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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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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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Jordan
Claims
New Raid
JERUSALEM. Sept 14 (UP)
Jordan charged today that Is Israeli
raeli Israeli lorcei killed at least 40 Jor Jordanians
danians Jordanians last night in an attack
that wiped out the desert bead bead-quarters
quarters bead-quarters of the British-trained
Arab leion.
A Jordanian protest to unit united
ed united Nations truce supervisors wild
ihe headquarters at Gharandel
only Jordanian outpost on the
frontier between the Dead Sea
and Gulf of Akaba was "total "totally
ly "totally demolished." ';.
. The still Incomplete casualty
count increased the toll of this
week's border Incidents to a a-round
round a-round 75. The Gharandel attack
was the most serious to be re reported
ported reported since the Gaza raids that
Inspired UN Secretary Geneial
Dag Hammarskjold'i "save the
peace" mission Jast year. r
A turn of UN obMwart left at
ne for Ghmiidcl, ht th trt
115 miln'toHlh ( hire, invai-M
tiaat th Jordanian chill:
Jordan said Israeli forces
? w blocks across all the roads
1 J inn to "the headquarters
hur.iinfir and then launched
t -pit attack. All of the buildings
f ,i vehicles at the scene were
c iroyed. ;:
Thf attack was over by mid-
r !it, and all of the raiders had
v 'rawn across the border Dy
1 ) am., Jordan s'.urrcs suid.
ihe i, .m, stroiis;est armored
' 1 i U.r Arab v rld. v.ns i
' to ft r"-t ''so
1 -tCly in. : -il. bill ?-tie i-i-
-li sources iieved it ; may
vt brcn iiU 'pd as retalia retalia-i
i retalia-i for the kin:1"'? of three
atchniea by Jordanians yester-
I The Gharandel incident .was
he first major assault on an
rab legion post since last year,
hen Jordan dismissed Lt. Gen.
ohn B. Glubb and the other
;ritish officers who organized
md trained the legion and
prevented It from taking part in
simmering Palestine frontier
violence. . '. .:
Dcdy of CZ Woman
Who Died Suddenly
To Get US Burial :
, Tentative plans were tinder
way today to snd the body of
Mrs. Florence Luman, SB, who
died suddenly at Ft Clayton
last Tuesday, to the States lor
burial. '
She was -the wife of SFC
Howard E. Luman of the Head Head-ouarters
ouarters Head-ouarters t)et. (7445) Ft. Clayton
who may accompany her body
if it leaves Sept 2Q aboard the
USNS Gibbons.
Mrs. Luman also leaves a
daughter. Deborah, ag seven.
Burial may be arranged in
Hillsboro, Ohio. ,:

2 Admonished, 1 Sentenced
For Breaking CZ Probation

Three men who had broken
probation for felonies committed
to the Canal Zone faced justice
in U.S. District Court this morn morning.
ing. morning. r--
Two were let off wtih admon admonitions;
itions; admonitions; the third had probation
of his one-year sentence for
grand larceny revoked and he
was sent to Gamboa penltentia-
ry- : :v :; ; ,; j '': i i-Henry
Henry i-Henry Joseph Grant 32, Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, had been found guilty
in Balboa Magistrate's Court of

loitering around the parking lot;souih, 28, Panamanian, had had

at Balboa YMCA.
Thoush imposition of sen sentence
tence sentence was suspended by the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate, Judge Guthrie
F- Crowe explained to him that
GtfMBS VHI Viernes Sept. 14 V.
AD D2 ADMONISHED .. n,..,,.
nevertheless his conviction was;
a technical breach of probation,
which had been granted on con condition
dition condition that ,h break no law of
tne Canal Zone or Panama.
H's loiter'ng conviction was
based on a charge of solkitinjt
bus passengers from among a
F roup of passrneers of a vi vi-i
i vi-i :-t British ship who, had
popped In the "" at 10:30

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il AKISH
IGYPT

JOIDANI-IUAEU CLASH SOUTH OF
HflHON 014 ARMISTICE LINE SfAUKS
MOUNTING AKAI ISRAELI TENSION.

REPORT CLASHES IN MIDDLE EAST. Newsmap locates
, area in the Hebron region, where Jordan charges Israeli forces
blew up a police. station and killed at least -20 Jordanians.
Israel countercharged that Jordan troops killed six Israeli'
aoldiers, wounded three others and dragged their bodies a a-cross
cross a-cross the border to make it appear they had Invaded Jordan

Third Negro Child ;
Enters Clay School

CLAY; Ky.,- Sept., 14 (UP) 0-
Two Nesro children returned to
Clay Elementary School -' and
were Joined by a third Negro
child today despite a published
opinion of the state attorney
general that they had no legal
right to do so.
Adj. Gen, J. J. B. Williams,
commander of the 'National
Guard trocns w! lch have kept
the way to s nool open for
Jtv-s Gon i. I ). and his sister.
' 'v rmn-1
i r -J. i. gi'o son of
A.r. id .s. 1 !ia-"e Copelfnd,
who live at Number Five Min
ing Camo about two miles from
the Gordon home at Wheatcroft,
Cb:.:j Ci C::ch
Swlmmins. and flshina at Ft.
Amador have been- suspended
temporarily as a precautionary
measure, a spokesman for Ha.
TJSARCARIB conformed today.
Approximately 20 pelicans
were found dead or dying along
the Amador causeway on Thurs
day and swimming and fishing
were immediately stopped by
the Post Commander, CoL Rob
ert W. Garrett.
The USARCARIB Surgeon's
Office. and the Health- Bureau
of the Canal Zone government
are investigating the cause, but
nothing definite has yet been
determined.
Specimens of the dead birds
were submitted at once to the
laboratory of the Health Bu
reau for tests.
No ether beaches at USAR
CARIB posts have been effected.
p.m. Grant had contended he
was merely directing the paa paa-senger
senger paa-senger the way back, to their
us.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard recommended that Grant
be let off with a warning.
Judge Crowe concurred, tell
ing Grant that if he continued
to get In scrapes he would find
his probation revoked and would
go to the pen. ; ; ?
I Bus driver Franklin Benjamin
a recent conviction in Balboa
Court for driving his bus on a
street restricted to buses. On
Nov. 6, 1951, he had been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to three years for grand
larceny, with a suspension for
five years. Thus the suspension
had less than two months to
run
The District Attorney called
the court's attentioirto the fact
that this was the third time
South had been up for violation
of the conditions of his proba probation.
tion. probation. He added that each time
SoiKh had been admonished. v
runnermore, since being on
probation. South had had 13
(lonunuea on rago ceJ. s)

. "Let th peofle

"lA7 I ; J h .: Grave; Eden 1

7AtL JLJL Stays Hrm
" LLi1' T- LONDON,' Sept 14 (TJP)

I
Ky. The boy said he had been
attending the fifth grade at a
Negro school in Providence, Ky
for the past week.
Th thraa childran arrived at
tchool fiva minuUi bafor claitat
pentd at I a.m. Gtncral Willi.mi
dray th la a 4 car, fallawad fcr
Mr. Gordon't car with th chil children,'
dren,' children,' and a atat oolin crufur
A detachment of 500 National
Guardsmen main formed a cor
don at the foot of the hill on
Which the SChoolhOUSP 'stands
but the move s-emed almost un-'
' ""',vy ss tr wfr--- on'v a-
1, .. .... '- ;j ; ,p
lives on t: e st ,! buses, and
none of then ent : r 1 the school.
AS classes began, Mrs. Irene
Powell, the principal, and eight
wauners oi a stair of 17 were
present
Asked if th n! i no- iw atn.
Gen. Jo M. Ferguson that the
Negro children had no right to
attend the school would affect
his actions today. Williams said-
I ka order ar aat haing chiag chiag-ad
ad chiag-ad unlaat I rtctiva t h i ordart
Irom th f mor. 1 arafar that
rht ordan b aivta to ma Bar
anally." ; .
T30V. A. B Hhandlpr an far ha.
declined to comment on the le
gal opinion nanded down by the
state's chief, legal officer yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. ,-
Mrs. Gordon air tii
Ing she was still undecided as to
wnemer sne would take court
action to compel the Webster
County Board of Education to
begin racial inters tirm rf
-
Wabttar Countv iuii!iiiuj.rf
Wilbur Collin indicattd no actio
woyio t.kan to rh Ngr
childran iit of ha tchoel antil thd
hoard of aducation raceivea official
Motif icatioo of Ferauion'i opinion
and acti upon It. Ha uaacttd th
board to oit toniaht. 4
It is my opinion the board
will bar the children but of
course we won't know until the
meeting or until a possible court
uraer, is issued." Collins said.
Ferguson based his opinion on
the fact that the Webster school
board has taken no official steps
toward desegregation. He said
the Supreme Court in ita nntnlAn
of May 31, 1955, made it clear
that desegregation la the re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility of the local boards
vi raucauon.
61 IB Ccjij Fc-:d
'n RP Afl:r X-Ray
TmIj Laj:n::i
More than S.nnn rh v...
have been taken In Panama
during August as part of the
mass x-ray campaign against
campaign against tuberculosis
bein carried out by he Ministry
ui rTiDiin neaiut m cooperation
with the Point Four Program.
a louu or s43 x-rays were
taken last month from which
61 rases were found to be posi positive
tive positive tuberculosis cases and 118
were diagnosed as suspicious
and remain under study.
The Mobile Unit of he De Department
partment Department of Public Health work worked
ed worked In different sections of the
city Including the University of
Panama, several hteh schools
and the Santa Ana district.
Since the mass .x-ray cara-
naifm was started nearly two
vears ago. a total of 128,465 x
ravg of the chest' have been
taken, from which 2,025 positive
ravs have been registered and
13.409 were suspicious cases.

lnm ths trtl end tU

J-ONDON, Sept 14 (TJP) -The
threat of an immediate
war oTer the Sue Canal reV
walkout of Suet Canal pilots
that is expected to cripple or
close the waterway.
vJa6 sbt-weefold crisis
emained a grave one and Brit British
ish British Prime Mihister Anthony
Eden refused to renounce the
use of force as a last resort and
warned that Israel might be
next in Egypt aim, 0n the Ca Canal
nal Canal Issue.
,ln sam specifically f he
.ii ,w UN security Opun Opun-cU
cU Opun-cU action if Egypt blocks pilots
of the Canal Users Associktlon
l0m J310 Wps convoys
0UKh the Canal. He would be
u ch,arg' EevPt with
ylolaJns the 1888 Convention
guaranteeing freedom of pas-
In t New York U.N. aources
said the Security Council might
5ysc-onvened "within lew"
' Secretaf of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles' declaration the Unit United
ed United States would not ahoot Its
way through the Suez Canal
also soothed worried diplomats
m Cairo, Western Europe and
the remainder of the world,
Eden's promise of possible IT.
Ting
V 1 : fit
i Wior may. ii
h demands
ti
. oinch. A
.. .iroui;';! the world that peace peaceful
ful peaceful solution be found.
5. itwt.ee Pc.aciCd
01 D Tsd-Dfivcr
Sentencing of four vounc
men wno pleaded, guilty early
una 'nuinn w roDDery was post postponed
poned postponed In U.8. District Court th).
morning until the October terra.
The action was tafcen
Won of Attorney David Eobles,
representing defendant Nicky
Adrian Novikov Sanchez, 19.
Panamanian, one of whose at attorneys,
torneys, attorneys, Charles K. R
wut of town.
No objection was made bv
counsel for the three American
soldiers who pleaded cuiitw
with Novikov, to the robbing of
a taxi-driver last June.
"The other defendants tit
Hugh D. Saxe, 20, Philip T.
Console, 20, and Ralph P. Sand Sanders,
ers, Sanders, 23 of the 903 AAA Batta Battalion,
lion, Battalion, Ft. Clayton.
' All defendants were remand remanded
ed remanded to Balboa jail.

Gor gas Doctor Honored For Polio Fight;
22 Others Awarded Cash And Certificates
Dr. James R. West, pediatri- employe to receive, the Distln- Service award on the basis of man,' 8upply and1 Employe Ser Ser-clan
clan Ser-clan at Gorgas Hospital, has guished Service Award and the her fine work in the Revenue vice Bureau, $25; Victor R. Co Co-received
received Co-received the Distinguished Ser. second to win the citation for Accounting Section, v r, lona, office machine operator,
Vice award of the Canal organ- superlative performance of duty $25; Raymond O. Bush, sanitary
i7,atioii. for his outstanding was authorised late, last year. Mrs.' McLaughlin Is employed inspector, Health Bureau, $25;
work during the recent out-since the special recognition as a supervisory accounting John E. Davis, engineer, En En-break
break En-break of poliomyelitis. '. He was acting chief of the clerk at Coco Sole Hospital. She glneering Division, $25; Robert
Threa other employes In the pediatric service during the two was awarded the citation for L. Ridge, steam engineer, Ter Ter-Health
Health Ter-Health Bureau were also pre-month period from May 19 to outstanding w o r k exceeding njinals Division, $20;. Chlqulta
sented Superior Service awards July. 20-when 25 polio patients, rormal duty'requlremenU and O. Cassibry, clerk, office of the
for the performance of their all children, were admitted to in developing beneficial tech- Comptroller, $15; Al.ber t H,

normal duties. They were Mrs. the hospital. Working witn a niques in the accounting wor. nocKey general joremau, ier ier-Exler
Exler ier-Exler J. Hopkins, MrsV Irene B. limited staff because of the M r s. Brayton, accounting minals Division, $15. ; ;
McLaughlin, and Mrs. Gladys vacation season, he continued clerk at Coco Solo Hospital re- 'f; V
W. Brayton.1 Jiis normal duties as pediatri- ceived the Superior Service clta- James R, Shirley, housing

The citations, together with
cash awards of $300 'to Dr.V
West and $100 each to the
other three employes, were'
personally presented this week

In a ceremony on the front follows ;
steps of the Administration "Working day juid night, far
Buildinp at Balboa Heights beyond the point of normal fa fa-by
by fa-by Gov. W. E. Potter. "tigue. you have given superior
In addition to the four a- care to your patients, many of
wards for exceptional service, whom were critically 111.
19 other employes received cash "This service to the comrau comrau-awards
awards comrau-awards for suggested Improve-nity, far beyond the call of
ments under the Incentive A- duty, typifies the highest prln prln-ward
ward prln-ward Program. Attending the clples of the medical profession.

ceremony were the various bu- It well deserves the signal hon- the amount of the a w a r d cal Division, $15; and Ivan L,
reau directors of the employes or that this honorary award which were given follow: i Jenkins and Warren D.; Mar Mar-recelvlns
recelvlns Mar-recelvlns awards, and John D. denotes." : i v :, ( r m ? puard, commissary supervisors
Hollen, who is chairman- of the Mrs. Hopkins, supervisory ac- Russell T. Wise, safety en- la the Commissary Division
incentive awards committee, countlr.? assistant at Gorgas gineer. Safety Branch, $35; were given an award of $7.50
Dr. West the third Canal Hospital, received the Superior James B. Hunt, foreman stock- each for Joint suggestion.

cszz&y U s:fn Ahrwhtmt Lbteelt. V

GOES TO MEETING Puffing away on his familiar black
cigar, former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill
head for an emergency meeting, of Parliament on Ithe Suez :
Canal crisis In London, ,-)....,,,...

AAarine, Recruit Slugged
For Failing To Say; 'Sir'

PARRIS ISCAND, S.C;. Sept....
14 AJPI A Mnvlne recruit atl'
th i h'. it ti i t r c irp p h
i (...aimed to ..t y 1 .j was
sli'ucK. iii l ie stomach by a corp corporal
oral corporal because he failed to say
"sir." -
Pvt. Donald Hamisfar, '20,' of
Norwalk, O., was. hospitalized as
a result of a congenital ncrnia
condition and operaten on Aug.
28 for incarcerated hernia
Vcnicn Burglar
Gets 1 Year,
Su:pchd2d fpr'3 J
" Matilde Irene Knight, 20. Pan Panamanian,
amanian, Panamanian, pleaded guilty in UA
District Court this morning to a
charge of burglary. She was giv given
en given a one-year sentence in the
penitentiary,, suspended for
three, years. '',.,
She had entered the room of
another maid at Albrook AFB
and -stolen a purse containing
jewelry and 22 cents. Its total
value was $8.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe asked
the defendant if she understood
the meaning of ."probation."
When she said she did not, he
explained that if she Is convict convicted
ed convicted of any other crime in Pana Panama
ma Panama or the Canal Zone she will
have to terve her term.
i:ian and the maintained a nign
level of treatment for the extra
polio patients, spending many
hours daily on duty.
His citation reads, in part, as

Description of his condition as

ronopiiital" irid!cHtcs ithat it
i tPt at i h.
1 .. .. -.net T. ;. -.noncy,
V- "' miormation olJicer at
Parrts Island, said that medi medical
cal medical authorities "are unable to.
determine whether or not Pvt
' JHamisfar's condition was ao4
gravated by a blow in the itoJ
mach," Vv-i-:'':' :;': i
... 5v,''.f..;'..' ty. !;'..;''. (''.' :'!.''' ,f
Onto his charges was initiated
the day before the surgery.
Hamisfar claimed he wai
struck in the stomach by a sup
ply corporal when the recruit of
two days failed to add "sir" In
answer to a question. He was
working under the supply corr-
orai or the Fifth Recruit Train
1ng Battalion at the time of the
alleged Incident. : j 3
He was expected to be releas
ed from the hospital here "'in
about 10 days to two weeks,"
Mahoney said.
Mahoney said "further pro.
ceeamgs :, i i await Hamlsfar's
personal testimony upon return
from tHe hospital, l ...
f: The recruit's mother, Mrs. R.
L. Hamisfar, claimed her son
was slugged two days after he
was inducted at Cleveland, ihe
said the incident took place
during demonstration on the
uses of a mop and bucket. .
McKeon was convicted W
leading a training march of re
cr.uits into tidal waters of the
base where six men drownea.
The conviction Is being revlew-J
ed by mgn mmtary autnonuea.
tion aw ior superior perioral-
ance ot the accounting wdrk at
the hospital and, for aiding- in
, receiving payroll and accounting
systems.
Durinf the ceremony Gov..
Potter also congratulated and
presented checks to 19 other
Canal employes who had won
cash Incentive awards rang ranging
ing ranging from $7.50 to $35 for their
employe suggestions.
The names of employes and

World Shipping

Begins Long Trek

Around, Good Hope

LONDON. Sent 14 (UP)
end begins in earnest the long
of Good Hope.
It coincides with the mass

on the Suez Canal, a move almost certain to curtail dras-

ricaiiy tne number ot ships hard-pressed Egyptian author,
ities will be able to put through the disputed waterway.
Some shipoina, notablv liners bound for A

diverted weeks ago. In these few cases shipowners felt the
additional two to three days journey around tht Cape
more than compensated for the risk, of a tie-up at Suez

uuc 10 g piigr snorrage.
Barber Says
Eden Needs :
A Haircut
LONDON, Sept. 14 (CPX
May fair hairdresser Albert
Saphler suggested today in
the British Barbers' Magazine
that Prime Minister Anthony
Eden get a haircut and trim
his moustache.
F.den's rurrpnt haircut "sliows
hr f I i- "' 'v rf
one v mo I s 1 w t I I I-nxaii.
nxaii. I-nxaii. at viiis i...t hcii ?
underslnod" Saphier said. "It
also Indicates a suggestion of
conscious superiority." :
Ho thought a trimmed
moustache would give Eden
"an added air of firmness to
a sensitive face.".
"Something more itateS-f
manlike," he said.
PisiEc CZ Auclba
Tc'.m:itov S:rl$
At 8:33 laiBsIba
Hundreds of miscellaneous 1 1-tems
tems 1-tems wJl be put up for auction
tomorrow by the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal In Building No. 6 in the
Industrial Area In Balboa.
The articles to be auctioned
have been available1 for inspec inspection
tion inspection for the past two days in
Building S and will be placed
on sale at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow.
The time schedule for the auc auctioning
tioning auctioning of the various lots are
indicated In the sales catalog.
Among1" the articles to be
auctioned tomorrow are three
automobiles, six trucks, a mo motorcycle,
torcycle, motorcycle, typewriters, adding
machines, plumbing fixtures,
furniture, blankets, nails, water
pumps, kitchen sinks, miscel miscellaneous
laneous miscellaneous boat and navigation e e-qulpment,
qulpment, e-qulpment, and two tons of sand.
maiiancmeni, aiae nousuiB aim
OrouLds Division, $15; Austin
t'. Yoder, storekeeper, Store-
nouse Division, io, c. r. Bcno
nert, clerk In the mail han handling
dling handling unit, Postal Division, $15;
Ida H. Fuller, accounting clerk,
Payroll Division, $15: Paul Ba Ba-donsky,
donsky, Ba-donsky, engineer, Locks Divi Division.
sion. Division. $15; Robert E. L. Brown,
supervisory electrical engineer,
Engineering Division, $25; Rich
ard H. Egolf, accountant,: Ac
counting Divisions $15; Laura
J. Nelson, clerk-typist, Electrl

World .hinnin tJ,T Ji-

haul around Africa's Copt
. -
walkout of
Shipowners and mvmmnf.i.
are now meeting to plan fever feverishly
ishly feverishly for the flood of ahipplng
xr1 w "ver vo ine round
the-Caoe rout whit-v, nuri.
doubles the Journey to and from
the Persian Gull. A high Brit British
ish British ministry of transport offi
clal is already In Capetown dis discussing
cussing discussing with South African au-
wiwiuca now iacillUes at the
Miirwl of Durban, Port
EUzabeth and Capetown tan be -expanded
to handle the tremen tremen-dous
dous tremen-dous new burden, ..
Ship bwneri sre
London to j i
an I ro'.-" i
additional ii) slii. i h-
normal traffic.
At this stage no one v pre prepared
pared prepared to sav this win h ih
nor one thing, the most t al
problem will be that of ta, i s.
and today's tankers come in
much, larger sizes than mo.t of
ine snips now n yins; th C: a
route.' ,.:.. ;......
The tanker crista la matniv
shortage of ships. The addition additional
al additional expense of using the Capo
route to bring Middle East oil to
Europe Is not great enough to
cause any severe dislocation.
i out the warM u doe-rut hao
tha taohan to npa with the aaai aaai-Haaal
Haaal aaai-Haaal aina diya to two woakt ra
oulred r tha Capo fmrraay.
Nearly 69.000.000 ton 4 ll
passed through the- Sues Canal
last year. More than half the
canal a total cargo going around
the Cape would cut In half the
number of round trips each
tanker could make every year,
and shipping circles aay another
3,500,000 tons of tankerage would
be needed.
The 200.000 tons of tankaraao
In the UJS. reserve fleet Is a drop
In the bucket compared to the
neeas. .:.' .
The regular freighter altnatinn
is not so critical. Even using the
slow liberty ships to the Amer American
ican American mothball fleet, an estimat estimated
ed estimated four or five times as many
ships are available as would be
needed for use the alternative
route. v....
" Another factor Is that drr car
go ships can more easily afford
waiting even matter of weeks '-,
for a chance to Join a convoy
through the Sues CanaL Tnti
not true with hard messed
tanker fleets. -V
Tanker ownara armrnfi
have not tyet made any firm
plans for coping with the Sues
emergency. . i
But they are taking Into con consideration
sideration consideration Importing mora South
American oil as the best alter-
native .to Butt,.-:,,,?, u ;
' 1 . i i i i,i ", i.
No Spoon Here,
: Merely A Hoof
BUFFAIA N.V.; Sept. 14UP
) John Foster Dulles was eh.
rscterired by Sen. Albert Gore
(D-TENN.) last night as they
first Secretary of State born with
a sliver foot in his mouth."
Gore, In an address befnne the
Young Democats of Western New
York, accused Dulles of having
"confounded the confusion" over
the Suet Canal crisis.
He also charged the Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower sdininstrstion with indo
clsion, confusion and lack of poii.
tive leadership" in the Canal dis
pute,.
Before hit address, Gore told a
press conference he thought the
vice presidential nomination
of Richard Nixon had improved,
chances for a Demoratic victory
this fall.



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' IS II THE "IC THAT MAKES DEMOS CUCK?

6lr: , . " .-
! Originally it was the DemocraUc Republican Party. That was
in the early days of the United States as a repubUc. Once our
country became established as a republic it .was no longer neces neces-sary
sary neces-sary to remind rotars of that obvious fact Then toe name of the
'party was shortened to. the Democratic Party. Now the astute
RepubUcan national committee wants to shorten it still more by
(cutting off the"ic.", v ..
. The fact that the "Democrat" Party, as the Republicans pre
spose to have it, is ungrammatical is probably its greatest attrac attrac-;fi
;fi attrac-;fi v.. Ttar. thinm that thev abhor more than

correct grammar and diction. Such things are the hallmark of
...v.. j- flr tham tf a nm nc r t. and helone to trie

Democratic Party. That's enough to burn up the good old split

jiniiniuve, ooume negative iiepuouuMM,
i -i.. ..-.i.. nmi.MA Q.-An a VinMlno t.ha ftnrmsl

n nn tn intm and ridicule. Thev are totally unconscious Of

ihow ridiculous it makes the Republicans. They are so serious a-
bout it that they have employed a man at a good salary, who

wui aevom iuu ume to uawg u iu oun yi uimuun.

That treat Republican, praised by Gen. Eisenhower in the
campaign, Sen. Joseph McCarthy, may be credited with orin orin-.
. orin-. ginating this nation-shaking policy. He started it when he and
"Roy Cohn and David Shine were virtually bossing both the State
iand Defense Departments, under pretense of hunting Commu Communist
nist Communist in government. At that time Gen. Eisenhower was induj induj-'trtmir
'trtmir induj-'trtmir atfcemntinar td lmrirova his eolf score at the Burning Tree

Gold Club. When Sen. McCarthy snarled "Democrat", Party it

Jsounded Just awful and subversive, too. Npw it sounas just a mi

But to return to the salaried "antl-ic9 Republican. His name
'is L. Richard Guylay and by profession he is & press agent. His
new Job is to ride herd on Republican speakers, other Republican
press agents, television script writers, ghost speech writers and

other hign priced RepuDiican neip, to see inat tne k is oroppea
from Democratic. Nice Job for a grown man., ; v. j- ,
; Now on the same subject let me quote a letter from Arthur
! J. Morgan to the editor of The New York Times:
- "We members of the Democratic Party'wlll maintain our good
Insme, as well as our composure, in the face of attempted rechrist rechrist-enlng
enlng rechrist-enlng of our Party by such unauthorized persons as Messrs, Dew,
Nix r Eisenhower."
. Don't forget to send today for your absentee ballot You know
how to vote it.

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By VICOTR RIESEL

It will be Dwisht D. Eisenhewer

snd not Adiai Stevenson who will
Have tne most star studded labor

audience uus fall.

We may yet se the President
of the U.S. on the same platform

wim jonn u Lewis, waiter Reuth

er. George Meany and many of

tie tub-uumping labor leaders
who are determined to retire Mr.
Eisenhower to his Gettysburg ad-

ores., we u gee all una u the la labor
bor labor chiefs accept invitations to a
banquet from their colleague,
Maurice Hutcheson. Hutcheson

has reserved the Grand Ballroom

or the sneraton park Hotel in

Washington for the night of Oct.

Z3.

Hutcheson', guest of honor will
be the President' of the United
States, he reports, and not Dwisht

a. iLisennower, candidate for re re-election.
election. re-election. The occasion will be the

Carpenters Brotherhood celebra

tion ox 73 years oi existence in
this free land. And the union pres

ident hopes the diamont jubilee

will come off without a single po political
litical political remark..

The invitation to speak at this

Celebration was extended person

ally by Hutcheson to Mr. Eisen

hower last April, it was originally
set for Labor Day, a holiday
which was a carpenters' sugges suggestion
tion suggestion away back in the Mauve
Decade. But the President took ill

and the date was then set for Oct,

I This moved it into the campaign
and for a few soul-searchini days

Hutcheson talked with his col

leagues. They wanted to avoid be

ing hit by the charge of poliitcal
exploitation of the diamond jubi jubilee.
lee. jubilee. Meanwhile the President's
daendar became jammed and
Oct. 23 came up as the only night

Bout Mr. Eisenhower and the ball ballroom
room ballroom were available. Of such
mundane details is history assembled.-
. i

It will not be considered partH

ian io report marine rreswentj

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Ef JACK A.X2HZZH

t'.i

a fcas inv3;;;sti
a Senate-Hauit co!e-

e cf for Ireland

n.v5m.VuiUN Lncie Sim is This ft:
quietly stre-;;-.ii--r his mUitary report tia;
muscle in tho Jlid,. East in gauoa wui

case secretary of State Dulles-, Minday to k; s th- Rlam.,, c-.

peace eitorts should collapse.! The report t. -ed out to be fnvo.
The Air Force is readying tactical ious. 1 10 &!v
squadrons from the Ninth Airi Six senators and six ; eo"-re
Jorce (Shaw field, S.C.) toxtend mea are fly ? to 'the emerald
to the Middle East ... Official isle to help t JicateVs"- of
story will be that'the movement Commodore J hn Barry c- of
was planned six months ago and; America's gre t sea heroes In

"vtuuig j uu wnu uic uiik. aai, iiisu-rtnn leans claim he

w wuun rau Jones, va: tha

Crisis.

The N'avv has alreariv hppferf m

its Sixth Fleet, now ha two at-

father of the VS. Wavy.

Meanwhile,

GOP; Democratic 'Facts'
v By Peter. Ed son

.

himself raised the Issue of the ap-j wAanAiuiu inv uonars. mere are pproximaieiy, ine nepunncan apeaners book
parent political aspect of the gala Reading theiiew Democratic Fact millioa U.S. families. The as cites several examples of savings

evenins which wiU hava as its book ana a companion KepiiDii-

veninT nrhih will hva its! book and a companion Republi

master of ceremonies that affable! can Speakers Book, you wouldn't
president, Walter Pidgeon, as he' think Uiey were written about the
oih... hi..M';. thnfn aani' country. i ,' -: j :

....

dashes between a local; theatre

and the Sheraton Park ballroom,
i It was finally decided that, al

though there -will be many whoi

will cnaree pontics, nowing saia

that night should be so contrived

as to be misconstrued as pouucai.
The President agreed to come

and bis people soon will be work

ing on a speech which will be
broadcast to the world as an ex-
amnla it IKa til. njith Aihtrh Wi

ail live toaether. i s s f

This talk will be a balm i

The Republican version is that

there's 'nothing wrong with' the

country today. The Democratic
version is that there's' nothing
right.
Both books are pocket-sized;
though the GOP book will fit in a

slightly smaller pocket They're

arranged by subject matter, from
Agriculture and. Atoms through

xaxes, women and south,

Any crididate wanting to spout

Will be a balm tO a nnli'lxal naah .M rin if a.ann

America's free labor and a chal-hv thumhinff throueh th inn.nHi

.Mm..;MA hui.m trti v

lenge to the Communist world to
match us. The television cameras

will pick up the faces and voices
of bitter political opponents break-

lnr bread, not heads, inis pe pe-pends,
pends, pe-pends, of course, on the, number
of RSVP cards favorably returned
to the Carpenter's headquarters by

the national labor leaders,' all of i
whom are being invited and few!
of whom will not want to join in

this celebration. After an, a car

een ter bv the name of Peter Ma-

guire was president of the AFL

tor -tm'-!"-

Aona of this means that there

is a single labor chief of national
prominence willine to head a Re

publican labor committee. It's ac

curate to report that Dave Beck

and Maurice Hutcheson have oeen
approached by GOP leaders, n
Beck has been praising the

President for his help in putting

over the huge road building pro

gram, the largest single govern government
ment government project in civilized history,
lncludtna the pyramids. Bht Beck

would not step out front. Neither

would Hutcheson. Both have said
that their unions could not consti constitutionally
tutionally constitutionally be pledged to any candidate..-
- V:-:; .;-:-.-.-

There Is a move inside the Re

publican National Committee nev nevertheless
ertheless nevertheless to get up a national la labor
bor labor committee, but it's bogged

down by a feud inside the policy
sanctum,

La Dor ecreiary jamei r.

Mitchell wants to head ud that

labor unit and hit out for labor
names and sunoort. But other

strategists Have blocked mm

Thev don't think a cabinet mem

ber should be out front trying to

whin un such suDDOIt. MltChelL

turn; has vetoed the launching of

a committee untu ne can get
prestige labor names which are
nn avallahta so stronir is labor's

partnership with we Democratic

party. i. -Uesoite
the temptation, the

President will not attempt to cloak
himself with labor's friendship at

the star-studded aiamona juouea.
And th fahnr chiefs will probably

show up! No matter what we call

each other tnese campaign nays,
we're not a bad crowd at all in

these United States

pages of whichever one fits his
prejudices. All he has to do Is

pick 'out the allpged "facts' he
wants, then twist them to suit his

purpose.
Here are a few examples 'on
how to confuse the voters:
The GOP handbook says, on
page 92; that- the, Republicans
made possible tax cuts averaging
$100 per family. . :
The Democratic Fact Book says
on page 25 that the tax bill, of the
average income family has gone
up under the GOP from $794 in
1952 to $809 in 1955 a $15
increase. ';' '-,.:..'-,
t At first glance, they ean'f both
be right, and yet they probably
are. It figures like this:;;,
Total individual income tax re reductions
ductions reductions resulting from the 1954
tax bill were around 4.5 billion

erage cut was $100 per family.

. But this. Is ,. entirely different
from-saying; as the 30P Speak Speakers
ers Speakers Book does on page 93 that
the "GOP program in, 1951 actual actually
ly actually gave every family a $100 tax

cut."-;? ;.v.fi,;;;

under the 1954 tax law: "Working
widows can now deduct $600 paid

for care of their children under
12 saving $120 on $3,000 income
. . The $3,000 family with $150

medical, expenses can now da
duct $G0 from taxable income .'
Seven million persons receiving

i Thhs was the average Some tax free (saving $10 or morel and
families got-cuts of more than a four per cent reduction oa the
$100 ind many' other families got rest or $8 saving on $200 balance!
less,.Vf j. f .ft -k ifrom $250 dividends)."; I
r.I,-i;ir.Lni-.- is the Democratic Fact'

,6 "JiUoot comment on these cuts:

privat '-non.

tack carriers one cruiser divi-;,n,' pact has been
sion, three destroyer squadrons,! "ached by the sU Irish-American
and several support ships in the House members three Demo Demo-Mediterranean
Mediterranean Demo-Mediterranean ... Am nni! crata. and Three" Rennhncona

have-also -been tipped off thatiwho are going. They are: John
they may be shipped to the Suex'Kooney (IX,!..), kty Madden
in case of war . Battle plans (D.Jnd.), Tom O'K ill (D.,Mass,),
have been prepared by the Joint! Bernard Kearney (it.,N.Y.), Tim
Chiefs of Staff for any emergency! heehan -and James

f"a" A.,iia.;. me latter,
Meanwhile, the Suex is sixiUng oesPe ms r e ii c h-sounding
. Suex Dilots. wha ffnida ihins name, Stoutly insists' hi.' forehpara

through the canaL are preparing. weJe irisn-

to walk out tonight. This would "ePubiican Kearney and Demo-

siop canai iramc, cut off valuable auuuod nave solemnly
revenue to Egypt-... Communist Pled8ed no "partisan 'quarreling"
countries have offered to send during the trip. K
river pilots to keep the canal "w are in the midst of an
open. It is such a tricky water I "ectara campaign and the temp temp-way,
way, temp-way, however, that It would take ty'100 W1'I be great to engage in
months to train them... ipoUUcal bickermg," Madden told
As a possible long-range soIu-'nis' GOP colleague. "But I trust
tlon, the West may build a paral-!w will all make an earnest ef--lel
canal through Israel from the 01 to forget politics for a few
Mediterannean to the Gulf of y nd trsvel together in har-

Aqaba . Engineers believe it niy., n

can be completed in two to three: agree, with you," replied
years ... !. .:,. I Kearney. "Let our flight to Ire.

;iana 09 piessea ny orotneny love.
Dictator v Nasser Isn't entirely i That is. unless you Deuiocrati

the strongman he seems to be.1 start something'

He hasn't, been dictator longi

enough to consolidate his bold on
the country ,. Nasser Is having
trouble with the WAFD, the fol-

Cotirt Candidate
WASHINGTON WHTBT. -' prst.

lowers of dethroned King Fsrouk dent Eisenhower is mulling over

"u Auiii-cny wue in fiuwer, aiu. a iist oi names io iui uie supreme
tne Moslem brotnerhood, the Court -vacancy. Most surprising
right-wing fanatics swho would name on the fist, ex-Secretary of
like to gain power ... Even the; Defense Louis Johnson, a Demo-starry-eyed
university professors crat . i Spajrks sre flyings be be-and
and be-and students, who rabidly sup- tween Army Secretary Wilber

ynim passer in we ocginning,! jsruCKCT' and WS "-met or 5'all,

are becoming disillusioned. They
have a feeling he has over-;

promised ...
Nasser's most serious problem

is economic . He has mort-

erage annual income of around!

4t L-n j -n

tt nini maw hava h.4 .Kau ,, eveiy uuiiar oi lax reuei.

hiii. it iaiHa to-stockholders who comprise the

, fiam: ".,,. 7'- t iuuj tne tisennower admimstra

fc V aVVUI VWIk ovja,

There is, anottipr example; how

ever, in wnien uie democratic

rati cuor .lonures tne iary;uai!e
to give an impression favorable

to the Democrats. '..

FELLOW TRAVELER

NEW HAVEN, Cohn; (UP)

a xsew iforx salesman, Anthony
S. Rivera, was fined $24 for
speeding. Embarrassed, he told

the judge he had only $10. A

stranger in the courtroom offered
to, pay, the balance of the fine.
Rivera acceptedi Explained the
stranger, John H. Williams of
Hsrtford;., "I'm a salesman my myself,
self, myself, and I hate to see a brother

in trouble. , ,

tion felt we could 'afford' to give
less than a nickel, to working
mothrs l"s than a dime to
families' -.wiili heavy medical ex expenses
penses expenses ,". , i
Reading this hurriedly you may
get the impression that the 1954
tax bill cut taxes to working
mothers- and families with heavy
medical expenses only t nickel
and a dime. It's tricky emphasis
to give the worst possible impres impression
sion impression : u : 1 1
What the foregoing' differences
in interpretation show is that
every voter has to be awfully
careful of what he -swallows this
year. There are political medicine

men abroad in the land today,
trying to sell eyewash as good red

lucxer. : i .-,

Gen. Maxwell Taylor. Jael

thinks the other has, been en encroaching'
croaching' encroaching' too much -. on his 'au 'authority.
thority. 'authority.
Despite denials, President
Elsenhower formally a ppeotpd an

gagea i.gypi s xuiure couon crops invitation to address the carpen carpen-for
for carpen-for Red arms. This has left the ters' convention next month-...'

country with no uncommitted re-. n wss carpenters' boss Maurice,

Hutcheson who withdrew the in

vitation, Reason: be was sore

sources for years to come.

Poultry Scandal

The poultry industry is In

BUSY DAY

m AftT.nnnn. Mass. UPV- A

M.rihnro man has fire in bis eve.

but it isn't becsuse he's mad.

Twice the same day, Herbert Ha Ha-german
german Ha-german discovered f I r e s snd
sounded the alarms.

H)

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Silver Wheat is a new sterling
design that is both modern and

beautiful. It is modern but not extreme modern, contemporary with
touch of the traditional . perfect for young moderns and their
new way of life. See it now in our silverware department

over Vice President Nixon's re-,
nomination . The Justice De De-nnrtment
nnrtment De-nnrtment ia trvinff tn hold ud in-

tiziy over the warning, first pub- dictments in the Chicago tax
lished in this column, that 26 dis-' scandal until after the election.

eases can be passed from poultry Too many high Washington oUi oUi-to
to oUi-to people, yet only one-fourth of cials are involved, a reminij-r to
the chickens and turkeys eaten the public that tax scandals didn't
in the country are government in- end with the Truman admintrtri admintrtri-spected.
spected. admintrtri-spected. I tion.
In an at'-M.. I to l--Si up t-i tx-?"','in s 1! '1 t l
scandal, James G-m of The rul- James -s - i
try and T.t'a Nation..! Board has in recomm. .
mailed a confidenUal memo to frted t sso !; I 1
poultry processors. i the tune of $1.. J,0 .1. 1st,, t
'Tlease keep in mind that a VOrk for an Ksso subsiuinry
controversial Issue brought out Maritime Administrator Clarence
into the open could, under cer Morse has assured this column,)
tain conditions, ultimately caiye however, ; that Mooneye did not
more harm than good," the memo have the final say-so and that
advises. - (the recommendations, were ap-
"This is an inner Industry mat-proved by everyone, including
ter," Gwin adds "Please do not congress and the comptroller
permit publication of ita any general. 1
form." Democrats intended to duck the
sGwin believes the be-)t way to 'Red China issue at Chitago, then
handle the adverse publicity is nastily agreed upon a platform
"the less said the better." He prank opposing UN membership

aiauuwicugeg m o uicuiv, uuw jor uie umnesc communists.

What helped change their minds
was a devastating pamphlet, "In "Invasion
vasion "Invasion Alert," by ex-Ambassador
to Japan Joseph Grew. An expose

ever, that the poultry Industry

may oe forced to fight back.

What worries- him is that pub

licity about diseases spread by of China's drive on the UN. the
poultry might reduce aales. He pamphlet was quietly circulated

auo xears poultry processors strouna ine uemocrauc conven conven-might
might conven-might get slapped with a rigid tion. ; M.
federal Inspection program, which : i n ,. n '., ,. I
would raise 1 processing costs. -.Uav ;.,. .-.
Though few housewives know ft, TAP TROUBLI l '
there is no compulsory federal in- ;;
spection but only a voluntary pro- BROCKTON, Mais.' (UP) v v-grann
grann v-grann tor poultry products. This when tenants moved out ef an
means most chickens that the apartment here, the landlord
nousewives Duy nave not beenicompiained t police that they
government checked tor sanlta- ieft the kitchen sink-but took the
tion and disease. 'faucets. t

Travel Talk

ACROSS

' 1 Swiss
mountain
4EouJh -;
'American
; country
(Females
12 Confederate.
general
IS War god ot
Greece
14 Woven strip
. IS Swiss river
15 Of motion
pictures
18 Chose,
10 Upright
21 Needed or
car travel
22 Consumed
24 Masculine
appellation
36 Heraldic band
27 City in
Oklahoma
50 Nimbler
S2Ubored
34 Felt
SS Sprain
medicine
86 Dutch city
ST Raise
31 Joining
40 Knights-
41 Number
42 Squander
45 Overland
transportation
ot boats
40 Write,
between lines
51 Sailor
12 Halt
83 Stanley
Gardner
84 High priest

SS Church seats
SS Algerian
governors
57 Oriental coin
DOWN
1 Wings
. 3 Loyal
3 Migratory
4 Treaties
5 Indian
Give
7 Employ
(Mariners'
' guides
Despise
10 Heroic

11 Denomination 29
17 Shooting star 31
IS Summons S

Answer to Previous Punt

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Place of

worship

Container
Old
Command
Estranges

Ten (prefix)

First man
Weirder
Place within

18 Reach toward
40 Stairs
41 Woody plants
42 Small bunch
43 Poker stake --
44 Pack :
46 Single
47 High wind
48 "Emerald Isle"
SO Conducted

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AGENCY "DICK" DEHLIUGER
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Panama 3-4984
No. 43 Automobile Row



Friday, smrr 14. IS.'S

TTZ t AXAMA AMERICAN AS INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PA6I THRU

i HIS PLACE IS' IN. THE KITCHEN Broker Aloysha
1 Hockendoner has won blue ribbons over women contestant.
at the Ohio State Fair for his pastry and canning. Hockendoner
v- W at Catholic huh school in Cleveland, Ohio.

Red-prone B Diplomat
SpotfedOW Russia

MOSCOW, Sept. 14 (UP) Vis-j

iting British Socialist Tom u r
berg said yesterday he has seen
former British diplomat Guy ,Bur-!
gess at work in Moscow.
Driberg, a member of the Brit-i
ish Labor "party executive commit committee,
tee, committee, said Burgess works on the
staff of the Soviet Foreign lan

guage, publishing .house.-

Driberg is writing a book about
Burgess, who left Britain and dis disappeared
appeared disappeared behind the Russian cur curtain
tain curtain with a. fellow diiplomat Don Donald
ald Donald MacLean.' He said he had been
seeing Burgess "constantly" since

arriving in the Soviet ,umon one
month ago. : -r

lla-llsn Case Slrfisd
Dy II5PCC 0!iici:l$

CROSSGAR. Ireland. SeDL 1

(UP) Mrs. Margaret Halfpenny

yesterday admitted she locked her

7-year-old son in a hen' sous

'"lor safety" hut said reports that
he had claw-like fingers and a
curved spine and roosted with the
hens were "absolutely untrue.!'
Mrs. Halfpenny said her son
Kevin was "deformed and a little

backward" and could only speak

a few words.' (
"I can understand htm but
,utr -f $' '''. "So
i . i.

... it's v t r y
I titan i i I 'Ue and I only put
him tiier fur safety. All th rest
of th time ho ty with ut in
tho house, and is quit happy at i
piy."
Police and officials of : t h e
National Society, for the Preven'
tion of Cruelty to. Children went
to' Mrs. Halfpenny's home after
they heard reports of a "hen-boy'
who had been cooped up for seven
years, bad claw-like tinners, long
matted hair, curved spine and
could only cackla and cluck like a
hen. -.
The report Is untrue,' a police
spokesman said, but "the facts
are sufficiently serious as to war warrant
rant warrant special investigation."

Driberg has not seen MacLean,

who he said is "on vacation with
his family." MacLeaa'i wife Me Me-linda
linda Me-linda is an American, v ,
Burgess lives in a three room
flat in the center of Moscow, Dri Dri-berz
berz Dri-berz said, and also had a country

villa at his disposal. He said Bur

gess looked well and seemed
to be "well adjusted to his life in
a Socialist state."
"But he still wears hid old Es Estonian
tonian Estonian tie," Driberg said.
Britain's former was minister,
Laborite F. J, Bellinger, suggest suggested
ed suggested tonight that turncoat -diplomats

Guy Burgess and Donald Mac Mac-Lean
Lean Mac-Lean may be guiding "Moscow

and perhaps Cairo" in the Middle
East against Britain.
- "The role of the Soviet .Union
is the Suez dispute is the same
as the imperialist policy of the
Czars," Bellinger told the House
of Commons. ss ;
'The policy is to deny Britain
a water route to the Southern
Hemisphere and deny Britain ac access
cess access to the oil deposits of the Mid Middle
dle Middle East. .;
. "We do not know how far' those
two traitors Burgess and Mac-

Lean have assisted. Let the gov government
ernment government say what they like, I be believe
lieve believe some of those malevolent but
clever people are at work guiding
Moscow and perhaps Cairo in their
A : I A. H! A.

acuuus against mis country. J r
Bibbs rci?a Put "'

j a i ; Airp.ancs

. Bibles are now being placed on

" ot me new Supper-G Constel

latlon airplanes' of Trans-Woi'

Airlines. ; .'

Capt. G. C. Duvall, pilot for
TWA on the Chicago-Los Angeles
run, recently was -presented with
a Bible top lace on. the Siiper-G
plane he would be flying. It was
Duvall who suggested several

years ago that in addition to

fully supply of current magazines

on each plane there should be a

bible.

Since Ihen TWA has carried
bibles furnished bv American

Bible Society, on an TWA flights

me vnuec Mates.

Ta f f '"r' -"
I atw
M.I litilaaaijll

Next Friday, September 21,

the 20th Infantry Regiment will
celebrate the 90th birthday of
their founding when Organiza

tional Day is observed by the
infantrymen at Fort Kobbe.

It was on the same day In

1866, at the Union League Club

house In New York, that the
presentation of colors was made
to the men who had come to
be known as "Sykes Regulars."

The only regiment In the

United States Army designated
by a name, the Sykesmen boast

18 battle streamers commemo

rating their exploits through
the years. ..

Highlighting the day's pro

gram will be a parade on Life Life-liner
liner Life-liner Field in which Col. Frank
D. Miller will review the men of
his command.

At. 2 p.m., Friday afternoon.

Fort Kobbe'a defending basket

ball champions, recent winners

of the Albrook ; Invitational

Tournament, will meet' the

Army Atlantic quintet m a

game at the post gymnasium.
In the evening informal Or

ganlzation Day dances will be

held at the Officer's dub and

MCO .t;iub.. An exhibition of
judo by the Self-Defenders Club
will bS i the attraction at i the

service Club dance.

1

French Parliament
Members Visit US
Senate Chamber

WASHINGTON, Sept. 14 (UP)

More than 20 members of the

French Parliament paid a' courte

sy visit to the Capitol yesterday

ana iriea out the seats in the va vacant
cant vacant senate chamber.
The group was welcomed Infor

mally by Sen. A. Willis Robertson

lu-va.). He occupied the presid presiding
ing presiding officer's chair and made a
short speech to the visiting law lawmakers.
makers. lawmakers.

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American rocK. n- roil" movie
"Rock Around the Clock" set off

a new riot in south London
Wednesday night and more than
300 police were called to quell it

. Mobs of teen-age "Teddy Boys"

surted jeering police while they
waited for buses after the lut

show.. They threw bottles and fire

crackers. &ix, were arrested.
Town councils in Liveroool and

Bradford met yesterday to consi consider
der consider banning the film, which has
touched off vandalism and vio-
lence in theaters all over Britain.!

'Seven, town councils have ban banned
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South Shields, Brighton, Birmmg-

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Most acted oq police advice.
The J.' Arthur Rank orpsnhs-
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difficult night in the cinema
world." Most of the trouble so far
has occurred on Sunday nights.

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! Natalie, who made her film deV
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(didn't fet along at all, to wit: at
; ft press ( conference, Marlena
threw her gloves in Natalie's
'fact, said she'd never make an ante
te ante ther picture with : her and
thereafter "never spoke to me."

STAUNCH DEMOCRAT

PARIS, T'enn.i-(UP)- Napoleon
tonaparte Glover has voted a

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w years old in November.

Adiill Education fcl
Al JL Lute's Ctoeh
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This Sunday ih ark's the begin beginning
ning beginning of an aduftv educational pro program
gram program at the Cathedral of St. Luke
in Ancon.
Beginning with the. 9:15 a.m.
Church School service," the Dean's
bible class will meet in the

of the Cathedral, ) t

will begin a series t.t ti. .

the "Study of th Hinlory ui Liv

vm Testament." ... :

While at seminary and after

words .in. post graduate study,
Dean Peterson was a student of
the regi us-professor of Semitic
languages' apd Old Testament at

uxford university, tne Kev. Vt.
Cuthbert A. Simpson.

Throught the lectures, which

will be civen every bunday morn

ing, the Dean will discuss the pro

blems involved id our every day

approach to- the Old Testament

and all who are seeking an en

lightened, and spiritual knowledge

of the Bible are invited to attend.

The lecture will 'be recorded on
Tape and will be repeated after the

8:30 a. m. service of Holy torn

munion on Wednesday, and after
the 7. p.-. service of evening
prayer in the nave of the Cathedral.

The adult confirmation class
will' meet for worship at the 7. p.
m. service of evening prayer on

Sunday, and afterward in Bishop
Morris Hall downstairs. The sub subjects
jects subjects that will be discussed are
"I Believe in God" and "Man's

Needs and God's Answer";

Although these presentations are
designed for those interested in

Confirmation, everyone is invited

to attend. There will be discus discussion
sion discussion afterwards, with coffee serv served
ed served as a refreshment.

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' 10 Bob Hope
3:00 Armed forte Hour
4:00 Encore
5:00 Dunnlnstr
5:50 Capt. Gallant
S.OO Newt and Panorama
1M Life of Rllcy
T 30 Stage Show
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Abou Said Shrine Tempi
Will Hold Business Meeting

Abou Saad Shrine Temple' will

hold its regular business meeting

Saturday evening, Sept. 22, at An-

con Masonic lemple at 7:30 p.m.

according to an announcement by

Robert T. Kusseu,. Potentate.

All members of the Temple and

members in the area from any oth

er Temple are invited to attend
the meeting. Russell stated the
program will include avreport on

ihe bhrine convention held- in Del

roit and a review of the recent

cermonial held in Puerto Rico in

which 31 new members were add

ed to the roster of Abou Saad.

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PRESIDENT-ELECT ADDRESSES PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICERS -President-Elect Ernesto
da k Guardla addresses the Panama Chapter of the American Public Relations Association
at tteir meeilng at the Hotel El Panama, Tue sday. From left to right: President-Elect de
la Cuardia, WilUam Arey, Audrey E. Kline and J. R. Cunningham,, who Is on the Nation
al Bard of Governors of the American Public Relations Association. .. ; 1 w

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FAREWELL PARTIES GIVEN IN PANAMA AND ZONE .
FOJl BRIGADIER GENERAL WINSLOW C. MORSE

ht. twm in rin. hoth In Panama and th

ianaliZone during the past weeks in honor of Brigadier

general WJnsiow v. morse, who win itB wtumuu

Sent. 2L General Morse, who nas Deen Assistant cmei ox
m m.-. ..J flnarefinne at the U.S. Caribbean Com-

plan iur siaiu u vfv - .

) inand Will vacation in tne aiaies oeiura uini u an new
assignment in Command of the Air Fores Reserve Record
Center at Denver, Colorado. , v '

V. Governor and Mrs'. Sehull
Liavo Fon States
j Lt. Governor and Mrs. H. w.

tchull, Jr., wno are aauuig oim-
Jay aboard th Panama liner Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal for New York, will spend

Several weeks m the East on va

n.irina ttis lima thf are in the

United States, they will visit their

fcon, Walter, wno is a gruuie
Pnlnmhie University

working on his master's degree in

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MOSCOW. Sept. 14 UP J-

The official Soviet government

newsDaDer Izvestia said soday

that crime in the Soviet Union is

decreasing and the government

is building do more prisons.
''The time1 will come when oris

bns are no longer necessary in our

countrv." Izvestia said m an ar

tide on Moscow's Butyrski Pris

on. '
The author said he was ttn

pressed with the facilities of the

' prison, which houses persons con convicted
victed convicted of theft. hooliganism, and

drunkenness, but quoted the head

: keeper as saying "This Is no rest
home." 'v-. y.i.,;

HAPPY ANNIVERSARY

GROTON. Conn. i-(lTP Mrs4

uorotny uiiDert ot JNorwich cele
brated her birthday 1 anniversary
, by giving birth to twins, a hoy and
agirL

Mrs. Ray Blakely took charge of
the Bride's Book. -. Mrs.- Albert
Pat served at th punch bowl.
The bride changed into a. light
blue suit with white act" Tories
and the couple left to spend their
honeymoon u Santa Clara. They,
will return to Gatun.
The bride, graduated from Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal High School 1950, and grad graduated
uated graduated from Florida Stat Univer
sity this year.
The groom graduated in 1952
from Sarasota ll:j;h 'c'n'ol. Fol
l(lw V "S fi 's" 1.1 ,-
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the Air i vice, Served two years

ana returned to Morula Stale Uni

versity.- . -.
Chines Ambassador Returns
From Fsrmesa And US

.Chinese Ambassador to Panama

ana Mrs. Mou Lan Tuan have re

turned from a trip to Formosa

and the United States.
Party Far Th Cenlevt

Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Andrew
gave a cocktail party this week
for Mr. and Mrs. John Conley, who

are visiting nere. 1

Catholics Claim
Ledge Conversion

today that Ambassador John

Davis Lodge's daughter, Beatrice,
had been converted to Catholicism

ouring ner stay nere.
, Miss Lodee. 17. stiulierl for

eral months with (ho nunc rF I ho

sacred heart at Barcelona.. There

was no immediate confirmation
of the renort.

- Lode formerly was covernnr

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Sunday Brunch Dance'
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Enlov our popular breakfast-lunch
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choice of delirious menu. '
Music bv LUCHO AZCARRAOA'S TRIO.
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"An Inspector talis" Plays
Tonlaht And Tamnrram MinhS :

Nightly performancesf will, be

givea wrougn Baturaay lor the
Theater Guild play, "An Inspector

vus. me curiam wiu nse at 8
p.m. at the Guild Playhouse in An-

In the cast for this play by J. B
Prestly are John Males, A. J .Car .Car-rothers,
rothers, .Car-rothers, Lynne Walker, Nancy A.
Ackly, Ron Harper, David Kane
and Isabel Gav

Tickets are now on sale and r'es-

ervatiOBs may be made by calling
(Balboa) 2-3683.
Trip to Taboga
Far Mauy Uii... ...

The September meeting of the
Naval Officers' Wives' Club will
be a rjirnir trin t ToKnn. nn

Tuesday, Sept. 18. A launch will

mane me trip to and from Tabo-

xa, inose living at Farfan and
Rodman should board at the Rod

man Naval btation at 8' a.m. or

soon thereafter. :
The launch will leave Rn
rrpisir,;;,,, ?t g ;) 8n(j v :; .,
at the mine doi-k on the loi t
mador causeway at 8:50 to i

up those living at the-15th Naval
District Headquarters Annex and
Quarry Heights. If will leave the

mine dock promptly at 9 a.m.
Pat Morgan Will Be GiMst
Speaker For Amador Wives

Mrs. Pat Morgan will be guest

speaker and wiu demonstrate flow

er arranging at the Amador Offic

ers' Wives' luncheon, which will
be held at Fort Aamdor" Officers'
Club Wednesday Sept. 19 at 12:30
Information on pians for golf
lesson and lessons in Chinese cook cooking
ing cooking will be given at the luncheon.
Alpha Chapter ... i :"V
Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi
day evening with President Mara Mara-gem
gem Mara-gem Brtohim presiding. An Announcement
nouncement Announcement was made that the
chapter won 1st place in the 9th
District Silver Anniversary Recipe
Contest The award for winning
first prize was $25. International

Beta Signa r hi wul publish the
Silver Anniversary Cookbook in Oc October.
tober. October. A short discussion was held
on Rush Season activities. Initial
pians were made for the Prefer Preferential
ential Preferential Tea in October.'
' .:
Following the business meeting

Polly Z6n introduced Miss Genell
Bliss, well-known Isthmian beau beautician.'
tician.' beautician.' Miss Bliss gave a very in interesting
teresting interesting talk on personal groom grooming
ing grooming and demonstrated the art of
facial makeup using Freida Allen
as model .... -v.
Present at th meeting were
Miss Genell Biss guest speaker
and members Freida Allen,. Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia Blount, Edna Bower, Betty
Boyer, Maragem Branham, Ev Evelyn
elyn Evelyn Danley, Helen Heidinger, El Eleanor
eanor Eleanor Romberg, Dolores Jacome,

Ann Maloney, Fern Morose, E-

laine Payne, Mary Robertson, Ma Mary
ry Mary Eileen Wilson, and Pauline Zon.
Refreshment were served by
eo-ho.st'-'v- inia Bo"' rnd

CKIRRY CITRUS MOLD SURI i
TO BE A MAN'S DARLIN3

By GAYN2S "MADDOX
,
"NEA Food and Markets Editor
Men like colorful salads. At

least Capt George Bailey, com

mercial airline- pilot of Boston,
says he and his flying friends do.

Naturally we asked the captain
for his favorite recipes. Here they

are and quite down to earth.
CharryNut Citrus Mold
(Makes 4-t servings)
: Three tablespoons unflavored

gelatin 4 cup cold, water, 3 cups

orange juice, cup sugar, H tea

spoon salt, eup lime juice, H
cup lemon juice, 2 medium-sized

grapefruit, peeled and cut in sec

tions; V4 cup maraschino cherries.

cut in half and drained X about 20
cherries); H eup chopped wal

nuts. I ii. .- : y , .,
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Soften gelatin in cold water.
Heat orange juice to boiling point

Add softened gelatin, sugar and
salt Stir until dissolved. Add lime

juice and lemon- juice. Mix welL
Chill until slightly thickened. Fold
in "t remaining ingredients. Turn

into 2-quart mold. Chul until firm.

Serve on lettuce with dressing or

as a dessert,

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Cherry-Cheese-Llme Mold
(Makes t-t servings)
Two 3-ounce packages lime gel gelatin,
atin, gelatin, 1 quart hot water, 1 No. 303

can grapefruit sections, drained;
1-3 cup chopped maraschino cher cherries,
ries, cherries, drained (about 15 cherries);
V4 cup chopped walnuts, Vi cup
creamed cottage cheese.

Dissolve gelatin in water. Add
grapefruit Pour 1-3 gelatin mix mixture
ture mixture into lH-quart mold. Chill un.

til firm. Chill remaining gelatin

mixture until sliehtly thickened.

Meanwhile, fold cherries and wal walnuts
nuts walnuts into cottage- cheese. Spread

cheese mixture over firm gelatin.

Top with thickened gelatin mix

ture, uiui untu firm, berve wild
your favorite dressing.

i FRIENDSHIP

SPOKANE, Wash. (UP) -I

William Hams told police he took
a friend into a restaurant and
bought dinner for' him. After the
meal, the friend said he had to
go out to Harris' car. When Har Harris
ris Harris went to the car moments lat later,
er, later, two hand-tooled leather bags
valued at $100 were, missing. So
was, the friend.

ATTENTIOH!
, JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDLNTS
.By popular demand Dorese Waites Is starting a fcei.L2strsr
class In BALLROOM DANCING on Wednesday
' nleht Oct 3rd.
REGISTRATION SEPTEMBER 15th 2:t0 pjn. to t:CI y.n.'
DORESE WAITES
- : SCHOOL OF DANCING, ' I
KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS CLUB (rear upstairs) 1AISOA
For Information phone 2-2383

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t Open. ntil 7:0 p.m.
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The first of new type helicop helicopter
ter helicopter in the Caribbean area, the Kil Killer
ler Killer H 23CT, was flown Wenesday
t Tnrth Kobbe after it was as
sembled by members of the Trans
portation corps! .Army aiixuhi
iaintftninr.a Dftttchment at the
post. i
Six of the new type aircraft were
received Sept. 7. They wiU be as assembled
sembled assembled and turned over to the
;S7th Engineer Company for sup-j
Dort of Inter-American Ceodetic
Snrvv nrnirrtn.
The H-MC is replacln the Bell
K-13 currently being used by the
TAr.s
- Chief feature of the Hiller model
is a supercharger which will give
a greater altitude range of opera operations.
tions. operations. Is is the same size as the
H-13 which is termed a reconnais
sance tvne aricraft. The H-23C
carries two passengers and, the
pilot. ;Vr':-.
The Hiller nelicopter has a range
of an approximately 74-mue ra
i dius without refueling as compar-
ed to the 50-mile, radius of .the ,H
' The other five helicopters of this
first contingent of Hiller type air aircraft
craft aircraft are expected to be assem
bled r and operating in another
' week,"
.-; Capt. Wchard H. Clark, US AR AR-CARIIJ
CARIIJ AR-CARIIJ Trapspprta.tion .Corps Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Maintenance officer, piloted
the new type helicopter in its mai
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" Comento Panaml ...1..'. 73 ' VS-U
; Cerracerla Nadoaal .... S3
v Cblricasa do Lacho .... 11
2, Clayco ... ....... .. 45 B t
- v Coca Cola ... ( I t
t Cuentea Comerclalaa
Z Prat with Com. ..... 13
. Daatlladora Naclonal V V
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" i Fret with Com. ... ' 10.40
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FOR SALE
Household

FOR SALE: Singer tewing ma machine,
chine, machine, Wettlftfhauso autenurie
waiher, RCA Hi-Fidelity 3-ipeea
recard player. Al aperira an 25 25-rytle.
rytle. 25-rytle. titled for ceavenien. Ex Ex-cellaal
cellaal Ex-cellaal canditieo. Inquire Novo Novo-dedet
dedet Novo-dedet Merriian.'
FOR SALE: Couch, upholstered
foam rubber, double bad tixa,
mw; 5-drawar deefci oaffao to-
bit, glisstep; metal chert of
aVawait and. drottor; bookcatas,
flaor, bridge lamps; wall mir mir-rar.
rar. mir-rar. Phent 7221 Curundu, houto
2033-1..
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT. On Airport Road.
rwe-eOdreora chiler, Pheno 3-
l)J.tv-;t,;. v. i
FOR RENT 4a Golf Height,
2-bodroo cholat, auid'e room.
Phono 3-6115 J ;
FOR RINTArtrctiT l-bad-roont
chalet in Golf Height.
' Phono Panama 3-5129. i
Mexico's Jop
Envoy Coming Here
For Inauguration
TOKYO. Seot. 14 -rf Uft )
Jauanese Ambassador t Mexico
Katnichiro Kubota. was named!
bj the government yesterday
present Japan during the inaugu inaugu-gU'ation
gU'ation inaugu-gU'ation 1 ceremonis -- for Pana Pana-maian
maian Pana-maian president Ereneato D La
Gurdia in Panama City Oct

Jump Light Exercise Set;
Artroopcrs of Wist Ready

'The-)roPos(' orgfcnlzatlon of
the 101st Airborne Division will
be tested in a series of exercises
called "Jump Light" br'nnlnR
in ncitober. the .Department of
ithe Army announced Thursday.
The tests will be conauciea
Fort Campbell, Ky., and Tort
Bragg, N.C. ... .. ....
The 101st Airborne, lo.oe ior-
mally activated at Fort gamp-
Jbell, Sept. 21, embodies the use
of tthe ; most modern comoai
weapons and Is streamlined to
permit rapia grouna ana mu mu-billty
billty mu-billty In it assault role.
overau ODjecuve oi ww
tests is to create situations
which will permit valid exam examination
ination examination and evaluation of the
new organisation and its doc
trinal concepts as compared to
tho current airborne division.
The tests will employ condi conditions
tions conditions of atomic warfare or
convetnional warfare under
tbe constant threat of nuclear
weapons throughout the pe period.
riod. period. To be conducted in four phas
es; tha first, .'Alpha,", will be
completed priof to Jan. 3; "Bra "Bravo"
vo" "Bravo" Is scheduled for January 3-
18; rename," Jan. 19 Feb. (J
and "Delta," Feb. 7 March 7.
The entire test will be bas based
ed based on a theoretical airborne
assault and. will test compo component
nent component parts but not the division
as a whole. It will determine
the effectiveness of proposed
-tactical doctrine including air
and ground mobility, flexibili flexibility,
ty, flexibility, fire support, command
control, vulnerability to atom atomic
ic atomic attack and capability In an
airborne assault role.
" The test will also check the
effectiveness of the divisions
logistical support, communica
tions. system,'' command and
staff relationships, and its or organization
ganization organization for the collection of
information and production of
intelligence. While unit and in individual
dividual individual proficiency will have a
bearing on the results, the ex-

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FOR SALE
Miscellaneous

SALE? Take advantage of
: greirh reduced pricet in ajualh
mea' Sport Shirta and lurniiK lurniiK-Vingt,
Vingt, lurniiK-Vingt, ladiet' and children wear.
' El Sif lo, 15 Caotral- Avenua.
FOR SALE: 20 Brthim croii-
bred heifert, avert fe 1 1 mantht.
. Alto ono purebred tour-year-ld;
reham bull imported from Ja Jamaica.
maica. Jamaica. Can be teen tt SICAP'a
Cattle Farm at RueM Vista, Ce
' Ian, on Trant-lithmian Highway,
er call Mcstrt Hubp or Morale 1
(SICAPt 2-3149 Panama.
FOR SALE. Itrgtint: Refriger Refrigerator!
ator! Refrigerator! 5Vi o. ft.. cu. ft.; re re-fn'geratar
fn'geratar re-fn'geratar Weitinghouse II uS
ft.; freoior 5 eu. ft.) get atavo
4 kurnen; Pfaff l-drtwer tew tewing
ing tewing machine; Pfaff hand tawing'
machine; Zig-Zag machine, feet
and hand. Muebleria Europtt,
Central Ave. and 21tt Street I.
DO IT YOURSELF! luild with
interloeking eoncreto blecki. In-
expensive -r- Rapid Eaty. Call
--MORTARLESS." 2-6022.
PRE-TEENS AND
TEENAGERS:
Mitt Hatnett will hold Bejin-i
' iters, Intermediate and Ad Ad-vanced
vanced Ad-vanced ballroom danca clattoi
in American and Latin dancot,
All typet of ballroom dtnctl
and Party dancet taught. For
further information call lalbea
2-4239,
HARNETT h DUNN
erclses are primarily a test of
organizational and doctrinal
concept.
"Jump LIgrit" is unoer in?, su supervision
pervision supervision Of the continental Ar
my Command t Fort Monroe,
Va., commanded by Gen. willard
Q; wyman. Recommendations
resulting from the tests will be
used vs. that headquarter! for
further study.
7cn b hrcliid
In Reisel Ikaring
NEW YORK, Sept. (UP) The
wife xt one of the seven men ac accused
cused accused of obstructing justice in the
acid blinding of labor columnist
Victor Riesci was released .today
in the custody of the U. 5.
Mrs.- lent Gregori Mirantl, 23,
wife of Gondolfo Mirantie, had
been held in $100,000 bond. The
government cnargea ene overnoara
conversations relating to the con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy against Rlesel.
Miranti and another suspect
Charles Tuso.. are scheduled to
enter pleas tomorrow on indict
ments charsins: them with con
spiracy. The other five, Jonny
Dio, Domenico Bando, Charles
Joseph Carlino and Leo Telvi, have
pleaded lnnocenb
Riesel was blinded by an acid
attack as he lelt a restaurant just
off Times Square last April S.
Typhoon Causes
Heavy Damages
To Okinawa Bases
KADENA, Okinawa' Sept. 14
(UP) Typhoon Emma caused
nearly nine million dollars dam
age to U. s. military installations
on Okinawa, it was disclosed yes
terday.

FOR RENT
Apartments

ATTENTION 6. I I Jar built
. modern tuntiihod apartments. 1,
2 bedroom, bet, cold viltt,
Phone Panama I-494I. i
FOR RENT Furnuhed ipart ipart-mentt,
mentt, ipart-mentt, $50. Via Ferret No. 101.'
Phono I-256S. ,,
FOR RENT: Apartment anfur anfur-nithed.
nithed. anfur-nithed. 2 bedroomt, maid'
room. 2 batht. fitting dining
room, parch, kitchen, garage.''
S90. At Sella Vitta, N. ObarnO
Street 23. near "El laturro."
St D Castro, Avonu 24.
Phono 2-1616.
FOR RINT AutemobHe Row.
nicely furnithed ono"-bedroom
apartment $85. Phono Panama
3-4382,
FOR RENT. Apartment, $35,
$32.50. $40 and $45 In Rio
Abajo (Diablo Town). Informa Information!
tion! Information! Gelabert't Office. Phono
2-0364. '
FOR RENT i Comfortable apart apartment,
ment, apartment, tcreened, 2 bedroomt, oil
modem canveniencet, garage.
Newly painted. Phono 1-5443.
Ave. -Cuba 36-39.
FOR RENT: Furnuhed apart apartment,
ment, apartment, $65. Military Impacted.
Vi Porrat 99. Phono. 3-2068.
FOR RENT: I -bedroom apart,
ment, 4th of July Avonu No.
TI-352 (in front Quarry Ht.
. entrance). Information in tame
building from 1 1 to 12 noon and
5 to 6 p.m. daily. r Call phono
2-2037 Panama. v
FOR RENT) Ono and two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom opartmontt, furnished.
$65, $70. Ilth Street, Parquo
Lofovro. Phono 3-4818.
FOR RENT.-, furnithed apart apart-ment,
ment, apart-ment, including refrl (orator.
Goad turroundingi, $50. 4(112
Via lelitario Parrat, near Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Tbooton'-"
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FOR RENT: -r Newly furnished
t and unfurnished apart me ht a.
Alhambra Apartments, 1 0th St.
No 8061. Phono 1386, Colon.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, maid't room,
' hnt na.r; near tfso LI t -imi
Hotel. Cail 3-3421,
Paraiso Defense
Corps To Meet
Monday Evening f
The Paraiso Civil T)ifpn6 vJ
unteer Corps wilt meet on ,Mon-
aay at 7:30 jV.M. at the Para inn
bchooK
Tha fnmno tf rnTin n:.i.i.
Will hiM thoil vnrinttilov- Ol.ril rh
"w.wa tuvti taiwuuiij sAVU. ip
lense meeting oa Tuesday, and
WftrinPCi-faaV ra0TAAtiltAT V Tk
larridh flf IBtlltl aMf TiI.UIa ...Ml
va oavvii 4H1SIA MJIIMUIV Will
meet at 9 a.m. at their respective
-All members trf the' town sites
Civil Defense Volunteer Corps are
urged to attend as there wili be
aiscussion on uie results of Nation National
al National Civil Defense Week and the
exercises to b held in October.
The general public is Invited to
attend.
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LESSONS

Daretd Waiter School of Dincing
, accepting enrollment NOW for
children 3 years old and up
Classes in beginnart, interme interme-,
, interme-, diatet, and advanced students in
every age group. Columbus Club,
Balboa. Phone 2-2363.
Attention! leginnert course in
aliroom Dancing for Junior High
Students starting Oct. 3rd. Reg Registration
istration Registration Sept. 15th, 2:00 p.m.
to 4:00 p.m. CCRISI WAITES
i School of Dancing, Columbus
Club, tatboa. Phone: 2-2363.
New Spanish court for English
r speaking people at University of
. Penama from September 17 to
October 31. Cla'set en Monday,'
v Wednesday, Thursday. Beginner
; ? to 10 a.m.. Intermediate 10
to II a.m.. Advanced II to 12
noon. Registration at Secretary's
Office. :
Trcck-Cuj (c!:iji:n
Kills 3, b:?ci 22
MONROE. Mich.. Senft. 14
(UP) A trurlr carrvlno- four
Cadillac cars collided headon
with a Senicruiser bus on
"bloody telegraph road'? today
and burst into flampn Thrfta
person were killed and 22 oth
ers were injureo.
.; S.:;W i;;j ;; J : ...
Screamlnr nassenaers lumned
from windows ks the flames
spread to the Bus fotlowini the
collision on a three-lane high highway
way highway leading into Detroit that
got its name because of heavy
traffic and casualties.
The dead included an uniden
tified elderly woman; the truck
driver: Francis O. Pesko. De
troit; and a bus nasseneer. Mrs.
Frankle Mae semple, 38, Detroit
The bus driver, rhn'rlno W
Kler, 47, New". Kensington,. Pa
was burned critically. Authori Authorities
ties Authorities said the death toll would
have been higher if the bus had
CQlUslon.
6 '. .'
An, Assumption Co" stu student,,
dent,, student,, Frank Ehunock,-13, Sault
Ste. Marie, Out., said male pas passengers
sengers passengers who had jumped free
stood on each others shoulders
to help women from the windows
of the burning bus. ;
i- -..v.1",. '
Tney took m out tftrough a
window," said Mrs. Elmer Dal
ton, 71, -Detroit. "The llameg
were terrible." J
Depiity Sheriff Richard Rauth
said that apparently one of the
vehicles swerved across the
highway Into the path of the
other.
Ambulances brought the In Injured
jured Injured to hospitals here. Many
suffered bums a well as crash
injuries.
2 Admonished,)
(Continued from Page 1)"
convictions for misdemeanors in
Panama 'and the Canal Zone.
The District Attorney- listed
the crimes in the canal zone
which Included speeding-, regis registration
tration registration violations,' Illegal park
ing and passing and vagrancy.
The Panama convldtlons were
also chiefly for traffic 'viola 'violations.
tions. 'violations. But they included a
year's sentence (of which he
served three months) for ob obscene
scene obscene language and disrespect
to the Mayor. There was a fine
for an altercation with a wom woman
an woman in a cantina and two jail-
terms of 40 days each, one for
picking- up passengers Jat me
wrong place,, and another for
getting out of line and being
disrespectful to the Panama
police. : -,;
The district Attorney recom recom-ded
ded recom-ded revocation for South.
Public Defender William J.
Sheridan, Jr.'said that 'while
apparently the defendant had
no business being a bus drit'r
he felt th probation sho'i
not be revoked because of tue
brief t'me it had to run.
The Judge concurred, noting
that at leadt South had been
making a living. and not com com-miting
miting com-miting thefts. He told South he
had better try a different type
of job.
South "grinned cockily as he
lefs the courthouse.
Hilarlo Betancourt.a Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian about 35, had not been
reporting to the Clerk of the
Court, as required in his proba probation,
tion, probation, because he was serving a
six-month term in the Carrel
iModelo in Panama for the theft
of beef in the Arraijan area.
I Originally he had been sen sentenced
tenced sentenced to one year, suspended
for five years, for the grand lar larceny
ceny larceny of an electric light pi. nt.
! He admitted to the court that,
he "did get drunk and steal the
beef.'' ;. :
In this case, the Judpe foi'ow foi'ow-;cd
;cd foi'ow-;cd the recommendation of the
: District Attorney,1 revoked the
probation and- sent Etiancourt
i to the pen to serve his year's
term.',, ,,v

FOR SALE
AulomcLiles

FOR SALE: 1946 Chevrolet
Carryall-International fiat truck;
bath licensed and insured. Will
accept best cash offer Also have
Chevrolet "Flat Dump," not li licensed,
censed, licensed, but good condition. May
be teen at Scott Company, Co Colon.
lon. Colon. Phone 48 Colon.
LEAVING ISTHMUS Mutt tell
1949 DeSoto Cuttom Coupe. E E-cellent
cellent E-cellent condition, $450. Amador
3230 until 4 p.m., Salboa 2762
after 4.
FCR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Cenvertible, new battery, 3 new
tires, radio $425 eath. House
5064-A, next Diablo Outhouse.
Phon 2-2578.
FOR SALE. 1949 Packard te te-dan.
dan. te-dan. available Oct. 1. $350 Call
Cristobal 1307 daytime.
FOR SALE: 1955 Farder Cut Cut-tomlino
tomlino Cut-tomlino Ford Sedan. Excellent
' condition with many extras, 13, 13,-milet.
milet. 13,-milet. Also. want -hp 25-cycl
motor. Phon Bal. 3069.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Suburban Station Wagon, over overdrive,
drive, overdrive, radio and heater, one own owner.
er. owner. In perfect condition, $975;
214-1 Dtrien Place. Phane Sal Sal-baa
baa Sal-baa 2-6364.
FOR SALE: 1953 Chav. felAir
hardtop. Clean. Bargain. Phon
Navy 3119.
FCR SALEr 1954 Ruick Rivie Riviera,
ra, Riviera, red with white top, low mile mileage,
age, mileage, A-1 condition. Price $1750.
651-B. Curundu Hgta.
D:b Fells, 7c-:n
Rush To Aid 'Hal'
A dramatic exercise In disaster
control activities took clace
Tuesday afternoon, at Kobbe.
Minutes after a hvnnthntlrgl
bomb had landed on the post)
"ic.uc, mo wuincu who com comprise
prise comprise the first aid branch of the
disaster team were on the job.
-Oot-:'tle 'the the-Mre V
tr.t 1 n isisiiim .-. I :
l-'rai.l Thoma. tiMfr ( -tror
oi.ii en rihe theatre U
pari of a disaster scene; in inside
side inside there are four casualties!
your Job is to aid them."
Working under a nine minute
time limit, the women went to
work, readir with hanriocra'. hh
splints. Each of the .casualties
represented a. different type of
injury,.;, . ,, . -;
When tha intnrarl Via4
j wm. Ai, MUCH
fully treated they were brought
iu uie argge or me tneatre, and
there thn women -mfrm rrftinn.rl
by Lt... Thomas. The results of
me exercise, on tbe whole, were
very satisfactory. ; ..:

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'52 DODGE A..CLb Coupe .895.
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na. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Cceenside Cottage,
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Phon Pi Reese i-1877. Cntt.
bal 3-1673.
Spend your weeh ends at Rio
Mar, tha best bathing beach in
tho Republic, with oil conve conveniens
niens conveniens Jtt .W.,a.a ..i.u TL.
new management sa anxious to
you.
BEACHSlDE vacation Sahta Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel's comfortable house.
Phono Thompson Balboa 1772.
Gramlich't Santa Ciara Beach
Cottage. Modern conveniences.,
"oj0 ra.1. Phono Gambea
Baldwin' furnished apartment!
t Santa Clara loach. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone Smith, Balboa 381.
LOST & FOUND
LOST t Dog. male, tmaU, part
Cocker,, black and whit far.
paw and throat. Answers to
nam of Duke. License No. 178.
Last see Fart Kobb. Finder
nay keep. Call C.Z phana 3 3-1426
1426 3-1426 or 3-1853.
! R. L ; STEVENSON ITIM
SARANAC T.AKR M V 'rTTI
Author Robert Louis Stevenson
spent seven months of the win winter
ter winter of 1887-88 here, r-omnlpfin 19
essays and two-thirds of the man-
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trae." ; .:

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fier amplifier and preamp. ii step type
chairside cabinet. Siparat Jen Jen-tan
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apartment or heusej ireterably
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NEW OFFICE for the Barro Colorado headquarters Dr. Carl
B. Koford, resident naturalist, and Mrs. Adela Gomez, admin-..
Istrative assistant, stand outside the new home of the Panal
Zone Eiological Area at Balboa Heights., .

C:rro Cc!:i:"d i!4
To Eii-lo SL.-iJ
- The Canal Zone Biological
Area has moved Its office w
Diablo Height from Balboa. For
many years the headquarters
was located on the lower floor of
the home of James Zetek on Am Amador
ador Amador Road. Dr. Zetek recently
retired and 'was succeeded by
Dr. Carl B. Koford. s -.;

The new office Is in Buuaing

) 5145 opposite, the Diablo Heights
clubhouse.
' The Biological area Is admin administered
istered administered by the Smithsonian in in-i;itution,
i;itution, in-i;itution, a U.8. Government es establishment
tablishment establishment devoted to the in increase
crease increase and diffusion of knowl knowledge
edge knowledge among men." in charge of
tlie office is an administrative
assistant, Mrs. Adela Gomez. Dr.
Koford spends most of the weak
cn Parro Colorado Island.
The island has been a wild

life preserve since 1923. Many
scientist maki It their head

quarters when doins research
hi the tropics. It fc the only
tropical biological staton of
the I'niled States.
VisIiOrs are welcome on the
Island on Saturdays and Tues Tuesdays.
days. Tuesdays. Those wishing to visit the
reserve may make arrangements
with Mrs. Gomez (phone 2.2485).
A launch takes guests from Fri Fri-Jolcs,
Jolcs, Fri-Jolcs, railroad station to JBarrO
C olorado. There you may walk
Jungle paths and observe anr anr-jr.als
jr.als anr-jr.als under natural conditions.
A 6ufcstan!.ial mislay mal is
f rved to guests. The launch re-

ti'rns visitors to Frijoles In time
to catch the evening train.

if

i '-'lie bale of bay.

WHAM! In this photo, you're
looking at machine fcmn firing
4.000 shells a minute. It's the
Army's new super-Gatling gun,
a six-barreled, 20-mm., rotat rotating
ing rotating cannon desfgned'for use on

S'lpersonic planes. At full speed

u nres SDout a ton of ) ad
1 8,000 rounds a minute. Kamed

"VUlcan," lor the Norse god oi

me, n was devekied by Gen General
eral General Electric and Army Ord-

f Daiito ana was paiiernea alter

11 HI,

Hit i V...iwi jj j
On TV Is i':r.:;:!y

810 kcsi, Panama Gty
Te.lephon 2-3066;
PRESETS
Today, Friday, Sept. 14
P.M. '
4:00 Feature Review
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-

quests taken by phone

, till 3:00) .
R-inKeTi'S

5i35-What' Your T it t o x 1 1 1

(cont'd)
6:0t Allen Jackson Commen Commentary.
tary. Commentary. ;

; 15 BLUE RIBBON 8PORT3

- REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

J:30 Top Tunes of the Week
(WRUL) ;
7:00 Thirty Minute Theater
7:30 VQA Report from US.
:00-Music By Roth
8:30 Short Btory Theater i
:00 You Asked For It (r
, quests taken by phone
' till 7:30) ...
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11 :00-Jazz Till Midnight
12:00-Sign Off. 1 ; ; ; s
i i i ? t
Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. IS
KM. '
6:00 Sign On Alarm Cloc

' .Club (requests wseq

by phone till 7:00i t
7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:00 News
9:15 Bonjour Mfsdames
9:30 Paris Star Time

10:00-News
10:05 Spins And Needles (re-

' questr taken by pnone

tin 8:30). v

ll:00-NeWS

il:05-spins And Needles

(cont ot

11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00New j

P.M. "'.

12:05 luncheon Music

'I. 'S '"
1:15 G renade In Elue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Review.
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re (requests
quests (requests taken by pnone
, till 3:00)
5:30 News 1 :'
5:35-What's Your Favorite
: 1 '(cont'd) ; j.
6:00 Guest Star
6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
1 i? REVIEW (pabst Beer)
1:30 Manhattan Melodies
1:45 Do It Yourself
7:00-Much-Blndlng" :
7:30 VOA-Report from U.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Dancing
" Partv '.. . a

8:30 Educating Archie -9:00
Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel JO, Pan
" ama

10:30 Owl's Nest (requists

. takea by phone througn througn-'
' througn-' out programt
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
Off. ;.

NEW YORK. Sept. 14-(UP)

Assistant Attvorney General Vic Victor
tor Victor R. Hansen said today it ap appears
pears appears that TV networks "beyond
doubt have power to .dominate
if not control major aspects of
le vision."
Hansen, head of the Justice
Department's anti-trust division,
told a House Monopoly Subcom Subcommittee
mittee Subcommittee there is a striking sim similarity"
ilarity" similarity" between the TV indus industry
try industry structure and a movie indus industry
try industry monopoly which the Supreme
Court broke up in 1948.-
The court held that eight ma major
jor major film producers had monopo monopolized
lized monopolized the movie exhibition busi business
ness business In first-run theaters.
He said, "networks" ebntrol

rover the naltlon's- TV stations

dwarfs-the majors' power over
theaters condemned by the
court In the movie case. V, J
Hansen, fai testimony prepared
for the subcommittee, disclosed
that the Ju&lce Department
now Is Investigating- levery rele relevant
vant relevant facet of network opera operations."
tions." operations." He said the evidence
shows that the networks own or
are affiliated with more than 90
per cent of the 457 commercial
stations in the country.
Although the Investigation has

not been completed, he said,, it

-suggests itnat me principal net

works beyond doubt have power
to dominate if not control major

aspects or television.'' v
"Thi nower. it seems clear.

spills ever simple distribution of

entertainment to engulf produc production
tion production of programs, building' of
scenery, and tie-ups of talent,"
he said, i :-r -... .

f . L

i A lecture on Sunday School
iwas given ty Rev. Mil.on Leidig,
pastor of Curundu Church, to the
Protestant Ladies of the Post of
Fort Kobbe. at the Chapel Guild
meeting last Wednesday.
I The Three Big P's for Sunday

School the Reverend pointed out

are: programing, planning, and
promotion,
There are two types of pillars
In the Sunday School he added,
these are pillars and caterpil caterpillars.
lars. caterpillars. The pillars hold up the
Sunday School while the cater caterpillars
pillars caterpillars go in and out.
(
The public Is cordially invited
to the For": Kobbe Sunday
School held in the chaplains Ac Activities
tivities Activities Center, one building be below
low below the Post Exchange, every
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.
Problems were discussed and
future projects brought up and
agreed upon -for further action
for the benefit of Sunday
SchooL v .'"
, The people present were: M.
Frank Miller, Mrs. Cella, Miller,
Mrs. Marge McCord, Mrs. Eleice
Blackwell, Mrs. Neil Schoenfelt,
Mrs. Dorothy Lawrence, Mrs.
Frances Mack, Mrs. Stephany
Jewell, Mrs. Minnie Von Nesson,
Mrs. Ouida Drake, Mrs. ,Ruth
Dayton, Mrs. Willie Mae Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, Mrs. Dora Arket, Mrs. Ann
Russel. Mrs. Jo Johnson. Mrs.

!Mary Branch, Mrs. Miriam

Meartr'Mrs. Mae Johnson, Mrs

Nellie Stone and Mrs. Pauline
Ellis. Guests were: Rev. Milton
Leidig, Chaplain Merritt Dayton

and Sp-3-c Wiulam Burnetii.

Refreshment were served by

Mrs. Neuie btone and Mrs. paui

ine Ellis. A gift was presented to

Mrs.T)ayton to neip snow appre

ciation lor ner line work ana

cooperation,; with the Guild.

Benediction was given by Rev.
Leidig.

Star Lodge 13
Fetes Anniversary
Tonight At 7:30

Stripping Gal
Of Livelihood
Bothers Judge

The fhlmsn Stsr T.odpe
will celebrate the snniversr

the Hrflrr of Merhnir at th"ijfcro?:

r F ft rvfet.nj en io-

niit at ; 0. An open invitation
is extended all brothers of th

order.

NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (UP)
A 28-year-old strip teaser who
had lost her job put on an Im Impromptu
promptu Impromptu performance on the
sidewalk In front of a night club
early yesterday. e
. ..
'Despite the fact she gave po police
lice police a 'nonexistent address, the
woman,-' Virginia Piles, waa
freed on a charge f disorderly
condrict bv Magistrate Jack -L.

Nicoll. r

could not
msr I rs!d ta

slfep nights

v-en away her

u.eai.s of- liveniiooa," Nicoll taii
after he had learned the woman
was a widow with a 5-year-old
son.

Tc!. J Oil
l Uilf V.,w IL....i

A discussion will be- he'd at

Wirt Memorial Hall on Balboa
Road, tonight at 8 on the subject
"Man, One Family," the Bana'i

group of the Canal Zone sonoune
ed today, j

The public is invited to attend
and participate in these regular

weewy Discussion groups field

by the Bana'i world f -h, the pur

pose of which is to b Bg all wlie

attend to la greater undrstand

mg oi me oroiiicrhood of man,
and relationship to the creator.

Many subjects of timely In

terest to everyone are discussed
at these meetliin s, and there are

no admission cimrges or collec
tions made.

Rebel Pcrctrccps
Kill 26 In Fight

ALGIERS, Sept. 14 ( UP )

trencn aumormes announced te te-day
day te-day that paratroops killed 2S rebels

in a battle at Djebel Bou Arif, 70

miles soma oi constantme yester yesterday..
day.. yesterday..

The French recovered a la'ree

JUXAU' w tne ftorse god of amount of guns, smmuni: on and

grenades, the announcemnt laid.
Near Reghaia is miles east of

irVT M10T PFTUaNPD r K. ucrma auer ftHJiers uiue cm- reocis liij along
wfvJr-l iJVS III tvv (, ; th m"u Catling euniwcd in a road and fired on two French

rT 'Si-ivi rw. h,, hpanisn-American War. It i military trucKS carrying guards;
i; t hi. ?h 8 Tv ? was .i.nveiled -at the Army's nefrby fnrms for sen'ry riv.l

t ;rned (.p nrar'y a year.lalcr -: ,t" .,1 'C?.

' one wounded. The rebels escsped.i

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VaSIUNGTON, Sept. 14 (UP) (UP)-Gen.
Gen. (UP)-Gen. Nathan F.. Twilling said yes yes-terdsy
terdsy yes-terdsy that shortages of skilled
manpower "could threaten the
nation."
Twining, Air Force chief of
staff, made the statement to the
Nationar Security Industrial Assn.
He saul Russia is graduating spe specialists
cialists specialists at a ereater rale tlian ll

North Atlantic treaty countries I

lULUUUiCU.
Russia's aim', he said, is to sur surpass
pass surpass American technology in gen
eral and air power in particular
Twining said that if the dbmev
tic shortage of skilled nUnoowr

continues to ere could be a "dras "drastic
tic "drastic effect" on Air Force readiness.

forcing that service into a "tech "technological
nological "technological reheat." , I

The Air Force could he fnrrd

to use equipment that is easier to'
operate and maintain than its

present complex weapons, he said.
"If we are forced into less rum.

plex equipment," he warned, Vw;

re lorceu to De less eilecuve.
Twining said Russia's technolo technological
gical technological and educational buildup im.
pressed him more than anything
else during his trip to Moscow in
June and July.
He said 1 the Communists i am

jumping from one generation of

new weapons to the next "at a
pace never exceeded in history.".
Twining said Soviet production
of professional men and techni technician
cian technician is "even more ominous in
the long run," than the evidence
of new jet aircraft and atomic

weapons would .indicate..
Pafnfing FcrQIrs.
Awcrdci To Three
' Contracts totaling J,096.50 have
been awarded hv the Pinmna Pa.

nal Company to three Panama Ci-I

ty paint contractors for the inte interior
rior interior painting of a number of Pa

nama Canal quarters located
both sides of the Isthmus.

firms which made low bids
fer the werk end received the
contracts, were Strvicio Brou Brou-wer,
wer, Brou-wer, with a bid of $1,380 for the
interior painting of six apart,
merits In Margarita and Catun.
im) $1410 for -nine apartments
nd twe houits nth Pacific
Side! Tropical aint Xornoanv

with a bid of $1,704. SO for nine

aparments and throe houses en
both sides of the Isthmus; and
Cuardia and Company with
hid ? $1,400 for the painting of
nine apartments in- Ancon, Bal

boa, and Diablo Haights. .,

ikmses and aprtnu -ns sched
tied for painiing are lialhoa: 077S 077S-L.
L. 077S-L. 0777-A, 8li6-air, 2350-B, fi9 li,
758-Ci C776-G. 0777-K, 821X-A, 0785-

I, and 0764-K.

TOTAL CLOSE 0UV
of Jewelry Department

HALF OF COST PRICE
- '. i '' ?
Items in Gold, Silver, Gold Filled,"
, Diamonds, Sun Glasses, Pearls
' and thousands more.

PORRAS,

Plaza 5 de Mayo

Phone 2-2638 Panama

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Diablo Heights: S824-B, 5330 A,
5333-C, 5716-U, and 5066-A. ,.
Margarita: 8021-B, 8111, B, 8126-
A, 8170-B, 8204-B. 8010-Bi 8030-B,
8410, 8414, and 8391-B, 1
Ancon: 0581-B, 505, and 0582-D.
Gatun: 127-A, 243-A, 195-B, 117-
B, and 118-A. i
Gamboa: lll-A, 0273-C, and 116-

A.
Los Rios: 6448. -, v

AF Jet Crashes V

Near Tokyo But
Crew Lands Safely
TOKYO. Sept. 14 f UP -K TJ
S. Air Force B75 twin-iet bomber

crashed yesterday. Both crewman
parachuted safely, the Far East
Air Force announced. The olane
crashed, 18 -miles north of Tairs,

about 95 miles, northeast of Tokyo.

Westinghouse
price J250.CO

Westinghouse 17"
with patio cart $270.00

Westinghouse 21
"console" '$'355.C0

19G.C3
244.00 :.
This weekend prices

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Southern California's halfback star, and C. R. Roberts, full full-back,
back, full-back, go through some fancy practice stepping for publication
purposes. Arnett Is eligible for only five games this season.

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WASHINGTON. Sept. 14 (UP-

Raton 'Tiger" Jones meets Wiif

Greaves tonight in a nationally-

televised fight featuring youth ver versus
sus versus ring know-how.
Promoter Goldie Ahearn said" It
should be "one hell of a brawl."
The veteran Jones, from "Yonk "Yonk-ers.
ers. "Yonk-ers. N.Y.. has rourat 59 battles

and was the last man to defeat
Sugar-Ray Robinson. He goes into

tomorrow night s tight wiw a ree

ord of 40 wins, 16 losses and S
draws. Eleven of his wins were

by knockouts.- '.

Greaves, a former Canadian who

now makes his home in Pitts

burgh,' is almost painfully shy on

professional ring experience, j

. He has only 12 professional

bouts under his belt. Of these, re
won 9, lost 2 and drew l. Three
of his pro wins were by knock knockouts.
outs. knockouts. Before that, however, he won
29 of 31 amateur bouts.
. Greaves, was an all-around Can Canadian
adian Canadian athlete hefnre ha hecarne

ui uicsatuitMi nKitiui. tic wo. an aii-

Canadian fullback for Victoria
Composite two years ago, a base baseball
ball baseball and basketball player, and top
100-year dash man for his school.
Jones currently is the fourth fourth-ranked
ranked fourth-ranked middleweight, v y
He has more television bouts to
his credit than any other boxer.

ON' PARADE Swaps, WllHe Shoemaker up, "breezed down the
stretch between races before making his first eastern ap appearance
pearance appearance in a race in the $100,000 United Nations .Handicap
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WILL bobeaU drag down grown;

deer, or wont they

On the surface of things, h

doesn't seem Lkely. The bobcat
is a heavy -legged, stub-tailed su-

pemed housecat. He may weigh

irom. it 43 pounds, be over

a yard long. Kis dental equip-:
ment runs only slightly larger and
longer than the fangs of a medium
sized terrier, though his four feet
are fitted out with razorsharp

lunch hooks of this restractable

type.;

He .'i.. a -secretive individual,'
rarely standing around to have
his picture taken, rates as smart

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Ccps

At Clzj Perry

out of proportion to their size or

apparent power,

SFC CecU Stevens rf "E" Cn

Surely bobcats, were -raising the 20th Inf. Regt. at Fort Kobbe
dickens with the deer in one sec- walked off tte fuicg ranje at
tion of Maine a year or two back Camp Perry, Ohio, site of t h
or maybe they were rynxesiNational Pistol and Kifle Cham Cham-that
that Cham-that had crossed the border frompionshipsK last week with a Terita Terita-Canada,
Canada, Terita-Canada, not that it makes muchjble hatiul of rifle awards,
difference. We hunted white- The sharpshooting sergeant, win win-tail
tail win-tail in an area formerly loadedUer of. the Caribbean Command
with deer, none of us with much matches and the second leg of the
success. Where the fall before Distinguished Marksman ledal at
the. bucks had come into camp! the All-Army matches earlier this

wree ana iour a oay, one groupiyear. won a total of eicht award.

of nine sportsmen that year hunt

ed a week and took only tar ee.
But that section of the woods
was infested with bobcats. We
saw cat tracks in every muddy
spot, fur rubbed, off on trees, the

little diggings r cat I e a ves for!

among tne cats in that he is one gjgn. ,? We found three full-grown
of the few predators able to flip, deer dead, none of them with any!

over and disembowel a tasty discoverable evidence of bullet

porcupine without getting a1 wounds, two with bite and claw

snootful of quills, has none of the

usual feline fear-of water.
On this continent he has a big

ger brother in the form of the

marks we judged were made be

fore death to the lower throat.

State wardens came in that

Canada lynx, differing from the wimer and with dogs finished up

uiouei ui Doocai omy in-, gteel trap program that had

tnatvine ear tutu .are likely to h-.-dy baeeed caU by the sack-

stand higher, the tail tuft is a r.,i m,. inwim Kann.- rfrl

complete rather than partial cir-j

cie ot DiacK, and the whole1 am
mal runs a trifle bulkier.

; All told, however, as compared

to an acknowledged deer killer
like the mountin lion, the ordi ordinary
nary ordinary bobcat doesn't seem to be a

soune of much deer damaec. :

But, things aren't always what

tney seem in tne animal world

The predators often show

strenghth and killing ability all

2 Unbeaten Teams
Clash In Unit Level ;
Basketball Al Davis

Two undefeated teams will bat

tle Friday evening for the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic area unit level basketball title

at the Fort pavis gymnasiulm,
Game time is set for 1:30 p.m.
The 219th Ordnance Battalion

from Fort Gulick, winners of the
Atlantic league will tangle with
Hqs., and Hqs., Company. 3rd Bat Battalion,
talion, Battalion, 20th Infantry Regiment for

tne Atlantic area unit level cham championship.
pionship. championship.

"little" Tommy Tucker, a de

mon on defense all season, as well
as a splendid playmaker. and
John Ares, deadly shooting for forward,
ward, forward, are counted on heavily for

a zistn victory. ;
Lloyal Hesse, high scoring cen center
ter center and rebound artist for Hq.

company is evicted to tvam up
with forwsrd I -ibert SliO'vti'S,' to

lead the duut'iU'et oKcnsive.

were back in the area in normal
numbers and they were acting

they had been during the bobcat

plague. :

INone of us actually saw a bob

cat pull down a buck or doe, and

there was perhaps no evidence
that would hold up' in a court

of law: but for my money, grant

ed certain conditions, bobcats

can and will take deer.

Fred I!"3y Illnls :
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' PHILADELPHIA. Sent. 14

(UPK Manager Fred Haney of
the Milwaukee Braves hinted to

day he had luted a $100 fine on
Bobby Thomson because of the

outfielder's two run nipping

throws to the plate in last night's

doubleheader with tne i rnuaaei-
nhlii Phillies, r :

They might, Aave' been $100

throws, you figure it out," Haney
said after the games. -.
The throws saved the Braves
from defeat in both games and

enabed them to win eventually,

The fine imposed on Thomson
when he made an nnsuccessful
atempt to steal home in the
eiWh inning of a game with the
!' ...! '-n Po(!,'ers last V
ii.iv. The Liavt-s v,m i -t
8 to 7..

topped by a first place medal in

the marksman class of the indivi individual
dual individual Service Kifle event.
In addition, Stevens topped" a
bronze medal in the National Tro Tro-ply
ply Tro-ply match, was awarded a leg of
the Excellence in Competition a a-ward
ward a-ward and, firing in the marksmat
class, placed 2nd in the Navy Cup
match, 7th in the Leech Cup
match, 5th in the Members Tro Tro-ply
ply Tro-ply event, 4th in the Service Ri Rifle
fle Rifle rapid fire match, 13th in the
Crowell Trophy match and 10th in
the Marine Corps Cup event
Other individual winners were
PFC Frank Gree of "H" C6, 20th,
who, firing in the expert,, class,
placed 53rd in the Coast Guard
Cup match anil 476th in the Leech
Cup match, and SFC William Mc Mc-Feeley
Feeley Mc-Feeley of "I" Co., 20th, who plac placed
ed placed 37th in the expert class of the
Coast Guard event.
In the important Infantry Tro Trophy
phy Trophy team match, the USARCARIB'
entry won a bronze medal wiih
14th place. In two other team e e-vents,
vents, e-vents, the Caribbean firers plac placed
ed placed 5th in the sharpshooter class
of the Enlisted Men's Trophy -vent
and 19th in the sharpshooter
category of the Rumbold Trophy
match.

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X( LONG INOUCH !'
CHARLESTON, W. Vt (UP)
Tom Harrison's 1947 model
truck developed difficulty; he
parked, it in front of a neighbor's
house. He promised he would
move it when he got it fixed. Tbo
neighbors finally had it towed
away. They reasoned two yeara
was long enough to get any ve vehicle
hicle vehicle fixed.

"PRICE OF FEAR gripping suspense filat, wnicn S
ArrVe a-r Tt-v inv r.ilnr.. nmtrw fa nt flramatie

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emotion and shocking realism as it details the circum circumstances
stances circumstances behind a hit-anil-run accident With two of Hol Hollywood's
lywood's Hollywood's top perform ars. Merle Oberon and Lex Barker, en enacting
acting enacting the star roles, "I he Price, of Fear" drives home with
powerful Impact the lessons everyone should learn about
what police have called the most dastardly crime of them
all, hit-and-run. More than that, however, this film paints
with the artistry of suspense 'and exciting story that kept
the opening audience on the edge of their seats from start
. to finish. Merle Oberon, best recognized for the sultry roles
she has essayed on the screen in the past,' delivers a
splendid performance in a role that breaks precedent for
her In two ways ber first suspense drama and her first
unsympathetic role, la a portrayal calling for sustained
emotion. Miss Cheron proves her fine art. try beyond a
s'ngle doubt, raired vi a her in the draws c s-ry, Lex
Larker plays the double victim ot two incti.i.'nau.'g cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances with a forceful performance, scoring a so'1
hit with one of his rare appearances in a "bus-; suit"
role. "PRICE OF FXA.1" OPENS AT Ti.2 LLX ON
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MX1M.I A3ITRTCAJI A ErDETENrrvr CAILT KHTSrAm
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Social and (Otherwise
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rrvHsAT, EOTcra'w, i5:s

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Elks Home in Brazos

Celumbw Day Ball
Chairmen Arc Announced

Grand Knight-eieet Kichard J.j Jeanne BeDsen won the White
Tomfords of Panama. Balboa Elephant. Corae-And-Get-lt was
Council Ko. 1371, Knights of Co-1 won by absent member so the

lumbus has announced- the p- jackpot will be larger next meet-
pointments of the C o m m i 1 1 e ing. i

Chairmen for the Annual Colum- ihougnt or tfte Day was- given

bus Day Ball. py iuia cougner.
A .special meeting was called! Ladies present were: Faye Day,

new elected officers. Selma Wainio, Ida McDade, Jeanne
The Ball traditionally the ton Bensen, Dotha Cougher, Josephine
ocial event of "the yearly KoigiiisCahil, Marum White, Millie Rec-

of Columbus Program wil be held.cia, Midge Larrison, Mary Living Living-at
at Living-at El Panama; Hotel on Oct.-. 12,iston, Jane Huidquist, Jean Van
1956 Columbus Day. Der Heyden,.and Berniece- Grier.
General co-ehair for the ball 1st The first social meeting will be
Thomas Swol. He will be assist-! held Sept 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the
d by John Statu and J m e s;Elks Home.
BIythe Chairman and editor re-f
pectivelyof program committee, i CassWy-Schofitld
Albert Hermanny was setectedj Wedding y
for chairmanship of the entertain-f Miss Jacquelyn Madeline Scho Scho-jaient
jaient Scho-jaient committee. Charles Lanza' field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Chairman of the committee for James A.- Schofield of Gatun, be be-ticket
ticket be-ticket sales. came the bride of Dennis S.,Cas S.,Cas-Reservatibns
Reservatibns S.,Cas-Reservatibns and reception com-f sidy, son of Mrs. Donna Cassidy
mittee is beaded by our Deputyjof Sarasota, Florida and the late
Grand Knight James Fears. -. Mr. William P. Cassidy, at a can
-Publicity and news of the balltdlelight service at the Gatun ; U U-yflBt
yflBt U-yflBt be taken care of by, Jalnesjnion Church, Sept 6; j. :.
Beleourt I The bride,, who was given away
Selection of the orchestra, andby her father, s wore .-a ballerina

the 'entertainment with other de-

tails wijl be announced shortly.
Cristobal Imblem Club
The Cristobal Emblem Club No,
52 held the regular monthly meet

W;ff.ii

A FtW HINTS ON KEEPING
COMMUNICATION LINES OPEN
In almost any book or article
you read on helping your child
through adolescence you will find
these words: ."Keep the. channel
of communication between you
open."
- This is Just a high-falutin' way
of saying, "Don't do anything to
make your teen-ager clam up .on
you." ;

- That's1 good advice. But how do

you manage it?

Well, in this Instance what you
don't do is probably more im

portant thaa what you do.
A few of the important don'ts
are; : c -'": :x '. -'

Don't criticize his friends. If you!

aosoiuttiy nave to loroia mm to
run around with a certain friend
because1 the friend is really a bad
- influence, do it. But don't just pick
his friends to pieces, finding fault
with one's manners, another's

length dress of white peau de soie

with an off-tbe-shoulder neckline

and Italian lace, appliqued on the

bodice. She wore a bpanisn man
tilla lace veil with, a cap of seed

ed pearls and carried a nosegay

of white gardenias and an Eastern
Star Bible. .

NEW GORGAS DOCTORS' WIVES Mrs. Robert Buker and Mrs. Nonnan Schlager swap
stories of tholr experiences as newcomers to the Panama Canal Zone, at a coffee given In
honor of the wives of doctors in traning at Gorgas Hospital by the wife of the hospital
Superintendent,. Mrs. Norman Wiley. Mrs. Buker came here frcm New York City and Mrs.
Schlager is from Denver, Colorado.

Pope Urges Priests To Keep
Abreast Of Modern Science

C ASTELG ANDOLFO, Italy,
Sept. 14 UP) Pope Pius XII,
urged Catholic priests today w
keep up' with modern science,
art and technology so as to
combal. "false philosophical sys systems."
tems." systems." .,.-''.'.'-'..'
The Pontiff addressed some
600 ecclesiastics participating in
the "six'Ji Italian week of revi revision
sion revision i:t pastoral work," with the
aim of bringing pastoral meth methods
ods methods up -to date. :;,. n y ;
. "The. priest with the care of
souls can and must know, what
modern science, art and tech technique;
nique; technique; afflrmj -whenever they
touch on the end of man and

tat control.

Don't make derogatory remarks
about teen-agers in general. You

Mr; and Mrs. Dennis S. Cassidy

The Matrol of Honor, MrsA Al Alfred
fred Alfred Marsh wore a blue taffeta
ballerina-length dress, and car-

dress, or another's lack of paren-jried a nosegay of blue and pink

carnations.

t

Eilly MarshTthe flower girl, was

. i h .in I T" r. (ul u n n

1 A V. ,A !,, U'CBJCU 111 u.ur l.u. m v.j.

" "'"'of pnk carnaions on, her head

r'-r's "'V"1 """".'"'! The- -brides. mother chose ecru

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Dent Depreciate and Don't Sneopi
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Don't ridicule teen-age fads.'

Dancing

At USO Weekend
Door-to-Dobr M

The weekend at hand will see

dancing galore at the USO-JWB
tain for the break.the-fast service-

Tomorrow evening Archie

Lccky and his ciimljo -will enter

tarn for the brck-i: wx service

man and dipeiiuciur and tiiea-

fi'iends.

Dancing will begin, at 8:15 p.m.;

Sunday night brings to focus the

monthly servicemen's hit parade

l.-.i'C vi ii wlme aceessones and
;nj orchid corsage. The mother of

the bridegroom wore a pink flow flowered
ered flowered dress with .P'nk accessories
and an orchid corsage.
- Tin. knr4 mnn una Alftarl ATbicK

-11 i ,1 iiioi, aa jiaiiu mnioii' iiiunili

i uf e u'.DUli and the ushers were Curtis George I Which will ifeature SP3'Haak

" j vi. . J ind Robert Arnold- Dauphin and hij roek an roll

.im.j : wwvw jw" Kev. Jtay uiakety omciated at guitar.

... r.y. j Mne ceremony.- -
following fads is important to your, Mrs Euge'ne Ham!in was the
tSP"Ser' 1 I organist and Mrs. Caleb Clement

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his moral and. reUgious life;
what is religiously and morally
admissible and .what is not; and
hat is indiffere&V. the. Pope
add., t y- v -.-
Thei Pope" added Athat "there
is grsater need of direction of
the apheresrof- modern knowl knowledge
edge knowledge inrso far as they touch
.tliglon and morals) in their
relation to the maglsterium of
the church.?f ':-'"'
"And; on the other hand there
!s meed, ot; direction of t h e
churches maglsteriunj with re regard
gard regard to modern sciences (with (without
out (without prejudice) to the autonomy
of those science in so far as
the orderinR of "human life to
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Dalsa Display Seen
This Vesk Al JVB
The batea 'again comes into the

limelight at the USO J WB Army-!

ed Jforces service Center from
this Saturday, to Saturday, Sept.
22. ';,' y v
Displayed in the Art Gallery of
the USO-JWB will be innuin er er-able
able er-able bateas from the personally personally-made
made personally-made tollection of Mtr ir WoMa
instrouctor of Batea Decoration
in the USO JVVB and on tuony
service clubs and a recognized

authority on the ancient art of, the
region of Code, s -,' 4 f j
, Servicemen and their depend-i

ents and the general public of the
Canal Zone and the Republic of Pa Panama
nama Panama are coridally invited to view I
and comment on the bateas which
can be seen dailv in the Ar Gallft-i
ry of the USO-JWB from a.m. to

did this and that when you-were
a kid. That's ancient history to
your child though it may seem
like yesterday to you. It's his teen teenage
age teenage years your child is living, not
yours.
Don't snoop into your child's-pri-vate
life. It is quite one thing to
know where he is going
when he leaves home and quite
another to read his mail, listen in
on his telephone conversations,
and make a habit of cheking up
on him to see it he is telling you
the truth. -.--,-'
You can keep Junior from clam clam-King
King clam-King up on you if you will just
treat him like a respected, trusted,
and dependable member of the
family. .?,

Mesdames George Mitchell.

Thomas Fels and Charles Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man had decorated the church
with gladioli and white gardenias.
The reception was held in t h e
church hall, which was beautifully
decorated for the occasion with

white gardenias and orchids.
Mrs. Floyd Mc Dermitt M r ft

George Mitchell and Mrs. Frank
Wold cut the 4-tiered heart-shaped

weaaing cane.

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Ahead Of Brooklyn With
'Extra-Inning Victories
Carta Vieja
To Remain
In Pro League
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Editor: COMRADO SARCEANT,

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By MILTON RICHMAN.
NEW YORK. Sent. 14 (UP) Milwaukee had a

"two-eame lead today and heroes by the handful but

iall of them wee overshadowed by Hammerm Hank
aron, who all but nailed down the flag, himself single-handedly
last nights

The 22-year-old Aaron, mak-on Del Ennis single, and then

cut aown Kicnie AsnDurn ai me
plate in the ninth Inning of the

In K spectacular bid lor the
J most valuable player award, was
-httle short of magnificent In

leading the Braves to a twi

light -doubleheader sweep over

.the battling pnimes last mgut.
K' -The list or hi ; accomplish accomplishments:
ments: accomplishments: :
I?? He. v tripled home the
winning : ran in Milwaukee's
13-inning J-2 victory in the
'pener. v. ,-;.": i i-V
V i-V ?t (2) He smashed hia 25th
,',-liomer in the1 11th inning of
,tbe nightcap to pnt the Braves
g ahead and after Ted Kazan Kazan-,"ki'.i
,"ki'.i Kazan-,"ki'.i homer tied the score in
y"tb bottom of the frame, Aa--roiveame
up again and,
" (3) Delivered a sacrifice fly
with the. bases loaded to give
' the Braves a 4-3 tr'umph in
the 12-inning finale.
A1I told, Aaron drove In four
Tims and was. such a standout
,ijt he easily; eclipsed such oth other
er other developments as Warren
Spahn registering the 20Otn vic vic-.twcrf:hls
.twcrf:hls vic-.twcrf:hls career in the night nightcap
cap nightcap and outfielder Bobby Thom Thomson's
son's Thomson's pair of spectacular throws
which saved both th,e first and
second games. -. ; v
t Spahn gave up only six hits,
Including homers by Jim Green Green-.EtJss,
.EtJss, Green-.EtJss, Andy Seminick and Ka Ka-.zanskl
.zanskl Ka-.zanskl in joining, the ranks of
The 200-game winners and post post-On
On post-On his 17th triumph of the sea season.
son. season. .,.f;-......w,-y.v
".Thomson, fined $100 only last
Wednesday for an unauthorized
S'fld unsuccessful attempt to
steal home, threw out Willie
Jones in the 13th inning of the
opener when Jones tried to score'

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nightcap on another single by
Ennis.
Milwaukee manager Fred Ha Ha-ney
ney Ha-ney was so stirred jy Thomson's
defensive brilliance he hinted he
might rescind the fine.
Rookie Taylor Phillips, who
entered the opener in the sixth
in relief of Bob Trowbridge,
blanked the Phils the rest of the
wayvfor his fifth victory. Robin
Roberts staitred the nightcap for
the Phils but gave way after 11
innings and Ben Flowers, was
charged with the loss.
The third-place Cincinnati
Rediegs gained a half game on
the idle second-place Brooklyn
Dodgers with a 5-4 triumph
over the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Rookie Frank Rob nson's ninth
inning single' scored Ray Ja Ja-blonski
blonski Ja-blonski with the winning run.
Joe Nuxhall gained, his 12th
win in relief while Roy Face
was the loser. George Crowe
and Frank Thomas hit homers.
In the only other National
League game, Vinegar Bend Mi Mi-zell
zell Mi-zell of the Cardinals pitched his
second straight shutout to de-.
feat the Giants, 5-0. Rip Repul Repul-ski
ski Repul-ski and Ken Boyer each homer homered
ed homered while a pair, of ex-Giants,
Whitey Lockman and Ray Katt
drove in the other three runs
between, them. Al Worthineton

was the loser. v i

The Yankees, continuine their

cakewalk to the Ame r 1 c a n
League flag,;, defeated the Ath Athlete,
lete, Athlete, 3-2, to move ll games in
front again. Mickey Mantle's

48th -homer in the third inning,
his first circuit this, month,
turned out sto be the winning
margin "as, southpaw Whitey
Ford doled ou!b five hits for his
18th triumph. . yt
. Left-hander Billy Pierce of"
the Vhitfr Sox 1 became the
Amerira League's first 20 20-game
game 20-game winner with a 10-innkig
4-3 Victory over the Bed Sox.!
Ron Northey't pinch single in!
the loth; drove in Nellie Fox
f rem second base as 'Tom
Brewer was thwarted in quest
of his'jOth triumph.Jim Ri Ri-v
v Ri-v vera's seventh-inning homer
gave Chicago a 3-2 lead but

Jfan Plersall'i ninth-inning

nomer sent Uie game into ex extra
tra extra innings, ,(
Two homers hv Gus Triandos

Ws 17th ;and 18th of the cam

paign, pacea me onoies to a 4 4-1
1 4-1 decision over the, second-place
Indians. Trlandos belted both of
his homers off rookie Hank A-

guirre. a 24-year-old left-handef
Cleveland is expecting big things

ii um ucxt year. jLanxy Connie
Johnson struck out nine and
gave 'up five hits. Including a

nomer by Bobby Avila, in post posting
ing posting his eighth triumph. ? ; r
Ray Boone hammered out four
hits and Paul Fovtack hurled

five-hit ball in leading the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers to their seventh straight

victory, a 7-2 win over the Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. The triumph; gave Foytack
a season slalte of and 12.
Chuck stobbs djopped' his' 12th

uctiaiuu BUI1SI 13 Victories.
YESTERDAY' STAR-Hank
Aaron, whose hitting enabled
the Braves to sweep a twi twi-night
night twi-night doubleheader from the'
Phillies.

The CarU Vfcja. Yankees wiU
definitely take pari in the 1956-

57 Professional Baseball League,

it has been announced by loop

officials.

With the signing of a four-

year contract between a syndi

cate headed by sportsman Ra Ramon
mon Ramon Mendei of Xolon and the
Vinicola Licorera, S.A., problems
wh eh threatened, to break op
the three-team league have been

satisfactorily solved.

The other clubs In the loop are
champion Chesterfield and Spur
Cola.
The Vinlcola Licorera. which

claimed "financial difficulties"

decided to seek a co-sponsor for
the team, and came to an agree

ment with the new franchise
holders at a recent meeting.

According to the contract, the

former sponsors wli pay the new

group $7000 each season for re retaining
taining retaining the use of the team's

name, and will aid in matters
concerning the acquisition and
signing of players.- ;

It was reported that Billy

Shanti, who has played with the
Yankees in prewoug seasons,
will be responsible for recruiting
players in the U.S. Shanta will
also serve as field manager, re replacing
placing replacing Al Kubski. : ;
MdalTo Retire

During "53 Season

WIS 3D Basefab :

NEW YORK,' Sept. 14 (UP)-'I

Man Musiai ol the Cardinals said

today he plans to retire in 1958
after he achieves his goal of be

coming the seventh player in

modern baseball history to col collect
lect collect 3,000 hits.

The 35-year-old Musial who got

the 2,763rd hit of his major league

career : against the New York
Giants last night, insisted he de definitely
finitely definitely will continue playing next
season.
Getting, 3,000 hits is the one big
aim I have left," he said. When
I finally get that one I will have
had enough. But that should take
me until somewhere around 1958.
Musiai -broke into the majors
with the Cardinals in 1941 and
except for 1945 when he was in
military service be has been the
club's key man since.-He has a
lifetime batting average of .342
and is currently hitting .311.

Only six other modern players

have made 3,000 hits. They were

Ty Cobb, Honus (Hans) Wagner,

Tris speaker, raui waner,

Eddie Collins and Napoleon (Nap)

Laiole.
.(-t ' '
All Big Ones !!oy

- First Gam

s

!Jr!b:l Leslie

Teams

Milwaukee
Brooklyn .
Cincinnati
St. Louis

Ph'ladelphia

Pittsburgh
New York
Chicago .

MAJOR LEAGUE SEYMOUR AGENCY KEGLERS Last year's Major League Champions, the
Seymour Agency team Is again the club to be at in that league. Two newcomers to the squad
made it even riore so that way. (L to R) Mike Nunes, Ed Kunkle, Eri (Curly) Bates Capt.,
Chuck McGarvy and Jack Ubban. y. . (Photo by Earl Duke)

Playoff 'Rookies Davalillo,
Paige Gives Miami 3-2 Win

NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (UP)-

A paii of playoff "rookies.
Satchel Paige and Pompeyo Da Da-vallllo,
vallllo, Da-vallllo, put the Miami Marlins
back in business today in the

International League playoffs.

- Davaliio's ninth inning sin single
gle single .ind Paige's brief but briN
liant relief stint gave the Mar Marlins
lins Marlins their first playoff victory
over the Rochester Red Wings,

night Tbe Wings,

still- lead in the

3-2, latt
however,

series 2-1

Paige, pushing 50 or maybe
60 ye; pitching in his first
playoff, set the Wings down in
order in the eighth Inning aft after
er after the Marlins had scored once
in the top of the frame. Then
in the ninth, Miami tied the
score on a double by Glen Gor-

-CARTOON
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'CI:IUaSCG?E
2 Hours of Entertainment!

Today Encanto .35 20
Double in Cinemascope 1
Cyd Charlsse In
"MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS"
, .. Leslie Caron in
"GABY"

Tortov IDEAL 20-10
"Perils of The Wilderness"
i Last Ci-apiers!
"DEif RT VIGI' T" T"-"SNIPE
"SNIPE T"-"SNIPE R

if

Milwaukee Ab R II Po A
Mantilla ss i ...... 4 0 0 3 .2
d-Tanner 1 0 0 0 0
Logan gs . 1 1 0 010
O'Connell 2b ..... 5 2 3 3 2
Aaron rf .4...... 1 2 4 0
Mathews Sb 4 0 2 1 0
Adcock lb ....... 5 0 0 7 1
Thomson if ....... 5 0 0 2 .1
Bruton ct ........ 4 0 0 5 0
Crandall c 5 0 0 13 1
Trowbridge p .... 1 0 0 0 0
a-Torre .......... 1 0 0 0 0
Phillips p ........ 3 0 0 0 5
Totals ..." 453 7 39 12

PhUadelphla

Ashburn cf ....... 5

Hemus 2b ........ 3
b-Greengrass .... 1

Kazanskl 2b

Jones 3b
Lopata c
Ennis If .........
Blaylock lb .....
Valo rf
e-Semlnlck ...si.

Baumholz rf . .
e-Hamner .......
Smalley ss. .......
Meyer p i
f-Lonnett .......

Totals

I i i
V.r'

3
0.
0
0
1
3
2
1
0
0
0

0-0
0 1
0 1
o:o

ICobbef, Clayton) Navy

QuiniGts 'Scop

Wins In Cage Tournay

Fort Kobbe. the team 'voted

most likelv to succeed in the PA-

AF cage chase,' stepped off in the
right direction Wednesday night

with an almost easy 69-57-Jffin o-

ver Fort Amador's Troopers, and
Fort Clayton and Navy kept pace
in their openers with 62-55 and 46 46-41
41 46-41 triumohs over Albrook AFB

and Army AUanuc, respectively.

The six teams resume battle a-

gain Saturday nignt, wun games.

slated at Kobbe. Clayton and Ar-

my Atlantic., The Regulars host
Navy, while Clayton meets t h e
Troopers and the. ; A's entertain
the Flyers. Contest at Kobbe and

Clayton begin at 7:30; at t on ua
vis startine time is 7.

In the tussle at Kobbe, Amadors

talented Lee Straube, an ex-Seton

Pennant Races

At A Glance

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Milwaukee
Brooklyn

Cincinnati

46 2 12 39 10

it j Ml i unrmnfH f

SAVER The New York Yan-.
kees needed relief pitching, so
31-year-old Sonny Dixon got a
big break. The right-hander was
sold to the- American League
clamoions by, Richmond of the
International I-eague. He had a
7 and 5 record, but was credited
with saving 24 other games.

a-Grounded' out. for. ; Trow

bridge in 6th. w

b-Struck out for Valo in 10th.
d-Flled out for Mantilla in

Uth.

-Flied out for Baumholtz In

Win.

f-Flled out for Meyer In 13th,

Milwaukee

Philadelphia

000 000 200 000 13
100 100 000 000 02

SUMMARY: Error: Mathews

RBI : Lopata, Vftlo, Aaron 2,
Mathews. Doubles: Ashburn, En

nis, Aaron, O'Conneli. Triple
Aaron. Sacrifice: Adcock, Lopa
ta. sacrifice fly: Valo. Double

play: O'Connell to Mantilla to

Adcock. Left "on base: Milwau

kee 8, Philadelphia 13. Bases on

balls Trowbridge 2, pmuips 3,
Meyer 3. S.O.: Trowbridge 5.

Pnuiips 6. Meyer 5. uit3 off:

Trowbridge 5 m 5, pnuiips 7 in

8. Runs and earned runs: Trow

bridge 2 and 2, Meyer 3 and 3.

Wild pitch: Trowbridge. Hit by

pitcn.v Trowonage nit Hemus;

Meyer nit uuonneui, wr: pnil
lips ,(5-2). LP:. Meyer (8-8).

W
86
83
82

L
55
56
58

Pet
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.597
.586

Gb Gl

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Games remaining:

Milwaukee (13) At home (31

Chicago, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Away

(10) Philadelphia, Sept. H. is;

New York, Sept. 16, 17; Pitts Pitts-burgh,
burgh, Pitts-burgh, Sept. 18, 19; Cincinnati,

Sept. 25; St. Louis, sept. Z8, z,

Brooklyn (15) At home (11)

Chicago, Sept. 14, 15; Cincinna Cincinnati,
ti, Cincinnati, Sept. 16, 17; St. Louis, Sfpt.
18, 19; Philadelphia, Sept. 25, 26;
P'ttsburgh, Sept. 28, 29, 30. Away

() Fittsburgn, sept, zi, zz, zs.

Cincinnati (14) At home (5)

St. Louis, Sept 21, 22, 23, 24;

Milwaukee, Sept. 25. Away (9)
Pittsburgh, Sept. 15; Brooklyn,

Sept. 16, 17; Philadelphia, sept.
18, 18, 19, 19; Chicago, Sept. 29,
30.

Hall eager, stole the shooting hun

der with a 29-polnt production, but

he was more than matched by the

balanced hiring and ball hogging!

of .Regular starters Willie Hatch

ett Joe Belhzzi, Len Koss and Ron

Maymaker, who paced the win winners
ners winners with 16.

The defending champs led all the

way with the exception of a few
minutes early in the game,, but
were pushed hard in the second

quarter when the Troopers out-

scored them, 13-2, to nuzzle up to
within one point at halftime. Kob Kobbe,
be, Kobbe, however, came back from the

miagame rest witn a vengeance

ana Amaaor never pressed agau

as Hatchett, Bellizzi and Koss

dominated the boards and Slay

maker, with devastating smooth.

ness, upset the losers' floating

man-to-man defense with a 70 per4

ceni accuracy irom outside.'
Clayton and Albrook traded sho
for shot in dueling to a 29-29 half-

time impasse, but the Cavs, pac paced
ed paced offensively by Bill Jankovich
and Dick Bowman and under the
boards by rangy, glue fingered
Jim Reynolds, pulled away early

in me iniru quarter and were nev.
er headed after that. v-v;

meet iyer. jump shot artist

amrnett Bryant earned the eve

ning s point honors with 18 and

and was backed br center ; John

uanc, who hit for 10, all in the
second half. Bowman and big 6-6
Sam Williams connected with 14

eacn ior me winners. 1

At coco !olo, the Sailors and

Busomasiers staged an almost ei

act replica of their low scoring
consolation clash in the Albrook

tournament, with the winnpr fore.

ing ahead to a 39-26 third quarter
advantage and almost losing it as

ana 10m tucKer, clicked for 15

markers while holding the Mid

aies 10 7.

Up to the last Quarter th. Sai

lors stymied me Bushmaster of

cnai.c wun meir pressing sone
defense and the losers had to be
content mainly with long-r a n g e

siumiiiig, niKii-pomi nan Rash
netted 15 and Tucker 14. w h i I e
Frank Doran led the winners with

it ano center itoa cofcr bagged 11

tous Tind Bob McEllot's single.

Davallilj was called on to make
his fust playoff appearance
and pnch hit for Paige after

Mlcelicta had advanced to sec
end ori an infield out.

Davallilo, the ex-Nat, rammed
a single, up the middle to score
what proved to be the winning
run as Bob Lipetri pitched the
ninth for Miami and struck out
the side to run the total of
Wings strikeouts to 13 in the

game. : :r
In the other semi-final play playoff
off playoff set, Toronto made it two
out of three over Montreal

L with a crushing 12-1 win,

featured by a lt-hit barrage
on three 1 al pitchers.

Don -Johnson gave. ,ui six
harmless hits and was aided by

home tuns by Ed Stevens and

oatterymate, Carl Sawatski.

Rochester plays Miami to

morrow night with Don. Card

weu pi Marlins set, to oppose

uary Biayiocit Tne Lears-Roy
nls series will continue at Mon.
treal for the next two games.

TOOAX'S ttfMKS
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (N)
Chicago at Brooklyn N
St, Louis at New York
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.

(First Game)
(Nilght Game 13 Innlnrst

Milwaukee

008 000 200 000 13 7 1

Philadelphia

. 100 100 000 000 62 12
.Trowbridge. Phillinn JS-J 1 and

Crandall.

Meyer (7-9) and Lnnata.

(Second Game)
(Night Game 12 Inn:ngs)

Milwaukee t ;

000 020 000 611 4 11 i

Philadelphia

' 020 000 000 0103 6 0
Spahn (17-10) and Crandall.
Roberts, Flowers (1-3). Srm-

mons and Seminick.

(Night Game)

Cincinnati 010 000 2025 14 1

riusourgn 002 001 1004 7 1

Jeifcoat. Lawrence Nnvtinit

U-10, Freeman nd Rnrri

Edwards, Bailey.

mine. Follet. Face fl.10

. .. --

na.crs ana tones.

(Night Game)

St. Louis 020 100 101 K 1

New York 000 000 0000 4

Mell (1412) and Katt.

The llnescores:

Miami 000 000 0123 9

Rochester 200 000 0002 5

Morehead, Paige (8). Llrietri

(9) and Holton; Markeil, Wright

j ana Rand, wi" paiee. LP

Wright.-

Toronto 322 104 000-12 14
Montreal 000 000 C10 1 6

D. Johnson and Sawatski:

Cristante, Cole (3), Mlckens (61

and Roseboro. LP Cristante
HR St evens, Sawatski, Sardi
nas.

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Teams

New York
Cleveland

W
90
78

L
50
60

Pet Gb Gl

.643 14
.565 11 16

Games remaining:
.
New Y4rk (15) At home (3)

Boston. Sept. 28, 29. 30. Awaj

(11) Boston, Sept. 21, ZZ, Z3; De

troit. Sent. 14, 15; Cleveland,

Sept. 16, 16; Chicago, sept, is
Baltimore. Sept. 24: 25, 26.

Cleveland (16) At home (13)

Boston. Sent. 14. 14, : 15; New

York. Sent 16. 16: Washington,

Sept. 18, 18, 19; Kansas City,
Sept. 25. 26: Detro't, Sept. 28,

29, 30. Away (3), Detroit, Sept.

21, 22, 23.

Leaders
In The Majors
LEAPING BATTERS
(Based on 350 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Player, Club

g. ab t h pet

140 553 103 181 .327
144 529 71 169 .31!)

136 41 84 156 .318

117 434 53 137 .316

Aaron. MilJ-

Virdon, pitta.
Moon, St. L.
S'dienst, N.Y.

Musiai, St. L, 140 534 75 168 .311

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Mantle, N.Y. 136 46 122 175 .353
Wlliams, Bos 121 351 60 122 .348

Kuenn, Det. 131 531 84 176 .331

W
86
83
83.
70
63
61
57
55

L
55
56
58
68
75
80.
82
83

Pet. GB
.610
.597 2
.586' 3 Vi
.507 H'3
.457 21'
.433 23
.410 28
.399 29!$

Teams

New York

Cleveland
Chicago ..

Boston ,

Detroit .

Baltimore
Washington
Kansas C3ty

Amsricsn Lcri'j
a 1

W
90
78
77
77
72
60
57

44

L
50
60
61
62
67
79
82

94

Prt. GB
.643
-SGS 11
558 12
.554 12i
.518 17 1 i
.432 29 Vi
.410 32i

.313 45

' .' TODAY'S GAMEX

New York at Detroit -Boston
at Cleveland (2)
Baltimore at Chicago (N)
Washington at K. City (N) :
" IICSTER DAY'S ItrciriT

New York 201 000 0003 X

Kansas- City 000 001 1002 5 1

Ford (18-5) and Berra.
Gorman fft-ini. shmi. r.:

ian and Sm:th.

Baltimore
Cleveland

011 001 1004
000 100 0001

Johnson (8-10) and Trlandos.
Agulrre (2-5), Narieski, Houtte Houtte-man
man Houtte-man and Naragon.
Boston 010 010 001 03 10 J

(10 Innings)
Boston 010 010 001 83 lo
Chicago 011 000 100 14 9

Brewer (19-8) and White.
Pierce (20-7) and Lonar.

Washington
Detroit

001 000 0102 5
611 003 Ux 7 15

Stobbs (15-12), Griggs, Chaka
les and Courtney.
Foytack (13-12) and Wilson.

1 .yW?rtc2 (5"13) Grissom,
L'ttlefield and SarnU
Only games scheduled.

f 1

By TREVOR SIMONS
Todav "Tiffer Raff" ? hnnnraH

to take time off from the chore of

reporting on the 1956 gridiron 11
and salute one of the finer ath

letes and scholars to graduate

irom uristooai High School.

Jtsut meanest way to begin, I
think, is to point out that his col

umn might never have been writ

ten had 1 been coach for Cristobal

High back in .1952 when Kaiser Ba Ba-zan
zan Ba-zan first came to my attention on

the football field as a green fresh fresh-man.
man. fresh-man. : ; :

It has always been mv nractice

to mill around the work-out ses sessions
sions sessions and to discuss informally
with coach Luke Palumbo, not on only
ly only the prospects of the current
team, but also, and some times
moreso. the outlook for the future.

It was during one of these talks

out at Strode 'Field that .Palumbo
told me that young Bazan had
shown some fine promise and that
be had hopes of bringing around
a truly great star for the Blue
and Gold.
1 After watching the Tigers work

uu. 1 mm laiumuu mat i umu v ins, junior ana senior years hut
share hist optimism. ';As a matter, also both times make all-Isthmian
of fact," I added, "if it were up to1 and became the first CHS student
me I would release him now." I, to twice- in succession win the
contmued voicing my opmlon with coach's award nw I

statement player 0n the Cristobal team, H

vWi:X-41)i;Si'J

KAISER BAZAN

and then with4he chicken-pox. So
determmed was this lad to make
good that he not only lettered in

the not so brilliant

in baseball, and

basketball a n d

Nieman, Bal.

Maxwell,; D..,

"he 11 hurt you more than he'll fciirrpH tui

help you." - once each in
"I am now elad to say that at trark.

no time have I ever been so wrong " i,
about anyone and never have I ev- He more than proved his abilit
er been so glad that I was wrong. 'jn the administrative field too
For Kaizer Bazan turned out to serving as class representativa
be not only one of the outstanding during his freshman and soDho soDho-schoiars
schoiars soDho-schoiars of Cristobal High, but did more years and in his Junior year
the Athletic department proud was eWtprf

116 391 58 128 .327twith his amazing fetes in everyc" Club. Hfi hit the Dinacl nf

126 445 89 145 .321

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, HOME RUNS
.Mantle,: Yanks ......'. 48
Snider,, Dodgers ...... 38
- Robinson, Rediegs . ... 38
Adcock, Braves ......... 37
Mathews, Braves . ..... 35
Kluszewski, Rediegs .... 35
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 119
Kallne, Tigers ......... 118
Kluszewski, RedlegS -s .". fOl
Adcock, Braves ". 99
Simpson, Athletics ..... 99
RUNS
Mantle, Yanks ......... 122
Robinson, Rediegs ..... 116
Snider, Dodgers 103
Aaron, Braves .......... 103
Fox, White Sox ...;... 99

111 I S

Aaron, Braves 181
Fox, Whfie Sox ........ 177
Kuenn, Tigers ........ 176
Mantle, Yanks 175
Kallne, Tigers 170

riTCIIING
(Based on 15 Decisions)
" W L
Newoombe, Dodgers .23 6
Ford, Yanks ..18 5
Pierce, White Sox ...20 7
F'reeman. Rediegs ...13 5
Kucks, Yanks .......18 7

Pet

.793

.783
.741
.722
.720

o(uuii6 -nYu.jr nu w w.u.-nis scnoiasuc success as a senior
out a question, one of the hardest when Jhe students voted Bazan in

wuiMng, unviiig na ruuaiuK as presment ot uie Students as as-backs
backs as-backs it has been my pleasure to sociation.
watch in. many years of covering,
the Blue and Gold sports. His senior year; as a matter of
Strangely enough one of the big, fact, was one of constant activity
hurdles that Bazan had to over-ih, which he proved himself not on on-come
come on-come -was that of being the son of ly "jack of all trades," but tht
Mayor of Colon; for young Kaizer mastef of most too. While excelt
felt that he had to win -acceptance ing. on the athletic field and ae ae-in
in ae-in his own right. 3 lively participating in the office of
t The last thing he wanted was tos.A. president, Kaizer also served
be accepted because of his fath actively as president of the "C
er'a pos.uon. This he did wit.; club and "21" Club. He was ba ba-masterful
masterful ba-masterful humility, ready always tallion commander in the ROTC
to listen and to learn, always wiil-and a workhorse" on the dance
ing to impart what knowledge he and assembly committees. And to
had gathered to the young, up- make it even -more amazing Ba-and-coming
scholars and atnletes4Zan still found time to finish in
He won for himself a high place the top quarter of his class,
in Cristobal High School and did y .; .
it on his own; he won the admira-j Kaizer Bazan leaves Monday for
tion and tfespect, not only of his Millard Prep school in Langlois,
team-mates, but also of those that Oregon. He will attend for six
played against him. He more than months after which he will enter
jusiitied Palumbo's confidence in West Point. If we know Bazan,
him. and we do, he will not rest on his
1 started to Interview coaches laurels, lie wiU aspire and work
and teachers in an effort to com-! hard for even greater achievement
pletcly cover Bazan's four- yeariand will make West Point proud
stint in High School. I quickly that he attended. He goes with
found that he had been involved the good wishes and "God-speed"
in more C.H.S. activities t h a n'0f everyone who has known him.
space permitted to print, so shall! He has left footprints that will be
merely try to quickly cover the: hard to follow, but which will al al-Hishlights
Hishlights al-Hishlights of a colorful High! ways serve as an inspiration and
School period. j beacon -for the future of CHS. The
t Bazan's first year as a fresh 11956 CHS year-book sums it up in
man footbair players was unevent just a few words. "Top man in the
ful and his sophomore year was sports field, carefree and' constant constant-plagued
plagued constant-plagued first with a brcken finger ly on the go." j



Care:

--ip; races' 1 Op 1 OMOFFOW g
: X-
j u

t THE' DEBATE COT ROUCH Senator right fielder Jim
I Lemon, foreground, and second baseman Herb Plewi each
called for. a ihort fly to right field. Neither gave up on the
ball. The result was thit head-rattling collision.

fomorron's

Rncing Card

1st Rjtt lid Uii Imp. 7 fst.

Pvn $400.00 Clout 12:43

f IRST RACE Or THI DOUBH

1 Remir6n

J P. de Gales
3 Riscal
4 Melrose
5 Qullacoya
6 Incalca
7 Lanero

8 Ponton

9 Oliver

J. Bravo 113
R. Vasquea 115
A. Ycaza 113
K. Ftorei 113
O. Miranda 107x
A. Carbonell 110
J. Jimenes 105x

A. Reyes R. HOx

F, Alvares no

10-Joe 's Fiddling; H. Ruiz 103

24 Rata Jrd Seriat Imp. 7 Fat.

Pima $400.00 Pool Clout 1:15
SECOND RACI OF THI DOUBLE

1 Suzerain
2 Don Dant

3 Reflector
4 Arpegio
5 Amin Didl
6 Carraway
7 Bright Blade
8 Greco

R. Vasquea 113

S. Carvajal 102x

V. Ortega 117

' J. Jimenez 112x

A. Ycaza 110

O. Chanis 113
B. Baeza 104
F. Hidalgo 106

Jr4 Race "D" Nativtt 5 Fgt

Puna $300.00 Pool Clotat 1:45

ONE-TWO

JOE WILLIAMS

1 Nacho
2 OUmpico
3 Metto
4 Radical
5 Bugaba

J. Bravo 113
B. Aguirre 113
A.. Ycaza 118

A. Reyes R. 107x

jr. vasquei no

Thi waa ; lonr-distance phone Interview with

dus, raianm a-. "".-jh nhio. hla birthplace.

icvnuni bk"f- vi. nrtmii ntd! (A) no.

tne rivHDUKu -., lt WOn't be

It.) (B II swaps anu r-- .-- ,nv klnd

.. f Tn f ot na nouDLa iucj u ui-

this

own

knows

In a match race.

0t fcT Swaps will run three more races, beginning with the
!S'S!aJffSm goeS; well, until the
'eQd MiSfti continue to train him, Willi. Shoe-

BarcKmpaigning and ffi'jSXi
breath adde4.wUVotwurse, remain tt th hand of Bex

Ellsworth (the- pacmo,;oa wwwt, ( ,

markabie ipeeo..v.": ir. ,m,r for mora than 20

Altnougn uamrwui r.t,,,i for the most

n hmanflr BTin nwnci .. ilia oivfwvi

4th Rica "6" Natirot 5 Fit

Part $275 00 Pool CIomi 2:20

QUINIELA

1 Folletitd .' J. Jimenes 115x

2 Black Bee B. Baeza 110
3 Miml ; B. Aguirre 118
4 Don Jaime J. Gongora 113

5 (La G. Ladra K. Flores 109
6 (Carlota A. Carbonell 118

7 Tully Bar R. Crlstian 113,

5th Raca "Spatial" Natiroa 4 Ft.

Puna $275.00 Pool Clout 2:55

L. Pampanlnl B. Aguirre 118

2 Hoy Si

3 Historia

4 Fabionet
5 Toxic.
8 Angellta

years, coin

Tiart, have

. coraHvH ide. The Swaps deal

v I if L x a on L-a venture.

6th Race "Joekay Club Claw." I ,Milt

Puna $400.00 Pool Clout 3:35

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Y, Prince : E. Ortega 103

2 R. Stream B. Aguirre liq
3 Armador B. Baeza 110

4 Reynold H. Ruiz 108
5 Gay Spot A. Carbonell 110

6 M. Maker F. Alvarez 105

7 Vedette Anton Vasquez 113

8 (Llon Claw A. Ycaza 128
9 (Brisk O. de Leon 100

7th Rata 2nd Sarin Imp. 6 Fat,

M fSOO.CD Pnl CWt 4:C

RACI CF THE twoLE

Mrs. Kalllsan H. Ruiz 103

2 Febrero II J. Phillips 110

ioo j::uion a year

of the

. .. mo nnt tnnw. Galbreath Is one

nuai grosstm u. T- --- eU

, Zuna

Tmrlr-srrptrher In miaiown muuuwuv ,
necK-sweicqer i uwv an--doesn't drink or smoke

. . -.i.ii. i li. k. mi hint anvtnlne from a. ruiK ajsuy,

, J., j- T sixotn recnrdM Tom Yawkey,-wno

Tu-cni'- ih .iamnlar ol sportsmen. Galbreath

"-"fcrt-wTtSaTafii the same league,

wu,in nth m. to want out of sport are the emo.

tional thrUli f competition nrthe P'".""
from the masterly performance. It would not be completely
accurate to say he has suffered t, surfeit of such eestasiea In

4 WBl Under much Rickey for the past, five years, the PU-ates
. i I- 4 o a a a rm'.hreat.h hrouirht Rickev to Pltts-

. Erirf-V7a mfrlamd and a fraternity brother. He is still

: .kc V -ik hniicrh radurej trom eeneral manager at $100,.

Su .rt'irjnaitta at $50,000 ft year. Chances

... v.. .-'.(.. orith thn Pirat.es us lona as he likes.

, ii. re ilfj vAU puaj vv - -
This year the Pirates set sail under a new general man.
aeer (Joe L. Brown, son of the beloved comtO and a new skip.
iDnhkn cnn Tnnifi coast Leaeue eraduate). After i

Tni.ieariinff sDlav of early season class, the Pirates dropped

Kv tohora thev helonired and Bragan Impulsively exploded:

. "There'll be some new faces on this team .next season or

therell be a new manager.-
u.w okmit that?" Oalhreth was asked,

"I can't say that I admire the way our manager expressed
Mi iews. and vet I must agree with hun. We certainly do need

new laces. And what's more, we're going to get .them.
t TRADES FOK FIEATES

noihraotH nnfinued talklne from' his office in Columbus,

: Ohio, "When ths season is over I'm going to tell Bragan that
he is at liberty.., this, with, the concurrence of our general
manager, of course... to make any deal he feels might help the
- ih "t thinv w have one of the finest outfields in the

majors and the records prove we have some excellent young
pitchers. I realize that in order to make an advantageous
deal we will have to give up a player or players we'd rather
kepn. Nevertheless. I agree that changes must be made." ...

To get back to Swaps, Galbreath declined to compare him
and Nashua... "I saw Swaps ran four times and after each race

I bad to ask myself if I had ever seen a none mat ran so ian
with so little effort." Obviously, the gentleman was forced to
reply tn the negative.
What two races would Swaps run in after the United Na-
tions?.-, : -1
, "That will be up to my new partner," said Galbreath. "Re "Re-.
. "Re-. member, I own only half of the horse. (Don't say it... please.)
My guess Is that Swaps will find a race that suits him at
Garden State, then stop over in Chicago for the $100,000 Haw Haw-'
' Haw-' thorns Gold Cup as he heads for his little gray barn in the
. West. ',
Why can't we see Swaps In New York?
Because people who own great horses don't make a prac

tice of entering them In $10,000 allowance races. And' stop

asking stupid questions.

3 Escorial

4 Panicus

5 D. Four
8 Alhajar
7- Polizon

M. Hurley 115

M. Guerrero 118
F. Hidalgo 106
J. Rodriguez 114
. B. Baeza 108

F. Sanchez 97x

- A. Ycaza 112
A. Carbonell 113

R. Vasquez 128

8. Carvajal 102x

I-
i

- AS-

s

V

O

Ui.iiil iiiiiwiiafiia inn hit W.mo.v -J. y .-

CHEERING THE FLASH McLean, 11, hand Frank Frisch a gift at New RocMle,
N. Y, hospital, where tha Flash is recuperating from a heart attack. Mclcan wears Giant uni uniform
form uniform Frisch bought for him when he was New York ball boy last season.

Mr

Li

8th Rata "JocharClub Clatt." 1 Milt

Porta $400.00 Pool Clout 4:40

QUINIELA

1 M. Melody A. Carbonell 118
2 Barlyon B. Baeza 103
3 Nogalino i R. Cristlan 108

4 Genizarito B. Asruirre 108
5 Dona Beatriz J. Bravo 118

8 (Oyster R. Vasquez 110
7 (Venganza A. Reyes R. 108

9th Raca tni Sarin Imp. ( Fat,

Porte $500.00 Pool Clotos Sill

ONE-TWO

1 Florera . O. de te6n 105
2 Gavilan V. Castillo 113

3 Orn. Star B. Baeza 110

4 Distingo F. Alvarez 110
5 Kensington J. Bravo 118

8 Eric J. Phillips 108

7 (Pavinetto' B. Aguirre 113

8 (Jaqulmazo A. Carbonell 110

10th Raca 1st Sariat Imp. 7 Fat,

Puru $700.00 Pool Clout 5:40

1 Empiue Honey J. Bravo 110
2 Blakemere R. Vasquez 118
3 Begonia B. Baeza 105

4 Lucky Test F,- Alvarez 112

a Grey Juan H. Ruiz 103
ftMa. Cristina K. Flores 112

7 B. Royal A. Carbonell 110

11th Rata "C" Natlvat C Fat.

runa 1Z5.00 Pool Clout...

1 Lady Edna B, Aguirre- 113

MARGARITA BOWLING
LEAGUE
Tha Margarita League opened

its first week of bowling Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night with two new spon sponsors
sors sponsors entering the league. Casa
Yohros and Agenda Kam now
have teams on the alleys, r
- Agenda Kam, with the out outstanding
standing outstanding rolling of Don Rudy
who rolled a 605 series to enter
this elite "600" club, took the

Aces for four points to jump in into
to into the leading position. Stilson s
518 series was high for the Aces.

Casa Yonros aroppeu vu
points to the Terminals men.
SStropo's 504 series was high for
tha Terminals.

T t vear'a champion Naval

etor.tnn team is vetting off to a

slow start. They dropped three

points to the poncemen wnuc
nniv taVW one. S'ewart's 520

RPric w.is V- x f'r e Ccrs fol

lowed closely by su.i Uuesu wim

500 even. The best tno wavy

could muster was a ou. serwa wr

IPrari Hnnna

Wright Bros, tooe uiree pomia

from Powells to stay in the first

division. St. jonn had a nign aou
urtPK for the Plumbers while

joe Wright was high for Powells
with a 490 series.

Inasmuch as me classes nv
not been figured for this week
thev will be omitted from the

column..

NAVAL STATION

Blair

Booth t
Adkins .

Cannon .

Hoppe .
juskow ski.

138

167
167
132
188

772
16

153
183
138
144
149
lis"
10

145
130
130
172
173

283

450

450

268
504
322

731 2241

23 49

Balboa Beer team finally won it-

self a championship.

This team has established a rec

ord for winning the most runner-

up titles since tne opening ol we

league.

788 748 1 754 229C

In' their victory over the defend

ing cnampion uiestemem irora 8:15C, Bishop,

uuiuu, osiuvs ui&emjvu m iwi JJ, nUgnCS

?OLICE ASSN.

Fortner
Tully
Guest .
Stewart
Martin

148
125
144
191
145.

159
l
160
162
180

145
172
196
167
164

450

459

600
620
489

761 823 844 2418

V.'allace
Gibson
Brown
Oesterle
Hogan

14 i
113
144
180
159

CASA YOHROS

. 157
.145
110
, 134
172

9127
149
116
159
152

433
407
370

473

483

718 745 704 2186

TERMINALS

Conover
Brooks
Judge
Benzen

Stroop

STANDINGS;

Won Lost

Agenda Kam
Terminals

Police .......
Wrigblt Bros.

Powells

Naval Station

Casa Yohros

Aces

Halliday V

Stone .
Stllson .
,

2 Tanara

3 Takeaway
4 Portal

5 Ika

R. Vasquez 113
B. Baeza 116
A. Ycaza 116
J. Rodriguez 112

Racetrack Tips

By LUIS ROMER

1 Princ'pe de Gales Riscal

2 Reflector Suxeraln
3 Bugaba OHmpIco
4 La Gasia Ladra Black Bee

5 Toxic La Pampanlnl
Lion's Claw (e Gay Spot

7 Alhajar Double Four

8 Master Melody Ovster (e)
9 Kensington Pavinetto (e)

16 Emplr fioney Blakemrre

111 Tanara Lady Edna

..

ACES.

. 139
. 175
.168
. 135
. 146

130
151
168
180
181,

153
129
182
172
178

422

455
518
487
.505

. 14
154
129
178
158'
"768
27

163
147
171
131
197,
"809
27

165
102
118
157
149

477
403

418
466
504

691 2268

27 81

795 836 718 2349

ly I BANS RIARDON
24 Years in National League
Writton for NIA Service

" ".' 763 810 814 2387

AHRXriA KAM INS.

Rinehart 168 183 144 497

Stepp . ... 148 138 142 428
Johnson ,.. 109 144 156 409

Rudy .... 196 194 215 609
Robinson ..169 164, 186 499

790
20

825
20

823 2438
20 .60

810 845 843 2498

Hicks

Klrkendall

Reccia .

Schommer

St. John

WRIGHT BROS.

139 176 172

QUESTION: With, a runner on

first base, the batter hits the bsll

safely far down the right field

foul line, i The third b a s e m a

from first to slide into that ssck,

The throw from the right fielder
is wild. The man on third base
easily eould have scored had he
not been decoyed into sliding. Does

the third baseman's fake at tak

ing a throw constitute interfer

ence? Charles Richardson.

, Answort Not as long as ha did
not touch the runner. That being

the case, it is considered smart

baseball.

163
140
158
.207

177
146
139
161

139
123
197

182

487
479
409

494

550

807 799 813 2419

J. Wright

D. Bell .-

Jodice t
DeVoll
Eder .

POWELLS V
. 167 167

. 145
, 149
. 188
. .111

136
170
153
163

156
148
144
150
150

490

429

483

471
424

,740

37

789
37

748 2277
' 37 Ill

,777 828 785 2388

Gold Dust

BALBOA BBBR NEW RP
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
- i
By HIRBIRT MOISI

Sub-Feature Shapes Up

As Wide Open Contest

Two gronps of lowly Third Series imported thor
oughbreds will match strides tomorrow in an effort
to qualify for the $3000-added Jockey Club Classic
which will be run next week out at the President
Remon racetrack. T

The first group, a hine-horse

field, will compote in the sixth
race with Lion's Claw a big fa favorite
vorite favorite to whip his opponents.

The other group will race in the

eigntb wun Lion s ciaws iiaoie iiaoie-mat
mat iiaoie-mat Master Melody the choice
to beat his contenders.

The sub-feature is a seven fur

long sprint in which seven First

Along The Fairways

PANAMA WOMEN'S GOLF
ASSOCIATION

The Women's Isthmian Cham Championship
pionship Championship Tournament is now

underway. AU the girls have

been working like troians (even

Bobby The, Wedge". Hughes was

cut at Brazos tearing around
the griens, so bo on your toes
girls, because she Is out to sur surprise
prise surprise you). i
So fat there has been quite
a good number of girls to sign signup
up signup for the tournament. Any of
you tuat haven't, signed can
still do so on Saturday at Bra Brazos
zos Brazos and qualify with your P.
W.G.A. score of that day. The
line-up for the P.W.G.A. meet

Scorint a run-awav victory in' Saturday is as follows:

the final sudden-death playoff. Off Ue front at

game for the 1956 title ol the fa-a: is c. Burns, K, call L Ko-

nama Provincial benior jtasaet; blnsoa

bsll loop against Chesterfield, the 8:25 A. French, L Knuth, E.

Mathieson

8:35 j. Morris, : E. Dials, L.
Johnson
8:45 L, Hopson, M. Bucolo, H.
-Clark-',
,8:55 K. Cherry, F. Twomey, B.
. J. Nelson, N.- Hastings '

on tne back at

S. Carpenter,

Series imparted horses will vie
for a share of the $700 purse.
Blakemere, Empire Honey and
Barge Royal are the prospective
favorites.
Also scheduled to start inj Ahe
well matched sub-feature are
Begonia, Lucky Test, Grey Juan

ana newcomer Maria cmtina.
The latter will be making -,; her

wcai oeout.
Off their last performances.

Blakemere and Barge Royal fig

ure to pa tne norses to baatt ai
though the longer distance, will
definitely enhance Wong, fin finishing
ishing finishing Empire Honey's chances.
Several other hard-topick
races are Included on the
eleven-race program.

esKuroay-s card shapes up as
a fitting 'curtain raiser" for
Sunday's program which fea features
tures features the running of the annual
blue ribbon Gambling control
Board Classic for the best hors horses
es horses in training on the Isth:
Ten horses will race one ir : a

and five-sixteenths for a $5:, :;
added purse plus a beauUful
silver trophy. ;
WMi 4 6:n,:s 12

Ru!hvs Record Pci'S

DETROIT, Sepi II (CP)
Mickey Mantle finally came
out of his slump with hla
48th homer but it will take a
near-lneredlble clip 13 hom homers
ers homers in the next 14 garner '-for
for '-for him to break Babe Rutli s

au-time record.

desire to win and thus was a con

fident bsll team on the court out

playing their rivals completely. In

the opener of this evening's affair,

Galuto Cigarette ouueored fans-

ma Cigarette in an over time
thriller... to the tune of 82 to 79.

Oallite 82; Panama 79
PlaviHg for third place in the fi

nal standing. Gallito snd Panama

went into tneir game snd fought

bitterly to a 70-76 tie that wss ere-1

sted after the final whistle was
sounded,.., ..,..,.. ,.,., ;,,., .,,4 -V

Durine the first half of this

game both teams exchanged leads
but the Chicks finally holding a

38-31 period-ending leaa. Then

came tne second naif the excite excitement
ment excitement mounted on every playi

wun one minute and 10 seconds

to play Panama took a. slim one one-point
point one-point lead on Julio Andrade's field

goal this being one of Andrade s
many long shots, that thrilled the
overflowed crowd. The same An Andrade
drade Andrade was later awarded two free

throws, and ssnk only one to run
the score to 7048 in Psnama's fa favor
vor favor with seconds left to pisy.

In the tussle to hold possession

of the bsll Joaquin Yao of Pana

ma fouled Alfonso Frszer hist be

fore the final bell sounded. Fra-

xer apparently was hurt as be lay
on the court and then limped to
his bench before trying for his
two foul shot, With defeat staring
his team in the fata, Fraser bad
to sink both shots or lose by one

point, calmly and coolly like the

veteran that be is, he sank one
then the other to tie the same and

send u into over time, in the five five-mlnute
mlnute five-mlnute overtime play he again
sparked his club towards victory

that was finally iced when Ivan-

ooe JUd'heraon banded off a pass
to Dario De Leon who made a field

loaf for Gallito's 82nd ooint. Just

prior to this Gallito had to come

from behind a one-point deficit.

Balboa Beer 82; Chesterfield 21

Again In a contention for a

championship, Balboa Beer prov

ed equsl to the tssk this time ss
they dethroned the defending

chsmpions from Colon to the over

whelming score of 82 to 61.

3:25 B. Pilfer. B. Fish. J.

Huldtoulsf i

8:35 R. Tortorlci, Mr. Schill

ing, D .LaCrolx

8:45-J. Stirewalt, I, Weber. P,

- Montayno i

8;65-B. Hennon, M. Sewell, C.

. rernsworth.

Don't forget that anf of you

wno did not sign with your
representative will be placed

with a group to play.

Mantle's 48th homer, hit c

ex-teammate Tom Gorman as
the Yankees beat the Athle
tics, 8 to 2, at Kansas City
yesterday, was Mickey's first
circuit clout this month.
It still left him four gam T
behind Roth's record pace
Since it marked the Yankees'
14th game and the Babe hi
St i homers at a cowespontl cowespontl-inr
inr cowespontl-inr time during his recorl
1927 season.

0:0

WW

hiv you he, i
V'" them?
gio:c-;

GODOY
TRIO

piano bass and drum
to entertain the late crowd
every Friday and Saturday
mldnite to 4:30 k.m. in the
air-conditioned Balboa Bar!

Balboa's consistent trio Rom Rom-bo
bo Rom-bo Peres. Pereza White, and Fran

kie Holness got help from anoth another
er another teammate Bob Frederick
snd scored enough points to beat

Chesterfield. Peres score 16,

White 25, Holness 10 and Freder-i

(Nightcap on-the-house at 4:30 a.m.)
Oeorge also plays the piano
10 P.m. 2 a.m. 8un.. Tues.. Wed. Tburs.

HE

1

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i
- t

LoSffe

op Action ; j

QUESTION: A runner is ell sec

end base with two out and two
strikes on the batter, A pitch dips

as it reaches the plate. The batter; ick 12.

swings and misses. The catcher Both teams played good ball

blocks tne pitcn ana tne dsu rous during the season and deserved
out in front of the plate. The catch- championship honors but in last
er throws the batter out st first' night's contest, Chesterfield play-

base the jmso on second moving, ed Us worst game tn many a

to tniru. ine omciai score cnarg

ed the pitcher with an error

Why? w, J. Wedman.
Answer: Scoring rules call
for an errorfiet a wild pitch pitch-to
to pitch-to bo charged when a rvnnor
advances without being forced
to do so by the reason of the bat bat-far
far bat-far becoming a basarumter. v

with TEXACO iCTIf gdiolino-.

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' can count on thit: itH be packed with action...
r It's specially blended for climate and altitude
; wherever you fill 'er np. What's more, it sails at
.. the rtgular gasoline price. Stop in soon.

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year. Not to detract from the well

earned and deserved Balboa victo

ry, experts of the same sre of the

opinion .that the younger element
of the Chesterfield squad lacked
the necessary experience to cope

with the new chsmpions.

Hsu to the new champion with!

a hope for an enduring tenure
from this writer.

You arc welcome at
your TEXACO Dealer

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lo US Note On Disarmament

WASHINGTON, Sept 14 tUP) tUP)-President
President tUP)-President Eisenhower today stu studied
died studied new proposals from Soviet
Premier Nikolai Bulgamn on Ger Germany,
many, Germany, disarmament and other
kcv East-West cold war issues.
; The State Department relayed a
report on a hasty translation to the
President at his Gettysburg Pa
farm late yesterday.' The depart department
ment department expected to nave completed
a final translation by this morn
""The letteri was reply to the
IVcsident's letter to Bulganin Aug.
4 calling on him to help create a
"new spirit" in East-West rela rela-i
i rela-i ministration r officials were
s kouLical -that the nroDOSals in a
n w letter from Bulganin to Pres-ii'-nt
Eisenhower would clear the
-uiiy to progress ot. any major old
ar settlement. The U.S. attitude
w,s not to reject the proposals out
ch hand until they bad .been care
i y checked for any possible ray
American sources said on the
basis of a quick look at the letter
t it "covered the waterfront-
including Germany and disarma
ment." White House Press Secre Secretary
tary Secretary James C. Hagerty said it def definitely
initely definitely was not about the Suez cri crisis,
sis, crisis, ip'-.i'1 Vr:'l;:,faV.''X:.
? The Bulganin message was de-(
1' ,cjed to secretary ot aiaie jonn
i pr Dulles bv Soviet Ambassa-
CA- Georgi N. Zaroubin for. relay
to Mr. Eisenhower who now is at
h s.Gettysburg, Pa. farm and wllli
i i to tne capital umiuuuw
As Zaroubin left the department
Vie was. pressed by. eporters as
to vliother the note concerned the
fc'icz C'i.aal dispute in which Rus Rus-f,,m
f,,m Rus-f,,m has sided with Egypt.
"No, It i the answer of Mr.
Fulganm to the President of tha
United StU letter of Aug. 4,"
the Ruttian diplomat replied.
There had been speculation Mr.
Eisenhower might receive a note
one the Suez in yiew of Paris re reports
ports reports that Bulganin had sent
French Premier Guy -.- Mollet a
message on the dispute. The note
to Mollet was described as "mod "moderate
erate "moderate and friendly." i
Zaroubin' appointment with
Dulles came at a surprise. His
name was not on the secretary's
calling list end the department
did not announce hit appoint
mtn until thortly before It was
be d. at 5 p.m. EOT; -The
State Department first re refused'
fused' refused' to discuss the letter but lat later
er later confirmed that it was "a reply
in ihe Presidents letter of Aug. 4
on disarmament." The d e p a r t-
lii put declined further comment.
including when and where the
message might be made puniic.
Under normal procedure, the
department would bogin trans translating
lating translating the message Inmediattly
for relay to the chief executive
t Gettysburg. There1 was a
chance ft would be released here
toon after Mr. Eisenhower hat
seen it. : : ,'
- In his Aug. 4 letter, the Presi
dent criticized the Russians for
failing to live up to agreements
on! Germany and other, problems
reached at the Big Four summit
conference at Geneva last year.
He told Bulganin: .-.
"I must confess that I am per
plexed as to how we can work to-
ceuier constructively if agree-
ments which are negotiated at the
highest level after the most thor
ough exploration do not seem de-
pendable." '
WILL

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PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1956

IKE ADMIRES MAMIE'S DRESS President Eisenhower holds Mamie's print dness as he
and Vice President and Mrs. Nixon admire it at Gettysburg, Pa. Three tents were pitched on
the President's farm as more than 500 GOP leaders gathered there to hear the Chief Execu Executive
tive Executive kick off his re-election campaign. l''i:;0t';..:s.:..K.,;::r;.,i,...

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'An Inspector Calls'
At The Theatre Guild

0
By AMY McCORMACK
To review, or not to review "i
that is the question at the ques
Uon. Whether or not at the pres
ent time-it is far better to remain
quitt until the critics and defend
ers of the last play stop pushing
the Suez question out of the lime-.
ugnu tnougn lor sucn levuy.
r'irst, I must state that I havent
seen plays all over the world as
a former critic has: I merely know
if olavers are convincing, w e 1 1
cast, know their lines and seem at
ease, so l shau louow mai p a i i-tern
tern i-tern of thought in Uiis humble cri
ticism.' ft-" Vvi--i ,:Zt 1
I don't think that any member
of the audience, wno paid his doi
lar for this show and which gives
him the right to argue, would ay
that the Droduclion wasu t a poi
ished one. For h Theatre -Guild
nearly always gives you, your mou
ey s worth. It is that md ot'an
As to the -casting, they do the
best they can. It u easy to criti criticize
cize criticize and say ; tljat the Inspector
and the-father should have been
cast with older men, but try and
get people the exact age to come
out for try-outs. Tne same person.
who often has the fight answer
and suggestions, would no more
work all day in an office and
learn all of those lines and attend
rehearsals. So let's say that in
spile of their lack of yean
did excellent jobs.
they
BE

country is safe Abraham TAneoln.

I happened to like John Mayles,
who played the arrogant father,
better- in "The Rope,", but I dare daresay
say daresay that Mr. Mayles liked him himself
self himself better in the nther play. We
can't always have parts in which
we can lose ourselves and as a
pompous and smug individual in
the play, he succeeded in making
me thoroughly dislike nun.
1 A. J. Carothen, who playe'd
"the intpector (if there actually
was an Inspector) looked quite
'different from the pleasant an
nounctr whom we hear on the
TV program, Panorama.' Ho had
to eary the show and he did it
- quite well. My head still achet
from thinking about how many
linet ho had to Uam.
At first, I thought X t h a t he
would be a robust, burly oolice i
officer, but when I realized that
in a subtle and sensitive manner,,
he was revealing the-.consciences
of the members of a so-called re
spectable family, I was satisfied.
- I would have been auite riissiln
sioned had Ron Harper dissaDoint-
e me. i nave been his fan since
"Detective Story.'i But he didn't
I daresay that he never disap-'
points an audience with a per-i
formance.
Davi Kane did very well in Va Vacillating
cillating Vacillating between a young man.
who enjoys a well ordered life
but who shows moments 'of hones
ty and compassion. n
Nancy Acly is a definite asset
to the Guild. There were times,
however, that I couldn't hear her.
But, then, I was way back on the
front row. Talk a little louder to
night, Nancy. -You're good.
Somehow, Lynn Walker convinc
ed me that she was an older wom
an even though I understand
that she isn't quite 20. The luthor
of the play, however, didn't con
vince me that such a cold-blooded
woman, aided by an equally cold
blooded husband could produce
children who wanted to be honest
As to Miss Gay, who played the
maid, I want to add that a ner.
son who attends all of the neces
sary rehearsals and performances,
and is required to say only a
few words, shows good sportman sportman-ship
ship sportman-ship and a willingness to help.
"This review is not meant to be
all "sweetness -and light." For one
tiling if that were true, it wouldn't
be a true reveiw. Neither would
tne xneatre uuiw approve.
; The members generally
speaking, know that when play players
ers players are too tensltlve to accept
anything but flattery, then the
organization does not mature
and earn the respect el the com community.
munity. community. Thoy only ask for fair.
- nets and a pat en the head when
performance merits )L

FIVE CENTS

Reply
' WASHINGTON, Sept.-14 (UP)-
Assistant Defense Secretary' Car
ter L. Burgess yesterday- lashed!
out at Democratic- presidential
candidate Adlai E Stevenson for
his v"rash" suggestion that the
draft could be ended soon.
Burgess' criticism was one of
a series of attacks levelled a-
gainst Stevenson and the. Demo
crats by administration ; officials
and GOP congressional', leaders.
Burgess spoke before the' Military
Order of the WorldWars. :
t Stevenson recently told the A A-morican
morican A-morican Legion convention that
the draft should be ended "at
the earliei moment consittont
with national safety." President
Eisenhower told his newt con conference
ference conference Tuesday he I a w no
chance of ending it "in the im immediate
mediate immediate futore." Vr'v .".,',
Burgess. who did not mention
Stevenson; by.: name, said that
"This is no tune for holding forth
rash and comforting promises in
the guise of statesmanship. ",, -He
said defense measures taken
by the United States ; are' the
"greatest, single assurance
against aggression. Therefore, he
saia, was would believe mat this
is the, time "'to hold .out the
thought of a possible reduced need
for young Americ a's patriotic
service" - r I C
Sen. John Marshal Buther, who
is seeking re-election in Mary
land, replied to Stevenson's recent
cnarge that Mr. tisennower is a
4'false front" for th Republican
"lse tp
9"X: J
,
there ever was falte
" he said in a statement.
"it it the new Stevenson that't
changed hit 1952 character to
front for the machine politicant,
some labor bosses, and the radi.
cal ADA."
Sen. Andrews F. Schoeppel
(R Kans.), chairman of the Re Republican
publican Republican Senatorial v Campaign
Committee, said ir another state
ment that the Democrats spent
"close to $200,000" for Stevenson's
radio-television speech speech, to-.
"It is interesting the Democrats
can spend such money when uera
ocratic Chairman Paul Butler tes
tified before a Senate committee
this week that the Democrats cur
rently had only $13,345 left in their
kitty," he said.
Minor Surgery
Beds Terry Moore
For Several Days
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. .14 (UP)
Actress, Terry Moore disclosed
she had undergone minor cor corrective
rective corrective surgery at St. Vincent's
Hospital but would be released
In a few days. '"
Miss Moore, who married Pan Panama
ama Panama insurance broker Eugene
McGrsth on last New Year's
Day, sad she hoped to be en entirely
tirely entirely recovered from the sur surgery
gery surgery when her husband returns
here. He is on a business trip
la the Caribbean are. -:

HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 14
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson left
little room for doubt today that

he will set up Vice President
Richard M. Nixon as main tar target
get target of his Democratic Presi Presidential
dential Presidential campaign.
Stevenson sought in hit
campaign kickoff speech last
night to paint President El Elsenhower
senhower Elsenhower as a "part -time"
president who no longer Is,
'master in his own house."
Republican leaders, he said,
will look to Nixon as their
"heir apparent.",
And today Stevenson's run running
ning running mate, sen. Estes Kefauver,
followed up with a blast at
Nixon for "playing fast and
loose with the facts" and 'dis 'distorting
torting 'distorting the truth" about unem unemployment
ployment unemployment Stevenson' and Kefauver were
scheduled to leave by plane at
mid-morning for Washington,
D.C., where their paths sepa separate.
rate. separate. Stevenson will remain in
the capital about a week, while
Kefauver stumps Florida.
Stevenson delivered his speech
last night before a crowd of
3,500 who had paid $50 a plate
for a cold buffet supper earlier.
Bis remarks were carried over
all radio and television net networks,
works, networks, at a cost of -more than
$200,000 to the Democrats.
Stevenson charged that
"partly by choice, partly by
necessity," Mr. Eisenhower has
turned government powers fe fever
ver fever to men who represent
business, mostly big business,"
Everyone shares in sympathy
for the circumstances which
have created a part-time, presi presidency,"
dency," presidency," Stevenson said.
"But we cannot understand
and we will hot accept turn
ing the government over to
men who work full-time for the
wrong people oh a limited group
oi peopte," he said..
Ictlic Is F!Cd
" MIAMI, Sept. 14 (UP) Sen.
Eates Kefauver, Democratic
vice presidential candidate, in invades
vades invades Florida Republican strong
holds today with words of en
couragement from an old
homestate political enemy.
Tennessee Gov. Frank Cle Clement
ment Clement told a" party rally here
last night that "I'm going to
help Kefauver be the next vice
president of the United States,"
even tnough be tried to get
Clement defeated for: governor
in mt -;;:;;. v,
"That's the Democratic way,"
Clement said. '"I shudder when
I think of the taught that Dick
Nixon might become president
of the United States."
Te the disappointment of
party leaders, only some 1,200
turned out last night for a
chicken box lunch at $10 per
person to hear Clement, the
Democratic convention key keynoter,
noter, keynoter, last night. ' (
Those empty chairs will e e-Iect
Iect e-Iect the next president," Cle Clement
ment Clement said. "Either you get the
Democrats to fill those chairs
or the Iteoublicans will."
The young governor said the
record of the current adminis administration
tration administration shows that the Republi Republicans
cans Republicans "pledge and hedge" to all
the neople of the country ex
cept big business.
President Eisenhower could
not be divorced from vice pres president
ident president Nixon nor the record : of
his party, he said.
"You do not elect a man, you
elect a-party," Clement said,
"Make up your mind what par party
ty party you want in the White
house.
Democratic Trio
Attacked By Hall
: PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14
(UP)-rRepumican National
Chairman Leonard W. Hall to
day accused former President
Truman. Adlai Stevenson and
Sen. li'stes Kefauver of, "sham
and hypocrisy."
Hall said he Is "confident the
voters will contrast the bunkum
being poured out by the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats with the constructive and
sincere and dignified state statements
ments statements of our candidates."
" In a speech prepared for the
Union League Club here, the
GOP chairman' Yi Stevenson
"has now assuu:sl personal
leadership of th s ..Democrat
smear-Nixon campaign."
"I am confident the American
peopl will become disgusted
vlth the sham and hypocrisy of
the Democrat team of Adlai,
Kecf and Harry," Hall said.

TELL OF FATHER'S SLAYING w Brothers' Thomas Parker,
Jr., (left) 10, .and Richard, 7, who police say admitted the
fatal shooting of his sleeping father, eat Ice cream and cake
in Norwalk,, Calif. Richard, Thomas and another brother.
Buobby;Acon?p,red 40 klu aelf father. for punishing them
sheriff's deputies reported. ...

GOYteM
ars
CHATTANOOGA; Tenn., Sept.
14 (UP) A Fedejral Reserve
mail pouch containing $44,000 In
si puis nas yamsned irom a
train speeding through the Blue
Ridge Mountains, it .was dis disclosed
closed disclosed today. .,'
A costal insnector said that.
for the moment, the case was
not being called either "a loss
or a depredation."
The Treasury Department
said in Washington that the
mail ba if was one of 22 dis dispatched
patched dispatched Iat weekend from the
office of the treasurer of the
United States to the Memphis
branch of the St Louis Federal
Reserve Bank. The total a a-mount
mount a-mount of the shipment was not
d'sclosed." ; '
The shortage was' not' discov
ered until federal agents found
only 21 bags when the train
reached. Missing blllsrun from C
62184001-1 to C 62228000-L. Fed Federal
eral Federal Reserve banks notified all
tneir members to be on the
watctrfor themA ... :.l
E. E.- Harding, postal insnec
tor at Chattanooga who- is
handling the Investigation, said
ne is worKincr on tne assumption
that the money could ,have dis disappeared
appeared disappeared anywhere between
Washington and Memphis. How However,
ever, However, his territory covers only
the area southward from Bris Bristol,
tol, Bristol, Tenn.-Va. to Memphis.
Tne direct rail route from

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During

Ike Master Of White House?
Adlqir No'; Hagerty, 'Yes

GETTYSBURG, Pa, Sept. .1 14
(UP) White House Press
Secretary James C. Hagerty to today
day today branded "ridiculous" Adlai
E. Stevenson's charge that Pres President
ident President Eisenhower no longer is
"master in his own house."
Stevenson fired the accusa accusation
tion accusation last night to a speech fori,
mally kicking off his campaign
for the presidency. He told
cheering Democrats in Harris Harris-burg,
burg, Harris-burg, pa., that Mr. Eisenhower
no longer is master of his party
because Republicans now look to
vice president Richard M. Nixon
as the "heir apparent."
Hagerty said the President
watched Stevenson's speech on
television "for a few m'nutes
but had "nothing to say" a a-bout
bout a-bout it. But on the claim Mr.
Eisenhower no longer Is mas master,
ter, master, Hagerty said his own
opinion is "I think it is ridicu ridiculous."
lous." ridiculous." ;'
Hagerty offered the terse com comment
ment comment as he announced new- de details
tails details regarding the president's
September 'campaign plans.
Hagerty said the chief executive
on next Tuesday will go to the
Washington National Airport
and speak at a send-off break breakfast
fast breakfast for Nixon who will embark
shortly thereafter on a 32-state
campaign tour.
On the following; day, Sept. 19,
Mr. Elsenhower will deliver his
first major, nationwide cam campaign
paign campaign speech, speaking from
the studios of the Columbia
Broadcasting System in Wash Washington
ington Washington at 9:30 p.m. His speech
will be carried nationally over
CBS TV and radio.
The White House today also
said that Mr. Eisenhower wlu
deliver a major farm speech at
Peoria,. Ill, on Tuesday, Sept.

Washington to Chattanooga Is

wo ovuuicrq- ana MOriOlK
and Western railroad Tha
winds through rugged bills of
me juwer Appaiacnian range
for much of the way. -
Harding said he would not
care to classify, the case of the
misslnr- monev a.i either w.
or the result of a crime "for rear
or jeopardizing the investiwa
tion.",
"I would not want to be pin-
ncu uown expressly as to where
the money was lost or to wheth whether
er whether or not it is lust a lnx.
ing added. '
H aairt that, ihm hlnn..n
came to rhattannmrs nn .41
a. LlLaii
ar as registered mail without
umiiging- irams.. Then it was
changed to another train for
juempnis, also a mountainous
route for part of the way..
Clerks take extra precautions
with such man, the, inspector
said, although normally no ex extra
tra extra guards are assigned.
'. Such shipments are trans transferred
ferred transferred hand to hand wherever
changes are made, he said, and
are checked at each change changeover.
over. changeover. About the only tme the
mail cars are opened oh a trip
is when clerks deposit or col collect
lect collect mall at stations.
. Harding said he would probai
bly retrace the route of the
shiDment and talk fa n
ble persons who handled it.
25, speaking from the field House
or Bradley University at 9:30
p.m. -. .
The Chief Executive has a
previously announced date at
the National Plowing Contest
in Newton, Ia on Sept ; 81.
This will not involve a nation nationwide
wide nationwide televis on speech, but wBl
be what the president has de described
scribed described previously ag a "visit"
with the people of the midwest
farming community.
This morning the ; President
got in nine holes of golf at the
Gettysburg Country Club before
flying back tc Washington.
He also appointed famed air airman
man airman James il Doolittle as a
member of the advisory board ef
the National Air Museum, suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding William B. Stout who
resigned recently.; ,. ;
Hagerty said that when the
President visits Peoria, because
of the hour of the speech, he
probably will remain there over overnight
night overnight '-.;-- -.;:;!- ,:.,'
Prior to the talk at the
Bradley University field house,
Mr. Eisenhower probably will
have dinner in the town of
Peoria with Governor Wiiiiam
G. Stratton, Sen. Everett M.
Dirksen (R-Iil.V, and members
ef the GOP ticket in IU nois.
Hagerty said the Sept 21 trip
to Newton probably will be a
one-day affair, the president ar arriving
riving arriving In the late morning by
plane from Washington and
taking off again shortly after
his speech. Mr.- Eisenhower
probably will have to land at
Des .Moineg and then motor to
-the plowing contest at Newton.

NEW YORK. Snf, 1 fTTPl"

Attornev Herman A Rnv ihn
rushed here from Faris believ-
mg nis daugnter r a been hurl
In an auto arcidenL ltimM
yesterday by reading a news--paper
that she had died of
poison in a hotel room tryst.
Grav. who had hep
week European vacation,1 said
his law nartner Mir r.vn,,.
man, telephoned him yesterday
m rans inai nis daughter, Avis,
25. had hein In n
B WU
automobile accident"- .
uunng a one-hour layover
f his plane In Boston thli
morning, Gray said he bought
a newspaper and discovered
she had died yesterday, ap apparently
parently apparently from drinkinr cy cyanide
anide cyanide mixed 1 with water, in ;
a hotel room she shared with
former Israeli underground
fighter Hugo Seinfeld, 34.
Seinfeld, who rlalmsrl tha
Miss Gray swallowed the poison"
ne naa mixed ior himself aft-'
er he tried vainly to Induce her
to marry him, is held as a ma material
terial material witness in bond nf
000. ., '.
Police' said Seinfeld
hi story that the beautiful
school teacher, swallowed t.h
poison after he lost his nerve
and Yielded to her nlrit tn rn
for a walk."
Grav. a Nev VnrV TTnti-oit
IHW Drofexsor nld thof k k.j
-, v.. v uau
known-, Seinfeld "wanted tn
marry my daughter, but I also
knew that she decided on her
own about six weeks ago- that
she was not going to marry
him." .-r ., '.,...
Tht virtlm'x mnthap Ttv c.r
, ja m
Gray, said "There 1 nn
bility that Avis committed sui-
ShS Said hP dans-Mai. i,A
refused to marry Seinfeld be-
iiue xi- naa a divorced wif
and. three children llvinir n ti
Aviv, Ifrael. 7(
And No Strike?
- MEXICO CITY, Sept I
'b". Tb "neoncern with
which local bus driver accept
tickets for .fraffic violations
was explained teday by the
newspaper Grafico which re reported
ported reported that all drivers contri contribute
bute contribute 18 rro's a day Into a
special fund for pa; hi? off
funes.
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