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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00127
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a evwllan quarters to bird houses?
Speaking of these quarters. how is it possible that the fi-
tly quarters which the Panama Canal Company is now build-
fa for their non-US-rate employes are far superior to those In
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IkE ISSi.UtE M M .S THE HAKS OWN COLUMN By VR U SOBEL

noisy hotel SONInto which
official visitors stlde on time-
o table schedules under the seru-
The Maill Box is an open forum for wooden of The Pename Amer- tinJ of a sml miy of news-
les. Lets are received gretefully and are handled in a wholly onfi- asked tnwo Vtal things oari
e el mhave a Elsenhowo r'ital thispokesmen. of
IH ye coutrlbut a letter deo't be impatint if it dnfI 't appear the GThe Senator h a apoked for n.
amUs day. Letter emre published n the order received. The of enator has askr' pro-
Plan try to keep the letters limited to one pge bugth. pldlist of ae le.h *WO'5 Pie-
MIdity of letter write is held in strictert cenfiden.e. Tapo t hs alo bit d or thef.
This newpeper eem"es no responsibility for statements as opinion complete expuha laf Of all Tom
septesd n litters from re-den. Dewey strategiA d writers,
S-- from labor expofr to Iprd
OH, YEAH! reps, from the Misenhower
campaign teams.
In explanation, the Taft
*E.5ditor: spokesmen said that the Sen-
-- ator feels he meat know the
Th would appreciate it very much if you print the following: character of the VaWlnhowe
in IMOwer to a previous letter written by "Just another gringo." administration haould the Re-
publicans win. e f aI 606lal7 '
You're the guy who wrote about fringe benefits? Oh! It's a interested in learrag whom
mistake. Sure that would have to be a mistake, because who but General planned to mate s \
Oa. enjoys all those lovely privileges? Want to know how you cretary of $tate, Attorney en-
alone enjoy them? Okay, here Is the very simple explanation: oral and Beoretay of Labor,
It was sad Wufte that
,1) Free Entry: What could we possibly buy at our present Sen. 'aft Is abolute op* O
rate that would enable us to enjoy this privilege? (Cars, posed to any sW.lot Ow.
washing machines, power tools, etc.) Well, you know. no Desowy; that h (NiFt) 1 w
money to buy them! lukewarm to John oster
2 Prpe Schools Yes we have free schooling at you call it. Duobesto to that h is no -
Tell you a secret, Joe. There are a lot of us who graduated objections to thetaotff t-
after three years as printers, carpenters, body and fender mSe t s0 4 ofa L e er
men. mechanics, clerks and typits. Those who were lucky Secretry' I nf abor.
to be classified as what they are haven't got jobs vet. The These have not been ultima-
others were classified as helpers. While the U.S. Rate (as tums. Itas simplyreo rt d to
they are called) are considered apprentices. thn leO disenhoWe tateests that
in long distome telephone con-
23) Housing: Don't even call these coops shacks. versations bete thq vaoa-
tioning Senator d stChIo"
4) Talking about securing the labor needs of the PanamA friends and podltQial M il ls
Canal Company and saving money. Aren't you aware of Chioago's Gen. Juliuse Klin.
the fact that there are Panamanians who are capable of Taft has saiEd e would not0%
doing your jobs and doing it better apd would do it for campaign alongside of Gov.
half your present rate. Most of you folks are just excess Dewey' people because they
around here. But take it easy the P.C. Is getting wise to had reflected on s integrity. ______ _- .
all this My advice to you is play ball and hold on for And that the inteity ofhis i
your time is drawing near. Well, hell. behave yourself and campaigning woulddepend on
won't send you back. his knowledge of sMebhOWsfrl A(
-The Panamanian who has his final police If he offloe.ecrecy
eyes on your Job. There la no record yet of the WA
o reply to Taft's queries except Wt
that it tI known tht t n- -
FORMER FARMER TELLS WOUSEWIVFS bower has not yet gottA up a
A FEW THiNGS ABOUT FOOD COSTS cabinet list. He asytll the There erpled onto ICe .g the nattos
At conve tion t his month newosper a 1to1itLs wlhc
Balboa. CZ that the time has colne to ap- never sho ld8 . *y. T-he
Rt, Panama American point a labor leader to cabinet ,act that they d y.
rank as Secretary of Labor. In otie saty the o adr w ommison eat
W That is being considered here charged that pan inOUl ttel-nve f
The Labor Day "Panama American" contained a front-page at the moment. Americ&n and twe ,gtrbl redil0
Mllted Press article on 10 US housewives' Ideas on the cost of However, there appears little led the aahoutat of the te ot t0etli
particularly food prices. First, let's remember that food likelihood that he will wash out most of the world' '
Only thing we can't, live without. all Dewey men who already In the other a watw,% I
ur of these women made rather caustic remarks about have been reduced to a hand- the Army of h bae
riAlsrs, a typical one being. "they have much more money for ful. One of those eklnnated la e S un1 "
aSluty things they didn't use to have." Farmers didn't use toM this battle i the New Y.
bujanything. now they have something. Is that bad? These Governor's labor adviser of past had 1 whesnt a
SL atS it o IsInformed, thehadirsalpo .yslilt
Si form of animal by his y bbusinsa. Z7a. t o i Dre re by m i
b. e worked 1 hours a day. t barefooted, worked another battleof. Ba a la s bupst m ra
Ms ekshire when they began to wa and hitated his wife o sotei retain 11 1 r (tff the
to a plow, he could ee oot sa einltemce. ns witi the p The ar base Th
It is very unfortunate that It seemed to take a war to do it, camp e sain p hit IS a tte hit recent
at at long last the farmer got what might be termed a break. pm tPOl wrt SiN Ol the ot y be eci
re an now stu'nd In an upright and well-deserved position of labor aders the club AA t I etre
4ality with the majority of his fellow Americana. they've been lookinf or. tha m tk W
A number of the large western farmers have become wealthy, fh this the aft r ff Pa the iattlea to flg
at the overage or small farmer still is not rich. Food prices fort that the Senator car- T iha oases--o l nd air gba m t was r
Wy be high. or even too high. but the farmer isn't the cause. rod virtually all of Ohip's and h -I fraud
In fact. he senealimes wonders wby the big difference &WfIZl areasin t t 1950 eag d CACM' P t't Anuc
between his selitag pries and the price to the consumer. Senate al election. Wu left 1I the an ot w
As for the price controls on everything (not just food). I tnF page one, bli
nk the forms.- wol'ld welcome tbhrn. The prices of hisa ieces- And thv say that the Re- a e 1)bI business-as far as tie iNo
tle have gone up at a faster rate than his Inoomna. pub 9 mpaigners have vir- 1* tilSeerned--s not a new tf lete
The American farmer should be respected and lauded for tuaf pnted the laba vTae In t is $ Wo thing. A te to
1s nearly thankless efforts toward feeding a hungry world. I the past two months when ritghtlaNf tlg.t g e s t.b
lent 21 of my 25 years on a farm and know first hand of the strong union support could haven T .he aat's dra- gov rn helnter
a farmer leads. I know It so well that I now work for the been gathered fuor the OtP can f edreal- gover th ,ter
Iy. I'm clearing more monny and doing much less work. and ticket. hrdo t OP can e tite of An
1M conditions change much more than they already have. I It is being pointed out that ua bit tor quetalte set
sthmd to remain a It being pointed out that a bit to ali re
-Former Farmer, despite the number ofO del ve o
uding such men ask the A oMrttaM baount o ndb 'of
Teamsters' Dave Beck, the .
JUST A LITTLE CHIRPING Construction Trades' Dick Gray,
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1.4 o "to a b Mr. and Mrs, oseph Emma, an<
irn; Was Major Oen. Glen E. Edgerton.
Abeard
SBritlsh Rangitane Mrs. Margaret C. Falk; Thor-
in t Wiyesterday for wald H. Forsstront Mr. and
or repjr after she lost 50 Mrs. Charles R. Fuller and
a of circulating water from daughter; Mrs. Catherine Gar-
e Plngine, rett; Mrs. Constance Gerransa
Aboard the Rangitane. which Mrs. Gertrude H. Gibson anad
bound for England, was the daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Governor General of New Granberry and 2 children; Rob-
bland. herd Freybwrg. V.O., ert 0. Harrell; Mr. and Mrs.
.ifo was met at the ship by the'Conrad B. Hilson and 2 children;
luster of Great Britain to Pa- Mrs. rather B. Hooper; Mr. and
iama. E. A. Cleugh. Mtis. A. F. Howartd.
IT repairs are made according
A i aehedule the Rangitane should, Mrs. Marie P.. Jacobs and
ve sometime this afternoon. daughter; Mr. and Mrs. John M.
e arrived from New Zealand Klasovaky and 8 children; Miss
a cargo of refrigerated Ivohne Koupermarn: Mr. and Mrs.
ds, and over 300 passengers. Robert 0. Laatz and 2 children;
n and Lilly are local agents Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Lessard
for he ship. and son: Mr. and Mrs. Morton
A -- L LeVee and 2 children; Mrs.
ElizaRlth M Lewis and 2 chil-
Ex rL-Import Bank dren: Miss Bess M Liter: Mr.
S: Credit to Italy iand Mrs. James A. Mable and 2
ane Purchases childrenn; Wilfred Robert Morris;
SME. sept. 'UP Italy.Mr. and Mrs. Walter H Morton
wlil receive credit of 4,720.500 anC 3 children; Mrs. Marie E.
from the Exort-TImport Bank for Mulvebill; John W. Martvn: Mrs
the purchase of four DC-6 air-:Beul]oh F. Norton and 2 children:
S aft to be used for passenger.Mr and Mrs. Dayle Norton and
I a c with South Aerica. son; and Mr. and Mrs. Peter
The planes will be ised hby All- Nufiez
WB', an Italian airline which al-
,ready has regular air traffic' Mr. and Mrs. Gale A. O'Con-
with Soth America. r,.oll and daughter; Thomas H.
'Orr and son; John F. Oster; Mr.
S Paama Canal Board of Directors:and Mrs.,W. R. Pfizer; Mr and
To a*ll Today From New York ,Mrs. John W. Peckham; Mrs.
Aboard S.S. Cristobal IRuth K. Peterson and 2 chll-I
Five members of the Panama Mr. and Mrs Richard R.
Canal Company's Board of Di- Potter and. 2-children: Lt. Gen.
rectors are scheduled to salU'We-, sad M 1*1s A. Pick: Mr. ri "
nesday from New York to attend intrs. Rv D. Reece and 2 chil-
the meeting of th.- Board hpre drefit Mrs Margaret A. Rennie
next week. according to an ad- 'and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs
vance list on the C'ristobal'sPaul D. Richmond and 2 chil-
S southbound sailing. dren: Mrs. Johanna Schwab'..
The Board members are: Ma]. Mrs. Janice 0. Scott and 3 chil-
Gen. Glen E. Edgerton, John W. dren. Mrs. Velta C. Share and
Martin. W. R. Pfizer. Lt. Gen 'daughter: Mrs. Mabel A Steven-
Lewis A. Pick and Maj. Gen. Jul- son and daughter: Mrs Mildredr
Ian L. SchT. y. Mrs. Pflzer r.nd.M Stone and daughter: Mrs.
] Mrs. Pick will accompany their R ubio N. Soddabn and son: Dan
husbands. tel .T. eBulvai Mrs. Mary K.
Also aboard the Cristobal : r Sullivanti d son; Jack C. Suth-
Tse southbound trip*wre to be erland and son: and General
Vincent J. Clarke. purchasing a- Julian L. Schley.
gent for the Panama Canal Com-
pany and former general mana- Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Twach";
4 s tte Commissary division Fred R. Trout: Mr. and Mrs.
a' A U!F. Osiaer. dhief of the Glynn L. T."rrell and 2 children:
ina .aum ,ication .division oflHoward T Tettenburn: MissMa-
'nel Bureau. rla Isabel Uribe: Oakley L. Vest:
M. rs.Glenn W. Adams Mr. and Mrs. Gordon-.B. Wal-
son, names Mara: Mrs. bridge and 2 children: Mr. and,
e C. Adamis and son: Mrs. Mrs. Robert E. Walker and 2,
Alexander: Paul 8. Abbo; children: Mrs. Myra F. Walston
.mand Mrs. Mortimer J. Bren- and 2 children; Mrs. Edith A.
a:n Mr. and Mrs. John C. White and 2 children: MIns Ar-
n and son; James F. Camp- dis M. Willouwhby: Mr and Mrs.
bell: Mr. and Mrs. Henry J- olomon Yudlne and daughter;
Lisme and two children; John J. and Mr. and Mrs: Aloysius 8.
Cosmaf ; Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. 'Zon.
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and 3 children: Mr. New Mexican Airbase
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tat R K. Davison aa whi said to be at In
Mr; ai.. Frances G. Daw- Latin America was i yes-
; Mr. and Mrs. Ed- terday by President Ale-
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placed in a few wefiidt. pIw
3. 3 or 4 pound weight imk~e wos
cleaning a U iht 0We- sur
kereing lob. ero
4. Prame never rusts. rota or A
needs painting.
A. Ireen easily` re at i
fiction of u;2iT fi
6. Admit more air ad lftt.
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real opportuntiy. Must
gh lyprofitable business ven-
becmuse leaving Istlmus. You
t $3,500, immediately start
$400 per month. No li-
t. Write Box L, The Panama
caan.r
money for' good 4 door car
1 1 Thomas Real Estate Agen-
',a Central Avenue No. 259.
1"l. 3-1069.
7 PCiAL EXCURSIONS!
4. IIM PANAMA .TO MEXICO
: e.mvWy $85, round trip $135 115
S, fit),. $160, good one year,
'to ANGLES, one way. $149.
M-,'reound -trip $252.35, 90 day- I
limi .| Panama Dispatch Service
)' opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pon-
ama 2-1655.
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FOR SALE
Auomwtblft
Service Pernri nd Civillen
Glwerrment EmplE.s
Insist on
Gowement Employe finance Co.
When you finance wYet new
or ued ear.
A617CY DINLIMIR
MN. 43 AntenlMe R ow
Phone 3-4984 1-4985
FOR SALE: Borgain 1941 Ford
motor and body overhauled.' Per-
tect condition. $250.00. "B" Ave.
Excelsior Shoe Shop. Panama.
FOR SALE:-T ied tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencios Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door
De Luxe Sedan, dark blue, with
power glide, radio and heater,
new battery. Only 7.,000 miles.
$1,700.00. House 8-B, 6th. St.
New Cristobol.
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker, '4
door Landcruiser, $85000. Can
be easily financed. Call Cu-undu
4146, before noon or after 8 p
m.
FOR SALE--1941 Oldsmobile Con-
vertible. Creme colored .$275 00
House 760-C. Barneby St., Bal-
boa. Tel. 2-2984.


FOR SALE
Miscelanet.a.
O SALE:-We have a few Thor
25 cycle automatic washers at re-
duced prices. Muebleria Casa Spar-
ton. Central 223. Tel 2-4591.
FORt SALE -Do not pay more than
4 55 net, tfor your new -RC-80
arrcb 3-speed automatic record-
onger. 25 or '60 cycles, at Casa
orton, Cetal 223. or at our
neh at No. 56. 9 Avenue, Pan-


I SALE.-Frigidaire Refrigerator,
cu. ft. 25 cycle, Breas.t Drill.
ige Anvil. Map of Panamnia.
72, Diablo. 2-7123, Balboa.


. WANTED
HI Mwelatueol


-...-Service nman and wift
Ing for furnished apartment.
children. 4Me A/2c Gene So-
ranko, Alb ook 22T8.


S- American couple. No
"ildren. Need furnished apart-
o ar vocation quarters around
r 20th. Post Office Box
l-Tort P Chmon.


-AinarIcan family wants
,Or tse
Phone 3-1697 from 8-
.R -1:3b to 5:00.


d home for 3 healthy
cats, separately or to-
for 3 months or perma-
Ily. Telephone P. nato 2-3067
Ibr 6:30 p. m. ..


P~ITED:-.North Ame.lia .feat-
desire 2-3 bedroom quarters.
IMhhed. Call C. A~tykf. 'Metel
yivI, room 233.

Nott Woanted
ED.--Mule Panamanian, bi-
r moving refrigerators,
taimh be fla. Apply Crow-
Agengls, J Street No. 18,

ion Offered
:- Experienced bi-lingual
please state age, edu-
rience in letter ad-
to. -Box 134.
-Z Bi-llnguu oecountont
ly with uditing expe-
lease stte age, edueo-
J mrlence In letter addressed
Fib wl 13 4.


el Flewr Nsic Temple.
(CMObaL C.Z.).
ia Flars Welcome.


FOR SALE:-Sohld rhbhogery bed-
room set of twin beds, chiffonier
and night table. Hitse 31, 5th.
St. New Cristabol, phone 3-2878.
FOR SALE:-Havilnd china service
for 8, new, pael Rose pattern.
Bargain $45.00. Cll Navy 2271.
FOR SALE:-Sidebeard. $25.00. Ice
box, $20.00. CeIdoapt 25 cycles,
$30.00. 5723-D, Nbfle St. Dia-
blo Hgts.
FOR SALE:-GE rpdio, table model
25-60 cycle, 7 hands. 9 x 15 liv-
ingroom rug. Venetian blind 36 k
40. Quartermaster mattress. Nice
smoking statid. House 8-B. 6th.
St. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
ator. 25 cycle, perfect condition.
apply 1524-D. Gavilan Area.
phone 2-4184.
FOR SALE: Registrator. 25 cycle.
Needs new unit $20. Single maple
bed. Phone 2-4411. 5615-B.
Diablo.
FOR SALE--Couch, twin bed size
spring, with heavy wooden frame.
No mattress. $7.00. Currier, 157-
A. Gamboo.
FOR SALE:-Porcelain Coldspot Re-
frigerator, $60.00. Metal Uuffet,
$15.00. Play Pen, $&.00. Phone
6-518. between 4 and 6 p. m.
FOR SALE: New 8 1-2 Cu. Ft.
Leonard Refrigerator, 60 cycle,
used 6 months, $235. Call 86-
4260. 7 a. m. to $:30 p. m.
Monday, Thr Friday. May be
seen at Qtrs. 0257, Apt. A, Garn.
boo.
FOR S*AL:-fRefrilertbr, 13.5 oa.
ft, Servel. 4 mer ild, 25 eM
60 tycle, $4Wd 00. Pheona
am 3424.
FOR AL.E :-Westfnhou~ es-
dr 8.44 cu. ft. frz0r ~uest, e
OMen condition, $ .00.
or terms. 3 flshir poleso
MAIMc'llvelffeb 1440-03, Owb

Telephone 3-460 .


FOR SA i:-1950 Packard Sedan.
Hydarmatlc, white tires, radio.
5711 Diablo. Phone Balboo 2675
FOR SALE:-194 Pfrofer. Excellent
condition, 6 tires, 5 rew *white
wall, all accessories. $850. Phone
Pedro Miguel 4-576.
FOR SALE: English car, 4 dear.
$450. Ask' for Guardia at "La
Voz del Pueblo." Telephonl 2-.
3343, Panamri.

WANTED E
Autemtb4W
WANTED--To buy pre-war car in.
good condtlon. 'Phone 2-1716.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:--Leavina country, house
8.6.500. Call 2-1991. La Boa.



lR SALE:-18' speed boat In per-
fect condition. Gore e Cmino 291
Central Avenue.
FOR SALE: Boat Bottom Point.
Blow Torch. Breast Drill. Large
Anvil 5472. Dioblo, 2-3123.

Accident Victim,
6, To Be Buried
Tomorrow Evening
Burial services for iix.year-
old Viol, HaIsan, an Msoldent
victim, will be held tomorrow
afternoon at Herrera Cemgtery
in Panama City, it wu &a-
nounced today.
The ehild died Saturday at-',
terloon en route to the hospital
after she was ran over by a,
automobile while playlzig tm
Domingo Espinar Street in the
San Miguel district.
She Is survived by her
Mtrs. Louis Ham 4 %
sisters and two bmoftcen -.p -


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FOR SALE: MAt y bed with
Simmons matmfres, to night
table, $125. bobyftroller, $5.00
high chair, $5.00 4d"h.e, cooking
utensils and flower .pft $25 liv-
Ingroom slute, '$200 Phone 3-
3690.


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a1g fought. .-e inners and advanced
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OmOleften with or without mobe.
wHi9 haosomena 57.
. R Ti Room facing
v4rl eio Byls. "L' *.
No. B, tet floor, anma..
M RENTi-Roori, kitchen p.vJ-
leg. Nb. 34, 45th stret. b~e.
phOne B-4625. Penahna.


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wowa of U; Mrs. Tw .
country girl ot 20.
Me atractera are, the
Lord OClfl Justice; Hubert
Lsaks, III- nowa",e& aa Ioa-.
sploum taa" of 50, and M,
the young lead.
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In Sensational 1-Hitter


NEW YORK, Sept. 3.-(UP)-The Yankees
scored two shutouts over the Red Sox, b-0 in the.
afternoon and 4-0 at night, to move three-and-one-
half games ahead of the idle Indians.
Tom German hurled an eight-Mtter in the
afternoon while Ewell Blackwell, with relief help
from Johnny $ain, turned in a fine five-hitter in
his first American League start since joining the
Yankees.


Walcof, Marciano

exchange Telegrams
FERNDALE, New York, Sept
3 (UP) Heavyweight Cham-
pEon Joe Walcott and challen-
or Rocky Marciano stopped
raining for the Sept. 23 title
go long enough yesterday to
exchange telegrams.'
Waloott's telegram, congra-
,-lating Marciano on his 28th
birthday Monday, said: "Many
,apply returns. I hope you will
g. et another chance to fight for
the title on your next birth-
Larolano wired back "In
return for your consideration,
some day I shall be happy to
give your oldest son, Arnold,
Junior a chance at the title if
he decides to become a fight-

. .
Sports Briefs

CHICAGO, Sept. 3 'UP)-
Charfran Stable's "Crafty Ad-
niral" has strengthened his bid
for "Horse-of-the-Year" hon-
Crafty Admiral Monday scor-
t I a two length victory in the
417,000 Washington Park Han-
atp at Chicago. It's the ninth
tn 15 starts for the son of
YI^iIttMg Fox" and is worth
in purse money.
A muddy track and top weight
t 138 pounds failed to stop the
S lkamer. Jockey Eric Guerin had
1f1 e colt near the front until the
^at bt4mn when he pulled away
oWiy to defeat "Spartan Valor"
S-manother candidate for Horse-
<.-the-year honors. King
Ranch's "To Market" ran sec-
cad with Clarence Hartwick's
S"ickle's Image" third.
Crafty Admal paid seven-40,
feWtr doUars and three-0 and
covered the one mile course in
one minute, 36 and four fifth

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diMeaitfted St. Louals base-
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oas w. a break for
Sm pevlrbtT didn't know
a 'n .I held the Florida
G. a bIot boxing chainm-


Veakt calls Cleveland's threat
t1 protest "strictly an alibi."
'* ays Veeck-"I knew I would
.. respqnsible In some way or
Sfor Cleveland's defeat.
VAEs always has to have an
lB. I'm flattered. though, that
thinks I have such unusual
tUeats-that I can control the
wain."
Veeck admits Lopez may be
Vtht in kicking about the
envas cover. Bays Veeck-"It's
Met the finest in the league.
However, the men put it down
th seven minutes which Is a re-
Oard for us and which should
lmeak down Lopez' complaint
OBlt we delayed unnecessarily."


- Mike Fornieles, called up from
the Cuban League, made his Ma-
jor League debut a sensations]
one when he pitched a one-hit-
ter to give the Senators a double
Victory over the Athletics.
Washington won both ends of
the doublehebtder 3-2 and 5-0.
SFornieles had tough competition
From another rookie, Charlie
* Bishopu of the Athletics, who al-
lowed only three hits. However,
there were a sufficient number
of walks and errors to give the
Senators the second tame.
Fornelt get his chance with
Washingtoa n because a former
teammate bad a stomach-aehe.
Fornieles. tamed in his near
perfect pfewm ce last night
in shuttog eut Philadelphia
5-0 hi the second game of the
twinbill..
Only catcher Joe Astroth pre-
vented the SO-year-old right-
hander from throwing a no-hit-
ter. With one out in the second.
Astroth reached first on a clean
single.
After the third inning. Fornie-
les walkedonly nly one man, retiring
the last 14 men in order. For-
nleles wa wild in the first three
innings, walking five. But in the
fourth, he found his target and
Baffled the Athbttcs with a com-
binatlon of fast 'ball, curves and
knucklers. He fa med five.
The Senators plbked up their
new "find" by accident. Origin-
ally, they had recalled pitcher
Saul Sanchez from. Havana of
the Florida International League.
But Sanchez had a stomach-
ache and Fornieles who had a
14-12 record this season with
Havana got the good news that
he would become a Washington
Senator.
Fornleles reported last week,
but Manager Bucky Harris dil
not decide to use him until last
night after the Senators tapped
the A's 3-2 In the first game of
their twinbill.
A Washington scout discovered
Fornieles on the Cuban sandlot
and the Senators ash* hed
last year to play with IgN Ig
in the Class "D" -is N S
League. se pb led a 17-I4
with the '7 xas team in 9S1
was promoted to the Class "0"
Florida International League
this year.
Fornleles' one-hitter was the
first pitched by a rookl making
his Major League debut slmce
1947 when Ken 3ohnson of the
St. Louis Cardinals turned the
trick against the Chicago Cubs.
Luis Aloma of Cuba tarred
as the White Se iwed 3.
fourth pltee by defe= Z .
Tigers 6- 5 and 7-4. Th
hurler went iWo the flit
game as a reliever and wmi
12th straight game Zaee, '.
In the National LeagB, the
Phillies took the wind out ef-he I
pacesetting Dodgers, crua
them 8-2 and 9-3. RobIn Rbet
won his 22nd game In the 441W
and Karl Drews utrned bMMk te
Brooks in the second. ThUe sO
cut Brooklyn's first place Wad
over the Giants to eight m.
No other games were 'wi
In the National League.
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Twilight Ga*0
Phila. Ow 1 0-2 9 I
Wash. 110 tI- 1--S Sa
Newsom, 3er (8-156)
Astroth.
Masterson (*4) and Grassn
Night Game
Philadelphia 00600000--0 1 2
Washington 400 00 01x-5 3 0
Bishop and Aetroth.
Fornieles and Bridshaw.
First Game
Detroit 005 000 00-5 10 2
Chicago 020 001 102-4 8 1
Gray, White (1-7), Trucks and
Batta.
DobAon, Dorish, Aloma (2-0)
and Johnta.
Second Game
Detroit 110 000 020-4 7 1
Chicago 002 000 OMx-7 12
Hoelt (24), Whtte an Ginsa-
berg.
Grissom (11-7), Kennedy, Dor-
ish and Lollar.
First Game
Boston 000 OO 900- 8
New York 032 000 x-5 9 1
Parnell (11-8) and WPMt.
Gorman (5-2) and Burra.
Night Game
Boston 000 OOQ '040-4 5 0
New York 000 W O 4 8 0
Hudson (1-1) gd White.
Blackwell (4-12), Sain a n
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threw a garbage oam thru a
the window afterew ret!ag
home from wat, a wie. .
tling match. Mrs. a t Wow
mised JOdge David OatsI IV-
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NEW YORK, Sept. 3 (UP'-
A jdge was considering today
whether to impose diplomatic
secrecy on a separation suit
filed Wy Mrs. Angler Diddle
Duke against the mUllotaire U.
6. Ambassador to El Salvador.
Both the 49-year-old Mrs.
Duke and her 30-year-old hliu-
band requested that the charges
and deniata in the tt filed
yesteMay be sealed bptauwe the.
coantats might be embarraAtin
to the btate Departbtnt.
B prae Court tuatice Jame
B. IL McNamll* sul he would
atuy the pa .rn to find out
whe.tar they psa Red any em-
ba2as in aterm .
Due was aimed to the El
Bafledu poet early this year
after .Yrving -s tat Secretary
to the U. S. AmnIaqador to Ar-
fgeuttna atd aecial asitantt to
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