The Panama American


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The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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FIRST BLOOD DONORS Six members' of the American Legion Post No.;l are the only "ones
to far who have answer the call pf the Santo Tomas Hospital for blood donors to replenish;'
Its depleted blood bank. Show here are (Ltor.) blood bank director Or. Elias Cordoba congra congratulating
tulating congratulating Legion commander Armando J. Gasperi, while Legionnaires Kenneth Mayor; George
Russel and Richard H. Egolf look on. In the center of the group is Mrs. Dilla R. Mayort wife

oi legionnaire jwayut.
G Gringos Answer
; S:nto Tcnias CcI
Fcr Diced Doners
Six American residents of
the Canal Zone became the
first and only blood donors
to answer the call of Dr. Elias
Cordoba, director of the Santo
Tomas Hospital's blood ; bank,
for urgent contributions to re re-jt.niMi
jt.niMi re-jt.niMi the hospital's exhaust exhaust-f
f exhaust-f I supply of blood plasma.
Lrd by Armando J. Gasperi,
commander of the local Amerl-
c-,., ;r- I'OSt NO., ttt E
i .. n. eavt
t tj 1 I l.'sday
oo.i. '"'J 'h group
lei V.
or. Mrs.
A. Mayor,
s Fussei,
r iph ird h. r oil ana an un-
i Identified. .Canal Zone Legion-
nordoba Issued a call' fot blood
i(1ct with the ertm ": an-

rouncement that at' least two
fanto Tomas HospiUl patients
,s d.e daily because of total lack
! t of blood plasma in the hospital s
i! reserves. : 1..
I Cordoba said yesterday mo-
I bile unit Is being readied to ean-

s vass blood donations, ui; u u-i'
i' u-i' ent areas of the city.

Stellas tercil

i BELGRADE. Sept. 27 (UP)
; Marshal Tito astounded Yugo Yugo-slavia'a
slavia'a Yugo-slavia'a Party and Rovemment
today by flying to 5sa J
i Soviet Communist Party Chlei
Kikita Khrushchev; i i- --.
Their trin to an ; undisclosed
Black Sea resort In the Crimea
was only announced here seven
J hours after the Soviet party
' boss' sleek special plane took oil
for the flight across Romania.
Party and government circles
'admitted they were astonished
-by Tito's surprise trip. -'..i-''
Tito's wile, handsome Jovan-
' ka Broz, went with him. Also m
the group were Aleksander Ran Ran-!
! Ran-! kovic, vice-president of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Executlxe Council, and uu uu-i
i uu-i ro Pucar, president of the Re Regional
gional Regional Assembly of Bosnia and
iHeriogovlna.-1 '
Tne on i c i a i winouiimm.
treated Tito's trip as an exten extension
sion extension of Khrushchev's unherald unheralded
ed unheralded "private visit" to. Yugoslavia.
It said the Russian ana xugu xugu-slav
slav xugu-slav leaders will "spend .several
dav resting at the Black Sea."
Yugoslav f vice-president "Ed "Ed-vard
vard "Ed-vard Kardel last week said
Khrushchev had come on his
eight-day visit "for a rest." r
Government and party circles
professed to be just as much In
the dark as ever, now that
Khrushchev has left, taking his
host and hostess with him. They
referred to his stay here as post postwar
war postwar Yugoslavia's "most mystert mystert-ou
ou mystert-ou visit." vam:i -H'l r
Profane Language
At CZ Bus Stop-
Nets $10 Fine
i. B1 u rt,
Using profane language w tne.
W',J nmM mnA kiMlwnl
, r""
reKHited I in a fui; of $10 this morn-
Ing for Miriam Drummond, 28, Po
Balboa Magistrate's Court was
Inlrt that the woman was using
f four letter words" at the Ceroza
mur stop. '
The charge was disturbing thfj
peace, and the complaining wit-1
fiess was Glenvilla L. Davis. !-




T GIVES CLOOD Blood Is being taken from Armando J. Gas- ;
: peri, commander of American Leelon Post No. l hv rr T.iin.

; C6rdobaf director of the Santo

Forces Set For Jackpot V;

3 Simulated A-Bomb Tests In Oct

' Three simulated atomie bomb
explosions vnll set the scenes next
month for this year's Caribbean
Command Jackpot series of disss.
ter control .maneuvers.
.. These annual exercises are d d-signtd
signtd d-signtd to tost end train the mil mil-itiry
itiry mil-itiry end civil defense force to
cope, with disasters which would
result from an atomie bomb t-

'-t2JLk'n Cf' o-,"--'-;;V.v-"'- 'iCtjroM.The.Csu-ibJatean- Alr-Coni'l
,Jllre,rh,te SoSiste? JJSARCARIB1
SJnffi VJ? Jfe2 &n

u L 7 i v..j i, r j
thHU' LtL?.fl3i
the disaster, eontrol agencies of
the Army, Javv and Air Force,
including the distaff organixation.
elSf ..T:
r,v ....v
the series to test their individual
and combined capabilities to go
into action on shorty notice when
an emergency occurs. The Com;
mander m pief. Xanbbean Com-
mand, also tavitedjhe Canal Zone
Government to participate in Jack-
pot this year, and the Governor
has committed his civd defense
forces for the last two exercises
in the series. :y i
me emwiasis in jaCKPOI V.I
4ermd bv Officials as full dreSS
n u msasier operauons,
will be on realism and each of
!hf thLre? comP"enl services w'A
tab. th turn nh7Q iii
- ji iV -T. .C.rZ!tZ MTT
uig s oiKBsier cene inav will sun
uiatt bomb damage to huildings
fires, casualties a n d refugees
In the first of these exercises.
Jackpot V-A, en Oct. 3, the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Air Command will create
the disaster scene using Albreok
Air Force Base and Curundu as
the disaster areas. The 15th Na Naval
val Naval District, assisted by the U.
S. Army Caribbean, will employ

Tomas Hospital's blood bank. 1
dissstor control forces f r m
Rodman Naval StatioB, Port A A-madar.
madar. A-madar. Fort Clayton and Quar Quarry
ry Quarry Haights to relieve the emer
The' second exercise; Jack V-B
on Oct. 11. willh. Hic.ot.. .-.r.
ed bv U S rm rrihK-
?yu-?- Tmy. Caribbean at
rort ciayton, Diablo Terrace and,
"''"'T ..rOTt
2rt K,obbe v de
fense, forces from Baiboa. .
; ; , ; f:
. fhe1 Atlanitc side of the Can,
2?f, ce.f

ou uiasier, wim tne1 ism wavai to sea, probaby later today. .'
District creating the disaster sit I
naUon at Coco Solo Naval Station, s- f..U rl
The U.S. Army Caribbean, assist- LX"UUD2 si LC.011
ed by the Canal Zone Government,!
win-relieve the emergency wit litfl.t.l M r'UwI
disaster control forces from Fort NfiOOCU 111 a.alSIall
Gulick, Fort Davis, he distaff per-l 1
sonnel from Coco Solo and Coco C Yiih DnnHlnw
SoUtj. and civil defense forces TO" UUna,UUnnil1g
from Maraarita and Cristobal I

AlthniiPh thu milltara m
cis nnpratinnal rnntrnl ... .11
disaster contro" forces in Jackpot
v, the major tasks of locating ca-
sualties and administering first
.m 5,i f
"m. l.u ?".-. Will DC
mainly the responsibility of the
ruiuiccn t uiaiau uisailizauons
Approximately 2.500 of ihese worn
en who are the wives of milltarvi

ana civilian personnel oi ine tnrt jury indictment July 19, 1955, for, time. He said it Is not in accor accor-services
services accor-services will have the opportuni- his alleged part in a general con-dance with the 1888 treaty pro-

ty of demonstrating the m a n v
techniques and skills they have
learned during their training in
uiat 1U. Limu LN1C aim ljib UBnri-
htO tlf rafll0AC .... 1

Lrt fA people knew the truth mi the



Canal Zone Clamp

On Use of

1 Service in Canal Zona post-offices will b limited to
Zont residents and to regular fulltims' employes of ths
United States and members of the armed services residing
in 'Panama after next Jani jfiv)'" yL'ii V
Ancon Post Offica will elosa at that tima. f ?

Gov. William E. potter reveak
ed these facts last night at a
town meeting in Diablo.
Today notices to tnis enect
were delivered in All canal Zone
post offices.
It has been obvious to natrons
for some vtime that the Ancon
post office would be closed, 1
'Decision to limit tb nse of
the entire postal system came
as a surprise to the public,
On eood authority, it was
learned today that representa representations
tions representations regarding (thACJtoof the.
Canal ZonePosta'-wyatem were
made to the United States dur during
ing during discussions leading up to
the signature of the 1955 Treaty
between Panama and the Unit United
ed United States i.;.v. :Sc
Gas-Groggy ier
Worker Med Buy
2 Rescurrs Di3
NEW YORS.- Sent. 27 fUP)
Two rescuers paid with their own
lives yesterday m an attempt to
save & sro2"y sewer worker
iiKia dtM.n m tnc s'' i.t. cuircnt
o a, Westchester,, County truck
sewer, : : :
The two men plunged into the
six-toot wide truck line, succeed
ed in fastening a line around the
collapsing man and saw him haul hauled
ed hauled to sfety,vv4-.j,,s,;v,.v.t;. i
The were overcome by V tts
themseNes and sank into 20 inch
deep water to be swept away be
fo others could feach them; "1
Dead were John Mansfield,' 507,
ana John J. McSpedon, 26, both
of Yonkens. N.Y. ,Their bodies
Were found five hours after their
rescue of Ralph Preiato, 33, of
New RocheUe. N.Y.
Prleiato was in air condition 1ft
Dobbs Ferry Hospital were he
was in an oxygen tent
FlDSsy Sidaswspss
Virginia Ccasfr ;
Floods IIcrfc!k
NORFOLK, Vs, Sept. 27 (UPV-
viroini. rAt .v f i J T a I n
some areas of downtown Norfolk
with six feet of water,
Radio station WCMi said the

floor was bad as the deluge of lasti ,i ,.' .i."ia
April when auortheastenfer storm L, J LVh?! f.
grounded two freighters and cans- ?la"" Jjj. JSHS VhS?
ed the burning of waterfront .TS
PffV7..M:I7;,i"r 1 Police speculated today .that
If&S&Ef alaSr" SS'ta
.T?."? A" Jitmmed to nick un a voun ou

w"u were repwicu
blowing over tne city at a steady
tn ilBt n ,.,
The Weather Bureau" reported
the center of the hnrrlcanewas
P !T. the North CarolK
u coasu biormwinas pusaea
northward as far" as Southern New
Fneland i, .
wpathw Rnrpair aid the
Jrm wuld regain "even morS
trength when U finally moved out
MIAMI, Sept. 27 (UP) A for
mor IMihan mnnreman n n a e r
Prp;idpnt Carina Prin Socarras
ha? been arrested by U.S. Customs
agents on gun-smuggling charges.!
Oscar Alvarado. a Havana attor
ney, was arrested yesterday on
his arrival from Cuba at Miami
International Airport He said' he
was here "on bosinesl" ; 5 C
Alvarado was nampd In irrand
smracy to smueule arms to Cuba
Some 27 others, including P r i o
have been arrested on that indict-
mPRl.. rim Wll Iinff.l 3M.1IIIII.
A In... ii. im X u u.
Alvarado is free on $1,000 bond,

is $fe Aerehtm Lincoln,

s Down
Post Offices
1 Use of the postal system is
not referred to In the Treaty.
The statement tovjboxholders
said the changes followed "the
completion of an extensive sur survey
vey survey of the Canal Zone Postal
System,-specifically the opera operation
tion operation of the various units In re relation
lation relation to the deficit in the Pos Postal
tal Postal Division and the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance ot the most efficient and
necessary postal services." -'
A 15-year-old Panama lair
prohibits the use. of postal
'services other than those of
;the Republic by individuals or
- commercial t'rms. ; ;
: Article 7 of Law 34 of April 1,
1941 covers the matter.-
r Until';-recently the law has
been held somewhat in abey abeyance;
ance; abeyance; especially for individuals.
I The Panama postal system
has been enlarged in recent
years. A new post office was es established
tablished established this yea on justo Aro Aro-semena
semena Aro-semena Avenue.
It la understood that this was
done partly to accommodate the
influx from the Zone. ; t
i The Canal announcement
stated that organizat'ona and
business concerns properly es established
tablished established in the Canal Zone
anl mithnrs i in rr lm t
t-.tir op'taliii!- .'- :. s, i
or puce of li.iuu' in ,i:e
Canal i'.ine b ay continue to
mau Zone post offices. ':
Other persons not In the cate
gories that will be permitted to
use tne system alter Jan. l were
advised by the Director of posts
to immediately institute ar
rangements to have their mall
delivered to other than
postoff ices,
YcJaig Cinderella
Who Lost Slipper
Sought By Police
"Canal Zone police stc on the
lookout today for a- very young
Cinderella.::.:,.' ?.
They-have found one well well-made
made well-made little white buckskin shoe
for a right foot v
The little oxford has apparent
ly never been worn. ..... .
Any child who can Bring in a
left shot to match JX will have a
pair. - -f
'Th JlffM tm 1..,Tjh All.
A ilia U11CI UUC3 ilUR 1U16 UUlf
young princes.
The shoe just might belong to
a little boy about kindergarten
It was found near the Balboa
- - ., -

Eisenhower Holds High Hope


President Eisenhower said to
day he has great hope that E E-gypb
gypb E-gypb Will agree to a Suez Canal
solution. j
At his news conference, the
President clearly and carefully
left the way open for a compro compromise
mise compromise solution on the Suez crisis
so long as basic principles of In
ternationai use are protectea.
Mf. Eisenhower discussed the
Suez crisis when a newsman re reminded
minded reminded him that Egypt had
been preventing Israeli ships
from using the Sues Canal for
many years.
' This Egyptian action, the
President said, is an unjust black
mark that, hna utruvl fnr a Inno
vlding for use of the canal by all
nations, i- ;
The President then said his
great hope Is that the proposed
useu organization will show


This h Civic Spirit?
33 us.-raters
Only 33 persons turned up in
Diablo last night for the first
town meeting on the Pacific
Side at which Gov. William E.
Potter met with representa representatives
tives representatives of the U.S.-rate Civic
Councils. v
Referring to the Civic Coun Councils
cils Councils in general Potter comment commented
ed commented on the slim vote In civic,
council elections.
A woman In the audience said
the populace served by these
councils had felt discouraged In
the past She thought more In Interest
terest Interest would be voiced, now that
the Governor seems concerned.
Potter sard one purpose of
the councils is to take some of
the burden of deciding every
thing off his shoulders. He en encouraged
couraged encouraged the people to help
blm decide.
J'We tried that before but did
not get very far," ,the woman
replied, ;
"You can go all the way this
time," the Governor stated.
Potter told those present that
no big planes are using Albrook
regularly now, and that traffic
has been shifted to' Howard
AFB. Re added that the Defense
Department is studying other
methods to reduce the hazard,
which he said was less than In
most Stateside communities.!
Regarding school aiicifcoriiims,
Pot T SP'ii fflp plllhli.,,"''!
.. f.if ud:t t but i .4 L
reau of the Huriui t. tnnlr it nnf.
" -
tne scnooi an account of the air
field was up. r
He said he would testify be before
fore before -Congress favoring an audi
torlum for Margarita.
Cristobal and Margarita chll-
aren are now permitted to use
Ft -Gulick pool at certain hours
as an interim measure,
v Told that ttie "movies are
rotten" the Governor said he
would try to get better ones
booked, and booked sooner.
A new schedule of showings at
Diablo and Cristobal has been
wesked out with the councils.
Regarding the Fourth of July
celebration which used to be
sponsored bvthe Civic Councils.
but was omitted this year. Pot
ter said he would never push for
celebration, which should be
strictly a community affair. The
American Legion will take it
over If no one else does.
There was considerable discus discussion
sion discussion of, commissaries and the
parking problem at Balboa. Pot.
tor said a survey shewed empty
parking apace convenient to Bal Balboa
boa Balboa at all hours. 1 y
This had welshed heavily with
him, he added in deciding to close
Ancon commissary next Jan. 1.
He observed that the cost of the
Caal Zone's labor force has gone
up, although the force itself has
gon NoUng Tthe Canal has
to keep its self-supporting position,!
be said it has to cut corners
"We can't have all the stores
vaii want Anil ihm nrifM !vrt!l
want." -' .. i

lie again asked for advice as to; while nis son is executive airec
the most-wanted goods for the tor of the Darlen Highway, Sub Sub-commissaries.
commissaries. Sub-commissaries. committee.

great unanimity on rules and
that Egypt will see that it Is in
her own best interest to reach
an agreement with the associa association.
tion. association. He said the countries back backing
ing backing the users plan, worked out
In London, provide 90 per cent
ef Sues Canal traffic.
If a general understanding
can be reached with Egypt, Mr.
Eisenhower said he believes the
question of Israeli shipping
should be cleared up at the same
time. ,, V-:; :-, : ::
Asked to 'clarify the kind of
Agreement he has in mind on
the Sues crisis, the President
said the first London conference
had laid down a series ot prin
ciples ana proposals. t rnese
were rejected by Egyptian Pres President
ident President Gamal'Abdel Nasser.)
Mr. Elsenhower then said he
believes details about the oper operation
ation operation of the canal could be com
promised. But he said this would

oniy be possible if a solution I


But Walter Rest!


Home Tomorrow

' Nicaraguan President Andstasio Somoza's case ti now
regarded as medical rather thnn

man medical team tVom the Walter Reed Hospital, head,
ed by Mai. Gen. Leonard Heaton are leaving for Wash

Today's ballet in from Gorges Hospital reports Somo-i
za as mamtainina imDrovement" huf Pn.nmA r...i

Health drector Col. Charles

ami a very sick man.
Bruce added that Somoza's recuperative powers are
remarkable. He said the wounded chief executive had out

Heaton's team, which includes
Col. James Forsee and Lt Col.
Arthur Cohen will leave for
Washington tomorrow on a
MATS Constellation which has
been standing by here since fly flying
ing flying Somoza from Managua Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning. :
Aitnougn somoza was being
fed broth and tea through a
tube yesterday for the first time
since his operation, he. still re
mains, in a Mate of "clouded
consciousness," according to
.; Itau. t WO illOt 6-WU tijL-
tr a iorii" Karf. fiy ot voULkk voULkk-ing
ing voULkk-ing in Leon last Friday. He
said Somoza got no sleep un until
til until Sunday afternoon in Gar
gas Hospital This exhaustion,
plus Jour hours and 20 minutes
of surgery, entitles 'Somoza to
his current drowsiness Bruce
imvlied. -: .
The Nicaraguan chief of state
is still in an oxygen tent
Amnuiyine tne opinion that
tne surgical situation was over.
Panama Will Seek
Hew Agreements On
Infer American Rosd
New agreements to speed tip
the construction of tne Panama
sector of the Inter -American
Highway will be sought next
week hi Washington by two rep
resentatives of Panama.
Engineer Tomas Guardla and
his son, Tomas Jr., who are leav
ing; Panama Sunday to attend a
meeting of the permanent com
mittee or tne pan -American
Roads Congress in Washington,
said they would endeavor to
negotiate new
agreements on
e basis of recent studies made
on the completion of several
stretches ot the Inter-American
Hlehway. i
The elder Guardla is Panama's
delegate to the Roads Congress
sticks to the principle that the
users have a great stake in, the
European Oil
Consumption To Be
Doubled, By I960 ,,
PARlSTsept. 27 (UP) To Total
tal Total consumption of oil in Europe
in 1960 will be more than half
as much again as in 1955, the oil
committee of the Organization
for European Economic Co-operation
(OEEC) announced today.
It said the figure may double by
1975. . '.
While Europe's oil consump consumption
tion consumption for 1955 amounted to about
87 million tons, the oil commit committee
tee committee forecasts a 137 million tons
consumption in 1980 and 310 mil-


lion tons in 187a,

im ceres


0, Bruce described him o$.-

Bruce said that the most lm- '.
portant aspects now were th
nttnancf 01 chemistry,
nourishment and changing dres-
PanamaV top neuro-surgeori,
ur. Antonio. Ominiu rJ.jn
who remove th-C,,,."
ait him three times a day.

. "? "o tsmuaned that
t'chnUMlly,thwrgical aspect
oi the case could not be said
.ere complete', he-..:--i rfr
trhWi norm- , f
f cral v i.
' lie added that it ht nor normally
mally normally be expend t. st Zl
be able to move a-
wrs as desk work, for Instance
before that time. ""ac.
Today, buUetin saldr .
wJ2Sf teDtnl condition r
ent Somoza has remained
unchanged for the put a
He h tatoed Im.
.-Yesterday afternoon tic was
S!2 noJrthmnt consisting tt I
SteraJa m0UnU a frequent
'The cast on his tight arm
was removed this morning and -tne
Ulnar wonnri

The wound was cleaned and thi
case was replaced.
, his oiood pressure thUmora-
Ing is 16090. DIUSC 130 tm. t
perature 101.4." "-
Bruce also added that Somo Somo-sA's
sA's Somo-sA's heart was strong and his
kidneys were functioning wclL
Moforlsf In Jail
for Using Wrong
License In Zens
Displaying on an automobn a
registration plate not issued for
the vehicle was the technic. I
charge on which Ingnicio Antonio
Romero. 39, Panamanian, was sen sentenced
tenced sentenced today to spend SO dava ia
Sentence was imposed U Balboa
Mafiistrate's Court.
Tne court was told .the Romero
was involved ia contraband mat
ters involving the purchase of
gasoline in the Canal Zone.
When stopped on Gaillard Hieb
way, be could not show a eertifi-
cate of. purchase for the plate oa
his automobile.
The plate actually Issued to him
for bis car Was found hidden nm.
der the frost seat of his vehicle,
- The defendant said something
about having bought a little laso-
line to go to Tocumen to look for
job. ; . ;
RP Police Chkf
Hcports Acts

Of Terrorism
' Police chief Col. Bolivar Valla.
rino today reported a number of
terrorist acts which tool place
yesterday. -j. ..:..'
. In a communloue issued to
the press, Vallarlno aald un.
known persons cut several tele
graph wires while others spread 1 -tacks
along the streets and
highways of Panama City,
Vallarlno said it was a pre premeditated
meditated premeditated plan to disturb the
peace. v
Police are on ths trail of ths
individuals, vallarino sai4,






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in w vetm wvm rm mapm own coiumh

W. lu.A ft.. I. mm Imm t nmdmtt el The PiMlM AftMflcaa

UNen are wctlrW raMfuDv aed u handled ta whoUv cofiWU!

H bu iuiAiii a Ma int he. IfUMHeat )

Mat dy Uim art prtHrted A Hdtt leetived, -;
Heat hv to keae IM Uttm UmiNd te cm pate beet.


Identity et letter wm ii beM hi aMetest eeA)Hdeee.
Vkit If MHMM M IMMMikililf fat ttHtBWltfl
N4 h MM Iim Mm,


t i..i-i.. Hh the recent letter in the Mall Box fcnd

had been wondering when someone would speak up about this
titUIUdSnt know how long Dr. Hirschl has been on the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus but I do know that he worked by himself on the Pediatric
Service lor a couple of years and did a line lpb.
- I'm aura be ipent many a sleepless night with as many lick
patients during this time7;i didn't see him getting any wcog-
TnlSftiplles for the other Gorgas doctors.' .can't see
why one doctor should be singled out for a citation bfcause he
' did what, he wa supposed to. Look to your records Health De De-Sitment
Sitment De-Sitment fchd t you rwlJl find many men who have don "auperln.
v..Sw work lor a longer period Of tlmi than DrJJs

Peter Edson

:Vish WE Had a Pilot"


k ... ti th Panama Canal Company

I believa they could make money with out much cost to tftem.
f I suggfe't thit parking meters be installed in and arouno. tne
Balboa Commissary and Annex, also make a toU bridge of the
- teidge toat is to be buUt, which I feel will more than make, up
lor the loss of the Local Rate Commissaries that will close the
j end of this year. inga Da Bell.
I I wal interested m ttie mother's letter about school I Wth(j.
. etcand agree heartily with her sentiments. I have vttd achool
; on vWting day in Balboa for several yeaisnow. and each ktime
Save noticed the excessive heat In the school rooms. It dbesn t
' mm to matter which floor th room is on, or what exposure
1 it has my kids have been in practically all types of rooms),
-but each visiting flay they were all ot.
I've thought each year, If only each room had fc ttow rhoV rhoV-I
I rhoV-I init lar ceiling fan, what ah improvement it would be. Think
' how hard it T, or children to sit then many hours, trying to
I eoncenttate. in that hot, humid, airless atmosphere. Its not
easy for the teachers either, to do their best under such-cir-'cumstancas
Could we possibly do something about it?
II a connection with the subject of heat and humidity I
'aaree that more emphasis should be placed on swimming by
lithe Athletic Depfcrtment It's an ideal sport and recreation for
I' this cumate. I place my vote with others who want to see the
!. return Of a RedT White and Blue Troupe

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Some of the 500 ReDubncan lead

ers from all over the U.S. in

vited up to the Eisenhower farm
near ftettvhims. Pa., for the cam

paign opener went home kind

of disappointed.
Princinll thA vnmfK

They hadn't been invited inside
the house to see the interior deco decoration
ration decoration .color Scheme, whether

there was wall-to-wall carpeting
and what kind of drapes there
were at the windows.
The whole crod was kept out
in the stubbte in the field east Of
the house. They ere kept off the
lawn by an electric fence.
The closest inspection permitted
was through a printed picttae.
booklet showing views of -the
farm, and the outside and ibslde
of the house. Every guest got qne
as a Souvenir. That, night the

books were on sale to tourists at

the Gettysburg Hotel,

What candidate for the presi presidency
dency presidency has to put up with when
he goes after the lob, the hard
way, it indicated by whit is d

scribed as uov. AQiai sievea
iion'i record day so far. He cov

ered 1,700 miles in 22 hours with
five meetings.

The day began at S a.m. in
Santa Fe N. Mex. .He went by
Mr in Alhiiaiieraua far a break

fast meeting. Then by air to Port Portland,
land, Portland, Ore., Bonneville Dam and
Vancouver, wish., for other
meetings. Finally a flight to Sioux
City, is. He worked on speeches
during the night flight, arriving
at 3 a.m., still going strong, but
not Quite finished with his text

for the first meeting mat aay.

Unlike StevehsOhn Democrat!
vice presidential candidate Estes
Kefauver doet most Of Ml Sleep

ing on planes between speecnes.
This is the secret of his strength

for continuous campaigning.
... i, --, !. i
When Kefauver gets on a plane,
he first takes off his coat, then
his shoes. He puts Ou soft slippers
which he carries in his brief

rate loosens his tie, then dons

black mask that fits close:

the bridge of bis nose 4m

ail light irora ms ewe.. J . aw. e,Btti. mM nM been biow.

He reans oacx seai ana tmokAiftS!i aver Rroidwav

a s le e p URe Atnat. neft 18 s n n, formt B6na


w h a i a Jit..


DVew Pearson lays: Democrats Neither Clements bof Weather Weather-nursing
nursing Weather-nursing high-price ammunition to by has the bona fide support of
puncture Ike's prosperity slogan; their fellow Democrat, Gov. Hap Hap-race
race Hap-race row in Kentucky raises po py Chandler.-Happy is officially
Iltical question marks; tax agents supporting Clements, after doing
are now wearing smiles. .his best to defeat him in the Dem-
. K locratle primary; but he is bitter
WASHINGTON -I It isn't sup- against cx-Governor Weatherb.
posed to be sprung until later ut At first it was suspected that
the campaign, but the Democrats the school row in Sturris. Kv

are preparing an answer to the might have been stirred up by
COP ."prosperity" them. They Chandler forces in order to em em-intend
intend em-intend to use the Eisenhower ad- barms Clements, since U oo

ministration s own statistics. jcurred in Clements home coun coun-Future
Future coun-Future compiled br the Labor tv. and since tha ecoositlnn t

Department show that housewives Negroes attending Sturgis
are paying the highest food prices' Schools was inspired: by Chan Chan-in
in Chan-in history despite last week's dler's close friend, W. W. Waller.
1-10 of 1 per cent drop. Mean-a farm implement dealer. J
whit, the farmers are getting' Furthermore, the school nrinci-

lesi for their crops. This means pal, Carlos Oakley, who stood .'up
tit middlemen the big proc- for the right of Negro children to
essors and packers are pock' attend school, was a close friend
eting the difference at the of Senator Clements, Thus the sit sit-pense
pense sit-pense of both housewives and nation could have lost votes for
farmers. : i Clements, who has always sur
Significantly, most of Secretary ported the Supreme Court decV
of Agriculture Benson's so-called Sion and did not .Sign the con

"farm'' advisers, serving on nis gressionai southern manifesto,
many-advisory committees, are; However, Chandler's calling but
not farmers at afl but middlemen, the Kentucky National Guard has
The cheese program that back j now put him squarely on the side

nrea, for example, was recom- of tne Negro, so he's unpopular
mended by A. W. Sigmuad of, with tome whites, a hero with
Kraft Cheese. Voder this pro others. General consensus of the

gram, the Agriculture' Depart-j politicoes is that the school con con-ment
ment con-ment bought cheese from the troversy hasn't changed many
comptnles, then sold it baek to Kentucky votes.

mem at a prom witnout me,

Walter Wincliell In Men Yor


cheese ever leaving the ware

hnuies. -. i .

This was widely advertised as
a lubsidy to help the dairy farm-

The Great White Way (New
York City, U.S.A.) is the world's
largest attraction. Two. forms Of
amusement make Broadway what
it is, namely the outdoor spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular electricks and the theater .
Rodfieri and Hammemein shows.

,i IVLl1 which run about t years, are short
J X..'rh eompared to Doug Leigh's
id shuts .,long mb ffM hewj m Ughts


awakens naturally as the plane

comes down for his next stop.

(now Pepsi-Colt) waterfall has
been cooling the passerfiby 'with

. -i zii DW

""eiL t.raeZirLSlte .recirculated

cMatT "Tjwatei: every minute tor b years.

Neither ftepublictD or Demo-

crttic headquarters is showing

anv aitni of worry over ue

"National Conservative Move
ment" launched la Memphis. The!

Chevrolet at the head of

Times Square has been flashing

brightly for B , Grand Union's
animated cartooa sign (a la, Dis

ney technique) has been entertain entertaining
ing entertaining pastersby for IS years, except-

m,1ii.feis!JW?.WotM War 11 For 18 years

P JH? Aif fwCoca-CoW'J toif-tow's," weather
Coleman Andw 'Vu-gmia lor Li-lrk.,-uMj,.. iJ,.arrtt

president and aJ Weidet of a 'bumbershoot" tt wear a straw
,dhat ii r vTho Brotdway signery

is that in 1852, witn ine popular
Gen, Douglas- MscArthur as its

votes nine 1 1 a t e s 60 why! 1 r "."WC Sent tower of

bother about any rump ove-j --"'"

ment nowr
The Republican polht of view
Is that'tf the National Conserva

tive Movement shows any
streneth this year, it will take

votes away from Eisenhower -l

hot Stevenson

to it.

must meet j the public taste be because
cause because more "people see the White
lights in one day than visit the

. .And then thl battery, with: ditioner

Avenue but ridel, Grant's Tomb,

the Museums, sad tn i0.
Broadway Wsoclstion's count of
the people on Broadway (less dur during
ing during the. week and more on Fri

Sat. and Sun.) averages' 1,500,000
daily between 42nd and 50th

Streets . sroaaway was origi originally
nally originally a cow path . It shaped
like an X . Actually Broadway
is 2 streets, 7th Ave and Broad Broadway
way Broadway . Both are called "Broad


There have beta 4 block long
signs (two for Wrigley, One for
Cliquot Club, and one v for Dc
Mille's Ten Commandments) be before
fore before the world's- biggest Pepsi's
waterfall sign which it a block
and a quirter long. How can they
do that? .They make ita block

long and then bend around the
two earners, gaining another quar quarter
ter quarter of a block, ; U Each bottle
U as high as a 4 story ; building
' The waterfall, flows ail win

ter by Using enough anti-freest for

3,000 tutomooues, t

.Actual bubbles from

a soap ad . Floating neuum
tilled Balloon in the shape of an

orange i . More illuminated diss

tics . s rencn penume oeing

sprayed from a new spectacular.

Broadway hat v 364,633 Maidat
ind U miies of neon tubing ,
The rosy glow in the sky from
ill these lights can be teen (in the
sky) from tt far away at Stam Stamford,
ford, Stamford, Conn.
'The word "iDecttculir" wti or

iginally used for Broalway lights
and when NBC't former head
(Pat Weaver) adopted it for the
90 minute TV spectaculars, he pub publicly
licly publicly save hii friend Doul Leieh

credit, for making the name fa


Tax Aleuts' Morale
The tgentt who collect our in income
come income taxes are more- efficient

ert. But 111 it did wst benefit these days, thanks to the new
the cheese m I d d 1 s m e n. The commissioner, Russell C. Har Har-cheese
cheese Har-cheese deal was to smelly that rington,
the Justice Department, under- Actually few people1 realized
prodding from Congress, hat or how low the spirits 0 Internal
dered the cheese companies to Revenue employes tank under
Say back their windfall profit to their former boss, T. Coleman
io government. v (Andrews. Andrews hated the m-
, The Labor Department figures, come tax, consequently made his
which the Democrats intend to tax collectors feel he hated them
fling at the Republicans, are too. '.
based On a survey of food prices while nobody likes to p a y

in over 50 key cities, Prices in taxei, and for that reason tax
January, 1953 when, the Eisen- agents aren't particularly loved,
hower administration took office nevertheless the entire structure
are eompared withJuly, 1954. of government collapses without
According to these Official fig-them. Furthermore, most tax
ores,, white bread hat jumped agents are hard-working, dedlcat
from 1 to IS cents a loaf tince ed, underpaid men.
Eisenhower took Office, peanut Since taking office last Decern Decern-butter
butter Decern-butter from 49 to 54 centt i Can; ber. Harrington has traveled far
grape jelly from 14 to XI cents and wide to meet Internal Rev
a jar; coffee from 88 cents to enue employes. As a result he's

$1.05 a pound; milk, 19 to 20 accomplished miracles in restor restor-centt
centt restor-centt a quart: : lard, .18 ; to to ing the dignity of his once dispir
cents; oatmeal, 18 to 18 cents; ited workers. .
toda crackers, -25 to tT cents: Ordinary citizens may alee be
pork chops; 73 to 88 cents; canned feelinp the benefit of Barring Barring-salmon,
salmon, Barring-salmon, 53 to 80 cents; dried--'
prunes, 29 to S6 e t n 1 1; cola ton't reforms, for the- new corn corn-drinks,
drinks, corn-drinks, 29 to 83 centt. i tconunued on rage t
1 A taut ha1i Itonfti liAttA IrAnnAil! i-

in price, including round steak f
from 81.03 to 88 centt i pound;
Ice cream from 30 to 29 centt a

pint; and butter from 60 to 72

pint; and butter from 80 to 72 iiimwv
centt a pound. Oranges, have gone t I'ami
up from 54 to ,68 cents a dozen; i 10 tlCiIf ft V

The animals in the

cartooa electrick show to more

people in 4 nights -than see the
real live animals in the Bronx

gape at the turn-

pent and pen-

Visitors to New Vork rate' the

So more power! sights-to-see like this: Broadway

ugnis and ineaters . Tour or
Rockefeller Center . Statue of

"AMERICA ILLUSTRATED,,-Tlus is the cover of the first
issue of "America Illustrated," a monthly magazine published
by the TJ.S. Information Agency in Russian for distribution te
tn Soviet people. Printed in West Berlin, the new magtslnt
Will sell fc Ave ruble $1.25 per copy. By mutual agree agreement,
ment, agreement, the Russians are distributing their magazine, USSR, in
this country for 20 cents a copy.


' I;
t 4i

-' i :

'Her thumb Isnt t bit green!"

Ever since President Truman
set the pattern in 1948, Democrats

have tried to discount the ac

curacy of national political noils.

It's much the lame story this


me liaiiup pou on Apru
showed 81 per cent for Eisen Eisenhower,
hower, Eisenhower, 37 per cent for Stevenson,
2 per cent undecided. The Sep.
tember 8 poll Showed 81 per cent

for Eisenhower-Nixon, 41 per cent
Stevenson-Kef auver, T per cent;
undecided. The Roper poll made
it 48 to 41, with U per cent un-i
decided. I

The Democratic line is that

this margins of difference will

continue to shrink in national
polls between' how and election
day, but never show Stevenson-

Kefauver in tn lead, necause ue
samnla isn't big enough.

. The Democrats therefore put
their- reliance on ttate and local
polls like the Minnesota poll
which showed the two parties
even with 7 per cent of the vote
and 8 per cent undecided and

on actual earur election results

In Maine, the Democrats won a

governorship and a congressman.
In Washington state primary.

M&gnuson ran ahead of Langlle

for senator,

Townsend Plan, Inc., it about

busted. The last issue of The

Townsend National Weekly car

ried an urtent appeal from ut,

Francis Townsend, founder of the
movement, for avJ15,000 emer emer-gency
gency emer-gency fund. The government has
filed an $8,500 tax lien against the

organization and it has no money

to oav. it nas soio its property

in Cleveland, It has reduced the
size of its newspaper, ind the

outlook in this election year


Mavbe it's lust another oroff

of the increased cost of every everything.
thing. everything. Msvbe t's merely an indi-

cation that the elderly people no

longer nave teea oi a loDoy.

-Tne xownsena movement was

started hack in the early depres depression
sion depression days when old people were
the first to lose their jobs and
there wasn't enough charity to go

Dr. Townsend arose- out of Cali California
fornia California in their defense. He ad-

vocated a f. eneral sales tax to
finance pensions.
His movement has had support
from 163 congressmen this year.

but never quite enough to put
over the Townsend Plan. Now the

Davroll deduction method for fi

nsncing old age retirement Is so
well established tha. it would be

cils . Channel 2 running letters

onmin out of the CBS eye

Also ki the same block the steam
from the one story high White
Rose tea cup getting oh's and ah'

i The tal est letters on orgnu-

wiy three stories. mgn ino
WRCA letters at 42nd and the Big
Street i : i rr Future" visitors to
Broadway t will see streamers

. Old-timers wiU remember the
Cortecelll Kitten electrick with a
kitten all wound up with 4 srl
of thread ". The Cliquot Club

Eskimo snapping his whip at a What all these figures add up

team or nusuet . in is the highest grocery bins in

canned oranne juice from S4fto

3t eenlii.l V ... t '

race i i i The Wrigley fishees.

Liberty-'. Empire State Roof blowing from a' Tedder's ait eon-

MEANWHILE... over at the
Glub Atlas


From 9:30 p.m.: on ?
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Former TV Star from Philadelphia,

Aft Ertffliihman. when shown the

electronic cartoon sign and told
of its 4,000 lights blinking on and

on io times a second, said: "Verv

ingenious but don't you think it't
frightfully conspicuous" The
English have fewer spectaculars

in Piccadilly Circus than you will
find on any two blocks on Broad Broadway
way Broadway . The biggest in Piccadilly

is Coca-Cola's bulls-eye , Eu

rope it far behind the U.S. in elec

trick signs even though two of the

oiggest inventions came from Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, Ceorge Claude, a French Frenchman,
man, Frenchman, invented Neon . And the
1.1. m. j.. - ... M

brought the English Invention of
the running ribbon tign to the

At least one in I visitor tn

Broadway take pictures of the

signs i un any given aay i out
of people on Broadway are New

ltorxers . une in every 4 are
from within 100 miles . One in

from the 48 States and the

world ... About 8 of every loo

bassersby are visitors to the ,U.S.
from practically all -over the
world W,- When the Russians

were shown film of New York

City, the State Department reoort-

ed that the two things that made

mem stand up and applaud were
tht Embire State Bulldine and the

three ttory high Loew't state-front

uaeness ot Marilyn.

Orchids to Columbia Record

Divisions auditions at the Park.

Sheraton Tuesday night, where
we loved them all. aneciallv

Goddard Lieberson's mc'ing, J
definite threat to Steve : Allen

and others on the air who got

very uicxy . nravos to fiiieen

Koogers' "Miracle of LOvt" plat platter
ter platter and. her easy-does-it style. Dit

to te newcomer song star Richard

wuson, woe aiso nas a uood race

. Boyd Raeburn's music and

Ginny Powell's vocals helped

make it a sty time . Washing

ton critics embraced the new mu

sical 'U'l Abner . One re.

ported; "irs a niti There's an

abundance of riches in this rout

ing, high-spirited show" . The

wrsnugtoa rostman will roger'd:

"Plenty aingy. I reckon at how
you can aay 'Li'l Abner' and all
them Dospatch people are lonna

be a big wham my hit" The
Big .Story is the long box office

lines sir tickets outside the Na-

sky (the Strauss heiress) is suing

a scanaai mag tor nau-a-mm .

Cong. Melvin Price is trying to
get the Pentagon to permit his

new movie. "Attack." to be shown

in Army placet. . On Broadway
some romances are measured
not bt the number of .hugs and

kisses but by the n u m b e r of

column- breaks. ..Don for forget
get forget to send me your President

straw vote (postcard) on Ike or

Aaiai ana u you ere awncn awncn-mi
mi awncn-mi your vote from '52. WW.

Box 111. N.Y.C . ... His serene

Highness and Her Grace don t

! know what to name their heir

U.S. history for housewives and
Democrats intend to throw this

back at Eisenhower on the pros prosperity
perity prosperity issue.

' Kentucky School Aftermath

" Political nunditt are trvine to

gauge what effect the interracial
school row in Kentucky will have
on the hot race for the Senate,

in which Eisenhower forces are
trying to bump oft the No. 8
Democratic leader of the Senate,
Eerie Clements, ; and ex-Gov.
t tkHAAMAA UFA tkiUnwVvU MtUA Ik

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Opening-lead 1

Today's hand is an exercise in
"avoidance" the art of keeping
the dangerous opponent out ot
the lead. East is dangerous, be because
cause because he -- will lead diamonds
through your king if you give him

the chance. West is not danger

ous, because a diamond lead from
that direction will give you a cure

trick with your king.
You via the opening" trump lead
In' your own hand and develop
spades without giving East a

chance to win a trick. The meth method
od method is to lead to dummy's ace of

was a communications

First Customer For Trans-Atlantic

Phona Cable Unaware Of Distinction

ii.W YORK. Sept. 27 (UP) 'when he made the can that his
I ne first trans-Atlantic telephone i were going under the sea

i-me wem tout service in eiabor instead of by shortwave radio radio-ate
ate radio-ate ceremonies in three nations yuune. At the time, he thought
yesterday, but the customer who the reception' was unusually clear
placed the, first call bad bo idea but he was astonished to learn

u was mazing nistory wnen he later he
rang up a business associate in pioneer..

" "I Jd no Idea I would be the
lop communications and gov-first,- he said. "The operator

iuuiciu icaucn gamerea in new game me no indication that my
York, London and Ottawa to make call was unusual in anv wiv. I

the first call on the 42 million call England frequently on busi-

uuu.i uuuersea iciepnone line at ness. in ine past tt has taken me
11 a.m. edt. They talked for 14 up to 24 hours to get a call
minutes.- (through. Today, it went through

- wu uuuis uier, ine service in less man IV minutes.
...... ...I 4. .1 .: i ....

.r.a upcucu w uis pacing uuuiic im, very, pieasea and verv
CiRllinl IT Y i: KT V 1- 1 .. ... ..

kiiiuu mi, dci mi, a new l ura proud 10 DC lot Iirst caller.
textile merchant, was oA the line 'The nine-minut ran nii.i' h

to .textile merchant John Black- Berlin cost him $36 plus tax, $12
burn in Batby, England, near for every three minutes. The night
Leeds, five minutes later. iand holiday rale Is $9.
. Record Newscast The ceremony at the headquar headquar-,.
,. headquar-,. Transmission of the first radio ters of A. T; & T.. the world's

program by transatlantic cable largest private enterprise, was in
came at 3:45 pjn. edt, when the sharp contrast to the first tele-

i.auonai jsroaacasung u. record- pnone call ever made. In 1876, an
ed Its regular news report from excited Alexander Graham Bell
London for re-broadcast later. The shouted into a crude mouth piece
cable is not equipped to carry! "Mr. Watson. Come here. I want

television programs across the you." :

Atlantic. I Today's nroceedines. linkln

Berlin, senior partner of the New York and inHnn

British Textile Co., had no idea' and London, had been, carefully

rehearsed In advance. r
Service from New York to Lon London
don London began with A. T. ft T.'s ooard
Chairman Cleo F. Craig picking
up a telephone receiver and say saying":
ing": saying": r ')' !.'' .'
.- "This is Cleo Craig In New York
calling Dr. Hill in London. Good
afternoon. If that youT ,Hello."
Charles Hill, who as British

postmaster general runs the Brit-

37-Ycar-Old Father
Captured Hall-Hour

After Robbing Bank

ssdanvi- sept. 27 (up)-ErsssjFSttm

n. ucsucrme lainer wno laid tin t uA. xr.n- i.

inmv a ace or j j x i ncuu. ncuu. iiir. raiK. il. m

J spades and return the queem- If J" w"..0'" ffljWJWw hr your voice..

Jfiast plays low, you 4umihalllZl'Z, ei that this cable is a mas-

half hour after robblna the ShH

dan State Bank of $7,012.

rouce arrested Fred Jovano

terpiece of International coopera-


vich,. 37. .t-ar's:.

Vn' -t?..5m- L0:"8 ttons. Commission, said hello to!

fPp th. h7.3:. GW Caryle Marler

a club. Let's say. East plays the

ing oi spaaes, ana you trump.
," Now you lead a trump to dum

my's ten and cash the t ten of j

puts you in, position to play the :1;- v"c """ paper Canadian minister of transport,
clubs in the same manner.. Ir" .. 'took over from Ottawa.
You lead the ace of 'clubs, drop- f VlwBe oh(lldup. w" "Although the Cistance 'between
.i;!5! ;tt-! w. is very great

jaca. ui ciuus urougn .as(. u
he plays low, you discard a dia-1
ri.ond and (continue the suit; ruff
if he covers with the king. You

can get back to dummy with the

king of heart -to cash any highlmttotn; ; rovanovieh told police.i "This is
clubs that rmain. g?X dtb' ?r?,ng to uPPQrt is every li

inis uine ot play permits, you "V n r Kmunng out g,,

to discard two diamonds on dum dummy's
my's dummy's clubs.- You must eventually
give up two diamonds, but vou

make your contract with an extra
trick.'- '',-. : -..--

I!::n!:ineer$iust j

J iw m separated by the
she knew ni;gef1h5,kd I' the Atfantic, our cable
Blan t! Z tthh,"8.herusb'"i,s brings your voice to me as clearly
Pl"? A"Skk. V" we her. in Britain,"

. ii . . Aixu iciiicu lu juanei a kikkliiik.

This is an event none of us
every likely to forget,", Marler

eean drlnkinir.i

T AtifiAaA a k.n. ..Ul

the only wav out for me. It IT I a amis Im1 llnail

ito be a single try at crime." I VitiVUr HI III rlGilA

M's. Louise Robinson said she m

saw a man enter the bank and lfAYM rYrfltlVA
then hurry out with a paper sackJI VI vJ LApVilJlIC

oiic wrote aown ine ucense num number
ber number and description of his car,
and entered the bank to find its

president and two employes in a

WUXU1TA Sfttrf 7..TP.-. n a......

Bureaucracy, was at work in the kGC N I I Lit 1
hifh Himalayas today. IiWJI UJ lilt.l

ine mountain nation of NepaVfi
through which most expeditions Jj.5J IJIV 1
pass on their way to eonquer the 4"'w 1 J
towering peaks, -issued a five-KEY WEST Sept. ,27 (UP)

point regulation for mountain J-"ripbean Carriers, and i armed'

cumoers. s irucic service, reported today a
, 1 bag containing $3,230 picked up at
. 1. News dispatches of expedl-" Brocery store was missing when

linns cannot De 1 copyrighted and xuc uu arnvea at me, ney west
all Dhotoeraohs must h : anbmit. State Bank.

ted to the government for approv- was the third such loss re-'
a!. , ; ported by this armored truck ser-

i. txpeaitions must be spon- vice -since last April.

1 vmf A-'f tfff.

To K!s3 Tesnaters

BRISTOL, Pa., Sept. 27 (UP) (UP)-Nine
Nine (UP)-Nine teen-aged boys learned the
hard way yesterday that different

people react in various way? when I

tney see a bloody arm" dangling
from the truck of an automobile.
Wehn Madeline Wadlinger, and
Camille Pinch saw the "gruesome
sight," they fainted. An unidenti unidentified
fied unidentified motorist, his nerves a b 1 1

more steeled, simply pulled wer

to tne roadside to recover.
But authorities didn't scare at

Police in Bensalem township
first received the report an old
model car with a body in the

trunk was proceeding toward Bris

tol. Soon other reports were com 'I

me in from neoDle who hid imit.

must be anon- Vice Since last April. J ted the car: nrnmnttnB Snntra AL

-n i l. -it --i . i Tt, jmi... a il :i . . . f r

aun-u, uy wuiciai or semi-oiticiai ""'" me irucK, mario oen scnuitz to order an all-points
organizations. No free lance. Davila, 38, and Roland. Strickland,! bulletin over the police radio. Po-

buuiuiiik uowea. ... wwo inen 10 Miami ior a lie nee in eight surrounding commu-
a. Each expedition must hire a detector test at the Dade County nities were alerted.
Neoalrse "liaison nffirpr"- and sheriffs office. i Fit,aii tha ...t .. i,.u.j

provide him with salary. food, Tl?e service reported that last two patrolmen in Bristol. They o-
ftl4-taH. -L I. S ni-ll Bk nnd 4.1. nt a. a.. i I

T.IUUUUS, anciicr auu camp eqmp- ng ,roin -me riorida pened ine trucK ana found 15-year-

i i. i. 1 1, io- c cu" f, comaining oia mu Jones ot Bensalem inside.

i. caku cxpeuiiiun win oe usDie wsi. ana on June l His arm was covered with catsuo.

The nine youths, ranging in
age from 15 to- If, wera taken
first before Squire Schulti. He
fined the four beys of legal age
$10 and $9 costs and turned the
Hup awaa lnuaall ....

i t .vu.l,. -HI.. T W . W I V Till,. WTff-
under a garbage can a half-blockl thoritles. x
from the bank.. The cash was1 The four boys who had been fin fin-misslng
misslng fin-misslng but the $125.93 in checks ed were then taken to Bristol
was still in the bag. where three of them were again
, Caribbean Carriers reported the fined, this time $100 plus $7.50

. r.L ana ine dn- cosu. They were given 24 hours to
vers of the truck bonded. Pay or face 30 days in jail.

, ""-v. mmwim avuiss a J
for accidents or injuriesyto the manager of Kress stores said
liaison-officer and' Nepalese por-! ba? containing $2,074.70 in cash
ters. ; k jand $125.93 in checks was deliv-i
, 5. Expeditions must pay it roy- ered to the service. j
ally to the Nepalese government1 .On June 3 officers said the

io enter tne country tor inoun-i'PPea "Pen liress bag was found

jauieermg purposes.

US Etcn:r,ij! Sees
4-Day 7crk Veek
Ti:!cid:l' For U. S.

WELLESLEY, Mass. Spt. 27 27-,
, 27-, (UP ) Economist Roper W. Ttahsnn

said today that the proposed 4-day I
; work week' would, be "suicidal" 1

tor America. ,.
; In a campaign speech in Colo
rado Saturdav Vice Prpsirisni

.Richard M. Nixon said Republi-I

cans see me time not too far
distant when ,we an have a four four-day
day four-day week and family life will be

even more fully enjoyed by Amer-I

i "If there now Were a surplus of
labor as in the early 30s there

might' be some- logic in reducing

ine weeKiy worKing hours," said
'Babson. "But to do it today would
be suicidal for all people. Any!
such move would of course tem-
porarily put up wages, which i
could be met by increased prices. I
Hence, the wage Workers would i
not gain much, if anything, from I
this inflationary move." v I
Babson said that in normal;
times j especially in prosperous'
times as at present it would
be "a, crime- to retard produc-l,



Do your ft itch 19 hsilly that they
arly drlva you crayT Docil th ikln
en your feet crack and pel? Tha
rral causa of theaa foot troubla ia a
rm, and tha ailmant ia known under
riany namra, auck aa Athleta'a Foot,
fynpor Itch, ate To rid yourself af
theso troubles, you have to kilt tha
terms that causa them. A new treat treatment
ment treatment caUed Nlxoderm wlU aulckly
overcome tha ttchinc. kUllna aerms,
and aoothinir your faet. It ia also a
remedy again! th moat atubbora
rea of eczema, a-ne and akin erus erus-tlons.
tlons. erus-tlons. Get Nixoderm from your druf-
. for today.. i ;t

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Answer to Previous Punk

1 Movie actress,
'Yvonne De
I She stan in
11 Revoke, as
a legacy .'
12 Foreign -1J

14 Paused

1 Idoliies
3 Legal point
4 French plural
' 9 Greek letter
Passafe tee
7 Island (Fr.)
. I Fairy fort

tlron, tin.

alunuflum, etc.

'tm u e." fr am' "" o ofS
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35 She has been

in many :
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16 Fourth month 10 Moves XT Sbosboneaa
(sb.) x furtively Indian
ITDriviof 7 13 Taxi 38 Get up
command .15 Doctors (ab.) 30 Scottish can
1( River in IS Conclusion 34 Assisted
Switzerland 22 Lamprey 35 Born

20 Honey-maker fisherman
21 Any 34 Vigilant

ZZ Wapitis
23 Former ;
Russian ruler
It Compulsion
21 Land parcel
31 Sesame
32 Note in
. Guido's scale

33 Compass point


3. Sea eagle
40 Canvas '-'
41 Correlative
of either
43 Measure ",
of cloth

45 Altitude (ab.)
' 44 Oriental sash
17 rniit rirh-V

41 Inland
51 Tower
54 Weird

55 Compound
I ether
!3( Sediment
1ST Soothsayers

.39 Church 1
40 18 th Greek
42 Ceremonies
44 Permit
46 Poems
4 Exist
50 Dress stone

34 Convulsive try S2Xmploy
38 Closer 53 Route (ab.)

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Nuclear Physicist

To Help Florida U
In Reactor Plan
- . i
GAINKSVTT.LE. Fls. cpt 27 -(UP)
The University of Florida
has announced that, one of the na nation's
tion's nation's top nuclear physicists will
help the university develno s nu

clear reactor program.

Dean Joseph' Weil, director of
the engineering and industrial ex experiment
periment experiment station, said the univer university
sity university has contracted with the Gen Gen-eraf
eraf Gen-eraf Nuclear Engineering Corp. of,

uunedin to act as1 consultant.
The firm is headed by Dr. Wal Walter
ter Walter Zinn, pioneer atomic physicist
and former director of the Atomic'
Energy Commission's Argonne Na-'
tional Laboratory. r J.

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' . j u Am la nnmrdlft Ir. were

aestsVf honor t recepUon ttren yesterday noon by. ihe
Stan Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. Francisco de Mlran-
f iSS apfiotFrEieet de la Guardia :was
presented lithbedecoration of "Carlos Manuel de Cespe-
aV,S5,5 SSpSSlnffla hih omeiaj of Fan Fan-aa
aa Fan-aa and the Cal Zone and member, of the Dlplomatto
Corps. -' -;' ".

i f w Civm tations to typical Tinaraaman
tZtoi$&r Te. fiesta which will be held Saturday
,.S?Tpner .iffi of at the Golf Club In honor of visit'

.1 t ihl pTnama Car ina renresentaUves of other eoun

Noted Argentin Artitf

ion Fiiiop will -Vnftwn Areen-

tine poet and writer will be the

Mil net nf hnnnr rnmpnr -it ine

women iniernaupnai xaonut ur

ganizaUon of Panama at a cele celebration
bration celebration of Simches Torah.
Th tffaip will he held at' the

Beneficencia Israelita of Panama

beginning at 8:30 p.m

Mr. Filer will give three-recitations,
in Hebrew, English and
Spanish. He is here under the

sponsorship 01 me jewisn Agency,

;l!2Y.'Sch:5l Crccll

kres In KenSucky,

653 K!is Absenl

urwnip'nww TTt Spnt. 27 -A

boycott of the Weaverton consou consou-dated
dated consou-dated school here grew yesterday
.. jka nf ma white students stayed

hut five Npsto children

llVUIV C- i A tiw vw o

rode in school buses inrougn a corps problems during the six aay

crowd of wu persons to emer ujoiconterence..

rjuiitting. .. AV

The crowd gatnerea ior we sec

ond day at me scnoot wuero ujb
niim ctnHcntt had been attend

ing classes for nearly three wks
without incident. -

ritv nnlirp were on nana. Dul

Principal Felix Trader said the
ornwH was orderly as the Negro

children arrived. A few parents

entered the building ana nrougni

um hn n Neero children

are attending Negro grade schools

in the county ana as are curuueu

at a Negro high scnooi. ;
a .imiiar hnvpntt cut enrollment

at the Sturgis high school and the
Clay consolidated school about 35

miles irom nere, unm .-uuu
k..rj kirmd Neero children

from the schools last. week. . I

national uuara iroaps uu amic
poUce, called Into Sturgis and Clay
C intatrratlnn disturbances.

were pulled out last week-end bjr

order or uov. a o. w"a a
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Kiiovzland Claims
Adlal 'Too !!2iYer

TdTBe PresiienlEI

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 27 (UP)

Sen. William F. Knowiana
(R-Callf.) said last night that
Adlal Stevenson was "too naive

to be President oi cne unwea
Stat" t he wa wllllne tO C-

nf Diucla'a nmilnlM that It

would halt testln of ; nuclear

weapons. n f
irnnwlarifl told a COUntT Re

mihiiron a.oRomhl meeting that

the democratic presidential nom

inee had cauea jor aisconwnu aisconwnu-ancs
ancs aisconwnu-ancs of atomic and nuclear

weapons tests.

5he Governor of the Panama Ca, mg rpresentatives.of M rtd will give a free concert also
I 5Tal Zone gave a tea 'at' the Gov-tnes here for the mauguration of Saturd8ay night It the National
rnoT8 Mansion yesterday after-Emma's President. Whttn.

i rrk:. in 4ha CSKIMIA At WITS J

&iAHr'v ypt nfiniLainted" tS. i Pridnt

' V,
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Visitor Will Be Fetd..

t, in ipr of Foreicn ncia-

tions A-u, o Dcyd has issued invi- J

EUet Return j i u.ii

: .. r imr. MI mr.

From Haiti ana urmea aiai iM,u.

PreMdent-Elect of the Bepubhe; Mr and Mrs Rlchafd Tenenoff
of .Panama-and Mrs. Ernesto deJ Bell. California announce the

la -ardia; Jr., reuiraea eariythirth nf a nn. Richard Lee. Sent

ay ning -r a shprti,, t '. ;


Col Edwin 0. Earl. TJSARCARIB
Signal Officer, is presentlsr attend attending
ing attending an Army-wide signal officer
conference at Fort Monmouth, N.
1 ......

The conferees will discuss Signal

fnl T.arl will als'n visit the Of

fice of the Chief Signal Officer in
Washington on behalf of USARC USARC-ARIB.
ARIB. USARC-ARIB. He is scheduled to return

turn here on Oct 2L

Mainwhile l.t Col. : James &

Branch is acting as Signal Officer

for ,the command. .

Bolivisn Vcrkcrs

iSeize Shullsred

la RazDn' H;zr

T A PAZ. Bolivia Sent 27 (UP)

Workers led by former Minis Minister
ter Minister nf Mines Juan Lechin Monday

night seized the building of the
shuttered opposition newspaper La


Tha aeiziirft followed canceua

tfnn hv tha bnvernment oi its nro-

m-am of ooliticat nacification m

toe waxe oi weexena auner
Members of. the Bolivian Work
Farfaratinn staffed a demon

stration In support of the National
m a. m BTKTT

Revolutionary Movement ian;
cmvarnment ct President Hernan

sues suazo neiore marcwuK uu .a


Tanhiii annnimned the bulldinE

"AcpnniaH aa of now" bv the fee

ratinn ha. heads, and workers 0

""""" .

iuhi tha iinnra and movea in. IjI

fe.Tnn was rinsed ADril 9. 1952 by

tha MNR government of former

Pracinanr Virtnr Pax Estenssoro.

iveiuvu .w.w-

It waa heheved tha lefleraUQh

planned to publish Its own news

paper witn l itazon s iacuiues.
The government Monday accus
ed its opponents of causing "out

rages, aeatn ana arson uu iieus
H it would be ruthless In main

fha parmhiwn Renftt leader

chareed that such an agreement

i with the Russians would be

maanlnirle.u" unless It included

the sareguaras or mspecuun wm
onntrnl ftrivneftted hV President

Eisenhower. He said Russia could

violate an agreement u aiscou
tlnue the test.



BELLA TISTA CHILDREN'S HOME Representatives of the ITaval Officers Wives Club
... 1.. -11 W .-I H .1 T1 T rl MLilj . M .

on tne racmc side oi me ustmuus iuao a, uip m mc ocu mm vuuurcu a nume, xms time
as well their regular monthly donation of sugar and fruit, they brought garbage recptacles,
push brooms, and four dozen sheets. Happily looking at the pleased children are (L to Rr
Mrs. J. E. Johnson, president of the Club Miss' Carmen Diaz, assistant housemother of the
Home, Mrs. C. L. CAtkeson, wife of the Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval District, Mrs.
W. H. Frltsch and Mrs. K. R. Roberts, welfare co-chairmen. ...h.-; s


Co. Strike Negotiators

Expecting Early Settlement

settlement were

by Earl W. Jimerson. nri.

dent, tal Patrick E. Gorman J

secretary-treasurer of the- AmsJk

er Workmen, and Ralph Helstzin,
president, and G. R. Hathaway,
se-tretary-treasorer of the United
Pi kinghouse Workers. Both arc
AFL-C10 unions, r -

The pattern settinf Armour



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Palarnal ffrandnflrpnt are Mr'

and Mrs. Austin Tenenoff of Tex Texas.
as. Texas. Maternal grandparents are Mr.

ana airs.:jLeeDeu oi caipoa,

Visitor From New Ytrk
Mr. and Mrs., Remianum of Cu Cu-ninrtn
ninrtn Cu-ninrtn pave a dinner oartv for

Mice Ann llipnnar whn i VKinntf

from New York. Misi Dienner is

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fonren oi Margarita.

Pilots And Wives Given

Farewell Dance at Washington

. A fflrawall rimnar rianna m a a

held last night at the Hotel Wash Washington
ington Washington by the Canal Zone pilots and

meir wives ior captain ana Mrs.
John Andrews, Jr.. Captain and
Mrs. Walter H. Kuhrt and Cap
tain anri Mr T.npian A Slraala

npiain Anarews was presented
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wiu an engraveu zoia waicn. cap.

tains Skeels and Kuhrt received

the traditional engravea s ni p s
ainr-k oiven to retiring pilots.

Capt. Peter W. Duncan, Toastmaa-i

ter tor tne 'evening, muo u

fiantain and Mrs: Andrews are

leaving on October 7. on the Unit

a mil s.,qmpapv oa "M1"

Andrews wiu oe on me sian oi
the 6th;Naval District. ; i; ? J

Captain and Mrs. Kuhrt will
sail on the Railroad ship on Oct
S and will make their home in Dor

set, Vermont. V ;

. Captain and Mrs. Skeels will sail
on the same ship to make their

horn in Mamson. uonnecucui.

After the dinner the guests en

joyed dancing to the music at ue

Koyal sultans orcnesira.

nrnvisiAn for JPD a ration av for

Earlier in the to" agreements as soon as possible." I workers thrown out of their job.

patterned after last night's Ar-1 The announcement was signeaoy amumanuu. r

naiaarllila Far Pllata' WIval

The Canal Zone pilots' wives en-
tartainnit with a' eocktail tiartv on

WaHnecriav evening at the Hotel

Washington for the wives of the

departing ana rearing puois.

Honor ea guests were Mrs. jonn
Anarews, Jr., whose husband has

- . . . a

CHICAGO, Mpt. lur V- agreement provlae, Jor" thre(,

. "J.. .TnFH .ornTen fflrT with 15.000 union employes: year contralt with graduated

wiw two packinghouse" u n u i o n s. John Morrell k Co., 12,000, and wage Increases totanngz cents
wiw wo piwuisuraw '" u..j.. vj iVito rnrn oer hour. The oresent basic waaa

Ln to hammering out TSSZ S The TSST the meat in,ustry is $2.14 per
uon:l5 nm mI "? c.,,i i thl nniv maw hoiHmit amonff the hour. .' Armour employs. 35.000

lammg order. The program of po- uo -.-Tfr tne meat packig workers a 37 plants.
iM..t ...iaatia aa .eaiied , ... i i The settlement with 'Armour

U,ySuotapos"ed" SruZSim the agreements.' and ft. other three packer, also
siege". Sunday to quash the 'JSwSJd fWiM nego-,the unions sa.d "local problems

in wnicn ai leasi tour ii., .,,m Arina the after, and mil contract agreemenis wiiu i

were killed, scores Injured and noon at a hotel, -t 'the companies will, be agreed on pr
hnnt 10ft arrested. 1 r-i; iManuli so snrm as nossible." '-' I W

Air Force Grounding

Order 01 B-52j
Lifisd Afl2r test

WASHINGTON, Sept.' 29 (UP)
The Air Force today lifted Its
rni,nrtin nrHpr tin RS2 intercon

tinental jet bombers which were

barred from iiying aner an acti
Hont that tnnlr five lives SeDt. 17.

The Air Force" saia maiviauai

planes will be released for flight
"after a rigid inspection." It did
nnt aav how manv of the 9 million

dollar BS2s already had passed

the' test. .:?-y :r:.;

A snnkenman said its electrical

fuel and other systems in the

giant bombers were being, given

thorough examinations.

Tha : vroiindinff oraer was an

nounctd "a s a precautionary

"You never have to call them twice
when you serve Campbell's Chicken Soup'

maaenre' nn Sent. 19. But the Air

Forci said crews were standing
by and the planes were kept ready
to fly in case of any emergency.
It maa tha ternnrl time this vear

that the Strategic Air Command's

nuuiCWO, et,. WUVJS imcvauu urn a i TTIHIII UUIUUCf Uau WCCI ivwiuvu

been Port Captain tt Cristobal pnd.f0rowLnvT an accident The planes

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Come to f;
Opposite the Ancon P.O.

ii beinff transferred to New Or

leans, Mrs. Lucien A. Skeels and
Mrs. Walter H. -Jtuhrt whose bus
bands are retiring Canal pilots.

Airs. Andrews was gmea wun a
beautiful linen luncheon set and
Mrs. Skeels and Mrs. Kuhrt re
rpivMl Armv and I'aw clothes.

I uuuwiuk UlE cuL'aiau pan;, uie
ladies ioined their husbands for

a dinner dance wnicn was siven

by the pilots -for the departing

guests. .


were ordered out of the air fori

several days last February aner,
a crash in which four crew mem i

bers died.

, The cause of the February acci accident
dent accident was traced to a faulty part
neul tk aarrv nnwer front an

u.i.u v -.. j r .... t

eneine to the plane s electrical

system. : f -' ,.
The Air Force said that investi.
satinn nf tha Sent. 17 accident.

near Madera, Calif., is continuing

"and tunner unaiysis oi uie t
nl ha narpftsnrv before a

final conclusion can be reached,"

The trt,s
In th iaue...


and the sauc

is Campbell's



l ruin.n.UYll ; .. . Ji" t.

YoqTI love the
rich lauce th live lively
ly lively flavor of; eaca
plump, tender bean.
Serve it aoont

CEANSano fork

Real Cows!
When you usc
.AVOSET, you're-
v using real cream
from fine

. oairy herds, ;
sterilized to
stay sweet

for months. -.
N whips fast, i

. t stays whipped

for houtvand

it's always

: III :

Ki'-wV-'Vrfe' W:s;;ii...:;K;ijf ;:i;-tif: j-iKvS,(-.. i

. ' ttn -..v.... i- i fc .fc i .in """"' "" "l
' .... .... '. : i Ji :'.

healthful, safe

tnd delicious.

' sterilized


01 Qi

With rici

It's chicken through and
through! The broth fairly
eams with the goodness, of
plump, full-breasted chickens 1
... the fluffy white rice is steeped r
with'lively chicken flavor ...and
plenty of tender pieces of chick-
en are added.
7 Serve Campbeirs Chicken
Squp for lunch today-and be
sure to keep several extra cans
on your wSoup Shelf." k ;

""iv Va



lltvr low prices

I '.. 1 : ' T"


tessay, stFTnisra ?, is:


nut FITS

H i ij, ft'))

:;api jolio
,c 15c.
- Also:

T I V 0 L I -25c.
i 15c.
- Also:

William Holden Kiin Novak
- in -PICNIC
in Cinemascope and Color!
- Also: -Paul
Douglas Ruth' Roman
- In





- Also:
Nifht Holds Terror
- and 1
Affair in Trinidad

15c. 1

Trail To Abilene-


Social and Otli


Milt Shirley Keeper! Te Be
..11. j vuarthw Advuar

AI.5S Shirley Keeper of Gatun
-;u h installed Worthy Advisor

of Cristobal Assembly. No. 2, Or Or-:
: Or-: j.. v.inhnw for Girls, at an

cpok installation orofficen i to be
he.d this evening at the Cmtob.1,

liasoruc Tempie : f TfTT''
Mill NellleV Holgetioh P..A.,
; j b.ik. h trfstaliinz offi-

Gatun Union Church will be the

Guest speaker.

s -1 n m,r it a r e n t and

friend, of Rainbow are bnJw
jj.ii,. tn- illfnd. Retresli-

... . a i- tko hall.

ments win oe, serve -uet
hall follows the xnstaUation


Linarat-da la Guardia
Cnunla Fatad Bv Friend

Miss Anaiine unares, w n 0 e
marriage to Kuben de 1a uuaraia
takes place tomorrow, was guet

of honor at a stiver qouar saower,
given at the home of Mrs- jaru



by Erskint Johnson




HOLLYWOOD (NEA) in three bedrooms and a den.

Look. Ma. No Studio! The home "We won't knock down a single 1

( pmi m i. aiiwriT' u u . .n i :j .... j .r.ii

rfVemoon' Ce-hosses wita lu I wnK Bverley Hills where most repaper every room before we
aiiernoon. co-nosiesses wua "!' ,. "1 ft ant m atart

Vauarino were the Aiisses Irene u.r .k wCl

anij.Hn anrt Maria kiena Nava V rup cuuyuiw,


But it's a sUchllyl "How about S150 for eleht davs

' Jimr.pnln!.ial rfn-it-voursplf stunt of shoolins'" said Art. The land-

ON THE PORCH AT GOVERNOR'S MANSION-Some of the guests, who attended a "get acquainted" tea given by UfS, W.
E. Potter, wife of the Governor of the Canal Zone, chat on the porch of the Governor's House at Balboa Heights.

iuiss Linares and her 'fiance

were guests of honor' at a dinner

given oy Mr. and Mrs. jux u ta
Viuaidia auu mr. Jose Kuuuito Ue
la Guardia at the latter' home,
early this week. '-,

Last evening Mr. and Mrs. bu

st that. v ; Uora said okay.

A fallow and his. wife are maM A couple of Cadillacs, an auto-1
ins a full-length' feature movie in mobile showroom and a garage
tnt r Ihrae bedrooms, two baths figure in the plot. The thrifty

and a den near famous Wilshire napoleons alved that problem

avl. casung bod xeaKei, a tocat sec-1 t a r

They're not only using their, ond-nano cad dealer, as, himself, m ytn 111 n.rnprnv

ng. ine m

Puerto Rico To Be

K One 01 Pioneers

CclTiuM. :
1 m- fU atlantlc

1 Winners Of Atlantic

The Atlantic Bridge Club play play-id
id play-id their regular weekly .."
iMnndav venin- tt the Margarita

''Service Center and 4 after a re re-check
check re-check of scores determined the
.11 n Ma's PJArth snn

South, first, Mr. E.- W., Mills

aecond. Mr. Wally Gibson b
r Tniint Loeb and third, Mf.

Herbert Delgado with MrAugus-

t vm. East ana wesi, t

u.i a Rnnrnnmet ith Mrs

Stanley 'Guest; second, Mrs. 'Ju 'Julius
lius 'Julius Loeb with Mrs. Hayden Jones

and third, itr. ano Jt -bright.


c.infrJr .rt.inid "a bon.e for the film but everything He geU the free advertising. The'
!h? homa m honor Tin. s. lU-uicluding new drape and' Napoleon get the use of his Cads,
!e-m 01 I bedspreads w5ey made fo.- the and his garage. Also one of those

ed coupie.

Nayv Wives Entertain
facitntt At Gorgts '
'ine iavy wives Club, 15th

vai Uisuict, emertameu tne



ja a aaar a M W .. 1 Ml T

kJ,nna marl, frt. th nH hi aaroa AleA nna Af thnca dAIN JUA1N. T. K.. SCPl. at

iMiiii .nil thalr two ions. 4- motorcycles used for car-towins-J Gov. Luis MunoZ Marin said UW

vear-old Jeffrey and 6-year-old' The shabby exterior of anotherday. that Puerto Rico, aided by the

Josh. Every day costar Mala home in the film posed a rental
Powers ar.1 Jim Best and a crew fee problem but the' Napoleons
of 48 cameramen, assistants, car-! got lucky. They p 1 c k e d out a



tinu tn ued crosT keXatio" te", prop men and erectri- home on North' Broadway ir
Room .Tcor. 115 on tioS tr00P lnto HoUywood's od- Angles and a k e d the ov
ria g p i ,dest "studio" -to resemble a mob how much. Laugh Jo:


"Ho turned out to bo a Liber-

ny- 1 : in Ulrnhnne onth

-rd 14 hit the iackoot. claiminii .rrr t "'Tj

U the wamers: Koy Knigni, M Ynk TV Director and lot w have
sgt. John hinriens, St-3 Seoi-on fISS&JMi M hm fcr no,hin
Andrews. A2-C t ranciso Kodrnuei nls ,wlfe' Jo',:nm! !!slsi if w got him an awtgraphed

and Norwegian t.eaman 'n J" J Mister. I ot that

aerseil. .M,;a4 VAtoran Prnrliifor Snl!

Ill U V lc AUt u awuww

ine. hospital committee was ?L f";""""..:

..... .. if .i. i Lesser is uiv mou tvavu miwmv.

hospal chman, MrsNorm.,.

ver. -tf - . lor Lfis mm .dui me lwd iiuie

photo real quick.

Mala and Jim Best who?

finished a movie at MGM,



-a . a.

Bowman ana no, uiona wiuiw,-,-,:-. wh( threat-

prize were touei f V ens the lives of Jt housewife and
ettes, pencUs, and keyrmgs. Deli- tw0 children. t v d
cio. punch, tollhouse cookies and' Art's the wriUr-producor-diroe-1

1 ii-i

810 kci., Panama Gty
' Tiephont 2-3068

'luu.Jy, Sett. 21

4:00-Featur Review -
i.n urhat'i Your FaVOHtt (rB

quests taken

tui v.wi

.OU Al"3 aa 4
1:35 What's Your Ftvoiltt
.- '" nnntM '

00-rAUen jackson: ,? Commen

T' imi!W tpabst BeerV

:30-Telephone Hour 1WRULV

, 7:00 uooa suuw
1:30 VOA Repdrt Trom U-5.
$:00-Elizabethaw Theater,
8:30-Take It From Here
a.nn irii Aste'd For: It. (re'

' nuests taken by pnone

10:30 Music From Hotel El Pan Pan-.
. Pan-. ama
aft.jt .Tamnta Of Dream

11:00 Concert lWd ;Tt Stars

12:00 Sign uu-
Tomerrew, Friday; Sept. It

cupcakes were served.


i far. Jo'a the wrlter-aasociate-nre-

! dueer-bra vost-housowifo m the'

. at t a a a.

for the film but the two little
Napoleon are working for scale
around S280 a week. "When I

first asked them what their sal

aries would be." Art crmned.

"they thought it over and decided

t:0O Sign On Alarm Clock
. Club (requests taken
by phone till 1:00)
1 :3tCMornlng. salon, fconcert
t:15 Church In The WUdwood
:30 Musical Reveille
t:00 New
:1S Sacred Heart1
:30 Paris Star Time
... (Pntfnt and Odorono i '.

10:05 Spina and Needle (re (re-ouests
ouests (re-ouests taken by

,. -phone till t:30'-v
11 -no Km?

II :05 Spin And t f 4 I
11:30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 New
12:05 Luncheon Music
. ,,CAIi (Nescafe) .
12:30-Sweet And Hot
1:00-New :
1:15 Music Of Manhattan .
1:30 Sons Of The Pioneeri
1:45 songs of Franc
2 00 Tex Beneke Show
1:15 Freddy Martin Show

ftTho vtreinian

i i nnHank Snow And Hi

. Rainbow Ranch Boy

3:30 Music For Friday
a-nnFeature Review ;

4:30-What' Your Favorite ( (-.
. (-. ouests taken by, phone

tiU 3:00)

A 1:35 What' Your F x 1 1 e

. (cont'd
t:00 Allen jackson commen commen-i
i commen-i tanr (WRUL) 1


REVIEW (Pabst Beer)

4:30 Ton Tunes of the week

(WRUL) '
1:00 Thirty Minut Theater
7:30 VOA Report From UA
8:00 Music By Roth .

1 1:30 Short Story Theater i
:00 You Asked For It re re--
- re-- quests taken by phone
till 7r30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
H:C0-Jaz2 TIU Midnight"
12:03 Sign Off.

- Eich aeHet Uf incluiioa l ibis
column should be submitted 1"
ryM-writtoa form and mailad lo one
l tha boa aombors fitted daily in
'"Social and Othcrwlio," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hind fo the office. Notices of
mtttiitfi cannot be accepted by
telephone. ....

Rosary Altar Society
Mal Tnnitht

The .Rosary. Altar, socieiy

Tneetlns-. which was nostponea

from Tuesday, win ne new ai
7:30 p.m. t6day In Commu Community
nity Community Hallof the S-. id Heart
Chapel In Ancon. v
Following an Important busi business
ness business meeting, refreshment will

be served by Mr. Molly Eamona Eamona-son.
son. Eamona-son. Mrs. Margaret Hern, Mrs.
Julieta Burda and Mrs. Cather Catherine
ine Catherine Filo.,
Atlantic Music Club
? Members of the Atlantic Mu Music
sic Music Club are reminded of the
meeting to be held this evening
at 1:30 o'clock at the home of
Mrs. O. E." Jorstad, House No.
8559 Cedro Place In Margarita.
Ladies Auxiliary of Paralso
Meets Tonight y
The LhdLes Auxiliary of paral paralso
so paralso Mutual Aid will convene in
the meeting room of the service
center tonight at 7:30.
All members are asked to at

tend as the meeting is a special


aueer-Brovou-ui.w.T.:r , ,0 would v. Just dtd

U.S. The Napoleons, whorwrote Vic
n turning her horn .intea movie' Matu te9t .. shark
tJt iTaVk tJchool f Fishers" rehearsed their cast at
two sons. wont back to school. h ., wp.k ...... mtarnng

i urn as uo aaysi- lctual shooUne and Jo cooked

UlAII fiVVVVV. mtv T-a

script around everytnmg in

--bedspread Art ehung the

of almost overv-

Tho first aeon was

ruined by the ringing of their Hie-

,o they had to face the landlord 'I ZJhZ Znt tlZ7
with th idea of making a J Zv. omeZ.

United States,-will be one of pio

neers in the use of Atomic &ner
gy for peaceful purposes.

The coventor's' statement was

made after Dr. Milton Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower announced in Washington that
the U.S. Atomic Energy Commis Commission
sion Commission will assist the university of
Puerto Rico in setting uo a 20,000

kilowatt nuclear power plant and

in carrying out a program tor tne
training of nuclear technicians.

''It is characteristically gener

ous that the United States govern government
ment government wants the people of Puerto

Rico to benelit from this exiraor

dinary measure and to offer all

American Republics the advantag

es accruing from research and ap application
plication application in Puerto Rico -of. the use
of Atomic Energy for peaceful

purposes, Munoz said.

'y -t

"We shall break ground in the

field of Atomic Energy which

promises incalculable benefits to

ndustrial development, p u b 1 i c

health and general welfare," he

added. -

'We shall again place our expe

rience at the service of all the

peoples of the Americas and of the


Stock Cor Racer
Helps Deliver Son
GRAND- RAPIDS. Mich. Sept. tt
inxtt ; n... tj. i.

Next Sunday afternoon at 4 o- sident of the Union Church of the

clock the members and friends of Canal Zone, whose component con-!wu-eg' fjr.t cb)id today desoite the
the Margarita Union Church will gregations are the Union Churches fact ne couit see what he was
a!I iaai la m jnr)iAiitlfn tW rt D a IK A C n m Ua a k(iih anil .

Margarita Union Church Dedicates
New Sanctuary Sunday At 4 P.M.

Sojonrners Will Meet

At Braxos Brook

The Sojourners will meet this

evening at the Brazos Brook
Country Club for cocktails am
6:30 o'clock to be followed with
dinner at 7:15.
The speaker for the evening
will be an official from the Free
Zone in Colon who will talk on
the interesting operations of

tne Free zone. i

Fourth Degree K. of C. :
Meeting Tomorrow

Membzers or uie Arcnmsnop
Malztegui General Asse m b 1 y
Fourth Degree KnlghU of Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus will hold their regular

monthly business meeting to

morrow evening at 7:45 ociocx
in the home of Balboa Council
No. 1371 on Balboa Road.
Those who wish to attend the
dinner preceding the meeting
will meet, at the Albrook AFB Of Officers
ficers Officers Club at 6:15 p.m. Anyone
requiring transportation to the
Officers Club will please be. at
the columbus Club in Balboa not
later than 6 p m.
Paralse Civic Council
Maetine " 1 1

The Paraiso Civic -Council will

hold a special meeting in t h e
Paraiso High School music room
tomorrow evening at 7:30 p, m.
At this meeting the report of the
nominating committee will b e
dealt with. Membera of the com community'
munity' community' are requested to attend
this meeting. .
Patricia Jackson, 1 22, of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, had almost succeeded in
Dushine her sUlled ear from a

railroad track near Rosebush,
Mich.,; when she got a powerful
assist. Just as Miss Jackson's
muscles were about to give out,
a freight train : came along and
finished the job, bumping the ear
off the right-of-way jind causing
$100 in damage..


Iwi L .J L v

NFW vnpir: Kent. 27 (UP1

FBI aeents today arrested three

men accused or bilking a souin
American bank of more than
half million dollars. ( ,j

Arrestee ana cnargea wun
violating the BUI of Lading Act

were Drying Betheil, 38. Mount
Vernon. N.J.; Irvine Baum. 28.

New York, and Alberto Nahmad,
27, of Rio de Janeiro.

James J. Kelly, special agent
in charge of the FBI's New York
office, said the three set up a
complicated International finan

cial scneme to draw money irom

a bank in Argentina, neiiy saia

the scheme worked this way: x
. When bills of lading and other
documents were presented to the
South American bank's corres

ponding banks in New York,
money was paid to representa representatives
tives representatives of a New York City -export

company for merchandise sup

posedly shipped .to South Amer America.
ica. America. The alleged plotters began us

lng phony rubber stamps to

forge bills of lading. Tho South
American bank realized that It
was being victimized when ficti

cious cargoes or synmeuc ruooer
and chemicals failed to appear

at their South American destl
nation. Kelly said.

It fonnd guilty the men could

receive five-year prison terms,

or a 15UQQ line or both.

takes tho receiver off the hook

every time the camera turns. Art

didn't want tho phone disconnect

ed became, ho says, "Someone

might be calling to buy on ofi
our other scripts. So wo just give

'em tho busy signal for
minutes.", v ,!....;

And busy is -the word for the

Napoleon home right, now.


Ci:rr.:ss XI tm

Ccr.sisl China

To Leave Border

RANGOON. Burma, Sept. 27 -I

(UP) Premier Ba Swe warned

today that Burma will consider

"other means" if communist
China cannot be persuaded peace

fully to withdraw thousands of

invading" ; troops from ; disputed

border areas. V--i

Ba's remarks to a group of

army officers were the strongest

comment any Burmese official

has made in the controversy with

the Communists.

"We cannot decide the issue hotf

headedly," the Premier said. "We

J:-$ 0::n To Lccel

lb-US (ilizens

the new sanctuary. This will mark Margarita.

anotner : muesione ior cumi-n
that has grown continousuly with
the Atlantic townsite.

In Februarv of 1948 a survey

revealed that over one hundred
families aered to support a

Union Church. Delegations meet

ing with the General Council of tne
Union Church of the Canal Zone
arranged to organize the Marga Margarita.
rita. Margarita. 1

Successively the new congrega

tion built the parsonage in 1950;

the educational building, (which
since its dedication has served as
worship center) in 1952, and now

the new sanctuary to oe dedicat

ed next bunday.
A reception in the church par

lors will follow the dedicatory,

service. To this as well as to all

the services of the day friends of

the church are cordially invited.
V The Rev. Paul 11. W. Olander
became the pastor in November
1954. during his pastorate the
number of families served by the
church continued to increase, cal calling
ling calling for room for expansion.
Prior to the dedication of the

sanctuary next Sunday afternoon
two services will be celebrated in
it during the morning. The prbmo-

tion exercises bf the Sunday schol

at 9:45 will oe followed by the wor

ship service at 11 a. nft Rev Olan

der has announced that friends of

the Church are welcome at all of

Sunday's services.

The building committee is com composed
posed composed of W, B. Middlemas, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Mrs. Harry F. Butz; Mrs.
Jojn Hall; Carl R. Newhard; Au August
gust August R. Campbell; -Charles Carl Carlson;
son; Carlson; Ewald A. Wiberg; Bruce G.
Sanders, Jr.; L. C. Palumbo;

carl F. Maedl; W.. B. Gilley: N.

E. Gibson; MurreJ L. Dodd; and

u. jorstaa.

Haan helped, his wife elve birth

of their first son after it became

too late to. take, .her to the hos hospital
pital hospital or for. their .doctor to ge to
their home.. Just. as. he began the
delivery, a .power, failuri blacked
out the Haan. home. ...
The power came back on Just
after the '9-pound baby was born,
and Haan's family doctor said
both the mother and baby are
"doing line;;

Two vacant meteorological aid

positions (weather observers
are- available at Albrook Air
Force Base for non-U.S. citizens,
it was announced today.

Applicants must have a year
eeneral experience in a field or

physical science, engineering, or
technology in laboratory, plant,
or field operations tending to

give a knowledge of scientific

instruments taking and record

ing ooservation data, or compu computations
tations computations Involving high school or

nigner matnematics. :

Four years of senior high

school including three units of

mathematics or physical scienc

es (other than general science)

or a-combination thereof may

be substituted for one year gen general
eral general experience, the announce
ment said.- '

Olander will lead his congrega

tion in the dedicatory Litany at

the 4 P. m. service of dedication.

and Dr. Bobbins W. Barstow of

New York will preach the sermon.
Other takine nart are: The Rev

Louis' M. Fiske superintendent of

the Methodist Mission of Panama;

the Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, pastor

of the Balboa union Church; the

Rev. Ray Blakely, pastor of the
Gatun Union Church; Dr. Walker

m. Aiderton, pastor of the uamboa

Union Church;-Chaplain Marshall

Brenneman of Coco Solo; and the

Hev. Samuel-Walden, representing
Council,- The choir of the church is

under the direction of O. E. Jor-

stad with Mrs. C. J. Gems as or organist.
ganist. organist. .Gary. .Irving will be the

acolyte. - -

Bruce G. Sanders Jr. is the pre

Several clerk stenographer

land clerk-typist positions for

sniMt search with nol heads forinon-U.S. citizens will become

solution to teach problem as it vacant In the near future. The

arises. minimum quaiuicauon require-
."Onlv when we have exhausted I menta for the clerk-typist post

every eitort to una a peacerui tions are 45 words per minute m
solution must we turn to other, typing and 80 words per minute
means." ' l-fni" aVinrthand

stationing of Communist.

Annllrantu must he abl to

speak, read, and write the Eng
lish language fluently. Applica
tionn should be made on Stand

ard Form 60 "Application for

Federal E m pToyment (Short

Form)," 'whlcH may be obtained

from the guard at the main en entrance
trance entrance to 'Albrook Air Force
Base, and' are 'to be completed
and returned to him. Qualified
applicants will be contacted by

'telephone or mail by tne civil civilian
ian civilian personnel office."



troops in J. least two 'border!

areas, claimed by Burma is the
latest of a series of conflicts that
have confronted thia country since
Britain made it independent after
Worll War II.

Guerrilla fighting' against rebel

lious natives has been 'going on
almost continuously, and for years

The Burma had trouble with thousands

of. Chinese Nationalist troops who
fled across the border when the
Reds overran their country.
Most of the Nationalists have
now been evacuated to Formosa,

OMAHA, Neb. (UP)

33 firms making up the Nebraska-

Iowa Home improvement Con

tractors Assn. are forming a com

mittee to light Tjait advertising"
and other' unethical practices in

their trade. The group has enlisted1 and Ba told the officers today the
support of the Better Business; rebels sre in the "last stages of




Showing At Your Service Center, Theat res Tonight
BALBOA 6:15 810 diablo hts. :is 7:45
Aironditioned Shrldan
I .1 i i i 1 "Appointment in Honduras"
Ii Frl. "Man From Cairo"
' i a
GATUN 7:00 -"I
Cover The Underworld"
FrL "A Man Alone"
It AIM MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
il Linda DarnaU
i a I Dan Duryea
ffm rfCr2 FrL "Underwater" j
I"" ,m CRISTOBAL 6:15 1:05
UtVV VSlfi& Air-Condltioned
' f tJtl7r Robert Donat
I i CtbrifKUnt "WINSLOW BOY"
J j OaasaScSft I FrL-Th-nder Over The
Fri. "Battle Stations" "BROKEN STAR"
SANTA CRUZ 6:13 7:50 CAMP BIERD 6:13 7:15,
"Down Three Park Streets" "PIER 23"

:60c. TODAY 30c.
m Technicolor)
. ' Susan Hayward In
Robert Taylor In ;






TODAY e -35-20
JULIA RIVAS and Her Ballet Troupe ;


and featuring





. r On The Screen: From 5:30 p.m. ; -AFFAIR
IN TRINIDAD with 'Rita Haywortrr
... NIGHT HOLDS TERRoKVith Jack Kelley


t it
mttrt af

' The Juices of 6 different!, tardea.'
freah veetablet are blended into
thia famotii drink.. Youngrter love
fei lively flavor, and thrive, on its

. vitamia-packed
goodnea. At meal mealtime
time mealtime or between
eiaalt V-8 (ivei
i them the refreih refreih-'
' refreih-' anent they want,
. and the nourlth nourlth-icnt
icnt nourlth-icnt they need.

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irrrits3AT, smnnrr? 2:, f

011 MatMieson Leads Canadian- Club


A 4

Stirewalt Turns In
Best Low Net Score

Don Mathieson, with a gross score of 74, took
the lead in the first round of the Canadian Club
Tournament comprising 72 holes medal play at the
Brazos Brook Country Club.

' Mer French, with a gross
score of 76, Is in second place.,
' Low net score was fired by F.
Stirewalt who shot t cross 81
and his 11 handicap allowance
resulted In a neat 70. ;
He was followed by Pete Cahlll
and D. McDermout who had net
scores of 71.
vOther net scores were as fol follows:
lows: follows:

Brown .....
' Kandrin .
Dr. Papio
, Compton ..
Roth ......
M Dave Bell
', Hause ,. ...
1 Kenway-
""Dr, Prier ..
- Zazzall ...i
, -Toledano ..
r Eder ......
? Nelson ....
(.v Meisinger .
Sullivan ...
Dr. Nunez
Cross ......

......... 73
......... 77
......... 78

Bob Leigh, representatives of
the Henriquez Co, local agents
of. Canadian Club, ethically had
the highest qualifying score
with an 89.
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There were many other entries
.who found the Brazos Brook
jungle too much for them and
were forced to withdraw.

Awards Presentation

Held For Gatun Pool
Swimming Winners

Presentation of awards for the
iiiinun nf th Atlantic side sum

mer recreational swimming pro

gram was held at uaiun uymna-M

smm. ,
The nrirp were awarded bv Re

presentatives of the sponsors of

me program, i-nanes uaui, mui mui-garita
garita mui-garita Kecreational Ass.; Mike La La-r.rnir
r.rnir La-r.rnir Flke lMee. 1542: and Bob

Thomas of the Gatun Civic Coun

Six weekly swimming meets
were held at the Gatun pool dur dur-ine
ine dur-ine the summer program. Winners

were determined by the point sys

tem 5 points for each first place,
1 points for each second place
and 1 point for each third place.
67 children competed in the vari
ous age groups. ;
naficl,mjnta uAr.a nerved fol

lowing the presentation of awards

nciiy uunnmg' oi uie uepnu uepnu-ment
ment uepnu-ment of Physical Education and
Recreation directed the program
TjiKttif vnuncro hrnthpr fif half

back Dick Darling, is trying put
for the freshman squad at Norfl
Carolina, which may mean a
brother duo on the "varsity n ext
year. ...

Mich. State
1-2 In Ratings
NKW YORK fUPV- Oklahoma

and Michigan State were picked
1-2 today in the first weekly 1956
college football ratings of the Unit United
ed United Press Board of Coaches even

though they have yet to pass, punt
or pack a ball in actual compe competition.
tition. competition. '.
Strictly on the strength of their
tremendous potential, the Sooners
and Spartans were chosen ahead
of Georgia Tech and Texas Chris Christian
tian Christian which opened their seasons
with impressive victories last
The 35 leading coaches who
make up the United Press Rating

Board selected Uiuo state, boutn boutn-era
era boutn-era California, Southern Metho

dist; Michigan, Pittsburgh and
Syracuse to complete the ton 10

I teams in that order Of this group,

Ohio State and Michigan are not
due to start their season until next
Saturday. ';
' Twenty one of the 35 coaches,
whose weekly ratings have be become
come become accepted as the most au authoritative
thoritative authoritative standings of the na nation's
tion's nation's teams, picked Coach Bud
Wilkinson's Sooners tops. Five

made Michigan State their No. 1
pick, five others voted for fJiird fJiird-ranked
ranked fJiird-ranked -.Georgia-' Tech; while
fourth-ranked TCU, sixth ranked
Southern California, eighth-ranked
Michigan and lOlh-ranked Syra

cuse each was the top choice of

one coach, j
Oklahoma and Michigan State
finished 1-2 in last season's nation

al rankings and justified the honor
with victories in the Orange' and
Rose Bowls, respectively. The
Sooners open their season Satur Saturday
day Saturday at home against North Caro Carolina';
lina'; Carolina'; Michigan State travels to the
West Coast to play Stanford.
Besides Oklahoma and Michigan

State, the teams among last sea-!

son s 1 unar top 10 were Texas
Christian, Ohio State and Georgia
Tech. :

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Brooklyn 110 001 0003 5 :

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PRIZE WINNINO SWIMMERS Boys 10 tt under, (left to right), Henry Shirk -1st place,
Stewart Brown 2nd place, John Vaucher 3rd, Gregory Hakanson 4th place, Jim Ebdon 5th
place winners of the Atlantic side summer recreational swimming program.




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In The Majors

on 375 official at bats)


Player, Clnb g ab r h pet

Aaron, Mil. 150 596 108 194 .326
Virdop, Pitt. 154 568 78 181 .320
Musial, St It. 153 583 85 183 .314

Clemente, P. 144 530 66 164 J09
S'dlenst, N.Y. 129 476 60 146 .307


Mantle, N.Y, 147 528 131 187 .354

WllUams, B. 133 391 71 137 J50

Maxwell, D. 138 487 97 161 .331

Kuenn, Det. 143 579 92 191 .330

Nieman, Bal. 128 428 63 137 .320

Mantle, Yanks k, '51
Snider, Dodgers ......... 41
Robinson, Redlegi 38
Adcock, Braves ......... 37
Mays, Giants ........... 36
Mathews, Braves 36
Post, Redlegs ........... 36
Mantle, Yanks 127
Kallne, Tigers 124
Musial, cards ......... 109
Simpson. Athletics 106
Wertz, Indians 106
Mantle, Yankees 131
Robinson, Redlegs .... 120
Snider, Dodgers ....... 109
Aaron, Braves ......... 106
Fox, White Sox ........ 106

Aaron, Braves .........
Kuenn, Tigers .........
Fox, White Sox .......
Kallne, Tigers
Mantle, Yanks ........
Ashburn, Phils ........



NEW' YORK, Sept. 27 (UP)
Fred Haney says the Braves will

clinch by Sunday, .wait Alston
says the Dodgers will battle
their way into a playoff and
Casey Siengel says "C'mon any anybody,'
body,' anybody,' because his Yankees are
restless and eager to get the
World Series started. ; ;f

All clubs in the majors had, an

off-day today and no one was

enjoying1 It more tnan Haney,
whose Braves boast a, full game
lead with only three left to

play. ' -'i iv. : ;"-;

"We're eoint tti w!h it by Sun

day," beamed the little Milwau
kee skipper. "WeTe not going to

It was Haney'. frn real snow

of confidence in two weeks

and the big factor behind that

optimism wag rouaaeipnia a

7-3 victory over Brooklyn at

Ebbet Field yesterday. Even

with the setback. thourn.-

though, there was ne all-is-,

lost attitude by, Alston. -,

Reckoning Milwaukee's final

three game with St. Louis and

his own dub's last tnree games
with Pittsburgh,; tn Dodger pi

lot declared: ,

"We'll win three from the pi

rates, the Braves will lose one to
the Cards and the season will
open here all over again next

Monday." i ,-. .:

He means a playofi, son yon

know one of those best two-out-

of-three deals that decides the

whole box of biscuits.

Robin Roberts, who racked un

his 19th victory, was the one who

did the Dodgers dirt yesterday

even though he was tagged for a
pair of homers by Duke Snider.

Roberts limited Brooklyn to five

hits and the Phils Jumped in
front to stay when a second-Inning
error by left-fielder Sandy

Amoros paved the way for three

a 1-0 decision to the Baltimore

Orioles yesterday.

Ford struck out seven and

walked only two as he was
thwarted in his effort to win 20
games. Baltimore's lone run

came in the third on singles by

. 91 6
. 9 61
89 63
. 74 77
. 78 81
:M 83
. 65 86
. CO 92

ret. GB
396 1
.586 2V
.490 17
464 21
.437 23
.430 26
495 314

AmcricLi Lc:;:d


Teams .' W L trt. GH

New York V' 96 55 .636
Cleveland 87 64 J76
Chicago V 84 u7 J56 12

Boston . 82 69 Mi 14
Detroit ,,M Stf 71 .J30 16
Baltimore TV 67 84 .444 M

Washington 58 93 iU 38

nansas City 50 101 J3146

Open Date

U-,. Open Date.,.v:
TKSTKKIf WH icrstilTl

New York ; 000 000 000 4.
Balt'mote 001 060 00s 1

Ford (19-6) and Berra.
Beamon (1-0) and Triandos.
(Night : Game ; 'i WcM ;

Kansas City 100 003 000-4 -7 1
Cleveland 103 210 lOx 8 8 0

Ditmar (12-22), Barnette, Her.
rlage, Harrington and Smith. 7

score (20-9) and Began.
Chicago' 000 000 0101 3
Detroit 020 200 OOx 4 7 1
Harshman (15-11), Howell and
Foytack (15-13) and Wilson. V

Cincinnati (NEA) The most w .

popular victory total for National Washington 201 000 1004 6

League pennant winners since the Boston 400 02101x 8 12 2
trun of the century has been 38. Abernathy (1-2), Byerly and
the rumber of triumphs registered Berberet, FitrGerald.
by' the winner six times. Sullivan (14-7) and While,

St. L. 100 010 000 000 02 13 1

Chlca. 000 020 000 000 13 3 0

Dickson (13-11) and Smith.
Davis, Hacker, Brosnan (5-9)

and Chitl

Only games scheduled.


runs off loser Don Newcombe. .1 Tito Francona' and Bob Nieman

Del Ennls homered in the

third and Philadelphia added
three more runs in the seventh
on singles by Stan .Lopaia and
Ennls, a misguided -throw by
Amoros, plus a single by- Willie
joneg and a double by Elmer
ValO. A- Vt-
When the shooting resumes to-,
morrow, Baney will send either
Bob Buhl. (18-8) or Lew Burdette

(18-10) against Tom Fonoisicy
(9-14) of the cardinals in St.

Louis. Haney appeared to be

leaning toward Buhl, especially

since Burdette hasnit woat a

game since Sept 8. : r. : i
Roger Cralr (12-11) already v
has been named as Alston's
choice against Bob Friend (17-,
16) of the Pirates. Friend de defeated
feated defeated Uie Dodgers, 6-5, In a
game that knocked the Brooks
out ef first place last Monday
but Alston insisted, "He does
not worry us."

While Haney and Wilson were
laying last-ditch pennant plans,

Stengel and bis Yankees were
hoping they would hurry and get
it over with so that they, them themselves,
selves, themselves, dont lose their edge
standing around during a pos

sible pennant piayon.
Stengel's starter for the open'

tag game of the World Series,
southpaw Whltey Ford, looked
sharp even though he dropped

Fraleys Weekend

Football Winners


Also: Purdue over Missouri
Wisconsin over Marquette. North

NEW YORK (UP) Fraleys western over Iowa State, Colorado
dollies and the weekend football over Kansas State, Tulsa over Cin
"winners" plus a few added clnnati, Kansas over COP and De-

comments on the still simmering troit over viiianova.

and Ford's wild pitch. Rookie

Charlie Beamon, pitching in his
first' big league game, tossed a

iour-hltter at the Yankees ana
struck out nine. Mickey Mantle
appeared only as a pinch hitter
In the seventh and filed out as
his average dropped a point to

Left-hander Herb Score be

came Cleveland's third 20-game

winner of the season by beating

Kansas city, 8-4, with a seven seven-hit
hit seven-hit effort.' Score, who Joined
teammates Bob- Lemon and Ear Early
ly Early Wynn in the 20-game group,
struck out 12 to give him a sea season
son season total of 263 strikeouts, 18

more tnan last year. Vic Wertz,
with four doubles and a single,

led Cleveland's eight-hit offen offensive.',.
sive.',. offensive.',. v ;::; w;.".:-., j :;V:v,v

Paul Foytack, Detroit's pitch pitching
ing pitching "find" of the year, fired a
three-hitter in beating Chica-'
go, 4-1, for his 15th v'ctory.'
Larry Doby's 23rd homer in
the eighth was the only run
he permitted. Bill Tuttle hit a
two-run homer off loser Jack
Harshman.t t
Th Red Sox handed the Sen-

tors their Uth straight loss, 8-4,

as Ted Williams collected a dou

ble and a triple In four official
times up to raise his average to

.3503. Franc suuivan tossed a
six-hitter for his 14th victory

while Ted Abernathy wax the

loser. .

In th only other eame sched

uled, Solly Drake singled home

Gene Bauer rrom third base with
two out In the 13th Inning to
give the Cubs a 3-2 decision over

the Cardinals. Murry Dickson

allowed only three hits in 12 in

nings before Baker opened the
13th with a double and moved
up on a sacrifice. Jim Brosnan

picked up his fifth triumph in


Amoros, Hero Of '55 "Series,

Under Fire As Goat' Today

BROOKLYN," N.Y., Sept. 27
(UP) Sandy Amoros, whose
great : catch saved the 1955
World Seriei for the Brooklyn
Dodeers. was under fire today as

the "goat" who may have lost

the 1956 pennant for them.

And it couldn't be mucn soi

ace to the little outfielder from
Matanzas, Cuba, that manager
Walt Alston "is sticking with

him because anybody Is entitled
to a bad day." For Sandy was
guilty of four bad plays during

yesteraays 7-3 loss to tne rnu

adeiphia Phillies ana his own
teammates mad no bones about

referring to them. i

There was lust ne excuse

for it,", barked Jackie Robin

son. referrinc to Amoros' fail

ure to charge Del Ennls' sev

enth-inning single. "If he'd
have made one move toward
charging the ball no runner In
the game would have tried for
an extra base."
- Stan Lopata had bounced i

hit off Robinson's glove at third

base with two out ana Ennis

followed with his hit to left

field. Lopata, noticing that

Amoros was notl charging the
ball, raced for third and made

it when Sandy's throw was poor.

The Phillies went on from there

to score tnree runs ana iurn a

tight 4-3 game into a breeze for

Room Roberts. .. j

(Based on 16 Decisions)

W L Pet

Newcombe. Dodgers ..26 7 ,.788

Ford. Yanks -..,.,,,.19 6 .760
Freeman. Redlegs ...13 5 .722
Maglie, Dodgers 12 5 .705

Buhl, Braves ........18
Hurricane Jackson
Cops Split Decision
Over Bio Bob Baker

PITSBURGH, Sept. 2? (UP)
Heavyweight e o n t ender
Tommy "Hurricane" Jackson,
195, last night repeated his
split decision victory over big
Bob Baker, 21314, after 12
rounds of brisk action at
Forbes Field.
Jackson apparently gained,
the judges': nod because he
was the stronger ef the two at
the finish.
i Eight of tfce eleven sports
writers covering the bout
thought that Baker deserved
the victory. r
The fight was a good one
with plenty of action through throughout.
out. throughout. Baker was the aggressor
most of the way and. landed
the most solid punches whle
Jackson landed more punches
wlth' left Jabs and long dis dis-'tance
'tance dis-'tance rights. T'"" .

National League pennant race.

Garnet Of The Week

Georgia Tech over SMU Tech

is i shaky one touchdown favor

ite on a close win over Kentucky!

while SMU beat Notre Dame.- But

the Irish aren't as rugged as ex

pected as this one may show.

Tennessee over Auourn a pick

'em contest but Johnny Majors op

erating out of the Tennessee tail

back slot should make the diner

v The East

Penn State ever Penn In the

NL, looks like nobody wants to

win. r. v ;

Pitt over Syracuse The Dodg

ers act like unset rookies.

Rutgers over Princeton ine,

Braves look like Bored vets

Colgate over Cornell Some-t

body's gotta get mad. r

Also:' Columbia over Brown,

Navy over W&M, Army over VML

Boston U over Massacnusetts.

Yale over Connecticut, Delaware

ov Lehieh. Holy Cross over Day-

ton, Albright over Muhlenberg.

Bucknell over Gettysburg am

Temple over Tjfayette.' f
; : The Midwest

The Wtst

Michigan State over Stanford!

Reese looks anoloKeuc at bat

USC over Oregon State Gil

Hodges is too nice for bis own!

good. ;

Oregon over Idaho Campanel4

la is pitiful with bad hands.

Washington over Minnesota I

Only Robinson acts like a pro.
Also: Utah over Montana, Wash
ing'on State over San Jose, State
Wyoming over Denves.'
- Th South

Miami over South Carolina Ed

Matthews Stands on dime

Maryland over Wake ForestH

Joe Adcock Is a guess hitter

Florida over Clemson Johnny

Logan is the only one with fire.

Kentucky over Mississippi-

Hank Aaron needs some of Willie
Mtvs dash. v

Also: Georgia over Florida St.,!
Texas Aggies over LSU, Vander-
bilt over Chattanooga, North Car

olina state over VPI, Duke over
Virginia and West Virginia over

Richmond, v ,
The Southwest

id Fred Haney runs in pitchers like

a football coacn.

Baylor over Texas Tech Walt
Alston looks line a stranded


Arkansas over Oklahoma Aggies

Maybe you dont agree.

Texas over Tulane But us

grandstand managers have our

ie Rookie Charlie Beamon of the Ori Orioles,
oles, Orioles, for his four-hit, 1-8 vic victory
tory victory over the Yankees. ; w;-'

Wise Old Clicks

Are Slow To OK

Another "TKorpeft


ble play that eased Podres out

of his most serious lam and the
Dodgers went on to win (their
first world championship. ;

bm toaay tney're fighting
with their backs to the wall a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst being ellmjanted' i
new pennant ra and tiey're tiey're-making
making tiey're-making It plain Vhat, in their
eyes, the hero of '5$ is the goat
of '56.

Rcbcrls II-iis


Ashburn cf

Blaylock lb

ixpata e
Pnnf. 1.

li ....... ,4
Jones 3b ........

Valo rf

uemus 2b

Roberts p

k bRHPeA

o t v i i i


36 7 10 27 : 9

Catcher Roy' Campanella

stoutly defended 26-game winner

Don Newcombe, wno suiferea
his seventh defeat, by pointing

to the first k or Amoros' poor
plays. Thait one came in the sec second
ond second Inning when Sandy dropped
Elmer Vafo's easy fly with one
out and Ennis on second base.
That miscue the only official

error charged to Amoros in the

game paved the way for two

unearned runs and a 3-1 Phila

delphia lead

"Newk was okay." Campanella

grumbled. 'He was havlnir a lit

tle trouble loosening up in that
cold weather but he was going

to be okay. He woulda been It It

naan't been for that lousy play

in tne outfield."

The 240 nound ; Newcombe

' stormed around the mound and

Johnny Allen, Oklahoma A. and ne wantea to grina
M. sophomore Quarterback, is a nT-tle Sandy under one of. his
gnnd nephew of the immortal: ponderous feet in that second
Jim Thorpe, otill recognized1 as, inning and relief pitcher Don

Gilliam 2b ..... 4

Reese as .,. 4

Snider cf ........ 4
Robinson 3b ..... 4'
Amoros If ..4

Hodges lb ....... 3 0
Furillo rf 2 0

campanella e .... 8
Newcombe p ..... 2
Bessent p ....... 0

Lablne p ........ 0

a-6truck out

8th. v -.'

having been the greates. of all ath

leies. t. -. w

Ti.e wise old bucks at Pawnee
nod to each other when someone

sneaks of voune Allen, the smiling,

personable, modern Indian lad

with the rifle nassinf arm

"Wail," they tell uie ouesuonerw

Many times we near 01 anomer


Michigan' over UCLA The

Braves hit like Epworth Leaguers.

Illinois over California Lew

RnrHpttfi seems to have lost it.

Taw a nvpr TnHians Dndcrer he riphts. too.

running has been pitiful. I Also: Houston over Mississippi
Ohio State over Nebraska For, State, Texas Western over Abilene
1 hie winner. Newcombe leaves Christian and Arizona over South

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j Dakota Stat-

Bessenit stood crlarlne. as if In

perplexity, in the seventh when
Amoros went Into his second

coma. : s
; But the unruffled Alston,

who takes both victory and
defeat with a thin smile and
a glass of soda pop, refused to
make Sandy the "fall guy."

"Hell be in the lineup Friday
night and I'm sure he'll play the
last two games of the season as
well," Alston said..'He is enti entitled
tled entitled to a bad day Just a every everybody
body everybody else on the team's entitled

to the bad daya they've had. If
I benched every guy who's had

a bad day this season, rn sure

be hard-pressed for players in
the three games we've got left

to US."'. : w I

It was Just about a Year ago
that Amoros was the toast of

Brooklyn along with Johnny

Podres for his Dnuiam eaten
of Yogi Berra's "wrong-way fly"
in the seventh Inning of the
seventh came of the World Se

ries, sandy turned tttato a jtou-J'

31 I S 27 13
for Bessent la

031 000 3007
110 001 000-3

SUMMARY Errors: Lopata.

Amoros. RBI: Snider 2, Smalley
3, Roberts (Amoros scored on
Lopaita's error to 2nd), Ennis,

jones 2. vaio. Doubles: smal smalley,
ley, smalley, Hodges, finlder, Valo. HR:

sniaer 2, Ennis. v sacrifice fiyt
Roberts. Double play: Furillo-1
Hodges. Left on base: philadeK
phia 6, Brooklyn i. Bases ea
balls: Newcombe 3, Roberts 10,
Bessent 2. Hits off: Newcombe

5-5, Bessent 5-3, Lablne 0-1.
Runs and earned runs: New Newcombe
combe Newcombe 4-2, Bessent 3-2. Roberta

2. Hit by pitch: Newcombe hit

Hemus. WP: Roberts ? (19-17). :

LP: Newcombe (26-7). TJmpiresr
Donatelli, Gorman,, pinelll, Dlx- :

on. Tune 01 game: 1 nours 21

minutes. Attendance: 7,847.

New Haven, Conn. (NEA)
Ronald D. Wailes, Jr., was named
coach of Yale's freshman crew. He
is a veteran of four years of row
ing at Washington. , ; ;

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BEGINNERS Left to right, Jack Sanders, 1st place- J o hn,
Fettler 2nd place, Lid Paulson 5th place In the Atlantic side
"summer recreational swimming program held at the-Gatun
Gymnasium. i


vTh Broadway price makers Monday made It 8-1 that the
National League stretch run would not wind up in a dead heat.
A price that is both fair and illuminating, and yet... r
What was -it Carl Sandburg... or have I got him contused
with. Serge Obolensky?:., said about basebaU?...;MThe game
' 14 never over until the last man is out?". Gad, how terribly, ter.
ribly true ' v" ''.' ;.r',-','.. "-.
to the event of a; tk the NL constitution provides dot a best,
twoout-of -three series, whereas the American Leaguejmpetu-:
ously settles for one game. Why the different approach?
' If you happen to have any vinegar mixed in your blooa. .y
and medical statistics show if our out of five cynics do,, v your
first reaction doubtless Is that this sis a matter .of money, pie
players "share in the World Series take but, the owners get It
- 11 'ManTf estly any owner who wouldn't rather get three cracks
bloated box office instead of one, shduldn't be allowed to
fun around unguarded. And to suggest that AL owners are less
" interested in gate receipts than their "NL counterparts, Is to
Insult. their business acumen andjlibel their avaricious llU-e
V warren Giles, president of the' Nt,' was asked to testify on
- ihe'subjert-yid when he had finished, j I found myself wti.
to tnr surprise;?,, buying what he said. Vaguely I had;pievi had;pievi-ously
ously had;pievi-ously favored; the Ali mjickie treatment. r- -' yy ;:y4y-:Vn-:'

r .-. BREAK FOR FAN'S ...
S:;'."V'vvC v' t.i' -4' i .? i 4.
One of his more persuasive points, was this, ''The fundament fundamental
al fundamental of scheduling championship race is that each team sha'i
play' the-same number of games at home and play. A wo wo-:
: wo-: out-of-three system guarantees that at least one game will ba
played on the home grounds- of each '-earn. This recognizes tae
rights of the home fans, as well as the players feeling that he
, home TDark offers certain advantages." ;1
, Brother GUes made another interesting point,-. "Whenever
a race ends in a tie. it means both managers have pulled out all
the tops. And when that happens pitchers suffer, the most It s
riot unusual for the mainstay of the staff of start and relieve, or
even work every other day in the closing stages: -.
"In a one-game playoff such a Ditcher would have no possible
chance to get this second wind. But with one, or two days rest
he might come back and pitch close to his best form. And ar arrangement
rangement arrangement involving the championship which almost automati automatically
cally automatically excludes a team's best pitcher, is clearly far from perfect"
The majors to date have seen only three deadlocked races.
iCurlously, after nearly a half century of conventional action, ties

suddenly became a vogue, in six years tne kl naa two me al. one.
" How did Brother Giles' arguments stand up in relation to the
record returns? -..t--. r.v.
He could not, of course, be faulted in his argument that the
home fans were entitled to see at least one of the games. For obvi

ous reasons, the Impact was more impressive m 46 when tne
Brooks played the St Louis Cards than it waa in '51 when they
played the Giants In as ubway spectacular.
In 48 Cleveland beat the Rex Sox in the AL's first. ,v and un

to now, only plavoff. It. was a one-day, sudden death grapple and

tne locale was Boston. uniiKe Bt. Louis ians, we uieveiana loyai-Tstsr-
were denied the privilege of rooting for their heroes in the
home park: i,-?, : .-:i,
: In this connection, however. It Is to be noted that neither the

inspirational support of the home fan nor the inherent blessings

of the home park worked to the advantage oi jtne Red sox that

. Joe McCarthv had moved from the Stadium and was mas masterminding
terminding masterminding the Red Sox at the time; he came up to the play playoff,
off, playoff, game with Mel ParnelL his top pitcher, physically spent and
arm weary, so In desperation he turned to 38-year-old Denny
Galehouse, who simply wasn't up to It. v
. ; Whether the Red Sox might have prevailed If the series had
been two-out-of -three we must leave to Dunninger. It's in the
book for all to see that they had no chance the way McCarthy
had to play it A Parnell with only one day's rest might have
helped. With two he might even have rewritten the script.
Just how important playing at home is in a short series re
mains a moot question. Leo Durocher had the Dodgers in '46; he
won the tess and elected to open in St. Louis, so th second and
hl"d games (if a third was; necessary) could be played in Ebbets
t Field ; v i. ,,',-;...,
What happened? The' Cards" knocked the Bums off In St.
Lonls and speedily applied the finisher in game Na. 2 across the
pnog-Thus The Lio never got a chance to exploit the edge he
thought he had In playing No. 2 and No. 3 at home.
.'- Durocher remained faithful to the, percentages, and thanks
to Bobby. Thornton, who dtd you know what, he eventually came
J"1 0n t00- a!n he won the toss and again. . he was manapini?
V pj'kGlants- '51.(yu know... he chose to open in the enemy's
The Giants took game No. I at Ebbets Field, returned to the
l Eolo i Grounds and wt murdered in same No. 2, and were trailing
lbiinJ1le,llntillnn,ing M eame No. 3 when all of a sudden..?
pow! right in the kisser, as Mr. Gleason Is delicately prone to
exclaim In moments of extreme emotionaUnd dramatic force

is the season of discontent in bato bato-ball,
ball, bato-ball, and as usual it will lead to
Something has to be done about
the American League and
quickly; The Yankees' runaway
chilled interest They got ail the
money and attendance dropped off
eisewaere. j
The biuiplayers art let off easy
this late in the season. They eaten
tt in April. .' 4
Maty years too late, the blame
for a poor showing is being put

wnere ui oeiuDgs on me iruni
oflice. No longer can ever yunng
be explained by firing a manager
wno uad utile to wok with.
Tom Yawkey, from his South

Carolina estate, denies that Joe

Cronra, the Red Sox general man manager,
ager, manager, is being shunted to his boy boyhood
hood boyhood home in. San Franciso to
watch over the 'Boston branch
there. But Owner Yawkey doesnt
deny that Bucky Harris, obviously
out as the Detroit field marshal,
will be tronin'a assistant
There will be a sew manaeer in

Detroit, I of course, with Jo h n n y
McHale stepping up from the
farms to have mure voice with the

or us. ..- (
The danger on the AL side In
Chicago rests, in me White Sox
being oact in tamuy hunus. Cnuca

Comiskey and brother- u-iiw

Jonnuy itigney tusagreemg ana
conseiiuenu tumung wnat once

was auu suould uea creai oruiui-

uauou iwe a corner outcuer suop,

Hank Crttnberg is .dolrw tha

unortaodox in uevelana. uubuc

ly berating At Rosen ana nu play players,
ers, players, in amumore, I'sul iucbarus
nas louna tnat ruomng a ciuo on

i me ueui ana airecun a iront ot ot-fice
fice ot-fice are two fuu-ume joos. wasn-

uigioa neeus a cnanxe in owner

smp ana Kansas uty requiers

unto to vet oriemea.

On the National League side.

rnu wnsiey oi me uius nas to

usien lo ciarence liowianu, his

askiatani, (lusree witn uie esu esu-mate
mate esu-mate oi wia Juatthewsairecior
sti personnel wno conducts tne
tarms. i-auis Rowiana says there
area i any atluetes coaun up to
ueip the parent outut. Aiatuews
says tnero are. Vvno oesiaes iuaii iuaii-4ber
4ber iuaii-4ber Man hacK gets urea .. j
ine cuds ate uopelessty in the
basement, but lioetai ouausei to
wieners boa Kaiser aua Muj

oraoowski and snonstop johun

ivinaau inaicate mat juagnai

wngiey at least has adoptc-u a
pouty. v


SEYMOUR" AGENCY CLASSIC LEAGUERS C lay Randel's Seymour Agency, never to be out outdone
done outdone as a backer of Canal Zone bowling, has entered the above keglers In the Diablo Clas
sic League, Seymour Is also represented In the Major fand Mixed Leagues. With hopes of a
complete reverse of last year's finish in the cellar; has added power with the above team.
Left to right, Mike" Nunes, Chuck McGarvy, Eri .tCurlyJ Bates Capt.', Ed Kunkle and Harry
Colbert wv.; (Photo by Earl Duke)

Mantle Made In '56 But Still
Has To Conquer Series Jinx


Football Officials Reply

To Ronnie Knox' Indictment

Of FootbaU At U.C.L.A.
" NEW YORK (UP) Ronnie from' being punished but we could
Knox' scathing indictmeat of foot-! not as a umversitj-; force' in euU
ball at UCLA and the University, side, group to open its books t
of California as "pro football" the conference. -..
where he was "forced to lie and m . 'u
taught to connive" drew replies! At Berkeley, Calif., Athletic Dt
today from officials of, the two rector Greg Eagelhird of the Uni Uni-schools.
schools. Uni-schools. j jversity of California, commented"
., .. .. on Knox' charges he was coached
-Knox, star back now playing in. how to lie to commissioner
professional football with the Schmidt when the PCC head in in-Hamilton
Hamilton in-Hamilton Tiger Cats in. Canada,! vestigated football at that school

uauc .uu ;urge3 ia an arucie in.iu uio isu oi i aon snow

mis weex s comer's Magasme.
In addition to relatina details of

undercover payments to athletes,

anything about that."

Resardinc Knox1 rrlatinn n

he, said that UCLA employs a "deal" he received to go to CabV
"farm .system" whereby athletes fornia, Engelhard said, "All the

wnose mgn school grades are not; things she said have been said b

good enough to enter colleee were

sent to junior colleges for a year

ana given w a montn, "Uius com com-mittine
mittine com-mittine them to UCLA." and that

while at California, he bad been,

"coacned in how to lie to Com Commissioner
missioner Commissioner Victor O. Schmidt of the
Pacific Coast Conference,

'. Wilbur Johns, athletic director

of UCLA, t commented on the

"iarm system" charge in Los An Angeles:
geles: Angeles: "I don't know how Knox

can, make such a statement when

we. have investigaetd the 1 same

rumors and have been unable to
verify them.. If any: such payments

are made, they must come from
individuals and not from anv-or

ganized group 'at the 'university.''

in response to iuwx written

charge that UCLA "deliberately
let me appear guilty of receivine

under-the-table money without givj

mg me an opportunity to prove

my innocence" by refusing to turn

over to the Pacific Coast Confer,

jhe was "scared to death' when. during the off season that, thii

Ihis knee buckled under him in the i would be Mantle's year of dcei.

WPW VftPIT STTPA TVi 1QM ntiH Kama nd ha rirnnnaft In'cinn

season will be remembered as the the Yankee Stadium turf as if he! Mantle must have read some of '"55 !...If..!f !S:M 'fifY."!?

one which "made" Mickey Math, had been shot, through the head, those things but the answer hid ..i i.U ....v Bea

ii L..a : j:--; n. l u. j tu. i i: .ul:. t: i nrnL owuwui jiau uu auuii liSl.

iw uui uiuicauuns Are inai uic un-iit was uie bcluiiu tdino ui umi w ue wiuun uimseu.j. wiui a aewi utl. j

lahoma kid stiU has his personal series and Mickey and Joe De maturity came added confidence 'Z SfT." tw
-u hu.; ....j ...,. .j i k.n.j kr. i. u... .u.. an our, seniors,' including Knox.

fore and I don't see any reasoav
to re-open, the case." r.

Ted Williams Plans
To Return In 1957
" BOSTON (UP)- Ted Williams
said today., "I don't, give a hoot
about winning the batting title"
but the cantankerous Red Sox vet veteran
eran veteran indicated he would return
next season to try again. ; 1
' An' unimpeachable Bed Sot
source disclosed Williams has con
fided he will be back in 1957 re regardless
gardless regardless if he fails to wrest this

year's individual batting title front
Mickey Mantle. i
"... .1 i V V
Sports Shorts


world' series jinx to conquer. Maggio raced toward a fly belted and there is no question but what

Horace Stoneham of the Cianlj
,3 Hearing complaints, nut man

ager nut, Kigney. jjaebaii peopie
sny Owner; ijiouenain piays it .py
ear wunoDt any system at iu.
as was toe case wim tue isravc
mis season, buinenam will i ve
a coacn ready to step in lor -r.ey
. in the event mat the Pom
tiiounaers fail to snow bediger
enty eariy next season.
Frank Lane traded too many
stickout performers to please St
Louis fans -rBooks Lawrence
Harvey Haddix, ; Red Schoen' Schoen'-dienst,
dienst, Schoen'-dienst, Bill Sarni Jackie Brandt

and Bill Virdon. It wouldn't sur-

prise, some if General Manager

Lane, brought in Marty, Marion

of the White Sox as a replace

ment for rreddie Hutchinson in

an effort to gloss over what most

people consider were mistakes.
Bobby Bragan of the P i rates
openly says that he hasn't
enough to win with. .The Phil

lies have to .be shaken up.

Just about every year, as the. by Willie Mays

New York yanKees make tneir ai-J

most annual trip to the post sea

soil classic, something goes wrong

with Master Micney. tour times

he has been there and only once

was he at near top efficiency.
This year the threat hangs over
him once again. v
"I'm going to be all right,'
Mantle said as he nursed an ag

gravated muscle in his upper

thigh and lower groin today.

That's a long .statement for

Mantle, a reticent and uncommu

nicative young man. But deep in inside
side inside the wheels must be, whirling

."I've got it,", Di Maggio called.

Mantle tried to pull up short

Mickey passed the cross-roads tri

umphantly and today is ; the
game's brightest star. s v

He missed Babe Ruth s record

' "I could feel m lee snao." he1 60 homers, but so have all the

recalls tensely. "I am too scared other big hitters for 29 years. Yet

to move.-1 thought "my- leg had he did get up into the 50's and,
fallen -off at the knee." s v 1 j quite possibly, pould take the bat bat-The
The bat-The next year he had his one ting title and the runs-batted-u
good-' series, 'batting .345 with- 10 crown to boot,
for. 29 and wallopings a pair' of i Whether he does or, not, he'll
homers. .-'-. I still be the player of the vea:.

'.';' ;V: '&?"Z'u But when he suffered that aggra-
Yet in 1953. Mantle was bobbline: vated muscle in Boston last week-

again. when they -went into the'end it had to bring back a lot of

classic and batted a meager 08..Diuer memories. 1

After tne season he had two opt ven iicney must De wonner

franticstly as he looks back on hiserations on jliia knee for removal "g whether that jinx is still work

misfortunes in three of the four

world series in which he previous previously
ly previously appeared.' i
-.1 :?' .First A Knee tntvry
In his very first series, in 1951

Herb Miitcn Lczdx
In Pen-ma Medal

Play Tournament

risome tale again last fall.

In the closing days of the sea season
son season he tried to beat out a bunt
against Boston aqd pulled a thigh
muscle. The leg was swathed in
bandages and the limping Mantle

iwas available for duty in only

three games. He hit a olwly .200.
Which means that in four world

series, Mickey has an overall
average of only .265.
Year Of Decision
There was a great deal writter


An added and attractive fea feature
ture feature for the Panama Golf club
members this past week-end was
the 36 hole Medal Flay tourna tournament
ment tournament sponsored by the Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador to Panama from Argen Argentine
tine Argentine who has put up ft beautiful
silver cup to go to the player

Along The Fairways


The (lrst matches of the
women's Amateur Champion Championship
ship Championship Tournament were played
last week at Brazos Brook Golf
Club. Most of the girls played

i The outepme of the matches Is
as follows; 1

T3. Burns over K. Call, 7 and 4;
L. Knuth over A. French, 2 and
1; C. Eishop over B. Hughes, 2
and 1; I. Robinson over I. Hop Hop-son.
son. Hop-son. 7 and 6; M. Taylor over L.
Johnson. 4 and 2: D. La Croix

Even the haves in the National! .ti. 4Vta Uaat VnAjflai mtw a llrvir

League wonder. You hear that! ta three-quarters of established
the Reds many even trade Ted v.L... H

fielders cant throw and there is
a hole at second base: There are
too many old gys in Br o o k 1 y n.

- rne season of discontent each



ball. ;

of cartilege, It was the same wor-

ing overtime.'


was involked by the conference back Maurice Duncan,- halfback
because booster groups refused to John Bowley and ends Jack Mc Mc-open
open Mc-open their books to conference in-Clairen and John Stock werea

vesugaiors, saia jonns.. "were leased today, by: the. Pittsburgh'
sorry we could not keep athletes' Steelers of the NaUonal Football'
who might have been innocent League. ., .,

Wherever people of distinction
. meet you'll always find ,';

Ballimore Catcher
Tori Gasfall's Body
Recovered In Bay

, BALTIMORE, Md., Sept. 27

(UP) -The. body ot Baltimore
Orioles baseball player Tom Cas-

. 1 1 1 I

mu. ilaj mm -.iaM-M wfa.f- wu. wmcn was rcrovcrcix irum

in the tournament was led by'e"fk "H,1 TOJ..?
dIj Mitten after the first STS4'.S,eil.MSV-S

holes of nlay. Docs' neat 2 un

7 rrmmd. you thati J T ,70 a"
gement can't sit still in base-l ,Lui. Arango, JL Plala

net 71s with Gordon Dalton In
the third slot position with his
net. 73. The second 18 holes may
be played any time during this
present week but the final 36
holes must be completed by this
coming Sunday at 0 p.m.
Standings for the first 18
holes are as follows:

Milwaukee Firmly
'In Driver's Seal
In II. L Flag Race
NEW YORK, Sept.W27-.(rP)
The Milwaukee : Braves, one
full game ahead of the Brook
lyn Dodgers with only three
games left te play, now believe
tbey are fkmly "in the drv drv-ler's
ler's drv-ler's seat" in the National
League pennant race.
The. Braves assumed that

margin when pitcher Robin
Roberts of the Philadelphia Phils
beat the Dodgers Wednesday
with a live-hitter, 7-3. A muffed
fly ball by Sandy Amoros, World
Serieg hero in, 1855, cost the
Dodgers dearly as they lost a
game that could have tied them

for the lead.
The arch-rivals each hav a

day off today, then plunge to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow into the hectic wind-up.

itie tsraves finish the season
-with three games against the
Cardinals at St. Lonls and can
clinch the flag by winning 'em
all, no matter what the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers do. Brooklyn finishes with
three games against those pes pesky
ky pesky Pittsburgh Pirates.
The Dodgers only hope ao-

peared to be that they -will win
all three and the Braves lose one

game. That would make the race
end in a tie and throw the pen pennant
nant pennant into a three-game playoff
series opening; in BrooklynSiext
Monday, r .v;

cours and in. withIoverJ.Ktirwit..'6 nri ..,.

vury presentable scores. Fish over J. Morris, 4 and 3: A
'' ....

Dials over P. Mdntayne, 7 and (t.
This week's matches should be
more interesting when the low
scoring girls cot on the tee as
opponents.: The matches have

been- marie- and will be played
by Sunday.

H. Mitlten .......,.'...70
Lul Arango 71
J. Plai ...j 71
L. Martina ..i........ 71
G. Dalton ..-i.v 73
R. Gllckenhaus ......... 74
B. Novey 74
E. de la Ossa 74 -J.,
Des Londes 75
R. Valdes 75
H. Beall 75
J.. Ridge ............... 75
R. Ortega Vleto ......... 76
P. Baumgardner'i,,...,.:76
Q. Novey ),...,.,. 76
M. Nonzo ............... -76
J. Mayles .... .. ;..'.. .u 76
R. Arias, E 1. 77
' D. O. Westman '.i....... 77
Rj Torres .............. '. 77
J. Paz Rodriguez ...j... 77
C. Arosemena .......... 78-
" J. Robinson. ....... .-.. 78
.C. Morris... 78
VB. Elich 78
F. F. Purdy 78
T. Connors 78
i P. Abad ,.,,..,..J.....,7fl
J. Scrihner' 79
D. Halman 80
J. Sibauste ..... 80

M. Banks w;, ... . 80
J. Westman 80
P. A. Diaz ...... 81
T. H.: Scott 81
3. de la Guardla .......'81 1
A. De Mena ...:v 81 ;
E. Fidanque 82
L. Simpson 82
J. Call 83
A. G. Robins 83 l
F. Cain .................. 83
H. Willis 83
W. T. Coffey ............ 84
W, Daniels 85
"J. w. ShpT7!l'rr,TTZ'r'
R. MClain 87

time later by Paul Welsh,- publi

city Jirector for the Orioles.

The 23-year)ld athlete had been
missing since dusk last Thursday
when he reported by radio to traf traffic
fic traffic control at Harbor Field that
he was trying to crash land his
Ercoupe in the bay. Coast guard
units searched in vain for bim for

five days and found only two seat

cushions from his plane.

Casta!!, whe received a report

ed $40,000 bonus for signing with

the Orioles last year and usedi

part of that money to buy thei

plane in which he met his death,
HfA MinlrtH a. iiaU fllttUt MM ak

"off day" in the Orioles', schedule
in training for a Pilot's license. I

He left Harbor Field at about S p t f.
m according to field officials hr. ; V ffe
and was heard from about 80 jiij j 1 l E
minutes later when he radioed he 1 f.Jxtf",

th water. '-. I

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i.u.;n tnAav tended the exile ot

Seretse oama, ine uric vm-imted

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throne and his homeland because!
he married, a white woman.
In return the '35-year old Ox-
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tuiha ranminrtv. all claim i
Kwaiu Hiiro
to his title so he could remain with
the woman he loves.
Kham will return to the Be-
chuanaland Protectorate bordering
ine union w ooum nut
private citiwn, the Commonwealth
roiatinnx office announced.

The resident commissioner or
He was oanisneo irura uie oru-
tsh African protectorate after ne
married London born typist Ruth
Williams in 1948.
f CONCORD, N.Y. (-UP)- There'
is no open season for mourning
doves in New Hampshire during
th' 1956-57 hunting season.
' Qgetatlons by
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the news to a meeting of the chielst0n xter he became fiscal agent
and headnjen of the tribe. ., I under President Roosevelt and

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Relatives Battling For Custody
Of Orphaned ; 5-Year-0ld Heiress

CHICAGO, Sept. 27 (UP) The
numoer 01 reiauves oicnering over
the custody of an orphaned 5-year-
old heiress increased today with
the entrance of another aunt and
uncle into the court battle.
Tht move cama as a surprise
in the custody fight ever littl
Robin 5hr who still
doesn't f
know her parents and sister.
of Miami Beach, wore killed in
an auto accident la mont.
, Judge Daniel A. Covelli, w h o
has placed the girl under court1

cuBiooy, warneu me resnuve uiai uuon, i t ; ;-ouentnal
ouentnal ;-ouentnal rnctnrlv nf Rahin mV h ( " '-.

awarded ta an nutsirln nartv if,
th.v rin nnt onrl tha fa mil v atruB-i
ele. t : ;i .1
I o0n t want to tnreaten youQ
he told attorneys for the relatives.
Kf t way., vnn if thfl rplptivAfif
are going to fight, it might be
best for the child's welfare if she
were put in temporary custody of
an outside party : i v :
"I might even put the child in
a- school, he said.
Robin is being treated m a nos-
pital for injuries, she suffered in
?he accident1 Aug.' 22 in Minnesota.
Cha tronsForrort urhllA KT1IT in
a coma from Minnesota to a Chin
i" uZJrr. : rui
cago hospital by ber paternal aunt
lOliver Newman,
UP Political
Writer Dies
' MIAMI Ikept 27 (UP) Mai
Oliver Peek Newman, former V
,Press Apolitical writer and
economlc a d v.i s e r to President
Roosevelt, died here 'last Thurs
day nient. He was 79. -1
T S- J 1 lit i
,ind wrioug condition at
ii : .. t in..... n.
ne" "reu '"f1, "
nh.ectMiami;rt InStitUte f0f
past two weeks.
ha h00on his TPnnrliniT rariiv
and Rained a nationa, reputation!
mm uic aAiiiiigbuii. vah ui iv'A.
with his coverage for United Press
of Woodrow Wilson in the 1911
presidential campaign.
sur,erv sed arl American loan to
the Dominican Republic.
trisdent Truullo of the
nicar. Republican hired him as a
financial adviser and he was cred-
iter) with helmnir tn atahilixe
'monetary system there.
tyonc Hurt As
Bus Is Smashed
Like Matchbox
INNSBRUCK. Austria Sent.
(UP) A bus crashed down
rocky embankment today, serious-i
ly injuring seven of its 14 occik
pants, foiice said .the other seven
passengers escaped with almost
no injuries although the bus was
smashed "like a matchbox."


Speevak Sc
islU.MI-tl Tires

.No. 31 -"
Automobile Row
- TeL 2-4624

600 x 16 $16.00

v Household

FOR SALI-Srvl alactri r r-f
f r-f n'garttor, 1 1 cubic ft., larja
fraabw tap $225. Phan lilboa
1772. "
r FOR SALE 25-cyda rafriacr.
' ator, boy 'i 16-in. bkyclo, 16mm
Bell b Howall movio camara, 2.
dry clotatt. Call Balboa 3167
, FOR SALE 21 -inch RCA Vic
tor telrrision Mtr now, perfect
condition with antennae $225.
s 2-2673 after 3:30. f ;
& Motors ',V-'
SEE THE NEW fiber (lasa boat
(Thunderbirdil, strongest, light lighter,
er, lighter, fastest. Servient da Vantaf.
Abarnathy, in front of El Panama
ara. Reasonable price. Als wa
have new motors I J-hp. and 30 30-hp.
hp. 30-hp. Evinrud for immediate de delivery.
livery. delivery. Servicios da Vantas Ab Abarnathy,
arnathy, Abarnathy, ja front of El Panama
Hotel. '
and uncle, Mr.'and Mrs. Samuel
Their attampt to obtain custo
dy of the girl was opposed by
the maternal grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Zitman. The
Pea chins argued the grandpar grandparents
ents grandparents were too old to roar Robin.
Tuesday, the grandparents ask
ed covelli to allow Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Levinson, Robin's maternal
aunt and uncle, to join the as
custody candidates. Covelli told
the Levlnsons to file their
Robin is the sole direct heir to
an1 estate worth at least $75,000
im possioie, as mucn as a muiionT
French Beautician
Invents Product
To Boost Male Ego
lle?' 61 :ur rJ A
. (uuuuv, lu iiciii
American men overcome their
"fright" of beautiful women
- Raymond Barhas. -director of
the Jean Patou Fashion Co,, said
he is going to market a face
cresin for men. v
"Men PtneciallD In tlii TTnll.J
Stages, are bashful In their rela-
have designed a cleansing cream
that men can use to boost their
confidence," Barbas said.!
, The cream Is designed to dim
Inate perspiration, grease and dirt
irom a man's lace.
lie sain4 men
in "the
States need it most because
best care of themselves
land thev usualrv terriblv friehten
j T ;
Teenage Daughter
Of Marquis Dies
Of Gun Wounds
PERTH, Scotland, Sept. 27 (UP)
Teen-age Lady Carolina Pettv-
Fitzmaurice. a cldse friend nf the
.royal family, died today Iron shot-
gun wounds received yesterday.
The pretty 17-year-old girl was
the daughter of the Marquis and
Marchioness of Landsdowne. She
was hit in the stomach when
gun she wa handling went off,
Lawrence Welk
Named Top Band
?! Leader Of Year
CHICAGO, Sept. 27 (UP) Law-i
rence welk today was selected by
the National Ballroom Operators
Assn. as "the outstanding dance
'band leader of the year."
ft Tubes (

n Automobiles :
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Cat-.-alina
Caupa, excellent condition
: SI 900. House 0778, Apt. B,
' Williamson Place, Balboa. Phone
2-3114, 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.

FOR SALE: 1953 DeSoto Fire Fire-done
done Fire-done 4-door aedan with radie.
Perfect shape, duty paid. Will
give away, $1175 Please call
Lt. Catala, 673 Fort Gulick, ;.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobil
"76" 2-door aedan. New
tires, radio, vary good condition,
; new, upholstery job. Sea at
221 1-D So. A, Cnrundu. Phona
Cur. 5104. :. l :,-vi::
FOR SALE.- 1949 Buick graea
tudor,, excellent shape. Mechan Mechanics
ics Mechanics ehoica. Only $295 COLPAN
MOTORS, Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: 1955 Ford Tudor.
See this almost new blue "btiu "btiu-.
. "btiu-. ty." Real sacrifice price. $1595.
: Row.
FOR SALE. 1950 Oldsmobila
4-door sedan, $395. You can
drive It out! COLPAN MOTORS.
Automobile Row, --
FOR SALE: Station Wagon
Pontiac '52. Miles and miles of
good motoring in, this buy. But
. hurry! Specially priced. Only
$895. COLPAN MOTORS,' Aute Aute-mobile
mobile Aute-mobile Row.'
FOR SALE .Hudson Super Sin
1949 Coupe. New tires, new
battery, $350. L Jackson, 1510
Calabash St., Balboa. ",
FOR SALE: '49 BukkT Super.
New tire and battery, aacallent
condition. Must bum. Call
2-4191 Balboa.
FOR SALE. 1951 Nash Ram.
; blar Custona Hardtop Coupe, 2
tone paint, good tiros, excellent
i condition; radio and other K K-.trat.
.trat. K-.trat. Also eleetrie guitar, brand'
new, Phona Kobbo 6276.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Hardtop Caupa, 2-tona green, :
radio, power glide, w-s-w tires,
duty paid. See, at Volkswagen
Dealers, AutomoSile Row. 1
FOR SALE: 1940 Cadillac. 4-,
door. Standard transmission, ra radio,
dio, radio, new tires, painted recently.
' Best offer over $200. Phona
Balbaa 2-2641.
Panama Line
The Panama liner Cristobal Is
scheduled to sail from New York
today with 49 : passengers for
Cristobal Forty-eight passengers
are booked for port-au-Prlnce,
Ham. ; i..vrt---
The complete advance passen
ger list for Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Barbour
and daughter: Mr. and Mrs.
Charles A. Behrineer: Dr. and
Mrs. Rogello Boyd; Mr. and Mrs.
Walter W. Carlson; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Chandler and 3 chil
dren; Mrs. Elizabeth R. Cran Cran-dall;
dall; Cran-dall; Mr. and Mrs. Richard J.
Danielson and daughter; Mr.
and Mrs. 1 Joseph C. Hannigan
and daughter; Miss Marilyn R.
Hansen; Leon V. Helm; Miss
Florence Hucks; Mr. and Mrs.
William M. Jensen and 2 chil children:
dren: children: Mr.' and Mrs. otto E.
Kitzlng; Mrs. Alf reda Kleiman;
Mrs. Elizabeth Klinga; Miss
Katharina Klinga; Robert W.
McConnlchie; Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Preuss; Dr; and MrsC. Burton
Ray; Mr. ana Mrs. jonn js,
Ridge, Jr. and daughter; Paul O
Roedlger; Mr. and Mrs. 'Leo A.
Ronan; Miss Florence. Schaff Schaff-ner;
ner; Schaff-ner; Mr. and Mrs. Roy M.
Steele; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul
O. Thompson.
TAMPA. Fla. (UP) It's no
wonder Tampa calls Itself the
"Cigar City. A total of 699,042, 699,042,-212
212 699,042,-212 cigars were manufactured by
the city's cigar factories during
Wilde in
In Technicolor I
' $1.10 per Car!
Michael Wilding In
In Technicolor! o


LOST s- Ladies goll Lapel watch.
Reward. 5-447 Mrs. C. Schaid Schaid-eog.
eog. Schaid-eog. Baa 447, Gatun, C.Z.
Wanted To Rent
., : '. . V
' HOUSE WANTED U.S. busi busi-neisman,
neisman, busi-neisman, wife end two children,
desire 3-4 bedroom furnished
house. Good location. Will take
year lease. Pleas phono 2-2042
or 3-2144.
WANTED For October onlyt v'
spacious quarters or house, by
respensibla American Embassy
family. Please call Mr. Kelly,
Tiveli Hotel. ...
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super.
Dynaflow, radio, whitewall tiros,
38,000 miles, excellent mechan mechanical
ical mechanical condition, $500. Phono Bal Bal-boa
boa Bal-boa 1427. : y

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A-SUGGESTION AWARD Certificate was presented to Ernest
W. Rlgney lor his suggestion for a lifting device for a diesel
engine flywheel, presenting Rlgney with the certificate Is
Fred A.. Rushing, right, lead foreman,

Boy VJho Likes To Hear Siren
Faces Grand Larceny Charge

JACKSON, Miss., Sept. -27
(UP) An 18-year-old boy who
"liked to hear a siren blow"
faced a grand larceny charge to today
day today for taking an ambulance on
a wild ride that ended in gun gunfire
fire gunfire at a police road block 50
miles away.
"Police saldr Bobby Stinnett
admitted stealing the ambu:
lance from the Baldwyn Fur
neral Home here about mid-,,
night. He was stopped by a
volley of shots from Vfcksburj
police after he eluded a pur pursuing
suing pursuing highway patrolman.
Chief of Detectives M. B.
Pierce said Stinnett first drove
the ambulance to Mississippi
College In nearby Clinton and
told a crowd of students, who
thought he-was employed by the
funeral home, that ne naa come
to pick up a patient from the
girls' dormitory.
But he had no sooner unload unloaded
ed unloaded a stretcher than he said he
had an emergency call to Bol Bolton,
ton, Bolton, a few miles further down
Highway 80. :
One of the students, .Douglas
Luckie. went alone for the ride.
Highway patrolman Robert
Salley heard the siren, thought
there was an emergency, and
followed. The screaming ammi ammi-lance
lance ammi-lance at one point shot around
Salley 's car after the patrolman
pulled up to una wnat was up.
salley cauea aneaa to vicusuuig
to set up roadblocks,
The ambulance, siren suu
wide open, slipped through
Truck Driver Dies,
After Falling
Asleep At Wheel
BAXLEY, Ga.. Sept. 27 (UP)-
George. Marshall of Albany, GA,
was burned to death early this
morning when his tractor-trailer
truck crashed into a bridge on U.
S. 1 south of here.
Marshal died in the flames of
his Hamburger Motor Lines truck,
which was destroyed. Police' said
he apparently feu asleep at the
- Dryr


. Washert V

45th St. A Via Croatia BU Vista
, 3-128S

v Housei

FOR RENT: -Furnished house in
Ecuador Ave. No. 28 with three
bedrooms, two bathrooms, maid's
room with b a t ht interior yard,
garage, hot water, living room,'
dining' room and kitchen. Yon r
can hi it during office hours.
Also another house with 4 bed'
rooms, garden, ate. ;
FOR RENT. Furnished chalet,
i 2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
bathroom, kitchen. Apply 45 E.
No. 2-241, Bella Vista. Phone
3-5351, 8 a.m. ta 8 p.m.
j FOR RENT: Comfortable 3 3-bedreom
bedreom 3-bedreom chalet in Golf Height.
Rent $110 .Phona Panama 3 3-5329.
5329. 3-5329. -I
Vfcksburtr "before'-' it could be
stopped and was headed south
on Highway 61 when police stop-
pea it, with about 20 snots. Tney
flattened three tires and put
several bullet holes' in the vehi
cle. Neither boy. was hurt. : t
Luckie, who .told police, he
begged Stinnett to stop when
the patrolman gave chase, was
sent back to Jhli classes without
charge. v ,
' Asked his motive for stealing
the ambulance, Stinnett said:
"I like to hear a siren blow."
Ryan Named Head
Of CZJC Magazine
Tropical Collegian
Richard Ryan of Fort ; Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, a sophomore In the canal
Zone Junior College, has been
elected editor-in-chief of the
Tropical .Collegian, the literary
magazine of the college1 for the
academic year 1956-S7.
' Donald E. Ren tf row of Balboa
has been elected business man manager.
ager. manager. Ryan was graduated from
Fiour Biuii High school in cor
pus Chrisu, Texas, and Rent Rent-frow
frow Rent-frow irom Balboa High School.
The staff of the pubUcaition
also includes Norma Harmon,
Gus Mellander, K. C. Zimmer Zimmerman,
man, Zimmerman, Ralph McArais, Lewis Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson and Sallv M. Harrold. The
first issue of the magazine for
the current year is expected to
appear in October. J. A. Lyons
and Miss Dorothy Moody of the
College faculty are the advisers.
Italian Boot
Gets Wet
; ROME. Sent. 27 (UP)-Torren
tiaf rain drenched the Italian boot
from top to toe today, and long-
suffering Italians hoped it wouia
bring relief from the summer's
record, heat. As much as two
inches of rain fell in some places,
causing thousands of dollars dam damage
age damage to crops and creating a threat
of floods.-
$40,000 Jewelry
Stolen From Car
Of Salesman
OTTAWA? Sent. 27 (UPV-Police
today reported the theft, of some
$40,000 in jewelry from the car
of T or o n t o jewelry salesman
W.H.J. Browne.
Browne told police he parked
his car near a busy intersection,
but when he returned in about 15
minutes it was gone. The car was
recovered later. The jewelry was


BOX 2031, ANCON, CZ.
FOR SALE: 25 ta 60-cycl
converter, 1000 Warts capacity,
. assortment of amateur radio
transformer, 25 and 60-cycl.
Call Balboa 3167.
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds.
84 inches wide, fit concrete
juarter upstairs, kitchen or
., laundry; deep ft fryer; wall
cabinet; labl lampst TV stool
with wrought iron legs. 758-D,'
Baraeby Phona 2-2889.
baieh house. On mile past Ca Ca-ino.
ino. Ca-ino. Phone Balboa 1866.
fHILLIPS Ocoaaaid, CehW
Santa Oara. Bos 435y Balboa!
I??? -"7. Criara Criara-bol
bol Criara-bol 3-1673.
BEACHSIDE vacation Santa Cla Clara.
ra. Clara. Shnpnel's comfortable houses,
Phon Thompson Balboa 1772.
Spend your week-ends at Rio
Mar, tha bast .bathing beach, in
Hi Republic, with all convent.
oncos. Moderate prices.. Th new
management 'it anxious to serve
you. '.
Four US Airmen
Held In Germany
On Rape Charge
V,BIIERG'V Germany,- Sept.
vr-ruux airmen at the U.S
base here have been arrct.i
charges of assaulting and raping
a 14-ear-old German irl. the Air
Force announced today.
.The names of the Americans
and their alleged victim were
withheld. The, girl charges she was
assaulted by the four men Sunday
night and raped by at least one
of them. . i

Film Combines Authenticity Willi
Exciting Action Story

i v. Ar,A

unW heir gun. e empty, Ray D.nton and Grant WiUiam,
. go at it hand-to-hand, with the latter having a temporary
lVanta, in this scene fromrOute de The Law," Cniver-.
sal-International melodrama in whiph they co-star with
LeleExc"ungdea,ction is combined with a Mmi-documentary
Uhenticity ta make a thrilling and yet believable imelcdri imelcdri-ma
ma imelcdri-ma of "OUTSIDE THE LAW.the Universal-International
picture eo-starriug Ray Danton, Leigh Snowden mnd Grant
Williams which opens tomorrow at the , i
"'The nialn theme 'W the new film is a vivid and detailed
exposition of how a task force of U.S. Treasury agents tracks
down and captures not only the lesser members but also the
big boss of a gang of slick counterfeiters. There to also a
moving subplot concerned with the tortured relations be between
tween between a youth who has been a juvenile delinquent but
wishes to reform and his stern father who is the chief ot
v the Treasury task force. art-



Speevak ts Wainberg
Batteries ?
Tires b Tubes
No. 31
Automobile Row

1 Tel.

Large Assortment of

Wanted to Buy

; WANTED: 25-cycl. motor
V hp. Box 1107, Ancon.
WANTED : Dish koyal Doul Doul-ton,
ton, Doul-ton, hunting fr coaching scan.
FOR RENT: Furnished larg
bedroom, private bath, Bella Vis Vista.
ta. Vista. Phana 3-1648.
i?eal Estate
FOR SALE: Magnificent resi residents,
dents, residents, 4 bedrooms, independent,
residential ion. Apply Phona
iap Papers Say
Reds Confiscated
308 Fishing, Boats

TOKYO, Sept. 27 UPV -Janan- ;

fcse newspapers reported today
Russia has confiscated 308Japan 308Japan-ese
ese 308Japan-ese fishing boats this year inan
apparent ettort to compel Japan
to make peace on Russia's terms.
The press reports said 90 other
boats were held for a time by
Soviet authorities and then re returned,'
turned,' returned,' 76 of theYn without their
nets and1 fish detectors.
Russia has seized Japanese fish fishing
ing fishing boats In increasing numbers,
in recent years, 99 in 1954, and
238 in 1955. In some cases, fisher fishermen
men fishermen have been Jailed for months
as ''spies" or trespassers in Soviet
waters. a
Heavy Rains,
Floods In India
Cause 2 Deaths
' CALCUTTA, India, Sept. 27
(UP) Floods caused by 24 hours
of continuous rain forced hundreds
of persons to flee their homes to today.:
day.: today.: Several horses collapscd. collapscd.-Two
Two collapscd.-Two women were ouried alive in
one of them, -J
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tlAACP Chief Asks That Integration
Probs In Washington Be Stopped

WASHINGTON, Sept. 37 (UP) led because of what he called "an
The National Association for the unprecedented attack" made by

Advancement Of Colored reopie suDconinmwt counaw um
asked House Democratic Leader, Gerbei on Rep. Roy t Weir (D (D-Jnhn
Jnhn (D-Jnhn W. McCormack today to Minn.), I member of the eommit-

; "request" that t congressional in investigation
vestigation investigation of School integration
.-here be halted. k
It also, asked member at the
r, WmisR District' "Committee, t sub-

.7" committee ef which ii conducting
the hearings, to Join In requesting

that they ce stoppea. i ; :
"The nly thlnf we couli do is
. mkVt a reouest of them. out. we

' cannot order them," ; McCwmack
- had explained in a letter to Clar Clar-'
' Clar-' ence Mitchell, director -nt the

' HAACP'i Washington bureiu,
Mithll thercurjon asked Me

Cormack to request that the hear-

tags pe oaiiea. .1
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McCnrmack told Mitchell In a

letter dated Sept. 21 that he will
a nnnose m leeislstion recom-

, mended bj ; the ubcommiiiee uk misgloner nM been fighting
would attempt to undo (he ityilinrt insidious system of
vances made toward eUmmation t dmd f mclL by Us
of discrimination in the District bf ir.gs0. 7

Columbia or. elsewhere."

Rut h Raid ibt decisiot to halt

Or proceed with Tany tongitiofial
hearings is up to members et the,
full committee. Mitchell iromptly;


Weir urged in 1 telegram from

Minneapolis yesterday that tier tier-ber
ber tier-ber be suspended for "disgrace

ful conduct at the hearings. Mit Mitchell
chell Mitchell said Gerber wis quoted in
a newspaper account as spying
that "If he (Wier) wires me. 111
send him wire that will keep
him In Minnesota. He's evidently
running for office up there and
he's got to have some political

The Washington


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luu comminee. nl number of disputed cases in or-
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..'.?jJ2?Jri.J't eases ere ignored by1 to.

questing thatAha hearing! be halt-


tlf FALO. N.Y. (UP)

Silvio larbatt Tecentlj turned
dewit sn offer of Ufittl for an
utontobile that cost him only $50.

Barbatl, a garage operator, re
eonditloned the old ear's two-l

eyclinder engine 'and rebuilt the
wooden body. He also had the 42 42-1nrh
1nrh 42-1nrh wheels re-sroked and the

rims eapped with hard rubber
tires.-The eld machine made new

is ISO Chase runabout.

specters, who instead concentrat concentrated
ed concentrated on noting numerous small

claims from private individuals.
Fortunately, the nuota system

- was blasted by Harrington In

uttle-pubucued speech last spring
in Alabama; This was' followed by
Li letter to regional offices in

which' Harrlnrton insisted that

each casev be handled on iU
Complaints are still heard, how however,
ever, however, particularly about overteal-

us tai collectors who disallow
claims to small that the taxpayer

can't snord a legal light,

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tennis, awmming and diving. She holds girls' mark for throwing a baseball 296 feet

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Gsilant Fight Ends...

j'Babe Didrikson, Greatest Woman Athlete,
Dies After 3 -Year Battle Against Cancer

f BALVESTON. Tex.. Sept. 27 I

HvP) Babe Didrikson z,ananas, June a, was pui in an oxygen
t hthe 'greatest"" woman athlete of i tent Monday night.
I Imodqrn tlmest died at 6:28 a.m. Yesterday, G e o r g e and the
tortay, ending a gallant three-year. Babe's aister, Mrs. lily Grimes of
1 !fjrfit' against cancer. J 'Beaumont and her two brothers,
"..,'( ,' jOle Didrikson of Beaumont' and
'''At the bedside of the 42-year-il.ouiP, of Newton, took turns at

cild Olvrnwc champion ana peasiae.

Iprv ol golf was her Jiusband, for for-Imcr
Imcr for-Imcr wrestler George Zaharias,

and members ot me lmmeuiaie
; family, a sister and two brothers.
Ike end was not unexpected for
'the famous woman athlete... Her
-"(doctors disctosed last Sunday
tha-Mrs. Z harias condition was

ssrir-rfTiah- In Rio Halo
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the malignant growtn.
The Babe, cominea 10 ner
In John Sealv Hosnital since the,
I Weather Or Not
This waathar report, for the i
hours ondint 8 a.m. today. It r r-pani
pani r-pani by th MetMrologital an
Hrdregraphic Branch of tha Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company;,

High ........ 86 88
Low 72 75
, High ........ 98 92
Law 67 56
WIND: "i
lm. mpK) u 110 SI 0 .,
RAIN (inchor) T t
(inntr harbors) S3 ti
. 9:18 a.m. 1:25 a.m.
, 1X:07 p.m. 4:00 p.m.

TODAY! 75c. 40c.
1:30. 8:01 H-M. 7:00. 9:05 n.m.


atari mat

Babe Diriks0n Zaharias became the

day after her 42nd birthday last.
Zaharias told the United Press
early today he .was prepared for
his wife's, death.
fOC:3 Trcopr Will
En Anril MamifWArc
The Defense Denartment announc
ed today that Armed Forces wiuj
1 l 1-1 LIU! I I. 1
conuuci Julia auiuuiuiuua auu au-
borne training exercises in the
Panama Canal zone next April.
More than 10,000 Army a n d
Marine troops will take part m
exercise Carib Ex. Participating!
also will be 135 Marine and Air
Force aircraft and 24 Navy shipi.
The exercise will be under ;the
direction of Lt. Gen. William K.
Harrison, Jr. Caribbean Comman
der,.-.-... ;-.
Carib Ex was described In the
announcement as part of the Pent Pentagon's
agon's Pentagon's program for training under
different climatic conditions from
the extreme cold of the Arctic to
he humid heat of the tropics.'
Operations win take place on
the Atlantic side consisting of
Navy and Marine amphibious as assaults
saults assaults and Air-ground operations
in the Jungle, the second phase in
the Rio Hato area consisting of an
Army : alrbone assault with air
The Rio Hato area Is in the Re
public of Panama and the Pananv
aman government has approved!
us use, tne pentagon said..
Both phases -of the exercises
will be used.
The Pentagon said that militarvi

ana civilian observers from Latin! puisis, S9, a Greek citizen, and
America and the United States Ida Maria Pinzon, 42, Panama Panama-will
will Panama-will be invited. ,-.nlan. r

First Of Fan Dancers. Kills Hersell
Because World Had Forgotten: Her Body

-CHICAGO, Sept. 27 (UP)-Faith!she broke from a friend's grasp
QfAffl llarf rt t n t not liqimaPB I J 1 j it .a. a li

Bacon, first of the fan dancers
threw herself from a hotel window
yesterday In despair because the
world had forgotten, her once once-famous
famous once-famous body. ?
She was near death at Gram
Hospital. Doctors said she had a
fractured skull and perforated
lung. v, .;
Twenty years ago, Faith Bacon
was the toast of Broadway, the
Chicago World's Fair and bur bur-The
The bur-The slim, blonde girl added a
lesque houses across the
The slim, blonde girl added a
sensational touch to the art of the
strip tease when, in the' Earl
Carroll Vanities of 1930. in New
York, her costume consisted of
two swirling ostnch fans -and a
smoky spotlight. ;
But the big time ended for
Faith Bacon. She took an overdose
of sleeping pills in 1954 and, three
weeks ago, came back to Chicago
looking for a job along skid row;
strip tease spot. v
No one wanted her. Early today,1

World's greatest woman golfer


Information Office
2 Job Vacancies
Vacancies for two newly-created
civilian jobs in the Information
Office of USARCARIB were an
nounced by the USARCARIB Civi-
lain fersonel Office today. ,
The vacanies ar for an informa information
tion information officer (GS-11) and a publice
reiauon eaitor lus-sj. :t
' Applicants for information : of officer
ficer officer must have three years spec specialized
ialized specialized experience as araanaging
editor of a newspaper, special
page editor,, associate editor or
staff writer for a newspaper or
magazine, plus three years general
experience in the information and
publications field.
' Publications editor : ; applicants
""st have two years specialized
vApvuciivo ua ifuuucniiuna euuor
and writer, plus three years gen general
eral general experience.
General experience must have
been in the information field. Four
years of journalism in an accredi accredited
ted accredited college or university may be
ouuaumieu ior me general expe experience
rience experience requirements.
Applications for these positions
may be submitted tn tha riuiii..
Personnel Division, Office of the
ngjusiam uenerai Headquarters
United States Army Caribbean,
Fort Amador.
Judge's Bench
Fined $10 each In Balboa
Maglstrate'a Court this morning
were two women convicted of
trespassing in Tivoll : Commis
They were Alkaterlna d irm
and jumped through, a stairwell
window in the Alan Hotel on the
near north side. ;iv-;
She plunged two and a half
floors to the roof of a one-story
saloon. At the hospiatl, doctors
tried to contact her aunt and uncle
at Erie, Pa.,' and her husband,
song writer .Sanford Dickinson.
Buffalo, N.Y., to tell them Faith
was probably dying. :
Faith's friend and roommate,
40-year-old Ruth Bishop, said the
dancer got an allowance from her
famuy to seek a job in Chicago.
"She wanted' the spotlight
again," Miss Bishop said. "She
wouid have taken any kind of I
work in show business."
They argued, last night over
Faith's decision to go back to
Erie, Miss Bishop said. The danc dancer
er dancer hid in a bathroom, returned to
their room and started packing.
Suddemy, she dashed for tiie door.
miss Bishop graDDea ner arm
but the dress tore and Faith ran
down the hall and hurtled through
the window.

WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP) (UP)-A
A (UP)-A white high school teacher said
today her pupils decided that a

Negro member of the Board of
Education bed about racial inte
gration in District of Columbia
. .v.v T r .-: :
'"This poses a real prbblem,"
Mrs. Miriam L. Beau told a
House subcommittee. "How can
we teach pupils to be honest and
trustworthy when a member of
the Board ot Education makes
statements that children know to
be utterly false."
Meanwhile Chairman John L.
McMillan (D SC) of the full House
District Committee blasted any
hopes opponents of the hearings
might htve held for halting them.
He telegraphed his "congratula
tions to tne subcommittee tor us
"fine work" and praised its con controversial
troversial controversial counsel, William Ger Ger-aer.
aer. Ger-aer.
Mrs. Beall. a teacher at Roose
velt High School here, testified
that soon after : schools in the
nation's capital were integrated
two years ago a negro giri
shocked" white girls in her class
by announcing publicly, that she
was "an unwed motner."
The Negro girl "apparently at
tached, no stigma" to the situa situation,
tion, situation, Mrs. Beall said. She said
sue used tne incident as an
example to prove that Integration
"was moved along much too fast"
and with too little preparation.
Mrs. Beall said pupils in her
home room brought to school
yesterday newspaper clippings
telling that Wesley Williams, a
Negro school board member, had
accused Mrs. iva wells, iioose iioose-velt
velt iioose-velt High School principal, of
impeding integration.
"The children discussed, the
newspaper clippings in the class classrooms.'1
rooms.'1 classrooms.'1 Mr s. Beall testified,
"and they remarked that they
were lies."' r :.;'?',.;',
Mrs. Myrtle. C. McKnew, coun
selor at MacFarland Junior High
School, testified that a 12-year-old
Negro girl, who. already was an
unwed mother, became pregnant
a second tune last year ana naa
to be taken out of school
Mrs. James Beraot, Roosevelt
High School; physical' education
instructor, testified that a Negro
boy and a white girl were found
"writing love 1 letters to each
other" -at her school She said
this disrupted the school until the
principal arranged with the girl's
parents to transferrer to anqther
She said unless conditions lm
prove in integrated public schools
she is considering sending her
two children to a different school
system when they become of
irhonl ape. '
McMillan's telegram was made
public r by subcommittee Chair Chairman
man Chairman James E. Davis (D-Ga). It
apparently was in answer to a
nfea from Ren. Roy W. Wier
(D-Minn) that the hearings be
3 Drown As Dutch
Vessel Collides -With
Rel Ship
AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands
Sept. 27 (UP) A Dutch coastal
vessel with eight persons aboard
collided with a Russian trawler
and sank oft the northern Dutch
island of Ameland today. Three
persons from the ziB-ton uutcn
coaster Gruno were reported
drowned. The S58-ton Russian
trawler Kolomna rescued the
other five. .....
Of Tomato Paste
Nets $25 Fine
Five cans of tomato paste va valued
lued valued at a total of SO cents were
the undoing of Alfonso Antonio
Biron. 48, Panamanian, when he
entered Tivoll commissary.
Charged with petit larceny In
Balboa Magistrate's Court this
morning, Biron was fined $25.
Police nut down Faith's age as
"near 40. But that was the same
aae she gave when she wss ar
rested on a minor complaint seven
years ago. Her days as a bur
lesque and nightclub queen were
long past.
In 1931 New York showmen
George Carroll. Florenz Ziegfeld
ani George White voted Faith the
most beautiful girl on Broadway.
In 1934,' she and Sally Rand
wowed the customers with rival
fan dances at the Chicago- World's
Faith was still good enough for
star billing in- the "Congress of
Beauty" at the 184Q New York
WorldV fair. Later, she had to
orteoswsolraltitfseomins vbekai
settle for jobs in small towns or
off-beat spots' such as Calumet
City near Chicago or Tia Juana
in Mexico.
Things got so bad for Faith that
she sued a Rockford, III carnival
man in 1948 on the plaintive
charge: "I dance barefoot He
tried to break my contract by
(throwing tacks on the stage."

"Let the people


Ike Stoutly Defends Brother Milton


mst Charges i Of Appe

VSw& 2T17)- but I Argentineagreed to loans totalling more
J.-Ji7m.. .than $130 million for PeroVs

uiV ucicuucu iu oromer. mii-i
urn against marges py uemocra-
nc presidenuaf candidate Adlall
Stevenson that he had figured in1
vircaaciucui w u-rresiaeni juan,
Peron of Argentina.
By way of counter-attack,

Auennower declared that Demo-lha, amasd pmn and that a

crauc administrations not his
auiaiuuLrouua nau raanea sijoi
million to the Peron government
Hi eyas flashing, Mr., Elamv
newer said he bad ordered the
State Department to prepare a
full report on Dr. Milton EUen-
hewer's efforts, as the President
put it, to promote better friend friendship
ship friendship in the western hemisphere.
His own administration, he said.
granted Argentina $160,000,000 in
loans out waited until Peron had
been ousted to do it
He also said his administration
studied other ways to cooperate
with Argentina including help for.
construction ox a new steel miu
Jury Convicts
Matusov Of
NEW YORK. Sept. 27 (UP) A fe
deral court jury yesterday 1 took
ies wan two nuurs 10 cunvicv.
turn-coat former -Red Harvey M.
Matusow of telling "vicious and
monstrous" lies in an attempt to
keep Communist party leaders out
oi prison. .t
The chubby 29 year-old self-
styled Inventor Of the "stringless
yo-yo," who first helped convict
I second siring iiea leaders ana
then reversed his testimony, faces,
a maximum of 25 years in prison1
lor his turnabout testimony.
The illrv nf 10 mm and-tain
vnmn fnnnil Mhionn tilt
five counts of perjury during one
hour and 40 minutes of delibera-
tions. t
The verdict gave a clean bill of
health to Roy M. Conn, former
assistant U.S. attorney and contro-
versal aide to Sen Joseph R.
McCarthy, accused bv Matusow of
Bccnui ioo wawmwil anillji.
the Communists.
Thm imiranunt ohdrsnj Vntii
...V J.v.v.u...u. va.H.lku Ul.l.
sow iriea to aescroy v;onn ny
lying about him.
Matusow has been free in
$10,000 bail on a federal court con
viction in El Paso. Tex. for com
mitting criminal contempt of
court m nis testimony at tne mai
of a labor leader, ronvicted of f alj
sifying a non-Communist affidav j
it V.
His trial here began Sept. 18,'
but the case goes back to 1947,
when Matusow joined the Com-I
munist nartv. In 1951 he turned'
Informer for the FBI and In 1952,
he testified against the 13 seconrj
string Communists, who were con
victed of conspirinc against the
government --
Then, three years later, Matu-

sow said his testimony against the He will be sentenced Friday. In to vote. Terms of office for coun- gratulatica to President-elect Er Er-13
13 Er-13 was false. Two of the 13 won addition to a maximum of five cilmen will be for one or t w o; nesto de 'la Guardia, Jr.

new trials and were convicted

ogain only last week. i possible $2,000 fine on each of the votes the individual receives in' represented by Special Ambassa-
The government charged that five counts, for a total of $10,000.' the election. Every effort will beidor Harlshwar Dayal, who Is Min Min-Matusow
Matusow Min-Matusow used "one big single ter-i His attorney said he would made to create real interest in ister at the Indian Embassy in

rlble lie" to seek to set the Cora
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know the truth mnd the


ae said tne State Department'
report will be made public without
comment when it is comnleted.
The President was clearly ran-
auea oy Stevenson s charge in a
camnaien soeech at Miami that

InP.Ith Rispnhnui.L :. Bflnrimicitrnfinn1

member of the President's "oer-l
sonai tamuy assumed a special, if,
informal responsibility- for our re-l
lauonsmps witn Argentina."
Stevenson said the Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower administration had "made
loans to Peron and Peron in turn
piled up balance of more than
$100 million in Switierland for
tht benefit of .-. Peron."
Records of the Export Import
Bank show that the Eisenhowert
administration offered to lend the
government or businesses of Ar-
'gentina $62.5 million while' Peron
was in nower but that none of the
money actually was transmitted. I
The export-import records shows!
that tne Truman Administration
Former Red
Telling' Lies
munists free affpr aorvins th.
government's star witness against'
indicted on six
In July 1955, and
Matusow was
counts of oft-iurv
pleaded innocent to all charees.
Two counts stemmed from .an affi.
davit he signed that led to a hear hearing
ing hearing on a motion for a new trial
for the 13 Communists. Four1
Four taunts' concerned testimony.
matusow gave at the bearing.
. 1
One 'of the six founts was dls
i missed todav bv Federal Jurtv
John V Y MnHnW kafnu h.
sv tha k. 4..
In his testimony at the hearing
for the 1" Communists. Matusowi
I said he "dreamt ud" false statel
ments against- the Reds as a
"selling' point", for his services be
cause he was anxious to testify,
- Today, U.S. Attorney Thomas
Boln charged he was a "notori-
uua puuiil.ll.jr Btrc&CT..
1 Matusow, who exposed himself
aa lit,,, h. hi.
wct m 1 ,11 Ilia 111 1, 111 IJ, I it. I I9C
.wimess. nunnsned last vear.
; married artist Ellen Raskin of
Milwaukee In June 1955. She was
not in court when he. was
When the forelady of the jury,
Mrs. Martha Atweii, Larchmont.
N.Y announced the jury had
found him guilty on all five'
counts, Matusow shook his head
back and forth and shrugged. He
said nothing.
But his attorney, Stanley Faulk-'
ner. insisted on havinp the iurv
polled. The jurors repeated their
verdicts individually.
McGohey, at the request of the
government, increased Matusow s
$3,000 bail to $10,000 and gave him
until 4 p.m. tomorrow to raise lt
years on each count he faces a
I appeal..


8:58 p.m. 0.75 0.40


country is safe" Abnhem Uneoln.

gime or Argentine business firms.
Of this, about iioi.70o.floo!
was arawn oy tne Argenune gov-.
ernment. : . V
The President said he under
stood the opposition wa very dis-l
turbed that the u. S. government
kh 41,.
more than iiOO milUon and that
most of this sura had found It i
way into Swiss banks.
Mr. Eisenhower, in strong tones,
said it is true the United States
loaned the Peron government $130
million. But he said it wasnt the
Republican administration it was
the Democrats-r who made the
loans before Mr. Eisenhower he
came President
Mr. Efsenhewor aeid hi ad.
mmjstratien had not fivon Pe
ren a single loan. He said the
' story of the leans l one he ro ro-grtts,'
grtts,' ro-grtts,' but one which should net
bo brought to him.
The President spoke at length
when asked by a newsman how
he liked his brother Milton being
Drought into tne campaign.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dulles said yesterday that Milton
had made a constructive contribu
tion during a Latin American tour,
And Mr. Eisenhower said his
brother had, never taken any ac"
1955 Civic Ccacil
Fhrfllt Vl'l P
LlvtliilJ Will l
i!:!d On i::v. 6

: riuni nivp nppn pnmniJiinn in
Til ..-.-.' . 4 a .:'

hold Civic Councu elec onV at fhL.fSSSkHT' nd Mrs, ..Miguel

saire time this year under unl4r"'r amfa City; Mr.
form tegUtraUon and bkllotting' ,H 5" ter. ,f Pn

ruies, according to an announce
ment by the Congress of Civ i e
t Plan, tnw Um VnlJinn .(

form elections have been uader.' 8t- ftnd Mrs. B. O. Conner,
consideration by the Congress of Pi Qrry Heights; Mr. and Mrs,

Civic Councils were develoned atl
a meeting held recently at t h e
, Santa Cruz Service Center; The!
development of a program for uni
form elections for all communities
was suggested by Governor W. E.
riAlCl Ilia 1U3I lUCCUilK Will
Council representatives.'
Th. r. 411
X.I13 IUUV.UIB nLGlll 111.1, W.U.

iuk svul::AA limit wu, ... t j ... ....
in the Latin American! . '.
'byMgrS, of,,an enaon Her Envoy

ne louowea
Civic touncus: .
! Each council will appoint or
lect a nominating c o m m i 1 1 e
which will be responsible for' se
lectin g a slate of candidates for
the community wide elections on
Nov. 6, 1956. An electoral commit-
tee will also be chosen to conduct
and supervise the elections.
voting this year will be by bal-

'1?JS,2iNr Zeriand and Ceylon at MonJ

..if a,y, Residential inauguration.
mSdents Jof 'each MLZL. !i!3uest

and who ar bona fide residents of
the Canal Zone will be permitted :
years depending on the number of
this year's election.


1:15- 3:04 432 6:42

I aA '"I 'VS'



W except at theemiest of th.
re-ISUte DeoarSnenL ? V "v01

Mn Eisenhower said an agree agreement
ment agreement en a steel mill had not been
signed with Argentina until after"
the new post-Peron administration
came to power. He also laid loans
had been advanced only to tht
new government
In his reply, the President also
said that a trip his brother had
made to Argentina had resulted in
American news services getting
more freedom to operate in Argen Argentina.
tina. Argentina.
Little League
Boys 9; Girls 4
' Nine hov and four viri
feorn at Qorgaa Hospital during
we wees. ending ll midnight
Sept 24, according to the regu regular
lar regular hospital report. During th
ame period. 187 patients were
admitted nod 200 tfert dia dia-charged.
charged. dia-charged. yi i .;. ;
.y.V. '"5'',:'Vrt- "v"
Ta names and "addresses of
the pareata of thr boy babies
follow: Sgt. and Mrs. a.- j.
Flecker, of Fort Kobbe; ggt. and
Mrt M. P. Kahl, of CocollMr.
nd; Mrs. p. i. christman of
Gatoboa; S-Sgt. and Mrs. E. L.
Dywer, of Locona; Mr, and Mrs.
A. Rodrigues of -Panama ritv
Capt. and Mrs. J. h. Fort es, of
. .t
u- Dason, of Locoiw.
' Oilis WtTG hOTn tin lh fnllmir.
T. J.Bulnvan, of Gnmboa; Capt.
tnd Mrs. Jaime Barraza, of
Marglritar and Mr. and Mrs. A.
ouuui or cocou.
A ( I t
lJl!Pn Fliranth fj.e
To Monday Inauguration

Queei Elizabeth It has appoint appointed
ed appointed Hen Majesty's Ambassador at
Panani Ian Leslie Henderson, C. x
M. G., to be Special Ambassador
for the united Kingdom Australia,

Canadi and South Africa are
sending ipecial messages of con-
I The Indian government wm De
8:45 p.m 0.75 0.40

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