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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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PANAMA, K. F, MONDAY,' SEPTEMBER 17, 1936

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CZ SALK SHOTS
tlOW AVAILABLE
FOR OLDER KIDS

Father Of Rodman's Finalist
In Mrs. US Navy Contest Dies

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The age limit for eligibles for

ponomyeuus inocuiauuua
j An am ri Ant .hiUrpn of U.S. GOV-

. ernmcnt agency employes residing

- outside the tanai one na
ihcreased to 14 years, it ws i an announced
nounced announced today at the Xanal Zone
, Health Bureau.. The age limit of
lix months through six yean had
-been in effect until the change.
The new age limits of six months
through 14 years conform with
those in the Salk vaccination pro pro-in
in pro-in h Rpnnhlie of Panama.

; The' polio immunization program

is conducted at tne uuipaueni v
nics of Gorgas and Coco Solo Ho
pitals and the various Health Bu
' ..... Vint kA atatinna rinrinff reB

ular office hour for dependents of
employes of the Canal orgamza-

, Dependents of Army and : A Ir
Tnr.a lurinnlifl ml? ohtaui Salk

- vaccine, inoculations at their re-

nliu riicnensarie at 1 n.m. On

Thursday -afternoons.- Navy offi officials
cials officials have stated that the sched sched-'
' sched-' ule of inoculations for its person personal
al personal will ha announced at NaW' in-

stHUttions when scheduled have

b.n arranged.- ; t
The immunization of the' large
group Of dependents of U. S. Gov Government
ernment Government agency personnel w a s
made possible recently when addi additional
tional additional Salk vaccine was made, a a-vailable.
vailable. a-vailable. .The response t from the
new group was slow at first, But
health offieials said today the num number
ber number of children being immuniied
increased materially since the ini-t'-"'
stairs. . ,

NEW YORK, Sept 17-(UP)
Whea the final Judginp; took
place Saturday night at Long
Beach, California, In a contest

to select Mrs. uj. wavy ai

one of the gayest na
most charminir finalists was

Mrs. isabelle Senkler, a native

of the Bronx who now maxes
vir hnm in the Panama Canal

Zone CNaval Station, Rodman).

What Mrs. 1 senxier man
know was that her father, Dan Dan-ii
ii Dan-ii r. pndriMv a ti-vear-old en

gineer, of -the Bronx, had died

the flay oeiore. une 01 nis lasi lasi-nrih.
nrih. lasi-nrih. barf heen that his tiretty

daughter noBj be told that he

was erruc&uy m.

vstjrdav TTtorninQ? Mrs. sen-

kier was dressing her six chil children
dren children before breakfast when the

3 Pbsure Fli:rs

Grc:r.i:d Fcr 12;hi

hPcrhs Isknds

An overdue light private aircraft
set in motion the Caribbean Com Command
mand Command rescue team .early t h s

, Col. Edwin O. Earl, .Signal Offi Officer
cer Officer for USARCAKIB 4 and 1st Lt,
wiiiism M Signal Corps pi

lot assigned to the T461st Signal
Co. at Fort Clayton and lira. Lax
departed Paitilla Airport in Earl's
private aircraft yesterday morn morn-v
v morn-v r a t 1 ' t rrui n.

telephone rang. Her husband,
chief atorekeeDer Charles -L.

GnfrlAf tArtlr ihm muu end

then broke the tragic news to

nis wiie.

Naw officials learned of Mr.

Poddin'a death a few minutes

later and quickly went into ac

tion. M. cmar. ueorge eeca ueiu
n n the deoarture of a New York-

bound Navy plane carrying writ

ers and pnotograpnera who jiau
attended the contest.

.Tnen an order went wn ior
20 sailors to help the Senkiera
pack their luggage and get
their six children ready for a
hunted trip back to New York.
Tn li than turn hnnri the

eight Senkiers, plus 18 pieces of
luggage, were at Los Alamitos
Naval ,AJr SUtlon ready to

board the plane. ; The regular
passengers eagerly gve up their
seats to the added starters and
the plan took off at 11 am
. 1. . .ut.

i wnen ine piane arnvea u
mnrnins at lrinvd Rennefct Field

in Brooklyn, the Navy provided

sleeping accommoaauuiu iur

the Senkiers ana saia wiey
would see that the family got

ud to the Bronx .. uiter in ine

day..-.' ' :!
Funeral services for Mr. Rod Rod-din
din Rod-din will take place tomorrow
morning alt fit Helena's church,

tne Bronx.

Norfolk Navy Wife"

7ir- Mrs'.'US Ncvy

PANAMA QICS
EGYPT'S PLAN '.
FOR MEETING
The Panama e-overnment to

day gave Its approval to an

Egyptian plan lor tne formation
nf "a. necntlatlnir hodv' renre-

seoting the different points of

view on tne use oi tne sues ua-

Tn a. note disnatched this

; morning, Ithe. Panama govern

ment said It was also in agree agreement
ment agreement with the Idea of lmmedi

ate talks to decide on tne maxe-

up; place and date for a meeting

of the group. ;
The Panama note was Ul tn-

swef to an Egyptian request for

an opinion wnicn was receiveu
through the Panamanian Em Embassy
bassy Embassy to Washington. t
'Panama said peaceful means
should be used without delay to
solve the following questions:'
i.Freedom and security of
navigation through, the Suex
Canal. 4 ''r
2. Widening and develop development
ment development of the Suez Canal to meet
f..tiii- nsvlcrnHnnsl needs

Establishment of lust and

proportionate tolls and freight

rates.

The Panama note also rear-
tho Kniint.rv'a faith in the

A.J. ... M waav '-
principle of solving Internation

al proDiems oy peaceiui nicu.
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Transiting the Canal south southbound
bound southbound today Is HMNZS Endeav Endeavour,
our, Endeavour, a specially fitted vessel of
the t British' Antarctic fleet,
i Twelve sled dogjs and. 27 men are
aboard. ; t ,' ;
The New Zealand Navy vessel
Is bound for Tahiti en route to
New Zealand where she is to
Join a convoy of ships going' to
the Antarctic for studies in con-
nection with the international
:. Geophysical Year.
su wrtmnnrt Hillarv. whose

. evneriitlon was the first to

climb Mt. Everest, will Join the

Th 184-ft. Endeavour is a ior-

nrituh minelavpr which

(11V1 V
" hag been specially reinforced for
Antarctic service. In appearance,
ihe resembles a large Navy tug.
-The master of the Endeavour
is an Antarctic veteran, Capt. H.
virliwood O.B.E. .' D.S.C. nd

' bar of the Royal Navy.

There are five other officers
and at teamen aboard.

The Endeavour arnvea in
Cristobal Saturday from Lon London
don London via Kingston,
Crewmen and officers had
ihore leave on the Atlantic side,
! but the vessel Is not expected to
stop In Balboa.
Andrews and Company are
agents. ,- .'
'La Hora Editor
Named New R.P.
Envoy To Austria

i ne: presiaeni. 01 vie
Newsmen's Union, Jorge A. Ra-
mlrez, Jiook over last weekend
as editor of the local Spanish Spanish-language
language Spanish-language tabloid daily La Hora.
Ramirez, who has been eity
editor of the same newspaper for
' the last few years, succeeds Ju-
Ho E. Bribefto. who has been
aDDointed bv the Panama gov

ernment as ambassador to Aus Aus-tria.
tria. Aus-tria. Brlcefio and hit wife, Tnxie,
are scheduled to leave Panama
tomorrow.

aiitiiioon, engine trouble kept tin tin-group
group tin-group from returning -last tight.
Furl and I it worked on the en

gine until after midnight without

success..--.v v.

Due to a weak, battery and at-
mncnhric ennriitinnti it wkx im

possible last night to make a radio

contact from the islands. i
However, early this morning the
nlane was ihle tn flv and as soon

as the group was off the ground

&an maae raaio contact, iney

landed at Paitilla at 1:20 a.m.

The Caribbean Air Command s
Rescue Coordination Center at Al-
hrnnk Air Fnrc Ra : hnwvpe

rciviii tha FAnnrt laf niuhf lit

the overdue aircraft. A reieue

team consisting of nine Army
i 1!- I 1 -L i.J

ana lur rorc? aircraii iianeu
searching the area this moraine at

daylight., -:.-- r. ,: -, :,

Besides two H-1S helicopters as-
i0niw1 tn th S7AOth Air a a

Group at Albrook, other planes
participating in this morning's o-

peration were two u-a ana 1 u-

Company (Aviation)' Ft. K 0 b b e

and two L-ias, one L-20, one H-13
hplicntntftr 4mm ihm imaiK Armv

Aviation Detachment at Fort Kob-

oe. i
. Mai Don U. Cenrcre rnmmand

ing Officer of the 937th was "on-

uie-icene" commander for the o-

perauon.
CZ Police Chief ;
Returns From US

After Vacation
: Sua! W W rirlffUh- Cltlr

the Canal' Zone Police Division,

rc tunica oy air mis morning
after a vacation tn the States.
Capt. : B. A. Darden, police
Commander of the Balboa Dis District,
trict, District, who has been Acting-chief

wwaa vWV 4 HU.T'r
leaving shortly on. vacation

1 CG I ZACll, CaUf., Sept. 17
(t Mrs. Beverly Thornburg
'-Ilia 51 nf Nnrfnlk. V.. mother

of two children, was named Mrs.

u.s Navy here eaturaay nignt
TTai hiiKhanH Is Alfred Ellis, a

second class petty officer. v

, Mrs. Eius is a wue-eyea Diona
and will receive a new car, vari various
ous various household- and other gifts

ana a tour oi navy jnsiauauuns.

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THE LONG WAY .AROUND Newstnap Indicates the com comparative
parative comparative shipping mileage from England to Bombay and Sin--,
gapore via the Suez Canal. Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said the United States would detour its shipping., a a-round
round a-round Africa, regardless of the extra cost, If Egypt blocks
passage of ships .through the canal :

1

US; Britain Plan

Move As Traffic

Slows In Caiial

LONDON. Sent. 17 (UP) Th. WA Xfct..

Britain will ask the 18-narion lecon Wr mnf..

Wednesday to agree to an immediate "test trip" into th
Suez Canar os a direct challenge to Egypt, Informed

sources saia roaay,
Britain wants the test to be a full convoy piloted by
Westerners. The. United States believes a single shio
......I J L . ft a al. . aT ..

wuuia oe surricienr, tne sources said.

But.the two main sponsors of the "Canal Users As Association'
sociation' Association' according to the informants! are agreed that
al I. 1 1 1 til t

rne cnaijenge snouid De made quickly betore accidents or
pilot fatigue choke off traffic in the Canal. W

me first major slowdown of shipping since Western
pilots .resigned Friday was reported in the Canal today.
The report lent urgency to the Wednesday conference
called in London to study the Western plan for a Suei

finrrdinir 35 mnh 4n'a 25-mile

zone netted a $10 fine In Balboa
Magistrate's Court today for Er Ernesto
nesto Ernesto Justlniano Vergara, a Pan

amanian. .. .. .j

. Driving w 1 1 n o n t eyeglasses
when his license required that
ho wear them resulted In a M

fine for Leonor Antonio Gonza

lez, 59, Panamanian.
Jose Maria Cerrud, 46, Pana, Pana,-monlan
monlan Pana,-monlan wa flnart 45 for nner-

ating a truck which did not have

rtrnnr ti;firnlnflr flPVlrpA.

Mn nnprttnr's lirpns. WHS the

cause -of a fine of $10 for Jose

Pablo Paredes. 55, Panamanian

Francisco samuaio, 30 rana rana-manian,
manian, rana-manian, was fined $25 for loit

ering.

Wiiiord Mevm jonnson, zs,
Panamanian, was fined $10-for

having no vana operator s li

cense.

Brotherly Mistake

TV.. -Panama Canal liarbor tug

rri4na n-hirh toft Balboa har-

bor at 1 a.m. Saturday morning to

assist the U. S. nag tuna usmng
boat Picaroto, is exacted to make
contact with the disabled vessel

late this afternoon. .

rnlA TMliestrd assist

nm Fridav when a broken shaft

tpft her driflinB helnlessly 5 5 0

miiaa nut nf Rulhna. between the

Galapagos Islands and the coast of

Ecuador. :

. TV. Carilanaa nnrmalW used for

v ----1 : jj

narDor wora m nismuai, w in inverted
verted inverted from its regular duties be

cause the sea-going tug iaoog, u u-sually
sually u-sually sent out on these Jobs, is m
the Industrial Division drydock for
a periodic overhaul,
Panama Agencies,, agents 10 r
the Picaroto, report that the ves vessel
sel vessel carries a crew of 13, has a
small load of tuna aboard and is

not in danger. She is a 127 tool

tuna fisherman owned by Manuei
Rosa of San Diego.

It Is expected that the trip back
to Balboa with the Picaroto in tow
will take the Cardenas approxi approximately
mately approximately five day. The fishing boat

will ,be repaired in Balboa and re
turn to San Diego.

PILOTS QUIT Non-Egyptian pilots employed by the old Suez,
Canal Co. line up at the passport office In Port Said to re receive
ceive receive exit visas before leaving Egypt. Approximately 75 per.
cent of the old pilots quit their jobs in spite of Egyptian
threats to view as "sabotage" any large-scale resignations.

US ; Prepared To : Finance. Exports
Of Oil To W. Europe, Dulles Says

ANTIBES, France, Sept. ; 17 ;
mvTwa Enirlish brothers ar

rested yesterday on charges of
trying to hold, up a Juan-les-Pins

. 1 D1DK 10 liuaiitv iiicii ui.ren ..v.-
Is.tion today expressed surprise at

aving snoruy on. vacation. being caught.
T f. a D Troll vrhri ka Unn 1 t.tA Tm anrl Tranile

awvt v a a. miu iiaa ucvu llllvV UUUiru inv:a ainu i iauvw
ak tM.U. a a. . aanr i.1 Li

acuxik ui&bncir Vummanaer at HoDns is saying we uiouxm yuu
Balboa, will continue in that aj could ft away with anything in,
slgnment s J France." 1 1

Mrs. Martin Dies
In Coco Solito

Home Of Daughter

Mrs.. Josephine Mary Martin 70,
. ... i i l i. t:..

a Kniixn aunieci wno icirmeriy uv-

ed in Jamaica, died Friday night

in Coco solito at tne nome ox ner
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Claudio Soriano. ; v

Police assisted Mrs. Soriano In
latlnff Mr Martin in C.nen Solo

Hospital, where she was pro-

nonncea oeaa on arrival.
Prnhahla rana nf rfpafn Was

listed tentatively as arterioschlo-

rosis, prooaoty compucatea oy
stroke or heart attack.

An autopsy has been ordered.

WASHINGTON, Sept 17 (UP H
Secretary of State .John 'Foster
Dulles announced today that the
United States is prepared -, to fi finance
nance finance oil exports from bit coun country
try country to Western Europe in case
that transit through the Sues Ca Canal
nal Canal becomes ''impractical.', ;

As for a feoort that this coun

try is prepared to put up $500 mil'

lion to finance a detour of the Ca

nal around the South African Cape

oi Good Hope. Dulles said this

government nas reached no agree

meat with any other nation.

Vanna Buy A Ship?

m made the announcement to

...m.n at fh White House aft-

r .nnferrinff with President "Ei

senhower on the Suez crisis.v
ronferred with the Presi

dent a few hours before leaving by

niana fnf a new conference in Lon

rinn nn the Suez crisis. Dulles said

that in event Egypt blocks the
canal, there might have to be m m-rreasrd
rreasrd m-rreasrd exports of oil from the

United States to western Europe.

.He said this government is pre prepared
pared prepared to finance such exports
through, the Export-Import Bank.'

'All there is in the situation Is

the normal facility of the Export-

Import Bank to finance exports

from this country," he said.

Authoritative sources Said the

Big Three did not plan to draw
up hard-and-fast proposals for
the conference. They Intend to

allow the participating smp-

v. r SAid.

The sources said the Western

power also consider the users
association as a temporary ex-i

pedlenit. ; y
p Experts' estimated the asso association
ciation association could : b ready 'to
challenge Egyptian President
Gamal Abdel Nasser with a
test or convoy within a week
after the conference here fin finishes
ishes finishes work. ..v
- Of the 18 nations invited, 14
have accepted or Indicated prob probable
able probable acceptance, although a
number are reported wary of
the Western plan.'
The latest ."yes;? came from
Snaln. which has been moving

cautiously to avoid endangering

its Arab interests.

The Foreign Ministers of Den

mark, Sweden and Norway a-

sxeed reluctantly to attena dui

said the issue is so grave lt must
be taken to the United Nations.

A British Foreign o 1 1 1 c e

spokesman said Pakistan and

Iran acceptances Included re

servations against any prior

commitments. , v

Nasser, backed by the Arab
nations, the Communist yorld
and some Far Eastern neu neutrals,
trals, neutrals, was proceeding with
plans for a rval conference to
study the Suez crisis. The
West' already has rejected
Nasser's invitation, but some
21 other nations planned to
va tn r.alro. t

. Dispatches from Port Said
said the first signs of a slow

down of Sues Canal traffic be

cam apparent this morning

when the northbound convoy ar

rived late and only five ships

assembled for today's south
bound run; -

A 20-shin" convoy arrived in

Port said at midnight after tak

Riisshn PI!:t:

Legislative Fiind To Be Set UpMg
tl Bylqcal SCO FefUnioil

Australia Gets
Televsion For 'l
First Time

SYDNEY, Australia, Sept. 17 -!
(UP) Television came to Austral-

la last night.
The first offering of Station TCN
ran for four hours and was re-
ceived by an estimated 3,000 sets
in homes, clubs and stores.
Thousanda of Australia ns
thronged to big city retail stores
to see demonstration TV sets in
operation.

j

HERE'S ONE .FOR SALE .Originally sub-chaser, the 575 gross ton M. V. Guayas, a freight
carrier will zi on the public auction block Friday morning at 10 in the District Court at
Ancon. The U.S. Marshal announced today that, anyone interested in Inspecting the vessel
which has been detained at the outer anchorage under court order, is invited to Join the
marshal on a launch scheduled to leave Pier 19 In Balboa at 9 a.m. on Wednesday. Those
Interested may contact the Marshal's office at Balboa 2851.

Cancer-Stricken
Babe.Didrikson
In Grave Condition

AALVEST0N. Tex., Sept. 17 I

(UP)-w MM. Babe Didrikson Za

harias, jtne worm imuua wvuinuj

athlete -stricken by cancer, spent
8 good Jnight last, night ,but her
condition continues grave a doc doctor
tor doctor at John Sealy Hospital said
yesterday. v;: '.
The Zonta Wonen's Club of, Fort
Worth yesterday, presented Mrs.
Zaharias with a trophy for her in inspiration
spiration inspiration and courage lu ber fight
against cancer.

Local 900,J AFSCME, AFL-C10,
plans to set up a legislaUve fund
to help finance the union's fight
to push legislation in the U. S.
Congress next year. ;
A spokesman for the union aid
th administrative committee had

annrnved th idea of the fund to

aid n th fiirht for legislation for

the proposed single wage scale for

the Canal zone ana ,ine nwmwu

of the provisions oi me uvu ser service
vice service Retirement Act to non- U. S.
ritWn. nf ih Panama Canal Co.

The aookesman said members

anH nnn-mamhers Will be Urged

tn rhntrihnte at least $1 to the fund

which will be used specifically to

seek passage of the bills on wages,
and retirement. . 1
A special committee will be ap appointed
pointed appointed to administer the found,
working in conjunction with the
administrative committee. When
the committee is appointed and
nlana fnr tha collection Of monies

are completed, the workers will be
advised when and where to make
thir contributions. The name and

indentif action card number of each

-2 Lteys Yo L.
PORT SAID. Sant. 17 ruPl

Seviat pilots newly arrived front
Russia sailed dern the Suet Ca Canal
nal Canal today as trainees under t
gyptian and Creak instructors.

iour of the 15 Soviet master ma.

riners left Port Said aboard a spe special
cial special four-ship convoy bound down
the 101-mile waterway to Suez in

tne urst training run since they
arrived 48 hours ago.

Other Soviet pilots are schedul

ed to make their first training
runs in another southbound eon.

voy later today.

The four ships. In this morning's

convoy were the British tanker
British Chivalry, -the Italian
freighter Giulia Veneiia and one

French and one West German

ship.

I wo Egyptian and two Greek pi.
lots acted as instructors and, ac actually
tually actually took the ships through-tit
canal. ..;"." '.-t

Fyodor Pankev, $1, leaderTef
the Soviet pilots, blithely en
nouneed that they expected
master in two day the comp"!i
cated job of guiding shipping
through the canal, 4S

' Soviet Pilot Nikolai Tsikirisk

boarded the Giulia Venezia accom

panied by a Greek pilot instructor.
He shook hands with 'the captain

and announced that it was not. his

first trip through the waterway.

- l ve oeen tnrougn on Russian
ships," he said. "We' shall soon

learn to take ships through by our.

selves."

All four Russians wore the com

pany's pilot rigs white shorts,
knee-length stockings and epen epen-necked
necked epen-necked white shirts, :

But thev did not wear th : hM

Suez company's caps with the dis.
tinctive gold-braded badge. All

were bareheaded.

nerson contributing will be 1 ecord

ed on a receipt with the' amount

the person contributes. r V
The spokesman added 'that the
national office in Washington it
being consulted on whethti to send
a member of the union to Washing

ton-to testify in Congress and work
together with the legislative de department
partment department or to hire additional help
in Washington. V ;
The union's decision to wage an

all-out battle resulted from con con-flictine
flictine con-flictine interpretations of certain

treaty clauses affecting Zone non non-citizen
citizen non-citizen workers. If these clauses

area applied the way they are be be-ins
ins be-ins interoreted in Washington, the

noncitizen workers will suffer

drastic cut in purchasing power
next year when certain privileges

are taken away from mem, me

man declared. i

The spokesman also added that
Zone non-citizen workers of the
company government are urged
to take part in a demonstration

heeinc oreanized bv Local 907

scheduled to take place at the

National Assembly on Oct 17.

Ing 10 hours to steam through
the 101-mile waterway. The nor.
mal transit time is 13 to 11
hours depending on conditions.
. Only five ships were gathered
in Port Said harbor for the con.

voy to Suez and a shipping agent
said the small number was

phenomenal." He said no more

ships were expectwij

Fortyltwo f

the Canal

number -the
old But
voy pilots
Egyptian. :

were traur..

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The fir'
returning I
nat arrive
last night v
there will Le
nal within a i
" Capt. 0scr -ed
with his
dren, said t
lots to run t
like teaching
drive In a t
putting him
doubfe-det'.

lied through
the lowest
'allration-ot--y.
The con-
st entire'.y
its already
i. :
Ush pilots
a the ea earn
rn earn airport
a warning
In the ca-
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- who arriv arriv-i
i arriv-i three chll-alned.pl-.1
would be
n t learn t
r and then
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'THE MAIL BOX

TO THE SHOWERS
Sir:"" . 7 y - --v:.-;
As was the case In the Slates, "Monism" has reared Its
ugly head to the Zone. If tht schools people permit the fe females
males females to return to their clothes after exercising without show showers,
ers, showers, "Momism" has again won another round in Its desire to
control everything. Thousands of children the world over hav
not the luxury of a shower: tut the American "moms" on the
Zone yell turn them off. They would rather have their off off-inrlnc
inrlnc off-inrlnc plastered with, cold creams and .powders..
- And who is the Jerk trying to stop football in the. Zone,
ft has been a sport to spend seemingly endless amounts of
school money so the few may play at the expense of the many.
Despite the fact Balboa High School should field two or three
te"ams to compete on an even basis wlih Cristobal High School
the principal at BHS will not permit that. School spirit would
disappear he contends.. Whatever that Is. s
! The kids can't read. They can't write. Don't confuse them
with hot and cold shower labels. Give tbem chewing gum, duck
tail haircuts and a football schedule resembling a farce in Its
Intent and purpose. Hand out the letters and medals. They
don't mean anything. ..;,. ;.
; No more homework. No more obedience. No more leader leadership.
ship. leadership. 'Mom" nas won. Her children will suffer no more. Me Mediocrity
diocrity Mediocrity has arrived. Viva progress.
, Showers for AIL ..-

DEMOCRATS AND DEMOCRAT! CS

Ijear Mr. Calhoun:
I am much surprised that, you would let that little "lc
get under your skin to such an extent. Don't you know that
the Republican Party, to longer under the tutelage of Mephls Mephls-tqpheles,
tqpheles, Mephls-tqpheles, would take delight in playing upon the unsophisticat unsophisticat-ted
ted unsophisticat-ted Democratic party Just that sort of a scurvy trick? The
Idea, to get the Democratic narty to waste time and effort on
very Insignificant little thing. :
Were I a Republican, I should advise against any sort of
name calling or manipulation, for that sort of thing is no an an-ser
ser an-ser to the points under consideration in a campaign.
Were I a Democratic member I should be pleased to accept
tB name "Democrat" as better than Democratic, as the former
is a noun and means the real thing, while the latter Is an ad adjective
jective adjective and means only something similar to the real thing.
It is true that diction and grammar are essential to a clear
statement of conditions and purposes, but there must he a lit little
tle little common sense used in connection with them.
I am sorry that you did not give any Instances of poor
diction and bad grammar coming from the Republican Party
- or from Republicans. - .'"'-i"-;-: ,,v;.r'
' May I come to your help end give you two historic exam exam-pies?
pies? exam-pies? v
, J John Hay (whose literary Ability was well known) gave us
this one: -m.v: v-.''
"The provisions of this treaty shall be made 'effective
t within six months, or sooner, if possible."
' Then later, in the last century (was it before your time)
we got the famous "Me too, Piat." v
As an example of fair diction and grammar, but sadly lack lacking
ing lacking in common sense, let me give you the' famous finding of
the Supreme Court, at a time when the majority of tho court
was Democratic:
- "Any stream of water that may be made navigable by
the expenditure of money and labor Is navigable."
i In other words, we are told by the supreme authority in
the land that whatever1 can be done is done. v-
7? v-, 1 ;-ie return to theof diction 'and grammarlet me remind
you I. an event that occurred at Gettysburg in 1863,
! cre was a celebration of national importance. Tin great greatest
est greatest orator of the day made a speech, or rather delivered an
oration. How many persons can tell you anything he said, or
even, name tflis great orator? My guess is, not one person In
ten can tell you. .
' But the first Republican President "of the United States
made a short live-minute speech. There's hardly a man who
has not heard it many times and the whole country knows
his name, tho he has been dead for more than a century.
i It is safe to say that there is nothing in our language that
c4n compare with this little speech, in diction, grammar, and
sentiment. ,.
i Give me something from the other side of the line that
will stay with the American People as this has and will.
, WHB.

Labor News
And'
Comment

By VICTOR RIISEL

There were more Democratic
voitM man unpeeied potatoes in

Republican Maine recently be because
cause because labor men went out by boot
and ear and dug them up. The

GOP campaign had all the appeal

of ar un tinseled baked potato, bo
it lost I
' loose are the rockribbed facts,
some of the Republican high com-.

nund who new were last week
win long remember the Maine
voting, li proved that there is a
labor, vote deliverable even in

traditional Gor territory

Maine's union people are 30,000

strong and a strategic bioc in a

state where comparatively few

tallies are cast. The Textile work

ers Union of the old CIO beaded
by William Pollock set out to roil

tuem into tne uemocrauc oarrei,

Tne union opened up a headquar

ter! under its wwiston cuei,
Denis Uiais.

Bltis doubled as chairman of

the Labor Committee of the Dem

ocratte oartv. A few days before

election ne nao a goon pouucai
machine in action. ; .-

For three solid days before

Election Dav. na had 100 union

men and their wives manning tne

phones for hours on end. They put
m 24,000 calls urging the voters
to come out On Election Day the

labor strategists got up a fleet of

100 autos, 80 for the general elec

tion ana u mr me xyciuwi t
state legislative fight. J

- These cars 'fanned 'out through

the, textile mill areas especially

the six factory cities whicn gave

the Democrats their urst congres

slonal representation virtually

since the ween Mountain coys

xived New Eneland.

From these cars, labor people
went from door to door, from

street to; street, from precinct to

precinct. When tney anocaea on
any union man's door, they found
voter who knew what the argu arguments
ments arguments against the Republicans

The Leather Curtain

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NEA SemcrfclC-; V 4

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WA::iNGT0N The raw truth
behind t.-.e southern race riots is
that 1 new, i;r,:s:r Ku Klux Klin
movement Is rising in the South

The extremists no longer mas

querade in whit sheets, but act

m-thi name of wnite citizens coun

cils. They are ruthlessly fanning

race hatred, bullying local oUi-

ciais, and inciting moo violence.

This is not the report of Negro
pressure groups nor Northern lib liberals
erals liberals viewing from a distance. It's
what Southerners, themselves, are
saying privately. This writer spent

two years in tne Deep Souta.

Here's what former friends, who

can t be identified, for their own
safety, report:

soon be re-$egrliif hu;
places already integrated."
Note: Most Southerners con-
tacted by this column look to
President Eisenhower for leader
ship on settling the rac cerisis.
A"lal Jwmps Cm

"I am bullied and interfere I

within -my duties by our -local
white council,'' says 4 Louisiana
registrar.
'"The. white councils are making
personal friendship, between indi individuals
viduals individuals Of the two races almost

impossible," siys a Georgia busi

nessman.

. "The extremists are leaving no

miaoie ground lor tne moder

ates," says an Arkansas oolitl-

cian. "We are forced to choose

Eiri lfhr far tha whita nil.

' fiiens council or the National Asiv

'leiation for the Advancement, of

. n wjiorea reopie.

Sevthern Views

The Needle Is Dirtiest
By Pefer Ed son

WASHINGTON '(NEA) Ef-
fnrta a ilan im itiia var'ei fmliti.

Were. For, : earUer, the textile c,i campaign and conduct it on a

Workers Had mauea oui omhigh etmctl pi,nj toe pming

u.ouu pieces w ,utut. aub, jUit bout unsuccessful as all
AFL. had dispatched another 7,000 uch e(fort m toe pjJt
romnhiptu These had' been pre- k.. ...i.

p.e?f?edSS example; by holding, himself

ni -vAy o..........-- w ----- ai0Oi xrora petty name-caiung ana
.t??:4:' personal; criticism of his

i The Textile Workers had a. real opponents.

bread and butter, issue. It ; was
nt th. whit House. Nor was it

the unpopularity of President. El

senhower. it was me unpupiuiMj
of black Japanese velveteen and

British woolen ana worsiea. ua

ports. ,--. -- .ti".!.1
i Theja imports have cost many
a Maine textile worker hi V Job.

Plant Your Savings

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At his last press conference, the
President even declined to defend

himself against charges made by

Textile workers President Emit

Rieve; to the effect that all Mr.

Eisenhower knew about the do

mestic economy "he learned from
the big businessmen he admired

so much."

r though th PresidentrlTas' adopt

Snly recently one big mill shut
own, .dumping some 4000 out of

T The textile workeri' have beea di for-himseU this policy of turn'
oushuig for' a quota on these- im'iing the other cheek to conduct a
Sorts from Japan and England- clean Campaign, the rule is ap-

and have' been getting propaganda
help from the Democrats. Labor
1 .... th. h Remihllcan can

uicu -,f-r
didates faces should be as .red

s lobsters tor naving giui.

as loosters ior nviua Wfwv

this issue.

m... ninf mil that nnlv Reoub

i:. CVi Mirnret Chase Smith

"lifted a ladyuke finger" to their,
behalf. So it was not- difficult
arousing jobless i workers and
those who "were going sleepless
worrying about their own jobs.
This is as apparent as fishing
tackle In a Mame general store
front. An examination of the Dem Dem-far
far Dem-far poncress shows

that the two who came through
with unprecedented votes, ran in
the textile mUl mas.--- ir
The successful Democrat, Frank
Coffin, buried his opponent with a
majority in the Second Congres Congressional
sional Congressional District. The Democrat who
is 28 votes behind at this writing

ran in the First ungres5.uui

parently not going to apply to his

subordinates and political bench
men. ,...;-,

Thii was 1 made clear when

White Jlouse Press Secretary

James Hagerty and Indiana Sena

tor Homer Capehart let out more

or less simultaneous blasts on dif different
ferent different counts against Democratic
presidential candidate Adlai Ste Stevenson.
venson. Stevenson. ...

I

Hagerty acted on his own in Ex-President Harry Trumaft

uses Ue cioDDer metnoo.
To a lesser degree, so does Vice
President Richard M. Nixon.

' GOP Public Relations- Director

L. Richard Guylay showed a cer

picking up an obviously garbled

quotation irpm a oievensuu aiicwu
and turning, it into a personal at

tack on Stevenson and the Demo

cratic party as a whole,

Following the Eisenhower patten tain skill in his needling with his

of lenorina oersonal attacks. Ste

venson did not reply directly, but
his henchmen did it for him.

Democratic National Chairman
Paul Butler demanded Hagerty
sign a fair campaign practices
COde.! !-': -v'f-'::
; Capehart's 'statement, branding
Stevenson's criticism of Secretary
of State Dulles' liberation policy
as "pure" nonsense,"' wa issued
by the Republican National Com Committee.
mittee. Committee. It originated there.
, Up to now. Republican National
Chairman Leonard Hall has been

GOP,, spokesman for answering

Democratic charges. 1 ; -; ,

Pol'tical observers recognize
that the needling technique is the

source of most dirty campaigning

- Democratic Chairman Butler

has one of the sharpest political

needles in the business. When he

jabs, it's Usually at a sensitive

spot in s the elephant S hide. The

reaction is- usually a loud Repub
lican "Ouch!" ,
Adlai Stevenson does it with I
little more finesse and humor.

"A whole new generation is be

ing taught extreme race haired.

claims an Alabama minuter.

"They are learninc a kind of hate

we aid. not nave before, but which

other sections often believed about

us. :, ;-. .,

These statements come. iton

ishingly from Southerners who
believe in sesretation. Their vkws

do not imply any hostility toward

iNegroes. turner they beUeve seg segregation
regation segregation is necessary to protect

weir lammes uom lower Negro

sianuaras. ,
Rightly or wroiigly, they con

slder Negro morals, education.

and health as below their own

standards. Tbey are willing to

HEADLINES. AND FOOTNOTES
Here's the inside reason Adlai
Stevenson proposed ending the
draft. He was tipped off that
President. Eisenhower bad the
same idea in mind. So Stevenson
jumped the gun on Ike, came out
with the proposal first . Both
candidates would have worded the
promise the same way. They fa favor
vor favor dropping the draft as soon u
world conditions permit ...
'The White House is flirting mKk
the idea of appointing a Negro to
the Supreme Court. However, il'ft
strictly in the suggestion stage.
Emile Zola .Bermaii, the dynamie
lawyer- wfco- defended Marine
Sergeant Matthew McKeon, tried
to suppress a story in todsy's
Parade magiiine The Sunday
supplement got 'an exclusive

story front Mrs. McKeon, describ

ing ner emotions, while her hus husband
band husband was on trial for leading six

m rones ig weir oeatn in a swot
len creek ... Herman's office

tried to stop! the, storr.. thou ah

Parade had a written release

from Mrs. McKeon. Despite legal

threat;. Parade Editor Jesi Gorkia

published the story anyhow.

recent campaign to change the,

''Democratic" party to "Demo-

crat" party, without the final "ic."

' Last May Butler and Hall met

with Mayor Charles P. Taft of

Willi UIIW VUIIICS AT. .AMI n tl, c,u w.
Ctaciim.i,.this year't

of the Faair Campaign Practices

Committee. The two. party chair chairmen
men chairmen publicly signed .a pledge to
conduct their campaigns ac

cording to basic principles of de decency,
cency, decency, honesty and fairlay. i
.' Even while they were signing.

Butler and Hall began to needle
each ether. The pledge seemed a

nopicss gesture.- -1 t
j But Mayor Taft observed that It
wasn't hopeless. "George Wash

ington and Abraham Lincoln were
called worse things than President

jcisenuower and Mr. Stevenson,
he said. v,,-,..-

"We're not going to acompllsh
all we want to in cleaning un this

campaign,- but it will be better

than nothing.

; The committee has it swork'-eut

out. The mud Is flying, and the

fall-out is apparently going to get

worse as the campaign goes on

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mill citieswaiervuie, uuo..,
nfni. Biddleford ant

jkco It was in these cities that
Si Jon distributed its literature

at the plant gates.
ri.w. lit.ntnr bitterly

complained over the
Congress to P".,PL Dow1LliacSh
Distressed Area" biU,
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.11 the Issues,

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but ttus the main story of tne
election which Eepubncan

strategists should rememDer.

Gl Gets Life
For Raping
German Girl
cnitmmo. Germany, Sept.

17 (UP)-US. Arpiy Pvt. Warren
S7AUbrlght.jf.Vcve
waa sentenced to life imprison imprison-c..,hv
c..,hv imprison-c..,hv fter a acn'rai

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coutt martial xouno aim Suj
f r.nin & lt-year-old farm

girl.
aiihriffht. end three other sol

diers were charged wltn drag dragging
ging dragging the girl from her bicycie
raping her In, a cornfield and
forcing her to accompany them
for several hours. Each of the
soldiers allegedly raped her sev several
eral several times before a passeiby
frlghlened them away, v
Two of the soldiers were con convicted
victed convicted and given long sentences
in a. trial hald last month. The

fourth soldier, Pvt. Gus Clinton

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Two Many "jefc Seekers"
The staid First National Cit

Bank of New York has found a

unique explanation for the slight
rise In unemployment. It's not a
lack of "employment opportuni opportunities"
ties" opportunities" but a "suner abundant nf

job seekers" that has caused the

proJiem, claims the bank's news newsletter
letter newsletter . This sounds like the v
Agriculture Department's descrip description
tion description of the soil bank program.
After years of castigating th. New
Deal for plowing under crops, the ;
Republicans couldn't bring them-
fclvet in nnniinoinn h

help t he if colored nelghbois now sponsoring the same thing, u

uuuer u uur program, the an announcement
nouncement announcement says, farmers will
incorporate crops into the soil."
u T White House is withholding
its O.K. for the small airlines to
fly charters overseas. This pro protects
tects protects the charter business ior the
big, scheduled airlines. But it's
costing the taxpayers a small for tune.
Uncle Sam pays the inde inde-pendent
pendent inde-pendent lines for ilying empty in
order to pick up a government
load oversees Nirrimi'

genial Ambassador Guillermd Se.
villa Saeasa will be the first Latin
American in hittnrv t h.m.

dean of the Washington diplomatic

corns. 1U 11 t" if
An.assa-: r ,V n I tg ,t
Morgenstiern as th d,!.:..

dean in November ... A standi
friend of this country, Sevilla Sa Saeasa
easa Saeasa takes pride la the fact that
Nicaragua has seconded every im im-portant
portant im-portant U.S. notion at the United
Nations. .,

acnieve beaer conditions. Thev

consider IntegraUon inevitable

ana are reconciled to accepting
it- eventually. Meanwhile, they
believe segregation is a necessary
safeguard.

Many,: many white people here

friends among the Negroes, but

uu oeueve some degree of
segregation," ah Alabama school schoolteacher
teacher schoolteacher explains. "Now all thii is
changing.,; The cituens councils
are raising a tide of race hatred
that is making fearful inroads in into
to into the .backlog of good will that
really did exist here in times

past."
Y, ;-;if'- ...-nr.
, iutins Listed

Those Who hftlUva tint. vt.

. . ... w M.iiH .a vu

m.b aui vi jiiiegraiion are wrong,

ouuiDBmeri' vim

"It is a mistake to think- Int..

gration may safely" go slow,, and
it will come out right in the end."

y one. m extremists airti

noi merely to keep segregation
where It now exists but to undo
the work of integration, where it
has already tsktn place.'.'
What is the solution? One South Southerner,"
erner," Southerner," who describes himself as

once a strong pro-seireffationfrt.

but new for urgent reasons an
ntegrationist,'' suggested the fol following
lowing following points in a letter to this
column: -: .
, "1. Hieh f ovtrnmMl nffi-!.l.

should announce ta the South how

muca ef the country is already
integrated and how small a part
is still segregated. ; ... ;
"I. VThite citizens councils should
be eharged wjth defyin tha gov gov-ernment..
ernment.. gov-ernment.. ;
"3 It should be tlerlirxl Ih.t

state laws' on segregatioa are of

o- eueci and that any state offi officer
cer officer whe tries te enforce them is
guilty of contempt.
"4: A threat should be made to

cut bff federal money from segre

gated states (contrary ta fictioa

writers, southerners love meney
as well as anybody else).

"a, AU, : moderate Southerners
sheula be reminded that the pro pro-segregationists
segregationists pro-segregationists are slaying a al

laying action against the inevit

able and that It is net worth while

to ruin their section economically

lor tamporary victories.

"II these methods are not used

now, the citizens' councils 'will

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Guam residents are un in irma

over the way the Navy is pushing

msviu SB1VUUU f
Six years ago, Congress' made
Guam a self-governing territory
and gave the islanders a 20-point
bill of rights. This wss supposed
to five them th same privileges
4s other American citizens, but
the Navy has tenaciously refused
to yield control of the island.
Xitizens can come and go as
they please in Hawaii, Alaska,
Puerto Kico, and the Virgin Is Islands.
lands. Islands. But on Guam, the Navy
has final say-so with no appeal w
from Its ruling. As a result many
Americans on Guam find them themselves
selves themselves harassed.
The island's only airport and
commercial docks, happen- to lie
within the naval base. If the Navy
doesn't like a person, it simply
excludes him from re-entry in
case he leaves the island on

business trip or emergency visit
to the U.S.
This can be done by denying
him a -'-'security clearance" to
pass through the naval grounds.
There is ne appeal from the
Navy's ruling, and the reasons
for denial arc kept secret.
TheGuam Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce may formally charge the
Navy with violating ; citizens' con-

istitutional. rights.. t

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HONORED' FOR OUTSTANDING WORK Governor W.. E. Potter is shown t the extreme left above with the btoud or ra.
rial employes, who Teceived special' honors this week for outstanding performance of their jobs' and cash award'! for m
ploye suggestions. -At the far right is Dr. James ft. West, Gorgas Hospital pediatrician, who was riven the Dltf lnmii.hri
Service Award for "his work at Gorgas Hospital during the recent poliomyelitis outbreak. The group Includes John n hai
le"n, Chairman of the Incentive Awards Committee and Bureau chiefs of the Various employes who received awards

Reckless Chlarges By Kefauyer

Disproyedl Brovnell Declares

' WASHINGTON, Sept:' IT (UP)

Atty. Uen HerDert urowneu jr.
aii vaatoritliv th Eisenhower ad

ministration bas VcompeleUy aid
. II.. n f IThIah..'

prOvea 1 3cn. EiSies ivciouyci a
rather- reckless" charges that it

tried to cover up wrongaoing in
the Dixon-Yates case.
Kef auver. ? Democratic ; v i c e

' presidential candidal e.iald
recently that (presidential assist,

had tried to. Jade the activities of
.... ... i .1 1. UnlrA

Aaoipne wenzeu, new w. uu
in the handling of the Dixon:Yates
power contract. ,.i -.v. i
Brownell said on the ''Reporters
Roundun" television program that

Kefauver's -allegations were re

futed- by he facts. He said .that
as, soon as Wenzell's activites were
disclosed by. ;'an .orderly investi investigation,
gation, investigation, t"ac b nf ljc t-' of -in-trcgls
cases was presented to the
. CO'jriS. .. ." .':V.'!
Br,ownell "'was asked whether
President Eisenhower had been

11UM1UU1 111CU WHS" fcviv. Mr.M
conference last year that, Wenzell's
' - I- ...... t ... ml. ffiflr.

roie in- me uausatuuut naa

Yates

Energy

After

To Rejoin Family In; U5.

9 Years IrrHungary

Living

route to a California reunion with
parents they feared would teem

UKe strangers.

; we Know oui

feblly proper.'

facts" .Te developed be! ween. ti,eL v"'

financing 'for the Dixon
contract. The Atomic

Commission eventually cancelled
111. .nnl...t I

vuiiuKi. me ijAuu-iaies combine-is
suing the government- to
recover funds it already had spent
on the power project. ..
; Brownell, defending the admin administration
istration administration again t attacks by
Kefauver inrtl Arilai V. Slnuiu

said that -"in the : broad view v of Dy to meet them."

the. thing, the administration has Both Latiio end Ms brother

conauciea one ot the most -cleanl Bela Jr., 13, were weii and wea wea-and
and wea-and honorable, administrations we ry from being air sick through
have ever seen in this country." I most f the long flight from Bu-

. ..... vv.ui.u WUCH witwiW I IV HVVI1
questioned about, tiie- resignation! living with their grahdmoter.
of Horold E. Talbott as seceretaryl They left Hungary Saturday
of the Air Fnrra Talhntt mnrnino ITIrct tkm ll m i

involved in conflict" of-interest Prague, Ciechosktvakia, where

esse. ; jiney cnangea planes tor tne mgnt

wun wucuicr. SIC uau XUUni UDacia. Xlicu uic UVUHCU
that Talbott was guilty of "an im I nothef piane, waich Uougn. mum
propriety.' w Brownellf i replied New York. A fourth plane car-

riea them to ban Francisco.

The trip from Hungary t the
U.S.- finally was arranged for iho

boys after nine, years of "appeal!

ana prayer", oy meir parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Bela H. Benathy. Mon Monterey,
terey, Monterey, Calif; Benathy, a former
Protestant minister in Hungary, is
an instructor in the Hungarian de department
partment department at the Army language
school in Monterey: ;He became a
U.S; citizen Nearly this year. 'j'i
Both boys have been studying
T? I :.. L m .1 .

YONKERS, N.Y., Sept.. 17 (XjP) .they were unable to converse in it
The teen. lUOeA Hnnahto f vhpn tipivmn inrikrvioiuAfl (ham

Cuban President Fulgenclo Ba- at Idlewild International Airpot be-

WJfiW YORK. Sent 17 tm .. ".-"

Two" shy- hlnii IKtW W La

were refused permission to leave' 7oM not mEt them fSS5tme?t
Hunearv for nine ve.r. n.cHi Jl."la .?ot rant tnem PermiU to

thraueh New vnrk 'ZtTrA.Z I1 f1v country.

o n j va a

' YOUNG DEMOCRAT, 17
MOlTNTlSVlI tv 'm tr. 1 tm.

narent A n 1 v Frl r Vf,.li

from pictures' said Laszlo Ben- Is as young as he feels Hp'. H7

amy. 11, "were coimr to be han.' anH mpmw A MA..M-.:in.

nv n monf tViAm 1 ur i; r V

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IN THE FAMILY
liLKNDIVE, Mont. (UP)
As one justice of the peace to
another, Sidney Merseth solemnly
forfeited a $10 bond to Robert Top Top-pins
pins Top-pins here. Merseth,. who holds
justice court at Hines, Ore., was
cited for crossing a solid center

line which indicated "no crossing."

A few months in 1917 and 1918, er a young writer of definite prom-

marked a change in the course of
history a change that is still in
the process of evolution.
The period was that between
Nov. 7, 1917, when the Bolsheviks
seized power in Russia, and March

IX 1H1X when Ihev riHfiul II..

Brest-Litovsk peace treaty with

uerminy. v
The storv of this nerinrf In It.

renuon 10 tne united States is

told bnlnantlv In R it s s r a

LEAVES THE WAR. (Princeton),

xafs ooor. u me nrst -volume in a
series on "Soviet-American Rela Relations,
tions, Relations, 1917-1920." It Is the work of
George F. Kennon, former Amer American
ican American ambassador to Russia. A rii..

tinguished- career diplomat, his

qualifications for the monumental
task he has set himself are un

rivalled

Kennan tells clearlv 'and fnreL

oty, wnn empnasis on personali personalities
ties personalities and color, the atnrv whiih

unfolded itself In Petrograd and
Washington In the dromatic few

uiumus tiQis ursi vomme covers.
It is the atnrv nf the fatiinn ha.

lief of Lenin and Trotsky that they

couia iorce ine oemgerents to

Worrd War I to make peace as the
alternative to world revolution- nf

the failure of the United States to
ralize that the Russlon people people-not
not people-not the Bolsheviks alone were

tired of. the war? of Wonitrnw Wil.

son framing policy with Colonel

House msteaa of Lansing, his Sex Sex-retary
retary Sex-retary of State; of Lansing failing
to maintain oroner liaison with old

Ambassador Francis in Petro

grad; of the various United States
missions to Russia, each inde

pendent of either Francis or

Lansing.
Kennan makes plain that the
hlundera and mUrnnpentinni nf

those days on both sides are 's$Ul

oeing paia lor toaay

propriety V v Brownell f r' replied
'I don't know, that anvbodv- feelcl

that there, was.." He said Talbott
Quit because he "felt that.he hl

made mistake of judgment,",; ;

f I...'"

D:!i5'!afs;D2ifrf
m mm m

R?3 Al!:ck Li II. Y.

and th Justice Dcnartment's dfr

cision to prosecute the case. He
said these facts "indicated that
there was a conflict of interest."

Actauver neanea a senate suo- vuuu rreamem r uigencio Ba- ai laiewua international Airpot be be-committee
committee be-committee which investigated the Ijsta and a classmate set off a tween planes. Theywere met by
Dixon-Yates contract. It. hroughtifire alarm yesterday to summon Count Stephen Almasy, a former
nut the Wenzell former" nffirial nf' helD after the Vsn id a min IrinH m'mnpr i.t iAa Hinmriin mini li

the First Boston Corp., advised he to attack-them,' police reported. t ty who now works as chauffeur to
' ffnvernrrient nh isnertii of T)iYnn. Elisa Batista. 15. and Tatherine tne UesL flermsn ihura t lk

Yates as a consultant to the hudeet! Lang. 17, Haworth. N.J1' said the. United Nations i -

bureau in 1954. v,--,--- were picked up by the motorist Almasy, a Iriend of the family.

nrbi uusiun, new iorK in- -w c w r k wasningion servea as inierpreier ior ine Doys,

MARSHAL'S IIOTICE OF SALE

s Notice U tifreby irn that the Met Venel Guayu. ( UuUttiut
ragiwry, will be ola at Public Ayctiee by the VniHi Statu Marthal
,;. i the Canal Zona, nndr an Or.ar ef tkt Unit. States District Court
for the District of tho Canal Zona, 44 Saptombar 1950, ni fol,
.lowing a Libel in Ram and In Personam filed in tho uia District Court
on Aucutt 7, 195C, No. 4364, In Admiralty, In which the Cemeania
Gtntral do Licores, S.A., is Libelant, ana1 the M, V. Guayas and the
Compama Comorcial Naviara, S.A., are Respondent. .4.
- le will be hold at 10 o'clock in the momma' of Friday, Sap-
t.mbtr 21. 1956 at the United States District Court. In Ancon, Canal
Zona. The sale will he for cash to the highost bidder, suhjoct to tho
final approrar of the Court, and tho proceeds of such sale will ho
, deposited in the Raf istry of the Court to remain until the Court's
further orders. J'J ; i, ; .K.
,. Tho M.V. Guayas was built In Partland, Oraoon, in 1944, In the
following dimension!: length, 173 feet; beam, 23 feet draft, 14 feet
Her gross tonnage is S75. net tannage 281, She is oeweroA by two t
Hsmiiton dietel engines of 1 .600 h e., each, baa a truiilng apeed of
15 knots, and top speed ol 20 knots,
L. S. CARRINGTON and JOSEPH I. KINCAID.
ROY PHILLIPS P. United States Marshal.
Proctor for Libelant, w. 1 t

3 Tourists Killed
By1 Austrian Train

Bridge.. Which OnnncrU Neur Ter. ivhn iniwlnu Inn ill In tnlb- K..

.1 - - w "fi"..! v ww 111 w .aw nuvu
I o.il ,nJ Mn... 1. I.i 1'. ....... .

- ,'. ;. -. .,. iney ursi se( 1001 on U.S. soil.
The mohrist ; drove them to a Laszlo perked up- a bit, but Bela
Yonkers railroad station, where remained silent during most of
ii"SS to- ,atta?k them, they their brief visit to New York j
Said. The EirlS Said thev eseaned 'ine nnv csii lhav uura Innlrina

I from the car .( and the motorist forward, to getting acquaninted I

pfwrntt av a...M.' c ... Si- 1 5 wlul iaea orotners, aonn, 10, and
POECHLAKN f, Austria, Sept. 17 They went to a Yonkers street KoDert, Bela xniniy rtmemwr-
I I J 1 1 An PV nrocfl train tin inU jt-no .,Va 4U ... ..ii.i n ...

IT T 11 vy'. .u,c' feu a lire ea jonn. out Koberf was born aft
a group of tourists walking across alarm. When firemen arrived,, the er the family was broken ud
the tracks at .the station here yes.' girls told them they -wer; M trtlJZZ
terday killing at least three per .wanted help. 1 w. ... . Vtl
sons and injuring several others. L Police were called and question:1. Unitod Stat.bocauw eur ..
' tourisU. aT Austrian?, were ,ed the girls. They withheld details mS,- f.11
corssing the tracks when they of the questioning, but one police Th. United SfVto. is llr.. t
fX
1 ' ,0; ( Ehsriho Van ...Vrn9 Un9ua8. We have been
One of the victims was rta ?n Y

master Karl Gutenbrunner who last sprmg,- and Catherine were '"t hTT.. i!!.u !.Vry plM'
l status, of Mrr r.nk ir l."..-- w,r"

Bela and Laszlo said they last

saw weir parents in Austria nine
vears aio.: In 1945 the hnv c.m

the entire family went to Austria!

wnere mey uvea in a refugee
camp. In 1947, the two boys were
taken back to Budapest by their

goomomer 10 visit tneir grand-
mother.,' ,4..;...V:v '-'
When their parents decided to
come to the U.S., they were refus-

. ... ,. ..... "i. i ... .1 ii viii mi. inncii iv UIV AliaillUlO VI ljlVHlg M
track when he spotted the train. Hartford, Conn, rest home where
U. U.n .. ll.1n .I.. ...1. .1 I 1. 1

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THE 1 EIGHTH DAY (Rinehart)
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The story tells of six pilgrims to
the town of Saint Sebastian in the

Maritime Alps seekers of the
deaf, dumb, and half-blind lay lay-monk.
monk. lay-monk. Brother Andre, who is said

w perform faith healing miracles.
The six are an American nripst

a French countess and thn rrin.

pled ballet dancer she supports,

an American dipsomaniac, a tu

bereular iniirnalUt onit hia'twi

rich wife, and an escaoee from a

lenar'a ielanH

As tha choice of characters In

dicates, Goldston uses toem and

ine events 01 nis story as a means
of setting forth far more universal

iaeas or quesuons. At no time
however, an he nroach tn his

leader or attempt to ,. moralize.

Ada to uus the warmtn and depth

of his reanzatton of not only his

six main? chancers, but of the

wealth of minor figures, and the
word stoat hecomea almost inevi

table. Goldston has also an in-

rrMinie tmuti tn minmniiti a

plot Into unexpected channels. ,.

: World Wsf 'U-turned a great
man worlrte iinsirlo rinws Its His.

ruptive effect was perhaps no-

wnere more nouceaoie man in me
bombed cities,' where persons of
t.h wirnho in Ar eev fnr militarv

duty found the daily threat of

aeaw or aetsrucuon aoaea to tne
oher worries and annoyances .of

wartime livlnf. r ,?

Brvher (Winifred Ellerm'ani tin

English writer well known for

such historical novels as ROMAN
WALL, turns her hanrl tn enntem.

porary .history for the first time
in BEOWULF (Pantheon) which
creates one nf the little Tiinrinn

worlds that was. threatened by the
blltx. .
It is a warm and amiably hu humorous
morous humorous account of an oddly as assorted
sorted assorted group of people!, Selina,

part-owner 01 ine tea snop, who
cnnsirlererl It "verv emtn.rralna

to be bombed,'! and Angelina, her

paddie-pated parlor-pmk partner;
Colonel Ferguson, a retired and
over-a ge officer In sea rr h nf a

wartime job, and Horatio Rash-

teign, tne aging commercial artist
who Mlllr! nn Innffer sell hie eaten.

dar nicturesr Evetvn. the career

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she had decked herself out in

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tack attack is evfe--DI cspnt. it imwin:

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as it aDDeared to cniintless. Rrin.

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CHICAGO. Sept. 17 (UP) -Itep.pign for the 48 Slates," "The Con Con-Ralph
Ralph Con-Ralph W. Gwinu.(S-Y,Y.) yester-j gress of Freedom" and "Ameri-

day urged conservative .groups y caa Real Property Federation."

annnnon me tiepuoncan jparjy

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Day convention sponsored by "We,
.the People" and three other con conservative
servative conservative organizations C a m-

INDEPENDENT P o r m e r
Gov. Jamea F. Byrnes, of South
Carolina, who served in two
Democratic cabinet but swung
' to President Eisenhower in 1952,
Is passing up both parties this
year. He has signed a petition
to place an independent, un unpledged
pledged unpledged slat of electors on the
November 6 ballot The petition
is being circulated by the
"South Carolinians for Inde Independent
pendent Independent Electors," who nope to
(et the 10,000 signatures re required
quired required to enter their slate.

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Gwlnn said conservatives shlii

support the Republican party J.c-t

cause it snows a neaiuiy tenden tendency
cy tendency toward reversing the social socialism
ism socialism trend and reducing federal
taxes." v (

The convention, however, went

on record to support conservative

congressional candidates, regard

less of party. It also turned down
a move from the floor to organize

into a third party. v
A 21-plank platform adopted by

the convention included demands

for "a return of states rights," re

duced government spending and

application of anti-trust laws to
unions as well as business.
It also adopted resolutions call

ing on President Eisenhower to

nominate Clarence Manion, for former
mer former Notre Dame law school dean.

to the U.S. Supreme Court seat

being vacated by Justice bherman
Minton, and establishment of a

United States Dav on Oct. 23 to

be held in advance of United Na-i

uons Day. ; y
The New York congressman
said conservatives should take a
lesson from the Americans for

Democratic Action and other

"leffwing" elements who "infil "infiltrated"
trated" "infiltrated" the Democratic party with
one million members. He estimat estimated
ed estimated there are S million conserva conservative
tive conservative electors and declared:
"If one million Socialist-minded

voters In 25 years could put 10

billion dollars of annual welfare
state burden on' the backs of the
nation, to say nothing of the Hoo Hoover
ver Hoover report's revelation of waste
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smnrrFi n.rASSlDY WEDttING PARTI M embers of the wedding party are shown follow-
to-Mr. Dennis Cassldy at Gatua

Union Church, Sept. 6.

MRS. PlJNNY COGGINS ELECTED PRESIDENT
i Or NEWCOMERS CMJB ON ATLANTIC SIDE
: MriV'Tenny" Goggingi, wife of Dr. Walter Goggins of
" -Coco Solo Hospital was elected president of the Newcomers
.' Club at, recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Ruth Gilbert
1, in Fort Gulick. Mrs. Gogglna Is tnm Wyoming and has
)' just served the dun as program chalman. .:Vv-.j; j

' Mrs, Ruth fuller, from Chicago
Illinois wis elected first vice-pres

ident, Mrs. Fuller- is we wn
Commander Nathan Fuller of the
Industrial Division.
Mrs. Rita .Cromley of Lynn Hay Hay-en,
en, Hay-en, -, Virginia, whose husband is
tationed at Ft. Gulick, was elect elected
ed elected second vice-president.
Mr. F.icrlpne Dials from Geor

gia, whose husband is director of

the Gulick: Post Band was maae
treasurer and Mrs. Millie Bobbs
from Louisiana, whose husband is
with Sachse International Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation becam secretary.
Grs linen bridge cloths were
preM'ntcd as farewell gifts to Mrs.
Orville Jones, Mrs. Barbara Low Low-ett,
ett, Low-ett, Mrs. Shirley Blair and Mrs.
A.'Sensabaugh. V r

v arrivals e'?c- 1 to xiaem xiaem-p
p xiaem-p were the ieidaraei
aus Dule (Wisconsin); Mrs.

am Garrter ,; (rennsyivaniaj;

Mis. John Huika (New yoric) ana
Jirs. Ellen Jane Wilson (Texas).
Mrs. Ethel McGinness assisted
the hostess and twenty-two mem members
bers members were present and two honor honorary
ary honorary members. v
Former Ambassador's Wife
Leaves For Mexico i"
. Mrs.' Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos.j
wife of the, former Peruvian Am
fcassador to Panama, who spent
several days visiting here as the
house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Octa Octa-vio
vio Octa-vio FabreRa, v left Saurday by
plana- for Mexico. Several parties
were given in her honor before her
departure. v- ',:. -f-y
- She was guest of honor at an
'at home" given by her hosts, the
Fabregas on Thursday at their
home in El Cangrejo. A tea in her
honor' was givn by Mrs, Adolf o
Anas at her residence in Pana Panama
ma Panama Friday afternoon.

In Mexico, Mrs. Ortir de Zeva4

Ilos will attend 13th World Con
vei lion of the International Asso
nation of the Protection of Youth
as head of the Peruvian Delega Delegation,
tion, Delegation, Accompanying her are Mrs.
Maria Loret Hola de Rosas, Mrs.
Teresa Ganoza de la Puente, Mrs.

xonsueio. urmeneta de Gamboa,

Mrs. Morrill Brown
Gives Coffee '

Mrs; Merrill Brown was hostess
Fridav. at a coffee held in the

Driftwood Room of the Albrook

Officers' Club.' -v
Mrs. Edward Benson poured,

Among the ladies present were

Mrs. Lynn Chalmers, Mrs. Gene

Dav. Mrs. Liana Diaz Granados,

Mrs. 'Ralph Frangioni, Mrs. Ed

ward Hartley. Mrs. John Hinely,

Mrs. Frank Leap, Mrs..; George

Holcroft, Mrs. Frank Loughran,
Mrs. Robert Mills,. Mrs. Helen

Peedrick, Mrs. Manuel Quintero,

Mrs: John Redding, Mrs. James

Sheffield. Mrs. William Shire y,

Mrs. Robert Simms, Mrs. William

Stephen. Mrs. Lewis Stevenson,

Mrs. George Stillir t, rs.: Wil

liam Therrell, R!r : .y .Trow.
V 's. Richard .vuod a
Ucs. Llewellyn v.,,,;,,
Doris Pabon 8rido-oloct '
Honbrod -.V". -v ;,-'
Miss Doris Pabon of New Cirs
tobal, whose marriage to Mr. Ar

nold Ray Perkins of Fort Gulick
will be solemnized Saturday eve evening,
ning, evening, Sept. 22,. at Our Lady of The
Miraculous Medal Church, was

guest of honor at a lingerie show

er given Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mr, and Mrs. John

W. Urey in New Cristobal ?

Hostesses for the shower were

Mrs. Urey: her niece, Miss Shei

la Gilbert of Ancon, who will be
Miss Pabon's maid of .honor, and
Miss Marcella Leignadicr, w h o

will be a bridesmaid.

An attractive arrangement of

bamboo orchids and fern formed

the centerpiece refreshment table.

The honoree was showered with
the gifts which had been cleverly
placed in an umbrella decorated
with white ruffles and r i b b o n
streamers and suspended from

the doorway.

' Those honoring the attractive

bride-to-be were her mother, Mrs,
Manuel Pabon her grandmother
Mrs. Susana Gaitan, and her cou

sin, Miss Carmen Gaitan, includ-

ed the Misses Sandra Motta, Ma Mary
ry Mary Morland, Barbara Gege. Auro

ra and Arlinft Um. Virginia Chin

MisMaria del Rosario Ortiz de Kay Murray, Ann and Kathleen

Zevauos and Miss, Xfidda ColanBrede, Betty Smith, Margia and a '57
tfmeneUVf,;,.yj.4v,;''Vv ;.:;- Barbara Connard, Lynda Geyer, prize

Lydia Smith and Suzanne Lrey.

Also Mrs.vJfi. w. uranai, j r 3.
George F.Gercich and Mrs, B.
Donald Humphrey.
Mr. And Mrs; Fabon Entortainv
Followimi Woddina Rehearsal

' Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Pabon en

tertained with a buffbt supper on

Saluday evening, at uieir home in
New Cristobal for their daughter.
Miss Doris Jane Pabon. her fian

ce. Mr. Arnold Ray Perkins; and

the following members of their
wedding party. Miss SheiU G 1 1-

bert. Albs Marcella Lcienadier

Miss Carmen Gaitan. Mr. Carl

Engel,' Mr. Victor M'zvachi ; and
Mr Andrew Lm, following the re

hearsal for their wctitlm which

will Uko place Saturday, Sept. 22
Mr. And Mrs. Gerald Stroop
Parents of Daughter

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Stroop

of Margarita are receiving the

congratulations of their friends on
the birth of a daughter,: Leslie Su

zanne, on Thursday., bpet. 13, at

Coco Solo Hospital.

Mr. Stroop is employed with Ihe

Terminals Division at t nstnhar.

Mrs. Stroop,-' the f ; : Leueve

Dough, is the; daugiiitr of Mr
and Mrs. Glen C. Dough of Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. The baby's paternal grand

parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. Clyde

btroop, former Canal Zone real

dents,- who now make their home

.in Sarasota,, Florida, :, y j
IAWC Luncheon X
At Gold Club-u.:V;,M''v.6

The Inter-AmeHcan Women's

Club will hold a luncheon, Wednes

day at 12:30 p.m. at the Panama
Golf Club. Members may h r i g

guests, tan toe ouice lor reserva

tions. ,
Bridge Tournament
At Tivoli

The Ancon Balboa Duplicate
Bride Association will hold its

weekly tournament tonight at 7:00

at the Tivon Guest House card
Room. Bridge players and guests

are welcomed.
Raffle To Finance
School Bus
Tickets for a raffle by the Insti

tuto Alberto Einstein are being

circulated by ladies of all the Jew

ish communities in Panama. The

purpose is to raise money to pur pur-cnase
cnase pur-cnase a bus for the school chil children."
dren." children." As well as individual ticket-

sellers the following stores have
tickets for sale at $1.00 each Fe

lix Maduro, Zig Zag, Sastrena
Londres for $1.00. The first prize

Chevrolet stauonwagon, 2nd
$1,000 worth of electrical

Bilboa Womtn't Club

His Successful Tea

The opening tea of the Balboa

woman i uub was held on

Wednesday at the U.W.B. and was
enjoyed by 86 members and

guests. Mrs. Peggy Parker, Pres President
ident President of the Chib introduced the
guests of honor, Mrs. W. E. Pot Potter
ter Potter and Mrs. H. W.' Schull Jr.,
and welcomed ten new members
to the club and two former mem members.
bers. members. i ',
Mrs. Mary Ruppel, Program
Chiirman, presented two High

School girls, Gery McGriff and
Keith Roberts in a Chinese skit
which delighted the members. The
two refreshment tables were artis artistically
tically artistically decorated by Mrs. Louise
Merchant and Mrs. EmUy Bolton
in the Chinese Motif. One one ta table
ble table was an arrangement of yellow
and white dahlias and blue hydran hydrangeas
geas hydrangeas in two brass vases with Chi Chi-ttble
ttble Chi-ttble had easter lilies and yellow
dahlias in white cloisonne with
Chinese figurines. The refresh refresh-ments
ments refresh-ments carried out the oriental mo
tif and were planned by Mrs. Ruth

Jenkins and Mrs. Florence Klip Klip-per.
per. Klip-per. During the tea Mrs. Audrey

nmcaia piayea aeiigbtiul back background
ground background music. ; ; : ;
' The following members and
guests attended; Mesdames W. E,

Potter, H. Wj Schull Jr.. M. Klip,
per, I. Jenkins, A. Schraf, W. An

gus, G. O. Parker, M. McGril, J.
Bourgeois, W. Daniels, A. Brown,
L Dunn, E. Coffey, W. Young, A.

Holeerson, H. Fahrubel, A. Saar:-

den, J. Nordeng, M. Aanesen, F.

uitenberg. W. Hughes, S. Trail, w.

Tucker, A. Plumer, R. Evans, C.

Johnston, G. Gonzalez, M. Smouse,
R. Gussick, P. Ryan. A. Turner,

W. Lindsey, W. Epperson. W, AW!

len. H. Bathman, W. Davis, A. Ir

win, B. Powell, F. Bryan; M. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, A. de Castro, H. Marshall, E.

Millspaugh, O. Worley, E. Stevens,

M. siotkin. J. cooKe; ueara, a.

Nord, E. Van Horn, M. McCul-

louzh. C Garcia. E. Dean. T,

McKibbon, G. DiPisco, J. Kincaid.

c. uiougn, t Hack, u. uisen, J

Lusky, P. Bolton, S. Kawley, M,
Igan. G. McGriff. K. Roberts. H.

Quinlan, W. Hearoh, W. Merchant

E. Munro. R. Parker, L. Drew, D.

Howerth, F. Harrington, A. Ger-

rans,. S. Hamilton, J. Casey, K.

Kilbey, J. Carter, C. Boyer, M.

Acker, A. Bouche, V. Winstead, G,
Joustra, and L. laon.
Beta Sigma Phi Sorority
Holds First Mooting of Year -

Ruth Morris Vice President, o o-pened
pened o-pened the first- meeting or the So-

is'rority year, at the home of Jean Min Dottie Cotton I

Coffey Tuesday evening in Marga- Loavos For College I
rita. Ruth Morris told of meeting; Miss Dottie Cotton daughter of

Shirley Willock, a Beta Sigma Phi;
member in Canada, who was chos chosen
en chosen Queen of the annual Stamnede

in Canada. She goes to Hollywood
to be on the Queen For A Day
program, and has been invited to

After the business meeting the

re-

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Cotton!
of Balboa, left by PAA plane
Wednesday to enter Kelsey Jenny
Business College in San Diego,

liltUUllua. .''..

Miss Cotton was born and rais

ed on the Canal Zone and grat-

..ii iu citM oi i3t vm

Buy the Easy way at Household Exchange
nTTA DELIVER AT ONCE , Paying only
DOTTELE BEDS WITH SPRING AND NEW MATTRES3 8.00
HOLLYWOOD STYLE BEDS WITH SPRINO AND NEW MATTRESS ..... 6.00
MSTAL BEDS WITH SPRINO AND NEW MATTRESS ................... 5.00
MODERN MAHOGANY WARDROBES t J ". 7.50
DRESSER WITH LARGE MIRROR AND STOOL ....i. .................. -7.fi0
DINING ROOM TABLE WITH 4, UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS 8.00
MODERN LICORERAS ,. 4 . ...'. ...... 10.00
LIVING ROOM SET (different styles) : 10.00
DF'S1 6.00
PAfcU. BEDS WITH MATTRESS 6.00
- AND TCE BALANCE YOU MAY PAY IN It MONTHS
WE STILL HAVE A FEW METAL BEDS 9.50, DRAWERS 14.S0, NIGHT TABLES
. 5.50, CHAIRS 1.50, LINOLEUMS FROM 6.95. s
10 TO 20 DISCOUNT ON ALL CASH SALES
II OUS EH OLD EXCIIAN CE
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ICrDXJICT.T.CIiiaCUS-riAVCnrUt-THIIFlY

urm a err a er in imu MiAni

ported on by Pat Bailey generalSaIbo iLsD ScnoI-

wool will be held at the Hotel,N'Y' Times Correspondent
WcTiinitnn Vm, a. IV lilt 1 bflOrlV

The admission is Sl.50 and m ew Yors Times correspondent

zy hat. At the close of the meef- Psul Kennedy stopped in Manama
ing, Kathleen Hoffman and KeUy briefly, fcriuay'en route trora
Wanio were appointed for hostess- Mexico City to Trinidad. v
es for the next meeting to be held ''' '
at Kathleen's home on Sept. 26.
Betty Slaughter, program chair Legion Auxiliary ;
man for the evening, held a Quiz Givea BINGO Party

show, patterned after a Television! Tnc American region Auxiliary
show, with a panel 'and -judges. i held its monthly Bingo party for

was on me onstituti'"i'ie paueus at .-ai

uie Red Cross Kecreauou Room
on Wednesday,!, j

ui me neu oigma rni soror 4.
Prizes were won by Barbara
golf and Anna May Butcher.

Betty Slayehter then save a iiiv

on the Interpretation of Love. She
summed up her speech with the
love of the Beta Sigma Phi Ritual
in forgetting of self and loyal serv
ice to our. fellowmen. t After the
Cultural talk chances were taken
on the white eleDhant sift

by Mary Danielsen. the sift w

wen by Boots Mitchell. A very en
joyable evening was had by Ruth

Hiwn-ia, .eiiy wanio, o Kathleen
Hoffman. Jean Judeer n t

Slaughter. Boots JUitrhpl! Pat

iey, ana aaroara icgolf.

Mrs. And Mrs. Winter Collins

nerurn rrom Mexico
Mr. and Mrs. Winter fnirin.

with their three children, Cristina.
U.ui. 1 . 1 1 ,.

uian-ia mua jueuoaa recently ra

turned from a 2-month stay in San

ta re. New Mexico, where theyl

vuiiea wiin iirs. touins moiner
and sister. .

IHlotsofpsp?
Diink... :

Mr
.

The Juices of different, tardea.

trcsh vegetable arc blended int
thia famous drink. Yoongtteri lore)
fca lively flavor, and thrive on its

vitamin-packed
foodntta. At meat meat-time
time meat-time or between

aneala V-l civei
. them the refresh
Stent they want,
ad the nourlih"
snent they need.

0
,s.

The committee composed of Mrs

Anita McKeosvn. chairman, Mrs..

Dolores M. Couy and Mrs. hicauu."

Connor, served punch and case
.nd conducted the games.
Special prizes were won by S
-Sgt S. Iruegas and SP-3 JJ Too-

mann, each witn a record ox s
hits. Other prizes were won1 by
Don Terry, SP 2 R. W. Caviflder
and SFC. T. C Jones.

Parish Welcomes j ;
Rev. Josse Renew ' ',
The Parish of St. Margarets and
Our Savior will give a supper to

welcome the new Priest-in-chargt

the Rev. Jesse K. Renew and
family, tonight at 6 p.m. at the
parish hall of the church of St.

Margaret in Margarita. All ladies

are urged to bring their favorite
casserole or salad.
(Continued on Pag I)

(man TRUST)
fuSED CARS;.. J
( ifromyour'
( FORD DEALER ; ; J
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TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR
SPECIAL SALE OF THE WEEK
20 Discount On

t.LC

REFRIGERATORS

FROM

with Jva 4oors at the
price of One door :

completely; automatic
De-Ices .without using heat and defrosts
. without raining food ; ; : 1
Ita Air Conditioner maintains foods fresh (covered
s or uncovered)
Preserves freten foods at aafe temperature,
always below aero.
No controls to fix or to forget ; '".:.
Members of "CUfiNTAS COMERCIALES"

A V

jVfhi a (,u mm M sfcii J'- aUi
icivc ci nnoQi

wrnitURE STORE

Central Ave. and 21st t. St. Tels:' MJ30 MI3J

SPECIAL

By

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ALLACE

1

WHEN YOU -BUY A.'
40 PIECE SERVICE ;
' for, eight m ; :
. ROSE POINT
or ;;f
GRAND COLONIAL;
' FOR F
v;,,.;V'-k ,;v,.-, .j.-- ';,v!,'.tii''; ':.; '.'
YOU GET FREE
1 SOLID MAHOGANY. -".t
SILLER CHEST ? ; $30.-
PLUS 4 STERLING "
SERYING PIECES

sugar spoon ; 4
BUTTER SERVER : !. ;
HOLLOW HANDLE ; ;
CHEESE SERVER V
CAKE BREAKER, 34.25

TOTAL $64.25

STATES SIDE VALUE $364.25
DIRECT CANAL ZONE
DELIVERY

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.''XT..,,. nr ha iinpvnrrterl death in
New York City of George Koegler,)
Dead oi me iegai aepimi
Standard Oil Company (New Jerer Jerer-teyV
teyV Jerer-teyV was recevoed by cable Uus
weekend by Esso Standard Oil in
Panama City. Funeral services
,re to be new wis morning. - --'
' --' 'Mr. Koegler's widow, Mrs. Elvi Elvi-lfa
lfa Elvi-lfa Koegler, is a granddaughter
of. the first President of Panama,
if. Manual Amador Guerrero.
tMr. Koegler was well known on
the Isthmus. ,:.- t-
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Cerveceria Nadonal .... SI
Chlrlcana d tech .... H
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Panamefia d fibrat ... 11
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Panamefla da Tabaco .. It 11 Vi
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE-Mtal dratsar, desk,
table, kitchen table, plant and
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jakk al. Leavinf. 1539-B
Mang Street, Balboa, C.Z. 2 2-3204.
3204. 2-3204.
FOR SALE-Chett of drawert,
dreuin table with large mirror,
tablo model General Electric ra radio.
dio. radio. RCA coniole model 24-in.
tlTiion. Phon Curundu 7124.
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PROMOTION Irt ceremony at Caribbean Command head headquarters
quarters headquarters last.weeK, Comdr, William. R.. May, received his new.
insignia of rank from his will, June,, and Col. Oi a Frake,
assistant Chief of Staff. J-4, where may is assigned an as assistant
sistant assistant operations officer.' i (US Army Photo)

V
"WMAT'R I r.r.iwr- Tn nn

...... w m w va W eW TIIIII I I II. llVgla a 'iia
four-yeai-old Mike Sibole's main concern of the moment,, as
he runs his hands over a life-sized toy koala bear. The story

ut um loucnea neans inrougnout tne world when he lost both
eyes to a cancer operation to save bis life. Lelia Marehant,
a oortnrv in CvHndiv A urfAli' .j u:

i tfnd saved enough money to buy the toy tor him; Tte koala
k W&s flown in. and nrAcinfaH in Mib-- t hU ririoni vi.

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a-toHBrinkley, left, .g,
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; Citp of tjiUbclptVia
ta to fttitSy iiaA
- ,s honorary mm

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NEW HONOR FOR THE PRINCE Prince Rainier, ot
Monaco, has received a copy of the certificate, above, desig- ;
Bating him as honorary citizen of Philadelphia. The City ot j
Brotherly Love Is Grace Kelly's home town. .. J

' LOURDES PHARMACY
. 1S2 La CarrasquUla
fARMACIA LOMBARDO
N. I "B" 8 tint
" MORRISON
4th at July At. A J St'

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STEEL SHAPES FOR
SALE: Sealed bids, for opening
in public, will be received until
10:30 a.m., September 21,
1956, for angles; channels; half half-rounds;
rounds; half-rounds; I-beams; Tilve parrs;
and alloy, reforging, bar, plate,
carbon, nickel, chrome-vanadium
and structural steel. For further
information and copy of Invito-
tion No. 305 contact Division of
Storehouses, Balboa, telephon
2-1815.
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; Av. TItsU No. 4 v
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS 1
14 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 'J
1(4 Central Avenue

LESSONS
"Doras Wait School of Dancing
accepting nrollmnt NOW for
children 3 years old and up.
Classes for beginners, intcrme-
.. diates, and advanced students is)
very age group. Columbus Club,
Balb. Phon 2-2363.
Llona Sears teaching program. for
children 3, 4, 5 years of age will
not only develop th axception axception-ally
ally axception-ally talented child, but will de develop
velop develop th. exceptional in every
: child. Telephone today for talent
analysis, El Panama 3-1661, ax ax-tension
tension ax-tension III. ....,;
It is a thrilling and exciting ad adventure
venture adventure to b transformed into a
new, fascinating person while he he-ing
ing he-ing presented at the same time
with a new lease an lit, hahh
and happiness. A new CHARM
court for woman will begin I
October at LLONA SEARS' STU STUDIO
DIO STUDIO in El Panama. Registration)
open, pleas call 3-1661 far in information.
formation. information. Dancing, being .both a cultural
and a social art, is the perfect
.-,mdium through:' which to ac accomplish
complish accomplish valuable training in the
- personal and social graces, good
: manners, poise and respect for
others. Correct Instruction by an
experienced teacher assures your your-child
child your-child of this training. Llona Sars,
griduat Arthur Murray instruc instructor,
tor, instructor, member of th Dane Mas Mas-tar's
tar's Mas-tar's of .America, accredited with
. the Panama Ministry af Educa- :'
, tion, announca now classes in
ballroom dancing for 'teen-agers
(Cotillions) beginning Wednes- :
. day, September 19th in th Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama. Picas call Pan Panama
ama Panama 3-1661 for further infor-
tnation. V. y (
BY POPULAR DEMAND
Miss HARNETT will hold
Ballroom dance classes at
CRISTOBAL YMCA start starting
ing starting Sept. 27th Thursdaj
and every Thursday there thereafter,
after, thereafter, for ADULTS, COU COU-PLES,
PLES, COU-PLES, PRE-TEENS-TEEN.
AGERS and PRIVATE
LESSONS BY APPOINT APPOINT-MENT
MENT APPOINT-MENT ONLY. REGISTRA REGISTRATION
TION REGISTRATION for all will be held
Sept. 20th Thursday from
3:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Cris Cris-tohat
tohat Cris-tohat YMCA. AU types of
dances both American and
Latin will be taught. For
further information call
BALBOA 2-4239 s
HARNETT & DUNN
k- TOUGH
ST. LOIIT5? ftrPl A enhnn.
ban family watched in horror
When its fotir-month-nlrl darhshunrl
puppy backed into a heavy-duty
floor model erectrie fan. The dud.
py's tail was uninjured, but the
fan lost two of its three blades.
FAMILY 200
MEMPHIS (UP) It's not
the four children making an the
niise in the Bob Vernon Home.
The Vernons own two ponies,
three talking parrots, three mon
keys; two nawks. a pair of canar
ies, a mynan Dira, a cockateau, a
Chihuahua and a Persian kitten.
SERVICE
is as clost as..
your telephone
...Calis'TiU 10:00 pm
TV Service
. ,.
Complete TV Testing
Sgj; ka.in.ai .-..a m-mmm.rn.-imi
'' '"'.' i '","' "V'
'-ANTENNA
our specialty s
' CALL 2-2374
TELERAD

CORNER "H" and DARIEN

RESORTS

FOSTER'S COTTAGES and larga
beach house. Ona mile pact Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phana Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS OcaonsMe Cettagas,
Santa CUra. Baa 435, Boiboa.
Phana Pananta 1-1177. Crisre-
hal 3-U73.
6ramlich't Santa Ciara Beach
Cottage. Modern conveniences,
moderate rare. Phon Gambol
6-441.
MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031, ANCON. CX'
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
"GREY GLORY," the only par par-manent
manent par-manent mad exclusively : for
white and gray hair. guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed not to discolor... equally
sate for blondes. Stateside li licensed
censed licensed operators. Genelle Beau Beauty
ty Beauty Shop, Cocoli Clubhouse, Navy
3812.
. Mr. Car Owner: Ara you disgust disgust-ad
ad disgust-ad with tha present servicing of
your autor Why not call Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs, Phana
456-A. 16th Street Melendes,
Colon, R.P.
FOR RENT: Office spac in
"Gloriole" building, across from.
Hotel El Panama. Moderate rent rental.
al. rental. Picas, apply Foto Halcea
(next door). Telephone 3-1179
or 3-6082.
FOR SALE: Necchi Bu Mira Mira-Magic
Magic Mira-Magic Wheel, like new in solid
mahogany cabinet $295. Why
am I selling it? Because I bought
' "Necchi Supernova." Phana
Mrs. Chat, Balboa 1751 ? v.
Ford Foitndation
Giyes 44 Grants
To Medital Schools
NEW YORK, Sept., 17 (UP) -The
- Ford Foundation yesterday
announced erants tntnlinp 9! mil.
lion dollars to 44 privately support-l
ea meaicai schools m the United
States.- I
Thn fnnnriatinfi enit tha tAtnl tn.l
eludes $500,000 for each ; of 43
four-year schools and, $250,000 to
the two-year medical school at
Dartmouth University, Hanover J
MISS 0BER0N STRAYS
FROM PATH .OF
MOVIE RECTITUDE
,1 Lv
i
Because Merle Oberon sud
denly decided it was time for
& change, she will be seen In
one of the most unsympa unsympathetic
thetic unsympathetic feminine roles ever es essayed
sayed essayed by a screen star In "The
Price of Fear," suspense dra drama
ma drama In 'which she co-stars
with Lex Barker OPENS AT
THE LUX. In the new picture
Miss Oberon is an overly am ambitious
bitious ambitious career oman who
causes a hit and run acci-
cident, manages to divert sus suspicion,
picion, suspicion, from herself to Bar Barker,
ker, Barker, then feigns love for him
in order to delude him Into
further Incriminating him
self. This is the first time in
her more than two dozen film
roles that Miss Oberon has
strayed to the hissable side of
acting, in her early days -or
stardom shev sllnked across
the screen in' a succession of
exotic roles for such films as
"Dance of the Witches" and
"Thunder In The East." Her
stature as an actress grew In
such movies s "The Private
Life of Henry VII" "The Scar
let Pimpernel" & "Wuthering
Heights," but she remained in
the cinematic paths of right
ousness. The only big chance
in her career came when Pro Producer
ducer Producer Samuel Goldwyn took
her out of the heavy exotic
make-up and transformed her
into a modern young woman
in The Dark Angel." Another
modern role.' in "These
Three" led to an Academy A A-ward
ward A-ward nomination. "Every ac
tor, or actress should shake
up one's career at regular in intervals"
tervals" intervals" Is the way Miss Obe Oberon
ron Oberon explained her taklntj the
nart .in "The Price of Fear."
"I am not only playing my
nrsi unsympatneuc role: i m
also appearing In my first
modern suspense story. The
combination of the two has
given me a new experience
before the camera. I hope it
will intrigue movie audiences
as much as It does me. "THE
PRICE OF FEAR" OPENS ON
THURSDAY 20 AT THE LUX.

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE,
J. Fee. a la Ona Ave. Me.' 41
" FOTO DOMY
. Jute Arosemciia At, ana tS ft.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS V;
V M Street N. n '

. i .FOR SALE- r FOR RENT m
; Automobiles Apartmenu i
MUSA SELL: 1955 Pontia ATTENTION 6. LI Just built
Cnvrtibl. Perfect condition, modern far is bad SMitiMnta, I
4tl 'ft rt,p hi9hwl 2 tad,MM, hot, .M , t
affr. Call 3-1712. Phono Penema 3-4941.
FOR SALE:" -1953 Cadillac ( FOR RENT: Newly furnished
door, Sana 62. Radia, hydrema- and unfurnished apart ma n t s.
tic Phono Curundu- 7124, j Alhambra Apartments, J 0th St.
. FOR SALE-!956 M Statiaa 8061. Phana 1386, Colon.
Wagon (Country ; Sedan) 4-daar, FOR RENTt Modern apartment
S-passanger. Used anfy thrae (first Near) t 2 bedrooms, bach bach-months.
months. bach-months. Many extras. Phon Ft. yard and front yard, inspected
Kobbe 6231 r see at 95 1 -B, and furnished. $80. Tha bast
Ft. Kobbe Big Tree Area. you can find for this price. Ave.
. FOR SALE:-I94I Pontiac Da- J" d TAn"
luxe 4-doer Sedan with hearer FOR RENT: Furnished apart apart-!T
!T apart-!T r'!. $35 ,"4", bodroam, all screened.
House 0858-B, Balboa, Phana Automobile Row, $70. Phona 3-'
2-2362. 1648. ;
. .. FOR RENT: Accessible te
- 1 1 U U T 1 II fi nom' dinertV-kiuhen! Calla Da Da-JElfillllUij
JElfillllUij Da-JElfillllUij ""..trMtfr.,
, ; FOR RENT

. Each notice fat iaxlsnian iae this
column should bo submitted in
type-written farm and mailed ra on
of tha has numbers listed daily in
"Social and Othsrwisa," ar deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to th affic. Noticas af
meetings cannot ho accepted by
telephone ;
Daughters of tha Amarican -Rovolution
. '
Panama Canal Chapter daughters
of the American Revolution will
hold a business mee ting and
brunch in the Graden Room of the
Hotel Tivoli on Saturday morning
sept zz at :30. i
All members of the Chapter.
visiting DAR members of other
Chapters, and ladies eligible. for
membership are invited to attend.
Please call Mrs. Austin F. Yoder
2-3039, for reservations by Sept.
2, .
Mutual Aid Club
Army Mothers
To Meet Tuesday At Paraiso (
A meeting of the Paralso Mutual
Aid Club and the Pacific Branch
of Army Mothers will be held at
the Paraiso Service Center Meeting
Hau tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
Social and Qtkenuidt
'(Continued From Page FIVE).
Balboa Women's Club
Hat Successful Card Party
ine card uroup ot the Kamoa
Woman's Club had another well
attended and well enjoyed card
party Thursday afternoon at the
Fort Amador Officers Open Mess.
The afternoon included desert
brdge and Bolivia.
.-!' ... :
' Co-hostesses- were Mrs Claire
Irwin and Mrs Edith Brown. Mem
bers and guests participating were
Ruth Jenkins, Billie Lindasy,
Louise Merchant, Peggy Parker,
Jacoba Justra, Edith Brown, Dot
Alien. Molly Johnson. Gladys Di
Pasca,' Blanche Schilling, Edith
Eppley,. Ruth Strauss, Mary Rup-
pe, rtuin cainmann, jeannette
M c K i h b i n. Aggnes Hearon,
Marina jtiamutos Claire Irwin,
Rose Casey, Libby Lacey, Hazei
D, Brooks, Ruth Kongable, Helen
M. Quintan, Juana Pennington
Lois Van Horn, Hasel Kileby,
Leona" Saarinen, Kay Daniels
Maja Nordenig, Maria Days,
Mary Aanesen, Florence Klipper.j
Ruby Beard, Augusta Cook,
Edith Nard, Helen Adler and
Emily C. Bolton. i
' Plans We been completed for
.a no-nosi luncnenn and rent nnrtv
on. 27 Sentember at th pim
uou cnin. MemDen and guest are
coruiauy jnvuea. : ;
..' '. "' ''
Leeches Hang On
As Relics Of Past ;
ST. LOUIS (UP)Leeches', the
old-time remedy for aliments like
hypertension, are still hancrintf nn
to a small popularity and a spot
on the shelf of a St, Louis drug
store. .-
Ben Plocker, the last dispenser
of leeches in St. Louis, says he
seus 4u w su a week, at Si each
They are small, medium and
large. The longest of the blood
suckers are, about three inches.
Leer-fiea rpnt nnrh
- v U1UVU MWU
ble to keep than are other types of
mprlirlnals nf tvhlxk- PliuV
v nu.vw mum II..
an un-to-date and iH(vniat nn-
piy. iney require no IOOO, ana
need a Chan?, of water nnlu three
or four days.
Most of PlocVer's leech custom
ers are immigrants from Euro European
pean European countries, where the annelid
worms have been used for medi medicinal
cinal medicinal purposes since the Middle
Ages. The most popular use now
is on varicose veins, but the more
modern users apply them to black
eyes.v ;, ?"'f. :'.; ",-
Plocker has sold leeches for 75
years, because he likes to consider
his pharmacy as a combination of
both the old and new in medicine.
And judging from their continu continuing
ing continuing popularity, he looks for leeches

FARMACIA EC BATURRO
r Farqu Lefevr T Street
V FARMACIA "SAS t
':'.'.'' Via Pm 111 '.
' NOVEDADES ATHIS
Via Espana At. -.

Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished hous in
; Ecuador Av. N. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, toilet
room with bath,' interior yard,
garage, hot watr,- living room,
. dining room and kitchen. You
can sea ft during offica hours.
Also' another house with 4 bad-
-rooms, garden, ate. r.

;t Showing At Your Service Centtr Theatres Tcnight i
BALBOA Richard Egan -. Dana Wynter.
Air-conditioned "VIEW FROM POMPEY'S HEAD"
6:15 & 8:20 Tuesi Wed. "SECOND GREATEST SEX"

DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:00
"HELL'S HORIZON"
Tnes.f"Face To" Face

CRISTOBAL Rock Hudson Cornell Borchers
Air-Conditioned "NEVER SAY G00D3YE"
8:15 & 8:15 Tuesday "PKENIX CITY STfi.lY

PARAISO 6:15 r 8:10- SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:15
"TO CATCH A THIEF "PIER 23"
. j. 1 .

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:40
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LAST. DAY!
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Real Estate
FOR SALE: House at Santa
Clara, furnished. Retiring,- Will
sacrifice. Phana 6-441.
FOR RENT;
1 Kooms
FOR RENT Furnished, ant bit
bedroom and bath,- Very cool,
private entrance, $45.- Phen I I-1648.
1648. I-1648. FOR SALE;
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 'A-bp 25-cyd.
.1 10-220 v volt Wagner .lectrie
motor, $30.' Phon Gamboa 6-20.
' ',1 i'--T
FHESIDZIITE
60c. TODAY '30c
Double Weekend Attraction!
' In Technkolorl
-" WALT DISNEY'S-
'The. Yanishincj Prairie"
I. 1 4:55 S:30 p.m. ..
' Plusi Virginia; Mayg v
Robert Stack In
, "GREAT DAY IN THE THE-,
, THE-, MORNING" .;
2:50 9:40 pan."
MARGARITA 6:15 8:00
"LITTLE BOY LOST"
Tues. "Hurricane Smith" (
"THE COBWEB"

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Great Double" o! Action!
THE LAST COMMAND
with Ernest Borgnine and
Sterlin? Hayden
A MAN ALONE
with Ray Milland
And famous musical short:
"MAMBO

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' PHENIX CITY
STORY
with John Mclntlrt
AN ANNAPOLIS
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with John Derek

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- SHAKEDOWN
RETURN FROM
" THE "SEA
, and -.
TANGIER INCIDENT

This cni That

Answer to Previous Purile

, 'ACEOSS 9

1 md cats
S and bat
I Musical
' direction

11 Esg-Shaped

13 Operatic solo.
14 and hUn

1 J Shark- .-,,

XI Baba
. and the forty,
thieves ',

II Poetry mm

1 Commanded
t Places
21 Enervate

34 i

I black sheep

1ST Virginia

DOWN

vl A ol his
"own medicine
1 tnd
'above
J Festive-
'4 Narrow
boards
- 9 Contemptuous
exclamation
'6Welodic
7 Falsifier

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Whetstone
10 Distant
' (prefix)
11 Dry
18 Force

20 Comforts

24 Soap pieces
J5 Region
26 Ringed

and seas 28 Insect egg

!2B Buy and 22 Rips

)2 Bruise
. i medicine
14 Thoroughfare
' aGlve ',--'
7 Take umbrage
J9S of
f Tarsus (Bib.)
Jllore ;
! rainy day
41 Legal matters
42 Without
or hindrance
44 Sailors
4S Most beloved
tuWeM
f )53 tnscct
B4 Santa's steed
CS a
f thousand
' deaths
C7 Antitoxins i'
8 Connive.
JM.-f even
CO Garden of

30 Crescent

31 Permits
33 More indolent
35 Swerved
40 Dress
43 Concise ."..--450ozes
.

4 5 Part of a

pedestal

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48 Sow
SO Depend

31 Wash and

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53 Feminine
, nickname ';

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PRESENTS

v Today, Monday, Sept 17
P.M.. :'
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Yonr Favorite (re (re-quests
quests (re-quests taken by phona

tui 3:00)
S:30 News

5:3S-What's Youx FtYOtltl
t (.(cont'd)
6:00 Allen Jackson Commen-
tary-

:15-BLJE RIBBON SPORTS
, REVIEW (Pabst Beer) I
6:30 WRUL Rebroadcast i
7:00 Over To You
7:30 VOA Report From .U.S.
8:00 Music By Roth
:30-Proudly We Hall
9:00 You Asked For rt-(re-
quests taken by phone
till 7:30) 1

10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under The Stars

12:00-Slgn Off

JACC3Y CI Cd,

By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service

Tax-Writing Soons To Give
List Of Legal loop-Holes

WASHINGTON. Sept. 17 (UP) fof the mammoth 1954 tax law

Congressional tax writers disclos-j nacted by the Republican C 0 a-
ed yesterday they will make pub- gress in 1954. :
lie next month a list of tax "loop- Chairman Wilbur Mills (D-Ark.1,

noies' under wnicn some iaxpay-,with bipartisan subcommittee sp-

Comic Hardy Still
In Serious Shape
Following Stroke

Workman Survives"
15-Foot Fall

From Framework

HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 17 (UP)-

ouver Hardv, rotund member of! ..mrrpnuT r c-t
the Uurel and Hardy comedy ,, CEr5' Cm SepJ- P-Z
team, was reported ''stifl in seri-l 2j.p .T,i. "i wolkm -ous
condition" yesterday-from ,'fn lori" front a steel frame-

. Wfirr VBTAM1W .nM niMtiniul

ers get greater benefits than Con-1

gress intended.

Most of the provisions are tech-l

meal and spply to restricted

proval, already has put the staff

to work drafting legislation to cor

rrt mnn thn 70 trhniril tvnA.1

irey

stroke suffered Friday.

Attendants at St. Joseph's Hoa

PoCce said the victim. Leon a

Laird, of w Haaven, was in err'

secretly forwarded to Con-'. 1 u-

.tL . i t wa.u& waut ei syucuiutiuw

groups of Kye social clri -Pt into the 1954 .Ux code. 'S JSA'A
cumstances. A House Ways In addition, the subcommittee mong other things. Humphrey's S..'. 1?, '"i LTr ofll!
Means subcommittee is consider-i hopes to reach sgreement on rec- list calls for tightening up provi-i ino. f!?,,? Vli
ing asking Congress to repeal the ommendations for revising 'or re-lsions. under which wealthy per-jS&m a wooden
provisions early next year. pealing provisions which imposed, sons now find it relatively easy tJ11

ai uvuipo van vma, ti f vsvi jpmj Uivm. UA vaielLC (alACS UJ

are tou strone enouflh

overcan, vulnerable,

A40V7fS. TY RADIO
by ErsMnt Johnson

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Closeups and Lor-garjots; Joe4 t,.
Erown is. grinning, his, old-time
srin. 'A magazine bought' reprint
fights at fl a word, to 30,000
words of his autobiography,
"Love Is a Wonderful Thing," due
in the bookstalls in October.
There's 'also niovie interest in his,
colorful career. I Look quick
anl -you'll see Audrey Hepburn s,
mother sitting at a Paris siaewaut
cafe in "Funny fce",M Audrey
,oiit Kv. She nlaved the bit for

Mevl akln is kitHnfl
.k as a wide, wide world bus

ness. 5 Hollywood monsy
nanclr);U films shooting

eian locations emirw

in this : country.

i ..-Ot.;w j.,,u, -t' .. --...., I

tNtA) unanes JUinaDergH used 365 sal

Ions of gasoline flying the Spirit
of St. Louis from ew York to
Paris 29 years ago. Warner Bros,
just added up the gasoline bill
for recreating the famous flight
In "The Spirit of St. Louis."
( Total: 7700 gallons.. ' :

...

IS Tt-

n for for-with
with for-with 22

Mother Nature

took ever with her reai scenery,
..ni.cino studio seenie' artists,

when theater
' screens. ;-

v Popcorn Man of the Yea r.

wun any member of the theater

fujitom inausiry eligible for the
award, will be crowned in New
S??'-,?2- A President of NO NO-POP;
POP; NO-POP; -(National Organization of
People Opposed to Popcorn). I
must insist that he be crowned
appropriately with a brick. A

uig one, piease.

Tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. It
A.M.

6:00 Sign On Alarm Clock
, Club (requests taken

by phone till 7:00) v
7:30 Mornlne Salon Concert

8:15 Church In The Wildwood

8:30 Musical Reyelllt i f
9:00 News ,"f .V"" 1
9:15 fiacred Heart r-s
9:30 Paris star Time '

10:00 JENNIFER'S JOU RNAL

: (Cute j and Odorono)

10:05 Spins and Needles (re (re-.
. (re-. quests -i taken Qnt

Ull 8:30)
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11:05 Spins and Neadles

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11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 News j
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12:05 Lunchtlme Melodies -i-
12:30 Sweet And Hot- iv -1:00
News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneers
1:45 Forward March
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show 11
2:30 Songs From The Shows

S.OOr-Hank Snow And His Rain-

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3:15 Sammy Sake Show
3:30 Music For Monday s
4:00 Feature Review.

4:30--What's Your Favorite.: t

to

at the level

of two? Only when your trump
suit is too strong for anybody to
double and hurt you. This was
far from the case in today's hand,

ss soutn tound out.

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Opening lead A 10 '

However, taxpapers receiving! "unintended hardshms" on

the benents win oe given a. taxpayers while granting "unin-l

chance to defend the provisions at tended benefits" to others,
subcommittee hearings in Novem-! The list of loopholes in certain

ber. to mclude 14 proposals for policy!

The hearings will lay the changes in the law which Treasu-

lifeipital in nearby Burbank said the'

44-year-old comic had responded
slightly to treatment but his con-

groundwork for revision next year ry Secretary George M. Humph- no rights of ownership.

converting their wealth into

insurance before their death.

As the lav stands now, insur-

estate taxes if the deceased held dition h4 not changed ; spprecia

ibly during the day.

When

West onened the ten" or xniri

dummy, covered with the jack, and
East won with the queen. East

switched to the ace of hearts, con

tinued with a heart to the king.

and ruffed a third heart., East

then led the queen of-clubs.

South, persolrinc cooiouslr. took

we ace ano returned a low eiun,

East won with the ten of clubs

and returned a trump. I h-f$

South finessed the .ten of dia

monds, and West won with the

jack.. West then led his remain

ing spade, and East took two

tricks in thst suit. West discard

ed the king of clubs on the third

round of spades, and East prompt

ly led the jack of clubs to allow

west to oyer-rutt declarer.-;

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taken t by

widened their

(r e q u ests

. phone till 3

5:30 News
5:35 What's Your Fayortt

nX. i5 E'Sht-year-old, 6:00-AUen Jackson Commen-
was. asked; "Who -do you thinl:iJ -tary

-eery luamers. workuig n "Th1 6:15 BLUsr BTRBftw

West got' out safely with his last
heart, and South still had to give
West another rump trick.' Declar

er won only three tricks, suffer
ing a penalty of 1,400 points.

If South had kept quiet. East

and West-would have played the

nana at a part score contract

Souths bad vercall therefore

cost him more than 1,200 points.

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North East South West

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juissing witness; at Columbia
are the most notorious scene
stealers in Hollywoode"
Replied the moppets "Adults.

sn Austin the- Eddie!

' .i.. io9n' it rcr-ordinal Tm Tiiifm.. : '

risna.w -- -:t; fi.- i uuo you u navf

again as a, ouua-up ii "jS.!"""""0 wneo uiey are double
biography, "Lonesome J o a a. billed on a theater marquee:

Gene sold 80,ouo,ow recants na pe Living End" and '.'End as

during a seven-year career. Xr : : .;- -
of his biggest hits was "My Blue

- Added proof that there's gold in

IS ": :

them thar- old movies noma v lilLL 1

'in. TV- MRM'a orotit to oaisoa

leasing 75 pte-19 flickers o;
Vm. irrxnl adds UP to

620,000,000. ; V ;'
' Nioht. iclob entertainers are

wide-eyed ever Danny t Thomas
revelation that he has ; life-tlma
deals with three naht clubs the
Sands Hotel in Las Vega, the
Chex' Pares in Chicago end, the
Copacabana in New York. -Annual
appearances; there, sayt Danny,
are 'for the rest of my life at my
eptieiv my salary and my
: leisure.1

Elvis Presley says he'd like to.

do the' Jimmy -Dean -film
biography. Oh, no! V.' v s Now- it's
75 per cent- of - all TV com commercials
mercials commercials on film.: -iVi-i'
K"tharine Hepburn and Spthcer
Tracy would like to co-star in an another
other another comedy and I'll second the
motion. 'It's regrettable," says
Kate, 'that no one has been able
to, fuid a comedy, such as we
formerly did, which would be

suitable for us," ut were s

plenty ; of comedy, .for Mts. Hep! David worked out' two. ouarlpr
as Bob Hope'.s.-.c.ostsr m Urn soon' horses Doodelcy-Doo and Sporty

to oe
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7:00 Interlude For Music f
7:15 HOW CHRISTIAN 8CI-
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7:30--VOA Report From U.S.
; 8:00 World Of jazz
: 8:30-4Jfe With The Lyons
9:00 Tou Asked For It (re-

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10:30 Music From Hotel El pan

. IN DEMAND
" OGDEN. Utah (UP) After a

lengthy discussion on the shortage;

of shelf space in Carnegie Free
Library, Councilman Elmer Myers
suggested building sdded space or
doing away with "some of those
hefty hooks like the Kinsey Re Re-port."
port." Re-port." The city attorney replied
that such books present no prob problem
lem problem .because "they're always a
checked out.

am
10:45 Temple Of Dreams

11:00 Concert Under The stirs

12:00-8ign Off.

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GETTYSBURG. Pa. Sept 17 J
(UP) President Elsenhower yes yesterday
terday yesterday gave his veight-year ... old
grandson,- David, a brief lesson in

norsemanship at the Eisenhower

near nere. -;
T"?!y?'!li? S0P of Msj. and Mrs

,.n o. tisennower, spent the

w.cwcuu ine "rm along with
his two sisters, Barbara Anne, 7
and Susan..,.;.. -Newsmen
.and

were invited .to visit the farm yes-'

j A me rresidcnt

" : youngsters.'

vm was colorfully garbed In

vumwieraie iieia cap, checker-

m.t.h I; m Jaemm Jacket and
matching blue jeans.
Kllft.11!? almost any other

u. ..ic uiuck except tor a prim prim-ply
ply prim-ply embroidered monogram.V'D monogram.V'D-DE
DE monogram.V'D-DE on the chest of his denim

'favid

Miss, He posed for most pictures

auodfa, apony. ; jiiss while t h e

i f, : am. Eisenhower and
vThe Mabel Wayne y Story," ; the two. girls watched fro m a

wnuen oy nancs unc rimj girai inaicnea jeep with "Ike

ver, is-..mBMU); uio- siuutu- iuuu.-oiij rajmic leurea on the hood

ASOAr rates iiaoei assure iujj, Mini puu on nis mouth tha

i m ei rresident called to David bi
Little, Sporty Miss circled the j e e o
and, "Keep your heels down and your
, j toes up. '
Someone noticed that- Tffitri r

NOT IN THE SCRIPT! Don! riding with a nrooerlv trJVll

Leper, -.the designer, about his back..
erafr; 'There's little diffrence
between dressing a woman and a 'Thatis what he is supposed to
ht.l lobby. Only the lobby is; do," the President said. Photo-

Heser, in most eases.",; : graphers yeUed at the Eisenhower'
family to get into a tighter or'
THE W1TNET; A Hollywocds-! smaller group m

man down to his last dollar afieri "This lead I've got on myi
buym? a sleek yacht gave it an, knees,". said Mrs., Eisenhower as'
innii-jns name; "Brokus." she juggled young Susan on h e r!
it l Hollywood. Mrs. Jones: 'lap,, "but it is mighty sweet lead.''
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Spanish Town,"- 'Ramona.'
'It Happened in Monterey.'

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Sizzling 3-Way Race
Continues In National

By FRED
NEW YORK, Sept.

the-srrouting in the American League but there s just
one more crisis today for the National League's

weary contenders
The New York Yankees need
only the formality of one victo-
, ry in tneir last 10 games w nau
down a record-equalling seventh
flag; In tight years under Casey
Stengel after splitting yester-
dav's doubleheader. with,. the
Cleveland .Indians. And they'll
go for thckill" Tuesday night
against Hit Chicago White sox
the only team that still has a
mathematical chance.,,y X
But over In the feverish NX.
rare, the Brooklyn Dodeers, mv
waukee Braves and Cincinnati
Redlegs go right back; ."Into the
pu" tonight, y ; ; ?
: TheDodeersiODenedDD a half
came lead .with Sal Maglie's
spine-tingling', .. 3-2 wm over
Cincinnati yesterday but face
the hard-hitune Realees again
tonight while the Braves tangle
with the New York Giants m a
twl-nieht doubleheader, cfeated
bv yesterday1 ralnout The
iDodgerS are in a position where
ta victory( w6uld assure their
.'holding? "first place for another
24 hours and would just about
end the, Redlegs' faint hopes.
The Braves, of course, must win
their doubleheader or suffer an an-.
. an-. other blpw in the vital ''lost col-
Clem Labine' (96) starts for
the Dodgers for the first time
thls season whlle the' Redlegs
are pinning their ."hopes ; on
Hal Jeffcoat 6-2K Gene Con Con-ley
ley Con-ley (8-8) and. Warren Spahn
. (17-10)- to 'for: the Braves a
gainst red-hot Johnny- Antot
, nelU (18-13) and Al Worthing.
' ton (513). -:..y, ,y,.,.--h;s,$
, '''VV,''v-:'"Si-'-V
The Yankees routed 19-game
'winner Bob Lemon with a 13-
single attack to win their open opener,
er, opener, 10-3. but Early Wynn scat scattered,
tered, scattered, nine hits ov-win the
nlehtcap for trip Indians, 4-3,
despite Mickey Mantle's 49th
, honifr..Tom'Sturdivanthalked
ud his 15th -win. vin the ifirst
game and 18-game winner John Johnny
ny Johnny Kucks suffered his eighth de defeat
feat defeat In the second game. ;
Maglie shut out the Redlegs
for 8 2-3 innings but gave .way
to Don Bessent when Smokey
Burgess cut the Dodgers' mar margin
gin margin to one run with a two-run
homer and Ray Jablonskl fol followed
lowed followed with a single. Bessent
yielded a single to Ed Bailey but
then retired Stan Palys for the
final out. The Dodders scored
two runs off Joe Nuxhall on
doubles by Jackie Robinson, Gil
Hodses and Dukev Snider in the
second innln? and added their
third run in the fifth on a sin single
gle single by peewee Reese and three
walks by Johnny Klippstein.
TMw fnconio'. ,35 20
- Double In Cinemascope!
1 Cyd Charisse hi
"MEET ME IN LAS VEGAS"
' i. Leslie Caron in "
. "GABY"
Today IDBAL .20 .10
Lex Barker in
"Battles of The Chief Pontiac'
George Reeves in
"THUNDER IN .THE PINES"

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17 (UP)-It's all over but
"'Murry Dickson pitched a six-
hitter to give the St. Louis Car.
dinals a 3-2 victory but the
Pittsburgh Pirates walloped 15
hits for a 9-3 win and the Phil
adelphia Phillies scored a 4-1
triumph after the Chicago Cubs
won meir opener, 7-4, in tne
other National League games.
': The White Sox escaped
'mathematical elimination n
the A.L. when they-beat the
Washington Senators, 7-5 and
7-2. Jack Harshman walloped
a' three-run homer en route
to his 14th victory in the
opener while Luis Aparlclo,
Larry Doby, Minnie Minoso
and Jim Rivera homered In
the nightcap for Chicago.
' . X y: '.. s
The Detroit Tleers made it 13
wins in 17 games when they
beat the Boston Red Sox 5-4 and
8-4- Harvey Kuenri singled
home the decisive run to can a
three-rup, ninthrinning rally in
w opener ana Rav Rnnne
knocked in five runs with a
homer and a trlnle in th.
ond game..
Alt' Ditmar turner! In fnn.
hitter as the Kansas Citv Ath
letics scored a 10-1 triumph aft after
er after Dick Williams' ninth-inning
triple enabled the Tinitimnr.
Orioles to win their opener. 3-2
xuc win juiaue uumar's record
YESTERDAY'S STAR Sal
Maglie of the Dodgers, who
beat the Redlegs, 3-2. i
BATS 1 .000 His bait sales
business permitted Bernie An Anderson
derson Anderson to fish just once on Lake
Chautaqua last season and this.
The Jamestown, N. Y., angler
boated the biggest muskalonge
taken each year 44-pound,
53-incher in 1953 and this one
weighing 37 pounds and measur measuring
ing measuring 51 inches. Used own bait.
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Pennant Races
At A Glance

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W L
86 56
86 57
S3 .59
Pet.
i06
.681
.585
Gb Gl
12
Brooklyn
Milwaukee
Cincinnati
M 11
3 12
Games remaining:
Brooklyn (12) At home (8)
Cincinnati, Sept. 17: St. Louis.
Sept. 18. 19; Philadelphia, Sept
25, 26; Pittsburgh, Sept. 28, 29,
30. Away Ai) Pittsburgh, Sept.
21, 22, 23, 24. v..
Milwaukee (11) At home (3)
Chicago, Sept. 21, 22, 23. Away
(8) New York, Sept. 17, 17:
Pittsburgh, Sept 18. 19; Cincin
nati:, Sept. 25: St. Louis, Sept
a, zs, 30.
Cincinnati (12) At home
(5) St Louis, Sept 21, 22, 23, 24;
Milwaukee, sept. 25. Away (7)
Brooklyn, Sept. 17: Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Sept 18, 18, 19, 19; Chica Chicago,
go, Chicago, Sept. 29, 30.
AMERICAN" LEAGUE
Teams
W t
92 52
80 62
Pet
.639
463
"! i
Gb Gl
JO
11 12
New York
Chicago
Games remaining
New York (10) At home (3)
Boston, Sept 28, 29, 30. Away
(7) Boston, Sept. 21, 22, 23: Ch'-
cago, Sept. 18; Baltimore, Sept.
24, 25, 26.
Chicago (12) At home (6),
New York, Sept 18; Kansas Ci City,
ty, City, Sept. 21, 21, 22, 23, 23. Away
(6), Detroit, Sept 24, 25, 26;
nansas uty, sept 28, 29, 30.
, Leaders
In The Majors4
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 350 official at bajs)4
NATIONAL LIAGUI '
Player; Club f it r b pet
Aaron, Mil. 142 562 104 184 .327
VirdonPStt. 147 542 73 173 .319
Moon, St L. 138 498 84 157 .315
S'dienst, N.Y. 119 442 54 139 .314
Clemen te, P. 137 499 60 154 .309
H AMlltl.CAN LEAGUE :i
Mantle, N.Y. 140 512127 179 .350
Williams, B. 126 364 65 127 .349
Kuenn, Det. 135 549 86 181 .330
Maxwell.- D. 130 456 92 149 .327
Nleman, Bal. 120 405 58 130 .321
HOME RUNS
Mantle, Yankees 49
tsniaer, Doagers
38
KoDinson.NRediegs
38
37
35;
35
aqcock, Braves ....
Mathews, Braves
Kluszewskl, Redlegs
, RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yankees,
Kaline, Tigers ......
Musial, Cards'..,;.;
Simpson, Athletics
Kluszewskl, Redlegs
121
118
103
102
102
RUNS
Mantle, Yankees . 127
Robinson, Redlegs 118
Aaron, Braves 104
Snider, Dodgers ...v... 103
Fox, White Sox;.. .". . "101
. .,ni., hits '' Vt
Aaron, Braves 184
Fox, Whi'ie Sox 181
Kuenn,. Tigers 181
Mantle, Yanks!; 179
Ashburn, Phillies 179
' PITCHING j
(Based on 16 Decisions)
. W L Pet
Newcombe, Dodgers 24'' 6
Ford, Yanks .,,.,,.,.18 .5.
Pierce, White Sox ...20 7
Freeman. Redlegs ,;.13 5
Brewer, Red Sox ,;..19 8
.793
.783
.741
.722
.704
BY BEArJS REARDOM
6VS Yaara in' National League
. Written for NEA Service
QUESTION':'' With runners on
first and second and one out, the
second baseman ran rather deep
into right field to catch a fly ball
It was ruled an infield Jly. Did
the umpire goof? Marguerite
Duncan.
.Answer: An infield fly is strictly
up to the umpire's iudgment.
Q. -The batter bunts on the third
strike and as the ball rolls up the1
tirst base line tne nrst baseman
kicks it into foul territory. What i
it? Jack Walker.
A. If s a fair ball.
Q. With a runner on second base,
the shortstop fumbles a grounder. I
With the fumble, the runner on
second base sprints for third. The
shortstop's throw had him beat, but
the third baseman drops the ball.
Who gets the error or errors?
Don Gutman. ,-
A. The shortop for permittina
lha battar to get to first bat and

third baman for permitting
tha man on second to advance to
third.
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Three World I rack And Field
Records Broken O ver Weekend

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CHAMP MEETS AN OLD FRIEND The morning after regain regaining
ing regaining his welterweight title from Johnny Saxton, Carmen Ba Ba-silio
silio Ba-silio tries on the hat of his old buddy, Marine. TSgt.' Jerry
Plunkett, In Syracuse as they recall their tour of duty to together
gether together In the Pacific. . ,

Pappa Fly

$5000 Classic Victory

The stud La Enea's
classy.
Pappa Flynn made it two con
secutive victories in the $5,000
added ; one mile and five-sixteenths
Gambling Control
Control de Juegos) yesterday
afternoon, at the President Re-
mon race tract
The win was a smasblne up.
set with Pappa Flynn returning
$60.80 to .win : and forming ? a
one-two combination with place
horse Paquiro, another outsid outsider,
er, outsider, ithat rewarded a few lucky
ticket holders $1,228 per ducat.
Pappa Flynn was the only
horse in the ten-horse classic
field that received a sensible
ride and profited handsomely
from his opponents errors. Pan Panama
ama Panama Jockey Alfonso Carbonell,
whosides in'lJmarPecu, but
is visiting ?his homelandii under
a contract xo une ranama uovi uovi-ernment,
ernment, uovi-ernment, did the booting aboard
tne winner. -, v' v'-Carbonell
Carbonell v'-Carbonell kept Pappa Flynn In
last place far oft the sizzling
pace being set by Polemon and
Town's Wall witn tne entire
field closely bunched behind tne
leaders, moat of them running
into Jams1 and crossing ; each
Other. .' :v ." i
Three furlongs v out Pappa
Flynn was given his head by
Carbonell ; and started to pass
horses as though they ; were
standing, pappa Flynn further
profited on the last turn where
Polemon, leading by more than
a lentvh, went very wide to lose
the lead .while the winner in increased
creased increased his margin and finally
came under the finish line
three lengths in front with
Carbonell keeping" a snug hold
on the reins. f
Paquiro, which survived re
peated interference, gal n e d
ground on the final bend also
and outlasted the now faltering
Polemon for second money.
Polemon held on to save third
place by a length over Melendez.
Also rans were Mossadeq, Town's
Wall, Golazo. Charlie McCarthy.
Opulento and Qolden Corn II.
The repaired main track rac
ing strip was lightning .fast yes yesterday
terday yesterday and a total of five track
records were broken.

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That sorcerer of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, maker of
To Catch A Thief and "Rear Window," scores again with
a honey of a hit It's a giant package of thrills with ail
the excitement and danger your heart can stand plus
rollicking lanehter and romance. "THE TROUBLE WITH
HARRY" in VistaVislon and Technicolor OPENS AT THE
CENTRAL ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19, starring Edmund.
Gwenn, John Forsythe and Shirley Maclaine.

nh In Upset

The first mark was set In the
uiira race wnen native racer
Mr. tlvoll "improved Yosikito's
1:29 for seven furlongs to .1:28
1-5. Nexfc came native Narania-
o's 1:02 for five furlongs, which
ecupseo.' naaicars l:02 2-5 in
the fifth race. In the eighth, Ar Ar-gyla
gyla Ar-gyla lowered the five furlong
record to 1:01 4-5 Then Pappa
Flynn established his record, for
the one mile and five six sixteenths,
teenths, sixteenths, the first time this dis distance
tance distance has been run at the new
track. Pappa Flynn's 2:11 1-5 Is
more than three' seconds better
than the 2:14 4-5 Juan Franco
record held by Fol. The fifth
and last record was a sizzling
fl:23 3-5 for seven furlongs .by
nuiuiig ram.
jockey Alfredo vasouez. Must
oacic irom a suspension, lea tne
naers with tnree 'victories.
The dividends:
v FIRST RACE '' J1 -'
1 El Fakir $4.80, $3.20.
2 Socorrito $5.40. N, 1
S SECOND RACE
1 Valley Star $4, $2.20.
2 Tempestad $5.20.
s First Double: $8.40.
I THIRD RACE
1 Mr. Tlvoll $5, $3.20.
2 JachaUn $4.60. ;
s One-Two: $31.60.
FOURTH RACE
1 Bull Flea S2.40, $2.20.
2 Engreida $8.60.
. Quln'ela: $5.40.
" .:. VllTTn sire
1 Naranjaio $4.40, $3.
ti-Petite $4.40. j
; SIXTH RACE
1 Cascador $6.20, $3.60.
2 Bacana $3.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1 Suntonner S3.40. $2.80.
2 -Camberwell $4.20.
Second Double; $11.40.
' EIGHTH RACE
-Arryla $4. $2.40.
2 Golden Bound $2.40."
Qninlela: $4.60.
NINTH RACE
1 Pappa Flynn $60.80, $9.80.
2 Paquiro $16.60.
One-Two: $1,228.
TENTH RACE
1 Hurling Park $8.80, HM.f
2 Kadir$2.80.

NEW, YORK.. Sept. 17 (UP)

Three world records were better
ed during weekend track and field
competition around the globe.
Parry O'Britn of Lea Angtltt,
probably America's most car car-tain
tain car-tain tot for a gold medal at tha
1956 Olympic, battered hit affirm
cial world shotput mark Satur Saturday
day Saturday at Pastdana, Calif., with a
haava of 41 faat, 5 inches. Ha
battered his listed record f 60
faat, 10 inches, but was short of
the 62-foot, 4u inch effort he
posted Stpt. I at Eugarw, Ore.
At Budapest Sunday, S a n d o r
Kosznyoi of Hungary broke the of-
ficial world standard for the 3,000-
uicicr Mcepiecaase wiui a lime oi
eigm minutes, u.e seconas. He
uciicicu uie iiaioi ill 111 & 01 B.vJJl
set by Jerzy Chromlk.of Poland in
1955 and the 8:39.8 clocking oro
duced by Russia's Simon Ruhiiz-
bin lost month at Moscow. .'
la another Sunday meat at
Sydney, Batty Guthberg. 18, bet bettered
tered bettered the woman's 200 mttar
dash record of 23.4 wconds set
by her Australian countrywom.
an Mar joria Jackson, during tha
1952 Olympics. Miss Cuthbert
was timed in 23.2. :
During a meet at Bucharest,
Romania. Willie Williams of Garv.
ina., ran loo meters in 10.5 sec
onds to score a narrow decision
over Dokarev of Russia," who was
clocked in the same time. W i 1-
liams is the Army private, and for
mer University of Illinois star who
bettered Jesse Owens world : 100-
meter record of 10.2 with a 10.1
effort last month at Berlin.
Torcr.b, Rochester
To Fighi Eech Other
For Governor's Cup
nrw luitti. ept. xi ( ur)

The two teams that battled each and Landrlth. ,,
other down the stretch in the wan- Rogovin ,(7-6), Negray '' pil piling
ing piling weeks of the International lette. Flowers and Semfnick. Lo Lo-League
League Lo-League season, Toronto and Ro-jpata. ,.
Chester, will now fight it out for ,'
possession of the .Governor's Cup (Second hame) ''
in the final round of the playoffs, chicajn noo 100 000-1 k a

JLTE S rriPhto 210 000 10x-4

each took four out of five from
'Montreal and Miami,, respectively,
to qualify for the final round, p j
Ellis (Cotton) Deal, veteran
Wing righthander, hurled Roches Rochester
ter Rochester to a five-hit 2-1 win over Mia Miami
mi Miami last night, and the Leafs beat
Montreal, 6 3, Saturday night.
For Deal, it was his second play playoff
off playoff win over Miami and his eighth
lifetime playoff triumph against
only one reverse.. Jim Owens and
Bob Lipetri of the Marlins com combined
bined combined to bold Rochester to only
eight hits but they were all Deal
need as he allowed a run in the
first inning and then proceeded to
burl eight shutout frames,.
BOSTON, Sept. 17 (tTP)-On-ly
one player, center Cordis Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, was missing as the Boston
Bruins began training for the
1956-57 National Hockey League
season ye&erday before 3,000
fans at Boston Garden.
BUCHAREST.. Rumania, Sept.
17 (UP) Willie Williams, the
Gary, Ind., sprinter who better
ed Jesse Owens' world 100-meter
record with a 10.1 second
clocking at Berlin last month,
was timed in 10.5 yesterday
while scoring a narrow victory
over Dokarev of Russia in the
event at an 'International meet.
BORDEAUX, France,' Sept.
17 (UP) The Buchan Bank Bankers
ers Bankers of Seattle, Wash., National
AA.U. basketball ehamp'ons
of the United States, scored
an easy 77-36 victory over a
Bordeaux all-star team last
night -. 0
BOSTON," Sept. 17-(UP)
Promoter Sam Silverman an announced
nounced announced today that two former
welterweight champions, Tony
Dp Marco of Boston and Kia
Gavilan of Cuba, will meet in a
10-round bout at Boston Garden
Oct. 13. ; ;
TOPEKA, Kans", Sept 17
(UP) Henry John Etzel, an 18-year-old
high school senior,
collapsed' during a football
scrimmage Saturday night and
died a short time later. An au autopsy
topsy autopsy was to be held to deter determine
mine determine 'the cause of death;
" DORTMUND, Germany, Sept
17 (UP) Charles Humez of
France, the European middle middle-weight
weight middle-weight champion, knocked out
Peter Mueller of Germany in1
the third round of their non-title
bout last night
BROOKLYN, Sept 17 (CP)
Fred Kipp, the left-handed
pitcher Brooklyn purchased
yesterday from their Montreal
farm club In the International.
League, U scheduled to report
to tne Dodgers today. He had
a 20-7 record with Montreal.
PITSTBURGH. Sent 17 (UP)
Honus Wagner, the late, great j
shortstop, played his last game
for the Pittsburgh Pirates Sept.
17, 1917, i

Sports Briefs

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Editor: CONRADO "SARCEANT

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Teams
Pet. GB
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.601 Vt
.585 3
.507 14
.465 20
.431 25
.411 27 V4
.394 30
Brooklyn
LMilwaukee
Cincinnati
St Louis .
Philadelnhia.
Pnttsburrh
rvew zork
Ch'caro
TODAX'S tiAMES
t Milwaukee at New York 2.T-N
Cincinnati at Brooklyn N)
YESTEftDAT'S RESULTS
Cincinnati 000 000 0022 10 1
Brooklyn 020 010 0Ox 3 9
; Nnxhall (12-11), Lawrence,
Klippstein, Black, Freeman and
Burgess.' r
Maglie (11-4), Bessent and
Campanella. .-
Milwaukee at New York, i
Postponed (Rain) r ,j '.
(First Game, 10 Innings)
St Lou's 000 000 110 13 a
Pittsburgh 200 000 000 02 6 0
mckson (13-9) and Smttb.
Waters, Munger, Face (12-11)
and Foiles.
(Second Game)
St Louis 000102 0003 10 3
Pittsburgh 042 101 Olx 9 15 0
wenmeter (11-10). r. ri-it
lock, Schmidt Konstanty and
aatt.
Law (815) and Shepard.
(First Game) '
cnicaro 001100 104 1 10
Philadelphia 100 001 002 11
, Hacker (.1-12). rau rn,
Jones (9-14). ValentinetH and
Landrith..:
Sanford (1-0), V Ifegray and
Lopata. ;
IU:!!3 4 Ibmers
Off Rilf h's Pace
De$o!!3 WtiM.
CHICAGO, Sept 17 (UP)
Mickey Mantle still Is four
games behind Babe Ruth's
record home run pace today
but he's one point ahead of
Ted Williams in the race for
the American League batting
title. i:-- : I
- The Yankee slugger went 3-
ior-7, including homer No. 49,
n yesterday's doubleheader V
with the Indians to raise his
batting average to .350. Wil Williams
liams Williams meanwhile, went 2-for-6
in the. Red Sox doubleheader
with the Tigers and dipped to
3.49.
Homerwise, Mantle didn't
gain a thng compared to
Ruth's pace. He has 49 in 144
; games Ruth had 53 after 144
games In 1927 and needs 11
4n the Yankees' 10 remaining
games to tie the Bambino.
The Yankees are idle today
and play in Chicago tomorrow
night .,.

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vn 70
. 66 76
. 62 82

. 58 83
. 56 86

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Washington
Kansas Cttr 46

- TODAY'S GAMII '.
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" YESTERDAX'S ItESCLTI
(First Game)

New York 600 302 401-10 13 ...
Cleveland .000 000 300 a a

Sturdivant lis-i ). Rnn. ..j
Lemon (19-13). Nwi.u

guirre, McLish, HoutUman and
Hegan. ..-. vt..-..,

(Second Gamely ..' v..
New. York ooo flfli 11

Cleveland 000 022 OOx 4 SI SI-Kucks
Kucks SI-Kucks (18-8), Grim and Berra.
Wynn (18-9) and Hegaiu ( t ;
(First Game) -'.
Washington 200 100 0025 I S
Chicago 130 011 Olx 7 9 o
.Lopes (0-1), Chakales Stone, v
Griggs and FitzGerald. h
Harshman (14-10) and Moss.
(Second Game) .

Washington 001 000 1002 I
Chicago v02I00130x 7 11 2

Brodowskt (n-S). KwU w.i.

ler and Courtney.

avaiey (7-2) and Moss. '
(First Game) "

Boston 010 200 100 I U 1 41
Detroit 000 010 1035 II a ?

Sullivan.'
Hnrd (3-ir and
White.' .
Hoeft. Masterson
and
Wilson.:
(Second Game)
Boston 103 0-!3 0"J- 13 0
Detroit 3J0 011 03x 8 14 O
Nixon. Porterfield. Parncli (1.
6), Dorish and Daley.
, Host, Bunning (M) and lau.
(First Game)
Baltimore 100 000 101 S f l
Kansas City 000 000 0202 I
Moore (12-7) and Triandos.
Cox, Harrington (1-2). Bur.
nttte and Thompson,
(Second Garnet
Baltimore 010 000 000 1.4 1
K.' City 021000 34x 10 13 I
Fornieles (3-8).- Pet
Mueller and Triandos.
Ditmar (11-21) and Smith.
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your strength, niin yoUr health, and
weaken your heart MenaaeVaulckl
tarts to work through "heb?ood tl
vercom. Asthma and Brom-h Tatt ;
tack Help, dieW, stfn. mu
wis, .promotes free, u,r breathlnr
from any dru(ftors today, and a..
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TZ2 PAXA.VA AMTRICA

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by
JOE WILLIAMS

PUTTINQ ONE LITIXE WORD aftsr another and whatever
became of all those terrifying goblins Casey Stengel's been see seeing?
ing? seeing? About the only way the 58 pennant can miss flying in
the Stadium U for the flag manufacturers to refuse to make
one. OK,' he's got his glove back, but the question Brooklyn
fans have heen asking for weeks is who stole Gil Hodges bat?
Wonder if the Giant's till Rigney realizes how utterly ridi ridiculous
culous ridiculous ho sounds in calling PeeWte Reese, of all peoples, a
TV ham fat? 1
If this is a good way to win friends and influence people,
carbolic acid on the rocks makes a marvelous bracer. We trust
American tennis aficionados- are properly appreciative of the
factory formula by which Australia develops so many star
slayers.' In no other way can we be sure of seeing first-class
port at least once a year. Usually, if It Isn't a Hoad who takes
charge of our nationals, it is a Rosewall, or as happened this
time, two of tho same. V; ,-'" ti : -..
TOM DEWEY PRESENTED the championship trophy at
Forestr Hills last Sunday. Some one must have rememoerea
when the Governor was known as a racket buster. In tennis,
the fast ball, or "big service" is most .desirable asset but it
often wilts before a. well-rounded game Like Hoad, Althea Gib Gibson,
son, Gibson, first Negro to' reach the national finals, feature? power.
Against Shlrlpy Fry of St. Petersburg, Fla., it wasn't enough.
Fry disposed of the Harlem Bomber with even greater dis dispatch
patch dispatch than at Wimbledon in July where she dropped the first
set, then won 6-3, 6-4. The Gibson gal's back hand is still
below championship caliber. Tony Trabert? Since you men mention
tion mention it, Just what did happen to hlm? m -; r Yv,- A
The "youth movement" has come to ail end in Pittsburgh.
From now on, the' policy will be to build and try to win games
At the same time..."That"i one mistake we won't make again,"
said owner John Galbreath. (He also owns 50 percent of
Swaps,' yon know.) "I mean, packing the team with untried
youngsters and asking them to play big-league baseball. Our
accent will still be on young players, but first the ability to
play must be there; and we'll deal for any veteran who prom promises
ises promises to help our team"... what this apparently amounts to is
a repudiation of Branch Rickey's program, and the end of the
old man's Influence In tho club's major policies. ,;,
.'
DICK CANFIELD was a gambler of the horse-car era. Dur During
ing During the "season", he ran a casino in Saratoga. The other p.nn
at Yonkers, Frank. Stevens recalled A statement Caafield made
to his father, Harry M., founder of the far-flung catering em empire...
pire... empire... "The kind of players who are good for my business arc
the ones who will drop, say, $25,000 one night and win $35 or
$40,000 the next... provided, I must add, that, these players are
not too old"... What makes gambling such a sure thing for
the Canfields of any era is that the sucker must always come
back for more. : '.: v- .-. w-r.-.Tr r:
v; i ;. y
One. of the unique features of the Amateur golf cham championship
pionship championship In the Chicago district, is that last year's winner Is
back defending. In recent years most winners defaulted and
turned pro" almost immediately. This tendency became so pro pronounced
nounced pronounced the brass officially requested that any. amateur en entertaining
tertaining entertaining professional ambitions kindly got his idea of a "I-won't-turn-pro"
Olympic pledge I think Ken Venturi of San
Francisco 1 the nation's best amateur but I wouldn't bet him;
too many things can happen In those short 18-hole tests.
MORE THAN 180 TV stations will carry the Sunday pro
football games this season. It must have been a relief to
Flatbush fans to learn the club wasn't so desperate it had to
count on Ralph Branca's pitching arm. He was signed so, he
could participate in the pension fund as a 10-year man... an
assist going to his rjfippy-in-law, a member of the' Dodgers'
executive family. E.. P.'" Tate writes relative to The Jockey
Club group's new track: "With accommodations for 60,000 and
scats for only 20,000 most of the customers are still going to
lean on their bunions.It's ridiculous.,. Comment Ahem.

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NEW YORK (NEA) When
Carmen U a s i 1 1 0 awlgirted uie
ftara-working upper iew Yor
btate onion growers by unociuig
wuauny saxtun dead 011 his leev,
ine carbon copy 01 Buy t etroiie
seemea to be uie oearev ot guu
news lor Uie oeak ousting busi business.
ness. business. ...

and St a time wben it wis

Beeued most. 1

10 uem with, Saxton has been

disposeu ot, anhouka baaiiio is

couirauieu 10 give mm another
wuacK wiuun Im nays, lhan une
ot uie numerous tuiugs Wioug witn
uie sour science uie return uiaicu
Clause. Ine imernaaouai ouxmg
Ciuo no uoubt couid oump iaiu
anu bttxtod un caicagu aaui,-uui

wno wants to see a uiiru eouion

baxcon, aud more unpoi isnuy, uie

tiuwiuua uave uau iu

, oumy euuuu, oaxtoo gained
vasuy more amnirauou being
Siuti.-Q vf Casino uiau ho tuu iu
wuuung lj-ruund ueciston iroin

iue cauasutia tioutec at uie cm
casa saaiuni in jusxcu.

cur uie secoud nine since 'be

first came around seven years a

ko. you. see, aaxuul auemuwu 10

make a ugui out 01 it auu wim

uie same lesuii. ine last ume uie
urooxiyn tiger iriea tnis, lony Ue-

juarco ieit aim lor sermusiy dead

in ine uosloa uarden ring-in; uie
ltn rounu. it u oy now ouvioc.
iiist ue noes net aslmuate pun pun-isuintnt
isuintnt pun-isuintnt too weu. '10 ue succeuiul
on uie svoreooaru. he haa 10 ue

a nit auu rue mau aim couaequeui
iy a manuiacturer ox yawns. ?

EARS HANGING OVER and

face bkilcica, uasnio, ine oid-Usu

luned boay Deiier, naiaiy looks iue

a ooctor ol meaittne, uut ue put

uie Dieatn ot iue nack into a uy

mg dodge, t or one tmng, his re-

sauung the weiterweiguf tarone

tuuin witn a amuauuig victory re
stores tne prooaouity ot' uie set'
onu Diggeat money malca m signt

'mat wuuid put mm in tne oauie-

dk wiin nay uoDinson. .

Last January, the IBC believed

it bad the big summer outdoor

scran in this pair. Robinson once

more conclusively demonstrated

that he was the undisputed cham

pion of Bobo Olson; but Basilio, in
his own words, couldnt untrack
himsetf against Saxton in w h a t,

for him. was a relatively poor per

formrnce. It was on this night that

Sugar Ray Robinson and his five

managers cancelled orders for lux

ury limousines and liquor stores

on the busy side of the street.
Robinson would give" fight writ

ers something to write about by
doing 158 for Basilio, who could

come in at 151.

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ENCOURAGED BY THE txeitf

By EDOII ERDELATZ
Held Coach, Navy

ANNAPOLIS (NEA) -7 Y 0 u
I. 1 1 t k. 1 1 L LA wn A.

ment in Syracuse, Jim Norris re-;".
sumed work on the Robinson-Gene byPs"d powerful fac fac-Fullmer
Fullmer fac-Fullmer middleweight title match tor natlonal "otbaU.
The antagonists usually run out!

nf r in t(-ril5. hut tfl rd .uoubv. u

Seymour Agencies and pepsl
Cola won two points each
Wednesday night to share the
lead in the Cosmopolitan Mixed
League at the Diablo alleys. Pep Pepsi
si Pepsi Cola took two points from
APA with Bob Toland and Geo.
Riley leading the way with ex excellent
cellent excellent series of 630 and 621.
Bob's 630 also Included a game
of 23? which was high for the
night. Bob Easter of APA rolled
a 232 game for runner up posi position.
tion. position. Tnelma camby of Seymour
Agencies walked off with high
honors for the ladles with hign
game of 194 and high series of
501. Dell peters of Braniff Air Airways
ways Airways was close behind with a
183 game and series of 480.
Seymour Agencies X, Tlvoll Mo Motors
tors Motors 1
Seymour Agencies lost the
first game but came back to
win the last two games by nar narrow
row narrow margins. Bill Jamison and
Chuck McGarvey led the win winners
ners winners with 540 and 555 while Bill
Coffey took the honors for the
losing Tivoll Motors with 569.
Pepsi Cola 2, APA 1
Led bv Bob Toland and Geo.

Riley the Pepsi Cola kjds took

tne APA boys in the first and
last, games whll APA won the
second game and rolled the sea seasons
sons seasons high, team series of 1042.
Earl Bedt led the APA team
with 576 while Marian Bowen
had a fine 435 to lead the girls.

Tasco aBtterles 2, Braniff Air-

.I.-; waysl ,-.'!.,
Ed Lowande and Harry Col Colbert
bert Colbert took turns rolling a 200
game as Tasco took the first two

games but Braniff won the last

game thanks to woody wood

cock's nice 214. Colbert with 531
and Dottle Williams 411 paced

the Tasco five while Swede Nel

son and Dell Peters set the pace
for the Braniff team with 537

and 480.":- -', yvm ii -s
Atlas Club 2, Colonial Ins. 1

Al Binor of the Insurancemen
was the only bowler In this

match to break1 into the 500s

miict rnn with 111 narnnlil nm1t. UiyTi A.illM Ul..u.. .1 V.- an4 Via AA It wrHVi m K19 Th

llem of thinness, especially in-the's Toch analyses tho Border Con.' rest of the team had a' bad

line. (foronce. 'nisht with the Albrittons. Ted

w as m

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Army, Pitt And Yale Are Good As Any,
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So Why Throw Out last As Factor?

Team

Pepsi cola

Seymour Aeencies

APA ............

Tivoll Motors ..

Braniff Airways
Tasco aBtterles

Atlas club

and Myrtle, fading th Atlaa
Club.

The standing at th nri nf

the second week; .-;-.

Won Lost
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2 4
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GOOD END Coac. T e r r y
Brennan- of Notre Dame '. knew'
what he was doing when ho
brought End Dick Prendergast
with him from Chicago's Mr,
Carmel High. . 1

Basilio-DeMarco war would be

acceptable anywhere. Vince Mar Martinez
tinez Martinez might fit in here, too. ,.

iiovd Patterson's nana nas

Ay skeptics w'.io doubt we ve

got the horses in this area are wel welcome
come welcome to visit my projection room.
I've got soma Army-Navy1 pictures

healed, so the Brooklyn youngster! wmc" M0W wrmiaaoie
is readv for Archie Moori an! thel??" Pomt Une operating on my

mn,t tr.lua nimm thnt in thJUiaaieS

offing. Eddie Machen is acquiring

the experience required tor a
crack at the winner. The Redding,

Calif., lad made a deep Impres Impression
sion Impression placing a lily in huge Nino
Yaldes' hand at Miami Beach.
- Larry Boardman should be sent

against Joe Brown, tne new ugni ugni-weight
weight ugni-weight leader, without delay.

That would have four divisions

the lightweight,- welter, middle

and heavy perking at the top. a

nyway. A little matchmaking is

all tht is reaulred. i .-

It looks Gke the best indoor sea

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That Army line returns six of

its seven starters.' I understand
that Red Blaik,.who gambled by
switching end Don Holleder to
quarterback last year, is trying

another big one making Bob

Kyasky over from a halfback to a
quarterback. . i

Pittsburgh landed In the Sugar

Bowl last January and has the

makings of another powerhouse.
Corny Salvaterra is an accom-
E fished quarterback operating be be-ind
ind be-ind a stout hne.' r r'- v
Navy lost quarterback 6eerge
Welsh and end Ron Beagle, two
great ones who. don't come along
very olten, and we're placing a lot
of emphasis on new boys.
Syracuse, with one of its better
squads, takes on one of the tough toughest
est toughest early season schedules in the
nation. And counters with one of

the toughest backfield stars in the
country, 212-pound Jim Brown. I
Penn State ia rated down from '55 1
on paper, because you doa't lose;
boys like Lenny Moore without!
suffering a drop in class,' yet the
Nttany Lions won't (e any push-!
over with a tested quarterback!
like Milt Plum. . - -1
' In New England, they're steam steamed
ed steamed up about the merits of rival1
Quarterbacks Billy Smlthers of
Holy Cross and Billy Donlan of
Boston Colicge. The Crusaders
muster a veteran team around
Smithers. The Eagles have bad

to rebuild their line. :
Colgate If a team to watch
cause Hal Lahar has shown an in-!
clination for winning seasons. I've
hear no one laughing off the poten potential
tial potential of a Yale squad the writers
have been picking to go all the
way in the Ivy group. There's an
end, Paul Lopata, and a guard,
Mike Owselrhik, who fit into any
company.; Backs Dennis McGill
snd Al Ward are thrill suppliers.
Princeton is Princeton, which
means tough. : Charley Caldwell's
teams have a way of coming onj
Linemen like' Mike Bowman are
the reason., Cornell has finally
come up with a good line to put
in front of fast backs like, Irv
Roberson and Art Boland. V-
Everyone's dark horse seems to
be Dartmouth, with a great pass
grabber In Minte Pascoe, and on only
ly only a shadow of a dogbt ct quarter quarterback.
back. quarterback. Pennsylvania figures ti
break the two-year drouth and by
the time the Quakers meet Navy
in mid-season they should have
worked up to a pitch of confi confidence.
dence. confidence. ,. ','" ''
. Harvard hat so many talented
tailbacks, Lloyd Jordan la toying
with waya to utilize concurrently
the talents tf Matt Botsford, Jim
Joslin and Walt Stahura. He'd
like that kind of depth In the line.
. Brown am' Columbia havo re
verse problems. The Rhode' Is Islanders
landers Islanders are fairly well Set in the
line, need backs. Lou Little's club
has' one of the nation's premier

quarterbacks, Claude Benham, but

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'Let the people' knout the truth end the country it tafe' Abraham Lincoln.

31st YEAR

PANAMA, Jt. r, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1958

mi CENTS

Ike Returns To White House Early,

From

Brief Vacation

NEGROES STAY AWAY FROM SCHOOL-A life-size effigy of

a Negro hangs rrom a tree on ine imva i;,
Tex Junior College. The smallest crowd In five days gath-
ered outside the school but no Negro students showed up for
,: classes. t i
, '-.. ...
Integration Efforts

Collapse In Kentuc

CLAY, Kentucky,' Sept. IT (UP)
1 Efforts of Negro students to ei ei-,
, ei-, ii.. rmv imntarv school

here today collapsed in the face of,
a Webster County board of Eduea Eduea-tion
tion Eduea-tion order barring them from the

. all-white school.
Fnnr Neern children.-' accompa

'-..H hv their mothers, were turn-l

ed back at the school door this
" t h nrincinal.

i Mr James Gordon, mother ot

James Henry Gordon, 10, and The-
rjn a .hook hands with

the principal and "ft
in them to RosenwSld (a Negro

Providence. Ky.) today.

: : m, m nth r nf the other two

children,: Mrs. Catherine Copeland,
said she was also taking her etui etui-dren
dren etui-dren to the Providence school.
At these words, crowd of

WASHINGTON. Sept 17 (UP)

President Eisenhower returned

last night from a brief stay at
his Gettysburg, Pa. farm to
tackle a series of foreign and
domestic problems and formally
launch his reelection campaign.

Mr. : Elsenhower : has been at

the farm since Wednesday when

he set the tone for his second
term bid by urging some 500 Re Republican
publican Republican party leaders to en encourage
courage encourage every voter In the na nation
tion nation to register and theti vote

for the GOP In November:

He originally was scheduled to

remain tit the farm until today.
The high spot of the Presi President's
dent's President's week will come Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday when he will deliver his
first major television campaign

speech over the Columbia Broad

casting system.

He will extoll the 'win the

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peace" efforts of his adminis

tration.

Mr. Eisenhower's second TV

appearance will be made Sept.
25 from Peoria, 111. This address
will deal with the administra administration's
tion's administration's farm program.

On Oct. is the President wiu

Introduce the ilrst of a series of

five-minute telecasts by Cabinet

members and others who will

At Gettysburg

review th record of the tdmin- Mr. Eisenhower recently in Pa Pa-istrstion.
istrstion. Pa-istrstion. .These programs will'ama to work for Western Keml-

be carried by

Broadcasting Co,

the National

Mr. 'Elsenhower opened his
day today with a conference
with his brother, Dr. Milton Els Elsenhower.
enhower. Elsenhower. Milton wUl represent
the United States on the special
21-nation group proposed by

Adlai Plans Whirlwind Campaign Tour

' m

SO or iO partent standini behind
a line of Kentucky National
Guardsman drawn up along tha
front walk of tha school, chesr
od and aoalaudod.

Mai Gen. J. J. B. Williams,

state adjutant general command

ins the Guard troops, said bis

men will stay "for the time be
ine." f.: 'r-.h,r .... '..

The crowd dispersed and all but

nine of the guardsmen marched
to the bivouac area behind the

school. v : .-

White children who' have s been

boycotting the school since the-Ne-

gaoes entered under the guns ot
the guardsmen last Wednesday

immediately began filing back in
to school building. .
1 Ono of tho. whito parontt said,
"I'm sur glad it's all over. But
If thty como back there will bo
, anothor vtcation."

. This smaH mining and farm

community observed a normally

quiet Sunday although sight-seers

drove inrougn uie streets.

A small force of guardsmen con continued
tinued continued to police Sturgis High

School in neighboring Union Coun

ty where nine Negro students at

tended -classes without incident

last week. t

The enrollment of two Negro
chi Iren under National Guard
and state police protection here

last Wednesday touched off a boy

cott by all 525 white pupils and

four of the school's 17 teachers

a uird negro child was en

rollel last Friday despite and opi

nion from the state attorney sen

eral's office, that the : Negroes
were attending school illegally

nere this year,

Tho opinion was based on in information
formation information that tho W o b s t o r
County School. Board had not de decided
cided decided on an integration program
' for county schools, and that tho
initiative for integration lias
with the board and not with par
enttyr v-....-m ? '.':.
The school' board voted Friday

unanimously crinst inteffritinff

Clay schools this year. , s- i NEW YOB& Sept. -It (UP) -H

In Saturday nieht's conference. Couturiers; whispered of fashion

Chandler met with Dr. Robert RJ piracy today in the disappearance,
Martin, state superintendent of of high-fashion originals, here and

nublic instruction: Harrv G. Da i in Kansas vity. Mo,

A STEEL, IN HATS-Famed
New York millinery designer
Mr. John has come up with a
stainless steel hat that'll with withstand
stand withstand the elements if the budget
can -withstand the .price. .The
hat, above, is made of gleaming gleaming-steel
steel gleaming-steel mesh, adorned with scrolls
of Edwardian jewels. The price
of the chapeau; at least $800.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 17
(UP) Adlai E. Stevenson today

scheduled a whirlwind 6800-mile
campaign tour through the
South and Midwest where the
Democrats hope to pick up Im Important
portant Important voter strength for the

November elections. :v

' Democrat! have predicted
they will recapture the four
Southern state they lost to
the Republicans fei 195J Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, Texas,. Florida and Ten Tennessee.
nessee. Tennessee. They also hope to cash
In on what they regard as
farm ud scontent" throughout,
the Midwest.
Sen. John J. Sparkman (D (D-Ala.),
Ala.), (D-Ala.), Stevenson's 1952 running
mate, said today on the NBC

television program, ; "Y o vet h
Wants To Know that he Is

confident the Democrats will
carrv the four aoufchern states

this year. He said they re

Stevenson will make a bid for

the farm vote Saturday with a
major speech at the ; Newton,
Iowa, national plowing contest
His speech comes Just a, day

after President Elsenhower vis.

its Newton. The President is not
scheduled to deliver a formal

speech. s' vyj'f-'v
From Newton, Stevenson will
go In quick succession to Colo Colorado,
rado, Colorado, Oklahoma, Arkansas,
Louisiana, Florida, Missouri,
Kansas, Indiana, ; Wisconsin,
and Minnesota. ; y

Stevenson carried only two of
the staltes, Arkansas and Loul-

TODaT' 75c. 40c.

3:00 4:45 :45 f:05 p.m.

' A MASTERPIECE OP

SUSPENSE and DEDUCTION!

Shipment Of Paris Originals

Missing From Kansas Airport

20th
CEHTURY-IOX ;
preaenta-

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WEDNESDAY Z

NOTHING LIKE IT EVER I

M-O-M I A

' IN color

' and ClNaiwuUseaal
TORpfDGEON AKSE FRANCIS
LESLiE MELSEN ROBBy.M ROBOT

vis, the governor's executive sec4

retary; and State ,Atty. Gen. Jo
M. Ferguson, on new developments
in the tense racial situation here.

Missile-Carrying

Naval Threat To US

. WASHINGTON Sent 17 -(UP)

Assistant Navy Secretary Garri Garrison
son Garrison Norton said today Russia's big

fleet of missile-carrying subm a a-presents
presents a-presents a "major naval threat"
rines presents a "major naval

treat" to the United States main

land. "J -;--

He also said that long-rangr

Soviet submarines.. are capable c

operating in all the waters of the

world 'which are of military

impjrtance- to the United States
They are "a' serious threat" he
said, to this country's '-'sea lanes

of communication.
Vice Adm. T. S. Combs, .deputy
chief of Navsl Operations, agreed
that Russia has greatly increased
its "undersea warfare eapabllr

ity." But he said the American

Navy "can defeat any Sov I et

submarine threat.

Norton and Combs appeared oq

the second broadcast of the Amort
can Legion's radio series, "S u r
vivalin the Air Age." i

Norton said theat anti-submarine

warfare has been "No. 1 priority1

with the U. S. Navy ever since

equipped with guided missiles car carrying
rying carrying atomic warheads. In all,
Russia is reported tc have up

wards of 400 submarines.

Combs said the first job of tiff

Navy tn the event jst war would
be to "" destroy enemy submarine

at their bases." Then, re said

Soviet undersea craft operating in

the "onen oceans" would i be
tracked down,

New r 'York designer Paulino

Trigere revealed yesterday that
almost here entire fall collec collection,
tion, collection, velued at $250,000 had dis disappeared
appeared disappeared from the municipal
airport in Kansas City 'J est
Wednesday.

Branell. a New "York d r e I s

house, said that four .Christian
Dior Paris originals valued at mure
than $4,000 had disappeared cn
route to them from the custom

house -' v '"

K Branell sookesman said that

neatly wrapped boxes believed to
contain the four Dior creations val-1

ued at between $1,000 and $1,500

each had been delivered to them.

But the boxes were empty when

ooened. .i s ;.."'.

Miss Trigere. a Parisian' deinsn-

er, said she had not revealed herj

loss umn yesieruiij vinuci uie u u-vice
vice u-vice of the FBI which had enter
eu the case.

Five cases containing luxury

slant, In his 1052 ract against
President Eisenhower, v

The Democratic nresldentlal

candidate will make the air-motorcade
trip in eight days, re returning
turning returning to his national head

quarters nere, Seplt. 30. But his

press secretary, Clayton Fritch

ey. said that even .then 'there

will be no breathers.?

Stevenson attended : services

yesterday at the 100-year-old
Emanuel Episcopal Church in
Delaplane,.Va.,-a small town, in
the heart of the Virginia horse
country. He was the guest of

Philip L. Graham, president and

pubiisner or, Tne wasnington
Post and Times Herald, ;

Stevenson's visit caught the

minister, Rector Harold Peters,
by surprise. Due to a misunder misunderstanding,,
standing,, misunderstanding,, : he 'was- expecting
Gov; Thomaa B. Stanley of Vir

ginia, ,-.,;- ';;.:-'

"My word," Peters exclaimed

when newsmtn told him shortly

before the service that Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson would b in tha congrega congregation.
tion. congregation. '

The minlslter delivered a-ser-

mon on the parable of the
pounds to Stevenson and about
30 others in the tiny white clap
board church nestled beneath
ancient oak trees. dbi;--,.

USr Irish 0!iici:ls

Join In llcr.orir.g

Cindr. John Barry 'i

: WEXFORD, Ireland Sept. IT 3 3-(UP)
(UP) 3-(UP) American and Irish offici officials
als officials joined yesterday in tribute to
Commodore John Barry' at the un unveiling
veiling unveiling here of a statue of the

Irish-born "father of the U.S
Navy."-

sphere solidarity.

Tomorrow morning Mr. Elsen Elsenhower
hower Elsenhower will make an early trip to

the Washington National '' Air

port to speak at a special Re

publican send-off breakfast for

Vice President Richard M. Nix

on as he embarks on a 32-state

camnaien speaking tour.

The chier executive sxippea

church yesterday morning some somewhat'
what' somewhat' to the dismay of several

hundred people who gathered a-

round the church entrance in

the hope of getting a glimpse of

tne ilrst lamiiy. Hagerty saia

recent gloomy weather was re responsible.
sponsible. responsible. ',
Syria To Release
America Briton; ;
Cepfizrcd In Israel
JERUSALEM. Israeli Sector,

Sept.-17 (UP) Syria has agreed
to release an American and a

Briton captured by Syrian in

vaders near the' Sea of Galilee
in northern Israel, the Israeli

Foreign Ministry announced yes
terday;

The men were identified as

yehoshua Horow 1 1 1, 48, an

American whose hometown was
not Immediately known, and

Herbert Marshy 26,: of London,
Horowltr was identified as a

brother-in-law of Alfred Shapi Shapiro,
ro, Shapiro, a New York clothing manu manufacturer.
facturer. manufacturer. : ,, f

A Forelen Ministry sookesman

said Syria promised to returned
the two men sometime today.

The two were captured Satur

day by Syrian Infiltrators near
Capernum,, the village where
Jesus preached to the fishermen
and won his first disciples.

Both Horowlts and Marsh

were believed to have lived in

Israel .for the paslt six years.
They were reportedly looking

lor pasture land for investment
When abducted by the Syrian
raiders.-:-, .-..

The spokesman said arrange-

metnj for the return of the men

were worked out by the U.N.

truce supervisory organization

ana tne mixed armistice com commission."
mission." commission." "' v ; :r-K''

The spokesman said a mixed

armistice. commission investiga

tion snowed uie men's bullet-

riddled Jeep was on Cie western
or Israeli side of the River Jor Jordan
dan Jordan when the. two men were
captured.

towns, suits and furs worth -some

$250,000, had been delivered to the
air, terminal by a truck driver
from Woolf Brothers Department

Store where they -had been dis

played in a fashion show last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday nieht. ,

The FBI said the truck driver

told them he had placed the cas

es, each about 50 inches long and
plainly marked with the design designer's
er's designer's name, on a cart in the air

earn) warehouse at the airnort

and then delivered the waybill to
a warehouse -employe. The ware warehouse
house warehouse employe told G-men he went
to the cart a short time later and

the cases, which weighed a total

of 253 pounds, were missing.

.The federal men entered the
cose because an interstate ship shipment
ment shipment wee involved. The 92 cet-
fumessand 'accessories were to
be shipped to Louiseville, Ky., for
a fashion snow scheduled there
Friday. t

Trans-World Airlines, which had

DIG THAT COOL POOL CAT-"Swimmer." a two-month-old
cat, plunges into a pool in Santa Monica, Calif., (or her
morning conditioner, and dog-paddles; it you please, the 40
feet across the tank with her owner, 10-year-old Donna FickJ
Swimmer wasnt -exactly enthusiastic about her swimming
lessons at first, but gradually got accustomed to the water by
riding a raft Now the kitten leaps off a diving board and
pussy-loots it through the water with ieline delight.

5 Survjyors Off Pelogia Saved

Freezing

From

.BODOE, Norway. Sept. ; 17 (UP) An official of the Norwoipian .i

A British trawler fished five sur.' rescue service said ships woul
yivors of ,the sinking of the Amer continue to check the area but i

ivau iieigmer reiagia irom a me- tfouia dc a miracle U anyone
boat in freezing Arctic waters yes- else survived the.smashing of the

, was abandoned

men aboard, the

for
old

terlay. Hope

tne otner 32
Liberty, ship.

The five survivors told the
captain of the 621-ton trawler
Northern Duke that their life lifeboat
boat lifeboat was the only one to set
safely awty from the 7,231-ton
Pelagia when it split in two and
sank with a 10,000-ton cargo of
iron ore in a raging gale above
' the Arctic Circle Saturday.

The Northern Duke found the
five men huddled together and ex exhausted
hausted exhausted in a lifeboat that was
tossing like a cork in the moun

tainous seas.

The trawler headed towards the
northern Norwegian port of Har Har-stead
stead Har-stead and was expected to arrive

sometime today.

The U.S. -Air Force In Scotland

Sail it considered the search for

other survivors to be ended

The $30,000 statue, a gift from
the people of the United States to
thA iMAnl nf frlBrlf1 w linvil

ed by President Seaa O'Kelly, iJVnifSflA' l)utV A
was designed by Wheeler WillismTl til V GUS DUlllla Uil

- some zo.uuo spectators, inctt't
ing hundreds of American tourists,

crowded into Crescent s Quay fac
ing the sea.

Low-flying f jets screamed-over

head and a joint Irish-American

service honor, guard snapped to
attention as a m i 1 i t a ry band
played the national' anthems of

Ireland and the united Mates.

The United Mates was repre represented
sented represented by aa official delegation led

b. U.S.I Ambassador William ; H

RP Fc:d Imports
r.:ccrd

cj 0;:r $15;::::::

Panamanian food Imports

during last year rose to a rec

ord, figure of $75,667,541, it was

announced over the Weekend. v

This was an increase of $3.

000,000 over ithe nrevious year.

At the same, protective tariffs
brought about a reduction of
$2,559,869 or 63 per cent In the
importation of lard, margarine
and powdered milk as compared

W 1954."'., ','.. :

I Another v Import Item which

shows a decrease in 1955 is in insecticide,
secticide, insecticide, of Which $660,173 less

was imported. .
, A government measure : to
encourage construction ; and

provide some solution to the
unemployment problem by re refunding
funding refunding taxes on tr tain
building material, contributed
to an Increase of 66 per cent
in Imports of steel and steel
.tubing. ..- ' -'..;. ,.
Increased Importation-was al also
so also registered in' crude and diesel
oils (up 20 per cent over 1954),
automobiles, refrigerators and
stoves. In 1955 4,648 more stoves
were Imported than In 1954.
Last year's figure was 19,122
stoves at a cost of $368,347 an
Increase Of 38 per cent over the
previous' year. t i .-.., v

RANGOON. Hnrm Si.nt it t Cigarette imports to 1955

(UP) Nine hundred Communist stayed up at $1,136,999, but It
Chinese troops have penetrated in-l represented a decreasfe-of 7 per

o nurma aiong a 60-mile tront tn cens b,s, comparea wik.n wo.

900 Red Chin

60 Mile Front

ship and the freezing waters that
can kill a man in hours through
exposure.

. bearch ships found evidence of"
the disaster floating on tha prav.

black sea near the last n-rted po-

sition of the Pelagia off L.e north
em Norwegian coast. ;
A German freighter-spdtted a
life buoy and flotsam.- A Norwe.

gian cutter spotted an oar marked
Pelagia and three life buoys bloat bloat-ing
ing bloat-ing some 40 miles from the scene.

ine Pelagia. out of New Yorlr

and owned "by Eastern Seawsvi

Corp, was en route from the port
of Narvik to Baltimore with a
load of Swedish iron ore.

It was last heard from Saturday

when Capt. John Matandos of
Houston, Tex., radioed that there
was trouble with the hull.

It reported four men had been

put over the side to check a leak.

word -spread nn this- sea-con

scious region and residents rushed

to the shore to see the ship. Watch-

ers spotted three boats being put

over the side, lwo, apparently, did
not make it.

Rockets spotted by U. S. Air
Force-- search planes Saturday
night turr-1 out to have been f.r.

ed from fiorweaa search ves

sels. .

Little League

a -new series nf Wifr Inn

Ihe newspaper Nation said yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. t

The report could not be immedi

ately confirmed. But the same

newspaper first revealed -earlier

1 this -summer that Chines tmnns

Taft HI: President Eisenhower i had crossed into Burmese border

Cmdr. Edward L. BCach.; Rep. The Nation said the latest vioTa-

John J. Rooney (D-N.Y.), headed tions occurred in eastern Kachin

the u-man congressional delega delegation,
tion, delegation, t

A complete table of last year's

Imports appeared yesterday on

page 5 of El Panama America.

.wild

been scheduled to fly the ship-) The, -Irish delegation

ment, said it was cooperating with Premier John A. Costello, minis-;
the police and FBI in the case,1 ter for External Affairs Liant Cos Cos-which
which Cos-which "looks like a theft.". grave, and former premier Ea-

siaie in northeast Burma, a,

and remote area.
f The "invasion" straddled Bur-

included mese communications lines in the

I ) i i j n, i, ; .','.' 'i n" '"
y ; lev:; i
'.' Wx- ?1

1 BRINGING HOME THE BAr.nN-Th. H.xrh ..n.

.... of Concordia, Mo., really (wept honors in the bacon event at
:, the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. AlewelL center, holds the
f t first prize bacom while his wile, left, displays the second place
. winner and daughter Carol, right," holds the third place side.
' All tn alL the Alewells took the top six ribbons for bacon,

mon De Valera, now leader of the

parliamentary opposition.

Barry, the son of a farmer. ws

born at Ballysampson in 1745. He
went to sea as a cabin boy at the

age of 10, sailed to America arid
later .became acquainted with

George Washington.- k

During the Revolutionary War.

Washington called 1 on Barry ', to
command a naval force against
the British and gave -him com-

mision No. 1 in the U. S. Navy.

Mm." Paredes Wins ;
Arrow Veek Raffle
Mrt. v Juliet 0. de -Paredes
L6pez, was the winner of The
Arrow Week Raffle, -which
was drawn yesterday.: -Mrs.
Paredes Lopez, a res
ident of Panama City, got
two round trip tickets to
Miami. Fla., which was the
jrrand prize.

area and made it impossible for
Burmese forces to prevent large large-scale,
scale, large-scale, infiltration, by the Reds, the
paper said., - v. ,' '-.''.
It said the Chinese forces were
divided into groups of as msny as
200 men each which had set up
crude hut cairps in Burma.
; Last July, other Red troops

crossed the ill-defined border in
Kachin and the Va states.
Unofficial reports at the time
said upwards of 500 Red troops
had penetrated to a depth of 60
miles along a broad front and
that there had been skirmishes be

tween the Reds tnd Burmese bor

der troops.
Both the Burmese and Commu

nist Chinese governments have
started neiotiationa on the border

issue, particularly regarding the

iukkcu n a, area. r
The Chinese in Wa were report reported
ed reported organizing and disciplining the
rebellious tribesmen who live In
hilltop villages and never have

completely accepted Burmese au authority.
thority. authority. i The Nation 'said China's activi

ties in the border ares hss re resulted
sulted resulted in seilln nff the hieh pass

es leading into Assam and Tibet

.V

FAN MAIL KING SIZE Hollywood actress Kim Novak
stands behind what may well be the world's largest postcard.
Her. admirers in Anderson, Ind., sent the 40-by-60-ineh card to
her after thousands signed their names to it The postage charge
was $3.93.

Boys G, Girls

Eleven babies were- horn in Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight- Sept. 12, ac according
cording according to the regular hospitar re.
port. At the same time 92 patients

were admitted and 107 were dis

charged. ?v ,: '-..'-'y. ;

Babies were born to the follow

ing American citizens.:-

Sp-3 and Mrs. Joe AicuasKiu, oi

Coco Solito, son; Mr. and Mrs. J.

H. Gesink, of Brazos, Heights; son;

Sgt. omd Mrs. Willard Stewart, of
Coco Solito, son: Sfc and Mrs.

Floyd Miles, of Fort Uavis, son;
EM-2 and Mrs. George Fylander,

of Fort Davis, daughter; EM-2 and

Mrs. Robert Nolan, ot coco &oii &oii-to,
to, &oii-to, daughter; Lt. Jg. and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Garcia, of Coco Solo, son;
SP-3 and Mrs. Randolph Siraling,
of Coco Solito, son; and Lt. and
Mrs. Edwin Freeman, of Fort Da Davis,
vis, Davis, son.-. y -. 1 ' : i-
Babies were born to the follow following
ing following parents of Panamanian nation nationality:
ality: nationality: Mrs. and Mrs. Otilio Delfts Delfts-do,
do, Delfts-do, of Cplon, son; and Mrs. 'and
Mrs. Robert Ennis, of Co o 1 p n,
daughter. ; ...

irom surma.
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