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IlLgypi.To Seek Censure
Teacher Fears Firing For
Testimony On Integration
' ; WASHINGTON, Sept. (UP)-:
- A fifth grade teacher testified to to-'
' to-' tav that she was reluctant to
; speak frankly in public about eon'
rlitinn in the 'capital's racially-in
tegrated public schools for fear of
being fired. -.
Mr. .Mary A. Seath cited a rec
ommendation. made three dayi
i hv Neero member of the
Board of Education that school au
thorities reexamine for compe-
. 'tency'" school principals who testi testified
fied testified list; week.
Mrs. Seath was asked by" the
House Subcommittee investigating
the school system; here whether
she regarded that as veiled
"I tike my ab" she said
"I'm a temporary teacher and
could be fired at any time."
. She said she was "a little re reluctant"
luctant" reluctant" to repeat in public some
of the things she 'said previously
in private to subcommittee inves-4
tigators about conditions that have
developed since school integration
two years ago. She bad under understood
stood understood everything she said was. to
be kept private. . v -Mrs.
Seath did say that she was
required to, use a first grade pri pri-.
. pri-. mer at the beginning of last year's
school term I teaching 12 of the
- Negro children in her fifth grade
class at Emory School. .
., She said one did not know the
alphabet, some eoundn't add, and
, one Negro with an intelligence
, quotient of 120 (far above normal)
had "great difficulty reading and
,". This jibea" with' previous testimo testimo--
- testimo-- n; that Negroes coming into while
schools siom previously segregate
ed classes had not been adequate-
r ly prepared to do t..e work.
J" But Mrs. Sealh denied that she
"had told- invei "iters that the
. District of Columbia public schools
could not be held up as a "model"
to other communities considering
school integration: She also, denied
that she had expressed fear that
she .would have a nervous break breakdown
down breakdown as a result of conditions in
" her integrated class.
'I hop you don't ftt fired,"
tubcommittte counsel William
Cerber told Mrs. Seath as she
- left the witness stand. ;
, "If I do, I'll be back," she said.
" The subcommittee, dominated
yb Southern pro segregationists,
has promised to protect testifying
teach against "intimidation." It
got assurance yesterday from
. (school Superintendent Hobart M
... turning mat mere woum De "no
reprisals for any testimony given
by school teachers.
The subcommittee's .Southern
majority defended Gerber against
coarge wai ne is running an
unfair hearing. A Northern Demo
crat, Rep. Roy Wier (Minn.), de-
yi,'' official good,i.l
d. He said Gerber is mali i?7' Ld lt 1tceivd f'vue
ing a ""disgraceful' attempt yt
: integration nere.
Njw listings for the 1957 edition
of the Panama Company's tele telephone
phone telephone directory should be submit submitted
ted submitted in duplicate to the chief of the
Communication Branch of the El
- ectrical Division, Balboa Heights
no l?ter than Oct 10, it has been
announced by the Electrical Divi-
Listings will be charged for at
the rate of $1.50 each. Any inqui inquiries
ries inquiries regarding listings should be
referred to the. Telephone Direc I
.tory .Clerk, telephone 2-2345.
National Dog Week Opens
Experts Lecture On Fido's
ntff YORK (UP)-Dog own 'in. If your do walk in ...hmi i.ir i.im i k-t u i. wooa tree teed, him some dog dog-ersi
ersi dog-ersi Doe. your dog wake uo hlnlZ toSkT t SSSS' ta? .b'.. "I teB him the. great
every mornins feelinc thaf th
world is solnc to the cat? W.
he does! ""ts? Sure
i mis is uoz weeic. ineer nirn
Does he complain that
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There's only one thine tn An
Stretch him out on a couch and
a couch and
let him talk out
When he's throueh.
him what great people dogs really
r,.. u.v ..,pal.thL1,v' h,; cat-eared?"
luring -the ...ndrpubnrabr
the psycholoeical hazards Firfn
psycnoiogicai: nazards .iido
faces. They av hm r. ...ff-V, :
ney say ne can sutrerj
u iS oi meniai ins,
VAT T ITT A MT Cnf 9 TTP
A powerful British naval squad
ron, including tow aircraft cr-
riers, left this mediterranean build buildup
up buildup base today for an undisclosed
The, carriers were the fleet air aircraft
craft aircraft carrier Eagle and the sraal
ler carrier Bulwark.
(In London, the British Admira
lty refused to add to the brief
Malta dispatch which was filed
through voluntary censorship.
The 36,800-ton Eagle, capable of
carrying so to 110 planes, is a kev
unit of the British Mediterranean
(The 22.000-ton Bulwark is 'one
of the home fleet ships that sped
to tne Middle East as part of the
Anglo-Fench' Suez buildup.
(No information was available
on the size, number or identity
of the other ships in the movement
Britain has built op a sizeable flee
or cruisers, destroyers.
craft and other : war vessels at
The admiralty said securitv re
gulations prevented disclosure of
3,uuu on tne project, bid5 for
.Correspondents, on Malta are, which were opened : yesterday
barred from filing detail of mili-imnrrirtg In the Administration
tary and nays! jnoverr ovt wi:Uyut:E;ii..-or at f'-ilica Kciehis
Hi -or fit-sianee. -
.u.imu ikuuci i.i iMuuun mum
me juuveiiieni woiua include sea
maneuvers en route to the undis undisclosed
closed undisclosed destination..
They said the squadron's orders
"visits to two Mediterranean ports.
Officials said the names of these
ports could not be disclosed until
tne snips reach them.
To Drc? S!:."!:;;;:3 ;
Gogs A;::n$l 1:23
LONDON, (UP) -Russia has
launched what appears to be a
new attempt to persuade Bnta:n
to drop shoplifting charges against
Soviet discus star Nina Pronoinar Pronoinar-eva,
eva, Pronoinar-eva, it was announced today. :
A spokesman for th Britixh
telegram from ; the Russian s cul-
ture ministry asking It to do'somcl
ung to maxe it possible for the
Boisnot Ballet to appear in London,
Members of the dance troupe
wrote io tne Moscow government
wan wvesiia last week,, saying
in enrci mat uiev con rt nnt im.
aenaice tneir scheduled British
tour wmie charges were Benriintf
ag-wut ine neny, woman athlete.
- Miss ponomareva. here to taks
part in a track meet, was arrested
eany mis month on charpo f
trying to steal hats from a London
snop. &ne nas not been seen since.
Lord Waverly. backer nf the
Royal Opera House which Stands
to lose $112,000 if the Bolshoi
troupe does not perform herd
also appealed to British authori authorities
ties authorities today to trv 'to straishtj. mil
w i v t
Oh come off ft You i look as
va a uii. ueriei-
KglTbywini bim SrHlk Wmto r.lt Vni1 dr"d.'ul ,torm
. 1 :r "J A ;ecau .wna fino mowing, and the knight went
"kTsh '1 mBl..nf has.
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ter of fact, dogtrot over-to the
dictionary and take
a look at the!
oiiow mm wnere it says "The
m?? mtelligentithe world knows tte dffieren Wte7
ra.n, f.n..'... .r"
rascally fellow-as. slv
Remind him that big men in
in-line government have evuked such
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CAIRO, Sept. 25 (UP) Egypt
win as, tne security council to
pass a motion of censure again;
Britain and Franca for their "hos "hostile"
tile" "hostile" anti-Egyptian acts in the
Suez dispute, informed sources
Egypt last night called for a Sr
curty Council debate on Anglo-
irencn ''actions against Egypt
wmcn pose a inreat to internation international
al international peace."
. .GamalAelNassa'srese etaoin
This was President Oamal Ab
del Nasser's answer to Britain
and France referring the S w e x
issue to the Council.
The JEgyptian move is intended
to defeat any attempt by the Wst
to obtain security council backing
iyi luiiuemuauun oi r-gypuaa na
uonniizauon of the CanaL said the
sources. 1 t
They said Nasser' rasn-Pmhi.
Wy to be given by foreign minister
wanmoud rawuwm be baaed nn
iwo main points;' complete rejec rejection
tion rejection of the -western stand that the
nationalization was unlawful, and
a ctaira mat "vindictive" west
measures taken against E B vot
jwsc a wucM oi violence to tne
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Middle East and to th entire
Dbz And Guzrdsa
lev tillit Fcr
LI. Gdy's I!:u$c
The contracting firm of Roge Roge-llo
llo Roge-llo Diaj and Gilberto- Ouardia
entered a low bid or 4 nsn fnr
the construction of the new of-
ficlal residence for the Lieuten
ant Governor, of the .canal
Four other contractors made
offers ranging from $47,680 to
' T'.-.r.i for tfc Y"-. v t v,
win te iJCaU J Oa tit.
on a site formerly occupied
the residence of the Chief
Heaitn uincer. were drawn uo
by the Roberts and Company As
sociates or Atlanta, Georgia.
The specifications call for the
construction of a one-story,
tnree-Dearoom nouse oi mason
ry construction with a large living-dining
room facing on an
CsYcrncr To H:!d
2nd Town I!;;!:n3
hz:mi A! D::!:!3
' ? it - -'
The second public community
conference to be held by Gov W.E.
Poster with representatives of the
civic councils. in the United Mates
communites in the Canal Zone,
is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in the second floor of the
Diablo Heights Service Center.
The monthly meetings which the
public is. invited to attend are be being
ing being alternated between the Atlantic
anuPacmc sides or the Isthmus
The first, held by Governor Pot
ter last month at the Margarita
Service "Center, stimulated much
A number of subjects of special
interest are listed i morrows a a-genda
genda a-genda for discussion.' They include
rfoposen "one time fund raisJ
ing campaign in the Canal Zone;
reduced schedules at the Cristo
bal and Diablo Heights Theaters;
insulation oi nag poles; swim
ming facilities for Margarita;
motorcycle parking spaces at Mar
garita; widening of Gailiard High
way at los iiios; nour daily test testing
ing testing of siren system; housing as assignment
signment assignment policy: and oar kins
facilities on Tavernilla Street in
Balboa. - -
With Accent On Neuroses;
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'f"0 aeuci0.u flru named for
hm namely, dog days, the dog
star. nii&prRi. inn a nnAi.nma
(For the non-cognoscenti, the dic-
uonary says a doe's nose is i
Ton Ana: What ri nr ,Kn
they live hieh? Put nn
or join the doggy set
Point out that. thank in V,m
"..f!"' I".",DC e i we
vip h, the dictionary says, means
Hang; drat; darn." v
in, I -
President Anosfosio Somoza has maintained a slight
improvement described in a bulletin issued ofternoon
vsorgas nospirai announcement said today. j
, : Reflexes on his left side, which were absent 24 hours
ago, are now normally active.
The wounded Nicaraguan Chief Executive's fever is
higher today. His temperature is 102.8. Doctors said. how.
ever, that some fever is a good sign in a medical situation
of this type, since the body must dispose of many toxins.
Today's bulletin was the sec
ond favorable report since yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning's statement that
unexpected complications had
arisen in the President's post-i
He underwent surgery Sunday
afternoon at porgas for the re
movai of two bullets iand for
mu'Mple. wounds sr-tained last
I via ny -w hen he w&s r,.t by a
you)d-b assasaia-g'inr.re. The
attack on somoza occurred at a
nanty la, Leon; Nicaragua.
This morninr'g statement
said the 60-year-old Presi President's
dent's President's respirations are still lr lr-regalar,
regalar, lr-regalar, but aeration la be'ng
adequately maintained by the
administration of oxygen Into
thd trachea (windpipe).
, The, ijatlent : is being given
nourishment and fluids intra intravenously,
venously, intravenously, and he has manifested
some improvement m nis reac reaction
tion reaction from the anesthesia, the
His heart and kidneys are
functioning well. A complete
blood count and pertinent blood-
chemistry investigations show
The patient's blood pressure Is
150 over 88: his nulse is 128: and
his temperature 102.8.
Questioned about the rise in
fever compared with yesterday,
Col. Charles O. Bruce, canal
Zone Health Director, said the
presence of certain amount of
fever shows the body is lighting
to throw, off toxins. :
It was noted that If body tem temperature
perature temperature stayed too low it would
be cause for worry.
' Another doctor quoted the
medical adage: "Fever is the
Yesterday afternoon's bulletin
said the President's general con
dition remained tne same as a
was yesterday morning with the
exception oi tne lact were naa
been some reflexes in his left
arm and left legs. Specifically
there was a return of knee and
other reflexes which constituted
definite Improvement in con contrast
trast contrast to the Daralvsie existing in
To a Question as to whether
tne patient had an embolism,
Bruce said there was no evidence
The hosnital confirmed yes
terday that he had been given
Then take him. out under a dog-'
wood tree, feed, him some dog-
atory of days of old when knights
were bold and one of them set out
on a dragon slaying expedition
and had his horse drop dead un under
der under him of a coronary horsemo-
bumbling and flanking .-'afoot
inrousn fen and weir untfl-lurkv
fellow-he came across a tremen
dous dog, nearly' as big as a
horse. He got on the dog and
rode into the night, but the storm
eot so bad they bad to seek shel-
They pounded on castle gate,
Deggeo shelter, snd Heard
wouldn't turn away a knight on a1
dog like thla.
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more than one blood
But the call for Type O"
blood made by th hosnital was
not made specifically for Presi-
aeni eomoza, tne hospital said.
They had another surgical pa.
tient who was going to need thij
type also; hence they wanted to
ma ice sure tneir supply would be
anemia! -- -T.1 j
Tj' f f , ' vl
" Replying to newsman's
- question, a Gorjas doctor said
"yes," when asked whether it
ktould be said the Nicaraguan
waa m maracuious escape,
i Using a large chart drawn on
a blackboard in chalk by Dr.
Marun piaut. an intern. Dr. B.
L. Willett v said possibly any
slight deviation by one bullet
might have t damaged a vital
Bullet No. 1 entered the del
toid muscle of the upper right
arm. hit a rib. went throueh the
shoulder breaking the- skin
and finally lodged In the pa patient'
tient' patient' back. It Is now located
just under the skin, between the
skin and the sixth thoracic ver vertebrae,
tebrae, vertebrae, presently it Is doing no
harm, but will eventually be re
Bullet No. 3 went all the wav
thronffh t.h vtirhf fnraim
shattering the ulna bona bui l
nitung no vital nerve or artery.
ouiiet no. a entered the rieht
side an inch br two In front of
the middle line of the bodv and
an inch above waist.
Followinst what doctors term
the facile Diane of the muscles
it described a slight are around
the pelvis avoiding the peri peritoneal
toneal peritoneal cavity, it came to rest in
tne corta equina which can be
described as a ramification of
nerves which fan out from the
spinal cord. : When this bullet
was removed, It relieved the
pain in the patient's leg.
Bullet No. 4 entered the imner
right thigh, it spared the femo femoral,
ral, femoral, or major leg artery; also the
femoral vein and nerve.
Yesterday afternoon it was
announced that the medical
team which came from Walter
Reed Hospital at President Els Elsenhower's
enhower's Elsenhower's instructions had no
plans for returning ito Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. i
Rock n Rolls Sell
Out Of Sccisl SvL-n
LONDON, Sept. U (UP)
aociame Anmony M o y n 1 h a n
rocked 'n rolled himself out of the
British social swim today with an
assist from the police.
The 20-year-old son of Lord
Moynihan threw a rock 'n roll
party at his Victoria flat as a
"last fling" before leaving for
Australia to become a unpen
More than 100 debutantes and
their escorts, including members
of 'Princess Margaret'a set," let
their hair down to the rock n roll
rhythms of a calypso orchestra.
When bottles began to sail out
the windows, somebody called the
The police broke up the party
and took the- names of all the
Royces and Jaguars on the wrong
side of the street,
7 f r.r..-.
Into Heavy Rains
Of f Southern Gulf
ALBANY. Ga.. Sent. 5!U-(irP)
Hurricane Flossy whose migh migh-ty
ty migh-ty winds caused at least eight
deaiths, including a mother and
ner inree cnuaren, on a ram rampage
page rampage out of the gulf subsided to today
day today Into drenching- and needed
The soppinar storm broueht an
end to a drought in sections of
South Alabam aand Georgia.
v as ajn. tne remnants or
the once-killing howler were
located In extreme southwest
Ceorgia lust west of Albany,
moving In a direction between
northeast and east northeast
at 10 miles an hour.
' As the hurricane slashed1 In.
land near 'Panama City. Fla,
last night two jelta were rammed
together hy the turbulent winds.
As one spun to earth lt hit a
home and killed an expectant
mowier, ana ner wiree ehlldren.
Theweather .Bureau said
aiorm warnings remained nn
cbsi, oi ni, Marrs, Fia., to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and along the Atlantic from
Brunswick, Ga...tO Wilmington.
N.C. .... J.
down Ul SO mllpi an Kn... ow
the north and. eas$ of the now now-extra
extra now-extra tropical storm winds were
up to 25 to 35 miles an hour for
3U0 to 350 miles.
Heavy rains were forecast for
Local 03 Say$
They VA!I Kcet'l
Vilh Gov. Potter
A spokesman for TVat uon sir.
SCME, AFL;iO announced, today
that union officials are shcheduled
to confer with Canal Zone Gov. W.
.. rotter at 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
union oiticiais will raise a num.
oer of issues with the Governor,
including an across-the -board
wage boost and an adjustment of
me present hon-U.S. citizen grade grade-classification
classification grade-classification system. i
The spokesman also declared
meeting will be held
row night at 7 in the Paraiso1
Service Center for employes and
uiuuk u juiv mc.
THE BULLET THAT REMAINED Dr. Bernard L. Wlllott, acting chief of the surgical service
at Oorgas Hospital, points out to newsmen the pasitlon of the first bullet, which entered
the fleshy of Nicaraguan President Somoza at the. top of the right arm on the side, went
through the muscle behind the main arteries, veins and nerves, entered the chest, fractured
a rib, lacerated the lung and came to rest between the skin and the sixth thoraxic vertebra,
(the fleshy part of the back). Somoza was hit by four bullets from a .38 caliber gun. Thre
bullets were extracted. Doctors did. not feel that there -was any immediate need to remove
bullet No. 1 for the time being, although it. m ay be taken out at some other time. Diagram?
n the blackboard, drawn by a Gorgas .inter v Dr- Martin, Plaui,
the day In East Alabama
gla and South Carolina
ing into North Carolina, during
ujr. mose areas should
waltch fornossible local flood
condiUonsr the w e a t hermen
w cuicjgca wuii injur-jr.
ws rrom the wrecked. dwelling
but the other plane disappeared
with Its pilot A search party set
out from Tyndall for the crash
scene a short distance north of
" Authorities a 1 1 e m p ted a
beach rescue In the wake of
the storm near Panama City
to remove two men from the
Navy Experimental Mine De Defense
fense Defense Laboratory barge which
hove into sight of land after
being missing- In the Gulf of
Mexico throughout the storm.
; s Three other persons were dead
at sea and an estimated 50 were
reported still unaccounted for
along Flossy's 250-mile coastal
wake from the Mississippi Delta.
Most tt, those unheard irom
were men who Tode out the
storm,- on offshore oil drlllins:
raia .ntjMCiii,-. '.tiro-
Since- hitting land, early yes
icraay Mossy naa ariven un-
'wards of 10,000 persons from
tneir homes, mostly in the heav heavily
ily heavily flooded -delta area south of
New oneans., ;
The 0". Weather Bureau
Miami in a 3 a.m.. bulletin re.
Eorted.the center of the-dying
urricane, first tropical storm to
hit the U.S. mainland In 1958,
near Dothan, Ala., its top winds
reduced to about 80 miles per
TURIN. Italy fUP Tli
"smallest couple in the world"!
are expecting a child, their sec
ond. .The narents are Viffnrin
tomof-iSoadv who is t feet, a Wh... tn
and his wife. Maria, whn is tmnl
inches taller. They have a 4.-year.;the first time he has'demanded
oiu sun aimosL as ian as tnev.
-. v. ' ; v'
Sept 25 (UP Sharp bursts of
gunfire broke the tense stillness
along Israel's frontier with Egypt
and Jordan last night and early
Israeli authorities said machine
gun fire from the old citv of i
Jerusalem riddled the a b u t o r
Muaner oi uie wewisn sector, ro
casualties were reported. ;
' One Israeli soldier was wounded
in an exchange of gunfire between
an Israeli patroHand an Egyp Egyp-lis
lis Egyp-lis and wounding three others
. ine two incidents followed.- a
series of shooting affraya which
reflected mounting- border tninn
during the past two days. Thev
surted Sunday whea machine gun
bullets;, were firedinto a group, of
archelogists, .kiUing three Israe Israelis
lis Israelis and wounding thre other.
Jordan claimed the bullets were
fired, by an Arab soldier who ran
berserk,, but eyewitnesses to 1 d
Israeli fruthorites they saw two
Arab Legion machine guns after
the party was fired upon.
A Jewish woman was. killed
ye.rday and Israel accused
Jordan of kidnanninv nna trartnv
driver and woundine
an incident near a farm at Kant
Hayim m the Eeisan area of the
v The Isreali Jordan mixed Arn
istice Commission yesterday up.
ported for invading Israeli tcr
ritory and kiUing three guards
OUJDA, Morocco, SeptfTs-i.
(UP) Sultan Sidl Mohammed
Ben. Youssef f the ('former
French protectorate of Moroe
co demanded "liberty" today
for the neighboring Frenta ;
territory of Algeria.
The Sultan has frequently
mentioned hia "sympathies'
with the "aspirations'' of Alf e- 1
ria's 9,000,000 Moslems, manr
of whom are In open rebeil'on
against the French, but it raa
nnertv" fnr tk.
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the valves of your heart to see those men In action. What I
mean is. you would have said: "With jien like this around. Uie
'country is Indeed-safe." It was thrilling I tell you man, to
witch theirw . v ;-J;
It wis too, simply tao thrilling to watch coolly, and how
many mow times -exciiing it jnust-have been to actually partial-
rte In luch an activity, '.'Strong medicine," as our Indian
"forefathers said (If you had an Indian forefather, that Is; nd
ifj not, whatever it was they may have said under similar cir-
. cumstances.) '. :' -- '.J
There were about eight of them in six cars. They had a
little promontory of land surrounded just before arriving at tue
f tii Kobbe quarry. There was a pack of dogs also and an as assorted
sorted assorted collection of high powered shotguns and other weapons.
They were crouched down peering into the Jungle, their breaths
bated .and, how the bait smelled) dressed Hke honest-to-gooa-
ess Jungle men.' You could'tell they were Jungle men by the
wfcy they1 Jungleff or was it Jingled? Why, their very clothes
and guns,-yeah,, verily evenunto their attitude stamped them
off as a race apart. (And a good thing, too.)
t And there they stood, patient, wary, quivering and drooang
ai they exerted their every effort to retain their courage anu
' strength ia the face of their deadly antagonist this mortal
; enemy they Jiad at bay, this-fierce denizen of the i wild, this
terror of Fort pbbe, this demon, this fiend. Ah, we thank Uue,
Lord, to place our safety and the future of our race, our very
heritage, a the hearts and the hands of men like these.
And then, after' hours of tense, excrutiatlng agony, their
l ( quarry appeared, leaping at them with slavering jaws, maniacal
eyes, chomping fangs. A sight to make the stoutest heart mm&
' a beat or. two, a sight to strike terror Into the breasts of any
. man but men like these. Did these men blanch? Did they run
screeming, did they seek shelter, did they cry out, did they
? wring their hands? ..... -. ,. '- ;
- Nay. a thousand times nay and even neigh. Manfully tney
stood their ground, courageously they bared their respective
breasts to the enemy, valiantly they raised puny weapons and
one, hallowed be his name, one mightier then the rest, his eyes
i gleaming witii a holy light, pulled the trigger.
"Blam. Or is it "Kablam." I forget. Anyway, it was a sound
that brought Joy to every eye and a paeon of victory to every
lip there. For this they live.., each, week, each holy day, they
hte themselves off into" the bitter Jungle to match their cour courage
age courage against the fierce denizens of the wild.,- What men,. waat
si-ength, what courage. I repeat, what, men? Yes, men. Hon Hon-'
' Hon-' eat-to-goodnessgracious men. Real men. 'He men. Even, some
; of them, he-haw men. And that is a man indeed... adult, rca rca-'
' rca-' ture, mentally and emotionally developed, proud of his heritage,
p"oud of his strength, proud of his courage, proud of himself.
Wiiat a man's man.
J And their game? A huge, fierce doe, a female deer. Preg Preg-?
? Preg-? nttnt no doubt, and when in such a condition, extremely dan
serous. r t
v-nau, hunters, i saiuie incpan ....... .K,,
CASE OF THE PETRIFIED PORKER A Utile pull, some
sturdy push and av tight handhold about the ears will move
any little piggie. That's how it was with the nervous pig,
above, frightened by the floodwaters surging through Giflitz,
Germany. The townspeople Anally got him to a safe place.
The sudden flood hit the Eder River valley town after a
1,4 Wife of list
1 For fear that
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' M On prince
, the senses : Cravat
: SO Ocean vessel 21 War god
II Anger 23 Venerate
14 father 24 Port
wu a banker 2S Ice cream
! 2$ Regulates
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41 Fish eggs
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JM I I l l I I I I y
i By VICTOR RIESEL
Many a campaign manager has
unaeresumaiea me pOilUCU lm
Dor t a nee nf runnins watr Invala
a couch and getting his candidate
to sleep; early during electioneer electioneering
ing electioneering days. I'm mighty serious in
Offerine this ohsprvatinn Th 1
bor strategists are, too. For all
mis is pan oi weir political action
manual .with which they' hope to
iuk Aiuuse aua capture ion-
An fxaminatirtm nf this nnTt;.'.i
action manual," a sort of log book
iur uio pouucai wars, reveals we
are now nffinialli) In Ih. "n
hons" phase of labor's presiden presidential
tial presidential campaign. We have been in
since Sept. 15. On Oct. 1, labor's
FiTOut caieis, ii wey take this
shift into slightly higher gear and
into what th A Fibrin
------- wjn miLLCC
on Political Education XCOPE) re-
t nome airetcn."
Then' mi Mi in 4hpk i:
AS. uMa JMO-uie "Guns Go
iiuase on me 23rd. Finally
"Up And At 'Em" on Oct. 30.
Never hli nn frifriV.! mnA 4.
tailed political' stratagem been
prepared.. About the only natural
Phenomenon left nut h-
Pfoach to the voters is Mickey
- . vyiiuuj, ii km una sirai sirai-esv
esv sirai-esv labor'a nnlifio.l ij... i
to show that as Maine goes so
suca uio nauon ior Adial Steven-
euu nu some per cent of the
In thAniitllni fni. Ktil. ii.- i.
horites have; come up with some
""mjr lascmaung pnenomena
suggestions' for the use of seed
PackaeCS. IIV rinnVev. k.K..
tures and the most tender care of
canmaaies. mis has gotten far be beyond
yond beyond Just trailers dispensing free
tea and rnffoa nA nniiii..r l.
d fvuubu uuia
oeuvresj The strength and psy-
j ...... r w ujn uvuimeo is
uiueea waicnea over.
. . In aHHillnn nmV.
jui cauuiaaw .is- constsnUy on
v auu wiu appreciate a
ance ? wash up or rest in his
Office. If vnn oa!K1 J
VA- . j"ui j tao,. give
him a couch and an 'office with
Ann In rn tnoltMittiAM. .l.i
NEjvtuvuvui iur uiii
DflBse rnmir.tr .f KtA.. um..
Day labor's workers in the po-
7.A "cjrara re advised in the
"Guns Go Off" ... 'rl7 il:
candidate tod mly
The lahnr alrsla.!.. t
meton ernpA k. v.i:.k i .r.
manual, which is as tarefully pro propped
pped propped as a baby's formula. That
labor must stay close, to each can candidate
didate candidate right tnrough thij 'tfrneU 'tfrneU-bl
bl 'tfrneU-bl or example:
"Even if vniie Ksniti.i.1.
runs thB ... nt ir iJL 3
.u i T vamiiaigD, you
should be represented on the cin
k..su kuuiiniuea ana delegate one
member of your COPE committee
ii s.,ay c ?e to candidate at
oUmUmm." "yj poliUca, high
. .... M.Mxvaa
if if u tf.. i..n. .'
i, vnjr cieuuon, mis
cit cope. If it is a congressional
e c?"8relonal district COPE
Si." Ji IV 10 ssist the candi candi-"."i
"."i candi-"."i t0 t the COPE
Jot fir'thenT'' 00 ,0od
i.f"di!!if m this
h.i s UQ' WIUJe he is
hn cLre,f0T nd ni 'trength
rni51.6"1 Jtot 1 mcn Prepar Preparing
ing Preparing to hif Uie streets with P"o-
a.d J8""' unprecedented
ton were est
K In this "Operations" phase la la-hmJ?.
hmJ?. la-hmJ?. LS861 precinct captioni
w ii ji fwincis into regions
ftP". "P.inct units, obtab?:
ing V0tersrlists. starting flii"-.
canvassing and marking fie b g
apartment houses in which Tell
ter Of Vntaa
r," -" vu ins pujCKed.
cfee!. en, "The Hom-e
fc. S ., lln 11 come the s gnal
LC?nUn ches, instructing
soapboxers, mm no ... i.
rtarting of" pVcUc. se'ssiSn. "de!
VelODinff aniiM t..b '.
lies,, caravsns ami
.,.--" r a aian going
out And then, of course, "The
dr,SAG 0ffr w1here the door-to-f.hon
brigades start dialing and
. tol" to W to
Durinr "TTn in it t
caravans anH k; eik. -L.
- ai- T etuics iJiKe
FvvK.q .ic io see that
are noi stolen. They
r; ,7. TIIU,n. a victory pi
scheduled for the night of
You Should Have
No Tears For Sampson AFB
.By BOB RUARK ; i
I find it difficult to weep over,
the fact that the bampson Air
Force base at Geneva.- N.Y.. is
closing down, and the township is
already shopping around for in
dustries to overcome the unem unemployment
ployment unemployment resulting from the olos-
tea A at tKak K ai arak ark 1a1b nnaa nm'
bered 21,000 bodies, including 5,000
military and civilian personnel.
You may ask any military man.
and especially his wife, the rea reason
son reason for my absence of tears, and
get an answer sort of similar to
what Ira saying. The answers
would be especially profane from
the Stateside trainees during the
recent unpleasantness known as
world war Ii, when we undertook
to' shove about 12 million persons
We will accent the nossibilitv
that the good citizens of Geneva.
N.Y.. did not gouge the personnel
at Sampson AF-Base, but it seenu
highly unlikely some of then?
weren i guilty. ;
Let us take as a hypothetical
example Fort Desperate, situated
outside of Itching Palm, S C. It
used to he staffed chiefly by the
captain's dog and a cook. But all
of a Sudden the politicians talked
with the military, and somehow
the real estate hustlers get wind,
and what once used to be a beer-and-hambura
metropolis is a
thriving city, because an infantry
division .ana supporting units nave
Just moved in.
The mayor makes a resounding
speech about welcoming the
TELE-RAD'S expsM JU wwks. ;
Our TV Service
...... ..a.-. 3 tv.-''-.::.
as LATE as
7 iD&ZSA OL .A
Seen the Politician
"boys," and the good citizens get:
cracking on the welcome, i i
First off, any malarial swamp
handy gets sold at fantastic, fig figures
ures figures so the personnel may be kept
active by the mosquitoes. The
word spreads that the millennium
has arrived, and all the; members
of the Juke, Kallikak and Jeeter
Lester families quit eating .clay
and coma to town to leech, onto
the snckers."-"-'!"."-''"" j;.rm,Y :." i
Industries start in hog-wallows,
snd the three-shift -sleeping ar arrangements
rangements arrangements commence in board'
ing houses which used to ,be so
untenanted that tha bedbugs were
reduced to dining off each other.
, The local Greek restaurant-owner
iuprates" his ptomaine-inducing
tabte. 4'hote from 50 cents to two
ducks, a lumDie-oown snacx u-ai
stands unrented at 330 a month
suddently commands 3200 and up
as the officer personnel and fam
ilies straeele In.
The local laundry, which has
been starving, now asks half a
buck, to ruin a shirt,' and you got
to book an advance engagement
with, the dry-cleaner, who ls
please' to completely wrech a uni uniform
form uniform for three bucks if you give
him a month to see that tha hy hydrochloric
drochloric hydrochloric acid has sufficient time
to replace moths. , :
Odd and wonderful brews of al
cohol emerge for after-hours sale.
The. local hacker doubles his rates
snd winds up with a fleet of cabs
The greasy-spoon owner who deal
in 60 meals a dsy now becomes
-' -r i
' "H" Ii DARIEN SIS.
That Got Away
rude for your temerity In wanting
to pay three "bucks for a. steak
that is not conf ected of tennis
shoes. "i.; .. '
This sets the' general mood for
the welcome to the Vbovs" -and
their desperate dependents. Bitter
complaints (as in Norfolk," Va7
"uogs and sailors keep off the
grass") become fashionable for
people who can't read comics open
bank- accounts.- -r r. .,- ;
J- There -is. one- way: to reduce
prices, which is to put the lip-joints-
off limits and set a mini
mum for housing. But unfortunate unfortunately
ly unfortunately neither is really enforceable,
due to the black market and. des
t i 1
Joyce Mason, daughter of
Air. ana Mrs. kov mason of pan
am aCity, became the bride of
Lloyd B. O'Meally, son of Mr.
and Mrs. a. B. O'Meally, also of
Panama city, at St Paul's
Church last Saturday morning
at 6 o'clock.' J .; ,.,. ..,...,...
'. Following the ceremony, a re reception
ception reception was held at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan A. King' of
R'" Abajo. v. ; i, ,.4
Guests included the parents
of 'the couple. Mrs. D. Clark, Miss
Cary O'Meally, Miss Merle Bai Bailey,
ley, Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Bowen,
Mrs. Myrtl Price, Mrs. Elma
Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Chandler, Miss Alma Edith Sa Sa-benis,
benis, Sa-benis, Miss Delia Ester Naylor,
Miss Sally Ann Mason, Miss
Miss Ida Robinson, Mr. and
Mrs. Hylton D. Perkins, Miss An Anita
ita Anita Jimenez, Miss Beryl Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, Sonon Collazos, Cecil Mor Morris,
ris, Morris, Mario Chang, Miguel J. Con Con-treras,
treras, Con-treras, Milton Fawcett, Vernon
3peld, Relnaido McDowell and
Olcarjo Clark. ;
) Exciting Dramatic Where the old and
Drew Pearswi says: SlEVEnsen
was balky abeut pinning faults en
Ika; he ewsti't maka Suet a cam
paign isswe; baautifvH Mrs., John
ShaVman CeepEr startlES Ken-
' "By DRlW PEARSON
WASHTNftTON Tha Stvn.
son brain trust isn't advertising
it, -but they had a certain amount
of trouble getting their candi candidate
date candidate to come out and pin Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower administration mistakes
on Eisenhower himself.
At first Adlai ducked awsv
from this, didn't want tn lancrU
with tne resident.
His advisers warned, however,
that no president enuld he, rii.
vnrrerf frnm ilhoi him Aarttt At
his administration, and that Ike
was jusi as mucn responsiDie ior
uie mistaxea of ni cahinet a
Truman and Roosevelt wera for
theirs. They also warned ; that
aievenson couidn t possibly win
unless he aimed for the political
heart of the GOP. namelv n
Stevenxnh finaHv tuinshf !;
vice, inougn he was obviously un un-haoov
haoov un-haoov about It didn't lit.
it after his first speech pinning
wr responsiDUiry on the GOP
Adlai's advicem hav nnt hu
able to budge him on another
campaisn. issue, nowever, namely
Suez. They have pointed out that
the Dullea-Riienhnivai. mictV in
picking Colonel Nasser as the
iiieuu oi uie u.a.A. ana in urg urging
ing urging the British to get out- of the
Suez area in 1953 when the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration first
took office is just as serious an
error as anv tha Demnerata mada
re Red China;
They believe that both Dulles
and Eisenhower a h o u 1 d be
Charged with fnmrilina and Mun.
dering in the Near. East
However, Adiai has 'ruled that
in the interval nf natlnnal
ity and a bipartisan foreign pol policy,
icy, policy, Suez should not be made a
Ambassador's Wife m Kentucky
The gorgeous Lorraine" Shevlin.
now Mrs. John .Sherman Cooper Cooper-was
was Cooper-was a -.big help to .her husband
when he-was ambassador to In India.
dia. India. But, she jsq't helping so much
now that he's running for the Sen
ate m Kentucky. , v
. Lorraine's -gracious smile,
charming manner, and luxurious
parties, made a- hit,. with Prime
Minister Nehru and other Indian
dignitaries. They were sorry to
see ; both her and Ambassador
But down m Homespun, Ken-
lueKy, in a oit amerent, as ex exemplified
emplified exemplified by; 103-year-old. Ben V V-Smith
Smith V-Smith when Mrs. Coooer dis
played her white parasol in Coo-
ner's home town., Somerset '
"That wife. Of his wss walking
around the' courthouse sauare
with a white Umbrella," said Un i
cie nei, -and it wasn't even
Senater's Indian Streak
Vermont's puckish Sen. Ralnh
Flanders has a slight streak of
Indian in him. This came out aft after
er after he finished praising Indian
skills at a recent hearing.
"I am very glad." remarked
Sen. Paul Douglas (D III.), "to
have this testimony from the sen
ator from Vermont." ;
"Who is himself one hundred
twenty eighth Indian," added
Manners quickly. .v
;,-... Race Telsrance
While race riots occupy the
headlines, one unsung group is
quietly making progress toward
better race relations. This is the
President's Committee en Govern Government
ment Government Contracts, which enforces
fair employment standards
among companies doing business
with Uncle Sam. ;
In C h i c a g o. the committee
helped Mayor Richard' Daley with
companies that had notified em employment,
ployment, employment, offices they would not
- U iiUUiail
hire Negro or Jewish workers. A
doten companies with govern government
ment government contracts agreed to adopt
a. nondiscrimination policy. Chi Chicago's
cago's Chicago's Federal Reserve Bank also
agreed to hire Negro clerks for
the first time, after Mayor Daley
called a meeting of leading busi businessmen
nessmen businessmen and asked their coope cooperation
ration cooperation in ending race- discrimina discrimination.
tion. discrimination. -,
.'' i 1 :
In Washington and Baltimore,
the committee sent John Roose Roosevelt,
velt, Roosevelt, the late FDR's son, to talk
to telephone company executives.
Presidential aide Max' Rabb also
applied pressure, from the White
House. Together they persuaded
the company to hire Negro tele telephone
phone telephone operators.
In the South,' GOP Leader John
persuaded Shell Oil Company to -revise
its personnel policy and of offer
fer offer Negro, laborers a chance for
advancement. This has set a pat pattern
tern pattern for all the major oil refhv
eries. below the Mason Dixon
line. -. ; "v. ;
It's a lonr-ranre nrerrim tW
will take education and training,
hut the enmmirtea ha iin4n
taken it without fanfare.
Tom Kennedy, right-hand man
of John L. Lewis and No. 2 man
in the United Mina WnrVan fc..
written a blistering letter to' Con
gressman wiuiam ureen (D., Fa.)
accusing him of stopping Senator
Kennedy of Massaphusetta frnm
getting the Democratic vice-presi-
dential nomination Tom Ken- 1
nedy and Sen. Jack Kennedy are
not related. But Tom Kennedy of y
the Mine Workers claimed Con- '.'
gressman Green knifed Senator
Kennedy bv renortine in Oiirasn
that he'd voted for tha T.ft.U.-f-
ly law. This swung enough labor.'
voies away irom Kennedy to stop
his nomination. . James Oli-
Ver. WhO'l Waitinff a rernnnt In
find out whether he won annlhee
congressional seat ior the Demo-.
crati in Maine, has remarked
that one reason he ran tnr Tnn.
gress was to get retirement ben ben-efits.
efits. ben-efits. He served three terms in
Congress as a Republican before
Switcintf tn the Denuvrarii irt
! This makes him eligible for a
pension u.ne can get back' in
Congress. . Latin delegates at-
tenHina ihm Tnt.,.lm.!... ...
ferente which Ike arranged while' ''
in ranama, went nome grumbling
against" the President's brother
Milton, They, said all Milton did
w." ; make vaeue uromitei nf
American aid. Nothing concrete. T
a U.S. diplomats are boiling ',
over Dullea'aDDointment nt Stan.
ley C. Allyn, president of National -'"i.
delegation to 1 the forthcoming f
UNESCO conference in,. New, Del. ,L
hi, India.-, Delegations , of other..
mous mtellectual leaders,, but tho
United States, which is trying to
convince. India that it Isn't
iiauciiausuc, wm no represented
by a coproration executive. ...
When President Truman had ''
choose a similar delegation ht
picked a famous college presi.
dent His name: Dr. Milton Ei Eisenhower,
senhower, Eisenhower, t v
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10 Million Americans Doomed
To Catch Common Cold Now
-TTESDAT, SEPTEMBER 25, 1336
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"That maJces two of ue that'll b flad whan
11-Year-0ld Youngster Makes
TV; Debut At 5-Figure Salary
NEW YORK, Sept 25 (UP)-Teu Coist residents are the most
million Americans are dommed to wheezeless.
come down with man's most com-1 And what can be done to rem-l
mon ailment this week, a scientist edy the situation?
warned today. I "Some doctors say the only way
lit common -cold is about to to insure that you-don't ever
start its annual rampage, and catch a bad cold is to make sure
nothing much can be done about you set a lot of little ones,'" he
it, he said. : said. "You can build up unmun
By next spring, Dr. -H.- J.fity to tolds with colds.
Bannon predicted, a total of ati But he warned that this is
least 130 million Americans will1 pretty tricky,
have sniffed and coughed through T
a total of about-500 million colds' a it tm..m
Warned, on just about everything I OnCIUOinfl Uflfl
from shaking hands to emotional! VvllHliyiilJJ
stress and from sex to sunspots.f
domes cienusts think men, as
we", as apes, catch cold simply
Of Succolh Holiday
because they stand up- Instead of f g Taaaaianni
crawling around on all fours, ac-
coming to Bannon, scientific di director
rector director of G i o v e Laboratories.
Mm 1.. J! J. U Cii
SS-f-JS -S" colh VoUdm (Feast" of Tabern
wheezes and sneezes,'
row and wui conciuae : xiaay
Services for these days will be
held in .the chapel of the USO-JWB
Today, the first full day of fall,'
mirk thn-heffinnlns nt th 9 (With
mpuar cold icisnn rprm-iforf h Club. Balboa, and will be con-
man. Sniffiot will nrauaii nnfiildiicted bv. Rabbi Nathan Witkin.
next summer, at a cost of weliroirector of. the USO-JWB Armed
over 5 h llinn rtnlUr tn hn forces Service center, ana AUXI
industry and the cold sufferers M"1? Chaplain United States
themselves. (Army Caribbean and Caribbean
Bannon,. who with his sttff dei' Air Command.
votes most of his time to trying
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 25 (UP)
Used to be small fry ran away
from home to join a circus. Now Nowadays
adays Nowadays youngsters trot to the near nearest
est nearest television producer.
- At least that's how it was with:
11-year-old Mickey Braddock who
. makes his debut this week in a
video series titled "Circus Boy."
And Inasmuch as real big-tops are
scarce young Mickey seems ; to
have run- in the right direction.
a tivm fimir aalarv Indicates
he'll do' more than water efeph-i
mIi.v- nwnt- a mnn of. unruly
blond hair, a snub of a nose ami
an imposing array of treaties, ne
i i. Htr. Mi.bAv Rnnnev did
' IWM UAW
when he was a moppet. ;
"I'm pretty lucky said Mick
over a hamnurger ana cose, i
go to the circus every day and
get paid for it.f: ;
- "No other kid 4 1 know gets to
ride elephants, play with the
chimps and watch; real wild am ampuls.
puls. ampuls. 'I'm even training1 a boa
myself. 'Course it's just a cub,
but Itn going to keep it up until
Vke'i 'iull grown.",:-;.,...
in..... l. tlii ttnrv nt an
Worphan adopted by a clown (Noahr
.. Beery jr.;. Ana wne pri w ww,
hoviT are devoted to spettacular
big-lop acts tiia 'atory hne wfll
follow the ienina-ine-canvi u u-ventures
ventures u-ventures of Mickey." ' t "J
r..t Hum mnf travel SO
tnUes daily to the CorriganvUle
movie ranch in um san rernanao
Valley where circus itents and side
. ahow attractions are set up.
hard,1 and they're si way f traveling
aronna tne counvy.
' ""Besides,' f he c o n c 1 u d e d
thoughtfuUy.-'by the time I'm out
of college-there probably won't be
any circuses lett except on tele television."
vision." television." N
to make the- con.mon cold less
common, painted a gloomy pic-,
lure ot me wmter to come. ( ;
Skinny people wilt suffer more
colds than fat ones, he said. Over
weight people seem to be insulated
better against life's strains and
stresses. Farmers and residents
of small towns are, the most sus susceptible
ceptible susceptible to colds but Chicago has
Services for the concluding days
of the Succoth holiday will be con
Tomorrow at 7:30 p.m
Thursday at 9:00 a.m. and 7:30
: Friday at 9:00 a.m.; and 7:30
k Yizkor (Memorial Services) eiU
be recited during the Thursday
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written far NIA Service
A J 10 j I
WIST 10) EAST
Q J 9
West : North But Umik
14 Double Pan N.T.
Pan Piai Pan
. Opening lead A Q
By Leo Filer
Set For Salurday
A recital on nnpt.rv of T.atln
America and Israel will be given
low attractions are ei uy. ; America ana Israel win ne given
4Tk.f mna T wnn't have 16 cmtf,.J.IJIi h ITaflinal
go to a regular school" d'Xneater ln panama by a young
AnrcntlniBn Ijtn Flier,
The artist, who Is on a good goodwill
will goodwill tour of Latin America ar arrives
rives arrives here tonight In Panama
h la KAlriw arwinanrari tar t.hii Tn.
Btttute of Cultural. Relations
panama-israei aitnougn his tour
Is under the auspices of the Jew Jewish
ish Jewish Agency. '
Flier la an accomplished actor
with the Habima Players ln Is Israel,
rael, Israel, a writer and translator of
The Ratnrriav nlirht ennrrt. la
free to the nubile.
noi se ol sugar cuDea ana visueu .
t the inen's'room four times. The Panama University will
He doesn't think much or an also feature several of his recit-
actlng career,, Nor is he. sold pa als on their radio program later
becoming a circua penormer.
Whan I lrn tin I think I'd
like to Join the racket' squad," he
said. -'Circus ; people wora too
Tka'tl t '," a atudio teacher
around fdr rty lessons between
scenes. But I only nave to wors:
witlt her three "hours a" day."
Mickey, 'whQ has, had. no pre previous
vious previous acting experience, as se selected
lected selected for the role over 300 other
hopefuls.: But 'acting runs in tne
.miiv nia dad. Georce Dolenz.
stars ln TV's "Count of Monte
k nsrvnna firtffptv VOunESter.
Mickey (whose name was changed
to Braddock to pieaae execs;
talks in short bursts. He wriggles
a lot. v ...
During our interview he built a
in the week
Miss tlost Jt
jtear Aam. veorge ..J uufek, di director
rector director of "'Operation' rJeepfreeze",
at the South Pole, said today there!
Is one thing, the men miss1 most
en the" Antarctic continent.
lo mustrate, no tola ot a con conversation
versation conversation between Rear Adm.l
Richard E. Byrd and a chief
petty officer named Murphy. I
"Murphy, what do you miss the
most down here?' Byrd asked, j
Murphy looked at Byrd, Dufek
related, and replied: "Tempta-
As Well Behaved
As Any Other;
, i x .-
DUESSELDORl!, !; ft r'm'a
Sept. 25 (UPV -West fiermaa tn'l
teri..r Minister Gerhard Schroeder
tenor Minister erhard Schroederl
says this generation of ermanl
youth is as weft behaved as any'
vuid scuciauun was,
He blamed recent teenage riots i
in several large German cities on
a "small percentage" of erman1
youths. He said this small groun
suffers from a "personality lack"i
rather than criminal motive. He'
blamed narrnti an arfnn. t-
the hiehest ner caDita sniffle rate mornins services, at 10:00 a.m.
of any city in the country. Special memoranda have been
. Bannon and his fellow scientists issued by Headquarters United
Nive determined thit poor peo- States Army Caribbean, Caribbean
nle eet more colds than rich ones. Air Command, and the Fifteenth
The north central state are hard- Naval District, regarding the ob-
est Jut by man s most prevalent servance of Succoth (reast o f
ailment, he said, while Pacifici Tabernacles).
."THE, WORLD'S MOJT
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WiUGl : DUTY FREE STORE
STORE 161 CENTRAL1 AVENUE PANAMA.
Siianttfi vtlflvara-miMli' m ml
the way around the mulberry bush
mm k tu. C...IL i i. r i
wiui uie ouuui vaius utuure gel-l
ting to six no-trump. The immed-l
iate jump is startling, but every!
bit as good. North needs a very
good hand to double three spades
when vulnerable against non-vulnerable
opponents, South wants to1
be a slam opposite any very good
hand, but should avoid a grand
slam for fear of, bad breaks.- I
West nrwnrri tha mum if
spades, and South won with the
kin?. If ivnnHri hiw tn ni,u
the diamonds to have the best
cnat.ee tor all four tricks. fi
Rpfnr. tnnhin0 thai iDittAnr4
tvuhiiiwa) UV ttiaa.IlllMIUf', I
South took two rounds of hearts
ana two rounds of clubs, leaving!
the ace of each suit in the dum dummy.
my. dummy. Since West followed suit, and
since West was known to have
started with six spades for his
nnpnino hid finnth Irnaiu ilk nt
West's original 13 cards. Obvious
ly. west naa a very weak hand
and not even a very long spade
When does a sensible player
make a high bid with practically
no high cards?. When be has Koodi
distribution, of course. What could!
give West good1 distribution?
Only a void suit somewhere' or!
other. .. s i
In short, South suspected the!
diamond distribution before he!
touched the suit Hence he began
diamonds by leading low towards
West showed out' as expected,
and South could lead diamonds
twica towards bis own hand in
order to make all four tricks in
W 111 'v.
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0PI!!I0!I$ ABOUT "IIIGHTMARE"
l NIGHTMARE "Should cash lnlon current hypnotic craze!
, : --Film Dally.
NIGHTMARE. ."Will; 'hold every audience in suspense!,
Should bring out the crime drama fans in goodly numbers!
Robinson... fine and convincing performance."
Showmen's Trade Review.
t - f
NIGHTMARE "Slick,, spine-tingling mystery! Goose-simply
screenplay! Suspense and excitement! Competent castl
Timely,. engrossing and exploitable!"
. , Boxofflce. i.,
.V -, ,sjt'.."'.'"-"V,.l f ". if.-..;, .. 'i"t:, -"
NIGHTMARE "A thriller! Action and throat-catching mo moments...
ments... moments... a good betl Convincing! Should have special in interest
terest interest at this time!" '
,'.-.(., Hollywood Reporter.
- ; ..
NIGHTMARE: ""Chilling, highly auspenseful t Suspense
values are kept at excruciatingly taut levels! A very profes professional
sional professional Job.. hits the spot!. Robinson..; excellent! Kevin
McCarthy.., topribtchl", -i
. ' Motion Picture' Herald. ?
' w "NIGHTMARE"' OPENS AT THE LUX ON THURSDAY
27, starring Edward G: Robinson.
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ihe appointment of
Donald W. Dickerson, Inc.
Republic of Panama
i j , EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1
Donald W. Dickerson, Inc.
S741 Obaldia Ave.
' Tel. 2599
. v Principal Office
Urbanizaci6n Loa Angeles
Tela. 3-1144 3J-6984
6th St. A Bolivar Ave. v
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The Caribbean Chapter Nol 21 of
the National Sojourners will meet
Km 5037, Ur
Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Bra Brazos
zos Brazos Brook s Golf Club.
Cocktails will be served at 8:30.
dinner at 7:15 p.m.
A special program has been
planned and photographic slides of
the construction period of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal will be shown. jome
of the only three sts known to be
J!f aif rwJ If UfLm mm P-mm 3-0740 m 3-0 741 Umm 940 sJ 10
Dancing will follow the showing
of slides. Vf v ..
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TBI PANAMA AMIR.ICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
.v..--- t 1
PRESIDENT OPENS NEW HOSPITAL WING President Ricardo Arias shown at the opening
of the new Maternity wins ol Santo Tcmas Hospital, Saturday. President Arias gave the
honor of cutting the ribbon to Miss Hortenia Remon, sister of the late President Remon
and daughter of Maria Cantera de Remon for whom tht new wing was named. Also shown
' In the picture are Cabinet Minister Angel lope Casta and Monsignor Bernler.
: GOVERNOR AND MRS. WILLIAM E. POTTER
WILL BE GUESTS OF DIABLO PTA TONIGHT
1 1 Governor and Mrs. William E. Potter will attend the re re-i
i re-i ception for teachers, which will be given by the Diablo
Heights Parent-Teachers Association at the Diablo Heights
Tht reception, which will start at 1 pjn, will be an in informal
formal informal social gatbering to extend a welcome to Diablo
Heights Teachers. ,
Mrs. Potter Gives Tea
- At Gavamar' MintioR
f 1 Mrs. 'William E. Pottr. wifo ot
, the Governor of the Canal Zone,
i; his 'issued invitations to a tea
jwbich will be held at the Gover Gover-a.
a. Gover-a. nor's Mansion tomorrow afternoon
This is the second of Mrs, P o 1-1
ter's "get acquainted" teas, by
which she hopes to get to know
Company and" Government. j
Ladies who attended Friday t
Vet acquainted'' tea 1 comments
r .... w- i u u
r the iriendliness and charm
the 'Canal Zone's First Lady,
' President's Davfhter
Guatt of Honor at Barbecoo
' TMiss Diana Boyd gave a barbe
cue, party at her home yesterday
. as a. desDedida for Miss Vi
ms,, daughter of President ,'ijd
-Mrs; Ricardo Anas.
Parries; Held For Visit y :
Of French Minesweeper i
; French Ambassador and Mrs.
Lionel Vasse held a d 1 n n e r
Wednesday at the Embassy Rcsi
dence on La Cresta in Honor of the
1 1 in
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officers of the visiting French Na
val Mines weepr.
A cocktail party in honor of Am
bassador and Mrs. vassewasgiv-
en aboard ship by the oiucers of
the visiting rrencb Naval
seeper Thursday night.
Danvar Construction Leader tl
Hera on Briaf Visit
Temple Buell, president of Buell
Construction and Development
orapany of Denver Colorado
, came here from Venezuela yester-i
i i i i : t i i i
day and stayed overnight before
if ''ing for Lima. Peru. He is mak-
ii. a combined business and plea
sure trip throughout Central and
South America. 1 j
WWW here," Mr. Buell visited
with Governor and Mrs. WiUiam
E. Potter; Cot,- and Mrs. HugbsAr HugbsAr-nold
nold HugbsAr-nold and .otheririends here, f i
w :, ':.f'- v
The company which Buell heads
in Denver was resoonsiblo for tr.e
development of the Cherry Hills
shopping center, which is the larg-
est in the West of the United
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WUS TONIGHT .
FRESHER, MORE YOUTHFOl tOOKI
Pen Women Exhibit
Will Hang Thru October
Mrs. Muriel de Young, president
of the Canal Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen
Women has announced that the
exhibition of Christmas cards and
photographs, hung for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas Card Tea and Autograph
Party held earlier this month in
the Little Gallery of the Hotel Ti Ti-voli,
voli, Ti-voli, will continue to be on display
aunng tne montn oi uctoDer.
The Exhibit consists of nosters
displaying original Christmas card
designs by Pen Women members,
together with enlargments of phol
tographs from which the Illustra
tions to Jean Bailey j new book,
"Panama PatUe" were drawn.
Bachelor Party For
Arnold Ray Porkins
A Bachelor Party was given by
Andrew P. Lim, Clark Engel and
Mizrachi. who war." .ishpr.1
l f l r i iiaa a n rna foririna imaiJ
'prt in. WAflflinn J
--i- h i
which took place Saturday In Co Colon.
lon. Colon. The party was given at the
Dm home. ., ;
Among those present were: Ma Manuel
nuel Manuel Pabon, the father of the
bride, Bill.. Borwick, Elmer De
rray,- Henry Murachi, Mark Or-
ton, BUI Ivespn and John P. Wil
Social-: 1 'rS.'K''1---';
The Fort' Gulick; NCO Wives'
Club held a "Harvest Moon So-1
cial" one evening recently at Po-
Those attending were M Set.
and Mrs. Johnson. Set. and u
Killip, M-Sgt. and Mrs. Townsend.
M-Sgt. and Mrs. Gardner; Sgt;ad
Mrs. jones, &r; ana Mrs. Hunter,
Mrs. Louise Sanderson, Mrs.
r ranees uimert. Mr. and Mrs.
I Robert StachowialC, SFC and Mis.
Acts Like Magic ji
Fua.aoft, delightful- J
ly tnsTtnt Cuticura
Talcum aoo taint do-
odaranl m (ntiaaptio
C-S (Hasachlore- 1 1
phono). Kps tht 1 1
akin (rtah and twaat j
Soothtt tuobura. I
heat and diapor rash,
foot IrritatioBa, Buyl
Need lots of pep?.
The juicet of S different, ardea
Sreih vegetablea are blended inla
thit famous drink. You'll love its
anin-pacaea (ood (ood-.
. (ood-. At mealtime
r or between meala
V- (ivea you th
want, and tht nour nourishment
ishment nourishment you need.
M toamhiaa lor aaaato woo da
TO PLAY AT TEATRO NA NA-CIONAL
CIONAL NA-CIONAL Elaine Canalos wun wun-derlich,
derlich, wun-derlich, talented violinist will
give a recital at Teatro Natio National
nal National tonight she will play the
works of Felix Mendelssohn
with the National Orchestra.
SP-2 and Mrs.
and Mrs. Gomes,
Pelkey and Mrs.
Dr. Rigoio't Paintinn.
On Display At USO.JWR
ui aenmne artistu ami
neous dehght is the exhibit cur-
rentiy on disnlav 1 th ncn turn
Armed Forces Service Center Art
With the eaanmtimt nl 4V.
.one Art League.-the Center
is presentine th ..7 i!"
i r uie KjM
Pn ?,l.g10.' '.CapUin USAF
n i,- oroo Air Force Base
n7 Xfu" w oorn in
in Tjf!n n "'Z iore' "M resides
m Long Beach. K. vw it.
tended Dartmout r7.al'1:
SZZr' uuiTersity Dental
"i". ,a presently a dental
Panam;"-""-"! ?"Uoned in
hr 7 .u ,r Ma a mem-
. subjects nresant.
seen or felt" VTSgrS"
mod." ..r ome are
offermV. 7 n."710 w the
(CONTINDEdVn PAGE S)
X I he Hlimrt
T.nmrvr .... r
, "-.L'.:"' m.in ""Junes suf-
ici cu wiitn name aa
over him. I
a a ....
circus camels which
knocked Rooke down
on him as he was
MYSTERY AI!D JUSPEIUE MAKE
"BACKLASH' OFFBEAT TIIJIILIER
; I V-. I I s ti "I
Mysterv and suspense are added to furious action to
make "BACKLASH," the new technicolor picture which
opens at the central, with Richard Widmark and Donna
Reed as its stars, a novel as well as thrilling 'representation
of the outdoor adventure film at Its very best. "BLACK "BLACK-LASH"
LASH" "BLACK-LASH" OPENS ON THURSDAY 27 AT THE CENTRAL
So it with
Mount pictures In phota
Ibumt. Tape makes in invisible
visible invisible binge. Sticks at a
.Cover rough, splintery tool
handles with "SCOTCH"
aT ,a' "" SOrfO. I
fy ULl New tape sticks so tight, v I
SRAM) t .
Representatives: CIA. ATLAS, S. A.
"Scotch" brand colored tapes in 72 yard rolls are
printed In Panama with user's name and specifica specifications
tions specifications by Cia. Atlas. 8. A.
.. Telephone 2-3458, P.O.Box 1057
II Sears Catalog
ATLANTA. Sept.. (UP) Which
is more risque the Sears Roe Roebuck
buck Roebuck catalog or Playboy maga magazine,
zine, magazine, -.. .
No one ever thoueht the famous
old Scars catalog would achieve
such notoriety, but finally it did
today. . i
It happened at a session of the
Georgia Literature Commission
whirh is honor bound to look
with censoring eye between the
covers of supposed-to-be naughty
Attorney Osgood Williams want wanted
ed wanted the commission to tell him why
it objected to allegedly obscene
pictures in Playboy but did n o t
protest photographs in Sears Roe Roebuck's
buck's Roebuck's catalog advertising of la ladles'
dles' ladles' undies.
Williams said the 1955 spring
and summer edition of the catalog
"makes an obvious effort to sell
undergarments by showing the
size of women's bust measure measurements."
ments." measurements." i
Dr. James P. Wesberry, a dini dini-fied
fied dini-fied Baptist minister who is chair chairman
man chairman of the commission, patiently
explained to Williams the differ
ence between the two publica publications.
tions. publications. The ladies of Sears, he said, "alt
had on a certain amount ol dom
ing" but the girls of Playboy were
clad only in roses. -.
August Is Lowest
Month For Mine
WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (UP)
The Federal Bureau of Mines
announced today that 30 men were
in coal mine accidents
during August the lowest
The August death rate amounted
to .8 per million m an-hours of
work, compared witht he year's
Highest rate ot lis m July.
" V'jlmk far At rod
EXAMPLES OF STUDENTS' WORK-Students attending the bates painting classes he I d
weekly at the Fort Gulick Service Club are tarnlna- out fine examDles of art. work-Soma at
the work Is on exhibition at the
under the direction of Mrs. Lea
! ROYAL CHAUFFEURS Marshal Tito, f Yagoslavia, and his wife enjoyed their visH ;
' Greek Wnd of Corfu all the more because of the excellent "chauffir-servk provided I far v
I them. Behind the wheel of a royal car, left, is Greece's King Paul, as fee takes the ywt
' marshal on a tour ot the island. At right. Queen. Frederika performs a similar driving taskf
wun iHOS wire ai iw mmum
Dos Passos Says
Lafin America 1$
MEXICO CITY, Sept. 25
John Dos Passos said
that lAtin America is a
The American writer is a
gate to the Inter-American Con-
gress for Freedom of Culture. He
told the organisation the United
States public is "no longer even
informed of Latin American
He explained that -world probH
lems now confronting the United'
States had "possibly leer to a
gradual abandoning of Latin
Dos Passos told the congress
that the "goou neighbor" policy
of the late President Roosevelt
was "more successful" and "at
least had an objective."
Off iclal's 7if e ; 1
FORTDIX,' N.J Sept. 25 (UP)
The wife 1 of a U.S. State
Department official was : found
gotten element""'- Washlngtc." onaS?1. Circuit
ah.A room at knly aware of, my responslbil responslbil-Ar$Z
Ar$Z responslbil-Ar$Z p5? uV....- Jttles under the Constitution to
San Francisc. arrived at MsRuire,
Air rorce cass irom iceiana
night accompanied by her hns-i
band, Carl, an official at the VS.
EMBASSY IN Iceland.
Capt. Tom H a m r i c k, oubl' oubl'-information
information oubl'-information officer hero., said mi..
tary police reported her neat!
an apparent suicide. Mrs. Peter
son as undergoing medicatrcontlnue to be true until your
. oaapaf lnJ
c:t of crsnif bli;sl
Ne iawraWra' poiroW Itata.
. Bra your baby Dleptr XaA
- Diaper Chmft, Urbtt Scttf aai
Prickly Btm Xih as Aobmos
For AmiBM k apatially awaV
sm4 to soovV, fvorotf sad Up
W irritated tfaa. Aboortu awi.
tet wooderfuDr and is to ton,
it promotai bcaiis by cuthiaa cuthiaa-A
A cuthiaa-A .JBg bsbvH cbaM skk again
rarthar irritatloa. Get ft ras
. Medicated Powdct today.
Sill Tiy Ammest at oar a"
9al fat toia1 tiza cu ab
Mtcly free, senc U poHcard with
your nune am? aJdrtai to DrpC
(0er expires Dec Ji, 195SJ
Gulick post library. The class,
Lane, Service Club. Director
Florida Governor Asks Jucfger Holt
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.; Sept 25
(UP) gov. LeRov Collins to-
se -ueorge w "sign
Collins, who has no power to
tcuwre or suspena a circuit
Judge, asked HOlt to resign vol
untarily -or, in uie alternative,
to suspend and discontinue ac active
tive active work pending" completion
of an Investigation Into the
Judge's activities In connection
with receivership and curator
' A Dade County grand Jury
last week recommended that
the Legislature 'mpeach the
senior circuit Judge. The jury
said his conduct warrant, his
disbarment and removal from -office.
Another Jury previous-.
ly asked b impeachment.
Holt Is now on leave of ab
sence and Collins sent the tele telegram
gram telegram asking his resignation to
Blowing Rock, N.C,
"I am mindful of the limita
tions of my authority under the
law to take executive action in involving
volving involving a member of our iudi-
; clary,?. Collins said. ..;;sA,
At me same time, i am
see our laws are faithfully
"I have concluded that under
present condition and circum
stances,-and with the high de degree
gree degree of feeling. ;ttoward ypu in
your circuit, your usefulness and
ededtlveness as a judge have
been .destroyed, and this will
gunt or innocence is estaousnea.
- "In this situation, I regard it
as my duty as governor to call
upon you voluntarily to resign
your office or, In the alternative,
to suspend and discontinue ac active
tive active work pending -the comple-
.Th scr9t's ;
In thi sauc...
the rich tue
the lively flavor
of each plump,
Sarvf it abonl
IJtw low prictsl
f and th saucs
I It Campbell's I
I Vtacratl J
' j. .in
? i f
which started Sept. 12, it
tlon of tho lnvestle ations flnw A
In progresa orhereaiterlrufcttu. WJ
Ued, andsuch procstdtats- aa
mar result therefrom. ? v. ,
Bv takinr thli action ,t
not, as tovernor, prejudge! either
your guilt or innocence, but
strongly reel tact you should not
continue to exercise the Judicial
authority of your office pending
final determination of such."
, 1 .... -. v. ,, -..,-;
. The Panama -Uner' Panama la
scheduled to sail from Cristobal
Saturday or New'tork with 28
passengers Xor New York. No
passenger -,- have been bookei
for port-aurPrince, Haia.. t(
The complete advance pas-
senger list for New Tork1 follows:
Miss Elizabeth, Altman; '. Mr.
and Mts. Jerome Barrasj Arthur
Beares;, Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Wi
Casey and 2 children;, Mfc an! 4
Mrs. Edward i Q. Coyle and,
daughter; Miss Margaret L.tr;ai -ghy;
Louis Ford; Mrs. Nita B,
Hartman; Miss Elizabeth John John-son;
son; John-son; Harold Johnson;. Mr. and,
Mrs. Daniel p. Klley and -son;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis pier ebon:
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Rupp end
son; Mr, and Mrs. Ernest C. Tan
Horn and. son; and. Miu Uasr
Waldorf. xt J '', v:;
Queen Will. See
British Film ;
LONDON) Sept.- 25 fUPV-Qneen
Elizabeth will see an all-British
film at the royal command oer-
formanee this- year for 4hei first ;
time since 1951. "..
The film is. "The .Battle pf tho
River Plate," the 'story of" tho
sinking of the German pocket
battleship Graf Spa off : Monte Montevideo,
video, Montevideo, Uruguay, in .1939. In past
years American made movlea
... ... f .f.,
1 auana aba acts
H la a mtikfi aawjoi.
. TUESDAY, SEPTEMSnt IS, 195
ii DAUI NEWSPAPEH
irmiiiY 'ir Hi is; ;nr i;v 1;; y 'uXO)j),)y
C AU TO L 10
tic. :ji t 15e.
' JTJJTP INTO
s ", Also: t- 4
4 THE STSTE.U
r v o l i
THE ROAD TO
; ; i and .-LAST
LAST .-LAST COMMAND
Jean Crawford In
Hear Nat King Cole sing the
song that maoe famous this
picture!... Plus: -See
the dirty tricks In boxing
Humphrey Boeart In
THE HARDER THEY FALL
ABAJO EL TELON
with R. Montalban
VICTOR I A
AGAINST THE LAW
C?ontJitutJ i ',
trid-e Night At USO-JWS
sTonieht. at 7:30 the beeinninfc
'.'intermediate, and advanced bndga
i classes wiu meet at UK usu-jwu
: Armed Forces service tenter,
V - CJ...a-1-a. Jau-VIa At fAtlMAmM
J who care to attend -and seek the! Protestant Ladies
at the bridge tournament held at
tht Tivoli Guest House lasi lugnt.
Thev were Mr. and Mrs. Bruck
Mr. and Mrs. Tohn, Mr. E. Wolf
and Mr. E. Zoldelyi. ., :
inert adwce'of Mr. Harry Fned-
iand are welcomed te join in the
classes being held every Tuesday.
Three Ceuplee Tie ; -At
BrUtae Tournament . r
Three eouples tied for first place
jtt40 kc.,. Panama Gty
..V PRESENTS ;
movies iy nioio Q)
'Today, Tuesday, Sept. IS
quests taken by P&one
l tin z.w
o-tn vw v, '. ....
I: S5 What'a tour r T o r 1 1,
'-nnAllen Jackson (NewsV
;lV-BLTJE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW trans er
:30 On St g f ; A in e 1 1 c
7100 Interlude For Music
T : 15HOW CHRISTIAN SCI
- ENCB HEALS
" f:S0 VOA Report From CS.
1:00 World Of Jazs
' l-.ao Life With The Lyons
:ooyou Asked For It re-
j quests uken by phone;
. till 7:J0)
10:30 Music From Hotel II Pan-
10:4S Templf Of Dreams
w4l:p0 Concert Under The Stars
.. X2:0Oeign Off.. .. ki
, .Tomorrow, Wednesday,. Sept; M
i ; :00lgn On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken by
. 7:30 Mornlnr Salon Concert
:lt-Church In The wydwood
; 1:30 Musical Revelllt v
' tiOO-JSrews :
" 9:1s Sacred Heart :-lw
v f:30-JParl Star Timt r...:
10:19-8pins and Needle- (re-
' quests taken by phone
r ; tUl S:30)
11:00 News. r
, 11:05 Spins ind. N'dl
11:10 Meet Tht Entertainer '
13:03 Lunchtime Melodies
: 12:15-MELACHRINO MTSI-
. CALX (Nescafe) .
' 12:S0-Sweet And Hot
l:15-Musie Of Manhattan '
. 1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
i 1 :4 French In The Air
' 1:00 Tex Beneke Show
3:15 Freddy Martin Show
3:30 Music For You
' 1:00 Hank ; : snow And Hit
. Rainbow Ranch Boys
' S:1S Sammy Kaye Show -3:30
Music For Wednesday
4:00 Feature Reylew
.. 4:30 What's Your Favorite
v. (requests t a k e n by
pnont uu j:oo)
,1 :35 What's Yonr, T 1 1 1
6:00 Allen Jackson (News)
- '" Protrram
f:ll-BLUB RIBBON' SPORTS
' REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
:30 Hawaii Calls (WRUL)
. 7:00-Hall Of lyy
: 7:30 VOA Report From UJ.
:00 You Asked For It (re-
J ; I -! quests taken by phone
it WU 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
11:00 Concert Under Tht Stars
. u:ofl-sign Oft
The Protestani Ladies' of Fort
Gulick chape) conducted their first
meeting Wednesday to elect offi officers
cers officers to the newly formed Guild Or
Purpose of the Guild- is to as
sist the Chaplain in Chanel work
and represent the Chapel -in out
side activities en those occasions
requiring the help and support of
the Mdies group.
The ladies elected as officers of
the Gilild were: Mrs. Dorothy El
lison, President, Mrs. Janet Vsl Vsl-dez.
dez. Vsl-dez. Vice President. Mrs. Lotiise
Headspeath, Secretary and Trea
surer, Mrs. Shirley Arms, P r o o-gram
gram o-gram Chairman -.V-;.
After the election 'of v officers;
the members were addressed by
Mrs.' Fowler, a missionary from
Bolivia.. This was followed by a
discussion of several items on the
agenda at which time it wis de decided
cided decided to donate sandwiches : and
potato chips to the YMCA periodi periodically.
cally. periodically. H ,?: V.'-V. ,1
' Future plans ; call for Guild
meetings to be held the first Thurs
day of each'momb at 1:30 p.m. at
the Fort Gulick Chapel.
Anyone interested should con
tact Mrs. J. E. Ellison whose
phone number is 88-652 Fort. Gu
lick or they are welcomed to at
tend the next meeting Oct. 4, and
join the group in its worthy endea endeavors
vors endeavors H 1
Donald O'Nsil Speaks Te
VFW Ladies Auxiliary . .' . .
The regular meeting of the Ls
dies Ausiliary to the V.F.W. Post
3835 was held Thursday evening
Sept. 20. Business was discussed
and a guest speaker Dept. Com
mander of the canal ,4one. Don
aid .J O'Neill spoke to members
on parliamentary" procesure and
Demeter's manual "i ;J
. i in i; ii ,i B
HOLLYWOOD (NEA)- Hol Hol-lywoodites
lywoodites Hol-lywoodites Are Talking About:
Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and
their rodeo troupe collectings $95,-
327 for a five-day appearance at
the Ohio State Fair. Every time
Roy and Trigger ride .into the
sunset they're on their way to the
bank. :. :. :
Gene Kelly ending his lonely
career as a TV holdout. He'll
play Hildy Johnson, the wild re reporter,
porter, reporter, in a December home
screen version of "Front Page"
MiiUwj'. jinii;.n m4 Maurice Chevalier shelving his
waif f!i ik k.n.v.. i I famous .trademark that straw
lif.r linartw aiui. tha hanainau afiht --. for the first time in the
pursuit .. 4 Jane Russell and
hubby Bob WoterfieKI telling pa
they plan to adopt another child
heir fourth. v.-
Take Part In
next spring so Doris Day can co-
star witn him. tier next is Pa
jama Game" ... Power of TV
note: Rel Skelton will knock out
Rocky Marciano with one punch
on the comedian s Oct 2 show.
Joe I. Lewis tolling, nieht club
audiences why he will net appeer
m ms turn biography, "The Jok Joker
er Joker Is Wild":
"I couldn't to through it again
I wos lucky to got this far the
Ettb eotKa far inchiuea ia ikit
celiune sfceuM bo bmitttJ i
ty-wrirtta lotei aed BiailcJ to eae
t the ee krt listed eUitr
"Social and Otharwise," or etliror etliror-ed
ed etliror-ed k kaed to the oHice. Netrtet of
meetioa ceaot be acceottd by
latbea Woman's Club
Card Croup Luncheon I
The Card Group of the haiDoa
Woman's Club is having a "no
host" luncheon and card party
Thursday at 12:30 noon at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club. All proceeds will
go for Club charities.
Reservations must be made be
fore Wednesday noon- by calling
Mrs. Daniels 28-3-4711 or Mrs. Bol Bolton
ton Bolton 2-2982. . -(
Balboa Woman's Club
The regular stated board meet meeting
ing meeting of the Balboa Woman's Club
will be held tomorrow at a.m. at1
the JWB Center. All members are
urgd to attend.
Rosary Alter Society
The Rosary Altar Society, whose
regular meeting was scheduled to
be he'd at 7:30 p.m. today, has
postponed the meeting until Thurs Thursday.
Following an important business
meeting. refreshments will be
served by Mrs. Molly Edmondson,
Mrs. Margaret Hern. Mrs. Juueta
Burda and Mrs. Catherine Tilo.
movie, xove in the Afternoon."
He's co-starring in the comedy
with Gary Cooper; and Audrey
4 Hepburn. He'll wear a bowler-
derby, to you.
Ann Sothern seeing her lawyer
about her telefilm aeries, "Pri
vate Secretary."; She s threaten threatening
ing threatening legal action for an account
ing of the profits and breach of
contract. :; v -.. .. :
f '-'if -V' 1;-'A- i i i .. ,: -. ;
The Friars Club honorine Jack
Benny with a ttOO-a -plate testl ''
monial dinner' Oct. 20. No, Jack
won't share in the profits, It's for
sweet charity Those double
takes, in a Hollywood night club-
Susan Hay ward, in the audience J
listening to the singing of Lillian
Roth, the gal she played in "I'll
Marguerite Chapman resuming
her film career.. She quit the!
. Esther Williams canceling out
plans for a U.S. aquacade tour.
But she's talking to NBC about
financing a movie using her Lon London
don London water show as background.
The plot idea is in her head but
it's not a wet one more dramat-
emoting than swimming for
That sign on a bicycle Eddie
Fisher rides around the RKO lot
"Boy Singer." Debbie Reynolds
paia ue sign painteer.
Atlantic Music Club
Te Moot In Margarita
Members of the Atlantic Music
Club are invited to attend the reg
ular monthly meeting which is to
be held at the home of Mrs. O
E. Jorstad, House ; 8555 C e d r o
Place in Margarita. After a short
business meeting, an interesting
program of high fidelity records
will be heard and studied. One of
the most unususl of these records
is a Bassoon Concerto.;
movie houses to sell houses as ,;exeeuves suddenly deelded; there
Palm Springs real estate broker.
. . Rita Hayworth penciled in
for the role of Sheba in "Solo "Solomon
mon "Solomon and Sbeba." '. The latest
in plastics prop snow for movie
DUziards. It s nontoxic, ordorless
and free from eye-irritating dust
, Kin Tin Tin. the TV barker.
beginning to show his age. Three
look-alikes are in training to take
oyer, wjien etatiU..i..i-j... t,
Paramount aholvina "Teacher's
Pet," the Clark Gable film, until
Altar Guild Te Moot
At St. Luke Tonight
The Altar Guild of the Cathe Cathedral
dral Cathedral of St. Luke, Ancon will meet
in the Guild Room this evening at
7. The Verv Rev 'Mainert J Pe.
Diana Dors making her "live" terson. Dean of the Cathedral will
debut In the U.S. on Bob Hope's be spesker. Note change In time
heme screen shew for Oct. 21.! from the reaular meetlne hour.
- iiinv vwaiT viini fuaHaa en
the Hop show In London, NBC
BUSTO ARSIZIO. Italy. Sent. 25
(UP) Thirteen foreign countries
are participating in the Sixth In International
ternational International Cotton, Artificial and
Synthetic Fibre Fair sponsored by
the Italian Industry and Com
merce Ministry this week. Hun Hungary
gary Hungary is the only Communist na nation
tion nation represented.
Try A ;
HtlLWAUKEE, Sent. 25 (UPV (UPV-Queenie
Queenie (UPV-Queenie led a quiet life until a
veterinarian gave her a hairci't
and police received telephone calls
reporting a "lion in the streets."
' The police went out armed for
big game and found Oueenie, a
tnree f e o t tan shepherd dog.i
proudly roaming an alley with the
haircut, which made her look like
a young lion. 1
a- O O 0 ?2.
JL GRIAT PICTURE!
Stewart Grange In;
$1.10 per Car!;;;
The Best of All Musicals
... in .Technicolor!
' JOSE FERRER
Cyd Charisse in,
"Deep Into My Heart"
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Great Fortunt Night :
B one ef the Lncky Winners
f these Cash Prises!
1st Prize 51CD.C3
was tee mdeh ef Diana showing
in a sequin dress. Diana solved
the problem herself by taking off
her. gloves end draping them
around the top ef her bodice. ...
Hollywood back-to-school note:
Writer Mac- Benoff's son, Mitch Mitchell,
ell, Mitchell, went to school and boasted
that his dad wrote the 'Danny
Thamn TV- ihnw L ....
"That's hotMng,w spoke A one
or tne mas, "my father 15 Danny
Cristobal Knights ef Columbus
Meet Tonight' ..
The Cristobal Knmhts of Colum
bus Council 1689 will hold their re
gular meeting tonight at seven at
the X. of C. Home in Margarita
All members are urged to attednd.
On tht Screen:
GREAT DOUBLE FEATURE FEATURE-IN
IN FEATURE-IN CINEMASCOPE! r..
' Lana Turner Richard
'The Rains of Ranchipur"
June Allyson Van Heflia
"A WOMAN'S WORLD"
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TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN IXDETENDCTT DAILY NEWSF Am
Tuesday, trrmzzTx is, ri
. w i
For 6-5 Loss
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
Only Way To Cop Pennant
Is By Paying No Attention
To Challenging Brooklyn
: KEW'-VORKJSept 25 (UP) Milwaukee man manager
ager manager Fred Haney, although pickled to death? to be
back in first place again, insisted today the only way
his Braves can cop the pennant is by "winning all
our games and paying no attention to Brooklyn.".
The Dodger took over the Na National
tional National League lead briefly last
night for two hours and 45
minutes to be exact when they
aeieated the Pirates 8-3, In the
resumption of Sunday's sus suspended
pended suspended contest but then drop dropped
ped dropped a half game behind the idle
Braves by bowing to Pittsburgh,
o-o, in the regularly scheduled
At Mttm M atsae' Milwaukee
hat four imi remaining and
Iraokhaj five, ana tinea both clubt
are in the alt-imaortairt 'Un
column," 'a playoff weald bocama
fjecetsary if tba Iravea and DooV
an win aH lhair nmaininf garnet,
Cincinnati, will Hurting a natha natha-markal
markal natha-markal chance, it a game and a
half off tk aca with three game
remaining. ;. : .- ':.
"Naturally; T was tickled-to
near that Pittsburgh had knock knocked
ed knocked off Brooklyn," said Haney,
who arrived in Cincinnati with
his Braves last night for a game
against tne Redlegs today.
"We were Just getting our bags
In The f.laJors
(Based on 350 official at bats)
j NATIONAL LEAGl'B
' Flayer, club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 149 591 105 192 .325
Virdon, Pitt. 153 563 76 181 .321
Muslal, Si. L. 150 572 82 178 .311
Clemente. P. 143 525 68 163 .310
Boyer, St. L. 144 570 89 175 .307
Moon, St. L. 144 521 85 160 .307
$ AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N.Y. 145 526 131 187 .356
Williams, B. 131 383 68 134 .350
Kuenn, Det. 141 571 91 189 .331
MaXweQ, D. 136 480 96 158 .329
Minoso, Chi. 145 529101168 .318
Mantle, Yanks .......
' Snider, Dodgers ......
Robinson, Redlegs ...
Mathews, Braves ....
RONS RATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 127
Kaline, Tigers izs
Synpson. Athletics ..... 106
Muslal, Cards ......... 105
Btrra, Yanks 103
Mantle, Yankees ,".
Snider, Dodgers ...
Fox, White Sox
Aaron, Braves 192
Kjienn, Tigers 189 ;
" Mantle,' Yanks 187
Kaline, Tigers 187 1
Ashburn, Phils 186
T9X, White Sox ...... . 186
"(Based on 16 Decisions)
Newtombe, Dodgers .26 6 .813
Ford, Yanks ..18 s ".79a
Freeman. Redlegs, is 5 .722
Buhl, Braves ,.4 is 8 .692
pierce, wnite sox...20 ,690
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CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2904
unpacked when we heard the
news," Haney said.-"But there
was really nothing to celebrate.
Of mhim. It n ft a erwvl hrpo
for us and it makes things look
nicer out it sun doiis aown 10
th fnpr. that, mm hav tn kMn
winning all our games and ig
nore -wna JtJrooKiyn aoea.
Hanoy hat nominated Warran
Spahn (19-10) to fact tha ftadlegt
today and tha vataran laft-handar
wHI ba oppotad by Larry "Jantan
(2-2). Far tha Dodgert, who aro
back homa in Brooklyn, Sal Maglia
(11-51 will to against Jack Mayar
(7-10) of tha Phillin in a night
Pfnlf Thnmaa onrl Wnh SVlpnrl
were the chief "villains" as far
as the Dodgers were concerned
in the setback that really hurt
last niRnt ana gave tne rirates
three- Barnes out of four in the
Thomas slammed his 24th
homer off reliever Ed Roebuck
in the fourth inning to give
Pittsburgh a 5-3 lead and then,
after the Dodgers had -tied the
score on Gil Hodges' two-run
homer in the top of the eighth,
he singled home Bill Virdon
with the winning run in the
bottom of the frame for his
fourth hit of the game.
Friend, surviving a rocky start,
gave up three runs in the first
Inning and then held the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers st bay except for Hodges'
31st homer to post his 17th vic victory
tory victory against 16 setbacks.
It took tha Dodgtrt leu than 1 5
minutat to wrap up tha impended
cantatt. Clam Labina ratirad1 thraa
Pirafa battan in ardor in tha ninth
la pratarva Don No wcomba'a
oighth straight victory and 26th
win af tha taaion.
Lablne also started the retru-
larly scheduled game but gave
up three runs in the first in
ning and was yanked In the sec second.
ond. second. Roebuck took over and gave
way to Craig In the sixth.
Baltimore beat the Yankees,
5-4, on Tito Francona's two-run
double in the eighth inning as
Johnny Kuckg again failed to
notch his 19th triumph. Bill
Skowron hit a pair of homers
for '(the Yanks., Mickey., Mantle
saw action only as pinch hit
ter in the ninth and drew a
walk. Mike Fornieles registered
his fourth victory in relief.
In the only other game sched scheduled,
uled, scheduled, the White Sox blasted out
22 hits to defeat the Tigers, 14 14-11.
11. 14-11. Seven homers were hit In the
contest with Sherm Lollar and
Ray Boone hitting two apiece
and Larry Dobv. Charley Max
well and Red Wilson one each.
Paul Lapalme was the winner I
and rookie Hal Woodeschlck the
YISTERDAyS STAR Frank
' Thamat af tha Firatat, whoao four
hitt pacad Pittsburgh ta a 6-5 vic victory
tory victory avar Brooklyn.
NEW YORK (NEA) Top stee
plechase trainers are grooming
their best mounts for the $50,000
Temple Gowathney Handicap, a
two-and-one-half-mile test at Bel Belmont
mont Belmont Park, Oct. 17.
.............. October S
PITTSBURGH Spnt 55 MP
The still-fuming Brooklyn Dodgers
Diamea an "opucai illusion today,
for a short-lived hold on first place
in the ulcer ridden N a t i o a a 1
League pennant race.
Tha Dodgers held the top rung
an tha league for two hours and
45 minute Monday night But
wart dumped ta second place
because of what they believed
was wrong cail when Pitta Pitta-burgh
burgh Pitta-burgh plrata first bataman Dala
Long was at bat.
With tWD 1VM in tha istith tn.
ning and the score tied at 5-5,
uuiig wameu wun noger craig on
thA mnnnrl Rill Virlm tkA
ceded Long on base via the same
route, scored on Frank Thomas
single that gave the Pirates a 6-5
In the DnrittPt Hroccina iwtm
after the game the players gave
. . 1 1 .1 i .
vcuv iu uieir aispieasure in lan language
guage language that would make a long longshoreman
shoreman longshoreman blush. Some contended
that Lone had taken full
the last offering to him. But Plate
uiupue xue rineui ruled t h a t
Long had checked his swing after
Coach Billy Herman, wha had
onea managed the Pirates," ex
pretsad his displeasure with liv
Manaper Walt Aid
" ""."U OOIU 1UB
Dy on the bench jumped up
auu uuwu un me me cau.
Only Don Newrnmh u,h.
ed up his 26th victory when the
Dodgers tOOk a SltsnnnHo
-i, preceding the defeat, seemed
die of thet dressing room, he
laughed as he shouted "We'll win
R H Po A
1 3 2 4
Gilliam 2b 5
Reese ss 5
Snider cf .......
Robinson 3b ..... 4
Amoros lf-rf -.a
Furillo rf-lf S
Hodges, lb ,3
Camrjanells. .-. a
Craig p 0
DtiacKson k,.,... 1
35 5 10 24 12
Clemente rf ..... 4 2 11 0
aon cf 8 114 0
Walls If 110 1 0
Powers If 4 0 0 1 0
Long lb 4 1 2 1 0
inomas 3D 5 1 4 2 1
" 3b 0 0 0 0 0
Groat ss 4 0 114
r reese 2D 4 n 1 n
J. O'Brien 2b .... 0 0 0 0 2
Shepard c 2 0 1 0 0
Friend p 4 0 1 0 2
35 6 13 27 12
t a-HSt into doubleplay for Roe Roebuck
buck Roebuck in 6th.
b-Grounded out for Craig in
300 000 0205
310 100 Olx
SUMMARY Errors: Reese,
Hodees. Groat, rrt r Pnhlnarm
Amoros, Hodges 3, Long, Thom Thomas
as Thomas 3. Groat. Virdon rmuhlnc
Amoros, Freese. HR: Hodges,
1 nomas, aacrmce ny: Hodges.
Freese-Frlend-Long; Thomas Thomas-Long.
Long. Thomas-Long. Left on base.: Brooklyn 6,
rinsourgn 11. Bases on pans:
Lahlne 2. Pralor 4. iPrlin4 t a r
Labine 1, Roebuck 2, Friend' 5.
Hits on: LaDine 5-1 (pitcfted to
2 batters in 2nd),. Roebuck 6-4,
Craig 2-3. V Runs and earned
runs: Lablne 4-3, Roebuck 1-1,
Craig 1-1, Friend 5-5. Passed
(18-16), LP: Craig (12-11).
Babe Zaharias Hears
End 01 Long, losing
GALVESTON, Tex., Sept 25-UP)
Mildred (Baeb) Didrikson Zaha.
rias is nearing the end of ber long
and losing battle against cancer,
1 1 .1 ,
ner pnysiciang nave aisciosea.
Mrs. Zaharias physicians Is
sued their first "realistic" bulle
tin on the condition yesteraday of;
the 42-year old athlete who was
a champion at every sport she
She is steadily weakening and
sleeninff more and Inore. thev
disclosed. She -Is comparatively
tree of pain since a cordotomy
operation done earlier in the sum summer.,
mer., summer., 't J
Mrs. Zaharias' condition remains
the same," a medical bulletin is"
sued yesterday said. "There is
no fever and- there has been no
"However, she is perceptively
weaker than. she -was 48 hours ago
and sleeps a greater portion of
the time. The babe is rational
when awake, however, ; and this
morning she reports a particular
ly goodTnight's jest"-
LUCKY STRIKE ENTRY MAJOR LEAGUE Pictured above are the six men who make up ;
the strong Lucky Strike bowling team which rolls In the Diablo Major. League every Tuesday
evening: When this picture, was. taken Lucky Strike was in second place, only one game be behind
hind behind the leading team. Left to right, they are, McNair (Mac) Lane, Al Minor, Mario La La-Maestra,
Maestra, La-Maestra, Earle Best, Alrick (Swede) Nelson, and Capt. Ken (Woodie) Woodcock.
. - (Photo by Earl Duke)
Jr. College Football Squad
Will Be Ready; For Jamboree
To Meet Tomorrow
Al Colon Arena
By HERBERT MOISE
Making their first presentation
as champions of the 1956 Panama
Provincial Basketball League
the Balboa Beer team will conti continue
nue continue their rivalry against their
most serious contenders, at the
Colon Arena tomorrow night.
Thse teams played in the fi
nal series of the recently eomplet
ea season ana alter exicmng uak
boa bad won its first campion
chin in 11 vftar 1.1 X -j
" Colonites will be having their
second look at the Balboa team.
The outfit traveled earlier to this
Gold Coast and defeated the home-
towners Chesterfield by a close
two-point winning margin 63-61.
On the season the champions
have been able to beat the Smok
er four-times in six meetings. All
the games were thrill-punched
except the final encounter in which
the Beermen walked away with
the prize, from the very opening
of the contest.
The Balboa win brought to an
end a monopoly of first place by
the Chesterfield team.
The Smoker team will be bol bolstered,
stered, bolstered, with "new faces" in Dario
De Leon, Arturo Agard (rookie of
me yeari. ai jrazer. and Lou
Parfaith. ; : .,
In the opener of the evening, the
minor league champions' of Pana Panama
ma Panama will tangle with those from
Colon. The name of the Panama
team was not available at this
writing but the Colon representa representation
tion representation will be Deportivo Baby Salas,
a team which has not lost a game
wis season in over 20 outings.
Prices of admission will run a
long the usual fee of 25 cents J
ouits and 15 cents for children.
uaine urae is : p.m.
In Final Playoff
Series Till Tonight
tukuinto, sept. 25 (UP) T
International League season, which
started five months ago, has boil boiled
ed boiled down to one final game.
Rochester, nH Tnrnntn 1 11
meet here tonight, in the seventh
ana aeciaing mi ot tne final play
Off seriea Koltnn Riiuoii r .if.
7 .Moavu VI UIV
Wings and Lynn Lovenguth of the
wui proDamy De the start starting
ing starting Ditcher in this 11
game. Russell has lost his only
Bcawn- aension wnue Loven
gtuh stands at 1-2.
The Reda Winv mihmiI tv..
n ,,' 7-' wu behind Ellis ("Cot")
Mi uiiru piayon victory. Ed
Blake atartm) far tv.. 1 .....
. &n;ais But
was knocked out in the sixth in-
Mowed him to the mound.
loronio second single turns in
the thiril anri fifth i T
Kbchester rored back with' five
row m. the sixth and two in the
hEST. "e.."5f.P,ck .P their
The Commotion ...
NEW vrvijv i t.i.."
Antonelli sails serenely through
the warning part of the G i a n t s
seventh place season with a
ouaugc leeiuig. V
"I beat Brooklyn twice, shut out
l.inrinnntt uihan i 1
Birdie Tebbetts, and beat t h e
Byes. he observes. "I'd look
at the other dugout and see a guv
like Tehhotts half T.j't.j
ms clyb shut out. I wanted to tell
""". oriole, uoot at me
This is an easy life.,"
Mickey Mantle Still
Leading In Bid For
Balling Grand Slam
BALTIMORE, Md., Sept. 25
(UP) A walk in his only time
at bat In Monday night's gama
against tha Orioles left Mickey
Manila still with a six-point lead
var Tad Williams af tha Boston
Red Sox today in their battle for
the.' American .League batting
Mantle appeared only as a
pinch-hitter in last night's 5 4
Yankee loss ta the Orieles and
draw a pass that left his mark
vndiitrubed -at J5. Williams
and the Red Sex were idle, ae
he remained at .350.
1 Mantle else clung ta a four four-run
run four-run lead In the battle for the
runs battod-ln championship
with 127 ta 123 for Al Kaline of
the Detroit Tigers. : Almost ev everybody
erybody everybody in the geme had at
least ana R.B.I, yesterday as the
Tigers last a 14-11 slugfast ta tha
White Sox, but Kaline d I d n't
join the fun and failed to gain
an inch an Mantlo.
With tha homa run champion,
ship clinched. Mantle thus still
is in frant in his bid for a bat batting
ting batting "Grand slam."
Pro Grid Exhibition
Gianls Bears Best
By EARL WRIGHT
Tha Natinnnl 1Tnnlk.11 T
has ended lt avnihitinn fimniimi
and the results indicate the Ch
..on J XT. r
v8u ucui iuu ne xora; UianlS
will play for the 1956 champion-
if ausee aiaaium.
But don't hpt tnn hjuil
will work out that way. The NFL
title has been won the past two
years oy me ueveiand Browns, a
team that lost the bulk of its ex exhibitions
hibitions exhibitions before both those cam
paigns. V2 -:-.;- -:
For wtiat It' nmrfh !.
- - " Hb.V
the 12 clubs fared in their 1956
Coach Paddy Driscoll'i Bears
led the Western Division teams
with a 5-1 record! Coach Jim LA
Howell's Giants topped the East
ern Division 1 clubs with a 4-2
mark. Th Hrpn Raw 13 nnl..
(4-1) had the second best record
among tne western Division teams
while the Washington Redskins
(3-3) had the second best mark
among Eastern clubs.
" The Dre-seaum rMvmf "rJt
other Western Division teams: De Detroit
troit Detroit Lions, 4-2; Baltimore. Colts,
3-2; Los Angeles Rams, 3-3; San
Francisco Forty-Niners. 3-3. The
recoras oi tne other .Eastern Di Division
vision Division teams: Pittsburgh Steelers
2-3; Philadelphia Eagles, 2-5; Ch
cago Cardinals, i 1-5; Cleveland
Drowns, i-s. 1
' These records do" not 1 include
Cleveland's victory over the Col
lege All-Stars or the Ram triumph
over an armed forces squad.
Dpsnilp thir nnnr avhihl!
record, the Browns indicated Fri
day night at Chicago they will be
ready to put up a fight for their
seventh straight Eastern crown
when the regular season begins
Sunday. After dropping five
straight warm-ups, Coach Paul
Brown's huskies whioned tha
Bears, 24-14. v-.-s ''
in the other final exhibition contests,-the
Giants walloped the Car-!
uuiais, 1 1 uio obccici 9 uvieaiea
the Rams, last year's Western Di
vision cnampions, zu-17; the Red Redskins
skins Redskins edged the Lions, 19-17- and
the Eaeles defeated the Fortv.
Niners, 21-11 -.;".-.'.
Sundays nrst.ieague games:
Bears vs. Colts at Baltimore;
Browns vs. Cardinals at Chicago;
Lions vs. Packers at Green Bay;
Giants vs. Forty-Niners at San
Twenty-four boys have been
worxing nard tne past two weeks
to earn the eleven starting posi positions
tions positions on th JC football team.
Boya returning from Junior Col
lege "hard-luck" squad of '55
are Robert Fogel, Al BlackaU,
Tony Noboa, Rod Seely and Leon
Sharpenstein. It Is a good sign
to see mai an 01 tne returning
athletes are being hard-pressed
by newcomers to. JC.
: These new member "inrinrta
several with limited hlh arhnni
experience. They are Charles
Morris, .Mike Nahmad, Robert
Orvls, Dave HUliard, Washburn,
Dick Richter and Dick Home.
Joe Cicero, GU Smith, Bill
Hatchet, ..Wayne Brown, Jerry
Coffey, jJinii Fltepaltrlck, .Jose
Silvestre.. Jint Morris. Huirh Jnr.
dan, Bill Bennett, Frank Smith,
vnuca; wioci, rrea Rayoourne,
John Schmidt and Jack Jenkins
are nlavins thilr first nt
tackle football but ara learning
qiucauy., t v , ; t ;
Pete Lane., veteran Athletic
Club lineman, has also made his
services available if (he situa situation
tion situation get desperate. ?
Two excellent prospects have
been sidelined with Injuries, Bill
Coffey a fine back and Sam
Beckley a scrappy end will be
out Indefinitely. : r
After witnessing1 the Balboa
High School Red and White
game, the Junior College coach
feels that his charges could de'
leajt either of tne two squads
but la not commenting on JC's
cnances or winning wnen pitted
against both outfits on the same
What little has been learned
through 'Tiger Rags" the CHS
aggregation is loaded again' this
year and, again, on the basis of
the football displayed by Balboa
on Friday nite, should be a
heavy favorite to take all the
bacon from the hungry "Dogs"
of Balboa and the "Greenhorns"
of Junior College. ; : ;
This, the final week of prac practice
tice practice before the opening of -hos
tilities will be a busy one in Dia
blo and alt this time no starting
line-up for Friday can be an announced.
nounced. announced. .Balboa; too, has an another
other another week of practice available
and, with a four man coaching
staff dedicated to the task of
booting home .what until Friday
night was an odds-on favorite,
soma improvement ahould be
evident. ; ..
Sends Six Ga. Tech
Players To Ibspitel
ATLANTA (UP) Six members
of Georgia Tech's football team,
including three starters, were in
the hospital today and five other
plyers were sick as a result of a
George Volkert, who starred in
Thch's win. over Kentucky Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, guard Allen Ecker and tackle
uari vereen, ail first stringers,
were in the hospital along with
second string halfbacks Stan Flow Flowers
ers Flowers and Jimmy Thompson and
reserve halfback Joe Delany.
- Quarterback Toppy Vannna, end
Don : Ellis, halfback Johnny
Menger, guard Leon Askew and
fullback Johnny Thomason were
all sick -with the virus but, not in
the hospital. ,1;
Tech coaches said the boys
would all be out of -the hospital
and ready to play against South Southern
ern Southern Methodist in Dallas Saturday,
but they were afraid other mem members
bers members of the team might pick up
thv bug later and not have enough
time to. recover, before the game.
riBuuiBtw, cagiea vs. oimi ai
Los Angeles; Redskins vs.. Steel-
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (N)
Milwaukee at Cincinnati.
St. Lou s at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at New York
--'-""( O IV I 'bill
Completion of game of Sept. 23
Brooklvn an mi inn
Pittsburgh 101 100 0003 ft 2
wewcombe (26-6), Labine and
Hall. Kin r ff iim ... B.n.i
Face 12-13), Waters, Garber
Rrnnklvn uu .
Pittsburgh 310 100 Olx 6 13 1
uoine, Roebuck, Craig (1J.
11) and Campanella.
rna u7-) and Shepard.
Only games scheduled.
Pitchers' Second Half
Work Is Tale Of N.L
Pennant Race Standing
- i, y OSCAR MALIY
United Praia Sports Writer -J
u. XT..!" ."r vwi r- iu" l H
Tt iJ ,t T Puant race
IS told todav hv (inn, h U.k...
of the contending teams did in the
, nan a the season.
BrOOklvn Pin, mntU
w"ke off, raUying briefly
uiere- Ana "e uncin-
Tt'a all thi t.
"i. "1 pucners- twos:.
I. Those Dodgers made their run
.. .wmuug, oai juae-
-u- v.i crsKins u gave
them big second halves of the sea-
SOT!. Mllwaiib-M .1
lc.i?nti0i 01'7 because Warren
opann nan a his iui hu um.
the rest of the sUff was' in and
DrOOKJI T.siiirrinak ..j i
MDostein rT' -"nnny
- Big Newk Phenomenal
VflWOAmlu -It .1. mi m
...n., uu ui ngures, nad
a Dhennmnal l.t i. ..!.
7.-, inn. iu we ena
of June he was 9-5. From there
on he had a 16-1 record. Haglie
was a so-so 2-3 pUcher at the end
Af Jtllv filn.. .U I. 1
9-1. Erskine was 2-6 in mid-June
"""r" "en nas aooea u wins
against four defeats.
muwauaee nad only Spahn to
coma nn mtfc (k.1,v -..f a..
into midJuly he was 7-7 and since
tnpn hat naa am tt .1
---- --- u agamsi, uiree
1 .j u- ,0M els8 on the staff
jwucu nun in we sn-etcn run.
uio ieuoens ooasu that Hal
naa III, UCSl pilCDer 4H
r u The former out-
iiciuct ws a-i on tne noma half
mtr m..n.lil. r
IKlippstein both folded. Lawrence
Itaro. Iwa wmIJ Jl
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FORD CO iwc.PANAMA--Aw- ren No. SS TeL 2-12171
ruau raBAtBOA-Tenn. Bldg. TeL M90S
Teams W L Pel GB
New York 15 54 .631
Cleveland v 85 64 J70 1- -,
Chicago . 14 65 Mi 11
Boston . , SO 69 537 15
Detroit .... 7S 71 .523 17 v
Baltimore 66 83 .443 M
Washington 58 1 J89 37
Kansas City 50 99 J36 4S
, TODArs UAMRS '-'
New York at Baltimore (N)
Kansas Oty at Cleveland (K
Chicago at Detroit .,
Washington at Boston,
New York Slo an aiaa a a.
Baltimore' 000 100 22x 5 T a
Kncks (18-9) and Howard. '-
Pallca, Fornieles (4-8) and
Trlandoa. ; .T,
(Nirht Garnet s :
Chicago 005621100 14 23
"trqit 000 260 20111 14- l.
Keecan. Klndr i.v.i...
, Howell and Lollar.
Gromek, Masterson, Aber and
' Only games scheduled. ;
in the final half. Elppsteia sttrt.
. nQ nnisnea wim i-7. t
tpther late rushing pitching, stars ; i
thla aaaxnn avara u..u .1 1
T.i 1 7 ui
Baltimore, Johnny Antonelli of the
New York Giants, Herb Score of
Cleveland and Frank Lary of De-
troit. . . .-. '. i
Wilson Slumped Heavily
The year's biggest loser in the
second half nf tha 1. t
Wilson of the Chicago White. Sox,
"""ui ma conapse ox Lawrence a-
and Klinnstvin HiH thai- .i.,w :
Ulustrious damage, Wilson-started v1
out at a 10-3 cUp and since thea v
" ueeu cioooereo 2-11,
Also well bombed "down the
straightaway were Brooklyn's Ro Ro-ger
ger Ro-ger -Craig, Pittsburgh's Bob
Friend and Boston'i Frank Bulli... H
van. Craig sUrting off with an
8-2 record,, since has been 44. 44.-Friend
Friend 44.-Friend ent nff u n.o -j
. i4-u, aim came
iSS''.W1 wu Sullivaa
"Z1, ano smce hat
been no better than 4-4.
. A11 which would indicate, un- -less
the trend shifts dramatically,
that those there Dodgers will Ibo
wearing uniforms in October
Wayne BeUicaf lit
Steps Cygravcs ; o
-N1W YORK, Sept. 25 (UP)
Wayne Bethea, 202. of the U.
last night scored a fifth,
round TKO ever Jamaican Joa
Bygraves, m, jn a MtaediUea
ten-rounder at gt Nioholaa
Bygraves is the heavyweight
champion of the British Emi
1-re.. ,- J
TO P1KAMA AMERICA AN fSVTTfSVrST DAIIT NtTVSPAFER
fefejfise And', 4'$ Win For Pros :
. TTESDAT. SEPTEMBER 2S, 1956
Drowns Are Ex
Rolling As Ususl
t By BUDDY PARKER
Detroit Uont Ceeeh
The Chicago Bean again will be
strong, contenders because of their
o offense. If they can work out tome
of their defensive weaknesses,
IThe defending champion Los An Angeles
geles Angeles Kama again are loaded with
a tried Quarterback and passer in
Vvri 1. winnine to; Norm Van Brocklin and a sturdy
l.inr football haa boiled; defensive unit that rated near the
STo S requisites aitop against rushing in NFL stalu stalu-5c
5c stalu-5c dS. and a top-, tics. It led the league ta the .11-,
iii-i. nn.rterhack: important pasa imenxpuuuo.
Given those, and the rest of the!
talent any pro team can
, the rest of the pieces fall into
Folidwing that Une of thinking,! look out! Rick Casares and Bobbyi
hf rurSfnd Browns and th eiWatkins are great ball earners.
avearit snl t ten liimng! Quarterbacks Ed Brown and Geo-
in the Eastern Division of the National-Football
The Browns have, not had an
impressive exhibition-record, but
they've always been solid defen defensively.
sively. defensively. As the season moves along,
t.K- P.rini should be an out
standing quarterback, and the
George Ratterman-Panlli team of-
, The Giants wOl be real tough if
they can maintain toe momemum
of their fast finish last year With
Charley Conerly and Don Heinnch
k.iintf tha fliiarterback chores.
Jim Lee Howell has fine offensive
performers in Kyle Rote, Alex
Webster and Frank Gifford.
If Lamar McHan continues to
develop as a quarterback, the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago Cardinals could surprise. You
don't find better running backs
anywhere than Ollie Matson, Dave
Mann and Johnny Olszewski, r
Washington leans heavily on Ed Eddie
die Eddie LeBaron and will be rugged,
but doesn't figure to supplant the
Browns or Giants. Neither do the
Philadelphia Eagles, constructing
a new regime with recruits, t
, Pittsburgh replaced Jim FMcs
with Ted Marchibroda, and while
the young University of Detroit
. .t will nrovide the Steelers with
nimtv of interesting aerial fire
works, over-all strength appears
to be lacking.
Blanda are dangerous passers,
with ends like Harlan Hill.
Each year, Baltimore gets
stronger. Quarterback George
Shaw, a top rookie last year, is o
ver his initiation. He has top ball
carriers in Alan'Ameche and roo rookies
kies rookies Billy Vessels md Lenny
Moore. The defense is one of the
San Francisco appears ready to
make a move again up the stand standings.
ings. standings. Backs like Hugh McElhenny,
Joe Perry, John Henry Johnson
and quarterback Y. A. Tittle make
the 49ers a top offensive team, i
Tobin Rote again is the quarter quarterback
back quarterback bulwark, of a Green Bay
club which doesn't appear strong
enough to overtake the Bears or
Rams. ..' .. t -
The Lions had a tough year" in
1955, but unlike my collegiate
brethren, I'm not pessimistic, lhe
addition of tackle Ray Krous e
from the Giants and the return of
back Yale Lary from service
should strengthen our defense.
There's no better linebacker than
Joe Schmidt. The big question is
still Bobby Layne. If Layne can a-
void the .recurring shoulder sore soreness
ness soreness that has plagued him in the
past, we'll be back in the thick of
A word of caution about my size size-up
up size-up or anyone else's of the pro
t .m.i Mia mo linft nf race. :
reasoning, defense and quarter-l Jn this game, crystal gazers and
back, to the Western Division, a-jprognosticators have to be lucky
nything can nappen.
NO TACKLING DUMMY
A UP TO WW THE S '-'..VS. .Vli
.... I VI i : .Ik.-- r S l.i".s:;(N- l
Honaker Dean Of:
MARYVILLE, Tenn. (NEA)
With Amos Alonzo Stagg finally
retired, folks in East Tennessee
say Lombe & Honaker is the dean t
of football coacnes.
; Honaker, a 6-year-old native of
Wythevule, Va., started his 3Sth
year as head man at Maryville
College; a Presbyterian school,
this fall. He has coached college
football since 1918.
A graduate of Roanoke, Va.,
College, where he excelled in : all
sports, Honaker started coaching
at Huntingdon, Tenn., High the on only
ly only high school team he ever drill drilled.
ed. drilled. After a couple of years he
moved to Southwestern College in
lexis lor two campaigns. -Honaker's
Maryville teams have
won 160 games, lost 90 and 18 oth others
ers others ended in ties.
One of the highlights of his long
tenure came last month when
members of the Football Writers'
Association of America selected
him to receive that organization s
annual award to an outstanding
smau college coach.
1 HEAR YOU LOUD AND CLEAR
It Was Easier
Than Sam Thought
MARLBOROUGH. Conn. (NEA)
Now that his son, Larry, has de
stroyed two titleholders and an ex
champion within the same year,
Sam Boardman tells why he went
after what seemed to be over'
"The first big fight Larry had
was against Dennis Pat Brady,"
he says. "They nearly tore each
other apart. After that, I said the
heck with these young wildmen.
I'd look for some old, settled downl
guy who would rather box 10
rounds than get into a war.
"The only thing wrong is that
Larry didn't give them a chance
to prove I was right. He half-killed
Budd Smith and Sandy Saddler
and flattened Jimmy Carter."
k"r ""' """"I yXfiV V uih4Thi
i.iMimJL!!. ii I miii n iimi i
To tsld IV At the t new enesl are popping np U ever
well won have more experts than people. 8tlU, one more probably-wont
hurt. On the contrary, this one could do a lot of
f0Odif you read the port pages. It will not be news to you
that there is a lively market for high school football and bas basketball
ketball basketball stars. Most of the colleges, Including the sacrosanctl sacrosanctl-tiea,
tiea, sacrosanctl-tiea, romance them. The more realistic ones say it with cash
WdKto'ounBstet happens to be extra special he may get
as .many as 30 or 40 propositions. Doa't think this Is an exag exaggeration.
geration. exaggeration. A neighboring youngster I. know got 18 and his
credentials-were on the modest side: He made the honor roll
in the AlWStar picks, which is fainting with damn praise.
As a group, football players come from families in, reduced
circumstances, and to a very sizable majority an athletic schol scholarship
arship scholarship represents the difference between attending college or
goini: to' work, after high school graduation. ; s
Not all colleges are as Interested In turning out good stu stu-dents
dents stu-dents and young men of honor aa they are concerned with
Winning teams', bowl games and fat gate receipts. In fact, to
some youngsters.. and parents. .colleges, like self-service mark markets;
ets; markets; TV whoflunits and Marilyn M. Imitators, are all alike.
; h. niurht tii be someone to whom a thoughtful young
ster and perplexed parent, in such circumstances, can turn for
advice. Should the youngster go to college (A where he not
only gets a free ride,-but pleasure money, tailored tweeds and
transportation home for holidays and spring vacation; or
should be go to college B) where he can expect no more than
room, books, tuition? "'. "C "''i'.AT
. rhit hrintm us. suite obviously, to Lou Little. Few men' In
America, are so uncommonly well equipped to bring knowledge,
ability, understanding and feeling to a problem of this nature.
That's one reason why he and Columbia got along so well for
an manv years... Why coiumua was gooq lor mm ana vice
HIS HIGHEST TRIBUTE
Tt nia without savina the retiring veteran was a ton hand
in his profession, and, it must be doubted that he had an equal
' in getting a team ready, manually and emotionally, lor one
particular game. Until recent years, hardly a season went by
that a Columbia team,' didn't manage a spectacular upset.
- The-highest tribute to his ability came unwittingly from
California .snorts writers who referred sarcastically to his Rose
Bowl challenges of 1934 aa a high school team... and then were
forced to alt back ana.watcn tnem oen a powenui eiamora
team without aid of fluke or freak. typically, Columbia was
outweighed 17 pounds to the man, with Little using only 15
' players to Stanford's 36.
Te win was always important to eld Eagle Beak.:. The
heat dressed man in football" It fed a normal vanity and eon'
firmed a proficiency that the record, more often than not,
tended to obscure. His greatest satisfaction, however, was drawn
from the scholastic performance of nis players.
. Golden bantam? Hot guilty in utties case. As a young youngster
ster youngster he had neglected to burn the midnight oil and was deier-
mined none of his players would make tne same mistake. Few,
if any, first-string players ever xauea xa graduate, his attitude
took the form of both a crusade and an atonement.
vSo how's about making room for just one more expert? And
1 this one we can use. I
In later years Little. shocked his colleagues by shamelessly
'and aggressively proclaiming the virtues of education in pub public
lic public At a football writers luncheon here he said:
- "you ask why some schools always have winning teams, and
others don't? The answer generally lies in entrance require requirements
ments requirements and schoolroom, standards. Where these matters are
lightly regarded, it is not difficult to have wnining teams.
Where they are honestly enforced, it is" ?
Pressed for specifics. Little said: : -"Well,
the requirements at Notre Dame, for example,re
not as high as at Harvard, Yale, Princeton or Columbia. Army?
The requirements there are high but not as high aa ours. As
a matter of fact, then ts, no uniformity in this respect even
i among- the Ivies." ; i-,
This was no way to win nonorary cegrees or influence egg
Iheads, but significantly no rebuttals followed.
. Characteristically, all the men who had played under Little
4iiitnr Ym f'nliimrtio tsamirJi Icq m a4 nf Vila MdWnfltiKH
4 him (by mailt on the same day the news broke... "l just want-
ed to thank each of yon and to say I am grateful for the ex experience
perience experience I had in coaching you... We won some Dig one and
. we lost more than we wish we had. But even the lickings help-
ea mase m experience vaiuaoie ior wo and me.
BALBOA MEN S LEAGUE
Lobos Win 4 te take S point lead
The Lobos team in the Balboa
Men's League took 4 points last
Thursday evening to go 8 points
out in front of the second place
Vespa keglers. Rolling against
the Splits the Lobos has no trou trouble
ble trouble at all. Lead by Jack Ubben
who hit eame of 185, 180 and
9M for a nice 590 series every-
hin-vent smooth.. LaBeau. was
high for tne spins wnn no.
Vespa split two and. two with
the fourth place Panthers, rol-
ger hit high for me vespa warn
with 491 and Banks led the Pan Panthers
thers Panthers with 487. in the final
match of the night H. R. Knapp,
led by Ray Schneider who hit
kka nnV three easv tiolnts form
Lou Olud's Ebonites. Lehman was
high for the GWd enuy wiui
Isthmian was Chuck Nufies 519
and Ruth AKiyer 475, although
Barbara- Morrow was right be
hind with 471. Hi for Baxter was
Chuck Rogers 538 and Joan Rog Rogers
ers Rogers 469.-'Ht,rS-:,-li..V;;'.. ..''SV'-l
. The Ebonite Tornadoes gain gained
ed gained a tie for 2nd with C. A. High,
by downing Steward Electric 3
games to 1. HI for Ebonite was
Mario La Maestra with 605, and
Marge Dwyer with 414, also with
414 was Lois Thomas. Bi -for
Steward Electric was Ernie
Campise with 515 and Ray Cha Chavez
vez Chavez (Myrtle Sowell) S00. ;
Next week starts the final
round Of the West Bank League,
and there should be plenty of
action. Chevrolet takes on Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, C. A. High go against Stew Steward
ard Steward Electric and Isthmian will
meet the powerful Lou Glud's
Top Averages (Men)
Mario La Maestra 170 .-
Tom Kilgallan 166
Ed. Russell 159
682 660 667 2009
Vesoa !". ..
; 161 177: 153-445
. 167 159 124 450
148 132 :128 408
. 153 135 ,137 445
629 603 562 1794
Bob Morrow .'...'......V 166
Dick Brown .,,....... 149
Top Averages (Women)
Mayre Kilgallan ...... 136 :
' Norma Russell .". i 125
Joan Rogers ........... 120
-Myrtle .Sowell -J. 117
Audrey Strumpfer K, , 115
; Won Lost
By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With the contro
versy surrounding Lew Burdette's
ipitter." I'd like to know1
just what constitutes such a pitch
and why it is so valuable? Er Ernest
nest Ernest Miese.
Answer: A spitball is thrown
with saliva er aerspiratien. The
ball becomes slippery, rolls eff
the fingers m a manner that
.causes it: te take a nete-divinf
U uncommon break, much shara-
or than the avorogo sinker. The
ball dees net revolve as It dees
Q. A runner caught off first and
in a run-down runs into the short
stop who does not have the ball.
The umpire calls obstruction. To
which base is the runner entitled?
A. Second state.
Q. How can a batter bunt four
times in one time at bat? Jack
A. It happened In Brooklyn
mere recently. .Trying te sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice Felix Mantilla tt second
base, Danny O'Cennsll twice
bunted fowl. Thwrthe Milwou Milwou-keo
keo Milwou-keo second baseman Jbunted fair
bill, but Mantillahad called
time te chock signs with Char Charley
ley Charley Roof, coaching a first base.
O'Connoll then bunted another
fair ball. .,
C. A. Hieh
isthmian i ......
D. Strumpfer 152 192
A. "Strumpfer 118 148
Fowler 189 186
Klllgallan --. 318 245
Blind -. 125 125
TWO IN 33 YEARS
BRONXVILLE, N. Y. (NEA) -Alexander
Olsen holed a five iron
tee shot, on the par three ,155-yeard
sixth at the Siwanoy Country
Club for his second ace in 33
years of golf.
. s k 589 618618 1825
Banks t 179 157 151' 487
Irwin .... 146 1 94 135 375
Patterson . 153 127 s 157 437
Pope ; .. ; 161 98 155' 414
. V 802 896 804 2502
GtJMBS II Martes Sept. 23 ...
ADB DOWLING 6fL .... ....
639 470 598 1713
. 148 179
' 612 685
119 j 472
C. A. Bigh
; 144 186
. 192 188
, 807 902 727 2436
Baxter - --
, 166 180 141 487
. 134 159 176 469
. 163 .-164 130 476
. 176 '187 175 538
I J. Altizer
558 1837 1 Bob Morrow
C. A. High had their chance to
take 1st place, and mutied it.
Chevrolet bowling with a blind
managed a split with C, A High,
thanks to a wonderful series by
Tom Kilgallan 631, and a neat
last game by Audrey Ssrumpfer
191. This put C A. High tied for
2nd with Ebonite, since Ebonite
won 3 games from Steward Elec Electric
tric Electric Hi for C. A. High was Ed
Russell 548 and Fay Roach 449.
Had Mayre Kilgallan been -there
or any possible substitute, Chev Chevrolet
rolet Chevrolet would have taken 4 games,
in the battle for the cellar.
isthmian came out on top of
Baxter' winning 3 games to 1.
This relieved Baxter of a tie for
the 5tb, and into the cellar. Bar
C. A. High
. 170 149
827 800 854 2431
Austin and Agewood changed
places in the Classic League with
Austin taking a 3 to 1 win. Ted
Melanson, ..subbing for Austin,
rolled high game, 266, and high
series, 648, for the night Earl
Bestf'also totalled over 600.
For Agewood, Bob Toland and
Bi Balcer, scored highest.
Today Encanto .25 .15
Joel McCrea In r
W I CHIT A
Dennis OTCeefe in
"Us Vegas Shakedown"
Today .IDEAL- .20-10
"DRUMS of FU MANCHU"
Chaps. 6 7
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. 167. 146 178 491
.191 188 175 554
. 170 198 203 571
". 266 180 202 648
.' 244 178 178 611
. 148 191
920 930 873 2723
Seymour Agency also took El
Panama by a 3 to 1 margin.
Harry Colbert, 603, and Mike
Nunes,- 600,, led Seymour Agency
while Billy Coffey and woocty
Woodcock were high for EI Pan
Tom Thomas 147
La Maestra 186
A dad who had a boy play football under Uncle Lou gotlbara Morrow had a smashing,1
as big a break as the boy. They just don't make 'em any finer J 191 game for Isthmian, jji for Seymour Agency
772 796 804 2372
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Hoars 8 to 12. ISO to
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After hours Pan S-7050
Automobllct Fire, etc
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
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PANAMA RIDING; SCHOOL
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HI-FI RECORDS ;
classic, popdr an I"
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VMA. Beauty Salon
Learn 5 Dances lor io
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' BALBOA J-4239 .V
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Dr. SCHOU. train e ChlropocUst
Former RC Priest
Speaksot Rio Abajo
The Rev. John J. TJriarte Arrienjv an continued an investiea-
ef Los Angeles, California, wIm
was a noman ampuc riiesi iui
twenty-four years, wlll Jpe speak-
int at the Church of God in Rio
Aahio on Sundav nieht. Sept. 30.
At 9:30 on Sunday morning he
morning he will be speaking at the
Church of God in Rainbow City
and at 10:30 he will be at the'
Church of God iaCoton; He. will be
cneakinff in a number of church
a dnrins? the few davs- that he Is
In this ares.' On .Thursday night'
the former priest-wili De1 at J h e.
Malecon Methodist courcn.
(J(h at Via CstnAa
T;. t'i s-t2U ".
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. 'Qeotxtlo by
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Bancc Pldudario tlt -
BlokiulgOBJ .... ........
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Carr scoria Nadonal i... SI
Chlrleanajdo Locho .... 11
Clayoo 4'mbv a
Coca Cola .......
Ptot with- Cora, at". -PsaUUilijie
Kadontl ,M 0
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finaniaa, 8. A. V
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I C B S
OX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
I OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CZ.
Dr. Wendehake Medical Clinic
Dr night service. Opposite
'Chat Bank. Phone 2-1479 fan fan-ama.
ama. fan-ama. I-1..
STAMPS. PANAMA PRESI PRESIDENTS
DENTS PRESIDENTS templet, $3.50 par tt.
: Other approvals. Phn Clart
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i (NEA1 Teiephoto)
HIGH SCHOOL, IS ABANDONED Wooden supports prop up
.: -wing of the abandoned-high school building In Elk Falls,
stWthe town that 4s slowly linking into the. earth. Authori Authorise
se Authorise explained that a freaksEiaclal drift Is puHinVthe' "bottom
u(rr,om under tha town. Students are attending' classes in
other buildings. j t -'.:v,v- . ..
26 Women Convicts I n I nsolation Cells
After Riot And Attempted Mass Escape
RALEIGH, N.C. Sept. 25 (UP)-
I Prisons authorities held 26 women
l.Anvit ii... lenlottnn jolltt 'voetiar.
I Hon' into, a Saturday liot and, at-
.tempted mass escape trom worn
t prison eres ... r
Nintn prisoner Involved in
thr Saturday noon-time disturb,
ance wore sent to the Polk pris pris-sotv
sotv pris-sotv farm af Cory Saturday and
svn mor Sunday. Alb 26 will
be hold in isolation.
Prisons Director William 'X' Bai
ley announced the transfer -of the
adUonal seven prisoners, out aid
not say exactly how they: were in-1
Bailey said investigation showed
that 18 women who started the;
riot took part in breaking into the,
nson hospital to free a prisoner
eld there. He had said Saturday
that only five women broke into
These five, along with the wom woman
an woman they freed, climbed over a
fence in an escape attempt but
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
United States District Court Far The
District ot The Canal Zone
Sociedad de San Francisco d Sales,
Libelant, vs. S.S. Guayas and Compaftia
Comercial Naviera, B.A Hesponaenu.
In Admiralty. No. 4386, Process in
Rem and In Personam.
Whereas, on the Jlst day of Septem
ber, 1956, Sociedad de San Francisco de
Sales filed a Libel in Rem and In Per Personam
sonam Personam against the S.S. Guayas, her en
gines, boilers, etc., in a cause oi ion-
tract, Civil and Maritime:
And whereas, by virtue of process In
due form of law to me directed, return returnable
able returnable on the 12th day of October, 1956,
I have seized and taken the said S.S.
Guayas and have her in my custody:
Notice is hereby given that a District
Court will be held in the town of An-
con. Canal Zone, at i a.m., on the 12th
day of October, 1956 for, the trial of
said premises, and the owner or owners,
and all persons who may have or claim
any Interest are hereby cited to be and
appear at the time and place aforesaid,
to snow fame, if any they nave, why a
final decree should not pan as prayed.
.... Joseph I. Kinraid
' United States Marshal
Manuel J. Mendes G,
Proctor ,for Libelant. i
For pre-teens, teenagers,
couples and private
' By Appointment only
." for further Information
call BALBOA 2-4239
HARNETT & DUNN
FOR SALE: Baby crib mattress,
food condition $25. Houi 203,
Now Cristobal, thorn 3-2992.
FOR SALE: 1 pair mahogany
end tables $10; 1 caff a table
$5. 0920 Amador Road, Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. C.2. . .
Wanted To Rent
WANTED TO RENT: 1-ked-'
room chalet, bait residential lec lection
tion lection only, Phone 3-0679 after
'3 p.m. :.. ':
were recaptured immediately.
Hospital matron Ma Byrd
was slightly Injured when the
group burst into the hospital.
Sh returned to her job yeiter yeiter-dy.
dy. yeiter-dy. The riot broke out just before
lunch time, Saturday. A group c
women, described by Bailey as
"troublemakers" began shouting
and cursing- outside the dining
nau. tie. sam the oistrubance ap
parently was touched off by com-
piawis over a coio nracn.
The rioters turned over tables
set for lunch, smashed dishes and
crockery and spilled food from
containers. They wrecked the
mess hall, then smashed open the
uoor to me prison nospitai and re
leased a life termer held there
for mental observation,
TV's Liberace Meets
Al Waterloo Station
LONDON. SerA. 25 (UP) Llb
erace raced into London today
on a special train ana goi
noisy welcome from the largest
crowd of fans to greet an Amer American
ican American star in many years.
Fans jammed all the station
platforms and even hung from
the girders of Waterloo Station
tossing paper rose petals and
waving the banners of half-a-dozen
Liberace fan clubs.
The man who J made more
money from ca n d 1 e s than
Thomas Edison did from the
electric light, beamed on his
thousands of welcomers with a
toothy smile hitherto known on only
ly only from his television program.
only once did -the smile seem
to fade. That was when he was
greeted as he stepped from a
puiiman by Bob MonKnouse. a
British comedian whose imper
sonations of Liberace on TV
have been devastating.
Monkhouse calls his takeoff
"Hello everyone. Tm so thrill
ed to be here," saw tne poor
mans paaerewskif ; waving ,r to
the crowd..'-,'-4'.'.. 5
"We worked all night to shape
London, like a piano just for
you," murmured Monkhouse.
"This is my first view of Lon London,
don, London, continued' Liberace, looking
around at ;the gaunt, grimy,
barnlike station, "and i am very
much Impressed. It's Just
blessing to be here.
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ladacn fnikd apart iMat. 1,
2 bdrma, bet, cld watt.
Prom Panaar 1-441.
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FOR RENT: Modem apart apartment
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back yard and front yard, in in-tpeeted
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US Rejects Red Bid For Relaxing
Trade Behind I Bamboo Curtain
WASHINGTON. Sep 25 (UP)-f
The United States has rejected a
Chinese Communist bid for negotil
( ations aimed at relaxing U.S.
restricuons on irsae oemna me the communists as a result of the
Bamboo Curtain; the State De Geneva talks and previous confer confer-partment
partment confer-partment disclosed today. lences. There also have been
The department said "it 13 reports the Reds soon will release
hardly reasonable" for the Com-' the last 10 Americans held in
munists to expect this country to China.
enter into such talks as long a state Department officials noted,
the Peiping regima refuses to however, that "They are still
holds Americans as prisoners.
Tim announcement was issued in
reply to a Communist statement
that Friday that Red China had
proposed in Geneva that envoys
nf thn two nations tackle "the
Question of relaxation of trade
The State Department said M
TTnitril States reolied that It "is
not prepared to-entet Into a dis
cussion ot traae resincuons wiui
the Chinese Commuoists at a time
whn- thev continue to refuse to
renounce the use' of force in the
Taiwan fFnrmosal areo. .
It also pointea dui mat nra
China stin holds "American citi
zens as political tostages despite
oledee in me agreeu an-
- -t c.nt m ioac tn
permit them expeditiously to er-.
.u hir rioht nf rptnrn
!Jr2KL? J Z Umt-d'
st.t,. .nrt Red China have been'" based aboard the carrier
mtino in Geneva for months in;
an effort to thresh out differences
WwMn.the two nations.
..ThU country issued regulations
barring all trade with Red China)
fnl Inwina the ouibreax oi me
Korean War. It permits non-
.A i "' .. ''
' SALT Lake City, Sept. 25 -(UP
viv President Riichard M
Nivnn attled laryngitis and mua
influenza today, shrugged off his
rWtnr'e advice and insisted on
continuing bis whirlwind campaign
Dr. Malcolm C. Todd, Long
r. h Calif., staff nhysician on
Nixion's campaign swing, iota
newsmen the Vice P r e s i d nl
should be' able te continue his
grueling routine unless compli
cations set in.
"If he were a private patient, 1
would advise him to. stay in bed
'for one or two days," Todd said.
1 "But Nixon is insistent on carry-
ajing out tnis od.
The "job" involves at .leist 21
more scneouiea speecnes in a
States during the next nine days
Nixon croaked through a speech
in Salt Lake City last night but
was in obvious discomfort as he
directly accused Democratic FresH
UCUlOt OIUIU1UCO AU1A1 dKTCUIUU 1
c?ruon copyniK i icsiueuv xtuiuai.
"fair deal" policies.
The Vice resident was run
ning a temperature one degree a-
bova "normal (99.8 before the
speech and Todd said he
tas flushed and prespring as he
was rushed back to his hotel.
The doctor said he had suggest
ed Nixon not make bis Salt Lake
City talk last night but that the
Vici President was "insistent."
When he finished. Tod- put
Nixon to bed immediately in his
hotal room after .administering
dose of antibiotics and achromyzin
a new arug.
TAIPEI Formosa, Sept 25 (UP)
A Chinese newspaper today
reported the wedding of a 20-year-
old woman whose- wedding party
turned into a birth celebration.
It said Miss Chen Lu-chnu was
married in the morning and gave
birth to a girl in the afternoon.
"Some of the guests who had
not yet finished the wedding feast
stayed obligingly behind for the
child's birth celebration party,"
we paper saia.
FOR RENT Furnished house ia
Ecuador At. N. 2B with thra
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, interior yard,
f arate, hat water, linns room,
.dining room and kitchen.' You
can see it durinf office hurs.
- Also another house with 4 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garden, etc
FOR RENYi Chalot. Via Porraa
142, Phono 3-2575: Parch. 3
bedrooms, livinf room, dining
,FOR SALE Lata ia Arraijan.
$1 sj. "it., only 6 miles from
the ferry. Phone 2406 Balboa.
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Ladies goll Lapel watch.
Reward. 5-447 Mrs. C. Schaid Schaid-gg.
gg. Schaid-gg. Boa 447, Gatun, CZ.
atriteeic trade with other Com
Red China has released most of
the 40 Americans once held by
Navy ; Plane Crash
Hear Sicily KsIIs
21 Survives t
PALERMO. Sicily. Sept.- 25
(URJh-A' torrler.-basedU.S. Navyl
plane crashed in flames on-. a
beach near here today, killing
iwo'oi the three' men aboard,
.The survivor wss rushed .to the
civil hospital of Cefalu in critica
the plane burst into
stretch of the beach, at
feHce DeUa Boccellai Thi
fence Delia Roccells. The plane
On Homicide Charge;
Dies In Polios Car t
NEW YORK; Sept 25 -(CP)-The
nude, beaten body of Mrs
Caroline Meyer, 56, was found It
her one room apartment today
Her husband, George Meyer
was arrested a short time later
on a homicide charge. j
Meyer died in a poliee-automo-j
bile taking him to his arraign
ment. A doctor i a id Meyer,
apparently nao oeen sunen ng
trom a heart condition,
BURSSELS. Sent 25 fUPl
West Germany extended its fron-1 Doertitz will receive a $130 month month-tiers
tiers month-tiers today for the first time pension when he completes his
since World War H. j: iprison term for war crimes Oct. 1,
in a Drier ceremony nere, west government sources said today.
German Foreign Minister Hein
rich von Brentano and Belgian! Doenltz, who succeeded Adolf
Foreign Minister Paul Henri Hitler when the Third Reich crum crum-Spaak
Spaak crum-Spaak signed the documents an- bled in 1945, is to be discharged
nexing five villages with 800 from Spandau war crimes prison
inhabitants and a few square in Berlin upon completion of the
miles of land to Germany. Bel- 10-year' sentence1 handed down at
gium had taken over the territory,
attre world war u.
1. $600.0D ; (Aecumulxad) 2. $240.00 (ccumul,t.d) 3. $120.00,. (Accumulat.d)
". '.' Total .. .$960.00
. : ssd ell preduefs of "VIIliCOlA liCOHERA AIID DESTILERIA CE11TRAI"
FOR SALE: 1955 Chtrroltt
(2101 Fardar Sedan, two-tone.
Call Balboa 2596 between 4-6
FOR SALE -l 955 PontU Cat-
alma Coupe, excellent condition
$1900. House 077S. Apt. B.
Williamson Place, Balboa. Phone
2-3114, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth 4 4-dr.,
dr., 4-dr., excellent condition through throughout.
out. throughout. Phone 2-3775 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 D.Soto Fire Fire-done,
done, Fire-done, 4-deer sedan with radio.
Perfect shape, duty paid. Will
give away, $1175 Phase call
Lt. Catala, 673 Fort Gulick.
FOR SALE: 1955 : Mercury
Monterrey Hardtop 2-door te te-dan.,
dan., te-dan., Excellent condition. Reas Reasonably
onably Reasonably priced Call Pedro Miguel
4-634 between 5 and 7..
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
"76" dsluie 2-door sedan. New
tires,, radio', very good condition,
new upholstery fob. See at
221 1 -D So. A, Curundu. Phone
FOR SALE. 1950 Oldsmobile,
good all-around condition, best
offer Tor $450. Phone Criits Criits-bal
bal Criits-bal 2417 between 4 and 6 p.m.
Survival Team Flies
Of Crashed C-47
BUENA Visits, Colo., Sept 25-
(UP) A survival team left Buena
Vista at dawn today to recover
the charred remains of 12 civi
lians and military personnel kil killed
led killed when an Air Force' C-47 trans
port plane crashed into the side
of lofty Mount Yale.
The twin engined .- plane from
Peterson? Field it C o 1 o r a d o
Springes, enroute to Hamilton Air
Force Base Calif., crashed- into
the 14,172-foot peak at the 11,500-1
foot level shortly before noen
yesterdayiiA 'party )f seven civi civi-Hani
Hani civi-Hani reached the seen late
yesterday, and found no survivors.
Spokesmen- at continental Air
Defense Command at C o 1 o r ado
Snrincr BiH'nam0 nf ihm vintima
SerntlProD4by would be released some
time today alter notification of
kin. They said some- civilians and
at least one woman were aboard.
The survival team, was expect
ed to reach the scene early today
and remain there throughout the
ueputy SheriH Frank Mansheim,
jr. pi oaiiaa.uHo. woo 'tea the
civilian group yesterday, -said the
plane had smashed headon into
the side of the mountain. Onlv the
tail section was intact in the burn
ed and scattered wreckage.
-'We weren't too shocked by the
sight," Mansheira said, "because
we were so tired and had expected
to find what we did."
Gels $130 Mcnlhly
As Govt. Pension
BONN. Germany. Sent. 25 ftJPl
Former Grand Adm. Karl
the Nuremberg war crimes trials
' in 1945.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and (are
beach house. One mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phen Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottag,
Sent Clara. Box 435, Balboa.
Phone Panama 3-1877. Crisra Crisra-bl
bl Crisra-bl 3-t673.
Sept. 15 (PA-O Hector Crux, left, U.- S. Sales Manager for
LACSA Airlines, presents the airline's first new winter pro promotional
motional promotional material to Bob Bellchambers, president of, United
Tours Travel Agency in Miami, Florida. ...- i
..' The display is a three dimensional window and counter
card, with illustrated cut-outs depicting scenes from countries
on LACSA's routes, incliidinr Miami, Mexico, San -Salvador,
Costa Rica. Panama, Puerto Rico. Grand Cayman and Havana.
Soviet Diplomat Sent Home
On Complaint of Canadians
OTTAWA, Sept. 25 (UP) A ities incompatible With his con con-Soviet
Soviet con-Soviet diplomat has been sent, tinued presence in Canada, 'he
home to Russia on the complaint
of Canadian officials," it was dis
The Canadian government de
dined to elaborate on its reasons
for objecting to the diplomat's
presence. -but The Montreal Ga
zette said he was involved in an
attempt to use bribery to get
secret Information about a jet
Gennadi F. Popov, second secre
tarv at thn Bncsian ; emhassv
here, left Canada Aug. 12, a
month after the Canadian govern-,
mcnt protested to Soviet Ambas-(
sador Dmitri Chuvahin a b o u t
Popov's activities, the Canadian'
External Affairs Department said.
Victor A. Selivanov, a thiid
secretary at the embassy, has
k... reo0rted Implicated with
popov. but the Canadian govern
commeni on mat.
TheExternal Affairs Depart
tnent Issued a terse -'statement
saving: ''On July 12, the Soviet
ambassador was handed an aide
memoire stating that as Mr. G. F,
PopoV' nad engaged in activ-
i n a,n w r m
r 1 1 f i I I ii
September 23rd 4
fentMjmau, experienced Spanish
teacher, Elementary nd High
School, avaiUbl all weak after
8 a.m. to 2 p.m. full or part part-time.
time. part-time. All day Sunday. At your
. home or mine. Write' to Betania
619. .-. ,
should be withdrawn. Mr.
iuii vanaua on Aug. Li, i
The denartment wnulrl nnt' 4nL
firm or deny a report by the J.
Gazette that Popov was involvedfj
last wuiter in an attempt to bribe V
a civilian air force .employe fto
give him secret information about
the CF105 jet fighter plane being
developed by the -A. V. Roe Co.
at lis Matton, Ont. plant. s
But Canadian officials admitted
they had received a letter from
! Pat Walsh,, secretary-treasurer of
U Tl r ii ..
1,10 n-uanatuan Anu-iommunist
Secretariat,- in which he said. ha
wantedt o place a formal charge
in. connection with, the bribery
The letterdated Sept.: 22,' said
Selivanov was implicated-. with
ropov, out an external affairs
spokesman said, the action taken
- 1 against Popov '."was. quite,, inde-
penueno oi Mr. waisn s represent-
tations. He declined comment on
wucuicr ocuvauov was UIVQlveo.
Red China Promises
'Hands Off Tiny
TOKYO, Sept. 25 (UP) Com Communist
munist Communist China today promised to
xeei nanas on me tin; Himalay Himalayan
an Himalayan mountain kingdom -of NepaL
Nepal in turn agreed to with withdraw
draw withdraw within six. months the
troops it has stationed along the
caravan route between Nepal and
neighboring Tibet, which is. ruled
by China. . ',
Radio Peiping broadcast, terms
of the agreement signed between
the two nations in Nepal last
The two' governments also
agreed to exchange ambassadors,
expand trade, set up direct wire wireless
less wireless communications between.
Nepal and Tibet and guarantee
protection of each other's nation nationals.
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Mussolini's Widow Seeks to Sell
His Ransacked Castle Hideaway ;
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FORU. Italy -(UP)- A' bat ,to the castle-to sell It and what is
k: tered "for aale'V ilgn hangs on a still left,
half-shattered sate leading inti 1 R a c h e 1 1 e said that besides
1 the Rocca delle Carminate, one I smashing furniture and taking the
time retreat-of the last Fascist priceless souveniers. the "plun "plun-.
. "plun-. dictator. Benito Mussolini. t tierers even stole" the .three lions
It was In this medieval castle, hich Mussolini keot in a case.
O fortified with, solid battlements, .the cage is nov almost complete complete-that
that complete-that Mussolini was accustomed to ly covered by a tangle of bushes
retire in meditation before taking
decisions .which changed Italy s
history for many years.
The castle, given to the dictator
by the citizens of Forfl. which is
near the dictator's home town- of
Predappio, dates back at least
Here Mussolini kept a priceless
'collection of souvenirs which was
ransacked by foreign soldiers dur during
ing during World War II and by Italians
: themselves. i
The dictator's grey-haired wid widow,
ow, widow, Rachele Mussolini, returned
Girl Whs Asked
li G-:n l(l!l$f
Diss 01 Olasl
Sept. 25' (UP) A little girt ask asked
ed asked if a shotgun would kill a per person,
son, person, and- Jour hours later was
dead of a shotgun blast
- Reed Thomas, father of II-
S ear-old Judy Thomas, told po po-ce
ce po-ce he had borrowed the gun
for a hunting trip, and did not
know it was loaded or that Judy
was playlntf with it
:: Bill Sanders, a roomer at the
Thomas home, said Judy asked
him Sunday if a shotgun would
kill a person. Apparently she
later began to play with it de despite
spite despite his warning, and it dis discharged.
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The uttlb TUf5f3ElSIUCWORrH & K firm
BEU6VEK IN . ,
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TO A TWI0. :
"I keep my rabbits in the case
now," the 65-year-old widow, said.
"The castle itself was in such a
state when I came here to sell it
that I had to make my dwelling
in ine garage.";
: She said that most of all she is
sorry about the loss of the price priceless
less priceless lantern in the shape of a huge
pagoda which her husband bad re received
ceived received from Emperor Hirohito of
japan. -,, .;.,.'
"It kept the entire garden softly
illuminated," she said. "I misr it
very much. It was such a unique
Eiece of art that I believe it could
e easily found if the police really
tried." v, ,
She recalls in a quiet manner
the days of glory when she used
to come here to spend a few days
vacation with the dictator;
"I remember when we came
here the first time in 1930, shortly
after the birth of our son, Romano,
Benito was so proud of his new
son that he had a huge beacon
built on top of Roca delle Car
minate. Its light could be seen
from a distance of 31 miles. That,
too, had been torn down, perhaps
to steal Its lens. When the beacon
was lit for the first time Benito
staged a huge party with fire fireworks.
works. fireworks. He was crazy about fire
works just nice a uttie ooy.
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was left of a well-stocked library
the dictator had here. :
"They even stole an immense
mahogany tabln and 24 armchairs
which were used for the meetings
of the Fascist Grand Council.
which were held here several
times," she said.
The Royalty of, Radio and Television
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4:15 Glfrty Timt
4:9 Robert 4- Ltwil
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6:30 Zd Parade
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7:39 Stop Tht Miu.a,
S:W Boo Hop
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10:04 Studio On
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4:0 Garry Mnnr
4:18 Godfrey Tim
4:3 Robert 4. Lewia
4:45 Jan Froman
I M Vims Party
1:30 Captain Gallant
1:00 Newa and Pajwruu
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B OO Klama
1:30 This U Your til
1:30 Big Pictur
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"Let the people knote the truth end the country is iafe', Abraham JJntoln,
PANAMA, K. r, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1956
GOP To 'Peoples Needs
LA PAZ. Bolivia. SeoL 25 (UP)
The government today accused
its opponents of causing "cut "cut-rages,
rages, "cut-rages, death and arson" in
series of weekend hunger riot3
and Dromised it would be firm
in maintaining order.
Nearly a dozen opposition lead leaders
ers leaders tookTefuge in foreign embas embassies,
sies, embassies, traditional asylum in Latin
American countries, as the
government clamped a "state oi
celled its program of political' f
pacification. 1 1
Interior Minister Jose Fortui (
said the National Revolutionary! i
Movement (MNR) government
would keep public order without
leniency to anyone.
His statement followed by 24
"' By TOM NILSON "We are not against big busi- Stevenson (also criticized the be squeezed out," and in the President Hernan Sites to quell
" j ness," he said. "We Just do not administration's foreign policy in farmer's "struggle" to survive. Ithe riota'in which at least four
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla., Sept want to be ruled by it and, his Tulsa speech. .. : j "This force shows itself in the persons were killed. Scores in-
Mr rm 1J1.I V C.. t liAWavl it I 'UTA miief- fnt Muffin mi fnArtPV in ktitlf) am AmskiMAei mi . . I
charged today that the Eisenhow-I Stevenson's speech was pre- emies, boasting to our friends and: massive and so impersonal thatr Qscar Un'zaga de la Vega, head
tr administration has been taken' pared for delivery at the Okla-1 misleading our people here atthe ordinary individual f of the Socialist Falange. the chief
ever by "Dig interests wnicn are noma iie iiirgrounus loiiuwmgjuuiue, ne sua. uwiutu s uu powerresi iu me opposition group, took asylum in
"indifferent to the people'sla motorcade from Tulsa Okla., In his Oklahoma City talk,) shadow of bigness." Ithe Venezuelan embassy together
eeH with stops at'Bristow and Chand-Stevenson said the prosperity ofi Stevenson said "biwess has
The 1 democratic presidential ler, Okla.;- en-route. r- thefarmelr-, and "the small busLlbeen on the verge of triumph be members of the Chamber of
- : ..J 4 k a T ...All I Af Tulsa CUimhmii ' tnlt.-' n oeom am nJ ucietK1v Amam 4tiAi fntA hllf thttt e1aii "niheii tkak I
nuluinee ICCUaCv Avcuuuucans sum, oicvcusuu vuiu e ucaomau aim isuosauaj icu uicuiivii ww uinii ai" mj a Traiaj, uig ilPniiriAfl
Of running the government "to crowd at the County Courthouse existence is being threatened." (danger was greatest, a leader ap- brothers Demetrio and Luis
the disregard and neglect of the tna: tne Kepuoucans nave a "con- "iney are in aanger oi oeuig pearea ana spow lor ine ordinary Canelas. prominent newspaper i
NEW MAYFLOWER LAUNCHED A replica C the 17th Century Pilgrim's S t!JPM
flower, slides into the water at Brixham, Devon, tDgis-iWgi '3
ed by Reis Leming. a former American airman who won the Oeorge Medal tor rescuing m
people in the coastal floods of 1953. .The new Mayflower S to take twoonth t
journey to the United States next year. - "a w taxe two months to
First Aid Course
For Local Rate ;
farm or. th workinffmon th iistent "record of oddosiiiC Demo swallowed uo by big coroorations man.
Small businessmen and the other cratic measures to end poverty! in alliance with big government As examples, he named Andrew
" plain people of the land." I since the days of Herbert Hoover.! in a world which has become Jackson, WilDam Jennings Bryan,1
Stevenson said, the conflict in He said Vice President Richard dangerously' indifferent to the fate,Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D.
th onmina iiption is "hnw tn M. Nixon's wardx two niehts aco of the little m-n." he said, r 1 Roosevelt. :,y 1
preserve -the little fellow, the in-about poverty being wiped out if Stevenson ? said this "threaf'i "We face the same threat of publisher of the newspaper-Los j of the Marine Bureau and safe safe-iivldual,
iivldual, safe-iivldual, the many from being the GOP stays in office were a shows itself in the "tendency for bigness today," he said. "And in xiempos, of Cochabamba, which ty inspector. Locks Division and
engulfed by. the big fellow, the "hollow echo" of Mr Hoover's big business to become bigger, this election, the .conflict is funda- nM been closed for some time, Aids to Navigation Section,
lew. ,. I statements in 1928. v and for the small businessman to mentally the same one on which tnd bis brother were entertaining which will 'be open to all local
men. fled to the Pans! Nunciature.
Guatemalan embassy. Z&:
Demetrio Canelas, owner ana
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rs i ii c i -I
' fNEA Telenhn'ni
STEVENSON SPELLS OUT FARM PROGRAM Democratic presidential candidate Adlal Steven- -son
addresses the crowd -at the National Field: Day at Newton; Iowa. Stevenson, in his flrt
major farm address of the campaign, spelled out his agriculture program he proposed 90 per
Cnt price; supports, a world food bank, and other Steps which he said would "stop and
reverse the decline of farm prices."
Jackson and Bryan and Wilson y,, p,p,r Nuncio Msgr. Humberto rate employes of the Locks Dl Dl-and
and Dl-and Roosevelt fought w how to Mozzoni at dinner when- police vision. The classes will be given
preserve ,the httle fellow the raided their home and tried to Wednesdays and Fridays for six
udnmn, the many from -being trrest them.. The nuncio tele-' successive weeks. Twenty em em-engulfed
engulfed em-engulfed by the big fellow, the nhnn-H v0Hun and obtained his nlovt have slreadv reirlKtarerl
fcw: 5 i'V I approval to take the two brothers for this class. r :;
Stevenson said business;, has -to y,e nunciature as his guests. The class wifl be given at the
l "rnoJf ?!Sf in Rioters;armed with rifles ran Maln 0ffice conference Room at
t,n,i UC m Vud lE: L,.uP" ASlWl Pedr Miguel Locks and wUl
lh Fa u'tcSSSS sh0- con-
ana not enuuea w run Nacibii and ;.the uumani raaio,
government vn ne oisregaru mna station before police and armea
negieci m iub irmer, uie workers stopped tnem
lngmen, uie sinu dusiucssihcu
and the other plain people of the
land," he said. :
"For.- when Mf interests cap
ture control of government, then
government becomes inainerera
to the interests of the people.
Such a government thinks in
terms of statistics it thinks
less of the people on whom the
businesses themselves depend and
for- whom the government, Itself
exists.--,' v ';-'
"That, he said, "is the kind of
government we ; now nave in
Washington." -f 1
Stevenson said he respects the
"kindly intentions" of President
Eisenhower and his associates
but he detects ; "no passion? for
"ordinary" human beings" ,in the
people around the President.
Hag er ty Flays ) GOP C a ndidate Who
Mininterpreted Ike's Farm Quote
WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (UFW He said Mr. Eisenhower "didn't; Eisenhower ""will present tht
A Republic congressional candi I recall hearing such a remark" facts of the farm situation
date .was slapped down by the and that the Soence Quote did not Ha Bert v said he tone o,uk
White House today for suggesting jibe with the President's "opinion Sen... George D. Aiken. (K-VU that
.. A I6DWCUI dk...uwTT4 ; UJlll&a fli.u v..AJi cossu Avcuugs 1 nuwM. UICVCU3UU W&S Ulllg Q Create a
mm larmeri mourn iop situng smau tarmers. . . iarm
around "and eo to work." r 1
White House news secretary
James C. Hagerty said this view,
expressed bv GOP candidate
George S. SpenceNrf Tennessee's ly," Hagerty said. facts need straiKhtenihC out i
fifth district, "certainly does not 1 think the presentation of the facts
in any way, shape or manner re- He added that Mr,. Eisenhower need straightening out."
fleet thev President's thinking." will deal with the problems of He also indicated that Mr Ei Ei-..
.. Ei-.. Soence was one of 222 ReDubli- small farmers in a section of his lenhowwumniH iir k.I.....
can candidates who stopped by, farm speech at Peoria, HLi to-, campaign load during the stretch
the White House to have photo-, morrow night, , -:; drive next month. Asked about
depression "for hi
. V i selfish political benefit
-we. nave prooosea many i Asked whether th. f.f.
things during our administration' needed to be straightened out.
to help small' farmers specifical-i Hagerty said "I don't think the
Cushions From Lost
Ball Player's Plane
Found Afloat In Bay
BALTIMORE, Md., Sept 25
me mrs uuara nas ouiciauy
bandoned its search for Tom Gay
tall. 23-vear-old Baltimore Orioles
baseball player who is believed to
have crashed in Chesapeake 'Bay
in his light airplane.
Gastall has been missing since
dusk last Thursday, when traffic
control at Harbor Field reported
that he had radioed he was going
to crash land in the water.
The five-day search for Gastall
elided soon after nightfall last
night and coast guard air and sur
face units were placed on alert'
status. Searchers found two seat!
cushions floating in the bay that
were identified as coming from
erspha made with Mr. Eisenhow
er for use in their campaigns.-- j
In talkine: with newsmen later.
Spence said he told the President
that small farmers in his area are
50 Families Flee In Refuge
From Blazing Forest Fire
RlrnWAtjnTVrt r-.i: n .1 .
W x:riip7 1 I V'' i :MU,1W me roaas, serving as
f. ih, (Ul- 7 Au mjor forest runne" t0 "n miUes of the
toe that r. skirted the Rim-of-the-' shifting fire conditions.
World Highway ,and threatened! r.,w.,. cona"lon8'
mountain resort areas around' u j, n d ,n nour notice to
Lake Arrowhead was checked Du.n1(llenuP our things and get out,
said Dr.. Stewart C. Cole, who
Enters High Bid
Fcf Old Building
? High bids1 totaling 110,305 were
entered by Chain Singh for the pur
chase and Demolition of several
atructures located in various1 com-
munllcs in the Canal Zone. De-
posito Lalli with a bid of $100 was
low on tne registrauon oi i w
formed building sites.
Bids for the work were opened
yesterday morning ln: the Ad Administration
ministration Administration vBuildinf in Balbo-
Other contractors making out -on
the work were T. 6. Butler and
Sons and Ventas Generates. 1
Buildings scheduled for demoli
tion under the invitation included
the scout shack and cook shack in
New Cristobal, the former labor
camp building at Camp Blend
a gate guard, building at Mount
hope, the old Special Engineering
Office in Gatun, the former U. S I
rate bachelor rooming quarters
in Camboa. the old commissary
building at Summit, two quartersjt was described officially as a
uujiuiHM ui wumi, i j- "transurethral resection."
quarters building and I the boys, vilon, a former president of
dormitory building in La Boca and General Motors Corp., has been
irv-rsi miscciiaueuus irociurr5. efeng- -hlef mnr than twice as
it uniy one prong of the blaze ""ui"ca resiaence at Cedar
swept on uncontrolled.- But its GIeB 0D tne lake front. "We got
path was through a bushy, un- out ""dnight. The smoke was
populated wasteland between set-10 we bad to travel in
Uements. The U.S. Fqrest Service cmyan- We could see only the
said the blaze still posed "an to fr1 f ; :
outside threat" to an area where! Oi, I 1 :
more than 1,000 persons lived. - Writer "Don Ryan, who lives in
No civilians were injured al-tne Arrowhead region told of the
though, several firemen were eene touching".- sight, of the
burned slighUy, i evacuation. . i t, v u'(
f Between 15 and 20 resort homes "Most of the. rr h a.
ana cabins, uninhabited in the. dressers or refrigerators ronXTtil
fS Cfved '-rtrBr? '5 And dogs, eau and other pets had
t FriStv fl.t0 -Ched wild- frightened look In their
last, Friday by the flaming crash eyes." T
of a Super-Saber let plane. 1 ' i ',, .., f
Thousands of acre of some of Fiftv f ih.
stands of pine ,fcand fir were, .."There were only 16 Bidsrf
iv. miufciBh ,,,c"" oine" on me grass lawns
a paveq jmle-high road that is a or in the lohhv."
San Bernardino Mountains, plus
1,700 fire-fighters, v checked the
path 'of the flames at .all 'but one
point. Ana at that point the blaze,
: WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (UP)
Defense Secretary ,C h a r I e s E.
Wilson, 66, underwent prostrate
surgery- yesterday and wilT be ab-' driven by southwesterly winds',
vu.v. ,iui juupea tne roaa ana swept Into
three weeks. , the waMiui ....
For a time; yesterday it wis
feared the blaze, shooting tongues
The Defense Department an announced
nounced announced that Wilson underwent
surgery at Walter Reed Army
Medical Center here "to correct
a b e n i t n prostatic condition."
Doctors reported that no sign of
caner was found and said Wilson
Is In no danger, i
.frostate gland., ailments are,;
tairiy common in men oi Wilson s
age.- Gov. Averell Harriman of
New York underwent -surgery lor
a similar ailment. ",
The department' said the 75 75-minute
minute 75-minute operation was performed
by Lt. Col. Kryder E. Van Bus Bus-kirk,'
kirk,' Bus-kirk,' chief of the urological clinic.
Resumes Training ;
Washington; sept, ss (UP)-
of flame 300 feet into the air at The 60,000 ton super aircraft car car-the
the car-the "hot spots," would leap the Her Saratoga has resumed train train-plghway
plghway train-plghway at other points and en-ing operations at sea after under
gulf the multi-million dollar com-! going Kpeairs at Guantanamo Bay,
plex, of resort homes, mansions Cuba, for the past three weeks
and ; business structures in the) The ship, second of the iper-privately-owned
Lake Arrowhead carrier class to be built, develop
area. Some 50 families were ed trouble on its first shakedown
evacuated.' ," t cruise enroute to Guantanamo.
Scenes d tense waiting, filled The Navy said yesterday the
the night among other residents stopover in Cuba was to "correct
and vacationers. Forest service difficulties in lubrication systems
men' and volunteers In Jeeps pa-of, the forced draft lowers." .7
Two building sites, one in Ancon
and one on Balboa Heights, were
included in the project for restora restoration
tion restoration ,.
' PEORIA, HI., Sept. 25 -UP-
John Esplnosa,.. 52 chose the
wrong target when he selected
Napoleon Wofford, 62, for pistol,
long as any of his predecessors.
There has been some speculation
that he might retire at the end
of President Eisenhower's current
Asked last Thursdar whether he
planned to; resign after the No November
vember November elections, Wilson:' replied
"Not that I know."
- The Defense Department said
Wilson is expected to I leave the
. ... I","00"'. i" Vlc.e President! Gastall of FaU River. Mass.. re-!
niiuujci uiisa ui luc uu vauui- iwuiuu al.. n Aon deiirvm trta MAivaifi aAta4J ja aaa km... a; . j it A :n
Amt r.Mruft u Millar nf th Prinf cU,M Hrt Pysu w,yw uuua; pricuce aunng sin irxumeni, nospuai m 1 o iu aays oa wiu
"-y60? Miner ot we msident shQuld do more', cam for' siffninff with thu Orin M tuha tuff! ..LJZa .Jisiui.a.i m ri.v. r A
V.""?.,,.8" ana season, ne nad starred m both tic al flesh wounds. He then nicked recuperatlne at home. He can-
11th Missouri district, said the: naisnine.
President miria th nninr that he tinted that it n ctill .i c
"finally realising that to make a is -"definitely for the small farm-i tember." .Tv" r
living they have to get off their er." ; It was a year ago today that
butts and go to work like every
: body else." 1
Furthermore, he said, Mr. Ei-.
- senhower agreed with this senti-
- inent. -:-T"T'y' -nf -' --y.-
t When reporters asked Hagerty
about the reported exchange, the
- news secretary went directly to
the President and then railed
"'newsmen to a special conference
' Mr. Eisenhower suffered a hnjrri
The administration's farm polk attack which
cies have been under heavy thought at the 'time would end
attack recently from Democratic bis political career.
presidential1 candidate Adlai E. His recovery, according to asa.
Stevenson, who has charged that.ciates, has been so complete that
baseball and football at Boston U- up. length of lead pipe and bat-
mversiiy. tte was marnea an altered Esplnosa so badly that Es Es-the
the Es-the father of a 15-month-old child. Ipinosa wound up in a hospital.
Weather Or Not
' This weathtr Ike 24
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aara4 by Hi Mfaoiloieal ane
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26
there is. a "farm depression,
Asked whether the President
would reply to this charge in his
Peoria speech, Hagerty said Mr.
PIIM Wins Control
PORT' of Spain," Trinidad, Sept.
the President now Considers him himself
self himself fully healthy and givea no
thought to a possible recurrence
01 either heart trouble or tne in.
testinal ailment for which he un
derwent an operation last June
On World Situation
WASHINGTON, Sept. 25 (UP)-
w5. (UP) The People's National President Eisenhower today grant grant-Movement
Movement grant-Movement (PNM) won control of i ed the request of Sen. Estes Ke-
the Trinidad colony's Legislative
Council in yesterday's elections,
final returns showed today.
The PNM captured 13 of the .24
seats at stake in the Colony's first
elections under its new constitn
tion. Party leader Dr. Eric I?.
Williams will be asked to form
the new government. 1 j
fauver, Democratic Vice Presiden Presidential
tial Presidential candidate, for periodic secret
briefings on the world situation.
The briefings will be given to
Kefauver, as they already are be being
ing being aupplied to Democratic Prest
dential candidate Adlai E. Steven
son, oy tne central intelligence A
gency. . .,
Kefauver protested recently that
be was placed at a disadvantage
didate who was not being, given
Final returns gave the PNM'S
main opposition, the pro-East In
Hindu People's Democratic Parli cces to inside information aobut
(PDP) only live seats. The am roreign iteiations. He point
ter Party won three 'seats, the! d out that Vice President RL-K,
1 :2S a.mi, Trinidad Labor Party two, and rd M, Nixon received the CIA re
1 :54 sua. 'an Independent one. ports.
celled three speaking engagements
scheduled for Danville, Va., Aus-
tin, Tex., and rhiladeipnia-
500 White Pupils, Boycott Schop) Schop)-Following
Following Schop)-Following 3 V eeks Of Integration
HENDERSON, Ky., Sept. 25,-f with no previous sign of difficulty boards had ordered desegrega desegrega-(UP)
(UP) desegrega-(UP) Nearly 500 of the 853 white for almost three, weeks. tion.'
pupils boycotted the Weaverton! The red brie': county school is Ferguson's ruling ended student
Consolidated School today in pro- located on the outskirts of the boycotts which had reduced white
test against the enrollment of city. The-city schools have been student attendance at the Clav
Negroes. integrated without difficulty so school to zero and at Sturgis Hign
, 'far. ; 1 School to less than 50 out of an
Cs B. West, Henderson County West said, "School will con- enrollment of 275.- ',
superintendent of schoofs, said tinue, buses will run and children! ?
thf five Negro pupils were en- will be safe." He added that any I The troops were Withdrawn
rolled In the primary grades two parent keeping theii- children from Sturgis and Clay last Sat Sat-weeksago
weeksago Sat-weeksago without incident. out ol school because of concern urday. The National Association
Henderson County adjoins both for their safety need not worry.l for the Advancement of Colored
Webster and Union counties,' The superintendent d i d not' People has filed suits in U. S.
where school boards, basing their think it would be necessary to District Court at Owensboro, Ky.,1
actions on an opinion by the state seek state police- or National seeking injunctions to compel
attorney general last week barred Guard assistance, to maintain desegregation of both schools.
Negro pupils after school strikes, order. v s i s I West thought the boycotts at
About 100 persons gathered in National Guard troops moved Weaverton possibly stemmed I
front 01 tne Weaverton school', Into Sturgis and Clay, about 35 from the appearance here last
this morning. Several policemen miles from here, on Sept. 5 after, Saturday night of W. -Wright
wen on hand, but there was no anti-integration disturbances at! Waller Jr., Morganfield, Ky.,
disorder. Some parents entered Sturgis High School and Clay head of the Union County White
the school to bring out their Elementary School. t Citizens Council. :
children. ; ;?: .;Jf:.,C'.t:.'"M I Eight Negro children at t Sturgis He spoke to a crowd of 800 lo
v-'and. four at Clay, finally were 1,000 persons- at the Henderson
Integration of the NeerO chil barred from the schools after Countv Courthouse. It was a slm-
dren, two in the first grade, and State Atty. Gen. Jo M. Ferguson ilar speech by Waller at Sturgis!
one each in the second, third and held they had no right to enter a week before that touched off :1V
fourth grades, had proceeded the schools unless, the school the boycott of the Sturgis school's.
PWCfS: .60 JO
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Tne greatest Eaisr.. in Tne
sreatest musical of 'em ail!
' Jane Russell in !" ;
In the tradition of Wyart Earp...V.'!lJ
BiSI Hiclcok...Bat Mastftrson...e;!!y the
Kid. ..Jess James. ..como
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