The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Panama -- Panama

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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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CANADIAN 17 IIISKY
' 'INTIRNATIONAL AlNWAYt
"Z.et people knou ith truth and the ceuiUry is safe' Abreham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R.. P., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I95T
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OF PANAMA

s a PRnpnsAT. for the resump--
tlon of diplomatic relations be-'i
tweerl Panama ana me o,w
Union ia being consiaerea y
several deputies tojhe National
Assembly, La Hora xepuru w
At the same time' the-1 tabloid
predicted that the proposal, u
presented will be opposed by
several local democratic groups
who argue that the Reds might
use the situation to convert
Panama int.n a beachhead for
International communism. :
:?:! PrPsiHnt : Temistocles
Diaz lashed out again last night
at president Ernesto de la Guar-
dla Jr. during a banquet m nuu nuu-or
or nuu-or of opposition leader Norber Norber-to
to Norber-to Navarro, who served more
than a month in Jail recently.
; niflr. railed the President
swindler and a thief because he
accepted our votes when it suit suited
ed suited him best." i Diaz once again
said Mr, de la Guardia should
"get out of the Presidency, f
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TheV National Assembly's Per Permanent
manent Permanent T,eirislatlve committee
yesterday up the tariff on cig
arettes but cui ine preseuu uu
ty on potatoes ana peas,
1 t:
" ContrQverstar Justice Vitelio
de Gracia was quoted as say saying:
ing: saying: the trial of Ruben O. Mi Mi-ro
ro Mi-ro and the other defendants
in the 1955 presidential as assassination
sassination assassination may be held nxt
month and should last about
2A ttavx.
d nracia." who was auoted by
the student news organ El Es-
tudiantil, is scheduled to be pre pre-aidinff
aidinff pre-aidinff iudee t the trial. .
Both Mlro, Alfonso Hyam and
their lawyers are opposed to trie
selection of De Gracia and have
repeatedly asked for his removr
ai irom. ine case.
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E.rc.ij I.i Group v
i
According to the, "Panama Can.
al Review,'! which came out to today,
day, today, -a report just, issued v tnc tnc-Group
Group tnc-Group Health Insurance Board,
says that' approximately 70 per:
cent of the. total eligible Panama
Canal 'force are now active mem members
bers members of the group hospitalization
insurance plan.
The plan has now been In oper oper-atioa
atioa oper-atioa for six months and results
the fart have been highly grati gratifying
fying gratifying both from the standpoint of
employe participation and the gen general
eral general operations. This was the con concensus
census concensus of the Board at a recent
meeting to review results of the
plnn and to discuss other business.
The Board is composed of ex of officio
ficio officio 'members from ; the Civic
Council aod labor Organizations
and elected representatives of the
employes Robert Van Wagner, of
the Maintenance Division, al pres president
ident president of the Board.-'
According to the'- report receiv
ed by the Board at its meeting,
there were 8,756 active members
of the group plan and applications
are being received at the rate of
10 to 12 a week. .
Up to July 30.- claims had num
bered 1,040, although a rapid rise
has been .noticed since trat date,
believed caused by. the large
number of cases of upper respira-4
tory inieclions auring August. All
claims have, been received. v
In aa announcement following
were urged to notify the Board
bf any change in salary, the birth
of a baby, or when a dependent
child .reaches the age of 19 years,
Such notifications are important
and may be made to the resident
ol the Group Health Insurance
Board at Bok Q, Balboa Heights,
it was announced.1
New employer joining the Canal
organization may become members
of the-group hospitalization plan
on a non-selective, basis (without
history) if they file their applica applications
tions applications within 30 days of their em employment
ployment employment date. .
Other employes who did not join
the group when the plan was be being
ing being organized may do so at any
time. Such applications, however,
are processed on a selective basis
which means that Mutual of O O-maha,
maha, O-maha, the .insuring firm, re reserves
serves reserves the right to exclude certain
iilnesses because v( past medical
history, i ; :.
LETTER A PUZZLER
ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. (UP)
IV'Uburn L. ilaven justifiably was
puzzled when he -received a letter
irom the Bernal.no County Selec Selective
tive Selective Service Board asking him
by he hd no itplective s-rvice
number. Waster S?rraot Hven.
father of tno cli -'rff. has been
ia the aimy lor i3 jears. j

Cienfuegos Revolt T.oll?
50 Rebels, 12 Soldiers
- HAVANA, Sept. 6, (OP)Some 50 Vebel$ t)d 12
government soldiers were killed in the short-lived uprising
yesterday in the south joast port city of Cienfuegos. a
government communique announced today. j
- In addition' 13 soldiers were ,wounded. ""f
v ; The government said previously that .loyal' troops
had recaptured the sugar port after a 10-hour flareup o
violence in Cuba's slow-motion revolt. ' j'
'Order hasbeen reestablished at Cienfuegos," Pres President
ident President Fulgencio Batista told newsmen la$t'-hfght.?tf'S-"',- t

The acknowledgment that
loyal troops .had been killed or
wounded-a-exceedlngly rare in
Cuban battle reports was
taken as an index of the fierce
ness of the lighting-,
The trouble started eariv ye.
terday. r when a band of about
100 rebels overran Cuba's south
coast naval- headquarters In
centuries-old Jagua Castle, built
by early Spanish settlers to de defend
fend defend the nort. ,
The rebels donned naval
uniform and attacked army
and police nosts in tbe city.
The outnumbered soldiers and
policemen were quickly over overcome.
come. overcome. K ,r i .
. Flsrhter planes t and medium
bombers spearheaded the gov
ernment counter-attack.
Bv v mid-afternoon. bombing
and strafing attacks had driven
the rebels out of military nosl'-
tions to hideouts in the city, s
Loyal sailors rallied and re recaptured
captured recaptured the naval headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. Soldiers from Havana and
Santa Clara shot their way in
to town to mop up rebel hold holdouts.
outs. holdouts. The ', flehtlnsr at Cienfueeos
was tne heaviest reported so iar
in the-revolt that began in
eastern Cuba nine months ago.
Age Limit Lowered
For Army Children
Tel. Carry ID Cards
The age limit for flepnndpnts re
quired to .carrv nn xlfnlifieaiion
and privilege, card lias been low lowered
ered lowered from 12 to 10, according to
Hearfauarters VSARCARIB. ;
This apnlies1' only .jto dependents
of: all officers serving with the
ArmyIn the Panama area. U. ,S.'
Army enlisted men in the Pana
ma-area who are authorized sep
arate rations, retired U.S. rni
personnel feidin in the Panama
area and U.S. citizen civilian per personnel
sonnel personnel emoloved bv the Depart Department
ment Department of the Army in the Panama
area.
Paraiso Hrh Bovs
Entertain Patients
A gropo of four high school
boys fro Paralso entertamed he
fiatients at Gorgas Hospital with
heir fine acapeHa singing last
Wednesday nighty Under-the
suDervlsion of the Red Cross
Director, they toured five wards.
They expect to make another
hospital visit on Sept. 25.. ;
The quartette- Is composed of
Glanville Davis, Jr.; his brother.
Raymond Davis; Norman Hinds;
and Wally Stewart. r

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DEATH ENDS A IIOLIDAT Rescue workers search for desd'
and in ired sfr a hOiioay suecial t.ain carrying 1.500 Rom
an Cs'.iViics home from a pilrrimsre and outing came apart
on a hiU r,d can::d more tosn 175 parsons to their cleth
nee- Kenc"?'. Jstti- -a, B.W.I, bout 500 others were injured,
J'o.u of tr vt t;rp in runaway coaches that plung plunged
ed plunged cicmn a lSD Xoot eaibankracrit. ... i

Fast ciasnes. between rebels
and loyal troops had Involved
dozens, rather than hundreds of

meu. ... .
Fluorescent Lights
h Be Inslalled i
InGaillard Cuf
i Bids for the installation of a sys
tern Of experimental lighting in
Gaillad Cut, between Culebra and
Empire reaches, are now s being
suucueu ny me ranama i;anai Co.
The 'bids are scheduled to he o o-peped
peped o-peped at 1 p.m. Oct. 2 in the Ad Administration;
ministration; Administration; Building at Balboa
Heights.
Part of an over"-alI plan to -,ln-crease
the Canal caoacitv and nrn-
vide safer navigational ..facilities
through Gaillard Cut; at night.-the
project will call ? for the installa
tion of 20,000 nonshielded floures floures-cent
cent floures-cent lights mounted on steel stand standards
ards standards rising approximately 30 feet
above the surface of the water.
The lamps, according to the spe specifications,
cifications, specifications, will be spaced, approxi approximately
mately approximately 300 feet apart alonff th nut.
side of the curve between reaches
ana 400 teet apart along the in inside
side inside of the curve and on both airiu
of the quarter-mile approaches.
When the. work is completed, ft
is expected mat ine new system
will provide "mild illumination"
for a distance of 3,400 feet giving
good visibility oft both bank ..lines
without glare to the pilots. :
- niTiii Ming io pinns, ine vroiec
hou'il be comr,n:i.ed wi(i..ii!an.
proximately seven months ... Hter
tne contractor Jiasibecn. given not

Panama Raises Tariff 250
On Aji Imported Cigarettes

-Two developments were view viewed
ed viewed with considerable Interest
today by local, cigarette manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers and) distributors of
foreign cigarettes.
.The P. Lorillard Co., todaj; an announced
nounced announced the selection of the
Panama Tobacco Co. as the first
Latin American firm authorized
to manufacture Kent cigarettes,
which came into prominence
recently following two favorable
articles in, successive issues, : Of
the Readers Digest, v. i
The other 'development was
an Increase of approximately
250 per cent in the tariff on lm
ported cigarettes yotedyester-

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NEGROE3 ENROLL IN KENTUCKY SCHOOL White students jeer at Negro students ar arriving
riving arriving by car to-enroll in previously all-whit e' sturgis, Ky.rHigh School. As ihe '17 Negro
students left after enrolling a crowd of some 300 whites met them and taunted them with
threats and catcalls, but there was no violence. f' t
U.S. GOVERNMENT STATE OF ARKANSAS
FACE EACH OTHER IN ARMED: TRUCE
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'- WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UP) The United States government and the state of Arkansas
faced one. another today in what amounted to an armed truce inthe Little Rock school In
tegratlon controversy, awaiting action tomorrow by a Federal judge on a petition to "suspend
integration temporarily." i v
Armed National Guardsmen continued-to pace thelrtroutads at Little Rock's Central High
School, storm center for the past four days f Negro effort to achieve compliance In the
South with the Supreme Court's deierrpralln n mlinrs. v

Arkansas Gov. Orval E, Faubui also kept armed guards at the gates of the executive
, mansion, despite President Eisenhower's wired assurance to him yesterday that Federal a a--
- a-- gents did not plan to seize the governor and had not tapped telephone wires to the mansion.
Noernps seeking .dmittanre' let It wa miimpd rt'alnpV witlA Soma brvn "aT "ufo

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... i ... ii we who nut
peeled to appear at the school to-
day nor did they show up yester-
v -day.
day by the Permanent Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Committee of the Watlonal
Assembly. v
According to the olll, the tariff-on
each gross kilo of cigar
ettes will be : upped from the
present $1.65 to $4.00 on Jan, 1.
1958, to $4.50 in 1959 and to $5
The Panama Tobacco 1 Co.,
manufacturers of Panama. Dos
LReales and other, cigarettes, was
chosen by .the UJS.- manuiactur
ers of the reyolutlonary Kent
cigarettes mainly because- pf the
high, quality of the local manu
facturers products, tne an announcement
nouncement announcement said. -,
Kent cigarettes will be manu manufactured
factured manufactured by the local company
with tobacco Imported from the
VS.- according to the formula
indicated by the lorillard com company
pany company and will be fisted with the
Micronlte- filter, which accord -f
ing to the magazine articles fil filters
ters filters more tar and nicotine than
other cigarette filters, 'v v .1:
The tariff on imported cigar-'
ettes 1 aimed at protecting the
local industry.' -However, some
manufacturers' argued -"against
the tariff being too high" be because
cause because they feared It would only
serve to increase the traffic of
contraband cigarettes from the
Canal Zone. ; '.......
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Manufacturers who testified
before the committee declared
uibi, wicy naa do lubcntiun ol
increasing the price of locally-
made cigarettes witn tne
cation of the new tariff
Army Needs :
. Language :
Instructors t
Qualified civilian '.laneuaee.

Instructors In German,-French.) personnel In this area, -a -Russian,
Italian and Japanese! The immunization program
are needed at Armv education will be on a voluntary basis and
centers In the Canal Zone. lthe Health Bureau will estab-
' .. f Uish a schedule of charges for
' Instructor fees are the same the vaccine prior to the begin begin-as
as begin-as those m the ; Canal zone.nlng of the program,
school system and do not -n- While the initial supply may
filet with dual compensation: be sufficient for all those desir desir-statutes.
statutes. desir-statutes. i iing Inoculations,, the vaccine will
Those Interested-In teaching first be made available to four
off-duty group study classes in groups of employes whose work
any of these languages should increases their exposure poten poten-contact
contact poten-contact education advisors as t!al to the Asiatic Influenza and

ollows: Fort Kobbe. 84-4155-
n. i tin :
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Davis, 07-5K -. i

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an parties concerned, had adr"fc
ed a "wait-and-see" attitude1'- aft after
er after Federal 'Judge Ronald N. Da Da-vies
vies Da-vies said he would conduct' hear hearing
ing hearing tomorrow on the -school
board,' newest petition, to his
nnrt. nrrtp ri,
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s ; v. rif'1 : s
'; Virgil Tw fetotsem, the harried
superintendent of schools, joinad
' five school board lawyers in
(ignint the petition which ask asked
ed asked Diviti to "auapind inttgrS-
- tion mporarily" for "tho good
of H pvpils."
The petition said that following
state interference with the
board's gradual integration plan,
students as well as their parents
had divided into tense factions,
some favoring the plan, others
considering it "ill-advised."
uavies would not comment on
why he set the hearing on the
petition two days after it was
presented.
In his telegram to Faubiis,
prompted r.y tne. governor's claim
Federal agents planned to "seize
the head of : a sovereign state,"
F.isenhpwer urged compliance with
Davies' Federal court orders to
integrate Central High School.
1 The President, in the strongest
stand he has taken on school in integration,
tegration, integration, asked Fanbus to "co "cooperate"
operate" "cooperate" with the US. District
Court. r
He pointedly reminded Faubusl
that the Arkansas National Guard,
which the governor has used to
defy, the orders- of a F e d e r a 1
court, was largely supplied by the
Federal government. v

Asiatic Flu Vaccine For 9,000 Persons
Due To Arrive In Zone Late This Month

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I 'x gupply of vaccine specific
Against the 'Asiatic strain of ln-
t uenza Is exoectea to oe receiv
ed late this month by the Cenal
Zone Health Bureau for the lm
monization of Panama Canal
personnel and their dependents.
It was announced yesterday oy
Col. Charles O. Bruce.
-- The Health Bureau has requi requisitioned
sitioned requisitioned a sufficient amount for

Wj.00O persons In Its initial order.

This supply is independent or
vapr.lne to be sunnlied for the
immunization, of Armed Forces;
whose services are essential to
;. v r,nii
tci wiiii viuuiw u, ms
organization. These roupa la-

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'Considered this a viWd wrning
thf"th government could .with .withdraw
draw .withdraw its support and recognition
of ; tho Arltantat. guard which
la(t year alone ivcoiwid a Fed Fed-oral
oral Fed-oral cash subsidy of $5,500,000.
.-ine government was ipreparing
for a showdown in court with
raubus. t'l
Justice Department sources said
the federal government must sue
cessfully assert its Constitutional
authority in the controversy or
face almost certain defiance of
integration orders in other areas
Typhoon Bess Hils
Japanese Kyushu
Vifh Full Fury
' TOKYO, Sept. 6 rUP)-Typhoon
Bess pummeled the southernmost
Japanese island pf Kyushu with
lashing winds and blinding rain
today, and initial reports indicat indicated
ed indicated considerable damage might be
incurred 'when its full fury hits
-the island.,
. At noon today, the Pacific ty typhoon
phoon typhoon was only 90 miles south southwest
west southwest of Kagoshima, tbe southern southernmost,
most, southernmost, tip of Kyushu, and lashing
and southern portion on the island
with 50-mile advance winds and
rain that; threatened to overflow
rivers. t
; Kyuymn wss hit by destructive
typhoon triggered floods only a
little more than one montn ago.
Nearly 500 persons lost their lives
in the foods'.
7
elude Panama Canal pilots,
shio-boarding personnel, em em-plc3
plc3 em-plc3 of Gorgas, and Coco Solo
Hospitals, and school teachers
The Immunization program
wDl be" conducted for the first
three days after the vaccine is
received for these groups of emr
ployes. Following- this three-day
period, the supply of vaccine
will be apportioned to the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic and Pacific sides of the
Canal Zone on a population bas basis
is basis and vaccinations will be of-
fered to residents of the Canal
Zone over six years, of age for
a period of one week. Canal em-
ployes who resideautslde the
rni y.nn win ifc rAovlded lm-
muni za tlon suhseauent to the:
two initial programs.
The vaccine against the Asia-;
tic strain of Influenza has only

recently become available In the; arrival of .the' initial shipment
United States. It was necessary of vaccine late this month, Coi Coi-to
to Coi-to develop new vaccine since Bruce said thatjadditiona) sup-:
the Asiatic, strain of Influenza' plies will be requisitioned aa may
vima i a nrtant of another be needed. Several lam drug

type of the disease and vac
.tn. .mIamiI wr4
(mml Ka tr.f f -t iv aa-alrtst
o utcwiiqii ..tv.
.. w v
the new type which lira ap-

War Babies Boost

High
By 117

; A bumper crop of 6702 children had been register
ed in the Canal Zone United States school at the end
of the first day of the new term, according to figures re
leased today by the Division of Schools, 'j
. This number, which includes all students from Kin Kindergarten
dergarten Kindergarten through Junior College, is one of the largest
enrollments in the history of the Canal Zone schools and
represents an increase of 83 students over the first day
enrollment of the previous year. , ..
On the first day a total of 3792 children were reaister

ed in the elementary schools, grades on through si.
The Canal Zone Senior High schools, where the so
called war-babies are now being enrolled, reported a to total
tal total of 1 275 students, an increase of 1 1 7 over last year4

nrsr day of school.
ine zone kindergartens had a
total of 559 pupils this year as
compared to 532 on the first day
last year ana tne Junior nigh
schools reported 939 students as
compared to 957 last year.
' The Canal Zone school with the
largest enrollment on the first day
was Balboa High School with a to total
tal total of 947 students.
The Balboa Elementary School
reported a total oi 842, from kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten through grade six, and
Jthe Korjbe Elementary S e h e o 1

Former Prisoners Testify, j. brine
Guards Made Them Hit Each Other":

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP (UP-Two
Two (UP-Two former brig prisoners told a
court-martial here today a Marine
ffiiard forced them -to hit each
other to determine who would
have to "clean up after" the
hriff' mascot doe.
But one of the two key witnesses
m the trial ot 2i-year-uiu iiu.
Fiifen w. Osick of Luzern. fa..
refused to definitely identity him
as the man who, gave tne
orders.
Charles W. Vaughn, 20, airman
from ; Youngstown, Ohio, saw
Osick "told Brown to. hit me,"
after the brig turnkey, Sgt. Law-
rence Jennings, oraerea ine iwo
. J J Al. A
men to the "red line" nesr Jen
nine' dealt, it sounaea use
order. Then Brown hit me ana
then I was ordered to hit Brown."
Vmifhn said the blows were not
hard at first, but they got harder
when Osick compiamea mi wasm
hard enough." The sailor told tne
court that finally, "after three or
four blows,, Brown fell to his
knees."
Airman Calvin W. Brown tow
a similar story, except ne iaiu
I don't remember who the guard
was."
Testimony from an Army pri
vate and a Navy medical officer
highlighted the first session of the
trial,, ordered following investiga investigations
tions investigations last spring.
peared In epidemic proportions
in Asiatic countries bordering
the Pacific.
Health Bureau officials had
expected introduction of the
new strain of influenza here
much earlier and late last June
issued a warning about its pos-l
slble Introduction in tnis area.
However, no eases have been re reported
ported reported to the Health Bureau In
which the disease has been
Identified locally. v j
Extensive tests were made
during the-recent epidemic of
virus-type Infections of. upper
respiratory organs which caused
symntoma of influenza but no
cases were found to be the Asla-
tic variant or other types Of in-
fluenza.
In announcing the expected
manufacturing firms are now j
nmrtiirlns' th nw vaccine and
, i -- -
amnl aunnlies are emected tO
r," . . m t.
ee avauaoie iswr in tne

life

Schools

Students
come in third with aa enrollment
of 750 In. kindergarten through
grade six. 4
School authorities pointed t
that the enrollments' on the first
day of. school did not necessarily
represent the total enrollment for i-
the school year since there are a'
large number of students still m
the United States on vacation. t
' Last year, first dav enrollments
had increased from (619 to C730 at
the end of the first week of the new
term. - -,
Pvt. Donald Slaughter of Ft.
Hood, Tex.t testified that Oaick
and Marine jSgt. Lawrence Jo Jo-ningg
ningg Jo-ningg played a half-hour game el
blackjack last March U and the
Kaac in eacn nana was a punek
at the soldier's stomach.
Jennings is among several ether
former guards, all removed frona i
their posts after the investigation,
accusd of brutality, Osick i tho
first from whom a general court
martial was ordered. -.; :
Lt. Charles E. Hollernan, i
medical officer, testified ho ex examined
amined examined Slaughter thoroughly be before
fore before the private's admissioa to the
brig and that he had "no marks
on his chest, abdomen -er any anywhere."
where." anywhere." '. -, ; v
But Hollerman said when he
amind Slaughter en the following
day, he had "bruises en his body
from the neck down ad heavy
marks on each aide of his abdo abdomen
men abdomen which could deifnitely have
been caused by a blow of a fist."
Testifying about the alleged:
blackjack game. Navy man Lea-
hA"' a,' Miami,
said "I heard somebody say 'hit
me' (a blackjack term meaning
tbe apeaker wants another card.)
Then the other party said: rTn
busted. 'It's your turn te go hit
him." .... t
He said he also heard "loiidf
grunts and groans, like a man ia
pam.
Evacualed Seaman
In Good Condifbri
Af fvArna'f MArnfM
- Seamaa Gerald C. Bain was r-j
ported to bo in good conditio at
Gorgas Hospital after he had bee
evacuated from -the Cape Male
Coast Guard Station. Panama yes yesterday
terday yesterday evening in an Army kalis
copter. :v s, ,i
Bain, a Coast Guardsman, waa
reported to have a fever.- Com
pleting inter service teamwork.. aa
Air Force flight surgeon attend attended
ed attended Bain during the keScopter
trip, and the evacuation was ar.
ranged through the CaribbeasT Air
Command Rescue Coordination
Center.
Piloted by Capt Jack C. Coff
man, of tbe 137th Engineer Cona-
ptBy (Aviation), the H-lf hthcop-
ter was dispatched from Howard
fie!d about J:25 p.ra. Thursday
and completed the round trip
bout 7:30. Bam was takta at aee
from Howard te Gorgas Hospital.
Co-pilot was 1st Lt. David C
Jayne, also of the 937th Company.
and Cap. Fred Ten lyck, of the
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Bir;
Ir.year.

Xi!?SjSr thft there was nothing to the business Of getting

the giants of the sei-from ocean
&htara
.P?Ae f ho
i h. Guided souls who
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the would be no Canal Zone
the would be no icanai ato?

OTIS SSd-TSw bought the morale Ttti
whf an ftte primary purpose of the Canal, (the Locks) 40 an
f11 tednot the manifestation of r ece nt events We to any
logicaUy thlnkhiR man, that there was an absence of morale m
of this establishment think ltt powers wm ne ..Behold the
rTgl!?s r 80
Wln4 a those who will not see. Tht Shadow.

MAIL
Sir
iieceritly received a magazine
rturif had written a message to.
- .i?JE5S -.fi makes it first

S by trTostmasier before I received W. who
the extra postage-the postal clerk or me?

ma-messages of a personal nature on, mu w H t h

"rtOTMTdtfi'
been steamed open by this cieric
vT:i- Perhatis some day
PERCENTAGE.
wiernng w "mZr
i!i L'ZrZZiWT Breed. Just
ouWood.) m

,' ; lttdTol Tl8 lesTthan the other in gain
Jllr'SSifut look at what one eats,

n-tmX to isk the doctor or Tnursl here did the donated
SSSfftSU 4hoCEv.en0".he didV ttedoctor'. repW

jwould be: "Son, this is the-best nyper iouu w in .pj-SrT-
thiitrh it mav be A. B. AB. or O, white, eolqr-

' 4m rithniio.. Protestant. American or Panamanian).

BLiUt Vww-7
Well, let's not get
'driving at for example:
Well, let's noV get this issue
ring at for example:
a TTB-rate employe, worKing

4S800 oer annum for nine years will have earnea ijz,uo pius
J!?lSS"8eW) totafing $58 844 or a yearly average of
.51.00 or a monthly average of $543.00 in 1957
i' mile a local-rater working at $100 monthly in 1948 1 or
!ilM0 yearly for nine years, will We earned $10,800 plus $9180
85 Increase) totaling $19,980 for a yearly average of $2,220
m $185 per month. There is a vast difference in the U&rate
which went from $300 a month to $543 in nine years gaining
$241.00, and the Local-rate which went from $100 a month to
1185 In nine years, gaining $85.
' .Compare these as comparison of codfish and hamburgers,
when all commissary prices, Panama jand the Canal Zone, are
almost the same. Shufer.

A Glamorous' Bracelet...
'J. Surprise, iTs a WafcM

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to oceaiu
S planted within the-minds
are intrusted with the destiny
are intrusted with the oesuny
instauation, they began-kt cut
n ..r...flnd which are known
SQUALL
ih which a Canal Zone postal

me. ioin ".ra,?, "u"r- ne

- class. If it na,
in receive
and find it has been censored,
ana ia DteMtad.
INCREASES
7s"ouien employes were in-
jiist on account
imagine we're ; W human oe-
elri,n :'htooto save' his life.
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Mortimer
New York
The Price of Scandal r Bf ore fce
flew to Hollywood,; Michael Mord-aunt-Smith
was quoted In- the Lon London
don London Sketch as saying he paid as
little as one pound ($2.80) for sto stories
ries stories for the magazine that's, on
trial. He said bis files (since re'
ported looted) contained the per personal
sonal personal secrets of every English and
European notable that they are
like an iceberg only 10 per cent
above water and 90 submerged!
i From Pittsburgh on the Pacific:
Steve Cochran and Denise Darcel
causing that 'current Hollywood
heat wave ... Is this new,' or did it
already come out in print: I mean
the Jane Wyman-Gail Smith en engagement?
gagement? engagement? He's the. -Procter i and
'Gamble exec Bob Calhoun, he'
Ginny Simm's ex, likes to dance
with Frances Gould, the -TV ac ac-tres.
tres. ac-tres. (Maybe it's because she
doubles as an Arthur Murray dance
teacher.) ... Claire Bloom likes to
dance with Gore Vidal. He isn't a
dance teacher. He's a playwright
... Hollywood's comment on the
news of the day: Sugar and. spice
and everything vice.
It Goes On and On: Those long longdistance
distance longdistance calls to Lyda Fairbanks,
society canary, are from Farley
Granger ... Please, please,, please
Rosemary Ridgewel, quiet down
and let me catch up with you. Just
heard you're the new girl w of
Michael Quinn, of "New Girl in
Town" ... Irene Wrlghtsraan Done Done-gan
gan Done-gan sailed quietly for Europe solo,
now comes the report she'll seek
those papers from the Earl of
Donegan, former Notre Dame foot
ball star ... A double vision when
the Baxter twins (Ann and Jewel)
the belles of the Beaux -Arts, dined
UM th Cuban 4uggr king He's
ai me narwyn witn muuo San.
sugar daddy.)
You don't have Mo answer, von
can always take the fifth: Are Kv
Francis and her long time swee sweetie,
tie, sweetie, Dennis Allen, secretly mar mar-A
A mar-A Bernard Schubert,
the TV tycoon, and 21 Club feud feuding
ing feuding over property? ... Made your
reservation for "Ice CaDadea of
'58" due Sept. 4th at the Garden
(If you don't, you may miss this
thrilling spectacle.) ... How can
they do this: I mean the clamp
down On the use Of millrarv nlan.c
for transporting Christmas shows
w iroops at sucn God-forsaken ov overseas
erseas overseas bases as Thule, Greenland?
ever other kind of boondog boondoggle
gle boondoggle flies for free.) Unless Michael
ean O'Shea, of the American
Theatre Wing, can convince the
State Dept. of the essential need
of this morale booster, It will be
iacu Ms jreaf 4 v-. s
I could eo on and. Ait 'imi i
Think I Will.): Audrey Hepburn,
in town to exploit ''Love in the
Afternoon," gave, orders to? the
Pierre Hotel that her pooch, a
mutt named "Famous," must have
specisl che'-prepared ground raw
meat, ana to make doubly sure,
her press i gent, Joe Wollhandler,
of the Rogers and Cowan office,
personally supervises the kitchen
staff- (It's a dog's life. I mean a
press asenti is.) ... Zsa Zsa (a1
bow did she get in here again?)
ain't kidding abou. her desire lu
do a series of kiddie records for
Dot, and she. ain't kidding with
Denny Slater, either ...When did
King So.omou find time to sleep,
with the thousand or so things he
had to do? (Just slipped it in to
see if you re still here.) ...Barbara
Rush is getting the real rush from
Grant Williams: Martha Hver is
on fire with Ross Hunter, and
have writer s cramp.
Don't Sell Me Short: I'm con
vinced I'll never be another Les-
ue bourn, jun on weex aner
ran an item about the rags-to-riches
success story of Cliff But
ler a former press agent and
sports announcer, his Aconic Mines
in Canada blew up when the stock
blew down from nine to one, ai
ter a bear raid. When last heard
of, Cliff bad made a voluntary as
signment of his assets in the bank
ruptcy division of Superior Court
Goes to show what a plug from
Mortimer can do for a guy. Call on
me anytime you need a lift.
IT COULD BE VOISE
"A Quasi-war is in existence"
Such is Washington's insistence:
We've heard of Prussians, even
Russians,
But tell us, who in beck are Quas-
sians?
John Milton Hagen
, This show is up ia the air: One
of the cutest gimmicks of the year,
Called "Show Plana at the Roxy."
! opens there Friday for a six-week
run. It was dreamed op by Bob
IRothafeL the Roxy production ge genius,
nius, genius, and smart, attractive Betty
Murray, blonde with a big idea.
1 Betty is the gal who originated the
15 day show planes to London,
; Paris and Rome. She takes
i"Dray-ma'r pilgrims te Europe's
'fabulous theatres, festivals, ete.
land they get to meet top thes thes-'piana
'piana thes-'piana at garden parties on Dukes'
estates. (Next jroup goes Oct 11
on Pan Am). This new Roxy m m-stage
stage m-stage show is a musical, flrlie flrlie-grb
grb flrlie-grb version of what happens on
one of Betty's sky tours. She and
Rothafal combed Europe for acts
and background. Ia Rome they
found their "Cinderella Girl" wne
will trademark the snow. She's
Elena GiustL a bloade singer of
the type admired alike by million millionaire
aire millionaire and marquis. So if yoa caat
afford a trip to Europe now, a
Bifbt at the Roxy will do almost

PANAMA A51ERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

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Who's; Exploiting
By BOB RUARK

It seems to me that this, is pre precisely
cisely precisely where I came in.
The franc is spinning; the Ger German
man German mark is sneering at the Brit British
ish British pound, the heirs of the Hitler
Youth are entertaining a new lead leader
er leader over the steins in the bierstuhes,
and there is trouble in the East,
as usual.
The American Congress is knock
ing edges off the military appro appropriations.
priations. appropriations. The Imam of Mukrat is
mad at the Insultin of Omar or
something. Somebody in British
Somewhere is yelling about kick kicking
ing kicking out the British, who must be
weary of the boot by now.
The ghost of the late John iBuch iBuch-an
an iBuch-an is writing the' script in Syria,
and I expect to sea Greenmantle
arrive any moment. Alfred Hitch Hitchcock
cock Hitchcock rides again, Mi. well, and
when they hit me with Martha
Dodd again, the other day, I. just
wanted Ito sit down and I have a
good cry I expect the greatest sin4
ever commuted against a Dorea
world was when F.D.R. got his
Dodds mixed and annointed Mar
tha's old man as ambassador to
Germany.
I have just read a long piece in
the London -Express in which A A-merica
merica A-merica is now being accused of
all kind of guilt in stealing British
oil from the Middle Eastern Arabs.
This is the oil the British right righteously
eously righteously stole from the. Middle East
ern Arabs, but dog my cats if
somebody named Bernard Harris,
writing with a flame-thrower, does
not revive the corpse of Andrew
Mellon.
Poor John Foster Dulles, that
beleaguered man, is regarded as
something worse than a confeder confederate
ate confederate of the Saudi Arabians in this
evil plot to steal the oil the British
stole, which -is the kind of logic
you run into these days.

C-A-L-U-ll-G
ALL GAMBOAIIJ!
dailinq all amboani

Now you TOO can enjoy
HI-FI in its maximum

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expressiop
And. it must be

(GRUriDIG)
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HI-FI of course!

We have Special Duty-Free
k Prices for yon of course I

CAS A S

No.

"Forward, March!"

Harris says in part:
"But remember this. The RuS'
slan threat- to our oil id: the Mid Middle
dle Middle East is not the only one. There
is a second threat. It comes from
the Americans.
"So far the Russians have not
succeeded in taking away a single
barrel of our oil. But the Ameri Americans?
cans? Americans? They have taken millions
and millions of barrels from areas
that once were ours.. For this is
the harsh reality. The precious fuel
on .which their prosperity depends
becomes ever harder to find with within
in within their borders. Thatls why. they
are showing themselves every bit
as keen as the Russians to get hold
of Britain's oil interests in the Mid-
"MEET McCRAW" Frank
Lovejoy, the "McOraw" Of tele-;
vision's private eye series, says
he's turned ta TV, because
that's where the hiring is. He
says more people recognize him
now than when he played only
in movie parts.. v

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MUEBLERIA

PARTON

26.109 Central Ave. Calidonia

die East."
Our friend knocks his own peo people
ple people for playing footsie with old
Andy Mellon, then ambassador to
(Britain, in a 50-50 deal with the
Arab oil, and seems shocked that
Gulf Oil was principally owned
by old Andy, who certainly want wanted
ed wanted it all.
lit. Harris kills me with this
one : "So in the most incredible
way y we' threw 'away; these vast
Middje East treasures hich were
oursalone to exploit.
Obi brother, it sho' db depend
on who's exploitin' who. i'
I used to read nearly every line
in' every paper I could lay hand
to, and devour the news magazines,
but you need a gypsy fortune-teller,
these days to decipher all the
trouble that is served, steaming,
rlailv. t cah't make out half the
time whether Jimmy Hoffa is buck bucking
ing bucking for. head of thcArab Lesue
or.7 if .Johnny D)o. wif belthe: new
envoy to the Qaia Strip. :
As faf as I care make out today,
Presidents Eisenhower it really

, ;,Z'ii ha hrfPen are swuo srate oanxs as a-

cus. What ever happened to -Cyprus?
Arethey moving the fran franchise
chise franchise to Los Angeles? W'
Rptween the rows over segrega
tion and Confidential and Krus Krus-chev
chev Krus-chev (never could spell that man s
name, ana couiani care
Ann't ltntia who killed Cock Robin,
let alone the name of the last La
tin American president tney Dump Dumped
ed Dumped of to The only comforting thing
i. v.. w U minor revolu
tion ffnine on ih Cuba, and that
St least I can understand, if only
because the outs get tired of the
.lin Kv tha In nnd Wim 80106.
I believe the fish are biting n
my neck of the woods. I think I U
A oath inme and let uave xec
-worry tne trouDie m
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WERRY
WASHINGTON i- Despite all the
headlines and the sure-shot specu specu-lations
lations specu-lations that Jimmy Hofta will be
next neaa ot tne xeamsiers, msinc
fact is that AFL CIO president
George Meany has received thou
sands ot letters from individual
Teamsters and locals pledging
that they will bolt Hoffa if, he
iries to take tnem out ot the Alli
en.
Actually Meany thought he had
promise from' honest John Eng
lish, the Teamster treasurer, to
start cleaning house sometime a a-go.
go. a-go. But English was slow. Result:
Hoffa's surprise acquittal bounced
up against English and for Hoifa.
Neanwhile other honest
Teamster, Congressman Jack Shel Shelly,
ly, Shelly, Democrat of San Francisco,
had been too modest about letting
nisi candidacy, become known.
Shelly fought Dave Beck's goons
20 years ago at Long Beach add
nearly lost his life. He opposed
using baseball bats and c a r 8 o
hooks to keep longshoremen from
going on tne docKs.. so Teamster
goons used those same weapons
on him. They bashed in his chest
ana nearly put out one eye.
Shelly is now serving in C o n n-gress,
gress, n-gress, has a fine record, suffered
from a "heart attack, but still con
siders himself as physically fit as
ttisennower or Lynoon jonnson.
He is willing to run, but like
Eisenhower,, wants to be drafted.
In his casef i however, the Team Teamster
ster Teamster machine is. all on Hoff a's
side. whereas in Eisenhower's
case, the GOP machine was on
ixe s siae.
Result: Despite grassroots sen
timent against Hofta, it will be a
miracle if Shelly is drafted. r
Inspecting the Banks
An unusual thing happned the
other day among the banks of the
48 states, which don't usually a a-gree
gree a-gree unanimously. They all tele telegraphed
graphed telegraphed Eisenhower, recommend recommending
ing recommending the same man for the Feder
al Deposit Insurance corporation
which guarantees safe deposits 'to
the American public. This was the
first time in 55 years there has
been complete unanimity among
the Association of State Banks.;
The man they recommend was
William A. Burkett, superintendent
of banks' for California.
Ienorine this unanimity. Eisen
hower appointed ex-congressman
Jessee Wolcott of Michigan to this
key pOSt.- .... ..
Wolcott is a fine, honest old gen gentleman
tleman gentleman who retired from Congress
after serving on the House Bank
ing .and Currency Committee. But
his appointment, runs counter to
the policy Ike announced at : the
Williamsburg governors', confer conference
ence conference to give the states more par participation
ticipation participation in Federal government, t
For the FDIC is now dominated
by the national banks, rather than
tne state naKKS.
(" And what most people perhaps
including E shower don't rea realize
lize realize is tha' national banks are
not subject to FDI inspection, .on .only
ly .only state banks. Furthermore,
mere are suuo state banks as a
;';Cl; Bank' Scandals lifii
,' ' . (
Jit's in the state banks where
the big scandals have been occur occurring
ring occurring in some cases right un under
der under the nose of the FDIC. Tfle
snussouta $271
THD
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GO tiOTO

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t oiiw riAatoN

FDIC was involved when Orville
Hodge stole $1,200,000 in Illinois..
And one reason Burkett got such
enthusiastic backing from -his
banking oflicials was because he
cleaned up a serious little publi publicized
cized publicized banking scandal in Calif or
nia. i-vM-A
There, Gus Johnson, r longtime
treasurer of 'California, a Republi Republican,
can, Republican, was caught Owing, the banks
$101,000. These were the same
banks in .which he placed millions
of dollars of state funds, interest interest-free.
free. interest-free. f n r s , k
Whenever certain banks wanted
some state money to help their
balance they .could call up Gus
Johnson and he would oblige with
interest-free deposits.,- 1
- Here1 is what banking superin superintendent
tendent superintendent Burkett found that the
banks did in return: -
"The Central bank of Oakland1,
he found, "wrote off $68,000 of a
loan to Johnson as a loss.: Tha
directors believed the loan should
not have been made. .' .The' bank
was a depository for millions of
dollars of state funds at the time
it made loans, to Johnson.
"The American Trust CO. loan loaned
ed loaned Johnson- $13,700 at favorable
interest rates over a 10-year pe period,','
riod,',' period,',' Burkett also reported, "fi "finally
nally "finally writing off $3,000 to losses,
despite the fact that he had $4,383
on deposit in his commercial ac account,
count, account, f K , -. '.
"Johnson borrowed several thou thousand
sand thousand dollars a year from trans
amerfca Corporation,", Burkett al also
so also reported, "and to this date
some $40,000 of loans to Johnson
have not been repaid."
When Frank Belgrano i became
head of .Transameriea,, he prompt
ly cleaned this up.
The superintendent of banks al also
so also charged the treasurer of Calif
ornia- with using- state supplies,
telephone, and state workers "for
promoting his mining stock Sales
ana other, promotional scnemes.
, Though the California 1 scandal
was mentioned only casually in
the California press and ; pretty
well-suppressed in Hit Republican
Controlled California legislature,
Burkett's work was known in bank-'
ing circles : throughout the nation
and that's why state bankers rec recommended
ommended recommended him ', so vigorously
though unsuccessfully, for the FD
1C.
-, -m e -NOTE
What labor needs today
is a czar like Burkett to r i d e
herd on its union funds and do for
labor what Kenesaw Mountain Lan Lan-dis
dis Lan-dis did to clean up baseball. Men
like Hoffa and Dave Beck nave
destroyed so much publie confi confidence
dence confidence in labor, that it will take a
tough cleanr-up to store pub-
lie confidence.-
NO TUB EQUALS DIVORCB '!
- r
CLEVELAND (UP) A Judge
today pondered whether a; wife's
denying her husband use of the
family bathtub for 12 years la
grounds for divorce., Eugene S.
Klepek, 41, testified that he had to
use the basement laundry tubs
because his wife became infuriat infuriated
ed infuriated "if I left a towel out of place
or dripped water on the floor."
upstairs. .
" Chooee and register your
favorite Corham Sterling
pattern well in advance of -,
Uie wedding lay ... '-; v
snake gift tehction easy and
accurate for friends and
' relatiTea. Be smart start
with a sinale teespooa frot
$3.75,
included. Come ia today, ;
- tee our. Bridal Cotmeelor,
A then make yovr selection...
mate it with china
and crystal

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rum AT FPTFMBER 1957"''' ' - '- "- THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT JJEWSP A
NEWSPAPER
PACT TBRBI

First: Pay felefirisioiilBrings Backs
Memories Of Early Years Of Video

-''RAUTTFSVTTTE. Okla. fUP)

'The nation's Iirst pay television

program turned back the clock to today
day today to the early days of. video. ;
Curious neighbors "crowded" into
the living rooms of some of the
300 customers who Tuesday- paid
to see the movie "Pajama Game
and "Mississippi Gambler" on
their TV sets. V
Tnt going 'to take steps to keet
my home from becoming a movie
theater," one customer, complain complain-,ed.
,ed. complain-,ed. "This" is as bad as the early
days of TV." f , :
Another viewer, interior decora decorator
tor decorator Ronald Darrah; said, "I like
movies and thjs is the answer.
Vou can stay home and see
them." Darrah said "B a i a m a
Game" came over clearer than
TV, films available fromTuIsa,
V Movie exhibitors from across the
nation and a recresentative of J.

LIFE WITrt FATHER

' KINGSPORT, Tenn. (UP)
Edgar Spears' two teen aged
ons solved a legal problem,; but
yit f didn't make their' father too
happy. Police couldn't arrest
Spears for drunkenness because
he was inside his home, so the
two' boys dragged him' outside
where the arrest was legal.

Arthur 'Rank Studios of England

ioined townsoeonle to watch the

historic projection .through a plate

glass window at tne Lyric xneater.
Th- movies Tan continuously as in
the theater yv yt"
"' ',; ; ' ' '
Some movie men said they

didn't think ;th(j project would be

successful while tne movie chain
sponsoring the ftelemovies" said
they thought it would, inspire peo people
ple people to see more movies. ;
The northeastern Oklahoma oil
refining town of 28,000 was decor decorated
ated decorated with banners across the
streets which read .; "Bartlesville,
the first telemovie city in' the
wM.;V;,, v;
Telemovie was cir c u la t e d
through the city on the initiaf 300
sets' receiving it b wires from a
Projection booth at the theater,
ustomers pay $9.50 a. month to
see a package of 13 first run and
about the same number of re-run
films. A switch is attached to their

regular TV sets which does not

hinter watching regular neiworx
programs.
Two oroiectors and two sets of

wires at the Lyric broadcast "Pa "Pajama
jama "Pajama Game" : and "Mississippi
Camber". from 1 p.m. until mid midnight.
night. midnight. A movie is shown through

once, followed oy a live minute

intermission with music, and is
repeated all day.

Jr. College Offers
Accounling Course
After Work Hours

' A class In Intermediate account accounting
ing accounting is scheduled for the fall ses session
sion session of the Canal Zone Junior Col College
lege College which will be open to individ

uals at worK ;:
' The classed will be held from
i-in nm on Mnndavs and Thurs

days s and will be conducted, by

Shepard Clark.
intprpsfed in taking this

course may register at any time

or at tne next ciass meeting own own-day
day own-day afternoon, it was announced
at the Junior College. Those re registering
gistering registering for this course should
hova nmnlpted a vear 'of training

;n elementary accounting,; i

".The "' intermediate accounting
courses have proved popular in
the past and the classes are sched scheduled
uled scheduled at hours convenient for indi individuals
viduals individuals who work' normal office

hours.

A WHALE OF A PROBLEM-
Mirur vnBir TTTM The San

itation Department today had ,' a

wnaie. oi a.cieau up. yivuxin vu
n. kmilc Tha Vlenartment was

trying to figure Out how to get rid

ol a au-iooi aeaa woaie iiiai was
washed ashore at Rockaway point

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' DOC'S LIFE With all the 4alk about leading "dog'a life,"

Brownie, an Austin, Texas, poocn, aeciaea io ,maK iixe peopie.
.All dressed lor a morning stroll, Brownie takes time- out for a
cool drink; supplied by her master, .... ,.

CAS A ROSADA . .EL BATURRO . LOUTA

AND NOW

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PEN WOMEN CHRISTMAS CARD PREVIEW
At HOTEL TIVOLI THIS EVENING
i The Canal Zone Branch of the National League of
American Pen Women will hold its annual Christmas Card
Preview at the Tivoli Guest House from 4:30 p.m. until 8:30
p.m, this evening. ,
f Tea and cocktails will be served. Original Christmas
tards will be sold, and authors of three popular children's
iooks "Panama Pattie," "Dede Gets Her Tonsils Out," and
fThe Pelican Tree and other Panama Adventures" will be
present to autograph copies of their books.
X The Preview will Tie continued tomorrow morning, and
-cards and books will be available for those unable to attend

Joday.
Dinner At Italian
Embassy Will Honor
Minister Of Fowign Relations
The Italian Ambassador Dr. Ric Ric-cardo
cardo Ric-cardo Moscati and Mrs. Moscati
will give a dinner party tonight in
honor of the Minister of Foreign
Relations Aquiline Boyd and Mrs.
Boyd.

naldo Freagosa gave a reception
last night at the Embassy at which
he decorated publisher T. Gabriel
Duque with Brazil's Order of the
Southern Cross.

Publisher Decoratod
At Braxilian Embassy

The Ambassador of Brazil Agui- and Mrs.

Carlin-Critch Wedding
Miss Harriet Critch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Critch of
Curundu became the bride of
James August Carlin. son of Mr.

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Mr

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and
and

Mr,

Curundu on Saturday, Aug. 3 at
the Sacred Heart Chapel.
Father Melvin officiated.
The bride, who was given away
bv her father, wore a nylon dotted

swiss gown with lace inserts in
the skirt and a lace top. She wore
elbow length lace gloves and her
veil was lace with a rhinestone
crown. She carried a bouquet oi

white eladiolas.

The maid of honor was Miss Flor

ence Bauchman.

Miss Jacqiielien Gilbert had

charee of the bride s book;

The hest man was Mr. Robert

M. Carlin. Ushers were Mr. John

F. Gilbert and Mrs. William R
Carlin' Jr.

A reception followed at the Fern
Rrwim nf the Tivoli Guest House.

The bride and groom both grad

uated from Balboa High 5chooi.

The groom is now with the U.S
Armv Air Force.

They. will make their home in

Tampa, f Joriaa.
"Noeht Tipiea" (
Is Dtspadida
For Rul-lans
A "Noche Tioica de Panama

was the theme for the despedida
honoring Air Force Major and
Mrs. Charles Rul-lah of Albrook

Air Force Base, before their de-,

parture for Saragoza, Spain,
Hosts for the party were
and Mrs. Woodrow Kelly, Mr.
Mrs. Louis De Armas, Mr.
Mrs. John L. Fischer, Dr.
Mrs. Carlos Briceflo, and
and Mrs. Charles Garcia.

The Garcias home in Balboa,
where the party was held, was

heautifullv decorated for the oc

casion, with bateas and native
flowers and fruits. The ladies wore

Panamanian blouses and SKins.
Organ music by Mr. John Ridge
and native dishes prepared by the
hostesses were enjoyed by sixty
guests from Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone.
Days Family Return
From States Vacation
; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Days and
their four children returned last
week from a three-month vacation
in the States.
The first stop was at Memphis,
Tennessee. Mrs. Day's home town,

where they stayed with her sister
and hrother-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
H. R. Johnson. They visited friends
and relatives here.

' 'f ronTtW they urovr to Maiw
ed, 'California- to Wt Ofr. an

Ms. SiU. WW, lOTDier resiaenis

of the Canal ZoneV

On the way they stopped at Salt

Lake City, Lake Tanoe ana neno,
From there they went to Disney

land, then to San Francisco where
they took the train back to New

York.
They returned on the SS Goe

thals. stopping at Guantanamo

Bay Naval Base Cuba and San
Juan, Puerto Rico.

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VIENNA, Va. Mrs. Edwin B.
Lawless, on hearing she and her
husband had been given a certifi certificate
cate certificate for rceiving the 50-millionth
FHA toan:
"I feel like I've been on a quiz
show." . v

MR. AND MRS. JAMES AUGUST CARLIN cut the cake fol fol-lowing
lowing fol-lowing their wedding at Sacred Heart Chapel on Saturday.
Mrs. Carlin Is the former Miss Harriet Critch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Critch of Curundu.

US Weapons Will Be Airlifted
Into Jordan, Says State Dept

Enriquoi A. Lope
Fotod On Brithday

Mr. and Mrs. Alva E. Neal of

Washington D.C. plan to celebrate
the birthday of their son Enriquei
A. Lopez with a party today.
Enriquez, who is a Coast Guard
Cadet in Norfolk- Va. is the nep nephew
hew nephew at Mr. and Mrs. J. B. de Gar Garcia
cia Garcia of Panama.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 (UP)
The United States plans to ship
American weapons to Jordan next
week to help the Middle East na nation
tion nation defend itself against any pos possible
sible possible aggression by Syria, jt was
revealed today.
The U.S. shipment was disclosed
as the State Department an

nounced that Secretary ot siaie
John Foster Duljes would present

a special report soon 10 rreMueni,

Eisenhower on Communist pene penetration
tration penetration of Syria.
r.,iiae' rennrt will be based on

information gathered by Loy W.
Henderson, deputy undersecretary
of state, who returned yesterday
. li.Hav trin to the Mideast.

Henderson said upon ms

that the Syrian suuaiion w u
serious it could affect the whole

free world.

The exact amount or naiuie ui
the shipment to be air-lifted to Jor-

dan was not aiscioseu. xuj
described as small mobile weapons
presumably guns with high fire firepower
power firepower which could be carried On
truck afid other vehicles-
The i weapon were to hae
air-lifted t Jordatf this week, but
unexplained delay I were encountr
ered. Therefore, officials said,
they will be flown into Jordan the
latter part of next week, accord according
ing according to present plans.
There was a tip-off to such pos possible
sible possible action in the State Depart;
ment announcement of Dulles
forthcoming report to Eisenhower
on Syria. TT
The department said that Hen Henderson's
derson's Henderson's report would be 'given

further study m tne iigni .jni-

vant principles" oi ine unucu no notions
tions notions Charter and the Eisenhower
nnrtrlne approved by Congress

early this year.
The doctrine provides that the
President can send aid to Middle
East nations threatened by ag aggression
gression aggression or subversion and even
dispatch troops to such countries

if the nations request them.
Troops would be sent only as the
very last resort.
The United States has been
under heavy pressure from Syria's
neighbors to take some action to
show American support for anti anti-Communist
Communist anti-Communist states in the Middle
East. The arms shipment to Jor Jordan
dan Jordan was intended as a dramatic
example of such U.S. backing.

Dulles' report to Eisenhower
will be made either at the Presi President's
dent's President's Newport, R. I., vacation
headauarters or in Washington if

the President comes to the capi

UNITED 'NATIONS, N.Y. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary General Dag Hammar Hammar-skjold,
skjold, Hammar-skjold, in warning the General
Assembly on the p r o b 1 ejn s of
world power:

"These all too easily may be become
come become the occasion for' arousing
passion, fear and hatred, and lead
in turn to violent upheavals and

to toe ultimate disaster of war in

this atomic age."

WINNIPEG, Man. Dr. J. C.
Hitchie, Arctic scientist who with
an associate lived for a "month on
blueberries while stranded in the
Canadian woods after their canoe

was smashed:

Male Reader Seeks Answers
To Questions About Women

"WHY. is it" asks a man who

sayt; he always reads this column
during his lunch hour "that a

woman...
"Will take, at least 15 or 20 min

utes to lead up to her reason for
making a telephone call to anoth another
er another woman? Do women actually

consider it bad manners to come
right to the point when imaking a
telephone call? ... '-. i

. "Will claim she .hasn't a thing

-ft wear when her closet if full of

clothes, yet figure her husband

ought to be .pleased', to wear his

three-year-old blue suit and tell

her how thought! ul she ; waf to

get it cleaned and presesd?
"Never mseems to mind having

herf husband comment von another

"We were confident they would' woman's intelligence -unlesa ihe

come and get us eventually. We

must have eaten about 20 to 30
pounds of blueberries during the
month of August. That's what
kept us going." '
JHOUSTON, Tex.-Lt. Col. John
F. Schlecter, Ellington Air Force
Base hospital commander, .on the
survival of three airmen who
bailed out of a, disabled bomber
into a hail storm six miles up:
"There is only one other man in
history who left a plane at the
speed thev did and lived in tell

about it. Tpeir escape is miracu-

iuua, jJiKUVUlcual. t. ;
WASHINGTON Loy W. Hen Hen-derson.
derson. Hen-derson. State Department trouble-

shooter who just returned from

the Middle East, on the svrian

situation:

"The situation in Svrh is rath

er serious in. fact extremely seri serious.
ous. serious. The Syrian situation miht
have serious effects ;ua the secu security
rity security of the whole free world."

woman also happens to be good

looking? ; ,-,

"Always has to change, het

ciotnes 'Detore she can leave the

house?' ':v:'s'i. : jr

"Hasn't'the .vaguest idea of

what a minute is? When" she
says. 'I'll orily be a minute. she

probably has in mind that she
won't be gone longer t h a n an

nour. ,vSt ."v. wiv r.,--"IS
determined that she and

her husband will never be the

first to arrive 1 anywhere? Since

somebody has fo. be the first to

ARMED FORCES IMPRESS
TAIPEI, Formosa' (UP) Gen.

Wang (Tiger) Shu-ming, chief of

staff of the Nationalist Chinese

armed forces, said today he was

greatly impressed" bv the prog

ress made by the U.S. armed

forces since his last visit to the

United States five years ago.

tal. No date was set for the meet- Wang returned last night from

ing put it was expected to De neiaja tnree-weeK inspection tour oi j Britain in 1,300 years

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Mother Of Five
FiirdrSherAbout ;
To Have Quints
LONDON UP) Mrs. Lillian
Solly,, a 79 year, old mother of
your, was told yesterday to pre prepare
pare prepare for five more. more.-"
" more.-" Doctors said she would .give

birth to quintuplets Nov. 5.
Her husband, Roy, who makes
$29.40 per week as a hotel cook,
left the hospital after hearing the
news to buy a drink at the near nearest
est nearest pub.

I don't even remember drink

ing it," he said later.

arrive at any party, why is every
woman determined it isn't f ein
to be she and her husband?
"Gets such a sense of accom
plisbment about just talking about
reducing? It would seem to a
mere man that what counts in di

isi o tuo jnuf'Uii lust, jdui. ryvni
n seem to get, noble feeling just
from letting everyone know they
are on i diet. ,
"Think that marriage gives
Jvoman the right to correct her
hiithsnd anil tfi.t l..

ory of jusf how a "thintf lis

doesn't jibe with his, hi memory
is bound to be at fault J"-,

care to iry to answer this man's
questions,' ,any of youd 'wobim

BEAUTY TIPS

Household gteye' prdtict wom women's
en's women's hands 1 from waxesj ils, dirt
and strong toaps. A- woman wh
uses glove's, how'evef, will find
them more effective if ah, re re-moves
moves re-moves them occasionally. This al
low the hand akin ,tp breathe and
perspiration, to evaporate. K e e

gloves clean for .best protection.
' Some women pride themsel vet
m growing long. ;'.claw:", without
breaking a single one. However,
claws detract more than they add

Lnans well-manicured and at a rea

son able length will do more for
woman than the longest Bails in
captivity. i x,
Notice how r squint lints in increase
crease increase during goajj weather? Ma Many
ny Many housewives like to sun their
laundry for that freshs smell. How However,
ever, However, hanging clothes in the sun
can harm the eyes. So fasten aa
extra pair of sunglasses to a cloth clothes
es clothes basket or clothespin bag and
wear the glasses when ; in the,
sun.

Solly, who now is taking caTe

of the other children, in a, two two-bedroom
bedroom two-bedroom apartment, wrote Queen
Elizabeth II giving her the news
and pleading for a bigger house.
If born alive, the Quintuplets

would be the first set recorded

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GUARD AGAINSt FLU
VATICAN CITY (UP) Health
officials have clamped precau precautionary
tionary precautionary controls on tourists, pil-

erims ana vaucan 8u'"
workers to prevent the spreading
of Asian flu in the papal state:
of tourists and pilgrims,

known to have come from areas

where the disease nas oeeu prev prevalent,
alent, prevalent, are being denied entrance

to the Vatican.

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DOLORES
and her TRIO
in the CLUB 4: SO
Fri Sat. it Sun.
with
WILSON CORTES
winner of last Wed.
Variety Night Show.

THE BARON
Popular MC.
and Calypso
singer, on weekend
plus surprise acts
in the informal
Balboa Bar. Also is
M.C. on Wed.
Variety Show.

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LUCHO
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playing for
SUNDAY BRUNCH

CLARENCE
MARTIN'S
Orchestra
playing in the
Bella Vista Room
with singer
Betty Williamson

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Protestant Churches Seek Unit:
Overcome Roman Catholic 'Bigness'

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" OBERLIN, Ohio, Septv-6 (UP)

' The warning; was sounded in a
men warned today that i "rivalry

to Roman Catholicism" is an un unchristian
christian unchristian motive f 0 f Protestant
unity. 1.
The warning was sounded in a
major i study paper presented to
the North American Conference on
Faith and Order, r- an 1 eight -day
meeting on the campus of Oberlin
College, Representatives of 47 non non-Roman
Roman non-Roman churches are exploring ap

proaches to union. ;

The paper, analyzing the actual

and ideal motives for,; Christian

unity, was prepared by a Nash'
ville. Tenn.. groun headed by Pr,

Roger L. Shinn, 'professor of
Christian ethics at Vanderbilt Uni

versity Divinity School, it was one
of 16 study groups which spent

two years of intensive prepara

tion for1 the conference.

v Fear .Ojf Bigness
It aHnowledeed that fear or en

vy ofi Roman Catholic 'bigness"

is one of the factors tnai prompts
some 'Protestants to seek 'unity.

"One detects '.the reasoning:
They. are working together; we've

got to do the same or they'll get

ahead & of us,' the Nashville
groups said. "Now and then it
seems' that the only cause that
can draw together some sharply

divided Protestant groups is in a

protest against an ambassador to

the Vatican." v - 1 r

Dr.' Shinn a nd his colleagues
said that "this spirit is unworthy

of the gospel."

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"When- churches that cannot land, sectionalism

find unity in the gospel unite to
oppose another1 church,. we are far

from the unity of iove, loyalty and

witnes that cnrist asks."
j-a Non-Christian Motive

Another y non Christian motive

for umty, the group said, is the

desire to set ud one great bis

church" simply for the sake of

bigness. i , 1

"In a -culturet where 'bigger'

and. 'better' are almost synony

uous, it looks obvious to some

people that the church should get
into the pattern. 'of American suc

cess. They said v General Motors

producing r several 1 lines of cars

within one corporate structure

Why not let the : Congregational-

ists and Episcopalians compete
within -one big church?"
The Nashville group also saw
danger in trying to achieve "a

sort of unity at too -easy a cost"

by ignoring : honest disagreements

On theology, me spirit ot toler

ance and compromise may be

carried too far, it said, if it means
that modern churches can "blithe

ly disregard'! doctrinal differenc

es "that our loretatnen died a a-bout."
bout." a-bout." The naoer saidf the real "imper

ative" for healing divisions among
Christians is deeper than any

practical argument about "effici

ency. The Bible makes it clear

that "Christ specifically calls for

unity among 'his followers." The
whole Christian gospel of 1 0 v e
"condemns any form of disunity"

that promote "strife, jealousy

By OSWALD JACOB?
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Until a better one comes along

today's hand will have to go as
the swindle of the year.
The hero or villain was the
well known F r e n ch expert.

Georges Theron; the victim, an

unnamed South,

The bidding is not approved.

The slam should have been bid
in no-trump rather than in
spades since a successful heart
finesse would have Insured the

slam irrespective of how the
spades broke. Of course, six
spades should have made also
but here is what Monsieur The Theron
ron Theron did to South. v

ine opening teaa or tne eiub
Jack was won in dummy and the
king of spades led. Monsieur

Theron dropped the queen.

wow soutn entered his hand
with the. ten of diamonds and
led a spade toward dummy's ten
spot. He did not mind losing a
trick if East had started with
queen-Jack of spades blank' but
he wanted to guard against los losing
ing losing two trump tricks should
West hold four to the jack-nine.
West won with the Jack and
for want of anything better to
do led a second club. Monsieur

Theron trumped and the handi
was down. v f
Like most hands of this type 1 1
rather doubt that it took dace I
except in. someone's imaglna-

uun, yet me wnoie piay was
fairly logical. Monsieur Theron
knew from the Wdding that
South would hold the heart ace.
He also could see that the hand
was, bound to. make uflless tts
side-could pick, -up two. trump

iricM ana mti nis sensational
play would be the only way to
get them.

nv witai

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PEIDAT, SEPTEMBER 195T

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Aanyfhesr Pneeented
Tm a. rfavton Officers' Wives

- A regular business meeting and

ceffe was held oy tne ion unr
4m nffiMir'x wives' Club or

wrfnM1Y at 9:00 a.m. Presiding

wax Mrs. S. A. Messner, who o-

Reports on activities of the club

tre reaa Dy Mrs. v. u.
jr wire Sepretarv: Mrs. J. W

Meeller, treasurer; chairman
h welfare committee. Mrs. J.

wnirAr Thrift Shoo committee,

Mrs. George Heck; Hospitality Kit

committee, Mrs. James n. oyu;
riiin committee. Mrs. R. H,

Heckinger, and Publicity, Mrs
T Hfnrrliuv

Attm rennrti bad been read

iat lailif members were in'

tredueed by Mrs. Messner, club

nnsMent. The suests and new

MmVii Included Mrs. Ralph A.

Jones, Mrs. D. A. King, M r s
Jamea C. Starr, Mrs. William Sin
v Mrs. Burr E. Adams. Mrs

James D. Harrow, Mrs. Lee A
Ahr Mr. frank J. Jansen. Mrs

R. P. Parry, Mrs. E. D. Daily,
and Mrs. 0. E. Roberts.
Pnilnwin introduction of the

guests, the meeting was adjourn

ed by irte president ana me gum
speaker was introduced by the pro program
gram program chairman, Mrs. George
Hack. Mr. Henry Summerfruend
ntnrexentative of the firm of

Afercurio's in Panama, addressed

the club "on Gemology. Following

Showing at Your Service
Center Theaters Tonight

BALBOA 6:15 1:05
Martin and Lewis
TARDNERS"

DIABLO HTS. 7:00
THE QUIET SCN"

Late show 10:30 p.m.

"MAN WITH A GUN"

fiAMBOA 1:00

"TERROR AT MIPNIGHT"

GATUN 7S0(I

"THE CONQUEROR

MARGARITA 6:15 -7:55
TTHB 7th CAVALRY"

Late show 10:30. p.m.
"THE PETTY GIRL"

CRISTOBAL 7:00

"Earth vs. Flying Saacers"

PARAISO 6:15 6:10

fTHE BOSS"

Late show 10:30 p.m.

("TENNESSEE'S PARTNER"

LA BOCA 7:00

fTHE 7TH CAVALRT" and
hwiSSlON OVER KOREA"

SANTA CRUZ 7 p.m Only!

"cage of uolu" ana

("THE DARK. MAN"

the interesting and informative

talk, Mr. Summerfriend presented
the club with a beautiful amethyst,
which will be used by the club in
a forthcoming charity benefit. He

completed his presentation with a
question and answer period which

featured a display of valuable

gems.

Hostesses for the club meeting

were Mrs. F. J. Tare, Mrs. T. J.

Tiedeken, and Mrs. Burr E. A A-dams.
dams. A-dams. Mrs. Joseph Walton,: honora

ry club president, presided at the
coffee table, which was attractive attractively
ly attractively decorated with a centerpiece of
jewelled fruit from China, a mi

niature tree of jade, on an antique

mirror with gold frame. Door
prize, sterling silver cigarette and
place card holder, was won by

Mrs. David Ramsey.

The Fort Clayton Officer's

Wives' Club will be guests of the

Fort Kobbe Officer's Wives' Club
at a luncheon in October.

Mrs. Anthony Coder

Retuynt From States

Mrs. Arthur Goulet of Ancon re

turned this week by Diane from a

trip which took her to several
parts of the States and Mexico to
visit her children. In Florida, she
attended the graduation of her

daughter. Theresa, from Florida
State University, and from there

flew to Mexico and New Mexico

where she visited another daugh

ter, Mary Gertrude Zgone and her

family. In Chicago Mrs. Goulet

visited her son, Leo, who is assist

ant to the Export Manager tor tier

ber Baby Food Co. From Michi

gan Mrs. Goulet went to Buffalo,

N.Y., to attend the Wedding of her

niece, Miss Mane &. uaiiagner.

(Con tinned en Page 7)

PLEASE COMPLY
GARDEN CITY, N.Y. (UP)-

Letter received by Mitchel Air
Force Base officials from a home homeowner'
owner' homeowner' uvlng near the end of a

runway; "Please do not use the
runway before noon Saturday. I

am showing my house to a pro

spective buyer."

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Ike Goes 18 Holes
Despite Stiff Wind
Oh Newport Course

NEWPORT. R. I... Sent 6' (UP)

President Eisenhower, troubled

by sand traps and a stiff wind,
played 18 holes of golf at the
Newport Country Club today in
sparkling, sunny weather.
It was the first trip to the golf

course for the cnief executive
since he arrived yesterday at his
summer White House offices on
Coasters Island in Narragansett

Trailed by a swarm of reporters

and photographers, Eisenhower
was forced on several occasions to

blast out of some of the 130 sand
trans that dot the course, one of

America's oldest.
On the 14th tee, the President
was buffeted by wind whipping in
from the bay, He said he doubted

if he would be aoie to stand
against the wind, much less drive

a golf ball.

Commenting on the rash of

over-par bogeys that marre'd .his

golfing debut in newport, Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower said it would take him 'time

to learn the course. f

"And." he added, "it takes a

little time to get my joints 11m
bored tin."

Eisenhower left his island re

treat by boat this morning shortly
after the White House received a

telegram from Gov. Orval E. Fau Fau-bus
bus Fau-bus of Arkansas. Faubus said he
had learned that federal authori authorities
ties authorities were nlannin to arrest him

because of his stand against inte

grating a Little Rock high school.
Press Secretary James C. Hag Hag-erty
erty Hag-erty said after conferring with
the President that federal authori authorities
ties authorities did not plan to arrest Faubus.
He said FBI agents had been in instructed
structed instructed only to gather the facts
on the situatiop.

Eisenhower toured the golf
course in a foiirsome composed of

club president Howard G. Cush

1 0l MOVIES-TELEVISION 0
iif by Erskine Johnson 11 (
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HOLLYWOOD fNEA) --Exclu

si vely Yours: The film version of

south Faciiac. starring m 1 1 z j

Gavnor as nurse Nellie Forbush

and Rossano Brazzi as -Entile de

Becaue. will have a song- miss

cut from the original aroaaway

My Girl Back Home," which was

cut from the original broadway

show alter its Philadelphia tryout

Nellie and Lieutenant Cable team
up on the lyrics ... Alan Ladd is
warming up the Arkansas accent

t .

ne lost wnenvne oecame a mm

actor.

He'll give his dialog' a slight

south of the Mason-Dixon line tinge

for his role of an 'ex-Confederate

soldier in "The Proud Rebel." He

glays a-father dedicated to restor restor-lg
lg restor-lg the lost speech of his son. The

son will be played by his own lad,
10-year-old David.

Hollywood's idea of what the
well dressed girl friend of a
gangster would wear in a beauty
contest: A black -bathing suit
adorned with 48 diamond clips.
Well, anyway, that's what Jean

Willes wears as the girl friend of

gancster who enters aNJeauty

contest in Paramount new come

dy, "Hear Me Good." ... One of

the ballet boys in the Las Vegas

Desert Inn show starring Patrice

Munsel saw the awesome explo

sion of the "A" bomb and the
Marines maneuvering into the de

vastated area. His comment:

The production was simply

gorgeous nut tne costumes werei

terrible."

Hollywood prefers 'em as titles.

too. New film titles Include these

three: "The Blonde." "T h r a e

Blondes," and just "Blonde.

ViUL? UI C31UCH I XlUnBI U VI. siBU I wmuvd JUOl UUUUC,
ing, club pro Norman Palmer and Lloyd Nolan formed his own film-

Hagerty. xnanKs to maimer s uiu"g company.

knowledge ol the course ana nis

ability, the Eisenhower Palmer

tw""mf won the match two up.

Although later troubled by the
1 ml. I

winu, jMsemiuwer wis utmmeu
with the cloudless weather. As he

walked onto the first tee, he ex

claimed to Cushmg: Isn't this

wonderful-"

By : the time the foursome

reached the 14th hole, the wind

was whipping un whitecaps on the

bay. Its velocity was estimated

at between 20 and 30 miles per

hour.

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"BOLD and THE BRAVE"

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Donald Barry in
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Today Encanto .25
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LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
Y Or! the Screen:
"LADY POSSESSED"
"HOODLUM EMPIRE"

TodWEAtillO
V-Robert Taylor in
VALLEY OF THE KINGS"
Charles Boyer in
"GASLIGHT"

Recent headlines indicate that
more than one self-centered movie

queen make delinquent mamas

and it just shouldn't happen. "It
shouldn't happen," Marjorie Lord,

motner oi two, told me,, "because
actresses should make better moth
ers than most women."
She bases per Doint on- her own

offstage role of a mother, and on
her theory that "actresses can bet better
ter better understand children .because
when you act you are. trained to
understand all emotions and can
be more analytical." .

Though divorced. Marjorie, who
is Danny Thomas' new TV wife,
has combined motherhood with act acting
ing acting so well, she says, "that 111
enter my children in any well-adjusted-child
contest." The children

of whom she's so proud are 10 10-1
1 10-1 year-old Anno and 12-year-old Gre Gregory.
gory. Gregory. .fftl'. "'. i
I Jan Storey'the Las Vega chor
us girl who once dated Elvis Pres-

leyraays It's taking five, boy friends

i console nej aoout an.'

As a Dromntiim ntunt tnr'i '"Tha

Delicate Delinquent," Jerry Lewis

was auspenaed on a scaffolding
eight stories above Journal Square

ui uetsey- uiiv 10 nan nn a Mil.

board the largest autograph ever
given For once, he said, he was

aiu ue uian i nave tne temptation
to step back and admire his own

Jose Ferrer Inst nlavnil th 'i.

and directed "I Arm iuimui.

film StOrV nf th tamn,m ront.j-

Dreyfus who spent five years of

t"u r i enme ne aidn t

comnui, viveca xmdfors plays his
wife (and even Jose is surprised at

ficrtcw reactions.

It's, the story of a man. he

says, "but it's also a wnm.n'. oi..

ture. Mrs. Dreyfus suffers and I
guess that's what gets 'em. Janet
Leigh, saw the film in London and

wen to pieces." ?
Jo has. done TV but he has
no plans,. Jie says, to make it two
iv regulars in th famiiv whan

wife, Rosem ary Cloohey, returns

. neetuy snow aiier ntrom.

jng, a mama for the third time
this month. "When you're a fai failure
lure failure on TV," he says, "no one will

w juu un me sireei.
And on TV you can : ril tnr

"u reason at all ntemt 1.J

time. -If you make a movie and
it fails, you know something Is
wrong. .1 think movie-" 'making
? ives you a better

uhav va uiv aice.

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Cub Pack 17 Schedule!
Field Day Tomorrow

Cub Pack 17 at Fort Clayton

tomorrow mornino- resumes ac-

uvny alter a summer layoii
with Its annual Field Day in the

recreation area across from tba

rort Clayton post exchange.

Nine events, including' a tus
of-war solely for the Den moth mothers
ers mothers of the vounesters. will bo

neia starting' at 9 o'clock, in
the event of rain, the ev ents

wiii do snutea to Reeaer Gym.'
nasiurn. . . y-, -'

The six-den naek hns bad on

ly two other ., activities during

the vacation beriod. Dnrlnsr Ju

ly a rainy out run-ruied
pldnic was held a the bohlo

area at Albrook Air Forces Base.

More than 100 of the cubs, their

oroiners, sisters, irienaa, ... and
parents, boated to Taboga Is-

and for a day-ionir outlne dur

ing August, i ..,(;"..

weekly den meetines and the

monthly pack meeting will be
resumed fills month,, ; ;

Tomorrow's events Include: A

baseball : throw: isack : rack

threerlegged race; between-the-

legs volleyball relay; wheelbar

row race for a t cub and a

parent: itug-of-war elimlna

tion between densr barracks-bae

reiay; vbauoon-oursung ; relay;

ana the mothers tug-of-war pit

ting dens 1, 2 and 3 acainst dens

4, 5 ana e, lour mothers per den.

Hot dogs will be provided the
cubs after the last event and a

coia arms ana case wiu De a

vailable for. all present,

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Against Ex-Champ

TAMPA, ria.: Sent. S UP1

A waitress, was charged yesterday

with falsely reporting sue was

wounded by former featherweight
champion Willie Pep.
Mrs. Betty Martin, 25, told po police
lice police she was "probably drunk"
when she shot, herself in the left
leg, then implicated Pep and Joe
Russo, a local musician and ship shipyard
yard shipyard -worker. y'.-
Mrs. Martin, wife of an Army
enlisted man stationed in For Formosa,
mosa, Formosa, also denied her earlier
claim that Pen had shot her be

cause, she had tipped off police
about a dice game last month in
which Pep and eight others were

arrestee. j,. p r ;
Pen.: who 'manages a nightcluh

here, .j-aa reported -to have been

at nis nome m uaruora, connd
since Auka(28. and Mrs."; Carol

Papaliov4is sister-in-law, said the
shooting story was "pure.' non

sense." v. .. -': -v

Detective Sgt. a.. O.: Littleton
marked the woman's report "un "unfounded"
founded" "unfounded" after she told officers

last night she bad wounded her.

self with the pistol she borrowed

from a neighbor because she-was

having "trouble" with' a man who
lived tdown the. hall from her

apartment. :
She also admitted she had not
seen Pep in three weeks.
Earlier, she contended the ex ex-champlon
champlon ex-champlon would seek revenge be because
cause because of her tip that led. to his
arrest. i

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1957.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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India Wilt Be Theme

For Caribbean College
Club Stud This Yeer-

India will be the program theme
this vear for the Caribbean Col-

lffM Pluh. anrnrdine to Mrs. E. G.

Binsett. nresidenL Meetings will

be held the third. Tuesday of each
month, at 7:30 nromptly. at the

rritnhT ph rrnsi Building.

' The tentative program schedule

for the year begins on &epu u,
-with the club's fall membership
tea Decorations, and refreshments

will be presented by Hindu wom women
en women from Colon. They will be dress dressed
ed dressed In their native saris, to accen.
tuate the theme. ... -'
In October.'the Religions of In India
dia India will be discussed by The Ve Very
ry Very Reverend Mainert Peterson,
Dean of the Cathedral of St. Lukes

lij Ancon. s r

November's, program will vary
from the theme for the annual
Scholarship night, when all Crist
iM High School seniors and their

parents are nonorea. iae piogmm,
presented by the Scholarship Com Committee
mittee Committee chairman, Mrs. R. TV Con Con-fev.
fev. Con-fev. will include a panel discus

sion by men and women repre representing
senting representing different professions.
A study of Indian lusic will be
given by Mrs. 0. E. Jorstad in
DecemberiTand In January, the Li Literature
terature Literature of India will be the, pro program
gram program topic. . r.

Three study groups will meet J

The uteraiure group,

HV Pfau as chairman." A Special

lecture series is oewg orgaiuzea
by Dr. Harriet Young, of Gatun,
and the Morning Studv Groun.

with Mrs. W. T. Clute, will decide

on, its topic of study at the first
meeting. Organizing material for

the yearbook uus year is Mrs. A.
E. Sutton, yearbook chairman.

' For information concerning me

bership, call Miss Theima Godwin,
membership chairmany at Ctisto

ENELDA 1st add toe.
Narvik Offltors Intertaimd
At British Embassy

The British Ambassador and

Mm Ian L. Henderson gave

lunch party at the British Embas-j

Sy lOuay, u nonur ui vuiuinmiuH

A," D. Cassweu, K.w. ana urucers

of H.M.S.: NARVIK- now visi
Panama.

Guests inlcuded Captain and
Mrs. Augustus R. St. Angelo, Com Commander.
mander. Commander. and Mrs. A. JVHollings-j

worth, i Miss Carmen Gabaldon,
Miss Paola MoscatL-Mrs. D. Ben Bennett.
nett. Bennett. Mrs. E. TV Biggs nd Wing

Commander R.I.M.- Bowen, K. A
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Export Inknlry
Badges Presented In
Kobbe Ceremonies

Leber Board
17c Dcn't Have
To Shcfly Files

XKs enee SSS! The tL
the "club was founded in, 1952, wUl, was voffi
continue to be active with Mrs. J. four enlisted jnen .of Aht 20th.

a friend 1 or'

Infantry in ceremonies new

yesterday at Fort Kobbe. . :
Rigorous, testing .is required
for a soldier to earn this badge.
It Includes a 12-mile hike In
less than three hours and diffi

cult written tests.
SeocnQ Lt. Frederic P. Simon,

nlatoon' leader Of r company,

had the "highest ; total of any
entrant, flcorlng 1137 out-of a
possible" J300 points, Lieutenant
Simon had a perfect score on

individual camounage ana we

bsvonet assault course. ;
: Onlv eisrht nointa behind was

Sgt. Joseph p. wavarra. a Bumm.

mortar v f jre, .neia .' pronciency,
and military courtesy and dlsci-

niin wrA ft m on ir the rateeo-

''." i The other three winners,' all
acquaint-of "Whom scored well up In the

nc shows tou throueh her new" hiarh ouallfcation range, .were

home don't make such remarks Bgt. Donald L.' Parker, of O
asrl was wondering why you Company; Sgt. Charles C. Perry
didn't do this" or. "You know of Ha and Ha Companyand Sgt.

you' could have done 'such and Robert E. Xadner, v also Of O
such." Just admire the house as .Company who' holds a Combat
lt is. Never mind the things you 'infantry Badge.
notice that might have been lm-; f Scoring "sharpshooter" or bet bet-proved
proved bet-proved liponv -. ter with' the individual's weap-
. on1 was -ewe of ithemanyprere-

,'..You, caa put all those Improve-. Quisites.fjor.winningv.the .Expert
taents in your own house whei Infantryman's Badge, Tavree of

you buUd. t t .. the nvejireo expert.

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WASHINGTON (UP)-A spokes

man for the National Labor Re

latlons Board said yesterday the
board will not be bound by the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's decision concerning

connaenuai government wes.
The NLRB ruled Wednesday that

the court's decision does not en

title a company accused of unfair

labor practices to see confidential

MJLKD J-lLJiS.
- The spokesman said the ruling
will apply to all NLRB proceed

ings in me future. ,
. The board voted 3 to 1 to deny
the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea

Co. the right to examine board

files relating to charges brought

oy ine.uwepenaeni oaxery work

In the Jencks case, the Su

nreme court held that a defend

ant in criminal cases was 'entitled

to statements made by a govern
ment witness to the FBI to see ii

the witness was telling the truth

in court.

The board s three-man majority

said the Jencka decision did not
upset laws allowing government
agencies to adopt rules about

safeguarding documents. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, the board held, the decision

'is confined to criminal cases' and

not applicable to NLRB hearings

on uniair mdot; practice cnarges.

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England Criticizes

Russia Proposals

For Mid-East Peace

LONDON". Sent t (VP) Great

Britain today, sharply criticized
Russia's latest Middle East neace

proposal and charged that Soviet
shipments' of arms to Eevot. Sy

ria ana 'xemen "seem calculated
to postpone a settlement" in that
explosive part of the. world.
k The Foreign Office said bluntty
that '.the Russian note, handed to
UJS., British and French envoys
on Tuesday, contained 'misstate

ments and distortions."

Russia proposed that the Bie

f our renounce tne use of force in

the Middle East and not interfere

in the Internal situations of Syria,
Jordan and Oman. The -three Western-
powers' termed the Soviet
note nothing .new.-
In a sharply-worded statement.

the Foreign Office said the Soviet

behavior is 4a "striking contrast
A- u 1 ii

w : win yivyvisuiM iu ine noies.

: It blamed Russia's own heavy

arms shipments to Arab nations

in the area and the attempts to

sow mscord among- t n e govern.

The Cats Out' Of 'Dulles' Bag
But Everything Else Is Still In It

NEW YORK...Sept(UP)-Girls

getting bored with jokes about

what they carry in their handbaes

should peek into Secretary of Statei He lives a block from the office:

John Foster Dulles' brief case

some time.: :-,
. The dignified looking satchel the
nation's No. 1 diplomat carries on
his international rounds bulges,
but not with state secrets. Far
from it. His brief case is more of
a tote, bag for an assortment of
items ranging from paper clipa to
a plastic raincoat.-. v
; Dulles and many ether top
eutives have feund the brief
caM an : Ideal container ifor
cares of fhlngt basics business
papers. Senw men carry fresh
shirts, a supply of tranquillzars
and sleeping pills, rubbers, rain
coats, teeth brushes or raiera in
their brief bag or attache cases

Quite a few carry tmir lunch.

Publisher Bennett Cerf carried

two chocolate bars and a baseTEall

catcher'a mitt- for himself home

in his attache case the other day

Evangelist Billy Graham'a brief

case seldom contains anything but
a clean shirt and undershirt, a
Bible and sermon notes. .CBS com commentator
mentator commentator Charles Collingwood car

ries a shirt, unanswered mail and

"tummy pills." among the papers

in his brief case. An anonymous

commuter said his triei case con

tained only household bills.

Mayor Robert F. Wagner, al

though bead of the nation's larg largest
est largest city, doesn't carry a brief case

at alLV

' But let's take a look at what
Dulles carries in his diplomatic
pouch, a subject one ef his aides
said was tougher than the ques question,
tion, question, "what s our foreign poli

cy? here I thw inventory t

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stamp of the trade, .an advertising
executive boasted he is the brief briefest
est briefest brief case carrier in the world,

50,"Millionthl.U6an
Brings FHA Honor
To Virginia Couple
WASHINGTON (UPHThe Fed Fed-eral
eral Fed-eral Housing Administration yes

terday honored a ncwlywed cou

pie in their own living room for
receiving the 50 millionth FHA

ioan.
FHA officials planned to confer

certificate on Mr. and Mrs. Ed

But he carries a bag containing

two memos, a memo pad and twotyin B- Lawless' of nearby Vienna,

pencils to and fro every day.
An American Airlines executive
who opened his case for inspection
disclosed that among his business
papers were a shoe shine rag from
a Mexican hotel, a shirt, a tooth toothbrush
brush toothbrush and, all-purpose notes for a
general speech any time he should
be-called on to say a few words
in-public.

Va.

"I feel' like I've been on a quiz
show," Mrs, Lawless said. "It's
really quite interesting.' ;
The Lawless house is a three-:
bedroom so-called "rambler" in a
new housing development called
East Vienna Woods. Mrs, Lawless
said she and her civil engineer
husband moved in Aug. 10--the

day after they were married.

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didate candidate will be held at the Balboa Theatre, Monday,
September 16th at 4:00 p.m. Please bring bathing
uits. Mail ntry blanks to Harnett Dunn, Box 106,
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A km yeHoir Writing pad.

generous, supply of yellow pencils,

size no. 2vs. ruDoer oanas, eras

en. two small white memo- pads,

paper -clips, two extra pairs of

glasses and two sets Of calling

cards-one for use In toe U. s. and
one for. use ahroad. .

On long trips, Dulles tosses in
Bible, rubbers, a raincoat and

detective stories.

A Chase-Manhattan iBank exec

utive emptied his brief case on

his desk, and here is what turn

bled out: An unfinished New York

Times Sunday crossword puzzle,
A 1952 Long Island Railroad commutation-ticket
with one ride still

to to. one crumpled package con'

taming the crushed remains of an

undetermined numoer 01 cigar cigarettes,
ettes, cigarettes, eight pieces' of memo paper,
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On Madison Avenue, where at

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ments involved In tha Baghdad
Pact as .the main reasons for the

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ssid, "seem caicuiatea 10 post postpone
pone postpone rather than hasten the set

tlement v- of the disputes in v the
Middle East."

"The timing (of the note); is

bound to increase suspicion .that
the Soviet covernment is trying to

distract .attention from the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming meeting of the United Na

tions Assembly to consider the re report
port report on-Hungary," Britain said.
"The note breaks no new
ground. It reiterates proposals for
a declaration by the five perma permanent
nent permanent members of the Security
Council renouncing the use of
force in the Middle East and put putting
ting putting a ban on supplies of arms by
the four' powers to the countries
in the area. '
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Braves lhruffled;J)esjiieniB;

iPennapt-Bound Milwaukee
-Happy To Have Joe Adcock,
Logan Back For Final Drive s
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UP) The St. Louis
Cardinals climbed within 6-'S games of Milwaukee
! today but the Braves seemed perfectly content to let
them have their day in the sun now that Joe Adcock
and Johnny Logan are back in action again, appa apparently
rently apparently ready for the final penant drive.

Brushing off last night's 10-1
defeat at the hands of the still still-hopeful
hopeful still-hopeful Cardinals, the Braves
J preferred to dwell instead on

the fact that Adcock and Logan

will be available for duty dur during
ing during a comforting 12-game home home-stand
stand home-stand which begins against the
seventh-place Cubs tonight.

Adcock, the big first baseman

lies. 3-1. the Pirates licked the

Giants, 4-2, and Cincinnati beat

the Cubs. 4-1.

The Yankees Increased their

American League lead to 5 'a
games with a 5-2 victory over
the Red Sox while the Senators
blanked the Orioles, 3-0, in the

only other game scheduled.

Rube Walker put the Dodgers

who suffered a broken ankle on ahead to stay with a two-run

;.Titi 23rd. made his first an- double in the second Inning off

'pearance for the Braves since, Robin Roberts, who dropped his

then last night as a pinch hit- 19th game. Carl Erskine, the
ter and although he grounded winner, limited the Phils to one
out h indicated to manaeer hit until the eighth when he

Fred Hanev he is ready to play.

. Logan sidelined since Aug.
16 with a leg injury, filled in
at shortstop In the late innings
and also signified he can take
his usual plact in the regular
lineup.

Those two encouraging signs

took a lot of the sting out of the
four-hitter Sam (Toothpick)
Sones threw at the Braves last
ight. Hobie Landrith and Alvin

Dark each drove in three runs
for the Cards .while Del Ennis
clouted his 19th homer with one
on. Lew Burdatte was the loser.

Brooklyn defeated the Phil

tired and gave way to Ed Roe

buck, who nailed down the vic

tory.

Panama Marlin
Club News
SIXTH ANNUAL TOURNAMENT
Nov. 2 to 10 INCLUSIVE
By LESLIE
'AH fisherman from Panama and

the Canal Zone who wish, to enter
the Panama Marlin Club,Tourna-

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..Harry wilder M-5iz or xt-vai
'J'lTheodore Schmidt 2-3019
."louis Schmidt 2-3703 Or 2-1333.
2. Burchett
ueenie Burchett, 25-24-2465.
, 'Milt Wright, 2-2428
I, Chubby. Wright, 2 2428, or 2-2535
Kick Chisson, 2-3227.
avid Bishop, 2-1387 or 2-1277.
Ma Wm. Voortmeyer 5143 or
6277, Ft. Clayton).
Johnnie McConaghy 2-2010 or
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Bill Adams, 2-1214 or 2-3735.
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bution distribution will be published later.

Rookie whammy Douglas of

the Pirates posted his third vic victory
tory victory although Roy Face was
summoned from the bullpen"to

register the final out. Al Worth Worth-lngton
lngton Worth-lngton started for the Giants.

yielded Pittsburgh's first two
runs and was charged with the

loss, The Pirates scored the de

ciding runs off Ramon Mon-

zant in the fifth on Frank
Thomas single, Bill Mazeroski's
triple and Gene Baker's sacri

fice fly.
Brooks Lawrence of the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs held the Cubs to seven hits
in. gaining his 14th win. Don
Hoak doubled for two runs off
rookie Dick Drott in the second
Inning and Frank Robinson con connected
nected connected for his 24th homer in
the third with the bases empty.
It marked the Cubs' 10th loss in

their last 12 games.
Relief pitcher Bob Grim of
the Yankees won his own
game when he hit a three-run
homer in the. ninth Inning off
Willard Nixon of the Red Sox.
It was the first hit, of the

haaspn "forGrlm andj- the ueef.-

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P. Albrpok Post No. 32?2, completed a wccessluT leason and uncovered some potential1 starts 'Gil.
games PmNo. 3823 also iponsored a teen-er glrla league.' Tony Piala, Recreational 'sSector if 1

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HOOFBEATS
By Conrado Sargeant

Plans for a big celebration byed and trained by Simeon Allen,

.ontf homer ( hjs' bijf eagueN

Jackie Jensen gave Boston a

several horse owners and train

ers had to be canceled this week

when the Panama Gambling

Control Board refused to accept

the resignation of President

Remon racetrack handicapper

Petronilo Alonso,

The Gambling Board had

Alonso appear at a special meet meeting
ing meeting Wednesday after the handi

capper naa, tendered nis resig

nation. After listening to Alon Alon-so's
so's Alon-so's reasons for wanting to quit,
the board gave him a vote of

confidence, praised his work
and requested that he stay on

tThe-majority of these ownl

er, victims of the ridiculous

handicapping system being em
ployed ftt the Juan Diaz race

room

r.rap.lcS'wrnnirfiill'V hi amp the rac

2-0 lead with a two-run nomer.jng secretary for their hardship,
off starter Bob Turley in the Tney should awaken to the fact

lourm ana imixoh neiu insi. that the present system or lack

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Gil McDougald tied the score

with a bases-loaded single. The

victory was Grlm's 12th of the
year.

Southpaw Chuck Stobbs held

Baltimore to three hits and Roy

Sievers blasted his 35th homer

with one on to pace Washington
to victory. Sievers' homer put

him one ahead of Mickey Man

tie of the Yankees in that de department.
partment. department. Stobbs, who was cred credited
ited credited with his eighth victory,
doubled home the Senators' fi

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The Argentine fillies. Clarucha

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the guidance of a new trainer

Ramon Navarro will train the

Stud PUra Sangre's hopes In re

placement of Melnaldo Diaz.
oOo

The St. 'Marr stable added an

other newcomer to itsaist. The

animal is the Argentine-bred
four-year-old colt Pica raro

which has thus far failed to
finish first or second In his few

local outings.

; Eric Gittens wllf train the son

of Bigua-Pemba. Picararo for

merly raced under the colors of

the Stud Troya and Ernesto

Paris was his trainer.
oOo
Piel de Asno and Coronation
Day also return to action un under
der under new ownership and train training.
ing. training. Piel de Asno, now owned
by the Stud Chiriqul and
trained by Sotero Rudas, is a
scheduled starter In tomor tomorrow's
row's tomorrow's third race.

of a system leaves little

for fair handicapping.
The universal form of hand hand-capping
capping hand-capping adopted In the more
advanced horse racing coun countries
tries countries is the "conditional sys system"
tem" system" In which horses are
grouped according to their last
victories, amou'fi of victories,.

earnings, etc. Coronation Day has been bought

ooo by Clifford Morgan who will al

Only two thoroughbreds are so train the American-bred fil fil-scheduled
scheduled fil-scheduled to break into the lo-jly. ,Sh is an entry in tomor tomor-cal
cal tomor-cal racing scene this week. They I row's eleventh race,
are the highly rated Chilean i oOo

horse Jalisco and. the native Bad legged Almlnar .is

flllv My Child. ( owned by Juan Luis Lee.

Tie

Buffalo Moves Into

With Toronto For I L Lead

NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UP)
The Buffalo Bisons, taking advan advantage
tage advantage of a day off in the Toronto
schedule, defeated the Montreal
Royals Ghursday night and as a
result they were tied with the

Maple Leafs for irst place in the

international League race today.
Ray Herbert, scattering six hits,
held on until his mates rallied for

live runs in the top of the eighth

to pucn tne uisons to. a 6-3 win

over tne Hoyais. Catcher Ray No

ble hit a homer for the winners

during the rally, enabling Herbert
matching the Maple Leafs, : who
defeated the Cleveland Indians 4-1

m an exhibition game. -The
Havana Suear Kines. still

battling for fourth place and last

plajtoff ..spot, v defeated ibe4 .fifths

place Miami Marlins,' 8-0, behind
Pat Scantlebury's four-h,tter and

the Richmond Virginians' defeated

the Columbus Jets, 8-6, on the

strength of Dick Sanders' grand
slam home run in the eighth in
ning.

Here Is how the teams stand in

the battle for fourth place: the

Rochester Red Wings currently

hold fourth place, leading Miami

by a half game and three games

ahead of sixth place HavanaRo

chester and Havana have three

games each left lo play while

Miami has four remaining gamesrj

Richmond has third, place all to
Itself.';,.;. ;

The standings and linescores:

Editor CONRADO SARGEANT, v

Teams
iBuffalo

Toronto
Richmond
Rochester
Miami
Havana ;
Montreal
Columbus

W
85
85
80
74
73
71
67 i
67'

L Pet.'
65 .567

CB

65
71
?7
77
80
83
84

.567
530'
.490
.487
.470
,447
.444

5V4
11
12
14V4

18

18

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rlcio Grace will train

speedy Chilean mare.

now
Mau-

the once

Jalisco, which will race under

the colors of the Endara broth

ers' ltud Miura, is belne trained
by Luis H. Farrugia. He Is a
five-year-old grey son of Hipo
Jengibre. Jalisco has been work

ing well and will be hard to soon. They are being Imported

beat In his first local outing on from England by Jacob Pereira.

Three thoroughbred British
fillies are due to arrive here

Sunday In the eighth race for

Imported non-winners.

My Child, a bay two-year-old

offspring of Bracmour Grass

Child, has been Improving stead steadily
ily steadily in her workouts and could
surprise In her debut tomorrow.
Thla native thoroughbred, own-

"Mr. Jake,' as he Is called by his

legion of friends, Is one of the
pioneer Importers of thorough thoroughbreds
breds thoroughbreds from the British Isles and

down through the years has

brought some of the finest
horseflesh ever to perform on
the isthmus.

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Major League

Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Basud on 350 official at bats)
National League

1 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Buffalo 6, Montreal 3.

Richmond 000 030-050 8-112

Columbus 00-140-100 ft 8 2
.2 atej Posb- fii, and SylvesitrJ-,

Sullivan (8k Anderson. O'Donnell

(5). ; Burtschy 8) and -; Jtravitz.

WP-Coates t LP O'Donnell. HHs
-iPowersi Sanders. r;ji-:;i'.t

Miami f 000-000-000 1 040
Havana 010-022-03X 8-1,70
Judson, Mason (5), Rogovhv (8),
McCall (8), Qualters 8) and Bu Bu-char
char Bu-char Scantlebury and Izqulerdo.
LP Judson. HR Sierra.

Teams

Milwaukee
St. Louis ;,

Brooklyn'
Philadelphia
Cincinnati
New York '.
Pittsburgh;
Chicago

W
-82
76
75
69
69
66
51
50

L Pet,
51 .617
58 .567
60 i J56
66 .511
66 ,' .511
72 I .478
83 .381
82 ,379

CB Teams

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Chicago 7
Boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City

6U

8
14
14

'31Vi

32

(Today's Games (

f Exhibition at Toronto!

Cleveland 010-000-000 1 5 Olker,
rAMT. iwi.rtftiljuw -A ft 1 I

rialov Tnmonplr HI and Nixnn. KODertS-

NaraffOn1 161: Jordan and St. Pat-

Claire. Roselli (&). LP Daley

HRs Smith, Roselli. i

Brooklyn att New York f NV

' Philadelphia 't Pittsburgh N)
Chicago at Milwauke(N) s-
Cincinnati at-ati' Looig N)
Yostorday's -Rttultf '

Cincinnati 021 000 001 4 6 0

Chicago i 000 010 000 i 7 0

Lawrence 14-11) and Bailey.
Drott (12-11), Lown and Silvera
(Night Game)

Brooklyn 020 100 0003. 8 0

Philadelphia 000 000 0101 6 0

Ersklne (4-2), RoebU9k and Wal

P and C
Musial, St. L.
Mays, N.Y.
Aaron, Mil.
Fondy Pitt.
Robinson, Cin
Groat. Pitt.

Schoendienst M 130 563
Hodges, Bkn. 131 509

Bouchee, Phi 135 502

Ashburn, Phi. 137 544

G AB R H Pel

121 468 75 159 .340
136 522 103 174 .333

130 538 105 173 .322
99 364 45 117 .321

84 172 .320
52 138 .320

83 176 .313
84 154 ,303
71 150 .299
86 161 .296

131 537

107.431

Mathews, Mil. 130 507 101 150 .296

American Loaguo

Williams, Bos. 121 402 87 151 .376

135 497 115 165 .369
116 367 65 121 .330

96 168 .320

65 135 .309

55 138 .307

83 147 .304

57 119 .301
90 146 .299
44 106 .299

Mantle, N.Y.

Woodling, Cle.
Fox, Chicago
Boyd, Balti.
Skowron, N.Y.

McDougald NY 126 484
Doby, Chi. 110 395
Sievers, W. 131 489
Kubek, N.Y. 107 355

133 525
130 437
120 450

39
36
33
31
30

35
34

33
23

23

23

HOME RUNS
National Leagues
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Banks, Cubs
Mays, XJiants
Mathews, Braves
America League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks -Williams,
Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Werti, Indians
Maxwell, Tiger
RUNS BATTED IN
Natioaal Leaaue

Aaron, Craves 117
Musial, Cards '".'v 97

Hodges, Dodgers M

Mays. Giants ? 1
Ennis. Cards 7

Amtricaa Loaavo

Sievers. Senators 88

Jensen, Red Sox ; 92
Mantle, Yanks '-'11
SKowroB, Yanks 88
Minoso, White Sox 7

PITCHING
(.Batod on XI
Sanford. Phils

Donovan, Whit Sox
Buhl, Braves
Shantx, Yanks

Wl Pet.
4ocitiora)

17 S .773
15 S .750
16 C .727

10 4 -.714

xShin
Give

Splints
Mickey

Case Of Blues

NEW YORK. UP) Downcast
Mickev Mantle, about as blue as

a ball nlaver can be bowed his

head and said, "it's eating mo up

inside. .- v. --
Ordered to the sidelines because
of a painful case of "shin splints,"
Mantle couldn't be more unhappy
if he had been banished-to some

faraway isle, y
"I iust hate to sit on the bench,

muttered the Yinkeci' center

fielder through clenched lips after

he sat out the first eight innings
of Wednesday night's game with
the Red Sox and grounded out
weakly as a pinch-hitter in 'the
ninth.

"Here I was thinking Td piy in

154 games this season, and now
this has to happen," be Wd, look

ing down at his ti?hUy-tapea an

kles. "What bothers me most is

that I'm not able to help tne
ciub." ; ; -: .'

Mantle's malady baa many out outsiders
siders outsiders inquiring as to what, shin

cnlinti artnallv are.

"It's a pulled 'ligament right

around the- ankle," Mickey ex ex-nlaintri.
nlaintri. ex-nlaintri. "Generally, you get em

in the wring because of the soft

outfields in Florida, but this thing

just hit me now." i ;
; Sports Briefs

4TS CUT THREE ;

SAN FRANCISCO CUPV-The

San Francisco Forty-Niners hate
reduced their roster to 44 players

by placing center Ed Beatty, fuli-J

back Bill Bowman and ena aieru
Flattley on the waiver list
- PASTRANO WANTS BOUT
""MIAMI, Fla. (UP-Wmie Pas Pastrana,
trana, Pastrana, fourth ranked heavyweigh
contender, hopes to land a title
bout with champion Floyd Patter Patterson
son Patterson if be gets by Roy Harris in
a JO-roand bout here next Tuesday
nighL "I'm ready for Patterson
now," Pa straw) said yesterday af after
ter after sparring three reonds with
former licht neavywe:ht king

(9-19, FarreU and.Lo-

( Night Game)
New York 000 000 0202 10 3
Pittsburgh 002 020 OOx 4 8 2
Worthington (8-10, M a a i a n t.
Constable,; Miller, jGrissom and
Thomas. ,' v

; Douglas (3-2), Face and Peter
son. 1 1 . : t
(Night Game)

Milwaukee 000 001 000 1 4 J

St. Louis-. 000 032 05x 10 12 .2

Burdette (16-7), Phillips, Pizarro,

jpny ana cranaau, .-. v
Jones (11-8) and LandrithV

85
78
71
87
65
65
51-
50

L

50
54
62
66
68
68
82
82

Pet..
.630
.591
.534
.504
.489
.489

,383

5i.
13
17
19
11

33

.37? 1 33

s New York at-Washington '(Ni

cammoreT at iBo.ston ('

. eveland; At; ijetroit, (NJ I
VostanlayV RowMa':'.

oosion ". nnn ?nn nnn n

New York v ooo ooo 023-S a

Nixon (11-10) and Daley.

luriey, .Grim (12-6) and Berra.

Washington" 002000 001-13 1 1
Baltimore 000 ooo ooo 0 3 :a

Stobbs (8-18) and Courtney. :
Moore (10-12) and TrianHna nind.

Teener League

Meeting Tonight

Only games scheduled. ,.

Davis Riding Club

To Hold Horse Show

Sunday Allernoon l
. '.The Ft. Davis Riding Clul'
will bold a horse show Snni
day at 2 p.m;' at the Atlantic
iSunply Point at Ft. Davis. i
" E Featured at the show will bo:
a barrel race, show riding,
tricks, and. jumping all perv
-formed by the kids who '.-art
members of the club. j
M-Sgt. James Perott, cluVf
Instructor, will ride in the f ea
ture attraction of the after
noon. He will, with; the assis-
tanee of four, professional roti
deo riders, -ride., three wild
mules; and 'one wild brohc 1, i
- The pnblie- is Invited: to set-1
the show. There wlll bo pony'f
rides all afternoon for the
youngsters who attend. i

The Teener Learue will meet

tonight, atartfair at 7:38 at the

VFW Post No. 8822 In Balboa ( BASILIO TAPERS X)FF f i

wv "---( ALKAAWUH1A BAY. .Y. (UP
and coaches are requested to at-j -.welterweight champion Came
tend. Among the business to bo Basilio, training here for hia
discussed are a report on tho sept 23 bout with middleweight
recent Teener Laagne tourna- champion jSugar Ray Robinson,
ment at Hershey, pa which was resumes boxing -today after a a-won
won a-won by the Canal Zone team, day off. His handlers said asilio
and plans for a banquet for tho i reaching his peak too fast and

champions. ; ought to taper off a bit, : i

EitabI!sheI.l893

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BeHcsvTMird Straight Win Tomorrow

!f

Rosier, Michiripa Seem

Top: Conleiiders In Sprint

;n The Cocochar Stable distante loving: Crews Hill'
tomorrow afternoon will attempt to stretch his win;

tung streak to three m a row against a strong field
of third series .imported thoroughbreds in the $650
seven furlong main event at the President Remon
racetrack.'1' '," "v',".v :

World Safest Cowboys and fajuns?

The ; added weight and shorter

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a handicap lor the four-year old
ehestnut con of Father K n a p p p-Pittsworthy
Pittsworthy p-Pittsworthy who is fresh from
victories over one mil and r one
iwna anil n.Aiffhth - -.'.:

'Last. week Crews Hill outgamed

Rosier and Michirlpa to-, whip
them Convincingly. However, 7 the

shorter distance plus aaaea weigni
could .'prove too much for 1jhe
cam' F.nelish colt.. .' '-.f .. i

Rosier, showing a. return to his

best iorm, should be in the thick
of the battle from start to finish.
Guillermo Sanchez. ? will ; again
guide Rosier while Braulio iBaeza
will be aboard Rosier.
MiChiripa returned from a
lengthy, layoff for a creditable effort-last
week. Alejandro .Ycaza

wiQ again do the booting on the
grey Argentine colorbearer of the

St. Mary stable.
.Embrujada, a creditable fourth
last week, could be a r surprise

winner here. She will have stead

ily, improving Hehodoro Gustines
aboard instead of Jorge Phillips.
The Chivilingo-BlHkemere -entry
sprinters Jai Alal II and Gra Gra-miDa
miDa Gra-miDa round out the list of entries,
Fernando Alvarez will ride Chivi Chivi-lingo
lingo Chivi-lingo while Concepcion Ruiz ; will
have the leg up,, on entrymate
Blakemere.
- Amado Gedidio will handle Jai
Alai's reins. Gramilla will have
hustling Frencisco Gatica in the
saddle. 1

Ten other interesting races are

included on n attractive Satur

day program,

Althea Gibson Fast Becoming
Least-Liked Tennis Champion

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FOREST HILLS. N.Y. (UP)-

Althta Gibson, Wimbledon s first
Negro champion shooting for a

Brand slam inthe U.S. champion'

ship, is regarded in tennis circles
today as an unfortunate, combina combination
tion combination .of Greta Garbo and Jackie
Robinson1 v
A deliberately poc(r and unwill;

irig mixerithea leaves no doubt
in anybody's mind that she prefer!

to oe letc aione. Ana a campaign
which started out as a racial cru crusade
sade crusade has clothed her in haughty
arrogance and a thinly veiled hos hostility
tility hostility to the world in general.
, She will not be a. popular cham champion
pion champion simply because of her "I am
the, queen" attitude.

; Has Cold lndiffrno
Althea bai not, at any time,
gone out... of her way to make

(friends or .even, accept the over over-!
! over-! tures made in her, ; direction, A

victory you Wightliis' attributed
this to shyness.1 But' her most ar

dent supporters make no such

claims any more since ner worm

travels, her triumph at Wimbledon
and her audience with Queen Eliz Elizabeth.
abeth. Elizabeth.
4 Wearing her air of superiority
as if born with royalty's divine
right, -the girl whose garage at attendant
tendant attendant father once tried to train
her to be a woman boxer has
alienated would-be friends with
her cold indifference.

':- -if,s.

She has snubbiad interviewers

with a callous curtness. She has
failed to appear for scheduled in interviews,
terviews, interviews, including those with two
important national magazines, and
has,, .autocratically sent various
members of her family, to fill in
for her at the last minute on tele television
vision television shows.

Answers With Oueitiens

Race Track Graded Entries

t.f. Heist

Jeckty St.

Ctmmcnt

Odd

1:00

When she does hold still for an

interview,, she shows a uite ob obvious
vious obvious displeasure and lack of co

operation. One- of her favorite

methods, is to answer a question

with a question whose tone bor
ders on insult or, at the least, in
solence.

The tennis world, being a social

by-product, is not accustomed, to
this lack of sraciousness in its

champions. Particularly in view ef

the fact that Althea .cannot be rt

garded as one of the truly greats

having arrived 'in women's era
notable ontyi'fot fit extreme lack
of talent. She is not Helen Wills
Moody, a Helen Jacobs or even

a Pauline Betas. v

Miss Gibson looks like a shoo-in

in this, her eighth Iry to- capture
the U.S. crown because women's

tennis is at such a low ebb. (But
not too many people are going to
be happy about it and, barring a
very great change, Althea is going
to be one of the most lonesome
and least-liked champions in sports
history.

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1st Race, 6 h Series Imp. I Fgs. Purse $400 Fool Closes

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Persiflage A. Gonzales id Would pay juicy odds 10-1
3 Grimllda Darlo 105 Early speed only 10-1
3 My Friend O. Sanchez 108 V-Nothing to indicate 10-1
4 Teloreo B. Baeza 104 Dangerous contender 2-1
5 Love's Girdle J. Padllla ,105x Nothing in months 50-1
6 Socorrito A. Credidio -102 Could get up here 3-1

7 Dun F. Gatica lia Better this week 4-1
8 Le Matelot; F. Alvarez 118 Seems best here 3-2

9 (Ocala Miss E. Ortega 110 Beat cheapest field 30-1
10 (Barge Royal A. Alfaro 105x Nothing to recommend 30-1

Pool Closes 1:30

2nd Race, "Special" Imp. I Fgs. Purse $650
2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 Puesto A. Gonzales 106 Improving slowly 50-1

2 violin Vie jo H. Ruiz 104 Good early speed 4-1
3 Introduction J. Phillips, 105 Usually in money 3-1
4 Elegido A. Credidio 103 reappointment to date 5-1

;5 Clarucha G; Sanches 108 Reportedly improved 3-2

El Agheila A. Ycaza 118 Form indicates EVEN
.7 Atomic Spring B. Baeza 108 Nothing to indicate 30-1

Ir Kaet ifH2a, Natives..! Fgs. Purse 375
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Pool Close 2:00

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I Engaiioao J. Gongora 115

2 Currlta 3. PhUlipa 118.
3 Llborla : E. DariO 110,
4 El Pequefto A. Gonzales 104
5 Redondits, B. Baeza 118

6 Plel de Asno GUstines 100

Returns from sick bay
Should Whip these
Poor effort in last
Distance to liking
Usually close up

All out effort here

7 Chepanita Al Alfaro lOOx Should be retired

24
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50-1

RAINBOW MIXED LEAGUE
Items'
Ebonite 32Vi 19V4
Boyd iiro. Insurance 30 22
Pan,-: A. Clippers 27V4 24V4

C. A, High contractors 27 25

Mercurio Jewelers 25 27

Smoot-Paredes Cars 24V4 25V2
Carrington Canadiens 22. 30

Hoyal Crown Sippers 19Va 32M

., Ebonite 4 C. A. High 0
The Ebonite Tornadoes,, who m
ed into iirst place last week, en

joyed the surroundings so much

they resolved to take permanent

possession of this, lofty position.

XOsmaKe sure that no one .evicts
them, they clobhsred the team that
was 'trying to take over, namely,
Uie second place C. A. High Con Contractors..
tractors.. Contractors.. v (
.......

The Tornadoes repelled the

would be intruders so force fully
that the C. A. High dropped from

second to fourth place. The strong
boys in the Ebonite lineup were
Joe Sullivan and Bob Morehouse,

both with top notch scratch series.
SUlly, had' a 584 and Bob 519, and
with their handicaps Sullivan had

632 and Morehouse 621. Even the
ladies cot into the act with good

sets, Minnie Morehouse had a han

dicap set ef 492 and Nancy Gon
zales 473.

Bill Gonzales, still hobbling on

a sore ankle, was out 01 trie mon

ev. For the unrooted C. A. High

contractors, Vic Baugh and Earl

Blevins tried to stem the 1 1 a e

with handicap sets of 538 and 556.

The two fiirls Nita Baugh and

Theresa Toland bad 463 and 481.
Boyd Brothers 3 Carrington 1

Bovd Brothers, who topped the

league until the Ebonites took 0
ver. are not satisfied as the run

nerup and to insure t. chance of
returning to their favorite spot

thev won 3 to 1 over the Carring

ton Canadians. The Canadians took

the first game, then the BB's stop

ped the assault. The victors mat
enjoyed the spoils were Gonzalo
Torres and Jesse Pate, both went

over the 5C fisure with 530 for

Gonzalo and 514 for Jesse. Jesse's
wife Bertha tossed a 457 and Er-

na Foster, a 480. For the seventh
place Canadians Whiskey folks,
the best pet score, was the bowl bowl-erette
erette bowl-erette Bobby Miller's 537, the on only
ly only one to go over the par 5C mark.
Pan-American Roya Crown 0

after last week's defeat by maul-1

ingjtne last piace noyai vrown
soft drinkers. This was the sec

ond week in a row that the Roy

al Crown have been shut out, but
they hope that by net week they
will break the spell of defeats;
The Clippers were really click

ing on all engines, C specially their
puot, Red Calbot, was on the
beam with a 526 scratch and a
601- handican set. His wife had a

handicap set of 551 and George

ciarxe a 527. For the KC s i?obby
Prince retained her tattered Roy

al crown with her even 500.
Smoot-Pa rectos 3 Mercurio 1
With only three, active ; bowlers

on hand,. Joe and Judy Bryant

ana Jack Mappin could not get
the Mercurio Gems to win over

tht smooth running Smoot-Paredes

Autos. The short handed Mercu Mercu-rios
rios Mercu-rios did manage to win, the first

game, but from there on the
Smoot-Paredes took over by tak taking
ing taking the remaining three points.
Smoot-Paredes' Louie Marquez
had a 543 credited to his' account
and Jim Daily a 503. For the los

ing trio, Jack Mappin came up

witn a sii.

Along The Fairways

FORT DAVIS
The Fort Davis gold club will
hold the second in a series Of 18 18-hole
hole 18-hole low-ball golf tournaments St St-urday,
urday, St-urday, September 7, starting at
8:30 a.m. at the Fort pavis links.
Entries must be made before
noon tomorrow, Friday, and a one
dollar entry fee will be charged.
Drawings for team foursomes
Will be Conducted unripr the cm.

pervision of the tournament com

mittee, aacn team will include a
player in each of the following
handicap score groups: 72-79, 80 80-89,
89, 80-89, 90-99, and 100 over.
Prizes donated by a Colon mer merchant
chant merchant will be awarded to each
member of the first four low
scoring foursomes. Other prizes
will be awarded to golfers scor scoring
ing scoring eagle threes on any par five
hole. To top off the tournament
there will be a pitching contest
on the par three seventh hole
with six golf balls going to the
winner. Duplicate prizes will be
awarded in case of tie scores.

CFN Major League
Broadcast Schedule
CFN has announced the follow
ing major league baseball broad broadcast
cast broadcast scheduled for the period Sept.
7 through SeDt. 15. A

in the broadcast scheduled will be:

announced over Panorama each
night at 6:45 p.m.
Sept. 7.; Brooklyn vs New York
at 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 8: New York vs Washing,
ton at 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 9: no game.
Sept. 10: Brooklyn vs Chicago Chicago-at
at Chicago-at 1:30 p.m.
Sept. 11: Cleveland vs New
York at 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 12: Chicago vs New York
at 1:00 p.m.
Sept. 14: Brooklyn vs Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee at 1:30 p.m.
Sept. 15: Brooklyn vs Cincinna Cincinnati
ti Cincinnati at 1:30 p.m. .j;.
The TV baseball "game of the the-week"
week" the-week" will be between St. Louis
and Milwaukee, beginning at. 3:30'
p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 8.

It's time to step up to

finer flavor

Four Roses Bourbon time is now.
Don't miss another moment's en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment of the incomparable
smoothness and richness of this
distinguished bourbon.

4th Race "Hla.'

Natives t Fgs. Purse $375
, ; QUINIELA

Pool Closes 2:30

1 Full Moon F. Justinianl 105x Brief early speed
2 Tanganlca H. Qustines 110 Could score again
3 Presidents v E. Ortega 1.08 Good early speed
4 Avlspn G. Sanches 115 Is morning glory
5 Napa G. Cruz 110 Not against these
f!rmMa B Bun 110 Shouldn't miss nowj

7 Filon J. Gongora 112 Impressive effort last
8 Golden Moon A. Credi. 108 Apparently needs rest

5th Race, Non Winners Nat. C F. Purse $300 r Pool Closes 3 : 00

Coun A. Gonaales 103 Has snown notning

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2 Guacamaya A; Credidlo 100
3 My Child G. Cruz 110
4 Desires H. Gustines 105
5 Camargo B. Baeza 105

Racetrack Tips

By CONRADO

Eirlv soeed only

Bracmour-Grass Child
Seems "sure thing"
Dangerous contender

1 Le Matelot
2 Clarueha
3 Engafioso
4 Carmelita
5 Desiree
6 Coral
7 Chulpa

8 Tanara
9 Michiripa
10 Bonifacio
11 Joe's Fiddling

Socorrito

El Agheila

Currita

President
Camargo
Matriculado
Hunter's Horn
Tinela
Crews Hill

Cypress Bull
Genizarito

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us Pool Closes 3:40

FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE

1 coral
2 soft Note
3 Riscal
4 Don Danl

5 Greco

G. Sanchez 118
A. Credidlo 106
, A. Ycaza 115
X. Darlo 115

S. Carvajal 100

6 Matriculado F. Alyare 110

Should beat these
Could be upsetter
Was in tougher group
Early apeed only
Would pay off
Will fight It out

Wfc VMM. tth Series lani. 1 Fss. Pnrse $500 Pool Closes 4:11

2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Lanero i' H. Gustlries 110 Doesn't seem likely
2 Kaa v V.-CastUlo 118 Apparently cheap quitter
3 El Fakir G. Montero liux Nothing in months
4 Chulpa A. Ycaza 112 Reportedly improved
5 Mrs. Halligan A, "Gon. 100 Last doesn't count
6 Clybern E. Ortega 102 Lost lot of weight
7 Hunter's, Horn G. San. Ill Horse to beat here
Tony Ai Credidlo 115 May improve now
Camberwell B. Baeza 113 Usually close ip

tth Rae "D JfatiTes 7 Frs. Tun 40
QUINIELA

Pool Closes 4:41

1 Naranjazo
2 Dr. Bill
3 Takeaway.
4 Daniel
5 Tinela,
Tanara

O. Ruia 110 improved effort in last
AwYcaza 108 Could make it now
. B. Baeza 103 Must go lower
T. Alvarea 110 Was never better
H. Gustines 110 Ra well in last
O. ianchex 108 Hard to beat here

Fool Closes 5:1$

tth Race, 3rd Series Imp. 7 Fgs. Twnm K5I

1 Jsi Alal -.. A- Credidlo 104 Earl speed only
2 Gramma T. Gatica 105 Would be Pfe"fT
3 Rosier G. Ranches 112 Horae to beat here
4 Embrujada H. Gustines 110 Usually close up
5 Crew's Hill B. Baesa 118 Could score sgaia
Michiripa -A. Ycaza-112 -better thia wek
7 (Chivlllngo T. Alvarea 104 Would pay off
g-L (Blakemere C Xuis 111 Returns from layoff

Ittsi Race, tth Series f.lssp.' t Fgs. ram $4 Closes

1 Cypress Bull Canchet
2 a-Bonlf ado H. Qustines
3 Resuelto : A. Ycaza
4 Trirreme f B. Baeza

110 distance te liking
ICS Foraa indicates
115 Poor recent races
112: Nothing indicate

11th Race, th Series losp.

lZjoe's riddling A. Credi.
2 Coronation Day E. Orte.
3 Andes H. Gustines
4 GentzaTito H. Ruls

I F. Parse S4t

Pool Closes

104 Hard to overtake here
108 Early speed only
108 Strong effort m List
110 &buld be winner

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THE PAN AM A AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIM NEWSPAPER ,:
7 V'.,
f-'-i FRIDAY, .SEPTEMBER 1957
PAGE TEN
It; THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
!; i THIS. SPACE fS FOR SALfe" 4'',
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740 5"

ire ims-mmm

Houses p

FOR RENT: New chalet. 3
bedrooms, living-dining room,
maid room, porch and garage.
Corner Paseo Cincuentenario
and 7th Ave. Coeo del Mar (San
Francisco) Tel. 3-3005.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom chalet
at Cerro Aul, iwimming pool,
electricity, $100.00 Inquire 8th
treet No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
Resorts
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach.
Phone Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and Urge
beach house, one mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compania da Seguro building in
Campo Alegra. Air conditioned,
levator, cleanerman, big space
for parkins 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
FOR RENT: Commercial site
with more than 400 square
meters of space, Peru Avenue
No. 65, opposite the Ministry of
Treasury. $750.00 nlquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: Site for office on
first floor. East 22nd street No.
24-74, $100.00. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
Rooms
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room in best residential section.
Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
' No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished room.
Bachelors only. No. 18-18 Cen Central
tral Central Ayenue, third floor.
ns
Top Contender Claim
By Whipping Vejar
WEST JORDAN. Utah (UP)
Utah strong boy Gene Fullmer
hopefully awaited a second chance
at the world's middleweight title
he once held today after improv improving
ing improving his claim as the number one
contender for the crown.
The hard hitting Utah boxer
earned a unanimous victory and
new respect Wednesday night hy
outpointing Chico Vejar in a 10-
round nationally-televised bout.
Immediately after the victory
manager Marv Jenson began ne
gotiations for a title bout for his
fighter.
Fullmer utilized his favorite
weapon body punching to win
the verdict.
It was a smashing right, hook
to the stomach in the third round
which sent Vejar to the canvas for
a seven count in the only knock
down of the fight.
Sports Briefs
INJURED BRAVES RETURN
MILWAUKEE (UP) Pitcher
Bob Buhl, out since Aug. 18 with
a strained back, and center field fielder
er fielder Bill Bruton, out since July 11
with a twisted knee, will be able
to increase the tempo of their
workouts next week and more
than likely will be ready to play
for the Milwaukee Braves before
the season ends.
HORNUNG TO START
STEVENS POINT, Wis. UP)
Former Notre Damj All-America
quarterback Paul Hornung will-di-,
rect the Green Bay Packers to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night when they meet the
defending National football
ore champion New York Gi Gi-nts
nts Gi-nts in an exhibition game. Green
'is ay Coach Lisle Blackbourn said
he would play Hornung "at least
through the first half."
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rONTIAC COUPE
1950 Model
Excellent Condition
New Tlrea
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Panama
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Apartments

ATTENTION, O. I.I Just built
modern furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phone 3-5024.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished one
bedroom apartment. Hot water
with boiler includer. Elevator
service.. Also 1 studio apartment.
Both could be used for office.
Tel. 3-1409 ask for Mr. Altman.
Edificio "Campo Alegra" Via Es Es-pana
pana Es-pana across oe Raymond Clinic,
and very dose to the Hotel "El
Panama.'"
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
maid's room with bathroom, hot
water installation, garage. Eu Eu-sebio
sebio Eu-sebio A, Morales Avenue, El
Cangrejo, $115.00. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
2 bathrooms, maid's room with'
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"Lupita Building," Jose Marti
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Inquire 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room dining room,
hot water installation. East 41
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$90. Inquire 8th street No. 5 5-30.
30. 5-30. Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living room, dining
room, hot water installation,
$42.50. Mexico Avenue No. 62,
Brittania Building. Inquire 8th
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FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart apartment,
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laundry, maid's room. Hot water,
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For further particulars call tele telephone
phone telephone 3-4968 from 8:00 a.m.
thru 5:00 p.m. telephone 3 3-6737
6737 3-6737 after hours.
FOR. RENT jfr-2 room partrherlt
reasonably priced. 8th1 street Rio
Abajo. No. 6-A, near Baturro
supermarket.
FOR SALE: 2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, kitchen,
wash tubs, garage. Alberto Na Navarro
varro Navarro street No. 53, El Cangre Cangrejo,
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phone 2-0850.
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time.
CZ Admin Employes
Golf Tournament
Tomorrow Morning
A golf tournament will be
held Saturday morning at the
Panama Golf Club between em
ployes of the U.S. General Ac
counting Office and members of
the Panama Canal Office of
the Comptroller.
The match is set to start at
7:30 a.m. when the ten players
selected from each group will
begin the tee-off.
Governor W. E. Potter, who
has been invited to play, will
not take part in the actual
tournament but will keep a
sharp eye on the two opposing
teams and will award the
handsome two-foot tall golf
trophy which will go to the team
with the lowest net score.
Individual trophies also will
be given to three members of
the Office of the Comptroller
and three GAO men with theH
lowest gross score, first low net
score.
The Governor and others who
have been invited to attend the
tournament as player specta spectators,
tors, spectators, will organize their own
matches. 1
Although the GAO Watchdogs!
and the Pan Canal Comptrollers!
have participated in other ath athletic
letic athletic tournaments in former
years, this is the first golf olym
d- to b stairerl rxtwPpn thr
two. It Is expected that the
tournament w il be an annual!
affair to be held during trier

month, that. th nn men .n" -'""

stationed In the Canal Zone.
CAMPBELL WITH BROWNS
PASADENA, Calif. (UP) Milt
Campbell, the Olympic decathlon
champion and former high hur hur-dlea
dlea hur-dlea ace at Indiana University,
will report to the Cleveland
Browns of the National Football
League this week as a candidate
for a halfback post. Cleveland
coach Paul Brown said he hadn't
aeen Campbell in action but add
ed his tremendous speed should
qualify him for a halfback spot

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FARM AC! A LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. de
VAN-DER-JIS 50 Street No S FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parqde Lefevre

Ibe Bella vista xneaire. a) tuLun:
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1956 Ford V-8
Fordomatie, radio, heater. $1800.
Phone Navy 3514. '
FOR SALE: Buick, hard top, s
1954, duty paid. Phone 6-744,
H-160-B Gamboa. $1225.00
Conventional shift.
FOR SALE: Very pretty. 1952
Kaiser-Manhatten in very good
condition, radio, upholstered,
dash board. Call Balboa 4484.
FOR
SALE: 4-door 2-tone
Ford
V-8, mechanical shift.
1952. Canal Zona car. Tio-too
shape. Garage at El Panama Ho Hotel,
tel, Hotel, Mr. Marcos.
FOR SALE: Leaving Panama,
must sell beautifully conditioned
,1955 Oldsmobile sedan. Good
price. Call 3-2645 between
9:00-11:00 a.m. and 3:00 3:00-5:00
5:00 3:00-5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 2-door
Studebaker Champion. Duty
paid.. Good, cheap transporta transportation.
tion. transportation. $250 cash. Mrs. Worcester
Panama 3-0010, Extension 33,
or call Pan. 2-3066.
FOR SALE: Mercury Monterrey
in top condition, many extras,
54 tudor. $1300, Curundu 4193
or Balboa 3797, see at 221 2-C,
Curundu.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 18 ft. boat 2-25 h.
p. Evinrude, trailer, cheap. 2 2-1569.
1569. 2-1569. Just arrived. New fiberglass
boats. Gunnel length 15 ft. 6
inches, beam width 67, depth
fore 28 inches, depth aft 21
inches. $395.00 to $545.00 F.
O. B. The greatest value ever of offered.
fered. offered. Seeing is believing. De De-mostration,
mostration, De-mostration, Madden Lake Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Call for appointment,
ABERNATHY SPORTING
GOODS, hone 3-6895 and 3 3-0264.
0264. 3-0264. Ninghts 3-6435.
FOR SALE"?-! 1 Plywood
beat fcgfh 7ii h.p. motor,' $225.
t Phoney Jobbe, 4 141
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2 2451 2 J562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. t Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar r.Ue Ins. Co.
lor rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all information
Call 2-1751.
THE
NEW
canon
Model V
With F 1.2 Lens
at
11 SIMM is
Panama
N. York
Col6n
LIONS TRIM ROSTER
DETROIT (UP) Halfback Dirk
lvlrcner. uneoacner mumer Olson
'n,d ful'Mck Don Daley have been
tv-" ? l
H0". .'u N-?Uona! I? ?
nnounced it has
placed tackle Dick Marazza of
Clem son on the reserve list so he
could return to school.
NEEDLES TOP-WEIGHTED
NEW YORK (UP) Needles, UK UK-winner
winner UK-winner of the 195 Kentucky Der
by, has been assigned top weight
of 126 pounds lor Saturdays
(25.000 bysoDby Handicap at Bel
mont Park. Reneged drew a 124 124-pound
pound 124-pound impost while Rica Tavi and
Third Brother were pegged at 123
pounds each. v I

AGKNTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 1S-37

central Avenue 12,165 xel. 43Z
MISCELANEOUS
FOR SALE: Palomino Stallion.
Price negotiable. Tel. 3-3254.
FOR SALE. Child's riding horse,
4 year old, gelding, saddle and
stall: Phone Balboa 4247.
FOR SALE: Wood lathe with
chisels, jig saw. Rifle 22 eal. with
-200 rounds, pistol, 32 eal. Colt
with 200 rounds shotgun, 20
gauge Model 12 Winchester
pump, golf clubs matched set 4
woods 9 irons, aqualung, Divair
complete with spare parts. House
141 X-.' Phone 6-183. Gamboa.
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerators, deep freeze,
reasonable price. House 5759-A
Diablo.
FISHERMEN
NYLURE KITS. Make them your yourself.
self. yourself. We have the material, three
for the price of one. ABERNA ABERNA-THY,
THY, ABERNA-THY, Panama.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle radio radio-phonograph,
phonograph, radio-phonograph, fans, kodaside table
viewer, single bed with mattress,
' desk, portable screens, lamps.
Navy 2294.
TOR SALE: Mis. tools, socket
wrenches Vi" and 38" drive,
grease guns, gear puller and
other items. Also stainless flat flatware,
ware, flatware, wall lamps, paintings,,
bamboo curtain, telescope and
many other householl items.
House 1545-4. Mango St. Bal Balboa.
boa. Balboa. FOR SALE: Oscilloscope 5"
new, M-425 signal generator
mod 324 Eicko. Call 83-6236.
FOR SALE: 1935 Ford, small,
safe, refrigerator, jig saw, oxygen
acetylene outfit, air compressor,
bench grinder, Vi" drill.-Curundu,
5253.
FOR SALE: One male' white
face monkey in excellent health,
3 months ld, $12.50, cage $5.
Please phone 2-3702.
FOR SALE: "Higgins" 26" boy
bicycle, 2 years old $25.00
.Metal bad with mattress $8.00,
good tonditjon 0584-D Bay a no,
fOrCSALE: R-2 gasblinauC-
rerpmar puiiaozer, nyurauuv
controls. Duty paid. Serial No.
4J707SP. Prita $2000.00 Write
Box 291, Colon.
FOR SALE: Bell and Howell
70-D.R. 16 mm movie camera
with 1 inch 1.9 lens and Inch
2.5 telephoto lens. Sacrifice at
$380.00 Call Color! 413.
FOR SALE: 3 pes. plane lug luggage.
gage. luggage. .$35.00 0303 Cable
Heights, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco blocks, 4" x 12" x 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Clayco & Alfareria, S. A.,
Via Espana No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
UN Emergency Force
Being Considered
By Hammarskjold
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Sept.
6 (UP) united Nations Secretary
General Dag Hammarskjold said
yesterday that he was considering
the organization of a standby U.
N. emergency force that could be
sent to any trouble spot in the
world on a moment's notice.
He told a news conference that
"one of (hese days" he would
I form a Secretariat Committee
that would work out the blueprint
!for such a force, patterned on the
emergency force that has been
i stationed in the Middle East since
last November. But he stressed
that the proposed unit would be a
peacetime "standby" force rather
.than the "police force" now in the
I Gaza Strip and the Sharm el
I Sheik Egyptian coastal area on
I the Gulf of Aqaba.
I Hammarskjold's first five-year
term as secretary general will ex expire
pire expire next April 10. To be re reelected
elected reelected he must win General As Assembly
sembly Assembly approval but, before that,
the endorsement of the Security
Council.
The Council was to have met
today on the election issue, prior
to the General Assembly opening
next Tuesday. But the Russians
requested an indefinite postpone postponement
ment postponement obviously in an attempt to
stall the General Assembly debate
on the Hungarian question and,
also, on Hammarskjold's re reelection.
election. reelection. Western sources reported
that the Russians wanted to. delay
endorsement of the secretary gen general
eral general to enhance their bargaining
position at the critical Assembly
session.
ROBINSON ENDS LAYOFF
GREENWOOD LAKE, N. Y.
(UP) Middleweight champion
Sugar Ray Robinson, who defends
his title against welter champion
Carmen Basilio in Yankee Stati Station!
on! Station! Sept. 23. wiU -box today
through Sunday after enjoying a
layoff of two days from hit train training
ing training chores. Robinson thus far has
boxed a total of 28 rouns in
camp, 14 of them during the long
holiday week end.

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SERVICEA ve. Tioll Nov 4 F ARMACIA EST ADOS UNIDO-14 Central Ave.

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j Real Estate
FOR SALE: Now well planned
modern home best residential,
Coco del Mar area, concrete and
stone, : well kept, large grounds
fenced in (10x150 feet), 3 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, 3 baths, studio, 2 ter terraces,
races, terraces, cool. $26,250. Mortage
$13,000 been offered $200
rent. Call 3-6082 or 3-6090
FOR SALE: Farm with house at
New Arraijan, 7th Avenue No.
2921.
Home Articles
FOR SALE: Due to trip. Double
bed, book case type, new, with
night tables. 46th street No. 27,
Apt. No. 4.
BEST BUY IN TOWN Metal
beds 30" with springs; 7.50,
chairs 1.00, dressers 6.00, China
closets 12.50, modern vanities
29.00, molem wardrobes 39.00,
center tables 7.50 aluminum
porch chairs 9.50, modem studio
couch 59.00, lovely mahogany
bar red upholstery 75.00,
wrought iron dining room sets
129.00, mattresses 8. 00 springs
15.00, linoleums 6.95. House Household
hold Household Exchange, National Ave.
No. 41. Tel. 3-49113-7348.
FOR SAJLE: 1 0-piece Rattan
living room suite, newly recover recovered.
ed. recovered. $225.00 Telephone Bal.
44366427 Dos Bocas St.,
Los Rios.
FOR SALE: Wooden blind,
lamps, tables for kitchen, towels,
twin sheets, rugs. Balboa 1309.
Over 300 To Swim
In CZ Jr. Olympics At
Gamboa Tomorrow
'
Tomorrow afternoon at the
Gamboa pool over '300 of ; the
Canal Zone's leading swimmers
vflU compete Iff the Canal Tone
Junior 01ympfcsione Ofhelifg; Ofhelifg;-gest
gest Ofhelifg;-gest swim meetsCof the year?5
The meet will start at 9 a.m.
and the sixty events will run
most of the day day-Next
Next day-Next to the Fourth of July
Swim Meet the Junior Olympics
are considered the meet of the
year for Canal Zone swimmers
and the kids have been training
for over two months for this big
event. ;:v-',
The Junior Olympics is an
event sponsored by the U.S.
Amateur Athletic Union and
conducted under AAU rules; Tn
the past three Junior Olympic
records have been set by CZ
swimmers.'
The meet will be a telegraphic
affair with all contestants
swimming against the clock in
order to put up 4he best time
rather than to beat each other.
The times are then submitted to
the AAU and the
computed.
According to pre-meet specu speculation
lation speculation the Canal Zone has the
best chance of winning the 200
yd. freestyle relay for 11 and 12

year-oia gins ana ior ine 11 anrtest series banged sharply from

jz-year-oia Doys in me same;., nl.tfnrm beneath the 67-foot

event. The girls have .already
made the distance In 2:12:5,
which betters last year's third
place time.
The officials for the meet are:
referee and announcer, John
Pettinglll; starter, Walter Miku-
lich; timers, Luke Palumbo
(head timer), Betty Berry, Geo.
Case, Henry Leisy, Don Ryter,
Louis Dedeaux, Larry Horine;
finish Judges, Ross Anderson
(head judge), Charles Connor,
Jim Hurln. John Moses; clerk. of
course, Robert Connor; "recorder
of records, Betty Malone; clerk
of credentials, Charles Connor.
Army-Tulane Grid
Game To Go On As
Scheduled Nov. 16
WASHINGTON (UP) 1 -"i'-TuIan
football game at New
Orleans Nov. '6 is expected to o
on a.s sphedHed, rl-nit a cm cm-gresman's
gresman's cm-gresman's plea to President Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower that the OadeM with withdraw
draw withdraw berauf of Louisiana's racial
seTegation laws.
Ren. James C. Fulton (R- Pa.)
kei the President Wedrdav
"o institute a genera? rrr,' h h-rn
rn h-rn part'cioation of all U.S. mili military
tary military service teems in segregated
spnrts com"etition.
In a teleeram i the White
House, the Pennsylvania conrren-J
man pointed out that as act of the
' Loiiana IgislatoT barred
interracial snorts com coition and
even integrated seating.
At Newnort R.I., where the
'h-esient i vacationing. Press
STctry James Heeertv sairl h
did not know if Eisenhower had
received Fulton's wire and there therefor
for therefor declined comment. 'i
However, a Pentagon spokes spokesman
man spokesman said "so far at the Arm
knows at (his time, the game will
be played." ..

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Dogs
FOR SALE: Boxer Puppies A.
K. C registered. Can be seen at
. Qtrs. 12-B." Ft. Davis. Phone
07263.
SERVICES
3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5, Auto-Bafto, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
Th best dinners and drinks
are lervad in our medem air air-concntionee
concntionee air-concntionee eaf ataria grill a nd
tsar. Hot) Internacional "Pla "Plata
ta "Plata S do Mayo.-
For the bast In T.V, and electro electronic
nic electronic repairs, telephone: Panama
3-7607 U. $. Television.
No. 1 Check Forger
in United Slates
Taken Into Custody
CLEVELAND, Ohio (UP)-Po-lice
raided a motel early today
and took into custody Charles R.
Speedie, 51, San Fernando, Calif.,
whom they described as the
natioh's No. 1 check forger.
Chief Clyde Prentice of Middle Middle-burg
burg Middle-burg Heights said the suspect at
first denied his identification but
later admitted he .was the man
sought by the FBI and police for
forgery in nearly every state.
The suns-drawn raid followed
spotting 1 of Speedie s car by an
alert, patrolman. Cleveland police
had been alerted that Speedie was
in the area by Van Nuys, Calif.,
Solice. He was described m police
ulleting-as "armed and danger dangerous,'
ous,' dangerous,' ';.uJi
yThe iraiders found a tape re recorder,
corder, recorder, a portable printing- press
attH nlahrirnfo nhotneranhv ftfluin-
ment in Soeedie's automobile, blus
a file of his forBeriesi Jhe forgeft
unarmed wheny.af rested;'? had. no
policei jecorct and a Snever.
photographed Jby-Jaw enforce-
mem -.agency. I -"-pencu. ..seu:ii
was the clue to his appearance.
The suspect, a former law
student, and newspaperman who
turned to crime 12 years ago, had
been sought by police for 11 years
without success.
He was known to police as
"The Traveler" for his method of
moving about the country contin continuously
uously continuously as he left a trail of rubber
checks.
'Bonus Baby 1 71 h
Of Nuclear Series,
Triggered By AEC
ATOP ANGELS PEAK,:' Nev.,
Sept. 6 UP) A "bonus baby" test

re,i lt; arelshot danIin8 from a balloon 500
results are, .., v,. i-i, ....

icci uvci x una x in was uig-
ed by the Atomic Energy Com Commission
mission Commission early today.
The detonation, code named
"Wheeler" and 17th full scale
niifilaoti Avnot-i m ant nf that 1Q7
diameter aerial carrier, sending
rumbles off the ozonosphere to
echo in the valleys and craggy
mountains of the Western desert.
Blast-off time was 5:45 a.m. pdt.
THE AEC, givihg only sparse
details, said the designed yield of
the device was far, below nominal.
Observers estimated it was less
than five kilotons, or about the
equivalent of 5,000 tons of TNT.
, The jhot was closed for observa
tion by newsmen at news Nob.
Newsmen witnessed the blast from
Angels' Peak, about 55 miles from
ground zero.
Despite Its small size, the bright
flash from "Wheeler"? was seen
more than 300 air miles away in
Los Angeles. Early rising residents
in the gambling resort city of Las
Vegas, Nev., and t Reno, Nev.,
also watched the shot brighten
the skies.
"Wheeler" became the bonus
baby of the series when "atomic
scientists added it to the regular
schedule expected to be conclud conclud-d
d conclud-d late this month.
GIANTS SIGN ROOKIEf
NEW TORK (UP) The) New
York Giants have tinned i oar
youths to non-bonus contracts and
assigned them to teams in weir
farm system. They are James
Herricfc, a 21-year-old pitcher from
Lunenburg, Mass.; Charles Hona-
fios. 10-year-old outfielder from
Stratfflrd. Conn.: Anthony Scnaet-
er, 18-year-old shortstop from Bell-;
pOTT, IV- ana nonnio aiceiw,
21-year-old pitcher from Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Mass.
F0R SALE.
JTOUrlAN CONTEKTTBLB
; 1952 Model
New Tires
Good condition
RODELAQ Tel. J-7SU
Panama

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Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX
Join the trend towards modern
: window coverings.. Sea our beau beautiful
tiful beautiful collection of fabrics, match match-strick
strick match-strick bamboo eflT Rufflette tra traverse
verse traverse rods. We trade-in your
old Venetian blinds.. DECORA DECORA-CIONES
CIONES DECORA-CIONES ROBERTO. Tel. 3-4904.
Dr. WenKdehake medical clinic.
j Day-night service,,-:- Opposite
Chase: Bank. Telephone 2-3479.
.. Have you seen and tried COM-1.
OR-CRAFT : aluminum- furni-'
hirer. We can supply iolding or
(tack chairs, loungers, settees,
rocking chairs and settees in
many colors. Special prices for
direct C. Z. shipments. Call Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-6318. Wm. Violette
Supply Service.
ATTENTION all Isthmians entertainer-
singers, dancers, novetly
etc. (Professional or amateur),
r Auditions' Monday 3:30 p.m. Sa Salon
lon Salon Panama, Hotel El Panama to
select acts for Wednesday Va Variety
riety Variety Nights winners of which
receive contract- to perform at
El Panama. Bring your music,
any props, costume, and photo
to 'auditioev ;
Lesson
DOSESE WAITES School of Dane,
ing reopening September 5th.
Knights of Columbus Hall. Resi Residence
dence Residence phone 2-2363. ',
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Preteens
r Balpoa 2-4239. Harnett and
Dunn. ;

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The bold,; searing story of a woman who -.hungered
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Release tomorrow and Sunday at 4' Drive-In" Theatre

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: Bettr Ratten returns from a eelf-imposed sabbatical to
: make her first screen appearance in tour years in "SPRING
REUNION," s romantic comedy with bittersweet overtones
'openins; tomorrow and Sunday at. "DRIVE-ISP Theatre
thronrh t'nited Artists release.
" Betty Is starred with Dana Andrews tn "SPRING RE-
rMON," and the Urre snpportlns; cast is beaded by Jean
Heran, Sara Renter, Robert Simon, Laura LaTlante, Gor Gordon
don Gordon Jones, and James Gleason. AdrL

- WANTED: Stenographer expe-
rienced competent. Shorthand
i English Spanish. Good speller.
Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo
rafet.

WANTED : Competent beauty
operator, must speak English
Submit application giving expe experience,
rience, experience, reference and enclose
photrf. Box .96, Balboa, Canal'
Zone. 1
Domestic Employment
WANTED-: -Woman for house-'
. keeping work with reference.
Must sleep at home; H Street
; No, 11-53' La fmportadora Sa-
leeta. '';, ",
WANTED-; -r- vlome for nice
kitten1. Call Panama 3-491 1 1-form
form 1-form 9 to 6 and 3-0868 after! 6.
Broken ;J?fglif Wrist
Sidelines Philly
Pitcher. Bob Miller
PHH.ADELPHIA. UP) A bro
ken riht wristi suffered in
household fall, today sidelined re
lief pitcher Bob Miller ef tot
Philadelphia Phillies for the rest
of the season.
The Phillies announced that tha
big right hander suffered the frac
ture when he supped and fell in
his home Wednesday. Details of
the Occident were not disclosed.
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Canal Spends $5,244,000
In Panama During Fiscal 57

Expenditures of $5,244,000 were ms.de during the
.Government in direct purchases of consumer goods from
arria firms and individuals, and for construction and other
Thl total represents one of the highest marks in th
purchases of consumer goods during the past six months
-Center se-es required by provisions of the 1955 Treaty.
Details of the Company-Government buying program
-purchase of consumer goods for resale in the Commissary
issue of The Panama Canal Review.
The article is quoted below.

: ni.-n nnrrhaup of consumeried that the value of work

epods from Panama sources dur during
ing during the past fiscal year amount-
-J in vain tn $2 290.000.

"A total of $260,000 was paid

ut for services, consisting pnnci

past fiscal year by the Panama Canal Company-Canal Zone
the Republic of Panama, for' services performed by Pan Pan-contract'
contract' Pan-contract' work in the Canal Zone,
e Canal's history despite a substantial decline in the direct
resulting from the curtailment of Commissary and Service
from Panama sources and effects of the Treaty on the
and Service Center outlets are contained in the September

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.nrf marhinc reoair work ana

"The annual report of the Con Con-tract
tract Con-tract and Inspection Division show-

Fred W. Brown,
Lono-Time -Ionian.
De$ In WNnia
l Ffed W. Rrown, former employe
fttie Pacific Locks and long time
residont of' the Canal Zone, died
Tuesday in San Carlos. California,
according to word received by
fronds here. Fe was 69 years old.
Fnnwal -services were to
JieH this afternoon at the White
Oks Chapel iW San Carlos.

j. Rrnwn wis born in Andrews. In

8iaa, and cam o, the Canl

In Decemher. 1910, as a macm
Tiit with the Isthmian Canal Com
When the permanent Can

I organization was formed, he

wc trasierrea iodine iecniuc
al'DWisicm.
115, he was aam n,i"fr
rut thi time to the Locks Divi

sion as an operator.- With a short
break In his service, between 1922
and 1924, he was with the Locks

Division umil nis renremem m
March, 1944. He held the Positions

ef .TDWiftg .LOCOmOUVe werWH,
Supervisor -and Assistant Supervi Supervisor,
sor, Supervisor, and Tunnel Operator, and at
the time, of his retirement was a
Junior Lockmaster. ; ...
"Rrnwn wu a member of Isth-

nin tAAett k.t. and A.M., and

wa also membef pf the Scottish
Kite and the Sbrjne. Alter be left
the Canal Zone In 144, he worked
with servicemen in th Masonic
service organizationsin the Unit Unit-ee
ee Unit-ee States. '. -'V, "; .'

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This weather report for the
24 hours ending a.m. today,
in prepared by the Meteorolo-a-ical
and HydietraBhle
, Branch ef the Panama Canal
Company:
Rftlboa Cristobal
TF'MPERATURE:
High 17
Low 7 7

HfiMIDITT:
High 75
Low 70 74
WIND:
(max. mph) NW- NW-14
MAIN (inches) .04 1.04
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) St M
SATURDAY, SEPT. 7
t:41 a.m. :4 a.m,
J:54 p.m. , 0:05 p.m,

com

pleted on 132 construction and

maintenance contracts awarded
last year amounted to $1,290,000.

' in addition, work was complet completed
ed completed on SO other contracts carried
over from the preceding year a a-mounting
mounting a-mounting to $495,000.
"These figures do not include
any work performed by contract
on the Power Conversion project,

for which contracts amounting to

several million dollars were a a-warded
warded a-warded or were in process of com completion
pletion completion last year.
"The contracts and amounts of
money listed by the Contract and
Inspection Division were: 60 paint painting
ing painting contracts, $297,000 61 for gen general
eral general construction and mainten maintenance,
ance, maintenance, $908,500; eight for plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, $79,600: and three electrical
contracts, $4,000.
"A total of $415,135 was paid
out in salarias to Panamanian
mpleytt in accomplishinq work
invelvad In thaw contracts.
"The purchases of consumer
goods from Panama suppliers last
year were approximated $600,000
under those of the previous fiscal
year. This was the first time in
several vears when a noticeable

decline in such Canal purchases

has been reported.
"The drop in consumer good
purchase? was accounted for
principally by maior dacraases
in tueh major item as Panama
beef, sugar, eofse, anrf bever beverages
ages beverages inquired by the Commis Commissary
sary Commissary Division since the curtail curtailment
ment curtailment of its sales at the first c5
this calendar year.
"The following comparative fig figures
ures figures on the purchases by the
Company-Government ofconsum ofconsum-p
p ofconsum-p unnds hv Quarters in the past

two fiscal years directly reflect

this loss In Commissary saies

since the first of this vear:
1954 1957
First quarter $699,000 $610,000

Second, quarter 624,000 768,000

Third Quarter wa,uuu wo.uuu

Fourth quarter 895,000 507,ooo
"It was originally estimated that
commissary sales would be cut by
annrnximateiv $12,000,000 yearly

which would become available to
Panama merchants falter the Trea

ty provisions on the curtailment
nf Commissary sales went into ef-

.t ,nd th first six months of

operations have indicated that this

was an accurate esumaie.
amount of goods bought from
amount of goods beuoh t from
Panama suppliers has been
much less than the drop in to total
tal total aeles In thi Commmario.
"The above figures show that
local purchases amounted to o o-proximately
proximately o-proximately i650,000 less in the

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West Plans Answer

To Russian Demand
To Postpone Talks
LONDON, Sept. 6 (UP)- West Western
ern Western delegates met in secret today
tn -hrt their answer to Russia s

demand for ending disarmament

negotiations until next year.
It was a demand loaded with
hinti Russia will never rejoin the

present five-power United Nations
Disarmament Subcommittee, which

has been working lor tnree years

to halt the arms race witnout sue

The delegates from Britain,
France, Canada and the United
States huddled at the Foreign Of Of-lice
lice Of-lice beiore going into the main
conference session, possibly their

last.
Thev were caught unawares yes

terday when Soviet Deputy For Foreign
eign Foreign Minister Valerian Zorin a a-greed
greed a-greed to recess the present talks
on condition they not be resumed
until aiter the Fall U.N. General
Assembly session in effect,

next year.

period of January through June

of this year than in tne compara comparable
ble comparable period of 1956.
"While a six-month period is
too short for use as an accurate
gauge in judging the long range
picture. Commissary officials be

lieve these comparative ugures

for these two six-month periods
r fairlv reoresentative of the

Meal purchase picture unaer pres present
ent present circumstances.

"They believe, however, mat
the amount ef consumers goods
bought in Panama will inci'iase
as more goods are produced lo locally.
cally. locally. "An indication of this is the
rnmnarativp fieures on the a-

mnunt of eees bought in the Pa

nama market from January
through June in 1956 and 1957.
"In the first six months of the
calendar year 1956 the Commissa Commissary
ry Commissary Division spent $13,854 for eggs
produced in Panama.
"In the first six months of this
year, egg purchases amounted to

$29,225, well over twice xne dol dollar
lar dollar vninmf. of the orevious year.

"The following figures show the
dniiar vatiie of Durchases in Pa

nama from January through June
of this year and last of several
staple food products which have
long been bought in bulk by the

Commissaries:

January through June
1954 1957
Meat's $315,000 $175,000
Sugar 326,000 102,000
Coffee 27.000 20,000
Beverage 62,000 47,000
"There was no appreciable de

cline in the amount oi iresn nuns
and vegetables bought locally, the

report showed.
"This was due' to the fact that
most employes who lost com com-missary
missary com-missary ; purchase privileges at
the first cC this year were ri ri-ident
ident ri-ident of thw Republic of Pana Pana-ml
ml Pana-ml whom purchase, of local
fruitt-temd .,vegetabet through
Attention, Russia:
Ho Fingerprinting
Oi Visitors To US

' art a raw a Mrt. Iitnu
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British Unions
Demand Halt
Of Nuclear Tests
BLACKPOOL, Eng., Sept. 6
(UP) Britain's powerful trade u-

mon movement today demanded

on Dehalf of its 8.300 000 members

the immediate cessation of H-i

Bomb manufacture and nuclear
tesU.
Some 1,000 delegates of 184 u-

niops at the Trades Union Con

mKumr-TON mPI The Unit

ed States is getting ready to pull
the rug from under one of Russia s

favorite propaganda memes. u o.
fingerprinting of foreign visitors

rne newiy pasac"
immieration bill awaiting Presi

Aant ir.iapnhnwer's sienature in-

rliides a Drovision giving the sec

retary of state and attorney gen general
eral general nower to waive the McCarran-

woitor Tmmiuration Act require

ment that all nin-immigrant visi

tors to the United States De tmger tmger-printed.
printed. tmger-printed. Rmsia and her Red satellites

have complained repeatedly that
the fingerprinting requirement
amounted to an American iron
curtain thrown up in an effort to
block East-West cultural ex exchanges.
changes. exchanges. Visits of Russian delega-

Hons to tne unuea amies uc

been canceled in the past osten
aihlv because of the provision.

The Soviets have claimed that

fingerprinting is a degrading ana
humiliating process which should

h reserved only tor convicteo

criminals.

American officials have felt all

alone that the Russian attitude

was just an excuse for the Soviets
not to let too many of their citi citi-xens
xens citi-xens come" to the United States to

see now democracy in icuon
works. Now they are going to call

the Soviet bluff by making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to waive the finger

printing requirement as aumorizea
by the new law.
Why Girls Marry-

They re In Love
And Cannot Wait
KNOXVUXE. Tenn. (UP) Love.

it seems, is the main reason girls
eet married before finishing high

school. And impatience.
Zona H. Kelly makes this report
after conducting a four-year study
of in-school marriages in a Ten

nessee city of 20,000 population.

Most girls, she says, were wed
because they were "so much in
love they couldn't wait."

Others bad a less romantic rea

Commissary stores was negligi
ble in te past because ef the
small difference in retail prices
of them products."

; "The decrease in amount of

consumer goods bought in the six six-month
month six-month period probably would have
been more decided except for a

substantial increase in the pur purchase
chase purchase oi building materials this
year.
"These ourchases amounted to

$200,000 in the first six months of

this calendar year, as compared

with only $91,000 in the compara
ble oeriod of 1956.

"These purchases, however, are
subject to wide fluctuations being

deDendent on tne amount oi con

struction work in progress in the

Canal Zone."
Alleged Dope Ring

Head Surrenders

Pleads Hot Guilty

NEW YORK (UP) The alleged

head of a narcotics ring which
was said to have smuggled 100

million dollars worth Of narcotics
into the United States since 1950

surendered today and pleaded in

nocent to charges of narcotics Jaw

violations!
Harrv Stromberg. also know as

Nig Rosen, was indicted with 45
others on charges of conspiracy to

violate the narcotics laws. It was

feared when the indictments were

announced that he might try to
flee. But with his attorney, he sur

rendered to the U.S. Atty. Paul

William this morning.

He was arraigned before Fed

eral Judge Edward Wemfeld and
released in $20,000 bail.

Henry Teitlebaum, alias Hetnsie,

Stromberg's alleged lieutenant
and second top man jn the

smuggling echelon, also pleaded
innocent.; The eourt set his bail

at $10,000. ,: : ''.Aiv'k

Stromberg, known in underworld
circles on both the East and West
coasts, was being sought by fed

eral narcotics agents when his
attorney, MoseS "Polikoff, telepho

ned Williams' office Wednesday

night and arranged the surrender.

Following indictment, of the 46

persons, plus 16 co conspirators.

Williams said an entire interna

tional dope ring had been exposed
"from the purchasing group n
France ot the financial backers in
the United States." He said more
arrests were expected.

gress annual conference unanim-Vcon: They wanted to get out of

ously adopted a resolution calling school.
for an immediate halt in making So,me just wanted to set away
tbe testing because of growing from home, where conditions w-re

health hazards and tne danger tor'unpleasant.

Britain To Try II
-Non-Slop Across
Atlantic In Cornel
LONDON (UP) Britain, ap
parently trying to reaffirm its po
sition as a top air ypower, an.

nounced yesterday a jet powered

Royal Air Force Comet II will fly

non-stop to the United States next

Monday.

ine announcement follows on
heels of a transatlantic flight by

a Russian let airliner, the Tul04.

The twin-jet Russian plane landed
at McGuire Air Force Base, N.
J., Wednesday night following a

flight of 21 hours and 54 minutes.

The Comet flight will be the

first east-to-west non-stop crossing
of the Atlantic for a Comet. The
plane then will continue down the
East Coast to Florida.

The announcement, made by an

Air Ministry spokesman at the
Farnsborough air show, said four

other Comets will fly tothe Unit United'
ed' United' States, with refueling stops at
Gander, to participate in the Stra

tegic Air. Command's bombing

competition at Pmeastle Air

Force Base, Fla.

The first Comet will carry

ground crews and spare person-!

nel for RAF bombers participating
in the bombing competition. It is
the first time since 1952 England
has taken part in high altitude

precision bombing tests.
The British are also sending
three Vulcan Delta-wing bombers
for a non-stop flight from their
base at Waddington, Lincolnshire,
to Pinecastle. They will face U. S.
B52 and B58 jet bombers in the
competition.

A smattering of pre season

Yuietme spirit nu nut Canai aom

iuesaayu wren the doors to chil

dren's toylands were tnrown open

to tne military pubuc at tne main
post exchange of Corozai, on the
j'aciiic side, and Ft. Gulick on the

Atlantic side.

The openings took place as Col.

Attnur- jt hur, commanding oi oi-iicer
iicer oi-iicer of AlbrooK Air Jtorce Base
omciaung at Corozai ana col. Ui Ui-nes.
nes. Ui-nes. ferez, Army Atlantic com commander,
mander, commander, t simultaneously snipp
tapes. i
Vine 60th Army Band of Ft. Gu Gulick,
lick, Gulick, led by CWu Douglas Lee xur-

msnea carols at tne opening on
the Atlantic side ana the ?9tn Army

band unaer tne baton of CWU Jtr-

nest a. Hoch, piayea at Corozai.
As the children gained the In.
side of the 'ioyiands tney were
met by bant Claos decked out
in familiar red and white sled sled-om9
om9 sled-om9 apparel, aanta took Christ Christmas,
mas, Christmas, gin orders and passed out
lompops while making rounds
through the counter and shelf shelf-rowaa
rowaa shelf-rowaa aisles.

SP3 Peter Mitchell of .Hqs. Bat Battery,
tery, Battery, 903d AAA, Ft. Clayton, played
the part of, Santa at Corozai and
Pvt., Donald G. Doonan was at Ft.
Gulick.
Nearly 5000 toys filled the tables

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Clarence Jeter Dies
In Columbia, S. C.
Of Heart Failure

Clarence C. Jeter," former Zo Zo-nian,
nian, Zo-nian, died Thursdayvof a heart
attack at Columbians. C, accord according
ing according to word received locally.
While residing on the isthmus,

Jeter was active in the Masonic

fraternity of the Zone. He was a
past Master of Chagres Lodge,

iBalboa, and a member of .the

Scottish Rite and Abou saaa Tem

ple.

He is survived by his ; wife Lau

ra and' son Clarence C, Jr.: and

two brothers, Boh, of Columbia,

and Randolph, oi Washington jy.c.

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BELIEF AND ADMIRATION A group, of children i register a group of varied expressions
as they meet and talk with Santa Claus at the opening of the Children's .Toyland t Co.
rozai this iveek- Santa accepted lists pf gifts he must bring to military dependent, children
of the Canal: Zone when he and his relndet x; .-drawn sleigh leave their Northland homt
and visit homes .throughout theworld-on Christmas Eve,. In addition to helping the bright bright-eyed,
eyed, bright-eyed, youngsters- with their Yuletldovglft. planning -Santa treated them to candy- loUypops.'
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and shelves atthe;two toylands
bicycles, dolls, wagons, fire en engines,,
gines,, engines,, jet airplanes ""and atomic
weapons, (Buck Rogers (style)

were among tnose lonaiea oy me

eager, bright-eyed -children.

According to Exchange Officer
Maj. Alvin E. Weber, "A fresh
supply of toys is enroute from' the
staies to the CZ counters." Plans
are to keep the stocks replenished
with very -little 'taperjng off be

fore the- holiday shopping season

ends.

Fall Session Of Church School -To
Be Resumed Sunday At Cathedra!

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she took a fancy to while vUlUng the .newly opened, children s
Toyland at Corozai this week with her mothtf

world peace.'

The reaction to marriaze, Mrs.

Kelly reveals, ranged from "vry
happy" to just plain happy, wi'b
not one girl expressing regret.
And then there was this conclu conclusion
sion conclusion on tbe Jiart of high school

NOTE OF HUMOR

LITTLE ROCK. Ark. (UP) A'

note o hnmo evolved fnm

yesterday s tense integration

crisis when Nation' I GuarHsrmflf -rrlty members:

surrour''iof i,entr-i m?h cnoo!; The young matrons do not have

ssfcerf a small boy "hv he was t i3uece on their tiav.cc 'et. rrsshed while approecV

a"raid to come to school. His rca-!mtci. but they e?prot e n n. ing the air base los-ted about nine

son: "Latin." 'sidered an assed. jmilc northwest o:J3ubuque.

Air Force Pilot

Bails Out Of Jet

Near Duluth Base
BLXUTH, Minn- Sept. (lTP
An Air Force pilot was injured
last night when he parachuted
from his disabled jet plane near
the Duluth air base.
Tbe pilot, identified as LL Rich Richard
ard Richard Daly from the Boston, Mass..
area, was reported in food condi condition.
tion. condition.

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m aiaui a. aaocoou ',,srr,rn rwT

dral of St.. Luke in Ancon, will

begin its fall .session of classes

Sunday morning at 8:15.

Children 'and adults sll sges will
receive lessons in: religion that

centralize their .teachings 'around

the Christian,, family "Unit, using

tne Bible, prayer, book and other
religious book as -textbooks. ;
' .New features of this ry e a rs
school include a nursery for three
and four year olds, and a Parent's

class,: where they discuss the re

ligious problems m-every family,
and summarize; the teachings that
the children receive in1 their vari various
ous various grades' The Seaburv series of
lessona'.jj to U used.' K "i- j;
Two additional features of the
school include a baby-sitting room.

where infants are taken care of

while the parents attend, and the
Dean's Bible clas, chich has prov proven
en proven to h; one of -the outstanding
teaching experiences of the year.
The emphasis of the whole school
is on the. family; parents and chil children
dren children are combined in a great ef effort
fort effort to understand the Christian
faith and put it into action.
Edward Jr Lucsfr is again the

superintendent, with the following
teachers on the staff: Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Smith, .the Misses Christine

Wilburn C. Dunscombe. Mr. .and

Mrs. Robert elmore. Mrs. JampJ

Price and Edelin Price, ,CoL- and

mia. Auucu i.miore,'-. jurs, Jamest

mm. m. waynt Poland,. Mr. Don

aid 'iribe, Mr, and Mrs. Warren!

smitn, Mr, and Mrsi John C. Faw
cett Mrs.. Virginia i W. iPeterson,
Col. Hugh M. Arnold,; the Rev. Al Allen
len Allen M. Stuhl ,and the .Very' Rev.
Mainert J. Peterson. ..
There is also "La Escuela Do

minical for Soanish tnaHno'

people, -.which is held -every : Sun
day morning at 8:30 in the Chapel

livery" Suiidsy momfngvat 9:15

the Session begins with fatililv

prayer service,' and at 0:45 thel

classes begin. Although the Cathe

arai is part oi tne Episcopal Churc

everyone in the community

come.

opal ChurcK
inity is well

.The
" 'it,
( Judge's Bench

Girard Rumored
Ready To Change

Plea To '(

MAEBASHI. Jaoan. SeDt.

(Ur) Official predictions of -a
"sensational" develooment In t'n

WiUiam S. .Girard ?. manslaughter

iriai iooay spanceq rumors that

tne ui might reverse his stand
and plead euiltv in th- vino

range killing of a Japanese worn-

n. .;

There was no official confirm a.

tion of the speculation of a po

airve cnange ot pica : that develop developed
ed developed a few hours before tbe opening

ui me secono session of -tne Jana

nese trial of ; Girard,. at 10 a.m.

rnoay (9 p.m.edt Thursday).

But rumors that Girard. 1 a 22-

year-old Armv snecialist from Ot.

tan. Til IJ it ...

u., wouia in row mmsea on
tbe mere r' of th. M-h-M ni..

trict Courfw circulated at Camn

wiiciv uic unpnuani .was
confined, after Army officials iaid

i . -y- '"
Ther was no indication whether
the announcement uH be issued
before o- during the 'second ses session
sion session of Girard'a trial for. the fatal
shooting of Mrs. Naka Sakai. 47-year-old
.Japanese metal picker,
last Jan. 30. ,- 7-
'.r ,.--.-. tt.Yv-'
-At the opening of the' trial' last
week, Girard denied Japanese
charges, that -be had killed Mrs.
Sakai at the Camp Weir firing
tange after lurine bet bv strew

ing some empty shell casings ln
her direction. t. -v
' :' V'i -
Girard' maintained be fired an

I empty cartridge case from the

grenade launcher on bis rifle as
a warning to Mrs. Sakai who with
other Japanese had been collecting
tbe casings to sell as scrap metal

'Three traffic cases were aire

this morning tn Balboa Magi
trate's Court -1
American Robert" R. Locke, 47,

was fined a total of $10 for fail
ing to stop at a stoa sign and driv
ing with a license .that had expir
ed. .-
Bernardo A. Holness, Panama
nian, 37, paid a $10 fine .for driv

ing at 35 mph along Roosevelt

Ave. in Balboa last night.
Bus driver Roy C. Tugwell, 28
Panamanian was fined $5 for tak taking
ing taking on passengers outside of a bu?
stop on IBalboa Road on Aug. 39,

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Girard appeared upset and irrit irritable
able irritable on the eve of the second ses session.
sion. session. He spent Tbunwlsy at Camp
Drew with his Japanese bride.

i "Candy," and sharply rebuffed ef

forts of ppotofraphers to use pic-1
tures of them. . i
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