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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Maine
PORTLANli, Me.. Sept 11--
, (UP) Democrats retained tne
."governorship and won one and
possibly two of the three con
gressional seats in this tradl
. tlonally Republican state in the
nations rlrst election tnis year
unofficial returns showed today.
Gov. Edmund S. Muskle, first
Democratic governor in Maine In
' 21) year, "won a second term yes yes-t)fday
t)fday yes-t)fday by overwhelmlnsly de-
Jfatinsr Republican Willis A.
Trafton Jr., : speajcer of the
Maine House of Representatives,
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Muskle, 42-yearold .' lawyer,
' became the second Democrat to
be re-elected eovernor since the
civil war. Muskle captured near-
" ly -60 per cent and Trafton 40
!pef ,cent of the total 304468
votes cast for governor, j:.
A recount was certain In the
. first congressional district where
James O. Oliver. Democrat, ap apparently
parently apparently beat Republican incum incumbent.
bent. incumbent. Robert Hale. The United
Press tally showed Oliver, a for former
mer former Republican, beat Hale by
only 90 votes out of a total, of
115,000 votes. t
t e .. !,;.''.: i4.,' i .' t
. Hale, declined to concede and.
said a recount was "certain."
With cemplef but unofficial rs
' turni in th firtt diitrict, Olivt
tpollW S7.7JI t. H.U't 57 648.
With -624 of 630. precincts re-
porting la the statewide -ballot-
V in?, Uov. Muskie had 180,533
votes to 123,835 lor xraiton.
Drmocratic : state chairman
Frank'; M." Coffin,- of I.';tnn,

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Seat As

ca, inr. -:.e '"2nd 'Disirl- Con Con-.
. Con-. prfss.ui,. 1 si at being vacated by
retiring Rep, Charles' F. Nelson
of Aurusta; by defeating State
Sen. James t. Reed,, ol Hajlo
1 well-55,631 to 48.682. ,.
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TS nlr tp Rtpublicint H uU
, vfl "ft" wit Jncumbanr Oil
foni P. :Mclntyrt, of Prasqu lilt,
wtit troanctJ hi fallow towmman,
; Dtinocral' Ktnnttk B. Colbatn-
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' Muskie's 180,533 votes was the
greatest number ever cast for a
'Maine gubernatorial candidate,
exceeding the previous high of
173,716 received by Republican
Lewis O. Barrows in 1936.
' Gov. Muskie's 58,98 vote mar mar-,.'
,.' mar-,.' gin over M. Trafton was more
;than double, his 22.375 margin
over then-Gov. Burton Cross in
1954. r,''i-
JimmyrAngelStill
On Serious List
. Aviation pioneer Jimmy An Angel,
gel, Angel, who suffered a stroke last
June after a heart attack, is
: still confined to Oorgas Hospl Hospl-:
: Hospl-: tal where he continues to be
on the seriously 111 list.
- The veteran pilot is uncon unconscious,
scious, unconscious, and his condition has
changed little since hl admis admission
sion admission to the hospital j
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ATLANTIC SIDE TEACHERS Eight of the n ew Canal Zone Echbol teachers, who were em employed
ployed employed in the United States this year, will teach in Zone schools on the Atlantic side. Above
from left to risK are (ont row) Marian I. ,H olllnpsworth, Mary Phyllis Brennan, Margaret
J. Clayton.; Second iow are James P. Hunt, Louis J. Fattorosl, Earl C. Eharick, WiUiam C.
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Primaries Bring Out
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Voters In Eight States

CHICAGO, Sept. 11 (UP) Vot- A lack of major contests was ex ex-ers
ers ex-ers in eight states cast ballots to- pected to result in a light turnout

day in primary elections which1
spotlighted several pivotal United
Mates benate races.
Primaries were held in Ver Vermont)
mont) Vermont) New Hampshire, Wiscon
sin, Minnesota, Colorado, Washing
ton, Arizona and Utah.
In Wisconsin, veteran Sen. Alex
ander Wiley sought renomination
for a fourth time. But the 72-year-
old supporter of President Eisen
bower's foreign policy was denied
the state GOP's endorsement and
financial backing which went to
his opponent. Rep. Glenn Davis
Third man in the battle was How
ard Doyle, a Milwaukee attor
The Democrats also had a U.S.
senate contest between stale Sen.
Henry Maier and Elliot Walstead.
A light vote was anticipated be
cause of lack of contests to fire
voters, whe also have remained a a-pathetic
pathetic a-pathetic to the senatorial races.
- A Democratic candidate te fill
the' Senate taat eeing vacated
by Republican Sari. Eugtnt D.
Millikin highlighted the Colore-
do Primary. Former Secretary
ef agriculture Charlts F. Fran Fran-nan,
nan, Fran-nan, t S3, a"H E-Con'""mit
Jo' "i A. Ct !, ij, ji j,,t i ,i ,i-im
im ,i-im i t oppose formnr Gov.
Dan Thornton, unoppoifd COP
candidate In the November e e-lectien.
lectien. e-lectien. ....
In Washington, spirited euberna-
torial races .were expected.
Ihe GOP senatorial nomination
was sought by Ross F. Jones, for
mer state Attorney General, and
Phoenix attorney Albert H. Mac-i
Kenzie. : ....
In New Hampshire,
incumDent
nrn i-.. 1 i : 11 j
wr uut, uiue uwuieu mrea 00
position from two menAttorney
Welsy Powell and farmer Elmer
A4 uuMcj. wviiu' ouaw, ueieaiea
oy juwmeu iwo years ago, was un
opposed on the Democratic ballo
in,5,c,im. ,
Sen. Norny Cotton had only t;"
en opposition for renomination
year irora larmer ana real estate
man riuaeJU iriuoir.
Gov. J. Braken Lee, a critic
ef the titanhower edminiitraion,
bid today for a fourth straight
guvarnatorial nomination in U
tab's COP primary. If Lee should
win he would continue hit fight
for an, unprecendented t h I r e)
term at governor in the general
election.. .-. . ; ...
Lee, a foe of foreign aid, was
opposed by .newcomer George D.
Clyde, a western reclamation fig figure
ure figure backed by Sen. Arthur V.
Watkins. Sen. Welkins entered the
battle because of "felt it necessa
ry': to defend the Eisenhower at) at)-ministration.
ministration. at)-ministration. ; .-, t
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Win
of voters for the Minnesota pnma-
ry
Gev. Orville Freeman and hi
administration had little Intra Intra-party
party Intra-party eppoiition end were ax ax-pacted
pacted ax-pacted to win eaiily on the Dam-ecratic-Farmer
Labor ticket.
Front runner, en' the COP ballet
was former Lieutenant Govei
nor and REA administrator An Anchor
chor Anchor Nelien.
Another light turnout of voters
was expected in Vermont where
GOP Gov. Joseph B. Johnson was
unopposed for nomination to a sec
ond term. Tne state s only con
gressman, 'Rep. Winston, L. Frou-
ty, also was unopposed.
Sen, George D. Aiken, a Reoub
lican, had no opposition for reno
mination to a third full term.
VLI waij IriMJ
To Cn.! J Rcnicr.w
Fcr II. G:;:;::r v
2ldr aff now brtn?. ol!fcJ"fort
tve conr'ir.u.i t f ai t ..oia res
lucnce for the Lieutenant Gover
nor of the Canal Zone
Architects plans lor the new
house were completed recently by
Roberts and Company Associates.
an engineering and architectural
firm in Atlanta, Ga. They provide
for the construction of a one-story
three-bedroom masonry bouse
with a larM living room rilninff
room fauns on a ooen natio.
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' The new official ouartert wilt he
j located on Heights Road, on a site!
at one ume occupiea oy quaners
assigned to the Chief Health Offl
cer. These quarters were demolish-
1 n on, imo ana occupiea oy quar-
hers assigned to the Chief Health
Officer. These quarters were de-
nnlished several years ago.
Otticial quarters formerly as assigned
signed assigned to the Lieutenant Governor
were located on Heights Rosd di
rectly back' of the G o v e r n o r's
House, This building was a large
frame building which was moved
from Culebra. It was demolished
about two years ago and the Lieu
tenant Governor Has since occu
pied bouse on Quarry Road.
lids for ihe construction of the
new house 'will be opened Seot.
24 in the Administration Building
at -Balboa Heights. The quarters
arc to be completed within eight
months.

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MAIN IN BLUE Policeman A S. Zon of the Balboa District,
pauses outside the station to give a photographer a, picture
showing-how all -Canal Zone police may dress soon. Zon-Is
modeling a fabardins suit of wash-nd-dry material In con contrasting
trasting contrasting shade of blue. Jh bleeps r atch at the sho'ilder h
"also a hew possibility for Jh Zone's iinest,.'along- with the.
service stars on the lowe arm. Zon, with 15 years service,
has .three stars; Another somewhat different uniform is being
tried out on the Atlantic side. t .. v

Colombia Boosts Pan Am

Hi
Receipt yesterday bv the Da
irien Subcommittee for the Pan
American Highway of a check
for. $30,000 from Colombia
brought the unit's: total funds to
$72,000.-- v-,
The check, was presented by
Colombian Ambassador Raul H.
Barrios at a meeting at the sub subcommittee's
committee's subcommittee's office In the Bella
Vista Theater Building in Panama."-"..
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It represents Colombia's share
of the initial costs for explora explorations,
tions, explorations, surveys and collection of
data on the Darien region of
Panama and the adjacent terri territory
tory territory in Colombia. ; i
Representaitlves of three coun countries,
tries, countries, the United States, Pana Panama
ma Panama and Colombia compose the
subcommittee. f
Engineer E. P: Marshall, the
UJS. representative, was present
yesterday. He said he was con confident
fident confident that with the funds
pledged by the participating
governments and the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of a US. Army team now
making surveyg in the Darien it
will be possible to lay but a com complete
plete complete and workable plan for
putting through this last big
link In the proposed interconti intercontinental
nental intercontinental highway, ; A
Because of technical limita limitations
tions limitations In securing Congression Congressional
al Congressional appropriations for an ad?,
vance fund ef this nature, the
United States has contributed
no direct funds te the com committee.
mittee. committee. But it has assisted-n
many ways, including such
technical services as mapping.
For many weeks, a rotating
platoon of the Army's SOihiln-
f antry reconnalsance troops has
peen making a puot survey
throueh some of th most diffi
cult jungle terrain in the central
Isthmus. -. -.
Beside the Colombian check
for $30,000, other countries
which have put up cash for the
advance studies In the Darien
are: ..
Panama, which contributed
$30,000.
Mexico and Venezuela, wrncn
eave S3.000 each.
Peru, which sent a check ior
$2,000, and -.
Haiu. the Dominican Repuo-
lic and Nicaragua, which con contributed
tributed contributed $1,000 each. - "'
The International Association
of Automobile clubs put up the
additional $1,000 of the $72,000
total. - .-- ', '!. .'
In presenting the check yes yesterday
terday yesterday to Engineer Tomas -Guardla,
Panama's representa representative
tive representative en the subcommittee, Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Barrios expressed
Colombia's determination te

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To $72,000
get the Darea link built with
"the rreatest possible speed."
' His son, Tomas Guardla, Jr.,
in cnarge of the technical sur surveys,
veys, surveys, nevealed that he and Jorge
Garcia Tehez or Colombia with
Ramiro Valero A. of Mexico are
leaving shortly for an additional
inspection trip of the high areas
dividing Panama from the Cho Cho-co
co Cho-co region of Colombia.
. While nothing is finally de decided,
cided, decided, he said, the committee is
pretty sure the general route it
will recommend, will He almost
down the geographical center of
the Darien Isthmus, but defi definitely
nitely definitely along the Pacific slopes
of the mountains forming the
continental divide. r
This will mean solid ground to
work: on, instead of marshes,
and will requlse fewer and
shorter bridgesthan alternate
routes near either coastline.
At the Colombian border the
great Atrato River .basin pre
sents a tremendous problem.'
Thoueh the distance is short
er to a good road already built
in Colombia to the port of Tur
bo, on the Caribbean, tne river
delta presents a formidable bar
rier. .;!.;?.;; v." .,.'''',' i
On the other hand if the
route chosen is one closer to the
Pacific Coast of Colombia, the
mileage will be longer and the
road will have to be built for a
considerable distance -through
undeveloped territory before
joinincr Colombia's present mod
ern road system in the area of
the city of Cartago.
The report or the Darien suD
committee will be presented to
the next Pan American Highway
Congres which is scheduled to
meet In Panama next August.
Theft Of Blanket
Causes African
Tribal Battle
JOHANNESBURG, South Afri
ca, Sept. 11 (UP) One-thousand
tribesmen fought a pitch pitched
ed pitched battle in the suburb of New New-clar
clar New-clar last night with guns, bat-
tleaxes, knives, clubs and stones.
ponce saia iwo persons -were
killed and at' least 30 wounded
In the melee. :
The fight started when-. a
member of one tribe stole a
blanket from a member of an
other, police said.
The rioters stormed a police
car. Authorities said they repel repelled
led repelled the mob with bursts from
sten guns and revolvers.

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id Bafcil Suez

LONDON, Sept. 11 (UfBritain ond France agreed
today to use force against any interference with the op operations
erations operations of the Suez Canal.
t A meeting of almost equal import took place in Pa Paris
ris Paris today. Directors of the old Suez Canal Company met
to decide whether to withdraw Eurooedn oilers from the

Canal and force Egypt to a showdowrt. Such a move might
close the Canal. A company spokesman said an announce announcement
ment announcement might be made this evenina.

The Anglo-French communique $ald the purpose of
the Eden-Mollet conferences was "to consider the situa situation
tion situation arising from the refusal of President Nasser to aaree

to negotiations' on the basis

powers on the tuture regulations of the Sue$ Canal."
In Cairo today, Nasser said he was "preparing for the

. The Egyptian President, whose'
tenure of the canal touched off
the- crisis, said he it prepared to
go to war to defend the canal
Earlier reports from Cairo told

icuna uuiu vauu mm ujr BUtn line! lerenC tnO any aC- woi sen- ' ,. - -:- tr
of the cor. pfete mobilization of all tion incompatible with Justice and Although he Is kept as well In Inarmed
armed Inarmed forces, .Including national; respect for, (international) obliaa- fwme of International devel-

p).riwnana;-"i.
nils.. '. -,, .5- r.-'-r-r-
' The Irab League Callad. en
its member nation te stand by
for Sn urgent meeting te a up up-port
port up-port Egypt if Britain and Franca
.move against herr-v---V-'
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scUon was .manifest In a formal
enmmimlmi taauM-.toHav- f t er

eieht hours of talks between thelBei'.i!laMr' t0 negotiate on this

leaders of the two nations.
The communique announced
n..t vj.. M-ir.t ,..k
"full nn-MMinf nn "t u r t h e r
measures" to be taken now tha
Egypt has rejected the Dulles plai
for international control of the vi
tal 101-mile waterway. ; j-
: The communique1 did net dis disclose
close disclose thete "further measures."
The firtt move egread upon by
Eden and Mollot it expected re
be announced tomorrow whe a
Vcnun Locks Self
In flclriera!cr ;
To Ccmmif Suicide
PITTSBURGH. Sept. U (UP)
A sllahtlv-bullt woman appar
ently took her own We yester yesterday
day yesterday by emptying out a refriger refrigerator
ator refrigerator and then locking herself
inside.':-- r .; '
The .body of Mrs. Emma Rob Robinson.
inson. Robinson. 52, of WUkinsburg, was
found by a marriedf daughter
who had gone to thef KODinson
home for lunch. : i
"I didn't want to look in the
refrigerator," Mrs. Emily Heidish
told police. "I knew I had to. I
opened the door and then ran
Into the h all screaming."
Mrs. Robinson had been ill re recently
cently recently and war under the care
of a physician, according to her
husband, Fred. r :
Officers said the victim was 5
feet; 3-lnches tall and weighed
120 pounds. Her body was found
inside the refrigerator clad only
In white pajamas. Outside lay' a
pair or bane; bedroom suppers
No note was found.
Food and trays that had been
In the refrigerator were stacked
neatly on a nearby kitchen table.
The box current was turned off.
Coroner's deputies reported
death was caused by asphyxia asphyxiation
tion asphyxiation V-iv'' r.-" $-ti-r?-i .'
'Even Kitchen Sink'
Token By Thieves ;
Pacific' side thieves "took even
the kitchen sink" while raiding
a House in the .Canal Zone.
But making off with it was
apparently difficult? 1
Canal Zone police recovered
the white porcelain sink, with
drainbuard attached, abandoned
but neatly wrapped in old co copies'
pies' copies' of The Panama American.
It made an awkward looking
parcel when brought into the
station.
"Kind of like wrapping up a
horse," one police officer ob

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CVOSILI

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of the proposals of the 18
the Haute ef Comment spent an
emereanev Sua htm
; Eden and Mpllet pledged to "re
aist by all appropriate means' a
ny such interference and "any ac
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li was a' blunt arnine"ttf Nas
.a- tU., T-A i ...I
.iui nines ma finiam win
act swuuy against, mistreatment
of their nationals in Egypt as well
as against any attempt to upset
the normal operations of the cs-
aai.
iu.' ,mSteS,irt i'ih"!
?! "! f President (Gamall
"!IM',e W Pn) created a
ZX: Z m com
munique stated. si
- The ducussed the f u r t h e r
measured to be taken and reaeh-l
ea- tuir agreement on them." v
Neater today reaffirmed his
determination not to surrender
exclutive control of the vital 101-
weterway. .-. - ., x,
In an interview, with a Creek
newspaper, Nasser said that if
war u necessary to defend his sei
sure of the canal "then we a r e
prepared to undertake 1 1 s de-
iense." -
Britain and France have' said.
mey might resort to force "as a
last resort" if canal traffic Is!
oiocsea or tne lives of .their na
tionals in Egypt are endangered.
Both have been buildina ud mili
tary forces in the eastern mediteri
ranean.
The Anglo-French communique
was issued after a three hour and
20 minute conference between ; E
den and Mollet and their kev min
isters at 10 Downing Ssteet, Last
night, the British and French lead
era conferred for five hours.
Australian Prime Minister Rob
ert G. Menzies, who returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from his ill-fated mission
to, Cairo, joined Eden as soon st
the French delegation left the
Prime Minister s residence today,
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DR. WHITE IN MOSCOW Dr. Paul Dudley White, the Bos Boston
ton Boston heart soecjallst who treated President Eisenhower, exa examines
mines examines a patient at the, therapeutic clinic of Moscow's First
Medical School. Visiting Russia with five other American
doctors for a nine-day study of medical practices. Dr. White
has issued an invitation to four leading Russian doctors to
visit the UJS.-"to study and work with us."

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Ike Keeps
Close Watch
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Oh Crisis V
WASHINGTON. Sept. 11 OTP)'
t- President Elsenhower today
closely watched developments In
the tense Sues crisis. v-
Secretarv of State John Foster
Dulles awaited a first-hand re
port on the collapse of the Cai Cairo
ro Cairo talks from deputy Undersec
retary of State Loy W. Hender Henderson.
son. Henderson. Henderson flew home from
Cairo, stopping In London only
long enough to change planes.
white House news secretary
James C. Hagerty said Mr. Ei
senhower was keeping constant constantly
ly constantly in touch with Dulles on the
crisis. -
The President was certain to
face questions on the canal this
afternoon at his weekly newa
conference.
He moved the news confer conference
ence conference up a day because it con conflicted
flicted conflicted with the formal opening
tomorrow of hla. campaign for
reelection. u
The President tomorrow will
entertain nearly 500 Republican
leaders, from throughout the
nation at his Gettysburg, Pa,
farm. ... n
i He planned to' fly to Gettys Gettysburg
burg Gettysburg in the morning In his small
Aero Commander plane .and was
expected to remain at his farm
until Sunday. is. .
However, he will be Teady t
rush back to the capital imme immediately
diately immediately if the Suez crisis should
oDinents.-ai rila.f.u --wr r-4-t
- the White. House, he wmild be
better able to take part in kt
portant face-to-face conference.!
in the capital. i
The President planned to turn
his attention late this afternoon
toward peace.v He summoned
some of his topNadvisers to tha
White House for a special con
ference on disarmament propo proposals.
sals. proposals. .. t ;
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Balboa MUkIs
OnTwoclkLbYO
A$ Reserve Officer
For the next two weeks, dur
ing the absence of the Balboa
Magistrate from the bench,
court will be convened In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa only on Mondays, Wednes Wednesdays
days Wednesdays tnd Fridays.
A rsserve Army officer, ludge
John E. Deming is now oftac oftac-tive
tive oftac-tive duty as Lt. Col Deming of
the office of the Judge Advo Advocate
cate Advocate at Ft.' Amador. Z.
During the absence of Judge
Deming, Judge E. I. P. Tatel Tatel-man.
man. Tatel-man. Magistrate of the .Cris .Cristobal
tobal .Cristobal Court, will handle both
jurisd'cilohs. ? f
Court will be held in Cristobal
6n Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Lose A Bikei
A boy's bicycle found near
Balboa School is awaiting' the
youngster who goes te the'po the'po-lice
lice the'po-lice tt-itlon and describes his
property.

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COMMISSARY VIOLATIONS

Kir:

Aa regards your recent article 'Stiff Penalties Handed out
for- Commissary violations' several very Important facts nave
beta omitted. '..:'
lOttnted that commissary trespass and Illegal entry con con-Mtute
Mtute con-Mtute an infraction or a law and should be punished. But It
wojuW be Interestlnf to know how many of the contraband
control Inspectors hare purchased goods from the various com commissaries
missaries commissaries for their friends In Panama. It also would also be
interesting If one could find one American in the Zone who
baft not at one time or another, or even on a steady basis, pur pur-chased
chased pur-chased foods una other merchandise for his neighbors in the
Republic Americans being a-very sociable race dont parti particularly
cularly particularly care about cpntraband laws, they break them everyday.
Qranted .also there is a misuse of purchasing at the vari vari-ou
ou vari-ou commissaries, possibly for resale in the Republic at a prof profit,
it, profit, nevertheless the 'odds are more for the friendly and good goodwill
will goodwill efforts of many Americans who understand, or are trying
tojthe plight of many Panamanians who haven't been given
the opportunity to us their money to the best advantage for
themselves ana their families, j The Republic has made certain
that the merchants make a profit at the disadvantage of the
workers.;-'! -;.,...,
' Now' at the beginning of the new treaty certain people are
suddenly oecomlng alert to. the gross injustice done the Pan Panamanians.
amanians. Panamanians. Panama, not the United States, has taken away
their privileges; a few thousand will be out of work alter the
first of the year; equal pay to: equal work is a thing for the
future, although the VS. tried as far back as 15 years ago to
give Panama equality on a wage basis. The United States Is
not perfect but I do believe the hava tried harder than Pan Panama
ama Panama has for equal justice and welfare for the citizens of Pan Pan-anja.
anja. Pan-anja.
T la In, mnr.-V.ant, TnaVm a rtrnftf hilt. whV

rob the poor to do so.Why cannot an adjustment, be made so J
thf hnth oTincn. and nanamantanx feel free to shoo in Pan-1

ama, and not feel they have been cheated? A nation which
reels secure in their purchasing power, and knows that their
own government js behind them, will go far to better them themselves
selves themselves and thtir own government They will have a secure
Incentive to help themselves and build their country into some something
thing something which' it noteworthy and progressive. v
t Sincerely,
; - M. R. Crewe.

UNITED FUND CAMPAIGN

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, The United States Army Caribbean has initiated a one-time
campaign to raise funds lor charitable and welfare activities.
' This is an excellent idea you give once Instead of a half
dozen times a year, -.;., ..-.,.,
The Army is askicg for a, contribution of one day's pay
from every mOitarr and civilian employe. In fact, they have
even worked cv. the details of this program to the extent of
publishing a schedule showing "expected" contribution for each
militaryvand civilian employe by their respective rank and
grade.
The inconceivable part of this schedulers the inequality
of expected, contributors between military and civilians. For
example, a OS-4 clerk is expected to contribute the identical
amount that is asked of a major. Is that fair? Maybe the
major is underpaid, but not to that extentl
Could It be that the schedule of contributions for the
military has been developed bared on net pay exclusive of all
allowances divided by a 3Q-day working month; whereas, the
one-day's pay of the civilian" is based on gross pay divided by
the usual 21 working days per month.
1 The military are the principal beneficiaries of this pro program.
gram. program. Therefore, I believe that a more equitable schedule
should be developed lf the Arn.jf expects to obtain' the full
cooperation of Jts civilian employe! ;
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WASHINGTON (NEA) The
uddea rump movement to make
T. Coleman Andrews, president of

the United States is like nouuns

before in U.S. do hues,

It hunt much chance, but it's

fun.

Andrews is a life-long Virginia
Democrat who helped carry bis
state for Eisenhower in 1952. As

a reward, Ike made him his first

commissioner of internal revenue.

He quit this job nearly a year
ago to become chairman of

American Fidelity k Casualty
Co., a big Richmond insurance

company specializing in truck and
bus coverage.

Here of late Andrews has been

making a few speeches to the ef

fect that the federal income lax

laws ought to be repealed. Thou
sands cheered.

Andrews says he didn't make

these speeches just to get nomi nominated
nated nominated for president But as soon

as ne made tnera. people from au

over began to write, phone and

telegraph him that he ought to be
president.!:-.

First to nominate him was the

Constitution Party of America

which held its convention in Fort
Worth.' It nominated Andrews for
president without his knowledge

or consent

Hard on the heels of this the
"For America" group headed

by formeer Dean Clarence Man-

ion of Notre Dame Law school
and Dan Smoot of Texas met
in Chicago with their 36 directors
arid decided to back the Andrews-

Werdel ticket,

These two groups together with
a Stttes Rights movement headed

by John Barr of Louisiana and
several other splinter parties in

the South will meet in Memphis,

September 14-17 in an effort to

consolidate their several organ!
zatloit drives.

Dean Manion will be keynoter
at this conference. Its organizers

insist that it is not a convention.
But the platform or resolutions

that they adopt are expected to

endorse such- things as states
rights, repeal of the federal in

come tax, ending of all foreign

am ana repeal ox peace-time mil military
itary military conscription, s ; f i r

All this has happened so fast

mat Andrews aoesn t quite know
what to do about it. He is ton
between what he feels may be a

compelling public, duty land his
duty to his Job. :.- -r.v

He has been head of A. F. & C.

less than a year. His directors

'SchooliBuses Will. Take Them Right . ..Here"

I r it

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Walter Wincldl In Men Yor

a

strive for the peaks of golden

mountains. Ingrid was whipped

by cold winds at the pinnacle
The ordeal she endured (and her
unconquerable spirit) is exempli exemplified
fied exemplified by her candid confession in

Red book: "All right. I bad sr baby

before I was married. It's too
bad, but there it is. And if two
people love one another and
marry, and if they have a happy
family, isn't that what counts? .

don't want to give him leave of For the past six years, other peo-

Ingrid Bergman discovered the

Devil In Paradise. Strangely, a
combination of fame, beauty, tal talent
ent talent and love resulted in profound

personal agony. As many whbLreflect ber sunny spirit She once

major crime is committed in the
U.S. every 14 seconds.

The First Lady's sky-blue eyes

absence to campaign or break bis
contract. So he can't run as an

aqttve candidate. But be doesn't
want to repudiate the people who
want to run hint for president.

This situation la satisfactory to

them.

Andrews Jias never run for pub public
lic public office. He feels that there are
others like' Virginia's Sen. Har

ry Byrd better., qualified to

neaa up this movement. What
they are trying to do, he believes,
is essential to the welfare of the
U.S. k,.,.-y. ...
The campaign which these

groups hope to- wage is one of

getting independent presidential
electors on the ballots in as many
states as .possible.
They feel sure thev can rfn thi

in eight, southern states Vir

ginia, south Carolina, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee.

Arkansas and Texas. The three
southern states where they 'wont

uyc cieciurs are iieorgia nor
ida and North Carolina.

In the North, the prospects are
less bright They feel fairly sure

uiey win nsve independent elec

Nebraska, Colorado, Jowa and

wyommg.

Gen. Bonner Fellers, ''For
America" national itinvinr ui

I -. HIIU

I Herbert Mack, at campaign di-

recior, say mey suu have a
chance in New York, Delaware,
Rhode ; Island,' Maryland,' Ken Kentucky.
tucky. Kentucky. Wisconsin. Utah tut Knrth

Dakota.' The movement failed to

put electors on the ballot in Mas Massachusetts,
sachusetts, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, 'Illinois,
Oregon and California.
There will be no-effort to elect
congressmen under the Constitu.

tion, States Rights, or .Conserva .Conservative
tive .Conservative party labels. The main thing
they want to do is run up a pro protest
test protest vote on the things they're

gainsi in me presidential race.
German Youth
Confesses Killing
Fqther, Stepmothei

lwULiwuj&tiA la, u e r m a a y.
Sept 11 (UP) Horst Kronberg;
19, confessed he killed his dentist

tamer and stepmother with

hammer Friday night and stole

tneir car, authorities reported to today.
day. today. Police said he apparently re resented
sented resented not receiving more spend

ing money irom ms lamer.

Die have constantly been slander

uig me. passing judgment, without

knowing anything of 7 my lifefJ

ine,y ve nun mc; nuri me oaaiy.
But they can't set." me down.
Someday I'll be judged by Some Somebody
body Somebody who knows better." ? '
As we colyum'd six years' ago:
"All of us should have compas

sion for sinners since none of us

are saints." (More anon!!! I)

Crime is a terrible opiate. Al

though Johnny Dlo had enough

legit interests to exist in rajah
style, he preferred the excitement
of .swiping a buck to the satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction of earning an honest dollar.-
In common with other mob

ster "brains" of the past, Johnny

never learned the meaning of
three simple words: Crime doesn't

pay. . --
Nabbing criminals in dum-de-umdum
style is strictly fiction.
Police work demands painstaking
effort as demonstrated by the
Riesel and Weinberger cases. Nu Numerous
merous Numerous G-men toiled hundreds of
hours before unearthing clues
which cracked the crimes. The
following indicates the FBI's
thorough methods: The kidnaping
of 10-year-old Charles Mattson (in
ifl36i has never been solved. The

FBI has interrogated over 20,000

misnect and the u-men are suu

working on h. ine jonn cugnri

Hoovers never surrender.

This shockinc statistic explains

whv law-enforcers are busy; A

attended a ceremony honoring
General George C. Marshall. A

speaker heaped tribute on tribute
building a small pyramid of su superlativesthen
perlativesthen superlativesthen concluded: "And
now, all the General wants to do
is retire to his Leesburg home
with Mrs. Eisenhower." The audi audience
ence audience howled and Mamie joined in
the laughter. The- flustered
speaker then turned and offered
his apologies "to the General."
Whereupon Mamie twinkled:
"WHICH General?!?" v

n 'Vu.... ..i

Eve front-paee news." More impor

tant, his scierttifie approach gave
a loud, clear Voice to a subject
which has generally" been trans
mltted in whispers. He debunked
the fear and ignorance which the
prim often mistake for purity.
Ironically, Kinsey created a world worldwide
wide worldwide sensation by striving to avoid
sensationalism. He was a dedi dedicated
cated dedicated scientist until the end .
While composing bis volume about
Eve, Dr. Kinsey requested an in interview
terview interview with Tallulah Bankhead,
an Authority On The Subject. He
planned to question her about her
sex habits. "I'll answer your
questions," Miss Bankhead bar bargained,
gained, bargained, "if I can ask you the
same questions you ask me." Un Unfortunately,
fortunately, Unfortunately, for scientific research.
Dr. Kinsey abandoned the inter interview,
view, interview, Kinsey devoted so much time
to his project, Mrs. Kinsey once
quipped: "I hardly see him 'at
night any more since he took up
sex."- j
Among the happier recent tjd tjd-ings
ings tjd-ings is the news that Pinza will
sing again. Beautiful sounds never
had a better friend than Emtio.
Oddly, Pinza lacks a musical edu education.
cation. education. He can barely read music.
He learns a new song with an ad-

compamst note by note.

yarns concerns the time he was

giving a concert. He was discon

certed by a boy in the from row
wiggling his foot-Mr. Basso ad addressed
dressed addressed the youngster: "little
boy, please stop to waggle your

foot it interfere witn my tempo.','

' The following may astound some

of you and make others wish they
could brideymurphy 120 years:
The hoop-la and blah-blah of mod modern
ern modern presidential campaigns was
unknown during the first 44 years

of this nation's life, During that

period, political campaigning was

"considered beneath the dignity of

White House aspirants. Of course,

there was considerable' backstage

maneuvering, by presidential nope nope-fula
fula nope-fula and much public to-doodle by

friends., and. supporters'1. The
modern three-ring style of cam cam-naieins:
naieins: cam-naieins: sprouted ; during the1

Harrison-Van Buren tussle in 1840.
And thus, that historic date made
possible one of teevee's longest
(and dullest) shows, I h n 4

Of course, the circut win never
die, so long as-there is -politics. I
As Will Rogers observed: "I have
never mixed up in politics there therefore
fore therefore I am able to tell the truth.
Th mare vou read and observe

about this politics, you got to ad

mit that each party s, worse man

the other. The one thai s out al always
ways always looks the best"

In the firecracker world of tee tee-vee,
vee, tee-vee, Perry Como (who will guest'
on the Oct 5th NBC-TV-WW) has
managed to avoid the bang-bang

aspects. His easy-ooes- siyie ns
become almost legendary. What is
the secret? How can Perry main maintain
tain maintain his trsnquillty while others

are reaching for muiownsr

Th Great Pierino once -. xh

ntained in an interview.- Asked

what thoughts he has when con-

rrinnT-. "I'm th nklng about w

ing down, but there's a place to

One of the more amusing Pinza lie so I stand up." i

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Wismvr.Tnv sn Tnmlwith Peronista fraaments- '.iii a

Martin (R.Jowa) has broken al' joint effort to get control. The
records for abusing the free mail-! Commies snd the Peronistis nave

ing privilege. He has just mailed
out a staggering 4,000,000 copies
of a political speech at the taxpay taxpayers'
ers' taxpayers' expense.
This is the biggest load of free
mail ever dumped on the -public
by a single senator, making
Martin the new undisputed frank franking
ing franking king. 1
This dubious title previously

was held by Congressman Ralph

formed an outfit called Movimien Movimien-to
to Movimien-to pro la Democratizacion del
Movimlento Obrero. and are bor
Ing from within. Little firm av
teiilgence is available on this tug.
bined operation, but it exists."
The cable declares that lot
of Argentine workers not the
majority but plenty of them,
remain loyal to Peron. The engi
noi and firemen's union, the

Cwlnn (H nyi who oeriodlcallv i hank clerks, the printing trades

floods his district with political people all have been happily de-

literature. In facv. his printed Peronizea. nut me Dreweiy ui.

speeches have become a major

source of paper for lighting fires
in BronxviQe, N.Y.
Yet Gwinn. in his most ambi

tious campaigns to advertise his

own speeches, never mailed out

anything like 4,000,000 copies.

Martin's record mailing Is go

ing to farmers in 13 states. It's a

farm speech, called "rmy acis
for Farmers," which presumably

Is meant to influence tne tarm

vote. r '' : r

lenater's "Valef"

era, for example are still strongly
pro-Peron. The rest are in vague
positions of pro or anti-Peron."
Still the cable concludes:
Given half a chance the govern government
ment government and the labor unions will
work out a way of living together,
but the Jcb is a long, tough, one.
" Democrats See Red

HEADLINES AND FOOTNOTES
Congressman Francis Walter
(D.,Pa.), chairman of the House -un-American
Activities Commit
tee. will blast the Defense Depart-

HIGHLIGHTS AND SIDELIGHTS ment for moving Far Eastern mil-

The State Department heard re itary headquarters from Japan

cently that Sen. 'Bourne Hicxen- Hawau ... ne wiu accuse w -looper
(R.,fowa); then touring the Eisenhower administration of put iJf
Far East, wanted government, ting economy ahead, of security
funds for a valet . ; Hickenlooper.hi ordering the move. ; t
it not the type who needs a valet Walter will charge that the
to help him dress, so this column Communist led longshoremen s a
investigated ..." The taxpayers union -. not "only- dominates, the
will be relieved to know it was docks but ''controls", the Hawauan
all ''a typographical error. The economy . However, the Army
money was requested NOT for a nlana to man the docks with GI's

valet, but for Francis Valeo. Helm ctSe of emergency . Obser-

happens to be the senate r oreign ver( aiso claim the worxers are
Relations aide who handled the loyal Americans,, would not follow
finances for Hickenlooper's trip... their red leaders jn a showdown.
Clare Booth Luce, our lady am- The Democrats, sensitive about ..
bassador to Italy, will resign be- Gop charges reflecting on their
fore the November elections. She'll loyalty, hope to turn the red issue,
try to wheedle a cabinet post out ,ff,int the Republicans in the, fall

of President Eisenhower (if he's campaign. They have dug up
re-elected). . Millionaire John documents proving that the Corn Corn-Hay
Hay Corn-Hay Whitney has turned down the munuts originally infiltrated the
job of ambassador to Britain. He country under the Hoover admin-

offered to accept the post for 0 utration.

year but President Eisenhower) A gpeclal House committee, m- j

refused to appoint nun on tnose;Yestlgating Communist activities,
terms. . Ireported on Dec. 18, 1930: ''We'.
The President has instructed atnwMi lot of Russian

Secretary of SUte Dulles to be communists to come in. despite
ready to fly to London for another the fact e have no diplomatic

Suez Canal. Ike is so alarmed tSient Some of them have been
the continued danger of war that here M iongs eight years." .
he wants Dulles personally to deal AndreW .Trshay, a Trenton, N.J,
with this crisis . .'The Kremlin;, ttiwt& on Dec. 19, 1930: -seems
to think President Eisen-. n.v. been a number of

Hungarian Communists settling in

hower is a cinch to win the No-!
veniber elections. Party chief

Nikita Khrushchev added slyly

that he hoped Ike will pick a new

secretary of state.
Reading Note

' XrkAnt Eisenhower likes to

read westerns for relaxation, but

f the reading habits of senators and

congressmen are a better aepi

secret. .'

Some lleht can now be shed,

however: on their literary tastes.

One book at the Library of Con

gress har a two-month waiting
fist To meet- the demand, the

library has inserted a pink sup in
the flyleaf. .-' "- "" '.

i It reads:' "The long waiting list

of senators and members tor this
book reauires that in fairness to

. a. 1 :

tnem. u oe ueaiea 11 m iu-aiy

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Trenton i these' leuows ui
from within. They belong to
churches,- the lodges, and gener

01 wie suiiiiuu"j- - --- u,.

problem developed under the Ke-
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The Civilian Personnel Officer,
U. S. Army Caribbean,-tai an--nouncel
a position vacancy for a

irainin? 4 ..

book, i.e., it U to be returned 10 ..He","7 hw ltoie-

.memb .d -aW
""Name of the (book: "Death Sffiff.
Walks on Cat Feef by D. B. OUea EJXff. aSrSl uc ation, super-

. ,iotional artivities or

yiaiuii w

Quotes Cable

Unrepentant "Peronistas, disci-

....nnn.l mn0iment.

Included in specialized expert-.
ttlannine or conducting

pies 01 ousiea aiciarar renra, navn frtjning activities, aeveio ping
teamed up with the Communists, training materials -or evaluating
to win control of the powerful Ar- training programs. One year of
gentine labor movement. graduate study leading to a degree
In a confidential cable from J, education, psychologyk public
Buenos Aires, the American em- .ministration or sociology These :

fronting an audienee. Comolbassy reports: "There are at least miy be substituted for specialized?;

. hair inrn lantr ffroims mrua- ruiriiu

r Tin ir for eontmL Thev ranee from! ADDlieations should be submitted

P"ft tn right in political stripe, but to the' Civilian Personnel Office,

the Communist left tt at worx corozai. K

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- ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT Associate Justice Sherman
- Minton. stands In front of the Supreme Cour, Building in
' Washington 'after announcing he will retire. Minton said he
. will .quit 'Oct 15 because -of poor health.

NY Bsnk Cdls.Off Quest
For 'displaced Million

NEW YORK Sept... 11 (UP)
Officials of the- Chase' Manhattan
Bank decided reluctantly today to

call off a six-month search for bu buried
ried buried treasure on Wall Street. ..."
They said -that trying to find a
one million dollar treasury note in
the nation's financial capital ,is
worse than looking for a needle in
a haystack. ? v v,. -..
The banknote disappeared after
- Chase received it for safe-keepins,
from a smaller bank. As far as
Chase is concernedi it wilt, remain
entombed for all time somewhere
on Wall .Street. 1
M was on Feb. t that the small smaller
er smaller bank deposited .its ,ooe million
dollars with ..-Chase, one of th'
world's largest banks. Then, on
March 6, the smaller bank asker
for its money back.

Chase employes .went to the-file1

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dummy with the ;ace of spades,

rutted a spade, and led out two
top trumps. East discarded the

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Clement Warns Colleagues
Against Racial Agitators'

Hiss America Who
lliils Frcm Dixla

Prefers Yanks Men

NEW YORK. Sent. ll linl

nxuic auij-rtun. ai-Riius, wun a wrenching, agonizing social Blond Marian Ann McKnight,
W.Va., Sept. U (UP)' Tennessee problem." Then he departed from Dixie's newly -" crowned Miss A A-Gov.
Gov. A-Gov. Frank G. Clement advised his prepared text to tell his fellow merlca, said" yesterday that she
his Dixie colleagues today to keep governors of the "terrible deci- prefers southern men to Yankees,
"outside agitators", from lighting lions" he made in ordering the "Of course," said the 19-year-the
fuse of the explosive problem highway patrol and N a t i o n a I old blue-eyed beauty. After a mo moot
ot moot public school integration in Guard into Clinton, Tenn. Sept. 1 ment, she added,, "Maybe I
their states. ,y ,to quell riots .over admission of should have said something else.",
Clement, chairman of the South- Nesro student to ; a white high Miss McKnight. '? who' imitated

era Governors Conference, hauled schooL : .Marilyn Monroe In the talent divl-1

into the open the racial question ; V sion of the contest at Atlantic Ci-

which was not on the official a-. "I hooe and oray it doesn't ban- ty, N.J. Saturday night, cave a re-

genda but remained the hottest pen in your state," he said. . peat perf.ormance at a. news con-

lopte m me .mree-aay worn-ano- m nandung tne racial prooiem erence. 0 I

play meeting of a dozen members la public schools, Clement said,
of the group. ? l"we don't need governmental In-; la a throaty whimer. the said

Iterference from any otner source, tht found New York "lust's I

The governors mounted a mum- And we are not colng to tolerate itimulatina and. 'tally, it is iuit

pie attack on problems and par outside agitators. I hope you'll it stimulating to be stlmulat-

iiuuj sitw unci uuciuiik aaiuu Keep Ulcni QUI 01 juur itCbCB. i ffl," v , ; i

r.u an auernooo qi sou who- 4 'i.u v-
slammin'.Sam Sne.d, famed prc ..Clement ", fcV,H

1essionat 01 tne host reeoner no- '"V" rhI,m, mntt ly feigned. The South XaroUna

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KAPFORD SPEAKS

of the Clinton troubles on John oeauiy queen niver ng in a sirap sirap-Kasper
Kasper sirap-Kasper of Washington, C.C., whom!1" hite nylon ball gown, said
he described as a native of Nwlfh had caught a cold because of
. . . ,. thai 1itn tamnnrefnrai en1 letir nf

Adm, Arthur W. Radford, chair-' w.5i !"

jntn of the Joint Chlefi of Staff. vwmwhw, . . ,t
arriveed to speak at a formal din- mlttu 12. Nera tudeht to the Mi,g McKnight, who conceived
ner tonight. GUhhigh school, the town was quiet un-itne Monroe imitation for a skit at

Radford told the governors that Ul rasper n "- colter couege m aoum Garonne

ft,. r..;.t. k. i soeecb on ine counnouse iawn. no ,,t ,nrno h. had nn mhl-

(UC WIUUIUUI9U NITfl UCCU II 1H .,

ing because Americana fad to live wasper was j.ueu,

according to "the fundamentalbe-

million collar banknote was no

where, to be-found.-
. Days of intense searching

loweav More tnan 150 bank

-fol-

em-

ployes toiled day and night going ing diamond. Now a low club is
through every filing cabinet in the! led from dummy, and South plays

as cheaply as. possioie 10 s.eep
East out. West must win the trick
and is end-played again.

bank. They examined the contents

of waste baskets and desk, draw drawers.
ers. drawers. But to no avail..
'U-Vl- !'
' 'Despite the fact that the bank bank-tote,
tote, bank-tote, has not been found ., no one
viU rbe- out any money except
vhase, which spent thousands of

oilars looking for the lost trea-
mre. ----- t k

The'Treasury eventually will re-'

mourse tne owner of the lost note.

Oil ,Co. balesman; Admits;, forging
Cables To Solon To Support Bill

WASHINGTON, Sept.. 22 (UP) and two individuals,-Elmer Pat

An ou company salesman- .testi .testified
fied .testified yesterday that he "forced'

, the names of o'hpr persons, rwith-

out; ineir Knowledge, rj telegrams
, urging Sen. -Edward J.' Thye (R-

, Minn.) to vote for the, since ctoed
i natural gas bill. I
Vernon E. Lee, salesman
for Standard 'Oil Co. of Indiana,
told the special Stnatt lobbying
" committee his suptriert gave I
v him samples of five telegrams'
te be rent to Thye. He said he i
I w i.' Instructed to get residents
- ef his sales area te sign them.

. Because of ; the Illness of his

on, he said, he did not have-time

West couldn't have -improved

matters by leading a low club.
East- puts up the jack.and South
wins with the queen. Dummy
takes the club ace, and West i
thrown In with the third roun
of clubs for the. second end-play
'West can get out only by lead leading
ing leading the king or ten of dubs. West
can manage to let his partner win
the third round of clubs, and then

East can cash a diamond wick

When, the land was actually
nlavAd. I reeret to report. West

tried to get out of the first end-

,play with low fiuo, ana soum

made ; his over-ambiUous. con-

man of Austim Tex. and JnhmM ti-art. Sometimes crime does pay.

Neff. of Lexington, Keb., for-.eonw'at the bridge., table .at, any rate,
spiracy and altemDted bribery. All, i 1 1

pleaded, innocent in federat tlis-
trict court and their trial was set

tentatively for Nov. 19. .:
Les said he got his instruc
tiont to have the telegrams sent
to Thye, whe finally voted a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst the natural gas bill, from
. H. (0. Moshier, public relations
director of Standard's Twin Ci Ci-ties
ties Ci-ties division at Minneapolis.
McClellan asked Lee if he rea

lized that his action was not onlv

a "breath of DroDrietv" but alsn'.f er-

sic facts of liberty."

"Sometimes we forget to dem demonstrate
onstrate demonstrate a sympathetic u n d e r-
standing for those aspirations of
other peoples which are essentiall

to the growth of human dignity,"
Radford said. He made no direct
reference to the Negro question.

Tomorrow the governors will dig

into another high point of their
conference a String of detailed

Top British Ver
(emmsnr Assaults

12-Year

T OKTiON. Sent. 10 UP Gen

Sir Frank Messeryy. 62. one of

WW Slid 08 BUiUl VI icaia' . .A.U
Anm cafk'Rr ti n't ton commanders in worm

J CUlli iiicuuei biuu 1.11 flit tug ouuwi a
embark on an ambiUous regional War U, today was placed on three
years nrobaUon and fined M0 for

ui u & c aja. sac w iiiuit uvat.vAui uai.ii

of atomic enercy for industrial de- moecenuy

velonment . old girl.

Gov. Orval E. Faubus of Arkan
sas reported that the South'! in industrial
dustrial industrial growth hat already out outrun
run outrun last year's predictions 500

important new plants in the first
.1.. .1- A . 1 1- I

six monuns oi laao, com par eu wliin-chief of

a lorecasi ui x,uuv a year,

assaulting a 12-year-

tions for a movie career, i
"I think home life is more im important
portant important than a movie career," she
said. Her boy friend, 1st Lt. John
Gramling, was a former star, foot football
ball football player at the University of
South Carolina. I
Mica imsrlit, AtliAaf milac nrft.

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year. She said she hopes to return
to i college after completing the
100,000-mile personal appearance
tour which starts next month, The
trip Is expected to net her at least
$50,000. , I
' The 5 foot S-lnch beauty, from!
Manning, S.C., said that as a lit-
tie gii-1 she was "very, very fat":
but "I started losing weight when
I was in the 8th grade.", t I

k Messeryy pleaded" guilty to as as-saultinc
saultinc as-saultinc the (id near hit home

at Wokingham May 29,

Miss McKnight appeared on the

bhxiyj iiu mu,...D Garrowav television show to

ORDERED OUT GUARD

Clement said In his. opening ad-

the Pakistan army ml

1948. Dunne World War I he serv

ed in France and the Middle East.

He commanded a division in the

western desert campaign in world
War 11 and also served in the

dress, "Today: the South groans Burma and India theaters.

day.' She said that, all she wants

to do now is. sleep..

7,

Cl:ik-Trash!:r
Wzzizi B, Army
!s CrcdJ GS-7

to contact enough people and sign

ed the names of "around' 12" per

cons he did not contact and whose
views he did not know. He a i d

"may be a fraud upon those

The Civilian Personnel Offi-

USARCAR1H, waay

nrtuni-prt inh vacancy ror

tie "a.

whose names, you used. and clerk-transiaior in vue mu
perhapa a fraud upon members of GS-7. It Is a permanent Pos'""" Pos'"""-Congress."
Congress." Pos'"""-Congress." I Qualificationi Include- U.S. cl-
"1 realize it now." Lee renlied Itizenshlo nd one year of gen-

'They were just names I was fam- "but I didn't at the time,"' I'eral experience of translations
iliar with." McClellan later told reoorters into English. from Spanish and

Investigators for the eight-man he regards the fake telegrams as vice-versa of such material as
Senate committee .disclosed thatl a "form of forgery." But he said correspondence; birth death,
Standard Oil of Indiana inspired! he could not say immediately mcrricce and slmilat lecal and

whether they, constituted "crimi-' medical certificates; adventlse adventlse-nal
nal adventlse-nal forgery" and a violation of mkents and articles; fiscal and

me iaw. tie sam legislation may commercial documents, wins

be needed to stop the sending of contracts, production, -reports.

aceoants, etc.

.1-003 n

the sending of about 900 telegrams

to Thye urging support of the bill

They said some of them were not
authorized by the persons whose

names were signed to) them.
The committee, .headed- by Sen.
John L. McClellan (D-Ark.) re resumed
sumed resumed hearings yesterday into

general lobbying activities.-- For

the moment, it is checking lobby lobbying
ing lobbying for and against the natural
fias bill; which would have exempt-
. d independent natural gas pro

ducers from, direct federal

trots.

HOW MUCH
AUTHORITY: DOES.
THE BIBLE; HAVE

'. Many teachers today teach their listen.
, that the Bible is full of mistakes
and. that, at best It la a translation of
- a translation. Some teach that there arc
u. other revelations from Ood, while others
. say that they are the sole authority"
. In matters of religion and that upon ,.
their authority alone, the world received
, thi book. ,.-
' What Is The Truth In This Matter?
y .Is The Bible Inspired Of God?
" HEAR this question answered by
.Evangelist
:V. V. DURROV
Daily 7:00 p.m.
September 10 through 14

Club Alliiira Will

waril Scholarship

io loion Muaem

. As a result of tentative ar

rangementg made between Club

Altamlra and victor Dosman.
director of Abel Bravo School, a
deserving but needy student of
the school will be the recipient
or the club's third scholarship
granlt.
f j y.4i.'' .., it, 5. flj-i list
. This award, will Tbe the club's
first in the city of colon,
Several of the major' details
relative to this award have al already
ready already been Ironed out between
the club and the director of the
school. .,. The remaining details
will be completed after the
club's Jfourth anniversary dance
at the Club Tropical on Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.

too jmwdiat Alafa...

pi ijou to tola xJiahckA

i

! Lives are in your hands when you drive a
.car. Drive carefully . proceed with
caution especially near schools and in
areas where children play. h
i Then take one step' more for their protec
tection...and yours! Get liability insurance
to relieve the financial stress and strain of

accidents' which you can't, prevent.

; Doii'f risk delay .' Do it note I x r

visa or r none

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forged telegrams.

jveun 1 nomson of uuluth, a

former 'salesman for Standard

said he was instructed to "dump
whatever I was doing"-and get
three telegrams off to Thye from

each ot the 10 towns in this As

trict. He said this involved travel

ing 500 miles at company ex

on- pense.

. 1 nomson said be

'I Thnmcnn ; aaiit ti nar.An.ni,

- The furor on lobbying w a s contacted about 10 persons. Fori

touched off early this .year when,1 the rest, he testified, he relied on

sen. irancis case (K-b.u.)

. closed that he had rejected a J2,-
500 campaicn' contribution in con

tone year of specialized expe

rlcnces l also reauired. This in

eludes, translation Into English
from-Spanish and vice-versa of
a Variety of jnaterlal, primarily
diplomatic material; ability to
wrte in-f""ish and English In
a fluent, i....d and Idiomatic

style; and ablllty to' compose

mater I n Spanish utilizing

nection with the bill.' Congress

dis-: the word, of company agents In the,Iorma?a.co"e" Pnseoiogy

various communities.' t ii.iuh-u vuvy""c e
Robert Blackburn, a former changes. ;, ...

committee investigator, said aJ-

passed" the, measure but President! spot check.'of the .Grand Rapids-' Applicatlong should be submit
Eisenhower vetoed it because of Faribault. Minn., 'area.-, revealed ,o.fu r'"in Personnel Dl-

the "arrogant" tactics of some; that 15 out of 3? alleged senders vision, USARCARIB, Drawer 43,

lobbyists.

A federal grand jury has indict indicted
ed indicted Superior' Oil Co. of California

of telegrams to Thye denied that
they had authorized use of their
names.

j Zushtst men c!I cv:r ths

L

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Panama: I Street No. 5. Tel. 2-C670; Colon: Solos t!Jj, Tell 1C77

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Mens Fall Styles Step Out
-n Sn Elegance And Taste
; By DICK KLEINER i colors like blue, and rust fapopu fapopu-.
. fapopu-. T. lar,' but not over the country, as
?NEW YORK (NEA) Lke whoie.
ears, men's shoes are going long! All in all,, this fall's men's shoes
and slim. They're- desinged-,, to 8tm look-pretty shoey. But giVe
raake your gunboats look bk ea lthr new, longer, slimmer look a
. noes. . .. try you'll find it's a handsome

nan's shoes are a weddiug of thel Tha whole Jashioii1 blctiffe from

European inuuence yBruKui-Shoes up. to, nats u empnasu j

l itliB with .American taste

, and ingenuity. Here are some, of
the highlights: y k :
The ailhouelte is long and slim,
yet it rides Higher around the an ankle.
kle. ankle. The tot isn't as tapered as
v the pointed affairs favored by the
European gentry. It'a comfort comfort-able,
able, comfort-able, too, which, makes it nice.
-ithn varied, with man-

nf uptiirfin and desianers taking

advantage 'of the great Versatil Versatility
ity Versatility of leather.., Grained Jleathers
are popular in both dress and
casual shoes. Reversed calf ,is
' newly used : for casuals.' Fancy
1 leathers, like shark leather, is an

ing an elegance-. in-style andj

taste, ine aesignerg ipparenuyi
feel that there is a- big swing

away from the ganshncss that
highlighted the style picture' of a

year or so nacit.

Shoes,' as noteo, are neat ana
slim. Ties are auict and subdued.

Jewelry is smaller, plainer. Shirts;

are styled in white or blue gone j
is the pink and yellow shirt-with
small, trim collars. Hats, led by
k fin ttfMtm mnrial' kflua fin DIP

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of elegance. Even bdms look ele elegant
gant elegant in the '56 styles.

And yet, strangely, suits have

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MAKIMGOUT BUSIER WITH Umjl' , .'.
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BOOTS ANT EM VDVSSI

. GentlenaaaT

nocAXiuxrai

innovation. Contrasts of leather m0re pattern this year than last.

texture, use a couar ox aueae That's due. oi course, to me suu-

atop a smooth-leather shoe, add dued trend in accessories now.j
variety., ' with plein tie and shirt, a man I
Gimmick! are plentiful. Fancy can wear a glen- plaid suit,- iay.1
buckles on casuals, slide fasten-, without any worries. I

rs, iBr ucs, iwiii ( viuiS

' devices are some.

The advance of the slip-on shoe
continues.! b comes in everything
, from rough suede to smooth calf calfskin,
skin, calfskin, designed for formal wear.
' There are slip-ons designed for
casual wear, business wear,
""iress wear.
iNothing much new in the color
tory. Black and 'brown continue
hie. with the browns getting

browner and the reddish-brown

trades declining. In cordovans,
tje browns are replacing char
oaal. Some, odd ahader Ire still
being made olive, stone, black

' th a gray plug, tan.
EUnusual shapes are holding
their own, but not really captur
ig 4he American public. In some

sections, "toe anaie-nign aesen
" toe in shag leather and fancy

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-s a line e ta v j wUu .. 4,. .,. yr
there's one tie designer (Arthur' ; 1 v 1
Siegman. Inc.) who's come outlrj ......
with at novelty that is definitely, 5 Q GLANCES

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Ike Gets Album i

Of His Favorite,
Music Recordings :
' WASHINGTON. Sept. 11 (UP)
Proairlont F.UpnhnuiM' v nr-

sented with the firnt copy of a new
record album. "The 1 President's'
Favorite, Music." 1 t contains 10

selections ranging from the semi-;

popular field to the classics. ,;

By Calbraith

;;Zenjx)Y-:,'
TV witH 7
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' TV PKOGR.4M

WXDNESDAT, Sept 12, 1951

TVESDAT, 8l. 11, lt
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4.15 Robert Q. Lewis
4:30 Oodlrty Tun
4 AS Xddit Fisher
S:M Kids KJub
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4 00 Newt and Panorami
; T:J Step The Muuo
7:00 Topner
1:00 Milton Berl
:00 Bi( Town
:S DolUr A Second
10KM)' Plarwri(fat Hour
11:00' Newi.
11 OS Encore: Martha Rayt.

1:00 Armed Force Hour
4:00 Garry Moore
4:15 Robert Q. Ltwit
4:30 Godfrey Time
4:4 Perry Como
5:00 House Party
S JO Roy Roiieri
SKKI New and Panorama
1)0 Life with Father
7 JO Thia Is Your Life
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10 0V Boxing
11:00 Newt '
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MR. AND' MRS. DAVID H. OWEN whose wedding took place
recently at Hialiah, Fla. Mr. Owen ts the former. Miss
. Doris Irene MC Me Kee of Balboa., ,.

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COLON INTER-AMERICAN WOMEN'S CtUH WILL
GIVE TEA IN HONOR OF MRS. RICARDO ARIAS i
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- The lflter-Amerlcan Women's Club of Colon will five
a tea in honor of the wife of the President of the Republio
of. Panama, Mrs. Ricardo Arias. The tea will be held at
the Colon Clubhouse next Monday at 4 p.ni.

Ambassador Vallarino
.t.imi Ta Snam 1

Panamanian Ambars's a d o r to
Spain: Octsvip Vallarino returned

terday, after spending a short va
catioq in Panama ... -
OwervMcKee V Wadding
Twis Irene McKee. aauen-

ter of Mr -and Mrs..W, S.McKee
if Balooabecani.-th
David H. Owen, ion of Mrs. sue
Owei of :'Hiileh', F16rlda. tV
IVjL- ..... n the hom Ol

Mr.' Mrs.rfVMam.OweninJ

offiriatinz minister."- .V

the- hrie,' who was givenawsy
by bet ifatoerj ore a handmade
s.dwn of : white chantilly,, lace- lut luted:
ed: luted: with: pink talfela; --. y .
. uii. Sn. Owen. sister .01- ut

aroonv was Ahe maii .f honor.
v,, rtuxn served, as bis broui-

'hHMnin. .Marcus ,McK,

nd Donald Owen were: ushers

and., Donald

rwn .' were, nsbers.

u" Aintia McKee. moth

th'bridewor a-pinkca dress
.th whit .accessories.. Mrs. ou

id,i' irtothemf the room, wore

beige- gown. .with ; matching., ac-

The bride graduated from JHigh
School in Louisiana- and attended
the Canal Zone Junior u College.
She ?was employed bythe Pana Panama
ma Panama Canal Branch of Auditing at

'!. i' avion, nnore leavius uis

Canal .'Zone.?;:':; v -.

? The bridcgrooin served as a ser
mm Ant nritn 1 nK dental corps -at

The young couple spenl their
honeymoon at Miami Beach, 10 10-r,,
r,, 10-r,, s hofore eoini to their home

itt item phis, Tennessee, where the
groom is a student in the schoo
of dentistry in-the University of
Memphis." .

Claire Irwin and Mrs... Edith
Brown are co-hostesses. v

For reservation call Mrs. Irwin

at 25-3231. ... :
Dr. Scsdron Returns' j
Preiq Vacation In California.
Dr. Norman J. Scadron has re returned
turned returned to' Panama after spending
the summer in California.

Tabe'ga "Trip Planned '".
By Naval Officers' Wives
The September meeting of the
Naval Oiiicers! Wives' Club will
be-. picn&tiptn,Tabogaa.lM
day, Sept. li A launch will make
the trip to. and from; Taboga.
Those living at Farfan and Rod Rodman
man Rodman should board at the Rodman
Naval Station -at 8:00 a.m. or soon
thera-after 4: i.v.t.
The launch will leave Rodman
promptly at 8:39 and will arrive
at the mine dock on the Fort A A-mador
mador A-mador causeway at 8:50 -to nick

up those, living .at. the Fifteenth
Naval District Headquarters An Annex
nex Annex and Ouarrv Height. It will

leave the mine dock promptly at

:uu a.m. :; : ':;

Sports clothes suitable. for board evening were .won by Mrs

log are.aavisea as. weu as protec

tive-shoes for shell, coral. and

driftwood collecting; bathing suits;
cameras; and baskets or bags for
carrying the famous. Taboga pine pineapple
apple pineapple and papaya. After, swim swimming
ming swimming and sieht-seeing a' nicnic

luncn will be served. i

The nominating committee will

present its slate- of officers and
nominations will be requested
from the floor for the term of of-

ficee beginning n November. The

launctt will leave Taboga for the

return trip at 2:30 p.m.

Pen Women Party .Temarrew

Artists art slapomg paint on

posters, and songsters are practi

cing their melodies in preparation

for the Pen women Party tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. '.
The party will start at 4 p.m.

and continue non-stop until 9 -.m.

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CURRY SAUCf IS SPICY,
TOUCH POR SOUTHERN
FRIED CHICKEN
By CAYNOR MADDOX,
NEA Food and Markets Editor

Yarmouth Port is about the

no;t beautiful village on Cape
Cod. There, amid salt air, flowers

and v lordly trees, stands .the Old

Yarmouh Inn. built in 1696.

Ka'hryn R ud e It. Maine-born.

welcomed us. Her husband, Harry,
born in Germany and trained in
European hotels, s up e r v i s a d

flinatr. u .
Our international Cape Cod din

ners Chicken livers, pureed and

UEETJI6S

Ejck aetice ter inclutiea ii tk
celuma should bo submitttd i
tys-writtca farm sad moilod la eae
at the aa mfeert listed daily
"Social and Otherwise," ar oiior oiior-ed
ed oiior-ed by band re tht atfica. Notices at
aioetiags caaaot be acccpNd hy
laloahone.
Hostesses, Locale
Changed For Study Croup

Since Mrs. Careen Snekell

Mat-

'MEAL-TICKET' MARRIAGES

ARE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN

i.w s lece 11. Ail most women

marry for Is a meal ticket," says

one 01 my more cynical male cor correspondents.

Lets tace it that man is at

least ix years b&iind the times.

Just a glamc at statistics will
show him that more th? n half of
the women Wiio ar working today

are married women.

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iney are earning tneir own

u meal tickets. And nn tnn f tht

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mikuis suuucu ujh m mc iney re t-ooaing tne meals
the laursday Mormmng Study a great many of the young girls
Group of the Canal Zone College: wn0 ere marrying today are get-

whipped, piled high on rounSs of e" aZaV)m exMent "e1 ckete for the
horVutte?ed toast; cups of 1? they we

. T., - 7 - ... eimujuuLrs cuuuku lu dll mp r nus-

iTthe eTny' ie7sio7te."wiil. ta; conwmme-1255;. SJSSS Tact a. 2
..H mip.nnni tar t h e maiv-auai eartnenware ousnes ot' r-.
I... in m.ia nf VI rc A I o

vo-.inusteM From 6 n.m. until 8;ircsuy caugni nsaaoca poacnea in

D.m, cocktaiis .will be served by

courtesy o tne National iiistilie-.

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The Pen Women, a small group

of busy peopie, will exhiuit and;

sell their. iS5o cnrisUnas earns dur

ins the aflair.

signing a poster to hang in the
L.ue liaiiery at tne 'i'lvoli, show-

ini"her new thriaimas cam or
cards. :',-J Y' 'v j

co-hostess in p. see of Mrs. A.

Brown.' ..... ...

The program will be
ously announced:

as

Mr.' Tiffany Richardson Jr. of

a string court bouillon with tiny

pMato bails, white onions and car

rot slices. sprinkled generously

with freshly cut parsley. ...
Next came a sailing-schooner-

t, . m 1 mam nsn ru 1 net ivrw iuii vSLi)i-a

Kacn arost u. e.iw" .. """i.. Exchanee. Panama Branch, will

blueberry m u f I In all freshly, STS lSSfc
baked; cold fresh asparagus with lh'' tt t1
perfect vinaigreete sauce. Arti by ttt roup m money

then came brandied cherries in a mamgemem iotuk. -uu.r.
cloud of, whipped cream and. ice
sHarry joined n for coffee. He Special meeting .tt
is, we think, an inspired chf'.1"" femeataa ;
What does he do with broiler-fryt The Junta F-emenlna de Bene Bene-nhMm
nhMm Bene-nhMm r iiM Anthrn fr' 1 ficencia will hold an extraordl-

chicken in eurry aauce is U" ?.ar3L m?tl" knight at 7:10 to

" holding down a job while their

J husbands are taking the first slow

".,! tep "P the ladder of Success

l Still others are hnsv hplnin

their husbands ouild up pmaU

businesses

Together with these pos t e r I,
some of the ohotoeraons. from

which Jean Bailey orew the Illus Illustrations
trations Illustrations for her new book, will be
displayed. The book "Panama
Paitie" will be on sale at 11-00 per
cop. A' second edition' of '"The
Peucan Tree" written by Pen Wo

men Jean Bailey,. Eluaoeth Lamb
Patricia Markun and illustrated
by Jeanne Beaudry will also tie on
sale at $2.50 per copy.'V. ,: V
: Some novelty dolls by dress de designer
signer designer Nina Morton will also be
for sale and orders will be taken

by: the 'designer. .. ?

All interested members of the

community, are invited to attend.
Port Gulick N.CO. Wives Club
The Fort GuUck N.CO. ? Wives
Club held their regular monthly
business meeting in the Bamboo
Room' of the club with the Presi.
dent, Mrs. Nancy Johnson, presid presiding.
ing. presiding. : vY.J J- I
-: r,'vV..-V ?. ('W;V 1

Mrs. Irmgard Morrison was el
corned by Mrs. Connie Hosking as

a new member, rnose present

were Mesdames: Peggy Duncan

Janis Finnegan. Candy Gardner.

Jessie Hess,- Connie Hosking; Ge

neva Mason, Josephine OrsInL

Nancy Johnson, Ruth Mini ti,

Mae peikey, Louise Sanderson, ur
aula Spence, Connie Jones, Betty

rownsend, Ann Lansford ano; Jean

.oenn. ;

The members 1 hid farewell, to

their club secretary, Mrs.. Geneva

Mason, who will soon be moving

to Fort Clayton where her hus husband
band husband has been, transferred. Mrs.

Connie Jones was appointed as
temporary secretary by Mr.

Irmgard Morrison.

. Ida "white elepbant" was won

by MraV!rmgird lorrison.-

,-Refreshmenta. were served tf

nostesses: airs. Connie Jones Mrs.
Jessie Hess, Mrs. .Candy Gardner,

Mrs. ivancy Johnson And Mrs,
Me Pelkey.

orite.

1 lasy Curry Sauce far
Southern Fried Chicken'

CZ Retired Workers Assn.'
The Canal Zone Retired Work

One 'eup" of chopped c e 1 e ryjera Association will hold a post
.i a I.. i "1 rnn H m..t4nff An v Thiir.it.1

Dr.'Hsrmadia Ariss '.,''
Leaves Far Now Yark -. ;
vDr. HarmOdio Anas left yester yesterday
day yesterday for a business trip to New
York. He will spend seversl days
there representing the firm Anas,
Fabrega and Fabrega.; .,;
Time' Resasrchor v

Hara On Visit ' I
Mis Cecilia Dempster, a re
searcher of Time Magazine stsff
left yesterday, alter a three day
vwt in .Panama. ; Mii" Dempster,
who is returning to New .Vor l'
from Ecuador; where she attend :
ed the- Presidential inauguration
else stopped .in .Lima and Bogou i
en "route. 1 " y
; Yesterday, she slUnded'a news
conference of the Permanent Da
Hen Subcommittee of the Pan A A-merican
merican A-merican Highway, here, i
j Trained in tlie university of E
rlinburgh, Miss Dempster worke'
f6r the National Geographic Socio,
t hi-fnre she ioined Time in 1953.

was featured in the 'Publish-j ;

wit's Letter' in Tme. Aug. zo in con

nection with the work she had

done supplying cartographer R.' M
ChaDin Jr. with historical : dates

nH data to assist: him in a spe

rial -8-page color map spread of

Mediterranean..':..
Dr. and Mrs Fsirchild ; ;
Raturn From Vseotlon -'

. Dr.. and Mrs. Graham Bell and

their two children returned re recently
cently recently from the States, where Dr.

Fairchild spent the summer teach
Jng at the University of Michigan.
1 David Fairchild will return to
the States this week to re-enter

Exeter Academy.

Balboa Woman's Club '.

Tea Tomorrow

The Balboa Woman's Club will

hold its annual tea tomorrow froifl
3:00 p.m.. to 5:00 p.m. it tht
USO-JWB Center. Members and
their'guests are weicome.

the Mesdames Gerl McGnf tnf

Keith Roberts will present a Chi Chinese
nese Chinese skit to fit in; with the mo!L
of the tea. T

Ft.' Clayton N.C.O
Wives Held Social

The Fort Clayton N.CO. Wives

uud field its monthly social re

cently in the Fort Clayton N.CO.

Open Mess. The ladies enjoyed an
evening of interesting talks by

Mr. Koger Maduro. Mr. Larry

MadUro Stores: Door prizes for the
evening were .won by Mrs. J. O.
Mairf. MM. K. SMtnn Mr

E. J. Martin and Mrs. Cletus Ls-I

ley. Favors for all members were
presented by the Felix Maduro

Store. ... .. :, '. .,
Earlier In "the month the ofii

cers and board of the club were
invited to the Coca Cola Bottling
Company. The ladies enjoyed an
extensive tour of the plant, after
which they were served a lovely

ounei ana were given ravors
Those attending were Mrs. M. M

ioore, Mrs. F. F. Dorsett, Mrs.
D.- L. Grubbs, Mrs. C. E. Hunt,
Mrs. J. R. Roluffs, Mrs. E. J.
Blond,' Mrs. C. E. StowelL Mrs. R.

L. Sharman and Mrs. J. 0. Con

way.

nnlnn rA nnl nnil narril

1 cup canned tomato soup, lAuf
evaporated milk,. 1 eup chick;;

orotn tmaae witn cunes;, tg'
spoons curry powder, 2t easp;
flour, 2 pats butter or margaune
sSimmer celery, onions and ap

pies in butter for a few minutes.
Add curry and flour. Simmer a

minute and add chicken broth and

tomitu soup. Bring, to a boil and

add evaporated milk. Set aside,
' Fried Chicken
Two and one-half pound broiler,
2 ounces butter or margarine, V
cup milk, V cup flourn said and

pepper.

Disi

isjoint chicken,' dip in milk

then in flour, salt and pepper

Heat butter or margarine in skuiet
and saute chicken on both sides'
Add curry since, cover and aim

mer about 20 minutes. (Do not

turn chicken.) If curry hat be

come too thick, add a little mil)
Serve on a fluffy rice which ha

been decorated witn pineappr
slices, shredded eoconutn date,
and chutney. ; 1 ; v ;

the Pacific Service Center to dis

cuss Important business.

poned meeting on Thursday
night at the Pacific Service Cen

ter at 7 o'clock.

The meeting waa originally

scneauiea xor last wees, but was

called off because of the bus

strike.

AFL-CIO'S Stewards
Meet Thursday Night..
The atlantie region local

Ai'SMCE. AFL.-CIO.
will conduct their regular stewards
council meeting on thursday night,
at the local's office in Cristobal
starting at 7:30 p. m.

HO

Special reports will be given by
the organizer and the chairman
of the administrative committee.

All stewards are hereby urged to

attena,

l!:b D::Ij, Gums ;
2 7c-.:n To D:::h;
St!J To Mat hi

ALEFAJAYUCAN. Mexico Sept

11 ,(UP Nearly 40 persons were
questioned by police- today about
the week-end killing and burning
of two women who were accused
of beinf witches and "friends of

satan.,,.:'.;.-'"-"'-1'':i.
The worhen, Juana Cristiaa Tre
jo and Benita Sabina, were beat

en to death and then burned in a

macabre midnight ceremony atop

a lonely hill outside of town.
One of those held and question

ed by police was Epigemino Trew
the husband of one of the victims.

. Police said the villagers charged
the two women were "vicious
witches who entered into pact
With the devil" and that they had

"put the evil eye and variety of

curses on many innocent peopie.
Witnesses, said the, yiillagers,
both men and women and many
of them drunk, dragged the vic victims
tims victims from their thatched-roof huts
and beat them with stones and
heavy sticks. Then they dragged
the bodies to the ton of the hill 0-

veriooKing zne town ana nuui ;
bonfire. :. -;-:::..;:.' x-'-- :" n

For nearly in hour; witnesses
said, the crowd performed "ritual

dances" while they nacicea tne Bo Bodies
dies Bodies with long Waded machestes
and tossed them into the fire "to
purify their tsouls.' f ;

VFW Post To Assist
Zcr.bs h Vc.!r.3
Cy Abs:r.!:o Bzllol

To help Canal Zone voters get

aosentee nauow tor the coming u.
S. elections, the Lt; Garvyn H.
Moumblow Memorial. Post No.

3876 of the VFW will set up an in

formation booth at the post Home
in Cristobal beginning today un until
til until Saturday.
Members of the post as well as

ue JLaeies' Auxiliary wiu be on

hand from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m. daily

to ,neip volets get their ballots

Information may be obtained
during the stated hours by phon

ing 3-1590 or caning in person. The
Committee will have voting appii

cation lorms available.

ji. in tne future, they nave a

good meal ticket for life It is be

cause they worked bard for a

husband's advancement and suc success..
cess.. success.. -
Why They Marry
Not many 'young women today
have to marry in order to have a
meal ticket. It't too easy for
woman to get a job these days
and bring home her own bacon.
So women today aren't marry marrying
ing marrying for meal tickets, but for love,
companionship and the hope of a
family. '- .i-. .. i
But some of my women readers
do claim that a lot of young men
today AREN'T marrying any
woman who isn't willing to help
provide a meal ticket by holding

down a job alter marriage.

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I IT fragrant CuUcura

Je luibuiu i

Talaua oostoinS da

adorsnt aatisaptia
C-S (Bosaehlora
phono). Keeps the
okia troth and ewoet,
Sootboa aunbura. :
Provoati, roliovas
host and diaper raih,
foot britatiaBa Btryl

lalboa Woman's Club -Card
Graup t, I -.' -The
Card Group of the Balboa

Woman s uub is bavin? a bi bi-monshly
monshly bi-monshly card party on Thursday,
It ;30 o'clock at the Fort Ami Ami-dsn
dsn Ami-dsn Officers Open Mess. Airs.

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No mmtScdti povoar tn ra
Sevt your baby's Disfir It
Ditptr Chsft, Urint SetU kf.t
' trlckly Htm Rash as Asneaf
Powder does!
For Amiatas a rpecullymt
aattd to ttolht, proiM sod ktlp
.-..fceaf kriUltd skin. Absorbs nu if
tan vondarfullruid it to e$,
. t promote bealifg by cwhioa cwhioa-.
. cwhioa-. g bsby's eU5.i tUa sstinel
fwrthtr arititioB. Cet Aanwof

S.rdictted.rowaVr toeay.

Mil Try Ammens st our a

Cbm! Fa tria' sua csa sbM.
tdy free, senC i poitrard wstb 1
your name am' iMttu ta DtpC
0r eipre Dec. 31, 19SU

Need lots of pep ?

Drink...i

S" 7f Wa
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mgktri m

Th. Juieet of I L.7erent, gardaa
fresh vegeubles era blended into
this famous drink. Yourgitert lave
its lively flavor, and thrive on he

vitamin-packed
goodness. At meal meal-tims
tims meal-tims or between
meals V-t givea

them the refresh refresh-Bitot
Bitot refresh-Bitot they want.

aaa taa nourish- r

went they need.
--as oMMC.Jri for p?lo' aa da ftaafj'

?;lSi.ATE jl Tfl 0 II Ifn
.fmi HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS : v;
By popular demand Doress Walts U starting a beginners
class In BALLROOM DANCING on Wednesday ;
REGISTRATION SEFTEMSEIt I5th-4:0O p.m. te. 4:00 p.m.
DORESE VAITES ;
. . SCHOOL OF DANCING . J
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS CLUB (reaf upstairs) BALBOA
For Information, phone 2-2363 : ..r.

Stop Those
Horrid Lies
Your Skin is Telling
About Your Age

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renurtnra crow's-feet at the corner

af your eye are aftea tsnied by skin
dryness. Skin dryness U nosed by
yoar skin's inability te wake aaoth
Jubricatinf cholesterol sad: astars,
Penetratini Lanolin Pins Liquid nied
tightly as a cleanser -then s lew extra
drop gently musaied into yonr skia
before retiring -next day a fe more
dropiased as a powder base. This keeps
yonr skin'eopstantly supplied witb sa
abandanee ef cholesterol and esters,
Result : dry kin is overcome prema premature
ture premature dry-skin wrinkle quickly hiw,
g ivias yon a rarprisingly younger look.
Cot yew Lanolin Pins liquid today.
Use it tonight. Actually SEE and feel
a difference tomorrow morning.

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SISS FOR TBE WLNNER Ma Man Mc Knight, from Manning
S.C., receives a kiss from her mother, Mrs. Anne Mc Knight,
after being named Miss American of 1957 at Atlantic City; N.J.

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INSURANCE
(MX KINDS) ..
; JIM RIDC.E
Phone Panama M55S
Write Box L. Balboa Ci
flours 8 to 12. 1:30 to 8
''8aturdfcysl.m.tonoan.
After hours Pan 5-7050
'Educational, life.
Automobile. Fire, etc.
TRANSPORTES AX""
Lean Riding 5(.um
PANAMA, RIDING, SCHWl
Riding J.i-J CUM!
at y ",";
HI-FI RECORDS
1 claiiel opuir and Jan
ACrEICIAS DIAZ
Street Ns U-Tel.;1596
. Open until TM P-i
CANAL ZONE TEEN-AGER
Back to school with smart
"PETITE CORL"
A ln earl wate you can
weU afford.
Y.MXX Bcjiutv, Salon
Learn 5 Dance lor $15
! Cha-Cha-Cha, Mereftfue,
. MambO. Toxtrot,
. BALBOA M239
nim lent DtOTO 4ewn"
BOnT REDUCING
McLtvy Martinet, M'
t... .. male an lemaM
0RT0PED1A NACIONAL
M Av. Jwrte ArenoS-n
Dr. SCHOLL trainea vnirp
CR Congress Gives
Reasons For llixlng
FhuireV Jauhl

SAN JOSE, Costa Wc',SePt "irfc, Montreal, 177; Wilson, Mon-
vn yi..jMBOlnttS'l loHanOhril a.X-. - fan A- 1

t t d r,ninjrsinnal leade6rs ex
plained today why 4 they refused
f,.iH.nt jaco Fieueres leave ot
absence to .visit, Mexico and
rope. yf y ?i 'i
tv Katinnaf Assembly voted 24
n ot latA vesterdav aealnst the
. l-iT j

Sc,Hl Havana and
and then 0 to Britain,, Prance WBouehee Miami, 1..
"aly, Denmark, Holland, Western !Stellfsr?0hrtOn'-Ri.C?;
Rermany and Spain. ; ; ; r. mond, 40; N'cholas, Havana and
: Caffie,

Some forthe assemblymen who
voted hegativeiy .sam' presiaenuw
trips abroad ve iustified only in
cases of real emergency snd not
for secondary reasons; o i ne r
ir1 Costa Rica's economic situa
tion .could hardly bear the cost of I
the trip; And -a third group main main-tained
tained main-tained that'-Figueres government
was in a state of disintegration,
without a titulst-foreign minister
and with. Finance Mins.tw Jorge
Ro.si having tendered his resig resignation.
nation. resignation. ... ,
SECURITIES IN PANAMA :
.r.OaetaHeaa by.
i ARUS, IUTUS81 aSSOOATtS
Abattoir Rational ; r :'
Banct ridudvio ...... 1J
aiokmiioo ;..
Cements Pnm 78 MJ0
CervoeerU Nadonal .... SJ
Chlrlcana do Lectae .... 11 ; .
CUyco ....... S
Coca Cola ......... SS0
Cuentaa Comerdalet
Pxet with Com. ..... US
DmUlidnra Naclnnil ... '- SI4
rtnandeTtiefta j
Prof with Com ; ; IS o
Pinaniat. S A v
Pret. with Com. ...... 111
ruerza y tu Prdt ... 4fll
rum f jii Com ,..S
Hotels tnteraawflcanae. SS4
General 00 tJetorot '
PanamtA Actttot . tS
PanimrBa Of flora" ... -psiinnirft
i Smw '. i ,i tl
VAmmrt W taMro 10 til l
renlro, rlliivit ,' v t0
roalro Central'..... ...... ..'
' ' iCommerdal Nance

FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: 9-pieco mahogany
dining hm act $50. Call Bil Bil-boa
boa Bil-boa 2U75J. ;
.FOR SALEs i Leaving, country,
m u 1 1 tell complete I urnishings
and household effects, I months
Id, like new. Phone 3-6771. :
FURNITURE FOR SALE. Living
room, dining room, Berth and
two btdroom tett. Buyer hat ep ep-pertunity
pertunity ep-pertunity to move in apartment..
Rent $100 a month. Phono J J-3714.
3714. J-3714. FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT s Concrete tfhalet. 3
bedrooms, large kitchen, cloieft,
-bathroom, .', hot water initalla
tionr, ( arise, porch, parlor-e'ia-inn
room, acreenerf, iron hart.
Telephone J-J226.
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet, 3
.bedrooms, recently painted, largo
kitchen many cloiet. modern
, bathroom, 2 porchet, hot water, ..
maid's room with bath, garage,
fenced yard, good neighbors. Via
Ferret 9UB,
Parris Wilis
IL Bat Crown
M't t ... 'V ...
INTERNATIONAL HIT PARADE
(Bated on 400 at bats)
Player, Club- g ab r h pet
Pan-Is, M. 152 552 92 177 .321
Cun'hsm; R. 133 460 85,147 .320
Upon, CoL r 121 446 59 140 J14
Caffte, But. 128 482 85 149 .309
Wilson, M. 140 572 83 175 .306
Kasko, Roch. 147 688 is lis .33
Eaiter. nu. is ss i ib m
Bran, Hav. 113 422 45 128 .303
A. Wilton, T, 139 532 82 160 .301
Green; Rooh. 121 4ZS n m
- '(HOM RTJKS
Eniier, nuiitua
Ortls. Buffalo
aa
25
25
Roseboro, Montreal
Serenm, Buifaio
Gollat, Toronto :
24
24
RUNS
BATt
ED IN
Easter, Buffalo 103
Green,. Rochester ., 95
Bouchee, Miami ....... 94
Wilson, Montreal ....... 91
Ortls, Buffalo ........... 88
OTHER LEADERS
Runs 1 Jethroe, Toronto, 106;
lAbrami, Miami, 100; WUIiams,
I Montreal, 96; Parris, Montreal,
92; Sullivan, Columbus, 91-
Hits Johnston, B cnmona,
treaL 175; Jethroe, Toronto, 164.
Doubles Wilson, Montreal,
42; Ortis; Buffalo, 37; Parris,
Montreal, 34; Rand, Rochester,
30; Sullivan, Columbus, 29. -Trloles
Sullivan, Columbus,
Cunningnam, Bocoester, iw
Escsuera. Havana and wiuiams,
Buffaloes; Scull, Havana, 17,
AEC Says II Will :
Aid Friendly llalions
Seeking Uranium V
: WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 (UP) -The
Atomic Energy Commission
announced todav its' readiness to
! help geologists of friendly nations
in exploring ror uranium.. 1
' This-official agflYicy .said that
it already has helped 'such proj project
ect project in Bolivia. Peru. Venezuela.
Colombia, Australia, the Philip-
Dines. Turkey and several other
countries and is now ready to help
other nations explore for this ma material
terial material used in atomic develop
ments.
"It is believed that the rspld In
crease in the scope of atomic pro progress,
gress, progress, especially the potential de de-vlopment
vlopment de-vlopment of nuclear power, will
stimulate the development of ura uranium
nium uranium resources in many nations
to. meet their own future require
ments for civilian uses of nuclear
energy," the announcement said.
APEX
Washers,
Dryers
4Sth 8t
Bella Vbta

F Washers, VI
p4A

A Via Esmfta
3-12U

FOR SALE

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1 956 4-door Cher Cher-relet,
relet, Cher-relet, practicially new $2300.
Will take trade. Balboa 2-1515.
'6r SALE-'S3 Dodge 4-door.
two-ton paint, good mochani- -cal
condition. Call Coco Solo
341.
FOR SALEs 1947 Oldimobile
4-door, hydramatic, radio and
heater. Good transportation. For
euich salt $195. Ft. Clayton 17 17-4233.
4233. 17-4233. t
FOR SALE: 1954 luick con convertible,
vertible, convertible, exceptional condition,
radio, heater, dynaflow $1750
or best offer. Call Amador 82 82-2128
2128 82-2128 beforo 4 o'clock. :
FOR SALE: 1950 Plymouth
Convertible. Excellent condition,
new m ww tiros, radio. Phono
Koboe 84-4260. ; 1
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
4-door sedan $900. 188 Hard-
' Ing Avo Gamboa. Phone 6-154.
FOR SALE: 4-door sedan. Cus Customize
tomize Customize 1953. Well taken care
of and in perfect condition.
House 2023-B, Curunde. Phone
6235 Curundu. ;
FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
Carryall-International flat truck;
both licensed and insured. Will
accept but cash effer. Also have
Chevrolet "Flat Dump," not li licensed,
censed, licensed, but good condition. M7
. be seen at. Scott Company, Co-
Ion. Phone 48 Colon.
FOR SALE
: Blferellaneons
SALEs -Take advantage of
greatly reduced prices in quality -men's
Sport Shirts and furnish
Ingt, ladies' and children's wear
El Siglo, 85 Central Avenue. :
Adenauer Returns
To'.Work -After' :y
7-iWetc Vocation
BONN, (ferraiwi;Setk lli'ftT
Chincellor Konrad Adenauer
returned to work looking well and
rested yesterday ..after' a seven seven-weeks
weeks seven-weeks vacation in the Black For
est. The 80-year-old ., Chancellor
will preside today over his first
vauuict uiccuug aiuce raiu-jmy,
'I If

The kids and I wart playing brlrie and jroorfr-rthat

nous you near is in

fatt'ra buying. jlllng. renting
hiring or ewopping. ana
the Wan Ada.

I v Ill 1

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''.''. rr V;;. v, -;.: '. ,: : : :',';''.'-,;" L'.:.. .,' : :,'

MbCELLANEOUS

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031. ANCON, CZ.
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, X
FOR SALEr Bargains: Refriger Refrigerators
ators Refrigerators 5 Vi cu. ftn cu. ft.; re re-frigerator
frigerator re-frigerator Westinghouse II cu.
, ft.; f racier 5 cu. ft.; gat stove
4 burners; Pfaff 3 -drawer sew sewing
ing sewing machine; Pfaff hand sowing
machine; Zig-Zag machine, foot
and hand. Muebleria Europea.
Central Ave. pad 2 lot Street E.
FOR SALE s Aqua lung and at-
cetsoriei; saxophone E flat alto;
camera Reflex; electric train.
Call 6-319. Mouse 0255-1,
Gamboa. ".
FOR SALE: 10 month old
Cocker Spaniel dog, very' fine,
black color Ave. Fader ice Boyd
D4-22. -.J.:.,i
FOR SALE: Upright plane
$150; also violin. Curundu Mrs.
.Phone 8280.. ;..-:.-7 ,u v.'-.v,,
FOR SALE: I coats, toppers,
,siia 16, used very little and on '.
new; living room tet hi very
good condition All very cheap.
Call Curundu 6295 or see at
201 J-A. .
FOR SALE: Upright plane,
good condition. Gamboa' No.
326-D. Phone 6-456.
Dr. Wendehake -Medical Clinic,
day-night service. Opposite Chase
Bank. Phono 2-3479 Panama.
FOR SALE: Good tent 2x2,
made in Europe. Information:
Tony Rottaurant, 1 1th Street
and Central, Colon, ,-. ; f
' PRE-TEENS JAND T
TEENAGERS: '.:
Miss Hi'nett will held Begin--nera,.
Intermediate 4 ad Ad-,
vanead '' ballroom dance o':ei,.
In. American and Latin dances.
All types of ballroom dsneet
and' Forty dances taught. For
further information call Balboa
2-4239, J
HARNETT & DUNN
vT..aM.i.
)1M4k)MtiniM,Sic
cans i tied to th carl"
! Costs Less To Sell
! a Ilouse Unseat!
' ?,t
Ton eat R) feat. vow got rem :
price--von oal) S a rata eat to
yaw when von ran little Went -'Ad
k fu Pnnosm American, v
PANAMA
AMERICAN

ApartmcBU

ATTENTION CL LI im
Snadefw finnjUuMl oYOrtaMMlta, I,
2 btdrsaaaa, bet, cold votes, -Phone
Ponanto 8-4941.
FOR RENT. Comforttble apart apartment,
ment, apartment, screened, two bedrooms,
II modern conveniences, garage.
Newly pointed. Phone 3-5443.
No: 36-39 Ave. Cuba.
FOR RENT Fumishsd apart.
ments in EkCangreio, across from
Hotel El Panama. Bedroom, llvi
. ing-dining room, kitchen, bath,'
. washing facilities, everything
' new. Cool and quiet.' Apply For
' Halcon in same vicinity. Phones
3-1179 and 3-6082.
FOR RENT Modem apartment
one bedroom,' San Jose Build Building,
ing, Building, "F" Street,, El Cangrajo. For
references apply 70 Central Ave.
Phone 2-3004.
: FOR RENT: Completely fur.
4 nhed apartment, two bedrooms,
$135. Ave. Ecuador No.-20. Can
bo seen 8 to 12 aeon and 3 to 5 k
p.m.- ...V -.,. .'.:",-
FOR RENT: in row building
Just finished and well located
for Americaa families, modern
one-bedroom apartments, -.with
II conveniences. Automobile
Row, corner of 31st Street. Call
Coeoll 3985 morning hours.,
-1 FOR RENT Modern apartment
unfurnished or completely fur furnished
nished furnished with linen and dishes at
El Cangrejo. Two bedrooms, two
- bathrooms dining living room,
maid's room with bat by. all
screened, garage and hot water.
Phone, during business hours, 2-
' 0321; after business hours,. 2-
J 3525. v, ;, :
J FOR RENT Apartment 2 bad.
: rooms, living room, dining room,
i large kitchen, hot water. Via
1 EsptKa 117. Phone 3-1717.
FOR RENTi -In the best rosl rosl-,
, rosl-, dentlal district, netr, Hotel 81
: Panama, 2-bedroem apartment,.
' maid's room, front terrace, ga ga-i
i ga-i tege hot water, $110. Call 3 3-5
5 3-5 1421.: "s ,:.t:'v't. v
,T FOR RENT Furnished ape.
I moats, $50. Via ferras No. 101. t
f Fhona 8-2568. .-,v
f FOR 'RENT: Small apartment,
completely furnished, Excellent
i location..' Near all bus
- 43rd Street No. 13.
' FOR RENTLlvlng room, bed.
i room, dinette-kitchen. Ideal le le-l
l le-l cation, between 4th Jury Ave.
; and Calls Darien No. 14-21.
Easy access to Canal lone.
FOR RENT.- Modern apartment
. ( firtt floor): 2 bedrooms, back"
i yard and front yard, inspected
i and furnished $80. The best you
S f"d for this price. Ave. Jose
; do Fabrega Ma. 16, Pasadena.
US Resbres Enlry
Grcnl To 6vj:.:b
l!ov;s CciTCspcndeiif
GUATEMALA CITY, Sent. 11-
(UP) The Washington State De
partment has reversed itself snd
issued a grant to Guatemalan
journalist Julio Vielman to vist the
United States for a press semi
nan,, i-,,.-" -.'s."'--V:
U.S. Ambassador Edward
Sparks said ha had received in instructions
structions instructions from the state depart
ment to issue that grant to Viel Vielman
man Vielman so that he csn, attend the
three-week seminar conducted at
Columbia University's American
Press Institute. ir..... t
I Esrher, the' state department
had revoked the grant without any
explanation.:: i .-. ',',''7 tAs.v.-1
A member of the staff of El Im Im-parcial,
parcial, Im-parcial, Vielman is also local eor
respondent for the New York
Times snd the Copley News Serv
ice. t
1st Prize
' 451790
2nd Prize
;. 33311'
i -I;
3rd Prize,
U 111645

i 4 ' : X ... x September 9th
: 11. $4C3.C3 r (Accumulated) .2. $120X3 '(Accumulated) 3. S 13.C3 .!
., i Total... $5C0.CD

' ' .. x ... 0 ..II

z: rJ rr::ii cl "VulCClA LICC7.I?.A 3 imCLVEILT-

LESSONS

Do rose Waitoi School of Dtncing
accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 year old and up.
Classes for otgrnners, interme.
' diatea, and advanced students la
very age group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phone 2-2363. I
" Attention! Beginners coursb in
. Ballroom Dancing for Junior High -Students
starting Oct. 3rd. Reg.
fttration Sept. 15th, 2:00 p.m,
to 4:00 p.m. DORESE WAITES
School of Dancing, Columbus
'Club, Balboa.-Phono: 2-2363.
' Learning to point one's too in
rhythm, to sing together with
ethers, to recite in front of a
group may be taken for granted ;
' or may seem like a simple task
to the adult. BUT to the child
' this represents forward step is
his physical, social and mental
growth. Enroll him today in
( LLONA SEARS' dancing school,'
VEI Panama 3-1661, ext. 111.
New Spenith course for English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking people at University of -Panama
from September 17 to
October 31. Classes on Monday.
Wednesday, Thursday. Begi nners
9 to 10 a.m.. Intermediate 10
to 11 a.m., Advanced It to 12
aeon. Registration at Sacretary't
fflC. v.. r
Pacific Side Pre-teens
"r and Teenagers
Miss Harnett will hold reg registrations
istrations registrations for v ball room
dance classes Balboa YMCA
Sept. 14 Friday, from 4
to 5:30 p.m. "ft Sept. 15
Saturday 10:30 to 12 noon.
Beginners1 course will In In-elude
elude In-elude Walts Fox-trot -Jitterbug
and "Bop." All
party dances ft ballroom
etiquette. Free Dance Book.
16 V, hr.. lessons, all for 110. 110.-For
For 110.-For further information
call Balboa 2-4239. ,. v
Harnett Wmm
BobyoyWlip.FelI.
From Cambod Flat
Leaves Hospital :
Young'Russel D. Robinson, Jr..
Is home again. :
The 21-month-old i son of
Army Specialist Third Class
and Mrs. Russell D. Robinson
has been discharged from Gor-
rss Ho-pital following surgery
snd treatment to relieve a frac
tured skuII and. cerebral concussion.,-.
.., ,sr. ,., -.: :
Early last; month, the child
was, injured when he leu irom
the second story of a quarters
building his family was occupy.
Ing in Gamboa.
I

. FINAL SALUTE FOR "BADE -Eight elephants at the Paul Kelly animal to.
Ind, give "Old Babe- a final saluta befora aha it Juried r"?
tephanU in the circus world, Babe had outlived" hrSrt STZJ?"?? 5
head of the herd, ah bad spent the last yXweSSs"4 SoTaJ?
abandoned wagons of the Cole Brother, Circus. IhJ&ia'

RESORTS

, FOSTER'S "COTTAGES and lore,
beach house. One mile past Ca
sine. Phono Balboa 1866.
'HILL 'PS Oceontido Cottagmv
Ssnta Clara. Boa 435, Borneo.
bol 3-1673.
GramlitiVa Santa Ciara Beach
Cettagea. Modern conveniences,
derate rates. Phono Gamboa
1 6-441.; ' .
Baldwin's i furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach.-Tele-phone
Smith, Balboa 3481.
rihtfn simest rstdy for th
::,iVV.:.r.'. "-''-;; ire
U. S. Tcurlsl Sees
Ml G:me 0.r 'fins'
I!3xlcn llostilslily
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 7 ;(UP1
An American tourist who" rot. a
$1.60 loan from a local taxi driver
so he could see a baseball game
hid high praise today- for "true,
Mexican hospitality." ?
1 Fred Bielaski wrote a letter' to
the Mexican government tourist
comission commending the ex extreme
treme extreme courtesy of taxi driver Eus-

Help Wanted

WANTED; Experienced cook.
$40 to begin. Small family. D
at eppty if you don't know
bow to cook. Ave. Federice Beys
D4-22. .'
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Reliable maid need job 5 days
week. Will work in Etalbea or
Panama.: Call Panama 2-51 14,
ttittfrnan. Krs, hrMt
v'fM.i-fe.f
taeloMoMlaa.-"'" "-'
Bieliski said he took a tab and
ordered ths driver to take him- to
the ball nark. Arrivina there Hi.
laski discovered he had left his
wauet ai nis notei room. Angry
and disappointed, ha ordered Mo.
rales to drove him hack to the ho hotel,
tel, hotel, but the driver, an ardent base baseball
ball baseball fan himself, offered Bielaski
a loan of 20 pesos to buy his tick
et and get back to the hotel after
the-game..-' '-..
Next day Morales called on "Bio.
laski and got back his money and
a reward. "Courtesy Such ai his
leaves a lasting impression of the
true Mexican hospitality," Biela.
ski -wrote the commissions j



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CAPI TOL0 TOL0-t;e.
t;e. TOL0-t;e. 13c.
i! ;. T" ::gn
- Al'o:

1 EI' OF THE
' RIVES

. TtVOLI
JSe. 20c.
Spanish Frcgrara!
LA ETLLA OTERO
- Also:
. CLVB DE
SESORITAS

C II C I L 1 A

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30c

zxc: rnrNAL dcvtie!

F.jti I-on n Cornea
Borchers In 4
XXVI : l tUY GOOE3TE
Also: Anne Baxter J elf -Chandler
- Rorv Calhoun In
ICE SPCILEKS

ISc

15c

cash ox Driivrr.i
with Sfcelley Winters
' Also:
TARZAN AND TEX
SLAVE CIK.L

15e.

I KILL BILLY
THE KID
THE LOST FLAXET
THUNDFlTlN THE"
FIXES

In Future, Before Driving ::)
Your Id May Have to be It

By WILLIAM F. VOGLER

TRENTON, N. J. (UP) Driv Drivers
ers Drivers who like to dominate others,
fpAH nn Tritomont and iiimn to

h a sty; conclusions may hive dif

ficulty w btanune a license u

' i ','

V..a

810 kcs., Panama Gty
Telephone
. : PRESENTS

"i

T.M.kf. UhrkWL -.

"Owns her dut or vit'n through!

; 1 1 by Iw' Joll",0?-i: tJLi -1 J

. Today, Tuday, Sept 11

i'rL.wiiii'i Yonr ravoritt (rt-

: :' quests taken )sy phont

, till a:oo) , .
ft A XTa-vra

$:35 Wht Your F J

(cent a) : i
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
;l&-BLUa. RIBBON EPORTS
- REyiEW .(Pbst Been
:30 On SUu Amtrle
. (WBUL.
1:00 Interlude for Musle
7:lJHOW CHRISTIAN SCS SCS-,
, SCS-, ; ENCB HEALS . v.
i 7-30 VOA Report From U-S.

l:00world or ja ."",
$:3Q-Lif.iWitft The lyont
a-nfl-Vnn lakfd For It (rt

quests taken M phont

., .- Till- Tllll

10:30 luslc From'Hotel El Pn

mi i ft' I

10:45--Templ Ot Pretms -1

ll:00-C8ncert unaei lut
12:00 fllgn Of!.' v

Pinza Says Heart Atiack Viir
Inactivate Him For Sortie Time!

NEW YORK, Sept U;(UP

Musto recently asked "the stateGray haired' matinee idol; Eiiohad a falTand. mythips' re blac

I -walk a little funny-bacauje

... -i JjliS, v -. V

'"The doctor said I had.the.'sarr

lT0Borriw;Wedtte8dy fept.12

Ifskim Jhn.U
Durin, his .bsene., iwtad mov
and Hltv s on personalitiea will
S for hfffl with i
Tdy'a loinn ia ky Bob Hop.

HOLLYWOOD (OTA) -Washinjton
the other day, 1mm
-diately after being told
Hri..nhAuiap'a doctors tnai

""i-fw. iT.rd to swal

ll yiow. t oeciou

to know if my dialou had the

same effect on tverjuw.

C: Fc::. J h S:a
CI D::ccr

- PORT OF SPAIN. Ttinldad,

Sept. 11 ,(UP) Police inves-clirated-tha
nosslhilltv that the

findinsr -br two awimmers of

burlap bag fuu or noman re remain
main remain fln&tino- at xpa nff Plifton

hill fiMrh aevira1 riflva aon m&v

lead to a aolution of the myste

rious disappearance jDan at attractive:
tractive: attractive: an talented dancing

arirl ml.inv alnpa Jl SO-.

Thelma Haynes,- 23, formerly

witn uie aeoirry Homers? xroupe
now in New York, Disappeared
without a trac,e from her home

in oania uruz, .rruuaaa.
The Internal organs found In
the bag could be those of the
mlMinir dancei". mlVa sairl Re

ports thai police had also-found
a female torso had not been con

iirmea. u.; j ;

Thelma gave up her oareer to
heporoe the eonimon-law wlfo of

BoJand Hamkisoon; a lifeguard

at waraeas Beacn, wno len nis
wife and two children to live
with Thelma. They had' a baby
i daughter, joy,' ,18 months -old,

and Thelma wa expecting an another
other another child about December'.
.'Pnlii hftvft miest.ioned Ram-

klnsoon almost continuously for

the past week, nut ne remains
unshaken in asserting ho ?haa
not seen Thelma since he left

home in the morning ef Jul 30

a 1 " 1 v

.'1

lonlatnra In ffiv "increased em- Pin? aiid vmtrrAtv tha hurt at

phasis to humn engineering" an, tack he suffered in Italy last

less to tne meenamcai iacior i j montn wm Keep nun irom giving
.1.- I ..ilHmnfiK. 1 fW 11. 1 nl I A...niMj

me 5iuay ui uiumuus :,incierrsuers cacuauieu cTciiiu-- - --. r ---
Snma rfa tha fflimns into 1 i fnr anma lima to 'Mm, i -v iBOWCt, He told me BOt U let 01-

.mind of ihe man behind the wheij The M-year-old basso, who be cited, and- to lake JJiuigs ery ea-

the not-too-distant future, .' may prove more important thaii came a hit on Broadway in middle sy-.
While .the r prospect of a per- the view beneath the hood of hit age, limped off the liner Independ- ),. Tndeoendenc
annaiitv tt for riViv.r i. still iii vehicle. ence ready belatedly lo take his' '..".flulll?

ine uieoreucai siae, iapi. usrpiij

Salvation Army

jTdHold Bazaar

Tomorrow At 8

aBd; still have tim for a uick

v..-" -.

. Tow should nava ntara in aw
dience laugh. But tot m tall yir

i an awfuiiw v tirftd crawl ins

around under all. those seats with

that feather vatt r. -

Eva Mrie plays a Wonderful
charartpr in nur nicture. Wears

beautiful clothes. But in the-, key

ere iov ---1 scenes sne fcomes put w uvei
ed to take in 1 ;sneairtgij:ej pajamas. still, the audience
. mv latest Pieture, I j0.nl tom rt min1 Thav liltnH

in Feeling." I wantea Uh4,aM-howiin-wearinr hr

Eva Marta'c hnxhantf l waS on

the set at the time. I kissed her

and lansrhed richt in his face.

Then he kissed her and laughed

right in half of my face. Tne other
half was under his foot. 4

- Anyway, the picture war so

good, the- women walked Dut rof
the theater without even looking
fnr.thair ahn Ani) an anertator

the ead left something else. He
J-n u,K,lA kloalni

1V UUUI 'ICCU Uooiuj
the love scenes.'

a u ,

a-nn Cio-n On Alarm Clock

u.ui- --J.ti--

Se'tTrc: The SaVatlon Army Colon Cen-

jOMomlng Salon concerj b7hVld tomorrows MlhTnd
:i5hurch in The Wudwood D, A Guemrtt.
:30--Musical ReTeiilt p n(- ' V

Daupherstof the State Motor-Vo l I. M
hide Inspection Service, thinks ; J.gAlC0
may someday become a reaUly.
Capt. Dauphcrs, who heads the TA rj.Ul
uniquei Driver -Clinic : program int.x-'iij.n 10 fL.tj
New Jersey feels the psychology?

oi me ariver is as lmporiant, ioauy,i ijMiia
his' physical condition. ;. r (jViililU riJiL-xJ
With this aim in mind, the din-

ics in irenton ana wooaoury. nave MEXICO CITY, Sept. 11 (UP)
been coltectng data from accident Resident Adolfo Ruii CotU CotU-repeaters
repeaters CotU-repeaters dnve wvolved in fa- formally opened a $20 mil-

:wno nave Deen witnoui a, license
for io years or. more.

In aririirtnri In th nhvlcir lot

given the applicants depth pew

cepuuii, iieiu ui vision, .icacuuu
timawihav ar alsn ffivart a bat

tarv rtl lad riacipnaH tn revaal

significant data about their person

alities. i- -V ;
"We hope "to discover some
have- more- 'accidents than .'the

average driver," Capt;.' Pauphers

Said.'"-" .,'" 1'-
f "If 'we do trace Out personality
patterns for accident-prone driv drivers
ers drivers we may' someday be able
to spot them before they are given

npansei." na aflnen r i e ;

- Data from the. tests are studied
by Dsychotoests at New York Uni

versity, who have been making

a study Of the problem since .1852.
when, the Driver Clinic- program
I ..'I. -1 1 1. 1

oegan.;. noue, uie pro)4i
rnntimtinff ana a .rvnnrt in an

natoif frntn N V II in SantajTihar

Just what impact -the report will
hava' An 'tha itata'a mntnr vrrlula

jaws is .'pure conjecture", at, this

point. However there is growing
: j .1. 1 J

evmence- mai mcreasw ctuisui'
tion is being given the psychologi psychological
cal psychological factor .in automobile acci accidents.
dents. accidents. j ' J.

Gov. Kobert B; Meyner recently
nninteii mit that motor vehicle in

spection had a "psychological val value"
ue" value" since they made the motorist

''safety conscious." ,,
rarrvinv ; thit raannnlnff l ten

further Assemblyman William V. the drive. 1

-a i

fin.!aT f aahiraa asrtTf tnMna

fishing well, white elephant table!
la'e'ef ttke,' and other delicacies.

The public is invited, to attend.

.tUUJiaaiull ire

r i

I'm still waiting for tho verdict
from hospital a er tho D'lt
at C.lumbla. AH I knew far ia
that, nobody died.. But one nurao
.Um. kaaral a aalirioui pa-

' TVlU IN
i.n araulno with some angels

bout where b' avppowd .'
-While on the subject d hosmta s
. j.oi. tn uar comedian t

heart-1 must teU ypu something
about sneak- previews. The sneak
I.".;..; th.atar in which movies

giv their trial run is, an effect an

outsize antefoom, ot .m,.mmmm

-Amid- av capuvo "auaiifuwa
unsuspecting patrons who came
. to see something else, sit the ex expectant
pectant expectant fathers who spawned the
new film., They hope it will be a
child
sembUng .a lwp-beaded. monster.
. This tWasbingtcn1.-sneal -was.
- teryv: jhush.-hush.-'i i-: i iw.
One usher whose -unjiorm had
. .. oioanruMl all, OVer it. WHS

demoted to yice-admiral ,be"'5,

he came "to wont wuuuui i".
heels, Apd the -manager stood at
' the box office jind refused to let
six people irf on the; pounds tney
were, fond breathers. One ffuy
with hiccoughs ., wa c o u r t t-marUaled
marUaled t-marUaled and, hanged uu aQUiet
cornet: ', ".
Aftr fro show everybody Was
talking about my preat perform

t kaard' ana flUV IIV I v

. Just 'tha same, ho complinianftd

ma, aftar' a fashion. On tho way
tut ha recopnlaed me and id I
had' a lot af eolar. Tea bad he
datcribad tha colors as a yellow
streak.

To C; Prcir.!i'4:

C-:C!;ii!i;Cic:.)ij;!

London! .Sept. .ii- (up) Ma
rilvn Monroe ia an' egghead nov. nov.-She
She nov.-She became .the first member
of the newly-organized and intel
lectual Watergate Theater Club.
Its first production will be "A
View From the Bridge,"; pi a y
Kv tha atras' hiifihanri.

EZ aW.r.i.r. ArihuViMlle-rrno-Jowbrow him'-

but th'a is. tho. first Tim. iw,-. tll.

aw tm prev ew a--amaK,- miuki caju
"to Hmlywood, air the stars' ? to select audience last mght, while
anaak nreviews of their picture sUMarilyn sat next to him wearing:
Xh tM by-a-tight-fitung blade Wfit with a
maarinp extra makeup over their if tt piece. 1
jS! fSISris. My co-stars. AcWdinrto a gossip coltimnist,
?" A"i j r. a J ch. traatart "an anoreciative aud

i:va iviane aaun n .:v v o..-
Banded tried that and' got pan-; ence of pressmen to the b S leg

cake poisoning,' tie smy ... iuy
cas was diiferent.'but they got
the pulmotor to me before I suf suf-located.
located. suf-located. "'',.' '

But One you're in uie incaicr.

o-nnNe-ws

9:15 Sacxed Heart i tn
9:30 Paris Star Tim
10:00 News --I ?
10:15 Spins and Needles (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests i- taken by phone
till :30)

ll:00-News-. k'

11:05 Spins a n a n e a s
(cont'd)' f
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 Newa,

in ns rtmhtlma MalAfltea

12:15 M ELACH RINO MUSI-

. i CALE (Nescar)-.
12:30-weet And Hot :
1:00 News is- ''
1-15 Wuslc Of Manhattan
l:30-jBons Of The pioneera
1:5 French In Th Air
2:00 CT ex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
9-n Muain For You

3:00 Hank 1 Snow' Ana his
, Rainbow Ranch Boy
J:15-t-Sammy Kaye Show -3
:30-rMusic For Wednesday t
.j.nn. Vaatiira Pavlav

'4:30 What's' Your Favorite!

(requests t a k n py
- phone till 3:00) r."
8:S0-News-.
8:35 What's Your F a y o r 1 1
M (cont'd 1 '
6:00t-Allen Jackson (News)
1. . f Tt-fttyrfiTfl ,.

6:i5-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

Hawaii Calls -IWRUL) ;
IiaHs Of-Tvy -i
VOA Report From U J-
'.-Iluslc By ROth ,( ,
-Musical Theater
, ,ou Asked For' It (r (r--
- (r-- ; quests taken by phona
a till 1:30) ' 1

'.Cavalcade Of America i

'iCncert Under The Stars
.-.vJ Si,n Off.-

1. A;

lion:anti malaria campaign

throughout Mexico yesterday,
The five-year .program to
eliminate the mosquito-'berne

tropical disease is conouciea
jointly by the Mexican govern government
ment government tha Pan- American Sani

tary Bureau, the World flealth
.... .ii -. J -. A VI 1 1 rJ

organizaiiiion ana wuu,
Nations international Children's

Emergency fund iunicej-'.,
- i.tavinn nmiridac tha ariminls-

. "-.HI
trative personnel for the drive.

'i UNICEF proviaes iceniuciaua
and already has sent more than
i nnn teens, boats and helicop

ters, as well -an. Bpraylng and

other equipment,

Mexico to contributing $8 rnll-

llnn. nf th t.ntftl past' : :" ( .. n a,

vMore, than 10.000 government
wnrirei'a and volunteer are nar-

ticipating- .in the ?campaig.n

Which wm cover .apoui uuv-

fouruiad tne naonai ierrn.w ierrn.w-rv
rv ierrn.w-rv Tt i estimated that the area

tn k nvara'rl naeanta ahnut

... L il Im.

H.8 per ceil Oi wie miii-iu-

fested regions or tne Americas.
'According tq pUDtiff health rec records,
ords, records, 23,000 persons a)ed of ma malaria
laria malaria in Mexico last year, More

than-75 per cent I tne., coun country's
try's country's population live In malarla-

lnrestea areas. v. i
' The President- spokfr on na nationwide
tionwide nationwide radio hookup, from -the

National palace, a inaugurating

Ar'l Sr. ..v. lifa," a.v Genoa'in a wheel Chair but wai
w'f whn. to ? -5 able td walk" off today. He said
for a wtule. ,. t.. An,,nr.- .-j hi'. ir

trf." .'war t! fflx?! l ori T informatiott Jbout hi illnew
trouble after ignoring, doctors o ,h th h : hi .
ders to rest after an attack of dou-l th!11 tbe "v, ,ven ",m :

uMiaT.Um7',ttHn "In twl permanent' Injury
Broad.w.y musical Fanny. siH ,hi. of w.,linir tu

ia. l.L'lr' U,,,t,oclorf -w,ra 1 tack. e hastoUko things easi.

carpenter in Italy at the age oftD111 u''- : ' 'V
12 Ha wii a atir at .th Uatronn. 1 ....

htan Opera House for many years' pormgf Ijamboa

vtciui ej inuu'.uiiii m vivatu was j vaa
reer. Overnight, Pinza became a
hit singing' "Some Enchanted Eve-
nina", in ''Snnth Paaiff "'. v

Pmra suffered a heart attack at

ius riui in jtaij auk, i juinm
Hiatalv aftar arrivina Kr r vaatar

day with his wife, Doris, and their

uiree cnuaren, a went to bis
home in Stamford, Conn.
"As soon as L ean, I will -work
aetin." Pinza said.' "I feel a little

weak; but- since I've been.

board, I ve

Resident Visis, :

Sick Mother Here

Tnlah Watwin aar'varf hafra

Sunday to visit her mother, Mrt.

Jane snan, -a- patient at uorgaj
Hospital. --
- Wrf Wftfsnn mmrl nf f!,a.

boa has not resided on the Lithmua

since I've been, on for th past 11 years. She expects
had. a better feeling. 'to return to (he States. Saturday.
-i A '- V ; j. ; jJ

4

ouNporf orm Jj

-n ,i' ? -" "J,
m Dtka matnv mI : annnrrll .;..--. t

wilf uiiiai Miwvi w...... wv..a.vv-

t

of pricot

J ,pa)

? i : i .. v- lV- f .-'. ": ''.' ..

Ipso if can shirt

on irong
canpaigns

Mil 111' ,IJ
...
-

Show that has ever been put oh at

the theater. -
Tha Watprcata ernun. as a nri-

vat club, can produce; the Milleri
i i J nHA.J

nav.wmcn iibu run un uiwu'

. VVlllVI ll.M .. .. ..

It's nice to sit in the audience way. ii aii iw uu puir
while Uie picture's on. In the dark lie presentation in regular; thea thea-yoil
yoil thea-yoil can cock an eat m all direc'ters here because it pertains, to
tions, to hear what the public says homosexuality. t -

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Showirij M Vcur Szrvice Center Uzitrts T6oight

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-THE GREATEST LOVE
, 4:3 7:38 :t5 p.m..
with Alexander Knox
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A SHORTS CARNIVAL!
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Competing against some of tne toughest motor oils
on the market, HvoUn$ demonstrated its Tast aupe aupe-riority.
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You'nlje mighty glad you did.

1 1.., al ttfssljj

.....n ... 4nuiinina tamhAurin Aueen who

' jane ivnsscii, a : i. iu
has neter heen a bridesmaid, alway a "bride! stars with
Cornel Wilde, as footloose P1""1"
ma "nOT BLOOD, Which OPENS AT THE LUX. "HQT
BLOOD" fportedly la the first motion picture t show ro ro-maiitiC
maiitiC ro-maiitiC Romany Ilf as it'g sctuailT lived 'to the nlted
State today. As rypales, th stars bring to entertaining life
the romantic tribal customs, the Romany rhythms and I sen sensuous
suous sensuous dances of the migrant, carefree peopte HOT BLOOD
in Cinemascope and Technicolor OPENS ON WEDNESDAY
It AT THE LUX. ,' J1. !"' ",. '

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Wed. Thurs. "fa Items"

niABLO IITS. C:15

Yvonne de Carlo
John Ireland .'
"HURRICANE .SMITH" ---

Wed. "Houston Story" ...
IGAMBOA ?:0 ,'''' ;
("You're Never Too Young"
i Wed. "Hurricane Smith''
GOTN 2:30 7:60
j "Footsteps In the Fog"
I Thurs. "Double Jeopardy"

, MARGARITA 6:15 1:15
Joan Crawford
jack Palance
, "SUDDEN FEAR"
Wed. "Double Jeopardy"

.FARAIiO :15 8:10
, "CLIVEa TWIST"

CRISTOBAL 6:15 7:45 .,
Air-Conditioned

Joanne Jordan

Pat Middelton

"I Coyer The Underworld"
Wed: "Hell's Horizon" !i

SANTA CRUZ :C0 85
"Postmark For Danger"

"Devil's Canyon"

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Vm iniiniii m ia 'n'liaw laaoiJ mmmtm-M

DRIVE -1 15

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A GREAT FICTCRE!
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In TECIIXICCLC":!

"! Tcr.orrc! j
A Gr.AT 'ATTRACTION
: ''FRAN'S SINATRA"
- Debbie Reynolds in'
THE TENDER TRAP
In TECHNICOLOR!
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' ninrninTirr, Vinren lltllna nW fnOirieaf COm-

- ; rsiiiji vhij "c Su.-..., -'""i1,,
edr that OPENS ON WEDNESDAY 12 AT THE CENTRAL,
is packed from start to finish with great music and specta spectacular
cular spectacular production, but above those assets loom the terrific
performances of its starsThe superb cast of Blng Crosby,
Donald O'Connor, Jeanmaire, Mltri Gaynor aftd PhU Har Harris
ris Harris sing, dance and clown to a virtuoso display of their tal talents
ents talents that tttps anything we're seen hereabflots Irt an age.Tne
film itself is an tofectiouslf gay musical; frolic .with .Ir .Irresistible
resistible .Irresistible appeal. It's big, It's lavish, it's t urrtiy and It's tune tuneful,
ful, tuneful, and none of these features were matter of chance. A
lot of talent went into the picture and a load of entertain entertainment
ment entertainment came out. "ANYTHING GOES" In VlstaVlsion and
Technicolor OPENS AT THE CENTRAL ON WEDNESDAY 12.

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Toledano, DeRaps Cop
Second, Third Flights
. ; Mer French, who has "been playing some fine
golf of late, easily defeated Elwood Compton, the si silent
lent silent man from the West Virginia hills, in the final
of the Penf old Golf Ball Tournament at the Brazos
Brook Country Club, ;' ,' .''; li ii 'v-'ilii

rrench u one tip at the turn
despite two good birdies by
Compton tt 'No. 1 and No. 4
holes. "French continued, his
steady play on 'the back nine
and closed out Compton on the
19th green;-'.
In the second flight, Herbert
Toledano, the Cinderella man
wbn his first bis prize In golf
when he defeated Elton Bell
one-up. This match was all even
at the end of the regulation 18
,
, llafclUijira,
1 Teams
Milwaukee
Brooklyn
Cincinnati ;.
St. Louis
Phfladelph'a
Pittsburgh
W
13
(2
SO
61
S3
fit
56
54
Pet CB
.60S
,599 1
.584 3
.500 UYi
.467. 19
- .435 tVi
All 26i
Ml UYs
ew INI
Chicago
TODAI'S GAMES
Milwaukee at Brooklyn (N)
Cfcicinnati at New York
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N),
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N)
; TKSTERDAI'S RESULTS
? -. Open Date "",
US Army Officer;
1st In Per,!:!'.!
AH
BERNE, Switzerland,. Sept. 11
U(UP) U.S. Army lstLt. Edgar
Ohalrwon the international
trfodern pentathlon meet here
yesteulaywedeiu. nlaced first
in team standings,, according to
official results, '! i
Sweden's ; Lt. '.Sture Ericsson
won the meet's last, event, the
4,000 meter eross-country run.
Official individual standings
after the fifth' and last event
were:
1. 1st Lt. Edgar-Ohalr, U.S.
4599 nolnts. v..
2. BJoern Insulander, Sweden,
4556..
, 3. lst'Lt. Petrov Oarahoyer
Austria. 4505.
4. Lt. Sture Erlccson, Sweden,
4469. -v
5. Andrlano Pacchlnl, Italy,
4400.
6. Capt Aake Julln, Sweden,
4381.'
7. 1st Lt. Harlan Johnson, VS.,
4259' ";' r i
, IttT.t TT TT nim flnrltai.
land, 4258.
in the final team "standings
Sweden took place, with -13,406
points, .followed by the United
States with 12,558.

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holes and an extra 'nine holes
were played before. Toledano

eked out his narrow victory.
The third flight was nip and
tuck all the way with Hank De De-Raps
Raps De-Raps winning over Pat Cahill
one-up. i
The tournament committee
thanks C. B. Fenton for his gen
eroslty In donating the y prizes
for this popular event which at
tracted an unusually large num num-ber
ber num-ber of entries.
u
An:rlcri lcz;s)
Teams
New York
W
88
16
76
75
69
59
57.
43.
L
49
59
59
61
67
77
79
ta.
Pet. GB
.642
.563 11
.563 11 f
.548 12 V,
.507 184
.434 28i
.419 SOVj
419 44
Cleveland
Chicago
Boston .
Detroit
Baltimore
Washington
Kansas City
TODAI'S GAMES
New York at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Chicago (N),
Baltimore at Cleveland (N)
Washington at Detroit
YESTERUAY'&itESULTI
" 1 Open Date v
Centra! American
Baskclbzll Toumsy
Hare Seplsinbsr 30-
The Sixth Central American
Basketball Championship, with
Costa, Rica, Guatemala, Hondu Honduras,
ras, Honduras, El Salvador,' Panama and
possibly, Nicaragua competing,
will get underway at the Na
tional uym sept, zo, it was an announced
nounced announced today by the organiz organizing
ing organizing committee. :.; i y
The decision was reached at
a meeting last night after com committee
mittee committee members Prof. Oscar Su Su-man
man Su-man Carrillo of the Physical Ed Education
ucation Education Department and Mauri Mauri-clo
clo Mauri-clo Menasche," local ousiness ousiness-man,
man, ousiness-man, returned from a trip to all
of the participant countries;
- It had been originally planned
to start the series on Sept. 15,
The National Government last
week alloted $10,000 to cover the
cost of bringing the vlsitinz
athletes and delegates, which
will begin arriving here Sep 18.
Costa Rica, Guatemala, Hon
duras, El Salvador and Panama
wlUhave male and female play players
ers players participating.' ; Nicaragua
may send a girls teapu
Arrive
Cristobal
i, Sept 14
Sept, 17
,.M,....Sept 21
..V. .Sept. 28
'...Oct. 5
Oct. 12
Arrives f
; Cristobal
.Sept.
.v.Sept.
Oct,
. ; ; . ; . . ....... .Oct.
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PANAMA '2-2904

',

HELPFTJLf Brooklyn crying
for pitching, decided to bring
Ralph Branca back to help in
the late .going. Branca, 30, .is
considerably younger than
some of the mound talent be-,
' ing reclaimed of late.'
Manila Miracle
Heeded To Cslch Up
Vith Rylh's Pace
r "KANSAS CITY, Mo.; Sept. 11
Ur)Mickey Mantle needs
a miracle now to catch up to
Babe Ruth's record home run -1
pace of 1927 and the only j
thing he has going for him to-
day is Art DJtmar, a pitcher
ho likes to bit against.' ,"
.. .:.1..r.I v .., SE.;l.,t.i.
t : V l : '-l 1 if 1 ''
Ditmar, Kansas City right
bander, has yeilded two hom homers
ers homers to Mantle this year, but
both were n Yankee Stadium
in New York. Mantle has hit
eight homers against Kansas
City's' pltchtag this year but
only one was in the park here.
7'ManW now has 47 homers
in 137- games. He needs 13 In
his remaining 17 games ? just
to tie Ruth's mark of 60. Rath
had 49 in 137 games in 1927,
which puts Mantle two behind.
But Ruth hit three in.hls next
three game which put him te
52 for 140 games.
-' To stand up to that pace,
Mantle would have to hit five
in his next three contests.
Gold Dust
. By HERBEIT MOISE'
'. Several weeks ago while the
National Boxing Association of
America wag having its conven convention
tion convention uv Havana, Cuba, one of the
delegates proposed that the NBA
affiliates abolish the present
system of scoring5 by the "ten-
point-must'' and in its place use
the "fivfe-point" system. This
delegate .used as an argument
that it would niake for quicker
decisions and less detailed addi
tion for thejudgest .w-'.w
.; --77 i..t.v.v',--r. v
We, spoke to Daniel Delgado
buarte, president of the" colon
Professional Boxing Commission
and delegate to the NBA con convention,
vention, convention, about thisv new system
that theY approved almost Im Immediately
mediately Immediately and unanimously in
Havana. He told us that there
was;nothing new- in detail ? as
compared to the present scoring
system except "for thfact that
it would streamline and -minimize
the work of those charged
with making quick, but-honest
and equitable decisions." tl yv
in the' current 'Sen-pbliit-must,"
.the winner of the round
gets 10 points to his credit While
the loser gets anything between
one and nine. If the sound is ad ad-Judged
Judged ad-Judged even then both fighters
are sjiven 10 points. Delgado told
us that the ;'five point" scoring
proposed would only cut the
scores in half therefore ellmU
natlnw the. cumbersome tallying
at the end of each round
K Is our oplnlop' that after
Delsado makes his. formal report
to the Colon Commission today
and proposes the. adoption of
the new scoring system, in order
to maintain a conformity. Vlth
the NBA. that the Atlantic Side
commission, a eroup always pro progressive
gressive progressive in action; will readily
accept and approve its nse.JThis
system may become universal as
several members of the NBA are
already using It with effective effectiveness.
ness. effectiveness. It was also mentioned that
ithe New York area, the only
other important boxing group, is
seriously considering the n$e of
this five-point system. ,
Here, Is a question, addressed
to all oldt'mers: -Can yon re
member seeing. Nat Fletcber
refcrrelng a boxing match here
i'i Panama sometime around the
opening of the .canal?, v if o,
P'ease contact us through the

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World Series To Open ;0ct 3
In City Of fU. Flag Winner-

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By CARL LCNDQUIST
NEW YORK, Sept. 11 (UPt
Baseball fans at least knew
when the World Series will be
played today, even though they
don't have the foggiest .notion
about just who will be in it. :
Commissioner Ford Frick met
with representatives of five
clubs yesterday and set the
opening date for -Wednesday,
Oct. 3 in the city of the Nation National
al National League winner, wherever that
is.. .; : ...
Actually, he wasn't 100 per
cent sure about that either,
because he had to make provi provision
sion provision for a possible two or three
team playoff in the National
League, which conceiva b 1 y,
could delay the start of the";
Series as much as a week.V Y
But if everything winds 'uo
normally' on Sunday, Sept.' 30
ana Milwaukee, Cincinnati, or
Brooklyn is an undisputed win winner
ner winner in the National .the series
will begin three days later in
trie nark of that winner. The
club owners regarded lt as a
foregone conclusion that the
New. York Yankees will be the
American League winners, even
though the Cleveland Indians
held out a forlorn hope b send sending
ing sending a representative to the.
meeting in Frick's Radio City offices.--
.!, v'V .,.',',' -, i-: V
If Milwaukee or Cincinnati
win, there will be an' open date
for travel to New York on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, Oct. 5 with the series re resuming
suming resuming in Yankee Stadium on
Saturday, Oct. 6. There will be
games there for three days with
another-day of travel set for
Tuesday; Oct 9 back to the Na
tional League city If the best
four-out-of -seven-game classic
Isn't decided by then. T; ,, 4
Tiger
, 3'-' -.-' IV.
By TREVOR
SIMONS
fTiger" trainers Luke Palum
bo and Paul Moser : debarked
from the Panama liner Panama
last Wednesday afternoon amid
the cheers of many 'of their
football players who had come
down to the piers to greet them,
And it was but a matter of
less than two hours after the
docking of the ship that head
coach Palumbo was out on the
Tiger practice session at strode
Field to look over his charges
who had been working Out for
nearly two weeks under the
watchful ey of last year's star,
Kaiser Bazan.- v
Whether what we saw that
Wednesday afternoon was en encouraging
couraging encouraging or not Palumbo is not
saying, but how can one .- help
but guess that his thoughts were
mainly centered around replace replacements
ments replacements for .'his two big stars of
1955, cnarue Fears and Bazan.
who stood alongside the coach, as
he watched, the '58 team go
through its paces. "4i
As he quickly scanned his
players, palumbo -n rob a bly
sought ample replacements for
another nair of rridders. his son
Luke Jr. and Ricardo Lorences.
All four of those' players bad
made the All-Canal squad and
had materially aided Cristobal
High l School In ,; fielding' an
eleven1 which,' though tabbed
nre-season underdoes, defeated
J.C. twice, tied the mighty Bull-.
aogs from BaiDoa once and made
no bones about "prominently an announcing
nouncing announcing that they were door doormats
mats doormats for no one. But they are :
now lost to graduation and with
them went team-captain Louis
Taber and end Allen Robinetie.l
But if Palumbo did any rem
iniscing it dldnt last Jong. Two
practice sessions were announc
ed for Thursday, another for
Friday and still ; another 7 for
Saturday morning as the Cris-
tooai coacn sougnt to mold to
gether a 1956 team that could
even better their record of the
previous season. ; ....
Ten returning letter-men of
1955 add to the Tiger hopes for
a good season., Much of these
hopes will lie in the performance
which- Cristobal can extract
from Milton Grover; a big fast
lines-man who should hit his
high-school peak this yeajf.-Ray
Croft seems tabbed for: one of
the half-back positions alongside
the diminutive Billy Rankin, the
Tiger who won acclaim last vear
when 'he capably used his speed
ana sniruness to run back a
Balboa punt for; Cristobal
touchdown ihat gave the Tigers
a tie against BHS. ;
, .Tnere wiu pe tnree others
vieing for back-field positions.
Robert Lowe, David Hawthorne
and Windy Sasso will all be In
competition for the Quarterback
and Fullback, slots. Barry Davi Davison,
son, Davison, the senior who understudied
young Luke Palumbo at center
last year should have a lock en
tne first string- sure 1 or 195S.
while Russell Favorite, 212 pound
sophomore alternates at most
of thellne positions. A

ut Up Or Shui Up'

dyn Do
V
- If Brooklyn wins, there will
;be no break until the Series is
completed,: barring .postpone .postponements
ments .postponements because of weather. V"',
' It there is a two or three way
tie in the National, necessitating
a piayolf, tft World Series will
begin the day after the-playoff
is completed If Brooklyn is the
eventual winner. But if it is Mil
waukee or Cincinnati in" a play playoff
off playoff scramble, then the Series
will be delayed- for still another
day for travel time. v 5
. Commissioner Frick ruled out
air travel for the Series, statins
that he had nothing against it
as m seasoned ainmes veteran
himself, but that it wasn't nec
essary because of the travel time
allowed.: "X'-?;' ..
All three .contending National
League clubs werf authorized to
permit kme printing ol tickets
and to arrange for their dlstri dlstri-bution
bution dlstri-bution whenever they were ready
10 uo 30, r ,-.
The Braves oalcklv took ad advantage
vantage advantage of that, announcing
m Milwaukee that they would
accept orders for Series tick tick-ets
ets tick-ets beginning next Monday.
The Braves said .no orders
; would be honored unless post post-,
, post-, marked Sunday. Sept. 16 r
-The Dodeers and Redlen said
Miey j wouia, h announce their
plans for sale of tickets later
The Yankees 'also r said thev
would make an announcement
shorf.lv l. ':'' ; s
Ticket nrlces will be the same
as last year; $10 for a box seat
$7 for. reserved grandstand,. $2
ior Dieacners, ana 14 lor Stana
ing room. 'VThe prices include
federal tax.: Local taxes, if- any,'
wm oe aaaiuonaL
Rags
r,
ends in Johnny Forrest,' letter
iiinii uma last year, anq piu
Gibsoii.. The latter shows iaiuch
promise of outshining his two
brothers, Noel ahd Bob, b,oth,of
wiiom piayea many years ox var varsity
sity varsity ball, in all Cristobal Hieh
School sports. And then there is
a freshman named' Don Bruce
who could become Cristobal's
iu-ss, lour-ietter man m many
seasons. -v.- ..,,-iv".vv.-These
andiothers are what the
Tigers wiU field, on the Gridiron
when the jamboree, annual spec spectacle
tacle spectacle that heralds the opening
of the jsthmian- football sewon:
takes place at Mt. Hope Stadium
on Sept, 28. 'f i
Cristobal emild Mtihi mof.h
their 1955 performance.They
have the -material, and from the
taut among tne Tiger eridders
one gather the conclusion that
maitching 1955 V will not. be
enough, It appears that; they
will, settle for nothing less than
an improved season and that de determination
termination determination Jcould land Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal in the No. 1 spot for the first
time in more years than we pare
to count. And that would be OK
with Atlantic side fans too.v
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By MILTON RICHMAI9
v-- J,-- -- :
NEW RORK, Sept. 11 UP) UP)-It
It UP)-It could be "put uo or shut up'
today for the Brooklyn Dodgers,
who have bern babbling a Ions
time about catching Milwaukee
but noo doing anything concrete
about It.
. Veteran. Sal Maglle,; the 30-year-old
ex-Giant right-hander,
gets the chance; to pitch the
Dodgers into a tie for first place
today and if the Brooks can beat
Milwaukee ace "Rob Buhl a
trick they have failed to do in
seven previous tries this year-
tney-will own at least a share
of the National League lead for
tne first time since last April
28.' '.-..-i.
: While the' Braves and Dodgers
are ait each other's ihroat in the
first of a. two-game series. Cin.
cinnati, in third place three
games off th nace. will me
the ; New. York Giants in tiie
rirst 01 a two-game set. ; -"'f:
"Naturally, I'd like to knoek
off Brooklyn in- both games,'
M Milwaukee manager Fred"
Baney, -but I think the .press .press-are
are .press-are is more on them than if
is on us. We're on top and the?
.nave to catch us. A spilt woum
still leave us in first place and
it would mean two less games
for Brooklyn to play. fi
Haney, however,1 said V the
Braves weren't shooting for an
even BjMt. :- ...-( ..';'
: "Wie want to win 'em alj, now,'
h declared: .'
The little Milwaukee 1 skipper
announced that Andy Pafko, the
ex-Dodger, would play left field
instead 01 Boooy Tnomson in
the- two eames at Ebbets Field
There, wag also a possibility that
rooKie j'enx Mantilla mignt be
at shortstop In place of Johnny
Logan,' suffering with A ; slight
iiu injury. i t,.:.
1 tninK i .1 can play even
though the rlh: hurts," 'Logan
said, "But I won't be sure until
I get to the hall park.. v
l. ;. V ... X .''i.
,' In tomorrow's game, the fi finale
nale finale between the two : clubs
for the season unless of
course playoff results big
Don Newcombe, the Dodgers'
13-game winner will face Lew
Burdette ) second-half of the
BravesV ,ne .two pitching
aaiin(va
Meanwhile, manager: Birdie
Tebhetts of the- Redleesi pre
dicted that his club would be
back in second place after their
games witn the Giants and Mil Milwaukee's
waukee's Milwaukee's games with Brooklyn.
"I think Milwaukee will beat
Brooklyn twice and I'm sure we
are going to staitt moving after
those three losses to fit" Louis."
saia reDoem.-i ..j :.it .a-v
wny shouldn't we bounce
back? ':We always have before,
naven 1 we7" t
With time srowlme short
Cincinnati has only 17 tames
remaining, the same number as
Milwaukee and Brooklyn Teb
betts nominated Larry Jansen,
once a mainstay with the Gi Giants;
ants; Giants; to face rookie Joe Margo-
nen in xoaay s game, . ..,
Following vei terdav's bie
league iuii, in wnich ail teams
woK'.k aay orr, tne, cardinals
meet the Phillies tonigbt and
the Cubs square off aeainst the
pirates..; 4 c". vL-bK."..'. .; m
In the American .- laviie.
where ; the runaway. v Yankee
sport an 11-game lead- and even
ultra-cautious Casey Stengel ad admits,;
mits,; admits,; 'IThings don't look so .bad
for us anymore." hU charm an
hoping to clinch the pennant as
early as Sunday.' 1 .
. The Yankees' "magic num num-ber1
ber1 num-ber1 Is eight meaning that
any combination of eight yan yan-kee
kee yan-kee victories or eight defeats
suffered by either the Indians
or White Sox, botht tied for'
econd place will e the
Yankees fie flag.
Siartlrur a 14-cam winr fh
Yankees meet the Athletics at
Kansas City tonight with John Johnny
ny Johnny Rucks going against Art
Ditmar. v ....
Baltimore Is at ripvplanrt
where veteran Bob Lemon will
be trying for the aonth viotnrv
of his career :. and. 19th of the
Season, while in nthor T. cromV
the Red Sox meet the White SOx
at Chicago .and Washington is
at Detroit., ; ; . :

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Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

Diamond

By Victor Gray

''' A M E R. I C A N L E A GUI' 1
' i ... j.- .. . i ....
Percentagewise, the league leading New York Yankees wera
the wlnnlngest aggregation in the games played last week ia
the Junior Circuit.. Stengel's hirelings won five of their six
scheduled contests for a percentage of .833. ;
As things now stand any eight New 'York triumphs or
Cleveland defeats will do the trick. At present, a. major bat- -?J?
o mgeA between the Cleveland Indians and Chicago';
White Sox for second place, both clubs being tied in the 'stand 'standings
ings 'standings with 76. win and '59 defeats. .
u 'i?0, Dlac5 Boston ls lust nd half behind, an
tne Indians do not Improe over their last week's showing,
it?"11 e.Iy that lhey wm wtod UP at tallend spot of
the first division. .. .-v.--..
V'J du lf' there are ridt 20-ganie ."winners' in the American
Lwgue, but almost, certain to achieve the honor are pitchera
JSoftutheWhlte Sox with'-19-8, the Red SoxV Tom -Sf??5
I'Ithr? Yankees' johnny Kiicks and Whltey Ford
wnn 10-7 ana 17-5 resoectivelv and th. rnHimi1 inh. r.m

Last week's play viavthe
V; -Y'-.'i'.:. ''.;,... :.-'
ew yon -. . ,, ... . a ... 6
Boston ,r..8
Chicago .... ,.,.. .,,.7
Detroit vi .". ... , t 7
Washington v. . .8
Cleveland ,.7
Kansas City. ..,.,....,.;,.7 2
Baltimore ,t a ; : .8 1

Season'sotaltarl as follows:

. i -!
:t.i
? 40
59 .'
59
61
67 I
77 1
:'-'v-''!VKGi'
New York ..v.l3t
Cleveland ....135
Chicaga ..,..,135
Boston .'.'.....136
Detroit, ...... 13ff.
Baltimore ;...J36
Washington v. 136
Kansas City .135
W.
88
76
76
75
69
59
57
A3
Pet
.542
. ;63
'63
MB

.507 k 648
'; .434 .484
.419 1574
J19.502
i -4879

79
'92
543 543
.. 7 y :
(Games of Sunday,
Sy,MJf:jNAT ION A
Milwaukee f ana. wera of th

I Cr lv J1"" fc"u tue remaining days planning how ;'
to beat tha VnnVp In turn uin.u o.-t.r

.However, baseball being so unpredictable, we find the Bravea -struggUng
to maintain their one-game advantage over the per-'
sistent Dodgers, when not less than week ago, they aportedl
a aoraewhat comfortable four-game leadL i.-t poriea
,J Brooklyn with 12 of its. remaining games, to be nlaved in."
the confines of friendly Ebbets Field seems Ht ? bi firoff "fr
the schedule, but league-leading MUwaukee and third-place
Cincinnati should not be sold shr.rf. thnr rn.

their home parks rates rather

'W. M nome Rames out H remaining and'
l2! 5S?eg?jwm ?Lay same number in Crosley Field with
the other 14 on the road. Anything Is likely to harpen As
things shape up at present It is a wide open race, and the -team
taking! eovantage of the breaks should be. the wmner." -'
Milwaukee's tailsDln last week ranH t?-... V. v

their many lol owers. The Braves took It on the chin on five
straights passions and it was hot untU Sunday when the
Haneymen f nally put themselves together, with Hank Aaron
In the divers' seat, to knock oft the pesky Cubs in both end of
a doubieheader. ...
Aaron by the .way Is bidding for the batting crown In the
National League and at, 24 will wind up as the youngest atlw
lete to od the honor.
v -Fourth place St. Louis Cardials with'five wins In tii ouU
ings topped the other dubs 1or tha honors of last week.

How they fared:
G. W.
St.' Louis
6 3
Brooklyrx
Milwaukee .
jpnuadeiphla .';.',:...
Pittsburgh u ;..... ;.T
Cincinnati .1. ..7
Chicago .'....;.,..., .7
j .
Season's totals:
29
" "' ' V '' G. W. L.
Milwauke e...l37 83 64
Pet.
, .609
.599,
.584
.500
.467"
.435
.413
-.397.
Brooklyn .'....137 82 55 1
Cincinnati ,137. 80 57
St. Louis .....136 68 68
Philadelphia .135 63 72
Pittsburgh . .138 60 78
New York ....136 56 80
Chicago, .,...,..136 54 82
(Games of Sunday,

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following table
4-1 .... ...
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opponent!
L.
1
2
2
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-'5
7
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.833
- .750
.714
.714
J75
.286
R.
39
49.
37
45
.29
H. E.
60, 3
88 14
13i
46
62
59
70
88
55
58
10
29
27
36
58
24
4
10
8
61
73
72
1542
5
3
8'
i-28t- 23
.125 19
64
55
7 33
6 36
79
29 19
256 515 56 256 615 .56
opponents
CR.
746
619.
648 y
659
E. -121
113
102
128
R. H
1203
1079
1170
1248
,1237
1046
1099 (
1094
9122
527' 1070
497 1051
530 .1060
628 1141
154
113-
131
110
114
131
119615
120 ,577
1175.
1140
114 17!
140 72'
1288,111
1197 103
9122 967
967 4879
September 9, included);
LLC AG V I 1 t "
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highly. ... ,
opponents
B. H. E. 1
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Pet.
.833
'.714
.500
.375
J75
.429
-.429
'.429
nn r.
19-57
25 58
26 69
25 65
1
19
20
52
62
62
78'
74
59
66
56
4
5
7
1
hv2
4 ,4
5 V 27
5
5J
4
8 39
7 -30
8 26
2 25
28
24
33
25
3 19
29
205 509 41 205, 509
41
; opponent
R. H. E,
488. 1073 108
513 1062 104
R.
602
608
648
599
562
" H.
1116
1116
1170.
1223
' 1078
1142
1084
1035
106
101
97
549 1061 118
HI'- 595. ,1132 111
119 586, 1140 .108
52
50;
145 556 1123
114 603 1 122
124 533 1045
116
122
119
435
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When was the last time two

western division teams had a

clear chance ibis late at the Na
tional League pennante

All fant answering win receive
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reading taste.

THE BROOKLYN-MILWAUKEE

two-game series at Ebbets Field,

accepted by most as the settling
point of the race, might wind up
as a' mere sideshow to the four
games each Cincinnati and the
Brave have to play at Connie

Macs: btaaium.
Both teams move into Philadel

phi a after playing Brooklyn. The
Braves, losers of six out of seven
in that spot so far,' will jam the
four games into a three-day period.
The Reds, also able to win only

one game there so far, will be for

ced to pity two twi-aight double-

headers.. ;

Neither club figures to go in

there with robust pitching. Curt
Simmons can throw again and
Robin Roberts, despite his rocky

season, never can be counted on

11 a natsv

Nobody ever accused Philadel

phia of being garish. That would'

seem to make the town a proper

spot Jo bury somebody's pennant

hopes., ...';-'v

' REO'SHOENDIENST OP THE

GIANTS decided, a few days ago,
that defense is the key to this race.

So he fingered Brooklyn as the

club -to win. This left r red Haney

and Birdie Tebbetts wondering

what you have to do to be noticed.
Tebbetts. at the time, had. al

ready been playing Alex Grammas

as a regular at intra in place 01
Ray Jablonski. Grammas swung
the stick authoritatively against
Milwaukee, but that was strictly

a bonus. He's in there for his glove
only, Jabbo and his bat have been

forgotten.

And Haney has been lifting first

It's Stanford On Coast
-Strictly For Talent

(Third of a terras.)
BY LYNN O. WALOORI
Head Coach, California.

ond In our sector last season, has
another .ood team coming up, but
the Beavers will no longer have-'-

1 we aavantage of catching any op
BERKELEY, Calif. (NEAV ponents by surprise. John Witte.
Stanford is solid choice to win the rates ar, ong the best tackles in in-Pacific
Pacific in-Pacific Coast Conference cham-; the land. The single wing styli
pionshlp in 1956 I of attack U in the hands of Joe
And I would like to straighten Francis- at tailback and San Wes.
vi it lMnnxxntlnH ttm lit tint In. 1

T mnurawfuuu w io iir iey, a nny wujgoack. botn reui

rinnt rut that a Ajmlaria An u I i w

because of the PCC penalties im-

'

'A

ajMfliayfaaaWfafeln4h-

REDUCING THE HARD WAY--John Wertzberger, Kan as sophomore center, showed up
at fall practice weighing a not-too-i leasing 231, as far as Coach Chuck Mather was concerned;)
So Wertzberger started on a diet of ush-ups during two- day praclio aessions.

Pennant Races
At A Glance

NATIONAL LEAGUE

COSMOPOLITAN MIXED BOWL
ING LEAGUE OPENS 195U-51
SEASON ...
. For the first time In the his history
tory history of the league, the Cosmopo
litan Mixed League started the
season an s all-sponsored
league. I

Thanks W me generuua uici

baseman Joe Adcock as early as, chants of Panama City and the

JOE WILLIAMS

I" Inasmuch at the Yankee, appear WdW

keeping 1'affaire Riwuto neiore w P. -'h Z,..
' Obviously, the Tankees; tojS
tef on waivers at the standard ree of $10,000, had not the tog toggles?
gles? toggles? noZ that the Kansas City clno felt It wamaklng an
important tontribution to an emergency, and having done so,
would be suitably rewarded (at- h later date. s
:- OthVrilse. you can be sure the. Yankees .notlnh
been betrayed into unbecoming "IxrJana "IxrJana-tona
tona "IxrJana-tona rambling and belated statement they issued In fxpiana-
?Vror?he 'abrupt dismissal of-the yeterar 1 shortstop whp
helped them win so many penntnts and World Series.
For example, at one- point the statement (alternately
snarling and moving) reads: "To answer "rta'n.f Uberately
mialeadine ana untrue-(newspaper) 'articles, all clubs in tne
SeSnllaSu; Thad prior opportunity to claim Slaughter,
and no one ever does' anything to assist the Yankees.
.-' nnmn-i iniiiKHres of baseball .Nobody

hrini : the Yankees They have t5 do it all alone. If. hard and
bluer UfeYplS stm remember that Billy Martin drove to
his dra boVra in a new CadUleo and sought to prove he was
. hhin -ami .What they don't know is that it wasnt a

gold Cadillac. '

the sixth Inning if the Braves nave
even a one-run lead, He puts in
Frank Torre, who wishes there

was no such thing as bitting. Fig
ure men say Haney has deliber

atelv tossed away more than 75

chances to get runs via Adcock's

bat with this switch. "'

It also appears Gene Conley's

frozen handed play against the

Dodsers last time out has put him

in the bullpen permanently. .The

Braves ar. going to go an ine way
with Lew Burdette, Bob Buhl and
Warren Shahn doing the starting

and Taylor Phillips, the lelt-nanded

rookie; fitting Into nemefiency

roie,

CONLEY AND Rey Crone are

to do the relieving. Ernie John

son and Dave Jolly, who usually

handle .these chores, can 9 dome

FOR YANKEES ONLY

It Vtrue' as the unidentified composer of -this curious re rebuttal
buttal rebuttal says, that the Yankees, being H first place couldnt get

Slaughter untu tne seven oumi cm " z 1
mu".. i.. u- -.ow.r. Tymnet works. But in certain circum

stances it ta T always possible to withdraw the request for
waivers: so U buch a sitiaUon existed It is not improbable that
5?LV"A? ,,1 hVvT refused to let Slaughter go to the

Indiansor the White Sox, to name the closest competitors.

la, tie much doubt that Slaughter was

Intended for the Yankees when he was put on the waiver list.

There It no better lnlormcd oaseoau wnwr u um wj

affairs j,han Ernest MehL r

wr vrrntji from hj latest communication to the

Sporting news:

"In giving Slaughter the news of the recent gale the. club
nracMont AmniH jnhnsnn. let lilm know, that when his play

ing days are ever there will be a place In the organization for

"For the A's the move meant the acquisition of a player
from the 'Yankees at the end of the season, one able to play

regularly, and, with several, seasons of competition- jeit.

"Since the leal, there has been much speculation as to
the ldentity of this player".. Hank Bauer and Bob Cerv are
mentioned by the writer, who continues: "But the As officials

are mum beyond tne assurance ma uic pin w icwcu
wlU be one who will figure In the duo's future.'
The Inferences here are astounding and pointed.' They
clearly suggest that there, was an understanding between the
two clubs and that for co-operating in a crisis there would be,
besides the waiver money, an additional payoff in the form of
a player of established class.
J Most interesting, If true, dont you think Mr. Ford Frick?

Johnson, of the Kansas City club, and Del Webb and Dan
Topping, Yankee co-owners, have Ion? enjoyed a fiscal and
social Intimacy, and this probably explains why Joe Smith,
average American skeptic, always wants to be shown.
Johnson's Chicago money -oggler, once owned the Stadium
but when he bought the Philadelphia A's and transferred them
to Missouri, he bad to sell the Bronx property. Who bought it?

. . a st 1 : a. I L

CJ3"R VV. UOX, an Ola pI iruniuuiguci run ivuua n bub bub-.
. bub-. fence in recurrent rumors this was merely a bookkeeping

Kansas Citv naturally had to have a stadium in which to

"house the-A's. so who Rot the $3.5 million contract? Yankee

co-onqr Webl, whose main ouriness is construction, anyway.
The Yankees break out ail over In mental fever blisters at

. sny insinuation linking them for closely with Johnson.. And if

that Isn t murder you see in tneir eyes on sucn occasions, it

could be Slauphter. ;.

AT BROOKLYN.' SAL MA&LIE

AND Don, Newcombe. have. taken

care of the arm department, wnat
the Bums want to know is who can

donate a few oairs of lees.

Duke Snider's knee bothers him

to the extent that he is a consistent

late-breaker on a fly ball. He has

10 maae easy cuanvci vu lu"'fi -ji niffht.

gallop. Pee Wee iteese, iooks uxe --- --,

a youngster, nut n ie.s uk u.
he had been jumping on pavement

for the last month.

hard work of Woodie Woodcock,

five additional sponsors weie
fmmd to b-o alone with the

three hold-overs from last year,
Tasco Batteries, Braniff Airways

an4 esvmmir Agencies.

uw -.:

The new sponsors are ju"

Motors, pepsi-Coia, cpionia, in insurance,.
surance,. insurance,. A-P-A. and the Atlas

Club.
Bowling the first night from
scratch to establish handicaps it
looks like Seymour Agencies, will
ha t.ha tnm to heat. 3

v '.-liu ,I

Led by Bob Mcoarvey whh oo
th Tnuirnnra men took three

points from 1 -the- Balcer-less

Tasco Bahteries.
Bill Coffey of Tlvoli r Motors
ended up the evening with high

sarle nf SH8. wnue Ule veteran

Harry Klumpp, bowling ior

Bramn Airways, nao mgn
nf 258 for the other honors w

th Kveninir.

- Among the fairer sex LlUlan
Ounn, the Tivoll Motors hot-rod,
ran off with high 'game of 182

and also high series 01 neg
el Schmidt and Thelma Cam

bv both of Seymour Anenc'M.

followed close behind for the

TEAM STANDINGS

TIVOLI MOTORS

B. Rogers
L. Ounn .
R, Schmidt
T. Schmidt

Coffey
.

137 :
143
155
196
213

127
182
169
158
185

148
169
147
152
200

412
494

471

506
588

Teams

Milwaukee
Brooklyn

Cincinnati

844 821 816 2481

BRANIFF AIRWAYS

H. Klumpp
B. Coleman
Blind v

S. Nelson .
W. Woodcock

189
120
141
173
160

143
157
.141
188
150

228
165
141
200
148

560
442
'423

561

458

3

HOWEVER. Jackie Robinson, in

.. Au.t Bcvniour akcuvicb ....

sireaKS, can wen uui v """'.p.,,,. rni. ...' 3
pigeon-toed walk of his and,start Cola a
Ii.fi i. kaa in nna'A- r-

Won Lost

Colonial insurance

Atlas Club

0

0
0
1
2
3
3
Si

llying he stole Ave bases in one

series against vne -v-uw. ; jftran!ft AirwftV.

-..,v.;v .rntt i.v anniiE maniiB - u

Any Liiiujt iuu oj o 1 ryirt D.tt.H..

! Tha Rarhar la! w

isn v quite inuuen. -- j-
still implausible in a Brooklyn li-,
uniform.' At 39, his less-than-two

runs per-game over a 10-game
span is even more weird.
.Lookine at him. you had to won-

aefnr.er cnampiw.su. wuu. .ain.- ,07.533

!?S?eda,D 162. 152 456 -surancemen with a 559 while

W 1 '"""" -fr" T l"amh ulll 1SO

seemed to be doing was oouncing . --
th ball around the ground when V. Camby 177 152

MAr.LiE PITCHED, ut eourse

SEYMOUR AGENCIES

783 779 882 2444

BOWLING RESULTS
, CLASSIC LEAGUE
1 . ....
El Panama, Seymour, First
- Night Winners

The Hotel El Panama keglers,

laat season's Classic League

champions got off to a repeat
performance Friday evening in

tne Diablo Aueys as tney com combined
bined combined games of 949, 934 and 919
to overcome the Austin-Nash

entry, -.v., V; &

The garagemen lost 6ie (first
game by 55 pin. but kept the
margin closer the last two

games losing both by only
sticks. :.'vy. -.jK'V''''''

El Panama's Ed Lowande led

the way for the winners with

609 series, followed by Bob Bow

en with a 603. Earle Best led the
losers' hitting- for 606 and fol

lowed Hal Kaeiin's 565.

In the second match of the
evening,, the much improved
Ssymour Agency team made hay

against tne new eniry Agewooa.
Seymour took the first and third
games and total pins but lost the

second game by 8 pins.

The Agewood entry showed
their-need for Bud'Balcer who
Is stin on States leave. Chuck

McQarvey was high for the- D

158 488
158 487
172 -552

Ted Schmidt led the

club with a 558.

is one major difference. Very few
hit it over the net on The Barber.

. 1. J .....

By BEANS REAROON -24
Ytars In National Ltague
, Written for NEA Service

nTTVCTirVN- Battel-' -slnclpt In

center field with two out and run-!-

w.

884 815 817 2516

TASCO BATERIES

E. Lowande
D. Williams
T. Lowande

M. Lane .
H. Colbert

179
153
123
186
149

140
139
115
198
.167

194
148
99
155
144

513
440
337
539
470

790 759 740 2289

PEPSI COLA

ners on first and third in the last
half of the ninth. But the runner
on first failed ; to touch second

base and the batter failed to touch

first, both believing the game was
finished. The outfielder retrieving
the hit threw to second base and
the third out was registered. What

would have happened if the out

fielder, In disgust, had fired the

safely hit ball into tne stanase-

ven though the runners did not

touch their bases? Andy Guan-

glia.
Answer: It would hava btan
rulad .a wild throw inta- the
stands and the runners would bt
entitled to advance two batas.
Tha game would have bean fin.
ished (ha instant tha ball left
tha field.'
... , ; v. -i-' !''' ; ?. ?.-O.
O. ?.-O. There is one out and a run

ner on third base in the last half

of the ninth inning. The score is
tied. The batter hits long fly to

center neia. ine runner tags up'
and scores. But the plate umpire
rules that the catcher interfere!
with the batter. What happens? happens?-Bob
Bob happens?-Bob Rosburg.
A. Tha runner from third re return
turn return there and tha batter is a- 1
warded first bate.

Melnick
Riley .4

Blind .

O. Riley
B. Toland

165
142
132
188
161

147
118.
132
162
201

208
102
132
158
200

520
361
396

508
562

Agewood

. Team standings are as follows

earn

El Panama '.
S. Agency ,.

Agewood .
Au&ln Nash

W

4
3
1
0

Pet

1.000
.750
-.250
.000

Ave

934
926
866
910

High Average (First Six Men)

Lowande, El Panama . . 203

Best, Austin-Nash ......... 202
Bowen, El Panama 201
Wllber. El Panama 195

Kaelln. Austin-Nash 188

McGarvey, Seymour Agency 186

w
83
, 82
80

L
54
55
57

Pet Gb Gl

.606
.599
J84

posed upon UCLA, Southern Cali

fornia and Washington.

tars in 1955.

Oregon, which closed fast a year.

ago, couia dc a revelation if the

Games remaining:

M'lwaukee (17) At home (3)

Chicago, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Away

(14) Brooklyn, Sept. 11, 12; Phil-

delphla, Sept. 13, 14, 15; New

York, Sept. 16,17; Pittsburgh,

Sept. 18, 19; Cincinnati, Sept.
25; St Louis, Sept. 28, 29, 36.

Brooklyn (17) At home

(13) Milwaukee, Sept. 11, 13;

Chicago, Sept. 14, 15; Cincinnati,
Sept. 16, 17; St. Louis, Sept. 18,

19; Philadelphia, Sept. 25. 26;

Even before the eligibility action Ducks iron out some problems ot.

of the conference fathers, you depth in the line. An excellent at-

would have had to say Stanford tacking crew is led by Jim Shnt.
was at least a co-favorite to ap-;ley at halfback and Jack Morris
pear in the Rose Bowl on New at fullback. ,
Year's Day. "- -. ". :' -' .;..'.'.'

Coach Chuck Taylor and be-. My own squid at California.

lieve me, Chuck, it's not my in- should be improved. Several play.

tention to put you on the spot, has ers lost to us In 1955 because of
a passer of All-American conten-; injuries are again available, in in-tion
tion in-tion in John Brodie, agd a tackle eluding fullback Jerry Drew, a
who has already attained that re) fine and fast runner. Ron Wheat Wheat-putation
putation Wheat-putation in Paul Wiggln. I watched croft will resume his normal end
them run by often enough in our, position after a sophomore debut

Big Gam last year to know that at tackle..
Stanford has the type of backs) Washington State Is something
(Paul Camera and Gordy Young) of an unknown, since new coach

and p a s s-c a t c b 1 ng ends (Jer I Jim Sutherland will, introduce
ry Beattie and Gary Van Galder).many new players. Idaho has one
to blend into a balanced attack. 1 of Skip Stanley's better squads,

including Jerry Kramer, a' 220 220-pound
pound 220-pound guard, but the Vandals are
nlaeued as always by lack of

material to make the race hot for. depth.
the'Indians. The independents on the ceast
. Southern California, for Instance are led again by College of (
has inside and outside powe in the Pacific and San Jose State.
shifty Jon Arnett, available for.This is the year- COP brings out y
five games, and crushing C. R heralded Dick Bass, a breakaway 4

Roberts, available for an of tnem.!(C.phomore back. San Jose lea.
The other backs, Don Hickman tures end Mel Powell and tackle,,'
and Ellis Kissinger; are tested j,m Hughes. vv.

veterans, the line holds the usuaii
big Trojan species, although I un NEXT: Duffy Daugherty of
derstand Jesse Hill would like, Michigan State analyzes the. mid mid-more
more mid-more experience at the ends. I west. V 1,

Similarly, u u la was ueepj

Losses and all, the three pen

alized schools still possess the

enough in talent to be able to

muster a representative team mis
season. Center Jim Matheny is a
definite candidate, for individual
honors. Others familiar names on
the line include Esker Harris,1
Gerald Penner and. Don Blrren.'
The vital tailback spot may go to
Doug Bradley and Ed Griffin. I

For his new regime at wvasn-

Pittsburgh, Sept. 28, 29, 30. Aml,

fullback Credell .Green. To. Tun

the Oklahoma split-T tnat's being

Sept. 21, 22,

(14)-P ttsburgh,

23, 24.

Cincinnati (17) At home

(5). St. Louis. Sept 21, 22, 23, 24:

Milwaukee, Sept. 25. Away (12)
New York, Sept. 11, 12;. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Sept.. 13, 15; Brooklyn;

SepW 16, 17; Philadelphia, Sept.

18, 19; Chicago, Sept. 29, 30.

-AMERICAN LEAGUE v-

Teams

New York
Clevela n d
Chica g 0

W
88
76
76

Pet Gb Gl

.642
.563 11
M3 11

Games remaining:

New York (17) At home (3),

Boston, Sept.. 28, 29, 30. Away

(14) Boston, Sept. 21, 22, 23;

Kansas City, Sept. 11, 12, 13; De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, Sept. 14, 15; Cleveland,

Sept. 16, 17; Chicago, Sept. 18;

Baltimore, Sept. 24, 25, 26.

Cleveland (19) At home

(16) Baltimore. Sept. 11. 12,

13: Boston. Sent. 14. 15: New

York, Sept. 16, 17; Wash.'ngton,
Sept. 18, 19; Kahsas City, Sept.:
25, 26; Detroit, Sept. 28, 29, 30.

Away (3) Detroit, Sept. 21,

ChJicaro (19) At home (13)

Boston, Sept. 11, 12, 13; Balti

more, Sept. 14, 15; Washington,
Sept. 16, 17; New York, Sept. 18;

Kansas City, Sept. 21, 21, 22, 23,

23. Away (6) Detroit, Sept. 24,
25, 26; Kansas City, Sept. 28, 29,
30.

Along The Fairways

GOLF NEWS FROM THE
, AMADOR LADIES

installed, the Huskies plan to
spring one of the likeliest sopho

mores on the coast, uitner carr.

Oregon' Statava- aurprlslpg see-

Todfv Encanto .25 .- .J5
WAIIOO! $115.00
i Jose Ferrer in
."DEEP IN MY HEART"
lb--- Joel.-McCrea' In V
"STARS IN, MY CROWN"

Todor.'1tAL.,Ji0..1Q
"Perils of The Wilderness"
chaps, ill -'1$ -rz
, "MAN N THE SADDLE" :
HAIL TO. THE RANGERS"

!-V(.

' 788 760 799 2347"
, COLONIAL INSURANCE j

A. Minor
K. Barbce
H. Barbee
N. Riley .
J. Riley .

B. Easter
P. Best
M. Bowen
B. BOwen
E. Best

169
90
158
121
177

153
122
178
134
157

157
129
142
104
156

479
341
476
339
,490

713 744 688 3143

a.pa.
,180 184

. 99
95
169
183

138
86
180
167

138
138
148
143
168

502
375
329
492
518

726 755 735 2216

ATLAS CLUB

W. Colclasure 137 169

A. colclasure 139

m

M. Albritton 128
T. Baker i .111
T. Albritton 181

93

107.
146
170

158
108
132
162
134

464;

340
367
419
485

696 685 694.207:

"happy.

canaries
love to

SINGI"
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CHARLW CHWP
"And the happiest

canaries are the
ones who get
French'a VITA VITA-RICH
RICH VITA-RICH diet of
Bird Seed and
Biscuit," says

Charlie Chirp,
"It's got everything to keep your
tanary healthy and full of song."
French's
World's
Largest selling BIRD SEED

. By "MO" ,.
Thursday, Aug. 30. Helen

Schull won the Amador Ladles

tournament low gross with a

best score on odd holes and half

handicap. First low net was ta

ken by Mickey Schilling, second

low nc; went to Irene Robinson
and third low net to Alyce

French.' Margaret Hastings won

the low putt prize ....

34 handicap was played last

Thursday, sept. 6. Sylva Carpen

ter took low gross with an 80.

First low nett went to Bev DHfer

for 70. Mickey Schilling had 73
to take second low net' and
Jeanne Morris shot 76 for third

low net. Low putts went to Bob
bi Hughes.

Winners of the Rlnser. Tour

nament which has just been

completed are as follows:

Connie Bishop, Low gross, 82.
Mickey Schilling, 1st Low net,

47.

Heater Henderson, 2nd Low

net, 49.
Bev. Dilfer. 3rd Low net. 50,

The chairman has announced

thai the tournament for next

Thursday will be decided on

when we all reach the club

house so come on out and bring

a lot of good, ideas witn you.
See you Thursday, v

KNOWS HIS. TRADE

College Station,' Tex. (NEA)-

Football Coach Paul Bryant

Texas A. and M. was All-South
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(NEA Telephoto)
AT INFANTS FUNERAL Mrj. Stephen Ruotolo is supported'
by her husband as they stand by the graveside of their mur mur-dered
dered mur-dered six-weeks-old daughter, Cynthia, in New Haven, Conn.
Shortly after this picture was taken. Mrs. Ruotolo collapsed
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Princess Grace; Rainier Arrive
In NY--Main Topic: The Baby

By ELIZABETH TOOMEY
i,s ; "v
NtfW YORK. Sent. 11 (UP)
A radiant and relaxed Princess
Grace of Monaco arrived today
with her bridegroom, Prince Rai-
nier II foi six-week visit and 'said
"it's wonderful" to be home.
The royal newly weds obviously
were happy as they talked to re-
nnrters aboard the liner United
States before it docked at ( a.m.
The baby they expect early in
February was their favorite topic
a ..14-Ik umi av
01 conversation, s wu w
pedant parents.
Their only disagreement so far,

the rrmce connaeo wun a gnn,Sent to Monaco so early," the

has been over a ; name lor tne
hoped-for heir to the throne of his
SVU-acre principainy.

"We've decided on about tnreevnnw I did

different names' the former mo-,
vie actress Grace Kelly said. We
change 'them so often that we
don't want to, say which names
we're considering, we aon t wani
to commit ourselves yet.' ? -.
me princess irunr rwiauciiim,
wore a raternity sun on oiacn
and white checked wool designed
Weather Or Not
Thirwtther nparti for tha 24
' hour tnelinj a.m. today, tl r
td by tho Motoorelogicil ood
Hydrographic Branch of tho Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company;

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-CECIL PARKER

m HENRY HATHAWAY
NIGEL BALCHIN

.by Christian Dior. Her blonde
hair was pulled back tightly in a
French twist as It was on her

wedding day: Her pink fur felt
hat, she said, was nude by a
milliner in Montecarlo, She said
she has no ipectal plans to shop
for maternity clothes here, but she
does hope to buy "a lot of things"
for the baby.- ,. - '-
The orderly press conference a-
board ship was in sharp contrast
to the hectic scene when the movie
star sailed on April 4 for "her Mo-
x vitas! rl in it i
wcuuuig,
"T i)n thlnlr If wis itnfnrt.nntfa
that so many of the press were
.princess said. "I'm surt that peo
ple aU over the world got awful-l
ly tired of. reading about us. I
jo members of the Kelly family
were ,t the dock t0 meet
prmce in( princess. Mr. and Mrs.
j0hn B. Kelly were waiting at the
Fifth Avenue apartment where
Miss Kelly lived before she was
married.
High!over To Allend
Inaugural Riles :
in El Salvador
, Brig, Gen. Louis V. Hightower,
Chief of Staff, USARCARIB, will
officially represent the Depart-
ment ot Deiense at the presiden presidential
tial presidential inauguration of El Savador's
President-elect Jose Maria Lemus

in San Salvador on Sept. 14. , ..
Hightower is scheduled to leave Owners of the Guayas, the Com Com-the
the Com-the Canal Zone by plane tomoripania Commercial Naviera, S. A.
row. He will remain in San Salva-t failed to respond in court to two
dor until Sunday. Then he will vis11, libels filed last month, one for un

it tha IT C l.m,i Ulni.ii. 1M ,.
temala and Costa Rica.
wiv w.M. mill j Aiianiviia u uua-,
The general's schedule calls for
a four-day visit in Guatemala Ci City,
ty, City, Sept. 16 through 20. On Sept.
20 the chief of staff will fly to San San-Jose,
Jose, San-Jose, Costa Rica, and remain
there until Spt. 23. 1 J
- Accompanying Hightower on the
trip will be Mrs. Hightower, 1st
Lt. R. C. Baughman, aide de decamp;
camp; decamp; and 1st Lt.'S. D. Thompson,
Central American operations offi officer
cer officer for military missions. ..
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or the benefit of "special inter
ests."
The '. Democratic presidential
nominee charged that the Repub Republican
lican Republican administration had used "in "ingenious
genious "ingenious and ruthless" tactics to
"undermine the progress mode"
under the new and fair deals.
"This is government that denies
to our hearts what it promises to
our ears," Stevenson said. "It is
government with a false front.
And we have bad enough of It."
Kelauver called Mr. bisenhower
an aggressive fighter for special
interests" who has "personally us used
ed used the power of his office to throt throttle
tle throttle measures for the welfare of all
the people."
Stevenson and Kelauver new
here from Hartford, Conn, to
speak before the New York State
Democratic Convention.' They
talked .campaign strategy with
New England party leaders earli earlier
er earlier yesterday.
The fervor of their combined at attacks
tacks attacks indicated they may be tak
ing to heart: advice from tome
Quarters that they must direct
thir fire at President Eisenhower
himself to win the election in No
vember.
Stevenson said that the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans believe that "Government
is too important, too difficult to
entrust to the people."
" -ana ine
people have been written out of
eovernment in tnese last iour
President cisennower s sueecn
accepting; the GOP presidential
nomination amounted to saying
he no longer objects to the new
SubChascr Guayas
To Be Aucliohsd
Sept. 21 At Ancon
Priftair. Sent. 21 has been chosen
as the date for the sale of the mo mo-torship
torship mo-torship Guayas at public auction
at U. S. District Courthouse, Ancon.
Marshal Joseph I. Kinkaid has
posted notices of sale at conspi
cuous places in the Canal Zone,
Kiddinc for the former sub
dhaser will start at 10 a. m. and
the sale will be for cash to the high
m bidder.
1 j i: 1 1.1..... Will. U.
Ufllu UuUur SOU WVmV UU10, U1C
other for an advance against a
fruit careo.
The ship has a speed of 20 knots
and a cruising speed of 15 knots,
It was, built in Portland, Oregon,
in 1944, and is powered by two
Hamilton diesel engines of 1,600
h, d. capacity each
The Guayas is 173 feet long, 23
feet wide and has a draft of 14 feet
Gross tonnage is 575, net tonnage
Prospective purchasers inter
ested in inspecting the vessel be
fore the sale should contact the
Marshal's office in Ancon,
PC To Auction Ofi
224 ll:ms Saturday
Even the kitchen sink Is includ
ed on the list of 284 items to be
auctioned off to the highest bid
ders Saturday by the Panama Ca
nal Co. In a public sale to be held
in Building No. 6, Industrial Area
in Balboa. V
In addition to kitchen t i n k t,
there is a wide assortment of ma
rine supplies such as navigation
lights, life preservers, engine
gongs, life rafts, and other miscel
laneous boat equipment.
Other items range f r o m 50
drums of rust preventive com
pound, and a ten-ton chain hoist
to wool blankets, typewriters, ad
ding machines, tables, chairs beds
and nine trucks and automobiles,
The sale will start at 8:30 a.m.
with 40 items being auctioned
each hour. The selling will -close
at noon and will be resumed at
12:30 p.m. Auctioning is to be com
pleted by 3:30 p.m.
The articles for sale will be a
vailable for inspection in Building
No. 6 between the1 hours of 7 to 11
a.m. and from 12 noon to 4 p.m,
tomorrow. Thursday and Fridav.
As during previous auction sales
each bidder must register prior to
the commencement-of the sale.
nt which time he will be furnish
ed with a numbered paddle for i-
deuulication.

Adlai, Esres

know the truth end the

PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 195S

Team

deal," Stevenson said, but
these..
f" lvvu OUIIIV iav,U,
noble phrases need some
V111" new de1 nd fair
wt tastead has used "the power

SL ?. W"'" "HS?. 10 Vnrmlne.pracUces what they preach.;

5!.ine. Pr8res.s. mBal onaervem(H
crane residents franklin DA
"Their technique has been in ingenious
genious ingenious and ruthless,"; he ; said.
"They have done on the infighting
i wnai iney couion t oo in uat o-
Stevenson said the Republicans
Erofess to believe in public hous hous-ig
ig hous-ig yet "they put a declared ene
my of public housing in charge of
the public housing program." i
Similarly, Stevenson laid. ithe
GOP put "an opponent of the fed federal
eral federal income tax'-in charge of in
ternal revenue, "Packed" the Na
tional Labor Relations Board with
men who have weakened collec
tive bargaining, and "packed" the
federal regulation of power.
;
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WALKING TO CHURCH Democratic presidential candidate
Adlal Stevenson (left), accompanied by Lloyd Garrison, an
old friend, walki up New York's Fifth Ave. on his way to
church services. Stevenson Ls in New York to launch his
Eastern campaign lor the presidency. ?

Nixon io Mack GOP Apathy

tn 22-Stafe Campaign Swing

WASHINGTON. SEtp. 11 (UP)
Vice President Richard M. Nixon
announced today he will launch a
gruelling 15,000-mile plane swing
into at siaies aepi, ib to aitacx
any "complacency and apathy" in
Republican ranks.
Alivnn rnlri npw nnfATAn
that President Eisenhower and he
agree that the GOP campaign
should be based on the administra
tion's. "constructive achieve-
ments.". He said this will show:
pro-Eisenhower voters they "have
something to fight for.'
Nixon, who infuriated the Dem
ocrots with his 1952 campaign
tactics, said he will present the
aamimstration" record "effectively,
and aggressively" but will not b
verlook any Democratic "misre
presentations." He said this io
proach had Mr. Eisenhower's en
dorsement,
"I don't think we can win with
wishy-washy, milquetoast cam-
. It u ... : j ..u
naien" the v ice ores dent xairf
Mr. Elsenhower was quoted ear
her as saying his only fear in the
coming election was "the Demo

crats would get their vote out the constructive achievements of
and we would not." The state'this administration to the people

mem was maae oy. a. r. uunmng
congressional -candidates who
were photographed with the Pres
Went1 -' '-
The Republican National Com-
mittee billed Nixon's initial cam-
paign effort "the most intensive
air tour in U.S. political history."!
Scheduled to last 16 days with on only
ly only two days of rest, the trip un
derscored Nixon's role as the GOP
grassroots workhorse.
Republics- National Chairman
Leonard W. Hall said last week
after a meeting with the President
that Mr. Eisenhower still plans to
stick by his decision to confine
himself to a limited number of op-

country it icfe" Abrehmt Hncoln.

up

ohr

The candidate tald the Republi-
V1I9 IfllACU SUUUV lilTAJl UUC1UC9.
ry Cain from the Subversive Actl- R
viUes Control Board because "he pi
Stevenson mea 10 pm me oiame
directly on Mr. Eisenhower. I
"If he disagrees wun tne
cies his officers are administering
and that is "hat his campaign
words amount to then he should
revoke' both their policies a n d
their
, commission," Stevenson
said.
Kefauver said Democrats must
(ell the people M'that : President
Eisenhower had not merely inno
cently presided over the Republi Republican
can Republican band of. welfare wreckers.
"We must tell them that he has
personally used the power of his.
office to throttle measures for the
welfare of all the people and the
beneficial development of the re
sources of the nation," he said.
iJE .-
nearances in areas considered cri.
Ileal for the GOP.
- Nixon said the aim of his initial
campaign swing will be to pln-l
point the GOP s "weak spots and
strong spots." After that, he said,
Ithe Republicans can concentrate
J,,.;.,, thm lef inn. wAAb, ,f H
campaign on "close states" and

areas where the greatest number,"0"1 convention in Los Angeles

- : f House and Senate aeata are at
stake.
He said he will attack "whatev

er complacency and apathy that1"1 adjutants conference in India-

may exist in GOP ranks." Hall al also
so also has said complacency is the on only
ly only thing Republicans have to fear.
If GOP voters turn out, he said,
Mr. Eisenhower will roll up a big
eer maiority man in law
Nixon said be will conclude his
campaign swing Oct. 3, and report
to the voters the following day in
a nationally televised speech over
the National
Broadcasting
Co
network.
l
. Th vir nresident. whn confer
who confer
' red with Mrs. Eisenhower this
morning, said "The President
- creed it is important to present
so they will nave something u
"He also agreed that it is im
. portant to point out instances
(where oui position has been mis
t-pnresented bv the other side."
He added that he would be glad

to eo to the political mat wlthier wuuam wuuams wno

Adlai E. Stevenson tthe Democra
rip nresinentiai nominee, an out
"where he stands and where we
stand." v
- Informed of Mr. Eisenhower's
fear that Renuhlirans would not
pft nut and vote. Nixon said he
shared thot concern. He aid it is
one of the great difficulties fac
ing the party in power "when
times are good." t ..

miCINTS

Tass Reports
Red's FourtH
ear Test
MOSCOW, Sept. 11 (UP) Tass
news agency reported today that
Russia set off a new nuclear ex
losion yesterday the fourth in
less than three weeks.
Moscow radio broadcast t h e

pon-iiass report ana issued new can

for an international halt to nuclear
tests. The broadcast implied that
Russia still rejects international
inspections to insure that no coun
try secretly continues to produce
nuclear weapons.' -. i
Tass said the third explosion
took place Sept. 2. Previous tests
were made Aug. 24 and- Aug. 30
The first two tests were ail
nounced Aug. 30. At that time Rus Russia
sia Russia said the nuclear weapon were
new types developed for specific
uses.
"To enhance the safety of the!
population," Tass said in, the brief j
announcement of yesterdays lesi
"the explosions were staged, as
hitherto, at a great altitude in a
reas remote from lnnaDiiea loca
lities."
The reference to remote
indicated the test probably
areas
took
place in southeastern Siberia near
the Chinese border.
A Tadio Moscow commentator,
in calling for an atomic ban, re-l
ferred to "the harmful effects of
radioactive fall-out caused, by nu
wear etsts; .;i..,,-..,i7:..';;..v t;
He said "The best way to eliml
nate the ; danger represented by
the tests and by the very existencr
of. the bomb would be to outlaw
them, stop production and destroy
aa existing suppues.
; ,;,r.i
CZ Residents Urc:d
To US During
(castlfci!:n Vcck
All American Legionnaires and
resident! of the Canal Zone were
urged today to fly the flag of the
United States during Constitution
Week -Sept. 17 to 23- by Alfred
J. Gauvin, acting commander oi
the Canal Zone department of the
Legion. v
Officers of the Canal Zone ae-i
partment will hold a special cer ceremony
emony ceremony next Monday, at Ameri
can Legion Post No. 1, Fort Ama
dor, to inaugurate the ween of ob observance
servance observance of the constitution, Gau Gau-vin
vin Gau-vin said. '.-..
In addition, all posts of the Le
gion in the Zone have been asked
to plan ceremonies at tneir club
houses.
The American Legion is carry
ing out a nation-wide plan tor
Constitution Week according -to de
tails released by outgoing Nation National
al National commander .J Addington Wag Wagner..
ner.. Wagner.. -. 0"
Department vice iomm ander Ni
ckolai L. Olson, of Gatun, joined
Gauvin in urging full of the week
uf observances, by Legionnaires.
their lamilies and inhabitants of
the Zone.
Gauvin is acting as Department
Commander during the absence of
Jonn W. O'Connell, of Margari
ta, who represented the depart-
n tte Amer.'cn Legion na
"CP- 3 10 t, and is remaining in
ithe United States to take part in
- ,ne. ucer national commanders
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ANTYSILLOGOGOGOCH, Wales,
a oept. 11 (UP) Townspeople were
angry today because railway au
thoritles squeezed the name of
their town on a 20-foot long
signboard.
it used to be stretched out on a
26 foot board.
"What'f the good of having ,h
world's longest name if you don't
make the best of it?" asked por
the old sign.
the!
. jrausiaica imo r-riEiisu,
name would take an even longer
I sign. It means: The Church of St
Mary in a hollow of white hazel
near to a rapid whirlpool and to
St. Tysilio's Church near to a red
cave." js ;
j
In short, it's a lot shorter in
I Welsh,

CASTELGANDOLFO, ITALY,
Sept. il (UP) Pope P i u a Xn
said in an address to doctors to

day uiat medical law can never
consent" to euthanasia, abortion,
or other "medical" acts which
clearly contradict the law of God."
The speech was the most im
portant the Pope has made on me
dical topics in many years. It was
a treatise on medical morality
and medical law and the relation relationship
ship relationship between them.
The Pope spoke in a 5,000-word
radio message to an international
congress of Catholic doctors which
opened today in The Hague,. Hol Holland.
land. Holland. He spoke in French from the
studio of his summer palace here.
The Pontiff said medical law
could never sanction euthanasia
abortion or similar acts because
medical law "Is subordinated .to
medical morality, which express
ed the moral order desired by God
Smithy Sees
Iron Crucifix
Uoze blooa
NICE, Franc, Sept 11 (UP.)
A village blacksmith who be
lieve "neither 1n God nor the
devil" said yesterday that blood
oozed from the Iron hands of a
Christ he was nailing to a cross.
Yves le Caer, blacksmith in
the little village of, Tourrettes'
sur-Loup, gave the 'crucifix he
was making for a chapel to a
priest and said he would have
nothing more to do with lt.
The priest took the crucifix to
Nice yesterday to inform his
bishop and to order a laboratory
investigation of tne dried brown
clots on the Christ s hands.
Le Caer, a blacksmith ffor 25
years, said he had made holes
In the cross and In the hands
of the metal image and was pre
paring to drive nails through
the hands to fix it to the wood at
his smithy yesterday. ;
1 got rlvfits ready and began
to hammer the crucifix with
the Christ underneath," he said
"It began to spurt and there
was blood oorinr drop by drop
from .both hands.
"I believe neither In God. hor
we aevu. -. -;
Le Caer. frightened, ran from
his shop and called to women
sitting on a stone bench nearby.
Several witnesses reported
seeing the blacksmith run from
his shop, pale with fear.
"The Christ Is bleeding, the
Christ la bleeding,"; he ., kept
snouting. .. ..
Startled villager refused to
enter the smith, so le Caer
brought out the crucifix. A thick
reddish-brown liquid clung to
parts of it. v 7
Villagers wondered whether le
Caer had cut himself, but they
could find no trace oil a wound.
Clinton School

With End Of Anti-Negro Riots

CLINTON. Tenn.. Sept. 11
(UP) Enrollment at Integrated
Clinton High School continued
to climb today, but officials re reported
ported reported 35 students had transfer transferred
red transferred rather than attend classes
with Negroes. '- f
Principal D. J. Brittain jr.,
said, "I am convinced attend attendance
ance attendance will steadily increase, now
that angry anti-Negro demon demonstrations
strations demonstrations no longer plagued this
city of 4000."
Eleven Negroes of the 12 ad
mitted Aug. 27 were counted
nresent Total attendance was
589, a jump of 56 students over
yesterday. Brittain said aa cnn
dren had transferred to all
white schools. '
The names Of 188 absent stu
dents were turned over to coun
ty attendance officer Curtis
Fortner, Brittain said. If par
ents refuse to send their cnn
dren to some school, officials
can resort to court action tinder
the state's compllsory attend attendance
ance attendance law.
A few national guardsmen
remained of the 'approximate 'approximately
ly 'approximately 700 tcho arrived with tank
Sept. 2 to quell noisy rioting
inspired bu pro searegation searegation-ists.
ists. searegation-ists. But law enforcement had
been returned, to local police
and the countv sheriff. '-
Negroes v attempted to enroll
in-white schools yesterday at
the deepest point yet in the
South Houston, Tex. but were
turned away. The eovernment
intervened nif anwhile in a court
test of art Arkansas integration
case which could have "nation
wide impact."
State police escorted seven
Negroes into the high school at

drewiSturgis, Ky. yesterday, but they

; founa only a lew wnite ciass-
mates, white students arrived
in the school buses, but 'some
left school after registering, as
a boycott similar to the one at
Clinton took effect
At nearby Clay, Ky Mrs.
James Gordon apparently was
.discouraged from trying io en enroll
roll enroll her two children at the
grammar school by a crowd of

Because God's moral order ii

clear on this point, medical moral
ity in any case would not permit a
doctor to carry out acts which are
obviously against God's law, ht
said.
In effect the Pope said doctori
are under a double veto-moral and
legal in the matter of euthanasia,,
abortion and contraceptional prac practices.
tices. practices.
The Pope said medical law la
essential because morality alona
did not possess the "Coercion" of
law. But B expressed this way in
which medical law is limited in its
authority:
Positive law possesses no value)
or executive force except to the
extent in which it is recognized by
God, the Ultimate Source of all
law. God on the other band can
never support with His authority
law which contradicts God Him.
self. That is to say which eon eon-tradicts
tradicts eon-tradicts the moral order which He
Himself has installed and mad
obligatory.
'It derives from this that medical
law is subordinated to medical
morality, which expressed the,
moral order desired by God.
"Medical law, therefore, r can
never consent to the doctor or
patient practicising direct euth euthanasia,
anasia, euthanasia, and the doctor can never
practice it, either on himself or on
others. ;
The Pope said that "holds foe
the direct suppression of the foetus
anl for medical acts which con contradict
tradict contradict the law of God...."
Yc: Ycr.!::rj P:!r
I!:-J:i::nhr.l7i:j;
NEWARK, N: J., Sept.' ll.-(UPi
A young Yonkers, N X. e o u u-ple,
ple, u-ple, whom Magistrate A. Milton
Jacobs pronounced man and wife

after suspending there sentences,
were off today on their honeymoon,
The former Carmen Mattos, 18,
became the wife of John Padillo,
24, yesterday in Jacobs' Chambers
at Municipal Court, more than two
months after the couple came here
on an elopement -'

The couple said. -Mrs. Padillo
was unable to get her birth certi certificate
ficate certificate immediately from Puer ;
Rico, which, she left eight yeaWi'
ago to-come to Yonkers.-
On Sept. 1 they were arrested
at 177 Orchard St. here on charges
of unlawfully living as man and
wife.';- r-.-v". -..-... k
Jacobs adjourned their case
last week, however, and promised
to marry them himself if they
showed good faith in going through
with obtaining a marriage li license.
cense. license. The couple got the license
after receving a copy of the girl's
birth certificate from P u e rt e
Rico. Jacobs suspended sentence
before the ceremony.
Padillo came to the United States
from Puerto Rico two years ago.
Both are employed at a peper
box company here. They will
honeymoon in Palm Beach, Fla.
Enrollment Up
200 which also threatened re reporter
porter reporter and photographert for'
a second time.
Mayor H. Z. Clark said that
attorneys had advised him re
porters could be arrested if they
went on me scnooi erounas dur-
ing classes. Police warned away
tnree representatives of the Na National
tional National Broadcasting Co.
United Press reporter James
R. Henneisen was threatened by
a memoer of the crowd who
said: "You'd better get up that
hill and out of town and stay
stay out. You're the one who
caused trouble here last week."
Negroes tried to enroll at
two schools in Houston as the
Texas metropolis opened its
schools with a record registra registration
tion registration of more than 129,000.
At MeReynolds Junior" High,
a 14-year-old Negro' girl and
her father were shoved out of
the registration line but saved
from harm by the school prin principal
cipal principal At Sherman Elementary,
three Negroes tried to enroll.
When they left an adult ac
companying them, George Nel Nelson
son Nelson of the National Association
ior the Advancement of Color Colored
ed Colored People, was nearly hit by a
white man's list.
The blow mLssed as did "an "another
other "another thrown by the same man
at Tony Triolo, Houston Press
photographer. The man was not
identified.
In coth cases the Negroes at
Houston were Informed of the
city's decision not to integrate
schools. .'
At Texarkana, some 350- miles
north of Houston, a leering
crowd of several hundred turn-
ed back a Negro girl- who

passed her entrance test taJ

the junior college ana a Negro
boy wno had come to the school
to see if he passed his test.
They found, in addition to a
solid line of 50 pickets, a sign
chalk? d on the sidewalk wad wading
ing wading "Nisger who crosses this
line will die."

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