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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
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daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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.NO VIOLENCE AS NEGROES ENTER SCHOOL A group Of Negro students arrive' at Clinton
High School In Tennessee as white students line the walk. National Guardmen were on hand
to guard against any new racial violence as the Negroes entered a side door of the Integrated
school. 1

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Clinton

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CLINTON, Tenn., Sept. 4 (UP)
'J en days of mounting turbul turbulence
ence turbulence had subsided today at inte integrated
grated integrated Clinton High', School, but
c dais learned that a "campaign
of fear" has replaced violence in
the fight to restore clasmsroom
segregation!. ; .- ; v
The transformation to peace
nd qiwt here was accompanied
la.tt night by an order from; Ten Tennessee
nessee Tennessee Adj. Gen. Joe Henry to lift
National Guard Patrols and. road roadblocks
blocks roadblocks at this race-torn town.
The oniv -disturbance last night
a I- r : ; on m en
i. t ii in-dny ulivei
l UigS.
Several photographers were push
ed around as the 15 men resisted
their attempts to, take pictures.
National Guardsmen watched but
did not intervene. Guard officials
said later they would, have stop stopped
ped stopped the scuffle if any serious
trouble developed.
Meanwhile, the. fall opening of
school brought racial unrest to
eight southern or border states.
The FBI was reported investi investigating
gating investigating threats against white par parents
ents parents who send their children to
school with Negroes at Clinton.
. A second governor, A.; B. Chand-I
cr of Kentucky,: alerted his Na-
-I n;iO. via! HtlVi
tionai uuara ior puiui- y i
as the demonstrauqns spread to,
the border states where some ra-
tonrotinn he 0 art last Tear.
Meanwhile the Atomic Energy
Commission at Oak Ridge, near
Clinton, ) agreed i to lend night night-slicks,
slicks, night-slicks, tear gas and other riot.
quipment tp a 200-man volunteer
force being recruited .for patrol
duty when the National Guard
leaves. -:-;')-There
was no new disorder
at Mansfield, Tex., where Gov.
AiUn shivers had ordered any
.tnripnts. white or Negro, whose
presence might cause trouble,
transferred to other schools. t
But new incidents, or threats
of incidents, were reported in
both North, and South Carolina.
Virginia, West Virginia, and Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, as wellas in Kentucky.
In Washington, President Eisen
howir said the federal govern govern-wont
wont govern-wont should not Intervene In
riots against Hchoor integration
unless the local authorities fed'
ed or refused re "grapple with
hU aiittxtian Bronsriv."
The President said that so far
the local and state officials ap ap-tipar
tipar ap-tipar tn have 1 moved promptly to
head off trouble. Mr, Eisenhower
also said he "must conform" to
the Supreme Court anti-segregation
order and "do mv very best
to see that it. is carried out in thi
ronntrv
Crowds massing In 4ront of the
high school at Sturgis, Ky. for the
second straight day prompted Gov
rK.niilor tn start National
Guard units at Henderson and Lav
ermore, each 30 minutes trave'angl
time from Sturgis. INo Negro stu
dents aoDeared at the Sturgi
school but about 75 whites milled
around the area. Five carloads of.
Kentucky state police reinforced
local officers to. keep order.
Nine Negroes attempted to en enroll
roll enroll at Sturgis yesterday but went
away when they saw a crowd of
500 around the school.
Another crowd of 500 directed
catcalls and eggs at a Methodist
minister who pleaded for the halt
of a demonstration at Matoaka,1
W. va.,t where 17 Negroes enroll
ed in the high school Tuesday. A
number of schools in West Virginia
have been integrated but demon
strations at white Sulphur Springs,
75 miles from Matoaka, last fall
forced a. postponement of Integra
tion there. ., -!
i The minister at Matoaka. the
Kpv. Donald G. Spurlock. finally
persuaded the crowd to break up

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ence
and to discuss the problem la'ter
at tne church.
It was disclosed belatedly that
an ; informal picktt lin of 300
persons patrolled the high school
at Elloree, S.C, when classes
began earlier this week.
. Rumdrs that Negroes' would try
to enroll prompted the demonstra demonstration,
tion, demonstration, which was discontinued yes yesterday
terday yesterday after no Negroes showed
There is no, public school inte integration
gration integration anywhere in South Caroli Carolina
na Carolina or in any of the Old South states
from Virginia to the Texas bnrcler
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Egyptian Troops Deployed
To Forestall 'Surprise Attack'

' CAIRO, Sept. 8 (UP) i- Egypt
ordered troops Into combat po positions
sitions positions today to meet a possible
"surprise attack at Any mo moment.';
ment.'; moment.'; 1 '. .'
The action came a lev hours
before the six-nation Suez con
ference entered the crucial stage
f tab 0Dn0sinft western and
talks onjpposmg weswrn ana
Egyptian plans for control of
the canal.... ....... 'X vr-.;v;:a.;'-;-
The five-nation committee
presenting the American plan
for Internationalization of tne
101-mile waterway sent one of
its members, Iranian Foreign
Minister AH Gholi Ardalan, to a
private conference with Egyp
tian 'president camat Abdei
Nasser." ;- ;
Thev conferred before the full
committee met. with Nasser for
the fourth and crucial -round of
their talks. .'-'. -"-It
was bet'eved Ardalan
sought clarification of. Nasser's
reported proposal for an inter- :
national advisory board for the
canal which would be linked
to the United Nations..
That was the crux of an ln-
dian proposal at last montn s 29 29-nation
nation 29-nation London Suez conference
which 'Jhe western powers re rejected.
jected. rejected. Shortly before the conferees
came to -grips again with the
problem, Maj. Kamal Eldin Hus Hussein,
sein, Hussein, chief of the hastily-mustered
reserve. Egyptian army,
made a tour of canal sone for
tifications and issued orders for
deployment of troops in strate strategic
gic strategic positions. w
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Eov;!2S$ Ship Buck
f,n f rfl All
, VIUIwmoI Mil
. ...
r
' Dragging a bowless ship slern-
flrst through the choppy Caribbean
took more power and ingenuity
than a couple of resourceful salv
age crews could bring to the job
yesterday.; -1
The master Mi the Spanish tug
RA-1 had cleared Cristobal Tues-
day night towing the Spanish ves
set Arraiz. Their destination was

Bilbao, Spain, where the bow of ff df,a yerday by a Gorgas
the Arrai will be reconstructed luospltal doctor shortly after he

Some days ago, the ships propel
ler ana rudder were removed in
preparation for the "backwards'
voyage. s
Today both tug and tow ar back!:
in Cristobal, tied up alongside the
pier, wnne omcera ana crew irv
to devise some better techninnc'
than the one used on the first start!1

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Subsides

rates
schools In Long. HiH, N.C., and
White Stone, Va as a result of
false rumors that Ntgroes would
pply as students. , ;
In the Birmmeham-- Ala.. Vea
crosses were burned at 11 schools
luesday meht in an imD bed warn
ins for Negroes to stav awav frnm
the white schools when they open-
ea yesieroay,
At Clinton, National Guard pre
cautions were 'relaxed somewhat
because of the General peacefai-
"cot VI llie SllUAllUn;
Total attendance at the high
sninoi roacnea a.'a, 58 more than
"""lay s but '1 was far shot
I All 12 i ,.urs tame to school
I but one leit because of illness.
"Surprise attack mav -nme
at any moment"," he-said,
Despite the tense atmosphere,
Egyptian and five-nation com
mittee sources expressed hope
ior aa agreement on brnnri
principles, to keen the door o-
pen to further negotiations.
Committee Ohairman Prim.
Minister Robert O. Menzles of
Australia "appeared optimistic
in his public-statements. ;
Sources said the American
delegate. Deputy Pndersec Pndersec-retary
retary Pndersec-retary of State Low W. Hen Henderson,
derson, Henderson, 5 had emerged as the
peacemaker, bridging the gap
between the western and E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian stands.
Menzies, who was reported to
, aJe recelved death-threat
nraiivea 10 ena tne con-
icxeucs oy tnu weekend,
" i.- ill .' J
the chairman desired to"Veturn
UWiiUiiiLLCB Rnoirpqmon o M
to Lor.1 Con to reDori. tn Rritich
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd.
uuiiuiiui-e nein a. tain.
hour private session
Australian legation
at the
before,
ending Ardalam to
see
in OS-
ser.
. Jhe Iranian diplomat said
jater his talk was "friendly"
but he would not elaborate. :
. The situation had ramifica ramifications
tions ramifications elsewhere in the Arab
world.
Libya, Egypt's African neigh neighbor,
bor, neighbor, protested to Prance and
the United States against move movement
ment movement of French troops to Cy Cyprus
prus Cyprus and ousted a French con consul
sul consul as 'undesirable.' Both na nations
tions nations have bases In Libva.
A bomb exploded against the
nnusn-crganizea Arab News
Agency building in Beirut, Lebanon.1--::"'
':.-'...
The attackers left a note
signed "Nasser'a volunteers."
PanCanal Worker
Dies Suddenly
Heliodoro Jimenez. 5fi in4' .m
,?loye of the Panama Canars Hy
drograpMc Branch, was pronounc
. orougnt in ny a irlend.
Reportedly Mr. Jimenei iiitW
ed severe pains in his chest at his
home in Panama City.
wncn ssumuianis tailed to re
"eve him, he was brought to "the
nospuai in-a private autmnhilp
An autonsv has hepn nrrlnrod hv
hospital authorities.

Family

Hopeful
HAMDEN, Conn.. Sept. (UP)
The family of kidnaped six-week
oia cyntnia Ruotolo kept up then then-hopes
hopes then-hopes for her save return today
but police said they had run into
a blank wall and were waiting for
tnat one good Up."
FBI agents went to the Sears
Roebuck store from which Cyn Cynthia
thia Cynthia was stolen Saturday and ques questioned
tioned questioned many employes and shop-!
pers in the hope of finding some
new clue to he baby's whereabouts.'-
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Cynthia was taken from her
carriage in the store's gift wrap wrapping
ping wrapping department while her moth
er shopped and ate lunch. Sev
eral shoppers have told police
they saw a dumpy, dark skinned
woman leave the store with a ba baby.
by. baby.
"The investigation is still con continuing,"
tinuing," continuing," was ell the FBI would
ay. "We have bo comment at
this time." -:
Hamden't Assistant Police
Chief Francis V. McManus said,
"we're running out of leads. We're
against a hank wall, we re waiting
for that one good tip." ;
Stenhen Ruotolo. 33. lather of
the missing child, was given
leave of absence with full pay by
the Sherwin Williams Faint Co.
$80 a-week paint salesman this
week. 1
He staved at home with .his
distraueht Wife. Elanor. 29. and
waled by the elephone for some,
word about Cynthia.
Ruotola said no more appeals
would be made to the kidnaper to
return Cynthia. He .and his wife,
their Driest and foreign speaking
volunteers have made broadcast
and televised appeals, for the hid
nmpr to .brirj Cvnthla back or
tai-e her to a diurch.
'i coiT'e'i son, Gary, 8. v.lio
was ill oilier tins week, -was
well enough t attend the opening
day of school.' A relative cared fo
Susan, the Ruotolo I zo-momn-
old daughter.
Murder, Kidnaping
Rap Faces Lamarca
Af October VTnal
MINEOLA, N.Y., Sept. t (UP) (UP)-Aneelo
Aneelo (UP)-Aneelo John Damarca, polerfaced
abductor of infant Peter Weinber
ger,, was arraigned yesterday on
charges o: kidnaping and murder.
A tentative trial date of Oct. 1 was
The 31 year-old father of two
children, who said he stole 32-day-old
f etet for $2,000 ransom and:
men aoaimonca mm. w- me, re
mained silent while attorneys ar
La marea 'attorney. David Maw
kowitz, asked for a 30-day delay
so he would, have time to study a
psychiatric report on tne oetena oetena-ant
ant oetena-ant and prepare a motion to move
the trial to another county.
Judge Cyril Brown set Oct. l as

the tentative trial date over Ma"v-irvnf Raton TUA who
kowitz' protests, Harold SpitzerJ Mcrm,ck of Raton M., who

( .oaletnnf rlictftnf ttjmV
b"u' WW1V vw"v'i -
llfl
J the date. He said the,
Stale WBIJM w Mmaiv w
an early, trial ; to expedite the
case,:: ;' : -i".

The state is seeking the death'n.. A.. nllMfl

penalty for Lamarca, who k tole
feter irom nis carnage w wis y-
tio of the Weinberger home at
Westbury, N.Y. July 4. jreter was
left to die under a roadside hon
evsuckle bush the next day, ac
cording to Lamarca's confession.
' body was louna neany two
months after the kidnaping.
UP London Office
Cets-Booby-Trap-
Package In Mail
LONDON, Soph i (UP) A
Grook nowtpaner ingeniously
rigged Into a dangerous booby booby-trap
trap booby-trap was received by tha London
news-pictures bureau, of Unittd
Press today. It bore an Athens
postmark.
' The iasido pages of the papar
had boon filled with an intense
chemicat dye, enclosed with it
was a contraption rigged with a
paper clip, rubber hand and but button
ton button to whisk the powdered dye
Into the face of anyone opening
the newspaper.
The "detonator" failed to
function properly when the pa pa-was
was pa-was opened by a member of the
U.P staff. He was unhurt. ?
";,vW '-'.";''
A note penned In Creek nand nand-writing
writing nand-writing fell from the paper.
- City of London detectives took
the newspaper and its contents
for examination

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NEWSMEN ACCOMPANY STRIKE'LEADERS leaders of the PanamA City bus drivers strike
prepare to leave their Rio Abajo headquarters yesterday for the first time since the strike
started at midnight Tuesday en route to an Impasse-breaking meeting with President elect
Ernesto de la Guardla Jr. at the Caso, del. Periodista. Thev are accomnanled hv

bad to. assure them they would not be arrested. Ricardo Lince of
iliW lniu Dikorfn Dorllll. la n T Iniu'i iHirk .kl.

WAj, i,iitvc Itmivi HUUH W I buiub to. VII A igllb WHAiC UbllCl I1CWOUICI1, lnClUQing ArmanQO
Moreno, Fabian Velarde Jr. and Escoiastico Calvo, and other strike leaders bring up-the rear.

Ccr.rj:cd Firemen slimed
For Santa Fe Train Wreck

SPRINGER, N.M., Sept. S (UP)
Santa Fe Railroad official said
fast night that a confused fireman
threw a switch at the wrong time,
sending the crack "'Chief smash-!
ing Into a mail and express train
and kilhng 20 persona. .-
hT. J. Anderson, Santa Fe's As As-sistat
sistat As-sistat .General Manager, said the
fireman became confused and
thrctw the switch too soon.-1 The
passenger train, which should have
sped past the waiting man train,
Instead roared onto the siding and
hit the sidetracked tram head-on
Twelve persons were taken to hos
pitals and one was injured seri seriously
ously seriously in. the pre-dawn smashup
vpsterdaV.
A coroner's inquest into the
deaths was scheduled for ., noon
EOT todav.
Workers found the 20th body in
the wreckage of the two Santa Fe
trains Just before dark yesterday,
more than 15 hours after the col-

motion to move'lision 00 dwg ouu os spring

Th fast bodv found was that of
Santa Fe employe, Lawrence
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to catch bis regular run.
Fire Razes Docks,
QgJ rUllltU
Yakrfroni Sccl;:n
PORTLAND. Ore., Sept. 6 (UP),
A marine fire swept a half-mile

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section of the Portland waterfront' hower-s influence over the Repub Repub-yesterday,
yesterday, Repub-yesterday, destroymg Industttrl Ucan party, particularly in Con-

Duiuungs, uociu ouu uuv.
The blaze apparently started on
the dock area of the Zidell ship
yard near the Ross Island bridge
flFAfl

on the west side of the WiUamettelpngiu,,,, tngt president known

River. The flames burned down
six buildings and four homes be
fore they could De coniroueu.
Th nH Seattle-Bremerton Fer
ry, the Malahai, tied up at the 7aA
dell machinery dock and about to
be retired, was also a victim oil
There were no reports of any se serious
rious serious iniuries. although several.
firemen suffered from smoke and
exhaustion.-.,- v---"'! Vl
Every available piece of the ci city's
ty's city's fire fighting equipment was
called to battle the blaze, includ including
ing including two fire boats. For a time, a
15-mile east wind threatened to
vault the flames across the watered-down
area.
The six industrial buildings de destroyed
stroyed destroyed were the Barde Steel Com-.
pany machinery warehouse,. Alas
ka Junk Company warehouse, two
Alaska Junk company macninery
sheds, a concrete warehouse and
office bulldine of Alaska Junk
and a jobbers supply company
warehouse. --,
No estimate of the damage was
immediately available.

Bulldozer pushed the wreckage
to one side and other trains were
able to pass through by yesterday
ittprannn ,.
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All t a dead were Santa Fe em
ployes, but only one was on the
mail train Engineer L. J. Rush
of Raton. The others were person
nel from the chief, including En
gineer E. O. Forster of Raton.
McCormick's name was not list
ed with the passengers of the crew
since be was riding a pass.
Therefore, it was not known that
he was among the dead until tne
wreckage was combed.
Eiser.hr.7er fees
Ho InCnce Loss
Throdi Second Term
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UP) -President
Eisenhower yesterday ti
jected the idea that his influence
will diminish u he is elected to
second term.
He told a news conference that
"any president, as long as he is
honestly and earnestly trying to
serve 168 million people, is not
going to be without influence." i
Mr. Eisenhower is the first pres president
ident president to be affected by a new cons constitutional
titutional constitutional amendment limiting an
American Chief Executive to two
terms.
'4-
Some political observers have
gress. ateramea irom me tear ne
might not seek reelection u cross-
ed.
A newsman asked the President
for his views "on the general pro-
to be serving: his last term suf suffers
fers suffers a certain erosion in power and
influence! j .-. :
Mr.; Eisenhower drew a laugh
by replying that "Its' perfectly
obvious I don't know anything a-
bout it from experience, I haven't
been that kind of a president."
' This may be the reason, he add added,
ed, added, that "the charge 'is hurled at
a man so often that he is a spe special
cial special interest, president; that he is
either for the rich or for the bald bald-headed
headed bald-headed people or any other group."
Suez Evacuees.
Arrive-In London
LONDON, Sept. S (UP) The
first Britons evacuated from the
Middle East because of the Suez
Canal crisis arrived in London
today by plane from Jordan. The
evacuees included five wives and
11 children of British embassy
personnel In Amman,

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El Panama-America, leads the r
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Du3 Here Sept. 12
) General Maxwell D. Taylor.
Chief of staff. D.S. Army will
arrive in the Canal Zone Sept.
12 for a one-day visit following
an official trip to South Ameri America,..
ca,.. America,.. Headquarters cari bbean
Command announced today.
Accompanying Gen. Taylor
will be Mrs. Taylor and Maj.
Gen. and Mrs. Paul D. Harklns.
Gen. Harklns is Assistant Depu Deputy
ty Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations,
Department of the Army.
A military honors ceremony
will be conducted ; upon Gen.
Taylor's arrival by airplane ; ay
Albrook Air Force Base on
Wednesday afternoon. He will be
welcomed by Maj. Gen. Truman
H. Landon, Commander of the
Caribbean Air Command, and
acting Commander in Chief, Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean command and the Ar Army
my Army and Navy, component com commanders,
manders, commanders, ; ;.-.. .--. ;- ''---,-"
" Gen. and Mrs.L Taylor will be
the guests of Lt. Gen. and Mrs.
William K. Harrison, Jr., at their
residence at Quarry, Heights.
Gen. 'and Mrs. Harklns will be
the guests of Gen. Thomas L.
Harrold, commanding General,
U.S. Army Caribbean, at his res residence
idence residence at Fort Amador:
On Thursday morning the "Army-Chief
of Staff will hold con conferences
ferences conferences with General Harrold
and other military authorities in
the canal zone. The General
his party will depart from
Albrook before noon for the
United States.
Others in Gen. Taylor's party
will be Col. Robert C. Forbes,
Maj. Dwight M. Brooks, Maj.
Richard E. Donahue and War Warrant
rant Warrant Officer William R. Rausch,
who are all assigned to the staff
of the Department of the Army.
Israel Accuses! f
Egypt Of Barring S
Cargo-Laden Ship
LONDON, Sent. C (UP)-Israel
cnargea yesterday that Egypt bar-
red Suez passage to a Greek
freighter hearing cargo to an-Is
raeli port in violation of its pledge
to guarantee treedom of passage
to au vessels tnrpugh the canal.
The Israeli embassy here ;said
the Greek freighter Pannegia, load
ed wun cement ana bound for the
port of Elath, was forced. to a-
gandon its right to pass through
the canal." t
sIt said Israel had to recall the
vessel to Haifa from Port said
where it said the freighter had
been waiting for capal passage to
the Red Sea since May 25.
Elath, the destination of the
Pannegia, is Israel's port on the
Gulf of Aqaba. an arm of the Red
bea south of the Suet Canal.

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Drivers Want.
Archbishop :
As Mediator
The end of the Panomi
City bus drivers strike wai
in sight today.
The strikers have accent
ed in principle a proposal to
name a committee ta nego negotiate
tiate negotiate better- working condi
Hons.- However, they modifi-
cu mo proposal, made by
rresiaentTeiect Ernesto de,
la Guardia Jr., to inclifde;
two more members appoint
ed by the bus drivers union
and Achbishop Francis Beck-
mann.
They prooosed that fh
first meetina of the ornuii
be held this afternoon at 4
The modificctton ana cc-
cr-v--: v.;3 irc!ji:J in. a
note delivered ts the Pre:i.
dent-elect at noon today,
As the strike enUr if
ond day more buses were in op operation
eration operation throughout the city. -Today
like yesterday was quiet
and business wat being con conducted
ducted conducted as usual. However, the
windowa of a Pedregal-Mercada
bus were broken this morning;
by atones thrown by unknown
vandalg at it drove through the
Marafion area en route to the
market -i ......
As a result of the lnrMuM
number of buses, commuters to to-day
day to-day confronted little or no dif
Acuity in getting transportation
Into town from the suburb.

ice first break in the Im Impasse
passe Impasse which started Monday
when talks between the strike
leaders and the Prea'dent-
elect were broken off cams
yesterday when Jorge Rami- -res,
president of the Panama
Newsmen's Union, and some -city
editors of local papers at attempted
tempted attempted to bring both aides a
gain to the conference table.
Following j separate meetings

with both De ia Guardla and the
strikers, a meeting of the two
groups was called for last night.
At this gathering both the President-elect
and the striken
backed down from their origi original
nal original stand. :

The meeting held at the Casa
del Periodista, started at 7:30
and was prolonged until 10:30,
with the strikers -" agreeing ta
submit to a general assembly
this morning, a new proposal
made by De la Guardla.
De la Guardia's new proposal
consisted of. the naming of a
committee to study a plan to
provide better working condi conditions
tions conditions for bus drivers,
j The committee would be com- -prised
of a member of the pub public
lic public administration faculty of the
Panama University and repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Finance Minis Ministry,
try, Ministry, National Guard, Newsmen's
Union, union and non-union but
drivers, bus-line operators, in- -dependent
transpor tatlon
groups,, and drivers of Colon and
Interior bus routes, wlth, the
Minister of Labor presiding over
the committee.
During the three-hour meet,
ing last night, the bus drivers
backed down from their Original
stand on the reduction of the
gasoline tax to bring the retail
price down to 26 cents per gal.
Ion. At first they said they would
settle for a ten-cent reduction.
Later they reduced their demand
to eight cents. '
However, de la Guardla would
make no commitment on the
tax eat In particular, leaving
the whole issue to be discussed
by the proposed committee.
Drivers of the San Franclsco Franclsco-Mercado
Mercado Franclsco-Mercado bus route who joined
the strike yesterday went back
to work this morning after serv serving
ing serving notice that the reduction in
the price of gasoline was not the
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AN OPEN LETTER TO JUDGE CRunli
Your Honor;
The remark by Canal Zone policeman a short time ago
after a suspended sentence was impeded by your court is typi typical
cal typical oi the misconcept so many members of tne Division have
of the law. baia mat person: "Wnat's the use of hauling In
these damned niggers and mlns II tlicy dons get sent to the
Sen? Might just as well close my eyes ana earn my eignt
our'a pay, and not give a damn whai nappens on the beat.
Th :inai Zone Dolice always reienutssly believed, and

till do, that the prime mission of the law is poison and an

infinity of equally naiTow-minaeo District wuatsesuuiitwiucjf
have enaorsea tnis antique of it gal logic by oiincuy practicing
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tion renabiuta-tion of the delinquent In good nd responsiole standing among
8001 in 'preponderance" of instances this can be Quite satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily reaiiufcd by otierag the defenaant either oi the privi privileges
leges privileges of probation anaor a suspended sentence, out unaer a
series of national conditions which may range from restitution
to rigid montnly conauct surveys by responsible clergymen or
priest who would report to the court, and wornd be uougatea
to advise cancellation of tne privilege for cause.
- The high-tension racial lines that run tnrough the Canal
Zone Police Division already caarge the division with too much
antipathy to safely award it the responsibility for managing
defendants on conditional freeaom. Many deiendants appear
In court already penitent, and Institutional punishment may
distress this' repentance to tna extent tnat Instead of helping
resolve, the deiendants subseuuent oenavior into factors of
sound determination to go straight and be respectable, it may
develop In him worse tendencies than those which primarny
had caused his error. ; 1 ' j
A single conditional chance to any defendant, who previ previously
ously previously never had one, no matter what his record is. may very
well be the difference between his regeneration and lurther
degeneration. The court could order a defendant to make, hon honest
est honest actual or cost restitution of property taken. Benevolent aa
auch an order la it does not deprive the aggrieved party of -his
due or face the defendant of tensity.
It combines both while meeting the classical terms of jus justice.
tice. justice. In effect, the defendant is duly penalized by his pledge
of restitution or reparation, whose terms may take some time
to fulfill during which period he must not become involved In
any kind of criminal offense. For good measure the, court
may also levy fines upon him for any voluntary forfeit of his
pledge by terming such forfeiture contempt of court, and even
ultimately revoke the privlloge for repeated forfeitures and
Imprison him for the whole fentence, without regard to the
Interval since trial. ,-..'X .,,.- ,.,',. ;.S'
'These are mere suggestions, your Honor, to assist you in
your good work. Do not be daunted, for this was what caused
all your predecessors to fall and leave you the burden of their
blunders. Let your own conscience and wisdom guide you,- not
the Canal. Zone police or the District Attorney.

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By VICOTR RIESEL

Adlal Stevenson had better
bring his little black book up to

date or hell lose some mends.

The other day the Democratic can

didate took time out of a very
busy schedule to write to some
fiends a long and fiery telegram

kicking around the Bepubtican

nominee and then dispatched it

to the wrong address.

This wire was sent to labor's

high command, address Washing

ton, D.C., while it was in session

in Unity House, the mountain top
garden spot for garment workers

who like to cavort tneir vacation.
Meanwhile many of those on
the AFL-CIO Eecutive Council

wondered just why Mr. Stevenson

had not in some way acknowl

edged their endorsement of the

Democratic ticket.

The wire was not discovered un until
til until after the labor leaders went

down the mountainside, It would

have warmed their politicking

hearts, for it is one of the tough

est personal attacks on President
Eisenhower made in these early

campaign days.
It was a sign of things to come.
It charged bluntly that the -Presi

dent was on the .bosses' side

acalnst the workers. And "when

word of it got to top Republican
strategists they, said in effect.

"We'll see later just what the

workers themselves think, we ve

a surprise for the Stevenson-la
bor coalition." 5

The telegram which was almost

lost over the Labor Day weekend

said: : 'r

"Sen. Kefauver and I are

proud and heartened by the en

dorsement of the national AFT-CIO

executive committee. It is a grati

fying vote of confidence in Sen.

Kefauver and myseu. on tne oa

sis of past performances, the

workini: people know that we can

be depended upon to keep our

word. I say this because, when

Gen. Eisenhowerran for the pres presidency
idency presidency in 1950. he made the follow

ing pledge to America's working
men and womeni-

'It will be my aim to so con

duct the presidency that at the
end of my service: each of you
ould honestly say these words:
He has been fair. He has been my
friend.' ,v.V: '--L? i V

'The working people of I this

country have had four years to

judge the promises and, perform-

a nee or Mr. zisennower ana tney

now rendered their judgment.

"The verdict is ...... no conn-

dence k- i-i

"It is 'no confidence' because

the President has (1) backed

down on his promises to amend

the Taft-Hartley Act; (2) stacked
the NLRB aga'st laborff3) op

posed the Democratic party's fight

for a fair minimum wage, inisiis
bv no means the total indict

ment of the Eisenhower adminis

tration in this field. The plain fact

is that on any Issue between the

boss and. the worker it is now

clear, that Gen. Eisenhower baa
only a deaf ear for labor. I

' -swnea Aaiai Mevenson..

Of courses this reflected the

sentiments of the national labor

leaders, except for three men. But
the Republicans don't plan to take

for granted the fact that labor's
i .... mi i J

rinn-ina-me wiu iuuuw uicu wax

en. The GOP has no hope of be

ginning to .match labor's precinct
organisation but the Republicans
are doggedly launching just such

a laoor voie-geiung aisinci uigau uigau-ization
ization uigau-ization in a score of states and

they are determined to compete

first with : Walter Reuther's peo

ple right on their home grounds.
it. m 1.11

Beneve it or not, me nepuou

cans held a state labor conven

tion on Aug, 28 m Detroit's Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic Temple and most of that ro robust
bust robust rally came the Wayne
County Eisenhower Labor Com

mittee. Star speaxer was new
Jersey's Senator Clifford Case.
Believe it or not, the two men
wha breanized the Eisenhower la

bor Tally, the convention chair

man and tne two top permanent
officers are all members in good
standing of the United Auto Work

ers Union, whicn is lea oy
Reuther. And' shades of Sen.

Frank Clement's nurole prose and

Gov. Arthur LangUe's lashing of

th Democrats the rally s Key

note speech was made by one of

ine many orocen w un
ion, a chin bv the name of Tom

Loizio, president of UAW Local
300, at the Curtis-Wright plant, in

New Jersey. ; ? ;
Thi no conservative rally,

It nassed a very strong cml righU

plank mentioning the Supreme
court decision and a series of
other labor resolutions which
Reuther himself would have to en

dorse. : "V y "; -.r.-f-.
There may be other such con con-in
in con-in ft.pr ; the vote is

finally counted in November, we'll

not only know wno u .m

but jUSt Who SWingS ine laour iim
if there is one.

Batting Average For Congress
: By Peter Ed son : (

WASHINGTON (NEA) 1 1856. a total of 891 .-,

While all the big wheel politicians The differences between these
were running around like crazy at totals and the 21 White House

Chicago and San Francisco, the
little wheels of government were
grinding away as usual in Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. Bureaucrats and news cor

respondents, returning to the
capital, found things just about as
usual, only quieter. ; ?
In this quiet it was possible to
make an accurate check on just
how President Eisenhower's legis legislative
lative legislative program had fared is the
second session of the 84th Con Congress.'
gress.' Congress.' '".-'. v;':':"v,,.
Much business was transacted
in the final days and nights of the
session. It has taken some time
for the clerks to tally just what
was passed and what was not.
The final count shows that. 23S
proposals were sent to Congress
by the White House and executive
agencies. Of these, 125 were
passed and 111 were not.
This gives the administration a
53 per cent score. It compares
with a 50 per cent record in 1955.

During that year, 4 White House

proposals were passed ;and 92 re rejected.".
jected.". rejected.". ; i wi,H ',

These fieures do not cive a true

picture of the Democratic-controlled
84th Congress work load,
however. It passed 390 public laws
the first session Ind 638 the sec second
ond second for a total of 1.028 in the two

years. Congress also passed 490

private bills in 1955 and 403 in

recommendations approved by
Congress are accounted for by

measures introduced by individual
senators and representatives, or

groups of congressmen, then
passed And signed by the Presi-

Most of these private bills are of

local interest a federal project
here or a relief bill there. But they
all play an important part in help helping
ing helping congressmen get re-elected.
On the major national and in international
ternational international ? measures in which
there is the broader interest, the
Eisenhower administration tan

claim a good record, though it
didn't get everything it wanted the

way it wanted. it. s ,i
Thus the soil bank-' act was
passed only after the original con-
ressional farm bill was vetoed by
le. President. The foreign aid

program was drastically cut by

congress, boclal security benefits
were increased by Congress be beyond
yond beyond the President's recommenda recommendations.
tions. recommendations. ? The i t administration s
highway financing' program was
completely rewritten by Congress.
Even' so. the Democratic-con

trolled Congress can take a fairlv

low bow for approving as mucb of

the President s program as it did.

Tiiere is political credit enough for

tjoui...' ... -viv,--.? ., 1 v
But It is in the unfinished buii

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WASHINGTON rnnPT..m.

Edgar Hiestand (R., Cal.) is a

stern, aignilied, retired Sears.

Roebuck executive. rieA in hi.

bearing and his Republicanism'. He

offered to turn over its
- Romance Rumors
The two vice pre. t

lenaers,. mcx 1 a

ucanug aa ma nepuoucanism. tie v.i. if.j
is impatient wth government BdlSS'M H f
tape, which haa led hi t t.k.!"me block and sull res

short cuts with his congressional! -ame nwcrhood a g
payroll u" ical coincidence that has i i i
For '"convenience ake," Hies- Jan'1 beUl 1
tand has required employees tolchreVnd
help pay office expenses out ofL,ile.N1iXOM "d detain n-
their iovernment Bav an li.,.:?1"1"! kl0 n dogs, bav- t i

ular. if not illegal practice. It fc.ffS But rc
aeainst the law toauhmit f.l. "J !! Pat h.x i a 1

payrolls to the government. It is

also illeeal to accent kirkh.rw. Keen linked in print. The

political contributions from gov-'.,V5r. .? if1 InosUy svm svm-ernment
ernment svm-ernment employees. i for the Non young-.ers,

wneiner Hiestands payroll prac- r c ." 1 t
Uces technically violit. th. I.-.8"?1 bodyguards.

is up te the Justice Department' M,orir,USflt C,lQ.. k 50
to puzzle out. He Docketed ft fcipk.:c.,te8"c ,bout tt. d8-.

back money himself. -nefr. .PUbUcized m ue
. This column h .,,hiich "raps'Bn, is a, cocker span-

two Hiestand employees, Virginlali' i ?L.ut houS9
Timmona and Kfv. t1 of cocker Spamels. At times.

ha va written rh.rk. ii.' nave .been .,'more cocker
X. i,ChTChV d?2 H P"tab thanWers. The hiri-

drawn on Washineton'. National!'", u-

" ciuains a net sriinir in

ri i i k n ar i a r ----

Employ tt Admit Paymants

His explanation: he deooaited

no ViV

related to the cocker spanless).
No one can say positively that
a Kefauver pooch has never

ti im in ihAif 7m.. n. Aeiauver poocn has never

ness the measures recommended

by the President and not passed
by Congress that the record

really shows up.

Here are some of the major
measures which died in the last

Congress, making them issues in

the coming campaign:

Authorization for the U.S. to
join the Organization for Trade
Cooperation (OTC) to administer

tarm agreements. F ( ;

Amendment of the Taft-Hartley
Labor-Management act" ?'
Equal pay for women and men

in lederai employment.

Juvenile delinquency control act
Health insurance act;

Federal school aid act. Civil
rights program. '. r ,.;
Dollar limits on price support
loans to big farms, j :
Adoption of water policy legis legislation.
lation. legislation. .'
Construction of Fryingpan-Ar-kansas
dam in Colorado.
Authorization for six partnership
power projects. ;
Ten-year program for rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation of national parks. :
Postal rate increases.. Immigra Immigration
tion Immigration law revision.- i
Provision for prior : notification
on business mergers. p s

Increase patent fees to make

Patent Office pay its way.
' Approval of Government Reor Reorganization
ganization Reorganization Plans l'and 2.

Approval of a new federal trans-

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Josto Arosemena between Slst and 32nd d Sts. Acroi from Olympic Swimming PooJ

contributed by the Republican
Congressional Camnaien rnmmli.

tee. went to nav nnlitiral hiiu n.

1 etthe girls sign the checks in-!

iieaa oi aoing so himself, for con convenience.
venience. convenience.

nM, aa e-einpiuyee, Alary
Anne Davis, admitted to this col

umn insi sne naa paid for part part-time
time part-time help out of her congressional
lalarv. Sha wrntit a

dated May 20, 1955, to Margaret

wnuney ior sao, another dated
AprU 29, 1955, to Brookei Gilbert Gilbert-son
son Gilbert-son for 122.85. Miss Davis' claimed

she was never reimbursed for

paying the two girls who worked
in Hiestand's office.
Another. ex-emnirivM Uarv

Hornbeck, acknowledeed writintf

a $31.25 check, dated January 29.

to nay Joseohine Reynold for

helrjlne out at th nffi Mi..

Hornbeck claimed," however, that

sne naa nirea ana paid the Rey Reynolds
nolds Reynolds Sir! on tipr own rcnnnihil.

ity without pressure from Hie Hiestand.
stand. Hiestand. .-.

She could not explain another
$21 check dated March T. 1954,
made out to Brooke Gilbertson.
But she insisted she "must have
been" reimbursed for this pay payment,;,
ment,;, payment,;, r'f ,.
, Congressman Ixplalns
Confronted with these facts,
Congressman Hiaxtanri .im.mL

edged that he had asked his em

ployees occasionally to pay part part-time
time part-time workers who might type let letters
ters letters or stuff envelonK for

of evenings. It took too much red

iape, ne explained, to put some someone
one someone on the congressional payroll
for a couple of days' work

Hiestand arvusH thut k j;j

.7 r ... ii v. uiu uui
keep kickbacks from his employ employees
ees employees but often dinned in hi.

pocket to pay his congressional
expenses. He showed this column
a book of check stubs which
showed he had paid office expen expenses,
ses, expenses, including Iiart-time unrlrin

out of his personal bank account

ine uaiitorma congressman al

so keeps his SOn-in-law. Norman

wans, on tne niihiic novrnii

$208 a month though he works
full time for the Los Angeles Ad

vertising uud. Hiestand claimed
his son-in-law handles congression

al nomewora in nis spare time.
This column discussed the story
with the Justice Department and

there ia no evident nf th l.

ieged romance.

As -for the grownups, Nixon has
set foot in Kefauver's home c'y
once in the past four years, he
was invited bv Kef amor in Hrnn

over one eveniig and talk infor-

mauy to a group of democratic
senators. (
"Kefauver Is the most popular
papa In the neighborhood," the
vice president joked, "because he
bought his kids a bike with a
motor on it"
That's about the extent Of their
over-the-back-yard-fence r e 1 a a-tionship.
tionship. a-tionship.
- Price News Delayed
Latest price index shows that
the price tass on nracticaiiv

everything consumers buy reached

an all-time in Julv. But Swan

Clague, the professorial labor sta-"
tisti rnmtniccinner i. .fill

ing to explain why he delayed an

nouncing the new1 costof -living

recora. : ; ,: .

Inside fact is that ihm inHor

which waa aehivliileil tn. ho .n.

nounced in the middle of the Re Republican
publican Republican national convention, was
held up two days so- as not to

embarrass the San Franr-i CPA

speechmakers. ;.? ...

ine monthly price survey waa
ready for release a good 36 hours
before the Eisenhnwr-Nivnn e.

ceptance speeches that wound up

ine coavenuon on a resounding
note of "peace and prosperity.

Yet renortera vera rinniH th

cost-of-living figures until the
"prosprty" speeches were all
over and the GOP delegates safe

ty om oi tan rrancisco.
The holdup reportedly was or ordered
dered ordered by the Republican National
Committee, thou'-h Clague bland

ly maintains there was no cS-ay.
One.; Clague assistant, however,
jokingly informed a newsman that
the embarrassing index was de de-laved
laved de-laved "because we didn't want it

to be blanketed by conventian
news," Then he added with a

wink: "If vou helieva that nn.

I'll tell you another."

tiague and his staff expecte
the price index to rise no higher
than 116.2 or 116.5. They were
dumbfounded when it shot up to
117. To a housewife, this means
sha haa in anenri 11 17 fnr u-hat

$1.00 bought in the 1947-49 period.

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US Army Deserter

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Sept. 6 (UP) Police 'today for'

many cnarend rreemitn Reese, a
big blues-singing U. S. Army de deserter,
serter, deserter, with the 10-year-old mur murder
der murder of an English policeman.

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NEW YORK PRESS GROUP VISITS LOCKS During their recent visit to Manama, members
of the Overseas Press Club were taken by Governor William E: Potter to see the Miraflorea
Locks. Shown here from left to right are Miss Madeline Ross, free lance writer, Mrs. John
Earkham- wife of literary critic, John Barkham, Rufus' Hardy, Will Arey, Jean Baer, a
member of the itaff of Seventeen magazine, Mrs. George Polk, mother of CBS correspond correspondent
ent correspondent George Polk, whs was murdered in Gree ce, John D. Hollen, T. Gabriel Duque, Governor
William E. Potter, Louis J. Garcia, of Panagta, Mrs. William Potter and Wilfred May,
executive editor of Commercial and Financial Chronicle.

Complicated Mixture Of Problems
Confronts Aramburu's Government

EDITORS NOTE: Nearly ana
yaar after dictator Juan D. Pa Pa-ren
ren Pa-ren was ousted by ravalution
in Argentina, the efforts of the
revolutionary govornmant to ra ra-ttoro
ttoro ra-ttoro full Domocratic rule In the
country are hampered by poli political
tical political and labor problem, which
result in frequent disorders and
' mas arrests. The following re report
port report by a veteran United Press
correspondent-outline the back background,
ground, background, of the,, situation.)

BUENOS AIRES, Sept. (UP)

-Argentina' provisional govern government
ment government grappled today with the most
complicated combination of poli political
tical political and labor problems it has

, faced since crushing the Peronist

led general strike of last Novem

ber. : ; V '" -,' 1

The agreements reached and de-
Cisions taken in the next few days

are likelv to have a Drofouna el

feet on the immediate, future of

the country, which the govern government
ment government is trying, to lead toward gen-
plrcfrnns next year."' ''
..i the labor front, the negotia negotiation
tion negotiation of new collective contracts
for four million organized work

state of great Internal confusion
This struggle has delayed the an
nouncement of the itatute.
The chief bone of contention
whether the statute should im-
Slant the principle of direct vote
y all members of a given par party
ty party in nominating its candidates
for office. This is now done by
national or provincial conven conventions
tions conventions where the delegate de the
choosing.' -.-i.- i-.v.-.i.'V-

Argentina'i chief leeal nartv Is

the radical party and the pros prospects
pects prospects for political stability in the

to march united to the polls in a
national election appear remote
at the moment.
A for the Democrat (Conser (Conservatives)
vatives) (Conservatives) the second major par party,
ty, party, they ere also split in two fac factions:
tions: factions: the erthodox wing and
the one headed by Vicente Sola Solano
no Solano Lima, political leader in key
Buenos Aires province.

Like Frondizi, Solano Lima has
taken positions that find sympathy
among those who feel that the
revolutionarv eovernment nnripr

nauon as a wnoie aepena on stam- provisional resident Pedro E. A A-lity
lity A-lity within the party. At the mo-ramburu has not shown thetoler-

ment, the party is split into foufi ance towards the Peronists that

big groups on the issue of the di-j

rect or indirect nomination of the

candidates.-

One group, which controls the

was the policy of the late Hen K.

duardo Lonardi, the first Presi President
dent President of the revolution.-
fi-ll . tl I m .

me possiDie lormation of new

national committee, supports the Nationalist party around Gen.

presidential aspirations 0t Arturo,ieon jus to tsengoa is often men

ers, under tne supervision oi vne
Labor Ministry, is becoming more
strident each dav The emDlovers

charge the unions with makinglthe result of fraudulent party
impossible demands for unconfessj lections. r 7 t

ed political reasons, me unionsi r ronaizi, moreover, nas com'

Frondizi, chairman of the commit committee.
tee. committee. On the indirect vote, his nom nomination
ination nomination is almost certain. J
The three o!her radical groups
insist on the direct vote bv all

party members, in a sorty of pri-l

mary. 'lhis is the position of Ri-

carao uaioin, who also has presi

dential hopes, and of the party
faction which claim Frondizi's

hold oa the national committee is

e

tioned but has not gone beyond
the talking stage. Bengoa is ex expected
pected expected to return next week to Bue Buenos
nos Buenos Aires from remote Chubut pro province
vince province where he served six-months

disciplinary confinement,

accuse the employers oir niaing

behind false patriotism to bargain

unfairly and maintain that they

. have a legitimate right to threat

en to go on strike if their wage

and working demands are ignored.

: New contracts with some 80,000

i workers have been signed thus
far, with average wage increases

y oi zo per ceni,' including uie nationally-decreed
ten per cent in-
crease of last February. J ";
I The big contracts at s t a k e
, now; covering a total of more
. than two million worker, are
those with the commercial, met
, el, textile, and meat worker u-
nions, all of which ere under
negotiation, with the talk mak making
ing making (low pregres but so far un uninterrupted.
interrupted. uninterrupted. .',-( i
New contract negotiations have
"'activated the unions remarkably
and this has brought friction with
' the federally-appointed union offi-
cials in some cases, as well as

- with the emDlovers. Several u

nions, including the big metal

workers and light and power work

t ers of the capital are agitating to

hold general assemblies, :., j
The prospect is for this union

s activity to follow an increased

. tempo, with the election of officers
at the steward and factory d.v
' gate levels scheduled to begin ntAt
' month. These will be the first e
.; lections since the Peron Party-

piannea union elections. Recover
mg control of their unions is prob

i amy me strongest desire of Argen

tin. wnrVor. twla- Itimit. i nnn

" v ii v i a ..ill u . ii iiiiii l i.uuu

' former Peronist union 1 e a d er s

nave been banned, as candidates

IU1 lilCSC .

" With an eye cocked on the union
developments,; the government is

applying uscii airecuy to tne a

doption of a statute for political

parties mat will help create a sit

-. nation ior; a stable, DemocraUc

farty system. .

A struecle Is nhvinnslv crntnir nn

Within the inner circles of the gov

ernment on now far the statute

should go In regulating the intern
al affair of Ihe existing tradition

ai parties, wnicn are now in a

muted himself to attacks on the

provisional government' "liber-

al," anti-intervention economic po

licy, anu piacea mmseif in a posi

Hon regarding the government's
"tough'! attitude towards Peron Peronists
ists Peronists that is calculated to attract
the support of those who feel the

government has gone too far in
"dismantling" the structure of the
ousted Peron dictatorship. .-. ;
Thus, whatever decision t h e
government adopts on the direct
vote issue will either disappoint
Frondizi' opponents, who include

a numoer or revolutionists with

close official ties, or brine down

the wrath of Frondizl's support
ers. '- :

In either case, the chances of
the Radical Party closing rank

Col. Rigeard Shot
By Rebel Gunman
BONE, Algeria, Sept. (UP)
A rebel gunman today shot and

--uuu. wuunuea 1,01. M a r c e
Rigeard, veteran French para-

uvu .uiiuiidiiuer wno naj Deen
reported training troops f6r pos-

siuie acuon in me auez crisis..
. : ..' ...

nigeara was snot in the arm

and stomach by bis assailant
whilS walking alone on the Bone

water jront. ine gunman escaped
NO PARKING TEXT

TULSA. Okla. fUPV Wh-n

traffic got to be a bdther in front
of John Knox Preshvterian

-nurcn, me ev. wnnam S Find-

icy consuiiea me ciDie. xne re-

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Shalt Not Park."

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Police charged Reese, a ix-foot
Negro from Texa and Ijic.

dna, Wim bludgeoning a Slaffo Slaffo-shire
shire Slaffo-shire conslahje here in '1946. two
years after he deserted from the
quartermaster section of the U.S.
Army Air Corps' near here. ,"
"I really didn't mean to dn Ihe
policeman any harm and that's
God'' 'ruth,'" the accused man
lold Detective Superi n t e n d e n t
rank lucker. v

"'"""ey- James;Bootn
was killed when he stopped a man
wheeling a slolcn safe in a babv
carriage. Rmnp' linoo-

were found on the safe, police said.

discussions." B

We can't even tell you' what
:0ur favorite name is," his prin-l
I cess added, "because it may not
be our favorite next week." I
They, confirmed that the b a b y'
would be born in Monaco. ,They!
said they had reserved suite in
a Monte Carlo clinic, .-r 1
Work has started in the palace!

u a nursery, i m the Interior
decorator," the rpincess said.-
Rainier said he is planning to
sell his yacht, the Deo Juvante II

uii wnicn mey took their ; honey honeymoon
moon honeymoon cruise after their marriage
April u. He said he intended to
build a new one.
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HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) -1
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1 LOS ANGELES, Sept. 6 (UP) Meany, expressing a viewpoint
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yesterday to help stop the "trend, in command, Walter Eeuther,
!.. to governmental control of man." chief of the United Auto Workers,

mm weui w pui me iree-enver- nanea automation as a scientific

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tion, convention, past National Commander
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ico. Mexico. Mora than 3,100 delegates, r
atrcttntinv 3,(00,000 Uglonnairet,
all heard in this first official
buslmst-day af the four-day eon eon-:
: eon-: vantion:

1. AFL-CIO President George
-Weany endorsed automation, the
mechanizing of factories which

ome labor elements have ieared
would create unemployment.
2. Traditional legion opposition
to communism, voiced by nation national
al national Commander J. Addington Wag

ner and echoed by Nationalist Chi

na s : Ambassador Hollington K.
Ton? in a later speech. ;
Collins told the legionnaires:
"America will need you to work,
think ant build, on a sound free
enterprise system rather than fol-

Iwoing the trend of governmental

control of man. "'

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virtually on an automatic basis,
with machines operating ma machines.
chines. machines. There will still be plenty
of work to be done by people," he
said..., v. ., "--,',;
Wagner chose UNESCO a n d
Robert Hutchlns, head of the fund
for the Republic, as targets In

his talk before the convention.
Ha demandad the legion press
Its demand for an Investigation
Into the "damaging Influence
wielded in this country-especial
ly upon the school children of
America by an organization
known as the U. Commisaion
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pearances appearances before congressional
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ding wedding at St. lake's Cathedral, Friday. Mrs. Zimmerman is the former Jeanene Kleasner,;
dauhter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kleasner of Diablo Heights, Tha bridegroom is the son
of Dr.-and Mrs. Kenneth C. Zimmerman of C orozal.

Guatemalan Ambassador gives reception
for president and mrs. ricardo arias .. 1
' : : .The Guatemalan Ambassador Dr. Roberta Herrera Ibar- '.
. Ruen and bis wife have issued invitations for a jala rectp rectp-.
. rectp-. tion to be held at the Embassy residence this evening in
honor of President and Mrs. Kicardo Arias. ;

Ambsssador Of Salvador A
Will Ciwa Cocktail Party-.

. The Ambassador of Salvador Dr.
Francisco Lino Osegueda will give

V a cocktail party; aaiuraay, in non non-.'or'nf.the
.'or'nf.the non-.'or'nf.the Panama Mission which

( attended the recent inauguration

i in Salvador. The party wt ne neia
s t.: the Embassy, residence, ;
" Commercial Aftacha Of French
Embassy Civet Party
Invitations have been issued, by
the Commercial Attache of the
French1 Embassy and Mrs. Boris
Eliachei for a cocktail party to be
held tonight-at the ALIANZA Fran Frances,
ces, Frances, in Plaza de Francia.
Baflty Dia Wedding
A I Ann llanl

Miss Sabina Norma Dia. daugh-!
ter of Dr. and Mrs. Stephen Dia of.
r.lendalo IMpui Vnrlr Wame the

bride of Robert Wayne Bailey, son
of Mr.-and Mrs. M. K. Bailey of
Margarita, Canal Zone, on Aug.
4 itt.Northport, Long Island. The
Rev, Burke performed the double

ring" ceremony.

TheChWch"was decorated with

white 'gladioli and .-.fern. 1 The

Church organist played the tradi

tional wedding selections. '

; The ovely bride was given in
marriage by her father. Her gown,
a fatuity heirloom which had been

worn ty her- mother and her

t randmolher. was ivory satin lhv

in with. Renaissance Jace. tSbe

fingertoD veil with an. or

ange blossom crown and carried

wi.ii .roses. A

' Miss Josephine Salvato was

maid of honor; Miss Sabina Dia a
bridesmaid and Miss Marie Elena
Ramauo was flower girl. Th at

tendants all wore coral bouffant

gowns and carried coral gladioli
Mr. Malcolm Booth was best
man and ushers were the Messrs.
John Duffy and Stephen Dia. Mrs.
Stephen Dia, the bride's mother,
- wore an aqua. lace gown and a
. wht'e orchid corsage. The grpom's
mo; her, Mrs, M. K. Bailey was
drcr'-ed in pale pink lining with
pearl gray lace.
A reception followed the wed wed-diiis;
diiis; wed-diiis; ceremony at Thatched Cot Cottage.
tage. Cottage. '-- ' 'V ... I

Among the. out-of town guests

was Mr. ham Mapbis, former res resident
ident resident of Balboa. C. Z. 4 t
Hie bride chose. for her" going
awity costume a pale pink' dress

wiui wnue accessories. Afier a
trip ta Niagara Falls, Canada, Po Po-cmio
cmio Po-cmio Mountains and Finger Lakes,
the young couple will make their
h'me at 6U35 Myrtle Avenue, Glen Glen-d.iV,
d.iV, Glen-d.iV, New York.
Mrs, Bailey is a graduate of A A-full'lii
full'lii A-full'lii College in Garden City,
Ncv York and Enieo Baiiey is a
' !''H!e of Cris'obal High School
n,l also the U. S, Merchant Ma

rine- Academy at Kings 'Point,
New York. ;
Uliipapt, Cocktails i
At Pen Woman Party

The Canal Zone Branch- of the
National League of American Pen!

women is introducing a movel 1 1-dea
dea 1-dea in their combined Christmas

Card Preview and book autograph

ing' party, which will be held at

me Hotel Tivoli next Wednesday,
from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m.

During the first two hours, from

4 until 6 p.m. tea will be served.

with lollipops for the children.

Many parents are expected to

bring their children to see the new
children's book, "Panama Pattie"
which was written and illustrated
by Pen Women Jean Bailey.

Anomer feature ot the party wul
be the anncance of a second print

ing of "The Pelican Tree," a po

pular cnuuren s pook written Oy
Jean Bailey, Elizabeth Lamb and
Patricia Markun and illustrated

by Jeaned Beaudry. Two of the
authors, Jean Bailey and Patricia
Markun will.be on hand to auto autograph
graph autograph copies of this new edition.
v.'i 4' :''!:'.!. :.A !:'. a, .-w-v
From 6 n.m. until 9 n m T.a

Venta cocktail will be served by

courtesy 01 national Disuuerg 5. A

ftalbea Women's Club
Annual Tea
The Balboa Woman's CiiK in

nual tea will be held Wednesday
Sept. 12 at the Balboa Jewish Wel

fare Board from 3 to 5 p.m. All
members and their guests are cor
dially invited. :-

Ladies Auxiliary Welcome ?
Rtv. Paul Olandar
The Ladies Auxiliary of the
Marganta Union Church ara spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring a pot luck dinner to wel welcome
come welcome The Rev1. Paul Olander and
family who have been on vacation
this' summer; -nL i ..
All members and friend fif th

church are cordially invited to be

present, winner win oe served at

s:ju rriaay at the cnurch.
Oontinaed on paja 7)

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than any other brand. v You're aura of
- accurate dosage. Your-child will like
Ba orange flavor. Refuse aubstitutea
J get St. Joseph Aspirin For Children.
laau s usee! souks mm rci cuioiu

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night with mai.elous Cuticura Soap. Apply
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softness, smoothness, freshness begirt in 7
days! Get Cuticura Soap and Ointment right
away -and to speed relief get amazing new
greaseless Cuticura Medicated Liquid for use

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NEW OFFICERS OF ALBROOK NCO WIVES CLUB-Shown riove are new 'officers of th
Albrook Air Force Base NCO Wives Club who -were recently elected: left to right front
rowr Marge Klaas,-president; Claire Camp,. 1st vice president; Evelyn Butler 2nd vice Dresi.
dent; Lorraina Plischke, secretary ; Murrae Fritzke, treasurer. Back row Olive Hankl-ami
Ann Domlnjuez, welfare; Bernice Roberts, hospiUlity; Mattie Self. acUvlt'les-' Jeanette Akm
entertainment; Isabel Hltchman, publicity. JK j .e,ne"e AW?ls

Nobel Prize V

To Ba Awarded

On Oct 16 r

STOCKHOLM, Sept 6 (UP)

Cold, Hungry ',
Winter In Store
For Siberia v:;,-

MJINDOiY. Sent. (UP Tt'

i going to be little colder .and

Thi Nobel prize for medicine will' ?, f?E1th man lnSibe-

be awarded Oct. 16 to start tha an
nual series of Drizea in litera.

ture and sciences, it was announc

ed today. .

.. The Carolinean Sursieaf : Meril.

cat Institute will Tiame Ibis year's
winner in medicine. ; 1

The ; Swedish Academy of Lit

erature will announce the. winner
of the literary prize and the Royal
Swedish Academy of. Sciences will

select the winners in physics andl

chemistry during the first week of

AovemDer.1 Each prize carries a
$38,633 cash award.

King Gustav Adolph will dis-i

tribute the prizes in Stockholm
Dee. JO. v ,

na thu whiter, Russia hinted

ioaay. ; :,; ... .
A radio Moscow broadcast said
that harvesting: Is behind sched schedule;
ule; schedule; in Siberia. The Communist
newspaper Pravda said many
railroads are "lagging behind"
Lrthe shipping of luels and
raw materials before the long
winter freeze.

Moscow sad farm workers in

Siberia ore 5 million acres be behind
hind behind last year's accomplish accomplishments
ments accomplishments This, did not take into
account the additional areas
planted under the "virgin soil"
prosrram of Communist party
chief Nifciti a Khrushchev. s

laefc natica far Intluiiea la tail
'" ka lukmtrrte- 1 ia
rrae-wriHe" farm and mailtd ra ana

:.;'".,"""' d daily ia
SocmI and Otharwha," ar -.lirr-ed
ay hand H tha affica. Naticts
naathiti onnat ka accaatad a
tatiAnLaku r r

wiwaiHwnaj,

Brush No-Roach

round table legs and
counter tops, across

- window aills and door

ills,, and across ant trails. Anta
will not eroas tha coating. Pour a

few drops into ant bills.

Brush No-Roach on bed frames,
eracka in walla, chair legs, and

saueatea lurmiur.

Best Way to Kill Bugs, Ants, Roaches -;

Best Way to Kill Bugs, Ants, Uoaches

GOCKROACHES, ants, 'JbUgs, 1
and' silverfish are the most
difficult household pests to con control.
trol. control. Now you can kill these pesti
wiith Johnston's No-Roach.
. No-Roach is a white viscous
substance which you apply with
a brush. Within minutes it dries
to form a colourless, odourless
contact insecticide, that stays
effective for months.
,'. i CorHrroffcfcei .v-:
' rr,1y Ko-Roath to cupboard
" wails, bas ards, near sink and

' cabinets, on pipes, and wherever

you see cockroacnes.

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CZ Colltga Club '
Meeting Monday 1
Members nf th ran.i n.i

lege ub are urged to attend the
opening meeting of the clubs thirty-second
year when a" tea and
H,"1 meeUng wiU be held. at

iuunoay aiiernoon,; Sept. ie

r.T- I, u.; 78Z-a L Boca
Road. Attention is called to the
change, an time.' .1
Unity Lodge No 1084 ..
Te Held Maetlna Tonight
' Unity Lodge No., 1084 of the
IBPOElksof W. will hold its
regular Instruction session at
th j ,. Psralso Lodge A Hall tonight
beginning at 7:3U p.m.

All newly Initiated
urged to attend. ,

"BiUs"t are

A; '.vher-. .1 1 j tu"k sl'elves
beiure insertine books. Brush
wherever silwfish are found.
j; 'Caiawas SenM Wj
Remember, when you use John Johnston's
ston's Johnston's No-Roach, you don't hava
to move dishes, pots and pans,
or breathe harmful vapours, as
you must with contaminating
sprays. Apply No-Roach just
where you want it, the invisible
coating stays effective for
months. ; ."
Guard against crawling insects
thil common sense No -Roads
way. o&, pinV 1 ,"

. BELLA VISTA COMMISSARY.
East 46th Street or at your local Commissaries

jAlmosfc 4ine&

B., Pokistan Police;
Fire On Defiant
Himnr Morcht3rs

TIj' I vr .h.i.

, 'Ja- t'H .fm, Sent. 6

' i-otice in famine-stricken
East Pakistan opened fire yes-

wasy on a mob that marched
through Dacca streets shouting
"bresd, bread." ,The h u n g e r
marchers defied a government ban
on food demonstrations and refus refused
ed refused police orders to disperse. The
police fire, killed one and wound wounded
ed wounded others,

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Wklppti if ft$r fhgtrtipl ;
Qwip stays sweet till the can is
T empty or your money bock I (

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WANTED:; ;
Cars nssdinj; fobs jobs

REWARD:

1000 ns cr rr.cre cf
cush:cny" driving witH

, vi .... ..; After we mve your car's chassis a

thorough ones-over with Marfdk, you're set
: for 1,000 milef or more of the smoothest
driving you've ever .enjoyed: That's' because
: Murfak wards off wear and friction
fully protects vital parts . won't jar out,
squeeze out or wash out. Drive in today
. ; for longer lasting Marfak lubriatjoa!,

You're welcome, al your
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The delicious vitamin-rich "meat"

of the tree and vine
ripened fruit locked-in

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MMonuig. Sen Camp Camp-bU't
bU't Camp-bU't Vegetable Soup
moo, and eerre it oran

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Coidemed for Greater Vooe 0 took for fie Red-ond-Whi'e label

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for richer :
than, thii V
watery Juices!..

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COMMERCIAL
PROFESSIONAL
INSURANCE
(ALL KINDS)
JIM RIDGE
Ch An .Panama 2-0552
' Write Box L. Balboa, C.Z.
Knurs t to 13. 1:30 to 5
' Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
After hours Pan 3-7050
Educational. life.
' Automobile. Fire, etc
CANAL ZONI POLYCLINIC
' DEUTAL-MEDICAL
' OK C I. FAIRE6A, D.OX
L .... a a H.HIU
lappoiii. Men v
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. : . . Ai m.mhu.1
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r ackers anipoer in"'
Phone 2-2451 2-2562
T .1 ...a Ridlna at
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. or ay appvinimviH.
HI-n RECORDS
classic, popular and ja
AGENC14S DIAZ
37 Street No. -A Tel 3-159C
. Open antil 7:09 p.m.
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with a smart
V "PETITE CURL"'
" k pin curl wave you can
, well atford. ...
Y.M.C-A. Beauty Salon
TeL 2-3677
EVEREADY BATTERIES
;''cash :i
MUEBLERIA INGLESA
, COLON
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Bar1 . aH ar Bf IPl sTm t! M I

l i f C- I 'a ipresweni, anama Lions Club;
ShDoIing In PaWslanpss

'. DACCA, East Pakistan, Sept.. 6
. (VPy Some, 15,000 persons pa paraded
raded paraded through the streets of Dac-j
ea today to protest the shooting of
& i u.. i:. k...

uuiiKer uiaiKucis uy yuutc line

yesterday.
' ', There was no violence during
the demonstraUon. However, earu earu-'in
'in earu-'in the day, a mob man-Handled
'and smeared with mud Food Min Minister
ister Minister A. L. Biswas.!
1 Six persons were killed and 50

injured when police opened fire on
demons iraiurs yesueruay who ae-
fied a government ban to march
through the city shouting "Bread!
Bread!" and "Give us rice!" East
raKisian is suuering irom serious
a a i a. ....
..... .
i A government announcement de described
scribed described the mob, -estimated at
more than 10,000, as "riotous" and
said police opened fire in self-de
fense. At least 15 of the rioters
'were arrested,
'Hie government announced that
a nnA j
o J ,ufu warn vi nuiviivan rice aic
en rouie to ine looa-snon areas.
SECURITIES IN PANAMA
, QnotaUoa by
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'Abattoir Naefamal
Banec riduclario ,...M 41B
Blokmlgon)
Cemento Panarsi ........ 71
Cervecerta Nad oral t... 11 :
Chtrlcana' de Lecbe .... It
. Clayeo '. 45"
Coca Cola .............. ;
Cuenta Comerdal i
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&! FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALEiOaa )...... l.
m cewch with matching chair,
no merai arener, one dress
form, ana UndaiwAA1 twUui.
, ip""-
eT. ana. elast-taa mUM ,.1.1.
law furniture, on kitchen-din-.'
ing ream sat ana en radia-pho-nagraph.
Call BaL 3433.
FOR SALEyRefrigerator West West-inghous.
inghous. West-inghous. 9 cu. ft.. mA ...a;.
tion, 25-cyclc. Balboa 3672.
FOR RENT: Chalet, 3 bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. F Street, El Cangrejo.
Fh.n 3-4553.
FOR RENT
Kooras
FOR RENT. L.-.
, nm, Bella Vieta. Mexico Av.v
69.: InoMMflBiiit ..... y.i
e-- .... a-.nv.aj I fJIW
hen 3-0553. r
FOR SALE
r "Bliscfillaneous
FOR SALE-Thr.. a.j c;..l..
, toreros with canary and bread
wi'hti. Phon Panama 3-
SALE.- Take .4....... I.'"
greatly reduced prices in quality
men t Sport Shirts and furnish-
' il.'; '!-' "WWi wear.
l Slglo, 85, Cmtral Avenue.
lf6av. Schiill
To Address Balboa
Um CfiiblTpnighf
Cot. H' W s,t...n r
irf-th-w.
combined group ; of tnembers of
the Balboa Lions Club and the Pa-
nama I.inn rinh tki. ... : r

the TivoH Guest House, startinel entertaming., Jimmy M a d u r
St 7 rim : txn UA : ..IVOliriff Pnnnmnniait anifn.ina.

bl-month!y: 'Ladies' Nicht' dinner
w. us aiuoa uods Club, i
Schiill, who has deveToped the
; -"'" vnm uo. waustnal safe safety
ty safety nroeram tn a hi,
1 !S8 e. ,pal year- speak on
.iC-,-;' l7 ,iw Home as respon respon-sibUity
sibUity respon-sibUity of the members of the com community.
munity. community. ',
The Balboa Linns riuh u,m ,.
; as special guests Dr.. Teodore A.
(Anas;. Jorge Angelini, deputy dis-
-i xuvemor, district D (Cen
tral America) of Lions -Interna-
""""' ""u Angciini; Jose A.
14UUU11U, iirss vice president, Pana
m k T anna t..L. i ar . I

tro Vieto; Marcos de Obaldii, taa'of.-he -faraou! E,Vis Presley, that

twister, Panama Lions Cfiib andii 15 n,,e?y glven tnat
Mrs: de Obaldia and .Tan p.. tertainer will be Hank Dauphin and

cual. lion. tamer. Panam. t IaVo
Club; and Mrs. Pascual. I
In addition to these officers of
Ions International I and the Pan.!.
Lions International anH th p...
ma uons Club, there will be a-
oout twenty other members of the
Panama Lions Club In
It is estimated that there will be
aoout 30 members of the Balboa
Lions Club and their wives attend attending,
ing, attending, thus makine a total nf mm o-
what over 90 persons at the din-
Hans Janowicz and hl frin mtill
provide dinner music at the affair,!
wmcn win be highlighted by
Schull's presentation. -

, T- ------ uvvmwuu AvAliBg JTiC01UCU.il j lULI
Regatta, will be run, this year for the 25th time, on water
from far-flung ports of the world, blended with the Potomac
River. President Elsenhower has been asked to inaugurate the
event by breaking at the regatta site a bottle containing a
hlenrl nf uotpra i.aaaIa t m..Li 1.

r : 'vv5i, 111 rvaaimiKiua ironi an uver Mie
. world, on September 15, which has been declared International
.. TlQ V Wot., fiwrn tV.A i-iU 1 1 1 .

w1D viiuKics mver, nas Deen nown irom
Panama by Braniff Airways, In an artistically decorated
tula, or gourde typical Panamanian water container exten-
Rlvelv 11 serf in the Tntarln n m.. ui 11 it

j water will take place at a special

14,-with each Ambassador or his representative pouring the
water from his country. 4 ( ...
The photo shows Panama's Foreign Minister Mr. Alberto
Boyd, presenting the water from the Chagres River to Camilo
Fabreira fleft) snri RrDnirr. .- n

Robert Booth.' V V
The President.' Pun IWmh.

000 was first offered In competiOon 30 years a?o when the
late Calvin Coolidge was President. Discontinued during the
War -Venm.-thia -Venn. marlr jh. octu 1 0:1.... ...

niversry. - .T

LOURDES PHARMACY
1U Li Camsquilla
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
No. It B" Street
, MORRISON
th of July Ave. 1 St

FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1954 Mercury 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan, radio and whitewall
tiies, two-ton, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Real bargain, leaving Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Phon Panama 2-1463 (I
a.m. to 5 p.m.), Reuben.
FOR SALE: Mark VII Jaguar
4-door aedan, exceptional condi condition.
tion. condition. Call for appointment, Pan-
' ama 3-6824.
FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac Six.
Duty paid., Call Diablo Heights
2-2389.
FOR SALE: 1951 Dodo Sta Station
tion Station Wagon, two doors, perfect
condition. Super Marcado El Ray.
FOR SAL!:-. 956 Ford Station
Wagon, 8 passenger, 4 door.
Call after 4 p.m. 2-1405 Balboa.
FOR SALE: Cherrolet with
house trailer. Good buy for hunt hunters
ers hunters or family who enjoys outings.
Phon Panama 2-4568 during
office hours.
FOR SALE. 1952 Nash Ram Ram-bier
bier Ram-bier Station Wagon, excellent
condition, radio. Call Coco Solo
451 or 220. .
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super
, 4-door, all accesories. Bast rea reasonable
sonable reasonable offer. Phon Coco Solo
U50-JVB To Hold
Variety High!
(enter
The mnnfhlv Vsrietv Miohf r ii.-
uso-jwb Armirt f;;:6 c"1., ":
' ... v-J klClTltC
J)? Pe ew Qn Sunday be-
oi.Kuimng i a p.m.
,E,mceei? the Program will be
WaIteri Diamond of Panama. The
entertainment will h ;.a ..ji
and
young Panamanian guitarist and
- o- ......... iu o u u I H
singer Who. was an overwhelming
success in last month's variety
night program will be presented
once again-by popular demand.
Jimmy, who has limited hi tal-
ents to sineinip at fioctoc anJ Tion
quets, will be leaving the Isthmus
uie eua oi me monin to re
turn to college in the States.
A despedida will also be extend
ed to Don Ramey, leader of the
Don Ramey and his .Midniters
comDo wnirh i i narrn-n.
The musicians have entertained
uuumiiuiiy ior numerous NCO and
service clabs in the Zone. Don will
,,t ,L
oe remembered for his root nH
1" '"J'""
Prp?pntpH tnt Ida .:n
- MIW mo, t.iuic win
be Pfc. Hank Dauphin of the 518th
r,iigiueers at r ort tiobbe. Hank
features a style so similar to that
not W other guy.
WJ ,.,, .' . '.
aa -? V1 'T1 Amar
E!ctnA '"T.1 on ? Isthmus, but
;io ,ua5 aireaay maae mmseu an
integral part of various choirs.
Ed's rich baritone voice runs the
range oi popular to classical num
hers. He will present a mixture
tor tne variety wight program.
An exhihitinn nt rha
' w. v.iaH Vila TT IU
be performed by Elenita Maduro
ana nenry airiem, ana one of jlt jlt-tprhnir
tprhnir jlt-tprhnir hv Terrv rhpnm aaJ cdi
Larrv Mittelman Hons KirUn
. u V Ul
will perform on the accordion for
we entertainment or mose pres
ent.
ceremony as a part of the
" B -Jra,,ama'
'..u .j -1
MMiiiuiuiuiiisi.
lox

Sunday Al

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OF OUR AGENTS

V LEWIS SERVICE
Are. TWoU No. 4
'FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
HI Central At. .'.
: ; FARMACIA LUX

MISCELLANEOUS, FOR RENT

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON. CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
FOR RENT: ALL OR PART OF
: WAREHOUSE FORMERLY OC OC-.
. OC-. CUPIEO BY "TERMINALK A.
NAMA, SA." ON MARTIN SO-,
5A STREET. FOR INFORMA INFORMATION
TION INFORMATION CALL PANAMA 3-7111.
FOR SALE. Necchl Bu Mira-
Magic wheel, mahogany cabinet,
baraaia erica J295? Etn-J a.
. apced record player, built for
oouoie speaker; RCA console ra ra-dio
dio ra-dio and 3 -speed record player
meeds slight repairs); 30 al albums
bums albums -classical masterpieces, all
78 rpm; Apex inner (needs naw
switch), bargain for handy man.
Hous 744-A, Las Cruets Street,
oaiooa.i.-i3if.
FOR SALEw Pony saddle and
bridl. $40. Phon 86-7230.
FOR SALE: Used oool table,
excellent condition. All new
cloth, pockets, etc. Also new
, us, balls and all accessories.
-.Total cost $350 cash. Phon
Pan. 3-4982.
Union Church Al
Gamboa To Star!
Hew Schedule
Last Sunrlav mnrr.l ...
close of series of ten summer
Services In tha. r.imln. tt.:..
lose of r."
Church. These services brought lo-
scu er cnuaren, young people and
adults at 10 nVWir c.,j...
- V4i vjuiiua v
mornings for worship and t story-i
MPmnn
I Large attendance' heartv oar
ticipation in prayers, readings
and singing,, and close attention to
uio messages in parable and sto story
ry story marked these Sunday morn-
"is. -: r : .:. .-' -. t
The congregation'' listened with
attention two weeks ago to the sto-
rv Of a InnK hllra J 1CI it.,
can as told by scouts Jimmie Cat,
i;. "scrs and Arch e Car Carroll.
roll. Carroll. Thesa thro i,.
with seven others in thor church
ecuuui, are candidates for the God
uu vuuuixy Awara.
Influenced bv the
summer program, the congrega'
uon votea to begin new order of
oundav Tnnrnins ammf. .. o
.tmJj.dyw? in. Part tfte summer
vimu. xhc ocuooi Assembly will be
gin prompUy at :30 a.m., follow
ed DV Class seccinne a. ai cu...
ly before 10:15 i the classes will
form a processional into the chap-
During the singing of the hymn
after the nUmna n,Ak...
mcuiucis oi
.lasses may remain their p aces
rtt itf-k ai ,r
v wiumiaw irom .me service.
Tecon Sale Bidder
For Core Drillijia
Work On Gold Hill
I?coti .Corporation, of
Dallas, Texas, entered the only
bid f receiver! fnv- at.i...I-1
drilling on Gold Hill for which
ummuons ior bids have been
advertiser! hv t.hA Dm... r
narcoinpafty for the past five
Bids lor the enr triiiin
ever 4,600 linear fet on Sold
ui were opened Wednesday
morninsr at Balboa Heights.
$115,000,000, or $25 a linear foot.
The bid was more than double
the Government estimate for
the woik. anH rv,i vtnnu m
a.uu IVL.
Arnold, Engineering and Con Construction
struction Construction : Director, annoimeert
that a decision nn the nnrv -.111
be made after further study.'
ic uiu caw-rea Dy xeoon was
other Canal, employes as it was
Ahi ia '.i0 cf Kiey, formerly
chief of the vnr.lL.,Sz.
Branch In the Engineering Di-
i r JLV 1UW vice pres president
ident president of Teoorrv s-- ;
The core rlrtninir t Va
on Gold Hfllis for the purpose
ci comnletirnf tenlncrioi Hn-.
?h $f 1il11aPd determine
the etfechf If knv n th
on Contrabtors Hiil on the op opposite
posite opposite bank of the Canal. ;
At the time the invitotin.
riviu4uijlj
were advertised, a notice was
issued to shipping interests" ex ex-plainine
plainine ex-plainine the nronoseri m firm.
- m u. u."
:ne nroeiam unr! civino-
ance that Gold Hill presents no
danger to shipping In transit
and that nn interferannA

I normal shipping Is expected be

cause ui tne worK.
Moscow Reports
School Shortage

LONDON. Sent a tnv J"16. . U Motor Trans-

sla reoortert itftw;;hAJ,rAliP"a.uon Division garage,

shortage today "" .TT

.viiii, uu ii"uicr ii.uuu, were oarage Sm thv of Colon De-
were ti mer! ewn "rliiA t. loMr Li.:. r .iv. rill, T V1 Vl?!01' uc

, rt".rrf-,.r.s,i..",'" i'""w iii, union 1 a Hirkman.
vacanclea." .. I and Isthmiar ConmMnr. i-p

OR OUR OFFICES

Apartmrii
ATTENTION 1.1 Just baitt
mWj faralsked aoaitmenrs, 1,
2 bedraoaw, hat, old vats,-
rnoaa raaaaa -4t41.
FOR RENT: 2-bdrom apart apart-nt,
nt, apart-nt, hot -water, garage, etc.
Naw iwsidanti! uhUm. ...
Tuarr rtacienal Street. SI 10.
raona -o07 ar 2-3397.
FOR RENT, 1-bedre.m
ment with living room, bath.-
aitckm and closets. Rochet
Buildina. Tivali AH....
Jnm Ancon Post Office! Infer.
nation: Tiveli Travel Agency,
rnona h c r...
men c-iojz.
FOR RENT) Uafurai.k.J j.
m tw-bdrm apartment with
hot Water and unu
do Arias Street (Camp Alegre).
inrormarrea: rnon 2-3322 or
FOR RENT.- Puni.l..j
mnr, new furnitur, Including
nimngneui retrlaeratar mm d
stove. 3 blocks from America
Embairv. Urilit:-. l
Xi'l i:.;;. r:r:
It WIHBI JtTiaBI M-AZmm aa 7.
FOR RENT: B..utiful i.
built 2-bedreom aaaitiMa ilk
all commodities at Campe Ale-
tr. ban 2-246S or J-0702.
FOR RENT: i A..rf..
"T 'rna, maid t room,
r wlMr:
phon. Urea, caa! r.H. r.u.
bia Na. 5. A At at a.nase -
FOR RENT: FurakkAj ......
ont, 2 badreoms, 2 bathrooms,
, ere. -or a arraar N it A.k I.
Apt. No. J.
tO SMT r ,.i .
- mrniiNl apaiT-
; AnIr inciaaing rem g e r a t e r,
good surroundinai Na 1 1 T
Via Belisa'ri Poms, near Rs-
verr ihaatsr.
IAa Brn ....
rwn ncni : i.emtertabl
pirtment. screened, all ,...
conveniences, newly painted, two
oaorooms. mono 1-5443. Ave.
tuba No. 36-39.
tUR RENT-Apartmanh in El
Canereie. him u.i n
Panama. Bedroom, living-dining
room. Kitchen, bath, washing fa-
htw; oTeryrning new. Furnish
ed ar unfumithed. Apply For.
Halcon in aam. vicinity. Phones
; ana j-ousa. ;.
FOR RENTs Small apartment
asn reiioenriai section. Fur
nished ar unfurnished. 43rd St.
No. 13. f.V V i
FOR RENT: Furnished
nwnrs: on. suitakle tor two u.
plea $10; one 2-badnaai .a.
ment with living room, kitchen
an nam oj; one large room
with kitchenette auU. k.i,..
ny. wardrobe and both $55. Ap
ply janitor TI-I32 Fourth
UIV Ava. ar U..L:..
a il r ""r""i
aimoa aVOO. 1 .
FOR RENT: Maa.
ment on. bedroom, San Jos. 2
ulldina. CihaU tr. 1- ri
irbol, N. 70 Central Avenu.
rnona a-1004.
CZ Past Soeiatw n A.-i '.
Military Inoinaara
k The Canal Zone Post, Society of
American Militarv TrninAn. ..,;n
. . : 6-uvvii friu
I hold its regular monthly meeting
uu wuuubt evening, sept. 10. The
a,iuui wm assemoie at tne Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Club. Albrook Air BW. ..a
n 9 p.m. ior a social hour, follow
ed by dinner at 6:45 p.m. After
dinner. Mr. Ernest w. 7pinui-
Chief, W a t e r and Laboratories
orancn, ine ranama Canal Com Company,
pany, Company, will discuss "Water Purifi Purification
cation Purification in the Canal Tone Wa will
De assisted Dy Mr. H. J. Risberg.
Following this talk an inspection
tour of the Miraflores Filtration
Plant will be made. Reservations
msv d mane with rhiot nr...n
urticer tianien, pnone 85-2233 01
Colonel E.- M Rmwrtor Ir Vnni
neer-Resrve at Balboa 2323."
Meeting of Morning
Guild Postponed
- The Moraine Gnilrl nf tha Wnm
en's Auxiliary of St. Luke's Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral (EoisconaL: Aneoni win not
meet tomorrow. To accommodate
memoers returning late in Sep September,
tember, September, the first fnAatinff A il,
year has been postponed to. Fri
day, ixpi. a. ine meeting will
take place at the Deanery at 9
a.m Member! ara 'reniiaGtel tn
make every effort to attend and
ormg prospecuve new members.
Chain Singh Bids
Low In Installatinq
Short Wire Fence
Five bids ranain fWtm rm'l.
i,w were received by the Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Company for the install installation
ation installation nf short aaotinA
- VI W 1 I C
fence on Bolivar Highway alone
opened Wednesday

AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA"

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
Fee. a la Dsn At. He. 41
' FOTO DOMY"
Jaete Arescaitaa An. ul St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER.JI3 :
FOR SALE
"Real Esfxtti
FOR SALE. A beautiful.. md
or and well located thr-art-.
ment building ia Campa Alagre
tewnsita, no- intermediary. Tel-
L A, A. M 1
FOR SALE-Ut. 17fU c
No. 32. Rla Ahaia mnd Smm
. aand. Kerosene refrigerator.
FOR SALE Iff r. v:-j.
tiardtop, perfect condition. 5616-
v, Buble. - .. v;-
i-osifion Offered
-WANTED. Experienced outside
. "m.n. Appiy wrta ratereiK ratereiK-t
t ratereiK-t Trple, S.A.
LESSONS
Doras Wait School ef Dancing
scepriag enrollment NOW for
children t years aid and Ba
dasses for beeinnereJ
: dlates. and advaacaa ,iuJ..t. i.
, "ry age group. Columbus Club,
albea. Phon 2-2363.
"FUTURI PERFECT1 Ck
urs for women giving a sem sem-ph?U
ph?U sem-ph?U had-to-toe ceors in
grooming, xrcis, posture, fig.
Mr control, skin and fe.i.
mak-ap, walking and (mprt.
. iipnn today for ap appointment
pointment appointment a d AAA.ub.lU
LLONA SEARS, II Panama 23
'1001. ".
Wanted To Rent
RSasibla Amerleea famllv
nads datachad li.nu t a.-A
bedrooms, garag. garden in d-
- SKtbl tasidantial dittrlct Ran
or buy. Contact L. W. Baker,
Kodak Panama, Ltd., 2-0940 or
i'iiM vaaing.
Pdb:.ni Pl:n
The rinh rtrpnln rtlav a nan.
ly formed social club', whose
memners are Panamanians re-
xiuiinr in" Krnnirivn an tltaw
I xwra, wy, win noia a "rail ex-
iravaganza" at New Yorlt'a St.
Nicholas Arena Oct 28.
Tito Rodrhrue will fiimlsh
music, from in nm to 9 am
a large amount of invitations
are nemo- nisr.rinnrei h tha
tiuus ineniDcra, wno are:
J. Kenneth Clarke, nresldent:
n eA-u -... "1
iw. ouwiuiK uiuil vice-president;
Charles Brathwaite, secre-
wry; eopoia J. Myers, treasur treasurer;
er; treasurer; Alfred Corpus, business man-
aaer: ana itov William nenro-e
Pond, Wilfred Wilson,- Mack E.
Pinder, George Stanford and
jeneiauii josenn oi i n nn. nnn
waiy memuer.
POTXUCK
SOtTTH PARTS Ma J. tto
memneri nf tha imnram,nii
committee fnr tha Km, tk Pans
Bean Hole Festival almost cried
wnen tney found an overlooked
pot of beans in the pits 24 hours
after the feitival uraa nir., r!.-;-
t man Courtney Nason moaned that
wuuiu nave iea aoout zuu 01 the
2.uw peonie we had tn turn
awav
Iep fieri oils
y Having fun and pliylnj
' hard,' childrin constantly (
bum' up mer.y. ROYAL
' 6ELATIN hafps repTaca It :
ROYAL CEUTIN lit!.Tp!i
- ta maka... thrifty, too!
, 7 elcricuj
frih fruit fbvcnl

SO Street If a U I

. i I

a.

7.

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
. Je Leferre T Street
I FARMACIA "SAS"
, VU'Fetsa III v
" NOVEDADES ATHIS

, TiaEspaA At.
RESORTS
aath houw. On. mile past C.
aine. Phon Balboa 1161
PHIUIPS C.tt.-.T
wi.Tn'
-V's.r?ti iTi
rlf.l,5Ja?.ABM''., Tata.
r mun, oaio: iisi.
Earucint : ..
kZ ,. Twa"oir 5"ta Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnef, comfortabl. heutea.
"on Thompson Balboa 1772. 5
!u!r -M beach J
" "-'. with allv eonve eonve-A4.,rt.
A4.,rt. eonve-A4.,rt. .rf T
naw manaesmant at
serve you. r .".' ..( .-.
LOST (t FOUND
". Between C.l.n d Chl Chl-ta,
ta, Chl-ta, email female puppy Whit
J"!- '" P tail. Nam
2356, or 3-1533.
containina' PL-., a.
I., ijj . .-"Tomp miss miss-,
, miss-, J"B Friday night at Pacific Ser,-
tea I a
i erminal. CaN
Cumndu 5219. ;
I
eio VVdrifed
WANnDE,..,,,,,. tmmk with
wantura. Ave, Per. J7i4.
Ieilaiit
om
The Nin, 1 .: i..' .-.
Westinghouse; Electric Corp today
1..., mM atom powered
surface ship, v 7 t. ,. y;Vl,
The nuclear
ft, rv, ..." r Hnui lUX
tne 87 million dollar vessel, $
Studed missile light cruiser, is be-
ucaiputu auu aeveiopea Dy tlie
Atomic Energy Commission in co-i
vy said.. Westinghouse. will receive
ahnnt 4m Ki inc
t-v,vi wu a.cusi n piua-
fixed-fee basis.- ;.:. :-
; It said Westinghouse wiU 'furn 'furnish
ish 'furnish reactor rnmnartmAnt -..
nents for a nuclear-powered guid guided
ed guided missile light cruiser."
Tha 11 nm 1 ... : '1,. J
. ii. i i luu "en cruiser,
atlthnrtTeil h tk- 1 -il
j ii sesaiun ,01
C:nnoraa l . .l
o jaii ui U)B navy s
current .shipbuilding program.. "It
will be fitted out with the m 0 s t
lt tnnl aiaiaa. a. U J
advanced armament ahd ; guided

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DIABLO HTS. 1:15 S:15
Katharine Henhiim ""' : v
Cary Grant. .,, ..;v
-flllLADELFniA STORY
Fri. "Santa Fe Paasage"

Air-conditioned Count Thret and Pray" cnemts
:1S 1:13 Friday "Last Command" i',.-"

rt A l U Ci A
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RC1RFKN HITI :15 B:45
PARAISO -..: :" V-:.--V:
"UNDERWORLD STORY"

CAMP EIIRD "INSIDE DETROIT"

: for
r 12 70SDS

FOR SALE
MotorcycIcB
FOR SALE. Lam'orettas sctetar
with custom built aluminum,
Ct $125. Fear months
$400. Trop'c. S.A.
WANTED

WANTEDr Vacation guarters,
from October to December 20. I
- JtaMP'a. child. Diablo 2-
2319. ,- ,.i

FOR SALE
Boat-& Motors

FOR SAL!--Th CrusM, 32-ft.
motor launch with steadying 1
M is, Hat 75-hp, Greymarin.
Iresh water cooled motor, Four I
bunks, marine toilet, fresh wa.
f20VC11 Q-"T Height.
3270 eftwiOO., V

FOR SALIIBVa- ab, .rls.
V-B pngin. 2 bunks. Coed
condition. Albrook 3211
FOR SALE, I Ma- MUr4
boat complete with frailer, re-
ml ?". U-hp. S. Kin, I
4 50 hours, capabl f- 26
mph. Call Kobb. 4116. ;
FOR SALE, J. ,,4 TfclIll.
JlcUrd glass boat. Fasttt,
t.ugh.tt. ic.st mad.. Ab.rn.
thy. b.sida Hotel El Panama.
To Be Built
- PoweredShin
the Navy, said. A---.-. .-v'r-
- Tha Naw I
i..r.i. ."""""iH-cu- previously
that the cruiser would be built by'
tne -Omnv hia ....j -r 1.
hem Steel Corp., subject to com completion
pletion completion of satisfactory contract
nesotiatiohs.
The Naw b1i... 1 i
designs of its first atomic-powered
aircraft carrier which is expected
ton Forrestal supercarrier.
Congress this past session au-
...w. w ..uuiivHi uunais iur tne
first reaptnv nf lh. ...j.j
carriers of this size.. Defense-offi
cials nave estimated that possibly
TAI1IP trt n.,.1... .
be needed to power these giant
VACSaId .. ,.v V
' On. lAm!. 4wS....
it. r '""'""""cu auomanne,
the Nautilus, already has joined
the fleet. Another, ,the. Sea wolf, is
expected to be in operation this
year,
M.
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Fri Klng'a Thief"
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SHOW!. 8 Pit
, o:murculita
- GARCIA '7 l
O, LEVI
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RON CHAFEE.,
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i l by.Erskfn. Johnson F 1

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fjrsklne Johnson Ji on vacation,
'j'urlna hi absence, noted movie
and television personalities will
bat for. him with. gMtft. column.
Today'! column- la by Jamaa
Stewart.

I 1

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Answer to Previous "Pilule

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ACROSS

; I Crooner,
Crosby
SHis
: Gary, is a
smger
8 He it I
singing
. 1J Asseverate
13 Hasten -USkinoriflce
15 Proportion
1 Palm leaf
17 Revere
It Rocky
pinnacle
20 Crimson
24 Taut

59 Forest
creature
SO It is (eontr.)
11 College head
DOWN
1 Obstruction
1 Yellow bugle
- plant
. 3 Seine
4 Green, :
Scotland
5 Coast
S Lubricant
7 Approach
S Shoveler
S Pull after
10 Exist

11 Legal point

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840 kcs., Panama Gty
Telephone 2-3066
PRESENTS

By OSWALD JACOBY
Writton for NEA Strvic

23 Conger
fishermen
!5 Country
28 He has
recorded
of aongt

27 Very (Ft.)

39 Bora
40 Gave food to

41 Looked .
obliquely I
43 Small pastries
45 Redact

47 Conclusion

24 Low haunts IS Hops' kiln

27 Play the part Jl City in The

28 Shield bearing 48 Contend

2J Huge tub 4Froxen water

"of host

21 Exaggerate
a role
31 Unit of
" reluctance reluctance-.
. reluctance-. 32 Pewter coin
of Malaya-
33 Pedal digit
34 Compass point
35 Altitude (ab.)
38 Masculine
appellation
37 Queer .
40 Masses of ;
1 floating kt i.
42 Hireling
43 Years
" between 12
and 20 -'
. 44 Golf mound
48 Fruit drink
47 Wicked
50 Indian timber
tree 1
52 Tumult 1
56 He has a
; -voice
5? Interest (ab.)
88 Icelandic saga

Netherlands

22 30 (Fr.) ;

30 Afternoon
partieg .V
32 Label
38 Horn r.

SI Blackbird
53 Pish
54 Harem room
83 Light brown

1 i S j 5 k. n j l ft.Lo I
s"T s v r -r
XTT " H J" sTTl '.
' '' ,w!' ",
W"wtT"
n fa -rrr-
...r-rjjr- --1
" p (t 3T5T-r rprtr
y gpi-r rp.
' I.I f y-l 1 I I w

thought o; him s such, in the MsrilYii Prcsd'hl!;
newsreel footage, the first thing il M1!" C ivyllle

noucea ytai me tnange tiijt takes!
place in the man when he comes
near an airplane It is like a sea
captain who seems ill at ease on

land- but' becomes graceful and: I

arucuiaie me mQment he steps onl

' HOLLYWOOD "(NEAV- .Since

ivi -was a-KnicKcrDmRCKi riu miuge.
. j T U 1 ki.rt .hnnt I : I '

my teens, i iiv umi s u.iv ( i nvima mi iimi ining about

t

IS:f Tc!!s Press

aviation,- Fivers -.were snner-men Lindberoh todav. On h fr.t;. """"

in mv book. And tiie one I most .when ho visited us on the .. h.- P. 15 ,". s,f 111 tnree-aay benent bazaar at the

revered was Charles A. Lindbergh, t Was almost different parson as tT lwmsa- her nusoand said Paraiso Gymnasium start this

LONDON." Soot. 5 fUIM -i.Marl

lyn Aloroe is ill with gastritis ;ind;Basebari Association will hold

Bcnelil B3ia:r For
Liiile Leigucrs Al :
Pirrciso 6yn:r.2s!a

The Isthmian Little league

Even todav. I cart recall nearly! he inspected the aid ln..

every oetaikoi toe exemng weiwere using in rn film. V v

. nui auic iiiflL Lit mm VArcinti

of "The Spirit of SL Xouls" has
done a thorough job of exposing
most of the 'legends' and ha.f ha.f-truths
truths ha.f-truths which were printed in the

papers at xne time of Lindbergh's

leading up to Lindbergh's big try

kt the Atlantic. .'v ,7:
1 : Every 5 afternoon, 1 during the
' slow periods at my father's hard hardware
ware hardware store where I clerked, -wonld
sit down behind the counter
and devour the newspaper ; ac ac-iriiint:'
iriiint:' ac-iriiint:' of Lindbereh's. hurried

I preparations' for the flight. 1 stud-

f ied hifr'normal air speed and com com-?
? com-? puted the hours it would take to
reach Paris. I worried about Jus

Amono. Tha Starla ivhinh T nA

bergn has denied is the account of

ms.manys long walka at night to
train himself : to stay awake. As
we show in the film. Lindbereh

hesvF.ldl"

Ahont.hU Dtan for hitting the coast uu"n "fen

nf Fnrnni bv dead reckoning it in,e. "'gnt. A'SO scotched in thei
SeSraSrfag totaK m .,-cepted storyl

. wai no 11 du tuvicn as m mascoi

Following The .flight, t nrtlJJ'?uT' nrtlJJ'?uT'-everything
everything nrtlJJ'?uT'-everything I could find abort K Hn,fwpa? J
Lindbergh andri though
after soending nearly six months Tt.h.h;d !"or Jh?n 1 15 91,1 .n

nnrtravinst Lindberah- In- '-'The ?"

have since realized that I actually

knew very little about this re

markable; man ana. .is great

acnievernent. '. ;

Playwright Arthus Miller, denied
that his movie star wife is expect expecting
ing expecting on his, arrival by plane from
New York. He also denied that
she had asked him to hurry back:
when she telephoned him two

oays ago to say she was ill.
"It's absolute; rubbish. There's
not a word of truth in it,'". Miller
told reporters of the London news newspaper
paper newspaper reports that Miss Monroe is

pregnant.

evening 'at 6:30,

Proceeds will be tised to Bur

chase uniforms, and- equipment

ior me utue Leaguers or ls

Boca, Paraiso- and Santa Cruz.

Activities which will consist of

games of skill and chance will
continue tomorrow and Satur Saturday.'
day.' Saturday.' ....'p-'V :rj:,', :
Prizes' have been contributed
by Lou Glud, MotU Brothers,

jwauricio. Army and Navy, joye

He said his-wif 1, .ff0rin xaoacaieraNacionai,

from eastritis and th.t h..ot. A- Ha r mternacional and

ed to return to work at the studio

wunin a lew days.
:A columnist for the Daily Sketch
quoted a members of Miss iMon-

roe s emouraEe" as- iavin th

blonde actress was visit d vtr.l

An, V.,- 1 k

j uy a ttyuecuiuisi. v-'-

miner saia ne nad read that his

The community la asked .to
give .its; support.!-

BOSTON-(AP)-A t a 1 1 eoat

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on. weapon. You choose your best suit as
your trump in order to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of rufi'ng power, but you
must allow for the possibility that
the opponents may do some of the
ruffing. Vr

Today, Thursday, Sept. 6
TM.
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by phont
till 3:00)
5:30-News I
6 :35 What's Your Favorite

.- (cont!d) ;
6:00 Alien Jackson Commen
tarv (WRUL)

6:15 BLUE RIBBON ,' SPORTS

REVIEW tPaosi ueen
6:30 Telephone Hour (WRUL)
7:00 Goon Show
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.
S:00-Elizabethan Theater :
8:30 Take It From Here

9:00 You Asked For It (re

quests taken by. phone

. UU 7:30)
10:30 Music From Hotel El pan.
- ama
10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00-Slgn Off.
Tomorrow, Friday, Sept, 7 ''
A.M.
6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken

by phone tui 7:00)
7:30 Mornine Salon 'Concert

8:15 Church In The Wlldwood!

8:30 Musical Reveille
8:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 Paris Star Time'

10:00-JENNIFER'S JOU RN At

(Cutex and Odorono)

10:05 Spins and' Needles (re

quests taken- by
phone till 8:30) u

11:00 News
11:05 Spins And Needles

(cont'd) ,,

11:30 Meet The Entertainer .441
12:00 News

P.M.

13:05 Luncheon Music v
12:15M ELACH R1NO MUSI

CAL (Nescafe)

12:30-6weet And Hot

1:00 News V
1 : 15 Music Of Manhattan '
1:30 Sons Of The Ploneerj
1:45 Songs of France
8:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:30-The Virginians

3:00 Hank Snow And His

, Rainbow Ranch Boyj
8:15 Sammy Kaye Show
3:30 Music For Friday.
4:00-Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (re-.
. (re-. qirests taken by phone
till 3.00)
S:30-News

6: 35- What's Your FSVO rite the king, give East a heart ruff,

TWO DISSERT TREATS TO
ADD TO YOUR SPECIAL
RECIPE FILE
By GAYNOR MADDOX
NEA Food and Markets Editor.

Recently we discovered both of
these summer desserts. We hope

that you, too, are going to enjoy

inem. , -.-.
Lemon Sherry Cream
(Serves 4-4)
One tablespoon unfavored cela-

111!, V4 cup cold water, 1 pint sour
cream, 1 cup confectioners' sugar.
Vi cup lemon' juice, 2 teaspoons

grated lemon peel, H cup she:

or not water, V cup slivered

monas, toasted, r-

Soften gelatin in cold water and

set aside. Beat cream until it holds

soft peaks; gradually add sugar

and continue beating until thor

oughly mixed. Fold in lemon juice

and crated peel.

Heat sherry (or hot water) just

to boiling point and dissolve sof-
i Tl7 1. JJ l 1

(enea geiaun in 11. jaa aimonus
and gelatin to cream mixture.

Pour into mold and chui in re

frigerator until firmly set. Unmold
and serve as dessert rr r

Note: This could be molded In

sherbet glasses' for individual

servings, if desired.

Fresh Blackberry Deep-Dish Pie
i-.-.f..; (I servings).;

utiai ana KSUieniut
(Continued From Page Fill
Skin-Diving Party
At Hotel El Panama , 'Z
Skin Diving enthusiasts are-1.
vited to meet at the Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama Cabana Club pavilion to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night from 8:30 p.m. until
11 p.m. for, a barbecue and swim. swim.-ming
ming swim.-ming party. During the evenmir,
movies wdl be shown, and ik.a
diving demonstrations will be giv given.
en. given.

Wash and drain

6 cups fresh

a

In todav'e hand. R L,'ril nf blackberries and t u r n into

Norfolk, had to limit the ruffing 1 10x5x8-lncb baking dish, Add M
nower of the dranrlri Th.r. CM) fresh lemon juice.

were two threats, and he had to Combine 1 cup sugar and 3 U-

guard against both. 1 blespoons quick-cooking tapioca
. ..-. and sprinkle over the berries. Dot

West operied'the queen of hearts, th 2 tablespoons butter or mar-

ana aeciarer naa to win in dum- "VU?- iVK s vv"v w

my wun tne ace. it would be a
mistake to win the first trick with
the king, because West would gain
the lead with the king, because
West, would gain the lead with the
king of spades and would then
lead ,he jack of hearts through
dummy's ace. East would be able

to ruff out the ace of hearts and
return a diamond, V whereupon!
West, would; cash another heart!
trick. The defenders would get a1
hearths, high, spade, a ruff, and
the ace of diamonds, defeating the
contract, rrAJ'f;c:;. r;f';y-i-. V
Having won the first trick in
the correct hand, Miles had an another
other another hurdle to clear. He ; led a
trump to the ace and returned a
low trump giving up a trick to
the king without risking a finesse.

' West could now lead a heart

and allow East to ruff, in which
case the defenders could get only
one more, trick with the ace of
diamonds. Three tricks would not
defeat the contract.

U-inch thickness.

Trim, turn under and flute edge.
Cut 2 or 3 gashes' in the top to
allow for the escape of steam.
Bake in a preheated hot oven
(425 degrees F.) 40 minutes or
until the crust is brown. Cool and
serve. fiij J?s' i,
Pastry! Sift 1 cup sifted all all-nurnose
nurnose all-nurnose flour with Vi teaspoon salt

Into a mixing bowl. Add 1-3 cup
shortening and cut it In to crumb

consistency. Spnnkle in 3 tame-
spoons cold water. 1
Toss lightly. Shape Into ball,

Roll to tt-inch thickness on a
lightly floured board. Place over

pie and bake as in aoove airec
tinni ' '

Note! This yields sufficient pal paltry
try paltry for a 10x5:inch baking dish or

ior a -incn pie pun;. ; ry j
US-Educated
Haitian Will
Run For President

South would lose the game if
a 1 i St.

ne toon a sp?ae unesse i me ,,. ini...i.n. Am.r.

second trick. West would win withi;" .rw '.. ", "1".' .j

PORT AU-PRINCE, Haiti, Sept.,

Advertising VoIumD

To Reach $10 Billisn

In U. 5. This Yeer
NEW YORK, Sept. 5 (UP)'--The
nation's, total, advertising
volume this year is expected to
reach an all-time peak of more
than 10 billion dollars. Prinfar'a

Ink predicted today. i
The trade puDllcatlon said
the 1955 total amounted to 8 2
billion dollars or 12.6 per cent
greater than 1954.
The anticipated gain this!
year, the. magazine said, wils
come because aH media, except
radio, should realize lncreiised'
revenue, an that television will
continue to be the major sourcs
of potential gain In 1956...
Last year, national advertisers
budgeted more than 6.4 billion
dollars for sneh expenditures,
while local advertisers put about
3.8 billion dollars' into their ad advertising
vertising advertising efforts during the same
period. ; v : x

Newspapers took the lion's?
share of the advertising dollar
in 1955 by accounting for 33.6
per cent of all advertising. Tele Television
vision Television followed next 'with il f

per cent, magazines were third

wun and radio ranked
fourth with 9.9 per. cent .;
US Education WeeK
Proclaimed By Ikfei
WASHINGTON, Sept..' 6: (XV) "1
President Eisenhower today fcrw
claimed the. week beginning No
u as "American education
week '." He urged parents to vti
Schools durinff that narinrf

change views with the teachers oi
educational problems.
11 Die In Calcutta
Cholera Epidemic, j
CALCUTTA, Sept. 6 (up)
leven persons died last week m-a
sudden flareup of a cholera enu
demic which bas gripped this city
since early this year, oflicl-ai
sources said today. J

(cont'd)

6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-
--tary- (WRUL)

6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

6:30 Top Tunes of the week

' (WRUL)
7:00-i-Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report From U.S.

'8:00 Music By Roth

8:30 Short Story Theater I
9:00 You Asked For It (re.

quests taken by phone

' till 7:30)

10:30 Cavalcade Of America

ll:00-Jazz Till Midnight
i2:0Q-81gn Off. t. a A'

Iwife had consulted a gynecologist.!1 the working uniform for Arthur!

ana aaaea:' I aon t know about' """cu" ?i au xiiver, mass.

In the film, we. were able ten

make an amusing sequence' from
the story Lindbergh told us about

' plane as he flew over Nova Scotia

J if. m;rhe m e st compelliniiWe had some, difficulty finding a
aspect authenticating a flightlfly that could act, but the. en-

whieb h ;now; almost j lejehd waalcountcr makes an amusing bit of

that but I can assure you there is
no truth in reports that she is ex expecting,"
pecting," expecting,"
Miller-''denied "that tie b a d
chansed his olans 'in rAhirnintf in

a fly entering the cockpit of his London today. He-said the reserv

ation ior me return flight was
made when he interrupted his hon-'

m owr iob ( ulaving. Lindbergh.

From the outset, I realized that it
Would be presumptuous of Hie to
attempt to imitate Lindbergh. But
far weeks before shooting actually
began, -I., studied the 50,000 odd feet
of newsreel film which was made
of Lindbergh during .and after his
historic flight. ,
. I decided to try merely' to give
a general impression which
would, convey the kind of man and'
flyer he is. If my walk, my move-!

ments and ray speech suggest!

Lindoergn as much as they do
tewart. then I have accomplished

'-n fiH.nm to no. l nave to say.

by-play for cameras.

Singapore Cops,
Veiled Threat
HitsStrippers

SINGAPORE. Sept, (UP)
Singapore and Malayan police yes-

teraay oraerea- a crackdown on
in-creasingly popular stripteease

showt. -'- - ' I

Police Chief,' G. B everlejr of

Kuaia lumpur said shows would

Sergeant-at-Arms --at the Massa-

cnusetis state House. He wears a
cut-away and silk topper on for

mal occasions.

eymoon 10 days ago td fly to New
York to visit his children bv his

nrsi wue.

r.-re that this -was 'the most: be allowed to Bo on provided thei

difiiconand I hope the most re-jstrippcrs stayed within limits set
warding characterization of my by authorities.
career. For instanre, a woman Can do
. Many People have always, the dance of the seven neilsas
thought of Lindbergh a? a shylong as she stops after removing
and self-contained man. I never 'the sixth, he said.

nV,-46-,.-ii:i .m,.' ,Av.v

- The saga of the One' Indian natfon that killed more
white men than anv other tribe In history. This you can
see in "COMANCHE," the never-before-told epic of the last
feat Indian battle filmed in all the earth-spann'ng power
of Cinemascope and color by De Luxe starring Dana An Andrews,
drews, Andrews, Kent Snvth and lMj CrMal which opens this
weekend at the DRIVE IN THEATRE.

WEEKEND
AT.

T0M0.1R0V

RELEASE!
. THE

PRESIDENTE THEATRE

I is i

C

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mmM

n

Her 1st Picture in 4 YearsI
r Directed by '; ;
IivwkiuV I.atlli.;l

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PLUS:

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- A 5H0.1TS CAf.;ML

y Says Sfzlin

Era lialpreclices v

Jlow All Wiped Out

LONDON, Sept. 6 (UP) Radio

Moscow said today that "practi "practically
cally "practically all the drawbacks and mal malpractices",
practices", malpractices", of the Josef Stalin era
have been wiped out by the new
Kremlin leaders.
A broadcast reported that the
state security agencies which

helped Stalin impose his."relgn
of terror" on the Soviet Union
"are under proper control." control."-"The
"The control."-"The groundless sentences pass

ed at the time when the perfidious
band led by Bcria and bis accom accomplices
plices accomplices had acted with impunity
have been repealed and the per

sons who sintered innocently re rehabilitated,'!
habilitated,'! rehabilitated,'! Moscow said.. I
Soviet secret polic cbif Lav Lav-rebti
rebti Lav-rebti P. Beria was, executed as a
traitor less than a year after Sta Stalin's
lin's Stalin's death, L. r.

get back with the ace of die

monds, and give East another
heart ruff. South could afford to

lose a trump trica ana one run,

but be couldn t afford two runs

Drswing two rounds of trumps

quickly guarded against mis aan
gcr.

Boy Scout Son
Of Army Man Dies
In Truck Accident

, ANDOVER, England, Sept. 6

(ui Michael Stanley, 13, son
of U S. Army Maj. Francis Man-
lAV VtVtA fit, tn M,A. i.,nnj i

night when the truck in which he

was returning from a Boy Scout
camping trip hit a tree.

Maj, Manley, a native of Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, and .his wife had left yes yesterday
terday yesterday ,. for Germany where a
delicate head operation was to be

pertormed on their two-month-old
SOU.
Young Manley and 'three other

Boy bcouts were riding in a truck
driven by their airman scoutmas scoutmaster.
ter. scoutmaster. Vi

US Capital Frozen
In Argentina May
Be Released Soon
' BUENOS ArttES, Sept. 6 (UP)
United States Business firms
and individuals who have from 80

million to 100 million dollars in

blocked balances in this country

may be permitted soon to remit
at least part of their money a a-broad,
broad, a-broad, qualified sources said to-

The Central Bank wsi said to
be studying the possiblity of un-

been accumulating since 1949 from!
profits earned in Argentine pesos'

by local branches of the affected

firms, authoritative sources said.

ican college graduate and veteran
Haitian politician, said today he

will run for president in n e x t

month's election.

Jumelle holds a degree of eco

nomics and sociology from Fisk

University. Nashville, lenn and

tiiHinH 0inTinmi(ii nf tha ITnivar.

sity, of Chicago. He has been fin

ance minister for the past three

years. His nine-year government

service also includes the posts of

labor minister and public health
minister. v

DRIVE-IN
fol TODAY Jg
A GREAT PICTURE In

C'memaScope & Color!

STEWART C RANGER
Jean SIMMONE In
BEAU BRUMELL

Tomorrow!

POPULAR NIGHT!
V $1.10 per Car!
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. Chapters 9 and 10
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1 Drive as Vevr Own.,

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hour, day, -0
HHrr week or long.
few rate er. Just show

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proper Identi Identi-.
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Rememberl
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many ridel

It's the same
no matter how

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Rock 'n Roll
Up The VVair
LONDON. Sept. 6 CUP) Thea-te.-
managers called for police pro

tection today to keep teen-age auJ

liences from noting during show showings
ings showings of an American "rock 'n roll"!
movie.
-Seven toot-suited "Teddy Boys'"
were fined for rioting in one thea theater
ter theater dnrinff a performance of the

film "Hock Around the Clock.'' -Thev
said the music "sent them

Feed lots of pep?,
Drink... ;

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-V CtmrlHiri i

The Juices of 8 different, tardea,
flreih vegetable are blended into
this famoui drink, Younf iters love
tea lively Savor, and thrive on it

vitamia-pecked
goodness. At meal mealtime
time mealtime or betweea
meals V-S givei
them the refreih refreih-anent
anent refreih-anent they want,
and the nouriih nouriih-anent
anent nouriih-anent they need.

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the market) Hmolmt proved far supe

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TEX fANAMA AMERICAN AN 'fXEFTEXTrXT EtlY
' ttit.idat, srnrr
Eedlegs Hooe To' Become tnelwiStli9 Cizzskrc

fage ncrr

- Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS ;
(Based on J25 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGl'l

Seek To Climb From 2nd
Division To N.L. Pennant
Editor: CCNRAOO SARCEANT

- By, FRED DOWN
; NE WYOREi Sept. 6 (UP) The Cincinnati
Redlegs must do it the hard way if they're destined
to become, the "lucky 13th' team to rise from the

second division to a pennant.

- The lighting Redlegs moved
-, to within iy, games of the Na National
tional National League lead when they
' made it three out of four over
, the front-running Milwaukee
: Braves, 12-2, yesterday but the
big test is Just ahead. They'll be
"on the road for their next 13
,-ames and It's on the road that
the experts say they can't win.
, So far, the figures "support the
experts. The Redlegs hare 32 32-29
29 32-29 mark on the road and they'll
'. hare to do a lot better than that
to win. But they're fresh from
those three straight victories
over the Braves and confident

... they'll come out on top In the

. three-team scramble.
It's a three-team race and
we're up there to stay," said
manager Bardie. Teb b e 1 1 s,
sound'ng the keynote.. "They
have been counting ns out for
the last four months bat we're
not dead yet". ;

, One reason the 'experts have

not been too Impressed with the
Redlegs is the fact they finished

in the second division fifth-

last season. But the Redlegs
have plenty of precedents to

support their belief they can rise
all the way to the top In lone
season: no fewer than 12 teams,
five of them' in the National

League, have done it In the past

The Redlegs kayoed Warren

Spahn with five runs in the sec

ond Inning yesterday and went

v .on to bang out 13 nits s tney
twined the veteran southpaw's
bid for his 200th win. Alex
TrVammas knocked In four runs
with three hits, Frank Robinson
hit a two-run triple and John John-kny
kny John-kny Temple and Roy McMillan
JEJld two each In the bombard bombard-ent.
ent. bombard-ent. Hershel Freeman, who
yielded one hit In 4 innings of
, relief beat the Braves1 for the
second straight day and raised
Ms season's record to 13-4.

Sal Ma gM4, aided by Don
Bcj'ent in the ninth, won his
n'nth "decis'on as the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn Dodgers beat th. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Pirates, 4-3, and stayed
virr a half game behind the
. ftvdiees. Duke Snider walloped
ls ?h homer and Gil Hodges
h Jfith to lead the Dodgers'
attack.
t
Plnch-hltter Hank Thompson

alnrrled horn Red Schoendienst
m tne 10th to give the New

York Giants a 5-4 win over the
Pbi'adelphla Phillies.. Jackie

5p

. -' -.

Brandt knocked In three runs

with a double and a single for

the Giants, whose $65,000 bonus

pitcher. Mike Mccormick lasted

less than two Innings in his first

starting assignment.
Herman Wehmeier outdueled
Bob Rush as the St Louis Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals beat the' Chicago Cubs,

21, on Al Dark's lltn-inning
single in the other N.L. game.
Walt Moryn homered to tie the
score for the cubs after the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals went ahead on Al Blasin Blasin-game's
game's Blasin-game's triple and Dark's single
to the first. The win was Weh Weh-meier's
meier's Weh-meier's ninth and the loss Rush's
eighth- .... -;.-,:; ).-

In the American League, the
New York .Yankees Increased
their lead to 9& games with a
5-3 victory over the Boston Red
Sox. Yogi Berra and Bill Skow Skow-ron
ron Skow-ron hit homers to help Whitey;
Ford to notch his 16th victory
and hand Willard Nixon his
eighth defeat. Mickey Mantle

went homeriess and fell two
games off Babe Ruth's, record

home run pace.
Chuck stobba pitched a four

hitter for Jiis 15th win and pete

Runnels1- singled in two runs in

tne eignth inning as tne wasn
ington. Senators beat the Baltl

more Orioles, 2-0, In the only
other A.L. game. It was the first

snutout of tne year by a wasn wasn-ington
ington wasn-ington pitcher..

YESTERDAY'S STAR Her-'
shell Freeman of the Redlegs,
who beat the Braves for the
second straight day, to score
his 13th win of the season.

Player, Club
Aaron, Mil."
Virdon, Pitts.

Moon, St. I

S dienst, N.Y,
Klus'ski, Gin.

-g ab r h pet
132 516 99 168 .326
137 499 71 161 .323
131 472 81 151 .320
110 406 50 130 .320
127 481 90 152 .316

American League

Mantle. N.Y, 130 476 115 172 .361

Williams, Bos 114 328 57 .113 .345

Kuenn. Det, 124 499 79 166 ,333

Nleman, Bal. 109 369 54 123 .333
Maxwell, Det 119 418 82 136 .325

HOME RUN!
Mantle, Yanks .........
Snider, Dodgers ......
Robinson, RedlegS ....
Adcock, Braves
Kluszewski, Redlegs

. Mathews, Braves

47
38
37
35
34
34

Skin Divers To Hold

RCNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 118
Kaline, Tigers i....,-i,.:lir
Kluszewski, Redlegs 99
Musial, Cards 96
Adcock, Braves ........ 59
Simpson, Athletics 95

RUNS
Mantle, Yanks
Robinson, Redlegs

Aaron, Braves

Snider, Dodgers

Fox,. White Sox

115
113
99

. 99

96

HITS
;;.' i '.r-.u !-.v,f ,tv
Fox, White Sox
Mantle, Yanks ,,

' Aaron. Braves

Kallne, Tigers

Kuenn, Tigers

172
172
168
166
166

rrrctiiNG

(Based on 11 Decisions)

Tomorrow High.

A group of Panama and Cana

Zone Skin Divers will discuss the

formation "of a club at Hotel Ell

Panama (rtmnrrnuf nioht frnm K-1IV

p.m. when tney will meet at the

new poolside pavilion.

The club will be oDen to oersons

interested in the sport of skin div diving.
ing. diving. Charter trips will be made.

while regular meetings will be held

at the Cabana Club of the hotel.

The new club is being formed

by Robert Mcllvaine, new 1 i f e-

guard at Hotel El Panama s Ca

baria Club and Ed Abbott well

known sportsman.

Mcllvaine. who started swim

ming with the Canal Zone's fa

mous Red White a Blue Troupe.

swam also on Ohio University's
team.- .

Abbott is known to be one of Pa

nama s finest skin divers. He and

Mcllvaine have been most inter.

ustpd in fretting lncal skin divers

together, and felt that El Fanamr

would be a good central meeting

place.

There will be demonstrations in

the use of SCUBA' by qualified

skin divers. Color slides and mo

vies on skin diving will be shown.
The swimming pool will be open
for everyone until 11 p.m. f

Charcoal broiled namhurgers

and hot dogs will be available, as

well as bar service. v i ;i.

All persons interested In the

sport of skin diving, as well ai

members of other skin diving

clubs are welcome to come Friday

night and bring their bathing

1 suits. '. : (. -.

W L

Newcombe, Dodger's ,22 6

Freeman, Redlegs ...13 4
Fbrd. Yanks ........ 16 5

Buhl, Braves .... .,..16 6
Pierce, White Sox ..18 7
Brewer, Red Sox ..1ft 7
Kucks, Yanks .......18 7'

Pet

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;727
20
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Second Albrcck AFB
hYil:!;:n:l Ccp
Tournament Tonight
The second tAlbrook AFB In

vitational Basketball Tourna Tournament
ment Tournament gets under way in the

Base gym tonight and wU con continue
tinue continue until Saturday.
Six military teams are parti parti-patlng.
patlng. parti-patlng. Tonight at 8:30, Clayton en encounters
counters encounters Kobbe, defe n i I n g
champion, At 8:30 Albrook meets
Amador. v
Tomorrow evening at 6:30,
Navy will .battler the winner of
the Clayton-Kobbe contest. Fol Following
lowing Following at 8:30, Army Atlant'e
will meet the Albrook-Amador

winner: ...i4;."w.-....",-..i.

The final will be played Sat Saturday
urday Saturday at 7:30. p.m.

J

.TROPHY WDINER MSgt.' Robert Brownlee, 65th Group, Fortllayton; receives a trophy in :
.recognition of bis prize 546 pound Black Mar lln catch in the recent Inter-Servlee Division i
of the Rod and Reel Clubs' 4th International Marlln and Sailfish Twrnament, from Briga-';
dler General Louis V. Hlghtower, Chief of Staff; USARCAR1B tright)l Looking oh at the
ceremony whhh took places at the El Panama Hotel, August il, Is Lt. Col. Leslie C. Wood,
Executive Officer of Special Services, USARCARD3.- ., I '? ' (U.S. Army Photo)

Sanfamaria Is Boxer Most

Likely To Succeed yMdtiihez-

johnny Po wers September j
Homer Spurt May Give Him
So.Ass'n 'Player Honors'-

ATLANTA. Ga.:' Sept. 8 (UP)

September may plague major
league homerun hitters but New

Orlean s Johnny Powers is us using
ing using it as a springboard to pos possible
sible possible Southern Association 'play
of the year" honors. .'

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inning 'To; Tell ?

9n Mickey Manlle
NEW YORK, Sept. 8-(UP)
Babe Ruth's spectacular
September windup began "to
tell" t Miekey Mantle tdday
just as i did on so many oth others
ers others who tried to break the old
Bambino's home run record. )
Mantle failed to hit a homer
against the Red Sox last night
and : therefore dropped two
homers behind Ruth's record,
pace. Mickey has 47 homers in
134 games. Ruth h't Nos. 48
and 49 in the Yankees' 134th
game of the 1927 season in
which Babe set his mark of
60: -
Mantle can draw even with
Ruth's pace again if he hits
three homers- in the Yankees'
next four games but even then
he'll need 10 In bis last 16 con contests
tests contests to tie the' mark. The
Yankees are idle today but
play the Senators tomorrow
night. Mantle has hit nine
homers against the Senators
this season.

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Isthmian Little

teague Benefit

Bazaar Tonight

The Isthmian Little League
Association will start things off
with a bang : tonight at their
benefit bazaar which will run

untl Saturday night at the' Pa Para
ra Para iso gymnasium from six p.m..

unt l twelve midnight.
Many games of skill and
unique entertainment booths
will be In operation and lots of
soft drinks and hot deg sand sandwiches
wiches sandwiches will be on sale,
This activity fe to raise funds
for the operation of the league
which will commence early next
year. Many lovely presents con contributed
tributed contributed by merchants of Pana Panama
ma Panama w'll be given away..
All adult residents on the
Isthmus are Invited to attend
and lend their financial support
It is expected that at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of this basaar, the pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds wll be enough to com

pletely uniform ninety Little
Leaguers, supply the league with
needed equipment and furnish
the transportation expenses for'

the teams when they have to
travel.

Paraiso Sports

Fsncy Pair :' 1
Townsfolk in Paraiso- will set

great deal of fun this week when
sponsors of the Isthmian Little

League offer a three-night "fancy
fair'1 in aid of the organization
that is expected to launch an all all-out
out all-out effort to field scores of young youngsters
sters youngsters in the proposed 1956 little

league in the various Canal Zone

lccal-rate towns.

The highlights of the three-night

diversion will include games of

skill, dart throwing and ring ring-throwing
throwing ring-throwing events. Also to be offer offered
ed offered as an attraction will be a big
grocery basket and a standing

lamp -.
The opening night will be to
night, commencing at s o'clock
with Friday' and Saturday nights
getting underway at the same
time. x
Meeting ,'
The "field day committee," toil toiling
ing toiling as part of the recreation group
organized by tne Civic Council,
will meet' tonight at the Paraiso
Civic Center meeting room for

the purpose of setting plans for the
proposed field' day that will take
place Feb. 22 1957. At this, meet

ing several pertinent matters re

lating to the type of activities that

will be indulged in during the

day's celebration; will be discuss

ed, and' all members of the com committee
mittee committee are urged to be prompt in

The 25-year-old Pelican -fly-

chaser slammed three round-

trippers in a single contest a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Memphis Tuesday riight
and the trio upped his league league-leading
leading league-leading total to 39. Five of Pow

ers' distant pokes have come the

last two nights and six have
been of the September variety.
..... j ... ..... ,. ..... j.
i The lefthand-awlnrin Bir

mingham native now enjoys an
eight-stroke league lead on At

lanta's Jack Daniels and Pell

can teammates Emil Panko who

are ilea with 31 apiece. .

rowers' tnree homers naced a

17-hlt New Orleans attack which
dumped Memphis 13-3. Hy

uonen notcnea tne pel win on
a six-hitter with Memphis Gip
Dickens getting the only dam damaging
aging damaging blow a sixth Inning

uomer wun one aDoaid.
. Atlanta,, meantime,, "backed
to within one victory of clinch

tag ins pennant Chattanooga

oroppea tne crackers 2-1 but

runnersup Birmingham and
Memphis also failed

Jesse, Jevan's S4th homerun

or tne year with one mate a.

board provided the Chattanooga

wciury margin. jaoD Moncagnad

pui, mianta aneaa l-u. witn a

solo loundtrlpper in the fifth,

Zeke Seisz gained the Nooga

win 'on a three-hitter' while
hard-luck Dick Grabowskl took

the .Atlanta loss the club's

iirst alter six straight victories.
; Nashville bested Birmingham
4-3 in a 14 Inning battle which
required three-and-a half hours
to complete. Charley Babe went
the 14 inning distance for the
win and : also scored the Cols
winning run on George Schmess
sacrifice; fly. , ,,.
' Charley Williams had Nash Nashville
ville Nashville ho.ner in the first lnninsr.

Lloyd Merrltt took the- loss as
the : slumping Barons stayed-slx-and-a-half
games : behind
.Atlanta.: :t r'.,.r ,. .;

- Vetron R. 'C: Otey smacked
a loth ; Inning single ,: to give
Montgomery t- a 4-3 -win1 oyer
Mobile. Lee Anthony another
much-traveled Southern. Asso

ciation athlete gained the Reb

el victory. , ,
: Jim Russell's seventh Inning
Montgomery homer had tied the
score and sent the game Into
overtime Bob Yanen was the
Mobile loser. . -..

rfed Unchanged

GALVESTON, Tex., Sept. 6 -(UP)
Medically speaking, the
condition of cancer stricken
Babe Dldrlkson Zaharias was
"unchanged" today, hut her dor-

tors reported the famed woman
athlete's morale was "high
The daily hospital bulletin' re reported
ported reported Mrs. Zaharias spent An Another
other Another comfortable night and al also
so also disclosed that she gave a
birthday "party" on Tuesday for
her sister, Mrs. Llllie Grimes of
Beaumont, who has been here
with her for more than a week.
i Mrs. Zaharias was "enthusias "enthusiastic
tic "enthusiastic and cheerful" and enjoyed
planning the little party "like a
kid with a new toy,5 the doctors
said, v-te". ..,

, Colpns colorful featherweight

r.ewcomer Jesus Santamarla,
who Atlantic side fans claim

will givd the city a much need

ed lift In pro boxing activities,
was scheduled to go through his
final hard workout this after

noon for, his eight-round fea-

tore,bout with Panama City's
Black Bill at the Colbn Arena
Sunday.- night... ?, ? ?.

' Colon's new hope, although
; only. 21, and. just four profes professional
sional professional fights under his belt,
is considered by observers as
the fighter 'most likely to suc succeed
ceed succeed the present Isthmian:
Hfi-r-oimd title holder Isidro
.Martinet ;, h ; :t.;.,;;
SantamaVia's handlers how however,
ever, however, i;ave stated that "their
plan Is to take their charge up
the ladder, gradually,. before a a-greeing
greeing a-greeing to. pit him against the
scrappy,, experienced Martinez.
.Oozing with confidence- on
the outcome of Sunday's bout,
the speak of matching the
youngster with Sammy Medina

next, and then possibly a joust

wun leading featherweight con
tender Rodolfo Francis.

' All this, say the Santamarla I

coara m strategy,, should take
snother six months when they
feel' th9 young slugger will be
ready to face Martinez.

(Night Game; 19 Innings)

New York 0911180015 11,9
Phila. 929 919 991 94 1

McCormick. Hearn. Marronerl.

Wilhelm, Llttlefield (3-5), and
Sarn, Westrum.

Simmons. R. Miller. Meyer (7-

8), Flowers and Seminick.

v Theie Certainly is ground
for the general belief that
Santamarla is going places. -.
; Jtfter graduating from the
amateur ranks early this year
vhere he was champion for his
division, Santamarla created a
fighter when he tangles with
sensation, when he knocked out
previously unbeaten Enrltjue Pe Pe-rea
rea Pe-rea of Panama in the fourth
of a scheduled slx-rounier.: 4
: After i a unanimous verdict
win over Manuel Prescott "In
his next outing, the Colonlte
was again matched agaln'st Pe Pe-rea.u
rea.u Pe-rea.u This time matters were
settled' ionce and lor "all as: to
who was better when Perea was
TKO'ed In the second stanza
of 1 scheduled" six-rounder. s
Santamaria's fourth straight
victorv came at the expense
Of Vicente Worrell whom he
beat -by a split decision in six
, heats Aug.- 5. l-' -": '': C
Bu t despite Santamaria's
short but Impressive record,1 he
will be up against a game, ag aggressive
gressive aggressive and recently successful
Black Bill. --
The 24-year-old Guachapali
resident has been a winner in
four of : his last five engage engagements;
ments; engagements; his most recent win bc
tag a unanimous decision over
Rodolfo Marshall, who up to
cnat time had racked up five
consecutive wins, r ;
Bill's supporters, whkh in- :
elude his trainer, wily old vet veteran
eran veteran Aubrey (Cojo) Woodruff,;
remind dissenters that Bill

was the underdog In his fleht
with Marshall hut that fart :
did not stop him from going;1
ahead w win easily.
' Woodruff Insists that such
will be the case again thls-Sun-day.
.
General admittance for- the
Luis Craig-promoted four-bout
card is .75 cents.

tlittinl l.nj

Teams

Milwaukee
Cincinnati

Brooklyn

St. Louis ,

Philadelphia
Pittsburgh
New York .

Chicago

W1
Si
89
95
SI
58,
55
52

Pet. GB
-.609

.597

.594 2

.489 16
.466 19
.433 Z3V'i
.417 25y,
494 2814

Teams

New York 1

IVt iCIeveland

Chicago
Boston .

Detroit
Baltimore

Washington
Kansas City

TODAY'S GAMEJI
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
Only games scheduled.

(N

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Cincinnati 959 942 91912 15

Milwaukee 909 299 909 2 9 3

Acker, Freeman (13-4), Jan-

sen and Bailey. k

Spahn (16-19). Crone. Murff.

Jolly, Conley and Crandall.

(Night Game) r

Pittsburgh 9991991913 9 9
Brooklyn 909 2119014 5 9

Kline (12-16), Face and Foiles.
Maglie (9-4). Bessent and

Campanella.

(Night Game, 11 Innlnrs)

Chicago 909 909 199 991 I 9
St.. Louis 199 909 999 91 S 6 9

Rush (12-8) and Landrith.

ChltL ..

Wehmeier (9-9) and Katt

Third Slrcirhl

H Po A

Cincinnati
Temple 2b "i ;..;,

Robinson if ......

Bell cf
Kluszewski lb. ..,

Post rf

Bailey c

Grammas 3b
McMillan as
Acker p

Freeman p1

c-crowe ...... i..

Jansen p .......

Totals - 41 12 15 27
. MUwauke J

n
o
o
0

O'Connell 2b 4
Logan ss 4
Aaron rf .:.,...). 4

Hersh If 4
Adcock lb ....... 4
Thomson 3b ...... 2
Bruton cf 4
Crandall c ...'.."i. 3
Snahn n . . : n

Itrone p I

a-Torre 1
Murff p 0

Jolly p 0

b-Tanner 0
Conley p 9

Totals

31 2 8 27 14

a-Flled out for Crone in 5th.
b-Walked for Jolly in 8th.
c-Struck out for Freeman In

9th.

Cincinnati
Milwaukee

050 042 010 12
000 200 000 2

SUMMARY Errors: Thom

son, Bruton, Hersh. RBI: Robin

son 2, Acker. McMillan 3, Adcock
2, Grammas 4, Freeman 2. Dou

bles: Hersh. Crandall. Gram

mas; Triples: Robinson, Bruton.
HR: Adcock. Sacrifice: Bailey.

Double-plays: O'Connell-Logan-

Adcock, McMillan-Temple-Klus-

zewskl, Freeman-McMtllan-Klus-

zewsKl, jansen-McMillan-Klus

zewskl Left on base: Redlegs 8,

Braves 5. Bases on balls: Spahn

1, Crone 1, Murff 2, Jolly 1, Free

man 2, Jansen 1. S.O.: Acker 3,

Jansen 1, Freeman 1, Conley 1,
Jolly 1, Murff 1, Crone 1- Hits

off: Acker' 5-3 2-3. 'Spahn 6-1

2-3. Freeman 1-4 1-3, Jansen 0l

1. Crone 5-3 1-3. Murff 2 2-3,

Jolly 2-2 1-3, Conley 0-1. Runs

and earned runs: Acker -2-2,
Spahn 5-5, Crone 4-0, Murff 2-2.

Jolly l-l. WP: Freeman (13-4)
LP: Spahn (16-10).'

W
86
15
73
72
65
58
55
43

L
48
56
58
69
67
73
77
88

Pet. G3
42
.573 914
.557 11' I
.545 IS
.492 29
.443 26 Jf
.417 30
JI8 41'i

TODAY'S GAMES -.Detroit
at Kansas City. (N)
'Baltimore at Washington
; Only games scheduled.
YISTERDAI'S RESULTS
(Nignt uame) :

New York 991 198 9125 9

Boston 109 919 9013 7 3
.Ford (18-5)- and Berra,'
, Nixon (8-8) and Daley.
(Night Game)

Baltimore 909 909 909 9 4 9
Washington 909 999 92x 2 7 9

Johnson (7-9) and Triandos.
Stobba (15-10) and Courtney. I
Only games scheduled. '

bl:rn :lb2l Lc:;:

MilMil

Ma

Teams

Toronto ...

Rochester ,

Miami V i
Montreal .

Richmond .
Havana .
Columbus, "w
Buffalo .

W
85
80
78
79
72
70
68
62

L
63
66
69
70
78
80
82
86

GB

Pc(.
.574
.548
.531
.530

.480 14

.467 16 I

.453 18 1

.419 23

t

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Columbus 000 000 010 1 6 3
Richmond 101 000 15xB 0 1

Thies, nicer (S) and njnhlo.

Clcotte and Watlinef.nn. i p'

Thles. HRs: Renna. Sullivan.

Rochester1
Montreal.

.200 201 0005 11
101 000 000 2 6

Deal. Russell (81 and Ron-

MUliken, Mlckens (6), WaJs (8)
and Roseboro. WP: DeaL LPs
Milllken.

Havana

Miami

200 010 000-3
000 200 0002

8 0
'l

Hatten and Sierra; Mbrehead,
Quakers (8) and Holton. LP:
Morehead.

Riinhsrup Hcch2s!:r
Eliminates Royds
Frc.n' IL Flz kce,
NEW YONK, Sept. i(UP)
The Montreal Royals, on top in
the International Learne for th

first half of the season, were

uiuwiemaucauy eliminated from
all hopes today of a first place
finish, and Miami, In a virtual
third place tie with the Cana

dians, finds itself just one game
away from pennant contention.

Runner-up Rochester.' the on

ly team with a reasonable chance

to catch Idle Toronto, knocked

Montreal out, 5-2, behind Cot

Deal's 14th win. With four days
remaining In the campaign, the
Red Wings now trail the Leafs by

four games. The Marlins and
Montreal are 6 games back.
Miami 'suffered its s 1 x t h
straight loss, bowing 3-2 to Joe'
Hatten, and Havana. The slump slumping
ing slumping Marlins had gone 37 consec consecutive
utive consecutive innlnes wlthqut a score
before picking up two runs in
the fourth. , r
In the only other action, Rich Richmond
mond Richmond protected its hold on fifth
place with an 8-1 win over Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. Al Clcotte picked up his
14th victory behind five-run
eighth Inning outburst by his
teammates. Toronto and Buffa Buffalo
lo Buffalo were not scheduled.

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"Angels With Dirty Faces"

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13 PA.NAMA AMERICAN AH tXTETEXEENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
meet Virtually Admits Alston Will Be Back

Fwnt. 0

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MACfC, CAMERA STYLE Byron Manderson seems to have
mastered thrt of walking on water. Actually', camera caught
,nim i m last phase of a double somersault dive during contest
at Atlanta, Ga. 1 ..-.. w ,
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OUT OF DOORS
GUN SANITY 'FOR YOUNGSTERS;
, By WARREN PAGE

I

UD

THERE'S one safety program,' of one of the less expensive single
on principles backed by all man-! shots down to, his size. Shown to
ner of organizations from the NRA'one of his sixth, grade 'colleagues

to the American caaewy or. re re-fliatncs,
fliatncs, re-fliatncs, whicn is spreading fast,
praise be. That's the idea of put-
ling into school curricuiums,. at(
he secondary level, actual courses,
in safe ana she. feuo Handling.)
More and more states are coming
to see ine desirability of sucn
tranuung. ,
-wnicn doesn't entirely solve the,
prooiem of tne active and curious
Kid in his eany teens, or his suo-
teenaga bromer. wot cveiywuere
- can ne, be supped into. -a junior
lmtf CiUii, UJi Hitters IS Uie
Ranger program- of the bportiug
Arms anU Ammuiution Marnuac-
turers Institute, a spiendid home-
siioowins ,scneme, tue enure an-
one thing that any five to
12-ar-oid has to be soid on, as
tne primary oasis jor nis reject.'
fui and careiui comae, wlin any

weapon, lswai a uui power inai can come in sman baseball
hook, can be dangerous, l-;.:. 'packages. v, The president of the' Milwau Milwau-'l'o
'l'o Milwau-'l'o the'kid wuo nas ranted when you and I went to school kee Braves has asked the other
around uie backyard v.iih ornaie we learned much out of books, .but National League Owners for
cap pistois tnat are asmunuingiy both in the classroom and outsidel help. v
jealisiic copies of the real McCoy, t todays youngsters are learning Lou Perihl wants their unanl unanl-to
to unanl-to the kK whose only experience by visual means. And there's noth'mous consent to re-play the
with r actual gunfire .; has beenling quite as eye-popping to a boy, rained out game of Aug. 30 in
through the medium of today's quite as certaU to insure respect- Milwaukee to stay In that city,
television shows, rifle or .pistol is ful care when he has any associa-.xhe League of fice has re-sched-tot
capable of doing real damage tion with weapons, as these ssim-i uled. the game or SeP- 19
untd that potential Is ashown by.ple d e mon s t r a tions of what Pittsburgh a8 the Pirates "have
actual example. 1 "ul" un can do. finished their season series In

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HEADY PLAY Roy McMillan. Cincinnati's shortstop, flipped
over onto his head when Johnny Logan of the Braves hit hin
in a useless effort 1f break up a double play.

mth
My boy, now 12, has a .410 cause
shotgun. It's a d i nk y w e a p on,
.made by uttin barrel and stock
It amused the comment. "Oca.

that little g un c o ul d n't h u rt1 A veteran tennis player show show-nothinV
nothinV show-nothinV ; .--.. ;d the crowd at the U.S. Tennis

So- w e t o ok t b is d q u b t tog
Thomas out into the fields and!
with the dinky little smoothbore
at short range smashed a ragged
fist sized hole through both ends
of a heavy wooden box. That sight
gave him a little of the religion
that my own boy had long betore
acquired.
, To put the clincher on,. I toted
out a gallon can 'which I had
filled with water and capped. My
boy's chum didn't think the. size
of the hole in a 2? centerf ire rifle
wai much pumpkins, and the var
mint c a r t r id g e 1 itself looked
I mighty, puny to hira. But when
its smashing impact unpeeled that
can like an orange and splashed
water, all over the landscape he.
goon aw the hght, realized the

BROOKLYN, Sept 6 (UP)

The Brooklyn Dodger front of
floe by silent endorsement,
made it plain today that Walter
Alston would be back as manager
next year,- no matter bow the
team finishes in the current
race. .
Vie President Buzzy Bavasi
would not say flatly that Alston
would be back but he comment commented
ed commented that "as far as the organiza organiza-Uon
Uon organiza-Uon Is concerned we're perfectly
satisfied. -.-'-
Bavasi then defended Alston
by stating ttaat "it it not the
manager who wins or loses
pennants.". .,..,.; -"You
might as well say that
Gil Hodges has to start hitting
to be back next year," said Ba Bavasi.
vasi. Bavasi. "It's the same thins as say
ing Alston has to win- Now. can
Alston hit for Hodges? -can Al
ston hit for Roy Campanella? If
he could, then you anight say
winning or losing is up to him."
Alston has had a stormy sea
son, ai on. strewn wnen ine
Dodgers were faltering In Mil
waukee on ineir tnira western
road, trip, he called a private
clubhouse- meeting and "chewed
out" the. entire squad,. suggest suggesting
ing suggesting by gestures at his neck that
the, club had a little "choke" in
it. r V,.V
, Word of that meeting leaked
out and veteran Dodgers such
as Ptewee Reese, confirmed
Alston's harsh words, by stat stating
ing stating that. "We deserved every
thing he said." Later, Reese
gave h's personal endorsement
to Alston's remarks, and pres president
ident president Walter O'Malley of the
Dodgers sent him a telegram
thanking him for his stand.
The surest factor involving
the retention of Alston Is that
the Dodgers are booked for a
post-season barnstorming tour
of Japan, and the managef has
Deen. instructed to take charge
of the entire operation, it is not
likely that Alston, were he not
to be retained for 1957, would be
managing the long barn-storming
trip. ...
Sports Briefs
TENNIS
cnampionsnips at Forest HUls,
New York, that he still has what
it takes to make-a winner.
Dead-game Vic Seixas fought
from, behind today and reached
the quarter-finals of the cham championships.
pionships. championships. Seixas had a 3-8, 6-3,
6-4, and 6-3, win over Torben
Ulrich of Denmark1.
Ulrich had beaten Seixas twice
previously-without a defeat. And
it looked like he was going to do
it again today but the 33-year-old
Seixas rallied to win the
match. It was Seixas fourth
straight extra set match.
Little Ken Rosewall of Aus Australia
tralia Australia dropped a set but then
won over Huh Stewart, 2-6, 9 9-7,
7, 9-7, 6-1, and 6-2. v
MiiwauKee.
Said Perlni "I make the re request
quest request because 2 feel it Is an obli obligation
gation obligation to fans here in Milwaukee
who want to see the game." v
There seems to be little chance
of all the other owners agreeing
to switching the game from
Pittsburgh. Brooklyn probably
would balk at giving me Braves
the advantage of tha home
game,
Only three games are sched-j
uled for today in, the National
League, at night, it will be jonn jonn-ny
ny jonn-ny Antonelli (14-13) of New York
against Don Newcombe (22-6) at
Brooklyn. That's the only game
In the senior Circuit. In the
American League, Ray Moore
(11-6) of Baltimore tangles with
Deana Stone (4-8) at Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. And Frank Lary (15-13) of
Detroit meets Art Ditmar (10 (10-19)
19) (10-19) at Kansas City., The other
clubs are idle..:;-;: ,;.;;,,
' TURF t.
The thoroughbred with five
world records to its credit has
arrived at Mays Landing, New
Jersey. ..v. '-
"Swaps" arrived from Chicago
to begin training for the Sept.
15 running of the $100,000 Unit United
ed United Nations Handicap at Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic City. Trainer Meshach Ten Ten-ney
ney Ten-ney said the chestnut colt is in
good shape after the 27-hour
plane trip. Tenney said the fans
will get a chance to see Swaps
workout this Saturday. ;
Three of Swaps' rivals in the
Sept. 15 race "Mahan," "Prince
Morvl" and '"Fisherman" also
arrived today at Atlantic City.
SOFTBALL
A doctor at a Los Angeles hos hospital
pital hospital says the Softball Career of
halfback Vic Janowica may be
over. 4 ., :'.'
Dr. Paul Moore explained
"He may be out this year or he
could be through forever. It la
problematical. It depends on
how he comes along."
janowloz has been hospitaliz hospitalized
ed hospitalized with a severe concussion
three weeks as a result of an
automobile accident. But the
field goal expert from Ohio state
is optimistic. Janowici said "I
can't wait to get started again.
In another week J should be

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kOADED Gene Voslka is shown loading- a rocket during summer training of the United
tales Air Tore Academy. The six-foot four-inch, 217-pound sophomore tackle is poised for
, action as a bulwark in the AJ A, line. He is son of a master sergeant in Strategic Air Command.

Gatun Pool Notes

A series of swim meets have
been held at the Gatun pool
durins the summer vacation.
They were sponsored by the Ga Gatun
tun Gatun Civic Council, Margarita Re Recreation
creation Recreation Center and Elks Lodge
No, 1542 under the direction of
the Department of Physical Ea
ucatlon. and Athletics.
Trophies will be awarded on
Tuesday, Sept. 11 at 6:30 p.m. at
the Gatun a-vm. There will also
be medals for the children who
placed In the race 'for tha tro
phies. '
Boys and Girls 6 and under
. I Beginners
1st Steve Radel, 25 points.
2nd. Ted Bailey, 18 points. -:3rd.
Steven Jackson, 13 points,
4th. Mark Paulson, 6 points..
Boys and Girls I and under
Beginners
Jack Sanders, 31 points.
John Fettler, 13 points.
Bob Thomas 12 points.
" Peter McBride, 6 points.
,.Eoys and Girls. 2 and under
Beginners
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., Jack Sanders, 31 -points.
John Fettler, 13 points., v
- Bob Thomas, 12 points. :
Peter McBride, 6 points.
"': i',.j'rff .j,pt j
t Boys, t and under
Duke Wilson, 87 points. t
Gary Vaucher, 67 points.
Brent Mitchell, 13 points.
Danny Holcomb, 10 points.
Girls 8 and tinder -1
Ginger Thomas, 63 points,'
Linda Benton, 62 points,
Jane Wilson 27 points. ::x
Boys 10 and under v'
Henry Shirk, 58 points.
Stewart Brown, 49 points.
John Vaucher, 42 points. (
Gregg Hakenson; 17 points.'
back In Washington with the
Redskins.
FOREST HILLS. New York,
Sept. 6 (UP)--It was another
tough win for Vic Seixas in the
UJ3. National filnles Tennis
Tournament.
Selxa.v under a hazy sky at
Forest Hills, New York, was
forced to come from behind be before
fore before eiminatin Torben Ulrich
of Denmark, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4, 63.
It was the fourth straight extra
set match for the 33-year-old
Seixas. The Davis Cupper was
unable to control his backhand
in the frst set but steadied and
advanced to the quarter-finals.
X, Olympics, -y
The Olympic career of wrest wrestler
ler wrestler Bill Smith is over before It
began. '.,
The governing board of the
Central Amateur Athletic Union
has turned down an appeal by
the captain of the wrestling
team. The central division ruled
Smith was Ineligible because he
accepted pay for teaching
wrestling at Rock Island, Illi Illinois,
nois, Illinois, h.gh school for two years.
Attorney Charles Marshall ad admitted
mitted admitted Smith received $400 fer
each of the last two years, but
insisted the money was for
Smith's expenses in building up
wrestling in- the high school.
Marshall said the money was
not pait of Smith's salary, y
GOLF
The athletic committee of the
Dallas Chamber of Commerce
has honored golf star Babe
Llarik3..n Zahanss.
The Lebe. fiphtina cancer in
a Galveston, Texas, hospital
was wimea "spoitoiuan ol the
month.", A telegram from the
Dallas committee said "May
your great courage carry you
to victory in your battle against
cancer:' .
Hospital officials said the
Babe la new drinking milk by
mouth after having been fed
Intravenously lor more than
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- Girl 10 and under
Conchita Graves, 87 points.
Pat Dalyj 53 points,
Carol LaCroix, 27 points.
Susan Shirk, 23. points.
v Boys 12 and nnder
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Tom Dugan, 01 points.
Raymond Scheidegg, 40 points.
Don Stohrer, 23 points.
Kit Atkins, 10 points.
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Girls 12 and unde
Chalene Gaves, 80 points..
Vena Hlldeband, 59 points.
Judy Hallett, 21 points. v
Halet Hewitt, 17 points. s
Boys 14 and nnder
Arthur Parrott, 95 points'.
Paul Ebdon, 39 points.
Mike LaCroix, 15 points.
Buddy Slaughter 12 points.
; Girls 14 and under
Lillian Hlrons, 74 points.
Elizabeth McClaren, 29 -points
jvnay Masn, n points.
Judy Hakanson, u points.
'. .i Boys 16 and nnder
Jeff Slaughter, 35 points.
Roger Eaton, 6 points.
Girls 16 and under',, n
Rosalie Radel, 35 points,
Icbbslls Ikppy
Aboul Making Wrong
Gsi3 Lasf Spring
' MILWAUKEE, Sept. 6 (UP)
Manager Birdie Tebbetts of Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati made a wrong guess last
spring and he is very nappy a-
DOUl 11.
Tebbetts predicted cookie out'
fielder Frank Robinson would
hit 15 homers this season. Well.
Robinson's 37th homer Tuesday
night at Milwaukee won the
game, 4-2, and put the Redlegs
two-and-one-half games behind
we Braves.
Tebbetts said "I was trying
not to be over-optimistic last
spring when I said Robinson
would hit 15 homers The way
things, have turned out It could
be the understatement of. the
year."
RODinson neeas one more
homer to tie the record for rook'.
les set in 1930 by Wally Berger
or ine Boston Braves.
. ....... .... ..;v., 1.
The Braves will be out of
town starting Friday but Miiwau
Kee baseball fans win nave an
other attraction. The second an
nual Global World Series starts
with teams from Canada, Ha Hawaii,
waii, Hawaii, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Ri Rica
ca Rica Colombia, Holland and the
United States competing: The
United States will be represent represented
ed represented by the Fort Wayne, Indiana,
Dairymen. They get going a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst Hawaii on Saturday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The finals are scheduled
for next Wednesday night.
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BASEBALL
The president of the National
League is getting ready in case
there is a three-way tie for first
place... the first in big league his
tory. . .: .,.
Warren Giles says the., League
has,provieded for a three team
round robin playoff, in which
team is eliminated after two de defeats.
feats. defeats. Giles added that bis office
has been swamped with inaulnes
on what would happen if Milwau-
see, isrooKiyn, ana Cincinnati all
finished in a tie for first place.
ine craves are now leading Cin
cinnati by 2 games. The Dodgers
are tnira two games back.
Cues said "the odds are against
three clubs playing 154 games and
winding up with exactly the same
mimhpn til urina nnt Ineeaa Quf
he added, "We may have the first
tnree-way -oeao hear in history."
TENNIS ''"'
The mighty atom from the land
down under crushed former cham
pion Art Larseo to lead the way
mo rouna 10 oi tne u.s." xennis
Championships. ; v
Little Ken Rosewall of Australia
beat Larsen, 6-3, 6-2 6-2. Rosewall
covered the famed center court
today like a net and- played- his
usual base-line' ga me, Larsen htd
wutt ui cnanipiunsnipg m iwu.
The business manager fop mid
die weight champion Ray -Robin
son says ."It seems that Robinson's
title defense will be all right for
uucago." ......
Joe Glascr' said no date had
been set yet for Robinson's fight
against uene uiimer but It prob
sbly will be in the near future.
Said Glaser, "Robinson will have
to go-where the fight will draw
the best. This is big business."
Robinson has been holding out
since' Aug. 12 for his own terms
and his own site for the match
The champion would like to have
the fight outdoors at Los Angeles
or indoors at Madison Square Gar Garden,
den, Garden, in New York.
;-V briefs -'.
Twenty-five-year-old Gordon
Pirie pf Britain has broken the
world distance-running reeord for
the three-thousand meters. Pirie
did it in seven-minutes and 52-and-
eigJ it-tenth, seconds at Malmoe,
Sweden... ;
Ralph "Tiger" Jones will fight
mmaieweignt mu Greaves SeDL
14 at Washington. Jones scored a
six-round knockout over Tony Bal Bal-dini
dini Bal-dini in his last appearance at
Washington... Notre Dame foot-
be. I coach Terry Brennan has
made two more line switches with
his predominantly sophomore!
squad. Brennnn moved fullback
Chuck Lima to guard and end Bob
wetoska to tackle.
ReVERSES FIELD Bobby Co
will- be closely watched in the
Bi Ten, and not only because the
quarterback transferred -zrom
Washington to Minnesota,

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Scandal Magazine Publisher Wounded
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- CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican
Benuhlic. SeDt. 6 (UP) Domini

can Authorities questioned maga magazine
zine magazine publisher Robert Harrison to today
day today about a jungle quarrel that
ended when he was accidentally
wounded by a professional big
ram hunter:
Harrison, ,51, publisher of the
sensational expose magazine con confidential,
fidential, confidential, rested in the hospital
here under sedatives during the
night. He was found in the moun mountains
tains mountains with a blonde nightclub sing singer,
er, singer, a bullet Wound in his left shoul-
' der. ' :- ;
- Kichard tteldy, 35, (the b i g
game hunter, told official Harrt Harrt-ii
ii Harrt-ii nt accidentally weunded
when Weldy dropped his gun dur
ing the argument ana n weni rai,
hontins Harrison in the Arm. Har
rison also was reported suffering
irom bruises. v
1 Weldy said the argument
res ever publication In Confi Confidential
dential Confidential of a racy articla about
1 Weldy's former wife, actress Pi Pi-"
" Pi-" lar Palttte, now the wife of act act-'or
'or act-'or John Waynt. Ha said singer
Gena Courtney, ones elaetad
''Miss Cheesecake," could con-
'firm hit itorv. '
Miss Courtney also was in the
hospital. Dr. Jose Soba, hospital
director, reported her exhausted
and on the verse of i nervous
hrealrrinwn.
! "Soba siad Harrison probably will
be sufficiently recovered to return
to the United States today. r
A 5,000-man search party that
included troofls, police and boy
scouts found Harrison and Miss
Courtnev at noon yesterday in
remote mountain area where they
had been stranded since the shoot shoot-ins.
ins. shoot-ins. .... !' ...s
'Weldy said tie had the fimt ar argument
gument argument with Harrison at the Hotel
Embaiaaor nerej iasi oaiuraay,
when he objected to the Confiden
tial article.- '' ; '-'" ' ' i-

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terview he travelled to tne jara jara-pacoa
pacoa jara-pacoa Mountains where he wanted
to hunt ferrets and explore me nv
its. -'- .' -v"
U Early Tuesday morning, while
roaming through the mountains,
he heard a shot which he first
thought was fired by Dominican
hunters, Weldy said. Then he ran
suddenly into Harrison, Miss
Courtney and a man. he believed
was A. P. Govoni, a member of
the Confidential staff. :.
Weldy said Harrison and he re resumed
sumed resumed the arugumcnt and that he
told Harrison: "You should not
have, published what you did a
bout Pilar."
Weather Or Not
This waathsr rtpoit, for the 24
hours anding I a.m. today, si pre pre-.
. pre-. pared by ths Meteorological and
Hydragraphic Branch of the Paa
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HIGH
5:16 a.m.
5:40. p.m.
LOW
11:25 a.m,
11:43 p.m
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In Mia midtt of the argument
Waldy said, the gun fall from his
hand and was fired, the bullot
hitting Harrison, "possibly in
Mia laft arm."

Miss Courtney witnessed1 the in
cident and can testify tnat tne gun
was fired accidentally, weldy said
According to the hunter, be left
the scene to summon help but
when he reached his car which he
had left parked on the highway he
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possibly Govoni found him in the
;..nj w.iViu .y
" Weld, insisted The w incapable

of killing any one, and said that : -on
his hunts he prefers to bring! -'. ,,,
Wi. -animal, hat aiiv Appropriately called "El Pica

Weldy said he had cabled
Wayne, telling him he had wound wounded
ed wounded Harrison and asking for help.
. Miss Courtney, 30-year-old wil
lowy blonde, is Known as a sopnis-
ucaiea ringing comeaienne ro rant-
mi Beach and Mew York night
club audiences. She has been a
friend of Harrison's for several
years and went to Ciudad Trujillo
a few weeks ago to sing at the
new El Embajador Hotel.
Harrison, using the old formula
of sex. scandal and "true confes
sion," has built Confidential into
a newstand giant selling 4V4 mil
lion copies every two months.
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Heart Attack
Kills Elizabeth's
Official Photog.
LONDON, Sept. 6 (UP) -Baron
Nahum, 49, official photographer
to Queen Elizabeth,' died yester
day after heart attack. He be
came a professional chotoeranh-
er after failing in school and busi
ness. : i-,
' He began the" career which
brought him fame and fortune with
a cheap camera bis mother gave
him.

Peace, Quiet Will Descend Over Homes
In Zone Tomorrow As School Starts

School days begin again Friday
morning for thousands of young
sters in the Canal Zone. ;
-Promptly at 9 a.m.,t he doors
of the elementary and secondary
schools oil both sides of the Isth
mus will open an! all pupils will
be registered and enrolled
Pupils in the first through sixth
grade will be assigned to the
grades and the classrooms t o
which they belong and will be dis-j
missed shortly afterwards. Kinder
sarten pupil who have not reJ
gistered previously will be enrolled)
at tnis time aiso. acnooi ouses
earryine elementary shool childreni
will wait at the school until re
eistration is completed.
Junior ana senior nign scnooi
students will report at their schools
at 9 a.m. They wi'l then be taken
through a skeleton class program
before being dismissed at 11:48
a.m.. i ,-T-.,ivvt.-rf. -l: fr -.-, I-
Although enrollment will take
place Friday, regular class work
in all grades from first tnrougn
Junior College will start at 8
o'clock Monday, morning. Kinder
garten pupils, however, will not
begin their regular class work
until Tuesday morning.
Although students wno are new
to the Canal Zone schools were
asked to register previous to tne
nnenine dav of school all are re
quested to appear Friday morning
British Soldier
Shot In Room Of
Cypriol Woman
NICOSIA. Cyprusl Sept. (UP)
A beautiful Greek Cypriot wom
an told a court yesterday that
three masked gunmen shot a Roy-
at Air Force sergeant to death in
her bedroom last July as he was
making love to her.
Kitsa Hadiieeoraieu. 25. testified
In the case of Sgt. Ernest Allen
who was shot by EOKA under under-eround
eround under-eround extremists July 17." Miss
Hadjigeorgieu was held as a poli
tical detainee as a result.
She testified that Allen had vis
ited her four times before the fate fateful
ful fateful afternoon and has asked her
to marry him.-
, Tho woman said that she and
Allen were in the bedroom. "As
we kissed, the door opened and
three masked men appeared."
She said the RAF sergeant fell to
the floor, fatally wounded, and the
gunmen fled.
Slide Buries IS;
II Feored Dead
SKOPUE, Yugoslavia, Sept. 6
(UP) A landslide near the vil
lage of Vatass buried 18 persons
today, and tonight police said 11
of them are feared dead. ',
. Rerports from Vatasa said sev
en persons were rescued alive
from the avalanche.
The landslide piled arth as
much as 300 feet deep over an a
rea of about 160 acres at the foot
of the mountains.

New Type Helicopter Begins Trip
To South America Via Panama

FORT WORTH, Tex.,' Sept -I
Harvey Gaylord, Bell Aircraft!
Corp. helicopter division vice pres
ident, announced that a new four-)
place model 47J demonstration hel
W Jf&
terday on the first leg of a 17,000-
aefril.t o' Central a n d
flr Plateado" (The Silver Hum-
mingbird), the recently-certificat
ed commercial model helicopter
will fly all the way and make at
lead 17 major demonstrations In
15 different countries. Demonstra
tions will be made in Manama our
ing its visit her Sept. 18 to 21.
The streamlined helicopter is
making the unique flying trip to'.
introduce the new utility helicon-
ter model to the beremuallv strone!
Latin American commercial heli
copter market and, at the same
time, Gaykrd explained, provide
a practical demonstration of the
Bell Model 47J's reUabiUty and
performance.
Piloted by Joseph Mashman, as
sistant director of contracts of the
division. "El Picaflor Plateado"
left the comnanv helinnrt at a
maximum cross weleht of 25&1
pounds. Besides carrying all of
the personal belongings of Mash Mashman
man Mashman and Bell service representa representative
tive representative Joseph Beebe, who will be a
passenger throughout the tour,
the Bell Model 47J is packed with
various kit.- and extra fuel.!
Although tho demonstration
craft is one of the first commer commercial
cial commercial production modal of the
now helicopter turned off tho as
for enrollment and class assign
ments,.
-
Advance figures Indicate that
the, Canal Zone school enroll enrollment
ment enrollment this year, oipacially la the
junior and senior high schools,
will show, an increase aver the
total enrollment for. the previous
,ytar.vA.:;:-:w-:'.' ..-
Predicitons are that a record
7,000 students or more will be
enrolled when the schnnla nnen
This figure includes kindergarten
and junior college enrollments,
A few changes in the teaching1
staff of the schools have been
hired in the United States and 26;
were employed locally.
Orientation meetings are being1
held for the Elementary school
teachers employed both locally
and in the United States. The first
was held last week for the locally
hired teachers and the second is
scheduled for Saturday for the
teachers from the States.
The list of the new secondary
school teachers and their assign
ments follows: Margaret Clayton,
Cristobal High School, physi c a 1
education: Max Ackerman. Balboa
llight School, English; Luis Fat-
torosi, Cristobal High School, Eng
gush and business: William Gar
ber. Cristobal Junior High School.
mathematics; James Hunt, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School, matitematcis and
English; James Kiskin, Balboa Jun
ior High School, Spanish; Milton
Poland, Balboa Junior High School
English: Loring White. Ba 1 b o a
Junior High School, Cngfish; and
James Hurine, Balboa High School
physical education
Three secondary school teachers
Ike Catches Self
Calling Archive:
Republican Library
WASBINQTON. Sept. (UP)
President Eisenhower, through
a slip of the tongue, today re
ferred to the Library of Cong Congress
ress Congress as "the Republican libra library.".
ry.". library.". 'J ,..vw .. ,..-..
Laughing heartily at his own
mistake, the Chief Executive
observed with s grin tnat he
doubtless would be accused of
trying to drag the library, into
politics. i
Vice President Richard M
Kixon once drew down Demo
cratic wrath by referring to
Earl Warren as a great Repub Republican
lican Republican chief justice. -A
reporter noted at the Pres.
Ment'f news conference that
Mr. Elsenhower last week had
quoted from a speech by wit
liam McKinley. The newsman
asked where the chief execu executive
tive executive had run across the speech,
Mr. Elsenhower said he had
read an illusion to the speech
in a book about the history- of
the Republican party. He said
he then sent to "the Republi Republican
can Republican library" for a copy of the
entire speech. r
He caught himself immedl
ately correcting it to Library

Congress. ..

sambly line, the only spare
parts to be taken on the trip are

extra sot of spark plugs, cooling
fan bait and a set of distributor
oints.
-After spending the first night in
Brownsville, Tex., the sleek heli
copter will fly to Mexico, Guate Guatemala,
mala, Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua,
Costa Rica, Panama Colombia, E E-cuardor,
cuardor, E-cuardor, Peru, Chile, Argentina,
Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil and
Venezuela, in that order, before re returning
turning returning tfi the United States in
November.
The exterior of the helicopter Is
painted silver. An outline map of
the Central and South American
tour, and the name "El Picaflor
Plateado"ppear in black on the
swept-back.
metal-covered tail-
ooom.
At each major demonstration
several of the Bell Model 47J's kits
are to be shown in use. These uti
lity installations adap in a mat
ter of minutes, the basic helicop
ter into a specialized aircraft cap
able of handling a variety of mis
sions, earning the nicknames
"quick change artist" and "Jack-1
of-all trades for the versatile
craft.
, One of the highlights of the Bell
47J tour will be the first flight of
a helicopter over the Andes which
separates Chile and Argentina. A.
Ogden Pierrot, Bell's helicopter
export director who precedes "El
Picaflor Plateado," will accompa accompany
ny accompany Mashman on the flight just 21
ft .
years aner nis ursv woes cross crossing
ing crossing in ,a two-place open : cockpit
airplane.
were hired locally. Their names
and assignements are: Mrs. Jean
Norden, Balboa High School, Span
ish and French; and Mrs. Mary
Rowan, Balboa High School, Latin
and English. ; :.
New teachers from- the United
States who will be assigned to
elementary grades include Betty
Thomas, Fort Kobbe, Grade There
Dora Hardy, Balboa Element a r y
School, Grade Two; Mary Bren
nan, Cristobal Elementary School,
Grade Four; Evelyn Home, Ancon
Elementary School, Grades Th
and Four; Sara Queen, Cristobal,
Grade Six: Earl Shanck. Crlsto
bal, Grade Five; and Marion Hoi
linsworth, Cristobal, Grade Three,
In addition, 23 other elementary
school teachers have been hired
locally.
Yellow Fever Shots
Receirthdcd By
CZ Health Bureau
The Canal Zone Health Bu Bureau
reau Bureau ha Issued a reminder to
employes on the advisability of
obtaining yellow lever immu immunization.
nization. immunization. The Health Bureau
issued a notice several months
ago urging all employes and
their families to obtain Im Immunization.
munization. Immunization. r f
- Yellow fever inoculations are
given every Wednesday morn morning
ing morning between 8 and 11:30 o'clock
at Oorgas Hospital, and from
2 until 4 o'clock on Friday aft
ernoons at Coco Solo Hospital
The inoculations are done at
the Outpatient Clinics, and a
nominal charge is made.
A large number l zone tesr
Idents reported for yellow lever
immunization after the an
nouncement was made last A A-prll
prll A-prll but the number has grad
ually declined since. Many
Zone residents were immuniz
ed during an Isthmus-wide
program in 1949. Yellow lever
inoculations are considered ef
fective for a period of six years
and those who were inoculated
n 1949 should be reimmunizeu,
health officials have announc
ed.
Two ilazi Generals
Accused 01 Murder
Oi Gernizn Soldiers
MUNICH, Germany, Sept. 6
(UP) Former Nazi Field Mar
shal Ferdinand Schoerner and his
aide, ex-Lt. Gen. Joachim v o n
Treskow, yesterday were charged
with manslaughter in the execu execution
tion execution of a German soldier during
the last retreat of the : Hitler ar armies
mies armies in 1945.
According to the c h a r f e s,
Schoerner, who was then com;
mander of all German troops in
Czechoslovakia, ordered the exe execution
cution execution of Pfc. Walter Arndt for
falling asleep at the wheel of his
ammunition truck. Treskow alleg allegedly
edly allegedly carried out the execution.

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SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 6 (UP)
Adlai E. Stevenson said today
that a Republican wrecking crew
in Congress will prevent Presi President
dent President Eisenhower from making good
his campaign pledges.
The Democratic presidential can
didate said there were some "forward-looking"
parts of "the speech
Mr. Eisenhower gave at the GOP
national convention here.
But he said in a speech prepar-

GOP -. Wrecki ng: ;

Jim Hagerty Admits Attack

On Stevenson Is ''Unfair'

WASHINGTON. Sept. 6 (UP)
White .. House news secretary
James C. Hagerty acknowledged
today that his attack on Adlal
E. Stevenson's attitude toward
unemployment was based on an
"unfair" misrepresentation of
Stevenson's remarks: ';
' But Hagerty refused to apolo
gize to the Democratic presiden presidential
tial presidential candidate. He said he is
standing firm on his general
charge that the Democrats are
trying to exploit the human
misery of unemployment "to win
a few -votes."
Hagerty took the position
that The New York Times net
him was responsible for cre creating
ating creating the erroneous impression
that Stevenson had described
unemployment as "good news."
President Eisenhower took a
hands-off attitude toward the
dispute. He told his news con conference
ference conference Hagerty was an intel intelligent,
ligent, intelligent, capable" aide 'who "has
done his job well." But the pres president
ident president twice refused to comment
on Democratic protests that
Hagerty had swung a political
low blow. ys.
The controversy began yester
day when Hagerty read aloud a
section from the Sunday Times.
It described a news conference
which Stevenson held in Chicago
Friday to report on his cross
country campaign swing. The
times aixuuuv oegau; t r
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' "'AH the new Is good he
Stevenson said. There was "se "serious
rious "serious unemployment' in north northern
ern northern New Mexico, Detroit and
southern Illinois..."
Hagerty said It seemed to. him
that "thig represents the cam
palgn of the Democratic party
they seem to welcome and look
for isolated Instances of misery
among the American people and
would rather have unemploy unemployment
ment unemployment for purely partisan reasons
to try to win a few votes."
Hagerty said today he Is not
withdrawing that charge. But
he said, in reply to a question,
that he "probably" would .not
have made the charge if he Bad
seen tne full text of Stevenson s
Chicago remarks beforehand.
The text showed that Steven'
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PANAMA, R. P, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1958

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Keep ing Pled g es Ad I a

ed for delivery to the Mentation
al Association of. Machinists that
"the record shows" that the same
Republican congressmen who
cheered the President s speech
"voted against those same things
in Congress.''
"The republican leaders are will
ing to let President Eisenhower o
aneaa ana ceiiver speeches," he
said, "but when they get down to
something important,, say like mak
son mentioned "serious unem
ploy men t" in certain areas dur
ing discussion of what he called
"our lopsided prosperity." Later
Stevenson said that "As to the
purely political aspects of our
trip, all tne news is good."
c ; The New York Times said In
a statement yesterday that its
account of Stevenson's remarks
was "unfair to Mr; Stevenson"
and was an "unfortunate in inversion"
version" inversion" of his statements.
The newspaper expressed its
"regrets." .- t
Hagerty told newsmen today
that "I agree with The New York
Times' statement.'
A reporter asked whether this
should be construed as an "anol-
ogy" to Stevenson.
No. said Haeertv. i stand
on the statement I made yester yesterday
day yesterday plus what I said today."
Anomer newsman tnen ouoted
back Hagerty's original remarks
about the Democrats seeking to
exploit "misery" and preferring
unemployment Did he mean to
momry or retract any part of
this charge?
Hagerty said he wasstandlnr
flrm on that ,
Arrangemenis For
Funeral 01 llixcn's
Father Cemsleied
LA HABRA. Calif... Sent. S fUP
The family of Frank Nixon, 77,
including Vice President Richard
If
Mineral arrangements for the elderi
Nixon who died Tuesday night.
4The- retired elder Nixon had
completed most of his own funeral1
arrangements last Saturday in a
conference with his former pastor,
Elder George Jenkins of the East
Whittier Friends Church t s
The services were scheduled for
2 p:m. Friday at the church, with
burial in th family plot at Rose
uuis cemetery. n
Expressions of sympathy to the
vice president poured ii following
the elder; Nixon's death, with
President and Mrs. Eisenhower
joining in the condolences.
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ing appointments to the National
Labor Relations Board,, they take
no chances." ,.
Stevenson said the Renublicans
Issue "election-year platitudes,"
whit that TtomrYsraraf rmAn wkat
we say and the record proves it"
"Every four years th Re Republican
publican Republican candidates talk like de democrats,'!
mocrats,'! democrats,'! he said. "I'm always
flattered. Thay borrow eur ideas,
but thay don't keep tham long
noush."
wuaM M4 aVUIWiHM IllVflU VTlltlL
Stevenson said that the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats in the 84th Congress drafted
legislation to allow disabled per
sons to get their social security
benefits earlier. He said Mr. Ei
senhower had pledged himself to
such legislation, but when the De
mocrats "took him at his word.
he "threw the -whole weight and
power' of the administration be
hind an effort to defeat them."
Stevenson said that 85 per cent
of the Democratic Senators voted
"for the interests off the disabled
workers," while 86 per cent the
Republicans voted against those in
terests. j-.,..- ,: v ..; ..
Yesterday Stevenson urged an
early end to the drafting of men
for military duty. ,
He told the national convention
of the American Legion the draft
should be ended "at the earliest
CrijI:baWl2rs2ri!a
Civic Ccirncil Meets
Tc:rrc;v I.:;!!
A special meeting of the Cristobal-Margarita
Civic Council is be
ing called for 7:30 n.m. tomnrrnw
It was announced today by Coun-
cu president t. ju. sellers.
The session is being held for the
purpose of determining the com
munis cesires in ( 1) changing
we councu s ny-iaws to provide
more Uniform voting procedure
and to set a date in December for!
the newly elected Council officers!
to take office; -and (2) reducing
the movie schedule at the Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal Theater.
Arrangements have been made
for representatives of the Supply,
and Employe Service Bureau to
be present tomorrow night to dis discuss
cuss discuss in detail the necessity for a
change in the theater operation
and to. work out'th most satis
factory solution.
Tomorrow nieht's meetine Is to'
be held on th sarnnH flnnr of th
Margarita Service Center and SeU
" S!? "U interested residents
.i.itri.,' io,
Panamanian, was fined $10 in Bal-
boa Magistrate's .Court to2ay for,
trespassing In Tivoli Commisary.
Juis Alberto Visuete, 37, Pana
manian, was fined $15 for intoxi intoxication.
cation. intoxication. A SE S

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Preven
possible moment consistent-with
the national security.". -.
His call for abolishing the draft
drew scattering applause from the
3,100 delegates to the 38th nation.
i convention although it directly
contradicted retiring National Com
mander J. Addington Wagner who
declared Tuesday that a compulso compulsory
ry compulsory military trainin
needed because the volunteer re
serve program ''has failed."
Stavensan was roundly booed
When he departed from his pre prepared
pared prepared text and castigated the
Republican party for "demago "demago-gie
gie "demago-gie partisanship which was dis displayed
played displayed in San Francisco, and
which w have bam hearing for
years." He was farced to pause
t this peift until the central
fco"g in th Shrin Auditorium
died down.
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' Stevenson said military experts
beheve armies of the future will
use mobile,, professional units
with atomic weapons. ; .Ju ,.
' "Already yit has become appar appar-ent
ent appar-ent that our most -urgent need is
to encourage trained men to re re-enhst
enhst re-enhst rather than to multiply the
number of partly trained men as
W,re currtly doing,", he said.
' w5,.fM "ow nticipate the
possibility hopefully but respon-Jibly-that
within, the foresseible
future we can maintain the mil military
itary military forces w need without tli
draft, -' ...
Stevenson addea that he hoped
both parties "will reject resolute-
wyithli?iS. P,ayin8 PliticS
with barbs at the Republicans for
having twisted and tortured" the
la.ClS b4in8 P "Peace" as
part U their campaign slogan
-peace, prosperity and progress. t
11 US f hrinis Drcv;n
As Oced CtrrcnSs
toep Th:m To Sea
NAHA.? Dkin
Eleven u.s. Marines who went
swimming in annarpntw
, r. -.j -nn wa
ter were drowned yesterday when
caught .np by .freak ocean cur currents,
rents, currents, Marine headquarters an announced
nounced announced today." j
"7,ve er
Twelve other Marines were sav-
.Y"'.cr "len in tne area
cailSesctue
In field prTblemr throh
day, entered the water to cool
off. They had been given instruc instructions
tions instructions a few moments before by
their company commander on
safety precautions.
But a freak current hit them and
swept them out to sea.
Brig. Gen, Victor H. Krulalr.
Commanding General of the Third
Marine Division, ordered an exten extensive
sive extensive land, sea and air tarh n
Jtvmciiii uiniiifn nil, ha
uue fuissing men. :
All available Mariri aircraft
were sent into the air to search
the sea within five miles of
shore. Foot patrols searched
th
th
shoreline and boats cruised
shore looking for victims.
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