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ipiy Division Ujnroh leaders $
$ 'QSEVlilfctNTtNNIAlL. tOOKVafc Balboa-tor- a ioupie of 'oidtimers ai they staroll along
trip home. They are J, E Malcolm (left) ,who once worked h). General .Goethal's office and
Dr' Elbert C. Ryla of Michigan, who was on the Isthmus Ironf,1907 to 1911. Cadeta from the
Balboa1 High School, ROTC formed a smart honor guard.
PC didfimers Get Royal Send-Off;
So rt.eiSowy HeirvYis it Had To-; End
The Canai Zone bfd farewell
and bon ,voyage ,ioaay, io xne
bid-timers who have been vis-
past, week .for the Roosevejt
'V jlany of.ih.ose tayUi Uh
TlVOlt liuesii xiuuow-
Cristobal this inominir, by trairf
from Balboa i Heights Railroad'
station, Ther to se them off
was a,' group", of dignitaries led
by white-suited Gov. V E. Pot Potter
ter Potter and'many friends and well
An honor guard of ROTC ca cadets
dets cadets from flalboa High School
smart display on the
station plaiform ana stood stif
fi t attention as the old
timers walked between their
ranks to-board the train.
The visitors leaned out of the
train windows1 waving Panama
hats .and handkerchiefs as tne
tram rolled away."
This was the last ceremony
for the old-timers and the final
event of the centennial -oq-
When it reached Cristobal,
the old-timers boat, train pull
ed rleht into the dock along'
side the liner Ancon and they
boarded her without further
ado. The Ancon sailed early
this afternoon for the six-day
vovaee to New" York with old-
timers lining the rails, to get
a last look at the Isthmus,
fieventyfive-year-old : -Dr. 1.
bert C. Ryla, who, was 'on the
Isthmus from 1907 to 191V said
today as he boarded the boat
train, "We "have all had the
time of our lives and I ior one
aril sorry to be leaving. For one
thing, they tell 'me It's snowing
in New York."
" JOHANNESBURG, South Africs
(UPI ) A pokesm an for the Re Reformed
formed Reformed Church asked its congre congregations
gations congregations today not to bay Christ Christmas
mas Christmas seals this year because of
tha "disguised Roman Catholic
Propaganda in the stamp's mo-
The stamps,! which show the
Virgin and child are sold to help
the National Tuberculosis Associ Association,
ation, Association, which insists it is totally
' interdenominational. Th ,.Rev.
A. H. J eff rey James, secretary of
the Protestant Association in
South Africa, said the stamps had
"consciously or unwittingly be become
come become i an instruent f or popular popularizing
izing popularizing the Roman Catholic, deifica deification
tion deification of the Virgin Mary.'i,
Service Centers Ark Barely
. ON THEIR WAt GOV. W. E. Potter shakes hands with Cok
v' Hugh Mitchell, who worked as a telephone operator for the
Canal enterprise -from 1906 to 1911, as their; train left Bal-"
J boa, Mitchell and liis wife are going home to, Washington,
-LOS ,AWCiE.LLS lUri) Tne
battery -and drunkenness -.trial of
Gregg Sherwood, 34, wife of auto
executiveHorace D. Dodge II, rer
sumes today with a state attempt
to prove the shapely blonde fought
with four-- polica officers while
drunk. Aii. 26. ? i .'
The municipal court case got off
to a stormy start yesterday when
officer 1 Lawrence a. urown testi
tied the strap oil the former Show
girl's gown was hanging down
when she and Chicago columnist
Irv Kupcinet were' arrested in the
early morning on their way home
from a party.
Don't Look N&y. B ut They're Moving
A Panamanian 'itannlM. hnth vru.sht if'
ly employed, are looking for a new home In new neighbor
. In the past week: t "r",
i1?6. m nrmg a leak, leaving the rain to dribble onto
,r Iwfj Mch anno, be moved in the crowded apartment,
(Rent: $40, monthly) ,$;,A. , "a
The woman'a purs was snatched from her hand by two
Teenagers as she started to pay the butcher.:
A cooking chicken,, pot and all, disappeared from the
hot stove at her back doorj ; ,...,,
J The family laundry, fannr to'drV
m rdfc' t,,,.,yln JWted through sv window at.
: ter cutting the cord.
Farewell Was Sad
For One Oldtimer
Who Lest ?180
' It was indeed a bitter-sweet
farewell which old-timer Otis
A. Prltchard bid to Panama
today when lie sailed on the
Lmer Ancoti .with his construc construction
tion construction day cronies for New York
i His last day on the Isthmus
after his Roosevelt Centennial
Week trip was owrked byylos
ing $180, ;
Prltchard, 79Mleft some per
sonal papers including six $20
bus unaer his hat : on top of
tne closet 4n-his room at the
Tivol! Guest Hocse,
..Every night r.ft checked "to
make sure it was "still there
This morning it was gone. A
check for about $300 was also
missing. .'.'." .'i
Sftid Prltchard sadlr -this
morning, "1 figured' nobody
would think .nf InnVlnir imrtor
my hat for anytlilng. I have
reported It to the police -and
when I. get on the boat I am
folng to check -my oaggage
thoroughly, but I think I had
Dcuer say goodbye to th mon
ji Servica Centers: operated i br? he Panama Canal Comnanr
have bean going through a re-pricing program to cut losses on
many items, Gov. Wi E. Potter told a Paraiso town meeting last
night. Several people v in the audience complained of recent
price-hikes atUha eteta.;i.-:-Ti?io--v'-''' r-'ft- ;
The serrice centers. Potter tefealed. have not heen doin r
well financially, During the first four months of the current
fiscal year.thet have run barelr above the break
r.-n- I .lit 1 . .
kku w( TiuiDiuun wu acnievea xnrougn a new, ana more
ravoraoie, rinancing method. i; V!
:. .--..it',", if
This announcement brought
groans .irom tne audience
It was suggested from the
floor, that pending the construe.
tioniof the new theater the
equipment from the Cristobal
theater be used at Paraiso. (The
Cristobal theater is closed). Pot Potter
ter Potter seemed impressed by this
Potter also promised to look
into 'the question of replacing
plastic screens near the doors of
quarters with wire screens.
Miss V. Henry of Santa Cruz
said tenants have only a choice
of grey or green for interior
painting, Potter said the Canal
will live up to its commitment
of giving a wider color choice if
the. tenant pays the difference.
- On a proposal made over a
year ago .by Jefferson, Joseph
of the Rainbow City Council for
a renumbering of structures and
renaming of streets, no hope was
given, -s v 1 !
"I gave up In disgust," Potter
said, when he found it would en entail
tail entail tremendous complications,
including changing blueprints
of electric" stkI pr "ItfSfaTlM
Rather than slap on an overall
price rise on a percentage basis,
Potter said, I, executives 'checked
each loss-item to see how much
the centers Were losing on It. Bv
this method! it was found that
one popular item was still being
sold at a price established 23
years ago, in.:i935.
Unnappuy tor many custom
ers, Potter, pointed out, some of
tne most popular items are those
on which the? centers hava been
taking the biggest loss.
Centers In some communities
have to help carry others so that
all communiles can have rea reasonable
sonable reasonable service.
One resident brought up the
question of reducing the prices
of ice-cream tones, but pros-i
pects didn't look bright. i
one delegate specuiatea that
price rises might have been
geared to pay raises, but the
Governor made no comment.
' An unexpected feature of
the meeting aWas the presence presence-of
of presence-of a TV crew shootinr docu
meiitary material for a West'"
i German networkt They filmed
'aboot half a." ..IsW
been i. -Mi-i fy
Much discuss' J! i..
Hveabillty imp rovementsTTorpthat while the
wnicn 4fouersai0.o4,uuv s
Links With RP
; As' regular meeting betwen
Panama businessmen and 'ehUfs
of the Panama Canal SuddIv
Division to help Panama sell
more fin the VZone has been
proposed by Jphn J. Barton,
chief manager of the Supply
Bartfin said today that he
hoped the meetings could be
held, every two weeks. The sub-
jecd wouia De, "wnat can we
ao. w ueip you In business."
Since Barton assumed his
post f6ur months ago, he has
initiated regular weeklv nanel
meetings attended by PanCa PanCa-nal
nal PanCa-nal buyers, to which Panama
businessmen can brinar samnlesi
oi wimi. ;mey nave to sell.
vailabie,- in the current fiscal
year 1959. This includes $14,800
unspent from last .year. Major
Litems are:! -"v
Additional basement paving in
Jalousies for Rainbow City
quarters, $20,000. v ;
Hot-water heaters for severaf severaf-score
score severaf-score apartments -in Rainbow
t Potter revealed thatr
There are no capital funds a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable for walkway drainage
at Santa Crua school. But this
wm be put into the 1961 fiscal
year budget, i
' Playground drainage in Santa
cruz ana Paraiso will be inspect
Following complaints, improp
er drainage was found to exist
in the Porcona and Bifn Street
area or paraiso. It will be cor
A new theater for Rainbow
City is budgeted for 1960. It
will be a T-shaped structure
on St. Anne's Street, between.
Kandoiph Road and Jamaica
ventilated, The stage size Is to
oe s oy Z5 n., ,
Seating capacity is planned fdr
300 persons, but council dele delegates
gates delegates asked at the meeting that
this be raised. ' ;-
For Paraiso. a new theater is
not scheduled until 1965;
I) nit t d l-untf
failed 4a reach it goal, the
, Companv-Geverntnent organ organization
ization organization had run II nrcent
over its ouota, with $6467 in.
donations. ". J. v -He
cbmpllnientea' the -tattn
American School Glee Club for
its performance att the Theodore
Roosevelt bust "dedication Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. f' "t,'
When a suitable nirHrflntf foe
comes avpllable for th Plonws
foclil nd Pnortin- dlur tf Pa Pa-rMso.
rMso. Pa-rMso. the group will be inform
"Prefect, Cricket BpII" is un
der consideration, hut: the cost
of the ball is a problem.' Adult
recrationaI prorr8nufwerei dis discontinued
continued discontinued aboT't six veswiaird.
The Summer Kecnatirm Tnrd
hss been asked. tot reconsider
Paraiso delegate lEWs icawcett
announcei that when the civic
council deleeatea next mept with
the fJovernor he will, bring no
the "attitude of some neonle who
come to work' in ont.liomes and
our institution.'". Th Governor
said he wouM J( tlsd to dlscns
On lieV US Flag
Deep, Dark Secret
WASHINGTON, Nov, 19 (UP-I
How, the stars of 49 states
will be- distributed on the blue
field of the JUag of the Unit United
ed United States was deep official
..'cret tony." Final word' on the
-'ew will Tc j-e lir
r fA 4.. to
"White- Hotise.-'Presr secretary
James. C Hagerty announced
yesterday .that the special com
mlttee set up to consider rear
rangements of the. present six
by eight star field to include
the 49th star of Alaska will
meet with the President today
Hagerty: said they've gone
over about 1900 designs sub
mltted by private citizens and
interested groups and will dis
cuss the most desirable of them
with the President;
Here for Briefing;-
A group of Stateside union leaders is making omirK
HTw sSdy.Iour of the Canal Zone t0 PreP themsefvei:
Waje Law neCCSSa,y' 0ver the PP"icatidn of the Singlt
The union leaders, who represent nearly all the US
workers m the Zone, arrived Sunday for their week-lonj
It is considered bv a numhtr nf u-j- -'"ll
many clauses in th SingWage
enougn woraea ana leave loopholes which could bt in;
terpreted to the disadv.antage of U.S. workers. T
vmung- me aeiegates
J ames Campbell, p r e s i dent.
American Federation of Govern Government
ment Government Employes, AFL-CIQrJ ames
A. Brownlow; president, Metal
Trades, Department;? ;AFL-CIO;
William H.Jtyan, president, Dis District
trict District 44, International Associa Association
tion Association of Machinists, AFL-CIO;
Orrln A, Burrows,directort Gov?
ernment Employes Operations,
International Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO,
andEdWBM 'Hlris', f"rip'"'l or-
a! tef4. d Wh
jFaweett closed the meeting
with a tribute to .Tnfnh who
did not fun, for reelection. Faw Faw-cett,.praised
cett,.praised Faw-cett,.praised the otit'oinjr coun
cilman for 'splendid service and
unselflsh'-efforts" toward Im Improving
proving Improving community life.1;
Dr. David E. Finley, a com
mittee member and chairman
of the Commission on Fine
Arts, declined to say whether
the' committee has narrowed
down the choice or picked its
"It's strictly a White House
matter," Finley said.
Hagerty said ,, no attempt
would be made to 'make a final
declsioa today, but he expect
ed fihfl recommendations may
oe reaay ior me rresiaeni m
After1 that, the President will
issue n order prpclalming the'
new design, which will become
the official American flag next
Rufus Xpvelady, local spokes spokesman
man spokesman of the AFG1T, said today
from US By PCanal
'only two of the employes join
ing the Canal organization during
the period Nov. .1 through Nov. 15
were recruited in the United
States, according to the Person
that the visit is primarily an
orientation trip designated to
give ,the top leader a full and
true picture of th local sltua!
, Uvelady eaf theW!weri
jnanyworrylng clauses fa the
ViSr1 wordI f whlca
jnaae manv nrAiiAM
permlssiv, tner. than mant.
j-qatory..., -s "& t j r
t,Vl,cltud flius erf with. s
the merit ay-t p
,f rim "sliaii
' 1 '7 A
'get 'the 4
"deleted but c'.
They are Kierie Block, of Nan
tucket, Mass., staff nurse at Gor-
eas Hospital: and Raymond t.
Thompson, of ; Columbus, Ohio,
lock operator (wireman) with the
Locks Division, r
Employes lured locally are Wil
liam 'A. Aiello. of Providence, R.I.,
electronics mechanic with the El
ectrical Division: and Gloria Saltz,
of Cleveland, Ohio, clerk typist
with, the' office of the comptroller .-
Those ehiployed -locsly who
hive former Canal nervicit are
JbhftfH.: Diz:of 'Panama, clerk
with the Jlea 1th Bureau Aavle C.
Hasemann, of Ancon, clerc-typist.
Engineering Division: .Margaret
K. Morales, Ft-Monroe, Va.,
head dietitian, Health Bureau; and
Louise,.. A. Tate,!. Manama, retail
store supervisor. Supply and Com-
mumty service Bureau.
Afr T "-' f?
II- V';--, -k
n ai and le o'1Zl i..c'i n" J"y ?W ived at. Albrook aboard a Guatemalan Air Frw
- vitauonare (far lefti Armanflfi .Mrtr.na trHna f v.--..! ""'a"1' -".. '",,'8cs w, tne in-
Pe?satioCt,thn t??n w,th -:
S i n m say "tea
K bt"vll from tfme to
time" in- relation to the ratei N
He wanted the word -shall- gJE
stituted lor may,
He added "These leaders wffl
be in a much better position ,
now to present our case to !-Conress
Conress !-Conress if there is any an
fainiess In the appIicaUon of
hX "wtart0 hes i
Yesterday morning the deler al
wm, in company with CLU-MTC
officers paid a courtesy call on
Gov. William v. t
in the aternon they wer m
5th endd buslness meetings -v
Soreral Paclflc sld
thrre remnr of theek v
the group will attend fcther
functions both business and so social.
cial. social. Some of thw f.,. r..
include vmtaZXr :
MTC a discussion with Potter
?nnna' Zone-re givinK a buffet
dinner at the Tlvoli in honor of
Campbell and Mrs. Campbell
The dinner l. in coniunctio
with the reeulnr meeting ol v
L f'?.14Lwh,eh nomlnati
its 1959 officers. ?
fuban T Dh(jfj
leave (5 Dead
' HAVANA, Nov. 19 (UPIVFif.
teen Tenons have been killed here
n ,24 hours, anparentlv in clashes
between rebel sympathizers nd
noce lnoktn for the tnm
ners who killed seven natrolmsn -Id
a gang stvie' majsacre last
in. "'""han Marianao
The official announcement en the -casualties
said only that nin per
sons had been "toon dead" in
mannti0 na SIX III HHV1U BfOPS.
er. Such vaouni ,w v
deth, in Puh
that, the victim was shot hr olice
who don't want to talk abofit the
mciueni. ftt: :
In all. 23 nersnni hava km viii
ed In or near Hiviv n in
n a runnin? battle betweea pe-
lice and rebels . whicfr started '
wher i police killed insurgent lead-
er Ancel Ahneiplra- .ni i
The rebel radio :rmmtmA v..
day that insurgent punmen hijack
ea ine cnier or police's car this
week and eaptured .its .five ocrn.
pants not including the police
enieC it'.-;! t,,-.'; - ,.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1951
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lettors art facerves gratefully and are fcwdlW hi a wholly coMeaHal
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If yen contribute letter Han't be impatient if it does appear the
Mif slay. letters are publishes' In the aresr received,
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xpraiMa1 is letters fram readers.
THE MAIL BOX
ONE STORY, TWO VERSIONS
' There has been minor skirmishing in this column lately about
who should nave the opportunity to read what from the Saturday
Evening fust, on Canal questions. ... -. "''
J otter, for anyone who is interested, the following excerpt from
a story on Egyptian dictator Gamal Abdel Nasser in the, Aug. 23 is issue
sue issue of that same magazine t
"Egyptian nationalism was already his (Nasser's) real vocation
as student and as army officer; A whole generation of students,
yoftng army officers and writers were conbulsedjvith this emotion,
which, while pertervid and often idealist,, was strangely negative,. a
pur grievance nationalism. Even today it is difficult to find a book
on modem Egypt by an Eygptian writer which doe not xhaust it itself
self itself in a frenetic compendium ct British wrongs,;' t ;,,
"Yet the great British proconsuls Cromer, Kitchener, AHen AHen-Jby
Jby AHen-Jby were honest, hard-working men. Their motive for toeing in
Egypt was strategic, but British rule also helped bring Egypt the
infrastructure of a modern state good railroads, ports, bridges,
roads, sound financing.
"British attempts at reform were thwarted by the languid pre presence
sence presence of a cosmopolitan native upper class, its wealth drawn from
the land, eager to enjov all the fruits of modern civilization, but do do-ing
ing do-ing none of the work. At the bottom of the social pyramid languish languished
ed languished thefellahin. Nasser and the young officers of his frustrated gen generation
eration generation convinced themselves that if only the British could be sent
packing, Egypt oiild bloom like a rose."
Substitute a query for the wprd Nasser, Panama for Egypt.
Americans for British, Goethals or Potter or anv strong governor
for Cromer, Kitchener and Allenby, peon for FeUahin and there
emerges storv which students of the contemporary Isthmian scene
might read with interest, whatever their personal viewrwrit.
JOB FOR COUNCILS
Must have been pretty embarrassing for Canal executives and
the committee people who nave put out so much effort, to present
a sea of empty chairs to the men and women who came from Wash Washington
ington Washington for the big Roosevelt event.
, Whv was it so few peoole howM uo. unless tnev tan to?
In a quiet wav, the Civil Council might well sound out consti constituents.
tuents. constituents. Thpi" shenc" in vnlnm msv bp remembred wnen nlas
for this or that for Canal Zone neonle come ovr dek of he
nono- euests from Washington who got such an indifferent reception
Here werp 'wn high-ankinsr Armv off;c'K and one from the
TVnai-tment nf TWpnsp On nf thr Arm" nffiri?.'' 5 tllP IJprSOn
direcilv' rpsoonsib1 in Wa'nen far Panama Canal ooeration.
DM th Americans of the Canal organization turn out to give
Did the Lin American nn Hw Canal nav-nll, who have gained
SO mnv h?nW undfr ti. rn an't innmbnrv?
T)iH. the officers, nr the enlisted men. or the civilian employes
of tY" Armv?
The arwer to all thpse oursin" i '!No!".
True, vth weatbr kjoked bit, threatpfiine. bn bw oftn Hoe
bat Veen a Zonian from something be plans to attend? After all, it
(Bids' rain. .. viv"vVrv. a. .
fNo ni ifreteiiaroiWdipVt thbik yo,were JnVited. Plent had
l)fn,saWabfltit tht. i St .f J-"
'1a ktr tUm t,BM m) nt pst In Balboa Theater for
Mtfurirs; H,TJiateV !, and the amusing pageant written by
Mujjseiman ana Uerr. Were yon .mere?
. "4o not know that I can add much to what I hav already said
in m adoress at the Balboa Theatre last week, and In other public
Utterances Uuring tins celebration, l desire to reiterate my mania
to tne press of Manama for the many courtesies, accorded Mrs.
Thatcher and myself during our present visit. The celebration it it-elfiias
elfiias it-elfiias been of a brilliant character, and I must say that Gov.
William E. Potter, and the memorial committees, aided by the local
Sresa have turned out a very fine job in my judgment about the
estrthat has been carried out anywhere in this centennial comme commemoration.
moration. commemoration. he thanks of Mrs. Thatcher and myself, as well as those of
all the Roosevelt Metal .holders, who have journeyed here, are of en enduring
during enduring character, and 'all of us will always remember and cherish
to welcome that has been ours in both Panama and the Canal Zone.
Uur visit to the Isthmus has been saddened by the terribly tra tra-gic
gic tra-gic incident of the loss of an airplane with its occupants in the jun jungle
gle jungle or sea a few days ago. All of us join in tendering our deepest
sympathy to the family and friends of those who were lost. Two
years ago, when Mrs. Thatcher and I were here at the celebration
of the 50th year of the Tivoli Hotel's establishment, a like tragedy
occurred, and we joined in the general shock and grief that resulted.
: For Panama, and its people the matchers always noia tne aeep
est affection, and if our earnest desires might grow into fruitage,
the happiness and prosperity of Panama and all within its borders
would be assured. The completion of the Inter-American Highway
will yield a new asset to the Republic, and should be fully availed of.
The Free Zone enterprise in Colon is evidently doing fine work, and
wise policies and stable government, acting in cooperation with the
country s wonderful strategic situation and the magnet of the Pan
ama Canal, should make of Panama, in the not distant future, one of
the most prosperous and progressive republics in all of Latin Ame
Maurice H. Thatcher.
By VICTOR RliSfL
My exclusive for today is the
repo.t thai James R. iioLa, in
a Durst 01 ded cauon lo iree aod
open competition, is officially in
.ue anti racxeleering business. Re Reflecting
flecting Reflecting his genius or organ zation
James, the Kiddi, has, of course
set jp a subsidiary which is know
as. The Anti-Racketeering Com
m ssion (Do I heat, anybody say saying
ing saying that the percentages arc all
in his favor?) v
As befits any tycoon, his sub subsidiary
sidiary subsidiary is beaded by an ex-govero
ment jobholder (who had some something
thing something to do with nation il wildlife
as guarded by the Dept. of In Interior),
terior), Interior), Ando Ibere, of course, an
expensive executive suite with an
impressive addre:s 550 Esso
Standard-Oil -Striding, Washing
ton, D. C.
Should you want to contact the
commission's chief, his n&me is
George Bender. His phone number
is S ei ling 3-3295 You must phone
mm ear y ior ne is a oevotea man
now engaged in male ng the Team
sters a more pcrrect anion for. Jim
Hoffa, .... .
This keeps both Bender and Hof
fa busy. For they are seeking
crime and corruption in the Team
sters Union. They, just can't seem
to pin down any of "those ru rumors."
mors." rumors." And you know how compe
titors are. Ex-Sen. Bender has said
that b s commission is a do-it-your
self ou'fit and won't go nosing a a-round
round a-round that McClellan Committee.
So, it can be exclusively reoort reoort-ed
ed reoort-ed here that Hoffa's Anti Rack Racketeering
eteering Racketeering Commission has gone
right to 'he fource. the Teamster's
900-o4d locals. It is asking thesr
local off 'rials if bey,' by any
chance, have run into any tt'
eteering. If so, p ease let ex-Sen.
I have evidence to prove that
Hoffa's Anti-Racketeering Commis
sion is in bu'iness. On Oct. 23.
Mr. Bender dispatched a hi herto
unreported let'- to-all local Team
ster ch efs. It said, in part:
"Briefly, the Anti-Racketeering
Commission has been assigned th"
recDonsibliy of invesatins and
making recommendations with
respect to: 1) a H charges made by
the McQel'an Committee of rack
eteering in the Teams'ers Union:
2) infiltration of racketeers or
gangsters m 'ocal and interna international
tional international union offices; 3) any all'
ance with rackp eers or gangster?
at any level of the international
union or its subordinate bodies.
. .Our Commission is no white
wash commission. .The Commis
sion accepted the asignment in
that spir't. We have been given a
free hand. .
course .of. our investi investigations
gations investigations 'We-may lie calling on you
for furthei information relrting to
the activities of certain individuals
mentioned before the McClellan
Committee. We do not in'end to
take the Committee's word alone.
We want all the facts. .
"We would like to know if there
have been any cases of racketeer
ing or gangster at'iances in your
local, i .If there have been none,
ten us. .
Mr. Bender winds up by saying
to the local chief?.- some, of whom
know him well, for they supported
him for re-election 'o the Senate
from Ohio, by saying that he know
the boys are busy, but please write
It -.Corned -Out Hash' Every Time?
M' ''mm, ' J
Walter Wincheli In New York
I am an American residing Jn Panama and I can still re remember
member remember the high cost of our travel between here and the Unit United
ed United States before the Panamanian airline was flying this route.
Every fare decrease that we have enjoyed in the past two
years was due solely to the efforts of this small local airline in
offering low-cost, dependable servjeeboth to the residents of the
Isthmus and to tourists wishing to visit Panama.
Let's hope that the unfair competition of the large carriers
operating in this area does not force the Panamanian airline out
of business, with a subsequent increase in fares when it is out
of the aviation picture here in Panama.
v Apprehensive Traveler
WHO IS T.V. FOR?
In reference to his "few cents worth of gripes," I feel that
O-S (Mail Box, Nov. 17) has exercised one of his privileges as an
American citizen, or at least as a free person. That Is the free freedom
dom freedom of speech.
ow wny can t ne act nxe an American or ires person
noum, ina Keep nis mourn snui on topics snout wnicn ne quite
obviously knows nothing? For example, television here. The
programs are donated by various advertising end broadcasting
companies for the pleasure of VS. Armed Forces personnel. If
O-a ii military, he shouldn't looka gift horse in the mouth, if
he isn't military, the programs are not Intended for him anyway.
1 1 wonder if 0-3 is aware of the fine shipping lines and air airlines
lines airlines operating out of the Canal Zone or Panama. They can
take him anywhere in the world in a day or so.
i ne. onouia roe
We a'ways like to be of belo. So
if the boys don't w"ite. I know
where Mr. Bender can get much
of the information he seeks. An
parently he's overlooked one
source. I quote a crusading leuow
by the name of Robert Kennedy,
chief counsel to the Senate : acket acket-busting
busting acket-busting committee:
"We have never had anj com communication
munication communication or any reouest p a-
ny information from tne sofcaiied
Anti-Ricke eenna commision,"
Kennedy tells me, "We have ac
cumulated a considerable amount
of evidence on Mr, 'Hoffa aid his
partners. Mr. Bender is wikome
to a'l this.
"Whenever he is ready, Bender
can save considerable tinie. e-
nerev and Teamster moneylsimn-
lv by send'ng down the stmt for
this evidence and taking appro
priate action against Mr. Hoia."
A line on tnis evidence is re
flected in what Sen. McClellai re reported
ported reported some weeks ago. He paid
there were 141 Teamster officials
about whom his Committee receiv
ed derogatory information or tes
timony. Of these, 73 refused to
answer 3.044 questions on the
grounds that the answer! would
inc-iminate the union official!,.
Surely ex-Sen. Bender rememb
ers the address of the Senate! o'
flee building. He used to work
MIMOS OF A GIRL- FRIDAY
Dear WW: Pimcan McMartin,
the Canadian goldmine, taed a
bunch ef graen stuff at tha El
Merecce haa1 waiter end mumb mumb-Mi
Mi mumb-Mi "Give 5M to ef the
bays"n.Bi free shew at Laooa'a.
Hope HtmptenY tf,9M geld
lame dress sippar broka. Tth Tth-tch...Tha
tch...Tha Tth-tch...Tha ex-Mrs. Ted Williams
ra (acted a 5-figure win ti de a
book (with Intimate data Is) -bout
the baseball star. She pre prefers
fers prefers te earn bar living In Flori Florida
da Florida as a beautician. .Milton
Greene is trying eofly bard te
gat France ("Susie Wong") Nuy
en te team w th him a a his re
cant deal with Marilyn Monroe
...Hoy, look what Ratio found
in your Sept. Ith cel'm (the
first after vacation): "White
Housers aro confidant Nolsen
Rockefeller, wjll .win. New
York's -GVrnt -tfJirant-t by a.
tlendtlido And ..W be. eerieaa
Urvsidenat .tlmkt'W time t
J Mrs., McDennott. widow of the
moliceman who shot four men dead
in th Pintf.s.THh (Mom ha'itnn.
ped several bullets),' has retained
lawyer John Farrell. To. fight for
her pension rights, cancelled by
police high-ups i.;I hearsAlDertji
Miles,' the mgr:, of Executive Suite
(where sinful girls were1 iceused
of operating- under her alleged
madamship), ws one of the Our
Gang Comedy kid stars ... Robin
Ken, glamour- girl of the Gaslight
Club, was married last week -to
Paul Rao, jr the f6rmer. dist atty,
and son of Judge Rao.. .Harper s
Bazaar ed Bebe Am mid on is be-
ng very true to Mark Miller, actor.
Vi and I finally found out what
tnat ominous looking big green
truck is for parked along side
the Russian Consulate's get-awat
exit. Te take the diplomats' off
spring to and from private school.
Her friends hear strip star Temp
est Morm has a new ardent beau:
Herb Jeffries, estranged from bis
wrfe...Faul Hartman .of "Drink to
My Only" Is courting Undine For
happy news about Ben Bagiey,
producer of those Shoestring riev
ues." He is very ill New. late late-date:
date: late-date: Robert Morse of "Say Dar
ling," and Diana van der VUs of
wmej way; ...wayne tr. mqi
gan, the singer has: an admirer
who has;, a novel approach. Sends
her romantic reccdines by V an
other singer ? Ja'yc is niaaaqt a-
bout i rankeeee...Xhe reason you
can't make 'a lunch date- with
scads of Madison Avenue' execs:
That's -when they are' booked at
I checked the best-selling shows.
Neck and ,neck are "Pleasure of
His CoJif and r'Sutie Wong"; with
"Marriage Gfl Round very close
...Hear anything about the Met s
Mr. Bing considering Judy Gar
land to keep tne Met in-the .dead .deadlines?
lines? .deadlines? ... Sal Mineo't been tele-,
graphing, :4dote jroses daily aIo:!
Perkina' sister iitt 20th:s;; ,A&ie
Franks! ilmBuj-1 Ivlawyef'
Ed, Scolield' has" f alfen ior Mii
Walters. She used to go with Fran
Parker Friends of mine who
worked with the Rockefellers
(during the campaign- say they do
not annx or go in ior teg parties
in the literal sense. They serve
tea.. .Odd scene at Cafe St. Denis:
Cuba's Nena Aleman and writer
Ben Grauman acting like honey
mooners. They are divorced. Wert
wed 25 years;
"M Squad" had one of those
boners. The scene was Chicago
but they let some mountains show
..Robert Stein,-just up'd to editor
in chief of Kedbook, is the young
est major mag editor in years.
Just turned 34... I hear good things
about actress Paule Morris from
the "Mike Hammer" TV people
Hardest worxer they ever saw,
etc....They are calling that skinny
stripper at Tony Pastor's ''The
Vertical Hyphern"... Howju miss
the one about the big fight at Reu
ben s? Started when some bar
fly pinched the shapely hatchick
All 4 hard-punchers got awav ..
The lie de France will be scrap
ped next summer. In mid-season
no less... Hum "Just in- Love" and
ris'-' ...See wot I mean?
teenth .treatment by the Honey
Dreamers, who" can tt "Stardust
ChatClt"iMary Philhps, after, a
Frahkie- -and -Johnny1! popular
piace...iew Kerricxier-aDOut town;
Shows up at the Cotillien Room
(Pierre Hotel) nightly with 3 dif
terent eoriuss gals. He s a retired
furritt ...Mitch ;JMilier. the record
ingexec naa gone in for Yogi stuff
NoW'af,Jiafta: Stand, dn ya head
to get a record ...Francoise Saean
owns a piece of a Left. Bank night
spot at which she plays Maitre d
whpn tl CNt hnrerf It i oallari
xne itegine...un a waf iand 47th a
big Sign shows only a 'bell. It's for
the upcoming "Bell,Book and
Candle" picture...Life, ; year end
issue will star photos of chorine!
Ul' a way: )a tne mta street see
wr.i.Last week the Museum of
Modern Art Library featured "A
Trip to the Moon, fumed in 1902
In case you think science fiction
movies are.' new.. .Remember that
Cezanne sold in London for $616,
OOOt.The Wildenstein Galleries
(on East 64th) has one for Poor
Pipple. Only $86,000 ... Tell mc
something. Why does a dropped
pencil always land smack on its
point?. ..Those bus ads on TV are
wonders. The -buser toll along the
highways with absolutely no traf traffic
fic traffic in sight... Memo from a psy psychiatrist
chiatrist psychiatrist friend of mine: The plea plea-santer
santer plea-santer your voice is the more like
ly you are to have a well balanc
Bd personality; and the less plea-
. 1, I ,1 A .. 1. 11. 1
hoi ii is, uie greater, ur uxeu uxeu-hood
hood uxeu-hood of neurosis,
f iXaur Girl. Friday.
est, mainly M the Embers w.lJn-then the new tune f'Lonely in Pa
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,44 PANAMA' 1090COLON
fy DREW PEARSON
WASHINGTON -'A lot bi dick-i
shooter, who nave 'often shiver-
ed all day in the ounds wall ne to
bag a couple of ducks, wonderet.
wim jealuus envy how tftt Presi President
dent President was able 10 bag the :-day's
legal bmit' near Toledo in on y VO
miouiei, - ,4
They susDec.ed that -the blindi
were baited, which is aeainst the
law.- .-, 1 f
Hunters were especially susoi-'
cious because they remembered
the furor kicked up by Sen, John
Br cker of Ohio wuen oiue of his
friends were arrested in the same
a-ea tor baiting the b inds. Bait-
ing. duck blinds consists of scatter scattering
ing scattering grain on .he water outside of
bi nd in order to attract the
duck and, in 1955. U.S. Judee
Ralph U. Freeman gave -one of
the atiffest duck sentences in his
tory to one of Bricker's-friends.
Maurice Koeher-of Toledo, fo fo-baiting
baiting fo-baiting blinds. Kocber got a 500
fine, a six months tusoended sent
ence, and two years on yrobat on.
It was largely as a (result t
Bricker's objection .to'1 the miata.
tory game treaty with Canada
that he introduced the Brirker a-
mendment to the Constitution
which would -have-overridden the
President's power to make -tr.a J
ties w thou the approval of the
48 states. Bricker wanted. Ohio to
have its own duck treaty... with-
Canada. .. ...
So the spot where Ike bagged
his legal limit in such a short lim
is one of the most "controversial
duck areas in the USA. Hence the
suspicions. i v
However, this column has ihb.
ed into the facts and is convinced
mat, Ike violated no rules or laws,
that no duck blinds were baited. ;
What the Toledo Cedar Point
Club did, however, was to bar all
nunters nrom the best marshes for
about a week before the President
shot. Thus the ducks zot accust.
omed to feed ng there. -- :
Ibis was Why Ixe was ah'e to
bag the limit in 90 minutes on Fri
day, and ijtwo-houri jabvla
minutes tne next Saturday, morn morning,
ing, morning, 'l'' ; :
ATTttf w-watch; -i
i he most dramatic moment f i
tne Chicago 1952 Rebim can con.
vent'on which dominated Eiseii-
nower for president was a Sneeeh
by Sen. Everett; Dirksen, the Illi
nois Kepublican; blasting Gov.
Tom Dewey,, two-time .GOP .no .nominee
minee .nominee for president.1 :, ,
"Do not take,nis dowff th: Mil
the stentorian'SenatoiS- from '1W
nois in urginiriithatth'efeDublie'
ans not fo'lpwj peweseadaAd,!
The Dirksen blast was f hi mM'
vehement perhaps ever delivered
pupiiciy agajnsrf .nign iRepuoflc1-
an by' another Remihlicin
Six years.we! :pae.dj,ani)
gain- un qutHipg jjussen jna f-ae
diminuUveDewey; t"kH t"kH-This
This t"kH-This time Dlrksen tek to be
come Republican leader of the
Senate, reniacing Bill KnOwland
of California. This time Dewey, re
tired from public office but still
active beh'nd the scenes ; may
havo the power to block him. -Dewey
now. has four of his own
- f .- .- V., i' r. j "j i
Senators in the-U.S.; Senate. And
uiey are'eading the backsiage
move io ueieai Dirksen as Sen
ate GOP .eaderi The four in the
Dewey -tbie arer Jacob, Javits uf
New Yprk end Jien" Keating, tne
newly, elected Republican x om A
New. York; Cuf ore Case of New
Jerey and -Hugh Scott, newly U
ecied from Phuadelph a. and one-'
time .campaign manager for Dw-
The battle .against Dirksen, how-
ever,, goes, much deeper than an
feud with Dewey. -It goes to he
basic question of whether the Re- v
publican Party wi l undei Rocks 1
feller be liberal or conservative, y
cling to the old Taft crowd or
wih the r old Teddy Rooseve J :
i. aUo goes, to the basic quesv
tion of whether the tired old Re
pub icao elephant needs an Injec Injection
tion Injection of new "blood,
1 ; IMPORTANT, BATTCI ; i
The young turk Republican ilib
erals include some excellent men
Norm -Cotton of New Hamp
shire, Tom Kuchel of Cal forni,
Lev Salionstall of Massachusetts.
Frank Carkon-of Kansas s 1
But the Old Guard f Republicans
have ,;3eniority;r -prestige,',, and the-
power of encrusted tankv, i ney in"-
elude Sen- Styles Bridges of New-
Hampshire. Bourke- Hickenlooper v
of Iowa, Barry Goldwater. -of Ari.
..Their ranks have been.deolefed (
by -the. exit, of .such old-t:mers as
Bricker of Ohjo, Maione of Neva
da, Jehher. of Indiana,- 3ut : the
are Still strong and ihey' are not
anxious to bow to the young tufk
liberals'. -r ft 9 -1$ &J
So the battle may "become just
as important as the spUf be.ween
Northern and Southern Democrats,
Significantlyjf Vice-president'' Rich
ard M. Nixon hsv thrown his
weight behind- th young turks.
This itistirpris'og, Decauseittust4';
of them are Ruckefeller men, and
thekCpit pattle of the next j two
years is expected to be between
Nixon and Rockefel er over who
gets the I960 presidential nomina nomination,;
tion,; nomination,; Despi'e this,.: NJxbn.f hQfd'ng
a se?ies-;oI7)rlv8te post-mortems
Over he-election', defeat, has hiade
It clear? fhat the GOP "elebhant
needs young blood. : r 3. .fi x
He demands -that the young young-turki.
turki. young-turki. must af least haVe good
committee assignments, young
Democratic: senators, he has point pointed
ed pointed outi received excellent pommit pommit-tee
tee pommit-tee posts ironr Senii Lyndqnr John John-son,
son, John-son, andy young Republicans must
get tetaiIbreak. Thiy ;must
not be, shunted to' aninor-ttdilnit
Hvn of who iU read ,1ne 'Senate
Itepublicans. But itliidicates the
ifgy the wind is 'blowinfcin a
backstage; name wmcn may mane
ftfewpl'ks when' It fetsut :Jthe
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INSTALLATION OFFICERS' The Installation ef newly elected Off Icert'tor Post No. l of'
the American. Legion was celebrated on the Nov. 8 at a dance sponsored bf ft'Joint ommlti
tee friran; the Legion Posts and the VFW; On Nov. 9 a barbecue sponsored' by PM No. was
held at the Policeman's Park, onvthe Atlantic Side. While the crowd enjoyed good' food, the
officerswere' sworn in -by-Nick Olsen a past Commander of the Panama Canal; Zone Depart Department
ment Department In thephoto showing the swearing In are, from left to right: Olsen; Edward .pannach.
Tjroxv for G. A Ward master-at-arms; Richard W. Detore, chaplain; Luther J, Quinn,-.?d
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'bSnN, iSerminy, Novj 19. tUPI)
mm, George S. Milroy,.n.AmericanUi(j Ipe th church puts him to
tourist held for one month in lwork.'"
communist East German jail, jud
todav he believes th oeoole who
beld him captive are "dedicated
and, disciplined communists."
muroy,' w Aan mow, juiui.,
who. was arrested on espionage
chareea when siehtseitt 'dnEat
Germany,- said the communists de
finitely attempted to use mm as
a political hostage. a
' i :
"Towards; the end of my stay
I felt- that the German police- got
the-Jdea I was innocent but I
felt', that they then tried to make
business wm me,:' he said.
They tried to- use me as a
'means of forcing the United States
to recognize their government."
'Asked if he believer th East
Germans re 'tru. communists.
Milroy' said, vhei fepple';jwere
dedicated and 'disciplined commun
ists between 2i and 25 rs old.
They were u mort' jndoctirnated
than a Nazi could, ever be."
Almoueh't lot I kind of semi-
kid-glove treatment, I 'must say
wis was -mexworsv experience in
- Milrov made Mi remarker in als
first private .interview witb'.news-
PHILADELPHIA John -Cardinal
O'Hara, en being named-
cardinal by Pope John XXIII:
."The funny part, about beine a
cardinal is that oon after -.they
fire; a man in this country for
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84d PANAMA 1090 COLON
NEW YORK Gen. Albert C.
Wedemeyer in renewing his caTl
for breaking relations with the
Sqviet Union and eliminating it
from: the United Nations:
' -"We must indicate clearly to
the Kremlin that we are not go going
ing going to yield, or bend a knee, to
CHICAGO Confessed killer
Charles Melquist, 23, when asked
by' police liwy he smothered pret pretty
ty pretty Bonnie "Leigh Scott, 15, and
left heriJKw in forest preserve:-
"I justfol't know."
NEW Y0ltK--Bei;nard Baruch
ift warninV&at inflation must be
denounced sreguterlyK like sin or it
will 'idestr ojfr natron :
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I Ih British Ambassador and Lady Henderson entertained
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rMvtaa Ambassador and Mrs. de Marlategul.
TOhTiiestebicluded the Ecuadorean Absado, :uUj
aefeloneayo, the British Ambassador to Ecuador F. H. Gamble
nff Mrs. Gamble, Rev. Dr. Donato Squicciarini Mrs. Lus Guar.
ilde7Mende, Mr. and Mrs. Erasmo de la Guardla, Mr. and
Mrs. Senato Oxores, Mr. and Mrs. GuMermo Herrera y Franco
knff Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Biggs.
f 5 Ambassador and Mrs. Gamble are house guests at the Brlt Brlt-,
, Brlt-, isb Embassy here.
bills, wis presented to the fuest
The coffee table wis decorated
and, white tapers.
(More photos on pace six)
Hone Pat Maren
; pksioran won the award for
4jhehnmber showing the most
improvement at last night's meet meeting
ing meeting ifrthe Isthmian: Toastmasters
Tins-award is made t each meet meeting
ing meeting encourage progress in
speech assignments in the public
f lilloran demonstrated the ru ru-lmrts.
lmrts. ru-lmrts. of golf in bis remerksi
Thef :nest meeting of the Toast Toast-masters
masters Toast-masters is scheduled for Dec. 2
at the Tivoll Guest House. Furth
er iniormauom may oe oihbio-
ed from Cdr. S. E. Taylor, wavy
Despedida, Baby Shower
Honors Mrs. Orapp"rhaus
Mrs. Eugene S. Shipley enter entertained
tained entertained at her home at France
Field yesterday at a farewell par
ty and baby shower honoring
Mrs. B. H. L.' Gmpperhaus of Co
Ion, who will leave soon for Hol
A corsage, fashioned of dollar
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Marias caaaet be accepted
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The Diaoio Heights ParenTeach
er Association will meet this eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 In the Diablo School
svmansium. Representatives ol
the special education department
will be guest speakers.
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Refreshments will be
during a social period.
Book Review Section,
Mhs. John H. Reading win De
hnntess to members of the Book
Review Section of the Canal Zone
Collebe Club tomorrow morning
at 9:30 at her home, 5474, Christ
mas Heights, Cuirundu.
Mrs. Joseph Koslosky will be
co-hostess, and Mrs. H. I. Horns
will present a "review on "Israel
Today" by Ruth Grubeh.
Naval Officers' Wives
The Naval Officers Wives Club
will meet tomorrow at 12:30 p.m.
tnr luncheon at the Fort Amador
nffip am' club. Guest soeaker will
be Col. Charles 0. Bruce, heaim
directoh of the Canal xone.
Ifninht al Calumbus .'
Thp recular business meeting of
Archbishop Maizteeul General As
sembly, Balboa uouncu wu, wm
h hpld Fridav evenmg at 8:15
Th nrMram. which Will be of
intrit tn a memoers. nu dccd
arranged by William Bowman and
ninifm will receded the busl
ness, meeting at the Tivoli Guest
HdUle at :Up.m. d ?
GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
A local record firm has a brand
new album of gongs by Paul Ro Robeson.
beson. Robeson. They're probably waiting
for an appropiate time if any
to release it. V .George Sanders
can start writing his autobiogra
phy with assurance. One of the
widely circulated ladies' magazin magazines
es magazines has put in lovely five-figure
bid for first serial rights" to the
memoirs. .Now. it's official, kid
dies, lit and Eddie fan clubs have
cropped up,. with' 'lapel buttons
showing them trading adoring
glances now standard stock In the
Broadway novelty shops.
John Ringling North is 25 pounds
lighter thanks to a diet consisting
chiefly of grapes. J)arryl
Zanuck's intimates will bet mere s
absolutely no truth to the reports
that he has asked h i wife for a
divorce. .Jackie Gleason has a
show business version of the FBI
quiring talent agencies o see
where those stories aooui mm ana
Buddy Hackett being unhappy are
comma from. Of course putting
Buddy on the snow wouia oe me
quickest way of stopping tne cnat
Judy Holliday is unlikely to win
Arthur Murray's gold medal tor
charm and cooperation. The
thine she told him when she walk
ed out on his TV show!. . And
speaking of hassles, don't forget
the feud between composer Frank
Loesser and his protege, Moose
Charlap, who couldn't agree a a-bout
bout a-bout the forthcoming 'Whoop
Up'. .Perhaps it's just a coinci coincidence
dence coincidence but Paramount's stock hit
an all-Hine high the day after the
first preview of DeMille's new
blockbuster. To e Bucaneer."
(Incidental, the casting log of
that flicker weighed two pounds
more than the script: there were
12,160 players in it.)
Actor Dirk Bogarde is suffering
from double pneumonia.
Agent Lloyd Kolmer hat return returned
ed returned to the ranks of the eligibles
He and starlet Lori Nelson, once
sure-fire matrimonial bet, have
decided the continent between
them it too formidable for ro
circlet it pierced ears just: one.
Tne beret crowd fias gone zonif
over dangling earrings. .Actress
Virginia Grey, once famous : for
her romance with Clark Gable,
has found a new adorer. Count
Jose Valmeseda . The Steve
McQueens (Neile Adams) are i
pectins a baby. .' The Peter
Townsend film may be shelved if
a re-shootmg Job absolutely ne
cessary, they sayj in view of his
amateurish approach to the sub
ject provet too expensive.
Tne Miami Ueacn cavalcade of
Stars promotion it optimistic: they
hope Brigite Bardot will prove
how much the hates Holtywood by
working, a one-higher in Florida.ni.
Late flash from the cinema front:
'The Blob f will out-grost r 'The
Fly.' It t shaping up as the top
science fiction chiller-thriller of
the year in theatres all over the
Paul-Muni't deal, on "The Last
Angry Man' gives him the right
to approve choice oi supporting
players a privilege rare in rum-
dom. .Marlon Brando's tr ends
say he never sees Anna Kasha
any moreV buj he manages to
drop in for a peek at the baby two
or three times a wek. v .Jack
Webb is getting offers .to do a
straight dramatic TV show, and
although he used to say "Nothing
But Dragnet,' he't considering
Nat King Cole's closing night at
the Copacabana was as exciting
as most openings. Aside from ta talent,
lent, talent, he has that wonderful show
business attribute-aufhority. In Insiders
siders Insiders say the Defense Depart Department
ment Department is sitting on a story involv involving
ing involving recent -mysterious disappear disappearances
ances disappearances of ships and planes due to
Red testings of ICBMs and other
Impresarios in this area say
Maria Callas is 'prcing herself
out of the market.' They dig her
talent, but her performances
haven't been sensational succeses
at the box; offices, and she still
demands ah arm and a leg for
appearances. .(But jeepers, why
doesn't she try using a little eye
Ingrid Bergman's new reiaxeu
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Thatch
er and 29 other Rooseveit Centen Centennial
nial Centennial honor guests, most of whom
are Roosevelt Medal Holders,
were to sail .for JSew York today
aboard the Panama uner Ancon.
Thatcher r- who it the only surv surv-ivine
ivine surv-ivine member of the Isthmian
Canal Commission was a guest
speaker at the special meeting of
the Isthmian Historical Society,
one of the highlights of the Canal
observance of the Tneoaore noose noose-velt
velt noose-velt Centennial -a ;
Other Centennial guests return return-ins
ins return-ins on the Ancon are Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Baldwin; Martin
J. Cain: Mr. and Mrt. 5. U. car
keetr George E. Carkeet, Sr.; Mr.
and Mrs. Carl J; Clapp; sMr. and
Mr. Warner H.' Clapp: Andrew
w. Dewline: Miss Florence M. Dil
Hin! Mrs. Cecilia Doyle; Jamel
t r.ilhort: Mr.-and Mrs. J. Wend.
e l Green; Mr. and Mrs. Carl P,
Hoffman, Sr.; Mr. and Mrt. Theo
dore W. Hoiz; Ben jenains; sw
phen Utchford; Jamet E. Mai-
rnl .r,A Mr Hiich Mitch-
ell; Mr. and Mrs. John J. Murray;
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Pater-
son; Otit A. Pritehett; Mr. nd
Mrs. Albert J. Redway: Dr. El
bert C. Ryle; Mr, and Mrs. Frank
M. Sawyer: Henry j. scnwaien
berg: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tebbs;
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice ,H. Thach.
er: Mr. and Mrs. Frank S. Wich
man; Mrs. Edith R. Wi'lson; Mr.
and Mrs. David R. Wolverton;
and Col., and Mrs. Daniel E. Wrignt
i Canal- employes booked for New
York are Mr. arid Mrs. Kennetn
R. Atkinson and their three chil
dren; Edward J. Duffy; and Fred
The wildest new fad In far-out attitude was demonstrated the
itt ntews and entertainment
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renorters to explain her engage
ment to Lrt scnmiat. ne avow avowed
ed avowed that -there were two important
foundations: for their romance;
first, they're both Scandinavian,
second, they both aaore fancy tooa.
When one of the interviewers ask'
ed if mutual love came in third
Inmd laughed and tat d,
you're talk'ng about horse races,
love won the race before it even
Nurses", at London clinic were
fascinated by the toy Bobo Siglrst
Juarez lugged with her when 6be
checked out the other day. it was
a pink elephant so enormous she
could scarcely get It through the
door with her other packages, lne
donor, presumably, was her cur
rent suitor, Kevin, Mcuory.
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Two CZ Gouis Jo Become
Scouts At Bridge Of Hdpor
Burda. of Aicon.will receive tha.
national award for him,4 si the 1
youtn Is now attending scnooi in
the United States. Judge Guthria v
F. Crowe will make the presenta- i
Ition for the national headquutert.
Gettiiig Up Nights
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Two young men will receive!
their Essie scout awards tomor
row at a Canal zone council court r
and bridge of honor to be held at
the Tivoli Hotel.
The new eaglet are Chariest
Rentz, son of WO Medicut D.
Rentz. of Fort Kobbe; and Llew
ellyn Zent, Jr., son of Llewellyn
Zent, of Curundu.
Rents is senior crew leader of
Explorer Post No. 18 of Kobbe. I
wane tiCm is senior paixoi jeaueri
of Troop No. 7 of curundu.
The court and bridge of honor
will begin at 7:30 tomorrow. The
two new eagles will receive their
awards from Gov. W. E. Potter oil
the Canal Zone.
Thirteen star scouts will receive
awards of their new rank from
Joseph A. Wertz, institutional re
presentative bf the Balboa Lions
Club which sponsors Troop No. 7.
President of the local scout coun
cil, Brig. Gen. George F. Schist-1
ter will present six new life scouts I
wiut their badges.
Carl Widell, chirimaa of the
council leadership and training
committee, will present a gold
paim awara: wntie silver paim
award will be given by Sergeant
Jack Morris, as a member of the
council advancement committee.
RudolDh Burda Jr. will be re
cognized with a National Court of
Honor certificate ofr heroism for
saving young James Trimble from
drowning on Aug. 22, 1956. The
two boys had been swimming, in
pool at uavid when James. :
Young Burda't father; Rudolph
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Opening1 lead 9-
North's raise to two1 no-trump
was a rock-bottom minimum and
with only 16 points South prob
ably should have passed, but he
looKeo at ms tnree ten-spots and
aeciaea mat tney constituted suf-
ucieni aaoiuonai vaiuet ; to 1 war
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with South. The habit of playing
oanas at two no-trump it a bad
one. With luck you maktt'i three:
with bad luck you may not be
aoie to majce -your two:
When the dummy, came down,
South wished he had stonned
short of game. He could count
eight sure tncks and needed a
spade trick for his ninth, mean
while. East and West might be
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ed low, South played the ten and
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J : J j a m . .
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and South false-carded with the
ten, spot. Back came the tlx of
spades and again South falie falie-carded
carded falie-carded with the jack.; West took
bis tea.' and led a ihird spade,
whereupon South wit able to
gatnef in the rest of the tricks.
Q The bidding bat been:
iSoath Wert Nortb last
;1 -Pass. 1 ':' 'Ps
I2N.T. Pass .3 Pass
,3 Past 4 P
You. South, hold: t v
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THI PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDEFEKQEKT DAftt IfWSPAPE
Nationalists Get New Assurances
US Will Resist Formosa Aggression
"MOKE RAVISHING THAN EVER my dear Mo thlr Dalton" fawns the villain, played by Ruther Rutherford
ford Rutherford Rivet, as he kisses the lady's hand in the re hearsal picture trom "Curse You, Jack Dalton"'..
The 1960 melodrama was pressented -qn the streen this morning in 1 pre-showihg for ttte Canal Zone
Junior College.- The comedy opens the season, for ihi s year, and is presented by the class in dramatics.
The mother -will be played by Carolyn Despain.-,The "Lily White", young hero of the melodrama Is
east to Bruce Spurlock, while the villainess who also appears in the above photograph is played
by Jo Ann Hart. Others appearing in Curse You, Jack Dalton will be Eileen Damerau, the heroine,
Mildred ,Gibbs; the rich young lady, and Carlos Mergers. The butler-in-disguise. The entire pro production
duction production is presented by;Subert Turbyfill,' director of college speech tind drama. Cynthia Orr is
? assisting the production. L
TITVVT fclvw 1ft tTTt)T Km.
tionalist China disclosed today k
had received new assurances from
President Eisenhower that the U U-nited
nited U-nited States will stand firm in
ease of aezres&ioo in the Formo
sa straits and elsewhere in the
wona. : 1 ----
The White House pledge was dis
closed as Communist Chinese ar
tillery resumed shelling ; against
the- Quemov islands under Pip
ing's self-proclaimed plan id alter alternate
nate alternate day warfare.
: Eisenhower's reassurances were
contained in a letter tor the Tai
wan Ma gazine Publishers Associa
tion written on behalf of the Pres-I
ident by Lw;ien Agniel, press at attache
tache attache at the American Embassy
' The 'association wrote the Pres
ident Aug. 25. two days after the
(juemoy bombardment started, to
express hope tiiat the United
States would atop tse communists
in the' Formosa atraiU. 4 u
VTbe sentiments ezDressed there
in are certainly appreciated," the
reply authorized by the wmte
House said, "and I believe you
wiU agree that me aeuons 01 tne
U.S. government in the interven
ing time have indicated that the
U.S., in keeping with its policy is
standing firm in, the face of ag aggression,
gression, aggression, -not only in the Taiwan
straits but over .the world."
Soviet Spy Sobla
Back In Prison
Alter llerve Illness
NEW YORK. Nov. 19 (UPD-
Russian spy NJack Soble, treated
for a "bad case of nerves" re re-suHmrfromstifytasrt
suHmrfromstifytasrt re-suHmrfromstifytasrt the per-i
jury trial of an accused acconi-
puce, was released irom a nospi-
W yesteraay ana returnea 10
Soble was originally believed to
have had a heart attack last week
after completing his testimony in
the -case of Mark Zbohowski, on
trial for alegedly? lying to a
grand jury toe 'denied Know Knowing:
ing: Knowing: Soble. "
Zborowski admitted from the
witness stand yesterday that he
bad been a Russian spy ana naa
passed information to Soble be between
tween between 1943 and 1?45. But he said
he knew nnn tnen .wily as Mm.
Both.sides rested in Zborwski's
trial yesterday and summations
were to 1? deXvered to the Jury
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BAGHDAD. Nov. 19 (UPD -I-
raq has formally, terminated the
concession 01 tne urttisn ownea
Khaniqin Oil Co. and announced
it will take over the company's
oilfields effective the end of the
The announcement jesterday,
signed by Minister of Economy
Ibratum Jvuooa, saia tne acuoa
wai taken in line with terms of a
concession agreement concluded
on Dec. 25, 1950. The concession
was to have run until 1996.
Khaniqin Oil Company is an An-
gio-uaman suusiiuary ivukq puu puu-cessed
cessed puu-cessed oil from northern Iraq fo
hpme. consumption in this coun-
Termination of the concession
marked the first move taken by
Iraq's revolutionary government
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Moscow Warns West
To Quit Sending
Arms To Mid East
LONDON, Nov. 19 (XJPI)-Mos-cow
radio today demanded that
the west quit sending arms to
the Middle East on grounds that
the shipments kindle "war pas
sions" between the Arabe end Israel.
An English-language broadcast
bvan junidened commentator,
heard here said 'Wfct M ..km
iTnrdan is beine intensively armed I
by the IT.S.A. and Great-Britain
1$ iraugnt wmn j 'serious uouo uouo-quences."
quences." uouo-quences." '
The broadcast added that "due
to the : existing feelings of hostili hostility
ty hostility between Jordan and' Israel,"
the shipmcnta to Jordan would
leadt to irnarmamnt' race.
"Israel' .regard th '..delivery of
arms "to Johdan as a pretext for
abundantly supplying its own ar ar-mv.witih
mv.witih ar-mv.witih the latest military equip
ment," the Broadcast said. "See "Seeing
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dle Middle East countries will also be
drawn, willy-nilly, into the arma
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Social and Oik
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Carnival Dane Class Dane Studenti Hiva Fun
Tanight At JWB-USO At Saturday's Jambarea
The Carnival Dance Class will
have another session this evening "Let's Dance" were the magic
at 730 at the JWB-USO in Bal- words that won a prize for Louis
boa. The instructions are being Fontaine at the dance jamboree
given by Luis Tovar, and are giv- Saturday evening, given for Har Har-en
en Har-en during this season in order to nett and Dunn students who have
have the students adept at the completed the basic course,
naavt dances beiore carnival sea
son. A sidelight on the entertainment
was a hula hoop exhibition by
All servicemen and their de- Kathleen Chandler and Bonnie
pendents as well as civilians liv Mattice, with Bonnie introducing
ing on the Zone or in Panama are several innovations to the twirl twirl-invited
invited twirl-invited to attend. i ing.
Gergas Patitnti Guests j Medal winners in the jitterbug
At Legion Bingo Party j contest were Rebecca Fall, Dale
The American Legion and its Clifford, Judy Costello, Donald
auxiliary, units one and seven, Chesson, Virginia Austin, Bobbie
entertained patients at Gorgas, Rupp, Eddie Lynne Lowande, Rog
Hospital at the monthly ouigo
pafty in the Red Cross lounge at
Uie nospiui. frizes 01 useiui i i-terns
terns i-terns were presented to winners,
Homemade cakes and reiresh reiresh-ments
ments reiresh-ments were served af.er the bin bingo.
go. bingo. Hosts and hostesses for the eve evening
ning evening were Mrs. Mary E. Becker,
Mrs. Barbara Maroh1, Mrs. Em Em-meline
meline Em-meline Thomp5""1, Srr. 0' t'
B. Thompson, Mrs. Alice Chedes Chedes-ter,
ter, Chedes-ter, Glenn Cheoesler and oko
er Hoenky, Bonnie and Terry Mat
Dick Brown, with his mother,
and Kathleen Chandler, with her
father, captures the prizes in
Exhibition dances wehe present presented
ed presented by Tommie Rettie and Steph Stephen
en Stephen Hume, Sheila Holcroft and
Andrew Hinley, Carol Kapinos and
Billy Coy, Harnett and Dunn.
First otf, the final results of
the Hall of Fame voting have
come out and are posted on the
bulletin board above the drinking
While on the subject of the
yearbook, we might mention that
the deadline to have your pic pictures
tures pictures taken is Saturday, Nov. '2.
That is this Saturday, so only a
little time is left.
Our swimming party promises
to be a whole lot of fun and food
will be served! The, witching
hours are from 7 to 11, and the
place is the Albrook swimming
pool Friday night. Shy stay at-
homes, here's your chance to join
the tun with no, or very little, fe
cial formality involved.
Congratulations, Cristobal High
Scnpol, on your championship!
However, JC will nudge you out
next year, if hope has anything to
do with it, so enjoy it while you
DJ'i Bill Black and "Bill Dolan
compiled the following list of song
hits and submitted it to me tor
publication. Ana, please, any com
plaints, repercussions, and or
notes of appreciation shoiua be
airectea to tne two guiUy parties 1
1. "1,000 Miles Away", Helen
2. "Jo Anne", John Morton
3. "Heartbreak Hotel" The girls'
4. "Hernando's Hideaway", The
5. "I'm Walking", Bill Gibson
6. "Terror of highway 101"
7. "Moose on the Loose", Ken
8. "Short Fat Fanny" Gladys
9. "Bird Dog'' Jim Selby
' 10. "Nn r.hnmiao' Plpane" Forest
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his plea that high tes. gasoline
made him drive aster than the
30 mile per ,hour limit.
uiwuue puwers, ne saia in a
letter to the court.
"It made me travel at a high higher
er higher speed when the accelerator
pedal was in the normal position
for ,30 niph."
two raiher ungentlemantly DJ's
"Poor Little Fool."
Familiar scenes around JC: Lau Lau-reli
reli Lau-reli Butters and Annette Rentz
trying to snare people into card
games. .Jim Selby lighting the
coke machine--and losing. .Bill
Gibson and Barbara Bishop would
make cute couple. .Judy Mc Mc-Cullough
Cullough Mc-Cullough telling about her skin skin-diving
diving skin-diving excursions to a wide-eyed
audience. . "Rivets" trying to
live down his speech about how to
hunt alligators or is the croco crocodiles?.
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JS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER ii, MSI
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ffirStar Studded Tfeains Prepare
Fq Big Thanksving Eve Game
Tftootball teams, both lib lib-eral&prinlcled
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talea4railable from among the
foufeparticipating Canal Zone
griduadv started drills this
weelc to "preparation for the blg blg-gestflfoDtball
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veailbo4 Stadium on Nov.
26. Trils Jlrst- annual Canal Zone
Ali-lirsgame should provide a
thriHlnfinish to a season that
overawed with thrills and up up-wtssueul
wtssueul up-wtssueul featured Cristobal's
frst lone championship In Ca Ca-jal
jal Ca-jal Zone tackle football.
The two teams were selected
by theCcombined coaching staffs
from-Cristobal, Balboa, Canal
Zonl Junior College and., the
Athletic Club andfor the lack
of a' better dlscription, will be
called the "Blue" ana tne
"White" Ail-Star teams.
The problem of training
the All Star game will be
iiiol fnr nnp as it is for
other. Because most of the play players
ers players are from the Pacific Side,
ttorkouts will be held at Balboa
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pre rA tne. XI-53SI MY
Stadium. Each team has six
nlavers and one coach from
Cristobal; this, and thp ; fact
that the Athletic .. Club.' players
work and cannot he free for ear
ly afternoon practices, makes it
necessary to hold sessions at
night. Consequently, each team
will have approximately four
workouts prior to-the TnanKs TnanKs-giving
giving TnanKs-giving eve classic.,
This column picks the Blue
team to win this '.lirst annual
event bv a margin of two toucn-
downs. Their backfleld Is easily
the best with the; three top
ground gainers in the past sea season.
son. season. Phil Cage, the leader with
504 yards. Carl Tuttle and Keltn
Kullg had, a grand total of 1198
vards gained on the efound. ..
LendlrwMjnore power to tneir
backfield,-the-"Blue- team ac
quired Joe, Reynold Balboa's
first string quarterback, Bill
Rankin from the Athletic Club
and Joe Cicero, also from A.C.
Jack Corrigan, who punted 13
times for 46 yards, or an aver average
age average of 37 yards per kick Is also
in the backfield for the Blues
and Phil Case ranked second In
that department, though he
punted only 10 times all season
and averaged 33.6.
The "White" team's line is
somewhat ., better in the overall
oicture. But the Blues are not
lacking there either. Russ Favo Favorite
rite Favorite was one of the outstanding
tackles and an excellent line linebacker
backer linebacker last season and then
there are Irl Sanders. Gene
Birch, Burt, Mead, Dirk LorrtPdi LorrtPdi-co,
co, LorrtPdi-co, John Feldt and Bruce San Sanders.
ders. Sanders. This grouD should be more
than enough to shake their out outstanding
standing outstanding backfield free for a
couple or more scores.
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. Though this column feels that
the .White team's backfield ranks
second in this All-Star event,
none can deny that they; are an
array of outstanding gridders
that could capitalize' On a slight slightly
ly slightly stronger and more experienc experienced
ed experienced line.
Tony Dyer, Bob Pearon and
Louis Taber, all from the older
Athletic Club, give 'the. White
team plenty of power In the
middle. Add the names of Jon
Snodgrass, one of the top school
linesmen this year Charlie
Rentz, Tony Wbmble, and Mor Morgan
gan Morgan Schoch and you find the
reasons why the White defense
on the front walr could upset
pre-game predictions of a Blue
Their backfield consists of
Charlie French, fourth ranking
ground gainer despite" having
missed one game with an "ankle
injury, Don Humphrey, one of
the top quarterbacks In school
ball and sixth wgnest m yaras
sained rushine. John Boseman,
a strong fullback With plenty of
power who smashed his way
through this year for 147 yards.
Don Alexander was a snimng
light in an otherwise hapless
Junior College team and won
this writer's selection as the ah-
Canal Zone quarterback. His
record on the ground was Poor
only because of a weak front
wall, but this JC star can run,
throw and was worth his weight
in gold for the Green Waves
punting 24 times lor 753 yaras.
Dewey Whitaker did the same
kind of a Job for the Tigers and
will also be seen in plenty .oi ac action
tion action as a line-backer on defense
for the White team.
The Blue and the White are
evenly matched on the end posi positions.
tions. positions. The Blues have Harry
Keepers as their No. 1 end and
Jose Crooks. On the white team
there is Balboa's Tom Cunning Cunningham
ham Cunningham and Dave Adams, a pair of
equally good pass receivers. The
White team leads at center with
the two top men in the league
this year, Balboa's Morgan
Schoch and Cristobal's Jim Pa Pa-lumbo.
lumbo. Pa-lumbo. And don't overlook a pair of
freshmen, both selected to play
QO,Jtb,S White, sqvfad. Brian
Lutz from Cnstonal, one ox tne
best first year men this writer
has ever seen on the Canal Zone,
plays equally as well and as
though he had more experience
than he does, at a tackle, end
or in the backfield;: Balboa's
Dick Ness of the Ness .football
family showed plenty. of ttuff
for the Bulldogs, doing frequent
relief stints. If there was, an to toward
ward toward for "rookie-of-the-year,"
these two grldders would stand
out in a blaze of light.
The picture summed up from
this corner looks like the Blue
team much stronger In the back back-field
field back-field and the White team with
a slight advantage on the line.
Blue should show well on of offense,
fense, offense, but could run into trouble
as the White seems to have a
slight edge on defense.
Regardless of this column's
prognpsticatlons, only one, thing
about this game is not complete completely
ly completely unpredictable; and. that is
that the proceeds collected at
the gate will all go to the United
Fund drive still striving to Teach
its goal though growing ever so
much closer. This game, one of
the top classics offered ln;iocal
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Underway Tonight; Four
Clubs to Play This Year
The men who keep the Panama Professional Baseball
League in motion officials,
keepers, and the rest or them
they took care of last-minute
season off tonight at the Olympic Stadium at 7:30 with
a game between the champion Carta yieja Yankees and
runner-up Marlboro. ; t 1
Headed by President Ernesto de
la Guardia Jr who will trow
out the first ball after inaugural
ceremonies, and Canal Zone Gov.
William E. Potter, a sellout crowd
has been predicted by league
president Raul Aran-o, who has
guided the destinies of the loop
for the 13 seasons of its existence.
Aranso is also optimistic regard
ing good fan support throughout
the 72-game campaign wnicn enas
Feb. 5. His hopes stem from tne
enthusiasm, that has -been evident
since it was announced several
months ago that there would be
four teams in the circuit this sea season,
son, season, and the all-out efforts spon sponsors
sors sponsors have made to build up ros rosters
ters rosters with talent mostly from the
hieh minor leagues.
The Code Kings is the name of
the new team which along witn
Carta Vieja, Marlboro (ex-Chesterfield),
and CerveZa Balboa will
play is Panama, Colon, and the
interior cities of David, Chiriqui;
Aguadulce, Code; and Chitre, He He-rrera.
rrera. He-rrera. Catchers Billy Shanti and
Lten Kellman are repeat pilots
for Carta Vieia and Carvoza
Balboa, fi rospoetively; Stanford
Graham will b back to pull
the .ttringt on MfM Marlboro
torn; and rocalvor Lot Podon,
who makos his first Ippoaranco
in ..that loop, j will skipper tho
Tonight Shantz and Graham
will use substitutes for a total of
three regulars who, have not yet
arrived on the isthmus.
Second-string catcher Tom Pat
ten and .pinchhitter Gerry Thome
will see action in the Yankee out
field for Whitey Schmidt and Bill
Kern; and flyhawk Bobby Pres Pres-cott
cott Pres-cott will fill in at third bast for
an as yet unnamed player the
Smokers are negotiating tor.
Righthander Jim' Umbricht
(Carta Vieja) and Humberto Ro Robinson
binson Robinson (Marlboro) will be the
opposing opening hurlers.
The probable lineups, follow:
Tony Bartirome, lb
Bill Parsons, cf
Spider Wilhelm, 3b
Dave Jacobs, 2b
Eddie Napoleon, irf
Alonso Brathwaite, 2b
Pablo Bernard, ss
George Altman, If
Bill Gabler, lb
Hank Mitchell, cf
Marcos Cobos, r
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managers; plovers;' grounds
nustiea about today as
details to get the 1958-59
Umpires for tonight's contest
are Dal Thornton, Willie ffinas,
Willie Williams and Lew Hilzin Hilzin-ger.
No game is sjsheduled.. for to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, with the Cdcle
Kings set to make Its debut a-
gainst Cerveza Balboa Friday
night. ' ". r. w-r
yesterday directors of tne
league, umpires, team managers
ana representatives met at me
Olympic stadium 1 and discussed
ground rules and other matters
Pilots were reminded that they
would be' automatically thrown out
of a game if .they approacneff
home plate to argue' balls and
Groundslteepers had the diamond
In fairly good shape considering
the heavy rains tnat;' nave neen
falling recently.1 xne worK nas
been Under the direction oi Ani
bal Macarron, pro at the Pans
ma Golf Club:
Prices for' the games are 35s
cents, bleachers; 75 cents cover-'
ed stands and i oox seats.
tSU Tops UPI
NEW YORK (UPI1 The Louf-
siana State Tiaers. a band Of
night stalkers who make their
first 1958 daylight appearance
next Saturday, remained No. 1 ta
day vin the United Press Internal
uonai major couege iuuiubii rat ratings
ings ratings -with two weeks left to de
cide tne mythical national cnam-
ine unaeieatea-untiea xigers,
who have swept nine night
.... .. ..-
games, received 23 first place
votes and a total of 309 points
from the 35 coaches who rate the
nation's teams for UPI. The Ti
gers meet Tulane in an afternoon
game Saturday probably to ac
custom their eyes to sunshine for
a New Year's Day Sugar Bowl
date in New Orleans. .
The Aif Force Academy. sue-'
prise team of 1958, made its first
appearance in the toplio. Texas
Christian landed in the Select
group for the first time since the
first week of the season and Ohio
State moved back into the top 10
after knocking Iowa out of the un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten ranks in a Big Ten wing wing-dins.
dins. wing-dins. : 'v.' K
Ohio State's triumph caused
s h um e among tne .powers
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On American Legion Baseba
ktrm reouiremenU hava taken
their toll on American Cegion
junior jsaseoau. ui au xne pay payers
ers payers who took part In Junior base base-hiiii
hiiii base-hiiii during th 1958 season. .60
per cent are being rretired', be
cause they are overage.-
American Legion Rules for
loxQ Hnnlfttr-tha.t in order to
mikimu in innlor baseball, boys
must be bom Beptemner i,
or therearier. -
t, hardest hit Was". thi Orange
Klst team wh& lost 43 out of
their regular .15 players. Moanea
Chuck Wilktos; manager of the
Canal ZoneChampions, "I got to
start aU over!"
.. ah fiv teammanfteers have a
fm-mMnhia tusk farina them In
getting their squads Into shape
for tne seasons opener acueu acueu-uled
uled acueu-uled for the early part of, Janu January
ary January 1
in addition to the players
lost by orange Klst, Westing-
hnnu-th MITlTinr llu. H.1SO TMI1
whtiri In the number of replace
ments with 11 oi tne team nav-
lnjr; graduated. Spur coia iaces
th; lUffimiit. task of replacing
nine, while El Panama Hilton,
needs seven and Panama Insur Insurance,
ance, Insurance, who got off lightest ot thp
league,' required six new regulars.-
iirhan i nnn4nnri tn hOW
this-will' effect the competitive
Spirit OI Uie league, iruaiucoa
tjttt trl renlledv
"Of course we will miss the boys
who have graduated. However,
here In the Canal Zone we al
ways have youngsters coming up
wno nave oeeji piayuig
cu lU"OV- wwi m
they started, school;, The Idea of
tumor DPeDai IS no ncccoaai i-
team, but. to nrcvlde a baseball
tViot oofio a an A
sportsmansrap, iean oyuiy.n
a sense or lair-piay. ;
. Tryouts for Legion baseball are
scheduled for this coming Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. At Balboa the tryouts will
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CLARENCE (ACE) PARKER
. Ace Parker Was"!! All-America
fnnHuii'TdivM- it Diike. an all-
league halfback among the pros
ani : nana Anoiiffn in oaseoau u
make the majoF Jeagues for twcr
seasons, at uuxe, ranter ,was
one of the aaudn's leading aces
for "three seasons una wouno up
ill lo as a iiicuiuci ui uic vui vui-PrAo
PrAo vui-PrAo All-Afripricn backfield.
n iftinpfl thn nm fn'nthall Brook
lyn. Dodgers where he became ah
all league oacK m- nis secona
campaign nd found 'time' for a
bit of shortstop duty with the
low 38.; Philndelnhis Athletics.
After Navy "service he managed
minor league- uaseoaii teams tor
a', time. ?
Whatever happened to Ace
ParkerT Now 46, lie is in his 10Ui
season as offensive backfield
coach at Duke and coaches varsity-,
grouped behind LSU, Army, third
last week, replaced Iowa in sec second
ond second place while Auburn advanced
from fourth to third. Oklahoma
moved from sixth to fourth. ',
The Big Ten's "6-1-1" teams-
Wisconsin, Iowa and Purdue Purdue-ranked
ranked Purdue-ranked .5-6-7.-Texas Christian was
nicrhth. Ohio State- ninth and the
Air Force Academy tenth.
Syracuse neaped tne secona 10
group with 52. points. It was fol followed
lowed followed by .Notre Dame, Northwest Northwestern,
ern, Northwestern, Mississippi, Southern Califor California,
nia, California, Rice apd Olemson in that or order,
der, order, Mississippi -State, Florida,'
Oklahoma State.? -California' 'and
Pittsburgn ued for I8th. o other
.. ''...,. ....
the fastest setylcr
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one pye open.,. 21 .19
Gutter Gala :. 204
Martians yi.si. ,ia
Roses and Alley Cats 17
Broadsides 9 Lucky Dreamers 1;
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,Here ;was sa tussle-worthy .of
the two top teams la .the league.
A duel where every pin was
needed, and where nerves were
taut, and 'when it was sill over
the Brbadsides occupied the top
seat of the Coffee v and Donut
In the first game, the Broad Broadsides
sides Broadsides picked "up the winning
point by 6 pins, fhe second game
was a carbon copy of the first,
and in the. last act, the Lucky
Dreamers got a few breaks and
managed to take it by one pin..
Three k e 1 rettes Vof the
Broadsides were admitted to the
5C Society, 1 Bettys McCldud- i 507v1
Mabel Leslie 518 and Shirley van
Osdel 512For the Lucky Dream
ers, two gals were the standouts;
Anne Hill with- 553 and Eva Lee
529. '.-'" "sw""'
r OnefDye Open Deaiitles Stf.
The Beauties dazzled the One
Eye. Open quintet; nd sent to:
the league secretary three win
ning credits. It was late in the
morning that the Eyes, opened
and smacked enough pins to
take their solitary point. .Miml
Metzger, apd f Daphne l-Jjauer
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Alex Webser and tackle Roose
velt Brown are listed today as
"doubtful performers" for the-
isew i Yoric Giants' next game
against the Washington., Redskins
Sunday... Webste still Ss limping
from j an injured right ankle
Brown stui 11 suffering from' diz
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Injured list to make room for
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teatoed up for the.Beutiei and
lead them to their victory; Miml
had 522 handicaps ana Daphne.
538 handicap; The One Eye open
Damsels also;had;,another f one'
and that one 'was one bowlsrette
to roll over' 500 iertes: W Wott
,f gutter, Gals.t MartUnaJ'
The Gutter ali picked then
selves up and smatked the Mtt
strikes andi spare i :ti:win tha
first ound'by'2S-sticb.' But at
the; uiornini' ttewiong'er: ; tha
Martian Maidens t lbnger,
and swept the remaining: pomta
into the.4wtncmmnv-mv-ii-i,-'V' a
Although ta sixth place? tha
Martians aifa rdyaix garnet out
of first and a5 wlnhlng streak
could bring them up the ladder
of, team standings,- The' Gutter
Gals had two-belles, Kay Colbert
549. and Maxe wpamtf that
tried ; to prevent the .-. spankinsj
the Gutter-" Gals took,; and tha
one whp did the most spanking
was BeverlyJackson with her
'334 handicap.. : . ?" -j
i. Alley Cats ), The Rosea J
This was a red hot Issue to de decide
cide decide who twas to go into the cel cellar,
lar, cellar, and for two! hours all friend friendship
ship friendship was set aside ahd it was a
battle of survival. The 'Cats in.
the .cellar .succumbed ; to the
sweefe acenjted- Rosegibjrj three
ipjns.."-' --geK.-fj'' :;i; hiJii':
ifThte licklne aroused the' Alley
Kittens ator gueati heights and
they fcaptured ,vthe 'balance; N of
the pttat. whtt it was-ail over
both teamsswere tied for last
place;': ; .M
' Both teamfchad three- i alssto
make the weekly 4honorsron jfcf
yblling :;ths500iseriesv' Dolores
Taylor 552, Mary xund 535 and
Marge X Hick,) 52g, And fbi the
Roses, Dolores Castro 5 16, Anita
Passohs '513, Ftan Holtslandet
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1958
7 .AMADOR MEDALIST--. Lieutenint Colonel'"-James A. Moor,
right, Fort .Amador post -commander,-' presents Ma.: Gen. Charles
L. Dasher, commanding general USARCARIB, a trophy for win winning
ning winning medalist honors in the 1958 Fot Amador golf championships.
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'Baseball's H-bomb against com
vetitive aeerftssioft is a 'social re
form. Specifically, the player pen-'
t ion fund. And u uie iuna ooesn t
make a third -big league impos impos-,bie,
,bie, impos-,bie, it makes it xc-icdi:i-i.f im improbable,
probable, improbable, - ; --
: Any tBlk ot an independently
operated third big league that fails
ten trfU out pension provisions r.ay
fivwly dismissed as rhetorical
shadow boxing, for the playe to today
day today wants more than salary; he
also want? security of a sort,
L Perhaps Bill Shea, spokesman
for the Mayor's committee, has in
mind a golden feathered angel who
is ready to contribute $20 million
mimmum to the cause of cong congruous
ruous congruous baseliall in our town; if this
earnest, industrious citizen hasn't,
he'd better drop the subjact im immediately.
mediately. immediately. 'Since brother N Shea does not Ap Appear
pear Appear to be au courant with cur current
rent current developments' we submit the
following "foifhls' c6nsMeratid:'
The fund was initiated in ''4T.
From that -flaw 1 Hwougir va, it
received ill- millioB and through
57, '$8, and 'additional $4 million.
By '61 $8 million more is due. r
The odds are 100-i against a third
league of this character ever,' get getting.
ting. getting. of the launching pad, but for
that in some fantastic way it did
manage. to- get off.,, .How, then,
Tould the sponsors! go about set
ting vp a guaranteed-to-pay pen pension
sion pension plan?
Free-handed angels are more.
commonly captivated by Broad Broadway
way Broadway leg shows than sluggers in
sweaty uniforms; o: source
they can be counted out. Baseball
has built up its'fund- on World Se Series
ries Series and All-Star game TV fees,
plus gate receipts from the latter.
A competitive league would ob obviously
viously obviously have nobody to play in a
World Series, and an All Star
game, comprising players the
fans see every day, anyway,-would
The slavers'- economic position
has improved so mightily it would
be fu.tlle to look for reas reassuring
suring reassuring parallels. And since the Fe Federal
deral Federal League challenged the ma majors,
jors, majors, some 40 years even though
the invaders had no pension to
compete with,, they stUl couldn't
make it; only a scattering or neaa
liners jumped for the higher pay
Where Are the Fans?
Brother Shea, In -outlining his
fantasy (we can hardly wait to
see the Atlanta Cokes play the
New York Pickups in the Mayor's
new zillion dollar1' stadium), in
dicated the' Drocram has ths in
- dorsement of an important big
This was taken, to mean Branch
Rickey, of the Pirates,; who na
been pressing for a third league,
inisae or -outside, -organized base
ball, Rickey's selling points are
the population Increase of 75 mil million
lion million since 1901 and the clamor of
growing cities for major league re representation.
presentation. representation. 1- 1 f -It's
true the country has grown
enormously. Equally true, thjere is
a fresh market for franchises. -But
seriously open to question is the
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' -. tu.a. Army rnoto;
inference that baseball interest has
necessarily kept step with popula population.
tion. population. ...
Philadelphia, Boston and St.
Louis, formerly to-team cities,
are down to one. Washington, with
probably five time more people
that it had in 1901; plays to empty
stands. Cleveland, booming other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, is. precarious.
The answeq we think is this:
Population will" always be sec secondary
ondary secondary to the quality of the pro product.
duct. product. '.' -. f.
I -1 Forget Third tagu
Even. Rickey 'Concedes there
aren't enough players to staff
three big leagues. (Actually, not
enough tq staff two.) ''But the fans
in Minneapolis, Toronto and other
large hemisphere cities where be
interested primarily in competi competition,"
tion," competition," is his quixotic' panacea.
This is another way of saying
the uhiform is more imoorbant
than ability'' that if you put a big
league 'label on a ballplayer the
fans wont 1e- able to tell the dif differences.
ferences. differences. Misrepresentation is not
am untaiiing approach' to business
success but maybe in baseball it's
, As for our own situation, it ?eta
curioser and curiouser.
When we had a chance to keen
aawaietJJNow,we are. running
rouna in circles, wotning can come
of, tht) third league,- absurdity.
When and If the NL expands to
iu, we n get a irancnise, and not
Th Atlantic Twilisht Ttauhall
League has scheduled a meeting,
1 their first of the year, for Monday
night, Novs 24 at, the Margarita
Service Center, The meeting will
be open to the general public and
all fans, interested in the survival
of. the Gold Coast baseball loon
are urged to attend.
It is herom in ef omnifont that
that there mieht h mhmrtte nt
players 0 make up the three or
four team that UriH hm rsnniroH
to get the league. back into ac-
uon lor tne ia58-5 season.
So far only two teams have ex expressed
pressed expressed a desirn tn nti into th
league and they too are a bit
snortnaiMMi nn ivuMahi tuiont
For that reason players, prospec-
uve pwyers as wen as anyone who
is interested in taking part in the
league, are invited-to be -there
Monday night at 7 o'clock.
There has been some talk around
local amateur baseball circles a a-bout
bout a-bout the possibility of organizing
the Atlanhc and Pacific Twilight
Leagues into one league with two
representatives from each side of
the Isthmus This natter is also
expected to come up at Monday
nisht'i meeting, ami nw ntr,;,,i
.from the Pacific -Side league are
also uivnea 10 oe on nana. 1
Any information regarding the
league can be obtained by phoning
Trevor Simons at r.rintnhii a.ian
Captain Finley Meehan and
young Robin Morland got off to a
fast start in their semi-final match
of the Mido-Multifort watch tour tournament
nament tournament at he Brazos Brook Coun Coun-ry
ry Coun-ry Club.
. They were opposed by liie teen teenage
age teenage team of Keith Kenway and
Larry Wilder ,who were picked
to win because of their outstand
ing play in previous rounds com'
Dined with the f act that they were
receiving 7 strokes.
Meehan and Morland were one
under par after four holes ot olav
which gave them a 3 up lead but
aenway ana wuaer quickly reduc reduced
ed reduced the deficit by takint! number 5
and & boles where they received
stroKes. However, they lost num.
ber seven to go two down and then
came back to number eight where
they received another stroke,
It seemed fhraiirh thv umiMi
go 2 down again" at number nine
where they were in the rough with
their second shot but Kenway hit
a food recovery ahnnt thirtv
yards to the left of the green and
from there Wilder chipped the
fourth shot dead for a par and
a halved hole, v
Both team's played indifferent
eolf on the back nine whir won
al short mitts were miscari hut in
the final analysis two long putts
by Robin Morland a fifteen fnnt-
er at number 14 and' a twenty twenty-footer
footer twenty-footer at number 17 settled the
matcii wnicn ended on number
18, two up.
Mer French and vtmnt Raka
Marquard continued to display
their f ln f firm frf nrvimit rnunric
during which they were never
more man one stroke over par at
the conclusion'" of their matrhoa
They defeated George JRom and
nanK ueitapj 9 and and m doing,
so they had 2 birdies which enabl enabled
ed enabled them to again, turn in a medal
score 01 one pver par.
French will not be available to
Dlav this weekend so th final h
been scheduled for Sunday, Nov.
mi ana it snouid be a close affair
with Meehan and Morland con
ceding lust one stroke to their com
The winnen. will tich u!yi
handsome Midn Miittifrtrt wth
while the runners up will take
home some silver plate. These
prizes will be awarded riirht aftr
the match bv Lino Sanfilliimmnf
rs 1 1 w. . r .
iasuiio 1, jranama agents tor Mido
U 1 AlVUfl. llll.," -i.u1A3K
Cuba's bantamweight champion
Orlando fIjpartH ..j
leading Panama 118-pound conlen conlen-der
der conlen-der Hector Hicks will meet in a
ten-rounder at the Olympic Sta Stadium
dium Stadium Sunday night. ,t
Reyes, who has (Jbeen Cuban
monarch for, over eight years,
arrived nn h Tsft,m.
Sunday morning and began train-
mi i us wauonai Gym Monday
Sunday's bout will K ttu
encounter against a Panamanian
mm- we moan.
He deeiainnawl fimiu s o
tamweight champ Melvin Bourne
ivua ana wmDie name .in
Havana m 1955, and dropped a
verdict to 1 local. 118 -jpound king
Edwin Sykes, also in Havana, lait
The Vinitir himaa fw
to cbaliLenge Sykes for a return
muxKii m ranama.
Hicks. an nHfaat vi.
voun ester whn hm. mm
H-aigni ngnM, took a unanimous
bout a month ago in his last out out-in6.
in6. out-in6. He is anxious for a shot at
Sunday's six' round semifinal
brine's together foatlMun.,k. t
ge (Avispon Ouintero and Ra-
iaei uoro; ratnwalte, which will
be the first meetlnV fnr th.
Two four-round prelims complete
m v v, in' v "en admission
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By VICTOR M. CAREW
44,000 EXPECTED TO ATTEND
, PRO, LOOP OPENER
The Panama Professional Base;
ball League will open its 14th con consecutive
secutive consecutive season tonight at the O-
lympic Stadium at 7:30 p.m., a-
midst the usual opening night cer
emonies, with thechampion Caw
ta -Vieia team taking on tne Marl
boro club before an anticipated
crowd of 14,000 fans.
Never before has the prospects
of an sverwhelmingly a successful
season loomed as it does this
year. Over most of lhe past sea seasons,
sons, seasons, attendance has generally
been satisfactory, and sometimes
excellent for the first v three or
four games. After that the de
cline is so sharp that when a
game has an attendance of 1000
persons it is considered surpris surprising."
ing." surprising." f 1
This season, for two mam rea
sons, -tne fans are more than ea eager
ger eager to contribute their npport.
The addition of a fourth team.
the Sugar Kings, and the :very
large number of outstanding AAA
and AA players, both native and
foreign, quite a few of whom are
tabbed for major league berths in
1959 or I960, are the reasons,
The only two active,, major,
leaguers in the lagoe are both'
Panamanian, and this In ittafl
It cause for great pride among
the fans, Hector Lopez infielder
with the Kansas City Athletics
of the American League, and
Humberts Robinson, p I f h e r
with the National League cham.
plem, Milwaukee' Braves, are
these maor leaguers, r
Lopez, slated to cover second
for 'Cerveza Balboa, is expected
to again set the offensive pace he
nas been setting in this loop dvar dvar-since
since dvar-since he "became a full fledged
' Robinson, although restricted tn
very little duty, last season with
the Braves, .is nevertheless one
of the pitching sensations of this
league, although the ma jority of
his past victories have been ac acquired
quired acquired at the, expense of a 'weak
Cerveza Balboa. Against Carta
Vieja, the going, has been, some
what rougher? for. the wiry hurler,
and it is expected to be as roueh
against this season's Cerveza Bal
With practically all .of the play
ers accounted for by the four
teams, there, is no dpubt that the
fans will be treated to a AA-plus
Drana 01 ban, ana 11 the competi
tion is as keen as it is ; anticipat
es -10 oe tnercaiibre uioj very
wen oe aaa. 1 -All
four teams are regarded to
oe strong from, an overall point
of view, but a breakdown bv de
partments better reflects the true
strength of each club. -
There might hardly be any ap appreciable
preciable appreciable difference in the infields
from a defensive standpoint, but
at we piate cerveza Balboa
seems to pack the most punch.
ine ouuieias present a more
balanced picture, but Cerveza Bal
boa will have in its outfield, the
two fastest men in the league in
Barry, snetrono ana Wat reeples.
The edge in catching will prob
ably wind up with the Cocle
Kings, if Les Peden is able to hit
the high quality opposition pitch
ing, ne is considered to be more
of a power hitter than the others.
In the pitching department. Car
ta Vieja seems to have the .most
soun start at present. Marlboro
will probably have to Import an-
Air Force Academy
To Consider All
Jan. 1 Bowl Bids
COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo,
(UPI) The Air Force Academy
says is wuung and ready to go
to a post-season football bowl
All that's needed, said Col.
George Simler, academy athletic
director, is a formal bid and the
approval of Air Force officials in
Washington. -. -;j- ws.
i"We have, already agreed that
we will consider any and all bowl
bids that are preferred," Simler
"But we won't make any kind
of decision until the season is
over,'' the athletic director ex explained.
plained. explained. "We have two tough
games ahead of us yet."
The Falcons, undefeated and.
tied only by Iowa. 13 13, face
jNew Mexico on Saturday and Col
orado University on Nov. 29.
The Cadets have been men mentioned
tioned mentioned as candidates for bids' to
the Sugar. Cotton. Oranee and
Gator bowls. -, -
'. ' 'TS-l J 111 11
lother hurler before this staff is
considered capable of doing the
jov The- Kings are probamy
I counting heavily on t their-; three
l local hurlers, Osorio,i Arthur, and
wiarse 10 carry a reasonable por por-u6a.
u6a. por-u6a. ot the mound load as a com complement
plement complement to the imnortee. Leuhka
urk'and Donnelly. I, J J-;i
;i J-;i Tlus'is hardly cowiiderea possi?
ble aRhoush not imm-abahlfi.
Clarke, due to his inn?
mactMty, is a questionable factor
uuui proven omerwise. usorio !S
not expected to improve to the
extent that the enuiH h
ed a big help arid the same is to
oe saia 01 Artnur.
With the Carvtci Balboa's
staff, the .only unknown but
Important point to bi clarified
IS who will be the outstanding
southpaw they are- so strongly
. Once they acquire him It will
be safe to assume that Cerve Cerve-za
za Cerve-za Balboa will hava one of the
best, if not tba best, picthing, ;
staffs 'n the league.
The fourth and epnerallv.
important department to be con
sidered is me oencn. The truth
of the matter insofar as a bench
is concerned is (hat onlv the Renr.
men, have anything that looks like
a oencn. tierman unanesj rrank
Auntin, Pertrn flsnrln Vbrnal Hav
and coach pinchhitter Humberto
Arthurs will definitely produce
more man tne nttie that the oth
er tnree teams now possess.
This is our MimmarizeH analv.
sis of ,the four clubs, and it is
our hope that regardless of the
outcome, that the lea true will he
.better supported by the public
man it nas been in the past.
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Dal Thornton, Lew Hilzinger, Lem Martin and Paul Karst. Larry Chance and James Haase, who
were not present when the picture was taken; al s6 will be on hand for officiating duties.
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and garage. Call 2-4696, I to
FOR RENT: Bella Vista Modern
apartment, 2 bedroom, furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. 45 Street, No. 22-13.
FOR ; RENT: Beautiful apart apartment,
ment, apartment, rwa bedrooms, hot water,
Campa; -Alegre, phone 2-2341
and 3-3-79. : ,f?U
Breadon for a mere $75 in 1937
and went on to, lead the Redbirds
to National League pennants in
1942, 1943 and 1944. Mort, two
years older than Walker, was
named the league's Most Valau Valau-ble
ble Valau-ble Player in 1942 after a season
in which he had a 22-7 record, 10
shutouts and a 1.77 earned run
Fans Five Yankee
Big Mort he stood 6-2 and
weighed 210 pounds had a 21-8
mark the following season and a
22-7 record in 1944. He had a 2-3
record in World Series competi competition
tion competition and in 1943 struck out the
first five batters, be faced in one
game against the Yankees.
Walker," who joined the Card Cardinals
inals Cardinals in 1940. caught Mort in the
1 "glory years' of 1942, 1943 and
1944 before entering the Navy in
1945 for service in World War II.
That season Mort was traded to
the Boston Braver for pitcher Red
Barrett and $60,000 and a few
! months later was operated on for
n removal ot Done chips trom
nis right elbow.
Mort had a total raenrrl nf 9.1
with the Cardinals and Bravex in
1945 but never recovered his pre
vious effectiveness after the op operation
eration operation and waa told tn tti New
York Giants in 1947. Ha pitched
one game for the Chicago Cubs
in 1949 and then called it a
Sold.. For. $175,000
WallrJar olew aaaa.'' mJA Ur t-W
aiaf, Tioai aTWU UJ UUS
Cardinals when ?he returned Navy
in 1946, going fo the Giants fori
an estimated $175,000 in one of
the largest transactions in base baseball
ball baseball history. Walker had a careeh
batting average t of .286, hit over
.300 six times sndikammered out
35 homer fnr flhe 1047 niont.
who set club mark of. 221 hom
ers in one season.
Mort is one of six pitchers to
win Most Valuable Player awards
in the National League and in
1943 pitched successive one-hit
shutouts against the prooklyn
Dodgers .and f&ladelphia Phil Phillies.
lies. Phillies. 11
Cooosr' is survived hv him unA.
ow, Mrs.. Viola Dee Coope?, a
son, ixmme Morton cpoper of
Houston, Tex.; his mother, Mrs.
Verna Cooper' of Kansas City,
Mo., four brothers and one sis-
,J1 old fcetore your time ar
auer trern erve,:brln ar phyilMJ
heeJth Ina new AmaHoen Labomtorr.
"tho? which taterea youthf ?SZ
nent In Ublat form prejard by an
America Labora tory and la ery eeay
to take. It acta directly on your
Slandi, nervea and vital oraane. and
"k yon ; ...and tiS
aew bodily power and vlfour In a
anort Ume. Beeauae of Its natural ac action
tion action on alaada and nervea your brain
aotaWy -ery often Improve
ailed Vi-Taba. J-a been teeted and
proved in the rjlmastfttea and li
aZXrX, druWtrea h.na"
,1 Y'-Taba tablet! from your drua-
fil.1 ?,ta, put thm 10 """
k?.i ("Prp-ement Take the full
bottle, which laata eight daya. It wll
make you full of vljour, enerfy and
JiJ.- y'-ind. yoa ra
jounf ar. The lr, alaa which UaU H
daya ta very economloal.
LEAVE YOU ADWmfdNE OP OCR
INTERNAL DE PUBUCACJONES No 3 Lottery Plata CAS A I AUX Central Ave. tt a) LOURDES PHARMACY 182 rui Carraaaailla a) FARMACIA LOM LOM-BABDO
BABDO LOM-BABDO No. It V .tteet MORR180N-4th of July Ave A J fit. LEWIS SERVICE At. TlvoB Ne. FARMACIA EST ADOS UMBOS 14S Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE!. Pee. da la Oaaa Ave. No. 41 TOTO DOMY Juato Areeemeaa Ave. and 33 St
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 60 Street No. S3 a) FARMACIA BL BATURBO Parq no Lefevre T Street a) FARMACIA -SA Via POBRAS 111 KOVEOADEf
ATHIS Beaide the Bella Viata Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador Gaerrere Ma, 1C22L
FOR SALE: 1949 Mercury, ia
good condition, duty paid. Far
information call 86-6144.
FOR SALElh-1953 Buick Super
A-L, excellent condition. Tires,
duty paidl call Balboa 1297.
FOR SALE: Buick Super 53.
Dynaflow, 2-spaaker radio: Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent condition. Call Curundu
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick Super
Riviera, power steering, dynafloW,,
radio, wsw' tires, 24,000 milei
only. Duty -paidi must tee to ap appreciate,
preciate, appreciate, lew down payment and
balance en easiest tarmt. See at
Household Exchange 41, Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row. Tela. 1-4911 ar
FOR SALE: Aa ia, where it,
one 1955 Plymouth 6 cyls.,
station wagon. This car has been
wrecked and is located in the cor corral,
ral, corral, Ancon, ;Canal Zone, Sealed
bids will be sent to D. A. Pagcn Pagcn-ta,
ta, Pagcn-ta, Box 4581, Panama, R.P. or
delivered to the office of the
Servicios Fin,ancieros Generales,
S.A. Ne. 27-19, Jesa Francisco
de la Osta. Bids will be opened
on November 24th. 1958 at thii
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth 2 2-door
door 2-door with push-button radio. In
goad eanditian, priced law for
quick tale. $544. May be seas
in Balboa. Call Gambea 108.
FOR SALE.-rl957 Fard wagon,
two tone, radio, heater, -defroster,
undercoat, etc Excellent con condition
dition condition $2,300. Balboea 1253.
FOR SALE: Sunbeam Rapier.
1957. Good condition; Call Ama Amador
dor Amador 2122 ar 4230.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet
station wagon, 6.-passenger, 4- V
door. Can be financed, 'Rouse
No 8455, Margarita, Tel. -2821.
Group Tq Feature
US Army Major
The Society nf i tfc r.nnA cm,..
pherd will sponsor a program
Thursday nioht t th. tvi;.,
thodist Church, Colon, .featuring
i.loj. oamuei cj. Anaerson, as assistant
sistant assistant Central Ex-cbange officer
ui me v.o. Army ariDnean.
ADDearino nn fh nPnflfd m ri11
j o ipx ax in will
be Miss Constancia Bell, The Co Colon
lon Colon Bombero Band, uiWer the di direction
rection direction of Lt. Reginald Prescoft,
organisi way cox and the Trinity
The program Is scheduled to be begin
gin begin at 7:30 p.m.
-. f mi i iv wvi uu me
IStinimiit in QonfamkA ine
, ... uvjuimci, 19UD, was
promoted to major in March of
mis year wniie serving as com
manding officer of Battery B
iLrtLii n n nniratiAn nt wr ri...:.
v4i..., a-wi jLavis.
rnllnwinf hi nmmAf .. u.
. ... 0 viuvuuii lie WHS
nr,t I TT M
uaaieucu to neaaquartrs, U.S
m m j anoDean.
Few beobte run out of While
driving but o lot of therrti still,
run out of common tensa."
a Handles HkAtj.ft.
a Column reajf
shift lever,. :
a Beantlfully i?
SEE IT TODAY.
Taka it for a Taat-Drlva.
CVA S. A.
II v s n7:
AGENTS OR OUR OPPICES AT JJ tl "II"
FOR SAIJE: Sofa-bed, table ens'
rour chain, two mattresses. For
information call 86-6144.
FOR SALE? Fica piece Deluxe
dinette tat, almost new. $75.00,
price new $175.00. AltamirNo.
2. Apt. 5. Phone 3-1501.
FOR SALI r--Metal furniture,
chairs, left handed bawling, ball
and bag. Reasonable, bouse
FOR SALE: 9 cubic feet Wes
inghouta porcelain refrigerator
$65.00, quatermastar, dining dining-room
room dining-room table and1 four chain,
$8,000, call 6-358 Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 1 1 :eu. ft. Frigl.
daire, self idef roster, brand new,
$325, freexer compartment, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 1253.
Lone Navy Chief
In Panaima Area
CPO JOHN COON
avjr;r CPO John J. Coon helt
the dfsrtintioa this week of being
m lone Navy;; fcftief ia the Pana Pana-m4
m4 Pana-m4 area promoted to the new
grade of senior chief.
The 35-year-old Navy veteran
was one of only 37 chiefs in his,
specialty enguieman tipped to
the top grade throughout the Na Navy.
vy. Navy. ;
The eating Is eoulvalent to the
Army's first sergeant. A $30 month
Coon, chfef-in-change of the en-
gmeroom aboard the patrol craft
USS Jasper at the Rodman Naval
station, added a star the mark
of a senior chief to his chief's in in-sinia
sinia in-sinia last Sunday.
"I'm real happy about it," he
The Navy career of Chief Coon.
a native of Pennville, Ind., should
be encouraging to all career Navy
men ana particularly to those with
Broken service, the Navy said.
Coon left the service in 1945.
giving up his chief's rating. Seven
ana a nail months later he reeen-
listed as a second class petty of
His promotion this week put him
at the top of the enlisted ranks
in the Navy.
During-, his 15 vears of active
servicer Coon has fought in the
Leyte Oulf snd Okinawa cam cam-paigns
paigns cam-paigns in the Pacific, has traveled
For the Best
in pews and entertainment
'40 PANAMA 1090 COLON
. t ;
V!pi-W CHANNEV MASTER T-WpuikU
, Umm Phtisst he &aot f taaia kmtt
' 'With a wide Variety ot antennae aaa
V BMuntinca available : from txisrlai stocks,
your local distributor will be happy ta
five you an aatimat and make Inmadiate
inatallatlon ot a better antenna tor1 your
T,V. anrl """ F M receiver aa well.
CEAUUli IMS TEE
VJiJ hours 4
S a.m. J
I P -.
C1M4, SAT. P.M..
BTTOT. PANAMA UBREJHA MtPCtAOO-f Street Ma. 1 AGENCIAS
HEAR Yf HEAR YI
Make someone happy this X'mas
with a hearing aid ta hear the
jeyaua aeunds af Youletide. All
fypes, tiaet tr shape at Crawford
Save' Money by buying your
X'mat presents new., Fuller bushes
. make excellent well appreciated
, g'ts far the balance ef Novem November
ber November wa offer a mans hairbrush for
half price whan ladiaa brush ia
purchased vice versa ar even twe
similar .rusher are beught at tha
samp rime. There la nothing mora,
appreciated that will last as many
yean at tha guaranteed. FULLER
BRUSH PRODUCT. Sea alia tha
Toys and Oacaratiens and athar
Quality Items at Crawferd Agen Agen-ciet
ciet Agen-ciet an J St.
Stojck for Sale: Shares ef Asu Asu-,
, Asu-, carera National, S.A. (Natienal
Sugar Company) available. In Inquire
quire Inquire Panama 2-0074.
FOR SALE: West inghouse re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, all porcelain, radia
victrola. All in perfect condition.
Ancon Boulevard and Maneanille
Street Na. 511.
Make yeur laved ana happy this
X'mat, You still have time ta
ardor her an Eleetrolux Vacuum
Cleaner direct. Yau tava on direct
order prices. While they last wa
have a selection which we will tall
at enly a few dollars abava tha
direet ardor pricei for wa have
the duty cast invested therein
and .part af which wa will lese
while they last. Make ut a deposit
and wa will lay ana away far
See alia tha Floor Polishers,
Kitchen Machinal, Fuller brushes,
Decorat ions Toys, ate. at Craw Crawferd
ferd Crawferd Agendas en Street.
FOR SALE: Sanitary refrigera refrigera-,'
,' refrigera-,' tar,, new motor, vary feed coAdi-
: tic a J
y', living t,
, ream -5, 6.1. vacuum $20, Can
Diablo 2-3690, athar mite,
FOR SALE: Urge dfropleaf
table, metal dretseri, wooden Hi
bov 5 B.C. chrama JiimHi
q-qermanar eeoa Fn ana Wltn i
out". ..UttHtOhJ mkimm B. Ik.'. J 5
FOR SALE: 4 upholtered living living-room
room living-room chairs. Excellent condition
half eriginal pricer Phone Pant Pant-ma
ma Pant-ma 3-4624.
FOR SALIslV ten. aircondi aircondi-tienar
tienar aircondi-tienar and 30 gallon hot water
heater, hath new and in original
crates. Tel. 3-6695.
FOR. SALE:, Photographic
Chriatmat ,cardt, a $15.00 per
hundred. Your negative or eurt if
available. Fote El Halcen, tele telephane
phane telephane $-1179.
STRONO BYSTANDIRf ;
MARIETTA. Ga. fUPlU-TJavid
Hostetler did some quick thinking
when his car stalled on track
and a train approached. He called
Dysianaers wno mted the 3,197 3,197-pound
pound 3,197-pound automobile off tha rails be before
fore before the train whimd byAK
to avery continent except Austra
lia ana tne south Pole, and has
specialized in engineering.
With his wife and three children,
Coon will bid goodbye to Panama
early next year when his ship, the
TELERAD, S. A.
v Ac. oss from Coca Cola
FOR $ALI lets 500 and 1.000
' meters, in the Nueva Hipodreme
Urbaniaatien, across the Ramon
Racetrack. All lata with street
fronts, sewage, water main and
electricity. Call W, McBsrnatt.
FOR SAL!: Concrete, furnished
house at Santa Clara, reasonable
price, termt cantidarad, inferma inferma-tien
tien inferma-tien lalbaa 4319.
FOR SALE: Lett in Carta Aaul.
Sea viawi asty paymantt. Tal.
3-6059, Sr. Aaralia. ;
FOR SALE : leautiful f arm "La
Marcels" in Carre Aaul, 30,000
tguare meters, with fruit treei,
completely furnished chalet, twe
btdreemt, living raem, dining
ream, kitchen, and services. Ex Excellent
cellent Excellent climate. See ft. Phone 3 3-5167.
5167. 3-5167. FOR SALE: House in tha coun country,
try, country, very cheap. Inquire at house
7028, Ith street, apartment I,
Boats & Motors
JfOR SALE: Best buy in town.
Jaftntan 35 h.p. autbeard, 14
: manthi eld. Used in fresh water
enly. Interested in taving $$$
GUI, lalbaa. 3325 after 4:00
FOR SALE: 1952 B.S.A. Geld
Stan 500 c.c, $225.00. See ar
call Brooks Clsxtan, Tal. Pans Pans-ma
ma Pans-ma 3-3493.
Pal Week To Be
At Cristobal YMCA
Local civio rlilba air whnTh-..-r
dly joining wth USO in the annual
observance of TTSO Pl W-air a
U. S. wide ..tribute to members
. A : v i
in m iiiar-'ii' a a n DntTinii vamai it vatai
, Mrra than zn 'urvutAmm awm
Atlantic side installations will be
nonored as Pal Day luncheon
finest' Of' tha Oitfth,1.rnlui B-t
ry Club. The5 m-etinif wil be held
ai me untonai yma-USO Cluo.
rurpose ot rai nay, inaugurated
in 1952, is to focus attention on
the' strenfftrMtnine nf fn'nHohin mil
understanding between civilians
4U.;. m:i 1 I
u wen niuiuur- nei.nDors
throughout the land.
' This Vear. aocorrlina in H T W.
verson, chairman of the Cristobal
XMt;A-uo? palDay planning com
mittee Americana virvwlhra enit
join with tba USO in expressing
aomirauon ana. "vtutuaa to ovor,
2 1-2 million armed forces jsersoa jsersoa-nel
nel jsersoa-nel seving in all parts of the
Onen hniisa at Wi Ti-i.l-V,i
YMCA-USOwiU highlight tho. ee-
loora-ton ot fal flay here.
"Atlantic aide miiriinfi nrn.
ed to attend and spend some time
geiung oeuer acquainted with our
servicemen and wnmen whn mim
from all over the U.S.," Everson
A USO Pal Dance will be held
at ttoe Cristobal YMCA-USO Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Dance music will be furnished
by the Ivan Thorpe combo. Mem Members
bers Members of the Girls Service Organiza Organization
tion Organization will be preent to serve as
Five Indicted In Synagogue Bombing
Sue Atlanta Caps For Intimidation
DECATUR, Ga. (UPI-Defense
attorneys for five men indicted for
the bombing of the Atlanta Jewish
Temple filed suit late yesterday
asking for an injunction against
top, Atlanta police officials from
"molesting, harrassing and intimi intimidating
dating intimidating the men.
The suit also charges the police
had formed a conspiracy in the
investigation witn the FBI and
that the FBI had no Jurisdiction
iu tha easej. . ;
Attorneys James Venable and
- 1. ,w .-....
Essley Burdine filed bill of
equily in DeKalb Superioi Court
before Judge Frank Guess.
The suit names Atlanta Police
Chief Herbert Jenkins, Cant. R.E.
Little Jr., who has headed up the
investigation of the Oct. 12 dyna dynamiting;
miting; dynamiting; Det. Sgt W.M. BlackweU
and DeU John Inman JrJ
Judge Guess will hear the case
Moodayt when the police officials
must show cause why an injunc injunction
tion injunction should not be directed.
Venable said the suit was filed
to prohibit the police from taking
the "men out of Jail, niacins in
police lineups -and molesting, hs-
o.alna Vs J '. '.lntlMM.fln th-
men. .:, ,'
Tha five nen.Vall of Atlanta,
gave their names to tha Atlanta
police department as Wallace H.
Allen Chester Griffin, 1 George
Allffl Hllrlit SaKm4 HAnt1ln mttA
his brothr Richard Bowling.
luey also charge that Jenkins
and tha detectives had formed a
conspiracy in the investigation
and that the FBI' had no Juris
diction in the case Tha i FBI has
ben active it the esse from the
WANTEO: lilinaaal T accoun
. ant -with expcriaaca.v Jervicio -4
' Celocaeienes, Camara Be .Ce .Ce-.
. .Ce-. marcia Na. 9. ;.;:: ? ': ':i
DRAWER "AVOIABW k
I0X 1 21 1. CRISTOBAL, CZ.
PHONI BALBOA l7QlTf
' a.:.L.' tj... 41-...-;
'- 875 Morgan Avenue, BalbaaV
Call Balboa 1214, $13.00 ae-4
child, including tra'ntpertatie
Heuiewivett Da : yau- a a 4-
good, henast. responsible -maid,
with references. Call "Agaa-"
cias da Comitienat Colecacia- -net
Senchei Mellick" 7th.
Central Ave. Na. 33A26, phone
American ff mil desiret after
employment for position! ef cask' :
and maid far exceptionally well-
qualified persons. Call Panama
3-6695 between 2 and 3 .m.,
f a r information.; Wednesday
through Saturday only.
LOST: fitbrla Elys' dor'tiilfV
License N; J710. Anyana having
any information please call 2 2-1639
1639 2-1639 affar 4 p.m. ar 2-1286 be-
fera 4 jp.nt. ,,'if
LOST R UTRAYID: 4 month
old white kitten with dark tpat
an head. Fram 2357-B Owen
Straat, Balbaa Flats. Wean cel cellar
lar cellar with belli. Reward. Balboa
2-4362. Cookie Dean.
POSITION WANTED;-; Bilin-
gual Panamanian' eftari, adrape- 1'
tent services: Supervisor, account-
ant ar secretary. Full-part-tjiTiv4
ei. i-wt; i-so4, PshamaM
IMBARRASSINO MOM INT
NEW YORK (UPD-Fire Com
missionef Edward F. Cavanagh
Jr. accidentally turned in a false
alarm yesterday in demonstrating
to newsmen and photographers
a fluorescent paste that mi.hr de
-larmt. .nree' engine comptmes;
two fire trucks, -a rescue squad,
two battalion cheifs and a deputy
turn fespuiiuea, ,.
. H1KC. A pur- rTTeiv. wir J
ficials decided:tK' tk1k$&iv
roaa "jaian ..KUda7,-;P' !-(se
Road," sensitive rural" twldehts
sent a delegation to protest: "We
are not horses "rffr
GRANtt.HAPinft Mir.h TTPH
RusseU I tlow said thatv,
oeer nunting recenuy s nf wpa
the weddini sringAe lost last year
on a hunt near Lewiston, Mich.
hostesses for the evening.
churches will be asked to invite
. -WW ova nvvillCU AVAA UUUlV! ItvPoLIldE
lity during Pal Day Week and tta
-Uubu-.V 41. .!
js a domestic matter, involv
ing an internal domestic" situ situation.
ation. situation. ;(i.,;:' ?
vnaer inese conditions ne says
the police have formed the coh coh-spiAcy
spiAcy coh-spiAcy by calUng inMhe FBI,
which he says they have no au
thority to do under Sec. 4, Art. 4
of the Constitution. He said: the
presence of the FBI was '"violat '"violating
ing '"violating ststes rights." f 4 "v
Venable says only the Legisla
- -a. wv gwyviuui, 1U U1V
sence of the General Assmbly
ture or me governor in. the
session could invite the FBI into
the esse, since the bombing in indictment
dictment indictment is based on' a state law.
Venabla and Burdine said they
"will file demurrer on. day of
trial on indictment" charging that
me wtn tentury isW'the men are
charged under is invalid and un
constitutional, r v
At ths bail bond .carina last
momh, when4 Superior Judge -Vir-
iyn a. Moore retusen oau to the
men, Venable- said he' would chal challenge
lenge challenge the ndictments. Venable
charged the law was unconstitu
tional and, the, indictment incor- later today on mail theft charges.
rect. -$uyf h J-,. r : ,
The defense attorneys also said4 Authorities said Doucette, a pos pos-they
they pos-they would be ready for trial Dec. 'tal transnortation clerk, was as-
l, a date tentatively let by the
Fulton solititor't office. Fulton Su
fl f weak ikftne fPailt--.-. C.e
perior Judge furwood Ti Pye is
expected ,to 1 spprrjve ,the court
calendar tomorrow.- v 1 t-'
At the bail bond hearW. Judge
Moore and,- attorneys tor both
sides called' for 1 a-peedv trial.
Judge Moore ordered that it
nea during tne iNovemDer-Decem- trains. ,t'
ber term of court wheih usually! The case wss turned ever te
andt Die. 24 the U.S. attorney or prosecutioa.
ftAMTE0tv4-' impleya tpaak
anglia and Spanuh, ta answ answ-'
' answ-' 'Ih1 the telephone. Phaaa 1-0852.
; WANTED t Secretary stene stene-f
f stene-f grapher whe caa take Eagliih
"i aad Spanish dictation. Apply' te
Ptikard, Zoaa Libia, Colon.
.C r TEL-VlSIOli SERVICE
Wa repair, in year heme
we den't : prerenal ta guaranHe
. awr wark. Wa guarantee tt
PHONE THE EXPERTS;'
- Tel. 2.190J
TiVoll Avenue Ne. 13-20
Protect year heme and prepar prepar-i
i prepar-i ty aflsinit Insert ; d a as a a e.
- Prompt Sdantific treatment ea
emergency ar manthly budget
' basis. Telephane Prenta Service..
Paaama 3-7977 at CoUn 1777.
Wanted to Buy
WANTtD'TO fUYlSSO to
1953 Ctidvrole standard shift,
cheap bat cask. Phan 2.0740.
Wtf w vnier tf' : v 10 tttjt
Stock trading turned more order
ly at a moderately active opening
today aftejr a small average de
ivlinM h-'-WAiii. ..bI.m
Amer Mojtors r :
;Am tl end.T4
Burloughsi f i. ;
Cerro de Pasco
, Coastal tSaribt
Crown Corp and Seal
Cuba Venezuela Oil
DuPont r k.
El Paso Nat Gas
Fargo Oil -r:-V ',
Felmdnt Pei ; j
Gen Motorg ;
., Gen Plvwood'
t.'LGetty Oil ., i
; WIU'UU, "'
X fWf WW -W,-: V':
5 Hayden Newport
lot Tel and Tel :
I Martfc? CO.
Royal Dustch Shell
Shell T and T
Signal Oil and Gat, A
Stan Oil N.J.
Superior Oil ;
United' Atrcr aft
Unit Canto Oil
US Steel :
Mail Clerk Held
In $97,000 Thelf
From Mail Bags
" POilT;iitii5e;,No. i
(UPI)-The theft $97,000 from
mail bags in a Boston, and Maine
railroad train was disclosed today
with the arrest ; of; postal clerk.
; .Poetkl.mspecort sai4 the clerk
pilfered -mail sscks fttf the money
which Maine' banks were sending
to the Federal Reserve Bank in
Boston.. vTbe clerk, identified as
Robert S. Dftucette, was seised as
lie was leaving th rilrad termi
nal nere. tne was 10 oe arraignea
signed to trains operating between
k DnalAH A el T)aw41mJ kal ,-.. 1
Boston and Portland and Bangor.
He took the money during the
night, authorities said. He offered
no resistance when captured.
A postal spokesman said "quite
a few thousand dollars are haul-
be ed nightly in mail sacks on
THE PANAMA AMERICAN i- AN INDEPENDENT DA1XY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER If, 1958
tmir y mi pirates v '-
- ;r By Ge'oKGE' WVNDER f THE BTORY MARTHA W4.YNB
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Latin Americans Want Inter-American Bank
"To Solve Area's Serious Economic Problems
WASHINGTON, Nov. 19 (UPI) Latin America prep ared today to give its views to the United States on the
best method of solving its serious economic problems.
Latin American delegates to the Committee of 21 a re expected to lay heavy stress on the need to create at
the earliest moment an Inter-American Bank that will o nsider their special problems when the group resumes its
meeting this afternoon.
The Latin American delegates prepared their view s on the best way of combatting the hemisphere s under underdevelopment
development underdevelopment after hearing C. Douglas Dillon, under-secre tary of State for Economic Affairs, pledge full United
States cooperation in the hemisphere.
. Many of the delegates felt
that the U.S. pledge represent represented
ed represented a good foundation on which
the committee could begin to
build much broader economic
Colombian ambassador Jose
Gutierrez Gomez took this view
and was "optimistic" regarding
the prospects for much broader
Inter-American economic coop cooperation.
eration. cooperation. The Brazilians at the con conference
ference conference are seeking privately
to get a high-level political,
decision from the Eisenhower
administration that would,
In effect, restore Latin Amer America
ica America to the priority it enjoyed
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a. m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
High S3 84
Low 71 75
High -S8 97
Low M 78 74
(max. mph) SW-8 NW-12
RAIN (inches) .10 0
(inner harbors) 80 85
THURSDAY, NOV. 20
made loue to the rjomaiiM.and the
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k Ihtodon Bl. Clu-lM McGi,
in U.S. relations In pre-World
War II days.
Brazilian delegate Federico
Schmidt will expound his coun-
Back AF Project
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Nov.
19 (UPI) The explosion of a Na Navajo
vajo Navajo missile highover the Atlantic
ser the Air Force back a notch o o-day
day o-day in its-research project for
the first true Intercontinental bora
The Delta-wineed Navajo, sent
up to probe, the effects of high-
altitude supersonic flight at the
13-mile level burst apart at about
50,000 feet. yesterday and smashed
into the Atlantis after a two-minute
It was the sixth missile to ex explode
plode explode in a three-month period. The
others were an intercontinental
Atlas, an intermediate range Jupi Jupiter
ter Jupiter and a Thor IRBM, plus two
polaris test hockets.
The Air-Force said the Navajo
wobbled out of control after 60
seconds of flight 'and destroyed it itself.
self. itself. A long, semi-circular vapor
trail stood out against a bright
blue sky for several minutes, mak making
ing making the path of the short-lived
A large cloud on the horizon obs obscured
cured obscured the impact, but it was ap apparent
parent apparent the Navajo hit the water
at least 20 miles and possibly as
far as 50 miles from the cape.
The Navajo was the second fired
in the research in supersonic en en-virament
virament en-virament (RISE) program. The
Navajo files at approximately the
sajrne speed as the B-70 wiE three
times as fast as sound.
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waited-listcning for the
lfl Ch"ty, Kmt Donovn, Ktvin CuW,n and Cr W.lhiwjj.. by NATHAN E. COUGVAS I
try's views in a speech in the
next few days.
Venezuelan delegate Jose An Antonio
tonio Antonio Mayobre alsor is pressing
the United States to; state how
much it. is prepared to contri contribute
bute contribute to the proposed Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Bank, ;.
He said a substantial part fo
the money ..f or Athe ank must
Sudan Slarisl Back
To llormal: Press
Musi (lot Speculate
KHARTOUM, Nov. 19 (UPI) -Strong-man
Phemier Ibrahim Ab Ab-boud
boud Ab-boud started leading the Sudan
back to normal today after grao grao-bing
bing grao-bing power in a bloodless milita military
ry military coup.
One of the general's first
moves to restore civil rule came
in an announcement that newspa newspa-oers
oers newspa-oers which were banned after
Monday's coup would be allowed
to resume publication today.
But they were warned not to
speculate on political moves and
to issue only officially authorized
announcements concerning the
Abboud held his first news con conference
ference conference as combination Premier
and military supreme commander
last night as life began settling
down to normal in this Arab na nation
tion nation bordering the Nile River.
But he refused to speu out nis
governing military council's poli policies.
cies. policies. "I'm not a politician," he said.
"I have been busy with my mili military
tary military duties and have not studied
r- 'iay i
come from the United States
since Latin American nations
are in serious financial straits.
Xing Of Morocco
Asks Foreign Troops
To Leave Country
PARIS, Nov. 19 (UPI)- A new
call by Morroco's King Mohammed
V for evacuation of all foreign
troops from his country was taken
today as a hurry-up reminder to
the United States, 'Francs and
Mohammed said in a speech here
yesterday that all three nations
must unconditionally withdraw
their forces from Morocco. He said
none has given "complete satisfac satisfaction"
tion" satisfaction" over the question of with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of its forces.
Political observers saw little like likelihood
lihood likelihood of the King's speech pres presaging
aging presaging a flat demand that all three
nations get out of Morocco within
a specified time.
But they said it did Indicate a
stepped up campaign on the diplo diplomatic
matic diplomatic front to obtain the withdraw
Red Law Expert
Says West Allies
Violate Air Lines
BERLIN, Nov. 19 (UPI) A
Communist legal expert said to today
day today the western allies must nego
tiate with the East German gov
eminent to enter Isolated West
Berlin by wound or air.
Professor Reintanz (no first
namrsvailaWe), head -of the In International
ternational International iaw Institute at the
zone's Martin Luther University
in Halle, said the western allies
illegally are using the air corrid corridors
ors corridors over East Germany for non non-military
military non-military traffic.
His statement posed the danger
that the communists might be
planning to interfere with or re restrict
strict restrict air traffic ta the eity in the
three 20-mile wide corridors over
the Soviet Zone.
Reintanz,' In a legal analysis of
western rights in the exposed ci city,
ty, city, questioned not only allied use
of the air corridors but the rail
and road links to the city as well.
He said the Moscow agreement
on Sept. 20, 1955 under which the
Soviets gave East Germany sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty provided that the four four-power
power four-power agreements giving the west western
ern western powers the right of access to
Berlin were of "limited and tem temporary
porary temporary character."
He said flatly the western pow powers,
ers, powers, after Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrushchev's speech, must nego negotiate
tiate negotiate with the East German gov government
ernment government on use of the links con connecting
necting connecting Berlin and the West.
US Navy Unveils
3 New Rockets
WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Navy unveiled today three n6w
research rockets which it plans to
use in connection with develop development
ment development of the Polaris ,500-mile
range ballistic missile.
One of these, named Arcon, has
already been successfully fired in
unpublicized tests at the National
Aeronautics and Space Adminis Administration's
tration's Administration's Wallops Island, Va., re research
search research base, the Navy said.
Arcon is expected to help scien scientists
tists scientists predict the type of vibration
condition! which the submarine submarine-launched
launched submarine-launched Polaris will encounter in
flight. The Navy hopes to have
Polaris in the arsena1 of interme intermediate
diate intermediate range missiles by 1960.
The 12-foot, needle-shaped Ar Arcon
con Arcon rocket is designed to carry 40
pounds of instruments to a height
of 70 miles, or 10 pounds to 100
A second new rocket, Iris, Is
expected to be ready for work in
this program early next year, the
Navy said. It will carry a 100 100-pound
pound 100-pound instrument ackage 200
The third rocket, named Areas,
will be used both in ballistic- mis missile
sile missile research and for routine wea weather
ther weather data collection flights.
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Norfolk's Voters Choose 3-2 To Back Segreqation Policv
Which Has Denied Schooling To 10,000 Kids Since Sept. 27.
NORFOLK, Va., Nov. 19 (UPI)
The Norfolk city council had
the voters' three-to-two blessing
today to ride with the state's
anti-Integration policy, which
has closed six of Norfolk's public
The voters, in the first di direct
rect direct ballot on Virginia's "mas "mas-sve
sve "mas-sve resistance" program, said
yesterday they preferred to
have the schools remain closed
than have them opened and
The vote was 12,658 against
and 8781 for this proposal:
"Shall the council of the city
of Norfolk, pursuant to state
law, petition the governor to re return
turn return to the city control of
schools, now closed, to be open
ed by the city on an, integrated
basis as required by the Federal
The city council called the
referendum strictly to test the
people's feelings on the school
closures, and the result are
binding in no way upon council
or tne state. Five of the seven
councllmen, however, Indicated
oeiorenana tney would follow
the verdict of the voters.
State law would permit jGov.
J. Lindsay Almond, at Ms dis discretion,
cretion, discretion, to return the schools
to local control for reopening
if jointly requested to-do so by
council and the city school
board. No such request now is
Despite sunny1 weather-and
one of the most controversial
questions this port city of 300, 300,-000
000 300,-000 has faced since the Civil
War, precincts throughout the
city reported voting llehter than
in the general election, Nov. 4.
Then, some 22,000 voters gave
a nearly two-thirds majority to
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.), ori--ginator
of the program that re-
Woman Who Hurl
The Rev. King
Sent To Nuthouse
NEW YORK (UPD-Mrs. Izola
Ware Curry, the woman 'io
stabbed Dr. Martin Luther King
in the chest with a letter opener,
was committee yesterday to the
Matteawan state hospital for the
The Negro woman was ordered
to the institution on the basis of
a Bellevue Hospital report that
she was "not of sound mind."
Mrs. Curry, wTio is 45, was indict indicted
ed indicted last month on a charge of first
King, who led the successful
boycott of buses in Montgomery,
Ala., two years ago, was attacked
Sept. 20 in a Harlem department
store as he autographed copies of
Bis recent book. Mrs. Curry told
police she stabbed him because
she believed him to be "mixed up
with the Communists."
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ragtime ... the
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I oioiiin.iifr ootcriiT I Ifi'jl l f hi
in tne prewer:s jounge aiier
suited in- the closing of six
scnoois nere and three elsewhere
in the state to avoid integration.
The election was the first ex
pression or mass sentiment on
the question of reopening and
integrating schools which were
closed under state laws automa
tically shutting down schools or
dered to integrate. t
The election was further cloud
ed by a state law which would
cu& oil sxaie iunas to an junior
and senior high schools here,
white and Negro, if any of those
schools were integrated.
v The leelingr expressed in the
voting probably would have con
siderable effect on the state's
policy, which now is to give the
governor complete control of
schools which fall under dese
All of Norfolk's white high
and junior high schools, with
total enrollment of about 10, 10,-000,
000, 10,-000, were closed, and put under
the governor's direct control
Sept, 27, after the city school
boa$, qnder, federal court
compulsion, Admitted 17 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to them,'
One: reason for the light vote
wad believed to bt that many
voters felt the election useless,
since it was not binding.
Campaigning both for and a
gainst integration was heavy be-
rore ana during tne toting.
At Granby High,, where 2,000
children were locked, but of class
to prevent the integration of
one Negro child, a mother of
Spaceman Von Brail
For Radiation Jump
WASHINGTON (UPI) Army
missile expert Dr. Wernher A von
Braun has suggested using a low low-level
level low-level space platform as a spring springboard
board springboard or a dash through ft the
deadly band of radiation ringing
He told the 65th annual conven convention
tion convention of military surgeons this, now
appears the most promising way
for future space travelers to
avoid dangerous doses of gamma
Explorer satellites haVe found a
radiation belt starting at 700
miles above the earth.
Von Brun said the best method
of getting through the belt might
be the "dash," either after orbit orbiting
ing orbiting around earth several times at
18,000 m.p.h.or taking off from a
low-level space platform moving
at the same speed.
About 1,500 surgeons- meeting
here to discuss "dynamic medi medicine
cine medicine and rehabilitation ; in the
space age" also were told yester yesterday
day yesterday that the Air Force is readying
teams of two-pound monkeys for
space flight. Some of them will be
ready to go into orbit by the mid
dle of next year.
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"St. Loult Blut"
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nit many moral
and Civic Societyof Jfct canal
new miHion War' plant f the
trewroe oi Balboa
three handed out tlrculairs at
the poll calling .for votes "a "a-gainst
gainst "a-gainst petitioning the governor.
The woman, -one ot whose
children was locked outof "Gran "Granby
by "Granby classes, jaid, "i don't approve
of integrating schools. The Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in Norfolk have good
schools and I don't think: they
were intended to b mixed. I
won't give, in one inch,'.
Near her;.a blonde grandmothi
Urban League Sees
In NY Orchestras
NEW YORK;f'UPI)-The tfruan
League of New York charges that
Negro musicians are so discrim discriminated
inated discriminated against in New York that
fewer than half a dozen have ever
been employed by maTSr orches orchestras
tras orchestras whose normal complement
totals 00. '
The pattern of discrimination
has extended also to the .ptt .or .orchestras
chestras .orchestras for Broadway musical
shows, the league said.. It. said
only u Negroes were among, the
650 instrumentalists who have
held such jobs in the last two
The report said that neither the
New York Philharmonic norsthe
Metropolitan Opera -had, everem everem-ployed
ployed everem-ployed Negro, instrumentalist;
that the Little Orchestra had em employed
ployed employed one; the New York City
Center orchestra one;, .the Sym Symphony
phony Symphony of the Air, three for a sin single
gle single concert two years ago, and
the Lewisohn Stadium summer or or-chestra
chestra or-chestra and the Goldman Band,
Spokesmen for most of those
organizations said that vacancies
were filled by orien audition and
that no1 Negroes had SDneared for
these try-outs. M
e R E L E A S E 80 ,4J
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vitnll Bievfh 9
beer. with th.
Alfredo ZZSSWS. J
er who said she moved here fronj
the North 10 years ago, handed
out circulars urging voters to
cast their ballot for petitioning
the governor. v
"Norfolk .schools- must W
. opened soon or our school sys-.
tens will be crippled for a' gen-
eration, the handbill said. '?
The Norfolk City Council ha
already Requested Almond to re
open the schools on a segregate
ed basis. V-1
Almond .ignored the request
sayipg-Jie would open the school?
on a segregated basis )f it wei
possible, but he didn't feel it poi ,'
sible, , :
On the day appointed by He
Majesty Queen Elizabeth as Re
membranes : Dayr an Armistlci
Service was held at. the We$
leyah-Methbdist Church (Brit
isft Conference) for th'e BritlsK
community And British ex-ierv
icemen. i" y
The tform of .service waa thl
same as that used in England
-' Panamanian1 and, British col
ors were -carried to the, altar
after beingtsaluted hy a partj
of British ex-servicemen.
Representatives of the Brit'
ih Legion were afterwards ln
spected by the British Ambas Ambassador.
The service -closed with tly
Panamanian1 and British Na National
tional National anthems,, and with a re recording
cording recording of an evening hymi
and the last iost played bj
the band of the Royal Militarj
College of, Music
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