
ployes. Employes. The occailon provided an
opportunity 'for visiting gues s -o
meet retired employe living her.
Among those attending were
Frank Basse, representing the na national
tional national headquarters of the assocU assocU-.on
.on assocU-.on In Washington, D.C.; Fred
DeV. Sill, field vice-president of
the association for this area, mem
beri of the Centennial committee,
csnsi zone ouiciais ana other on
tinguished guests. v
Mrs. Merjen I Analyse, ., j? '
Fruit, Vegetable Arrangement
, The session. Jn flower arrange
tent Monday at the Balboa. YM
CA USO will feature analysis jf
ttudents' arrangements ot f fruits
' Each member of the class it ti
pectea to have an arrangement
prepared by 9:30 a.m. tn order to
give the instructor, Mrs. Fat Mor
gan, ample time or constructive
lack none tor Inthisiea In tbli
- column should he lubmirttd m
I hat-wrirtte fern seal tnattee
the baa niitnber tlsted daily la 'So,'
del and Otherwise," er delivered
bf hshd ) the office. Notices
1 meetings nt asaaetad by
Gem and Mineral Society
Members ot the Canal Zone Gem
and Mineral Society are remind reminded
ed reminded of a business meeting this eve-
nlng at 7:30.
Naval Officers' Wives
The Naval Officers' Wes Club
will have Its November luncheon
Thursday, November 20, at 12:30
g.m. at the Fort Amador Officers'
Guest speaker wili be Col.
Charles O. Bruce, health director
of the Canal Zone. He wi'l speak
on the topic of Theodore Roose Roosevelt's
velt's Roosevelt's health program.
Electrical Workers Union
The regular meeting of Local
397, International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, has been post-
rinftbA tn TnocHnv Nnvfttnhr 1ft
Onrin Burrows, International re.-
'presentaHve fronr-Waibingtwrj' Dus
t C., is expected to attend, and all,
members are urged to be present.
Atlantic Camera CIUt
Mrs. Florence Mallett of the
Diablo Camera Club will present
a program of a Eurooean travel travelogue
ogue travelogue at a meeting of the Atlantic
Camera Ciub Monday evening at
7:45 in the club rooms at Mt; Hope.
The color show presentation wlil
fea ure "The A'plne Countries I I-taly
taly I-taly and Switzerland" and will be
accompanied by a lecture.
Members are reminded to bring
five si des fo" the general color
UJ Offers Russia
Treaty For Ban
On Nuclear Tests
GENEVAfUPlf i The United
States yesterday offered Russia a
package treaty, for an East-West
ban on nuclear testa with a built
in system of control to enforce it
, The document wis handed to
the Soviets ;-U.S;tnbatsad--r
James J. Wadaworth at the eighth
formarsesgion of JLhe bogged-down
Geneva nuclear ban. aaut J.'l
its Purpose Mi ?to break, if
possible, ,the deadlock that has
hsmstruflg the U.S.-British-Rus.
sisn talks 'from the'r beginning
IBM Wl. P. .-wSrt.s1
The Vi. -ft draff treaty, tn es
mce, reaffirmed the consistent
Western stand that fly East East-Weit
Weit East-Weit nuclear tesV ban agreement
must oe equippeo wun a -simultaneous
Following -' subnjisslon of the
draft, the conference recessed for
three days to enable the Russians
to study it.
Russia had submitted a nuclear
ban draft treaty of its own earlier
in the talks. The West turned It
down becsuse the Sovie's de demanded
manded demanded an advance unconidt'onal
pledge to-ban nuclear testing for
U time.' The West has Insisted
throughout that a control system
oe set up first.
The U. S. move coincided with
publication In Moscow of an of official
ficial official Soviet Tsss new sgencv dls dls-patch
patch dls-patch accusing the United States
of stalling In the nuclear ta'k in
order to lead them In'o a "blind
It came at the end of the day
the' saw the Western-Soviet dead deadlock
lock deadlock in both Geneva conferences
become, if anything, lighter than
In the East-West conference on
prevention of surorise attacks, the
Communist bloc lashed out again
at the West In a renewed move to
turn the osr'e.v into a political
The regular meeting of Barber Barbershop
shop Barbershop Quartet member will be
held Monday evening at 7:30 in
the Agewood bohlo. The meeting
will be a farewell event for Otis
Myers, who has served the group
as a "o"ow" and t "lead" durng
the years h has ed on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus He and Mrs. Myer plan (to
make their home in the Slates fol following
lowing following his retirement this month.
Canal Zone Baha'it
The Baha'is of the Canal Zone
'tl meet for regular dlscuslon
classes Sunday morning at 10 in
the Community Building at Curun Curun-du,
du, Curun-du, ;
Seven Children Die
In Fort Wayne Fire
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (UPI)
An oil-fed fire and explosion
roared through a tiny frame home
yesterday trapping and killing
seven cnnciren in tnetr oearoom.
Thr v'c'lms. four, bovs and
three girls aged from 7 weeks to
ll; years -olcM Were' tht son and
daughters of truckdriver George
Gammons, 34, and his wife,' Au Audrey,
drey, Audrey, Si.
The parents threw their eighth
cnud, (jonme sue, t, tnraugn a
window andt hen escaped them themselves
selves themselves before flames enve'oped
their 'wo room home (n southwest
r Flames were shooting 40 feel
into the a'r by the time firemen
arrived and no attempt could be
made to "each the children inside.
The brothers and sis ers who
perished in te flames were
George, 11, Chester, Irene, 7,
Alvls, S. John, 3; Carolyn, 1
and Georgia Ann 7 weeks,
Investigator' ai the blaze ao ao-parent'y
parent'y ao-parent'y started !n the family's
defective oil stove and was fol-'
lowed minutes late by an ex
plosion in a soace hea'er. It was
be'feved the fire's heat tnelted a
tube leading from a tank to the
heater and leaking oil sparked the
EASTBOURNE, England (UPI)
The city medical officer said
today .the only case of food poi poi-son'ng
son'ng poi-son'ng here last year -involved a
party of heal'h officials. They
"Im'-lied In oysters found to be
of doubtful origin," he said.
'M Homemade Sweet Rolls Will
ighten Fall Breakfasts
Li, Amtmmmm J
BY GAlfNQR MADDOX, NEA Food and Markets Editor
Hid fashioned veast-raised break
fast rolls aow get the speed up
treitmn t. Rv cnmbinine active
dry yeast and prepared biscuit
mix, you can maxe regu ar yeasi-
f.lcpri fntU in much If.vs time.
That's good flews lor gDDti breax-
Sweet fereakfast Rolls
One-half cun warm water not
hot105 to lis degrees t .), l
nackase active dry yeast, l egg.
1 tablespoon tugar, 2VSt cups bis
Dissolve yeast in warm, not
hot. water. Add egg, sugar, bis
cult mix and beat vigorously,
Turn out onto surface well ousted
with biscuit mix. Knead until
and fill as directed below. Cover
with a damp cloth. Let rise in
warm place (85 degrees r .) until
double in bulk, about 45 minutes.
Bake at 400 degrees F. about 15
minutes. If desired, frost with
contecttones sugar icing and eec-
orate with Jelly or jam.
tutterfly: Divide dough in half.
Roll each half into a rectangle 6
nches wide and vfc-inch thick.
Brush with margarine or butter.
Sprinkle with a mixture of 1-3
cup sugar, 1 teaspoon Cinnamon
and H cup chopped pecans. Roil
as for jelly roll starting at the
long edge. Slice each roll into
pieces 2 inches wide. Place about
2 Inches apart on greased baking
shee. Just before baking, crease
each slice heavily across the cen
ter with the back of a knife.
Figure S: Cut dough into small
p'eces. With the palms of hands,
roll to form a rope about V4-inch
thick and 8 inches long. Shpe in
to "a twisting excess into spi spirals
rals spirals a' ends of letters.
Double Spiral: Form doush in
to ropes as above and spiral etch
end toward the center.
: Wheels; Rol: dough into a
square 12x12 inches. Brush with
margarine or butier. Sprinkle with
a mixture of 1-3 cup sugar, 1 tea
spoon e nnamon and cup chop
ped pecans, Roll as for jelly roll
Cut into 12 equal slices.
Wins Social Science
Medal Second Time
! NEW' YORK. Nov. 14 (UPf) -Former
President Hoover receiv received
ed received last night for the second time
the National Institute of Social
Sciences gold medal for aiding
his fellow men.
Hoover is the first prson to
be given the gold medal twice. It
was awarded for "distinguished
service -to humanity". He first re received
ceived received it In 1918 for overseeing re
lief operations in Europe. The se second
cond second award was made because he
has continued 'Ho give unstlnting-
ly of yourself and your talents in
devoted service to your fellow
The award was presented by
Franck Pace, former Army Sec
retary and now president of
General Dynamics Corporation.
Medals also were presented to
James R., Killian, Special assist assistant
ant assistant to the President for science
and technology ; Secretary of the
Treasury. Robert B. Anderson and
singer Marian Anderson, a mem member
ber member of the U.S. delegation to t'i
United Nations, They also were
cited for service to humanity.
Pace read a telegram from Pre
sident Elsenhower, congratulating
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Thousands Pay Final
Tribute To Former
Gov. James Curley
BOSTON (UPI) Thousands
paid final tributr yesterday to
former Gov. James Michael Cur Curley
ley Curley lying in state eneath the
golden dome of the Massachusetts
Capitol where one the Dld-t'me
polities' boss served as governor.
The body of Curley, 83, ho
died Wednesday a. tity Hospital
lollowing two operations in one
week, was placed in the historic
Hall of Flags an honor accorded
only two other Massachusetts cit cit-liens.
liens. cit-liens. Doors of the State House were
to rmaln open, around the clock,
unil the tuners) Saturday for the
public's last respects to the old
warrior whosp tnl century in
politics, as governor, mayor and
congressman, may well go down
In state history as the Curley Era.
Mourners saw a full-length view
of the body handsome y attired in
Curley's favori'e garb, a formal
cutaway w!th striped tie and dia diamond
mond diamond stickpin. Rosary beads were
Disced around his folded hands
and on one finger was the only
ring he ever worehis father's
Mrs. Curley, his second wife,
and the two survivors of his nine
children, George and he Rev.
Francis X. Curley, a Jesuit
priest, visited the bier and prayed
oefore the public, led by virtually
every top- political figure in the
stat, filed by.
A solemn high funeral Mass
will be sung Saturday st Holy
Cross Cathedral by Father Curley
and bural will be in the family
plot in Calvary Cemetery in the
Mattapan section of the city.
HOOP REACHING BOTTOM
TOKYO (UPI) The huls noon
craze is reaching bottom. Twenty
hoops were loaded aboard the
Japanese antarctic expedition
ship soya wnen sne left today for
South Pole regions.
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food, spaghetti, meat,
eggs, ealads every everything.
thing. everything. Add Maggl Ketchup to
all your meal and
everybody will be delighted.
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fcdttorr CONRADO SARGEANT
CHS, BHS Grid Finale
To Pack Balboa Stadium
Tonight; Title At Stake
By TREVOR SIMONS
Balboa High School moguls are
nreoarina to handle a full house,
oK a new record for inter inter-silastic
silastic inter-silastic football attendance
when the Tigers from Cristobal
move into Balboa Stadium to do
bake with the Bulldogs for the
1958 football championship.
Followers of Ganal Zone foot football
ball football with many years experience
are finding it difficult, if not im impossible,
possible, impossible, to recall when they have
witnessed so thrilling a battle for
the grid title. Nor can they re remember
member remember when so many unpredict unpredictable
able unpredictable decisions have resulted. Al Already
ready Already the season has produced
t montinn a few. Junior col
lege, listed as hopesss, was badly
beaten only once and that was
thoir final same, a 27 to 6 de-
wnn hv the Bulldogs. They
thrilled the fans
with a scoreless tie against Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal and were the first team on the
Canal Zone to defeat the Athletic
Club and the only ones to do it
when the 1 a 1 1 e r was at top
Balboa High were and still are
favorites to score a repeat cnam cnam-pionship.
pionship. cnam-pionship. They fell victims to a 7
to Q win by the Tigers at Mount
Hope stadium and that game too
had it's unusual aspects. Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, scoring the lone touchdown of
the game on the very first play
from scrimmage were able to
make only one 1st down the rest
of the game, but instead settled
for a great game of defensive ball.
No one could have predicted
that the Tigers would have re remained
mained remained undefeated much less ub ub-scored
scored ub-scored upon in intersholastic
play right down to the final game
of the season; but that's exactly
what they have done. Cristobal's
great defensive ability will be
cause for worry for the Bulldog
nanhes. for a tie in tonight's
game would mean a championship
for the Atlantic Side.
It would mark tha first time
since tackle football that Cristobal
has held the title alone; they
shared the honor once in 1951, in
1951, the last time they were able
to defeat Balboa prior to this
The Bulldogs will take the field
tonight, one touchdown favorites
to successfully defend their title.
The Tigers will fare about evenly
with Balboa on the line, but in the
backfield Phil Cage and Charlie
ir.nh a nair of sure Dets lor
the All Canal Zone squad, give
the defending champs two
throat harks. Case and Frepch
can run, pass and kick with Cage
the Interschool loop in
yards gained rushing and m his
33 yard average per punt.
Th oariv loss of Gary Ness de
prived the Bulldog of one of the
finest complete oacaouo ,y
.rfrin nn the Canal Zone. It IS
L...ih hoiioved that the Bull
dogs would have fared much bet-
ter had tney not iosi uua
uiah School iunior.
Coach Anderson was holding out
hopes midway through the season
that Ness would be ready for this
aeainst Cristobal, but reports
reaching cnstoDat neuuer
firm nr rlonv Mat M Will Ue avail
,hi. tnnipht. At anv rate, if Ness
does return to the line-up, he is
not expected to be in top condi condition
tion condition after a lav-off that started
Aoriv in thp season.
What the Tiger backfield lacks
; oWp thpv make uo for in fiery
oomDetition and none can deny
ti, oot that nnn Humphrey is
Uic lav All
nhA nf all candidates for .All-
C.Z ouarterback. Keith Kuhg leads
the Tiger ground gaining attack
and can be expected to play that
role to the hilt tonignt againsi di-
boa. Cristobal's line pacim ue
and power with' co-captam Russ
. . 11.. 1 r- nnth
plenty of support from two top
contenders for All-CZ honors, Don
Bruce and Irl Sanders.
iirht's ffamp. beeins at 7 0
it. -.nr! frnm that noint onward
until ,the gun. signals .the end ot
the interschool 'football season,
rristnhai and Balboa both are ex
pected to use every power at weir
command from this on there is no
return. A new mark in attendance
is expected to be set that is mere merely
ly merely speculation; what is a known
fact is that this game should be
the topping off of a thrilling sea season
son season withfttoth teams ieidy $ giye
their til towards. 195s gri$ jithe.
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NAMED ARMY COACH
. FORT MONMOUTH, N. J.
(UPD Lt. Mark Binstein, former
West Point basketball star, has
been namedr:s,ketbalK coach at
PACIFIC UTILE LEAGUE
Tomorrow, Saturday morn-r
inj, at 9 o'clbek at the Little
League Stadium, the Pacific
Little League, wiU have the
first of its series of tryouts. If
any boy has not registered, he
may do so Saturday morning.
ARNAV MIXED LEAGUE
. 18 7
: i2 8
: 11 9
El Bandittos, 3 Slaopar 1
Lefty Gomez, Jocko
Hold Baseball Clinics
; NCVI' I:,
VI S -
mtimzmimA fitful J 1
"t S fir
While the league leading Sleep
ers were slumbering, the El Ban'
dittos broke in to tn KoDbe Lanes
and help up the Sleepers for three
points. The Bandits -had a close
call in the second chapter but
they got away with an eight pin
One ot the Bandittos shot his
way out of the scrape, when Sal
Laquidara hit 503 handicap but tne
gun molls Pat Carter and Ginny
Hassler were the bad ones, with
536 and 516. The best defense by
the sleepers was in the form of
Stan Strong s 554, and Ralph Tun-
Rtbals 3 MixMastars 1
The Mixnasters passed up a
golden opportunity in climbing in
to first place, when the Sleepers
were dropping thier games. In Instead
stead Instead they dropped three them-
sieves to the Rebels. Two masters
of the Mixmasters mixed up the
pins for good single games. Wiley
Williamson got himself a 225, and
L. Smith 204. Wiley also got him himself
self himself a 525 scratch series, and his
little woman broke 524 hdep.
Three of the Rebels did them themselves
selves themselves proud, Lou Parker 544,
cuff Parker 527 ana Gene unnKer
Safer Pin 3 Kool Krow 1
VERNON (Lefty) GOMEZ, for former
mer former New York Yankees pitch pitching
ing pitching star, will visit Panama this
JOCKO COLAN, umpire of the
National League, who with
Lefty .Gomez will visit Panama
(l on a good Will totir. :"
Monday morning iff, base
bill clinic will bo conducted at
.the Panama Olympic Stadium for
the bonofi of Isthmian amateur
baseball players; espocialty for
fhoso youngsters playing in tha
LltnV Leagues fit Panama and
the Canal Zone,' by "former mafor
laaaiior Laftv Go mat.
Retired bis lea 800 umpire Jo-
eko Conlan win likewise hold a
tliniclfor- 'umpires An- invitation
to these clinics is extended to au
baseball Tans. r 1
'-'Vernoh "Lefty" Gomez, former
New York Yankees-pitching star,
ana John s: "Jockovi conlan, Na
tional Leagne umpire, will anve
aj the rocumen lnternauonai Air Airport
port Airport at 1:20 p.m. Saturday, on the
final leg of a tour of Central and
South American countries, under
the auspices of the U.S. State De
Both in color. ;and performance,
Gomez ranks ; as truly an all-time
baseball great. For 12 years (1931-
1942), he p'tcned with one of tne
greatest teams in baseball annals,
the New York Yankees, who won
s.re .pamantt:al.to world ser
ies during -that span.
Hazy Grid Bowl Picture
To Be Pulled Into Focus
After Tomorrow's Games
George (Mule)-Haas. Binstein, 24,
also will play for the Signal Corps
By JOHN GRIFFIN
The hazy football bowl picture
should be pulled more sharply, in into
to into focus tomorrow when Louisiana
State and Oklahoma should clinch
invitations and Clemson should
put itself in line for still another
coveted New Year's Day bid.
The odds i makers, apparently
undismayed' by previous sur surprises,
prises, surprises, fiaure these three howl-
hnpfniu as fairlv easy winners
w thmr lnnk for doe-eat -dog bat-
MUv wivj w
i- in ome other games mat
..,;n ooct rnnference titles.
r.nmp.11 and Dartmouth, both
tipd with Princeton for the Ivy
Leaaue, .lead, :Jti,im.W
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The Safety Pins proved them themselves
selves themselves real opportunists, because
when the two top teams were top toppling,
pling, toppling, they pinned their opponents
Kool Krews for three markers.
The Safety Pins fell short in -the
opener by 15 sticks, but after that
the Safety Pins were plenty sharp.
Two Kathys, Sheppard and
Bathhurst walked away with the
scoring honors for their winning
Safety Pins, with 540 and 552 hdep
s. Tom Smith kent them com-
any with a 518 handicap. For the
Kool Krews it was also two gals
that carried tne work load wljen
Dee Thomas and Connie Cain
both unloaded identical 528 hdep
series. Frank Perrales picked off
521, to save face for the stronger
Wood Packers 3, ? Marks 1
The five pesky Wood Peckers
are determined to peck their way
out the cellar, and this week they
picked on the 7 Marks, and chip
ped away three winning points.
The Wood Peckers are now only
one point away from the seven
slot. The Peckers stars were Herb
Hoff and Fred Epley with 524 and
559 hdep sets. Two of the Ques
tion Marks tried to prevent the
deckers onslaught, when B. Hunt
er 531 and J. Diesing 506 hdep.
v.. JUKI bIUV" I
in tne' r acme tran .vwhsuu,,
i. nn1 a lix-noint Ptck over
la vy '..
The only major game on to-
nioht' iim schedule .also ng-
Bivo Clemson the Atlantic Coast
Conference true ana, wnue mai
no longer automatically carries
with it a bowl berth, it should in
sure the Tigers of playing some somewhere
where somewhere on Jan. 1.
Cornell and Dartmouth will te
watching the scoreboard anxious-
Sr during their Ivy League, show show-own
own show-own battle. They'll be watching
to see how Princeton, a seven-
Doint favorite, will do in its game
against Yale. A win for Princeton
would leave it tied for tirst in
the Ivy loop and also give it the
undisputed Big.. Three txaie
Harvard-PrincetSny Jautel tathl
ti best season was a 24-5 rec record
ord record in 1W4, That yoar ho ltd
fhe loafluo In shutouts, striko-
. outs, eomplOtad gamos, innings
I nirehM. win and narnantaas.
-F4 iwt diraf oiiiww with the
Yanks, he wen njoro than 20
nbtfrifijs lifetime,' ho
won iwamos and lost 102, com compiling
piling compiling an avtrag of loss than
3.5 oarnod runs per gamo.
His World Series record Is' out
standing six wins against no
defeats.' He1 pitched in five Major
Leaue 'All-Star-, -games, winning
three, 'including the first one in
Chicago in 193 losing one.
Aiding in the promotion of the
clinics is Almacen Mauricio, sports
equipment store on Central Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, whicb is, carrying in its dis display
play display window an, exhibit featuring
Little, Leaguers, pejpared by' the
For Balboa 'High Balboa
Tonight's battle is & must im the Balboa SuH-i
dogs.. Nothiny;Jess than wii viJl bring the inter-
cholastic championship into the Balboa camp. win
for the Bulldogs will serve a two-fold DurDose. the
interscholastfc chmpionship and the Canal Zone'"
The one sad -note lot this eve-
nigs performance" will.ie; the ab absence
sence absence of Gary Ness, r considered
ine ouisianumg iunack 7on .me,
lstnmus. uaiy wa outstanding in
the Jamboree and against the
Athletic Club early in the season.
men came the .broken wrist in
a practide -sessibi., Hopes w'eVe
high that Gary' would be availa
ble lor the game tonight but thp
doctors have not-eiven the. oka v.
This slot has been, 1 and j will, be
weu tilled Dy 'brother Dick Mess
and THo Ronii r F'--
Balboa is hoping for! a -ry.lfiel(l
so they can shake lopse.'their Xm
syeeuy hbuubcks senior ana team
captain, Charles French, and iun
ior Phil, Cage. Phil Cage running
from the right halfback s 1 0 1 s
leads the Canal Zone ground gain
ers in yaras Dy rusomg, fouowea
closely by Charlie 'French.:'
Tonight's garcfe will see ten sen sen-iors
iors sen-iors wearing the Red end White
of Balboa High School on the foot football
ball football field for fire 'last time. Mawy
of these seniors finishing their
third year on the squad. Their"
loss will be .deeplx felt nextyer.!
"Dads Night;"he second in an
annual afak will highlight a the
evening's attraction. Thej. f atjiera
PETE CORRIGAN -AKOOd
. halfback with? three -years on'-
tne Balboa grid team. He is a
' f S
tl W liWf,V''itWTWlWMilf
S lop theixt sbata tiacailHaward-PrihCetoBj aavn
v 4 iHMrnia1! frorlBer1f'tho
.7. i. A .f rve i- W -wi
inside track' to the Rose Bowl
1 r fc
Air Force Academy
Would Accept Bowl
" COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo,
(UPD The U. S.. Air Force Acad
emy may turn out its first unbeat
en football team before it gradu
ates a class.
Coach Ben Martin's Falcons
may even .get g bowl bid. If they
do,- they'll .probaWy accept.- In
that ease, the -academy would: be
the. only teate without old grads
to. cheer them to' victory-on JMew
The blue clad cadets from Amer-
er, rurdue and northwestenuica's newest institution of higher
are rated even, rurdue is ranKea,
seventh nationally and Northwest
em ninth, and their clash is j the
only one this week pitting two!
teams in the top 10. 1
Here's how some of tomorrow's1
intersecuonal Notre lames
favored by six to rebound against
North Carolina; Pittsburgh'! 2l
point pick to follow Notre ijiame"
win by blasting Nebraska.
East Penn State six-poin
pick to stop once-beaten Hoi 3
Cross; Boston College 14 iovei
Boston University in neighbor
1 J 1 1. 1 1 ; nt 1 L
ouuu uaiue; renusyivama ;iOve:
Columbia; Army 32 over Villa
nova1 and Navy 27 over Gorge
Washington in their final tunfe-upt
for service classic; Bowl-hopeful
Syracuse Z7 over Colgate.
ures as a mignty cwse uu
Maryland" just one-ppmi-
Louisiana State, the nation's
top-ranked team, is a 15-point fa favorite
vorite favorite to whip Mississippi State
in a night game at. Ja,ckson,
m:.. cotiiriiav The Bavou' en-
1- ,iii h after their ninth
ctroioht win. Getting it should
o.o - .
wiAan Nil Par nnwi iiki ui
cause 1. Auburn is not eligible,
and 2. Mississippi, the only other
team in conrenuon iw
eastern Conference crown, al
iiHv nil Inst to LSU.
Oklahoma is the choice by 16
points over Missouri in d1b
Ei Eht sno waown iwr uic 6
title and trip to we uu
The Sooners ar after tneir uin
straight conference win in un
Clemson is a more modest
seven-point pick over North Caro Carolina
lina Carolina Stat, which took a beating
last Saturday from Mississippi
Southern, the nation's top-ranked
small college team. Victory would
berth against Iowa,, should beat
Washington if comparative scores
mean anything, which of course
they often don t. Last week, for
example, California nipped uuA,
20;17, teail thai whopped., Wash-.
Regional television is the living!
room program for tomorrow.
Princeton-Yale will be on screens
in th East. In a Midwestern TV
SMOOT & PAREDES
every Friday from
v y.:. .,:-v ;
9:00 to 9:30 p.m.
Disc Jockey Show
Your Communily llefwork YCII
learning are writing the story of
the,vear.in college. football. They
have, onlv thre. ca'mes to Co in
oroer to compile, V.an unbeaten!
season.., inejr remaining opponenis
ate Wyoming, New Mexico and
'The academy is"1 so young its,
campus in the foothills of the
Rockies north of Colorado Springs
has -dC fceen completed, ft doesn't
have" a football tadium. And, it
has seniors on jits football team
for the first time since the acade academy
my academy became a reality in the fall
CHARLIE FRENCH -Halfback
of the BHS Bulldogs is in lils''
uuro year on thete.am.jHe, to
a three-year, letter iwlnner an
the fastest man b) Canal Zone
looiDaii today He was elected
1958 team captain. He has
been for two years an All-Canal
Zone halfback, outstand outstanding
ing outstanding both offensively and de-fenslvely.
two-letter winner -arid did -in
QutatamJing 40b at the. put'
two years. He was shifted to
defensive linebacker ;to glv
!s Ji .strong; defensiv
tidlance: He isk'good' team
, player-d strong tackier.
wiU oin iefr sons in iOl' t
siuro aiyjviuea except we actual
playing, Halftime enterUinmen
will feattre the music of the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa High School Band and tho
Student Association and football
feam: wiU be the Roosevelt Med-
al Holders and guests of th
KJcfc off time wUl be 7:0o p.m.
in the Balboa Stadium for the Ca
nai Zone Interscboiastic Chaihpion-
the 'starring lineups:
I Dick Sc.otW
U toot' Cunningham t t
U J.on Snodgrass'.
Tim Days (
.George .Cotton -.
. Walter Woodruff
C 0-C T
Midwest Second-ranked Iowa
eight-point pick not to let yflowri
against unio &tate; ansat tat(
over Iowa Mate; Michigan
over Indiana; Wisconsin '6-sovei
Illinois; Oklahoma State &vei
Kansas; and -Michigan state 1
over Minnesota! v -i
South Duke 3 over Wake,: Fon
est; Auburn .7 over Georgia;
ueoricia leva 1 over Aiaoama:
Vanderbilt T over Tulane; Missis
sippi a 14 ovr Tennessee; W:est
Virginia i over wiinam aim
Kmithiusct Tl-II H nvAi Titi
SMU 10 over Arkansas; Rice li
ovr Texas A. a M.
Far West Oregon 6 over
uul.a; uregon atate t over- -Man
'lajrel. Mtf. (upn
Harmatz started serving a 20-day
suspension today for his rough
ride aboard Tudor Era in Tues
day's Washington D.C Interna
The action was announced
Wednesday ny the Laurel stew
ards, who charged Harmatz rWith
"shutting off Sailor's Guide enter
ing, the stretch in tne iJuerM iJuerM-tional.
tional. iJuerM-tional. t
Sailor's Guide finished ftm
lengths behind Tudor Era but yvdi
awarded the victory when 'lie
stewards upheld a foul'laim
made by Howard Grant, who rode
the Australian horse. Tudor: Era
was disqualified to second place.
Frankie Ryff Has
ilo Alibis For Loss
To Eddie Perkins
CHICAGO. IIJPI) lightweight
Frankie Ryff, his .championship
hopes, scattered by, speedy Eddie
Perkins, shruesed off blistered
feet and a possible broken hand
looay ana saia ne naa no paas tu
abandon his dream of some day
winning a boxirg crown.
I've cot no alibis for losing,"
he said, "he beat me. I wasn't at
shifty as I Usually am, and when
you know you've got a bad hand,
well, maybe you' don't punch the
way you usually do.
Ryff, who lost for the sixth lime
in 33 1 1 g n t s, wasn't etiecuve
against Perkins, a Chicagoan mak
ing hi-first TV .appearance.. The
New Y oncer was floored for a two
count by a right hook in the sec
ond, round and his handlers blamed
tne-aeteat on mat misnap. ,:
"It wasn't a knockdown," his
manager, Barney Ross, his train trainer,
er, trainer, Whitey Bimstein, and Ryff
UimsoXt hIA i ''Hp ant runpht with
a sucker punch after a lead and
slipped at the same time."
But referee Frank sikora, wno
crave Perkins a 45-44 edee in scor
ing, and PerklnsA famp had no
doubt of theeyent.T was a gooa
rjght hook;"' Perkins said, "eycept
it was just a utile nign on me
head.". r ett
...I i4n.tfi 1
VALDES facss MCMURTRY
NEW YOR WWlr Heavy
weight NinoirValdes' of Cuba has
signed to meet "Pat McMurtry of
.TimWashv i a 10-rounder at
Madison Square Garden, Dec. 19.
Valdes has won his last five fights
and McMurtry his last four.
Snead Favorite to Win
$45;000 Havaiia Open
, By LEO H., PETERSEN
HAVANA, Cuba (UPI1 ,-.Sa,
Snead was listed as the man to
beat as 40 professional golfers
started matching stroke, vestardav
in .the $45,000 Hayapa Open the
wona s wuoest Demng. gou tourna
Because eambline is ieeaL on
this sun drenched island, the
swank Villa Real Club looked
more like a race-, track; than a
golf club for this unique 72-hole
A betting board was- set uo on
the grounds and listed the odds of
all tne competitors. The minimum
days- of the tournament, iwfth. tho
pi yiessionai scores counting to toward
ward toward the championship proper.
a purse m i,750 will, go to th
inning pro in the seenndarv
and $6,960 will Kb iwaniui k
t6urnament champion. Thus.
hot' golfer can earin a tnf.i
purse of $8,650 from the two tour tournaments
naments tournaments nlus. a custom art, '",
from hisi backer in the Calcutta,
oneaa;is no stranger here; hav having
ing having won both the Pro-Am and th
Opea;ia,.M4& He has been prac-
uays ior; tne ricn
oysuk a twice snot sub
roundsrin tuneups. -
ine 1858 tournament i
Hilton. Rivipra V
r"lf proceeas Being,
iturnedi over to Havana's Boys
ion now 4(t vears a . .
baeka player to finish first, sec
ona, third or fourth. An "across
the board" wager cost $20.
Good Practice Rounds
aneaa, aitnougn now-m
old, earned the favorite'
rounds over the nar-70 course. The
Wast Virgiai-r-hnaajtlw mm iJ,(;"-''
to win,, 2rl to finish second, even-
i ii j !.,
muiiey-' wiimsii uiira. iuu i-a u
am rasper jr. 01 uuii um.
Calif.. 'Was1 the second choice fit
6-1 and Dow Finsterwald of Te-
questa, Fla.. was the third choice
at 8-1. Julius Boros of Mid.. Pines
N. C, winner of last week's. CnU
ing Open at Atlanta, Ga., and
Tommy Bolt of Houston, Teat.j
Dotn were pegged at 10-1.
The longshot bettors were of J
fered 504ai:'iKe"cbance of fivel
other Americ-fRjs5?w Worj
shamj Claado-'Harmppv Howi
Johnson, ,,CW(: Harberl-isnd Mike
Fetchick. y'lM v .W.- ":.
Snead, in itfdditiom t. being Ins
stalled the- bettina lavorite.- also
attracted 'the .highestbid of $5,500
in the Calcutta poo); oit was sold
for $4,000 ana riHsterwaia attract
ed $3,500 bid.
A pro. amateiir- event will bo
sponsored h Havana.1.
"iWaliL-.- ViUT' S?? "'!.
sief former major leagig pitcher.
Illgoion; State 'Department
w-Ausiraiia, next spring to
i fZ.- ,( k' ,,
CINClNNAIt, Ohio roPI)-Carl
AAerman and Charles BaW hav
been hired "as, scouts by the,Cin
61nt)aU.e(HeES. Arket-min (nrmais.
msiixMetihlQt 'thSt-stos Angeles
JJddgf r while Bake,Aas a WasC
ihtp Senators, jlalent" hunter -.
NEWARK, X J (UPTH-We lte
weight QeneA matron- ot Eliza
beth has -been-amed the state's
fighter- -of the year- by--the- New
Jersey Boxing Writers Association,
Vince Martinez of p aterson, won
conducted during the .first two, the .award in, 1957.
FRIDAY, K0YEM2ER II, 1158
TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEB
Race Trade Graded Entries
1st JUee 7lH Serb .W 4 Fg.PMm $WM, ,: feel Close l:N
I-Kin John F- Sanchti I02x
3- Teloreo J. Clio ;i3
S-Deungalope f J.l Phillip 108
4- orviglia Si Hernandez 110
5- Introduction A. Alfaro 108
ft-Ml Locura 4 G. Sanchei 111
T Valdivina Jeep B. Baeia 110'
J Don Dan!
m t ; i :
s. Ouiroi I03x
S. Lanza lOox
R- Cristian 108
T Justiniani lOOx
10 F. Vanidad
2nd Race 'lpW lana. PgfcPwrs MS0.M
1 Granadero v B7 Baeza 113
2-Mi Cautiva S, Hernandez 108
JT, Alvarez 108
I Victoria R.
,) ', O- ASJ-
A. Credidio 100
3rd Race "Winner and
- Winners"; 4 Ps.
1 D Linda 1 S. Hernandez 108
2 Pepin "B. Baeza 115
3 Platano1 ,". JC Delgado 10lx
4 Bathina A, Credidio 102
5 La Pama P. Alvarez 115
A-Cuquita.' Av Ycaza 110'
T Voltage -'. 5 P.i Justiniani lOOx
4Hi Race ",Sptlaf;'
.Natives $ P.Pur I37J.W
Jr-Silver Girl -3-Zi?
-4 Don Grau
M. Guerrero 108, In favorite distance
B. Aguirre 114 Hard to beat here.
4 E.-Darle 108 "Rates good-chanc
,G. Sanchez 118 ''Usually fractious
A Alfaro 110 Good early speed
B. Baeia 11 Seems best of bunch
Sth Race fC and D" fjatlves I PPur 142S.M Jfl Clrn 3:M
J Frijolito i:
'".' Credidio 115
A Gonzalez 103
F. Sanchez 1Q.3X
" BJ Baeza 108
P. Justiniani lltx
J.' Rodriguez 110
im Rac. 5th Series Imp. 7 Pg.Pwrt. 500.8O v
i!: First Rae the Dewble
. Hefnandes 110
" A. Alfaro 105
A. Credidio 110
R. Cristian 108
B.r Baeza $1
7th Race 7th Series I me. 4 Pfs.Purte 400.0
1 Maese B. Aguirre 113
3 Apache B.JBaefa 108
S-vThunderstreaX. A.. 'Alfaro 105
4 -Pangal T.ji Sadchet 203x
5 Neeful J.' Ulloa 110
8 B. M. Chree S. Carvajal 110
1-nTeddy T. Alvarez 113
tth Race MB" Native 7
1- Tinela Ei Datlo 105
2 Pancho Lopez B. Baeta 115
3 Marcelita F. Sanchez 105x
4 Jabahna J. Rodriguez 113
5 Tanara S. Hernandez 1"8
sVEngafiosa F Justiniani I05x
7 Ciria G. Sanchei 117
9th Race 4th Series Imp. 8 Pfl.
1 Cypress B. S. Hernandez 1U
z iumar u. caeta uu
3-Mr -Bravo'i V.: Castillo 113-
4 The Gipsy R, Cnstian 113
5- E1 Fakir S. Carvajal 108
8 Clarucha A, Ycaza 110
7 Ornamentaf S3 A'. -Alfaro, 105,'
t Recife Fv Justiniani' 10M
9 Trirremw' G. Sanchez 115
10-Colmado M. Hurley 114
0th" Rti 1st Serle Imp. Pgs.Pvrs $1000.00 V Peel Cleses
4 Xobo 1
' 1 yi. 'Phillips W5othing recently;
R. Baeza, 115o
S. Hernandez 108
J.. Jere? 115
F, Sanchez 99x
.RacrSth Srl XmyjfWM y;i'f:Ctoat"I:f'
J Rodneuez lis
4 Del Vecino
-, 5 M.' Pedraia
F.j Justiniani lOOxi-Early speed only
. A. Perez 118 UDoesn'tvwm likely
B. Baeza 115 In fight to finish
A. Alfaro 113 -Back in best form
.' R.j Cristian 108 -Early speed; quits
For the Best- -in
news and entertainment
t40 PANAMA COLON-
- Bad leg hamper '
Good early speed n
Poor recent race A
-Hard to beat her V
Rates fair chance ,y,
.-Usually disappoint ;
Jockey nay help
Poor recent effort
Nothing to recommend
Depend! on aUrt i ,-..
Ratei good chance ,.
Peel Close ,1:39
f the Double
Looks like good one
-Distance may neip
Hard to beat here
Would surprise, ? i
DisUnc may handicap
Purse teSO.OO ,Jol Cleaes 1:08
Good early speed .'
Prefers- wet track,
- Usually gets1 left :
Form indicates v
Rate, chance here
Peel Cles 1:30
- Distance' Jinay handicap? 5 3
Early speed only f 15-1
Distance handicaps 1 25-1
-6hould score her EVEN
Jo, 1 contender 3-3
-fCan make it too 3-3
Peel CiesM 3:40
-rEarly speed only
Last doesr't count
Could get up here
- 4 Bad legs hamper
-J-Mutyels favorite t
Peel Cleses 4:1
tr m oeuftie-
Needs better rider
Last doesn't count
Has strong finish ;
- t Not against these
Return in good shape
Early apeed only.,
Peel Closes 4:40
Must go 10er J 351
- Should imake it now """ 3-2
Not good enough 15-1
VGets another stiff test 5-1
Ready for payoff 3-1
Not against these 13-1
In fight to finish 2-1
Peel Clese 1:15
Distance to liking
iEnjojfing .tofi form
Must improve more ,
Could get tip hem 1
Dpesn't teem Jiiely
f-Could be- itptetter --
Rates good chance
Good at-sprints only
- Shnuli1 ainn il
3' 3 3
Good -recent races
.Rider hapdicapi.,, ;
Could go all the Way
Choice to Win Featured
$1090 Six Furlong Dash
7 The Stud Los Siete's classy router Perdulario
rets a chance to prove that he can win at the shorter
distances too tomorrow afternoon in the featured
$1,000 six furlong dash for first imported thorough
breds at the President RejnonTacetrack.:,,3rr:
The little slx-yeaf-old .chestnut
son of ; Petrarca-Hannan wui ? be
opposed by the Embassy-GramilU
entry. tobo, Bacancita and. il!
lendez. Leading v jockey .Braulio
Baeza wui azain.nav tne lei up
on Perdulario. v i ..... j
In bis .last start, t Perdulario
wa a aouooiy Beaten second to
newcomer Quidico in the f 10,000
edded Nov. 1 3 Panama Independ
ence Day Classie. But none of to
morrow'a -opponents are consider
ed to be anywhere near a good
at the Chilean colu ,. ., tt.
Main opposition is exbectea to
be furnished by the entry of Gra
muia ..ana -smoassy. -uramiua
which will be ridden by Teux
Sanchez, was second to Informal
last Sunday over seven furlongs.
Tomorrow' shorter six furlong
should be tight un her alley.
Entrymate Embassy was fourth
note behind Melendez. Gramilla
By Coriradd SdrgearU I
Joclcev Alfredo Vasauez. who
fractured a collarbone last week
while working out-, the apeedy
fUly Renata, was, operated on
yesterday morning at the Santo
Tomai Hospital by Pr. Antonio
Oonzaies Revuia, ..,, m
Meanwhile, Hector Ruiz, wno
also fractured a collarbone last
Saturday when be fell off Idem
tlca. Is recuneratlne at his home.
He left the San Fernando Clinic
yesterday, y- -v
. Yesterday morning Robert E.
Oswald and Vernand H. Han Hanson,
son, Hanson, president and flce-presl-,
dent treasurer f Thorottgh Thorottgh-,bred
,bred Thorottgh-,bred iPhoto Inc., visited tha
'President Kemon racetrack to
stndv the possibility of Install Install-ing
ing Install-ing "fUm patrol" at the local
OTl!:; -;Wt v;1, ;r av ;;'
Tf w .rroneouslv reoorted In
this coljumo tBLlctor a)noe
Ruiz had sold hU Chilean thor
oughbred Luciano. Zarpazo and
Acropolia JnKlngaton.. Jamaica.
The horses were actuallv pur
chased bv Puerto Rlcan. turfmen
In 8an Juan, Puerto Rico.
Aceordint; to 5 a report from
Chile. U 18 -i two-year-ld
bouKht at the -October -auction
sales in Chile by tha Panama
trovernment are already In
tralnlne and will arrive In Pan
ama broken and ready to race
some time, late next month.
Traci: manaeer Pablj Ai Thay
er. who left Wednesday morning
for Buenot Airev Plan to buy
RDttroxtaately 40 two-y8ar-olds
n Argentina. The manaster
hones to acnuire much-8"Oerlnr
anirnals the ftouu he bought
in Argentina vear.
Gn,1np MBord tonod the
list f .toekevn ansnended the
last threw ractne met with
totl of 4"mto finforeed.va finforeed.va-eatlon.
eatlon. finforeed.va-eatlon. M'lor t four met
for crowing wutunte and
neunralop with Colmado on
Milord earned moH when
he got Riotous rilsauallf led and
nlacert erond aftef wlnrin on
Pundayy for erowdln; .English
Wondef mldwa? dqwn the
home rtretch and wonr-d up hi
"good" work by- netting" eight
more meets for beannr in a-
gainst Golden Wonder with To
lletito on Tuesday.' Folietlto won
the race but was not dlsquall
Other jockey Suspended were
Jose Talavera- with six meet
and apprentice rider. H. Maclas
with (four meet:' Talavera was
set down for. crossing Deunuta Deunuta-lope
lope Deunuta-lope with Zumar on Tuesday
while Macias. was. penalized for
laumg to snow ud to rwe cnivi
lingo in Saturday' race. Chivl
llneo had to be scratched.
Talavera was also fined $5 for
betna rude to the pandooK judge,
miner Gerald Sllvera wa
r""Dyn. jpt. Accural -Jj
only beat out Melender for the
place by a head. Another nose
back was Lobo, which performed
creditably .considering that he got
ers. Embassy will be ridden by
JuUor,, Jerez tbis ini instejf of
Fernando Alvarez. .xi,&.-
The usually i alert .i varez pre.
ferred .to rride -Bacancito an t this
oocasion. .Bacancito wa last? in
his last start. Sandino Hernandez
gets' the mount on Lobo for this
racei while- Jorge Phillips will be
aboard Melendezi-Bawa rode Me
lendez in previous outing. -. v
une or we more imeresung
ades on, the card should be "the
nightcap in which steadily improv improving
ing improving Tatin takes ( on Del Vecino,
Manuel Pedraz and Skoll over
one mile. Alucino and Grecp are
elso entered for this event.
Nine other prospective, thrillers
complete an attractive program.
'-. j :
fined $5 for not using the cor-
wcoiors pn Fhillplpon in
lucaaay untn race.
- .. O00
Domingo Dinwre this week
bought the Argentine colt and
ilHy, Sabiondo and Sapristi,
from Roberto Motta for an un unconfirmed
confirmed unconfirmed price of $2,608 to
be made in installmetns from
the animals future earnings.
Dimare will train the pair
Meanwhile, Euatacio (Tachlto)
uarcia ae Parede announced
that th four-year-pid bay Cu-
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Follow through Js Guide
, Another of an instructional se serif
rif serif written for NBA Service
and The Panama American bp
By BILLY WElu'
i Top .ABC Averaae Holder
AS important as all the other
actions of the bowling motion ta
the follow through, the' final seg
ment of the delivery.
A good, full follow through will
direct the ball to the spot you
have selected and -enables the
ball to roll better with a better
If the follow through is abrupt
or short, you wm pull the ball
We Have Ammunition Again
Now that a 'good assortment o(
trap and skeet loads are on hand.
clay Diras will De living at tne
Balboa Skect and Trap range this
Saturday nor,' is at 2 p.m. If 5 or
more shooters turn up, birds win
be registered according to what
they would like to shoot. For those
who like to shoot free, "red birds
will he offered in each string to
those that eatt hit-them.
Beginning! at 10 a.m. the traps
will be open for beginners and
others,- who would like to learn how
to break them. Instructors will dc
on hand to point out the fine points
of how It 1 done.
ban filly Rutilante is for sale.
Tachlto is asking $550 $300
down and the .other $250 in purs,
The players of the Panama
rro loop wm oo presenwa w
the public at the President Re-
mon racetrack Sunday beWre
the running of the $1,000 Pro-
fessional Baseball League Handi
cap for fourth series racers.
1 1 or i i s
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.toVAtiji-k'-S: Wlin imir 111 M
FORftL-BMv Welu's risht arm
come up ana straignt aneaa.
msiae or your spot.' it may cause
you to drop the ball, thereby los
ing accuracy and the proper
"lfit"-rthe pin getting qualities
a good rolling ball.
The right arm should come
through after the delivery of the
ball untir it reaches about xhoul
der level and straieht ahead.
Nevef pull the arm to your left
side or angle it off to the riirht.
Alwayg stretch it out
in front of
y0u, reaching for the target,
ifs important to follow through
on every shot,, whether you're
trying for a strike or a spare.
I NEXT: Timing.
A DELIGHT TO COOK
A PlAiSlrf -SERE
whsm ipu cook ivM a
i 7 n f,
TRANSISTHM1AN HIOHWAV C
NEW YORK (UPI)- Football
coaches' are a harried' breed who,
you may have noticed, feel called
upon to use as muco aecepuoo in
their public pronouncements as
they would in en offense featuring
11 midgets against the Chicago
There is in their specialized craft
a .legendary lexicon for the loser,
potential or past tense. And there
is a pat phraseology ror me win
ner, past tense or potential.
Each has his favorite quotation
and, unless you are an adept
translator of double talk, you'll
wind up making as much sense
as a Hottentot studying Brooklyn
Here are some of the cliches
which set the most mileage:
"Our kids are really "up" this,
naturally, should be applied only
to players for the Air Force Aca
demy while doing jet training or
to. the champions of the Swiss yo yo-delers
delers yo-delers conference. But the mono
tony and frequency of its use sug
gests that football now is a game
played on pogo sticks. Conversely,
when the "kids are down" you
can be certain that the alumni is
in full cry.
."It's the bounce of the; balT balT-a
a balT-a football is an oblate speroid ra rather
ther rather pointed at both ends, As such
it "takes some crazy bounces."
Ordinarily this phrase is used when
you've just had the bejabbers kick kicked
ed kicked out of you and don't know what
else to say. A rare occurrence a a-mong
mong a-mong coaches. v
.."It's 11 men against 11 men"
building up an opponent, such as
when Army play Embraceable
U., and you want the customers
to come out and pony up' in the
hopes of seeing a miracle.
rney ail put tneir pants, on
one leg at a time" desiened to
convince your, hopeless heroes that
tne oinef team, doesn't have
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TROPIGAS, the modern fuel,
ECONOMY O OXtoLIESS
STOVES from $185.00
The New SJUtL TROPICAS TANK
each TROPIGAS range purchased!
Distributor for Panami and
Corner of 32nd
Don't forget. . Cor Inspection time
is coming soon. . be sure your
'car is in Tip-Top Condition!
men on the field at once, despite
the bruises and 1014 defeat. i
Plenty of Desire
"Go all the way" praising i
runner who will continue unmo unmolested
lested unmolested to the goal line if he ever
past the secondary.
"Plenty of desire" meanini
we'll show up tor every eame tne
rest of the season even it we still
don t score a point.
"Play en one game at a time time-This
This time-This coach doesn t want to make"
any predictions whatsoever and'
he's really afraid that he'll live
until Saturday, Also World ae
ries favorite of certain managers'
whose first names are "Fred" and
whose second names are "Haney."
"He could make any team 'm
the country." Used widely in boost boosting
ing boosting your own boy for All-America
or in pu aping up a lacklustre rival
lucky enough to have one player
who doesn't possess two left feet.'
"This will go right down to the
wire" Race track parlance for a
close contest in which" the coach'
secreuy expects to nave a runa runaway
way runaway which will prove he is a true
genius of the gridiron.
"Any team can win on a given
Saturday"-Which in all fairness,
proves why you can't win thoael
1 Mi Locura Cervlglia'
2 Perre Nebrisca
3- Pepin La Fame
4- Plllu.lo Reck'n'Roll
5- Fr'jolite Chita
I Pancho Lepei Ciria
Cypress Bull Trlrr.me
10 Perdulario Cr.mlll, ii
2Jll-.Tafin Del Vecino
St. and Justo Arosemena Av.
1 FRIDAY, XOVZMSnt II, 19S
TBS PANAMA AMERICAN AH WDOTOWIHT DAILY KCTfCTAPI
; s TM ft SPACE IS FDR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-070
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
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fMILLIPS Oeeanalde Cettiget
Santa Cl.r. R. 4.
name 1-1177 Cristobal I-1 87 3.
FOR RENTy-Attractive heuse
in C.mpo Alegre. Completely
furnished. Large garde" and
swimming pool, available end
November to end of anuiry,
phono Panama i-Qiii.
FOR RENT: CeHitortibl homo,
feur kodroomi, two baths, fine
residential or... Oil tolophono.
J. 1743 or 2-2167, Panama.
Syracuse To Win
Dolph Schayes, a "dead shot"
from the field, also i ..cIutch
marksman from the foul line.
The "orrrfer NYU star dropped
in six free throws m the final
minutes Wednesday night to car carry
ry carry the Syracuse Nationals to a
116115 triumph over Cincinnati in
the only National Basketball As Association
sociation Association actio.
It was sShayes who set the
stage for Larry CosteUo s one one-handed
handed one-handed push shot in the final six
seconds to send the Royals reel reeling
ing reeling to their sixth loss in seven
BRITISH STIIL DOWN
LONDON (UPI) British steel
production is continuing to drop,
the Iron and Steel Board report reported
ed reported today.
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
Finance Tour New Or
EMPLOYES FINANCE Co.
LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
n new ears
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
All Types of Auto Insurance
Inc. air fore, twufen, town,
nd deluxe hotel
leave every Tues. and FrL
Tel. Panama 2-1681
the first and only
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
angle of 7o
1&5 Central Ave.
With built-in Universal
A4 t -Tf-
We always have a complete line ef PERFECTION
kerosene stoves and replacement parts.
For your country home and for damping, there Is
nothing like a good kerosene range.
Special prices for our C. 2. friends.
MUEBLERIA CASA SPARTON
Central 26-109 Calldonla
FOR RENT: Juit tht nicest
mall furniihod apartment for
couple, Via Porrat, Sin Francisco.
Phono 3-5024., ,.v
FOR RINT Two apetnenta
with two bedrooms, bathroom,
living, diningroom. On with air
Conditioning, ethor. ono without.
Information, -Juste Aronwlona
No. 97 last floori, kf.
FOR RENT: Beautiful AM-,
ment, two bodreoe tor-vater,
Campa Ategro, pbea 2-2341
FOR RENT: Threeroom apart
ment. Apply 1080 Las Dos Pal Pal-meras
meras Pal-meras straot, Lai Sibinai.'
FOR RENT: Apirtmont ono
bedroom, living-diningreom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, bath; girlie, $60:00. Via
Perrai No. 60. Phone 3-1798.
FOR RENT: In new building
located in 39th Street, Bella
Viita, apartments of two bod'
roomi with air conditioning
units, living-owning room, irudy
room, kitchen undry, maid's
room, and hofwater faciTcrtWa.
For further inftrm'ation pleat;.-
call Panam'2M2S2. f f
$50.00 furnished1 ..apartment.
North American neighbor!, good
transportation parking apaca.
FORT RENTiEurniihed- apart apart-mdrilf
mdrilf apart-mdrilf ViitKermosa with fight
and1 gat, Tel. 33589.
FOR RENT: Campo Alegre, ex ex-coptional,
coptional, ex-coptional, nice furniihod ono
room apartment. Oppeiite Hotel
El Panimi, hot water. Call 3 3-1789.
1789. 3-1789. FOR jfRENT Beautiful 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom duplex apartment, comple completely
tely completely furniihod, hot water. Call 3 3-3884.
3884. 3-3884. FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhimbra Apart Apartment!.
ment!. Apartment!. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR J RENTs Attractively fur furnished,
nished, furnished, 2 bedroom apartment
linen, China. Campo Alegre, Tel.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment!. Brandf new. Cool,
private, close to ihaps and trans transportation,
portation, transportation, will furnish lome on
FOR RENTA-luiuriously fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished apartments, decorated by
well known interior decorator.
Rental includes all utilities, maid
ervice, telephone and 24 hour
watchman. Ask at Arte y Deco Deco-recion
recion Deco-recion Store in Edificio "Campo
Alegre" on Via Espana across
from,hotel 4,EI Panama Hilton".
Telephone 3-7425 and 3-6699.
FOR RENT: Furnished I bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment, Automobile
Row, $70.00. Another little I
bedroom apartment with gat,
San Francisco. Tel. 3-2930.
Mercedei Building. Do lux com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking ipac. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Riearda A. Mire, 8. A. Tel.
e Bandies like
e Column gear
- ,v SEE- IT TODAY.
Take it for a Test-Dnvu.
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AutomobHes 1 1 Home Articles j iviiscenqnepus
FOR SAL: 1953 Oldtmabile
Super 88, duty paid, good condi condition,
tion, condition, good price. Call 4-1 178.
FOR SALE: 1955 Meraury
Montdair, 2 door, hardtop,
Mercomatic, radio, roar speaker,
excellent tires, whits aver green.
Call Curundu 3289.
FOR SALE t 1953 Pentiac. 4
door, ww tiret; radio, vary food
condition, Panama 3-6579.
FOR SALE: J958 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door ledan deluxe, tix rylindgr,
ttandard trantmiiaion, very low
mileage, like view $1950, fjnal
house 867 Balboa, Tel. 2-2789.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth two
door, with radio, turn tignali,
and undercoating. This it a clean,
one-owner car in excellent me mechanical
chanical mechanical condition.. Mutt be icon
and driven to bo appreciated.
fhonc 6-IU8, i
FOR SAtr:-1958 Volkswagen,
sedan, Wak Wltb white wall
tires, excellent endttloif, $1475.
Phone Curundu 3262 office. Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu 2209 home.
FOR SALE: Plymouth 4-door
Low miltigc; Nw condition.
New flrti. ali;fiitun M9a-
i.ljlUv i fii
FOR SALE: 57 Ford Custom,
like new, low mileage, $1,700.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4
door tedan, excellent condition,
lo 4 x4S.JH. ef rigraor.
Bavasi Says Not
One Dodger Signed
LOS ANGELES (UPD-Not a
single member of the 1958 Dodg Dodger
er Dodger baseball team that finished
seventh in the National League
has vet been signed to a contract
for the coming season, Generate
day. JiT'lt 7
p,,i 1in arrvl0t vitin nreal
a'araeii vuway -r-r, ff
dent, said "in the past by : this
time. I've generally nad at least
had at least
15 players signed for tne ioiiow-
But the Los Angeies executive
was explosively ciear at uie ewo
of the last-, season, .that he was
unhappy Jwilh ,-the seventh place
finish and some' performances.
"After we finished seventh, I
was so. mad that I didn't dare
discuss contracts until I cooled
off He aaid at ithiT close of the
the salaries of a couple of "play "players
ers "players by 2,5 per cent., .....
"That is as much as the law al allows.
lows. allows. And some other fellows
would have been hurt, too," he
But Bavasi said this contrasted
with what he called his reputa reputation
tion reputation as an easy mark in contract
discussions based on past years
when the Dodgers were riding
higher than in 1958.
Along The Fairways
PWGA AT DAVIS SATURDAY
The November PWGA tourna
ment will be held at the Ft. Da
vis Golf Club tomorrow, Novem
ber 15, Reports are tnat
Ihe course; is in fine shape. All
members "who have not signed
up win De.assi&iiea mi iuw.h
when theV. arrive. Lineup Is as
follows: i K
8:30 a.m-,Cle6 Bunts, E. Pe-
L. Jones. fe. V$K$ Mathle-
R. Tortoriccl,J.1U0quisi., n
M. Dalton, D. LaCrolx, B. Hen-
non -A 1
m Kood. N. Whitney, G. senn
v Mansfield. F. Twomey, V,
H Thompson, P. zon, J. ciaire
pwoa club representative
Evelyn Judson, will be on hand
to set un new matcnes. Also, sne
will start off the threesomes as
For the Best
in newi and entcrtainmeiit
-'V-'1'' j- 'jt4
Panamanian not older than 30 yearavMnt WHngnal with
experience in correspondence and knowledge ef Account Accounting.
ing. Accounting. Good firture In well established company. Please write
re age, experience, personal reference and picture to
P.O. Box 1130.
FOR SAU: 13 cubic foot Ser Ser-vel
vel Ser-vel refrigerator. Two door nw
unit electric. Phono Bilbao 2-
3050:" 1 -'
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 60
cycle,, 9 cubic foot, Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house with' meat keeper and
tonga bin. RriAt quietly. Carl
FOR SALIitr-Waihor, Wringer
fvoe. 60 cvdo. new motor, fair,
$25.00, Balbo 3321. 05 3 4-A.
Cuayacan Tar., Ancon.
U.S. college graduate deairot
part-time work in shorthand or
typing in English.' Phone Curun Curun-'
' Curun-' du 83-6225.
NEW YORK. Nov. 14 (UPI) 41
Strtrks continued irregular at
fairly; actiiepeninj today.;
A numoer ot tne lop-ranxing is issues
sues issues slipped back small amounts.
Am Telrand Tel
Anaconda Copped 1
,British Pet , ,.
-Canadiaa Eagle hw,
Cerro tie Pasc Pasc-Chance
Chance Pasc-Chance Vought
Chicago Gt West
. Coastal Caribe
?,Crole; Pt -.-
l ..n..t "f '. L Jinki.
I JLfUJfr UUb
m pM7Nat 6ai
Gen Plywood $
Getty Oil rr
Gulf Oil v
Iat liik, sm& 'timl- f
New Eng T and T
Pantepec Oil r
Royal Dutch Shell
Shell T and
Signal Oil and Gas, A
' Sperry Jtand ;
Stan Oil N.J.
Texas Gulf Prod
; Unit Canso Oil
? US, Rubber
' US Steel
BIAS I DRUG RESTRICTIONS
WASHINGTON. (UPD-The gov
ernment plans to' make it easier
to-ship wonnef drugs uenma we
Iron Curtan-in Europe, me wm
mrr DetMrtment's bureau oi
f o r e 1 g n.,Qmmerce said yester
day it W1U WW consiaer approv approving
ing approving export Jkepsls for such drugs
as penicilWnS'ttreptomycin and
sulfa. Tne relaxation noes noi y
ni hnivvv ta Communist Chi-
North iltoria or North Viet
FOR SALE: VM Hi-Fi; Seneral
' Electric vacuum cleaner; maha-
ganey double v drewer; Nergo
washer U Nergo dryer; Chrytler
air-condif ionor, 1 h;p.w Chrysler "i
air-conditioner, 4 h.p. Csldtpot
refrigerator; Ascot watarheater.
All itemrf In excellent .condition.
"ut arrived : big 'shipment ef
perforated hardboard r peck
board. Theutandi of tjsee in
home, shop or office. ALMACE- -NES
MARTINZ, Avenid lley
Arftre Ne. Y.SV
FOR SALf t Steinway Grand
piano, Ironrrro mangel metal
dek finger towing machine,
.j'beok'cete, electrie typewriter.
Phone. Balboa 2-1714. .
FOR SALE: Siamese, kittent, 8
montht old. Call Curundu 3106
after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: New heaters for
Font Taunui 1 $M at coir prices
at Agenciia Cetmoi. Fransioanl
Street, (oppeiite National Staffs
lumi. rnene -osu.
FOR SALE: Weaver Soinot
at house 2233-B, North "A" St. i
FOR SALE : Ironer, deluxe
model, like new, bargain, for'
euick sale. Alto furaiturd, mo modern,
dern, modern, phone: Panama 3-6775.
FOR SALE: test air condi conditioned,
tioned, conditioned, 3 Q gallon gas hot water,
heater, new and unmarked. Ave.
1 la. final, La Sreita. el. 3-6695.
' HEARING AIDS
with special switch for radio,
telephone and T.V, Full guaran guarantee.
tee. guarantee. Come today for a demestra demestra-tioa.
tioa. demestra-tioa. Same prices at these in the
States. Dr. Martial Dies' Clinic
Rochet ttreet. Tiveli Avenue
down Shw'e Store:' 2-6 p.m.
Outtaniing aalection of beautiful
and exotic U.S. and European
Chrietmai ornaments, deceratiena
and lighta ideal for hemes,
atoroi, elube and orginiset(one -t
Americen Supply Co. "J" Stroef
i3v6v," '' l- .-l
FOR ALI: Stenetyp martinet
excellent condition. $50. Phene
Curundu: 2209, ehor 4:00 p.m.,
Stock For Sale: Sharet of Asm Asm-carer
carer Asm-carer National. S.A.! (National
Sugar Company) available.1 In Inquire
quire Inquire Panama 2-0074.
Prefect your home end proper,
ty against iniect da ma fa.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency or monthly budget
bisn. Telephone Pronto Service,
Pansme 8-777 or Colon 1777.
Crosby's WHe, Son
Within 24 Hours
HOLLYWOOD niPIV rrnr
Bing Crosby's attrativ -wifa.'
Kathy, 24, and his son, Gary, 25,
were involved in separate traffie
accidents witiiin 24 hours yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. ... ,-
Kathy, who gave birth! to
singer's fifth son Aug. I. suffered
three-inch sash on hr ohin
which took two stitches to elAaa.
according to reports,
Gary Was uniniiwwrl In tha aiot.
dent he had earlier in the day.
ewn were ariving sports cars
and rammed into the rear oE ;iaifs
stopped at traffic signals. cV f
Mrs. Crosbv said her rar nlnwaH
into one owned bv Herman Macrarl.
Soughing, it 75 ieet, when her
iwul. acgmeniauy aiammea on ine
accelerator after a heel broke on
one of her high-heeled shoes.
MSgad was taken to receivlns
hospital where he comolained.
neck injuries. "I feel sore
over." he said. "I didn't even
her driving up before the acci
uary. wno was involved; m
bad traffic accident near Sail Jose,
Cant,; m 1954 in which one man
was killed and he and six, other
persons were injured, .rammed his
csr into one stopped at" a 'traffic
signal in Bevverly Hills. v
Police Chief Cl'nton H. Anderson
said 'Gary would be eit4.for; fol following
lowing following .the other ear too .closely.
' John Sullivan, '57, driver of the
other car, was uaiajured, but his
wife, Ruth, 49, eomplained t eck
injuries and was treated at the
Beverly Hills first aid station.
ABUSIS fRIVILIOIt j$r
LONDON (UPI) Convicted
burglar Daniel Kijlgalloh lost his
weekend privileges today becauie
police discovered he .' was using
his time away from .prison to
pickup extra money by house house-breaking.
breaking. house-breaking. Berdes klng his
weekend privileges away, '" We
eourt also sentenced., him to-another-eight
years lPsjaiL ; ;
FOR SALE j Lett 500 sad 1.000
' meters, in trie Neeve Hipedreme
' Urbanisatioa esfeas, the Remoa
Rdcetraek. All roti with Street
4renft, towage.' water mala and
eleetrieity. CaB W. MeBamott.
Tel. 1-2547. yy."
FOR SALE Leaving lit hmui, Z
bedroom residence,, living din din-Ing'roam,
Ing'roam, din-Ing'roam, 600 eg. meten, eon
erote fenced. No! 74 end 8th. St.
' Pargud Lefevro.
FOR SALE Due to urgent trip, ;
dait er.the entire New York Bar Bar-refieihreent
refieihreent Bar-refieihreent shop. Situated ae
Central Avenue, appetite "Plai
CiiijtseVMsye'V For Informa Information
tion Information phone 2-1342, Istilits vda
FOR SALE-Heuse m Taboga.
Inquire at Taboga Poet Office
for Mrs." Zoila Corr
FOR SALE New reiidential cha cha-Ut
Ut cha-Ut on S hill with excellent view,
very comfortable and cool. Throe
bedroom, two batht, large liv liv-.
. liv-. ing-dinlngreom, ; office, porch,
,. laundry, large kitchen, maid's
room, with bath, gardener'i room.
" 4000 meten fenced, exclutive
; location, no neighbors whatioev whatioev-.
. whatioev-. er, private read; way three Minutes
frem:$eart. Call 1-7493 or 3 3-;
; 3-; 315 fer pertonal interview. Ne
' Inferntatien by phone. Ideal for
secluded living with all modern
conveniences, city lights and
water, telephone, ready for im immediate
mediate immediate occupancy. Ft thii ft net
: what, you are looking for, please
do net call.
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE-24' Cabin Cruder.
Excellent fishing boat. Call I I-"
" I-" 3151 after 4 p.m.
FOR ALfcr-ljL, h.p. outbeerd,
14 month! Id. iexcollent condi condition,
tion, condition, phoneiBalboe 3325. call
after 4 p.m.
LOST: U.S. paMport No. 779 779-205.
205. 779-205. Findpr will receive -reward.
E. F. Carey, Hotel II Panama.
LOST MacGreger jacket en
ipecial train to Gambea Wednet Wednet-day.
day. Wednet-day. Owner needi eyeglasses its
St. Petersburg Optical case. Ap Appreciate
preciate Appreciate return to Captain A.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY: Miniature
dechiund. Panama 3-1252.
vn tlVtNTH' MARLIN
Tommy Styles boated a 480 lb
black marlin -which puts him
second niace, on uie sixui aav
, f.'i jVs h
the tourney. Styles is fUhing from
ine vucing. .
ine .U.S. Runner returned
Balboa ,with; the 1st group of fire
man. Results were 6 sail raised
2 boated. Bill Basham boated
100 lbs. V. E. Reed's Weighed
lb: -Two '.marlin raised? and hoot
ed but not boated, one by
Vandergrift the other by W. B.
Gilley. Gilley hooked his large
marlin off Pinas and had it on
one hour and 45 minutes but
not land him due to batl hick
breaking the rod, ;
The U.S. Runner, left tod v with
the second group of fireman: R.
J. Danielson, I,, 'R.. McDermitt,
E. tt. Stone, Cbl., Falson, Frank
Anoerson and J. W; Detsmore.
Three, more days are t left
tourney. Total marlin raised
boated 11. ;
The Yankee and the Lalo Lain
returned to Balboa today. :
i ne v5 reports one sail releas released
ed released by -Capt.' James R. Lawrence,
Unable to get .further1 results on
today's catches due to poor radio
SHADY PA$T V v-
NEW YORK (UPI) Officials
of the Richmond Hill branch of
the. Chase .Manhattan Bank
gasped ; y asterday when
heard of me background of
man they had employed as a port'
fr last summer, 7
Police said Leon Scott, 85.. sr
rested yesterday for entering ; the
bank with key he had kept and
stealing a gun, had a record of
14 arresto and was on parole
iron f sing sing Fruon on a our our-glary
glary our-glary tonvjctioji,
NO tONOIR RICIIVINO
LOS ANGELES (uPIFred h.
Edwardt, 8t,! citfht lootinf '., a
Beverly -Hills dress shop, .told po
lice .'I ; needed $350' toe a, court
appearande on a charge of. receiv
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DNEFINRAKIR IN PAKISTAN
KARACHI Pakistan (UPI)
Prime Minister 'John Diefenbakrr
of Canada arrived yesterday by
piano on jus tout ot tne ariusu
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1st TIME IN PANAMA
1954 Buick Sup 4 Aoot jMian Dyna Dyna-flow
flow Dyna-flow Radio Qean iiuiaie and out
-Lowest accrplabk bid
. . ,fiislttlb
CAR No. 838A N
1954 CcvTolet Dclnxf 2 door -Man P.
G. New paint Nw tlm Plastic
) CAR No. 9-179
1954 3el Air Har4:f6p Coirpe P. G.
- New tiret Radio L one paint
Lowest aeeDtableiidf . $795.00
WANTED U.- EXPERIENCED1
COOK-"! AND i HOUSEKEEPER.:'
,CALV PANAMA 3-0377.
, Houteyivotl' Da -yea needed
igeod, henetf, rotperaible maid;
witti.- ersiteet, ) Cell "Agea "Agea-".tlal
".tlal "Agea-".tlal d CemitiejMS Colocicio.;
nes Sonches t Molliek" 7th.l
Central Ave. No. 33A26, phone V
- Family f ..five-, dnlre
maid (ne ironing). Must be an,
excellent cook, ppeak English,,
have recent vecetrimondation andj
'.health record, end must live ley
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National Maritime Union Spokesman
On Ships Sailing Under
WEW YORK Nov. 14 (UPI'hip$'opratin"-unde r the Panamanian flag are substandard in labor conditions
ntf their owners are dodging legitirnatvpayments tne ir own countries, a spokesman for tha National Maritime
.)Unkn said today. h
V- Joseph Curran, president of the NMU, is jiow in-Hamburg meeting with members of. the International Trans Transport
port Transport Workers Association on the proposed "Seven Seas Boycott" to start this month against countries operating
fleets under "flags of convenience". ,t..
'' Besides Panama these countries are Costa Rica, Hon duras and Liberia
A Panamanian foreign office statement Wednesday said that Panama-flag ships Were "duly protected by one
if the most advanced labor legislations Panama's labor code." The statement also said that Panama conformed
strictly to international sanitary and safety regulations.
The NMU said: "Panama may conform to the intern ational conventions but they and the others cut corners,
these conventions provide only the minimum protection."
T The boycott will be enforced,
the NMU said, by picketing
ships. Teamsters will not carry
cargo, it was added, and all
dock workers will refuse to
handle it. Shipyard and oil ter terminal
minal terminal employes are also expect-
ri to loin the boycott, n was
rurran announced in Ham
burg today he will call on the
International Longshoremen and
Teamsters Union for support of
th world-wide boycott of "con-
tentency flag? shipping In U.S.
Curran made the announce announcement
ment announcement after a two-day inter international
national international transport workers
meeting would up with a call
Jot the world-wide action
alated to Include "thousands
of ports" in 662 nations. He
aid the U.S. National Mari Maritime
time Maritime Union, and the Seafarers
International were "100 per percent
cent percent behind" International
Union leaders calling for the
Curran made the announce announcement
ment announcement on behalf of the NMU
and the Seafarers International.
Hal Banks, vice president of
the Seafarers and sitting next
to Curran, nodded in support.
Curran said, "We hope to stop
every ship that enters Ameri American
can American ports flying the flag of
He added "and his Is only
the beginning of the action. We
hope to. bring all those run run-Sway
Sway run-Sway ships back into line."
;. .Curran said the action was
Maybe it isn't just on Occident
, thot the word "honesty" is so
.often preceded by "old fosh fosh-isioned"
isioned" fosh-isioned" "-
Weather Or Not )
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
M Hydrocraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
t. Balboa Cristobal
.(max. mph) E10
RAIN (inches) 2.13
(Inner harbors) 81
lAIIll IHlrtTAII COLOR bv
LA 71 1 T
r JOHII WAVHEX
FX "i if- i rtili ii I imm,, mr4 n,k i i i 1
wv EUGENE FRENKE CHARLES 6RAYS0N
designed to compel American
shipowners to register their
ships now flying flags of con convenience
venience convenience in the United States.
Omar Becu, secretary -general
of the International
Transport Workers federa federation,
tion, federation, explained that 42 per
cent of world shipping under
conveniency flags was American-owned.
Curran said he and Banks
would call for meetings with the
longshoremen and teamsters
after their return to. the Unit United
ed United States., . t
He said there have been dis disputes
putes disputes between American mari maritime
time maritime unions.
"But," he said, "we hope to
unite everybody behind the
stand of the International
Transport Workers Federation."
He. ifoped,, he .said, longshore longshoremen
men longshoremen anW 'ieaxnstei's( ty&ild give
lull support to the boycott in
United States ports.
The U.S. Government will
not interfere with American American-owned
owned American-owned ships transferred to
"flags of convenience" Mari Maritime
time Maritime Administrator Clarence
G. Moore and chairman of
the Federal Maritime Board
He said: "The .government
encourages American capital
investment abroad. Why should
we discourage American ship
This country wiuld prefer
rnore American, flag operation,
he added, but there no real im
pediments" to .the transfer of
merchantmen, tankers and
others to foreign registration.
Meantime the "Ameri can
Committee for Flags of Neces Necessity"
sity" Necessity" headed by Earing p. Naess
sent a cable to the Interna International
tional International Transport Workers Fed Federation
eration Federation protesting .the, boycott.
The committee represents U.S.
ships registered in Panama, Li Liberia,
beria, Liberia, Honduras and Costa Ri Rica,
ca, Rica, totaling five to seven mil million
lion million tons of shipping.
The cable noted that tank
In Current Issue
The Canal Zone is featured
in the November issue of Re Retirement
tirement Retirement Life, a magazine pub published
lished published by the National Associa Association
tion Association of Retired Civil Employes
The article entllted "The
Land Divided, the' World Unit United"
ed" United" is bv Gov. W. E. Potter and
tells the story of how the Ca
nal came into being along with
an account oZ Its present day
operation. Eleven photographs
aif used to ilussraxe the anicie
including scenes on both sides
c the Isthmu?.
In the same issue, there u a
br.:ef article in the Cana! Zone
observance if the Roosevelt
"Retirement Life" is widely
distributed throughout the
United States among retired
employes of the federal govern
CRCfS: 075 0.40
1:00, 2:45, 4:40, :45, 9:00 imi.
. II All HA
ers, ore ships and dry cargo
tramps are not elegible for
operating differential subsi subsidies
dies subsidies from the U.S. govern government.
ment. government. "With high American
costs they eannot operate
their ships 'under ithe Amer-,
lean flags in competition with
foreign flag ships.''
The message added that while
registration under Panamanian,
Liberian, Honduran and Costa
Rican flags .might be a "con "convenience":
venience": "convenience": to European owners
"it is to American owners a ne necessity
cessity necessity if they are to .continue
to exist." v
The vessels controlled by the
American commit tee offers
wage standards and conditions
Adjunct To Early YMCA Here
No man toput a ghost-writer
between -himself and die public,
neither did Teddy Roosevelt con confine
fine confine his interest in the Canal to
big problems of engineering and
He had clear opinions how to
make the Canal Zone comfortable
for the workmen.
Chief Engineer John F. Wallsqe
had broached to the Isthmian Ca Canal
nal Canal Commission- the idea of bring bringing
ing bringing the YMCA, to the Zone. Teddy
thought it good, and on May 21-j
1906, wrote to Wallace's succes
sor, John F. fctevens.
Th Utter was not only M
Whit House stationery. It re revealed
vealed revealed why Toddy got things
don. Htf wrote:
"Permit me-to introduce to, you
Mr. A. Bruce Minear, of the
Young Men's Christian Associa Association,
tion, Association, who is to be sent down by
the YMCA as an experienced Sec
retary to organize xne Association
work on the Isthmus. "You, as a
railroad man. of course know the
admirable, Qrkjthe YMCA .has'
done amoiw railway men1 'and
moni all men of the same type.
In the rai'road branches there
are. for instance, more Catholics
than members of any one Protes Protestant
tant Protestant sect, a rtroof nositive of its
absolute non-sectarianr character,
"I think that nothing better
could befall us ron the Isthmus
than to have these YMCA oreani
rations flourish as they have
flourished on the railrpad systems
in the United States as well as
!n tha Armv and NaW.
"Of course, what they need Is
space and equipment. They can
Arrives In Brazil
For Brief Visit
RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 14
(UPI) Governor-elect Nelson
Rockefeller will fly in from Ve
nezuela Tuesday to begin a
brief visit to Brazil, it was an announced
nounced announced today.
Rockefeller will fly direct
from here to "Little Alligator,",
his farm in Parana province.
He will continue' from- there to
Sao Paulo to confer with Gov
Janlo Quadros and other, pro provincial
vincial provincial leaders.
On Thursday, the New York
Republican will return here to
begin a brief stay at a fashion
able beach-front hotel.
Pamphlet Tells How Colon Frq Zone
Saves Tax Dollars For U.S. Business
NEW YORK, Nov. 14 (UPI)
The colon Free Zone, started
ten. year ago In 1948, will han handle
dle handle goods worth more than $70
million, according to manager
M. Everardo Duque.
A total of 53,520 square feet
are now in use compared to
8,000 square feet of warehouse
space when the zone was first
started IrT 1948 the volume of
goods passing through the area
was -14,000,000. This has grown
500 percent in five years.
Duque said since January of
this year companies re-exporting
from the Free Zone have
had an additional advantage
granted by the Panamanian
government of a 90 percent dis
count in income tax on profits!
earned on aaJea outslda at Pan-J
"at least eoual to those of the
European maritime nations,"
the cable" added. "You cannot
therefore with any justification
describe them as being sub substandard.
standard. substandard. "Ships are not substandard
Just because wages and employ employment
ment employment conditions are not regu regulated
lated regulated by collective agreement
recognized by the Trwr.''
"A boycott on a global basis
as apparently contemplated by
tha ITWF would be a challenge
to international relations and
governments themselves and
cannot fail to provoke counter counteractions
actions counteractions of the most serious na nature.'
ture.' nature.' ;
not do anything with just one lit
tle room in which to hold a pray
"The prayer meeting has get
to come in as an adjunct te
reading rooms, bath-rooms, bil billiard,
liard, billiard, rooms, and general ar
rangements which will make ii
a practical club for young men.
Vlt would not be worth Mr. Mi-
near'a time to go down, nor would
I advise him to go dow save on
the basis of trying to make the
YMCA an attractive, wholesome,
decent club, to which men won't
have to be urged to go, but to
which they will actually go of
their own accord, probably with
the purpose of getting amusement,
but with the result also of their
own moral and physical better
"I hope that all that the Qov Qov-ernment
ernment Qov-ernment can do to help elong tnis
work .will be done."
' After that the "Y" came down
in force Construction started on
buildings at Culebra, Empire. Gor
gona. an Cristobal. For a time
there was a "Y" in Panama Ci
Later, as the construction force
grew, the Canal itself took over
many "Y" activities, and set up
its own clubhouses.
By the time the Canal opened
the. "Y". had become somewhat
inactive on the Isthmus. It re
mained so. until World war I
when in J918 the Army and Wavy
branch was asked to. operate
clubs for servicemen.
Since then, "Y" activity has
fluctuated as need arose. In 1942,
the "Y became identified with
the overall U.S.O. movement for
servicemen. This tie-uri still con
tinues with active, year-round pro
grams at the Canal portals of
Cristobal and Balboa.
A. H.-Hodgson, Secretary of the
Balboa USO-YMCA, made a copy
of Roosevelt's views on the early
To Monrovia, Cal.
R. S. Herr will act Canal Zone
director of posts during the ab absence
sence absence of Arthur T. Cotton, acting
director of posts, who left this week
for Monrovia, Calif.
Cotton is on emergency lave due
to the illness of his father and will
be absent from the Canal Zone for
approximately two weeks.
ama. At this rate taxes on one
million dollars would be $30,28$.
Main advantage of the Free
Zone, however, according to
Duque is not taxes but low cost
distribution,-" low cost skilled
labor and close control of area
The Colon Free Zone also
received a boost in a new 12--page
pamphlet written by
Walter H. Diamond, editor of
MeGraw Hill's American Let Letter
ter Letter entitled "How the Colon
Free Zone In, Panama saves
tax dollars for United States
easiness." r -.,;
The zonels described In the'
booklet as an ideal center from
which to market goods In Latin
America. Tha Praa Zona antlvi.
WASHINGTON,- Nov. 14 (UPI) iw America! Romaif Catholic Blahopg have etJled, n--rief.
ians of all faiths to move prudently toward complete racial integration,
The, Bishops said "responsible and .sober-minded Americana of all religions faiths,1n' all areas
of our land" should i'net quietly, courageously a pd prayerfully before lib "to late."- t'.
They deplore the "bitterness and hatred" created by the school integration i dispute. Bnl't&ey
acknowledged there are 'many facets to the pro Wem raised by. the quest ior-mial' Juatieev''
. "There are issues ot law, of history, of economics, .and of seiolo," the aid. 'hre Vm
questions of procedure and technique. There' are -conflicts in culture,,. Their Importance e do
noi aeny.7, :r
.mi Disnopa issuea uieir am-
matte call m a 1500-word state
ment released late yesterday by
the annual meeting of tlje U.S.
Catholic hierarchy, (
Two hundred and ten of the
nation's 520 catholic bishops
and archbishops are attending,
including" those from' Missis Mississippi
sippi Mississippi and Alabama in the Deep
Th churchmen said enforced
racial segregation in education,
housing, employment or any
other field 'cannot be tecoh
ciled'1 with, the ; basic christian
teaching that all men are broth-
But their statement stressed
that while every christian has-a
clear moral duty to work for to total
tal total elimination of racial barriers,
"we tirge that concrete plans -Jn
this field be based on prudence."
Meanwhile a legal VBattle of
FOUR KILLED IN CRASH
IPOH, Malay (UPI) Four
British soldiers were killed and
two others seriously injured
yesterday when two military
trucks collided in a rainstorm
near this tin-mining town; Both
vehicles burst into flames, after
Junta CJfiief Quits;,
CARACAS, Venezuela; Nov. 14
(UPI) Rear Adm, Wolfgang
Larrazabal resigns at' noon to-
dayiHe-.f; they junta that
has (tgovernedtvenezueia since
January to V run for .resident
m tne Dec. i eiecuon,
A successor for Larrazabal
will not be chosen formally un until!
til! until! a. few minutes before he re
signs. Unofficial sources predict
that Edgar Sanabria, a civilian
member: of the junta, will re
place the admiral as its- chief,
! friendly macaw at the Jungle I
Gardens in Sarasota, Fla., made!
it bard for Dennis Kyle, of j
Nettie, W.Va., to display his!
mibs shooting skill which re- j
cently won for him the title of
National M a r b 1 e s Champion.
i One of Dennis' prizes for win winning
ning winning the Asbu r y. Park!," NJ,i
'tournament was a ikee vacation ;
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warehousing, assembling, pro processing;
cessing; processing; refining, packingpack packingpack-aging,
aging, packingpack-aging, bottling, blending and
A total of 120 North Ameri American,
can, American, European and Far Eastern
firms are, now established In
the Free Zone. Diamond be
lleves that this number will
double; in the next five f.years
chiefly because of the Latin
;vi ;. f
The basic reason is its Ideal
locution and, close proximity to
the Latin American' countries
which buymore than nine bil billion
lion billion dollars worth of goods an annually;
nually; annually; four billion dollars
worth froauthe. United .States
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Auania- couia'. Dnnt; ueorgM
1 and -other Deep South mates
I face-to-face with the school
Integration issue next faJL
; Georgia's ; junior UJB. senator,
Herman E. Talmadge, predicted
yesterday In Washington that
Federal ourt rulings In two In Integration
tegration Integration suits will have' been
handed down by that time,
Just as fighting in and around
Atlanta proved to be the turning
point in the Civil War, legal
skirmishes .pending there could
set a paiiern ior ine luture lor
Georgia and her sister TJeep
Federal judges have promis promised
ed promised Negro plaintiffs an early
trial in the two suits one
asking admission of 28 Negro
children to presently all-white
Atlanta schools, the other ask ask-Inr
Inr ask-Inr that four Negroes be ad admitted
mitted admitted to the Georgia State
College of Business. Adminis Administration
tration Administration in Atlanta.
Ten Negro parents filed ; the
city school suit In January 'of
this year. .The .college "case has
been pending since September
1958 and a hearing has been ten.
tatively set for Dec. J.
Georgia law provides lor the
closing of any school faced with
integration, and for the estab establishment
lishment establishment of private schools to
nil the gap.
Talmadge declined to give, an
opinion as to whether present
state law is adequate to prevent
the mlxine of races in schools.
But he added: "I think many
roadblocks have already been
thrown in the path of private
Novia Stotia Community Faces Doom
With Companys Closing Of .Mines
SPRINGfflix N.S.. (UPI)-The
decision of the Dominion S t eel
and Coal Co. not to re-ctpen min mining
ing mining operations inj this disSster disSster-stricken
stricken disSster-stricken northern.!-Nova -Scotia
community of 7,000 brought a pro
test irom tne union yesterday,
On Oct. 23. a cave-in took the
lives of 74 miners. The days that
followed saw the rescue of ; 100
others, 19 of them after from six
to nine days of entombment in
the wrecked No, 2 colliery. A sim
ilar disaster in the No. 4 colliery
two years ago took: 39 uves.
The No. 2 colliery was the only
industry m the towh and pro
vided employment for nearly 900
William..- Marsh, president at
District 26, United Mine Workers
of America.: said "We acre that
the company should never re-open
No. 2 colliery., but we: disagree
with its ; decision to cancel opera
tions in tne. town. ;
Marsh said the company should
attempt to re-open No, 4 colliery,
the mine which was closed down
following the explosion of 1956.
He, also proposed that the com
pany continue exploration- work
on wo. 3 collier, a new coal seam.
Asked if the union would take
some action to prevent the com company
pany company from withdrawing opera operations,
tions, operations, he replied, "It will be con considered."
sidered." considered." (,
- Mayor Ralph Gilroy, the cou courageous
rageous courageous fighting force of the hard-
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.ADVENTURES AND IN INTRIGUES
TRIGUES INTRIGUES IN THE DAYS
OF THE FRENCH REVO REVOLUTION!,..
it- ;? vf
than apotst, bforo jyowseyee
"when singer-actrese. Abbe Laae
strikes fetebmg pose la a
leopard swimtu&at Lido Beach,'
oq the Italian Riviera., She
and her husband, JBantHeede
Xavier Cugat, were .aUending
the Yenice Film restMU
"nMit Wi-C6 W'il
luck mining town, spok witk
tears m his eyes
"It look like the and Spring-
Gikoy said there" had been "bo
offers from industries, to1 establish
in the commimity.' "We would
certainly welcome any thaf would
care to set up in ,this f town."
The colliery announcement by
A. C. MacDonald. executive ,vJce-i
president-of A.;V'Roe,.the parent
company, said: .'The .company
wui co-operate to the Dest,of ,jts
ability with the ".proper 'govern 'government
ment 'government authorities to meet 'the 'diffi
cult situation which tbo.plosing. of
me mne.wm, c,ause ,I0iprinBttii;.
"We are,,not going;;ffl,. ra-pnen
uiiwe mines ana senators, ,mm
ers to Hieir-fleatns;" said Mae-
uonam. "The mines are- tod' dan dangerous.
MacDonald left" the w'aypen
for, other 1 interests to carry .out
mining operations if the wishiid.
WI would give' pp1 our release
if another,- c&mpaBy,A wtietherr,it
do private ori' goyernmentv sup supported,
ported, supported, 'wants. 'to cany-vout.-cwl
operations," he said. -V
MacDonald made tbr statement
at a private meeting held ,ijr the
company's .office httf -fS
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