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r TO EISCUSS SUEZ CRISIS On their arrival in Dhah Dhah-r
r Dhah-r I'i'il Arabia, to discuss the Suez crisis, President Shukri
vat'v (left), of Syria, and President Gamal Abdel Nas Nas-c:
c: Nas-c: ht) of Egypt, Join hands with Kin Saud. Syria and
i Arabia were reported ready to reaffirm Egypt', right
aUonalize the canal and to declare that any .aggression
-.t E"yDt would mean war with the entire, Arab world.'
"IS, rcpt. 28 (UP) Brlt Brlt-prned
prned Brlt-prned s -rain today that It
i t accr yt any settlement
fuu canal situation
1 .vis the vital water--
-r 'f-r tbe control of one
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.. Sept.
(UP) United Nations secre-lary-fiicral
tmrnonrd the Big Four ambassa-
(i, -, s n.l Jordan and Israel to ur ur-g
g ur-g r,t roi.sultation today on the lat lat-(4
(4 lat-(4 (wiiireak o Palestine border
i uiiuiiiarskjold called in the U
N. ambassadors as soon as he ar
rived at headquarters this morn morn-in
in morn-in aid studied reports on the Is Is-ra"a
ra"a Is-ra"a reprisal raid on Jordan last
r, '.t. ''
inrrtin said Israel lost 150 men
in tie raid and Jordan lost 21. Is Israel
rael Israel said they killed-about 50 Jor
danians and lost live men.
: 4mhaai1nr Mfnrv Cabot Lodge
Jr. of the United States, and
ir i Ambassador Bernasi Cor-
nut i, '.'.: hurried to meet Hanv
maru 1. Lritish Minister P.M.
Crc-7 : a ;e, deputy permanent re-
t.'!v at the UMi 101BIS
t.i i almost immediately; and
i ambassador. Sir Pierson
t ic in arriv finnn.
"i ;i -'jnian Ambassador Abdul
T" Kiiai was to see liammaw
t 11 a.m. with Soviet Am Am-.
. Am-. Arkadv A. Sobolev arriv
i i 11:20 a.m. Israeli Minister
c R. Kuiron, his country'ai
, J UN. Rem-eientative wa
I i.. .4. j w w O 1 I
i ., "i i ,. 0 cl
1 f 1 tttnrtf t I f n
A n yr r -old soldier from Co.
Ifi!itrv Itegiment was
I in a drainage diteh
fir t; e
i t. Davis Post Ollice at
this morning. . ;
.!y, lying 'face down in
e inches of water was
i by a paper boy. Cause
i t is not been determined,
t: was no apparent indi indi-i
i indi-i i f foul play.
s :sy is being performed.
: r's name is being with
t ; 3 notification of next
:on 1 ',
c has been discontinued, merican Woman" la what the
11 announced by t h e trade calls a controversial book.
Division. (Tula means a lot of people will
( e is now available in write Dr. Dingwall nasty letters.
. of flie Storehouse DK For Dingwall spured neither
!i is m the vicinity of sex in arriving at the conclusion
i.ifpanre Division hat the Ara&lcan woman is a
o, or bills may be paid developing matriarch who takes
i s of any of the Cora-i her dominance even-into the
"ores. 'bedroom He describes her as: v
man or "one government
Prime Minister Sir Anuiony
Eden reaffirmed the'i; Britisn
stand in an airport statement in
London ': shortlv before he ana
Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd
left by air for Paris 'and lmpor-
tarit joint strategy talks on the
"t wh Frenrh leaders.
i be ?:reea i .l .l-tli..
tli.. .l-tli.. ,.i wiiich Kaves the Suez
canal under "the control of one
man or one government Eden
He and Lloyd will "hold two
days of talks on the Suez crisis
with French premier Guy Mollet
and Foreign Minister Christian
Pineau. Then-Lloyd will fly to
New York Mondajr to ttend
United Nations security Council
discussion of the problem.
la' his bref statement at
the London airport, Eden
made It clear, however, that'
Britain has not changed its
view that control of the Sues
must be taken out of the
hands of Egyptian President
Gamal Ahdel Nasser.
; He said the Suea problem rais raised
ed raised Issues of "wider importance,''
including the "sanctity of agree agreements
ments agreements and recalled what hap happened
pened happened to peace in the 1930
whert agreements were bargain bargained
ed bargained away, -ife
In his statement, Iden' also
emphasized Britain' close ties
with France. The Paris govern government
ment government consistently has advocated
a firmer policy In the Suez sit situation.
uation. situation. It has refused to go a-
long; i wholeheartedly with the
Suez canal users Association set
up in London last week In fear
that it might prejudice firmness
in dealing with Egypt -Eden,
.undoubtedly aware of
talk about possible Anglo-French
mnerences, said ... Britain was
bound to France by contracts
and treaties, but more ap "by
the close bond of friendship."
Eden noted that Britain and
France also had decided to' take
the Issue to the Security court,
Tcr Of The Sexes'
American z Women Disgruntled Vervous
And Unhappy, British Scientist Claims
BATTLE, England, Sept 25
(UP) The American woman
used to fight for her man. Now
she fights him and usually
Dr. Eric J. Dingwall, a British
anthronoloeist has been cover.
ling this fwar of the sexes" for
20 years, dashing to the United
States from time to time for eye eyewitness
witness eyewitness studies and returning to
Europe to preserve his objectiv-
l i''e Mainten This week he published his fih fih-l.i
l.i fih-l.i Ofiiee on the "Ivsis of the atme-ple an tar "Thm
Zt the people
v 0 (p
1 w to Boomerang
WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 (UP)
Russia has turned a U. S. propos-
al for controlling" atoms-for-peace,
programs into a possible boome boomerang
rang boomerang against the United States,
diplomatic sources' disclosed to
day.-- :-' -r. r-.-.'t
The State Department was re
sorted concerned that the S
maneuver will damage the good
will generated by president Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's global plan for putting At Atomic
omic Atomic Energy to peaceful uses.
The American proposal was put
forward In mid-August,, our nas
never been made public. Under it,
Russia and the United States
would agree on safeguards to gua
rantee that the nuciear material
h i monlvine to its foreign
friends- will not be diverted to mil
itary production. "':
The United States Is Supplying
nuclear material to nations under
a hi.iateral atoms-for-peace a-
orwmcnts. The program oe-
signed to help friendly nations es
tablish their own atomic ... Indus
Russia has a similar program w
helping Iron-Curtain nations. J
nininm.u said the U n 1 1 1 a
Pedro "K!;l Sile
r -2r tv,e Pp nn of
a clothesline in the quiiters
aria at Pedro Miguel brought
two military wives into -Balboa
Magistrate's Court yesterday.
' MadeUne Smilloh, 22, Ameri American,
can, American, was fined $10 upon convic convic-tloh
tloh convic-tloh of battery ; :
: The complaining witness, Mer Merry
ry Merry DaleMillerLla also an jAmerl jAmerl-can.
can. jAmerl-can. - '
Apparently no actual Injuries
were Inflicted in the affair
which did not get beyond scuf scuffling,
fling, scuffling, pushing and name-calling.
Bring Finer To Five ;
Several traffic cases have
brought fines in Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's court during this week's
Reckless driving was the
charge against Maria Gomez de
Coffey, 54, : Panamanian, who
was fined $15. The offense was
committed on Balboa Prado.
Speeding 40 m.p.h. in a 25 25-mile
mile 25-mile zone brought a $10 fine for
Julio Reinaldo Molinar.
Ruth Rogers Kitcheni, 25,
American, was fined $10 for hav having?
ing? having? no operator's license plus $5
for having no windshield stick
er.- --t.-: -1 ' (. t '
Failure to obtain a certificate
of Inspection for his truck
brought a $10 fine for Jose de
Leon, 35, Panamanian, plus an another
other another $10 for having ho license
to drive it v. '.'.- 1 .-;
Following too closely netted a
$10 fine for Carlos Ernesto Que
zada, 35, Panamanian.
"The most nervous, unhappy,
disgruntled woman that possibly
one might find."
Starting with records of the
Puritans of the 1600's, Dingwall
has examined 10,000 books, mag magazines,
azines, magazines, newspapers and diaries
to fill out the picture given him
personally by American women
over the years. ,' ; r, ;
He thinks most American trou troubles
bles troubles are due to contradictions.
For example, purity is stressed
in the home, but outside It the
girl or boy is subjected to a tor torrent
rent torrent of sex In films, television,
radio, books, photographs and-
advertising. , v
The Americans, he says, con
stantly preach rugged individ
ualism. Yet they are a "stand "standardized
ardized "standardized tvne. wear standardized
clothes, eat standardized foods.
behave In a standardized way"
hum the trMh end the
PANAMA, R. P WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 195S
-'States sentRussia a note about
Aug. IS saying that special steps
are needed to make sure the re-
cipient nations do not sneak the
nuclear material into weapons
Russia replied to the American
note in a Memorandum delivered
here Monday. Soviet Counselor
Sereei Strisanov said the memo
dealth with peaceful uses of Atom Atomic
ic Atomic Energy but refused to divulge
Diplomatic sources disclosed,
however, that Russia said she a
- ... . j
have indicated no special s af e-
guards were needed because they
trusted the nations receiving at atomic
omic atomic material under the atoms-for-peace
programs to live up to
their words and use the material
only for peaceful purposes.
The United States is, worried
that when the diplomatic exchange
is made public Russia will have
made it aooear that the United
states dnex not trust other na.
4 inn a tha Soviet UnloS d 0 t S.
This could cut into the goodwill
the United States has oeen ouuo-i
mg through Mr. Eisennower a ai ai-oms
oms ai-oms for-peata program, .4"
hvnt .fid r-for WUliam Nicolas
Dnhi4 t ?i-vear-old Estonian,'
when Jie walked up to a CanaH
Zone policeman in Ancan,
asked to oe arresieu. ..
Tn Ra lhna MaBlStrate'8 COUTt
yesterday, Roberts was sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced to spend 30 days in JaiL
Whether1 the defendant seri seriously
ously seriously desired arrest was uncer
tain. However, ne no dwu
vlously warned about coming in in-while
while in-while intoxicated.
Reportedly Roberts spends
most of his time in Colon, but
has been up m cnstoDai Mag Magistrate's
istrate's Magistrate's Court a "time or more
for uitpxlcation., .,
A bndv found floating Mon
dav in the French Canal on the
Atlantic aide was later found to
be that of Loxley Aleranoer jeq jeq-warda.
warda. jeq-warda. 62. Jamaican.
Canal Zone police wported
the death of Mr. Edwards was
apparently a suicide, since he
had left a note saying what to
do with his personal propercy.
Also he head been in 111 health,
An autonsy has been ordered.
Mr. Pdawrds was an employe
of the Industrial Division of the
Panama Canal. He lived at Camp
He was last seen alive about
10 a.m. Sunday.
Funeral services are schedul
ed for 1 p.m. tomorrow at Co
and are suspicious of anyone
who doesn't conform. 1
Before marriage, he says, the
American girl plays the part Of
a romantic doll. But after mar
rlage, "when the dreams of
youth have been shattered and
the Prince Charming is seen
without the halo," she becomes
the dominating ."mom" ruling
both children and husband.
The American man Isn't
very good lover in any circum
stances, says Dingwall, and this
unnatural dominance by the fe female
male female reduces many of them to
Impotence. J :
"Have you any suggestions for
Well," said the scientist, "the
law of nature is that the male
pursues, the woman yields. To
resist this biological fact as A A-merican
merican A-merican women often do, can
only lead to dissatisfaction,"
creed nuclear material snouio De.rw M
emmtry is Ww AVrAem ImupU.
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Losta Rica r.. j i
f. : May Be : r J !;
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O By DREW PEARSON LJ T 'f
By pure accident, a lot of se secret
cret secret diplomacy preceded the at
tempt on the life of President So
moza of Nicaragua. Added to-
gether with his four : gunshot
wounds, this isn t going to make
the dictator of Nicaragua any
easier to get along with in Cen Central
tral Central America. It could even lead
to an attack on Costa Rica.
What happened Was (he Presi
dent Somoza i had an inside tip
that an attempt was to be made
on bis life. In addition he claimed
an attack was to be made on
Nicaragua. Ha wanted to attack
nu'iiaHua. nn wan
The tin that an attempt was to
He made on his ufe came last
July shortly before the Panama
Conference of the heads of state,
As -a result. Somoza took an extra
bodyguard to Panama.
At- the Panama conference, an
attempt was made to paten up
the4 long -smouldering feud be between
tween between Somoza and President Jose
Fieueres of Costa Rica. Somoza.
trained by- the U.S. Marines, as
was another famous dictator of
the Caribbean: the Domincan Re.
public s General lrujmo, has
ruled Nicaragua for twenty, years
Figueres,' president of the most
democratic country in Central
America, has bad free elections
plus, incidentally, two Ameri
can wives, though not .concur
rently!'- '" 1
hi Panan, V : uni-ais,. '.-it
John Dreier and liwcient Arias
of Panama, tried to get the two
men to shake hands, somoza was
willins. Tsut Fieueres refused. "
Shortly afterward, Figueres left
on a trio to Mexico ana bpain.
a trio that had been delayed due
to the refusal at first 01 ms con
gress 10 lei mm leave me coun country.
try. country. He is now out. of Costa Rica.
About tWl time, General So Somoza
moza Somoza Teceived what he claimed
was reliable intelligence that 200
harmed Costa Ricans were plan
ning an attack on Nicaragua. The'
Nicarsguan dictator reported this
to his ambassador in Washington.
Guillermo Sevilla-Saeasa, the Costa
Ricans, Somoza claimed, ; has
plans to capture certain Nica Nica-raguan
raguan Nica-raguan airfields and : shoot So-
; Somoza blamed this on Presi President
dent President Figueres, and claimed that
Figueres' absence from Costa Rica
was a mere blind. Somoza was so
angry that he planned to invade
Costa Rica; immediately.; v
At this point strenuous American
efforts were made to head off hos hostilities.
tilities. hostilities. Henry Holland, retiring
assistant secretary of state for
Pan American affairs, exerted a
strong restraining hand. So did
Mr. Dreier, ambassador to the
Pan American Union. Even the
President's brother, Milton Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, had to get into the act.
Somoza was told to stop seeing
ghosts, .was asked why he was
afraid of a mere 200 men, and
finally was assured that if there
was any attack on him, the Unit United
ed United States would come to the res rescue.
cue. rescue. So he called off bis pre preventive
ventive preventive war.
New that Somoza : has been
shot, however, he is certain to
come back with an "I-told-you-so,"
plus a rambunctious demand
that he march into Costa Rica.
WOULD-BE ASSASSIN Rl Rl-goberto
goberto Rl-goberto Lopez Perez, 27-year-old
Nicaraguan, who was shot
down by guards In Leon, Ni Nicaragua,
caragua, Nicaragua, Jast Friday night
when he attempted to kili
V president Somoza, .-
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FOR SOMOZA'S DAUGHTER Gorgas Hospital orderlies en enter
ter enter the closely guarded VIP suite corridor to move in a bed
for the wounded Nicaraguan President's daughter, Mrs. Gui Guillermo
llermo Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa who arrived on the Zone yesterday
afternoon to Join her mother. Her husband, Nicaraguan Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador to the United States arrived here earlier from Wash Washington.
ington. Washington. j (Photo: Hindi Diamond)
.tTWa OF THE THREE BULLETS which wew removed from
Somoza's spine (left), -and thigh are. shown here., All four
.which nlerced his bodv were from a .38 caliber cun. Doctor left
one bullet in Somoza's back which they felt was not an imme- I
aiaie aanger. -iney said it may
No Overall Plot To Kill
Somozai Travellers Report
Travellers reaching here from
Managua are not all Inclined to
go along with the theory of Luis
and Anastasio Somoza Jr. that
the shooting of their father was
a widespread plot.
The Nicaraguan stiflhgman's
two sons are running the coun country
try country since the attempt on their
father's Hfe. -'-t, ,'
Some travellers say there has
been nothing made public yet
which eliminates the possibility
would-be assassin Rigobeno Lo Lopez
pez Lopez Perez, z8, was acting entire
ly on his own. :
The Somoza bovs have jailed
more than 200 persons and have
promised to produce evidence
that the shooting was the! re
sult of a widespread plot against
' 1 Howtvtr, oburvtn or th (cent
nport riir hai betn a such vi vi-ianc
ianc vi-ianc mad public ytt ai far tt
thv could tssv-vcTrrrr. r.t
Luis Somoza who as president
of the Senate is running the ad administrative
ministrative administrative side of the govern government
ment government while his brother Anasta Anastasio
sio Anastasio Jr., a West Point graduate,
heads up the National Guam,
have spoken of "psychological
atmosphere" that the opposition
newspapers, especially "La Pren Pren-sa"
sa" Pren-sa" built up immediately before
Observers reaching here say
their friends Irvine in Nicaragua
have noticed nothing which they
construed as incitement to as
sassination. There was certainly
criticism of the plan to nomi
nate Somoza for another Dresi
dentlal term he was nominated
the day before he was shot but
few persons' appear to have read
into this criticism the sinister
overtones detected by Luis.
In lupDort t tha theory that
Lopes Peres could have beeo atf atf-iiifl
iiifl atf-iiifl tor tome nana of hit own,
eonnoitseurt .of 'revolt! point out
that hit Mlcldal act wai unaccom unaccompanied
panied unaccompanied by the slightest dirturbance
elsewhere in the country, at far (
This hardly jibes with the Idea
ot a widespread plot to over
throw the Somoza regime. Sev
eral of those presently Jailed ap apparently
parently apparently find themselves inevit
te removed at some later date
ably behind bars when; trouble
breaks out in the country;
Blamina Fieueres' for the nlot
is routine. In light of these cir
cumstances, Impartial observers
from Managua are apparently
waiting until the government
produces convincing evidence
rather than undocumented dec declarations
larations declarations before making un their
minds on the background of the
The government has- appar
ently stated that such evidence
will be produced. It was under
stood that the Somoza" boys were
exercising some sort of censor censorship
ship censorship on stories going out of Ma-.
nagua by holding over the cor correspondents'
respondents' correspondents' heads that direct
filing facilities will be with
drawn should any story fail to
abide by their conception of
what are the facts. v : s
The dav after their father was
flown to Panama, Anastasio Jr.
refused to pass a message which
expressed the opinion that to a
layman any condition necessi necessitating
tating necessitating a special Constellation
flight to the Canal Zone with a
team flown nnder emergency
conditions from (Walter Fed
Hospital was more serious than
generally satisiactory as re
ported in the doctors' bulletin.
. The Somosa boyi apparently
have a firm trip on the reins of
power. There hoi been no euggei euggei-tion
tion euggei-tion of military participation in any
tuck plot ei may kave existed. No
military men wore among those ar arretted.
retted. arretted. I
Qualified observers' of the "Ni
caraguan scene believe it is lm
possible to exercise power with.
out the fullest military support
enouid hore wane or oen. so
moza being able to resume bis
duties t h e n these observers
would not be surprised at the
signs of a struggle of power a-
mong the high military officers.
How Luis and Anastasio Jr.
could be expected to handle
themselves in any such scramble
is a topic not much discussed
aloud in Managua these days.
To 1 Daily
' President Anastasio- So So-moza'a
moza'a So-moza'a consciousness Is still
somew,hat clouded, but "he
Is snapping out of the effects
of multiple wounds and sur surgery,'
gery,' surgery,' Gorgaa "Hospital dis disclosed
closed disclosed today.' ;
In interpreting this morn morning's
ing's morning's daily bulletin on the Ni Nicaraguan
caraguan Nicaraguan Chief Executive's
progress, the Canal '., Zone
health Director, said: "He Is
still a very seriously ill man."
His condition has improved
to the extent that only one
daily bulletin will be Issued,
The next dailv bulletin l
scheduled for release at.fr
Today's bulletin started
the statement the Nicarags- 1
President who underwent i -.
gery Sunday "continues to ah
some Improvement". I
It revealed that admlnlstra-
tHon of oxygen ; through the
bole cut in the patient's wind windpipe
pipe windpipe has been discontinued
He Is now brr'' owrf
Hie inue slid
Irregular resnlration whlrfh
troubled th natient fori two
days, has not been nrnmlnent
for several hours, ;. i
His blood-nressure la 10 twer
90; pulse 124: temperature loi i
These are all at a good level, ft
Supportiv treatment ennxUt
of intravenous glucose, antibio antibiotics,
tics, antibiotics, and the administration of
various substances essential to
metabolism.. - ...
Dr. Antonio Gonzalei Revl Revl-lla,
lla, Revl-lla, neurological consultant to
Gorgas Hospital, noted an In-
creased response to stimuli
during today's examination of -the
Prea dent ft
Tlu v Panamanian aneeiaii.it
who performed the aunrerv re.
moving a bullet from the pa patient's
tient's patient's spine makes about three
visits daily to his bedside.
. Asked to explain reference' to
increased resnonise in rimnn
"The left lee was eomnlefelv'
paralyzed. Now it has unmie-h. ...
feeling that if you make a
slight plnrick he will 'draw the
Bruce added the natient l
still' not completely perceptive ',
In resDonae to several
tlons as to whether the. patient
recognlzeo people, and the ex extent
tent extent of 'cloudiness" he displays,
Bruce declined to give derails.
He did say: ;
The cloudiness is not as
great as it has been." :
Decunlne to make nredic-
tlons, Bruce said .Thls is not
typical case of any kind. W
Just have to play it along by
ear. We cannot predict when he
will do one thing or another."
"He has had a terrif'e de- ;
grte of trauma. And now he is
snapping; out of It."
Bruce said there was no in
creased response to stimulus lit
the president's right leg since
early postoperative reports. Doc
tors will not expect any marked
improvement ? in this leg for
some days. This leg was origi originally
nally originally paralyzed by pressure of
uie bullet removed from the
Yesterday after noon, the
President's daughter, Mrs. Lll-
lian Somoza de Sevilla, Sacasa,
arrived from Washington by
An extra bed was installed for
her In the VIP suite, where her
mother has been near the pres president
ident president since his arrival Sunday
at Gorgas. .-.
There are no plans for the re-"
turn of the team of Washington
Nicaraguan surgeons here are
completely filled in on the case,
Bruce stalled, but th patient is
the responsibility of the Gorgas
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SEGREGATION AT AMADOR
TTft Irmv l?r1hhgn aenrea another First Ketrreeltloh IT
a4ttAn V'nv Avnlni fanol 7. An an if. 4ft aatri
v. Begregtlilon isn't a new subject in the sone of interior
seesis it started war deck during we aays wnen tne nauon was
still pulling itself un by its bootstrap steady by Jerks they're
still at it in remote sections of the country such as Clinton,
Tennessee;- 8turgis, Kentucky; White; Btone, Virginia; Elloree,
South Carolina; Long Hill, North Carolira;;. Birmingham, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, and Mansfield, Texas. -
,1 It. would appear that the Department of the Army policy
la theory and practice, for quite, some time, has been non-segregation.
The Army has accomplished miraculous results to this
end. In service, blacks and whites work as a team. They sleep
v.. komxti ot in the mft nicu hall nartielDSte in
athletics, attend thejame service clubs, NCO Clubs, theaters,
and social functions, ana utilize mo rosi uu;n.iigca, vubuu vubuu-aartes,
aartes, vubuu-aartes, and swimming pools. They are paid by the same Finance
Officer within their respective units, and worship in the .same
House 6f God. You can't beat that for real progress. -;
- However, as usual, good things must come to an end. Ap Apparently
parently Apparently this time instead of. a fry getting into the ointment it
was a missile a guided missile, that is. From newspaper re reports
ports reports it is logical to assume that the guided missile, even though
relatively new, has a potential of devastation that would curdle
' a man's .blood Just to think of It n 5 -'A
Facts indicate that segregation is in effect at Fort Amador.
A yet not a man among the top brass has signified his inten intention
tion intention to reinstate the individuals concerned and to Initiate nec necessary
essary necessary measures to preclude recurrence. It Is reasonable to as assume
sume assume that this is a low blow and a blast at the Army policy
Concerning segregation, i ; m
' New arrivals on the Isthmus, a member of the military and
!! family were not permitted to live in close proximity to white
enlisted family Quarters. Did this actually happen to a member member-!!ot
!!ot member-!!ot the military, who is assigned as the houseboy to the Deputy
Commanding General, U8ARCARIB, presently residing at Fort
! Amador? Indeed it did. Naturally the houseboy should be hous housed
ed housed at Fort Amador-he is on call 24 hours a day.
I! it Is not gossip that the current USARCARxB housing pol pol-Slcy
Slcy pol-Slcy explidty states, that, in implementing the policy of assign assignment
ment assignment of Quarters based upon seniority of rank, proper regard
for appropriate assignment of type of quarters will operate to
rpreciuae junior non-comraussuucu vwji
f' quarters appropriate' to senior non-commissioned officer-, in
the event opportunity might so operate. m
V The assigning of family quarters at Fort Amador to the
r! houseboy should not nave been a problem as there were three
"vacant family quarters available. Was the houseboy assigned
i'one of these quarters? He was not Because of his race ho was
' cupled by three white families. If that isn't segregation, by
! wnat other name should it be called? , v
i However; all was,not lost. The houseboy wasdinally as as-.'signed
.'signed as-.'signed family quarters at Fort Amador. Why, without batting
Ian eyelash," arid utter disregard for those concerned, the brass
ciL annrnvKd. and directed" the removal of a MSgt and
lamily, from a single unit family quarters for the express pur pur-posTof
posTof pur-posTof providing quarters for the houseboy. -Yes sir I. Moved
i,w ntt tlka witrtno. This move "w. ncpmDUSftd in
1 less tnan m nours itcj;'uw nMur ji
wnat yoa call -read speed. Another Finis tf d-v .A ....
I' pierces -sonic barrier., ft'-.), t -i ',f
The houseboy and family are now residing In their isolated
!.house. surrounded by an expense of lawn, fire station, Sunday
scuool,- Post Chapel. CMflcer's Club, Air Raid Shelter and Boy
! bcouts; the Pitch, on one side and beautiful Panama City on
Jif vaat' effect will this have on other Army Posts? The Cu Cull
ll Cull runau Army reservation? Now there is a real hot potato
!vuiun't be surprised if single fajrallynits sprouted up all oyer
t i.,e piace. -;
t .1. -t.. iv.t uiaxMnn uvnrri.c Tnnt. in Washinirt.nn raeent-
i. Ak ta uywu tiuKii v-. ; -
v ly to recommend a list of colonels to be promoted to the rank
. wigaaier general. :' ,L
In the enustea ranis tne Army u stressing quality ramst
an quantity; only those who demonstrate leadership or. tech tech-A
A tech-A ability are being given the privilege of making the Army
career. (. -. ; s
ihe Armv has a heart? All for one and one for all? Dig
deep! Let's show ltl
v.v The Eyes". HdvGllt.
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"The lemonade's free, but we charge a nickel for thf
, papr cupr
By VICTOR RIISEL
Brutality in a Nazi prison camp
never broke this ex-GI's spirit,
but a fight for bis rights in s
local, though nationally infamous,
union has broken his pocketbook.
And now threatens to break up
Physically breaking it up, I
mean. Hi hniica ii for tala nut
on Long lsland. A little house for
a little family. But the mortgage
is two momns oenma. Ana tne
ex-GI, Bill Wilkens by name, now
must trv in coll It Wnr anar
since he has led the reform
movement in this operating En Engineers
gineers Engineers Union local, controlled by
tha DeKnninffc Willrpnc hac hon
sent" out on fewer and fewer jobs.
Others are working. But not this
leader of the opposition. And now
he fears his car will be repos repossessed.
sessed. repossessed. This will prevent his seek
ing wore xariner aneia.
T thflllffht vnn mlohf lilra tn
know the human side of the little
battles for decency. I get an as assist
sist assist in thift from a fpllnur ohn
fought alongside Bill Wilkens to
mass our woria sue lor democ democracy.
racy. democracy. Somehow I always had the
impression that this included lit little
tle little worlds, our little worlds, too.
Read va then tha iattar frnm
ex-St Lawrence B. Easley, writ writing
ing writing out of Denver, about the kind
of inldinr Fmia Pvla ntod in
fit till prima tn mv aHantlnn
that you have been inierested in
me vong island Local of the In International
ternational International Union of Operating
Engineers, with aneciil cmnhis
on the needs for reform and the
reform group, which includes one
William H. Wilkens.
I feel that it ii mv. rivir dntv
to write and give you my opin opinion
ion opinion of William H. WUkens. Dur During"
ing" During" World Wr-If I had the
pleasure of serving with this man
as hil first wrint U' nu.
pied the same crowded compart compartment
ment compartment on a crowded ship from
New York tn nran nnrisAsant
rigorous training and -frequent
air rams ror six raontns in Al Algeria
geria Algeria ami Morocco. t ;
'Wa hftth tnV mrt In 1 )lu
bloody landing at Salerno,. Italy;
spent almost six months together
on tha cold wet and hinnriv Ital
ian front; were captured by the
uermans during me Hi-iaied at at-temtp
temtp at-temtp to cross the Rupido River;
spent 16 months together in sev seven
en seven different P.O.W. camps, al always
ways always ihirinff thai iiim hun-ark
tent or whatever was provided!
4 ao you see i nave observed this
man under many conditions and
situations and -I feel that I am in
a Doaition tn know a Int ahnut
the type of person he really is.
As soldiery Wirns was always
- www mum w
uia -P8mow.lle often mada
suggestions' W4ii -welfare of the
men. They were good suggestions
and i were adopted and carried
'Ha took rclicrlnn rinmW -nA
displayed very high moral ideals.
ne nas aeep convicuons about
human ritrhtl. I am nnt aurnriaod
that he is trying to effect changes
in mi union wnere ne teeis tney
are needed. 1
'Hil manv friend In Taraa and
out here in the West appreciate
the support you htve given
him and will consider it a per personal
sonal personal favor if vnn will pnntmua
to support his cause."
mis isn't am wilkens' cause
alone, chum. It's everybody's
raiifia. Knur pan it ha ntharanea
when a man goes broke fighting
a luuuu aiavuuia iw ills riaia.
Slowly the world for which Bill
Wilkens smashed his way up the
Salernn haaphhaad ) hacrinnincr
to realize that our own world
witnin a world no longer is blind,
for it Is beginning to see Just a
little. And that ia a raal auialr.
ening. I can attest that there is
omy loiai ounaness ana total
sight. There is no such thing as
- i: ..I im
a uiua signu wnen you see any anything,
thing, anything, you see it all.
The envernmanf did inf that
this week. An N.L.R.B. trail ex-
aminer. David London, has just
ruled that tha Inoal union ia dnm.
inated by employers and is no
1 .J 1 1 J L i
longer enuuea vo oargsin lor tne
workers in the multi-million dol dollar
lar dollar Lone Island construction
The covernment hat phrmd
that these emnlnver "pnntrihut.
ed support to, interfered with and
dominated Local 138. if this de decision
cision decision is upheld, the labor move movement
ment movement will na reannnsihla far tha
reorganization of this local which
nas oecome a symooi of machine
This will mean that all tha
workers, not just some of them
who are nnw entitled tn vnta mill
have the right to cast ballot's for
their I ftffifara Tha ranlr.anliu
will then have a chance to show
us own devotion to .the kind of
freedom for which Will Wllken.
iougntin war ana peace.
ii a m y n m
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Steel Strike And Politics
'By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) The
recent steel strike settlement has
become s political issue in this
year's campaign on the question
of whether it was negotiated by
free, collective bargaining.
The charge is that there was.
after ail, some high governmental
pressure exerted to get the con
At the Republican National Con Convention
vention Convention President Eisenhower de declared
clared declared that "For the first time in
history, a complete steel contract
was negotiated and signed without
direct tfovernment. intervention:
But at the. International" Associ Association
ation Association -. of Machinists convention
which followed the GOP into San
Francisco; I AM President, A. J
Hayes raised a question on this
Uavoft. l fl .tha'tctnt- tit
Secy, of the-lxeasurf George. U.
Humphrey had arranged- a meet meeting
ing meeting between Secy, of Labor James
P. Mitchell add three steel com
pany presidents in New York. At
this meeting, Mitchell if alleged
to have told the steelmen that a
long strike" would endanger Re Republican
publican Republican election chances.
"If this story is true," Hayes
said in a San Francisco speech,
"it means that' Mitchell to use a
very unpleasant word black
mailed the steel: companies into a
"If the story Is not true." Hayes
added -later, "it is one of the
biggest political hoaxes ever at at-temped."
temped." at-temped." .
He declared it. would be hard, to
rationalize such activities with the
GOP platform plank advocating
"free collective bargaining .
without intervention of the govern government"
ment" government" . ,-
At the Treasury. Department,
the only comment available from
Secretary Humphrey's office is
that he did not intervene officially.
But as an ex-steel company ex
ecutive, be had taken part in
previous steel wage negotiations
Don't sit and wait
for lady Lock" .
Qoand meet her ..
i PANAMA AMERICAN
It's a "must" for
and knew their 'mechanics. He
knew all the principals 4nd was
of course interested in seeing the
industry progress. It is neither
confirmed nor denied he had a
hand in the Mitchell-steel execu
At the Labor Department it is
confirmed that Mitchell and Con
ciliation Service Director ; Josenh
F. Finnegan met with three steel
CHRISTMAS IS COMING COMING-Jack
Jack COMING-Jack Richmond, .of Champaign,
Ill, trims one of 26,000 trees
now on his evergreen planta plantation
tion plantation near Mahomet, JUL The
whole thing started as a
"Christmas tree, hobby", seven
years ago, but since has grown
out of band. Though he hasn't
sold a single tree yet,: Jack
hopes to unload a few thousand
In November and December.
a? J. L
company heads at the Plsza Hotel
July 10. Ther were Clifford F.
Hood of U.S. Steel, Chales McEl McEl-roy
roy McEl-roy White of Republic and Arthur
naruett corner of Bethlehem.
These three were not members
of the negotiating committee.
.' Mitchell told them that a long
strike would nnt he in the nnhli
inCerest, that an injunction, under
me laii-namey act would be
against government free-bargaining
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That same nipht Mitphall m.
summoned to the 42nd floor of
the Waldorf Tower, where he met
me steei industry negotiators and
repeated his plea for a settlement.
Mitchell Went from there back
tn -the Plsza where ha mat .with
United Steeel Workers' President
David MacDonald," whttv had .been
toia n. na,oy,,T,MJ,;to,
MacDonsld agreed to resume
negotiations in Pittsburgh the
next day with the Federal Medi Mediation
ation Mediation and Conciliation Service
sitting in. These negotiations went
on for three days but then broke
on in rauure.
By phone. Mitchell then called
both sides and ; told them they
a n o u i a not quit., f inally John
Stevens; vice -president of U.S.
Steel and chief of the negotiators,
volunteered to meet ; MacDonald
These two worked out the agree agreement
ment agreement that finally ended the 36-day
sirixe. r. ,', - ..... ., (
It is admitted at the Labor De
partment .that Mitchell and Hum
phrey were in eonsulation before
and during the strike, i f
The' tole that Mitchell Waved 'ia
defended as being in conformity
with the law and Mediation and
Conciliation ; Service practice to
provide me proper climate tor
free, collective bargaining.-'
Thisis taken to mean no con
tradiction with President Eisen-I
hower's statement that there was
no "direct" government iiiterven-
uon in the setuemenu
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Drew Paaraon' tavs: Iitsn
hewer urged ts appoint Neera
ts U.S. Supreme Court, Judgs
Hastis wavld win Nasrs votes
In Navambsr; Democrats col col-tact
tact col-tact money from little doners.
WASHINGTON -White House
advisers are eivtef serious con
sideration to the appointment of
a Negro, Judge William Hastie of
the U.S. Court of Appeals in Phil-
aaeipma. w tne u. s. sunreme
Court If the appointment is made
it would be the first time in his
tory that a Negro was appointed
to the Supreme Court and might
well put Eisenhower on a plane
with Lincoln in the minds of the
wegro population. 'i .;.
The President has the instiee
Sherman Minton vacancy to fill
as uie uctoDer court term opens.
Minton was annninted hv Praal.
It was Tru'msii who aln an.
pointed Judge Hastie to be the
first Negro ever to sit on the U.S.
Court of Anneals His elavatinn tn
the Supreme' Court is being
urgea, anipng others, by judge
William Denman of the U.S.
Court of Anneals, eiehth elrenit
in San Francisco. Judge Penman,
a noosevcit Democrat, recently
wrote President, Eisenhower:
"Never has the critic! cm at
Godless Russia been so bitter as
on this 'treatment rrf the Noorn
ha said, referring to recent South
ern upposuion to scnooi integra integration.
tion. integration. "The artnnintmant n a Ma.
gro judge of outstanding judicial
canacitv more than anvthins aUa
would tend to mend our deterio
rating power in world diplo diplomacy."
macy." diplomacy." -r .':- c
Whife Houke adviser whn mat.
uraUy have a weather eye out for
pouiicai reactions ere not un unmindful
mindful unmindful of the fact that the big
eitv Neero vote is erncial in tha
November election. Most of them
also neiieve privately that Ike
has lost the Solid South, thus has
nothing to lose by the appoint appointment
ment appointment of a Negro. It's even sug
gested mat in the end, Southern
Democrats wnnld fisht and fill.
buster tha Haatie annnintmant an
bitterly that the Negro vote would
oe lost ro tne Democratic party
ior years to come.
ixvie tiuuge n!iue waa recom-.
menaea ior nis first. Government
job, district attorney for the Vir Virgin
gin Virgin Islands, by my father, whj
was then onvornnr nf the Vlrsin
Tnl n k TTnl J T -1 .1 I
uuouua, jnaruiu itnes, men aC-
retary tne interior and in
Charie of island territories
pushed the appointment, r
But this year, four e. ?
the nomination, there are 13
"Vn,( nf It V.. : .
bills," explains McO
average of between ii i 1
apiece. So we have a kz t
to 10 before we even I,
touch that $7,000,000 ra i"
Ln au at the Eisenhovr
ners Isst Janiiarv a, tKa
the Republicans havt r a i s
However, here are t'
Maa McClpskey has t. a ,
In the 1SUS canpa''-. r
weeks after Truman x i
nated. there were nnlv i t I i
In the 19S2 campaign, f r
weeks after Stevenson ss r i
nated, there were 614 c. i-tors.
But hecause of oolitlcal nnno.
Itin U..(i. Jt -l-.r. I
lob in the Interior Denartmenf 'a
legal division, later went to the
IKmU T 1 1 -T M i 1
. nugiu -.tsianaa I u.. attorney.
oecarae a luace. and eventual v
governor the first Necrrn vnver.
uut ui nisiuiy. raraaoxicaiiy, we
people of the Virgin Islands, 95
Der cent NeaTO. turned asainat
Hastie; as they have against!
ma.n fyAi(AM.AH . J t. i.j
ul"u iiuvuuiB, aim. lie euaea
his term extremely nnnnnular
'with his own people.
Matt MeCloskevS the bis Phil
adelphia builder and friend of the
Kelly 'family of Monaco, is nurs nursing
ing nursing some interesting figures re regarding
garding regarding Democratic, campaign
contributions,. Actually he isn't
nursing them so much as he's
rubbing bis eyes to make sure
they're true. ..
McCloskev has taken on : the
thankless job of treasurer of the
Democratic National Committee
and is trying to raise monev
from little people. It's been tried
before, but never successfully.
Most campaign money in the
past has come from big donors,
on the Republican side, and big
Dinners on tne Democrauc side.
"However nn fW 1(! c -t-
Democratic candidate from
and Estes down is going o t t
rina doorbells and act- .r ,j i
lars. Those dollars from 1 2
peopierare not going to p'it i s ia
noes w uie lODDyists of Via .-j-l
Senate 'contentions that g s oj
monev waa numnad intn t' h.t
campaign so-plentifully that some
senaiors were omigated to the
gas-oil men before the v voted on
tha natural oa hill rin ,-,.,-.,-,.
Sid Richardson and CBnt Murchi-
son, not only pumped money into
the -GOP campaign chest but
nicked Un the nra enntrontinn 1W
tel bills for Ike's headquarters in
new xorx to tne tune of several
thousand dollars. In 'the end, con concern
cern concern over this nil.Da
p, n J
promptea tisenhower to veto the!
HaiTV Truman laithfulW J
ised Jim Finnegan, Stevenson's!
campaign manager, not to pop
Off between Sentemhar onrl
lyember. Finnegan was a bit ua-
ivs. wno would ever expect an
ex-President to submit to political
cenanrahin . Annnn;nn.. it
Truman? v . The biggest pur purchase
chase purchase of Northeast Airlines stock
just before the CAB announced
Northeast would get the coveted
New v York Miami route, was
made by Mrs. Gene Troth. Sue
Suddenly bought in 4,000 share?
a few .hours before the CAB tin
nouncement. Mrs. .. Troth is the
mother4n-law, -.Qf Robert C a m n,
president of the Sunbeam Com
pany.and a close friend of
ator Dirksen hf Tllinni. (.,.,
eral big newspapers will' circum-i
veni me aiate Department s ran
on sending newsmen to Red Chi -f
na and will use pt" c-rJ
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TEE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Future to Husband-Wife Team
The Cassavetes Act Separately
By DICK KLEINER
,- York (NEA) There's
re ia being a husband and
io professional future, that
) Gana Rowland and -Jahn
tt, two young and hand hand-a
a hand-a and talented people who
n to Jbe married, don't plan
ncpntratc nn aptinff toeether.
?'d like to act together
." says Gena, "but the trou-
- h being a team tnai us
1 to find good plays with star star-ii,
ii, star-ii, ale and female parts. Look
e Lunts they're always
r than their material."
a is a lovtly blonde from
na, Wis. Her folks now
in Houston, Tex. Her name,
.,,.tatlv i childhood cor-
nn of Virginia that has
v; it's pronounced to rhyme
i "henna", which she doesn't
,e met Cassavetes w h e n he
came backstage after watching
her act at a dramatic school. Now
thy live in New York apart apartment
ment apartment with a terrace where Gena
, -e tinehaa in bit window
i.,.vc with two stars in the
.-".;ioJcli, pnrrmtly CO-
stirring with Edward C. Robin-
en in "Middle of the Night" and
he's the new bright hope of Hol
lywoodthey've set aown cerium
rules. '" V. .' ;""v '' .' V
i "We .have -.a superstition,"
the say, "or maybe Wt a be belief.
lief. belief. Anyhow, .wo fool .that
actors' must bo loft alone to in in-tarprot
tarprot in-tarprot parts, so we never help
ach other unless wo I for
halp. And that doesn't happen
very Ren. John is so bursting
with ideas that he has a harder
i .till than I do."
ti,: ki Ain them hanniiy
through much television, where
they botn urs. icuw
Aiuv ind now movies.
rt 1 1U JWiWn"J
Gena has a brand-new contract
with MGM, but it was TV.tnat
set her on tne roaa. v
cu. ...nr. inmtonnff in the ttienV
OIIO won "Ff-V, .t It U
crable "Expendable House"-her
co-star was .her husband i-r
Josh Logan saw ner. juogaa
Red Buttons Bob Wright
than taatincf ihm Paltw i"ttifL
kill. 11 nijllil Vli R aaaaw j
sky play.x "Middle of the Night,"
called her in and she got gthe
part. ..... 1 --
&ne loves TV. ane says it gives
her a change to "act with my
'In the theater, the people in
the: first row see one show and
those in the balcony see another.
If you act with inouendos a
raised 'eyebrow or a sidelong
glance it s mostly for your own
satisfaction on the stage. But on
TV i sidelong glance can hit you
like a blow in the solar plexus."
Add Coldwynisms Stubby
Kayo, now rehearsing for "Lil
Abner," was in both the Broadway
and" Hollywood versions of "Guys
and Dolls." The movie- was a
Goldwyn production' and Stubby
says that Sam used to summon
him by calling, "Hey,, you,- Stub-
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
JK2- V 1
sooth coy s
f mtih West Korih' Cast
A 10 8 4
t N.T Pass
, 1 NX ; Past
Opening lead V
taitft at roKt tMiwunrt
Final Witness Heard In Brink
Million-Dollar Bank Holdup
Th show must to on even the
TV commercial The Jine old spir
it of never-say-die bas mefctea
actor Bob .Wright, now doing the
Kent commercials of "The $64,000
Challenge." One recent Saturday
he was cruising along the new
Jersey Turnpike, got hit head on
and wound up in the Perth Am-
bov hospital witn an injured ver
tebra, lacerations of the arm, a
deep gash in bis ankle. ;
- ........ .... 1 .'
But Sunday night found him in
the, studio, all bandaged up, smil smilingly
ingly smilingly reciting his pitch.
fn these days of easy come -easy
- go stars, it's nice to con contemplate
template contemplate E. Power Biggs. The re renowned
nowned renowned concert organist is just
about to start his 15th year of
organ concerts over CBS-Radio.
And 15 years at the organ is
no pipe. .
Rod Burtons is up tor anoiner
show but the network wants to
put a clause, in his contract! hat
Red will have no say in picking
writers or editing scripts:. That's
a hamstringing deal that no com comic
ic comic Could live with.
Joan Hagen quit the D a n n y
Thomas show because she didn't
want to be typed as a housewife.
Now she has a big part on one of
the upcoming Ford Theater shows
over ABC-TV as you guessed it
a housewife: ...
, BOSTON, Sept. 2S UP) The
prosecution dramatically intro
duced $54,548 of c r u m b 1 i n g
Brinks loot yesterday and then
rested its case against the eight
men accused of the million dol dollar
lar dollar holdup.,-
ine government turned up an
Lowe left the' stand to pick up
thousands of dollars, some of it
wrapped in newspaper, other
pieces coered with cellophane or,
brown paper. j
The eight defendants sat mo motionless.
tionless. motionless. Once defendant Anthony,
Fino mo"ed slightly ; rubbing a
Farm Wives Demand Price Boost
On Potatoes; Want 'Action Now
WASHINGTON. Sept. 26 (UP)-
About 150 determined farm wom
en threatened today to camp on
tne Agriculture Departments
doorstep until they "get action"!
on their demands for government
moves to boost, potato prices
The k women apparently were
unimpressed by a plea from de-l
partment officials that they give
a current government program
"a chance to work."
Mrs. Helen GrazybowskI,
Bridgehampton, N. Y., said the
present program '. is : "for the
The potato contingent was made
up of farm wives from New York,
New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
Rhode Isfand. They arrived with
slens declarlne that "Picket lines
are bettef than bread lines"' J
i-.-5iv. .fi9.v. "vit ( -trw
other trump, card with testimony! stubby-fingered hand across his
ot jonn a. Lowe, an employe of perspiring face, ., ;
the Federal Reserve Bank of
Boston. Lowe identified moldy rV J t tm
bills wrapped in newspapers and Mf 31560 LOnVlLll
ceflophane as Brink's loot. tiVOJiWU VU111IVIJ
The final witness, FBI Agent 1,, JA f A,L.:
John F. Kehoe, who testified tlUOfi JCartn&ra
about capture of two of the de-ifc,l,MV -VHIVHWIJ
fnniflni. ....... Jl .a U. T n I L
ACruuailVS llCU&Ca VI U1C olBa. JLi. ttrmnntrtrf n o A mm
1950 .robbery, left the stand yi'pi Khu'v irmS" ImH
3-44 nm endin? niarlv fiv wMk vP) Six heavily armed and
. p.m. emung neany live weeas, ..j-n-.it .n-i,
oi Droserutinn ttimnnv. I."" vuu vwu..w v
Lowe testified that $537,808 was daL PParently. ""PPf out. 01
shipped to Brink's, IncT from the cordon J serche mAt
Federal Reserve Bank the day ..n,.d ,rea, of 016 outhest
the counting house was looted by VirginaI muntin-.
masked bandits. o , 1
Some 500 state county and city
He told i the packed courtroom police officers with bloodhounds
that of the total, more than $98,000 1 closed in on the area near Big
was identifiable through bank Stone Gap, Va., Monday night
records of serial numbers. I after police exchanged gunshots
Lowe said he had identified with the ripsnprarlnps.
pans oi me looi rrom more man
15,000 pieces of tattered currency.
The cash was found stashed in a
The hunters combed the area
today, but no trace of the men
beer cooler June 4 during an FBI was found and it was believed
ram on a Boston contracting firm, tne eiuaea ine searcn,
-Two men. Jnhn fFarO Rinllil
and Edward (Wimpy) Bennett,) The six men escaped from a
were seized along with tne money prison roaa gang nere pnonaay
and ordered held In accessory after spearing their guard with a
charges. 'pitchfork and fleeing in a stolen
bi agents said the cash was car.
traced through .arrest of Gordon Pickup 2nd pgh: Claude Lodford
ferry Jr., who. was grabbed in
Baltimore when he allegedly at
tempted to pass a moldy $10 bill
at an amusement park. Perry has
also been named an accessory. i
Defense lawyer Paul T Smith
argued that the cash should be
"marked only for identification"!
unless the state could link the!
money with the defendants.
women brought blankets and pil
lows and were prepared to sleep,
in their chartered buses in front,
of the Agriculture Building "for
as long as necessary until we get
Assistant Secretary of Agricul
ture Eari Butt sought to placate
the group at a meeting 'In the
department auditorium by point
ing to the new potato diversion
program announced by ine de department
partment department last Friday.
This program is aimed at boost
ing potato prices by diverting
low-erade spuds off the market
Potato" growers will be paid by
the government to put inferior
spuds into starch and feed.
Butz promised the department
would "redouble" Its efforts to
steo un ootato exports. But Mrs
GraZybowski said "We're out for
action now not tomorrow, j
To Speak -.
In An con, Panama
. The Rev. John J. Urlart Ar-
h MiicH r 'H,.m.t t. rlen. of California, who was a
evidence so effectively prejudicial Roman Catholic priest for 24
that it would be difficult to erase, years,, will speak at the Church
from the jurors' minds." the Nazarene In Ancon, on
The objection was overruled by Sunday, Sept. 30, alt 7 p.m. x
Superior Judge Felix Forte who!'
siia bank records produced by ine same evening m rormer
Lowe proved the cash had been' priest will give a talk at the
shipped to Brink's on the day of Four Square Church in Panama
the robbery. JClty.
What happens when booksellers
ire-lloodeu with requests for a,
book which does not exist? i
Ian Ballanline, an enterprising'
New York publisher heard about
such a case recently a.id he de-i
ckied to actually create the boo id
The result, a novel of loth century
court life in England called "1,
Libertine." is now being released
by Ballanline Books.
It all began when a bookstore
clerk told a customer ihe book he
wanted did not exist because it
wasn't "on the list." the disgruntl
ed customer, jean Shepherd, radio
announcer on an all-night program
decided to have his revenge.
With the heln nf hii litpnr
Shepiierd invemed a, book and
urged bis listeners to stop in every
bookstore an dask for the book.
It was agreed-that the book should
be called "I Libertine."
The imaginary author was nam named
ed named Frederick R. Ewing. Oxford
graduate, former Manchester Guar Guardian
dian Guardian correspondent, and well re remembered
membered remembered for a series of talks he
delivered on tbe B. B. C on 13th
Century Erotica. lV
Very soon, bookstores in all
parts of the country and throught
the world were plagued with re requests
quests requests for VI Libertine." The hoax
was finallv discovered anrf
of it were printed In newspapers
and magazines in New York, Chi-
gu, rueno nico London and other
By then. Ballantina hail alra..!,.
made plans to turn this imaginary
"""" ic one. vviin me nelp
of Jean Shrnhvrit .nl
writer Theodore Sturgeon, I Liber-
uiic uecame an actual book, a
lively novel based on the adven adven-nrMS
nrMS adven-nrMS f ,n 18th century duchess.
Ballanline Books has released it
mus ending a booksellers' night nightmare,
If. sacv in til a today's hand
correctly when you look at all of
the cards. Imagine that you can
see only your own hand and the
dummy; How should you plan to
make three no-trumpt
West leads the xsix of hearts,
and dummy wins with the king.
You must try to win four clubs.
I!mv should you play the clubs?
Naturally you begin by taking
the king of clubs. Then you lead
a club towards your hand. East
i 'ays low. Should you' finesse the
i i or play the ice? .. .. --:' :
This is a situation that often
arises at the table,, and it will
f ay you to work it out once for
all. The percentage play is to to
ip with the ace of clubs.
Either play will wort if each
opponent hhas three clubs. The dif difference
ference difference arises only when East has
f iur clubs and West lias two.
Flaying the ace Will work when
V.est has Q-x or J-x, but the fi finesse
nesse finesse of the ten will work when
West has two small clubs.
Frequency gives you the aiv
swer. West will more frequently
1 ,ue the doubleton queen or jack
t'n a pair of small cards.
If you're interested in the meth-
I of knowing this, here it is.
V o-t can have any. of six pairs
f small cards: three pairs head-
c i r v the seven, two pairs head
I I y the six, and one pair head head-r
r head-r l by the five. However, West
r i Lave eight pairs headed by a
t iure card: queen and any of
i t four small cards, or jack and
iu'v of the smallcards.
1' e odds are 8 to 6 in favor of
I viiig the ace. It pays to play
v ii xauier man agamsi me Odds.
"Beware f These are the eyes of a hypnotist! These eyea
can burn Into yon like a blow torch they can transform
you into a living robot they can turn back time they
can make you do anything. . anything! See "NIGHTMARE"
TOMORROW 27 AT THE LUX.
V 2 Hopes Action
1 a Refugee Relief
i ll Is Favorable
'" irN'GTON, Sept. 26 OJP
T -nt Eisenhower exDreiH
s today that Congress will
'Virly and favorable action"
i ;ee relief legislation.
; resident wrote Rep. Ken Ken-t
t Ken-t Keating (R-NY) that he
" s rcatly disappointed that
( rross failed to heed my
i requests" for such a law
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Zone has a vancancy for,a naviga-
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Dense Fog Halts -Shippihq
Thames River ;
LONDON, Sept. 28 8 TUP)1
Dense fog halted shipping in the
Thames estuary" and grounded
planes in Schotiarid yesterday for
the fourth straight day,,
Ships tied up tT the Thames
included the British .liner Oronsiy
which broneht hundreds of pas passengers
sengers passengers frqm. Australia by the
Cape of Good Hope route.
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GERRY came home from sum summer
mer summer camp with m, rock collection,
a tooled leather belt, soiled laun
dry and a deep disappointment
His latner Baa tauea w visk
him on Field Day. At the last
minute, he's called to say that he
had to rush his new wife to an
ailing relative instead of spending
the day with Gerry. Reporting
this to his divorced mother, Gerry
said bleakly. "! sure wish I had
a Dad like other kids."
. She sank down on his bed. Her
immediate response was this: "Oh
how sorry I am that my broken
marriaee must hurt you this way.
How I regret you must suffer be be-ccuse
ccuse be-ccuse your father and I were
mismated." : r. ?
Thus her first spontaneous sym sympathy
pathy sympathy for Gerr' hurt included
some; responsibility for causing it
THEN she became afraid of the
responsibility. As she thought
more about Gerry's nurt negan
to seem so cruel that she could
take no resposibility for it
Frightened, she sought to place
it all on his father, saying with
rising anger, "There's no use in
your ever expecting Daddy to
keep his word. How many times
do i nave to teu you not to aepena
So Gerry never sot to know that
his mother shared his pain over
the Field Day disappointment
but was left with the impression
that her feeling had been anger
at his father instead of sympathy
This was a pity. As a hurt little
boy, he needed to know that he
was not alone in his hurt. What he
needed from his mother was not
accusation for his father but com
fort for himself.
; HE needed to be hugged and
told, "That was a hard disappoint.
MIS! DIANff JACOBS who was installed as Worthy Advisor of Balboa Assembly No. 1 Order
of Rainbow For Girls at a ceremony held Saturday evening. ' 1
FT. GULICK OFFICERS' WIVES ELECT NEW PRESIDENT; ;
ANNOUNCE NQMINEE FOR U.S; IADY' MAGAZINE
Mrs. Ralph P. Dials waVelected president of the Ft.
Gullck Officers' Wives Club at their last summer meeting,
which was a luncheon honoring Constitution and Citlien Citlien-ship
ship Citlien-ship Week. At the same time, the club announced that
Mrs. Albert W Steti had been chosen as their nominee lor
the national magazine U.S. Lady (
Thomas S. Dube for the luncheon
Mrs. LeRoy M. Gtodell, chair-
man of the nominating and elec election
tion election committee, gave the result
of the balloting. The new officers
ment. I am sorry that Daddy!
couldn't come. But now that you
know I am as sorry as you, we
can cheer each' other up. How a a-bout
bout a-bout the ioo this afternoon?"
If we can only attack an ex ex-spourse
spourse ex-spourse when our divorced state
brings- hurt to our child, we ought
to know why. Our first, true spon spon-tenderness,
tenderness, spon-tenderness, we'll find it fear of ad ad-ways
ways ad-ways tenderness. Nearly always,
if we look closely at our queer
resistance to expressing th a t
tenderness, we'll find it fear of a-
mitting any part in causing tne
hurt. ':. v
We must conquer the fear. For
until it's overcome, it diverts all
our attention from ine rnua i
hurts to the ex-spouse s lauits.
Rv makina us too anxious to blame
the other parent for all the child's
pain, the fear blinds us to our own
ability to comfort It. 4
It tracks us, like Gerry 's
mother. 8nto changin our
compassion into anger.
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tv .no nrosident. Mrs,
turned the meet-
nger oVer to I Mrs. Robert H Ev Evans
ans Evans chairman the committee to
elect a member as a nominee tor
-.tot .a mh r Evans and ber
Mrs.- Barrera ana
nrHnted all the la
-I hM kttii hppn nronosea at
the previous meeting with orchid
corsages and thanked them, f o r
their fine cooperation with the
committee. As a complete sur surprise,
prise, surprise, Mrs. Evans wvea ed the
iecret that Mrs. Albert W. Stetz
... th. rinh't ii. s. Lady. Mrs
Bomi.r mnther of Mrs. Sletz, who
very recently arrived in the zane ,board members will instaUed
was given an orchid corsage too.!at t ormal djmce Saturday Sept
jars, avans iueu cu
grapny ot Mrs. sieu.
Farewell Parties For .i
Miss oiea Arias, dauemer ot
President and Mrs. Ricardo Arias
has been guest of honor at many
farewell parties since It has ; be
come known that she U leaving
soon for Europe.
A dinner was given recently in
her honor bv the Misses' Anamae
Motta, Gisella Fabrega and Ann;
bhiney Maduro at Miss Motta s
home in El Cangrejo.
Hostesses at another desnedlda
at the Union Club, Monday, were
Misses Mercedes Diaz, Irma Va-
her residence, La Loma on Sun
day in honor or Mrs. Anna leresa
V de Arias, who is leaving soon
For Balboa Woman's Club
The Card Group of the Balboa
Woman's Club are having : a ,,nb ,,nb-host
host ,,nb-host luncheon and card party to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 12:30 o'clock at the Pa Panama
nama Panama Golf Club. Reservations
must be made no later than
Wednesday noon. Call Mrs. Dan
iels 28-3-4711 or Mrs. Bolton at 2
2982. All members and friends are
Diane Jacobs Installed
A. Worth IJul...
Of Balbe.f Rambow CfrTT'
The installation of officers of
Balboa Assembly No. I Order of
Rainbow for Girls was held Sat
Diane Jacobs was installed as
Worthy Adviser by Mr. W. P. Gar-
ett who also presented her with a
gavel. - '.""?-v
Rabbi Nathan v Witkin of t h e
Lily Diche'a Glameur Book
Ta Ba Reviewed
The Book Review Group of the
Canal Zone College Club will meet
at 9:30 tomorrow at the home of
Mrs. Richard C. Sergeant, 2173
Morgan Avenue,- Balboa. Mrs.
Austin C. Yoder will be the co co-hostess.
hostess. co-hostess. '. V'.1
Mrs: Willard R. Seymour will
review Lily Dacbe's Glamor
Elberi S. Waid Unit No t
The regular monthly meeting of
th VlhArt S WaiH Unit No. 2 will
be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock j
, memuers are reimaaeu iu uiuig
any rummage they may have col collect
lect collect and are also asked to remem
ber the Old Folks Home
CONSTITUTION WEEK MEETING Panama Canal Chapter, Daughters of the American
Revolution, met for breakfast in the Garden Room of the ; Hotel TivoH in celebration of
Constitution Week. Seated, left to light: Mrs.. William C-Hitchcock, Mrs. Austin C. YodSr,
Mrs. Eugene "F. Kleasner, and Mrs. Albert Daniel. Standing, left to right: Mrs. Maennrr
B. Huff, Mrs. John Muller, Mrs. Don Journeay Mrs. R. W. Rubelh, Mrs. Fred H. Hodges, Mrs.
H. T. Leisy, and Mrs. William N. Taylor, who was presented with a Past Regent's pin at the
Advisor, Diane Jacobs; Worthy
Associate Advisor, Martha Steven Stevenson;
son; Stevenson; Charity, Caroline Zirkman;
Hope, Jo Anne Barnes; Faith, Lin Lin-dn
dn Lin-dn Longmore; Chaplain, Rochelle
Head; Drill Leader, Doris Bleak Bleak-ley;
ley; Bleak-ley; Love, Mary Smith; Religion,
Joyce McCaughey; Nature Billie
Sue Spencer; Immortality Sandra
McKay; Fidelity, Martha Miller;
Patriotism, Edith McNeil; "Service,
Janet Tribe; Confidential Observ Observer,
er, Observer, Sylvia Johanson; Outer Observ Observer,
er, Observer, Christine Huff; Recorder Nan Nancy
cy Nancy Therrell; Treasurer, Frances
The installing officers were: In Installing!
stalling! Installing! Worthy Advisor,. Forest
Wise; Installing Marshal,' Mr.
Christian Gundersen! Installing
Chaplsfin, "Sulla May; Installing
stalling" Pianist, Sue Mable,
Capt. And Mrs. F. D. Haseloff
Guests ef Hnor At Supper Party
Captain and Mrs.-Frederick D
Haseloff of Buenaventura, Colom Colombia
bia Colombia were guests of honor at sup supper
per supper party given Ty Mr. and Mrs.
USO-JWB was the guest speakeri Michael Schommer at their- home
pi ine evening, nil lauress was m iuaigama uu cnuajr cvcuiiig.
on the subject of Faith, to which
Diane has dedicated her term.
The Installing Worthy Adviser,
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Florida State Officials Governor
In Agreement Of Fruit Fly Fund Rov;
VtTi CORN Amazing New;
! York finds something a-maizmg i
Recorder; Nancy Therrell ami" in-' a staix or corn a mm tne can
llarino, Marianela Stanziola, Ma Ma-nuelita
nuelita Ma-nuelita Moses, Maruquel Boyd, Ly Ly-dis
dis Ly-dis Moreno, Nair de la Guardia
and ttstela Stunts.
are: president, Mrs. itaipn r.
Dials; vice president, Mrs. Wil
liam E. Hilbush; secretary, Mrs.
Benjamin F. Valdez; and treasur
er, Mrs. Rudolph J. Glogovcsan.
The new board of governors is President's Mother
Mrs. Raymond u. Wilson, Mrs.
John E. McCaffrey, and Mrs. Rob-J
ert n. .vans
Mrs. Francisco Arias, mother of
His Excellency, President of the
ReDublic of Panama, was hnstese
The newly elected officers and or luncheon Md Mrd l
Mrs. Miguel A, Fernandez, the
vice president, welcomed the flew
hih members Mesdaraes Craw
ley, Raigoaz, Calloway, B t a m i.
Here For Inauguration
Of R.P. President
Gen. David Shaltiel, Israeli Min Minister
ister Minister to Mexico and Eric Heinc-
and Dangle.' Tho following ladies1 man, Honorary Israeli Consul of
were greeted as suests. Mrs. Ber-
nler, Mrs. Vigil, and Mrs. Hull.
Mrs. Luis M. Barrera was me
Guatemala are expected to arrive
tonight in Panama.
They will attend the inaugura
happy winner of the door prize, a tion of Panama President Eernes-J
bridge Cloth: io ae ia uuaraia jr. nexi luonuay.
Mrs. Shriver thanked the host-! Mr. Heineman is accomoanied
tsses, lira, Wittiam T. Drydale, by his wife. : 1;.,
Slim Fat Away
If fat rutin jroiir 8(ur or makM
rou hort at krultli and andanrara
jour haalth jroul wiU AM it aaar
, to loae a half poufad a day with tha
FORMODE. N olutte dl.tini ar
xsreisa. Absolutalr af. Aim your
nem isc tot t UHMUUK aa4
The Haseloffs, former residehts
of Brazos Heights, have been the
Forest Wise, presented each of house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Da-
her outgoing officers with a gift. I vid Brown of Margarita during
service oars were given to the tneir vacation nere ana pian io re re-girls
girls re-girls who had earned them during, turn to Buenaventura this week.
the past term. -
The new officers are: Worthy (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
"yons of Manhattan's skyscrap
ers. The corn is in the church churchyard
yard churchyard of St Paul's Chapel et
Broadway and Fulton Street,
and is believed to have grown
from seed thrown to pigeons.
t hiiti. a nrn- i Lt) ur ih uuiiniiH jr. nrxi iiiuiiuiiv.
f i f Mrs. Shriver thanked the host-! Mr. Heineman is accomoanied ;
i: , tsses, jura, wuuam i. uryaaie, oy ms was.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 26 (UPV-1
TALLAHASSE, Sept, 26 (UP) (UP)-State
State (UP)-State cabinet officials agreed with
Gov. LeKoy coihns today that the
Plsnt Board should hot expect ad
ditional state emergency funds for
the Mediterranean trull fly fight.
But in Lakeland there were im imports
ports imports thai two unnamed members
of the Honda Citrus commission
yeaf. -A Officials 'questioned lr.
Broward Culpepper,' secretary lo
the Board of Control which also
coompriscs the Plant Board, about
the financial situation.
, Culpepper said officials feel cer certain
tain certain the current infestation will be
"licked"' by Jan. .1; but if is im important
portant important to ken trani and confirm
and several other Industry leaders spraying for two' years to'prevent
plan to go to Tallahassee to talk a recurrence. ' t
with, the governor about providing ; .v....,.,.
more state funds. , ,,5 r Eiuu",
. ;; lnot anticipate trouble three
There were also reports that a j months before the money runs out.
firouo of citrus men favors im- "The state has been liberal with
posmg a one-cent per box tax on:money r ims emerRency and we
fresh citrus to help pay additional iwant to see aU- attitude of r on
costs ot tne program. , iammg me program wnnin tnst
Officials estlmStorf TAcpntlv fhat amount Of money. Collins said.
the 10 million dollar state-federali Agriculture Commissioner Na-
contribution would give out bviihan Mayo said the itrus and
Jan. l, and more money would vegetable interests 'should be r, r,-be
be r,-be needed for a two-year control Iif'e the funds are running our.
program," "-. 1 There have btert suggestions that
' Ifruit and i vegetable. Interests' con con-.
. con-. Collins j-riticized the plant tribute financially to the Medlly
Board for anficinatin? a flmindM ffcht.
defleirand saidthere is mile tike-', .-"' : V ;
hhood nf more state;fund;l' 3 f
The Cabinet released $!80;i59 to
day fenm the 5-million emergency
appropriation granted by the spec
ial legislative session earlier this
Huge Ocean Liners
Return From Europe
Mark End Of Season
. i. i t1 t. I f 1
NEW YORK. Sept. 3& iWV: iWV:-Five
Five iWV:-Five huge ocean liners brousht
Roger, M. Kyes. former deputy more than 7,000 travelers, includ-
defense secretary received -1 h ln8 the Duke and Duchess of
Nivy's Distinguislied Public Serv- Windsor, ttNew York today,
ice Award today for "outstanding marking ; the end of the annual
contributions" while serving the European peak summer travel
government. Kyes, a vice prest- son i .. . T f
dent of General Motons Com..! The duke and,; duchess were
was deputy to Defense Secretary among 1,684 ; passengers aboard
Charles E. Wilson from January,' the luxury liner. United States,
1953 to May, 1954.
wipes out r perspiration
wmcn aocKea at 8 a.m
The Mauretania, carrying 1,061
persons, arrived at almost exact
ly the same time at nearby pier.
wiuun the hour, two more
giants of the scat were eased into
neighboring berths on the Hudson
River. The Cristoioro Colombo
brought 1,230 passengers snd the
yueen Elizabeth, the world s larg largest
est largest liner, brought 2.110. : w i 1
The liner America arrived later
with 937 passengers. . j
The Windsor said they. would
be in New York until Oct. 11, They
made the trip to consult their
attorney .about establishing a
'Wi dsor award" to provide liv living
ing living and traveling expenses for an
exchange of painters between
France and the United States.
SMMpSaWliSSSSMpBW USssMSi ill am v
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Cyd Charlsse In
"Deep Into My Heart
e in recnnicoiori
A GREAT PICTURE!
Cornel Wilde tn
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight :
BALBOA 6:15 8:10
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' Also showing Thursday!
DIABLO HTS. 1:15 -7:55
e Rosalind Russell -e
"Never Wave at a Wac"
Triors. "Appointment in
-PHENIX CITY STORY"
Frl. "Fangs of the Wild"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:45
"I Cover The Underworld"
Thurs. "This Is My Love"
CRISTOBAL 8:15 8:00
"SECOND GREATEST SEX"-CinemaScope-Colorr
Thurs. "The Winslow Boy"
PARAISO 6:15 V 6:15
LA BOCA 7:00
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:30
"Battles of Chief Pontiac"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 7:35 "THREE BAD SISTERS"
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LUCHO and his ORCHESTRA will play
his special brand of music that's become
tops with all Isthmians!
Air-conditioned Bella Vista Room
Call Maitre V 31666
, for reservations
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BELLE LE. GRAND
THE BIG i
al and Otli
t r .cars' ;
7 -i!ar monthly luncheon
( the Coco Solo umcers umcers-i
i umcers-i b was held last Friday,
i PHihprs -welcomed aboard
tcv Duffy. Mary Ann
i i ..Ma &lman.
s were extended to
. -Vins, Kay Hume, Jean
. Arune aims, nn
w:inia Clement, Madelin
. lioda Garnett Kay Star-
L oris Holloway, Benuce McJ
Joan Thorne, Celeste r er
for the luncheon were
Marian k pphe. Lee Smith ana
Kav V arbuck. Caryl Siembt and
Jane irowniee win a as nosiesa-
es for toe October meeting.
Th wives will sponsor Hap Happy
py Happy Hour, Friday Oct. 5 with Mrs.
Bee) e and Mrs. Smith hostesses
Ifor the event. ,s
Gut 's at the luncheon ware
Miss 1 cretta O'Connor, guest of
Mrs. Craig: Louisa Geregai and
Olga San Fehpo, guests of Mrs.
Beebe; Zelda McCain's g u e s t s
iwere Frankie Lame, Nina wu-
jliams, and Wilma Brantler. ..
A.r. Leno San Felipo of Casullo's
spoke to the group on the subject
'M jewels, explaining how many of
the svnuieuc gems are m a a e.
sources of the true gems and be
i-rot ght with him samples of
stones, both set and unset, it was
a most interesting and enlighten enlightening
ing enlightening lecture. .
USASCARIB Provost Ma r s h a 1,
Mrs. J. R. Walton presented him
with a 7 lb. UVt oz. boy at 5:26
a.m.,' yesterday at Gorgas Hospi
"Just 19 hours and. 34 minutes
too early." Col. Walton remarked,
Both Mrs. Walton and her' son,
John Joseph, -are resting comfor comfortably.
tably. comfortably. Cel. And Mr. R. A. Jones
Announce Birth Of Son
A son, Robert Fletcher, was
born to Colonel and Mrs. R. A.
Jones, Jr., Monday, Sept. 17, at
Gorgas Hospital. ; ; r V 'i
Col. Jones Is. a member of the
U. S. Army and at present is Pro
gram director lor usakcakib,
The Jones have, in addition to
the new arrival four children, Al
len. 17. presently : attending Tne
Mercersburg Academy, Mercers Mercers-burgh,
burgh, Mercers-burgh, Pa.; Sally Ann, 13; Martha,
: ana William, 3. ; .. i
Col. Jones was graduated from
the U S. Military Academy in
Bitea Exhibit At
Clayton Service Club
There will be an exhibit of Ba
tes which a recent class has dec
orated at the Fort Clayton Service
uuo tonignt at 7:30.
Each member will show at
least one Bates finished during the
There will be orchestra music,
refreshments," and a judging for
me oesi decorated flatea ana a
CI. And Mrs. Waltei Welcome
I naav's Iha 15th birthdav ef th,prize ,w,rd- PlaM wiU 18 18-loaaysme
loaaysme 18-loaaysme isi wnnaay ox tne,.,....,! fnp th. ,Tf pU..
jcial gift for her husband who is
Te'ephon 2-3C68 --
Today, Wednesday. .Sept. 21
r.rt. .v I
4:c:) -iture Review
4:33 "what's Your Favorite (re-
. cuests taken by pnone
tni 3:C0) r
5:33 What's Your FT0rit
6:00 Allen Jackosn Commen
6:15 I LUS RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW (Pabst Beer) ?
6:30"awali Calls (WRUL)
7:iJ i-allj Of Ivy
7:30 VOA' Report from U.S.'
8:( ') Music Ey Roth
8:3 Musical Theater
:C3 You Asked For It (re-l
ciiie-'. aken by phone
E0:3i cdv... -a Ol Americ
l:0G-Jazz Till Midnight
112:00 Sign OK.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 27
:CJ Eiirn On Alarm Clock
Club (requests taken
by phone tiU 7:00)
7:?") Morninir Salon Concert
Church In The Wildwood
,cred Heart -.
)rarls Star Time
-i pins and Needles (re (re-ci'iests
ci'iests (re-ci'iests taken by phone
t .:i 8:30)
1:CT Kews .
l:t : 3 pins And Ne dies
pl:Ji Meet The Entertainer
2:rt News ?.
p.. Lunch time Melodies
T2-: -f wect And Hot .'
1:13 Music Of Manhattan
1:; i ;,ons Of The pioneers
1:4 i Spirit Of The Vikings
2:t Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show
2:Z ) l tuch-B i n d i n g-In-The-l
I'arsn : -:;.
S:C" Hank Snow And His
Kainbow Ranch Boys
3 : 1 : ammy Kaye Show
Z,: : :-ruslc For Thursday"
4:! : eature Review -4;:
v.'hat's Your Favorite (re-
cisrsts taken by phone
till 3:00) .
S:H Kews i : '. ''.
5 hat's Your Favorltt
(fmt'd) : ' .'
6:c Allen Jackosn Commen-
t"y (WRUL) V
6:1 fX'S RIBBON SPORTS
' VIEW (Pabst Been
ft -H'.r phone Hour (WRUL)
1 : f : v,n -how
".' V report from 0.8. ;
f : : ; fUian Theater .v..-.
f 3 It From Here
s i ;ed For It (re
Church Christmas Bazaar
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Churches of Our Saviour' and St.
Margaret announces that the date
of the Annual Christmas Bazaar
has been set for .Friday, Nov. 16.
The affair will be held at the St.
Margaret's Parish Hall starting at
6 p.m. and the proceeds derived
win oe put into the church build
ing fund.f,;v i -i.Mi,tnh.w i
ine bazaar this year 'will once
again feature many of the attrac
tions of last years bazaar includ
ing umstmas centeroeices. hand
iwork, Christmas decorations and
doll clothes, plus many new items
such as yo-yo dolls, Christmas
card holders, hand made jewel
ry and a special fifty cent limit
booth for the bargain minded. The
Woman's Auxiliary will also serve
pie ana case ana coiiee,
"Each notice for Inclusion- in this
column should bo submittod in
typo-writton form and mailed to one
of the boa numbers iirtoe daily in
."Social and Otherwise," or aolivtr aolivtr-sd
sd aolivtr-sd by hand to the effica. Notkos of
meatinis vnnot bo accepted by
The Canal Zone Gem and Mine Mineral
ral Mineral Society will hold its September
meeting on Friday, at 7:30 at
the Diablo Clubhouse Hall. Mr,
Henry Summerfreund, of Mercurios
ui Panama, will give a taut on tne
"Chatham Emerald Members
please bring your outstanding gem
or mineral specimens. Guests and
visitors are welcome. :
Canal Zono Art League
meet tomorrow at Greening. 313-
4A Gatun. Organization o t the
Annua Exibition in Novembre will
be the main project for the even
.CZ College Club..,
Meets Monday... ... ... ... ...
The Canal Zone College : Club
will meet at 3:30 Monday, Oct at
the JWB-USd, La Boca Road, Bal
Tea will be a e r v e d bv Mrs
Thomas S. McKlbbon assisted by
Mmes. Aiderton, Batnmann, Bran-
stetter, C. J. Browne, Chambers,
Colclasure, Cooper,. Daniels, Davis
Dryja, Duff, Fields. Fiske. Fried Friedman,
man, Friedman, Hornish, Moon, Rowan, Sey
mour, bnaw; xnornotn, Misses Ed Edwards;
wards; Edwards; and Farley.
The i program will be presented
by the Thursday Morning Study
Group, with Mr. William J. Sheri Sheridan,
dan, Sheridan, Jr, giving a talk on "WUIs."
Will Moot Friday ..
ine fanama Chapter of the
Quartermaster Associntion will
hold its monthly meeting at the
American Legion, Friday. Dinner
win oe served at 7.30 p. m.
MOYtES TV AD0
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi
lywood on TV: Walt Disney is
moth-balling Davy Crockett as a
Fess Parker special and will star,
him in the real-life role of west
ern hero James Tevis. ... Mil Milton
ton Milton Berle's nephew, 18-year-old
Marshall, is headed for four
years of Navy duty. He's a dou double
ble double for- "Mr. Television" and nasi
his sights set on show business.
Meanwhile, Bene and Sheldon,
(Foreign, Intrigue) Reynolds are
huddling on a new -TV comedy
series. Reynolds once worked for
Bene as a comedy writer when
the latter was Mr. Radio.
Illona Massey winged to Mexico
City to star in a whodunit film
TV series being produced by
Emanuel iteicni tor abc-tv.
Some wag at NBC suggested to
producer Alan Handley that ho
uso Nanette Fabray, Janet Blair
and Imogen Coca on on show
and call it "Caesar's Salad."
Italian cutie Rossana Rory will
costar with Errol Flynn in three
Of his English telefilms.- She's his
leading lady, too, in 'The Big
Booaie..-.. it, j
Gene Evans, who clicked is i
film star" in "The Steel Helmet"
a few years back, isn't whistling
a single blue note about his father
role in the telefilm series, ''My
Friend Flicka.", : .. i
The weekly eoisodes with the
equine whinny wonder have kept
uene from a number of feature
films that turned out well, but
he's balancing the loss with this
I vo got a very good thlna In
this series. I'm making mora nor
film than most actors In TV and
I have a wonderful rosidual sot
up. If all of thorn are shown five
or six times, I'll b able to buy
cnain or grocery storos.',
At one point Gene thouzht niav-
oe ne was being ecupsea by
moppet star and a horse. "But
no more, V he iinnsi v "We've
found? a" terrifie adult audience
that we didn t really expect."
kko is noadtd for tne most
ambitious telefilm production of
an tne major studios. Half-hour.
60-minute and 90-minute telefilms
under the guidance of Alex
March, former producer of ; Stu
dio One. . If an upcoming
Twentieth Century-Fox hour-lone
film drama titled "Operation Cic
ero", sounds familiar to you.
here's why. It's a remake of
Fox's "Five Fingers.? Maria Ri Ri-va
va Ri-va and Ricardo Montalban star
in the small-screen edition.
It ain't nocottarily se that all
th aagobrush drama you'll bo
ing on "Dick Powell's Zano
Grey Theater" is from Zano
Grey's pan. The producers are
buying original western yarns
from all kinds of writers.
Zippy lean Shawlee's let her
career sights on movie elamor
roles since returning from a stel stellar
lar stellar TV series in England. Says
Joan, a little wistfully:
"After all that me-n-the-f ace
with Abbott and Costello. it might
be kinda nice to get a leer from
Lancaster for a change."
MGM's Glenn Ford i starrer.
"The Fastest Gun Alive," latest
movie based on a TV show, will
give the Culver City plant a hefty
pront. rurcnase ot the live play.
"The Last Notch." on which the
film is based, cost Producers
Russell Rouse nad Clarence
Greene a mere $4,000, I hear. i
Now it's Roy Rogers and the
Seven Little Rogers. All seven of
their children appeared with
them at the Ohio and Iowa state
fairs lust before tbev returned to
Hollywood for more telefilm mak making.
ing. making. :
Hollywood's finally catching up
with America's baby boom. Judy
Holliday plays the title role of a
mama to be in "Full of Life" and
it's a "Bundle of Joy." on and
off the screen, for Eddie Fisher
and Debbie Reynolds, .0
' Worst pun of the weekt One
of Bob Hope's writers: "Moot me
for lunch at the Romeo Restau
rant. ) Do you know it, Bob?"
Bob: "Sure, ..... that's, whore
Juliet." s;v v-v- f
M t;V .T.: I M V s, I
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Reefs Boast They Will Boot
West Out Of Vital Oil Area
LONDON, Sept. 26 (UP) Com-'
munist diplomats boasted to-'
day that their foot in the door of
the Middle East eventually will
boot out the West from the vital
With rpmarlrahlA cplf.acciirnnpA
these Communist diplomats pre predicted
dicted predicted that "in a matter of a few
years at the most" the West will
be divested of its power snd in-1
fluence in the Middle East and
its control of the nil that mibpc
the Mideast nations so strategic
The diplomats foresaw a two-'
poini ceieat tor tne west:
1. It will lose its hold on th nil.
2. The Middle East nations will
force the West to abandon its
military bases in the area.
Thus Russia, with Its foothold in
&VDt. would Rllrrppri in neutral.
lzing the Middle East at little.
NEW DAR WELCOMEBwMrs. Ruth Daniel First Vice Presi President
dent President of Panama Canal Chapter, Daughters of the' American
Revolution, welcomes new member Mrs, William CV Hitchcock
into the society at a" breakfast ''jbt'QuitnJlUtm of the
Hotel Tivoll. ., ;
If you auftar Irom Qatting Up
Nlghta, Backacha, L( Palna, Lorn ot
. Vigour, Karroumeaior waaknwa, yon
ahould help your Proatata Gland Im Immediately
mediately Immediately with Rogena. Thla madiclno
makaa you (Ml younyer, atronffer, and
abl to .aleeo without lntarruption.
Oat Boaana Irom fvai chamlat today.
J It MM .i t.,J4
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i run ml
' See "BACKLASH"!...' the story of five nameless grates
that hid the dangerous secret of the sixth manr... Star Starring
ring Starring Richard Wldmark and Donna Reed in grim, gripping
drama set against savage Apache terror!. Y "BACKLASH"!
in technicolor OPENS TOMORROW Zf AT THE CENTRAL.
PARIS. SeDt. 2 'Vttp Tfc
government seized today's Issue
of the Communist newspaper
L'Humanite and prevented its
distribution on newsstands.
' It was the third time" in nine
months that the government has
ordered police to seize an issue.
Sources said the government ob objected
jected objected to' an editorial in today's
paper denouncing French policy
The diplomacy involved la ele
mental Russia can win in the
Middle East with virtually ne
effort and without even trying te
attain much influence among the
Arab states. If the West is forced
out of the region, nationalism
would provide the political vae
uum that would insulate it and,
in effect, cost the West dearly us
terms of oil and strategic military
bases. Russia need not carry ta
matter further than that. A neu neutral
tral neutral Middle East is anti-western
by 'the rules' of international
The Iron Curtain diplomats,
gloating over the Anglo-French
Suez troubles, said In private
talkr that they safely could pre predict
dict predict all Mideastern oil installa
tons would, be "nationalized" by
the Arab, countries within a few
years....- -' ;
However, the Communists ad admitted
mitted admitted that the West still would
have the option of buying Mideast
oil from sovereign Mideast states
"on a business-like basis," and
in free competition with such other
customers as Russia,;
:? Starts October 1st
Beginners 5:00 p.m.
Intermediate 6:00 p.m.
Advanced 7:00 p.m.
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i ; M Of Dreams
i t Under The Stars
Stewards Council .... ..
Tomorrow Nighf i
Mr. Nesbit P. Alexis. Chairman
of the Atlantic reeion. Local 900-
At&MU.-AfL.-CIO.. announces that
the regular stewards. Council
meeting will be convened tomor-
row night, at the Local's Office in
Cristobal, starting at 7:30, o'clock.
A well balanced agenda is heme
piepared. and special reports will
be given. 1
J. All Stewards are hereby urged
Emblem Club No. 52 1 r
The Cristobal Emblem Club, No.
52 will hold their regular monthly
meeting at the Eiks Home in Br Br-jos
jos Br-jos Heights on Tuesday, Oct. 2 U
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You'll treasure these beautiful new cases for years
and save money-for all you replace is the lipstick.
From now on. all vou buy Is vour Revlon lip- i
stick shades Your 'FUTURAMA' case goes on ;; -NSl
and ort like jewelry. (In fact, 'FUTURAMA f :J
.cases were designed tor Kevlon by tne tamous ,:?rp-,p!;.s,w.
jeweler Van Cleef & Arpels) New shades click r
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of Tabogar the weekend viai viai-V
V viai-V tor cin rest his eyes en soft
' blue water, framed by palin
I trees and flowers in the fore-
f led i islands I of Ft. Amador
canbe seenin the distance,
the illusion of being far froin
everyday lifal is one of t'-.e
attracti0ni of Tabca.
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You owe it to yourself to simplify your
housework with an Electrolux Vacuum :
cleaner or Floor Polisher.
Dirt remaining! with an Electrolux
is gone forever, not stirred to be
dusted again and again.
Make your floor as polished as
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V 1 your table, easily with an
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CHILDRtN UP 1A-UjA may bt ieeri ,0emnly going to school lad in neat uniforms or.:",
.shells on the beach. Here two little girls sit on the sea-wall, patching the tourists pass by c.i t'i
T, SIFTDIEER 2S 1958
tZJ FANAMA AMERICA?! A!f ECBI7EVCEXT DAILY XTrTSPAra
f-i 17 ""Ml 1 lft
5 iV-Ki '
TOH MAMY rnniC 'The c?okil1g c,as 'ntfir American Women's Club meets at their first lunch-
: 1 ; r on of the year, which was helc at Atbrook Field. Hostesses for the occasion wer
. j ; Mrs. T H. Landon and Mrs. E. W- Napier. 4
. I IVn V UODA v 's anc(' by studfnX of the special afternoon classes' of the Institute Alberto Einstelivat
A LI V tLT nUKA their harvest festival celebration held Sunday at the Kol Shearjthi .Israel Temple KPanama
City. These students also presented,. play et'. M "three languages; Hebrew, Spanish nd English ,'';
if if riiMr saia unicKen uinie. mis xime vnicxen uinie maxes nis Tamous ODservanon in.
i I J r..LLIitU, Spanish, as second graders of the Institute" Alberto Einstein act out the playlet fori
- 1 f ?t the festival of the harvest (Succoth) held at Kol Shearith. Temple, Sunday, ". ;
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Only 1.25 pr,
J?7?oc Pearls of course,
get they gleam with -the
of fabulous pearls
that should cost mantj
dollars more. ; ' -.
" JTso a fabulous new
collection of hair
ornaments of all tapes at
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Phone 2-177J v
nnvrn KTAC .,
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See our Precious
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Tht vnptrtkm U him Nay tm m
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"TO PANAMA AMERICAN AN DfEEEENDEXT DAILY KmSTATt
ewcombe ; To Try
o Get Dodders, Back Into
To Tie Braves
Robin Roberts To Oppose
Big Don At Ebbets Field;
Maglie Tosses No-Hitter
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept 28 (IIP) It's up to Don
Newcombe and the embattled Dodders to see today
that Sal Mazlie didat pit ae of baseball's all-time
' wasten)ieces in Tain,
Given a repriere V the 39
year-old Maglie's 5-4. te6-;
uraph, the Dodgers send New
combe against Robin Roberts
and the Philadelphia Hsilflas
tnrtav in an effort te SVCcn the
two-game aeries and t back h-
to a tie for the Nauoou uc&ix
lead with the idle Milwaukee
Braves. A loss wild drop the
Dodgers a full game behind the
Braves with three tames left for
"That lie-hltter wt to
woty h av nickel if we dent win
Wednesday, said Jaek'e
tason tn the Dodger crabheese
last night" "Bat wc eaet let
" tba.fc happen. We've jest get te
re en now and take it all."
For- Maglie, meanwhile, there
warthe honor of having pitched
the-ntost spectacular "clutch
game? the majors had seen In
481 ysars. Not since Cleveland's
AOnia joss pucneu paitvi.
gateX' against the White Sox in
the ifecisjve game of the 1908
American League pennant race
had 4 pitcher turned in a no no-hitter
hitter no-hitter with, so much riding on
every, delivery. -j
It waa a game the Dodgers
hajd to win because Warren
Spahri, s another great old pro,
hajd pitched the Braves to a 7-1
viotory over the Cincinnati Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs Tuesday afternoon. That
viotory all but mathematically
eliminated the Redlegs from "jhe
rate and it would have just a a-bout
bout a-bout "cooked" the Dodgers, too,
If they failed to beat the Phillies.
In ihls situation, the amazing
Maglie a one'tlme "Mexican
Jiuhper" and later the-most fa famous
mous famous VDodger killer" of 'em aU
as rstar -pitcher with the'hated
Giants achieved his finest
hour: He" walked only two bat bat-ter!lnd
ter!lnd bat-ter!lnd hit another in setting
dowrv, the Phillies with' ft. total
of j 'pitches. I&was his 12th
victory, since Joining the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers tfom the, Indians oneMay 16.
' The: Dodgers staked Maglie to
a three-run' lead in the second
inning with Roy4Campanella's
two-runlomer the key blow and
added two more tallies with the
aid of an error by catcher Stan
Lopata in the third,
Newcombe wHI be seeking
his' 27th victory against six
, losses today when he faces
Roberts, who is winding up a
. disappointing campa'gn but
nevertheless has an 18-17 rec-
. ord. Roberts has a lifetime 15 15-11
11 15-11 edge over the Dodgers at
Ebbetts Field and still feels he
has a chance to win 20 games
Spahn's splendid effort ena
v bled the 35-year-old Milwaukee
southpaw to reach the 20-victo-ry
mark for the seventh time in
'. his career a feat which previ
ously was attained by only Gro Gro-'
' Gro-' ve Cleveland Alexander,- Chris-
tv .Mathewsnn Wnlt.pi- .Tnhnsnn
Eddie Plank. Lefty Grove and
Bob Lemon. Spahn yielded only
six; hits and one walk in chalk chalking:
ing: chalking: up the 203 win of his career.
, Johnny AntonelU won his 19th
1 game as the New York Giants
rotlted the Pittsburgh. Pirates,
10-C, and Don Kaiser pitched
the Chicago Cubs to a 6-2 decl
alon after the St. Louis Cardi
nals turned in a triple play en
route to a 5-1 win behind Lindy
. McDaniel in other N.L. activity.
In the American League, the
champion New York Yankees
. downed tbe Baltimore Orioles,
11-6, as R'll Skowron drove in
tip runs with a single and a
Vmfcfc. Mickey Mantl appear appeared
ed appeared eJry as a pinch-hitter a a-gaba
gaba a-gaba aad kept bis average at
Jii six aetata ahead of Bos-,
toa'i Ttd WiUiams.
Early -Wynn gained his 20th
victory when Rocky Colavito's
three-ran 10th inning homer
tare the Cleveland Indians a 4-
1 triumph ever the Kansas city
Athletics and Billy Boeft notch
ed na 19 witn tbe neip oi nom nom-ers
ers nom-ers by Earl Torgeson and Char Charley
ley Charley Maxwell as the Detroit Ti Tigers
gers Tigers scored a 5-3 decision over
the Chicago White Sox. Max Maxwell's
well's Maxwell's 28th homer set a dub rec record
ord record for a left-banded batter.
Williams knocked in four runs
with his 24th homer and a Bas
es-loaded walk to lead the Red
Sox to a 10-4 win over the
Washington Senators in the
other game. The loss was the
Senators' 10th straight and 16th
In 17 games.
YESTERDAY'S STAR Sal
-Twenty member, and an eoual
number of guests attended last
nignrs meeting of the "El Pan Panama
ama Panama Skin Diving Club." Though
relatively new organization.
th club has made tremendous
strides in bringing km diving
rwiLuia us reacn Oi wvwrjonq iv-
teresiea in participating, jn ims
greatest of all aouatic, snorts.
These regularly" scheduled Tues
day night meetings are held at
the new, outdoor pavilion at the
Hotel El Panama, ..
Thus far the club has held
four meetings and has sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored two outings to nearby islands.
Members attending these trips
have returned with enthuiastic
praise for Sundays well spent.
Numbered among the rewards
from these ventures are health healthful
ful healthful exercise, bronze suntans, tre
mendous appetites (to be satis satisfied
fied satisfied by boat loads of fish) and
many. new' friends. n-
This Sunday, for the first time,
the club will Invade the game
fish filled waters of Bona and
Otoque islands. Watch this col column
umn column for the event, of this trip.
For many of the less experlenc-
ea memoers, mis will be a truiy
adventurous trip to the deeper
waters where the big fish play.
Interested persons Should con contact
tact contact the club president. Bob Mc Mc-Ilvaine
Ilvaine Mc-Ilvaine at El Panama Skin Div Diving
ing Diving headquarters between 9 ajn.
and 5 p.m. any day. 1 1
The club members are plan planning
ning planning a splash party at the Ho Hotel
tel Hotel El Panama in the near fu future.
ture. future. All skin divers, guests and
the general public will! be cor cordially
dially cordially invited.
An article about the club will
appear every week, describing
meetings, activities, trips and
parties, so 'till next week see
you pn the bottom. : ;
BROOKLYN, Sept 26 (UP
Shot w'th new hope by Sal
Maglie's spectacular no-hftter,
the Brooklyn Dodgers seek to
tie idle Milwaukee for the Na National
tional National League lead today by
beating star pitcher Robin
Roberts of the Philadelphia
tf the "Bums" can beat the
Phillies in their day game at
Ebbets Field this aiiernoon, uiey
will n inti flat tie with the
Braves for first place each with
tnree games leu w piay. i
But if Roberts, the League's
top winning pitcher of the post
war era,- can whip Brooklyn,
men uie uuugcis-. wm ue
very bad spot, indeed.
Big Don Newcombe, the
Dodgers' 26-game winner, was
slated to oppose Roberts on
, the mound. Tbe fk-e-balLng
righthander has won eight
straight games and : has 17
wins in his last 18 decisions.
Mairlie 39-vear-oId ex-N e w
York Giant, came through with
one of the greatest "money
games" in baseball history last
night when he stopped the Phil
lies witnout a nit in a 5-0 tri tri-umDh.
umDh. tri-umDh. The nerformance left the
Dodgers a half-came behind
Milwaukee, which had beaten
Cincinnati in a day game 7-1.
In The Majors
(Based on 375 official at bats)
Plaver. Club c a r h net
Aarnn Mil 11(1 fQA 1HA 1Qi 59
Virdon, Pitt. 1S4 566 76 181 .320
Musial, Sit. L. 152 581 84 182 .313
Ciemente, P. 144 530 66 164 .309
S'dienst, N.Y. 129 476 60 146 .307
AMERICAN LEAGUE ,'
Mantle,,, N.Y. 146 527 131 187 .355
William B, 13? 387'69,135 .349
MaxweU, D. v'l37 484 97 161 .333
Kuenn, pet. 142" 575 92 190 .330
Nieraan,;Bal. 127 427. 63 135 319
i HOME RONS,
Mantle. Yanks 51
Snider,, Dodgers . ., 39
Robinson, Redlegs ...... 38
Adcock. Braves 37
Post, Redlegs . . ...... 3a
Mathews, Braves . . i , 36
Mays, Giants ........... 36
TWO MORE POINTS-Center Tom White of Albrook AFB scores over the attempted block of
the Tri-Post Troopers' Jim Belluomini hi a Panama Area Armed Forces game Saturday
night. Dave Seals (4) and Lee Straube (2S of the Tri-Posters move in with the Flyers
Warren Smith (61) to coyer the board. Albrook. won by the lopsided score of 113-67, set setting
ting setting a. new league scoring mark in the proce ss. : . 1
Dunlop Tournament Reaches
Semifinals At Panama Club
RUNS BATTED IN
: Mantle, Yanks ......... 127
Kaline, Tigers .124
:i Musial, Cards '109
' Simpson. Athletics 106
k Berra, Yanks .... .... 103
-.i::r RUNS ';
Mantle, Yankees .......131
Robinson, Redlegs 120
' Snider, Dodgers ....... 107
Aaron, Braves 106'
Fox, White Sox ........ 106
Aaron, Braves 194
.Kuenn, Tigers 190-
I fox, White Sox 188
. Kaline, Tigers ......... 188
' Mantle, Yanks 187
(Based on 16 Decisions)
; W L PCt
Newcombe, Dodgers 26 6
Ford, Yanks 19 5
Freeman, Redlegs ...13 5
Maglie, Dodgers ...12 5
Along The Fairways
Coif Newt Prom
Tho Amador Ladies
Thursday, Sept, 13 Irene Robin Robinson
son Robinson had low gross of 82 in a match
against par tournament, with full
handicap. First low net was shot
by Bobbie Huhes with Marge Sew-
ell taking the second low net
spot. Third low net went to Laura
Hobson and Sylva carpenter won
the low outt orize.
A Stableford tournament with
3-4 handicap was played on Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, September 20. Low gross in
this tournament was -taken by
Svlvia CarDenter shooting a 79.
Our first place winner was- Bea
Fish. Bev Dilfer won second place
and Beverly Freidman took the
third place slot Low putt prize
was taken bv Marge Sewell.
The Chairman has announced
that the qualifying rounds for the
Fort Amador Ladies uun uiam-
DionshiD will have to be played
from October 2 through October
17. Come on girls. Lets all sign
up for this tournament.
Today Encanto .25 .75
Lana Turner In
' 1 "DIANE"
Frank Sinatra In '
"THE TENDER TRAP"
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Rossana PodesU In
' Rosa Carmlna In
"ESTRELLA SIN LUZ"
By Victor Gray
j Brooklyn .
St. Louis .'
" .460 lift
Philadelphia at Brooklyn
St Louig at Chicago
Only games scheduled.
TESTER!) AX'S RESULTS
Philadelphia 006 000 600- 2
Brooklyn 632 000 OOx 5 4 1
Meyer (7-11). Sanford and Lo-
Maglie (12-5) and rimnin.1.
Teams ' W t Ptt'. G.I
New York ... 96 54. .644
. 86 64
. 84 66
. 81 69
i. 66 '4
. 69 100
Mlwaukee 633 000 0107 15 1
Cincinnati : 001 000 0001 6 0
Spahn (20-10) and Crandall.
Jansen (2-3), Jeffcoat, Fowler,
Klippstein, Lawrence, Freeman
and Bailey, w .i v
York at Baltimore
Kansas Cty at Cleveland (N)
Chicago at Detroit
Washington at Boston,
New York .120 003 50811 U
Baltimore .010 202 610 6 9
Sturdivant 16-8), Dixon and
Harrison. Brawn v
jlnk Ferrarese and Trfandos.
Wight Game) '
S- City 000 000 100 01 4
leveland 000 000 001 34 lo
AMEBIC A N LEAGUE ""t """ ,""
The Cleveland Indians gave a good example of locking the
barn door after the horse has left, when they copped the week-
honors by winning five of their six scheduled contests. 4
c The" honor of producing the most 20-game winners has now
become the main topic of the Cleveland management. B o b
Lemon has already -attained "his place, in the charmed circle;1
and, by all indkationsr he will be joined byteammatei Herbi
Score and Early Wynn before the curtain goes down on Sunday.
Meanwhile, little or.no attention is being paid to the vari various
ous various rookie pitchers, who, could well be tried out in the games
remaining to have them pick up some much-needed experience.
' Mickey Mantle has regained the leadership in the present
batting race, displacing "Spitter" Ted Williams. As this is being
written, the Yanicee center-fielder sports a six-point lead over
the Red Sox' Slugger, and with five games left to play, stands
a reasonable chance In racking up his first big-league batting
championship. Mickey is hitting .365, while Ted's mark is .3so.
Mickey's 51 roundtrippers are tops in either circuit, while
hU 127 runs batted top Detroit's Al Kaline's 123 by four.
Last weed's play; 1
e -e-e 1 1. a 1
Washington .......... .6 0 6
... :. Season's totals : ;
' J V1 V1-.5110
.5110 V1-.5110 :m
E. It. H. E.
13 44 5
18i 38a 50 ISo 3ao 5U
G. W. L.
New York ,...ld bo oi
uevetana ....144 bo b4
Cmcago iH w. oa
boston, ...i...l49 80 69
Detroit .......148 78 70
Baltimore:.... 148 65 83
Washington ..149 58 91
Kansas tlty .149 50 99
1136 ; 132
9759 1064 5396
(Incluaes games of Sunday, Sept. 23)
-The Pittsburgh Pirates provided the looked for "miracle" so
eageny awaited oy Muwaukee fang when they checked the pennant-bound
BrooKlyn Dodgers 'in the two games played over
the week-end. 1 be Sunday contest was suspended in the upper
half of the ninth with two outs and Brooklyn on the, long end
of an 8 to 3 score, oh Monday morning Milwaukee led by one
percentage point. 11
i As it now stands and with only some five remaining games
to play, it can be anybody's race and that means the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Keds are also Included. )
The 'Redlegs by the way, put on a last-minute do or die
spurt after leaving Ebbets Field where they dropped two games
to the Bums, took a pair from the Cubs and' maae a clean sweep
'of the four-game series with the St. Louis, cardinals over the
week-end." 1 k-s-.-ty ':.''-: :;:;.
Don Newcombe continues to show the w a y to all major
league pitchers. The burly Don before Sunday's suspended con contest
test contest sported the' elevated mark of 25 victories against six de defeats.
feats. defeats. To date, Don is the only National League hurler over the
20-game marx, but it is expected that during the course of the
week that;he will be Joined by Johnny AntonelU of the Giants
and the Braves' Warren Spahn.
Henry Aaron continues, to pace the hitting department. His
,326 batting mark gives him the leadership. Pittsburg's Bill
Virdon with .320 is in the second spbt.
, The Cincinnati Red Legs with 220 home runs are Just one
short of tying the record set by the New York Giants in 1947.
With three games remaining, it Is quite possible that, a new
record' will be set. -..-. 1
How they fared last weekr ,-, 1
', Season's totals:
H. E. R. H. E.
9 32 2
30 1 78 4
26 66 10
223 452 46 223 452 46
St. Louis ..
..Includes games of Sunday. Sept-ZU-
(First Game) M
St. Louis 002 000 ot K 1 1
Chicago 010 000 000 1 7 4
McDaniel (6-6) and Katt.
HUlman (0-2), Yalent'nettl
Play in the Dunlop Tournamen
at the Panama Golf' Clnh h
j reached the semi-finals with the
results of the past week matches
now in the record books, uordon
Dalton took Tony Jankus into, darkness).
camp ny a 4 up ana 3 victory wnue st. Louis
uoc jMiuen naa nig nanas tuu witn
Bill LeBrun and had to sheet an
even par 72 to come in with a 2
and 1 margin. Dalton and. Mitte vi
win meet this week-end in the un-
SSht w- namPlonsniPi Pittsburgh 000 000 000-1 5
While f)lfM fijifllp. ur oninff .(,.im-i iv
on Harvey "LeChip" Bell con continued
tinued continued with his accurate chips to
in,e pin to overcome tne always
tough Bob Terres by the narrow
margin of 1 up. The touehest earn
ed victory of the week was Major
10m tonners over Koy UUcken 1
haus. 'i A
Burnette, Crimlan (4-1), Gor Gorman
man Gorman and Smith. ,
Wynn (20-9) and flegan.
001 110 0003
10 002 02x 5
Donovan (lMo), Wilson and
Hoeft (19-13) and R. Wilson.
(Called in 8th on account of .''""""non 000 Z02000 4
uvstun zu U4u our in is
000 000 022 -1
Chicago ,s 000 202 2x 6 11
Blaylock (1-6), Schmidt and
Kaiser (4-9) and Chlti. .!;
Sisler (8-8), Delock and Wh te.
These two players were all even
after 18 holes on Saturday and had
to go another 18 the following dav
Sunday when Connors putter was
a bit too hot for Ghckenhaus with
Connors coming out on top by a 3
and 1 edge, Conners jnd Beall will
meet this coming week-end in
what should prove to be a 'bang-
up maicn. --v -'...-.-.in ,..ia?.
Second Flight play saw J, Sib
auste eke out a 1 up victory over
joe -w;ir Muuarkey; Harry
wiuis wim a a ana i eage over a
De Mena: j. D. Ma vies over .F.
Prudy 5 and 4, and M. Banks edg
ing &. t idanque z up. sibauste
will meet Willis and Maylesf goes
against Banks in this weeks semi-'
Logan ss ...
Aaron rf v.
Kline (14-17), Arroye,. Turkey
AntonelU (19-13), Surkont and
Pafko.lf .......... 3
Dlttmer 2b ...... 9
Crandall c ....... 3
Spahn p 5;
R H Po A
' 38 7 15 27 7
Temple 2b ....... 3 0
Baney c .....
BeU cf ......
Robinson If ..
Crowe lb ..v
Freeman p ..
In the Consolation Flight J. Mas
set proved just a bit too rood far
C Morris downing him 1 up, Nene e-Palys 10
Anas got tf jroather when Bi ( Jansen p ........ 0 v0
scnmitt was unable to put in ai Jeffcoat p .,.!..;. 0
appearance taking the match bv Fowler p a.;,,.., 0
default. Louis Martins was on his a-Schult 1
iron game and sent Frank More
to the side-lines bv a' 3 and 2 mar
gin. Bob Novey continued to show
gooa gon and coupled with his
handicap was iust too much for J.
Cal who f eU by the wayside 5 and:
3. Masset plays Nene Arias and L.
Martins wUl keep Bob Novey busy
this coming week-end in the semi
finals matches of this flight. -'
The fair-sex members w 1
busy with their matches too. Syl Sylvia
via Sylvia Carpenter had her game in
shape and was able to side line
Irene Robinson by the narrow
margin of 2 and 1. K. Call was
really on and took F. Iwoney into
camp by 5 and 4, Briggs nosed
out Banks ,2 up while Lee Knuth
overcame Mullarkey 4 and 3. Mrs
Carpenter wiU gof-, against Mrs.
CaU and M. Brings wUl meet Lee
Knuth in the semi-finaU this wmk
It is expected that some mighty
fine golf wiU be seen in all of the
semi-imai matches for the players
are aU verv anxiou tn ho awarripd
with a piece of the beautiful silver
prizes donated by Agendas Doe,
the oca Dunlop representative,
and a victory in these semi final
Klippstein p ..... 0
b-Jablonskl 3b ... 2
33 1 6 27 12
Gains On Vifas
In Batting Race1
. BALTIMORE, Md Sept. 2S
(UP) Mickey Mantle was
hitless In his ohly appearance
at the plate for the Yankees
last night but gained slightly
on Ted Williams in the race
for the American League bat batting
ting batting title. ;
, Mantle's average today is
.355 six points more than
-Williams, who collected only
'one hit In four tries while the
Red Sox slugged the Senators,
A-Slngled for Fowler in 3rd.
k b-Safe on error for Klippstein
c-Grounded out for Lawrence
d-Grounded put for Freeman
e-Grounded out for McMillan
033 000 0107
001 000 0001
SUMMARY Errors: Logan.
RBI: Aaron, Mathews, Adcock,
Pafko, Crandall, Spahn 2, BeU.
Doubles: Mathews, Adcock. Pal
ko, Spahn. Triple: Bruton Sto
len basest Temple, BeU. Sacri
fice: Bruton 2, Crandall. Sacri
fice ny: crandau. Double plays
Dlttmer to Longan to Adcock
Left on base: Braves 13, Redlegs
7. Bases on balls: spahn l, Jan
-.. vuu.pcicu u, ".ijiwrence 1, Freeman 1. S.O.:
p. m. this coming Sunday and c,
tO; Tinun 1 0 Taffnnaf 1-
(faced 3 batters In 3rd), Fowler
1-1, KUppstein 2-2, Lawrence 2-
2, Freeman 4-2. Runs and earn earned
ed earned runs: Jansen 3-3, Jeffcoat 3-
3, Freeman 1-1, Spahn 1-1. Hit
by pitch: Spahn hit McMlUan.
WP: Spahn (20-10). LP: Jansen
tne committee apaln wishp
remind the players of this fact.
Hope To Swing Deals
BOSTON (UPV-Manager Char
ley uressen and Calvin Grmith.
1LH. I A . A. ...... .a
fidsaid Champ Will Hot
swing three or four deals" during T T 'r r 1
enewK!gned manager and'TUNl PTOfeSSIOnal
Griffith did not disrlnsit th tfam
they intended doine business with' INDIANAPOLIS (UP) Little
but said they intended "wholesale, Marlene Stewart, Fonthill, Ont,
trading" with every Washington! who climaxed a spectacular cam'"
player except perhaps infielderi paign by winning the U.S. Worn-1
Pete Runnels Usted as tradine ma-en's Amateur golf championship,
terial. '.: : said today she has no intention of
Dressen agreed to a new one-turning professional,
vear contract with the Senators The 22-year old star won the
Saturday after a conference with amateur on her fourth try, beat-
Cruuta mmmm .1 ma 17-year oW KaUonal J umor
Philadelphia V Ab R II Po
Ashburn cf 3 0 0 2
mayiock lb 4 0
Lopata c 3 0
Ennis If ...3 0
Jones 3b I 0
Valo rf 3 0
Hemus 2b ....... 3 0
Kazanski 2b 0 0
SmaUey ss ...... 2 0
Meyer p 0
r-MUler n 0
a-Bouchee ....... 1
Sanford p 0 1
0 0 24 11
Reese ss ..,
Snider cf ..
Campanella c ),.
Totals A 24
5 4 27 12
a-Struck out for Miller in 5th.
b-Fouled out for Smalley i t
9th. .7 ...-v ..,... '
c-Struck out for Samford
000 ono oon d
-032 000 OOx 5
SUMMARY: Errors: Meyrr,
Lopata. RBI: Furillo, campaiirl campaiirl-la
la campaiirl-la 2, (Gilliam and Snider scorr I
on Lopata's error in 3rd). Dou Double:
ble: Double: Robinson. HR: Campanc "1.
Sacrifice: RoWnson. Douu -i
plays: R. Miller to Lopata t i
Blaylock; Lopata to Ilemi"
Blaylock to Hemus; Hodges t
Reese to Hodges. Left on tn-
Philadelphia 2. Brooklyn 4. r 1 1-es
es 1-es on balls: Meyer 3, R. 1,:;;. r 1,
Canford 3, Maglie 2. S.O.: R. T -ler
2. Sanford 1. Maglie 2. 1
off: Meyer 3 in 2 1-3, R. Miller 0
in 2 2-3. Sanford 1 in 3. Y.;::- ;
and earned runs: Meyer 5 sr i
3. Hit by Dttch: Maglie hit
burn. WP: Maglie (12-5). Lr:
champion Jo Anne Gunderson,
attle, Wash., 2 and 1, in a h
"I dnn't want to turn r-r"
said. I hope to he httk in -.1 ;
to dtftfij i.-t t-
"DAT, SEPTEMBER 2S, 1958
TTTZ r&KAMA AMIKICA3T AN TXDEPEDE?fT DART KETTSPAPER
Meet In 'Little
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PLAYING A DIFFEBENT GAME-MUwaukee Braves' players
Toby Atwell, Bobby Thomson and Bob Buhl. (left to right)
Jla? cards t theli dressinroom Pittsburgh af er rata
rsused a one-day postponement of their game, with the i Pir Pir-atef
atef Pir-atef CardTme wm better than the real one; they lost 2-1.
lr TREVOR SIMONS
The Tigers were over In Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Friday night to witness the
annual "Red and White game,
l or the benefit of the uninform uninformed,
ed, uninformed, the "Red and White" game is
a yearly lntersquad feature,
wherein' Balboa High School
split their squad into two even evenly
ly evenly balanced gridiron elevens and
are still able to field a .pate t
pretty impressive squads. But
the size of both teams and the
-seemingly endless reservoir of
reserve power, while offering no
encouragement to their oppo opponents
nents opponents : In the- forthcoming sea season,
son, season, still left the Tigers un undaunted
daunted undaunted andi unafraid. ;
If -anything, and I am sure
Junior College shares this opin opinion,
ion, opinion, the Tigers have nothing to
lose and-- everything to gain.
Outweighed approximately y40
pounds to..- the man. Cristobal
end J.C. can lose no prestige in
defeat, but victory will be all the
F reater should it come to one pi
the two underdogs.' ,t;.
. The Tigers. iWest. ,WWlh .:,,.
reftv touch scrimmage session
themselves ..Saturday .morning.
apparently.) the more deter
mined that their task of facing
LHS in the Jamboree this Fri Friday
day Friday and in the season that will
mill rMiuire maximum
training effort -and- pin-point
conditioning, .- v.-
A persevering senior named
Ken Stone will be starting at
right guard for; the Tigers Fri Friday
day Friday night: For three years Stone
has been a memoer oi me xig xig-er
er xig-er gridiron staff,' but not until
this '56 season with added
pounds tliat has brought him un
to 155, has he been able to make
the first string. Despite the fact
that this- will be. Stone's, first
year as a starter, he' will be a
valuable cog in a line-that more
than has its Job cut, out before
the season starts
Another senfai who understu understudied
died understudied Luke Palumbo Jr. last year
find saw action at center is Bar
rv Davison. Barry tips the scales
at 165 pounds and is most adept
.mador Club Championship
'irst Round Play Completed
The first round of match play
tn -the club Championship Tour Tournament
nament Tournament at. Fort Amador Golf
CJub was completed Sunday,.
Many matches were completed
on the final day of the first
round and enjoyed a "dry" tour
ef the course but the off-season
dry-season has favored one and
all alike for the past week.
There were several upseta in
each flight and generally speak speaking
ing speaking all flights produced closely
contested matches. --
The medalist of the qualifying
rounds Capt. "Bill" Gross was
knocked out of contention by
cal FJggs who bested him 9 and
2. The balance of the results are
M3;ten over Beafl, 3 and 2
V. Lombroia over Dlckel, 1 up.
Drennan over J. Smith, by.de-
Murphy over StovaD, I up on
I anza oveV McGowan, 2 and 1.
Todd over, Carney, 3 and. 2.
Cildersleeve over Kasik, mar-f
r by over Latham, by default.
i ovan over Senne. 4 and 3.
f n over4 McCardell, margin
n. i.,...,. i
raid over Rice, 1 up. v
ts : over T. Jacks, 1 up
." "r 2S holes...,.;.
i i over Moran, 1 up after J 9
I t over Knoll, 2 up.: '
. 2nd. Flight Flight-n.
n. Flight-n. T. Williams, over Grow, 1
.' iiisonV over :. Cain, margin
mara over Oaks, margin 24 through September 30.
' -. The tournament committee 're 'reus
us 'reus over Clevpnyer 3 up.; quests that the golfers.. at the
1 11 over McCracken, i end of each match, indicate the
at his line-backing assignment
on defense, and has already as
sured himself as the No, 1 center
Cristobal's first line of attack
and defense will depend much
upon these two as they line up
alongside the Tiger's ace lines
man. tackle Milton Drover, 175,
and the vastly improved Sammy
jJewhard who; though weignmg
in at only 145, makes every
pound of his weight felt. r
-' Athletic Club Ta F iv la Jamberta
There had been some doubt as
to whether or not the Athletic
Club could field an eligible ele ele-ven
ven ele-ven for this Friday night's ex
travaeanza. the '56 Jamboree.
Last Friday night Luke Pal Palumbo,
umbo, Palumbo, Cristobal coach and host
for the Jamboree, announced
that the Athletic Club had pres
ented their roster of players and
would compete against the three
schools on Friday night at Mt.
Hop Stadium: ;
The A.O. 18-man rOster con
tains- many ex-CHSers and in
eludes last year's team captain
of the TiEers. AoUisrTabea Such
familiar names as irony Dyer,
Arnold Manning, : Can Tuttle,
Ralphs Harris, iJim Foster and
other footballers of local Isth
mian lame will be playing under
the guidance of Bernice Herring
Who has been selected to man
age this team of former Canal
zone. stars.- v
Their main problem, like that
or junior college, Is condition conditioning.
ing. conditioning. Actually the fact that all of
the Athletic Club grldders are
working provides an equalizer
for their weight and experience.
xne dope sheet on ore-season
statistics shows Balboa High
acnooi as overwhelming favor
ites for the Jamboree and the
coming season. But once on the
field, the .dope sheet goes but
tne window and anything can
happen. So for a preliminary
look at the teams before-the re
gular season gets under wav.
everyone should plan to attend
Friday nignt's football Jambo Jamboree
ree Jamboree at Mt. Hope Stadium. Kick Kick-off
off Kick-off time is slated for 7 o'clock
Farnsworth over Kline, margin
Duffus ovet Bell, 1 up after 23
Castenada over O'Dell, 3 up.
; Badnosky ovec Morris, margin
Wood over Ryberg, & and 3.'
Ryan over J. N. Williams, 1 up
after 21 holes. .
' Bennett over Batchellor, de default.
fault. default. Hardie over Best, 1 up.
C. Browne over Binder, 7 and
Sulsman over Rowan; by da da-fault.
fault. da-fault. "'" '!
Chester over Dean. 3 and 2.
4th Fl ght
j RIggs over Gross, 3 and 2.
Bowman over Kennedy, by de default.
Cavanaugh over Biehl, 5 and
Wilber over Jorgenson, by de default.
fault. default. S. H. Smith over Brace, l up
on 20th. y
Lehman over Wieckhorst, 3 up.
Peralta over Davles, 1 up.
Holda over Mack, 1 tip on 19th.
urcene over Atecaaow, 5 and
Trlfone over Vlntes, 2 and I
Kihlgren, bye, advance. -Smith,
J. p. pver SkinnerTby
default. ', i.- .- v;...,.f v'
Schumacher, bye, advance. 1
Esslinger over Coogan, S and
4. --' .. y .
Hammell, bye, advance.
.Stephenson, bye, bye, advance.
j Artese. bye. advance. v
The second round of phy will
be comnleted during the pir nf
TORONTO. Ont; Sept. 26
(UP). 1 Thev Rochester Red
Wings who did It the hard way,,
and the Indianapolis Ihdtans,
who took the easy way, will op
pose each o;her fa, tat ."Little
The Red Wings, who finished 1
second in the International
League during the regular sea season,
son, season, won the playoffs for the
second straight year last night
when they whipped the pen-nant-w'nnini
. Toronto Maple
Leafs, -7-1, to win" the : final
round, four garnet to three.
The Indians. .who'-. won the
psnnant in the American Asso Association.'
ciation.' Association.' won their final playoff
round in just four games .and
have been marking' time, wait wait-incr
incr wait-incr fof the International Leaeue
to finish. .....
Four Red Winer nitehers rom-
bined to hold Toronto to four
hits in the deciding game, while
Rochester batters bagged a to to-tal
tal to-tal of 10 safeties off four Toron Toronto
to Toronto hurlers. Leadinar 3-1, Roches Roches-ter
ter Roches-ter iced the title with a four-run
rally to the ninth inning. -'
jonnny Mackinson started the
game for Rochester against Lynn
Lovenguth, Toronto's 24-game
winner. The Wings scored single
tallies in the second and sixth,
prompting Lovenguth's exit.
Don Johnson yielded Roch
ester's third run In the sev seventh.
enth. seventh. In the bottom of tbo
eighth, Toronto scored their
first and only run of the game
on pair of singles by Lew
Morton and Sam Je throe.
Johnny Hetki came in to pitch
the ninth for Toronto. He yield yielded
ed yielded four runs three of them
coming on Gene Green's three three-run
run three-run homer. ; .
Lovenguth was charged with
the defeat and Ed Donnelly, who
relieved Johnny Mackinson in
the third and held the .Leafs
scoreless until the eighth, was
the winning pitcher.'
-' n i j V i mi ,p:'.;f''''
Bob Baker Baffle
t wBCncri: "sept. tCZ
'(UP) Freakish Tommy Hur..
. rJcane) Jackson and burly Bob
Baker meet tonight at Forbes
. Field In a return 12-round fight
i designed to produce 1957
-heaTyweigbt diaUenger. ;
Big Bob of Pittsburgh is fa favored
vored favored at 8-5 although he lost
a disputed deo'slon to lanky
Jackson of Far Rockaway, N.
Y.at Madison Square Garden
last Feb. 3. Contrasting with
the odds, today's ring ratings
show Jackson ranked third
mong contenders; Baker fifth.
Tonight's winner is expected
to challenge next year against
the victor of the nearly-closed
December fight between Ar Archie
chie Archie Moore and Floyd Patter
son for the vacant crown.
results as well as the winner on
the flight-charts provided. It is
felt that this will facilitate the
proper recording of the results
and preclude the announcement
of "margin unknown."
All members are reminded
that they should register prior
to the play of each round wheth whether
er whether it be a tournament match, or
"just for exercise." This cooper cooperation
ation cooperation will facilitate a drive by
the current Board of Governors
to minimize the play of "free "freeloaders"
loaders" "freeloaders" on the Amador Golf
Arty participant in the tourna
ment who has a question on
dates or rules of play is invited
to call Lt. Col. H. W. Post, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, Handicap and Tournament
Committee at 82-2274.
f ?-'r tr ..-1
UJ?WH- FUN What Ewing of Pittsburgh may hsve few
out the University ot Miami gridder thinks football is iun, i
........ i '. .
Balboa Pool Swim Classes
To Start Next Week Monday
Swimming 1 classes for pre preschool,
school, preschool, kindergarten and .ele .elementary
mentary .elementary school children will
staiti at the Balboa Pool on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, October 1. Due to the large
number of children who must he
accompanied 1t has been neces necessary
sary necessary to schedule Balboa, Ancon Ancon-and
and Ancon-and Diablo elementary schools
at different times during thei
school year. Last year over .900
children participated tot these
Th classes for the elementary,
kindergarten and pre school
groups are a part of the swim swimming
ming swimming program which also in includes
cludes includes swimming instruction as
part of the physical education
activities for the 1700 students
in the Balboa Junior and Senior
Higk.Schools and the ; Canal
The schedule foif, the; cho9ls
Balboa" ilemfentaW 'Pciaber 1:
through December al Vfe
Ancon Elementary Decem December
ber December 26 through March ;J5.
' Diablo- Elementary, Mafcn
15 through June l..y'.
The. class schedule follows: j
' Pre-School Tuesday .and
Thursday 9:00 a.m. to :45
a.m.; i: 15 p.m. to 2:00 pm.
Kindergarten Monday and
Wednesday- 10:00 a.m. to 10: 10:-45
45 10:-45 a.m.; Tuesday and -Thursday
10:00 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.; Mon Monday
day Monday and Wednesday 1:15 pjn.
to 2:00 p.m.- H '"
Beginners Monday and
Wednesday 2:15 p.m. to 3:00
p.m.; 3U5 p.m: to 4:00 p.m.;
Tuesday and Thursday 2:15
p.m. to 3:00 p.m.; 9:15 p.m. to
4:00' p.m.. .. r t.
.Intermediate! .- Monday and
Wednesday v- 4:00-p.m. to 4:45
swimmers Tuesday, and
Thursday 4:00 p.m., to 4:45
Testing i Friday .w I: IS p.m.
to 4:00 p.m.
Swim Team; Friday 4:00
p.m. to 4:45 p.m. ,..
Pre-school classes are open to
the pool area in street clothes
unless on official business.
. As a safetv precaution, chil
dren who have noc passed their j
beginners swimming- 'test will
not be admitted to the pool ex except
cept except for swimming classes un unless
less unless accompanied by a responsi responsible
ble responsible person who must remain in
attendance with the child with within
in within the pool enclosure. Individ Individuals
uals Individuals are not permitted within
children who are not attending
kindergarten or e 1 e m entary
: facto -'
school and who are at least four
years of age.
Kindergarten classes are open
to children attending kindergar kindergarten
ten kindergarten in Balboa, ; ; .; ;
t ' f-! S 1 '
Beginners classes are open to
children attending grades 1-8 at
Balboa Elementary School who
have not passed their beginner's
swimming tests. ,. g t x
Intermediate classes are open
to children attending Balboa
Elementary School who have
passed their beginners swim swimming
ming swimming tests.
Swimmers classes are open to
children attending Balboa Ele
menUry School who have passed
their intermediate swimming
All classes are open to children
attending Balboa Elementary
School or children whose par parents
ents parents or guardians are entitled to
Canal Zone privil
Children in swimming; classes
will be admitted io the pool area
five minutes be'fore'class time.
All children who have passed
the beginners test will be re required
quired required to leave the pool as the
conclusion of their class unless
in possession of an admission
ticket. All children who have not
passed their beginners test must
leave the pool unless in posses possession
sion possession of an admission ticket and
accompanied by a responsible
party per paragraph 7.
There is no charge for instruc instruction
tion instruction or tot admission to the pool
for the class period. Children
must present a beginners card
as evidence that they have pass passed
ed passed their. bginners test. These
cards are Issued upon satisfacto satisfactory
ry satisfactory completion ; of the require require-ments.
ments. require-ments. Colon
f, 4 I
gap where teeth should be.
. ; V ? u
Stpt. 28 tUP Argentine has
been banned from all interna-!
tional and Olympic rowing
events, the International Row Rowing
ing Rowing Federation announced.
"As -a result of a very careful
examination," ; the Federation
said 'we regret having to say
that we have been convinced
that a large number of oarsmen
belonging to the Argentine as association
sociation association of '. amateur rowen
have received and accepted con considerable
siderable considerable compensation."
; "The fact that bulletin No. 29
of the Argentine Association of
Amateur Rowers confirms that
amateur 'status pf the rowers
concerned aggravates the situa
tion. -; .A.--', V '-
Fred Hawkins Wins
OKLAHOMA: CITY (UP) Fred
Hawkins, a perennlalv runnerup
but seldom a winner, grabbed his
first tournament victory since 1930
oy taking the J15.000 Oklahoma
City Open Golf Tournament Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. The lanky 'veteran professional.
who registers out of El Paso,)
Tex., collected $2,400 for his 72-;
bole total score of 279, nine!
strokes under par. -.,.
Hawkins shot a three-underppar
35-34 fi9 Sunday nver tha Twin
Hills Country Club course to edge
uargner uickinson oi raoama
City,. Fla.. by two strokes. Dickin Dickinson,
son, Dickinson, Ben Hogan's protege, had a
281. total for $1,800.
Oct. 6-21- visit: the
Soiuetliing for everybbdy!
:Thousando'f exhibiu- ; T. : :
y Fashion shows car shows shows-Pan
Pan shows-Pan American Livestock shows shows-Prizes
Prizes shows-Prizes worth trying for! and of course w
Topnotch entertainment ;
Ice capades Broadway Musical "Damn Yankees"
i v Football Games n Musical Comedian Victor Borge
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Georgia Tech, Mississippi
Teams Look Good, But Rest-'
Of S.E.G. Won't Play; DeadiH
By BILL FERGUSON
ATLANTA (UP) Georgia Tech Joe Brodsky, 205-pound Florida
and Mississippi learned over the fullback, showed what might hap hap-weekend
weekend hap-weekend that their teams look as pen to teams who try to pass
good on the field as they do on against Florida this year -Brodsky
paper, but they also found out the intercepted three Mississippi Stale
rest of the Southeastern Confer passes, ran one -back 100 yards
ence isn't ready to play dead in for a touchdown, returned another
the the title chase, 37 yards tor a score and lugged
Georgia Tech Previewed, its the third one 19 yards to the jfla"'
championship 1 opes with a 14 (
win over conference foe Kentucky,
while Mississippi ironed out the
kinks with a 45-0 Cakewalk over
:"ortn 'lexas State. t
. However, at the same time Van-
derbiit and Florida proved that
they could qualify as darkhorse
threads for tie crown. Vanderbilt welgnea me oami avuisw' (
looked like the same rugged team .Ne Tide was in the game rtght' rtght'-that
that rtght'-that slapped Auburn in last year's Rite scored 1U third touchdown.
Ratnr Bowl hv downin? Georeia.
li-o. riorif a ui'veiiea a tougn ae-
fense to match its heralded rim
Mi.sissit.pi meets- Vanderbilt .in
aL. tirAhlr ...w;i rrjsU f t
lilt cc wcciv must! x cvii iitua wd
IP nriH. 'tr in tli aiSfln.
m mt .
Even Alabama,' picket! for the
SPP illar ahnuroH linvnptprf
strength despite a 20-13 loss to a --Rice,
Rice, --Rice, and Tulane previewed a-po--;"
tent passing attac. in a zi-n win
over Virginia Tech.
showed the poise ,nd abilityl
needed for the championship.
Halfback George Volkert went 47
yards for one score and 20 yards
to set up another. The Wildcats
got their lone touchdown in the
closing seconds after Tech
fumbled in its own territory.
Even more ominous than the'
staggering score in Mississippi's
opening win, was the way rebel;
reserves outplayed the Texans.
The performance by the second;
and third stringers eased Coach1
Johnny Vaught's concern about
depth on his squad.
Vanderbilt quarterback Don Orr
and halfback Phil King showed
they're the same two stars who
ran wild in the Gator Bowl
against Auburn. Orr and King led
an effective Vandy offense that
clicked for 390 yards and each
scored a touchdown with a two
or 797. (
. Will N Slain HarmUit l Humans' flHSff)?""
than most high an$surt bomba LL
L: A Mo. Rataii Slorai ... V, WJ A
Brodsky on Rampage
roon eight, where speedy Jackie
Simpson went for another six
AiaDams displayed a wucn rsiu
Jing t game that was superior to
heavily-favored Rice, but the Tea-"
as naa psssnts attacx mat out-
Gene Newton, Tulane's promisor
ing junior quarterback-
- "tr --.- "1"'..?-
periods before he was iniu'ed.'.?ut:
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Tennessee will kick off the r95$'
.inn ihim Caft,-1ttv .-
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Dies At Goraas
Horace ,'E. Coleson, machinist
employed on the Pacific Locks,'
died at 5:15 this morning after a
long illness. He was 46 years old.
A native of Norfolk Va. Mr Cole Coleson
son Coleson had been a resident of the
Cristobal Shops. He was transferr transferred
ed transferred to the Locks Division in 1948 and
has been employed by that Divi Division
sion Division on both sides of .the Isthmus.
Surving him are his wife Mar Mar-voret
voret Mar-voret nf Balboa: and three sons.
Robert and LeRoy, who are resid-
. vt.u.J. M.t.. Minf4 rtnn.ljt 1
ing in uiuieu oiico ouvi
Funeral services will be held
Monday at 5 p. m. in the Go r g as
Ui,.f,u,l Mnrtnarv Chanel. The
Rnv WUliam Beebe, of the Balboa
Japtist Church, will conduct the
The remains will be sent to Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk for interment.
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OVER 200 YEARS of federal service was represented here recently when the Navy presented
employe with length of service awards. Rear Admiral' Clarence L. C. Atkeson, USN, Com Commandant,
mandant, Commandant, Fifteenth Naval District made the presentation on service pins in his office last"
week. Senior member of the group was Anthony F. Rocchio who has just completed 30 years
with the US. JNavy. Left to right are Leslie B. Ashley, 20 years, Rear Admiral Atkeson,
Thomas A. Jenkins, 20 years,-Rocchio, Robert L. Orr, 30 years,' Mark Russell, 20 years, Miss
Ruth U. Rlckarby, 20 years, Alfonso Gonzales, 20 years,-Everett C. McGriff, 20 years, Earl
C. Mendenhall, 20 years, and Ross Davidson, director of Civilian Personnel, Fifteenth Naval
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RECEIVING SECY OF THE NAVY MOTOR VEHICLE SAFETY AWARDS Employe of the
15 th Naval District Motor Transportation Pool reoently were proud recipients of the coveted
Secretary of the Navy Motor Vehicle Safety Award. This is the second year that the 15th
Naval District was thus honored. Receiving the award on behalf of the Motor Pool is Fred Fred-di
di Fred-di Martinez, supervisor. The above employe also received safe, driving awards from Capt.
J. K. Batchellor, USN, District Public Works Officer. i '
They. are (left to right) Capt Batchellor. Belfleld'S. Worrell,-S years safe driving,
Clarence E. Henry, 6 years, John C. Goodridge.a3 years,, Cecil N. Nelson, 10 years, Mr. Mar Martinez,
tinez, Martinez, Cuthbert M. Toussalnt, 10 years, Frederick A. Thomas, 13 years, and Mr. S. J. Jorgen Jorgen-son,
son, Jorgen-son, district, director of Transportation and Equipment. .: ,'-- (OfficlalU.S. Navy Photo)
Speevak & Wainberg
Tires te Tubes k
THIS WEEK ONLY
600 x 16 $16.00
FOR SALE: Baby crib mattress,
good condition $25. House 203, 203,-New
New 203,-New Cristobal. Phone 3-2992.
FOR SALE:' Dohrmeyer deep
' fat fryer $10; 40 pieces Fiesta
ware and colored china $15; la ladies
dies ladies shorty coat, English wool, -sis
14-16 $15. House 3220
Empire Street. Phone BaL 2612.'
FOR SALE.- Servel electric r-'
frigerator,. 1 1 cubic ft., large
freeber top $225. Phone Balboa
FOR SALE: 25-cyde refriger refrigerator,
ator, refrigerator, boy's 16-in. bicycle, 16mm
Bell t Howell movie camera. 2
dry closets. Call Balboa 3167,
FOR RENT: On Via Brasil. 2 2-bedroom
bedroom 2-bedroom .chalet. Phone 3-6115.
ATTENTION G. 1.1 Just boitt
. modera furnished aaertments, 1,
2 bedrooms, bat, cold villi,
Pnoae Panaar 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Newly furnished
'and unfurnished a pa r t m a n 1 1.
1 0th Street No. 8061. Phone
' 1 386. Colon. : : v
FOR RENT. Unfurnished two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment in pleasant
surroundings. Two baths, living
! room, garage, maid's room, hot ;
' water installation, $90. Bella
, Vista, 44th Street No. 32, Apt.
4. Phono 3-0815
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bed-room
apartment, bathroom, ate
48th Street No. 27, Apt. 4.
FOR RENTf Apartment, fur furnished
nished furnished or unfurnished. It it Army
approved and hao stove and re-
, frigerator built in. Apply janitor
at TI-88 4th July Ave, or phono
Balboa 2966, Hopkins, v
FOR RENT.-- Smalt furnished
apartment. Best residential sec section.
tion. section. Near all bus stops. 43rd'
Street No. 13.
. WASHINGTON, Sept. 28 (UP)
Secretary of State John Fos Foster
ter Foster Dulles today strongly de defended
fended defended President Eisenhower's
brother against Adlai E. Steven
son's charges that he placated
former Dictator Juan Per6n of
Dulles told his news confer conference
ence conference that the activities of Dr.
Milton s. Elsenhower during a
1953 Latin American mission
were highly constructive.
j At the same time Dulles de defended
fended defended the administration's over
jail record on relations with Pe
ron who was ousted as head of
the Argentine government and
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and Urge
beach house. On mile pat Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa IB66.
PHILLIPS feMiaid Cottages,
Sant Clam Bo 435, Bel.
Phono Panes 3-1 877. Cnato
Gramlich'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phono Gmba
6-441. s .
72 PC Employes To Take First Aid
To Prepare For Civil Defense Work
First-aid: courses for 72 Pacific
side employes of the Canal orga
nization who nave Deen appointed
hv th Personnel Division as first-
aid workers for Civil Defense, will
be started Monday, it has been an
nounced by Philip L. Dade, Chief
of Civil Defense.
The employes, who will form
part of the regular Panama Ca Canal
nal Canal Company-Canal Zone Gov Government
ernment Government Civil Defense disaster
relief forces, will enroll at once
for the 12-hour first aid courses
to be given, at the Rod Cross
Building in Ancon and the Em Employment
ployment Employment Office1 en Roosevelt
Avenue, Balboa by calling the
Civil Defense Off ko, 2-4U9.
A similar group of employes are
being selected now as First Aid
workers for uvu Defense on me
Members of both groups will
take their first-aid training during
regular office hours as" part of
their .official duties,, without being
charged to leave.
The appointment of the first-aid
workers is part of an over-all ci
vil defense plan approved recently
By Governor w. B. Potter, T hey
will form a section of The Canal
Zone Civil Defense organization
which will be' composed eventually
of 2,000 trained, workers, not .in .including
cluding .including volunteers", '-as
On the Pacific side classes will
be conducted, Monday,' Wednesday
and Friday from Oct, 1 to 12, from
9 a.m. to 11 a.m. by James Bar
rett at me Ked cross Building in
Ancon; and trom 2 to 4 p.m. by
W. H. Townsend at the Employ Employment
ment Employment Office on Roosevelt Avenue.
Classes will be held on Tuesday
and Thursday, from Oct. 2 to Oct.
16, plus one additional class on
Monday, Oct. 15. from 10 a.m. to
12 noon by John E. Winklosky at
the Red Cross Building and from
2 to 4 p.m. by w. D. Goodwin at
the Employment Office..
Those who have been appointed
to take the course and the divi divisions
sions divisions where they are employed,
Electrical Division Glenn M.
Burdick, Juliet N. de Leon, Or
lando L. Flye,: Jr., Rirchard R
Potter. John G. Haky. Dorothv F.
Hannigan, Mildred N. Morril, O O-live
live O-live J. Pajak, Nellree B. Smith,
Carol G. Rigby and Tbeordore J.
Contract and Inspection D I v I-
sion Richard D. Mahoney
William M. Sergeant
(Hojalateria Panama, S.A.)
a Garbage Cans :-
o Propeller Fans
o Centrifugal Fans
o Cooling Towers '
o Roof Flashings
o Roof Ventilators
o Air Ductwork
o Ventilation Systems
e Dust Exhaust Systems
o Sinks for bars, homes,
o Butcher tables
e Range hoods
o Metal roofs
o School Chairs and Desks
o Poultry Cages and Pans
a Poultry Food and Drink
o Roof rain gutters
o Boxes for electricians "j
o Kitchen equipment.
o Metal looters V
Tanks etc, for marine use
o Ship' ventilators
o Refrigerated fish tanks
o Bakery' equipment
And General Sheet
Tels. 3-6122 3-6123
Beginners' course in Ballroom
Dancing for Junior High Stu Students
dents Students starting Oct. 3rd. DORESE
WAITES School f Dancing, Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Club, Balbaa. Telephone
STAMPS, PANAMA PRESI PRESIDENTS
DENTS PRESIDENTS complete, $3.50 par set.
Other approvals Phon Clayton
Engineering Division Benavi
des Azael J., James A. Bngman,
James C. CuUen, George T. Uar
nail, Jr.,. and Harry El Pearl.
Executive Planning Staff Lois
J. Deerwester and Bernadine C.
Personnel Bureau James A.
Yates, Mercedes Palomeras, Ni Ni-J.
J. Ni-J. Copenhaver, Virginia N. Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Marjorie L. Lewis, Rufus
M. Loveledy, William J. Kilgal Kilgal-lon,
lon, Kilgal-lon, M. Y. Budreau, Betty O.
Boyor, Barbara B. Silver, Doro Dorothy
thy Dorothy W. Webb, and Anna H.
Office of the Comptroller Wil
liam B. Lloyd, Norbert U. McCau McCau-ley.
ley. McCau-ley. Hugh W. Cassibrv. Feme E.
Levve, Dana B. Bissell, Rosalie A.
Demers, Mildred Frick, Gilbert
Young Jeanne C. Magnuson, I I-rene
rene I-rene E. Maher, Rosemary J. Ke-
neauy, i nomas E. spencer, Rich-
ara w, coy, KODert k. Hanna;
Richard S. Brogie, Edward H. Ap Ap-pin,
pin, Ap-pin, Irene L. "eno. Jvell J. Wai.
dron, Frances D. Wheeler. Ruth
earn, and John C. Paiee.
Housing Division John R
Fields, Dorothy C. Rose, and Jack,
son j. rearce. :'
Division of Storehmisps in..
tin F. Yoder, Muriel CJ Black,
Mildred Randall, and Dorothy B
Ancon Laundry -s. Joyc B. Be-
VingtOBrr" fryn i
Schools Division Gladys L.
aiKms, fcdward F. O'Connell, Ma-
iiun x. iayiork and Jean A. Vio Vio-lette.
2 "cense Section Michael
cuniuory, i. -
Postal Division Robert J. Bal
cer. wuuam j. Cozens Ri-h.j
D. Hogan, Helen L. Smith, and W
H. Stephens, Jr.
Customs Division Barbara H.
Hits Reef Off ;
. B1NGAPORE. Sept. 28(UP)
The Panamanian freighter
Star Betelgeuse struck a reer ten
miles from Singapore today and
in boom vessel Barfoil was
rushed to her assistance
The 6.525-tnn shln wo. i
nd it !tuck n tne ree'- It is owned
, naviera Republica.
01 ranama. The Royal Navy tug
Enigma was also called out to
aid the 11.43A-t.nn Nnra.lDn
tanker MUena, which lost a pro pro-pUer
pUer pro-pUer 40 miles from Singapore.
is as close as .
:..CaUs 'Till 10 :00 pm
Complete TV Testing
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. our specialty
CORNER H" and DARIEN
FOR RENT.- Furnished house in
Ecuador Av. No. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with bath, interior yard,
garage, hot water, living room,
dining room and kitchen. You
can se it during office hours.
Also another house with 4 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, garden, etc. t-;
LOST & FOUND
LOST.- Ladies goll Lapel watch.
Reward, 5-447 Mrs. C. Scheid Scheid-egs.
egs. Scheid-egs. Bos: 447. Gatun, C.Z. i.
Wanted To Rent
HOUSE WANTED.- U.S. bu.i bu.i-nessman,
nessman, bu.i-nessman, wife and two children,
desire 3-4 bedroom furnished
house. Good location. Will take
year lease. Please phono 2-2042
FOR RENT: Furnished large
bedroom, private bath, Bella Vii-
ta. Phono 3-1648.
Wanted to Buy
WANTED:-25-eycl. wmotor ft
r hp. Box 1107, Ancon.
WANTED: Dishes Royal Doul Doul-ton,
ton, Doul-ton, hunting ft- coaching scene.
83-4 1 47
Loiterlntr' nmurtrt T.oo r,miu
Street-and the Baihno tvarfn
nested 15 days In jail for Robert
waiKer, is,. Panamanian, when
ins case was heard in Balboa
Magistrate's Court-yesterday. ?
Nimto Alvarez. 3fi rninmhian
was fined $5 foi having no wlnd-
siiueia sncxer. .i n
Driving -, a car with defective
tires cost $5 for Egibardo Brid,
Robert Davis, 34, Panamanian,
forfeited the $10 bail ho had
posted for parking a truck ille illegally
gally illegally behind a building In La
8 s j& ty
3:00, 4:10, 5:46, 7:22, 8:58
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Large Assortment of
FOR SALE: 1955 Pentiac Cat Cat-alina
alina Cat-alina Coupe, excellent condition
$1900. House 0778, Apt. B,
Williamson Place, Balboa. Phono
2-3114, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE. 1947 Plymouth 4 4-dr.,
dr., 4-dr., excellent condition through through-ut.
ut. through-ut. Phono' 2-3775 Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1953 DeSote Fire Fire-don
don Fire-don 4-door sedan with radio.
Perfect shape, duty paid. Will
give away, $1175 Please call
Lt. Catala, 673 Fort Gulick.
FOR SALE: 1955 Mercury
. Monterrey Hardtop 2-door sedan.-
Excellent condition. Reas Reasonably
onably Reasonably priced Call Pedro Miguel
4-634 between 5 and 7.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
"76" deluxe 2-door sedan. New
tires, radio, very good condition,
new "upholstery-' job. See at
221 1-D So, A, Curundu, Phono
: Cur. 5104. iv'.'0v;
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile,
good all-around condition, best
offer over $450; Phone Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 2487 between 4 and 6 p.m.
. FOR SALE: 1949 Buick green
tudor, excellent shape. Mechan Mechanics
ics Mechanics choice. Only $295 0LPAN
MOTORS, Automobile Row.'
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Tudor.
See this almoit new Wue "beau "beauty."
ty." "beauty." Real sacrifice price, $1595.
COLPAN MOTORS, Automobile
Row. r.-.i. ",'-'.''
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
4-door sedan, $395.: You can
drivo it out! COLPAN MOTORS,
Automobile Row.' :
FOR SALE: -i- Station Wagon
Pontiac '52. Miles and miles of
good motoring in this buy. But
. hurry! Specially priced. Only
$895. COLPAN MOTORS, Auto.
' mobile Row.-
FOR SALE: Hudson Supir Six
1949 Coup. ,Newf tires, new
battery, $350. L. Jackson, 1510
Calabash St., Balboa. ..
FOR SALE: '49 C k r.
v fires an oarrery, i-..ienr
Must be en. Call
FOR SALE:- 1954 Studebakcr
Regal Deluxe Coup. Overdrive,
leather upholstery. Only' one
owner. Has less than 20,000
miles. $1095,. Terms if necessa necessary
ry necessary .ifopkins. Phono Bat. 2966.
, FOR SALE 1953 Oldsmobile
. "88" convertible. Sacrifice price.
'. House 092J Amador Road.
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US Guernseys Play Prominent Part
In'Cattle Show At Bogota, Colombia'
PETERBOftOUGlt N. H USA
Purebred', Guernseys from the
UniteiJ States played prominent
roles in the Guernsey dairy cattle
show at the recent International
Agricultural Exposition in uogou,
ryilumhia. according to the Amen
ean Guernsey Cattle Club here.
, In the female classes, the, senior
IM li2 CLOUDS-MissAIr-power
of 1956, Joanne Alford,
prepares to take off for her
frst flight in an Air Force two-
place T-33 Jet trainer. Joanna
works for Martin Aircraft Com Company
pany Company in Baltimore, ; Md. She
flew about 30 minutes at speeds
over 500 miles per hour, execut
ing several slow rolls and loops,
and flvins. "straight up and
ftkf afcfcy!? True Life Adventures
and mnd champion cow was
Lushactcs Hermes Shugar, bred
by Henry Herbener.t Ke oooin,
Mass., ana tne reserve cnampiuu
was Wethersfield Tip Top Butter Buttercup,
cup, Buttercup, bred by- Rex 0. LeParmen
tier, Danvers, Mass. t.
The Hunlor champion female
RnHa Romea Ideal s caia-
guala, whose nam was weai r
Pretore s juariene, oreu i. iuc
FrmvAugusta N J.;'. i"- v
iTk iunior and grand champion
bulls were sired by Ideal's Charms
Rose King, bred tt; iaeu mm.
The reserve champion duii was
McDonald Farms Joiiy luner,
bred by J.i M. McDonald, Port
land N. J.
The junior and grand champion
ntKor nuriihred Guernseys from
Ideal, Lushacres, Wethersfield and
McDonald Farms did well in in individual
dividual individual classes, as dioother from
Luxerin-Farm, Fond dil Lac, Wis.
and Langwater r arm, norm
The erand bull. Praco King Joy
ous Caruso, was 1red by G. Pra-
dilla y Cia. of Bogota, and is now
A h Oandenas y Lecherias
Praco, also of Bogota, who also
own the grand champion cow and
reserve champion bull. The re-
rv phamnion female is ownea
hv Francisco Zarama Lago of
Th shnw was iudsed by W
Hark Fleming. Jr. manager of
ftsvville Farms. Inc.. Norfolk, Va
Fleming also presented four trop trophies
hies trophies for the American Guernsey
Cattle Club. These went to Mrs.
de Jaramillo' and Mr.
Francisoco Zarama Lago for thir
devotion to the Guernsey breed,
and to Gansderias y Lecherias
Pram and the Hacienda "El Rodeo
for the quality of their cattle and
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Ike Charges 'Politicking
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PHILADELPHIA. Scot. 26 (UP)
i-AFL-CIO President George Mea-
nv defended labor's riEbt to en
dorse a candidate yesterday but
denied the 16-million member or
ganization was "tied to any poli
... i ...y . t, ; v'M.:..'.
Meany told the 36th convention
of the International P r i n t i n g
Pressmen and Assistants' union of
North America that the only vote
he controlled was bis own and
that he knew of no union leader
who controlled any.
But he said labor had the right
U suggest to our members that
they vote for a strong economy
and strong America."
"This is much more honest'
than what we get from the politi politicians,"
cians," politicians," he said. "We are not try
ing to run the country, or indulge
in hypocrasy and we are not tied
to any political party."
Earliervv William Dwieht.r! resi
dent of the American Newspaper
Publishers Association,' called for
increased productivity in the news newspaper
paper newspaper industry to meet the "'seem "'seemingly
ingly "'seemingly ever mounting costs."
.Dwight, publisher of the Hot Hot-yoke
yoke Hot-yoke (Mass.) Transcript tele
gram, said the key to the solution
is tne elimination of waste.
"Let th$ people knote the truth end the country it tafe" Abraham lineoln
PANAMA, B. P WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2S. 1956
Sure West Will Be Ousted
Mid-East In Few Years
LONDON, Sept. 26 (UP) Com- and political vacuum. This .would
mumst diplomats boasted yester.' provile the Soviet with ait ideal
day that the West will be ousted basis of operation and penetra penetra-from
from penetra-from the Middle East "In a matter tration, .Russia policy-experts sug sug-of
of sug-of a few years at the most." Igested. : v ....
The Iron Curtain diplomats said Moscow, under its' so-c ailed
the West would first lose its holr peaceful co existence policy, soft.
on Middle East oil interests and pedaled' its moves in the' Middle
then would be ousted from the: East for a brief period. But Suez
military bases that dott he stra
tegic area. ?-.l.i-y
The diplomats, gloating overi
the Aneio-French Suez troubles.
said freely in private talks they
could safely predict all Middle!
East oil installations would be na nationalized
tionalized nationalized within a few years.
. Oil is the backbone of Western
strength, in the area and once
that is cone the military bases
would go one by one, the diplo-j
mats Mia. . -- .-, -
However, the -West still would
be Ml'uwed to buy the oil from
sovereien eoveraraent on a
"business-like basis," but would
have to compete with other poten potential
tial potential customers, -presumably Bus,
sia and the satellites, they said.
The Communist predictions,
coming in the midst of the explo
give Sues crisis, sounded a warn
ing to the West on tne scope of
the Kremlin'! new Middle East
Western diplomats considered It
an indirect confirmation of grow
ing suspicion that Moscow has de-j
cided to go an out w consouuaie
its foothold there. ;
v But, first the West would nave
provided tremendous potentialities
too promising to be missed.
Moscow appeared confident that
if Egypt fen into the Communist
fold the other Arab nations would
follow v With this move, Moscow
was reported to believe, will come
collapse of the five-nation. Bagh Baghdad
dad Baghdad Pact.' :.v:;,. i-, .;
Mayo Win gate
Sued For Divorce
LONDON, Sepjt: 26 (UP) -Marriage
consultant Mayo Win-
gate, who once wrote that the
seventh year' is critical in mati
mony, is being sued -for divorce I
in the' eighth year of his mar
Polish Airman Reaches Freedom
In Late-Model Red Jet Fighter
ROENNE, Denmark, Sept. 26
(UP)-A Polish airman flew to
freedom here yesterday in
late-model Russian jet fighter,
using a Communist map so up-to-date
it showed airfields that
had not been completed.
: Danish sources said the ref
uree, Lt Stanislar Goosh'n Goosh'n-iack,
iack, Goosh'n-iack, ... made an "amasingly
daring and resourceful" land
ing on the unfinished runway
of the Roenne field. He stop stopped
ped stopped the speedy jet In less than
half the usual distance by dip dipping
ping dipping a wingtip into the dirt to
serve as a brake.
The wins was damaged slight
MrsJ Beryl Wingate petitioned lJf a
r a divorce from the 41-year,, Hls P1!" Fl1?7in
for a divorce from the 41-year
old matrimony expert on undi-l
wingate, a psychologist, nas
improved model of the Russian-
built lets bested by America's
F-86s in Korea. It was. the sec-
PTPnRM 111 Sept. 26 (UP) 'n he market plai
w-KnMenhower last night. I spoke for at Kai
accused the Democrats of "poll-1
ticking" with f arm 1 1 problems
and outlined a Republican poli policy
cy policy of "full income party" which
he said would bring the ,best
agricultural economic situation
. ., ... ..
Mr., Eisenhower's talk before
10,000 persons at the Bradley
University field house, his sec second
ond second In the Midwest grain belt to
five days, bristled with the
sharpest criticlsnt of Democrats
the president has made public publicly
ly publicly since his 1952 campaign.
Illinois Republican leaders
hailed the televised address as
"strafahtforward." The Pres President
ident President flew to Peoria from
' Washington and returned to
the capital immediately after
-speaking. -'- f---'
"Full income parity Is a full
share of our country's good
times." Mr. Eisenhower said.
"In a free agriculture, farmers
attain thait kind of parity only ing at (the farmers' expense.
ce. That's what
Kasson four years
aao the attainment of that full
share ror me larmer ins pa
ervatlon of a free agriculture.
"That' what I've been work
ing for. I shall keep ph working
for it," he saicu
Hls"Kasson reference was to
his 1952 campaign speech at
Kasson, Minn., when, advocating
a i air snure ui uie umuviuu in
come for the farmer, he said
fair shar is not merely 90 per
cent ol parity a is lull pari
ty."" - ",""
; Later, he and other Republi
cans said he meant full, or 100
per cent parity,, "in the market
place." Republicans said reauc
tion of surpluses by the govern government
ment government would Improve the farm
ers' position at marked..: :,- .'
The President accused the
Democrats of forcing down farm
prices during the Korean war,
saylntr this took "rare talent."
He also blamed them for build building
ing building great surpluses by "politick-
!C. ENT R A L
' fl PAST APACHK AM BUSH. .V
( fPAST TMACHBIfrS SILKCH
MET... FIVE DEAD MBN
LED JIM SLATER
DOWM A TRAIL.
Of MO RETUKMI
WILUARI CAMPBELL-JOHN MclNTYRE
"Waste includes all of the un
necessary operations throughout
the newspaper organization. Thov
are not confined to any single de department.
partment. department. Unfortunately they pre-
vau in too many departments
Dwight said the dallv
per is "the most useful medium
oi communications there is. But
ne would be playing ostrich if we
didn't recognize that there are oth
For 13 Vipers
-tA ROCHELLE, France, Sept.1
b be ousted, creating a military matrimony successful.
written extensively on marriagejond plan of its type that has
and was a co-founder of the m-. oeen usea oy rexugees irom
risee society designed to ma Communist world seeking asy-
A plane of this type custom customarily
arily customarily .requires almost a mile of
runway for landing, but the
young Pole used less uian 700
yards ; of Roenne's 100-yard
grass tunway; .,v-'
He expressed amazement at
the fact that the runway was
nnsurf aced. disnlanr a Red
-John Kasper, a lone wolf crowd eroding at an .alarming rate," veTltu 1, acadam"
Sli-ISS? ?T iVEKUZ? lcJ,u,ra lu Construction crews are now at
rh,erw.7ord;7edlo Supreme Court b'fM
v. -' t r kf Art ful f u montn tnev exDeoit to iiave Dav-
violating Tennessee sedition laws.1 Communist conspiracy," but "we ,ed W 1nwa,,and extended its
Kasoer. 26, -.aireauy ; is unaer, re going io una oui u we nave a u"u ,,
Luusuvuuuiiai guvcrniueni. or m ""bv w-.w
Red dictatorship." ( force uniform, perhaps because
' Freed under tlO.000 bond send
ing appeal of the federal convic-
h did not want to betray his
intention of escaplngii by don-
nina flleht cldthes before ne
fled with the plane. "'
: He reauested asylum In Dn
mark, as a political refugee, and
was lodeed in the Vestre Faeng-
sel Prison pending invesugauon
of his case
The Pole Is the third refugee
from Iron Curtain countries
who has sought asyhim in
Denmark In H ve days, and the
third airman who has flown to
freedom in the Roenne area
in a Russian-built Jet since
A 26-year-old Czech musician
asked for asylum in Aarhus Fri
day, police in Copenhagen an
nounced today that a Russian
radioman swam ashore from
fishing boat in' the .Kattegat
Saturday nleh-. '.. a
The itwo niers wno previously
soueht asylum here were reiu
gees from Poland. Both oi mem
made their escapes in MIG-type
jets, one of them a 15B like tne
.one flown or todays refugee,
sentence of one year in feaerai
prison for fomenting race trouble
when, a hign scnooi was imegra-
ted here last .month.. The state
charges stem; trom me
The Washington D. C,
Citizens Council leader was ar
raiffnei) hpfnre Judee D. L. Hut'
son .: on charges that he didl
same, tion, Kasper, made several I fUCK rlUnQGS
speeches in Alabama where he , -called
for "roving bands" of seg-'nfn KrlVlnP''
! regationists to "seize control" of n,lu ,vu""c
LONDON SeDt. 26 ( UP
China's Communist Party today
adopted a revised constitution giv giving
ing giving members a blank check to
criticize comrades in the work of
The new constitution warns
members,, however, that criticism
should in no way interfere with
discipline. If tells members that
rase of disagreement they should
"in the meantime carry out uncon unconditionally"
ditionally" unconditionally" their tasks. -r
-.The document calls for "down
to earth", discussions at party
meetings or in the party press of
tneoretical and practical questions
of poiicy. Members get the right
to criticize any party organization
or functionary at party meetings.
ine revised eonstituuon was a a-dopted
dopted a-dopted by the eigh congress of
the party, tiie communist new
China news agency reported.
It calls .on. members to "tran "tran-form
form "tran-form what remains of individual
dwnershipby working people into
collective ownership by the working
uiooctB auu. iv viuui uie sys system
tem system of explitation r
-Members are warned to combat
all doctrinaire or empiricist devia
tions." The foreign policy plank
revolved about coexistence colonia colonialism."
lism." colonialism." -,. : r
. ; i i ; j. '.
For 'i3i:s Step
Set Next Week
The successful Broadway play
"Bus Stop" will be the next pre presentation,
sentation, presentation, of the Theatre Guild.
Tryouts will be hel next Tuesday
and Wednesday, beginning at 7:39,
p. m. at the Guild Works op in
The Peter Tnge play will be
directed by Mrs. Gene Simpson,
well known to Isthmian theatre
audiences for her previous Guild
. There are eight roles in "Bus
Step'V five male and three fema females.
les. females. The play is being, scheduled
for presentation during the latter
part of November. k i
"Bus Stop" has recently been
filmed In Hollywood with Marilyn
Monroe in the leading role. On
Broadway the part was taken by
Edward L Farrcll, Jr. Elected
Vice presidents cf Pcnm
local governments which failed to, C' J
resist racial integration. i mc ixiiiu
Asa (Ace) Carter of Birming
leditiousjham, who until Kasper appeared
LOGRONO, Spain, Sept. 26 (UP)
(PA-C) Panagra (Pan American-Grace
Airway 8) has an announced
nounced announced the election of Edward
L. Farrell, Jr.- as : a vice pres president
ident president of the airline.
Mr. Farrell Is Special assistant
to Andrew B. Shea, the com company's
pany's company's president, and wa elect elected
ed elected a director of the airline last
December. He jained W. R.
Grace & Co. in November 19S4
after a distinguished military
career with the United States
Army in Europe and Korea
where he attained the rank, of
) Lt. Colonel.
A graduate of Boston Univer University
sity University College of Business Admin Administration,
istration, Administration, Mr. Farrell received
his LLB from the University of
Kansas City School of Law, and
words" to -"incite rebellious con I on the scene was Dixie's most A heavily-loaded fruit truck is a member of the New York
nir.oiM" nrt "riots" far the outsooken seBreeationist. had no Dlunced off a br idee into i ravine, Rnr v
DDinmeni uii nin assiwiaLe a ar-: near nere idqit; Kiutnie live ami! Knm in nnsuin. MHSwacnuscbba.
rest. The two worked closely untili injuring six of the-11 workmen a- Mr. Farrell now lives at Oak
tr i i i it . i i t. i i nn. : j l 1 m l ..n .t v.b
ivasper niaue ma roving nanus louaru. lue acciueni was causru uiove, Vcnuni vmicy, new j.ui&,
speech, but Carter indicated such1 by a blowout in one of the truck's, with bis wife and thre daugh-
nurDORe of stirring up people
maliciously to contrive the ruin
and destruction of the peace."
Rioting here during the Labor
Day weekend was quelled by
some 700 National Guardsmen
called in by Gov. Frank Clement
at the request of alarmed local
officials., Kasper was credited
talk was too strong even for him. I front tires.
26 (UP)-7ResidenU kept a waryiwith sparking anti-Negro demon demon-eye
eye demon-eye out today for vipers in their, strations that led to riots,
midst. 1 Ha wa arrested, for the third
- v 'time in Tennessee in less than a
' Fifteen deadly vipers escaped month, after a footrace with of-
from an importers shop yesterdayl ficers policing a political rally
and slithered off in various-di-' last nieht at nearby Oak, Ridge.
rections. , j A few hours earlier, the Ander
son County Brand jury had in-l
Two were found. One crawled
up a drainpipe and made its way
to a third floor apartment some
distance from the shoo. Another
was found coiled in a kitchen
sink. A maid took care of it with
a tot of scalding water.
But the other vipers still were
loose. Residents cautiously
checked their bedclothes, and
shook out their shoes like Jungle
campers. Health authorities or ordered
dered ordered In a -supply of anti-venom
serum. .", . '
Weather Or Not
Thb waathar raparl, far the 24
heart andina a.m. May. it
parad by tha Mataaialefical an4
Hydragraphic Branch af the Pan Pan-ama
ama Pan-ama Canal Campa"V -,: .. r:
B ALIO A CRISTOBAL
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
2:1 S a.m.
dieted Kasoer on charges of
incitine riots 'a'alnSt the Integra
tion of all-white Clinton High
School, i where 112 Negroes began
clauses Aug. 27 for the first time.
Kasoer showed uo at the rally
to "protest the appearance" of
Gov. Clement at a district Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic rally held in a huge park parking
ing parking lot in front of a shopping
"I wai com Diet efv surprised."
Kasper said of his arrest. Sheriff
Glad Woodward said he was
equally astonished at seeing Kas Kasper,
per, Kasper, who was unaware he was
under indictment in Anderson
County! ; ; -' -: 1
Woodward spotted Kasper dur during
ing during a speech by Sen. Albert Gore,
wht was heckled by a group of
some 50 teen-agers. A recorded
speech by Clement, who decided
not to attend, was booed so loudly
the speakers had to be turned up
to full volume. -...
Kasper broke into a run when
Woodward approached. Constable
George Campbell clutched Kasper
by the coattails and held the
struggling man until others ar-,
rived. Kasper, in handcuffs, was
taken to Clinton jail but was
released shortly under $2,000
bond, -- 1 v
After his arraignment, Kasper
told some ISO sympathizers, many
of them teen-agers,, at the court
house that "we want a pig
turnout for this trial Nov. 5.
There is nothing to these sedition
charges. There never has been
"My attorneys will subpoena
many .of you" to testify at the
trial, Kasper told the group.
"There is a continuing struggle
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even one step bkckl
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