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TEE' BELL AICRAFT helicopter "El Plc flor FUteado"
on the East Terrace of Hotel El Panama, giving rise to the
be designated a future-.helicopter port .- I
-.."- t '" -,-a
In Darien V
A subsidiary of the Intern aboo aboo-l
l aboo-l Oil and Metals Corporation of
In, Angers is fito documents
i the Panama tiOVeinmeui u.
id in Dan
i it hit t -1
u....; nut of Dalren for
the part thref -years.
It is heHeved to be the first oil oil-producing
producing oil-producing firm to make a.deter a.deter-nt
nt a.deter-nt ita fiplrl nndeP Broce-
rii,r outlined in .Panama's U-i
prospecting law. 2" i
The" field is in Chucunaque and
Tuira River basin. ; ''
The concern revealed yesterday
that it has recently completed -.a
gtratographic test hole in Darien,
and another hole to check geologic
Durin? the next two- years, they
expect, to make additional, te st
borings with small rig; ." j
Thereafter, they hope to bore
down to a great depth with a big
rig. : '' ''
Like other firms which have
concessions in Panama, the ofti
cials of Caribbean believe a .so .so-called
called .so-called ''sedimentary section"- ed-
lirld exists unuer.uie isumius.
They believe it may take wells
boied to 10,000 r 12,000 feet lor
production.-. , ..
I rU f-.l
Tu;nfv-flirp( new school teach-
n. IS of whom were hired in the
f,;ates were amonfi the 28 new per
roaiiPBt employes who joined the
C f-nal organization during the first
t i weeks in September.
Only one of the new employes
f m the States bad worked pre-
t usly with the fanama canai,
t e is Miss Dora F. Hardy, of To
mntn Canada, who was emoloV'
1 1 as a teacher with the Canal
2ne elementary schools on the
A I antic Side from 1949 to 1951. At
pi ( sent she is. teaching in the elc elc-iii
iii elc-iii nlary schools oa the Pacific
In addition to the teachers, the
r-w employes include John W.
r iz. Physical Therapist in the
,a;h Bureau; Katharine L.
( hup Nurse at Coco Sold Hnsni-
ta!; Mexcne LaBeau, Clerk-Sieno-cranher.
Personnel Bureau: Ju-
I in M. Mountain, Systems Ac-
i utant Office of the Comntrol
lcr; and James W. Hicks, .plumoer
in the Maintenance Division.
Ex-Air Force Men
Tincd For Hitting,
A 22-year-old American civilian
,o was recently released from
e ir Force was fined $15 in
: 4 Magistrate's Court today
r buttery on an Albrook air
I i ard J. Cronln, the defend defend-r
r defend-r '. said he felt the other man
t mi "done him wrong."
.. n-iMn Donald E. Acles was
e c -plaining witness.
EASTER Air lines -.
Pakistan Scores ; Suez Users'
' '. f.t" 'V j '.:.; -T:t '.' v' .' i--t .! . .- c :-
Plan; Prolonging London Meet
LONDON, Sept. 21 (UP) Pakistan announced its
unalterable opposition to' the Suez Users' Association plan
today forcing the London Suez Conference into an extra
' "Legaf experts of most of the 18 nations at the Lon London
don London Conference began work today on a further compromise
rn wripi and how the Cuei Canal dispute should be 'placed
.. O f t iCi
the session began that two- ol-
firlfil naivra tunuM ha nut. Vi
fore the conference at the after
noon session one lormaiiy set-
tin r un -thu user's Assnr.ia Hon.
conference view on United Na
tions action ana appealing to
Egypt to cooperate.- ; f
, A French spokesmart speculat speculated
ed speculated that the second? document
would be "torn to, bits", by a a-mendmenLi.
mendmenLi. a-mendmenLi. as th first nnfnr.
ence papers werehredded yes
ici us jr.
? Desnlf.e rmvnrts ffnrf. tn
narrow differences between the
Big .imree ana ie neutral na nations,
tions, nations, a spokesman for the Pa-
lclRt.fln rlolpo-atfnn cralt TTo..'.
... ....... auiu uaci O
plan was the "wrong approach"
.. .1 -n .i ... i i
anu n&usuia woma. nw accept
it regardless Of concessions.
U.S. Secretary nf Kt.at Jnhn
Foster Dulles, who returns to
Washington tonight, spent the
morningr consulting the foreign
ministers of Ethiopia and Spain
who had talked the day before
i uie Egyptian AmDassaaor
In London. v x
Meanwhile in" Cairo," the
usually well-informed Egyp
tian newspapers A! Ahram and
Al Akhbar said today that the
Russian government had of officially
ficially officially sent Premier Nikolai
Bultanln's proposal for a six-
nation head of government
conference on the Sues crisis
te Egypt. -".
Rlllcanin t,' vnnT-f, l.'k...
n .. .v((vi uvU iu IlfllTC
proposed a meeting of ths heads
of government of the United
States, Britain, France, Russia,
India, and Eerypt to seek a solu solution
tion solution to the Sues cri:;1s.
The Indian Embassy In Cairo
announced today that rovinst
AmDassaaor; Krishna Menon will
fly to London tomorrow nleht
COURT SALE U. S. Marshal Joseph I. Klnkaid, left, asked for bids, ar I Deputy Peter Ben -nan.
right. Jotted them down as bidders, next to Brennan, pushed the price of the Qmayas
to $23,000 today. Crewmen, attorneys and the public look on. Wearing white shirt, center, la
CapL J. B. Medina, master and part owner of the ship.
Iff t. peopfc
made an easy landing yesterday
peculation that the hotel may
n t:t end cf t; r-a-
will attempt to get negotiations
going oevweea, igypu ana uie
West. ... .
!::.! Tc3$ I!:sd$
t . .
Fcr Dwf!:!:d B&nk
The director of the Santo Tom as
Hospital's blood bank yesterday is issued
sued issued an urgent call for donors to
ronlnnich ihm hnenitnV, nmnlcilA.
ly-exnausiea supply oi Diood.-
Hospuai sources esumaiea mis
morning that an average of two
poor or Indigent patients die daily
us -m rpmiir nr nnpinrs lnnniniv in
apply surgery owing to the ltck of
LI i i
avauauie uiuuu piasma.
' Manv more woulil have died
ihm snnmp, nniil hn tt nnl lutaii
for loans from the blood bank of
the National Guard, w h i c h is
stocked with blood donated by
members of the police force,
V. K.u, iw... VVlUUVi tfl., UiC
UUUb ITUUII1 &CV,IIU 1U VIEW
or me laci mat avauaDie mooa
supplies would be insufficient if an
emergency snouia arise.
SHEFFIELD. EncTahd. Sent
21 (UP) The president or the
Sheffield teachers association
eautionedr members today to
Kathlem Wrivht tiU flint
, - Wm.u 0U1I1C
teachers forget how much can be
r i . ...
seen rrom uie iront oi uie class
when they wear low-necked
Intmth tnu ml ike
PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY. SEPTKIZia XI, 1936-
After a local orphanage and
an Ecuador bank had entered
claims against the motorship
Guayas, the hapless vessel was
Mocked down at a VS. Mar Mar-shal's
shal's Mar-shal's sale today for 23ft00.
ITcro nhsuirvers in court Circles
expected the sale to stand.
Tne claims inea wj i
those of a liquor firm, a fruit
company and a .local shipping
lagent. .., ..,..
The claims toiai aooui, ji.uuw
tn mhSrh mav be added some
it;nn in rnxta pnverlne CXDenseS
Iwhile the ship is In litigation,
and for repatriation oi me crew.
Capt. J. B. JUCama, wnu m
also part-owner of the former
subchaser, was, on hand this
morning for the bidding. He is
an Ecuadorean, and the Gua
yas flies the Ecuadorean flag.
. with un thirtv lnwvers. sea'
'men. lltliianta ana curiosity
seekers clustered on the porch
and In the doorways oi tne
District Courthouse to Ancon,
the sale started promptly at u
Only three bidders snowea up.
They were K. Anaerson, Dia-
wintr fnr Ant.ns Eisenmann oi
Panama; Petr H. Pappas of the
Dor.no Rpfrtcpratlon ComuanV
of Houston. Texas, and Sheldon
Silverston oi ran ammrau
Contractors, a firm listing offi
wi in Nw York. Panama. Nic
araeua. Guatemala. Honduras
and Costa Rica. ,. ;
VJS. Marshal Josepn i.
coid explained the terms of
the sale, warning bidders that
whatever action was taken fo fo-drnt
drnt fo-drnt v" snhrt tt pinl cpi-
II ne c 1 1 .JiT a I
fair price, he aaacd. tne saie
could be set aside and a new
sale conducted, v
Then Kincaid oangen oown
his gavel and asked for bids,
A deaa snence ensueu. j
After a little urging, Ander Anderson
son Anderson started the bids -at $5,000.
Lisflesslv SUverston and Pap Pap-pas
pas Pap-pas raised ; to figures, above
wincoM : mjompft nsrain that
the sale might not be confirm-
Sllverstoh raised the bid to
nnn nH t.h Ounvns was sold
to him. He went away" to get the
a.n r irt. fieri chCCk which
must be deposited with the mar-
tsejore ,suversum ci
courthouse parking lot, an
energetic Panamanian sea seaman,
man, seaman, Harold Watson Hearne,
stepped up to htm and applied
for a joK
SUverston said he had to get
the ship first..
Just before the sale started,
oitnrnfv Monnpi R. Mendez fil
ed a $541.50 libel suit on behalf
of the socieaaa ae ean r rancis rancis-co
co rancis-co de Sales, a Catholic order
which operates a boy 'a orphan-
Tne, manual irummg ae ae-partment
partment ae-partment of the orphanage
had performed work fin me me-chanical
chanical me-chanical parts for the Guayas,
and had; allegedly not been
MpanwKilA atinmev William J.
Sheridan Jr.. had fUed an inter
vention on behait oi ine uanco
Provincial de Ouavas which
claims, to have a $20,000 mort
e-9P on the shin.
This document claims the
bank mortgage is prior to all
Other claimant include the
Darien Fruit Company. L. K.
Cofer and the Comnanla Gener
al ae Licores.
eszTUfcrf, Ahrwhm Uncvln.
i : : Niqht Waich
I I "p ; Disappears
FIREFIGHTIxa TRAINEES who manned two flref ightlng
rigs and tooc nrt in a demonstration this morning were Car Carlos
los Carlos Lopez, 1! nr Clarke, Frearrirk Brooks, Charles Mul-
Hnrt, Wins' and Gif'. 'n II." Archer. Here three
' b- rnir; bu ,
v via on hand to ste the
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EACH OF THE CANAL'S new firefighting trainees, received a congratulatory handshake to today
day today from Gov. W. E. Potter when firefighters' badges were distributed at the graduation of
73 firemen. '".'. . ' -' -
73 Local-Rate Firemen Get Badges
. Seventy-three new Canal firemen who will staff the consolidated fire stations In the
Canal Zone following the transfer of fire fighting activities to the Canal Zone Government
received their official firemen's cap badges today .from Gov. William E. Potter, """r-"
During special graduation exercises held in the former Maintenance Division field of office
fice office In Ancon, Potter welcomed the new firefighting team and congratulated them on the
I fine work done to obtain their
Training for the grou started several months ago. AH are paid at the locality rates.
Except for those who replace some Navy firemen, they are replacing U.S. rate firemen and
enlisted men of the armed servics who were assigned to fight fires. ; p 7 ;
Potter reminded the trainees
they are holding highly compet competitive
itive competitive positions. ; r -'-.-'.
Actually, he said, 1250 men
applied for these positions and
only 73 wene graduated. Of
these, 27 .were transferred
from other Canal divisions; 45
are new to the Canal organ!-,
Following presentation of the
badges, Rupert Nicholas, one of
the trainees of the Pacific Dis Districtsurprised
trictsurprised Districtsurprised those In charge
of the graduation by asking to
make a statemenlt.
On behalf of the trainees he
delivered the following state statement,
ment, statement, addressed to Chief W. E.
Jones and training officer A. J.
Mathon of the Pacific fire dis district:
"Please accept this as a fee-
ble effort on our part to express
x Order Book
., ( -..t-". -j
our sincere appreciation ana
thanks to you, lor the time, ef effort,
fort, effort, and Interest you have de devoted
voted devoted on our behalf during the
."Through you, we would like
to express our thanks also to
the canal Zone Governor, the
Civil Affairs Director, and all
other members of the company
Government Administr a tlon
LONDON. Sent. 21 (UPV-An of
ficial of the British Broadcasting
Corp., said today the Sunday tele
vision sereening of Salome's dance
of the seven veils will go on as
scheduled despite protests of the
Lord's Day Observsnce Society.
'After all,". the 'official said, 'It
is Biblical." I
NEW YORK, Seor. 21 (UP
on the liner Stockholm disappeared between the time of
trie ships collision with the Andrea Doria and the time it
returned to New York with survivors of the tragedy, it wqs
; Charles S. Haight; attorney for the Swedish-American
LineJ stated at a pre-trial hearing that the important
item of evidence "had not been found preserved" when
the Stockholm returned here to go into drydock July 27,
two days after the collision that sank the Italian liner off
the Massachusetts coast. k
Third mate Ernest Carstens-Johansen, first witness
called in pretrial testimony, described the record as the
night order, book, a pad on which the officer in ehorAe
keeps a record of orders during the night watch.-
The witness was in charge on the Stockholm at the
time of the collision.
"The captain gave the book to
me before he went down to his
cabin lor the night," Carstens Carstens-Johansen
Johansen Carstens-Johansen testified ' ; J
"He didnt give ,'rne any writ written
ten written nigrit orders that night,
however, because he hadnt gone
to bed." '
Put ' t '.Tin nf, ex cf
who. In one way or another. hv.
contributed toward makrng this
tnvgim pussioie. i ..
"We are not In a position to
know exactly how many months
were Involved, but we feel cer certain
tain certain that It must have necessi necessitated
tated necessitated long hours of planning
and coordination in advance of
tne actual classes in order for
you to have attained the stand standard
ard standard of training we were prlvileg-
mm receive. ;
"We recognise further that
a constant vigilence was nec necessary
essary necessary In order for schedules to
be met and kept. We observ observed
ed observed how the officers and mem members
bers members devoted many of their off
duty hours to the program,
and we were cognizant also of
the tolerance you displayed
(Continued oa rage 10)
- A record of orders aWen
since. The attorney did not ex explain
plain explain what had happened to it.
nagnt snaicated that all
other records of the Stockholm
Were available to be placed In
evidence. He submitted several
at the morning hearing.
t' t ft" 1 1 t -1
u,& Vit .-r rri,i t : i 'i f -t
ship had pasif d l.jcka'. la la-land
land la-land and therefore there was no
official record of the weather at
the time of the collision..
The tragedy took place Just
off Martha's Vineyard island
before the Stockholm reached
The 26-year-old third matt
testified yesterday taht fog
temporarily obscured the Andrea
Doris i until it was l.g or 1.9 mile,
off the port side of .the Stock Stock-holm.
holm. Stock-holm. j. .-, ..
He testified today that the
Andre, Doria was apparently
hidden by a "fog patch" ra rather
ther rather than a general for condi condition.
tion. condition. ... :.
"Didnt it occur to you to to to-quire
quire to-quire of the Nantucket light ves vessel
sel vessel what weather conditiona
were?" he was asked byTEugene
Underwood, attorney for the
"No, I did not know I could
get a report from Nantucket"
, Weather conditions at the
time of tha collision have been
the major point at issue since ;
the start of the pre-trial hear hear-ings
ings hear-ings to fix the blame for the sea
susasier which took 50 lives.
ne fcwedish Line contends
the ships collided 50 miles
south of Nantucket. I'ght in
moonlljht the night of July
25; the Italian Line insists the
night was foggy.
The hearings, .which started
Monday,' art being held before
four unpaid referees in rotation
to take pre-trial depositions of
witnesses who may not be able
to appear when damage suits
are tried. s-w ;
The Kalian Line Is suintr the
Swedish-American Line for $25
minion. The Swedish-American
Line is asking $2 million from
wre icauan une. i
Some 1000 shippers and pas
sengers have filed damage unite
totaling more than $10 million
from both sides.
Brinq; About Move
Of Cen. Hiohtower
Brlsr. Gen. Louis V. Klghtower
has been moved from the Job of
chief of staff of USARCARIB, to
a newlyMireated position, that
of deputty commanding general,
Col. James L. Fink, jr.,' lor lor-merly
merly lor-merly deputy chief of staff, was
announced as chief of staff. The
office of deputy chief, of staff
has been eliminated.
; to other staff changes, w. coi..
E. G. Owens, formerly secretary
general staff, has been moved to
the G-3 section,, USARCARIB
headquarters at Fort Amador
and Lt. CoL W. P. Knowles.was
moved from the G-3 section to
the position of secretary general
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THE MAIL BOX
X hive been, living In Panama tot some time now but there
are still some things I do not understand Perhaps you. could
five me -the answer. ; ,y ; v--,- :?
V I want to'the "Sneak Preview" at the Bella Vista Thea Theatre
tre Theatre this week. Expecting to ee a really good picture that is
what a sneak preview" is in the. States a preview of an, out outstanding
standing outstanding nlcture. To my cusanpointmsnt I saw a Grade: B Or
C picture, definitely not one I
any time. This is nignway rowwry. in-aaaiuon, you pay ire.
at the Bella Vista this la OK, It is a nice theatre In spite of
the fact that their ladles room la never clean. But why dO the
Lux and Central that are not new theaters also charge 75c.
They must make an enormous profit, Why not lower the prices
to tOc., show more of a variety of pictures? Must it always be
a. musical or a western? ; And I bet they would make more
money. "tV?-.-'xJt-: '
i eniov solnt to the President because X Me seeing films
Tin an in other countries. Have
ing European pictures exclusively, the good one, not the smut smutty
ty smutty ones. The Cecilia theater on Central Avenue is a disgrace
in this respecU-have the authorities no conscience? : :
2. Whv are the roads so bad? They have been allowed to
I deteriorate to such a eonaiuon tn&t tney ail the topic of all
dinner discussions and everything else. The road from; the
" church next to the El Panama Hotel which leads to the Unl-
,' vexsity is like a-washboard. Why not limit trucks, etc. to cer-
1- tain highways which can stand the Joad as 'they do In the
; States? What money pays for repair ot the roads? Are a cer-
tain portion of taxes allotted or Is it on a "catch as catch can"
I basl? Whatever it Is, it is pretty bad.
1 . 1 Is there any bakery or diary that can deliver fresh milk
I and bread together to a home early in the morning? This com-
monpl&ce that one takes for granted u not to be iound here it
t seems. "A small thing but a daily nuisance when It is not dell-
yered. Somebody could make a good Uttie business ot this.
! X have heard that all PZs In the C2 are going :to close
. down at the end of the year. No one Is saying anything about
lv particularly, the PX managers, but the rumor grows dally.
Also does anybody have the straight dope on Commy privi privileges?
leges? privileges? Are all US citizens living in Panama who presently have
; privileges going to lose them come Jan. 1? Bow about the wom wom-en
en wom-en who have limited privileges? Are they going to lose the
! altogether. -
Ifeve you ever thought of
tn'the 1936 One and this
V Tou could sell them for a dollar, and they would sell like hot hot-L
L hot-L takes. Everyone is interested, but no one really, knows.
i' In EngUsh and in Spanish, it would be ft bargain. I would
j buy five.
" The recent decision of a U.S. Judge in, a case of embezzle embezzle-;i
;i embezzle-;i ment is an insult to the American people, the American way
of llfa and to toe U.S. Judicial system. A man, who over a
!', period of eight years has embezzled over $12,000, ia allowed to
i go free. There is absolutely no justice in a decision like that.
1! From what 1 have read in the papers In the comparatively
! abort time I have been here, It would seem as though the more
" terrible the crime committed, the more lenient the sentence.
!! One U.S. citizen killed a woman with his automobile and he
was fined $100. Another pushed a woman from his moving car
J and left the scene. The woman died and how was the man
i punianeav a mere line. i
J Another man embezzles a huge lum ot money from the
Church and he Is allowed to go tree. ,. .
- It looks at though Miss Minnie picked the wrong place to
? do her embezzling. It she had done H down here she would be
; tree to atart all over and do it again. Or perhaps I am wrong
ii perhaps it is only the men who can get away with it down
j here. Maybe Miss Minnie would have been sentenced. If the
embezzler had been a Local Rater or a Panamanian he would
ti probably spend the rest of his life in Gamboa.
I; Compare the recent imposition of a $10 tine on a Panama Panama-ti
ti Panama-ti nlan for going 86 mph in a 28 milt tone or the $25 tine im im-J
J im-J posed on a Panamanian for loitering. They probably do not
i tarn one-third as much as our esteemed VM. citizen but they
are forced to cay fines for tiny infractions of the laws. Our
1 1 dignified US. citizen only has
his greatly to be admired friends were unable to collect lor
,i him. And he is given years to make the repayment
I had believed that X was a Christian but now I am all at
Jl sea. I felt the Minister vu a man one could look up to. Now
'I am wondering.' I can understand his action in requesting
; clemency but X definitely feel that he hat deserted his parish parish-j
j parish-j i hlonera in favor of one lost souL y,
"I J lie has completely turned his back on the welfare of the
Church. I wonder it ha realizes how much harm he has done?
J To me, his crime against his congregation is nearly as great
ii aa that of the embezzler. I guess the Margarita Church won't
'J have to worry about anyone embezzling funds again they
won't have a large enough mmebershlp to contribute funds to
stake embezzling worth while.
! TO me, tome of the judge's decision seem inconsistent.. One
man stole $20,000 from a private concern, so he was sentenced
.!! to prison. Another stole a much smaller amount and ha was
ii sentenced to prison. Now we
; the church, and he goes tree.
11 We are newcomers to the Canal Zone, and have two boys
' attending High School On the first day ot school, buses took
eur children home for lunch. That was fine. The next day' they
-' were told to eat at the Balboa Clubhouse or carry their lunch.
;! They wanted to try the clubhouse and so ran In the rain to
1 an already overcrowded center, where they were almost stun stun-"
" stun-" pered In the washroom. They gave up and waited in line 19
,i minutes, then five more tor a clean table. Cost of two lunches,
$1.40. The next day they were home with a cold. The following
"day I packed cheese sandwiches, which melted in the locker.
11 They were told they could eat in one room which vu also
;; overcrowded. No Crinka were available.
We just left a school with a large cafeteria on the school
'grounds. Each morning all students had a 1 minute period free
,,tor nourishment utt as all working people doeven here
Are health authorities aware that there are no fans in
classrooms, and that students fall asleep or become ill because
u of the temperature?. .-,
Business offices have fans. Our schools are also important.
;! Teachers and pupila would bentflt, I am sure.; We hear there
it Is a mortage of buses. Our boys are willing to ride In a truck
I.70 t SSO
IA B0 4 OO
ers fcsaelAd ia wklhj tmMtttM
would have chosen to see
thev ever thought of Just show
the idea of publishing the treaty
new One; in a lltUe pamphlet?
to make up the balance which-
have this man who stole from
One Who Hates Injustice.
WASHINGTON (NEA) Pho Photographers
tographers Photographers who will cover the
campaigns rate presidential and
vice-presiaenuai candidates as
picture subjects like this:
jMsennower produces good
expressions. Is cooperative. But
he tends to hurry photographers.
oievenson oomeumes ex
tremely cooperative. Sometimes
a little impatient. Usually jokes
them into hurrying. Generally a
good subject for producine action.
Mxon Used to be most co
operative photo subject of all
public figures. But in the last
few months he has become a lit
tle touchy on how bis picture u
Ketauver Will hold still for
shots as long as photographers
aik him to. nut it's hard to get
good expressions and animation
from him. Poker-faced except for
mi Dig tootny smile. Classes also
mute urn hard to photograph.
The size ot this year's popular
vote has political dopesters
scratching their pencils.
Tha total voting-age population
win be around 104 million. This
is ud more than four million from
1952, when only 60 million turned
out to vote, in 1948 the total vote
was under SO million. A io-million
vote increase ever 1852 is not eon-
sidered likely this year. In spite
or air tne -uet out tne vote" cam.
psigns, signs now point to an in increase
crease increase la the number of stsy-at-
Anyone bothered about how
much money to give to bit favor
ite political party this year can
xei au xinas or advice.
A'L-Clo Committee on Political
Education is trvlni to set a buck
apiece from' its U million mem members,,
bers,, members,, and will be doing well it
20 per cent ot the membership
Democratic Nation? rnmmlu
Chairman- Paul Butler says, "If
wo couiq get j eacn xrom a mil million
lion million people, we'd have the seven
million dollars we wilt- need to
uuanca our campaign."
U.S. Chamber of.t- Commerce
msgazme,- "Nation's Business,"
has a couple of more complicated
uuiuiuas ioi laiier cats. ; ,i
It OUOte On unnmait tA,.mJ
mm leaaer wno expects his Jun-
cActuuvcj io give inree inree-lourths
lourths inree-lourths of one ner cent nt im-v
middle group to give one per cent
ana ujp oiacxep Dig snots to give
,une Ana a quarter per cent.
'. would be $ to $75 for
a $,000-tO"l0,000 man. -200 for
a -20,000 man, $375 to $625 for
3,(WOto-$50,ooo men. rT H
Kep. John M. Vorvs
says a fair formula would b five
Per emrL?t 11 st Jar's income
taxes. This would be $25 on every
$500 of income taxes paid, $50 on
vol (I fl,UUU. - ;i (j
All these figures' are- of course
way under the li; ti Act legal
limit of $5,000 contobutd by any
individual to any one political or organization
ganization organization r candidate for office.
Comparison of the voting rec
ords of Richard M. Nixon and
ws .wauver,wnen; tney were
both U.S. senators gives one site
ud on these aandidAt r
Ketauver Voted for anA Nlxnn'
agamst these issues. I
Federal grants tn aiil mMin.t
school education; public bousing
program of 45,000 units (Nixon
lavored 5,000); M5i amendments
to the Teft-Hartley labor act; fed federal
eral federal regulation of natural gas
Nixon voted for and Xefauver
against these issues:
Return of tidelands oil rights to
the states ;Jenner amendment to
publish state public assistance
Both men voted for abolltlnn of
the poll tax. Alaska statehood and
at. Lawrence seawsv.
On some 1952 issues, Kefauver
aosent campaigning, since
1953, Vice President Nixon -has
voted only to oreak ties
Air Transnort Association offi
cials expect this to be tne most
airborne campaign ever. Four
years ago the presidential and
vice presidential candidates flew
a total of 188,000 miles. ATA estl.
mates this will be greatly in in-creased
creased in-creased this year by more "hedee-
hopping" by air, to replace the
. President Eisenhower himself
will decide when a trip ot his is
"political" or "nonpolitical."
When it's political, Republican
National Committee foots the bill.
Air force and White House wont
reveal what the government
charges for a campaign trip in
the Columbine III, the President's
private plane. The report is it's
$100 an hour, which is lower than
charter fees for similar private
A. J. Hayes, president of the
strong International Association of
Machinists '-r Whose union held
its convention in San Francisco
right after the Republicans moved
out of town left the door open
for formation Of a third (labor)
party at some indefinite time in
Hayes defined the two major
political parties today as "not
poucy-maKing organizations, but
rather mediation groups, each
seeklngv to compromise a wide
variety of opinions . Party plat
forms are not oinaing on anyone.
They are hopes for some, vote vote-getting
getting vote-getting devices for others,
"night now the labor movement
Is not contemplating the estab establishment
lishment establishment of a third party," Hayes
aeciarea. But men ne added that,
"We do not agree with the con con-cent
cent con-cent that only a two-party system
will best serve the interests of our
"As a matter of fact, third par
ties, while seldom successful in
achieving major victories, have a
profound Influence on the develop development
ment development of the nation's economic and
BRITISH DESIGN "'FLYINO CANTALOUPE" The above drawingi by British artist John
- W. Wood show a projected man-made satellite for outer space Looking like a monster can can-.
. can-. taloupe, it was designed by three members of the British Interplanetary Society. At left, the
16-ton, three-stage rocket is shown Jettisoning Its ballistic nose-cone prior to the inflation of
the lightweight metal-foil satellite. At. right, the fully inflated satellite, six to eight feet in
diameter, commences Us orbit around the eaath at a speed -of 18,000 miles per hour. The satel satellite
lite satellite would be tracked from ground stations just before dawn and shortly after sunset by means
ot reflected light from the sua. The design was first presented at the second International Con Con-gress
gress Con-gress on astronautics in London In 1931. 1 .'""' ''
THREE-LECCED WING DING With Hs legs half-submerged, this new wing boat, designed
by German engineer Friedrich Wendel,. races along the Elbe River In a demonstration cruise
near Hamburg. The rear leg steers the boat while propellers on the two front legs drive it.'
Wendel, who is planniag to build bigger wing boats tor use on coastal routes, has done better
than $0 miles per hour ea hit trial runs, .- ;
LONDON If the world is inter
ested in the answer to tne Suez
Canal problem, the solution is not
war. The solution is simpler, I'm
told by the usual informed
sources although nobody's really
considered it yet.
The solution : Is so old It goes
back to our War Between the
States blockade. ...
If President Nssser if to be
what the British failed "chast "chastened.
ened. "chastened. of fired ;tor his presump.
tion, blockade is the answer; The
Suez Canal is not really vital to
the world's commerce, since tne
commerce can always take 'the
long way 'round.
But the Suez Canal Is complete completely
ly completely vital to Esyptea economy. Stop
the traffic through it with the co-1
operation of the li nations Nasser
now rejects and you literally
starve the Egyptians into submis submission,
sion, submission, -.' v-i -fc--- ' X" :
1 You do not buy their cotton.
You 0 not patronise their canal.
You freeze their assets abroad
and the end answer is not war.
They'll' have Nasser out of his
seat in six minutes, without the
necessity of the armed forces tak
wouldn't surprise me at all
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if they had General Mohammed
jNeguio out 01 nouse-arrest and
back in the driver's seat within lOlmake an outlaw traffic feasible.
minutes 01 a
after Nasser left
Nasser has been guilty of only
one thing, really adolescent ea
gerness and stubbor&ess. He
jumped the gun on .a contract
which had some years to run,
and was pretty arrogant about i.
since the British were being kicked
around globally. He overbet hlm-i
sel in 1 poker hand without the
wauet 10 Dace nis niay.
r To make the 'canal unusable, an
the blockaders have to do as they
are doing is withdraw pilots, for
Instance. A canal pilot must be a
qualified seagoing master, -with
not less than 10 years at sea to
his credit. He must know navi
gation 'in some 13. languages. He
must have had ,a solid prep course
of two. years, and be must know
channel depths and tfae thousand
The canal Is a very tricky propo
sition, since it varies capriciously
in depth add beam ,and one ship
aground costs thousands of pounds
hundreds of thousands of pounds
in irainc tees wnue it is neing
floated. It is physically impossiblehappened to Hitler.
hm a SPECIALTY -W
THE BEST RECIPES
for Egypt to recruit sufficient ca
nai pilots in the next 10 years to
In a war of attrition, all the
French and English have to do is
withdrsw their pilots, and no mat mat-ter,
ter, mat-ter, what the Egyptians say, they
cant muster a trained Suez Canal
pilot -force inside of at least 10
years-not. at the .prices vthy
charge t o help maintain their
. The secret; weapon i against
Egypt, ..therefore, is the Implied
threatv of bankruptcy, f, .Funds
abroad are frozen.. Cnttnn ia nnt
bought. The canal Is not used, the!
world says limply,, ?We .-ain't hav-
Ing any," and our ambitious
young man, Nasser, is cast out
flat on his. aspirations.
; f V.--"-s
r It is,. 0 course, a pity that the
average Egyptian should suffer
for an overplayed bridge hand.
But-tho problem is not worth war,
and it will take only a very few
days for the people to decide lhat
Ganjal Abdel Nasser got too big
for his britches, largely due to an
international importance he did
not merit s.,.,- i
Like we .used to say In Cuba.
they come and they. go. It also
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Editor: Drew Pearten's column'
today takes the form of a Utter,
t hit grandson. Drew Arnold.1
written from Israel.
The othet I wnt tn A farm
in Israel not far from the border,
01 Jordan. Jordan, at you may
know from your Sunday school,
is now an Arab 'country, while
Israel is Jewish.
Thr isn't much nf knrrlor
between them, inrt whn t intpr.
viewed a Jewish tractor driver oniVuers oem meir oacks and c
his farm in "Israel, the wind blew."1' trench, themselves thst i
the fertilizer dust from his fer
tilizer spreader across the border
and helped to improve the soil
of Arab Jordan. He was spread-
ink fertilizer on his farm just as
we do in Maryland, only his lant
was ao rocky that we wouldn t
even have considered farming it
Across the border in Jordan
were tome Arab children tending
a flock of sheep. There were no
fences, and the sheep, who don't
know much about international
borders, would have walked right
over lntn Uriel rinl that th
little Arab girls didn't let them.!
The little Arab girls didn't seem
worried about the Jewish tractor.
They were so close that they
could talk to the tractor driver.
but they were all Just as peaceful
as the sheep 'herding you've read
sbout in the Bible, thousands of
years ago. a .-.-.-.....
I was interviewing the Jewish
tractor driven whose name was
Amos, when two little Arsb boys
peeked over the brow of the hiU.!Be' the Dead Sea.. They didn't
to see what we were doing. They
were about your age, and after
peeking at our csmera and TV
equipment they disappeared.
Pretty soon, two members of
the Arsb lesion, which is the Jor
dan army, appeared on top of
the hill and pointed their rifles
at us. They didn't shoot, but they
waved with their rifles for us to
get away. I Suppose they were
suspicious of our TV equipment
and thought we might be setting
up machine-gun nests.'; ?
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within our rights, : but we didnt
v wan: on uriei icrruory ana
argue, we left, it doesn't pay to oi mnceton Universltv.
argue when guns are poked attBalph McGill, editor of Atlanta
you. Besides, we had finished oW Constitution, and a member of
work. J tne advisory group, told newsmen
I got to thinking about this aft- tt the meeting at the White
erward is an illustration of what House 1 was "very preliminary"
the Holy Land, the land where n that recommendations pn how
the Man was born who preached tne awards should be made would
peace,:, faces today. 3 i' ?, .:':.-icome- letet ,.w4. ..
The little Arab' girls .tendingj, .Th4j President -propose! Crea Crea-their
their Crea-their flocks- had nothing against1"0" the awards system for out out-the
the out-the Jewish tractor drive just a standing civilians in the arts scl-
tew yards away, nut tne Arab le-
gionnairest who are tramed to
fight, were suspicious.
That is what Is happening in
the Holy Land.' The people on
h h s ies' of the border want
e. l-h'f are r'lout 180,000 of
S r Uipy gt slni""
... v, i i: ; j S. I taiked In
many of Uicni and they work well
together t and ; live peaceably to-
gether. ,-' ;-1
HATS-MONGERS AT WORK
But the Arab leaders 'on the
other side of the border stir up
suspicion and hatred. It helps
them politically, just as some pol politicians
iticians politicians in tha United States stir
up the segregation issue because
it neips them get elected,
Driving baekv from the border
to Tel Aviv, I passed an Arab
village named Jat. Outside was
a well, several thousand years
oia, and Aran women -were car carrying
rying carrying water from the welL to the
village on their heads just as Re Rebecca
becca Rebecca did when Abraham sought
a wife for Isaac many years ago.
And I couldn't help but think
that if some of the JewUh neonle.
not the government, should dig a
trench and lay a pipe from the
well into the village as aa act of
friendship, it would save those
atsd women from carrying water
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and mieht break down sit. f
this suspicion between Arabs
Jews, ior word would n K
Demna tne Aran iron Curiam r
Jordan, telling how the Jen.
people were helping the Arab;.
I remember how the Ouak,
iwe reugioua group your gran.
tDer belongs to, dug a two-r
trench and laid a pipe into a IV
lean village near Tampico wh..
never had had water before.
It wasn't "only that they brou :1
water to a village that had bc bc-had
had bc-had water. It was that vor
! 1 1 . t
ressed the Mexicans and wen
ot of friendship for the Uiui
JIWS WANT f E AC I
The Jewish people are doing
wonderful job here. They s
building a great country, and th
are being fair to the Arab peo
inside their borders. They a
warn pcacA W1U Uie AT 1,0 peoj. 4
outside their borders.
But they need to worry moi a
over the little boys about yo r
ago wuu pecreu aown over i.-i
hill me and then ran off to t 1
the Arab legion about our takir
pictures at the bottom of the h i.
Those little boys, if we are not
careful, will grow up to spreai
more suspicion and hate. And if
that happens there will, be war
or the threat of war for years to
come in a land that was dedicated
to peace. . ,
I Will Write VOU AOnn hnnt S1
the camels I saw wandering loose
seem to belong to anybody,- and
wcjr oion i nave mucn to eat.
I!ce To Set Up
Fcr Ciyilbs; ; ;
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (TJP) (TJP)-Presidant
Presidant (TJP)-Presidant Eisenhower yesterday
uscussed his proposal to let up a
system of awards for meritorious
service by outstanding civilians.
He met With An. AHuitnrv UMim
headed by President Harold W.
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M ASIIINGTON7, Sept. 21 (IT),
, : e sovtrnment today lowered
a n payments on federslly-
11 red homes costing less than
UvO and eased federal restraints
a mortgage money to help the
li-iing home-building industry.
The actions were taken in re-s.-onse
to President Eisenhower's
request for a review of housing
credit needs. Housing Adminis
trator Albert M. Cole said they
im!1 "raise the level" of home
i luiding and particularly benefit
"home buyers of modest means."
Under the four-point plan, the
Federal Housing Administration
N reduced minimum down-payments
f r FHA-insured home costing
' 000 or less from 7 to 5 per cent
iiiis means the buyer will have
to pay down -about $180 less for
a p.OOO home. . '.':.!
Down payments will not le cut
for FHa insured homes costing
riore than $9,000. The program
also will have no direct effect on
si-called conventional home loans
which normally require a. down
payment of about 25 per cent on
new homes.- ','- ,- 1 I
The other three move Involved
rovernment financing regulations.
They were designed to ease the
current squeeze on mortgage
money which builders blame for
a drop of about 200,000 in new
home starts this year.
Cole told'a news conference the
steps do not pose an inflationary
threat because the Federal Re Reserve
serve Reserve Board's credit curbs have
brought inflationary dan dangers
gers dangers 'pretty ; well in hand.". He
said they merely will put builders
'in position to compete favorably
with other segments of the etono etono-my'Vfor
my'Vfor etono-my'Vfor kpg-term loans. V
The Housing Chief would not
estimate how many 'additional
homes will be started, this year
as a result cf the program. But
he said 1.200 Q00 new homes
'ftu'te p-rsibiy will be started
in 1956 'if we htve enough mon money."
ey." money." About 1,300,000' new homes
, were started last year.
Cole said FHA is giving no
consideration" to raising jts -4V4
per cent interest rate to attract
mortgage money. He also said
the Veterans Administration is
not relaxing its minimum down
payment of 2 per cent on GI
homes because it is 'very low
anyhow." . .
The horaebuildiBg industry,
which has been pressing for gov government
ernment government action to ease the situa situation,
tion, situation, promptly applauded the new
? In addition to lowering down
payment requirements on 'mod 'modest"
est" 'modest" homes, the new program:
Requires persons selling home
mortgages to the Federal Nation
al Mortgage Association to buy
the association's stock at a rate
of only 1 per- cent of toe value
of the mortgages. This is the leg
al minimum. The requirement
was cut from 3 to 2 per cent on
Aug. This is designed to en encourage
courage encourage lenders to grant home
loans. . i
Permit the mortgage associa association
tion association to make advance commit commitments
ments commitments to buy home mortgages at
more favorable prices. This is
designed to enable builders to
plan ahead with the assurance
that the association will take
their mortgages if they cannot I
obtain satisfactory financing.
Relaxed Federal Home Loan
Bank rules to let member insti institutions
tutions institutions borrow up to 12V4 per cent
of their capital, shares 'in order
to improve the capacity of local
home financing institutions lo
meet the demand for sound .borne
mortgage loans." The previous
limit was 10 per cent.
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maintaining her road blockade for three days, Mrs. Zariczny agreed- to a one-week truce
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SAULT STE, MARIE.' Mich. -(UP)
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which O'Connor was sitting broke
while he was leaning against the
handle of his push-broom. The
handle penetrated his throat and
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see the people doing these beau beautiful
tiful beautiful passes, and want to try it
Her nemesis was about the tenth,
and biggest, bull she'd faced in
several visits to Spain, she said.
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the ring. They were playing a a-round,"
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' TOASTMASTERS INSTALL NEW OFFICERS President Ford Tabor addresses members and wlve f th mi,ii.w -r V .' ""'
monies Tuesday evening in the Fern Room of the Tivoli Hotel. Seated are Hd F??nk Erl to installation cere-
Frank Ryan; Toastmaster and Mrs. Richard Baker; and Thomas Ball, incoming Present New amSiu aoUhL .X r.'uK Ttermaster and. M
Ted Saundera, secretary;-Paul Price, Treasuwr;- and J. M. McNamaVa Sergelnt-atArs ? I?aac Harrouche. Second Vici President;.
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MR. AND MRS. EUGENE TALMADGE SALTER whose marriage took place at the Miracul Miraculous
ous Miraculous Medal Church In Colon, Sept 12. Mrs. Salter Is the former Mercedes Peterson, daughter
ct Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Peterson of New Cristobal." -
US 'Amiti COMPTROLLER ENTERTAINED .
PUKING FOl'R-D AY VISIT HERE
H LL ntvvtl t aurin L. AVHUlams, U.SArmy Conr4,'0,'"'.
v'. v! i to the Isthmus ended this niusi i r
,.uiior at a number of entertainments heie.
Auesuy night the comptroller was the dinner guest of
General and Mrs. Thomas Harrold at their home at Fort'
Amador. Wednesday, the Commandant of USARCARIB
school CoL Gines Peres entertained him for luncheon.
That evening a formal dinner party was given for the
General at the. Fort Amador Officers' Open Mess. Hosts for
the reception were the Office of the Comptroller, the Fi Finance
nance Finance and Accounting Office and the Army Audlct Agency.
Last night General Williams was again entertained at
dinner by General and Mrs. Harrold. He was scheduled to
leave this morning.
Zone's First lady
ttivei 'Get-Acquainted Tea
A eroun of ladies gathered at
the Governor's Mansion for tea
this afternoon at the invitation of
Mrs. William E. Potter, wife of
the .Governor of the Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone. Mrs. Potter has issued
invitations ; for another tea,
These are the" first of a series of
"get acquainted teas which Mrs
Potter has planned for the ladies
Cuban Society Gives Banquet ."
In Honor Of Ambassador
Hi e Cuban bonciv will give a
- ih inuTt 1 'tat he Union
i. i i.na in I .1" .,...! .uiuoCO
de Aiiiaikia y Vaioiu.
of the Canal Zone Government and
the Panama Canal Company.
Diplomatic Wives '
Feted At Embassy Tea
Mrs. Hugo Moncayo, wife of the
Ecuadorean Ambassador to Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, had wives of members of the
Diplomatic Corps accredited to
Panama te a tea yesterdav after-i
noon at the Embassy Residence1
on La Cresta. I
Colombian Ambassador s
Will Give Buffet At Union Club
The Colombian Ambassador and
Mrs. Raul H. Barrios have issued
invitations for a cocktail-buffet to
be held at the Union Club tomor
row, night, v
Back From Inauguration
In El Salvadar '
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Vallarino
and Mr; and Mrs. Roberto Motta
returned Tuesday from El Salva Salvador,
dor, Salvador, where tbey attended the inau inauguration
guration inauguration of the President as mem members
bers members of the Panama Delegation, y
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THE LAST HURRAH Edwin'
THE MANDARINS Simone de
A THING OF BEAUTY A: J.
A SINGLE PEBBLE John Her-
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IMPERIAL WOMAN Pearl S.
EISENHOWER: THE INSIDE
STORY Robert J, Donovan -GUESTWARD
Hooton and Patrick Dennis
ARTHRITIS AND COMMON
SENSE Dan Date Alexander ;
THE BIRTH OF BRITAIN Sir!
LOVE OR ,PERISH Smiley
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tolumii ihoiild b lubmitted U
type-writttn form and mailed to on
of th box number listed iily In
'Social and Otherwije," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hind to the office. Notices of
meetings cannot Jbe i-pted If
Arts And Crafis Group
Of Btlboa Women's Club . I
The Arts and Crafts Group, of!
the Balboa Woman's Club will hold
an important meeting on Monday,
at 9 a.m. at the home of Mrs
Huehes. House 1520-A. Akee St.. in
the Gavilan Area. Plans will te
discussed for our annual exhibit
and all members are urged to at
tend. There will also be a demon
stratum of candle decorating and
Balboa Women's Club
The regular stated. Board meet
ing of the Balboa Women's Club
will be held Wednesday Sept. 26
at nine a.m. at the Jewish Welfare
Center. All members are urged to
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HOLD LESSON FOR PARENTS,
"The thing that amazed me,"
said a school teacher who took on
a selling job during the summer
months, "was how much more
courteously I was treated as a
saleswoman than as a teacher."
That remark came from a wom
an who has for years been the
very finest kind of high school
teacher. She has been interested
in her students individually, their
problems and their futures as well
as their school work.
No wonder there is a teacher
shortage: If a woman of charac character,
ter, character, patience and real teaching
ability is treated better by poten potential
tial potential customers to whom she is
trying to sell an article than by
many of the teen-agers to -whom
she is trying to "sell" a free edu education,
cation, education, at least some of the blame
for the teacher shortage can be
laid at the. feet of parents.
For unless parents have respect
for' their children's teachers and
back up the teachers who try to
maintain discipline, lnstul Knowl Knowledge
edge Knowledge and teach good work habits,
the kids are sure to grow into the
kind of' unmanageable, disrespect disrespectful,
ful, disrespectful, troublemaking adolescents
who make high school teaching
today the hard job that it is.
Another Voice Df Experience
Another ex-teacher who, though
married, : had tried substitute
teaching for a few, months, added
her- owni bit to what the other
teacher had said.
"I made up my mind after a
few months of substitute teaching
fiat I'd scrub floors before I sub sub-iw'
iw' sub-iw' .'' again. No matter how
nuu' high schoolers are to their
regular teachers, they are even
worse to a substitute.
Neither of the above experiences
makes a very pretty story. The
pity is that parents don't often
hear teachers talk when they are
being quite so frank.
If they did. teachers might re
ceive a little more respect and
courtesy from both students and
their parents. -v
West Va. Governor
Seeking To Lure
New Industries t v
NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (UP)
Gov. William C.-Marland of West
Virginia today held conferences
with industrialists for : a second
day in a row in efforts to lure
new plants to his state.
Marland declined to reveal the
results of his talks.
Yesterday Marland met with
'prospects' in the fields of elec electronics,
tronics, electronics, chemical and clothing.
OUT OF SNAKES
GORHAM, Me. (UP)-' Rov
Spear, herpetologist (reptile iu
dent), had to refuse a speaking
engagement at a Kiwanis Club.
He did not have a snake. Snear
claimel he ate all those lie had
au . ?
It t medlcttcd powder
with t iUrch bese. Re Re-trahn,
trahn, Re-trahn, eoothw. rellevee
kin IfriteUoa end pro pro-rcti
rcti pro-rcti the akin. Km.
Ueimna la your heme.
For ennbere, tad (or jew i
the Heneae SUa Balml
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WINS BEST SPEAKER AWARD Toastmaster Ron. Ely (right) "l nressnted "RatlM T?st
I Speaker of the Evening award by Toastmaster Frank Ryan ,t th? Sw Tuesday eVeninJ
I fating of the Isthmian Toastmasters Club In the rmWMSJT'
1 ivet1 Ford Tar and sally Baker, wife of VtmMmlMB.vSS
: 5If Lnew- J?,cers er? lntaed. Incoming officers ar Toastmasters Thomaa BaU PreS!
i dent; Frank Furey, First Vice-President; Isaac Harrouche: Ted Saunders ecrftm-vPaT,l
Price, Treasurer; and J.-M. McNamara, Sergeant-at-Arms. aunoers, secretary, Paul
AWARD CEREMONY Lloyd C. Urnst (left center), of the signal communications branch,'
Corozal receives the meritorious civilian service award from Col. Edwin O. Earl (right cen center).
ter). center). USARCARIB Signal Officer, In ceremonies held recently In the latter's offices at Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal Ernst earned the award with his work In microwave and television projects on the
Isthmus. Looking on are Frederic C. Wlnslow (left), also of signal communications, and Mai
WUlard Flint (right), commanding officer of the Branch. (UJB. Army Photo.
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DINING and DANCING nightly in the rooftop BELLA
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COCKTAIL HOUR in the BALBOA. BAR friends meet at
. noon as well as after work to enjoy our fine drinks
and Lucho Azcarraga's organ music.
' And on Fridays and Saturdays, there's also f f: v,
the popular CLUB 4:30 from midnight in the bar.
ROUND-THE-CLOCK SERVICE at our
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TT3 PANAMA -AMERICA AN ENTEPEXDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
.'cs.Tit Hem Party Per
. r. And Mrs. Jutn Cerrea
Dr. and Mrs. Juan Correa were
r s:s o honor at a buffet-dinner
I rly given by Dr. Correa's par-
e t, sir. ana Mrs. Juan Ju wrrea
cf El Cangrejo.
The couple have just returned
f om 'Boston where Dr. Correa
spent a year doing post graduate
suidy,f Mrs. -Correa is the former
Lily Esquivel Of David.
Trip Ta Tabega "c
t iov4 B Naw Wives t
Ine Naval Officers Wives Club
enjoyed a highly interesting s trip
to Taboga, kst Tuesday. The la-,
c! es boarded, the launch at Rod
man and after a- delightful boat-
ride, arrived at the island. The
large group of wives engaged in
sunbathing, swimming, shell and
coral collecting and picture tak-
ivg. A delicious box lunch : was
s rved under the bohio, oa the
teach, followed by more swim-
rvg and walking tours through
ir e picturesque village. On the re return
turn return Tin the enthusiastic group
hean.ly thanked Mrs. Ruth Hanley
fur arranging the fascinating trip.
ana rars, uorotny Carrol for the
exceuent box luncnes. ., -t
Covered Dish Luncheon
At Win Memorial Hell
A covered dish luncheon will be
bid' at the Win Memorial Hall
Monday Sept 24 at 12:30 p.m
V -y f 1 p-Jr
! i Ccrs
, Sfc Horace S. Silver' of .the
7C4th AAA Bn received an ap appointment
pointment appointment aa WO-1 in the Army
Reserve Corps in ceremonies at
the 764th Post Headquarters re recently.
cently. recently. l,t. CoL Alvie i. McDuff,
764th AAA Bn,1 commanding Of?
ficef,--presented the warrant
WO Silver enlisted in the Na Navy
vy Navy in, 1940, remaining on active
duty until. 1946V From 1948 to
1950' he i served with the Naval
Reserve.'-.- '-V--i.-!.:. v-ry
In early 1950, Silver enlisted In
the Army as a corporal, was
promoted to sergeant in 4951,
and to Sfc In 1953, while serving
with Hq. 40th AAA Brigade in
Japan. Since his arrival in the
Canal Zone in September 1953,
WO ; -er has been with? the
76U.AAABn.'; ifr V. .'.
His new-assignment Is. assis assistant
tant assistant Fire Control Officer' with
the n"3rii A A A-at Fort Clayton.
f, he r r-'iov';'s vere
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Cards will be played following the
luncheon. Members of the Rebe-
kah Lodge and Guests are invited.
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A! OCf l CawS
The USARCARE3 property
Disposal Officer announces a
sale of surplus Air Force proper property
ty property on Oct. 1, 1958, in Building
No. 708, Corozal, beginning at
Among the usable items for
sale are machine and wood
screws, stand test generators,
miscellaneous' hand and ma machine
chine machine tools, miscellaneous com communication
munication communication -equipment, electri electrical
cal electrical components such as switch
box, transformers, connectors,
etc.; miscellaneous radio pants,
gas meters, a punching machine
and a duplicating machine.
This property may be Inspect Inspected
ed Inspected any weekday except holidays
between 7:30 ajn. and 11:30
a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and 3:30 p m.
until Sept. 23 in Building No.
T-1067, Albrook Air Force Dis Disposal
posal Disposal Section, curundu. v
For further Information call
RP Stt':.:fi Art
To D3 On Exhibit
At 1'in TI:::!ro
Three examples of the work of
Panamanian sculptor Carlos Ar-j
Doleda, now in Europe, will be dis
play next Tuesday night at this
National Theater during the fifth
of a series of concerts by the Na National
tional National Symphony Orchestra. :
One of the exhibits is a marble
statue; called "Serenity," which h
won high praise from European
critics. The other two are bronze
pieces which display admirable
technique, r-y, -.-m---
; The concerts will feature two
soloists, violinists Elaine Canalos
Wunderlich in Mendelssohn's Con Con-certo
certo Con-certo for Violin and Orchestra, and
mezzo soprano Julieta oiler who
will sine Manuel de Falla's "Amor
Brujo." , '.
Ticket reservations may be made
at the Fine Arts Department, tele
phone Panama 2-0258.
Dr. Bobbins W. BARSTOW, (a-.
bove) directbr of the department
of American communities -overseas
of the National Council of
Churches of Christ in the United
States,1 is scheduled to arrive
here next Wednesday aboard the
Panama for the dedication of the
new sanctuary of the Margarita
Union Church. While on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus he will visit the four Union
churches and confer, with church,
(Bool (Brie tt
r C. I.oyti aii J
5 W. O'Donnell,
snd Mrs. Silver have one
onald, aee nineThey plan
to hiove from their present
quarters at Fort Gulick to Fort
Clayton in the near future..
' SMART DEER
r WEST GLACIER, Mont.-(UP
Susie, a Glacier National Park
mule deer in the Two !ediHw!
1 "moves with t s s-is
is s-is say the doe's
;iot is in the shade of lae Twui
Medicine checking station where.
one;, jiwyo ju uiv .: euauc. uaabi
year, Susie's favorite spot was be
side a rock wall of a stone bridge
where she found (that air move movement
ment movement by passing cars kept flies
BY iV.SS. MURIEL LAWRENCE safe talk instead of action she isn't
reaay lor ana laentuy nerscu
'K"R voice was eversoft, gentle
and low; an excellent thing in wom woman,"
an," woman," wrote William Shakespeare.
In a mild way you've always tak taken
en taken pride in the modulation of your
voice. Even in motherhood's mad maddest
dest maddest moments, it has not exploded
into ,ihose ear-splitting warnings
you heard mothers shriek at their
children. ',; VU;""
Tfie'day Billy tit your finger for
removing stolen chocolates from
his mouth, your "OuchP was less
shrill than astonished. Certainly,
you've raised1 your roice to the
children. The thing is, you've never
made it into a blast of yelps and
So It is with shock that you
overhear your teen-ager describing
your request to subdue the volume
m her phonograph: At the hall
ttlophone, she's tellin a friend
. si I'll bring my new Elvis Presley
record over to your house and play
it on youtf machine. No,' she won't
say why she can't stand him. sne
f lie just SCREAMS at me every
time I play bim, that's aU. Abso Abso-li'iely
li'iely Abso-li'iely shrieks. ..." .:
What you have said to your
daughter with what you hope was
Tt. Shakespeare's excellent modu modu-)
) modu-) inn was, "Pennyif you've got
1 1 listen to that recordd again and
pain, please do it in your room."
So Penny has not called your ut utterance
terance utterance "screams" and "shrieks"'
because these descriptions are ac ac-corate.
corate. ac-corate. Why, then, has she used : them?
iWell, to people of Penny's age,
parents often seem to be "scream "scream-in!!''
in!!'' "scream-in!!'' or "hollering" when we're
!.iinfe nothing of the kind. ',
LYfO these exaggerated terms,
Tcnny puts both her passionate
Linking to be free of us and her
with people of her own age.
If we understand the insecurity
behind this kind of accusing exag exaggeration
geration exaggeration we treat it compassionate compassionately.
ly. compassionately. V
Lawrence and Mary Frank write
of it helpfully in their new book
"Your Adolescent at Home and in
School": "The young adolescent
is unpracticed at being a person
in his own right. The familiar self self-image
image self-image that has been built up over
tne cnudhood years is now shat shattering
tering shattering which makes him unsteady
and unsure. With back-talk, con contradictions,
tradictions, contradictions, irritability and sarcasm
he expresses his desire to be less
helpless than he feels iust ax a-
dult may become hostile when they
ieei unrecognized or inadequate.
To Treln Tcch:r$
Fcr teri SchccI
The Curundu Protestant Church
of Curundn announces the begin
ning oi a teacner s training pro program
gram program for their Sunday School
work. All teachers and workers
of the Sunday School will be en-
By UNITED PRESS
SHIP 16, by Ulrich Mohras told
to a. v. aeuwooa (John Day):
During the two world wars, Ger Germany's
many's Germany's commerce raider ner.
formed some of the most fantas
tic feats in naval history. Operat
ing ione ana xnousanas of mi ex
from base, they evaded destrue
iion lor mqnms on end by ingenu ingenuity,
ity, ingenuity, daring and "raider luck."
SHIP 16 is the story of, one of
the most successful of these legal
pirate craft Atlantis, which in
zu monins oi world War II cov
erea luo.ooo miles and- sank 22
ships before being sunk in her
turn. '. :
Masquerading by tarns as Rus
sian, unusn, Japanese or Norwe
gian with a different "make-1
up for each role Atlantis de
prived the Allies of 150,000 tons
ot shipping and nearly 1,350 sea
men. Only some 60 of these men
were killed in unavoidable battle
by Atlantis; the rest were picked
up and interned.
Atlantis' most notorious exploit
was the sinking of the Egyptian
(nominally neutral) liner Zam Zam-zam,
zam, Zam-zam, which : was carrying 138
Americans and a number of other
passengers r.rmind the Cape of
Good Hope. The sinking -was a
blunder. Atlantis believed the
Zamzam was a British naval aux auxiliary.
iliary. auxiliary. Put it v.- s not as inrvi's inrvi's-.
. inrvi's-. jle Allied p an-';!fla m if.
appear: the slap was ruimiii';
bracked out, in violation of stand standard
ard standard neutral practice, with a load
of oil and trucks for the British
army in the Middle East.
It is an exciting and absorbing
account of gallantry and skill on
the high seas, in the most hazard hazardous
ous hazardous type of naval operation i
Two recent imports from
Europe have similar character characteristics:
istics: characteristics: both books are essentially
well-written, valid novels both
are too slender to sustain their
length and reader interest.
Jean Dutourd's FIVE A.MV(6i A.MV(6i-mon
mon A.MV(6i-mon and Schuster) reads like a
Proustian story told by Thurber:
a thirty-year-old insomniac bank bank-clerk
clerk bank-clerk lies awake at five in the
morning reviewing his wasted
life. Dutourd seems to have been
motivated, in writing this chapter-
less, uninterrupted succession of
random thoughts by a poker-
faced sort of irony that leads to
perfect honesty in the recreation
of his he'r's mental meanderings
from God to gas pains, time to
tailor bills, money to mistresses.
Regrettably, the poker face is too
rigidly maintained, missing there thereby
by thereby a good deal of the satire that
was Dutourd's probable intention.
Ilias Venezls, one of the fore foremost
most foremost Greek novelists of the con-t-noorary
scene, Ins an entirely
different story to tell in BEYOND
THE AEGEAN (Vanguard). His
intention and he succeeds ad admirably
mirably admirably is to recreate the pas pastoral,
toral, pastoral, untouched life of the prov province
ince province Anatolia at the start oi the
first World War. Pastoral, a paean
to the land, to a simple, unspoiled,
open-hearted way of life: all
these things it 4s.:T3ut it is afeo
too far removed from pur1 A'im'c
Age to hold its reader, and the
final scenes of the Greek expul expulsion
sion expulsion come rather more as a re relief
lief relief than as the tragedy they
should be ....
In the thirty years that have
..v. ...v .uy eiapsea since Arnold roynDee oe-i
iecners re urgea Hi auena me his monumental ten-volume
Study of History," he has found
himself ever mire drawn to the
thought that perhaps religion lies
The classes will begin on Oct 1
from 7 to 9 p.m. Classes will con
tinue to meet each Monday eve-! at Uie base of bur history. The re re-ning
ning re-ning for period of 12 weeks. The suit 0f this growing conviction he
class will be under the direction now presents in AN HISTORIAN'S
of the pastor, Rev. Milton K. Lei- APPROACH TO RELIGION (Ox (Ox-dig,
dig, (Ox-dig, of the Curundu Protestant ford).
Church. j v z. -f. To a certain degree Toynbee in
( The sessions wiU include an in-this voTume retraces the ground
troductiory approach to the Bib e.!-., in h .oriiom cijh..
f ar of this freedom. The word's, teaching methods in various age the difference lying in the ner-
vinlence reflects the tension be-! Bfoups, an1 tne use teaching1 spective from which he considers
t veen these two pulls in her. Ani aids in the Sunday School. i historical phenomena. Beginning
so it is a CTeat relief to her. They, These completing and. passina u,ith hi earliest knnwn wnrrfs
enable her to shove us away in the course will receive diplomas, of religious experience, Toynbee
thought down through the centu centuries
ries centuries Toynbee's investigation is
Itself to Western religions, predo predominantly
minantly predominantly Jewish, Roman, and
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KAMIAH, Ida. -(UP)- Post- i
master Richard Gibler has re-1
ceived a notice telling him to pay j
more rent or move. Landlord
Pete Wolf said he is leasing the
building to a dry goods firm that!
will pay more rent than the gov-
ernment. The top n'e tbe rcvern-l
rtier' will pay for the quarters is'
$1,000 a year,' which isn't enough,!
Wolf said. i
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-?.!D'J UEG'ST SEUItli ASPIRI FBI CHliORtS
UNTIL END OF SEPTEMBER
MOT ORES HULL, S. A.
AUTO ROW 43
MISS MART DILLON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dil Dillon
lon Dillon of Gamboa, was recently graduated from Roosevelt Hos Hospital
pital Hospital School of Nursing in New York. Miss Dillon, who- is a
former resident or tn Canal Zone, graduated from Balboa
High School with the class of '53. She was secretary of the
Student Council at Roosevelt, and was chosen to represent
her school at the National Nurses'. Convention in Chicago
" last May. : ..
FBI ENTERS CASE OF MISSING DRESSES This sheer silk silk-chiffon
chiffon silk-chiffon cocktail sheath is one of thethlgh-fashlon gowns from
the Fall collection of New' York designer Pauline Trigere,
.which was stolen from the depot at the Municipal Airport in
Kansas City, Mo. The shipment of dresses was valued at
more than 204,000. The FBI entered the case to determine
whether there had been a violation of a Federal statute
.covering thefts in Interstate commerce. 'V
THIS SATURDAY and SUNDAY
SEPTEMBER 22 .- 23
HARRY BOLL BACK JACK JFYRTZEN
Professional Accordionist -, Evangelist ..
, Composer Youth Leader
SATURDAY NIGHT 7:30 SUNDAY NIGHT 7:30
First Baptist Church
1 J BALBOA HEIGHTS, C." Z.
, EVERYONE WELCOME -NUBSERY PROVIDED
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land where enchanting- surprise meets
, you every hour.
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The Oldest Airline of the Americas
Pan American World Airways Systems
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pAokrisd 2 way!
Always drive carefully and obey traffic
P Insurance coverane to release you and your
Iamliy irom nnanciai stress ana strain or
accidents which you can't prevent.
kyr Don't risk delay Do, It now
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When you're the driver,
don't be a site-seer . ne negotiator
gotiator negotiator .i. or dreamer.
Be alert to traffic condi conditions
tions conditions around you and keep
your eyes on the road.
dAivinq ioo jcIoas
Inlpwd tl tin!" :
Always keep, your eyes on
the road anl sufficient dis distance
tance distance for safe, stops '-.
even suddenly between
you and the car in front of
"Jhnt'A qmk a ;
down iic hoaaV
This guy is lucky ... he can
talk about it. Road signs
aren't highway decorations,
they're put there for your,
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i l .,. rA rANCT TURNOUT Italian glamor girl Sylvana END OF THE
I j i .Mangano and hei producer-husband, pino de Lau- boiling watei
I ', rentii?i arrt 1"ei't New; York theater for premise of .fc is putting up
,i " movie, War Mid fence) basetf m Leo Tolstoy's hierV this will bur
END OF THE $A1 MnM tDAHl'h.B.-it- 'ml..... ,. .. .
! i . "" "uot v.m. iiuiuiwciii uiaians are nsmne the
SK" : r! ? fia aSon. The goveint
- v uwuuu uuii amoss me voiumota river at The Dalles Ore. and
burv the falls, iirxtar 1n tt .u. ci .:, ..
f ",B i "'i'u vieavers. uruee works out a careful routine of
, ,.. """- o audii, TAtiLisoi iu sun eacn. particular case. The course lat nna.an
muscular man of about fin. is in the hn;
' , ,F ... "miiuui6 iuvcjy fiaii. jvais iiu &DOUC OUU. lift CIS that hAfnfA Iaa mant
u 'J?60 heild "T!"' WOman he would ',Mp Uule or even become beauty contest winners. The gym takSe of Tome
; welght off here and toere A giant meat cleaver sign hangs over bis S00 enrollees, from young glamor girl types U Ker married ST
. ,,ym.and women cus-tomers-up to 70 years old-get their diplomas who want to "chop a little weight off." BcTdtt(?5SSS'
These gals ore going through a "dumbell lunge" under watchful eyts of Bruce
Brute kidding! start! to "hack away" excess weight.
Abdominal txtreht help o reduct "ipart rt" which many cuitomen hav.
.i CITY'S CENTER The Anglican cathedral, a, fine
3 Gothic church of gray stone, stands in center of"
Christchurch, inlSfew Zealand. City is also famous
for its many, beautiful parks and lovely gardens.'
RESPECTS FROM BOTH SIDES-Admirers ef the late dramatist Eertolt Brecht :
mass at his flower-covered grave during funeral services in East Berlin. Friends r
crossedlrontWest BerUn for the funeral while East German soldiers stood guard.
ON THE WATERING WACCN Although there aren't many horses left in 1W
, York City, the watering station operated by Salvatore Zappulla is one of those
omt entrants in beauty contest era Bruce's pupils. J A still supported by the Women's League for Animals. That drink must taste good. ,i;
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4:uu Feature Review
4:nu VvuaL'e iu,ir nvnrlt fm.
quests taken ey phone
S:s5 Wnat'i Your Favorite
6:00 Alien Jackson Commen Commentary.
6:15 B1.UE RIBBON SPORTS
it. VIEW (Pabsi Beer)
6:3u-'i'op luries of the week
7:00 Tmrty Minute Theater
7:30 VOA Report-frum
8:uo Music By Koth
8:30Short Story Theater
11:00 YOU Asked- For it (r.
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10:30 Cavalcade 01 America
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12:00 Sign Off,
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, ciud (requests taken
By phene till 7:00)
7:30 Jaza Salon
8:15 The Christophers
8:30 Musical Reveille
8:15 Bonjour Mesdame
9:30 Paris Star Time
10:05-Spins And Needles (re
quests taken by phone
m a. on, .7
tint T vwrwvrt fNF.Al On
si age, Offstage and Upstage: Bob
Hope and Katharine "Hepburn
may or may not have co-sparred
.h,lA jnctnrfmir irt '"Thft IrOfl
Petticoat" in England-4ie' Mr.
Clam on-the reported 'feud"
but he's running out of breath
praising her as an actress.
..Living H up in top hat and
tails as Nw Ytrk Mayor Jimmy
Walkar in "Baau Jamas." Hop
told w: "Kthrina Hepburn it
tht graatast living actras today.
So what if aha didn't gtt along
with tha English press whan wa
ware making tha film?,! gutss
they atkad hr too many filly
questions. But whan she failed to
show up at a. press cocktail party
In -Lendon.'l toent two -hours de
fending her. I admire that gal for
Bob isn't the only star in top
hat these days. There's Gary
Cooper in high lid, while tie and
tails with Audrey Hepburn in
"Love in the Afternoon," a ro
mantic enmedv before the cam
eras in Paris. But they caut
knock the west out oft Mr. Yup.
When he modeled a size too
pmall top hat for Director Billy
Wilder, Cooper tried to squeeze
it lower down on his head, mut muttering:
tering: muttering: "A mite snug in the saddle,
isn't it, Billy?"
Dick Powell nixed going west western
ern western a shost of the new 2ane Grev
Theater on CBS-TV this fall. He'll
wear sports clothes instead of
boss opera duds ... Also in the
nixing mood Jeff Chandler, who
said No to studio executives
who tiled to talk him into black blacking
ing blacking up his iron-gray hair for his
role in "The Tattered Dress."
definition of the place: "The
greatest city in the world to have
a wonaenui time without enjoy
Jerry Lewis is saying "No, no
no", to repeated printed reports
mai ne nas a new screen part partner.
ner. partner. Darren McGavin- is playing
thj role Dean Martin niveH in
"The Delicate Delinquent" buc
Jerry's saying:' ,
"He's nlavinp 1 rnU in ha
same film with m&but it isn't a
Teresa WriehL who abandnnidi
movies two years ago for TV, I
claims she was "teased" intol
picking up the script of Para
mount's "The Search for Bridey
Murpny ana playing Bridey.
Let's hope this doesn't start
fad of castine bv SCRIPT
The Witnet: Can't Elvia Pres Presley's
ley's Presley's role of a guitar-plaving cow
boy in "The Reno Brothers" bs
called: "Koy Rogers with the
This ts hot.t vwnnn xf
ic is looKing lor a gin to act as
a mermaid. ; Qualifications:
"From the waist im sh hnnlH
look like Jane T?iispll anil fmm
thp waist down sho hit in winnUi
use Aiaruyn wonroe. This I got gotta
ta gotta see,
There's at Uasf nhnv foi.
low in Hollywood who isn't groan groaning
ing groaning about the major studios
dumping their old product on the
TV screens. He's- Director Ger.i
Oswald who predicts- a return to
comedy as big -screen- fare. Says
lyn Jones, the zippv blonde, playsl
a trollop in "Bachelor Party,"!
1 a .1. ; .1
inn uie script niaKes a poini
introducif j hef as "an mteS
"When the. public see Can'
Grant. Irpni Dunn, rimriti'i! ... iiu B
Cnlherf Rnsalinrf Pns.1l 11 :00 News
ers in. tn
"-: tun ard
HEIDELBERG, Germany, Sept.
While the men were pound pounding
ing pounding on the wall with bricks they
had loosened, Sheppard, four
deputies and Frank Kelley, a
reporter for the Hutchinson
News Herald who had been mil.
ed to witness the attempted
i I'Di r-rJi--- kl.T. waJ.ieo lor me men to
u v"wvu "1UkC1 'uuu eiiu inrougn the hole.
rtfi boo kirtn.n rnhh. .ft. TlinS "emPts because "In
a ii,600 kidnap-robbery attempt order to convict them of Jail-
to'bST man bandit Hbreak- they hrve to1 'get
HUTCHISON. Kan., Sept. 21
(UPi- Four prisoners attempt attempting
ing attempting a Jailbreak, last night were
met by Sheriff's officers and a
newspaper reporter who waited
patiently while the men pound pounded
ed pounded out a hole in the jail wall.
Reno County sheriff Roy Shep Sheppard
pard Sheppard said the men had been
working two nights to remove
the cement and bricks from the
wall with a screwdriver.
American Scientist's Diary Reveals
Russia Laclcs Hostility Towards IIS
Dr. Luis W. Alva rei, one of
the top nuclear scientists in the
United States, visited Russia
last May at the invitation of the
Soviet Academy of Science. He
kept diary of his tcip. The fol following
lowing following dispatch it an excerpt
from that document, obtained by
courtesy of the publication Phy.
Police said Robert iinlniihtrllf
saved his mntw 1if. ti.j.
when 58 year-old Hugo Walgen Walgen-back
back Walgen-back kidnaped the family in a ran ransom
som ransom Attemnt Th criminal n,
holding his gun against Mrs. Ku Kuhel
hel Kuhel and was threatening to null
Kuhel told tnria
powered the bandit and his ninth
grader son hnt him flu ai
said he swerved his car to throw
WflifTonhnnlr Ct ke1MM. ...J 11
lunged over the front seat to pin 8ald tney had about 65-feet of
him down. At that Instant Za isheets and blankets tied tnr-
he heard two shots fired close to- thr to -lower them down the
UniV twn Of th fnnr mn
squeezed through the narrow
The Jail la in elirt.h.'flnnr
wing of the court house. When
th. two men emprprl from th
hole onto the roof, the Sheriff
ana nw deputies were waiting
" uu Hit; UUICI iUUe Ui
the roof opposite the Jail. --
One of the deputies stepped
the roof, Sheppard said, and the
prisoners -5100a ngm mil. ns
Robert 'fianT 'snnl"ltf,"l
With m 99 nnlih. J.a.t
The two whn surrerded in vet.'
tine; through the hole were John
111.. T. n. 1... j -m
ivosauna nusseu ana dj
the great comedies of theri,LPins
I think we'll see a trendl (cont'd)
similar theirp 11 nt' 1 1 H:""1 Journey
Lie oij oil. 3, osj.'lV.
...Across the Valley of the Apache he pursued it!,.,
in the dust of five Silent graves he sought it! and now
in the shadows of a frightened town he waits for it,
. with Death in his hand and Desire clawinr at hii heart
See "BACKLASH" AT THE CENTRAL ON TLXKSDAY 27,
Starrlnc Richard Widmark and Donna Reed. '
win, .Lt. cauuer target pistol he uie noie were jonn
hid in his school jacket before'M11 Mlles- J'-.' 23, convicted ofj
Wali7nhaph (nrA th. i lrnhhrv anrf QlnViarl IintCmllh I
iu uieir car. me oandit had hope I1 waiting iriai on burglary
10 noia mem until Kuhel got the'cnar8es
ransom mnnv fmm h- ri....
Manhattan Bank branch here that
. "Thp vnunsclsi v. 1
of all three," Khel said. "But
none of us lost our beads. Mv
wife did not cry." .
Knhpl M AtA VIENNA. Seot. 2t (UP) An
... -':.".--- "Ul HUW lUr Irnn rwiain .mnnl nn .U-
v vonn rii$tbms
sure that Rohprt hlj rfJZZ, ir. ,ro1 tirtata mi'iinn rini? (hat
gun when he prrnspH him.T 1 use'' d'Plomatie license plates to
fold eUber he waS
coverett iasc nignt Dy Border po
nce wno caucnt two tinneariint
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U..3:.ew Tue Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King serenade
2:00-Old New Orleans
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday
4:00 Feature Rviw
4:30 What's Your Favorite (re-1
quesrs taken by phone
8:35 What's Your Favorite
6:00 Quest Star
6.15-ELUE RIBBON' SPORTS
rtcviiiw (pabst Beer)
6:30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:00 Much-Binding ,'
7:30VOA ReDort from tier
8:00-Saturdav Night Dancing
9:00 Your Hit Parade
0:30 Rav'a a r anh t'
10:00-Mus1q From iiotel tl Hn
I0.;30-Owrs Nest (rennwt.
Dy pnont through
1:00 JJ; Sunday lgn 0ff.
told the robber he was going up upstairs
stairs upstairs to the bathroom, but real realized
ized realized "if "stihnini.-,i.ii,cl.,r 1
Kobert had nudsed him durina
thpir kinsA jnil..U..
, ..vm. lairuyiijr,. ,. J t
Kuhel said th tarypt ni.fni ...
one of two guns the family, used
for,ar?et P"ctice. The other is
um. . """ssier
hve ever gone hunting.'' he said.
lie never shut living n...u
I,;, in V, r """6 imuij! in
snootini! he has pvpr rfnn. i
get practice at 50 to. 80 feet,"
By Dr. LUIS W. ALVAREZ
(Distributed by UNITED PRESS)
I thOUShl Vnil UinilM ha inlnra. f
Pn in mv ItnnMe.iAn. nf d . . ;
I kept this detailed diary.
-i rememoered the -story of the
American officer whose diary was
photOSraDhpri and rAnriYHnnait 1
Russia, so I never wrote anything
iwuvai m me country wnen 1 was
there. Anything that mav be cri critical
tical critical was put in after I arrive-l in
ouwKiioira. it is very easy to he
CriUCai in If l Mrhaiu k.ll.. ,U..
way I have fnrinttn m mu r
ii 1 s piannea 10 insert.
My impressions of Russia are
not very different at the end of
my visit from the view I carried
Inj wjth me. This just means
That eur... American reporters
have done a good job In keeping
ws informed about the situation
I dori't' W tntn. it.
the Russian leaders have changed
their intentions to dominate thp
world. But I do believe they know
uiev rarrr An it h.. nr..ii
- .v vy m vfunu war1
H They will have to do it by beat-!
5.." ?a "luusiriai power. -Tnn
l tii Whj r
- muu ui 41 race we
should welcome. We can best them
I. LJS?f 1? the Pcess the stan stan-oard
oard stan-oard of iivino nt hi- 1.
- -"O w uicii fJCUUie win
fi?! '.thJe.point here they aren't
" rai w aommating other peo peo-Pie
Pie peo-Pie any more than we are.
was most- surprised by t h e
cornplete lack ef hostility toward
us as Americans. I expected the
Scientists' In hp frianrfl., 1.1.1 V "e
prepared to find the man in t h e
Kviryone we talked to embas-
SV nffipiala HMTimi. r, 1
i . 'vn.M.rii, nussian in interpreters
terpreters interpreters .and Russian speakim.'
VISlfnrt frnm Ik. .-.n:i. B M"
i,.c qaicMtes was
in agreement that a big chane
PflS CDm 61 nvfr tViA tiAAnl.
death nf Rtolln ,a Ti. eI
------ mult paruru-
larlv, since th riphimirins u.l
Stalin myth.; "e
reopie are beginoiner to. fd
last thing they think about so far
as equipment is concerned. Of
course, we used this same method
in developing radar and the atom atomic
ic atomic bomb during the war.
The training of scientists is' also
on a crash basis and the rewards
for being a scientist are very sub substantial.
. The following monthly wages
are paid in the Soviet anient
one ruble has. the purchasing
.power of 10 cents.'.
Unskilled worker 400-600 ruble
Skilled worker 800-1,200
Bachelor of arts' 1,300 ;
Graduate student 2.000
Professor Junior 4,000
Professor research n in m.
y muwi mriu gain
i j -mmtmiummmmmimM
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-iv 'K 1 ..li, aaaUMuMM'i e
lirirua AinVrik luTlma tm 11
Rtltlln kAKIU MlnUK tUtU Jiiiiii
lrvif ia cmnooU 1 nnn ,A more ahnnt luhot
....1.1... . .. . p
wiciirs ana : Mi wu worm Mi'" uui"iHie.WOr f and h i
other goods into Austria..... ... i"I)zmg that .they have bPpn
The suspicions of the police
were aroused because the uair
had crossed th border too often.
Usinff thpir HinlnmtiA nl.fn. i
- 7" ------ ,,'v...av allll'V, W
ciaim immunity from search,
Informed? sources said the pris
oners are .'prominent person person-xes,"
xes," person-xes," hut If conldiot be delerm-
lnrd immprliatnlir ii.hntNn. 41.....
u4e Communist diplomats.
E N D
vdose of lies for Aianyj
Comedian Oliver- 'Hard wm rT
JSj-ln.1? nspilaUffici,l as
steadily imnrovinft' but still in
serwus condition todav one week
th. t. v"""1? """y vetrean of j
the. Laurel and Hardv Cnmedv H
in nearby Burbank. He, however
has regained jn ,Prioui' condition
throughout the week. 4-unuiuoni;
rj'i g. 11 t r.i a n e 7
ypnotism (-.JB" Jt "ve a man to murder? It will
.?.y.0UI'yfs w dS w. th this strange power that
to 1 ,S.mll,d Uke!n ton fist commanding him
rnwithinr;Je matter how shocking and terrifying!
"Nir'tTwa0?80 hock ree awake In
"LtX Ch 0PENS 0N RSDAY 27 THE
They can blame thU on
hn and still keep faith that t h e
Lommunist system is better than
The Iron Curtain, m my opinion
was erected largely to keep the i
u.ans OUT Ot tne Western unrW it
and not vice versa.
m 'm mo' '"couriqed "6th'e
feet that the Russian leaders are
traveling to various parts of the
Western world. Most of tham
have gorwn up en the lies told in
the Russian press about eur way
ef life. I ean hardly imaqine the
shock It must be to a Russian to
land In Stockholm for his first
vialt outside Russia. v
- At'er hparmiF all k;. Itr. l
- (. ma luc iiuw
much bpttpr nft ha tk. .-
"e e'?e. he would see at a glance
l- ,"i.ulc aa Deen lying to
him all the time.
. Formprlv th. m.u:! ...
v .i.,v iuiiiiiik to
be done, but now with Stalin as the
ovapcpuai me snuauon can ba im improved.
proved. improved. ..The Russian leaders have said
that in view of the existence of
hydrogen bombs, wars are no long,
er possible. I believe that they
5f "i? uthii,: 1 .believe U I
think it is an inespanahu .nni..
Sion. Thia mpn tn m tk.i .u
can now devote a real effort to
improving the living conditions of:
their people. j
My general imnraaainn kl.LI
energy physics are these: Th
itussians are making a crash pro-l
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"COUNT THREE AND PRAY'
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MARGARITA 6:15 8:25
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"THE LAST COMMAND'
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"Return of The Vampire"
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Sau Francisco, Via Belisario Porras and
Via Espaiia. 1st and 2nd Streets, La Ca Ca-rrasquilla,
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2nd Streets. Vista llermosa and Boyt'
Roosevelt highway from 3:30 a.m. to
6:30 a.m. on Saturday, September
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'Old Follts' Pitchers
Dependablcs Of Braves,
Dodgers In Hot Fight
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. ? NEW YORK, Sept. 21 (UP) -- Youth may be
served someday, but it will have to stand aside to tonight
night tonight while the Brooklyn Dodgers and Milwaukee
Braves put their hot pennant race in the hands of
"old folks", pitchers Sal Maglie, 39, and Warren
Spahn, 35. -; i
' Now that the1 Dodgers are
leading- by one full game as a
..nit nf Milwaukee' nressure-
Trri 5-1. lO-lnning loss to
Pittsburgh yesterday, both clubs
know the flag could be riding on
The plain fact was that this
defeat has put the Braves in a
tough spot, even though manag-
Of Women's Amateur
INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 21
(UP) Two teen-agers from
4h. ft nf Washington have
reached the quarter-finals of
the Women's National Amateur
Golf Championship, 1 -Leading
th. morning winners
at Indianapolis were 19-year-old
Anne Juast and n-year-old Jo
Anne Gunderson. miss uunucr uunucr--
- uunucr-- son was two under par In beat beating
ing beating Mrs. Philip cudone, 4-and-3.
Miss Quast was even par while
eliminating- ,Maureen Riley,; 6-
-Also reaching the afternoon
quarter-finals were Polly Riley,
Marlene Stewart, Helen Sigel
Wilson, Wanda Sanches, Ann
Casey Johnstone and Mrs, Wil William
liam William Hartson. : 1
Miss Riley beat Mrs. John
Pennington, 4-and-3. Miss Stew Stewart
art Stewart won from Mrs. Albert Hayes,
7-and-6. Mrs. Wilson eliminated
the last former champion In the
field Dot Klrby on the 19th
hole. Miss Sanches beat 1955
Tunnerup Jane Nelson, 3-and-2.
Mrs. Hartson beat 17-year-old
Clifford Ann Creed, up. Mrs.
Johnstone beat Greta Leone, 3-and-1.
er Fred Haney rightly Insisted
that his club has only '"a bad
kough" and Isn't dead yet by a
long snot, ir ine Braves win
now. it wtu nave to w upnm
the hard way. "
That's because the Dodgers
lead is all in the vital "lost"
column. Each team has won
88, but Brooklyn has lost only
57 to Milwaukee's 59.
The Dodgers have nine left,
the Braves seven, and this "If
table shows what the' Braves
must do from here out In order
to tie for the pennant:
5 of 9
8 of 9
7 of 9
6 of 9
5 of 9
. Docgers clinch
, 7 oi 7
-. of 7
3 of 7
In The Majors
(Based on 350 official at bats)
i NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player, Club t h pet
Aaron, MU. 146 578 loo ibs .v
Virdon, Pitt 149 550 73 175 .318
Moon, St L. 140 506 85 158 .312
Clemente, P. 139 509 63 158 .310
Musial, St L. 146 558 81 173 ,310
Williams, B. 128 372 66 132 .355
Mantle. N.Y. 141 517 128 181 .350
Kuenn. Det 137 554 88 182 .329
Maxwell, D. ., 132 463 94 152 .328
Power, K.C. 117 487 72 155 .318
Mantle, Yankg 50
Snider, Dodgers ......... 39
Robinson, Redlegs 38
Adcock, Braves ......... 37
Mathews, Braves ....... 36
RCNS BATTED tit
Mantle, Yanks 123
Kaline, Tigers ......... 123
Simpson, Athletics 105
Musial, Cards .....,... 105
Kluszewski, Redlegs ... 102
Mantle,' Yankees ...... 128
Robinson, Redlegs ..... 118
Snider, Dodgers ,.106
Aaron, Braves 105
t -: I r p
Hnn ,. i
It all adds up to the Braves
must win 'em all, or pretty near
all. unless Brooklyn suffers a
major collapse. :
, On the brighter side for Brave
fans: Pirate manager Bobby
Bragan promises to win three of
seven games against BrooKiyn
If he makes good, the Dodgers
could wind up with four or five
losses since tney ii face RODin
Roberts and Curt Simmons of
the Phils in the only other two
Maelie carries two streaks In
to tonight's game: Six straight
wins tms year ana six. straignt
vs. The Pirates, the team a a-galnst
galnst a-galnst whom he has the ., best
personal record of his career
(21-4). He will be opposed by
righthander Ronnie Kline, who
is 0-3 against Brooklyn this
Spahn halted the Braves
three-game losing streak last
Monday by beating the Giants,
and again he's called on to put"
the Braves back on the win winning
ning winning trail. He'll face young
Don Kaiser, 1-1 vs. the Braves
this year. 'V. :
The Pirates won yesterday's
game twice for, Bob Friend, who
went the route with a four-hitter
for his lath' victory. Jack
Shepard's seventh-inning hom homer
er homer gave him a 1-0 lead. Milwau
kee ilea the score with two out
in the ninth when Chuck Tan
ner scored from third as Pirate
first baseman Dale Long muffed
Dick Groat's throw on Hank Aa Aaron's
ron's Aaron's grounder and then threw
wildly, ior another error.
Friend choked off a Braves
two-on. one-out threat In the
top of the 10th and Pittsburgh
got Its winning run In the last
nan wnen BUI Mazeroski sin
gled with one out, took second
on Friend's sacrifice, and scored
on Bob ciemente's single to
center a low liner Bill Bru Bru-ton
ton Bru-ton reached for but couldn't
Ray Crone, -who -pitched the
10th' in relief of Bob Buhl, suf
fered the defeat
TEST ERDAY'S STAR
Pitcher Bob Frend of the Pi Pirates,
rates, Pirates, whose four-Utter beat
Milwaukee, 2-1, in 10 innings,
auer errors cost him a three'
.hit shutout in nine innings.
Fox, White Sox
Aaron, Braves i. ,.189
Ashburn, Phils .185
Kuenn, Tigers ..182
Kaline. Tigers ......... 182
Fox, White Sox ......... 181..
Mantle, Yanks .181
(Based on 16 Decisions)
Ford, Yanks ......
Maglie, Dodgers ...
Pierce, White Sox..
COLONIAL INSURANCE BOWLERS The Colonial Insurance has some of the same1 on the
above team which they sponsor in the Diablo Mixed League. Insurance or not this club will
figure in the finish of the league. Left to right: Hank Barbee, Kay Barbee, capt. A. Minor,
Nyra Riley and Jim Riley. '
B.H.S. Intrasquad Game Gets
Football Season Underway
Kobbe Cage Champions Defeat
Ft. Clayton Calaviers 73-53
Chestnut To Tangle
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TiTTTRriTT1 fiftnt 91 tTTO
Featherweight contenders Mi
guel Bemos ana lice Chestnut,
fresh from victories over higher,
ranked fighters, clash hi va -10-roundi
at Olyinoia stadium tonieht.
ine nve-ioot two-inch Bernos,
, muscular Ilrepluir from Puer
to Rico, Is a willing body punch.
er wnne Chestnut, oi New York,
three inches taller, has knocked
out two of his last three oppo
nents. .. .....
Berrios. with 18 Victories in 24
fights, trounced Flash Elorde.
the Filipino challenger: in his
last fight Chestnut's last fight
was a xnocKout of Carmelo Cos Costa,
ta, Costa, fourth-ranked featherweight.
tjernos is ranKed sixth in the
featherweight class, chestnut is
ranked ninth. Berrios has won
six of seven fights this year,
while Chestnut has taken four
of his five.- chestnut's overall
record is 23 "wins, three draws
and five losses. .
Chestnut Said he still has an
agreement to meet tea ther
cnamp Sandy Saddler when
aaaaier recovers from auto In
juries. Chestnut, said he has
signed to meet Saddler in an
overnignt match before Sad Saddler's
dler's Saddler's accident, Asked if Berrios
could sidetrack him from meeit meeit-intr
intr meeit-intr Saddler, rhpsfnnt sat th
iuuk limi.' ;
Fort Kobbe's defending chim-
pions demonsiraiea com:uivcij
wpHnesdsv nicht that they; are
quite capable fof handling that task
without too much fuss and strain,
tossing a haymaker in the form of
Ron Slaymaker at Fort Clayton's
Cavaliers and setting down their
most highly-regarded opponent by
the rather ludicrous score oi m-ba.
And over on the Atlantic side, as
bv some Dre-arrangement or a
nrt nf tplpnathv- AlbrOOt At 15
spanked Navy. 83-63, and Army
Atlantic druDDea me lroopers i
54, to round out a trip of what miy
fairlv be dubbed 'no contests
This afternoon at tort .ODDe me
Reeulars will Dlay Army Atlantic
in a game originally scheduled for
tomorrow) nigni at ion uavm
Fridays & Saturdays
Midnite to 4:30 a.m.
? 1 with the
! piano bass and drum
i combfnation of the
GEORGE GODOY TRIO
" In (h
airconditioncd Btlboa t.ouuk
nightcap on th hous
it 4:30 am.
.' Georst lso plays tha piana
... 10 p.m. to 2 tm. :
Sun, Jum Wed. tk Thun,
The Canal Zofte football sea
son unoiiicialiy opens tonight
at Balboa itaulum when the
Ualboa Bulldogs will stage theif
annual 'sttull cracking game
which f has become a regular
feature with the local scnool.
'lhis will be the first test of
the boys unaer any kind 6f fire,
and as the Bullaogs are large largely
ly largely an inexperiennced squad, tne
game shomd prove to be very
interesting. ' .;.
' Jiani.' who haven't vet keen
one of these intrasquad battles
Editor: CCRADO SARCEANT
Brooklyn 'it M cm
v v w ivv v
Milwaukee . 88 59 S9 1 .'
. 85 63 Sit 4
. 73 v 71 .507 W,i
. 68 11 .466 20ft
. 6! S3
. 6 85
St Louis :
57 89 90 lVt
TODAI'S GAM II
Brooklyn at Pittsburgh (N)
Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
St Louis at Cincinnati (X)
PhUadelphia at New York (N)
(10 Innlnrs) 1
Milwankr nnn ana nm o i i i
Pittsburgh 000 000 100 12 5 2
Teams w f.
New lork . S3 52
Cleveland 83 "63
Chicago , ga 63
Boston . 79 7
Detrot ..... 77' 68
Baltimore ; . 62 S3
Washington 58 88
Kansas City v 48 96
97 35 4
433 44! i
"nAys ;amm 1
New York at Boston (N) -'
Cleveland at Detro t (N)
Kansas City at Chicago j-T-N
Washington at Baltimore (N)
' i. 1
TESTER HAT'S ItCSULTI
... ; Open Date
and Rice, Craiidall. V ;' K s
cijcuu u-i ana.snepara.
Only game scheduled.' -i
Milwaukee- Ab R H Po
Breton' cf 4 0 0 5
xorre lb 4' 0
Aaron If ......... 4 o
Mathews 3b ..... 3 0
Thomson If ...... 4 o
nizing the 20th. Inf. Regt.'s Organi Organization
zation Organization Day. The second round
meeting of the two teams will be
played October 10 at Davis instead
of Kobbe. ,- ,: ;.-:'y '':-::
Fort Clavton hosts Navy and the
Troopers trek to Albrook- in t h e suould make the trip to the
two remaining games tomorrow
night. Starting time is 7:30.-
' A'Kobbethe RegXilarSt, led by
the precision play of Slaymaker,
threw ud a screen that the Cavs
couldn't penetrate, stole the ball or
plucked it off the boards and ran
and passed nimbly through, the
loose Clayton defense.
Logan ss ........ 4
Adcock ........ i
O'ConneU 2b 0
Rice e 3
c-Covlngton ...i, 0
crandall c n
Buhl p ........... 5
Tanner ....... o
is part of the celebrations recog
After a tight 12-10 first quarter,
the champs broke loose for a 38
24 midpoint margin and ; were
never Dressed after ; that. Slay-
.r.nlrlA4 : ...ill. 9 (.llioc.
ine anair, wnicn Deings ai c is .nd mononolized the boards.
Center Sam, Williams paced the
losers with 19 and Jim Reynolds
hit tor 15.
At Coco Solo, Albrook wasted no
time building a weighty 32-10 ad
vantage in the first quarter as
point-master Emmett Bryant a
earn led the way. The bailors pun
ed within six notches with f o u r
minutes remaining in the game.
To Tour Colombia
For 4-Gsme Series
- By HERBERT MOISE
Second nlac "winners of the
Panama Provincial Senior Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball League, the chesterfield
Colonltes, will make a four-game
tour of Colombia next Thursday.
The team will leave Panama
with a 15-man delegation and
begin their game-playing the
following day. Opponents have
not been disclosed but advance
information from Colombia indi
cate that- the1 runners-up will
have to extend themselves to be
winners in the games scheduled.
Tiesnite the -fact that Tnanv of
the original Chesterfield squad
have gone to the States, the. re replacements
placements replacements will make1 the club
enuallv cood. if not better. A-
mong tnose mentionea to Doisier
the Smoker roster are Arturo
Agard, Frank" Holness, Lou Par Par-faith,
faith, Par-faith, Darto DeLeon and two
others ot yet picked by Rodolfo
Tom. i 4
Saturday evening at 8 the league
will ; make its presentation of
the 1956 awards at the Mechan Mechanics
ics Mechanics Club in Panama city Balboa
Beer will then receive their tro trophy
phy trophy for winning the crown with
Chesterfield-'getting the run
ners-up award.- individual a-
wards will, also tie aistriDuteo.
Following the presentation cere
monies, refreshment will be
served. : -. ""
ouuuum tonignt and see some
solid entertainment along the
sporting line, ine boys onHhe
squad ioon forward to t h i $
game witn a great deal of 'anti 'anticipation
cipation 'anticipation each season, for this
is tne game where a boy earns
the fiiot call on a starting posi position.
tion. position. Klckotf time is 7' pm.
There is no charge for.'. this
Coacnes Ross Anderson." Jim
Hurin and Walt Mikulich have
divided their squad as eauallv
as possible which will make for
good competition. The White
team rates a slight edge, with
more experience nerformers. but
past games of this nature show
that ; ol ten the favorite squad
is the short ended on the final
Probable starting lineups, with
iuu souad shown.
then crumbled under a furiousB qtll lalvosa (155) LSU-
fiurry ot tiyer DasKets.to drop so Chuck Douglas (165)
back 14 more. ; 65 Bob Fearon f 190) LT 7a
' Dave Tate (165).
; Bryant with. 24 and backcourt 63 Louis Barbier (170) LG
mate Ron Pearson with 22 domi- 6 Roarer MilHnn nisi
nated the evening's 'scoring. Mace 80 Leis aBteman (207) C--Ford
contributed 16 while Kiddie) 55 Mike Napier (185)
Frank Doran lallied same.! Fred 49 Ken Fulleton (145) RQ-
Aieuuaa ileum uu aua vuier
dunked a dozen. : .;
........ i''- -..' 1
32 1 4 29 11
Walls If ...
Lone lb .
J l' 4
onepard c 4
Mazeroski 2b 4
Friend n ...'.i... 2
33 2 5 30 12
x-Two out when wlnnlnw nm
b-Base on balls' for Buhl In
. c-ease on balls : for Rice In
a-btruck out for Johnson in
1UU1. .. v
000 000 001 01
000 000 100 12
KING-SIZED -D?n Allison.
Jr., 15, caught the biggest blue blue-fin
fin blue-fin taken off Wedgeport, Nova
Scotia, this season. The 130 130-pound
pound 130-pound youngster of Beverly
Hills, Calif., boated the 725 725-pounder
pounder 725-pounder m 50 minutes.
At Fort Davis, center Tom Tuck
er poured in 27 points as the Bush-
masters steadily increased a nar
row 13-11 first period bumper. The
A's, playing through all but the
third quarter without the services
of starters Phil Rash and John
Ares, who left for the States this
morning, successiuuy Domed up
the Troopers' high-scoring threat.!
Lee Straube, limiting him to 12 tal-
Tadov f nconto 35 .20
Double In Cinemascope 1
Jeanne Simmons In
"HILDA CRANE" 1
John Hodiak In
"On The Threshold of Space"
Udw. IDE At .20 10
"DRUMS of.FU MANCHTJ"
Chaps. 4 5
"BEHIND CITY LIGHTS"
"CORPUS CHRISTI BANDIT"
; 52 Ken Morria (1751
67 Gene Burch (195) RT i-1
81 Goorge Klrkland (200)v :
69 Jack Wlnklosky (185) RE--
39 Larry Siegel (170).
45 Ritchie More(172) QB
60 Larry Eastman (140).
44 Charlie French (150) r-LH
.41 Dan Wlnklosky (170). i
43 Owen Sutherland (1651 RH
7 Tim Days (145). -4,7
Joe Trower (175) Fullback
85 Bruce Bateman (250h
Red Squad: -Ends: John En En-gelfe
gelfe En-gelfe (S7), Terry Corrigan (38).
Tackles George Trimble (75),
Bob Wills (78).- Guards: Joe
Galloway (39), John Snodgrass
(51), Corbln McGribb (79). Cen Centers
ters Centers Tony Womble (72). (Quar (Quarterbacks
terbacks (Quarterbacks Joe Reynolds (37).
Halfbacks -.Al Nahmad (46),
Tom Cunningham (39). F u 1 1 1-backs
backs 1-backs Gary Ness (52).
White Squad: Ends George
Barbier. (48)r Joe -Blackburn
(49). Tackles-George Kintner
1(74), Warren Boyett (75)Wayne
SUMMARY Errors: nitt.mer
iong z. Km; t ranner scored on
Long's error in 9th), shepard,
wemente. Douoie: Thomson,
or: snepard. Sacrifice; Bruton,
u uonneu, rneno 2. Lett on
NEW YORK, Sept. 21-(UP)-u
The familiar figure of five-foot,,
four-inch Buddv Yonriw tbih
missing tthis National Football
Leaeue season ; t :.,;:':;
Young has decided to call It
quits after nine years in pro professional
fessional professional football.? The 30-year-old
former Illinois All-America
halfback announced his decision
to president Don Kellett .of the
Baltimore colts. Kellett said
Young will remain with the Colts
as a scout and public relations
official.. ; :
Young was very matter of fact.'
aoout his retirement. Buddy said
"There Is no use beiito drama.
tic about this. Football has done
much more for me than I could
every say." Younsr added "I
could continue-in the -game but
I believe the Colts have pro progressed
gressed progressed to the point where the
new ooys should get ft chance to
playA w: a. 'v. 'a
Yo'unrf nlaved for the -Fleet
City ;naval team during the war
ana starred lor Illinois in the ;
1947 Rose Bowl game. He, broke
into pro ball with the New York
Yanks of the All-America Con- v
ference. Young gained a little
over five miles in his nine years
with the pros. '.
aiso in tootoail, Green Bay ;
ha t.mripH tarh-U Tom rnKm. tn
the Chicasro Pnrdinals fnr T11-
ture draft choice... -Th Massa-'
chusetts Maritime Academy is I
dropping football after 12 years
because of the lack of a practice ?
field. .. clay Cooper and Volneyf
Ashford are being mentioned as
Qiif.pGKftra tsv Finn IPoiirnf a. KAarf
football coach at Missouri. Fau-
rot, a coach for 31 years, ls step-,
ping down next year to devote
full time to his job as athletic
Wall (84).' Gurds Jerrv Cur
tis (57).' Alex Perez (83). Char.
lie Chase (51). Centers Mor
gan Schoch (53). Quarerbacks
joe uodsey (50), Halfbacks
Raul Barbara (36), Bud Curdts
(64). -uiibaclt Pete Corrigan
base: ; Milwaukee 8, Pittsburgh
6. Bases on balls: Buhl 2, Friend
3. S.a: Buhl 3, Johnson 1, Friend
3. Hits off: Buhl 3 in 8, Johnson
0 in 1, Crone 2 In 2-3. Runs and
earned run's: Buhl 1 and : 1,
Crone 1 and .1, Friend 1 and 0.
WP: Friend (16-16). LP: Crone
"&Idp insect Ton:.:iriT
' Will Not Slain-HarmUu t Hwmen
' and Animal whan Used at Oireclad
Costs Less and Kills Faster
than most high pressure bombs
At Aot Retail Slorei
ricbic Mlos Wins
n miIa n
DELAWARE, Ohio, Sept. 21
(UP J The $56,000 Uttle Brown
Jug pacing classic was won by
"Noble Adios" In straight heats
Noble Adios. owned bv Paul
Wixom of Chicago, ran the fast fastest
est fastest race of his life by winning
the first heat in two-minutes-and-one-second
and the second
in two-minutes and four-fifth
seconds. Noble Adios led all the
way to win the first heat. The
brown colt passed the favored
"Bachelor. Hanover'' In -the sec second
ond second heat In a grueling duel at
the three-quarter pole and went
on to win.
'Noble Adios' paid $5.80, $4.20
and $3.40 in winning the second
heat ""Adioway" finished sec second
ond second and "Adios Scott" placed
third. Bachelor Hanover, who
finished fourth in the first hea'
finished fifth in the seed J
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Also Handling Refrigerated and Chilled Cargo
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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
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' ' -' Seattle. ;
SPECIAL ROUND TRIP PASSENGER FAEES FROM
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Te Ne-' Tork and Return ..... ... i
Te I-os Angeles and San Francisco and
. Returning from Los Angeles ......
Te Seattle and Return .....
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AN TSniTZStTSr DAILY NIWSPATEX
.PAS I KINS
Oil o ':
o Win;, -JB eMwre Mace -1 omorrov-;
i V i i I
aniens, FeLrcro II,,
Contenders In Sprint
Mrs. Lofy de LazzarinV expensive Argentine Argentine-l
l Argentine-l red router Golazo is an odds-on favorite tocop to tort
rt tort arrow's featured $505 seven-furlong: sprint for
freend Series thoroughbreds at the President Re-r.-.cn
racetrack.'. .. ..
. . . u- with Rnlirn In close 8 Bacana 'vO.
Golazo his last time out, rates a f ages of the race. Golo f 0UW; rlmt: U r
and chance .to wset tne uvorne., k,: .finish. taeJaW SSOO.00 PoolClo... 1:15
tonel! will guide Golazo under top
LtCKY STRIKE AND SEYMOUR
Mm imp. IT.rvrv Tir irnn I tin FN
Pun. $400.00 Fool Close 12:45 iMITn
lit Rac lrdSri Imp ft-
FIRST RACE OF THI DOUBLf
1 Panzaretta ; F. Alvarea -115
2 Brisk A. Ycaza no
3 Matruh a. kuiz in
4 0. Wonder J. Phillips 110
5 Newbrlgbton B. Baeza 106
ft tLanero J. Jimenei 115x
7 (Vulcanlzado- F. sanch. loux
,J t air r AMj vnAn hraA?o to inp i niMi utir.irurn uuu.uv
CrackerjacK naer tra " -iT" m the oro-: SECOND RACE OF THE DOUIll
puWd by Alejandro Ycaia. 5"ta Haiiicaitand .Pavlnetto 4 Postinovich A. Yeaia'llO
th ml. BrauSo BaeTa will should set sixzling Pee ,,. t rpnto.
handle Trirreme'a reins with W5 strong finishing urnamemai oi, .,
Jound, whUi .Jorw PhUlips will and AndM wmrnf W to join them WjUr
na th tontine aboard wun m. iuiuib. """""T t..j4f ui twa
The "experts" fifture that Pan!. Eight otner races are
ens Fegrero and PoUion will on an Interesting cardA
Pun. 1375.00 Pel C1m 1:45
1 Don Brigido R.yasquel H
2 Naranjazo i A. Vasquez 124
3 Tlngat .-l J.. Bravo 11"
i-etlte j ; M. Ycaza 108
cktv rnvTRS A eroup of skin divers is shown leaving the
illdSS SWn dK rapidly becoming a popular
iport on, the Isthmus., .'.-.,.,'.
4th Rae "H" Hrtiru 5
Punt $275-00 Pol Clsirt 2:20
1 Winsaba f s" S. Carvajal 105x
2 L. Pampanlni B. Aguirre 108
3 Volador ; O. de Leon 109
4 O.'PlcJt' J. Phillips 118
5 Toxic J Rodriguez 113
6 Jai Alai E. Ortega 102
7 Conquistador1 ,;, B. Baeza 103
5ll Race 'B NaiM Fit Fit-Puna
Puna Fit-Puna $275.00 Pool Clotoi 2:55
1 Cara de Sapo B. Baeza 102
2 Chepanita O. de Le6n 103
3 Julle V. Brown 110
4 Jachalih ; : X. Vasquez 114
6rii Jtact Inl SoriM 7 Fat Fat-Pun
Pun Fat-Pun $400.00 Pool Clow 3:25
FIRST RACE Or THE DOUBLE
:. by '
' v mmmr
nnn-m. 1111 .. . .1
5 El Fakir
A. Ycaza 115
a de Le6n 105
B. Baeza 110
' C. Dario 108
R. Vasquez 110
J. Jimenez 115X
' .'Rulz 103
iwT v wrttjn aff,r' another, and whatever
hr mi 61 f'Bridev Murphy ? Much nfore realistic, though just as
pennant won in June. Horses like Swaps .and l NMhua "e ivmg
Atlantic City a bad name as a health resort One look at tne V1'
Rds unitorms and Papa Hemingway, might be inspired to do a
aequel called ''Farewell to Sleeves.- - .' ,ub
Th kg AAA's have made more errors than any other ciuoin
the" mjS? ffi n5t to thi Yanks, more .double plays, a wal
screw loose.item. ,
1 VCOOPER l)boPER,"the column's favorite news hound, re re-porti
porti re-porti 0) that the Garden has performed a major operation on
Ted Irish's take, home pa No more gjgffiS
Etraleht salary only. (2) Tammany feels the loss of the HamDie HamDie-ton&
ton& HamDie-ton& 5Bl added nothing to George Monaghan's prestige as
bosTof toe trots here and a successor is being warned up in the
paddock (3) Opening odds make Yanks 8-5 cWe against ''any ''anybody;'
body;' ''anybody;' to quote the house man. .- meaning Brooks, Braves or Red.
ONI FOR THE ROADntsaminy" Boulmetls gave Career Boy
one of those million dollar rides (jockeys must be the rickest and
most generous people In the world) to win the Swaplea Atlantic
City feature, .-and Freddie Krieger was telling this story about
"When I talked sammy into xaung me ou as tu
naturally delighted.. I phoned mv wife She was happy, too. She
. . 'ev.h.Ha'. ant mniilmpti.v' chn cried...
tnu zioor t hnr it is tinthinir aerious.' sympathized the friend.
ttho, as yott can see, Knew iiwe auuuv incuy. .....
Boulmetls, tne Arcaro 01 me jersey iuup, canu
Career Boy's pilot and 10 per cent of that goes to his agent. Long
range ure thing: Career Bey towln Widener In '57.
v FROTHYFAX. .Driving tests at this year's U.S. Open put the
arerague carry at 239.83 yards. As Gov. Clement so poignantly put
it- "Where oh, wher are all those 300-yard drivers when the chips
are down? The Yank couldn't have won without 37-year-old
Tommy Byrne U8-5) last season, and Sal Maglle, who'll be 40 be before
fore before he knows It, is performing a similar service for the Brooks.
They've already set the youth movement in baseball back a gen generation,
eration, generation, and If they book up in the Series it may be the end of
Geritol, too. ...;" v
1 Our new, nonprofit, nonspending racing group slashed the
Evsonby value from $100,000 to $25,000. Reducing it to the status
ff a commonplace; event, yet attracted a mutuel play of $423,032.
Inasmuch as this experiment was such a resounding success, it
logically follows next year will se additional retrenchment. Look
for the Sysonby to be run as a $12,500 claimer,.with lead ponies
and livery stable pets eligible..- : 1 f f? ;j-1 1. ..
NOR SNOW, NOR RArN...lanhattanlte Earle Ferris writes:
"I note that the Dodgers have brought Jim Gentile up from Fort
Worth. This guy could be worth half a million to Cleveland or
gnme club needing a slugging first baseman. He was a show boat
wli?n he first broke in with Mobile (at 19) but he seems to know
hat the score is now. He's a big lad. his hitting is on the Mickey
Mantle order (he hit 40 some odd this season) and his glove work
sharpens with experience.'Hodges may last another year or so,
but in any case, this lad is can't-miss stuff. Remember how I call called
ed called the turn on Admiral Dewey at Manila Bay?"- ,'
DOT'S ALL.'.. Some of th bnv ran't ftoure whether TVnr1
James has been carrying Joe Louis, or vlceversa. .. Perhaps what
Acilai means in griping about a one-party press, ia that the NL
race is getting most of, the headlines, . A visitor to Syracuse finds
t ie townies dreaming not of a' White Christmas, but a bowl-bound
football team..,. However, Ben Schwarzwalder. in true coarhlv
fashion, fears Maryland, Pitt, Army... "And Pnn State can be
awfully rougn, too"-. Jackie Brandt's vulnerability as draft bait
was one reason why the Cards Frank Lane didn't hesitate to let
the Giants take him in the Alvin Dark deal. . For the first time
in years t's now possible to remember who the amateur golf cham champion
pion champion Is. and Harvey Ward's a good one, too. '
7th Rat 3rd Scrioi Imp 7 Ff Ff-Pun
Pun Ff-Pun $400.00 Pool Clout 4:05
SECOND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 M. Maker J. Rodriguez 108
2 Cascador J- Bravo 110
3 Oyster F. Alvarez 108
de Gales R. Vasquez 110
5 .;i-frain O- de Leon 113
6 M. Mr.Iody A. Carbonell 118
7 Gay Spot M. Ycaza 106
8 Vedette, A. Vasquez 118
9 Te, Gano , B. Baeza ID?
th Racr "D" Hativ (J Pa.
Pun $300.00 Pool CImi 4:40
2 Mr; Tivoll
7 Fru Fru
B. Baeza 108
A. Ycaza 113
R.. Vasquez 111
, B. Aguirre 120
G. Montero lOfix
M. Ycaza 113
F. Oodoy 120
JL- Crlstian 115
9th Rae 2nd Stiun Imp. 7 Ff t.
Pun $500.00 Pool CIomi 5:15
F. Alvarea 108
B. Baeza 108
5 Orn. Star
6 S. Girl
7 Mrs. Halligan
B. Aguirre 113
A. Vasquez 115
M. Ycaza 108
8. Carvaial llOx
H. Ruiz 118
C. Ruiz 120
The' Lucky Strike keelers split
four points with the newly-sponsored
RC-Nehi bowling team
Tuesday night at the Diblo
Heignt bowung aueys to go in into
to into a tie with the Seymour Agen Agency
cy Agency team. Woodcock had a 528 to
lead his team, while for RC-Ne-
m; Aimeda had a fine 572.
The Puerza Luz team. In
the meantime, was knocking out
a 3-polnt victory over the Sey
mour Agency. Allen Jnad a opi
for Fuerza v Luz. followed by
Thomas with. 539. whUe for the
losers, McGarrey had 528 aa
Kunkel 521. .?.;. -':' ''"" '.
The '. Summffi Hills Golf Club
boys proceeded to lay out the
Max R. Stempel and Sons team
by taking; three of the four
points as Harry Colbert, bowled
sag, rouowea -by Toiana wn
558, Riley with 553 and Jamison
with 539. only Wheeler was less
than 500. For the fifcempel In-
surancemen. however, WHber led
with 541, followed by Coffey witn
' Police Assn.
I Former ; 108
7 Guest 224
195 178 158 62l!0eRaj)s
168 ISft 507iUuest
130 150 4;8 fctewart : 178
176 174 167 517tMarun lftS'
"168 182 130 623 i 1 '.
888 832- 811 2531
Fuerza y Lux
867 890 843 2800
844 861 902 2607
V MARGARITA LEAGUE
. Second Week
. t's.w.j : i : v
i As we go into the second week
of bowline at the Maittarita Al
leys Agenda Kara and Termf-J
nan are tied ior iirst place .In
holding their lead Agenda Kam
took (hree point from Wright
Bros, while dropping only one.
Robinson waa high for the In
surance men with a 534 series
' 848 834 690 2370
529. The Stempeleers took only 0? L?
the ixt Bom ... "8n 'ior
the last game.
'In the final match Bud Bal Bal-cer,
cer, Bal-cer, newly returned from vaca vacation,
tion, vacation, knocked out a. whopping
662 with game of 226, 204 and
232 to lead the H.I. Homa tile tile-setters
setters tile-setters to a four .point .victory
over the El Rancho Garden
team. Lowande had a big 590.
followed bv Banks with 538 tnd
Pahl with 550 for Homa, For the
El Rancho boys, Soyster led with
a fine 583. Including- the high
game of the evening of 234, fol followed
lowed followed by Snellbaker with 556.
The team- standings, i after
three weeks of play, ara now: ;
Team ; Won Lost Pet.
Seymour Aeenct .. 8 4 .667
Lucky Strike-;;;.,-;.; 8 A .667
RC Nehi 1 5 .ooa
H. I. Homa 6 6 .500
Summit Golf Club 5 7 .417
El Rancho Garden 5 7 i .417
Stemnel and Son 5 7 i .417
Fuerza y Luz ...w 4 ? J33
Individual averages in the
Major League after three weeks;
' .Nam v
Bo wen ,,
The scores ; of
El Ranch Garden
927 903 868 2698
H. L Homa Co.
10th Rae 2nd 5rit Imp. 7 Fff.
Pun $500.00 Pool Clout 5:40
1 Febrero U J. Phillips 105
2 Trirreme B. Baeza 105
3 Polizon H. Ruiz 103
4 Panicus A. Ycaza 108
5 Golazo A CarboneU 122
By LUIS ROMER
6 El Fak r
7 Master Melody
8 Mr. Tiroll-
PR0NOSTICOS H1PIC0S DE
LA REVISU "13"
. Sabad 22 d ScptMmbr
1 Brisk Bacana ),
''.2 Courmol Pottinovicb
3 Tinftt Ptir
4 Txk La Pamoanini
5 Chepanita ; Julio
'6 El Fakir Incaica
7 Master Mdody Princip d Gain
1 0 Colas
Plumbers wth a 539 and St.
John was next with a 532 se
ries and hiss 211 game was hieh
in Claw A. :
Naval Station can't seem to
get started thlsyear. Taklne
only one point last week; they
returned to vase only one this
week fiom the Terminals men,
to hold their sixth place posi position..
tion.. position.. Graham, of .the Terminals
now holds the high single game
record in Claws CJ witha 229
core. Might 'be hard to beat,
lellows. The! Aces and Powells
managed a split and held their
own in the ratings. Halllday of
nie Aces was uiga in class i
with a 646 series.
- George Tully, out this week
with -an injured leg, coached
his police team to a tnree point
victory over straggling casaq
Yohros, from, the sidelines. Evi Evidently
dently Evidently he did a pretty good Job
of coaching, Stan Guest of the
Cops rolled three games of 224,
183 and 212 for a 619 series to
add another member to t h e
"600" club. Won't be elite very
long if that keeps up. The Po Police
lice Police took high in two classes
mis'weke. Guest s 619 was high
in qiass B ana Paul Stewart
took high in Class B with a 539
series. Maybe Tully should have
, i .; . .1,' : yf ,, 'JL
Agenda Kam .....7 1
Terminals .7 1
Police Assne1 9 ......... ft 2
Wright Bros. ....;..., ..4 4
Powells .3 5
Naval Station ........ 6
Aces ;...,......'...' 2 6
Cm Yohros y. ...........1 1
874 783 791 2448
stllson Stone-stllson Halllday
789 794 830 2413
By TREVOR SIMONS
Today this column brings you
a brief review of the three
competing schools as they pre prepare
pare prepare themselves for the 1956
jamboree scheduled tor Mt
Hope stadium on Sept. 28.
The possibility still exists
that the Athletic Club will meet
the requirements' and field a
team next week Friday, and If
they do this year's jamboree
will stain feature a four-team
affair. However, in the lone
run, it's still only Balboa, Cris
tobal and Junior college that
matter, for the task of winning
the gridiron championship is
still foremost in the minds of.
all three. , :
840 699 843 2382
2 : 8
St. John a
101 i 133 1
826 771 781 2378
.847 810 755 2412
I wheeled it over to the Paci
fic side last Wednesday with the
specific purpose in mind of see seeing
ing seeing the Dreadnauehta from
Balboa High. I had heard much
about this 1958 version of the
Bulldogs, but I was not afford afforded
ed afforded the opportunity of really
seeing them m action. : .l. xhe. foreeoine
Coaca Anderson had finished "bird'a-eve1" vu
tne rough end oi ms training
the evening before and had al
ready scheduled a "no contact"
session for Wednesday.- But It
oidn t take a scrimmage or a
rough practice seision to see
with the naked eye that Bal
boa will field the biggest team
that has ever defended the Red
and White: -.
How proficient these huge
lads will be remains to be seen,
but nothing can change the
size. As a matter of fact, might
I ;; suggest that the. Bulldogs
change their name for 1956 to
the Geat Danes. It would be
Balboa's much heralded new
opartetoack just in from; the
States, looks good at a glance.
Richie Moore passe well, runs
last and should tip the scales
at better than 200 p o u n d s
Coach Anderson is hltrh in
praise nt his starting backfield,
particularly halfback Owe en
Sutherland. Though he is still
looking over his enormous
squad, both in numbers and in
weight, Andy figures to have
Danny Winklsosky at the other
half and Bruce Ratcman at full fullback..
back.. fullback.. ;''"" ,.; I
After watching ; Balboa lgo
througn their paces for a while,
I drove to Diablo where the un undermanned
dermanned undermanned Junior College elev
en provided a direct : contrast
from what I had seen at Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. Nineteen players were on
the field and coach Brown in
dicated that others had late lab
classes at J.C. and were unable
to attend Wednesday's session.
.Of the 19 that were present
there was hardly but one or
two that seemed in shape. Char
lie Morris and J on n Schmidt
looked ready. Apart from that
only pick Home could be said
to be ready tot the grueling
season ahead. ,
The manpower snortage has
made scrimmages difficult and
the fear of Injury predominant.
Having to get started with
workouts after 4:30 doesn't give
the J.o. eleven tod much time
to round into shapf..' There is
little doubt that the potential
is there, but whether time faci
lities ire j enough for Coach
Brown to wnip tnem into shape -is
still another thing. 1 J
A few minor Injuries In'thet In'thet-Tiger
Tiger In'thet-Tiger camp at Cristobal, slow slowed
ed slowed down the Cristobal workouts
temporarily. Coaches .Palumbb
and Moser have had the .Tigets J
working good for the past week
and they are showing good
signs of welding together a fast
and potent, thougn, small, ag aggregation.:.
gregation.:. aggregation.:. -.'...,
By w?iy of contrast, .Balboa ia.
fielaln their biggest team, arid
Ihis whl probably be one of tne"
smallest teams that the CHai
eleven, have ever fielded in the
quest for the Interscholastic
championship. s. -;
Cristobal's hard driving full-J
tack, Lamoin Werlein was side
tracked with an injured leg,' but,,
should be back ith.a'day orr
two. -End John Forrest injured,,
a finger and half-back Ra,y Ra,y-Croft
Croft Ra,y-Croft ,waa nursing a foot in-Ja'
Jury. All "three are. scheduled,
starter for the coming race for
was only a
eye" view of the thren.
teams mat are vicing for the
Interscnolastlc, : championship.
8 x aaia Derore it was my first
-u ri;utki oiue enuries.
Not much ean be gathered f ro.ru
watching one workout and pa-
M u me lavontes tor.
the coming season. R.HA. we A",
not working out at full speed:
Ail eyes will be on the Bull.
dogs during the Reaand White
game ngaln tonight, but the
real test will beeln next svu
day, sept. 28, when the Jam
fcoree, marks the official open opening
ing opening of the season., -1
Sports Shorts f
v BASEBALL ;!'." jr
' Manager Fred Haney of Mil-,
waukee says the Braveg must
win the pennant by themselves, v
"We have to win them all front
here on in," said Haney. "w:
Just can't sit around hoping the the-Dodgers
Dodgers the-Dodgers will lose.; it's a tight"
race, and that's the right way to -wind
up a season. t. with a little"
Haney had hoped to use War-"
ren Spahn, Lew BurdeVie and
uoo cum as his only starters rn1
the stretch drive, with everyone
else in the bullpen.' But Haney
said he'll probably have to start
someone else for one game. 1T
wouldn't name t names, but, it.
probably, will jbe Gene ConJey.
Gallani Babe zaharias KaT
shown a little -improvement in
her third fight against cancer.
A brief announcement from
the John Sealy Hospital in Gal Galveston,
veston, Galveston, Texas, aavs th Babe
was able to resume taking li liquid
quid liquid nourishment by mouth. The
hospital also said the Babe had
a good night and is in "good
Mrs, zanarlas underwent the
third onerat.lnn a vmIi a.
go.- to relieve complications.
Since- then, she has been fed iiw.
travenously except for a few
brief periods when' the con! I
take fluids by mouth. ; - ZJ
. ., i ,.f or
928 953 966 2837!
Stempel and Son
V 180 166 193 541
149 173 ,157 479
133 150 191 474
178 157 190 23
205 130 194 529
75-"776 927 2546
Summit Bills Golf Club
935 -951 841 2727
852 805 840 2497
with lh3 Patented
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Safer High Speed
Luxe Champion Tubeless Tire
THAT PROTECTS AGAtlST
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of a whole small native lemon, and one teaspoon! ul of granulated
sugar and a jigger of BACARDI WHITE LABEL Mix throughly and
then shake well with cracked ice. Strain and serve. '. :
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Write Box L. Balboa, C.Z.
Hours" 8 to 12, 1:30 to 5
Saturdays 9 a.m. to noon.
After hours Pan .8-7050
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3 te 5 s.m. Phone 2-2451
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FOR SALE: Leaving. Child's
car, electric broiler, outdoor fur fur-nitura,
nitura, fur-nitura, lamp, etc. See at 2316 2316-A,
A, 2316-A, Lai Crucei, Balboa.
FOR SALE: Saddle hone, gcld gcld-'ing,
'ing, gcld-'ing, 5 Veanj, suitable for child;
bridle. $45. Balboa 2-1563.
FOR SALE: Hi-Fi outfit. 2560
cycle. Come,, tee flr bear this won wonderful
derful wonderful buy, then talk price.
Phone Bsl. 2-3069.
Doet four ELECTRIC IRON need,
fixing? Bring it to Almacen Elec Elec-trice
trice Elec-trice Lloyd. Phone 2-2202.
DO IT YOURSELF! Build with
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TOKYO. SeDt.' 21 fUP) Chi
nese communist nartv leaders
have admitted that they went
ton f r tnn fastIn' talrlnor mr
portions T of ; Chinese industry.
flnrnmpfc orirt oerrlpultnf t?a-
dio pelplng reported today.
The Communists also said the
"upper strata" leaders of Tibet
were delavlmr the Communist
prfograra in that Himalayan
country and mat plans to indoc indoctrinate
trinate indoctrinate : Tlhfitan vouth would
have )to be speeded up.
. une report on cninesn com communist
munist communist economy was given
Thnrsrlau hv r.hpn Vun. ft mem
ber of the Central Committee's
Pnlitipal PnrfQ,i arA n lnncr.t.imp
jj labor leader in a speech to the
gress in Pclplng.
. fhon Enid tint rnvprnmrnt
would establish a limited "free
market'' in China but tie de denied
nied denied it meant the Red econo economy
my economy was "fallint; back nto be becoming
coming becoming capitalist free mar markets."
kets." markets." -.
He said "momentary and lim
ited mistakes" had been made
because of the "rapidity with
which the situation changed"
nnrl soiH tho IncliiHcrt cnintr
" t, o
tnrt tar 1n fnrmincr honrllpraft.
I cooperatlves,v"purposeless- amal amalgamation"
gamation" amalgamation" of Industry and com
Imerce and not enough attention
, given to subsidiary home occu-
pauons tor larmera.
Chang Kuo-hua, acting secre secretary
tary secretary of the communists' Tibetan
Working committee, gave the'
report on Tibet. He said the
nnmmnnists nlannprl tn rnprnit
5,000 to 8,000 students In "Tibet
aurmg me next tour years ana
train an additional 10.000 Tibe
tans on a -rotation basis.
His address was significant in
, UNITED STATKS OP AMERICA
United States District Court tor the
District o( the Canal Zone
yaa and Compania Comereial Navlera,
j.i ftcsiwiiueiiis. in AamiTaiiv,
Whereas, on the 11th dnv nf Kpntem-
hr. lfttt. T. K rnf- ru-rf T.iKl in
Rem and in Personam in the United
Mates District court ol trie Canal Zone,
'Balboa Division, against the M. V. Gua Gua-yas
yas Gua-yas and the Compania Comereial Na
viera, o n., in v cause, tivu ana nari.
time: :. ..
And, whereas," by virtue of process
In due form of law, to me directed, re returnable
turnable returnable on the 3rd day of October,
1958. I nave seized and taken the said
M. V. Guayas and have her in my cua-
fTnUrt Wilt h h-lrf In 4h Tlnt, c.t
uistnci court Roam, In the town ot
- ... villim
nucon, vans i jcone. at a.m. on the
3rd day at October, 1956. for the trial
r aaia premises, and the owner or
or claim ny interest, are hereby cited
I to be and appear at the time and place
aforesaid to ahow cause. If anv thev
IWI1 Pr, infl all n-r.nn. kk. mk.. u
nave, wny a final decree should not
pass aa prayed
. Jmeph 1. Klnraid-
' I In it
Vn SW.n .r.'" "imw ."aranai..
. laiiiiiej niiu
d Castro, Proctors for Libelant
Speevak & Wainberg
Tlree & Tubes'
No. 31 1
; Autnmnhlle Row
.. Tel. 8-4624
, JUST ARRIVED
' Large Assortment of
181 La Carrasqullla
He. M "B" Stmt
4th of July Av. J St
ATTENTION GL LI Just built
modere furnished apartments. 1,
2 bedrooms, bet, cold water.
Phone Ponante 3-4941.
FOR RENT; Modern apart,
ments in exclusive El Cangreja,
near El Panama. Phone 3-5692.
Apply at 2034 7a. Via Ejpana.
' FOR RENT: $50. furnished
apartment, comfortable, near
Via Espana, commissary; and an another
other another apartment for agency, liv- -ing.
FOR RENT.- Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, all screened, one bedroom,
living room; also bachelor apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Phone 3-1 648.
FOR RENT: Modern apirtment
unfurnished. El Cangrejo: 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dinlng-liv-ing
room, maid's room with bath,
all screened, garage and hot wa water.
ter. water. Phone during business hours
2-0321; : after business hour
view of repeated reports from
Tibet that the religious leaders
nf tha t.henpra,, Viavi KtaaeA an
arnica uprising against -. ineir
Chinese Red rules v this year.
Chang did not mention this.
He said the Dalai Lama, and
'the Pnmmrinist-snnnRnrert san.
A J J 1 1 1. I 1 ..
r.hen I.nma had annrnverl anptat
reforms proposed by Peipirtg but
"explained' that' they could on only
ly only be carried out after serious
and ranpAtari pnn.iiiilt.at.tnn ,ith
the people of the upper strata,"
Chang warned "against pre pre-fnaiture
fnaiture pre-fnaiture forms" which would "af "affect
fect "affect the unity within the Tibe
tan nationality.'..!' A could on
Iw rreat.n riiffiriillii's for nnsKt.
fvil reform." He also noted that
"religion has a great ; influence
upon the life of the people and
political affairs." ,
Other developments reported
today by pelping Radio; r
. The Partv RrmorrM wao tn re
cess today until Saturday. ;
The entire stanriintr i pnmmff.'
tee of the party strongly en endorsed
dorsed endorsed Premier -iChon Rn-lal's
report yesterday supporting
Egypt's nationalization of the
Suea Canal. '
Party delegate Teng Hsiao Hsiao-ilng
ilng Hsiao-ilng said the Chinese Party has
uilt un a reserv. nf 2(1 mill Inn
I youths in the ""new democratic
AF Teces Possible
Cutback In Size
01 137-7ing Goal
VASHINGTON, Sept 21 (UP) (UP)-The
The (UP)-The Air Force faced the likelihood
today of a cutback in its planned
II in. :
uveian size xu ui wings.
Defense Secretary Charles ? E.
Wilson gave -weight at i his news
conference yesterday to already
tion was planned because of the
increasing power ana variety of
nuclear weapons. - v v
With the deterrent power of such
weapons, some defense .authorities
argue,the Air Force does not need
as many men or combat units &
Questioned on that point. Wilson
said thA kit nf th Air f?nr 1
"open for reconsideration'' in cur
rent mmiary planning lor uie
budnet" which troes'to Conoress
nexi January... k , .
Nr. numhnre bta iiKivniiuil
tho Seeretarv said, rpfprrino in
the i:i7-wing coal. A wing varies in
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OF OUR AGENTS
LEWIS SERVICE 1
Ave. Tir.ll He. 4 ;
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
let Central Are.
. fXrmacia lux
144 Central Ave.ee
FOR SALE: Kenmore automa automatic,
tic, automatic, washer, 60-cycle, Used less
than a year, excellent condition.
Call Rousseae 3175.
FOR SALE: Metal furniture:
dinette extension table'24"x36"'
closed, with 6 plastic upholster upholstered
ed upholstered chairs; chest drawers; dress dresser
er dresser with mirror; mahogany coffee
table; 3-way floor lamp; .bridge
and table lamp. Call Saturday or
Sunday until 5 p.m. Curundu
7228, Quarters 2033.
FOR SALE. Leaving. 5 pieces
peel cane 3 tub chairs, t
lounge chair, 1 coffee table $30;
I dinette table 30" 42", 4
chairs' (foam rubber cushions)
$50.00. House No. 53. Apt. 1,
Dr. Alberto Navarre Street, El
Far Too Fast
Liu Jen, an official of the Par Party's
ty's Party's Pelping Committee, .urged
that peiplng, one of the oldest
and most beautiful capitals of
the. world, be transformed Into
the center of Red China's nreci-
sion tool industry. I
Ko Chingshlh, shanghai Area
Party secretary, said Shanghai's
capitalistic enterorises have been
transformed ; into jolnlt state-
private enterprises but that the
task of. eliminating' ranitallst
ownership has not ye been com-
73 Local-Rate N
-ed fr. i rsjs 1)
under the most trying condi conditions,
tions, conditions, all of which contributed, 1
in no uncertain way, toward
enabling us to satisfactorily
complete this first phase of
our training as firefighters.
"For all these, thine, end fnr
those things of which we may
not be aware, we t are deeply
grateful, both as individuals and
as a group.
r AffalTl. nlAAA. flfiAAnt ah- Ii
cere thanks and our best wishes
for VOUr COntUined ciippac In all
- . .T. -------
ine ceremony, marking the
end of the Intensive hasfn
of .. trainln?: was fttiinHrf h
ames Marshall, acting civil Af Affairs
fairs Affairs Bureau Chief ; Edward- A.
Doolan, Personnel Bureau direc director;
tor; director; G.- O, Kellar, chief of the
Safety Branch; George F. Welsh,
chief of the Employment and
Utilization Division Cant W v.
Jones, chief of the Balboa Fire
uistnct; capt. W, H. Casswell,
chief of the Cristobal District;
Capt. William Dolan, fire drill drill-master;
master; drill-master; Capt. J. A. Tabor j su supervisory
pervisory supervisory instructor of the Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal District! Cant., alhert t
Mathon, supervisory5 instructor
in the Bftlbna nlstrtrt- anrl
- f "V B
number of other instructors who
took parit in the training of the
new firemen. 1
Folio win d- the everrUee tv.
new firemen mvi kriaf
onstration of some a brief tech
niques learned during the train training
ing training period.- .... ...
Seventeen' of the trainees
.will be stationed on the Atlan-,
tie Side and 55 on the Pacific
The baslr slv-wpplr flr ruvit
ing training course which they
have completed was coordinated
And monitored hv nnian and
Carried out under th dirapt. an.
pci vision oi jones in Balboa snd
. 'J I
casswell m Cristobal.
Some' of the elements of fire
fighting learned by the trainees
durln? that nerlnd Inrliiriorf tho
handune of various kinds of
fires and the use of fire fiirhtlni!
equipment, such as niimns and
i raining will be continued
after the fire stations are con consolidated.;
solidated.; consolidated.; on Oct. I, with a
m nimum of two hours train training
ing training a day at each station. This
win inciuae a week in which
each will familiarise Jiimself,
with the town, post or base to
which he is assigned,
Further in-service training
Will he given durlno- the nrnhfl.-
tionary which will last until
they have completed a full year
with the Fire Division.
At th nrl nf the first iv
months, they will take a written
examination ana tnereaiter win
take part ; in the continuing
training given by the Fire Divi Division
sion Division to all of its members.
The names of the new firemen
and the stations tn mhifh thpv
I have been assigned tentatively
iuiiuw; ,'. .. t
Balboa Rodolfo Ayarza;
Antonio J. Glraldez; Rodolfo H.
Maclao; Nathan B. Thomas;
and Merville A. Worrell; 1 1
Corozat Winston E. Alleyne;
Thomas Clarke; Hector Davy;
Herbert Douglas; Lloyd A. Fray;
OR OUR OFFICES
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866,
PHILLIPS Oceeaside Cettsgeo,
Santa Clam. Baa 435, Belboew
Phono Pannmej 1-1877. Criste Criste-bel
bel Criste-bel 3-1673. t
EACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shrapnel' comfortable homes.
Phone Thompson Balboa 1772.
Gramlich' Santa Clara Beach
' Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gambea
Speed yew week ends at Rio
Mar, the best bathing beach in
the Republic, with all conveni conveniences.
ences. conveniences. Moderate prices. The new
management is envious te serve
FOR RENT .Furnished house in
Ecuador Ave. No. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, interior yard.'
garage, hot water, living room,
dining room end kitchen. Yea
can see ft during office hours.
Also another bouse with 4 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garden, etc.
FOR RENT: Nice 3-bodreom
chalet in Golf Heights. R.nt
$110. Phone Panama 3-5329.
FOR RENT: Concrete chalet, j"
bedrooms, recently painted, large
kitchen, many closets, modern
bathroom, 2 porches, hot water,
maid's room with bath, garage,'
fenced yard, good neighbors. Vie
FOR RENT! Room te gentle gentleman
man gentleman of good manners. Apply Via
Eipana, Juan France No. 17,
Donald L. Greaves; Osbert NW
Haynes; Joseph V. Lord; Alexlo
Morris: Donald o. Ninnins- tv.
R. ROlallv: Jasner Plnhanrto.
Carl A. Scotland; Carlos A. Val
Uarlno; and Conway E. Waldron-
Curunrln HMcmv tr
. i.. Aim-
strong; Harold S.. Clarke; i Eric
Green; JoseDh N. Hovt" rarin.
A. LODejs: Cecil I. Millar. anJi
Gamhna rls rYnm r Dam
don; George W. Hinds; Raphael
Mitchell; Cecil Morgan; Charles
A. MUllineS: RlinPrt W Minhnla..
Patrick H, Stanford;
tvoooe airrordo H. Archer;
Cecil Ford; WHbert G. Hall; Rl Rl-Cardo
Cardo Rl-Cardo A. Henrv .Tunlnr v t-
vis; Charles V. Jordan; Rodolfo
Madden Y Frederick F.
Brooks: Edcrar R Ellis- F.mt t
Franklin; George V. Jordan; Lu
ciano Laminar KvluPcfor r
Stamp; and Charles C. Waldron-
Pedro Mirnrl rharl.. ir'
Brownr Lloyd Griffith, Jr; Nor
ton Josenn: reel in i Hni
ston; Joseph C. Martin; Marcus
u. Noad; and Roy T. Reid.
Cristobal Eusehio nrtii-P
n,. raaav: exnesin a. : Tovinr
Marrarita Claranr- c t.
bert: Rov S. Mpada- Vivian
Smith; Roy E. Sobers; Egbert
Gaitun GUberto Nororl.
' Sherman Bertran A. .Cole;
Rudolph Landers; Granville
Lewis Jr.; Roy Redman; June N.
Coco Solo AlbinJE. Coke.
Coco Solito Heptor Chin;
jasper u. nunier. ,
l V ' o
Till 10:00 p.m.
Corner H and DARIEN
AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
la Oaw Ave. Xa. 41
FOTO, DO MY
Juste Aroaemeaa Ave. and U St.
Street No. U
MUSA SELL: 1955 Ponti.c
tonverfibla. Parfoct condition,,
duty ,,id. Will accept highest
ef for. Call 3-1712..
FOR SALEJ--I953 Ponti. Con-
Vertible Coupe, now top, new
paint, hyd., radio. This car is in
J"' eendition. A steal for
i h Smeof Hunnicutt,
' A., Colon. i
. FOR SALE 3 Buick Road Road-master
master Road-master Riviera, air cond., power
steering, power brakes, radio,
heater, E-Z eye glass, all around,
completely deluxe and priced for
quick sale. Call Balboa 3338 aft after
er after 4:30 p.mi
FOR SALE: 1951 Merc. 2-dr.,
radio and O.D. Excellent condi condition
tion condition $595. Qtrs. No. 690 Curun Curundu
du Curundu Hts. 83-7102. (
FOR SALE1955 Opel Sedan,
argain 4th of July Avenue.
FOR SALE 1948 Pontiae de deluxe
luxe deluxe 4-door sedan with heater
end hydramatic drive. House
0858-B, Balbee. Phone, 2-2362.
'OR SALEs Hillman Hardtop
(Califomian) Mark VIII 1955.
7000 miles, cream, black top.
radio, underrated, duty free,
$1100. Balbee 2-1563. -FOR
SALEj 1949 Packard Se Sedan,
dan, Sedan, $350. Call Cristobal 1307,
lSil: T 2 Oldsmebil.
S 4-door, hydramatic, radio.
FOR SALE. 1951 Chry.l.r 4 4-dr.
dr. 4-dr. sedan, practically new tires,
M good condition. $450. Phone
3'21" 3-2577, Mr R..
SALE. 1955 Cust.mlie
fordor Sedan, excellent condi condition.
tion. condition. Many extras. Best offer
fake, It. Only I. ,000 miles. Tel,
phone Bal. 2-3069.
FOR SALE: 1954 M.reury
rrUry H'P. extras. $, $,-550
550 $,-550 Margarita 3-1814. See at
OVJ1, Apt. t.
CcncJa To Sell
Arms, Sabre Jets
To Israel Govt.
OTTAWA Spnt i Tr
ad will .ah :"v.-vin-
Mima iii Israel a
spokesman fnr th t.;..
t- .- iul iriinis-
ten officesaid today.
wiU include 24 RifiS K',.'!. V
ine arms chtrimAnfA t.. i
et olanes. Tr..i ..V"1
j.. uio Cana
dian Government early last spring1
the Sabres r ",H I0;r snipment of
The cabinet rai.iij! v. j i.i
rW "y,t0r "0 ,5 Pnes'o1
06 ShlrjnPti frnm trial U4 ...
Plnt at Canadair, Ltd. i
more LIKE-NEW USED
mi FORDS MERCURYS LIUCOLUS
Check these BIG VALUES at SACRIFICE PRICES.
'vv-J' "mmmmmmm'mml'mm'mimi''m -. .
'55 FORD Tudor ,.t. $1,495,
'55 DODGE . V. Convertible ....... ... 2,395.
53 VAUXIIALL ,,,Fordor .......... .Best offer!
52 DODGE Club Coupe ,. 895.
'52 FORD .......Tudor 795
'51 FORD Tudor ....... 595.
M9 QIRYSLER ........"...Coupe ....... '295
'47 FORD Coupe 195.'
FAST FRIENDLY FINANCING
OUR NEW PHONF
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Parqua Lefme J Street
v Via Poms 111,
' NOVEDADES ATH1S
' Via Espaia Ave.
FOR SALE: House completely
furnished in Rio Segundo do Al.
eiuela, in Costa Rica, with fruit
trees, 8 rooms. Phone 1208-A,
Colon. '. ....i.'
FOR SALE.- Furniihad house
located in Seacliff Acres, Sapta
. Clara Beach. CaB Gilbert o Guar Guar-dia
dia Guar-dia 3-2052 Saturday morning.
LOST & FOUND
LOST.- Hunting dog white with
brown In the Loceria. Call tele tele-Pkone
Pkone tele-Pkone 3-4018. Reward.
. TeL 2-4624
THIS WEEK ONLY
600 x 16 $16.00
NEW HRES :
Calle n .No. 11-53
Offers to Panama and Canal Zone cus cus-tomers
tomers cus-tomers the- famous and genuine foam rui
ber.froin to .4 in mattresses and cush cushions
ions cushions which, we make in all sizes you desire.
Visit, us at Tour store just across the Auto
daily on our
WANTED:' Male l.rk-typi,f.
Tropicana," ,4th of July Ave.
Boats & Motors
. FOR SALE: 42-foot Matthews
cabin cruiser "dorian." Rafrige Rafrige-ration,;
ration,; Rafrige-ration,; radip-t.lephone. Urgent
FOR SALEt-25-fr. cabin eruis eruis-er;
er; eruis-er; St-hp, engine. Skipjack No.
. c" en et Cristobal
Tacht Club. Phone 3-2121 or
3-2577, Mr. R.,,,.
. Telifono ZftCS
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jTho German Tedcral Post has
!usue4 t 20-p(ennlng poitago
; stamp to commemorate tht first
nniverssry rf th death of
ThomMMann. Tho portrait of
the world-famed German au author
thor author was done by Prof, Karl
Hani waiter of Nuernberg,
Many experts would reach
contract of five clubs with today's
hand, but there is nothing wrong
with three no-trump provided
it is played properly. You should
. be able to plan the entire hand
after seeing tne opening lead.
' West opened the four of hearts,
East played the nine, and South
property took his ace at once.
As we (hall see, it would have
been a fatal mistake to refuse
the first trick. ...
South, next cashed the ace of
spades, followed by the king and
queen of -clubs.. When both .op .opponents
ponents .opponents followed to two rounds
of clubs, South could afford to
lead the jack of clubs to dummy's
ace, a key play.
' Declarer led the queen of
spades from dummy, giving West
a trick. If West now led a low
heart,; East would win with the
SACRAMENTO: Calif. -(UPV-
inere is one criminal whom Sher
iff Don Cox is particularly anxious
to set his hands on. The cu dm
forged Cox's name to a $64 check
and cashed It at a supermarket
jack but would be unable to -continue
the suit. If West, instead,
took the king and queen of hearts,
dummy's ten would become es established.
tablished. established. Either way, it was im impossible
possible impossible for West to run i the
If South had refused the first
trick, East would have continued
with a second heart. West would
later get In with the king of
spades and would be able to lake
three heart tricks to defeat the
'Let's return to West, who has
just taken the king of spades.
West cannot prevent South from
entering the dummy with a club.
South has kept the deuce of eiubs
to lead to dummy's seven of elubs
for just .this purpose. Dummy is
then .in .. position to cash two
spades, and South makes his con
tract with three spades, four clubs
and the two red aces.
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4.-00 Garry Moort
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4 30 You Asked For It
1:00 Lift with Fether
S:30 Winky Dink
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7:00 Idretta Young -7:S0
1:00 Comedy Hour
1 30 Chane of a Lifetime
10 00 Kraft TV Theatre
115 In core! Climax.
1:00 Motorola TV Hour
140 Armef Foreci Hour
4 00 Encore
1:00 Dun runner
5 S0 Capt. Gallant
.1:00 Ncwi and Panorama
7:00 Life of Riley
7:30 Stage Show
S 00 Jackie Gleaton
, 1:00 Highway Patrol
I JO Thaff My Boy
10:00 Ceorga Gobel
10:30 Godfrey Hit Friends
11:05 Chevy Hour.
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NIXON MEETS THE INDIANS At Reno, Ney. Vice President and Mrs. Richard Nixon,who
areon 32-state campaign swing,-examine a tribal headdress given Nixon by the Nevada
India? Tribe, who madefhim honorary; "Chief Big, Lake." Looking on are Chief Thunder Thunder-lace
lace Thunder-lace and an Indian glrL T .,
Adlai Charges Eisenhower
Jold 'Only Half The Facts
Finance Minister Alfred Ale Ale-man
man Ale-man last night announced his re retirement
tirement retirement from politics to private
life as manager of the National
Brewery- ? .
Aleman, who carries the honor honorary
ary honorary title of major, was honored
last night at a retirement pany
attended fcy President Anas, Pre President
sident President elect Ernesto de la Guar-
dia Jr. Minister of Government
nnd Justice Alejandro Remon and
other government officials, in ad
dition to people from all walks of
, The outgoing Finance Minister
said that during his four years of
office the government's annual in
come had increased by more than
Jia.uou.ouo per annum. He said in
1952 when he was named to the
post by the late President- Jose
A. Remon, the annual income was
$3o,000,000. This year it is $50,000,
000 Aleman declared. l. r. ?
Aleman was praised in speeches
by Gilberto Sucre, o general ; ad administrator:
ministrator: administrator: of internal revenue,
and Samuel Lewis Galindo, presi president
dent president of the Panama City Council.
For his campaign against "tax
frauds and evasions during --his
term of office.' .... :
i " 1
Aleman succeeds th "PrpsifW
elect as manager of the brewery.
Mill li I I. 'I
7 the people know the truth imd the country u ieM Abraham Uncoln.
PANAMA, R. P, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 193S
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 .(UP)-'
I Adlai E. Stevenson packed ns
bags today for another campaign
, phapffine President Elf en-
. i. (nnlv half the facts a
kn th autlook for peace anon
VVMIl M-w ...f
(. tL r.-tniTa tie Presidential
t,nmin windinff UD a weeK. OI;
suXf pUnning here, motored to
; ...k..rhn silver Sonne. Md., last
: tA rpnlv sharolr to the pTes
ident'a Wednesday .night television
. .Slevenson aeeoswl the Prysl Prysl-,
, Prysl-, dnt of makin "misUading lm lm-lieatkm"
lieatkm" lm-lieatkm" when he talked ebwit
?56 New Polio
iln US Laft Week
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 (UP)-
The Public Health Servi c an announced
nounced announced today that 956 new polio
cases were reported last -week an
increase of 101 over the week be before
fore before and the highest weekly total
so far this year. ':"- v;; 1
But authorities said the jump
probably is not significant. They
; noted that the polio ; rate has
spurted briefly twice In the last
four years before falling Into
steady decline. vj. 'j
' Th weeklv totals had dropped
froia M3 for the week ended Aug.
25 to 887 as of Sep. 1 and 855 as of
The new cases last week boosted
the year's total so far to 10,726
rnmnared to 20.147 for the same
period In 1955. Of the total, 4,719
cases have been paralytic. This
compares with 6,864 paralytic
-. cases for this period last year,
"and dismissed curtly" two Ste Ste-'vn
'vn Ste-'vn ton proposals.
One was that the United States
exolore ways 'of halting hydrogen
bomb tests.., The other was that
this country consider whether the
military draft might be ended.
Stevenson told a crowd of about
3800 that when Mr. Eisenhower
called the H-bomb proposals
"theatrical national gesture" ,he
"indicted not only me bur church churchmen
men churchmen and political leaders the
world over . who have made
similar proposals."; r j
The Democratic nomine said
these leaders Included Pop Pius
XII, representatives of seme
pretestant churches, and ethers.
Aides said Stevenson might de devote
vote devote nart of today to screening a
few of the films he has made for
Red Ballet Cancels
London Tour Due
To Recent Incident
I Weather ; Or Not
Tills weather report, for the 24
i howt endinf 8 a.m. today, h pre-'
I pared by tKe Meteorological and
, Hydfograpkie Branch f the fan fan-,
, fan-, ama. Canal Company i. -
I r 1 BALBOA CRISTOBAL
RAIN (inchaa) .03
MOSCOW. Sent. 21 (UP) Rus
sia s famed uoshoi uauet saia to
day, it could not perform in Lon
don because of the recent incident
in which a Soviet woman Olympic
discus champion was accused Of
shoplifting in the British capital.
The declaration in a letter from
prima ballerina uauna uianova,
Director M. Chulaki and nine oth
er top members of the company
came only a week before it was
scheduled to fly to London for
sell out performance. ;i?
More than 54,000 persons had
bought tickets for London's Corn
vent Garden for the performance
that was to have begun two weeks
from now., Scenery Jor the;, ballet
aireaay ass arrived in London.
It was not clear whether the let
ter from miss Uianova constituted
a formal cancellation of the first
ever foreign tour of the Ballet
Company. But the letter occupied
the headline position in f the gov
ernment. newspaper Izvestia where
important government announce
ments are printed.
The letter reviewed mat the
Company -called a "provocation'
against discus champion M m e.
Nina Ponomareva who was arrest arrested
ed arrested in London three weeks ago on
charges she shoplifted five JO-ceot
hats from a department store.
The letter said they had request
ed the shoplifting "provocation"
be dropped but nothing had been
done and "under, these circum circumstances
stances circumstances the trip of the Bolshoi
Theater Ballet to London' cannot!
be realized." ; ,.
television use in his campaign. Al Also
so Also on- his program were brief ap
pearances late today at two party
The candidate will leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow on a nine-day plane trip cov
ering almost 7,000 miles. Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson was working today on the first
speec'. of that tour,- to be deliver
ed tomorrow at a plowing contest
in newton, wwa.
. Meanwhile, President E I s n n-newer
newer n-newer continued his personality
tour of the farm belt today, cam
paigning en the scene of a mam
moth agriculture shew a day a-
haad af Stavanon' 1'
The Chief Executive spent (the
night in i Boone, Iowa, the town
where nis wile was. corn 49 years
ago. He planned to set out by mo motor
tor motor today. for the National Field
Days, the Olympics of the farm
belt held outside Newton, Iowa.
f or nearly four hours. Mr. Ei
senhower will walk, talk and eat
with farmers and state -Republican
leaders. He will not make a
formal speech as such, but will
have some "remarks" ifor t h e
huge agricultural1 contests audi
ence..'.,. :..'.u. i.:.i;v;si.i.;,i':
From the site of the National
Field Days, formerly known as
the National Plowing Contest, Mr.
Eisenhower will drive to D e s
There he will ioin in a laree
GOP motorcade through part of!
th city, then' make another infor
mal talk to a group of GOP coun
ty chairmen and about 200 Iowa
weekly newspaper editors at the
Des Moines airport before taking
ou lor Washington.
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Impair Integration, lite Believes
WASHINGTON. Sept. 21 (UP), senhower two days ago to use his
rresiaent tisennower is convinc
ed a congressional investigation of
school integration here will "net
impair desegregation, in the na
tion's Capital, the White House
White House counsel Gerald D.
Morgan disclosed the President's
attitude in a telegram to a Negro
leader who had protested that the
Southern led inquiry by a House
subcommittee was a "scurrilous
attack' on Negroes. : .,y
; The subcommittee, headed bv
Rep. James C. Davis (D-Ga., has
heard testimony from District of
Columbia school officials that sex
delinquency has increased since
Negro and White students began
attending tne same classrooms. ;
" Some educators contended the
Integration program was carried
out too rapidly and was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by a drop in th scholas scholastic
tic scholastic achievement average.'
Eugene Davidson, president of
the local branch of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, asked Mr. EM
Red China Vanls US
To Drop Opposition
To Formosa Seizure
LONDON, Sent. 21 (UP) Red
China blamed the United States to
day for the failure of their long-
drawn-out Geneva talks, and indi indicated
cated indicated the Communists, will stand
firm in their determination to con conquer
quer conquer Formosa." -
A Hsin Hua (Communist) News
agency dispatch, suggested that
the United States drop its insist insistence
ence insistence on in agreement to renounce
force In the Formosa area the
issue which has dead-locked the
talks for llmonths and turn in instead
stead instead to means of eliminating
trade -barriers between the two
countries.'-? -; y-
Ambassador U. Alexis Johnson Johnson-US.
US. Johnson-US. Representative at the talks.
has steadfastly refused to discuss
the trade question untilt he Com
munists abandon their announced
intention to seize Formosa, last
stronghold of the Chinese Nation Nationalists.
alists. Nationalists. ' .-'' "'" ..'.'-'',- ':
The Reds reject the proposed no no-force
force no-force agreement as "an infringe infringement
ment infringement on the sovereignty of China.
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LONDON, Sept. 21 (UP) The
British Broadcasting Corp.. re
ported tonight that its weekly pro program
gram program "Any Questions" drew
twice as many inquiries on rock
n' roll as it did on Suez..
US Economic AicJ
To Japan Shoiild
TOKYO. ScoL W (UP) Sen
Allen J. Ellender (D-La) said yes
terday the U.S .economic aid mis
slon in Japan should "be1 with
drawn because "it is not needed
Ellender, woo favors a general
reduction in American aid to tlia
Far East, told reporters tnat ;'we
can spend that money elsewhere
where it is really needed.".
- He also said he hopes Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles i
not planning to pump more
American money inte -f Western
Europe to "cure pie Sues, ail ailment.".;"'"
ment.".;"'" ailment.".;"'" ;;;.'.. (-..
f We don't need to give them
money to make up the extra cost
of oil (in case it becomes neces necessary
sary necessary to ship oil around the Cape
of Good Mope),' tiiienaer .saia.
"Vhev would onlv have to in
crease oil prices slightly to make
up the difference.'
. The Senator saFd Japan and oth other
er other Asiatic beneficiaries of U.. S.
aid might as well, realize now as
later that America cannot go on
eiv ne forevef although he eon-
ceded that it may be imposslbl?
to reduce aid to the mDattien
Cuinese Nationalist regime
NEW PORT CAPTAIN Capt
Charles S. Hutchings, (above),
succeeds. Capt. -John Andrews,
Jr., U.S.N. as Captain of the
Port of CristobaL He is a native
of Texas and a graduate of the
V. S. Naval Academy at Anna
polis with the c.lass of 131. Ac Accompanied
companied Accompanied by his wife and 10-year-old
son, lie arrived in Cris Cristobal
tobal Cristobal this week from Norfold,
Va.t where he was commanding
officer of the attack cargo-ship
U.S.S. Oglethorpe. v
Retired PC Employe
Edvcrd Vcbi-nzn;' ;
Dios i'lh Pa:na :
- Edward Woodman, .retired
Panama Canal employe who r
sides la Panama city, died, ear
iy uus morning at Panama Hos Hospital.
pital. Hospital. He was 73 years old.
Mr. Woodman had been in the
hospital for about one week.
A native of Portage,; Wi., Mr.
Woodman was one of the old
timers .of .. the Canalorganiza
uon, navmg. started work dur
uig the conavruction period.
influence to halt the hearing.
He said the investigation was an
attempt "to reverse the splendid
progress of -desegregation in 5 the
nation's Capital.' ; : u A;
Clarence Mitchell: director of
the NAACP's Washington bureau,
has voiced similar complaints.
m rcpiyiins 10 vaviason s. leie-
grm, Morgan pointed out that
congressional hearings are "whol "wholly,
ly, "wholly, indenpendent of the executive
branch and are not subject to the
desires of the President."
Hewever, he taid Mr. Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower is "eonvinead that no
hea rings of th subcommjtt
can impair cither dsgraga--tion
in tha District f Columbia
r ih ged Sanaa citiiens f th
district have thwn -in their
' :'-"' '...;r '-X. -f'i '' r- V.'-
Kentucky National Guard
Stays In Sturgis, Clay;
He was first eniplyed as a ma
chinist by tne Isilimian Canal
Cmmlssion in July 1909, being
continuously; employed,; until
1914. He returned to the service
in 1915 when he was employed
as a crane ODerator in tne Me.
He left the service a serond
time in 1917, being reemployed
ithe following year. His service
from then until his retirement
in 1940 waas as overhead crane crane-man
man crane-man in the Balboa Shops.
Mr. Woodman la survived by
his daugnier, Mrs. George nl
Husted, of Cristobal; two sons,
James Allen and Benjamin v v.
at Woodman, of Panama; ana ten
Peps Urgss Peaceful
Ccnquesl Of Universe
At Science Congress
CASTEL GANDOLFO. Italy.
&epo. 2i (UP) j- pope plus
XII, in a speech made public to
day, urgea me world's rocket
scientists to press ahead with "a
peaceful conquest of the uni
- The 80-year-old Pope made
the Speech yesterday to some
400 delegates to the Seventh In International
ternational International Astronautical ; Con Congress
gress Congress who attended a special au audience.
dience. audience. The scientists were im
pressed with the pope's up-to-the-minute
the problems of space travel.
' The Lord God, wno placed in
man's heart an insatiable desire
to find, out things, did not in intend
tend intend to -nlace a limit to man
kind's efforts of conquest when
he said: 'Conquer the earth1
(Gen. 2:28)." PoDe Plus said.
"It ls the Tvhole of creation
which God entrusted to man mankind
kind mankind and which he offers to the
human spirit, In-order that he
should penetrate it ana may
thus understand ever, more fully
the infinite grandeur of his ere
ator," the Pope said.
BELGRADE, Sept. 21 (UP) -President
Tito entertainel visiting
Soviet Communist party chief Ni Ni-kita
kita Ni-kita S. Khrushchev with a hunting
trip today. ;
Informed sources said that
Khrushchev actually came here to
hunt closer relations between Yu-;
goslavia and Russia. f
Both nations continued ktheir of official
ficial official silence about the "private"
visit which started yesterday.
J Moscow radio earlier called it a
"vacation" although Khrushchev
just finished a vacation in Russia.
STURGIS, Ky Sept.; 21 (UP) -Kentucky
still garrisoned schools at Sturgi
and nearby Clay, Ky., today de
spite normal operation of the
schools on a ''.racially segregated
basis, and despite recommendation
for withdrawal of the troops by
their commanding officer.
Maj. Gen, J. J. ; B. Williams,
state adjutant general and com commander
mander commander of the 1100 troops, sent in into
to into this western Kentucky area by
Gov. A. B. Chandler when desegre desegregation
gation desegregation rioting broke out Sept. 6,
told It: Gov, Harry Lee' Water Water-field
field Water-field yesterday that the guards guardsmen
men guardsmen are not longer needed in the
Waterfield, acting governor
while Chandler is in Chicago, said
that "Gen. Williams' recommenda recommendations
tions recommendations have been received but there
are other factors involved. When
all the facts are received and as
sembled a decision' will be made.
Two factors appeared to be de-j
laying withdrawal of the troops.
One was absence of the gover governor.,
nor., governor., who is expected to return to
his office either Saturday or Mon
The other was the expected fil
ing of a suit by the National As
sociation for Advancement of Co Colored
lored Colored People in Federal district
court at Owensboro, Ky.,' seeking
an injunction in the Sturgis case.
- Negro- attorney James A. Crum-
lin of Louisville, state executive
IIsw Tnf;Tp SaVef
Five From Glscierl
Ellender, who was criticize!) '".- :: f -'
vociferously in South Korea wheni Memorial services will be held
he recommended', reauciion (r. v iu nan. aaonaay morning at
U. S. aid to that country, said he
"doesn't give snap" what' the
Koreans say about him,
Rock 'N Roll
LONDON, Sept. 21 (UP) Dr.
ucation officer for. the National
Association of Mixed Clubs and
Girl Clubs, today came to the de
fense of rock 'n' roll.
It is no more, dangerous than
the Charleston and "certainly not
as vu'gar as the Black Bottom,
she taid. .;;'. ''': :
Police have been plagued by
neat -riots at London showings of
the film "Rock At ou ad .ft
De. Brewer said the disorders
are caused by small groups of
hoodlums and not youngsters who
want to do "a little harmless
LONGYE ARB YEN, Sept. 21-(UPV-A
Norwegian rescue ex
pedition set out early today to re
new its efforts to find five scien
tists who. have been marooned for
more than a week on a glacier on
this strategic island.
Oficials here contradicted radio
reports that the scientists two Rus-:
sians, two Swedes and a Norwegian
had been picked up, in "fairly good
shape." v .... j ,t.r-'; -.They
blamed poor radio contact
and lacki of cooperation from the
Soviet survey ship for "the re
The rescue expedition headed by
Spitsbergen's governor returned
late last night after a fruitless -36-1
hour search to pick up provisions
tor a pew attempt.
-.ecreUry of the NAACP said he
irobably would seek both a perma perma-tent
tent perma-tent injunction ordering the Union
Colunty school board to begin in
iegration of schools, and a tempo temporary
rary temporary restraining order to prevent
itnooi oiuciais irom oamng eight
Negro pupils from Sturgis high
WASHINGTON, Sept, 21 --(UP)-President
Eisenhower praised Dr.
Omer Carmichael, Louisville, Ky.,
school superintendent, 1 yesterday
for setting an example of how ra racial
cial racial integration can be achieved in
the truly American way.,, ;;
The President called in the Ala-
Dama-Dorn educator for some
"advice" after hearing that Louis Louisville
ville Louisville schools had abolished segre segregation
gation segregation without, starring up the
trouble experienced in some other
southern cities. .,, ..r .-.
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Mr. Eisenhower, spent ; 45 mln
utes talkng over the integration
problem with Carmichael before
leaving on a politicial trip to the
Midwest. ''' r.v : ..
White House News Secretary
james v. Hageny, tow reporters
in Carmichael's presence that Mr.
Eisenhower had Said "Dr. Car
michael: xemplifies t h truly'
American way in which to carry
out tne Dasic principles tnat are
involved in this whole question."
The White House meeting was
arranged after Mr. Eisenhower
expressed admiration at a recent
news conference for Carmichael's
Work in guiding the integration of
wegro ana wnite schools m the
Kentucky city. .: ;
Carmichael said the Louisville
programs was "pitched on He
level of the observance of the
law" as set forth in the Suoreme
Court's -ruling that public school
segregation was unconstitutional.
This procedure "put on our side
a great many people who didn't
believe in the decision but be
lived the law had to be obser observed,"
ved," observed," he said.
manner of accampliihing deseg desegregation."
regation." desegregation." .
Meanwhile, a junior hieh school
principal told the subcommittee
that delinquency and sex prob problems,
lems, problems, including cases of girls be becoming
coming becoming pregnant, have increased
since the classrooms : were integrated.-
Wumer Bennett ormeinal of fh
Hine Junior High School, said he
euevea mtegrauon would have
succeeded better had it gone more
slowly. He hazarded a guess that
the program -will not be wholly
successful in the district for anoth another.
er. another. 5 to 10, years.
Bennett said there were 10 preg-.
nancies in his school last year as
against 2 or 3 the previous year.
Mrs. Fannie IC Dorsey, a Negro
principal who. has served 38 years
in the district school system, de-
cunea to oe orawn mto a compari- -son
of facilities and achievement
records before and after integra
tion. . ''-..
However, she said facilities at
New schools in the past were "ve "very
ry "very inadequate." -, ,:
IN CUSTODY. Theodore RiJ
covers his face as he leaves a
New York police station after
being taken Into custody in con connection
nection connection with -the acid blinding
of labor columnist Victor RieseL
Ri s believed to have, driven th
get-away car used in the attack.
tne uorgas Hospital cnapei.
Red China's Offer
To U.S Newsmen
Gets Ko Takers
uwu KONG Sept. 21 (UP)
An invitation- from
China to American newxmn tn
visit the mainland- expired yester yesterday
day yesterday with no takers.
No American Journalist was re reported
ported reported to have crossed into Com
munist China from Hong Kong.
visas granted 32 American
newsmen Ay the Peininc regime
stipulated they must enter China
by Sept. 20. .. ,;..,.
The China. Travel Service, whicn
nancies & all arrangements for
foreign visitors through the
Chinese-Hone Kong border. -said
they had not arranged for any
American newsmen to make the
trip thus far. ;
YOUNG AT HEART Reputed to be 167 years old, Javier Pe Pe-relra,
relra, Pe-relra, of Bogota, Colombia, proves he's young at heart as he
kisses stewardess Januita Wintermute upon his arrival in
New York. Perelra, who stands four feet, four inches tall,
and weighs 75 pounds, will spend the next two weeks at In
Cornell Medical Center in New York as a subject for scitnti scitnti-Xic
Xic scitnti-Xic study.
Frem SxilW Co.
Expect Lena Sfrilco
CHICAGO. Sent.' 21 (UP) Hooes
of some 25,000 woken for a quick
settlement of a nationwide strike
against Swift and Co, plants in 26
states were "wishful thinking," a
union spokesman said today.
Members of the United Packing
house Workers and Amalgamated
Meat Cutters and Butcher Work Workmen
men Workmen Unions struck against 39
plants of the meat-packing firm
yesterday to back demands for a
union shop and higher pay. I
, A Packinghouse Workers spokes spokesman
man spokesman said the strikers were not
"anticipating much progress" at
the scheduled Monday attempt of
the Federal Conciliation and Me
diation Service to bring about an
agreement. He added that the
"general attitude" of the workers
was that a "long strike" lay ahead
of them. j,; ', ;v'; ,v,,,
The first malar meat lnWrv
walkout in eight years started with
reports of minor violence here and
the arrest of 17 persons in scuffles
at gates surrounding the compa company's
ny's company's main south side yards. i
The unions sought a union shop
and a boost from their basie $1.69
hourly wage to around $1.82 an
hour like the steelworkers. Union
officials also charged the company
wanted to ehange sick benefits and
the daily 12-minut clothes-changing
US Ciays Russi:n -Exch:r.;3
Over Arctic Area
WASHINGTON; Sept 21-(UP)-The
United States has accepted a
Russian proposal for coordinated
flights over the Arctic during the
1957-58 international geophysical
The' State Department aid
yesterday that under the plan Rus
sian planes wiu lana at a u. o,
base in the Nome area of Alaska
and U.S. planes Will land at a Rus Russian
sian Russian base in the Murmansk area.
The flights will be a part of a
scientific project to determine th
movement of ice floating in the
The U. S. Committee, for the
International Geophysical: Year
proposed at a Stockholm confer conference
ence conference last May that flights conduct conducted
ed conducted by the two governments be co coordinated.
ordinated. coordinated. (Russia then proposed
alternate flights by Soviet and
American planes from Murmansk
to an. Alaskan base.
The U.S. pote proposed that the
3,100 mile flights be carried out
during the period of maximum
daylight, about March to September
The United States said it will make
further specific suggestions if Rus Russia
sia Russia accepts this proposal.
Gl In England
To Launch Replica
SCULTHORPE, England, Sept.
21 (UP) Reis Leming, of Top Top-penish,
penish, Top-penish, Wash.,- ar-ived here today
to launch a replica of the May-
tlower. - v, ,
Lemmg, who as a G L won the
George Medal for saving nearly
30 Britons in winter floods in 1953.
and his wile went to visit some
of the people he rescued and to
see -the church -in which they were
marrtd at Hustanton, Norfolk.
On Saturday he h avels to the
tiny port of Brixham to send
Mayflower H on her way to the
Umied States as a contribution
'to good will between Britain aci
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