The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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On time Rotk Integration Row

WASHINGTON Sept. 7 (UP)i-i- Preident Eisrthower, and y attorney genral Her-

stt r. Jicu8$ed posibV'govrnment moves "in th Little, Rficlj integration.

emu today ',-.,1' t: t J Je 1 '. A J -r m1-

betBrow'neU,

, White House; press 'secretary James C)agerty said- f'therecan'J berlan.y 4e,

Vision-on future federal government action8UntiJ,U-,'S District Judge Ronald NDavies.

'act on a petitioij by the Little Roclt school b6ard to "suspend integration, indefinitely"
'trt Jhigh choorthere.'' .Y" Y-fr"'' Yf 'Y' 'Y J
r'XRavles has iisued two "federal court orders to integrate;. the school but Cow. OryaL"

' ;i Fftubus called ,'out the National Cuardrr Tuesday to, prevent. Negroes from enrolling.

Th'ft ludei! ''convened a heatlner

fal tne Achooi Jjoara motion ior
Alater today. V-,-
filsenhower. Interrupting nls

'! Delated summer .vacation, con con-1
1 con-1 Xerred with BrOwnell for 43 mln mln-:
: mln-: -.utes immediately after he flew
' In from NewnortRI.
' Jlagerty jtold reporters after after-"
" after-" wards, that BrowneJl broueht
Elsenhower up to date on the

; development m tne utue nvm
situation and went over "vari "various
ous "various aspects of the law' relating

to ii. '
' Haeerty said they discussed

possible actions the FederaJ gov government
ernment government can take, v
He id Vir a's discussed
"the authority that President
has as it affects the Nation!
Guard.'' '
Hagerty Said Brownell review reviewed
ed reviewed for Elsenhower a fact-finding
Teport being prepared by the
'.Justice Department v and FBI
agents. '
' The report was requested by

Davies who had approved a

plan of gradual-integration Jn

Arkansas schools-.
- Haeertv said thereport jwiU

i- be presented to Davies Monday,

) ot Tuesday, and will include in
formation supplied the1 FBI yes yesterday
terday yesterday by officials representing
Faubus.,,V A f'- H;:
Taiihus has eaid he has fififor-

'mation tOTrove.that his action

brought Elsenhower utf ,'to date

on tne uttie kock situation.
. He. said the Justice Depart

ment'S role In the matter is f to
advise the President on legal aspects-
of the? matter and carry

out any orders Of Federal

courts." v
. Meanwhile in N a s hville,
Tnn., a federal judge ruled
that a Tennessee voluntary
segregation ': plan. Is "clearly

.unconstitutional,", clearing the
way for racially-mixed classes
to start In the first grade here
Monday. 1

Thirteen Neeroes out Of 136

eligible have enrolled to attend

previously allrwhite city schools,
It will be the second integration-in
Tennessee, where CUn-

tonJhlgh school hegan its sec

ond year of mixed classes auiet

ly this week. f

tS.' District Judge William E.

Miller held that Tennessee's

"voluntary" plan, where parents

couia enoose to eena tneir cnu cnu-dren
dren cnu-dren to seereeated or integrat

ed Schools, l conflicts i with' the
U.6.; Supreme Court's basic de decision
cision decision against Segregation.
;He said, that to allow the
Nashville School Board to fall
back on Jks would void his own
order, to Integrate ..the t schools

forthwith. l t

;' as needed to prpvenl; possible hearing for school board attorV

vioipnpp n iit' kock. Jneys to prriprn tneir tpc

"VTrtttteity said the' FBI report Aside from the sHuautms In

lb Davies would 'be .purely a (Nashville and turbulent .Little

."The act is clearly' unconsttlreeatlon xoes ot-enforcthe lnte

tutionaJ' Millet ruled after' 'gratIort with -bayonet, r .,

Crouch, who explained to his
mother there was a Negro school

Closer to ner nome." 1
' Integration of 10 Neero stu

dents proceeded quietly in the
three cities of North v: Carolina

but an 11th student, Dorothy
Counts, 15, stayed out of school

for the seoond.day. Her par
ents said she had a throat in

fection- but that, they also "were
thinking it through from all an

gles" arter tne girl was stoned

on her first and only appearance

at an aii-wnue, school ai cnarv

lotte. :. r

Integration troubles' ap appeared
peared appeared waning at Sturgis in
Western Kntueky with 18 Ne Negroes
groes Negroes in class with whites for
the fourth day, yesterday.- But
jitat police were still in town.
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No such showdown as in Lit

tle Rock, was likely In. Nashville.

.Gov. Frank Clement had kept

hands, off the. local integration

developments.;' He commented

that he had authority-' to call

out the militia ; only when re

quested to do so at places where
local authority had broken down.

Clement sent troops to cunton

last August when racial violence

rocked the town, and has been

accused eve .since by 'pro-seg-

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the" best of food !no matter what the nationality. Five countries are represented' In the mess mess-hall,
hall, mess-hall, so name the-dish and the 61st has the culinary artist to prepare it. Pictured are tour
of the cooks, left to right, Pfc. Martin WStroblof Munich, Germany j pvt. Ernesto I.Gonza
le( Santa Rosa,' Mexico Pfc David K. Kanamu from Honolulu, Hawaii; and PvttLaurtls
Klltgaard from .Copenhagen,.' Denmark, ( One other cook, Sp2 Raney I. Gift, ball front
Springfield, Tennessee; V ' (U.S. Army; Photo

fact-finding, on and would not

' Include any recommendations. -..
' He said It would deal only
with th 'facts as to whether whether-there
there whether-there had been.) interfeMneei
; with tr non-eomplianee wlth
the court's' orders that Little:
Rock schools be integrated
' Brownell, appearing before
television cameras after he. left
the White : House, said -he

Rock. .Ark., tnej South's .ever

widening Integration T1 t s

brought the following : develop developments!"
ments!" developments!" i j i i
, An unidentified Ngro boy, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by his mother, ap applied
plied applied to enter a white high
school In Richmond, Va.; the
last capital of the Confederacy.

He was turned

principal, Mrs.

circled student couacil i ad,
era at Eaf Hirh School today

K and was confronted with slgne,

reading: "Fire i Clement, Hir
Faubus" -4 carried by dmon
strators.p' k
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The limited Integration' fri

Nashville, .starting with the first

eraoe. was. tne city 'a answer to

Judge Miller's order last winter

away by the, that the schools be mixed this

Loyal :Bafisfa vTrQbps

Mop! Up f In iOenruegos v
a ''.v'- -iTt,A? r :-Y' uj & ,i

last pockets of resistance In -Cienfuegos, today, ending fhs aber
blood f revolt in that key south coast- sugar port., ,.
Y Jimu. Buchanan f 'th Miami Heralds the onl 'Amirican

newsman to make his way through the army blockade areuad
Cienfuegos, reported that 10 navy, mutineer still were holed

up" on cayo wce uiano. tnree mues rrom tne city ..

GovernorsMB'CalleilOut National Guard

n At Least lur Hassled With Washington

t WASHINGTON (UP)-State gov

eroort have called out the Nation

al, Guard at least four times in
recent years to gppose the federal
. government, a former assistant to

the U. S. attorney general said

- today.. -
Frederick Bernavs Wiener, writ-

' Jng in the Washington Post and
; Times Herald, said there was

"ample precedent" for Arkansas
Gov. Orval Faubus's decision to

, use tne guara ui me uiut adu
-1 school integration dispute.
t .Wiener; said the guard was
called up to block federal' action
" in- other .fields thatt school inter
. gration in .Texas in the early
- 1930's, -in Arizona in 1934, in Jowa
. via 1938 and in Oklahoma-in 1940.

y t He said: the U.S. Supreme Court

.'. ruled on the actual merits of using
, the National Guard only in the
: Texas case.-W ? '..

" There Gov.' Sterling ordered the
- v guard ot enforce a state order to

,. limit ; on production., a federal
court had issued an injunction
- forbidding the .Texas' pailroad
': Commission to enforce the order,
, but th,e governor declared the eil

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area to be in a state of insur

rection and called out the guard,

Wiener said.'-

Another federal Injunction was

issued and the case went to the

high court on the covernor's an

peal that his proclamation of mar

tial law was sot subject to court

review..,,. .... --:.

The Supreme Court unanimously

rejected Sterling'! jrr g u m e nt

mener wroxe, ana saiain anopin

ion by Chief Justice Hughes: "If

this extreme position could be
deemed to be well taken, it it

manifest that the fiat of a state
governor, and not the Constitution
at the United States, would be the

supreme law ot the land: the re

strictions of the federal Constitu

tion upon the exercise of state

phrases, the futility cfwhkh the

state may at any time disclose

by the simple process of trans

ferring powers of legislation to the
governorr to be exercised by him,
beyond control, upon nis assertion

of necessity.- i'Vf'
"Under our system of govern government,
ment, government, such a conclusion is obvious obviously
ly obviously untenable. There si.i no such

avenue of escape from the cars

mount authority of the federal.

Constitution."

Wiener said the Arizona and Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma cases involved construc

tion of dams by the federal gov

ernment, and both were decided
on issues other' than use-of the
National Guard. The Iowa case

arose when the governor called

out the guard to stop a National

Labor relations Board hearing
at the Maytag Co. Diant.. The hear

ing finally' was held elsewhere.-'

Edwin P.' McManus, professor

of constitutional law at Georee

town University here, said if FaiM

bus siciaim that he called out the
guard to prevent violence and
bloodshed is valid, "then I think

he is on firm constitutional
grounds." '-

McManus said there have been

cases where state officials at the

county level have faced federal
prosecution on charges of denying
state .citizens their federal consti constitutional
tutional constitutional rights. But he knew of tte

case where a governor! had been

taken jo court by
government.

He ''aid In a conyrlghted dis

patch that- Col. joss- Fernandez
Rey, cmomander of -the Las Vi Villas
llas Villas province military force, cent

nij troops to wipe out the renei

lorce,-&': "f.fwM
The; revolt began Thaarsday

morning when members m the

Cienfuegos naval garrison muti
nied and joined civilian follow

ers of rebel leader Fidel Castro,
taking over the police headquar

ters and other .points in the

'A government communique
said the "disturbances of Cien Cienfuegos
fuegos Cienfuegos : have been completely

ended." '"'-r
; It Said 50 rebels and 12 mem

bers, of the loyal armed -forces

were killed in the fighting.

Brownie

ard

jii Her iBy Reaw

The first, time the store Ws

broken Into six weeks ago, BettlS
said 'some 12000 worth of rhi-ft
MiilDment and iewelrv includ'nz

diamonds,; emeralds and ame.

0

W'flash-in-the-pan. hero- Is

Brownie." the canine Jinofficlal

employe of the Cristobal Marine
Electric Shop, whose picture ap ap-peafficTln"
peafficTln" ap-peafficTln" the September Issue of

the Panama Canal Review. '":
- Apparently realizing that he

has a reputation to maintain

Brownie went oh overtime iduty

tttis week and assisted' thfe. In

dustrial Division nights watch

man lh 'apprehending a loiterer

the Nationaljwho .was up to no good in, the

i The. dog's barks routed put the

man who subsequently was turn

ed over to the police, brought to

trial, and found guilty on a loit

ering charge. ..
- in addition to a five-year serv

ice .record with the- Canal

Browni reports for worv each
mnrnlnr with the rest of the In

dustrial Division employe-, he NEW YORK UP) Walter Blow

h m. limitation a. vatcn rtoe.iuroDaDiy ien toousn wnen ne

TM .Ttin aeo he assisted the pleaded innocent in federal court

night watchman to corner two yesterday to charges of not filing
other would-be thiey. in the income tax returns for 1954 and
Industrial Division yard.. v.. 1955. Blow is a tax adviser.'

Private -aources said the toll

might reach 200. At least 16 bod bodies
ies bodies were counted in the streets

in front of the police headquar
ters.. v ,.Afij,-'i

Buchanan said the army held

off Jow-level bombing attacks

on Cayo Loco-because of ami

aircraft emplacements held by

tne sauors,

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THE PUL$E

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Of PANAMA

VheI NATIONAL Brewery, '-of
whic'-v "-Hpfin Ernpt.-O la

Gunrdia Jr. "was manager lot
many years before he was elect elected
ed elected president, has been fined 23

bv tne Finance JMlnistr for vio

lating the FUcal code regarding

tne uuze 01 its bptues.
' Thfrmlnlmumi fine was impos

ed; on', the comranv because It

was held that the brewery did

noi'wuiuuy violate tne regula

tions. However, It was given six
months to replace present bot bottles
tles bottles with tegulation-size ones.
"Th$ brewery had argued that
the article regarding the size of
bottles was erroneously copied,

because that was not tne way it

was finally approved by the Na
tional Assembly.

Offers Rw ward

For Thieves' Arrest

Roy A. Bet'Us. the owner-man

ager of Tropelco. today offered
a "substantial reward'' for in

formation leading: to the arrest

and conviction of the person -or

persons who have broken into
his establishment twice in the

last six weeks, y; ...

Bettis made the offer this

morning after his store had been

broken into last n lent for -the

second time, the thief or thieves
making off with between 'J500

and, iluou in casn,

Local-raters Get
To Realizing

Pay Hike Is Dreai

Some disflppointment was reaisfered rodav hv Wnl

rate workers as the rank-and-file beaan tn ronlir hn

adoption 'of o single-wage scale on the Canal Zone
when, ond if enacted does not embody a general pay
raise.
United States officials have meilntnmeA nil 'ilnn

that while the plan would open up more and better jobs
to Panamanians, as more of them aualirv for oreater-rev

sponsibility; if would result in immediately increased pay
for only a small percentage of the present staff, i -"v
Local labor leaders have also knbwn this. 1'
A transcript of testimony aiven in Washinatnnr hwi

the Canal's Personnel Director, E. A. Doolan, .indicates
that only: some 200 non-U.S.-citizens in Canel ': cmnlnw

wouiu receive wage increases under the proposed plan:

- The: nian will result In nn es

timated $240,000 increase in

payroll- eoats, Doolan told 1 the

House CIvU Service Committee
during hearings y tin HR-6708.

which wasnot senftto the floor.
S''TVlAlaW btcal, V'iKIa 'innr.au'

would be Offset in wears to ome

by., .the utilization of more-local

ly wrrM Tui-wf' .w

One newspapef columnist
reported that the. board of di di-rectori
rectori di-rectori of the brewery, among
whom are several i Assembly Assemblymen,
men, Assemblymen, is considerino possible
counter-measures to get out of
spending thousands of dollars
to replace its present supply
of bottles.
The- narjer commented that

one of the most feasible seems

to be the revision of the Fiscal

Code, b the National Assembly

Plans are being studied by the

National Abattoir and a local

fishipg company to dredge Pan
ama Bav off PaltlUa to accom

modate .boats with draught of

20 feet, v

thysts wer stolen In addiUon) i-iAccerdlnr to reports, the. plan
other things. v' v ontemp4ate-gtag a canal
- right un to' the abattoir's dock

Bettis said today he hopes 'he

will be able to recover some if

not all of the stolen equipment

and is willing to give a cash re

ward to anyone who could supj

ply him with the necessary in

formation

TRIP TAX ADVISE

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j INTEGRATION TROUBLE IN LITTIE ROCK Students pass by three tf the more than 250
; National Guardsmen that surrounded Central High School In UtUe Rock, Ark, to keep Ne-
groe from registering. Gov. Orval Faubua called out the Guard to prevent violence he said he
feared "lorcible integration" would bring.

and forming an artificial cove In

tne raiuiia area.

' The Supreme Court has con

firmed a. sentence against for

mer President Jose Ramon Gul-

zadO; whala serving time for his

participation in the 1955 presi presidential
dential presidential assassination, and his
business partner and alleged ac accomplice
complice accomplice Rodolfo St. Malo who
were ordered to pay 121.063 to

George -Townsend as a result of
a labor claim.

develoned.

i. The single wage plan will
embody the present local-rate
and U.S.-rate rolls iatte'a sin-'
gle roll. ; Except for overseas
and tax" differentials, persons
holding the same jobs will re receive
ceive receive the same pay, regardless
of citizenship.
The plan involves the classi

fication of all jobs as manual

non-manual, service or special

category.

In bis prepared statement de

scribing the proposed plan, Doo

lan said:

"The basic wage and salary

plan which has been developed to

implement the United States Gov

ernment commitments has been
conceived and prepared jointly by

representatives of the Army, Na

vy. Air Force, and the Panama
Canal Company and the Canal

Zone Government The same job

designations, grade levels, evaiua
tion plans and pay plans will ap

ply to employes of all United
States Government agencies in the

Canal Zone. .

"It is divided into three major

parts: Manual, non-manual, and

service. In addition, there is

group of miscellaneous jobs not

included in the three major

groups: we have labeled these as

special category jobs,
"(a Manual:

"(1) Coverage: This category

consists of manual-type (blue col

lar) jobs including unskilled and
semiskilled labor, skilled trades
and crafts and related superviso

ry snd inspection jobs.

"(2) Evaluation: The manual e-

valuation plan contemplates the

use of the Navy pay level system

or all manual type occupations

Returned Deportee

Gets Gamboa Term

An elderly ; deportee, Joseph

Antomt Williams, is back in

Gamboa penitentiary for a year

as a result of his having once

again returned to the Canal

Zone. .
Williams pleaded not guilty.

but was convicted In a trial held

In US. District Court. Ancon.

He has a long criminal record.
Acting. Public Defender Dr. L.

C. Carrington represented Wil

liams.

Cooperation Pays Off: Curundu:Gets Its Swimming Pool

If. determination, patience coo

peration, and bard work do not

pay -eff, the residents oj Cumda

would bke to Know way not,

Ther wanted a swimming pool

and. employing all the virtues

mentioned above, they got a swim swimming
ming swimming pool.', '.-.- ,k I
.- The story of the Cunradu swim

ming pool began four and a half

years ago when aa Air Force base

in Trinidad had aa excess ec pool

equipment and offered It to Co-
rutuju.' s "i

Interested persons contacted Ii:

Cel. Robert H. Waitus, command

ing officer of what was thea the

Curuadu Army reservation. He was

ed from Washington to build swim.

mmg pools ia the Canal Zone.
Under his aupervisieft m letter,
was prepared for Washlngtoa and
aermtatieft was araated. New

L they tied permission, seme -.e

quipment, bur ne meney.
Whitus authorized the organiza

tion of a committee knows as the
Swimming Pool Association ot Cu Cu-rusdu.
rusdu. Cu-rusdu. Its first chainnaa was Wes

ley Kennedy.

With the main purpose of rais

ing money, the association went to
work. They held fairs, expositions.

carnivals snd dances and sponsor sponsored
ed sponsored boat rides. .. . : j

Still short of 'money, they

interested ia the idea,- but alerted jeeiTed permission from Haj. Gen

theat that ennissioa was requir-' JLtoael C AIcGarr,

time was- commanding general, U

S. Army Caribbean, to use funds

from theCurundu post restaurant,
Finally with this help they start started
ed started work
-"."

When construction of the pool

got .under way; volunteer labor

came from some of the residents,

however,- moat of tne work was

done by hired local labor.
The pa! Is aew in its final
states ef eenatrwetien. It Is
petted fa be completed by the
middle- ef this menta, et which
time a eWicatiea ceremeay will'
be held.'
- During the four sad a half year

period, Joe Wertx succeeded Ken-

who at the nedjr as caairaaa at the associa

tion, the
James W.

present
Price.

chairman is

Complete with filtering, circulat circulating
ing circulating and chlorine equipment, the

pool ia 45 by 100 feet It is equip

ped with three diving boards, one
three-meter beard and tea one one-meter
meter one-meter boards. The bathhouse is a
poured concrete structure.

Thanks te the residents, the

dTeaid of a Curundu swimming
pool has been realized. Four and
a half veara are it consisted -of

three Tillering tanks, circulating

meters and some pipes and aires.

TodaV threa inmrthinr for the

filter tanks to filter sad the cir circulating
culating circulating motors te circulate

and the use ,ertheNavy sperms
ry pay structure for supervisory
Jobs, At all levels, Navy jobs ti titles
tles titles and evaluations are to be us used
ed used wherever jiracticable. ',,
"2- Pavr. Rst f na aiw tut.'

'Sition ,ia this group In levels 1

tnrougi io are w ne axed with
reference, to, prevsiJing tatet t
4XI it P" :h e j'yi.vH. L-Vmi-Canal
2one and are to be adjust adjusted
ed adjusted on the Abasia of economic con-
ditions prevailing in the. C anal
Zone Snd the Republic of Pana
ma. Rates of pay for positions in
levels 11 through 19 are to be fix
ed with refrence to the average
rates in the 9 United States naval
shipyard areas and are to be ad adjusted
justed adjusted annually on the basis of
wage adjustments in those areas.
"(b) Nonmanual:
"(1) Coverage: This category-

consists of nonmanual type (white
collar) jobs including administra administrative
tive administrative technical, professional, cleri clerical,
cal, clerical, and related occupation r
"(2) Evaluation: The nonmanual
evaluation plan contemplates1 the,
use of the Department of the Na
vy point evaluation system for
classified type jobs. The United
States Civil Service Commission
classification standards will be us used
ed used in conjunction with the point
evaluation where appropriate and
where necessary to maintain suit-,
able alinement of positions Titles
will be those currently usecLbv the

Navy.
"(3) Pay: Rates of pay for po positions
sitions positions in grades 1 through & are
to be fixed with reference to rates
of pay for comparable job i the
Canal Zone and are to be ad t-

ed norinrlirillv An th hasta'.i..

conomic conditions prevailin id 1 ' il

the Canal Zone and the Republic F
of Panama. Ratea of eae inr m. h.

sitions in grades 4 through wUl

be fixed with reference to rates

of pay for comparable jobs inthe
Department of Navy, and grgi to to-be
be to-be adjusted when those rates are
adjusted. -vy

(c) Service:
(1) Coverage This category in

cludes sales-type, iced service,
housekeeping, and related subman subman-agerial
agerial subman-agerial positions and medical at

tend ants positions. . '"

"(2) Evaluations Classlfkatioa

standards developed by the Ar Army,
my, Army, Navy, Air Force. Civl Serv Service
ice Service Commission and other Feder Federal
al Federal agencies will he used for eva

luating representative jobs under
this plan. Local evaluation'' guide!
will be used where considered nec

essary. Otner jods not evaluated

by job standards will be evaluat evaluated
ed evaluated by the ranking method.; Titles
will be based on those- ia' the
Dictionary of Occupational Titles
published by the Department- of
Labor. :
3) Pay: The rates of psy-ta
(Continued an page S)

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ARMY BULL? C
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Canal Zone police are on the
lookout today for the owner- cf

an animal described as a "row"
and found roaming along -Fort

Amador causeway.

Questioned as to whether the

animal is a genuine cow. or Per Perhaps
haps Perhaps a steer, perhaps off a cat cattle
tle cattle truck, the desk sergeant at

Balboa station said all he knew
was what the field force phoned

in.
Law enforcement authority
seemed much more interested in
how the beast made its way part
the guard gate at 15th Naval

District. ,

Anyway, thev have a four-leered
horned animal ef eorf s a

tied bo availing a dalmast

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THE MAIL BOX

BUYING A CAR

( "rihio 4c infanHcri ais s warnln to all those Who live In Pail'

ami but who do not. have Zone privileges. My advice to those
, rho contemplate buying a second-hand duty-tree car donTL
i i Here is what happened to me, A US government employe

was leaving the Isthmus and asicea me u i a w-e w ouy wa w
It seemed In good shape and the price was right, so we complet complet-mA
mA complet-mA th. Hooi Tnun enme the headache a lone and severe one.

'llFlrst I had to get a Paz y salvo (as everyone must if you

! want to turn around In Panama). v j , i
: Th riAvt. t.nr was to have the car evaluated. The evalua

tion was i thoueht. a fair one. However. I then learned that

'the original owner had already had the car evaluated and had
' been given a figure $25 less. When this was called to the at attention
tention attention of the customs head man, he said he was the boss and
that he said goes, it didn't matter what any underling said. So
what are you going to do?
i ,Tnere were many more papers to be obtained I finally
iound up with a file lolder full of them, paying $3 here and $1
.'ihere while my pocketbook got thinner and thinner. thinner.--
- thinner.-- i X)f course, I han already got a plate at the beginning of the
year for my old car which cost $36. .Por my new (second-hand
car I had to get another and this cost $14, making a totakof $50
I have shelled out for plates, so far this year.
' You can't take the plate from one car and put It on anoth anoth-r,
r, anoth-r, and you don't get anything back if you turn a plate in.
Then there's the Insurance. you still have to get new com compulsory
pulsory compulsory Insuiance. The one you got at the beginning of the year
is not transferable. 7
Now, if the rest of you people still want to get a duty-free
vkt In Panama, I might ri:ake a further suggestion. Don't say
anvthlnir about it. Just t&ke your old plate off and 'put It on

your new car and let the other guy worry about getting a new
plate. Make sure the insurance on the car you're buying is all
paid up, and you won't have to worry about getting more. As
ior going to Customs, don't worry about it. How are they going

to Know whetner tne car you re armng is auiy-paia or nuif
Honest Jot

Labor News
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Comment .

Sir:

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Labor Day was -oulet for us. but It was plenty rough over

mpst of the continent with the death toll on the rise. We cov cov-'
' cov-' ered the town and made the run on that eleven-mile speedway

opened last week, without a ston or signal light. Found a new

comer from Virginia had brought his 202-year-old home with
him. a two-story lor house, looked to be about 60 by 40 feet and

everything with it down to the old rail fence. The same rock

cmmney ana we same oia snmgie rooi. n tm uae ouuuuig wis
are tilled in the new futvlre San Antonio will be some city.
. I don't know what to think of the new conservation idea,
but too much of It can bring on a panic. I will not stick my
neck out and give my opinion, as I did In 1928, but I will say it
doesn't look good, and when the spending of money stops, look
out; for spending oi money makes good times. There Is a lot of
new work laldNout in city as well as the Army bases that will

-keep us going loiyat least two years, loosing too many or tne
Air Bases doesn't" ibqk good.
Last nicht was 4 stormy nlcht. with our gage showing a

rainfall of two and a half inches, while the official 12 miles

north gave 1710'iths.
Looks like the Panama American, the best little daily puD puD-t,
t, puD-t, liahed, has forgotten me, as I haven't received a copy for more
"i than a month.

y My old friend Bill Haskins is leaving ..prlstpbal or Laredo,
,Teas.eepU6, and! I dan't know7what,tfll dtfj&thpiit the clip clip-"
" clip-" pings, where I get most of my infornliitlonr Hope some 'good
; friend will think of me and keep me posted. -
Remember, I spent 35 years of my life in Panama. Paper

stopped just as Creae cauioun was getting some good ones in
.the Mail Box. And you may note from this writing that my
vision is tome better.
Pop Wright
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PANAMA'S POSTAL SERVICE
The deplorable postal service that exists presently In the
.Panama post offices, which are maintained by the Panama gov gov-'
' gov-' eminent, surely discredits Panamanians in general and demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates complete Inefficiency of the politically-picked postal statf
'(spoils system).
Mails received at Panama's post offices according to the
date stamped on tr.e enevelopes are delivered to their owners
anywhere from 30 to 40 oays after mails posted within points
' of the Republic of Panama, usually each its destination about
20 to 30 days This inefficient postal system has become acute
since January, when thousands of Panamanians and foreigners
was forced to use these postal fcaillties in compliance with the
Remon-Eisenhower Treaty.
Panama unceasingly clamors for more business. Trade surely
does not coincide with the Inadequate postal facilities to accom accom-modatethe
modatethe accom-modatethe increase volume of malls. The merchants of Pana Pana-ma,
ma, Pana-ma, who successfully financed and engineered this "get-rlch-qulck"
treaty, failed to convince the oligarchy of the former
andUpresent governments that an efficient postal service is ab absolutely
solutely absolutely essential in the progress of the country.
Z' Mr.X.

Sir:

LA BOCA PARK

"Park Enthusiast" (Mail Box, Sept.) has the right idea.
.There cou.'d not be a more beautiful or convenient spot for a
park than la Boca.
The Zone urgently needs a place for family or group out outings.,
ings., outings., plenty of room for a children's playground, benches and
tables for picnic lunches.
Also some of the buildings could be used for inside picnics
; daring the rainy season a fine view of the Canal. Let's all
get together for such an entertainment center for our families
- and our friends.
A. J.

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By VICTOR RIESIL
A star was born in the Boule Boulevard
vard Boulevard Theatre not too far from Hoi
I v wood on Oct. 17. 1952. The mas

ter of ceremonies was one of the
few men in this age of man-made
moons who needed "o microphone

to be heard bv an audience m tnou

sands even if the thousands were

Teamsters at an indoor picnic. But

the hubbub did drown out some
of his historic words and I now

rescue: them from limbo

The M.C.. one Dan Tobin by

name, launched the new star

well in advance of the Internation
al Geophysical Year by thunder-

"He is the biggest small man in
Detroit. When you go to Detroit
tnHav vou hear about Hoffa, but

you do not hear a word about Hen

ry Ford. As I said, he is a very

hi cmiil man. And he is one man

we developed in our time. He is

pretty nearly civilized now. But I
tnw him when he wasn't."

There were no further nomina nominations
tions nominations for the tenth vice presidency
of the Teamsters., Hoffa then del

ivered a short modest speech.
He took hit place with the eld
rs on the platform. He wt the
youngest, tlw shrewdest and the
most eonfimptuouf for he knew
his Teamsters roll nd across
that same platform ho had soon
stride the groat of this nation.
Thoy had all come to say a few
kind words and tike e rosr of
approval as artificial as dubbed-

In laughter on a TV quickie.

Many of these are international
household names today. They lent
this union respectability although
for exactly 50 previous years the
corruption was as deep as it was
unpublicized.
For the past five years Jlmmie
Hoffa has had that image of poli

tical pageantry before mm. me
politicos would always come with
hat in hand after they had retriev retrieved
ed retrieved it from the ring. Who can blame
Jim Hoffa now for the contempt
which springs from the knowledge
that with election time the politi politicians
cians politicians will roll around and that in
between they can always be count counted
ed counted on?
Npw Hoffa is running the na national
tional national convention of the Teamsters.
That seething contempt for others
is there in every gesture.
It was Hoffa who decided the
Tpmjter would meet in the cool

luxury of Miami Beach. It was his

motion wnicn move me ieam ieam-sters'
sters' ieam-sters' high command to open a
special convention account in a
Miami bank. Hoffa set the initial
..n.n num. at 1100.000. It was

he who cfrinned and graeefully per

mitted "the- morieJMo j;guariea

by a- triumvirate ive .uecs;,

Teamo administrativo -vice pres

ident, Einar Mohn, and one "Dus "Dusty"
ty" "Dusty" Miller, chairman .of the u u-nion's
nion's u-nion's Southern Conference.
An intra-union missive dispatch dispatched
ed dispatched to Teamster officials the other
week disclosed that "Hoffa and
hi cnlleaeues clan a serious psr-

ley with panoply enough to match
the Roman forums as they listen listened
ed listened to toga-clad chieftains.

"The enormity of It (Teamo (Teamo-tors
tors (Teamo-tors convention starting Sept. 30)
just the physical arrangtimunt
lone, is almost comparable to the
national political conventions
which nomnaito presidential can candidates,"
didates," candidates," the bulletin said with
the certainty that the parley's
progress it being watchid with
tlw interest poured Into the big
party gatherings.
It is a sien of our times that

the Dolitical fortunes of a labor

leader rivals the nomination of a
national candidate on the Hooper
ratings. We find ourselves tabulat tabulating
ing tabulating 70 locals for Hoffa in the west western
ern western states as we-tmce put pencil
to paper during the Sen. T a f t-

Dwight D. Eisenhower tournament.
We count these votes for Hoffa
not because wo doubt that be can

have the Teamsters', presidency if

he wishes and tons Decome one
of hte land's most powerful men.
We count them to see just what
the division is in the Teamsters
and bow many will stay with the
AFL-CIO when and if the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters are thrown out

There is only one man wbo real

ly is funding up to Hoffa. That's

Tom Hickey, "Honest Tom," who
was told by the Senators that his
face is an affidavit of decency.

Honest Tom isn't running to win.

He is running so that the opposi opposition
tion opposition won't lose by default. He is
running against, the star to dra dramatize
matize dramatize the opposition and give
them a chance to .otand up and

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

The Miss Who Missed: Astrid II, came up with a novel tax-re

Papamichael, "Miss New York" in

the forthcoming Atlantic City

"Miss America" contest, missed

out earlier this year in a similar

contest at Palisades Amusement
Park. She was thumbed down as
"Miss New York State" for the
recent "Miss Universe" contest-
I've Got to Write it, But You

Can Skin It: Composer of "That

Majorca speu is uuncan mbc mbc-Doueald.
Doueald. mbc-Doueald. Jr.. not Duncan- Mac-

Donald as noted here, Duncan Mac

Donald is a she a Boston TV

nroducer. .It must be St. .Pad

dy's Day at that. It was John Ire Ireland
land Ireland and a beautiful model taeg-.

lie

green at tne Henry Hiwsoa cnan
Room.;. James J. Kriegsmann, the

Rrnadwav lensman. got tne Jioa

to do the new Latin Quarter shows

all the lovely lovelies in tneir run

undress costumes. What a lucky

buy! (Hey. make a set of CWc-

kee James and Simon McQueen
for me. Double exposures, I mean.)

These Are The Answers: AGVA,

the variety artists' union, did not
contribute to a Jimmy Hoffa por portrait.
trait. portrait. Hoffa never had any con connection
nection connection with its union welfare fund.

Even a Phonograph Stops (But

not me). Judy Karl, she s Mane

McDonald's stepdaughter, at Glen

Cove's villa Piere with Duck But Button,
ton, Button, Olympic skating cham who's
set to become an actor.. .Another

feather for smart Phil Greenwald

is the classy thrushmg of Peggy
Thomas in the fabulous Concord

Hotel cocktail lounge. She's ErroU

Gamer's ex. a sort of Sara Vaug Vaug-han,
han, Vaug-han, Ella Fitzgerald, Dinah Wash Washington
ington Washington all in one ... That's some

thing even at the Concord with its

all-star shows. .O Temporal o
Mores When I was a kid (and

when was that, pray tell?) fam famed
ed famed French Lick Springs was known
for Pluto Water, tony gambling

and the home of the Democratic

party under wily boss Tom Tag Tag-gart,
gart, Tag-gart, who owned the resort (and
the State of Indiana, too). The
Taggarts are gone, the gambling
is gone, and all that remains of
yore is the water. Now there's a
new look at French Lick, -since

Sheraton took over and spent three
million to convert it into a conven

tion site (booking into 1961 alrea

dy) and a musical festival, with
long-hair, a Midwest Tangle wood.
Shades of Vice Pres. Tom Mar

shall (a Taggart man) and his

five-cent cigart
I've Heard Everything, but Have

You? Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh
still trying to collect for their an

tique furniture that went down on

lief plan that would promise a

cross-the-board cuts of 10jer cent
or so for every taxpayer mean meanwhile,
while, meanwhile, he's so busy he's turning
down clients.

If You Heard it Before, don't
Stop Me: Is the Jack Bary rift
in the lute serious are they plan planning
ning planning to make it stick? (Why, I
didn't even know they were separ separated)
ated) separated) ... Irwin H. Kramer; the
young genius who runs the Edison
Hotel, planning a world tour to
gander foreign hotels and I'll be
happy to i give him some confi confidential
dential confidential assists ... Lovely Lisa Fer-

raday writes: "Brod Crawford and"! always look for two things in

HMO Had .told Jrod (hat Fratlce
has smaller than 10,000 "franc
o t e Si we had the band m m-round
round m-round usj and everyone else.
The divertissement started and
a tall, beautiful Chinese girl
did a dance, We invited
her to our table, not knowing what
language to address her in. But
she said, 'Are you from New York?
When you get back tell Lee Morti Mortimer
mer Mortimer that Jadin Wong, fronvthe old
China Doll, says Hi.' It's a small
world, isn't it?" Yes. It's a small
world! Lisa adds! "I'm not sur surveying
veying surveying motels in Pennsylvania
I'm touring in 'Witnes for the
Prosecution.'

More of the Same, And You
Can Have' it ... El Dors, an exclu exclusive
sive exclusive London night club built for
Diana Dors by her ex husband.

was raided by lobbies. Bit of a
party there, but the police were

very nice about it... Steve Kills of
"Silk Stockings" and starlet San

dra Stewart hitched in Las Vegas.

He's barrister Emu Ellis 22 year-

old boy. (Why EmiL I didn't know

you were old enougn.) ...Torcheroo

of the Week: The chants of Terry
Taylor at Al White's Southampton

Supper tluo ... Tne answer to my

question: Presley pitching for Ve Ve-netia
netia Ve-netia .Stevenson to needle her ex,

Russ Tamblyn ... whose Jubilee

platter. "White- Silver Sands" is

zooming to the top ...When Patrick
Henry declaimed "Give me liber

ty or give me death," obviously
he'd never been in show business

where liberty is worse than death.
I Don't Know, I'm Merely Ask Asking:
ing: Asking: When's the last time Tina
Louise was in a subway, if ever?
The "Li'l Abner" lovely cot her

lovely puss in the papers, launch

ing a new type subway-map!

be counted, even if they are knock- the Andrea Doria. Haven't a Louis
ed down. I XIV chair to sit on... Dorothy

He runs so be can prove tnat aiTownes settlement from Jack

stroni orotest vote 1 there. Hie

key believes that there will be a
25 percent of the vote behind him

some 450,000 Teamsters.

Ho runs to prove that if toe

Webb is over the $140,000 mark,
but what she insisted on most was

a new foreign sports car. Must like
foreign sports. .Melissa Weston,

the post-deb, (and what's so post

Teamsters Brotherhood is ousted shout her?) is a busy little las
fram tho AFL-CIO. there will be a Westhampton Beach way. Here's

loyal center around wnien to build

a rival union

He is fighting because there are

some moo who cannot do otherwise

and tolerate themselves.

I. 1 - M J T U U.m

tug ui u"c uy. ajuuku at fiaiUK-
toa Inn with Oleg Cassinl, dinner

I II

there with Ralph Field, playwright
Joe's son, and supper in the same
place into the wee hours with Ed Eddie
die Eddie Collins, new director of the
Huntington Hartford agency. What

would she do if she were a young

sub deb?

No Disss, No Datta, no Nuttin:
Beautiful Barbara Hunt, tho La

tin Quarter dancer, subbed with

out notice in Giliaa Grey.'s. sing-,

ing spot when Gilian came down'

with a cola, was a smash, too
Lena Toner is building a borne
in Aeapulco and Steve Crane, her,
ex, is opening a restaurant there.)

How cozy! j

Washinstosr Here I Come; Able

Mike Kenay, the young lawyer and

tax expert, an Al Smith Demo-'

erst who raa so far ahead of the
ticket i last year's Westchester

State Senate e lectio", has the eye

of Albany, ad nay be run for

Coagress. Mike, a Naval InM'i

gene ccueef durrsf vorld .war'

Wasn't that the scoop of the week
at Billy Reed's little Little Club?
Tina Louise alone? ... So what's
Johnnie Ray crying about? He'll
make a half a million more in
bookings before the first of the
year. (Maybe he's crying the A A-pril
pril A-pril 15 blues.) ... Anyone ever call
the underworld combine "T h e
Sin-dictate?" ... How come Holly Holly-wood
wood Holly-wood hasn't found Edward Abbott,
the dress designer and manufac manufacturer,
turer, manufacturer, who's another Bob evans,
but in spades,, Evans was also a
manufacturer and it seems that's
the only way you can get into films
now.

confession of a Candid Cutie: I

a

It, Is Just as poor manners for

a person always to insist on
picking up the check as tp be
slow about reaching for It. The
person who' is gracious to be a a-round
round a-round likes to do his part, but
he Is also willing to let others do
theirs.

i It is a fault not to let others
have a chance to be generous,

soo.

'MIAMI BEACH When the
Teamsters converge oi these gild-

ed shores for their convention

later this month, they'll find more
racketeers per square mile than
anywhere else in the country.

They'll also find that Bob Ken

nedys Senate sleuths have been
here ahead oft hem. ;
The scandal-scarred .Teamsters
couldn't have picked a more a aus auspicious
picious auspicious place to dramatize their
ties with- the underworld.
Bank y- roll -flashing, mobsters
hang out in the pastet palaces a a-long
long a-long Collins Avenue: mingling with

portly businessmen and their be-

jeweled wives who come to Miami
Beach for the world's most expen expensive
sive expensive suntans.
In tho basiling honkytonks hero
can be found the biggest names
In both cafe and criminal soels soels-ty.
ty. soels-ty. Who's Who in th Social Ro
gistor and the rogues' gallery.;
Following uo Senate investiga

tors.- this column scouted under

world haunts, traced Phone calls
between racketeers and interview;
ed both the cops and the crooks
who prowl the neon-lit night here.
Here are our findings:
HOODLUM HANGOUT

Arriving' hoods check in at the

Gold Coast Lounge in Hollywood,
Fla., a few miles up the coast from
Miami (Beach.
This appears to be the under underworld
world underworld message center iff the Mia

mi area. Telephone records show

daily cans to gangiana cmeis au
over the country v
An unlisted nhone behind the

bar and a pay phone in the corner
are kept busy ; with calls to such
notorious gangsters as Vincent

"Jimmy Blue Eyes" Alo, who suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded Frankie Costello as rac rackets
kets rackets boss in the New York area:

Paul "The-fWsiter" Ricca, who

sold his Lake Michigan mansion

to the Teamsters; Johnny Dio, who

socked a photographer during tne
rpfont Sanate rackets hearines.

Also on the phone at the Gold
Coast- Lounge have been mob

chiefs in New York, Chicago, De Detroit.
troit. Detroit. Cleveland, and Los Angeles,

not to mention almost every known

hood In; the Miami area. ;;;?.
The lounge is rufr by blimp-bellied
Joe Sonken, who, police say,
was formerly a partner in the Chi Chicago
cago Chicago call-girl' racket with Pete
Ornstein, alias Petey Arnold.
The pair came to Miami a few
years ago and opened Mother Kel Kelly's
ly's Kelly's night club.
JEWEL JOB
'. Onsteirt also is considered one
of the slickets jewel thieves in he
big time., In 1950, he was picked
up for attempted jewel robbery in
Washington,?- Misnn loHee
havd investigated but never taught
him practicing the same profes profession.
sion. profession. ( ' i '
A Negro bellboy Identified Orn Ornstein
stein Ornstein and Mattie Hochberg, as the
cool thieves who walked off with
a salesman's, sample case full of

expensive jewelry simply by ask

ing for it. urnstera posea as we
salesman and asked a clerk to get
it out of the hotel safe.

Afterward, the bellboy suddenly
came into a small fortune and o-
pened his own hamburger stand:
out of town. Police couldn't get
him to talk until the statute of
limitations had run on the crime. 4
A few months ago, the Ornstein Ornstein-Hochberg
Hochberg Ornstein-Hochberg partnership was drama
tically ended by a well-aimed rifle
bullet. Hochberg got it in the back
while he was shaving, s
Police are still investigating the -murder"-
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SENATE ANCLl'
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Senate investigators have found
a labor racketeering angle that
may permit them to crack down
on both Sonken and Ornstein.
The 250-pound Sonken muscled -in
temporarily on the local Plas-.
ter Tenders, Hod Carrier's, 'Cons-
truction and General Laborers, 17-1
nion. ,
Senate agents' have, also traced 1
several phone calls to Ornstein
from Anthony Goebels,, alias, Tony
Ricci, in New York City. The rae -kets
committee is investigating j
Riccl's connections with the Gar'
bage Collectors' Union, They sus-
pect he deposited union funds in
his private banking account at the
Dreyfus brokerage -firm. --
Meanwhile, a grand jury is liw
vestigating charges agamst Miami
Beach's former police .chief, Bo-'
meo Shepard. The City Council
thought enough' of the charges to
replace Shepard as police 'chief .
The t'tteent people In the Mia.
mi area are trying to curb the
. racketeer influence on :: M I m ( ;
Beach. Their latest move is to
appoint tough, honest Dan Sul-
livan as County Safety Director
with powtir to onforcn the laws
throughout sprawling, sun sek
ed Dade County.
. Already tho hoods are taking
to cover.
, MIAMI-GO-ROUND
v Sun seeking Northerners are
flocking into Greater Miami' at
the rate of 3000 a month. Dade
County's population has more thani
doubled in ten years .Latest fig." :;
ures show the county population ;
jumped from S15.138 in 1945 to 703, 703,-707
707 703,-707 in 1955 ... The tourist business
is booming all along the Florida
coast. Most popular are the fabul.
ous motels that are springing up
north of Miami Beach ...One with
personality is the plush Chateau
which has an impudent bird, "Jo
Jo" the Talking Mynah which
whistles at passing girls A.
other distinctive motel is the Veno-
tian Isle, which takes guests cruis- ) :
ing on Biscayne Bay in a gondola.
(Biggest feud on Miami Beach is
between its two most spectacular f
hotels the fabulous FonUineV vi v
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SATURDAY,' SEPTEMBER T, 1957.

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DATLY. NEWSPAPER
PAGB THREX

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fl"JMAX. RAYMOND M, HERRERA center) of the U.S. Army
Caribbean School, receives the National Sojourners past
Maief'MedtlVm CoJ Glnes Perez ..VS. Amy Cargfaim
" School commandant; Judge Edward IP. Tatelman (leitV of
tbY Cristobal lagistrate Court, hold the Heroes of 76 Medal
whieh was also awarded Ao Herrera at a special meeting of
tee National Sojourners Caribbean Chapter No 21 at the Fort
SSdM Jnmcm' Club recently. Herrera ia returning to- tho

United States for reassignment.

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Smalhers Hopes
For Consideralion
Of Tax Cul In '58

WASHINGTON,' Sppt. 7 (UP)

Sm. Georee A. Smathers (D-Fla)

a memDer or me aeuaie riuauce

Committee, today ventured a cau

tious hope for consideration of
"moderat" tax cut nert year,i

Smatheri said the committee,

headed by Sen. Harry F. Byrd

fD-Va). would consider a tax re

duction bill if it felt that cutting

taxes would not add '"to the fires
of inflation" ad if the adminis-

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trauon s Duaeet snowea .a surplus

On the last, day of the recent

session of Congress, JSyrd called
on the Eisenhower administration

to produce a budget next year

that w o u 1 d reduce the national!

debt and still provide for a tax

CUt. "Ji'

. The tax-writing House Ways 4

Means committee headed b;
RePi 'Jere Cooper (D-Tenn). wil

open hearings on tax cut legisla

tion Jan. '7, the first day of the

new congressional session. .d

mands for a tax reduction are

heard most frequently in the

House, where all tax legislation

must originate.

The desire for ; a tax cut will

gain steam with the approach of

election year 1958 when many

members of the House and Senate

are up for reelection. ..

Tax reduction m some -form ap

pears likely if the administra administration's
tion's administration's budget is keDt in balance.

bmatners. writine in his. weekly

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newsieiier to consuiuems. was ex

tremely cautious. He said the Fi Finance
nance Finance Committee felt at the start
of this year that tax reduction
might be inflationary and endan

ger the economy.

Smathers said the ommittee.

conducting a long study of all

aspects of government fiscal poli policy,'
cy,' policy,' had not yet arrived at an easy

solution to tne tax problem.

But he said, "all of us realize

that our savings, our salaries, our

wealth .such as it is, can quickly

be destroyed by runaway infla

tion."

SP2 EARL H. MARKWAY, right, of the Finance and Account Accounting
ing Accounting Office, Corozal. displays his Damage control School grad graduation
uation graduation certificate to Col.. Joseph F. Escude, left, VS: Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean ChemlcaV officer, following" the school's recent grad graduation
uation graduation ceremonies at Fort Clayton, Markway was the first man
to score a perfect examination mark on the mid -course exam
during the two-week school. His graduation average was 99.1
ppr cent,. the highest average ever recorded by the school since
,its inception In January of 1950. (U.S. Army Photo

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. LT.. COL.- HUGH P. OSBORNE, left, UJS. Army Caribbean
Inspector. General, watches as his son, Hugh, Jr., center, 19,
is congratulated by Sgt. Leo P. Champagne, right, recruiting
NCO, Adjutant General's Section; following the younger Os Osborne's
borne's Osborne's .recent enlistment in the Army for two years4 Hugh,'
jrrf is a ? 1956 1 graduate of Valley Forge Military Academy,

Wayne, Fa and- attended Texas A&M College for fc year. He

win leave the canal zone sept:'. 11 lor basic training at Fort
Dlx, N.J. Following hi basic training, he will .apply for air aircraft
craft aircraft mechanics Bchool. (U.S. Army Photo)

Russia Wants To Throw Disarmament

Negotiations To UN Genera! Assembly

The week's Ad and bad news

on the international balance sheet:

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In Damage Control School Course

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Finishing with a 99.1 average, ,ing In the seven-year history of

Sp2 Earl H. MarKway, an audit tne cnemicai, tnoiogicai, n
rlerk in the U.S. Armv Finance diolloeical" course In the Paha'

ervice at Fort Clayton, ob- ma Area Damage Control School

'ned the highest scholastic rat-

1 j &c

at Fort Clayton

Markway .racked tm another

first in the two-week course by

making a perfect score on his
Hnal exam. He was in a class of
18.
He entered the Army In July
1948 in his hometown of Akron,
Ohio, and took basic training at
Fort Dlx, NX
He has completed the finance
school, the radio repair and
construction course at the. Sig Signal
nal Signal school, the adjutant general

school ; and the quartermaster

scnooi as -wen as tne cbr course.
Markway arrived In the Pan Panama
ama Panama area In July 1956 and, be

fore working in the finance serv service
ice service at Clayton, was assigned to
the Office of the comptroller,

Headquarters MB. Army Carib

bean at Fort Amador.

He Is married to the former

Earline Fontenot of Kinder, La.

They live at 252A Diablo Terrace,
Fort Clayton, with their ? five

children: Dennis Wayne, I; Ka

thy Darlene,, 6: Debra Lynn.-2:

Earl H- Jr 1; and Jeffrey Gale,

a jnontnt;

Quote Unquote

NEWPORT, R.I.-President Ei

senhower, commenting on his poor

goir game at the XNewport Country

ciuo inursday:

"It takes a little time to eet mv

joints limbered up.

CINCINNATI Art Fowler. Cin

cinnati Redlegs pitcher ordered

shipped back to the minors:

'If I can't make the Reds'

pitching staff, then I'd better quit
baseball." ,

LAS VGAS'i-Jaynfl llansfield,'

who after losing a mink stole was
promised a full length' mink Coat
by a hotel) if the stole is not

found: 1
"If I weren a law-abiding 'citi 'citizen
zen 'citizen I'd" almost wish the police
didn't find the stole."

WASHINGTON-Chairman John
McClellan of the Senate Rackets
Committee, on New York labor
racketeer Johnny Dio's fine and
2-year prison sentence for labor
shakedowns;
"It Is gratifying to know that
the law can reach these crooks,
convict them and make them
serve their sentence."
LONDON A Soviet disarma disarmament
ment disarmament delegation spokesman, on
the East-West disarmament con conference
ference conference that broke ud in deadlock

Thursday:

"The (disarmament) subcom

mittee has finished its mandate

and enoed its work in failure."

.Soviet Russia's insistence on un

conditional suspension of nuclear
weapons tests threw the London
disarmament conference into a
deadlock.

Delegates of the United States,

Canada, Great Britain, France
and Russia, constituting a sub subcommittee
committee subcommittee of the United Nations
Disarmament Commission, had
been negotiating since March" 18.

it had looked, at- times, as u

the five nations might agree on

some proposal that would consti

tute the long hoped for "first

step" toward an eventual disar
mament treaty.

The four Western Allies had

made numerous offers to Soviet
Chief Delegate Valerian A. Zorin.
The final one called for a 2-year

suspension of weapons tests, cou

pled with a ban on production of
materials for making nuclear

weapons.:
Each time, after consulting his
government, Zorin had rejected

the Allied proposals. He held out

for an unconditional ban on the

tests.
This week It became, pretty

clear that Russia wanted to throw

the disarmament negotiations into

the y.N. General Assembly,, which

opens its; regular -ennual meeting
on Sept." I7- s- .. ,v

bring India and other .neatralist'

nations,' which o p p o s a nuclear

weapons tests, into the negotia negotiations
tions negotiations and thus strengthen its position..'

In anv event, it was anoarent

the London conference had failed
to bring about any real progress
toward the "first step."

Loy Henderson, the State De

partment's No. 1 expert ov the

Middle East, reported that the sit

uation in Syria, which is now un

der control, of pro Russian ele

ments, constituted a serious threat

to the security of the free world.
Henderson had been sent on an
urgent mission to the middle East

for an on-the-spot investigation of

Syrian developments.
He conferred with T u r k 1 s h,
Iraqi, Jordanian and Lebanese
leaders and with United States
ambassadors o those countries.
'His report to the State Depart Department
ment Department gave a grim picture of the
situation. No effective United

States answer to the pro-Russian
trend in Syria was in sight.

Communist Hungary started
seeking the support of the Arab
countries and the East Asian
"neutralists" in opposition to a
United Nations resolution con condemning
demning condemning Soviet Rusian interven intervention
tion intervention in the Hungarian revolt.
The U.N. Asembly is to open a

special session next Tuesday on a

report by a five nation commis

sion denouncing the killing, im

prisonment and deportation to

Russia of Hungarian rebels.

Henry Cabot Lodee. United

States chief delegate to the U.N.,

is sponsoring a resolution which
calls on the assembly to approve

the report of the commission.

countering tne Hungarian cam

paign. Lodge confered in New

York with delegates of .U.N. coun-

.tries.frqhi. ail over 'be- world
asking 4hem to vote for the reso

lution.

OH Key Song Wins
Hiss Indiana Top Spol
In Talent Conlesl
ATLANTIS CITY", .N.J. (UP) A

church choir singer who is all
mixed up geographically w o n
Thursday night's talent round at
the Miss America pageant with a
hllarhus, off-key rendition of "My
Hero" from "The Chocolate Sol

dier." ...

daughter of a Lutheran minister,
entered the contest as Miss lndi lndi-ina.
ina. lndi-ina. But she was born in Chicago
and .lived in Winston-Salem. N.C.

before moving with her father to

m. Petersburg, jf ia. two years

ago. v
Miss Renrecht now attends Val

paraiso University in Indiana, her
stepping-off-point to the st ate con contest
test contest which she won.

' Sings Off Key

She ; conceivably as.' the first

contestant in history of the pag-

""i iu wia w Mucin, conipetuion

Dy singing otr itey. Her three

miuuie act wmcn earned her a
$1,000 scholarship was that of a
scared young soprano making her
theatrical debut singing "My
Hero." ' (
Miss Georgia tall Jodv YMr.

oetn snattucK 20, was judged the

unest among 17 swim suit com

petitors as she swept down the 120
foot runway in a white satin cre

ation Cld threaded ahniit tho

bodice. .
Miss Shattuck,' 5-feet, 9-inches
tall and. 130 pounds, blue-eyed and
blonde, had 37-24-38 measurements.

She attended St. Lawrence Univer

sity ana the University of Georgia
for one year eafch,. She was bom
in Pittsburgh.

High Comedy Wins
ftnnA scram if 4j.tlr ktk J

to win the talent division Mi. in.

diana had to win out over excel excellent
lent excellent performances bv Miss vr.

mont, displaying her own paintings

an original skit with nrieinal

music Miss North Carnlina'n nm.

ic treatment of new puiahritv

before the cameras; Miss Idaho's
solo from "Die Fledermaus;" Miss
Utah's violini presentation; Miss
Nevada's piano Solo. Miss Mary

land's reading of a letter to her

parents and Miss Minnesota's ex

cerpts from "My Fair Lady."
The two winners joined Miss
Missouri and Miss Arizona as ore-

liminary winners. They won the
talent and swim suit competition

respectively Wednesday night.

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V BACK TO CHURCH MONTH f I

Summer days ore one. vacations nr v

over, school has bequn ; . If vou hiv

neglected your church during the lost k'f

iew weeKs, now is a good time to resume .-;

regular worship. 'w-

) THERE IS A PLACE

CONLYYOUCAN FILLlI

M A Alllin i m r

y:rfW wuAY Jtn0UL (class for all ages) T
"Don't fool yourself that the study of the Bible 1"
Just for children. God's Word was meant for all,
agea to study. Mpm and dad need to come to i i-S.
S. i-S. S. too." v
11:00 "FRIENDS OF CHRIST" "i
(Grade and Hi School)
"Holy Communion, The Lord's Table is open t ':
those who love Christ. Let every man examine"'
himself." ",
6:00- YOUTH FELLOWSHIPS
7:00 "THE BLEATING OF THE SHEEP"
"God uses men as His methods. He needs cleansed
lines to carry His Word. Saul tried to hide sin in
his life but God's voice would not be silent."
NURSERY PROVIDED A GOOD CHURCH HOME

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Bronchi,Wife
Fly To Iran

ROME. 8eut. 7 (UP) Presi

dent Giovanni Gronchl and his

wife Clara flew to Iran today for

a six-day ta.te visit to the Mid

dle East nation.

Gronchl and his official narty

left Rome's Clampino airport a

board an Italian Airlines DC-6.

J Jtntmt Christ cuArtee1 Simen

Just s Christ 4iierie4 Simen
fetar with the seul-seerchiiis
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.Those fao tov Christ will find joy in worship in His
1 House .". They will not neglect regiilor attendance.

&30SUNDAY SCHOOL' fCiasses for aU azes)

Ktllrfr Irk KiAtKi breo!f i'nnrnvawl .nnft 'risv4 Ym mm

oiler to the entire family, children, 'young people,-and

I mauii. fciuay uoas wara witQ us. i
100l-WHY DID (DOlT MAKE kit :' I'i ;
Beginning a Series of Messages in James.. '.i-t.
i 60 bAptist;.traimnji UNION y i
r i "Cai the Job training" g familiar la today's employmerU"
; practice. This la an old prtnclpfe ia Baptist Churches
; with 6 departmenU the entire family la served. . .

. ;7:30 "WILL THERE BE EQUALITY.LN jfEAVEN?:

au men are created rree and equal" or are they?"
. Will heaven correct all Inequalities-of earth? Will all
Chrlstiacs have equal placet In heaven? ; ? -j
FULL MIRSERY SERVICE LISTEN TO HOXO 1
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Policeman Fined $50

For Blacking Eye
Of Married Woman
GASTONIA, N.C. (UP) U A re recorder's
corder's recorder's court iudec" fined

policeman $50 here Thursday for
blacking the eye of his married

giri rriena.

But Judge L. B. HoIIowell threw

out a peace wsrrant against OffL

cer Kooert Whisenant ; on the

grounds the woman had dated
him since the time she made the

complaint.

HOlloweU found Whisenant. an

guilty of assaulting attractive 31-

yesMia Mrs. isie Keller .i
Mrs. Keller, estranged from her

nusoana, -a prominent local con contractor,
tractor, contractor, testified that Whisenant
was "insanely jealous" of her and
threatened her when she tried to
end their affaif a year ago. v
She said Whisenant forced lin

ear on me road Aug. 21, dragged
her from-' the car and beat her

wiin a piasuc handbag. t)ne of

ner eyet was still black when she
appeared in court. .'
The ; defense claimed Whisen Whisenant,
ant, Whisenant, a widower, was shooting pool
fka timm Mf ik ......1.

Prosecution, evidence included a
letter Whisenant admitted writine
. r.ll t. .... j..

you, I need you, I miss you and
m die if I'don't get all these
things. .r -T ,
Ar he dismissed the neaca war.

rant, HoIIowell said the woman
could not have' been very afraid
of Whisenant if she continued tn

date him f t e r the -, alleged
threats.- -r----, ;:rm

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Dra. Jin and Betty Barker are

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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2 biierest 'Annually on Saviors Accounts
; INITIAlDEPOSIT $5.00
' We rnake loans with guarantees on first mortgages
' or other securities.
! 25c-50c;;- $1.00 and 15.00
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
deposits are accepted thru a period
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Individual safety deposit boxes, for Jewelry and

documents,, in fliff erent sizes.

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MR. AND MRS. CHARLES H. McGARVET whose marriage took
place this morning at 1 1. Clayton Post Chapel. The bride Is

tne loriiier Misa PrlscUJa Denlse Roqueberwi

the

rnMM!TTPFthP new pommlttee of the AnKlo-Amerlcan Society Is shown at

dinner held at the Union Club on Thursday jilght. Seated from left to right are Dr.Ho-
faoio Con te Mendoza, Thomas Darlington, Df. Tomas Guardia, president of the society,
" Ambassador of Great Britain Ian Leslie Henderson, Macarlo Soils, Dr. Harmodlo Arias Jr.,
' and Dr Carlos Arango carbone. Standing are Gay Woodrow, Rodrigo Porras, Ted Rim-
hilngton and Dr. Carlos A. Arosemena Arias. ;

v BRAZILIAN INDEPNDENCE DAY WILL
E CELEBRATED AT EMBASSY RECEPTION
The Ambassador of Brazil in Panama, Aguinaldo Boulltreau
Fragoso will rive a reception at the Embassy residence tonight
lor member of the Brazilian Colony to celebraU the Indepen Independence
dence Independence of Brazil, which is commemorated today.

. Silver Cup
Made in 1793
i Given To Society
A silver cup, which was made
in 1793, during the reign of George
HI of England, was presented to
the new president of the Anglo Anglo-Panamanian
Panamanian Anglo-Panamanian Society, Dr. Tomas
Guardia, by the Ambassador of
Great Britain Ian Leslie Hender Hender-fSh
fSh Hender-fSh at a meeting f the society
aV the Union Club on Thursday
meht.

Ambassador Henderson m a d el

the presentation on behalf of Can Canning
ning Canning House, London.

McGarvey-Roqutbcrt
Wedding At Clayton
This morning at 11 o'clock Miss

Priscilla Denise Roquebert, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Roque

bert of San Francisco de la Cale-

ta became the bride of S-3 Charles

H. McGarvey, son of Mr. and

Mjs. George McGarvey of Long

Beach, Calitorma at the Ft. Clay Clayton
ton Clayton Post Chapel. The ceremony

DOROTHY CHASE'S-
Fall Classes Begin October 1st.
f INCLUDE;
Ballet (the foundation for every field of dance)
Tap Toe Limbering &rBody Placement
Women's classes and Tumbling for "Little Guys."
For further information Phone Balboa 1751

ENTRY BLANK FOR QUEEN
OF THE TEENO BALL

. Name Age
- Box No. Phone No.
a
1 Height ..Weight ..
Measurements
. Hobbies

Pacific side teenagers are eligible only from 13 to
19-years of age. Dead line for entry blanks is SU SUIT
IT SUIT urday, September 14th. Final selection for the can-
didate will be held at the Balboa Theatre, Monday,
September 16th at 4:00 p.m. Please bring bathing
suits. "Mail entries to Miss Harnett, Box 106, Balboa.

was performed by Capt. Charles
Richard Catholic Chaplain.
Miss Emily Wilkerson sang Ave Ave-Maria
Maria Ave-Maria accompanied by the chapel
organist.
The bride wore a whole satin
and tulle gown. An empire crown
held her finger-tip veil of illusion.
Miss Cecilia Roquebert, acted as
her sister's maid of honor.. Anoth Another
er Another sister Mrs. Emilia R. Friend
and Misses Exenia Vargas, Car Carmen
men Carmen Davis and Edith Madrid
were bridesmaids. Their escorts
were Messrs Jose Billemil, Les Leslie
lie Leslie E. Bradley, Mathew Mallard i

and William Gerard.

The best man was Mr. Chester

Penk. Ushers were Mr. Leon Gi
guere and Mr. M. Lindenberg.

The flower girl was Miss Jeanne
R. Friend, and the ring bearer was

Victor Martinez Blanco.
Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs.
Wallace Ferguson, Mr, and Mrs.
Norman Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
Carlos Arosemena, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Carlos Roquebert, Mr. and
Mrs. Abelardo Herera, Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto de St. Malo. Mrs.
Mercedes de la Guardia, Mr. and
Mrs. Manuel Fierro,; Mr. Luit
Grimas and Miss Inez Herrera,
and Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Rodri

guez. A

A reception was at the Fort
Clayton NCO Club immediately
following the ceremony.
After a wedding trip to EI Va Va-lle
lle Va-lle the young couple will m a k e
their home in Bella Vista. Mr.
McGarvey is S member of the
armed Forces stationed at Fort
Clayton.

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HOT AND COLD WAR In revoTt-torn Algeria, the French
Foreign Legion battles the rebel nationalists in difficult terrain
ranging from searing deserts to freezing snow-covered moun mountains.
tains. mountains. At top, the setting is like that of a typical adventure
story of the famed force, as a patrol follows tracks through a
wasteland of rolling dunes at the outskirts of the Sahara

Desert. At the same time, other legionnaires, bottom, press
, their search for rebel", fighters as theyr move shing fr snowi-

, covered nage in ine mountainous Aures ""-i,; ji MM"'

Mr. Jama Cola
Will Spend
Tan Days Hra

Mr. James Cole,

formerly of

Hero Saves Car
From Train, MP's
Still Want License
piMSTFW Germany. Sent. 7

(UP) U.S. Air force Sgt. Darell
Perkins leaped to the rescue when
he saw a train bearing down on
a US. warant officer's car

a rail crossing nere

ml

"MX

' By GAYNOR MADDOX, .
NEA Pood and Markets fditar

si'

There's new pack of salmon

from i'uget bound, Columbia Riv

er and Alaskan areas on your

grocer s shelves. So let I go fish

ing witn a market cart:

Salmon, as you know, is' a com

plete protein food and is rich in
many essential vitamins.
Canned Salmon Plank
i I:-," (Serves 4)
i
Two one-half pound cans salmon,
drained, 3 cups hot mashed pota potatoes,
toes, potatoes, 2 pounds fresh or 1 10-ounce
package frozen peas, butter, lem lemon
on lemon wedges.
Remove one end from each can
of salmon. Place on baking sheet
and heat in 350 decrees F. oven

for 15 minutes, or until salmon is

heated through. Meauwnie. cook

and mash potatoes, or use one dox

packaged, quick-masned potatoes.

Keen not until reaay to use. cook

peas, reducing time so mat pea&i

are not completely tender. irain
hot salmon, reserving liquid. Turn

out In center ot greasea piamc or

ovenproof platter. Spoon mashed

Dotatoes around edge ot pianK, en

circling canned salmon. Fill cen cen-terspaces
terspaces cen-terspaces 'with peas.' Dot peas
and potatoes with butter. Place
inches from heat source and broil
until lightly browned,i basting sal salmon
mon salmon with its liauid. if desired.

Urnil nl'ank for about 15' minutes,

or until lightly browned and hot.

Garnish plank witn lemon weages.

f 1 -' 1

, J L i r

IVoRtcn Have Gone Too Far

In Changing Men's Clothes

about their

' Salmon Tug Beats
(i-8 servings)
fln nminH can salmon. 1 teas

poon grated onion, 3A cup chopped

cucumber, l nara coueu s,
rhnmwl. Vi teasooon salt, few

Brains pepper, 1 tablespoon Wor

cestershire sauce, 'i cup mayon

naise, 1 loaf crusty French bread,

butter, lettuce; ;

vute salmon: combine with

onion, cucumber, egg ami season

ings. Moisten wiui mayuuii
,nA Viionit Cut French bread in

half lenerhwise and butter both

halves. Spread salmon filling on

half! too with crisp lettuce

leaves and press oreaa togemei as
for sandwich. Cut into to 8 serv

ings.

Piqeons Not The

Human Kind) Dow

Swiss Airliner

I

less i conservative

clothes,

He claims it is women' who have

given men the' courage to look

ainerent."

Well, if it's womeit who have BiV'

en men the touraee to look dif

lereni,- neaven belp us we've

gone too tar.
The man with the bay window or
the kobby knees who has been
given enough couraie to aonear in

peblic in Bermuda shorts shouldn't

1 The man with enough nerve to
sport a splashy, color-crazy Calyp Calypso
so Calypso shirt at a dress-up party would
be better off in his rnnservativ

dark suit.

The man with a physique like a
"before" ad for a welcht-liftincr

set, while m ay be showing daring
by his choice of shocking nink

swim trunks, would have called

less attention- to his lack of mus mus-oles
oles mus-oles in something conservative.

NEW STYLIST

And no man ouffht to hv an-

ough courage to wear some of the
neckties that "today hurt the eyes

aim nuuuuer me sensioilUies.
The week's mail has brought me
a couple of new styles ,1 can only
hope no woman will give a man en.
ough courage to wear. ;
One is a. shirt whn taii ; n

front like a woman's blouse. Th

A retailerof men's clothes gives other is a bathins suit faahinhvit

womeu crean ior men oecominion tne unes of Grandpa s long wint

er arawers out witn stripes; yet,
going around and around.
Let's remember, ladies, in this
matter of tending the men courage
to be different, that it's : mighty
easy to go too far, c
Lecture Series
For Expectant j
Mothers StartT; ;
1 a' ti-'
' A series of lectures few

tant mothers will be ttveh iwYh

Coco Solo Hospital Library at

.ou p.m. eacn -lnursdav hfvin-

oept. u,,a nas oeen an-

uouncea Dy the Health Bureau.
The lectures will be short and
will be Illustrated with slides.
Time will be given afterwards
for a question and answer e e-rlod.
rlod. e-rlod. v
" Held undef the supervision of
the Obstetrical Service of coco
Solo Hospital, the. course will be
conducted by Miss Ruth KUza
beth Marsh, R.N. .'
- ; ' "' ". :"
. .:, ."
." PANTS POCK IT NIST' ;
BROWNSVILLE Kv. riTPV

Daany Demunbrun ia glad there
are no ostriches around Brown

ville. Danny hung a pair of trnu.

ers on a line to dry,, and later
found that a catbird had made a;
nest. in one, pocket and laid an egg
in it. ...

Each aafice for iacluiien In Ihla
column ahauld he- submitted mi
type-written farm and mailed aa
the has number listed daily In 'Se 'Serial
rial 'Serial and Otherwise." er delivered
by hand te tha office. Netices el
mcatinge cannar be accepted by
telcphena.
The monthly meeting of the Isth

mian; Numismatic Society will he

ine monthly meeting of the Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Numismatic Society will he

neia on Monday in the Margarita

Clubhouse and the meeting will
commence at 7:30 p.m. Anvone

interested in the ,'study of coins
are cordially invited. A laree dis

play pi gQio, silver and copper

LISBON, Portugal. Sept. 7 (UP)

A Swiss airliner flieht tO Gene

va was delayed here today when coins of the world also numisma

tne siane new into a hock oi

pigeons while it was taking off.

The nilot turned bact -for a

check?, of propellers;: an.. engines,
found aii'Mft miet" and ihk?6tt
again shortly;' without incident.

Gamboa, will arrive from Cars-i"-. ... ,.. wif, aH son sit

cas, Venezuela, on Monday, on a M paralyzed with fear.,
ten day business trip and will be u,if ki 22 of Pekin, 111., raced

.V.. .iilnmnhl le HimDeQ ill I1U

at the Hotel El Panama. Mr,

would like to see his friends nd d t0 move jt 0ff the tracks
former business associates. From; f. locomotive just clipping
Panama, Mr. Cole will go on to(.T" r feder.
New Orleans to spend a vacation Then mfjitary police arived at
with Mrs. Cole and their son, Joe'he gcene ln(l asVed Perkins for
who have preceded him to the hjg drrver' license. Despite Perk Perk-States.
States. Perk-States. ,. n,tt that he was doing

the warrant

officer a favor by

mnvinff the car. an MP said:

"Maybe, but you were driving
the car when the accident occurred."

Knights ef Celvmbus
Will Hold Carper ate
Cemmunien At Margarita
The Cristobal Knights of Colum Columbus,
bus, Columbus, council 1689, will hold their

monthly Corporate Communion at
. l f. ii.i.. c : i .. ..J ImmeniatelV after

me raargarua riuiy r y ""V,. r" Kro.lrfust
Church, on Sunday the 8lh of Sep- Mass there will be a reaMast
tember held at the K of C home for the
Mass will start promptly at 7:30; Knights and their family.

the

arcs means TOP ENTERTAINMENT!

DOLORES
and her TRIO
in the CLUB 4:30
Fri., Sat. it Sun.
with
WILSON CORTES
winner of last Wed.
Variety Night Show.

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

enjoy yourself
of El Ponam6 'r
fvV ,t s c',eflptr y
than you think! r

LUCH0
AZCARRAQA
playing for
SUNDAY BRUNCH

CLARENCE
MARTIN'S
Orchestra
playing in the
Sella Vista Room
with sineer
Betty Williamson

WEDNESDAY VARIETY NIGHT I
Four exciting new acta every Wed.
at 10 p ro. in the Balboa Bar!

LOPEZ The MAGICIAN
' entertaining voung and oM during
our popular SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
Balbo Room 11:30 am to S:30 p.m.

tic literature and publications are
always available. Anyone ha vine

old or rare coins may receive ex

pert appraisat'by Club members

with 'many yean w experience in
the fieid4sNufliiiiiatic.

'

No more bother with tea bag or leaves.
Just half a spoonful of Nestea in a cup. Add
hot water. Tea's ready. A grSnd-tasting bleod
of Pekoe and Orange Pekoe you'll love at
first sip. Never too stronger too weak. Simply
perfect every time; Top your shopping list
with Nestea this week. It's economical tool

4t,umu mtao m XX I

PPMMI W0 aaWsaaV j- V.
- V

H AfffinfiAit ft

Teenage Girls
Help to make fund raising;
for your Teenage Club a
big success. Fill out your
entry blank today for can candidate
didate candidate for thai
Teerio Ball Queen
Mail your entries to
Miss Harnett, Box 106,
BsJboa.

it's that fabBlousfMt??
you read about in Mademoiselle

fVt. AT BOMB. look your levellcat

i our pmuir, vimmw zigura oxenaa
remantia fltncMl Nw populrity,
w happinaw lor s aw YOVI : ..

Reduce

tcaist, hips, tummy
in $ixeNO DIET!
FIRMS . TIGHTENS . TRIMS ;
CppC Writ or talaphena for fre tri
riVCC formitlon, in booklet, tram
trial treatment. No ebllgatlen. La Craa.
ta, Panarnt. S4IM.

BMsk.

Panami
mail today...

FREE...

Telanda C. Dave
P.O. Box 44S4
Panama

NAMX

ADDRESS

TELEPHONE

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Remember your date with the 20-30 Club.at the

Hotcl El Panama Patio Tonight Sept. 7



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11:00 HiUinaaa Meatln.
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mday MnaL. ''-"i'
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- Chtnchat f tha many f aithi in th

f fanama ana1 Colon, Rapwblia f Panama, axtaao walcama at oil
vtima l maw ana1 womoa of ha armto' aorricot, onO" to fiviliao paifla paifla-bori,
bori, paifla-bori, frionda and atrangara. ." t '
'At PHblio torrico, Tho t ammo American lists iatow, by daoami daoami-Matiaam'iMtico
Matiaam'iMtico daoami-Matiaam'iMtico f hourt of wonhip pad at hat rafular activitiat.
, Uatiaoja ao aotatod 4oa mm to tima. Donomin .oni havipg only
, one or two congrogttMM ara liitad dor "Othor Chorchat o $arvieaa."
i A tpocial lilting k includod for aorvieot at Army potto, Air Foreo baiai
a ad Naval otationt. A' ,
' inittort, church tacretiHoa'and ohoplaint oro atkad to inform tbp
. nawi 4eik in writing by VVadaaeday noon at tho tttott f any chingoo
for tho coming Saturday' churoJi pogo. ,'- i ,J ,

C Xathslic i
, MAKYP CUtHX-Ukaiboa
Aikiday llaaamt W :0& ,!0ifl0 nod
1200 aJU
Holy Dtv Mamta; ISO. il" m
nfi ft ml tft.m
Confaariona: Satnrday. IM -to t
and 7:00 to al)0 pan; Thundoy, btiar
First Fridayi 7:o asm pjov.
Hlracuiaua Madal NovepaS im OMO-
Catachian plaav1 altar t tM :0O uua
on sunaay. ."" '
auB Aonopl mub p aw
waanaraay
BACKED flBAST-Aacaa)
Sunday Naaaaa: 04 7 SO I JO
Holy Day a l' S. 0-JP- and
xn l
rnMtmmtnmme ttiiwtaa 1-flO an t.-OD and
7:1S jo 8:00 P m. Tpuraday batoro Tint
Friday t:00 p.nv m .:
Sacrea atoan uwoiiMn im PJi-aB
CatccrJnjt Otm M to 4MB BJP,
OU tAOX Of FAtlMA CuroBda
Sunday Mast at -vo ia
Holy Day Matt at 1:30 p.ta. v v j
Contamionas M to M P-nv on Sat
urday. ......
Catacpltm Eiaan awnaraay awi iMi
' St. JOSEPH Pan (M
Sunday .Mamm at I'M And SOS
A Holy Day Mast at SOT p.m.
ConfOMiona: Saturday t-Jt to iM pad
SO to TitO. ,-
Cktaotum iClami Svonday $m to 440
njn, . . '
HuinKulant Modal tiaroMt .10 bjb
on Friday.
ODnvprt
p.m. 'i
(astructloaaj XburAday tcOO
' ST. V1NCXNTB Pasamt City
ffiindav Masnaa: t:00 and tM am
Knl ft kfaaaaa: a-Sfl and Iftl BAA
(M it faria on Saturday tha Mamm art
saw -alio jaw oavj ,:
Confantona: Saturday S -00 to M and
t-AO to i- BA Thnradaya bodoro ftrat
rrioay ?:a pjn ,: . ).
Mlraculoua MedaJ Nor ana and fl
Anna hf tha Croaa: Friday TOD D.m.
Catecblam CJam: Aflor I'M .mam on
Sunday i
ST. THHtESA'S-keaB
Amln ttaaa; 0:30 a.m.
Hnl-Tbav Man: 0:00 AAA lit II tallt
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Catathdam Ciaw: IM to t:t0 aA on
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Cetilm&aMi txt to 1.-30 AAA SusoA
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cava aaaaai av aataa uw.
u .i rtni trUv m- 0-fto a.m.
Hntr Day aaatamj .w.
Confaatlana: t-0 to d4l ond 5a
0 van. am f"T'. .,
'lorn -Ctomt SflO pjn. m aBdAy
a. niAAE8rS-4 SJaao.
Monday IJ Swia.
iinilav llami f-M
How Day Mami :J0 p.m.
Confenlooa: Saturday0 :30 to Tao pJB.
to TrSO pjn.
Tburaoary Imfcra IWW jn-
aWmA Haart HovtDAI 10 BJA, on.
r taMim aam ada. "v wwj
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ST. 408IXirCln
Amday tmnaai 1:00 and tjUOJO.
Eoari Day Miami Ctf and 1:00 iffl
Conf Snonai SatnTflay to SiOt and
700 to 800 D.HL
Mlraculoua Medal Mo-ana I Wodntaday;
d: and IM vju. ....I'. -J
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SSSTSam. Sund. -lT am. to
nan. 4-00 nun. to 4-00 p.m. :
tri trrin. rirxiaiUnn of Moat Bleat1
ad -pAcramcrA an day BipprtBim at 030
ajn. Saturday luca nlng.
Frrat baturday De-aotiono to tmr lAny
at ratima Th Holy noaary 0-00 nan.
lint Contnauoian fwti-netiona dor tdtU-l
dm Monday and lTaaraoaya -S0 to
-trrfBAf-iifarwi f)ijAfj CitaiOI-ad
i in ji a ii it-T-im f"irt r-11 rr
Holy GaaT
AMI Aan)
OA pa
00 to (AO and
T-A0aO0
SOS J
70 pjn. on Monday.' -fill
i lilt -CmaM Attar SAO Man
AnnoaVi
First Friday BipnaKtmi AB Aay OsAtad
tn actioai (ear.
BOLT FAMTLT CHX RC11 ta PUrgarKa
aMay winai I pan, wan, mjm
First taata-day MaaK ArOt ajn.
Sreekoa II : ......... OrOlajn.
Sanirday t At PAa. to -Nba
Waraculous maaal npaana t -an pjn.
Holy Day Maaaea: f AO ajau -ll pjn
Cantaaaien ... tO t OA- A AO I
vary Monaay.
trial ramuy auaaary Baa
BanwUction TAO 0
bwuiry Or ana f Jt
aaary Friday. .
fat. FrMay CinsBinn) i -T-Ata
MA. Aattaroay DiTillaaa 1A0 pun.
Hoty Oay II i ti
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CutifaaAnran 4 AO oo Sm and t
(At avaa. Aatiirday.
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CataeM
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THaart
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RatifMor lnarart.T Clans for CAll 1
W! 4 AO p na an -rhrtaa
Pal'-rHtaaj lrw"niai foe a-taHa frB frB-t
t frB-t tn tatnAH 1 aa aa aa Ws.
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AT. tl-tCRHTl' Bsnmtn faty
AuDday I dJA Am. pad

Am. :

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Cwal Zana, mi tfca ta rmlnal cMitt

: Episcopal
fabe Bt. Bev.' E. Hebor CM, ..
i Tho Vary At. Matnart A. fataaen,
S.TJS. Daap
ANCON. CJt
THA CATHJtDRAL OF ST. IMS
. UNOAW
'i-Majn liob Communlaa.
U ant fianla Cpmmimi-Mi 4tb Sun-
oayj.
t:M a.ni. Cburca ScbooL
lit am. Farnala JOnmintaat-
UJWnai. Mamma Prayer and Sermon
amy aTifmmwm. irN Bun-
oay). f
tup pav kvtnint Prayat And
wxdnesoAm
0-30 a.au. Holy Communion.
70 pro tveotnt Prajrar.
1 HOLY OATS
0M aA Holy Communion. v
40 am Holy Communion,
UAILY
t: ana. Stomlnt Prayat.
U-00 Mu-da aUattonarF Pray OTA
cocou
Church of St Andrew 1 :
$ Tho Bev. William W. Baldwin,
f1""1 to -Cbarfo
Holy Conununloo ......... 740 aJn
i Family Prayer aod
,j Church -School .... .... --MM aai
- (Alaa Holy Communion And. '
-Morntns Prayer At Sonnon 11M .m
WXDNJXDAYS
Holy Communion
t;00i
COBOZAL
Chanel at The Good Shepherd
The Bev. Clarence W. Hay as,
Prlsat aa Chaxaa
FBTDAYS . .;,
1:00 ta, Mormni Prayer.
(H. first Friday each Month).
' ' AAlBOA
, AL Simssr-a Chn-Mh
The Boo. Jaob Spear, rxitot Is Charft
SUNDAYS
Choral. faichariM and Ser
anon ...... TtO a.m.
.1 k J 1 .fU.
huxtcb aumi ... ........ .w ih.
Episcopal Young Churchmen (-08 y.m.
AVcnsonB ana annum iwu pan.
MONDAYS. TUESDAYS, '
and FRIDAYS
Joornlns Prayer aba .atoiy.
Cammunlon trot o.m
Evaninf Prayer IM pjn.
Woman'e Auxuiary, Bad and :
SUrTOAYS
ath Thurada-m
.. TAO paa
WEDWISDAY-S THURSDAYS
TAOaAA.
Marntna- Prayer AA0 Am
Kvenina Praver u...u... I -HO PJA
SATURDAYS .-
vimii, a.nrnanax in am
,.tticat tCanipuno .,..,.. ,fM PAA.
' IA BOCA r.S''
at Peter's CkanA
The Be-. Joaa Speor. Priest In CaVstnjo
tAUO nory vcnununion in.
Sunday each mafith)
Mmin Pmym and -Cncrch
School SMAAa.
Choral Buehartst and Bar-
il
Rely Baptism UM aab
Evensonr and AAdram .... f At pjn.
3rd MONDAYS
-ATmiiair'a An-atRarv TSt BAA
TiriTRSDATS r FEAST -DAYS
ftWy .coniAHailon ......... -o mm.:
-"-' tALO BCO BCO-Chapel
Chapel BCO-Chapel mt the Hoty Cerrforter
Tan. la U. AAiaJay, Prjaat la CAarfp
THURSDAYS
f-JO aao. aUqy rcoasmtmian.
TdAROAagTA
-CWCh ajdaVaf 4ta 'aMmaPWafnn
Eapave and Brazos Brrd. ;
Tho Bev. Jeasa K. Renew, Bacter
SUNDAYS ' M -f
IM AAA. Pty CulHarUHtOA
-ASAJB. Church School
91 TOaF aUla. aHdJElslntl VlmTfJat
-Last Sunday ooeh Month. Maty Cenv
ffaTVttfnOPI. f
THURSDAYS and BOLT SAYff
gt am. Hoar coramtmion.
r Ctaraet a Oar Aevtoae
WEDNESDAYS - ,.. .j
I jo am. Hoiy gommirnion.v : ,,.
:3T;
Tho Rev. ATJaA Wentt,
' rrlaA At- ClnAJI
The Bev. David A.
StJNDATB
SfJS Am. tSntsrvT Bni!raArlot dt
030 asm. .infant iiapnanv i
AAO ina. Ctamtt- Aehod '..
(held In Bulldin. lMt v
1.-60 sa. Youth FaOowahtp
TAB tm. twil and Addrom
tnd and Afe -WEDNESDAYS -730
nm. Weenan s AaxUlary and Al
tar uuq Aieeuni. ,
' ' ANAHI CUT K"',-
ivy.atBBd,gCtAl :'t,
Ttm en. 'Imnncl B. Milrtay, Boeast
Tan avtv wmm a. auweau
BUNDATO ., : .
ao im mrv caaaaaaaM
aaa emag sacnanat aa uaiiiiim
am tiiatna Prayar asm Church
Bcnow
U-00 aocv awry mthaA ..
11 a.m Salaam Vemsso
TUESDAY
030 Am rmsy vaaaaBaauaai
30 nra. Ontna Piaver enat Si
WEDMADAYS -
P Aa. at PITT. PtTobT
THUR&aAYS AN J FfuDAYB.
e w. m. nair
HOLT BATS
At A.AV1
CUEIST CHI ACH BTHZ-SXA
. . t.rimeaal t
' Colon. P.
fOoeoetle Hotal WaarAnvtant V
Be. Aaaaas Peter Fswnar. Beetar
Tho Rev. ataary A. BtaAe. AaatamuA
H.
.
''
d At AAA HflH rmilliHlliieV J
1 30 A.
Aluimag Prayar. rf
Choral EtKhariat arai
too
1030 a.
T30 p
MONDAT. TVESDAT At THUXSDAT
t AO am. Pioty Csamaailiai
t AO nan. Morwtnr Pravar.
AO pm, Bisaaif Prayar,
d AO AAA. Pay CoananunleaV t
T AO am Verrdng Praer.
AO pm svnmng rrajer eras sermon.
TltTDT '
TAO a an. Fv Praer.
tee am CMieran's EwaSarltt.- '
(AO pm Evening Prayer. ; ."
' SATTROAT t
At A m. Potr Cflwwjnioa. -at
em Frrr.
epm.Tr f Prvr.
At pm ton., ..e eA MeCiatka.

KIO ABAJO
BL Christopher's Church
10th Street. Parque Lfavre
. .The Bev Clarence W. Hayes, ,v ----
Priest in Cbarff
' Tho Rev. Clarence A. Crajwell. ':
1 i i'i Assistant j. ").,..;:.;
SUNDAYS
t.-OO aJtm Holy Communion. '
7:38 a.m. Sunt Eucharist and Svrmon

to -30 ajn. Morntnf Prayer and Church
bchooi- '.,
UAO noon Holy Baptism. ;
0:30 p.m. Svensonj and Sermon.;- ''
MONDAYS .
I M pm. let And Sro. Womaa'e Auxl
liary.i
nnvsnAYS V,
M aaa d oat At Ptuihtaro ot the
1:10 pjn. Youth Fellowship.
WEDNESDAYS
. a-na am. Hnl Communion
IM pjn- Xvening Prayer and Rellglout
insB-ucuons. i
THURSDAYS '
t:00 p-m. Girls' Friendly Society.
graO pjn. 1st end Srd. Singletons. ,'
SATURDAYS
t-30 pas. Junior Confirmation Class.
.Other Churches
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENB
t, Ancon. Ci t
448 Frenglpani St. Ancon, C.Z.
Bev. Elmer O- Neben, Pastor 1
. Box m Balboa, CZ. TeL 2-2602
Sunday School -.., .mv ,!-5 -m'
Worship Bervice
Youth Service .......,.- n"-
Evangelistic Service J 30 p.m.
Pravar Service. Wed. 13a pm-
CHURCH OF 'THB NAZARENB-' s
Marearita School XJymnaslum
Pastor Ralph U Hyaeng
avhnnl ..i.ii ,... 1:41 am.
Morning Worship ..... "ra "ra-Waning
Waning "ra-Waning 8arvica i. . P-m-
' WATION AL BAPTIST CHURCH
Panama RP723?d Strjet tal
ate.. A. A. Rroarn. AUnUter
SUrTDAY: t ,,nam
Sunday School .... ,(T.
(-ailav Massm ,-4S "5
aU- Suada Aenooi
1:00
',. :'.m.Maiia .aDITNMSEB
... ..i at 7:30 D.m. AU0
Sundays F rr
80t jmaa. aaiiia 4
Vr-rsT TMormon)
"aundii meetingt ,U the LDS Chapel
on oaiDoa-xuatu.4. -r ,.
Sunday ecnoor ',!. -;---
Sacnunent. Meeting P-
Primary; ntonday
Relief Society; Tuesdy... J-.30 am.
MIA: Wednesday ........ TaO pm
Telephone Balboa 422T,.
Atluitbi Branch
Building M0. Schoolhouso Hood Gatun,
. vanai .uiiw
Sunday School, Sunday . 9:80 a m
Sanrament maetlno Sunday 11:00 a m.
Priesthood meeting Wed... 6A0 p.m.
Primary. -Wednesday .... 030 pm
tbii' Snriatv. aa announced.
TtlenhonA Gatun 364 or Crtet6bal t89T
CUBUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH
A Watbi Hesrtd Church"
Milton K. Leldlg, Minister
p-nnn. Raa M.71K Of. 83-5101
Sunday School t30 am.
iA clem tor every Age)
rnvnlna Worahln u. ...... llrov IA
Youth JeHowahip :00 pm.
Eevening Worship ........ I P-m.
Prayer ana praise wea.j iw p-"-A
church nuxssy lo provided for your
V, ffteahaal Tho Ajrehangal
c lA.h At Wast No. 1
1.
ftoly Booharistt Sunday at T At am.
Tuaadasn. Wadnosdaya and Tnuradays
gjag aS.
BAeramant ot Onctloa fKooBng
vice) Flat Stmday of
730
PanamA B.P-
Sma. T- varoaA
jarnaa. U XL antbat)
otflfiaUriA
ttMihii aaanMim at ........ tTOQ I
Fdlowahlp WetarAp ( ... U" am
Sunday Sckonl at ............ P
QtnPA Service at .. ..... 140 pm
' BAHA1 OtNTEB
BAHArS CENTEB
. At rirst Btreet ...
Qrhanizaeton a Carmen. Psnamt enry.
inrorauu sjukb sh
Tlnnedayo.... .... ....... .030 paa.
""Stolon: 8th A Proa Streets
Study CUAiaa,,..ThursdayA IM pm.
aaaaBnaaaaaaBBa
j BTTRIX M1SS19M CHTJRCB
Zapalabo St, Tandse, CX.
.Bev Waldaba H tfrl, Ptor
s Sunday: 11:00 am. Worship SenrteA.
3:00 p.m. Sunday School.
sjceUey? latrmmf Peoplet Soejety
WednesdaFJ 730 bud-weak Christian
Fellowship.
Thuradayf At Choir BehearmL
Friday I T38 Womnan Missionary Se-
dtV'.K .; : -m ..
' TUB CHURCH OF OOD
r ttit EfarMb Street Colon
'., Ranr. C W. CraaeUson. Paator
Sunday School ........ a. :2J m-
Horning watanm am
Right BjAlllO m. Tflt pm
rntaT i-hitactj OF OOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Bta.
1
Ratnbaw City, fjanm zene ,'
Bev. Wm Uvnagsten, raster
Morning Worship am.
Sunday School 1030 a.m.
Night Service T30 pm.
- THB CHTJACfl OF OOB
. Hew Ppartdenoa
Mrs. Manna HlnaA. Pastor
jtmaav Arhard .............. 10:08 0
Mnrninl Wanbto 11 AO am
Night earviee TAO am
THE OTDBCB OF COO Rle Aaaje
Mente Oarara BeV-Mth At
aa. nrm X Jab ana ranter
Sunday Jebeo ,........ f3t Am
Mornini
ing Worship 1030 I
"igbt
: (aaVsoa ........f Ta
CBLTBCH OP OOD Pantai aatal)
Rev. B. E. Watson. Ovaneer
, TMuana A2A Bon tSS. Gamboa
Cnurcbas at Paraiso. CZ. (Rev. and
W Hareaan CL Wkrtal. CC40Q. AJ-
anoA Mroneei. sua atoara
Mnv Charles Baynm), and
r.HA ilLmm and Mra. Clifford Qraavast
- ; .' I I-
WPrM UNITY CHAPEL- --'
' --' Diablo Heights. C.Z..
' 4near Diablo achool)
Rev. Carl V. TheaBason. AflnWar
Box 38, Diablo Heights, C.Z. r r-rsaaai
rsaaai r-rsaaai Hasae, Camtia 217 .
Chsmh Balhsa A2T1
Bonday aVhoel 10A0 am
Worship Service ii a
Yaa4A Seiaige T0 a
Bvangehatic Bet ilea ...... TAO pm
y can aan ay; nioie aowr
anA Prayar Scrvic 13S p.
Jewish
-
v
i in Walfara Board BM Ttl-E La
Boca Bead Balbee. CX TVsbM Nafhar.
WttkM -Direetor..
Servtew Fratay 13
I3ft avas -
(Sea aaa .neringa ar iwmi aamcai
rsnnwaliia Kol Klisailth tarsal. Aaa.
nfrta Cube and 34th Street. tVelia Vaaav
ranani CttT Senrteaa I AO m
tutheran
BJHVMia tCTTTFAtA CTTfACB
i Balaaa Bead at A'urht At
' BVev BWAart P. Ouaatim. Paaeso
t O. Beat ttA Balboa.
It At m
tuortay aWKM, nrrae clean ox Am
lvi ie i am
-mrtne la,m at lAarentta rta Aa.

Margaret a Iiaccyal Cburcfi SdndAy

Posis and Bases
) PACH'IC SIDb v
, Protettant
FORT AMADOR

bunday School S -00
Morning Worship .. tv.v looti
. Church-time.. Nursery School. ..10:00
FORT CLAYTON '
- Sunday School iBulldlng Na
lt) -..'...,r ...... ....,,,,,, t-00
Morning Worship ...,.,,.j.v.,..V 1030
inursaay, evening- aUd-Week
) Berviec ....... 730
Youth Fellowship Sunday .... tAO
FORT KOBBE ,
Sunday School (00
Mornuig Worship 10:3U
Evening Worship 70
Worship Service. Madden Wye 7:00
Worship Service. Rio Hato .,M I 15
"Christian Youth Fellowship U.. 6:00
1 Soldier's VFellowship Thurs. . T :Oo
Utllcer a Christian UnlonThurs. ( 00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE 5
Sunday School :3
Adult Bible Clam INCO Club).. 0:30
Morning Worship t:30 & 10:45
routn Fellowship (30
U S. NAVAL -STATION, Rodman
Sunday School ..,...,.....,.;,
. Morning Worship i. ............
-. Holy Communion First Simda
9:30
11 AO
. o Month)
lith ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
juwumi worsnip".. ..,,......-. V-U0
tnoiy communion First Sunday
of Month).
Nva-Radio SUtlon. Summit...
4:00
' Cathoila
FORT AMADOR
Bally Mass .....,,.Jv..... (30
Bunday Masses 7:00 A 830
coniessions. Saturday .. 8:30 A 7:30
Sunday v,,..,,8:00 A t 35
FORT CLAYTON
k Sunday Masses -,..7:45 A 8 0u
conieaeions Saturday ',. 0:30 & 8:00
FORT KOBBE tr.
. DtilV Mast ....V... :.. 6 15
Saturday Manes 0:00
Sunday Maaset 8:00 dt 11:45
Monday Movena Devotions
7 30
7 JO
Conleasiana Saturday... :00
COROZAL
Sunday Mam ................
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
DaUy Mats ,.
. Saturday Mam
10:30
8:00
7:00
Sunday Masses 7:45 12:00
Spanish 7:on
Novena Services-Tuesday 7:00
Confessions-Saturday 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Rodman
Sunday Mam
Jewish
FORT KOBBE
Saturday
USOsJWB. Balboa
Frloay,;
ALBROOK AIR FORCE 'BASE
Saturday
USO-JWB (Balboa)
Saturday
ATLANTIC SIDB
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
(30
2:00
T30
4:00
(:30
Sunday School Bldg. 2M
0:00
momuig worsnip
10:30
Prayer Fellowship Bldl. 2S3
Tuesday JAO
XVBB Wednesdav Post Chanel A30
Jv ChQir Praetioe Wednesday
J30
UUUI.B.
Sunday Bchooi
(30
Momma Worshln 10:45
xoutn Fellowship, Sunday
(30
Bible Study. Wednesday
1301
LadlM Chapal Guild, 1st Thurs. 130
OA. NAVAL STATION. Coco Bole
Sunday School (30
Morning Worahlp llMt
Holy communion First Sunday
of Month)
Catnaha
FORT DAVIS
Daily Mass .,
Sunday Mam
Confessions: Saturday
Sunday
70
(30
40
:4t
FORT CUTJOC
Daily Mam
TOO
70
Sunday Massm .......
Confessions, Saturday
IM it
10:16
. 8:00 A 7;00
U.S. NAVAL STATION, Coco Solo
Daily Mam
Saturday Mass
IM
830
nunaay mam
a. -oo
COCO SOLITO
Sunday Mam ...,..,. ........
lawn
T30
FORT GUUCK,
vn, uuuwa
Tuesday
Creek Orthodox
Creek Orthodox aervlees ara conduct
ed at the Church of the AnunclaUon,
Via Belisarle Forraa. San Franciaoo Aa
la Caieta. Panmnd CHy, HP- and At
tha Church of 6t Anthony, Avenida
Mdendez. Colon. R jV on alternate Sun-
days at :30. Far further information.
eau tne otnea ox no Army Chaplain.
82-3118. : w .
Seventh Day
-... t $
Adventist
Weekly Seiilcsa n all chnrchee
aa foUews:
SATURDAY:
Sabbath BcboM 030 am.
Divine Service 11 At am.
Youth't Maeting 430 pm.
wrnivrsnAV.
Bible Study and Prayar Service
730 pjn.
Pacific Bide Panamt
Pastor W. H. Waller TeL tAA-MOO
. -. . a i.
Aa. 17 CbdVrUle tSth Me. 17 Pue
blo Huevo 2 A Bt. between era ana ttn
Sts. Rio Aoafo Uth MO. XT Oamboa
and mjoiea.
Paster I, u. wuiiaraa reu aao
Paator A. A. Grizzle TeL 8-lOt
Spanish Chnrehes Pactfk Side PAnamd
. Panama. Calle Dariea Ma. S ;,.
Pedregai' A Nuevo Cuarard.
Atlantic Side
.Pastor G. A. Jatfrim TeL S0-826L
Calon
Criasabal Englleh 18th A Bolrvar Ave.
Craitobal Spanish lh A Bolivar Ave.
Central Office:
Ml Gavikm Bead-Tel. S-lbat AT Mil

By OSWALD JACOBY
WritAjn or NBA Servicft

1
r; N'OSTIf
,: 'Ali
'S
"It
, VOt7d t
. .??
WEST' iaEA&T
?, 'i jios"
HK 34 vv 1 -.OA10S53
. I SOUTH D i'-
;d.AK9874
dAK3
"i Both, vulnerable
om Tvr Kprth
J A "Pass ", IN.T.
3 Paw, 3d
1 sa ,.Fa&f Pass
Opening lead ?
EarI
Pass
Pass
Pass
A little learrdne is a daneerous
thing. South knew all about safo safo-ty
ty safo-ty plays end at a result lie suc
ceeded in going down on lay lay-down
down lay-down hand. i-'
. He won the opening; club lead
In his own hand and decided to
guard against the possibility of
all four trumps being in the East
hand. Accordingly he le,d a low
spade to dummy's queen.' If west
had shown out South planned toi
lead a second spade from dum-1
my. East would play the jack or
ten. South would win and ce
back to dumrny .wlth a secor
diamond. Then he would be able
to pick
up East's.
trumps..
Unfortunately for South the
spades broke so that the safetv
piay was unnecessary.-The game
was duplicate ana now South de decided
cided decided that he. could not foresro
the diamond finesse. He took it
and West won with the king and
promptly gave his partner a ruff.
East might have cashed the ace
of hearts but he was greedy and
underled it. This put West In
with the king and he led another
diamond. East ruffed again and
since declarer still had to lose a
club he wound up down two
wicks. -.i v
I have no serious auarrel with
South's attempted trump safety
piay annougn it was a nne tar tar-fetched
fetched tar-fetched with this particular
hand.
He should not have iswaDDcd
horses In midstream. He had
started to play safe so he should
nave continued, oy ., ara wing
trumps and i vina- up Ihe dia
mond flnaa-a.
J) 'i 1 1 1 iili l j lining KHift ld V.
Sentence
NEW YORK. Sent. 7 (UP)
Labor racketeer Johnny uio was
sentenced to two yean in prison
and fined $1,000 yesterday for the
$30,000 shakedown' of .two electro
plating companies in return for
1aKn ma... a
. u uu. ileal,.. u
The maximum sentence handed
down by General Sessions Judge
John A. Mullen on separate counts
of bribery and conspiracy failed
to snake the icy calm or tne deb
onair Dio. The 43-year-old mob
ster told Mullen he had nothing
to aay. r
Two other defendants were sen
tenced along with Dio for extort
ing money from the Kings Electro Electro-plainting
plainting Electro-plainting Co. and the Kings Auto
matic Plating CO., both of New
York. The trio were convicted by
a jury last month.
Max Chester, former secretary
treasurer of Local 405 of the Re
tail' Clerks International Union,
and Samuel Goldstein, president
of Teamsters Local 239, each re
ceived a total of two years in jail
and $1,000 In fines on bribery and
conspiracy charges.
Dio't sentence was hailed In
Washington by Chairman John L.
McClellan of the Senate Raekets
Committee.' Dio took the Fifth
Amendment 140 times when quea-
uonea recently by the committee
on his eonnectiong with Teamsters
Vice President James R. Hoffa
aod enderworid inroads into labor
orgtnuiuont.
"It it gratifying to know that
the law can reach these crooks,
convict them and make them
serve tteir aentence,M McClellan
saia.
The' Arkansas Democrat called
Dio and big two henchmen "nali"
of. HoffA. McCIellaa'g committee
gecrned Hoffa of working in
league with Dio in tettinr nn na-
per jocais in tne new York area
to gain control of the Teamsters
Arganizauoa.-
Dio, whose real name is John
Dioguardi. facet ttuible eon.
tempt of Congress charges for re-J
flMing-tA tell the eoaimirhM nrrr.
.1.1.. i a
vu"B tux bib name
tECINI LIFE SENTENCE
BERLIJC fTJPV-Ott Locke. 43.
a former Nasi concenlxaLiaB ramn
warden, beean a Ufa aenfenM to.
aay for killing at least seven in-
mates of Autchwitx. A West Berlin
court, which sentenced Leeke
yesterday, chimed him with eaus-
iof the deaths through "era el
aarihaadUjig gad m treatmenL'
KIND.COUiCTOM
DAYTOJi'. Ohio aTV-Tbo VS.
tttomrr'o effico ebdnt hove mnch
ruccess to report in its efforts to
collect money freta governjnent
debtors' la st fiscal year. The office
reported that ne ettb tn col collected,
lected, collected, but that a bus token was
give to a eedy debtor who
haial odouJi money ta get omt

OBERLIN. Ohio lUPlJ', W h'a't

happens when theologians irom 47.
oitterent cnurcnes it aown '.to-nether-
to discuss thfir '.'hinest dif
ferences a Dour, religion?,
To find out.' come sit m one of
the wording sessions of the North
American Coniierence on Faith and
Order. i r
i Thi eight day conference, on the
campus of Oberlin Colleae 1a the
first of its: kind evpr held in this
It has 'broueht together lehrilf a
of major Protestant and prtbodox
dtnomioations to explore their
common bonds of faith and -the
differences which still stand in the
way of creating a single big
Vnurcn. ... .., ;. ., t .-.
Each mornine. after a worshin
service, the 500 delegates and ob-
aervers spilt up Into 12- separate
aecuons 10 aiscuti snerifii nrih.
lemg of christian unity,
i Section two ha attracted f the
greatest interest. Its tnh i ta' Ha.
fine ."areas of consensus bah mn.
juici m ctoctrme' 1
action two holds its, diy-long
meetings in ,a typical green walled
COlleee classroom., nn the, rrr..mJ
floor of an jnplPnf ctnno ihniUinn
lacing the main square of the Ob-
eruu CamDUS. The ha rm ie Ti
Edward ,M. Carlson.j president of
juuoiu tooipnus jLutneran Col College
lege College at St. Peter. Minn n. .If. K
hind the nrnfetnr'a Haelr a
the8biackbSei pIatfom 10 "ont of
The Official nnrtfMnanf. lnMrf
lhg SUCh noted thanlncHana a. to.:
fesspr Robert'! Calhoun of Yale
vivimiy aenooi ana Dr. John A.
Mackey. Dresirlpnt mt Prinatn
Theological Seminary, sit in wide-
meu Biuaem cntirs arranged in
semi-circle about tha
X?i th ?ck row listening in-

remairilngiitiy, but never taking part fn

"ic iormai aiscussiong, is the Rev.
Gustav Weigel, a leading Roman
Catholic theologian, who is here
as an "unofficial observer."
.The session begins with discus discus-sion
sion discus-sion of g long paper written by
REFUGEES USE CASTLE
COPENHAGEN. DenmarV iTTPI
Sixty-severi Polish refugees who
"jumped ship" when tht Pohsh
liner Batory "docked here' two
weeks ago settled down todav in a
castle in the suburbs. Mrs. Dagny
Plum put her castle at the refu refugees'
gees' refugees' disposal '-while they j await
permission to emigrates t
','. .' '') .'.'";..'. ;
L
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Reasoned
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paprliau onions, mushrooms, (or meat), salt, and
splcesr'So simple to u; satisfies the most do- .'
" -- d
, Ucate palate, Maggi Seasoned Sauce adds flavor m,

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Calhoun, attempting' to express
what all the churches believd
about Jesus Christ.
, It.' finally Jbecomei clear that in
all of the widely-divergent Chris-

,tian traditions represented in tht
.room, there is no real disagree-
meui apout we ireinenuous axiir axiir-motion
motion axiir-motion which, is the central theme
of -Calhoun's paper: That Jeus
Christ is "truly God and truly
man"' and the "unique mediator"
of God's forgiving Grace" to n n-ful
ful n-ful tnan. ., f J
ton To Fighl For ? A
Chain Gang Fiiff!lh:3
eariinn mi, if ft -2

mwaaaasaeas. .cower :, aa. aF j.
, LUBBOCK, Wexf (tJPV-A $H)0
bond on fugitive warrant Svaa
posted today1; for Charlej EUhue a
Pliif iAFltl ; HI tirKtS nrollrdbrt .:':' !'

IfftrA gb ianr-irla Tiriiairin i tviiiff craTicf T
AAVMAAv PI .V f)IP): y UVU tVllr-,':.fat"H.:'.
more thanv 10 years go and took "'
up a new life in Texas, f
vChttwood indicated that 'he:jiil
fisht extradition to- Georeia jind
his friends, who said he has led a,
good life since coming to Lubbrjck
seven vears too. nianaea an Jin-,
neal to, Gov. Price Daniel not to L

honor ueorgia i extraoiuon re--
quest, t
.lii -a l i i J Lfj.

tnnwooa a a iu i lieu waiKing
away from a road' gang on July

18, 1947,, after -tenving two years
of an eight-year sentence for bur- ,.

giary and larceny. ,' -On
Aug.' 25. he was : charcerl

with) a gambling violation in Lub-
back; and fingerprinted. He wal

re-arresteo weanesday after
Georgia authorities said be wai
wanted in that state.
The, $2,000 bond was posted fcy
Chitwood's emolover. Gordon B.
Hilton, who said Chitwood had
been with his pipe casing corri-
pany xor two years ana mat ne
considered him truttworthv.. hon
est and completely reliable.

Chitwood married a Corsicana 1
girl in 1948 and moved to Lub Lubbock
bock Lubbock seven vears aeo. Tht coudIo

hag three children. x ,,fj

Mrs. Chitwood, who has been In
ill health the past few years, said M'
her. husband had never told her

about hi" prison record. She said
he hadleen a good husband and'
father. i .yij.-A
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nlajor League
Front-Runners : Deterhiined
To Prove Figures Can Lie;
Leaders
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
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; By FRED DOWN
NUW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP) -r- Major league
historians already are calling 1957 "The year of the
reluctant champs." v :
BTOnMn'''' New! A two-run single by chuck
tdtfc Yankees and Milwaukee Tanner and a two-run single by
Bwives "can't" be overtaken uut Dale Long sparked the Cubs big
th two front-runners seemed Inning which brought Bob Rush
H.vrmin n nrm fid-nrM can his fifth win and Bob Trow

liev With the pennant3 theirs
for the taking, the Yankees Tiaire
tst' six of nine games and ne
raves hav dropped ,, three
ralght "
The Chicago White sox made!

the Yankees "pay': last nignnne axm uuuug w give uw n n-rH..
rH.. n-rH.. fh nrhimwd the Kansas legs their victory and enable

citv Athletics. 4-3. after
the!
World champions dropped a 4-3
decision to the Washington Sen Senators.
ators. Senators. ? The White- Soxr victory,
achieved by a ninth-inning hom hom-er'Tjy
er'Tjy hom-er'Tjy pitcher Dixie Howell cut
the Yankees' first-place lead to
414 games.
- The Chicago Cubs scored five
runs in the seventh inning no
dump the Braves, .5-4, but the
National League leaders, retain retain-prt
prt retain-prt their eVo-ffsme lead over the
second-place -St. -Louis Cardinals
. vy.ii&Ai 1 laic vt'.",v. p
edged the Cardinal.. 5-4.

The Boston Kea sox aeieaiea,B"": a R""

the BalOmore Orioles. 4-3, ana
the Detroit Tigers' downed the
Cleveland Indians, 5-2, in other
Ai, games. The Brooklyn Dodfr
ers blanked the New York GH
Mi4-ai 4 A -vA 4VtA TlfafOB
edged

the PhUlles, 3-2, in other NL; "ura. mg.
activity Johnny Podres pitched his
. Howeil, a 37-year-old right- sixth shutout and llth triumph
hander from Bowman, connected! as the Dodgers mathematically

for his game-wlnnlwg homer
after the White Sox had rallied
from a 3-0 deficit to tie the score
at 3-3 1ri the eighth; Howell, who
sjiut out the Athletic for the
last two' innings, was credited
with his fifth win. Nelson Fox;
had three hit? and Minnie Mlfto-
so drove in two runs for the
White Sox. a,
"-Second-baseman Jerry Cole Coleman
man Coleman muffed a forceout throw
with the bases filled and two out
lit the ninth to enable washing washing-ton's
ton's washing-ton's Bob Usher to score the
winning run against the Yan Yan-kees.tBob
kees.tBob Yan-kees.tBob Grim filled, the bases
' with three walks ttrthe ninth
but Johnny Kuckrettred two
batters without yielding a'T run
and seemed to be out of trouble
when Milt Boiling hit an easy
rounder to third baseman Jer Jerry
ry Jerry Lumpe. Sal Maglle, in his first
start for the Yankees yielded
three runs and seven hits in six
innings.
Showing at Your' Service
DIABLO HTS.?:M
Fred Astalre
Cyd. Charlsse
"SILK STOCKINGS"
Cinemascope Color!
Sun. Tour Glrlc In Town"
MARGARITA 6:15
Debbie Reynolds
Eddie Fisher 1
"BUNDLE OF JOY"
8:0$
M Color!
Sunday "Silk Stockings
8 A I H t"v A"
A L Q XJ A
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ALSO SHOWINO SUNDAY MONDAY!

PARAISO :15 7:85
"DesperadM Arc In Town"
"GIRL CANT HELP IT-
CAMP BIXRD
C:1S 7:46
"GREAT
"Creatort
CAP IT OLIO

TIVOLrl
J5e-r tec
:; IAN AFRAID
, - Also'-
. ,THK KILLERS

ISt. tee.
Spanish Pictures!
Qm Me Toqnoa
Lac GaJondrinas
--Also;
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hriage nis ruin seiDacs. uoo
Hazle homered for the. Braves,

wno ?n&a -a-u wu w
Cubs staged their flash rally,
Pincfi-hitter Jerry Lynch
slammed a three-run homer In
them to tie the N.L. mark of 10
Dlnch homers m a season.
Frank Robinson and George
Crowe also homered for Clnctn-
nati while Ken Boyer homered
for at. Louis.
Catcher Pete Daley s run-scor-lne
double In the: ninth provided
the Red Sox with their winning
run ana rookie
Mnrrav, Wall
with his third straight win. Da-
ley's blow came off Billy Loes,
who replaced Hal Brown after
the latter issued a walk to start
, t .hit
i Bunnbg;won his J7U
erounder that produced three
runs on two Cleveland errors as
the Tigers handed Early Wynn
his 16th defeat. Bunning, who
out s,j
threw out six, also tripled ana
, awureu wc a igci 0 in au a uaa iu
euiiumwa, uiu ""1
N.L. race.i Elmer Valo homered
and carij Furillo and Gina ci-
moll had two .. hits each,v.for,
Brooklyn. Willie Mays went one-
for-three to keep his average at
.333.' t ;-.: :
Hank Folles homered .With two
out In the sixth Inning to give
the Pirates the lead and Ronnie
Kline protectea it the remain-
der 0 the way to score his sey-
enth victory compared to 15
losses. Harvey Haddix suffered,
his llth loss for Philadelphia.
BECK REJOINS filANTS
AR'-MferfertAN.xi rupv
iTiiyjBcBt1enatar22Siwuad''t
er who ca play any line posi-
uon, rejoinea me new inn j.uui j.uui-ball
ball j.uui-ball Gianta Thursday, after decide
ing to play another season. Beck,
a former Georgia Tecb atar, had
planned to quit pro football to
help his brother with the family
trucking business.
Center Theatres Today
GAMBOA S:15
J "THE QUIET GUN"
Sun. "Somethinf or value
GATUN"7:C0
"THE 7th CAVALRY
Sunday "Men In War"
CRISTOBAL 7:90
Air -Conditioned
Jayne Mansfield
"WILL SUCCESS SPOIL
ROCK HUNTER?"
CinemaScope-Color!
Also Showing Sun.-Mon.
Air-Conditioned
7:30 3.55 6:20 8:45
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7:55
Van Johnson 1
"BEYOND A REASONABLE
DOUBT
SIOUX UPRISING" aad
From Tb Black Laron'
RIO
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LOTTERY NIGHT)

The Unguarded
MOMENT-
j r AlSO- -v-
Csrcta, Beast af
- The Aaaatn

LEADING BATTERS
(Bstd en 350 official at bats)
National Laagiio

P and C G AB. R M Pet.
Musial, St. t. 121 468 75 159 .340
Mays, N.Y. 137 525 103 175 '.333
Aaron, Mil. 131 541 106 174 .322
Robinson, Cin. 32 540 85 174 .322
Fondy, Pitt. 99 364
Groat, Pitt. 108 435
Schoendienst M 1?1 568
Hodges, Bkn.; 132 512
45 117 .321
53 139 .320
84 178 .313
85 156 .313
51 105 .300
Furillo, Bkn.
Bouchee, Phi.
107 350
136 506: 71 150 .296
128 490 66 145 .296
124 463 75 137 .296
Moryn, Chi.
cimoli, Bkn
American Lagua
Williams, Bos. 121 402 87 151 .376
Mantle, N.Y. 135 447 115 165
Woodling, Gle. 117 371 65 121 .326
Fox, Chi. 134 528 98 171 .324
Boyd, Balti. 128 442 66 138 .312
Skowron, n.y. 121 454 55 38 .304
McDougald NY 127 488 83 147 .301
Doby, Chi. ill 399 j. 57 120 .301
Sievers, Wash. 32 492 90 147 .299
Minoso, Chi. 132 486 : 85 145 .298
HOME RUNS
National Ltaguo
Aaron, (Braves
Snider, Dodgers ;
Banks Cubs
Mays, Giants
Mathews Braves
American Laagut
8
i-
35
34
33
23
23
23
fiiiB,.Ip.5sc.mf
JJJJam., Red Sox
J,V"T' in..ans
M Ti
Maxwell, Tigers
RUNS BATTED IN
National Laaguo
Aaron, Braves
MusMt Cards
118
97
91
91
88
Mavs Hi ant
Hodges, Dodgers
Enni, Cards t
v ,",.
American League
sievers Senators
Jensen, -Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Minoso, White Sox
Skowron, Yanks
94
91
89
88
PITCHING W L Pet.
Baaod on 11 ctocisions)
Schmidt, Cards
.833
.773
Sanford, Phils
Donovan, White Sox
Buhl, Braves
Shantz.Yanki
.750
.727
.714
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I QfeSF NFL UeOlS
Give Brother Act
To Lions; Browns
CLEVELAND fUPV-Tho Cleve
land Browns put together a broth
er oacKtieia act ana tne Detroit
Lions rounded out a strong 1-2
linebacker punch in the latest ma
jor National Football League deal.
The (Browns obtained Lew Car
penter, an offensive halfback
from the lions in return for Rog
er Zatkoff. an all-league lineback
er. Tne Lions also gave up a
choice in the 1958 NFL draft to
get Zatkoff.
Carpenter, a star for the Lions
from 1953 through 1955, currently
is stationed, with the Army at
Heidelberg, Germany. He expects
to receive his d i s c h a r g e this
month. His younger brother, Pres
ton, starred as a ball-carrier for
Cleveland last year as a rookie
Zatkoff will team with Joe
Schmidt to give Detroit one of the
league's top linebacker combina
tions.
.- K NICKS SIGN SPARROW
NEW YORK (V? Guy Spar
row, a six-six forward who aet 18
records at the-Univernty of De
troit. has signed his first profes
sional contract with the New
York Knickerbockers of the Na
tional (Basketball .Assn. Sparrow
was drafted by the Kmcks in 1955
but spent the past two years ia the
Army.
HORSEMEN EXHIBIT SKILL
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
(UP) Twenty -one horsemen from
seven states strut their stuff in
the annual Woffofd Cup competi
tion this week ena, giving officials
of the U.S. equestrian team an
opportunity to pick prospective
candidates for the Pan-American
Games in 1959 and the 1960 Olym Olympics.
pics. Olympics. '.
Today Encanto J5, JO
Eleanor Parker in
"LIZZIE"
Katharine' Hepburn
Bob Hope in
"IRON PETTICOAT
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Double In Cinemascope!
Tyrone Power in
"King of Tbe Kyber Rifles"
Ray Milland in
... '-GIRL IN THE RED
- VELVET SWING-
VICTORIA
15c .-.
Biasing The Overland
Trail (Chas, 4-6)
" THRnBAD MIX
DUEL INTHE HILL
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TJSARCARIB RIFLE SQUAD Irvine Porter, second from left, vice-president of 'the Na National
tional National Rifle Association, explains to members of the U.S. Army Caribbean Rifle Squad at
Camp Perry, Ohio, 'the history, of the Toumanian Trophy for which the area marksmen
competed today (Friday). Left to right are Sp2 Richard A. Kemp, Mr. Pocter, MaJ,,Loien
E. Davis, team captain, and SFC.1 William J. McFeeley. The Roumanian Trophy is sterl sterling
ing sterling silver and was first won by United States marksmen in 1919 at Le Mans, France.
Other members of the" U.S. Army Caribbean squad who are not pictured are 1st Lt. Don Donald
ald Donald Green, SFC. Cecil L. Stevens, SFC. Silas A. Drake. Sgt. James Gray, Sp3 Frank F.

Greer, PFC. James E. Rickard, pre. Biny J. wicneison ana

USArCarib Rifle

Briefly Held National Record

Last Sunday At Camp Perry

CAMP PERRY, Phlo (Special)
.Frank F. Greer, Specialist Third
Class of the 20th Infantry firing
with tre U, S. Army Caribbean ri rifle
fle rifle squad in the National' Rifle
matches here, for a brief time last
Sunday held a National rifle rec record.
ord. record. .5 .-
"' Specialist Greer, firing early
Sunday, in match 1-which .was
20 shots rapid fire, standing to
prone at 300 yards, scored a pos possible
sible possible 100-9v to surpass the record
Of 100-7V set in 1956.
However, when the day's firing
ended and the scores were official
ly computed, 11 other marksmen
entered in tne 1957 competition
had also topped the old record,
and the U; S. Army Caribbean en
trant could gain only fourth place
in the expert class for his record
breaking effort.
Tbe new record for the match
stands now at 100-15 v and was set
by Albert Estes of the U. S. Marine
Corps. i
Specialist Greer has fired with
the U. S. Army Caribbean rifle
squad for the past two years and
has frequently won place awards
in comDetition in the Panama a-
reas. raciwung sm place in lhm
1957 Caribbean Command match matches
es matches held in Panama earlier this
year. :
Four other members of the U. S.
Army Caribbean squad have won
mtional Kifle Association place a a-wards'
wards' a-wards' since competition began
last Sunday.
They are Sergeant First Class
William J. : McFeeley, Sergeant
James S. Gray and Private First
Class Billy J. Nichelson. all of the
20th Infantry, and Specialist Sec
ond uass Kicnard A. Hemp,
Tiger
By. TREVOR SIMONS
This column is a little lata get
ting started this year. One thing
or the other has kept this writer
away from his coverage of C.H.S.
sports and, unfortunately, I wit
nessed tbe first Tieer workouts at
Strode Field only last Thursday
and am therefore not in much of
a position to besin my annual
"neck-sucking out program" oi
predicting a winner.
l did, however, consult my ouija
board in an effort to set nip to
date, and my finding! were that
the 1957 Tigers might come up
with a fair first una of a 1 1 a e a
with little or no hope of ample
substitution, this is no new situa
tion for coaches Luke Palumbo
and Paul MoseT and, I feel sure,
it came as no surprise. --
There was utile more to observe
during the first day of practice
sessions than that the Tigers ap
parently were working out with
maximum effort under a scorch-
ins sun. But with only a little
more than three weeks from Jam Jamboree
boree Jamboree time and with CA. athletic
regulations having prohibited ear earlier
lier earlier workouts, Cristobal coaches
haved fcttla choice but to separate
the men from the boys early.
Among Cristobal's "first" team
arc many hold overs from last
year's team. With their added ex experience
perience experience and if thev caa round in
to good enough shape for full
time duty, the Tigers could win
more than their share of games
this year.
In the hackfield coach Moser
will probably be more than con content
tent content with Wendy Sasso at quar
terback, big Bill Gibson at fuu
a ad Kieth Kulig teaming up with,
Brooks at halfback. Dick Williams,
who was sidelined last year be before
fore before be had a chaace to show bis
wares, seems completely recover-

r

Team Member
Headquarters, U. S. Army Carib
bean.
Sergeant McFeeley placed 19th
in the expert class in match 114,
which was 20 rounds slow fire at
660 yards. Ha scored 98-12v of a
Dosibl 100. s r
Sergeant Gray was 14th in the
expert class in match 110 and 22nd
in the expert class in match 108v
He scored 99-14v in match 110, 20
rounds rapid fire.: standing to sit'
ting at 200 yards, and 95-5v in
match 108, 20 rounds slow : fire
standing, at 200, yards.
Private Nichelson scored. 95-8 v
of a possible 100 in match 108 to
place third in the sharpshooter
class and Specialist Kemp fired
95-7v to place fourth in the marks
man class in mater 112.
In other activities at Camp Per
ry, eignt memDers or tne rule
squad were .awarded instructor
certificates by tbe small arms fir
ing school after the completion of
the four-day course of instructions.
They were Maior Loren E. Dav
is, team captain, First Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant Donald A. Green, Sergeant
Fimf Ptloi. RiU 1 nrmV. Car.
geant: McFeeley, Specialist, Kemp,
Specialist Greer. Private First
o,
Class James E. Rickard, and Priv Priv-te
te Priv-te Nichelson.
Individual match competition
came to a conclusion yesterday.
The remainder of the matches
scheduled through September 10
are team matches with the axcen
tion of the individual comoetition
S .1 -11 i V
wr me excellence in compeuuon
awards which was fired today.
. Members of the U. S. Armv Ca
ribbean squad will depart Camp
rerry aepiemoer 11 on tneir return
trip to Panama.;
Rags
ed from his broken shoulder? Bad
could win a berth at one of the
halfs and Donald Humphrey will
aee more than Just, a little -duty
spelling Sasso at quarterback.'
Of this group of backfield glrd glrd-ders
ders glrd-ders only Bill Gibson will .com .compare
pare .compare favorably in sixe with? the
Bulldog and possibly Junior, Col College
lege College hacks, but Gold Coasts fans
are confident that, their undersiz undersized
ed undersized backfield will ia ne way serve
as a handicap to Cristobal's
chances. v
A quick rundown t the lines linesmen
men linesmen would give line coach Palum Palumbo.
bo. Palumbo. something to smile abouK if
a bit apprehensively- .Encourag .Encouraging
ing .Encouraging is the fact that George Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, 200 pounder transfered from
tbe Pacific battleground,. 'will be
aonning the Blue and Gold for
1957. Add a couple of extra' hea-1
vyweights with- another year : un-
der their beksiu the persons of
Russell Favorite and' Jack Wil Wil-loughby
loughby Wil-loughby and We see why the beys!
ia the backfield might be getting!
a little additional help from their
team-mates up front. Harry Keep Keepers
ers Keepers and LesBailey give the Ti Tigers
gers Tigers s pair of capable ends sad
Donny Bruce, though only in his
second year of varsity football.!
could be lending his weight to a
bigger part than he played in bis
freshman yer. i j
As I said earlier,' I1 save not
had as opportunity thus far to1
completely appraise the Tigers of
1957, but beyond those that 'have
been listed tbe Tiger coaches will
have a bit of difficulty picking re-!
placements when needed. T here
are other comers and they could,
develop before tbe season gets
underway. Our view for now must :
be reserved, 'but Tiger Rags is;
back in business and full cover coverage
age coverage of pre-iamboree workouts will
be coming your way with fair
regularity.

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rru.. Airrea A. Affieje.
Miceli Stops
Washed Up'
Johnny Saxton
WASHINGTON. Sept. T (UP)
Joe Miceli of Brooklyn claimed
the right to a shot at the wel
terweight crown today because
he had beaten ex-champion
Johnny Saxton into retirement.
Saxton, 27, announced his re
tirement" after 'suffering sv
lourth-round technical knoek
i j ent In th TV fight with Mi-
eon neiore,- x,6oh i tne now
, capital arena. The ex-champ
from New York was attempt"
Ing a comeback. ; v ;
Saxtpnj apparently "washed
up.'" was; down five times H al
though referee Charley Reynolds
designated only two trips as of
ficial knockdowns. They went m
the first and third rounds, k'
- "I sent him Into retirement,
said 26-year-old Miceli. "Tha
was something (champion)
CarmenBaaUJ t couldn't do.
I've earned a shot at Basilio,
or if Basilio1 wins Ray Jtobln
son's middleweight crown, -. I
should be high in the tourney
' for Basillo's vacant title."
f BOMBERS -GET END
WINNIPEG (UP) Frank Gil
liam, six-foot, 185-pound former
University-or Iowa end. has signed
with the Winnipeg', Blue Bombers
of Canada's Western 'Interprovin 'Interprovin-cial
cial 'Interprovin-cial Football Union. Giljiam was
the sixth draft choice of the Green
Bay Packers oft he National-Foot
ball League. )
PRESIDENTE
THEATRE Alr-Oondltloned
NOW PLAYING! :.
She was
saa aft a aai aft J (
. I til lieu.
but ccuhJa't
resist th3
.stranger!
Tbey were people
' of the earth.
' lusty.'violent, primitive!
,PIRANGEL",
mel FERRER -JOHN
KERR
micheleMORGA!!
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
mini nv
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Brooklyn '
Cincinnati i;
W L Pet. GB
,82 52 .612
76 59'. .563 6V4
76? 60 .559 -7
70s 66 -J15'13
69 67 .507 ; 14
Philadelphia''
Nejy York
66 73 ,475 18H
Pittsburgh
52 83 iJ85r 30J4
Lhicago
51. 82 .383 .31
1' A k
' .Today' Games
Brooklyn at New York ,;
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
Cincinnati at St.. Louis
Chicago at Milwaukee .(N) '-1
.- Yesterday's Results
'- Nioht Game)
Brooklyn 100 101 0003 10
New York 000 000 000 0 3
Crone (7-8), Antonelli and Thom
as.
'Niaht Gimtl
Philadelphia 000 020 0002 6
Pittsburgh 020 001 OOx 3 7
Haddix (10-11) and Lopata.
Kline (7-15)' and Foiles.
(Nioht Game)
Chicago 000 000 5005 10
Milwaukee 100 101 1004 10
Rush (5-14). t Littlefield. Elstnn
and $si1vtra '
Trnwhrirlffn 5-St PhilUnt Mi.
xuanon, jonnson ana Kice
(' (Niaht Gmor
Qncinnati . 200 003 000-5 14- 1
St Lou mn 91ft nnn i n
Gross (6-9), Kennedy and Bur
gess.' 1 , -r
Jackson. Schmidt (10-2). Muf-
fett and H. Smith.
Herb Score May
Not Throw: Again
Until Next Season
CLEVELAND UP) Herb
Score,, brilliant young Cleveland
Indians left hander, probably will
not, pitch ; again this : season be because
cause because his .injured' right eye has
not neaieaas, st as expected.
fSeorf's eye was struck by-a-JUne
drive off the bat of Gil McDougald
of the .Yankees during ; May J
gams. ; i'. j-.-ri' ;...- ;.':
, Dr. Charles I; Thomas, an eye
specialist, would not admit j the
strikeout artist is .through -for the
Season. (Rllt ha-, aairl. ThllrHv
Score will begin a-"new training
program aesignea to improve bis
depth perception. f;s ... ,. t
TODAY
. and -.:
Tomorrow!
WEEKEND
r ; r And now shs was in
SHE C0UL0NT AFFORD
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
W L Pet. Stk
New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit '.
(Baltimore :
Cleveland ,(
Washington'
Kansas City',

; 85 51 ,625 J

79 54 ,.594 ', 4Vk

72 62

.537 12.
.507 lOi
.485 -19'
485 19 ;
.388 3.
.376 33'4

68 66
-65 69
65 69
52 82
50 .83

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Kansas City at Chicago
' Cleveland at Detroit
Baltimore at Boston
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PAGE 8ETEN
I
puff a I q Edges
-Game Ahead Of Toronto In It
Bisons Sweep
Most Big League-Teams
Recall Best Farmhands
Twinbill; Leafs

HagKace

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THE ALBROOK OFFICERS WIVES CLUB'S bowling league

elected officers Tuesday for the coming bofllng season. Alda

Day, the new president (seated left) is showri accepting the

league's records from outgoing president vicxy -oi-epnenson.
Other newlv elected officers are: (standng L to R) Jackie

Washington, treasurer; Elaine Boyoe, OWC games chairman;
artdvNonia Vieira, secretary. The Albrook- OWC League bowl

ing starts Sept. 11,

Law son Little Criticizes

For Leaving Demaret,

Snead Off Ryder Cup Team

NEW YORK (UP) Lawson
Little, Jong a fabled fighter of the

1 ous heart: condition today to take

leaving Sam Snead and Jimmy

Demaret off the Ryder Cup team

Little, the former U.S. Open

champion and one of the greatest

match players or au time, sui sui-fered
fered sui-fered a heart attack just a month

ago. Yet, even shackled to .his bed

by doctor's 'orders, old "Cannon "Cannon-ball"
ball" "Cannon-ball" couldn't help but rise up in
dignantly at the snub to his two
storied compatriots.

From his- cardiac cot, Little

writes wrathfullyr' 1

"There is no question in my
mind but what Snead and Dema Demaret,
ret, Demaret, from the way they played
this year and because of what
they oav dona for the game and
for :the PGA. -should have been

honored -with places ma the Ryder

Cup",trn 'mao
V'Jays Pritor 'Applfwl
"Th rule which requires a play play-ei?
ei? play-ei? to play in the last two' PGA

championships to be eligible for a
Ryder ; Cup berth is a petty and
small way of trying to iorce play-

iV -rs to play m the championship,"
e added. "Actually, the best way

M get the players to support the
L GA championship is to make the
jvent attractive, not try to do it

by legislation.".
Absolutely for free, he tossed in
an observation on Dick Mayer, the;
man Who had to defeat his thirsts
for living before he .came on this

year to win both the Open and the
world championships.
"Dick certainly has won a cou couple
ple couple of great ones," writes Little,
who won his share with victories
in such events as the Canadian,
Texas. Los Aneeles. Shawnee and

"St. Petersburg opens as well as

the San Francisco match play and
Inverness four-ball. "Mayer long
has been a fine striker of the ball.

particularly with his driving and

putting. v
Recall Troublesom Fan t
"But," admonishes Little, "I
certainly hope he will make a
good Open champion -and handle
himself in a way to bring credit
to the title, the game and our
profession."
The husky Little admits to be being
ing being outspoken and recalls, with a

faraway grin, the year he beat

Gene Sarazen in a 'playoff for the

UiS'-Open championshipiat CanH

terburyAThey 'hatr .onfir fclayed

three or four holeswHel i' mart

approached xittle, wnd was lead

ing by two shots, and asked him:

Do you breathe on' the back back-swing
swing back-swing or when you "are hitting
down on the ball?'" '.
"I don't know," Little growled,
"and you look old enough to know

When you ought to draw your
breath. But let me tell you some something,
thing, something, mister. If I start thinking
about this and blow my lead I'm
going to come looking for you

with this brassie I m carrying and
you won't care much about

breathing."

Cop Single Tilt

NEW YORK, SeptrT (UP)

The Jauuaio bisons edged a half

game ahead of Toronto today in

the International League pennant

race out; the pennants sun is up

lor era ds this weekena.

The' Bisons gained their slight
margin by sweeping a doublehead doublehead-er
er doublehead-er from Montreal last night, 4-0

and 5-3, while Toronto played' a
single game and notched a 3-2 vic victory
tory victory ove Rochester. The B i &o n s

have only two games left nd
the Leafs three; they're even in
the lost column at 65 defeats hut

Buffalo has won 87 and Toronto

86.-" 77'"
Buffalo wiir he at Montreal a

gain tonight for a single game

and Rochester will-be at Toronto.

In other games last night, Ma-

mi edgea Havana, 3-z, to take a
half-game hold on fifth place and

Richmond downed Columbus, 2-1.

j red JHahn scattered eight hits

to gain a shutout win, for the Bi

sons m their opener' as Buffalo
scored r all its four runs ; in the

ninfh inning. Reliefer Steve Nagy
gained the nightcao Win although
Montreal outhit Buffalo, 12-5.

Toronto broke a 2-2 tie with a

run m the last of the ninth to
beat the Red Wings with reliefer
Bobby Tiefenauer getting the victory.

Miami scored all its three runs

in the sixth inning tobeat Hava Havana
na Havana as Satchel Paige won with re

lief help. Richmond broke a 1-1
tie with its winning run in the

eighth inning.

The linescores:
: First Game)

iBuffalo 000-OOe-OM 430

Montreal 000-000-000 0 80

Hahn and Noh'e; Barker, Vargas

(8), Cnstante (9) and Pignatano,

LP Vargas.

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(Second Came)

Buffalo 010-020-020
Montreal 001-101-000

Cox, Nagy 4) and Noble; Kipp,

Cnstante (9) and Olson, Pignata
no 7(). HR Harkness, Sullivan.

With the 25 player' limit lifted

most 'of the major league teams
are recalling, their best farmhands

lor some late-season experience.
. The -Chicago White Sox, -ham

pered by iniuries ell year, have

ordered five minor Jeaguers to re

port next Monday before the club

makes its last eastern swing.

They are pitchers Stover Mcll-

wain.v Davenport. Don RudolDh.

Louisville, and Jim McDonald, In

aianapoiis; !-rst oaseman Hon

Jackson, Indianapolis,- and out

fielder Jim Laodis, recently sent

to Indianapolis.

Catcher Earl Battev. who nlaved

the early part of the season with

Los Angeles but will not join the

5-50

3-123

Rochester 10-100-000 270
Toronto 000-020-004 691

Lovenguth and Shantz; Grims Grims-ley.
ley. Grims-ley. Crimian (1). Schmitz (5), Tie

fepauer (6) and St. Claire WP-

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Maryland has morale and exper experience
ience experience as its chief weapons for a
comeback drive this season.
Coach Tommy Mont, starting his
second year, has 29 lettermen re returning
turning returning frpm the vaunted squad
that collapsed with loud thud in
1956. Hampered by unprecedented

injuries, inexperienced coacning
and some dissension, Maryland

won only two. games after years

of high rank among the nation's

football Dowers.

But Mont, naturally operating on

the theory that things couldn't get
wor
worse, also has some solid grounds

for optimism.

His 1957 red shirts mciuae a pia-

toon of veteran backs and some
well tested linemen. Virtually
tvery one of the. injury riddled
1956 tacks has returned fit and

raring for revenge. All three ouar

terbacks Dickie Leis, Bob Rus

evlvan and John Fritsch are

back after a year of learning their

grid lessons the hard way ae
feat

In addition, two hlghlyegarded

hnvi who had to sit out last sea

ah mrm av ilihle aeain. Halfback

Howie Dare, sidelined by jaundice

in '56, is the type of breakaway

h.rV that Mont's split-T needs

Fullback Phil Perlo,who dropoed
out of school last year, is eligible
aeain and ready to give first

string fullback Jim, Hatter a ..bat
tl for hi iob. - : r :

Ofsetting the brighter outlook. Is

the Terrapins'- roughest schedule

in historv. Maryland'! 1957;foot

ball path is strewn with such

hoobv traps as Texas 'ASM, Ten

imsm. Miami (Fla.) Duke and

fast-rising South Carolina, v

WEST BANK! MIXED LEAGUE

CTAkJfMlire :

' V lt-, ;:- '-' )
Teams ; V". -W V
LBMascota" '" f r '46 it
Cerveza BalbOa 39 21
Hull Motors 26 23
Novey Hardware 33 27
C. A. High Contractors 32 28
Ebonite 29 31
Pfaff ' 28 32
Carta Vieja 25 '35
Steward ElectrleJ 17 42
Chevrolet 16 44
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BOWLING ASSOCIATION

Well, it looks like the La Mas

cota 'Mascots' can pick up the

marbles and go home. They are
now seven games ahead of second

place Cerveza Balboa 'Suds,' hav

ing wanopea ine ouas last r n-

day evening four to nothing. Cer

veza Balboa holds on to a slim

two game lead over the on-coming
Hull Motors team. With just three

weeks left to play, it boils down
to whether or not Hull Motors or
Cerveza Balboa will win the sec second
ond second place awards.

With the Kobylski's weilding the
brush, La Mascota walloped Cer Cerveza
veza Cerveza iBalboa for four points. Hank
Kobylski hit a big 528 series and
Evelyn Kobylski hit a nice 445 se
ries. Ed Russell's 495 'blind' was
high for Cerveza Balboa. Hank
Kobylski's 204 game in the third
was the big one of the m a t e h
witW Evelyn throwing a 166 In that

'aaiwe Igame. v ; :

huh Motors moved into 'conten 'contention
tion 'contention for second place by Walloping
the Pfaff 'stitchers' for four big

points, weison Clark's 492 series
was high for the 'Fiats while Ed

Estrada's 400 series was tops for

the "stitchers."

C. A. High was up-as they took
four from the Steward Electric

Sparks.' Marge Dwyer and team

captain Grayson Senter hit for

series of 411 to lead the 'Contrac

tors' while Ernie Campise's 401

was high for the 'Sparks.'
Chick SmeraElia's Ebonite 'Tor

nadoes took all four point, with

ease from the 'Belaire' Chevrolets

with Luther 'Blackie' Miller hitting

a big 520 series with games of

the White" Sox, was? recalled from

team until kept, '16.
" Yanks Recall tight

The New York Yankees recalled

first baseman Marv Throneberry,

outfielder Norm' Siebern, catcher
John Blanchard and pitcher Mark
Freeman from Denver; pitcher

Jim Coates, shortstop Tonv Car
roll and third baseman. Dick San

ders from Richmond, and pitcher
Rudy Serrett frdm Peoria.
Ten players rAvere-recalled by

the Cincinnati Redlegs,". pending

the end xf the minor, league com-

petmw lney include outneider
Chico 'Avarez and pitcher Pat
Scantlebury, Havana; shortstop
Bobby Durnbaugh, Rochester;
pitcher, Charley' Rabe, Seattle;
catcher Dutch Dotterer and pitch

ers John urechin, Claude osteen
and Jerry 'Davis, Nashville; third

baseman "Curt Flood and pitcher
Johnny Oldham, Savannah.

The Redlegs also announced the

releasa of' pitcher Art Fowier to

Seattle,? while the Detroit : Tigers
re-purchased the contract of pitch pitcher
er pitcher Chuck Daniels from Charleston.

.-. Dodprs Backen Seven
The Brooklyn Dodgers beckoned

seven s players from Montreal

pitcher Bob Darnell,' Fred Kipp

and Rene Valdez, catchers Joe
Pignatano and Herb Olson, first

baseman Jim Gentile and out

fielder Bob Wilson.

Recalled by the Dodgers from

St. Paul were third baseman Dick

Gray, outfielder Don Demeter and

third baseman Bob Lillis.

The Chicago Cubs recalled 11

players, including outfielder Solly
Drake. Ditcher Don Kaiser and in-

fielder Casey Wise from Portland,
outfielder Bob Lennon from San

Diego, and outfielder Bobby Del

Greco jfrom Montreal.

Br BEANS KEARDON y"
QUESTION: What is the short

est distance a fence- can be from

home plate? Lawrence Poole.

Answer: me rule nxes zao feet

as the minimum distance a lair

ball tut out of the part must trar

el to be a home run. Nearly aD

parks have stands much further

away from the plate at their clos

est point.

Q. Once ae official scorer makes

decisioa is it unchangeable, the

same as an. empires? Frank
Schmidt. v

A. no, official scorers, lift

ebaaged rulings even after a ganie
is completed. A no-bitter at Yan

kee Stadium some years tack was.
broueht about by the official scor scorer
er scorer changing a hit to an error well

after his original decision.

193, 160 and 167. to put the fin

ishing touches to the win.

In the other match of the eve evening
ning evening the Carta Vieja "Rumrunners'
took three points from the Novey

Varieties with Joe Sullivan o'
Novey hitting the big series of

the match, a 474. Team captain,
Gonzalo Torres, was tODS for the

'Rumrunners'- with a 452 series

In the individual departments,

Evelyn Kobylski with a 135 aver average
age average leads the gals while Ed Rus Russell
sell Russell with a 175 leads the men.
Marge Spiros holds the top series

for the gals with a 588 with Ed

Russell on top for the men with

663. High game for the gals is

Lou Delille's 230 and for the men

it is tied between Louis Lopez and
Oriile Morehouse at 253.
The most improved bowler for
the metr -at this stage is John
Marston who has brought bis aver average
age average up from 109 to 121 and for
the gals, Merna Cam pise, Jequita
Senter, Helen Rivers, Dot Garcia
and Mary Hodges have all in increased
creased increased their averaged by S pins.1

Wolfson Prepared
To Offer $5 Million
For Brooklyn Club
NEW YORK (UP) Louis E.
Wolfson, prominent financier and
a former Georgia football player,
said today he is prepared to offer
5 million dollars for the Dodgers
to keep the club in Brooklyn.
Announcement of the offer was
made by Walter Trouttnan, who
is associated with Wolfson in
many ijusiness ventures. Harry
Wismer,-,Tadio and television
sports1 commentator, Is advisor
and public relations counsel for
Wolfson and Trout man on the
project.
Wnlfann fx nrpsMjnt and chair

man of the board of the industrial
firm of Merritt, Chapman and
Scott. A football end at Georgia
in the 1930s, Wolfson is an ardent
sports enthusiast. His brother,1

Sam, owns the Jacksonville base baseball
ball baseball club in the South Atlantic

League.

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NEW YORK (UP)-Rapidly in

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tional Boxing Club officials that

the Sugar Ray Robinson Carmen

iBasilio fight will draw at least

$767,626.

That wag the gate attracted by

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pin of England at the Polo

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the gate-target for Sugar Ray's

defense of the middleweight
crown against Basilio at Yankee

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There was a lull In the sales

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Robinson and the IBC over thea

ter-television, but that dispute was

settled a week ago today.

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been training vigorously at-their
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Lake. N.Y., and Basilio at Alex

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Suit Brought Against
Three Circus Bosses
By Rlngling Heirs
SARASOTA, Fit., Sept. 7 (UP)
K civil court suit charged today
that a partying president and a
vice-president who kept an apart apartment
ment apartment In Rome drained $20,000,000
from the Ringling Bros. Circus,
which folded its gaudy Big Top
"forever" last year.
The auit asked for removal
from office of President John
Ringling north and Vice President
Henry Ringling North both
grandsons of circus king John
Ringling as well as circus gen general
eral general manager Arthur M. Concello.
Two other members of tht cir circus
cus circus family, Mrs. Hester Ringling
Sanford and her son, Stuart G.
Lancaster, filed the suit charging
mismanagement oevr the last 10
ears by the three top officers,
ifrs. Sanford is a director and
minority stockholder and Lancast Lancaster
er Lancaster is a vice-president.
President North brought the cir cir-eus
eus cir-eus home from Pittsburgh last
yev saying it would never hit the
road again under the glittering big
ton due to the heavy expenses and
labor costs. The circus now oper operates
ates operates a streamlined show playing
in air-conditioned buildings in the
larger cities.
But the suit filed today at the
circus' winter home here said
that John North closed the show
"without authority" of the board
Of directors.
Mrs. Sanford and Lancaster
charged that John North "fre "frequently
quently "frequently entertained women" and
cent the bill to the circus and that
lie ran up a $50,000 personal 'bill
at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in
New York and let the circus pay
it.
Ia 1954 and 1955, the suit
Charged, John North spent $98,000
in Europe and $22,000 maintenance
of a private railroad car, all in
circus money.
: Henry North, the suit charged,
kerjt aa Italian anartment with
circus funds and was known
round the Big Top as The vice
president in charge of Rome".
The three officials named, the
ftuit continued knew "or should
fcavc kaowo," that ushers and
ticket takers were forced to give
kickbacks to bold their jobs. Other
employes, it added,, were forced
to participate ia dice games a ad
bay liquor, from the circus.
TM suit asked Sarasota County
CJ" il Court to appoint a receiv

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FOR RENT: -2-bedrooni apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
maid's room With, bathroom, hot
water, installation, garage.. Eu Eu-sebjo
sebjo Eu-sebjo A. Morales "Avenue;- El
Cangreio, $115.00. Inquire 8th
street No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 3-bedroem apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
2 bathrooms, maid's room with
bathroom, hot water, garage,
"Lupito Building," Jose Marti
street El Cangrejo, $125.00.
Inquire 8th street No. 5-30.
Phone 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart"
ment, living' room dining room,
hot water installation. East 41
street, corner of Cuba Avenue,
$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
street No. 5-30. Phono 2-2718.
FOR RENT: 2-bedroom apart-r
mont, dining, living, kitchen,
laundry, maid's room. Hot water,
screened. El Cangrejo. Tel. 3 3-7453.
7453. 3-7453. FOR RENT: Modern 2 bedroom,
apartment in El Cangrejo; Ter Terrace,
race, Terrace, living room, kitchen,
maid's room and laundry, garage
For. further particulars call tele-'
phone 3-4968 from 8:00 a.m.
thru 5:00 p.m. telephone 3 3-6737
6737 3-6737 after hours.
' FOR RENT: 2 room apartment,
reasonably priced. 8th 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 Cangro-.
jo. $100.00. For Information
: phono 2-08501 i
ryfQK- RENTs-t bedroom apart-.
' ment, Hving and dining, kitchen
.with cabinet. Independent serv service,
ice, service, la', Avenue, Parojue Lef e
vre No. 46. Phone 3-2392.
FOR RENT Cool, comfortable
apartments, living room, dining
room, bedroom, kitchen, inde independent
pendent independent service. 4th of July
Avenue No. Tl 3-52, opposite
entrance to Quarry Heights. In Information
formation Information same buildinq from
11:00 to 12:00 and 5:00 to
6:00 p.m. or phono 3-3318 any
time.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Vis Po Poms
ms Poms No. 99. Telephone 3-2068.
$55.
FOR RENTi Apartment, two
bedroom, screened. Via Porras
56. $60.00. Kev apartment No.
1. call Tel. 2-23163-0234.
FOR RENT: Apartment. 3.
bedrooms, living room, dining
room, terrace, very coof, above
"Importadora Selects" H street.
Keys at house No. 11-13, op opposite
posite opposite Plntura Genenl.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
aoartment $X5.00 on 51 St. No.
30. Call 3-7069 or 3-2097.
FOR RENT: FurnishH 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom aoartment, excellent loca location.
tion. location. See -view. Fderice Boyd
No. 1. Tel. 3-1516.
Silent Slasher
Stabs 4 Persons
On Chicago Street
CHICAGO, Sept. 7 (UP) A si silent
lent silent slasher stabbed four persons
in busy street crowds in quick suc succession
cession succession today and disappeared in
the mass of pedestrians.
Two of the victims were women
who were strolling on their coffee
break just south of the Loop. One
of them, Lillian Mantyla. V, was
reported in serious condition.
Her companion, Mrs. Jeanette
Berger -47, told police she thought
someone had slapped her on the
back. She said she turned in time
to see the slasher sub Miss Man Man-tayla
tayla Man-tayla and calmly walk away.
Mnutes later Francis Murray,
35. was stabbed on another busy
street. He told police he had t'me
only to notice that the knifer s
nose was unusually long.
The slasher's next victim was
Frank Sydor. 13. The boy was
stabbed in the abdomen.
A total of six persons have ben
attacked without provocation this
week o" crowded streets by die
apparently-mad knifer.
The man was described as tall
and alender with a large, hooked
nose and in need of a shave. He
wore a gray pullover sweater and
gray cap.
SHORT LIVED SHOW
NEW YORK (UP! The New
York Times news summary and
index today predicted a short life
for a television program. The show
wss listed under "obituaries.

tEATB TOU1 AD WITH ONB OP OU

INTERNAL. DK PUBUCAWONHS No. 3 Lottery Plaza CASA ZALDOCentnil Ave. vuu rvnmy
BABOO-No. 2 "B" Street O M0BRI8ON 4th of July Ave. A J SL 0) LEWIS) SERVICE-Ave. Tro No. 4 O FAHMACIA JESIAPOS NIDOI4 entesl Ave.
FABMAC1A LUX 184 Central "Avonoe e) HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Po. le la Oesa Ave. No. 41 t OTO POMy-JM'o Xrwemena W'"-,!
VAN-DEB-JIS-M Street. No SJI FARMAC1A -EL BATURRO Parene Ufene I Street FAHMACIA -SASVVIa Pones 1H 0) pOVEOADES ATMS Beside
the Bella Vista Theatre..) COLONt Central Avenue 12.165 Tel. 43 t , 1 ,1- 1 i V i"

Automobiles
FOR SALE: Buick, .hard top,
1954, duty paid. Phone 6-744.
H-160-B Gamboa. $1225.00
Conventional shift.
FOR SALE: Leaving Panama,
must sell beautifully' conditioned
1955 Oldsmobile sedan. Good
price. Call 3-2645 between
9:00-1 1 :00 a.m.: -and 3 :00 :00-5:00
5:00 :00-5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: Mercury Monterrey
in top condition,-many extras,
54 tudor. $1300, Curundu 4193
or Balboa 3797, sse at 2212-C,
Curundu.
Are you the right direction for
your auto repairs? Go to 16th
St. Melendez. Garage Johnston
guaranteed auto repairs. Phone
456-A, Colon.
FOR SALE: 56' Ford Sunlinor
convertible, sold to first parson
to offer 1400. Call Curundu
7100, before 5:00 p.m. week
days.
FOR SALE: 1955 Morris Minor
2-door, excellent condition.
$750. Phone 3-6851.
FOR SALE: 1957 Buick, will
accept older car as part payment.
833231.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ford tudor
sedan, very good transportation,
with excellent tires, $275.00.
Bslboa 2-4304.
FOR SALE: 1957 Chevrolet
4 -door, hardtop sedan; deluxe
still under factory guarantee,
can be sold to Canal employe
for balance or $700.00 down
and approx. $59.00 monthly.
Tel. Balboa 2-2789.
, .,, u v-
FOR SAL!: :i951 Chevrolet 4 4-door
door 4-door sedan; automatic transmis transmission
sion transmission and in very good condition.
Owner gone to -States. $450.00,
cash. Balboa .2-15I jv
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE -18 ft,"bost 2-25 h.
p. Evinrude, trailer, cheap. 2-
1569. r
FOR SALE: 11 Vi ft. plywood
boat with 7Vt h. p. motor. $225. $225.-Phone
Phone $225.-Phone Ft. Kobbe 4141.
FOR SALE: New 16 ft. run runabout.
about. runabout. Call Navy 3575.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relieve
any foot trouble, eons, eallous eallous-ees.
ees. eallous-ees. Ingrown toe MlU, foot mes mes-sage,
sage, mes-sage, etc.
Services "SCROLL'S'
Products
i. Arosemena Ave, U-4S
TeL S-221T
HASSELBLAD
PAXETTE
leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Centrtl Ave.
TRANSPORTES IAXTER. S. A,
Packers Shlppera Movers
Phoooe2 -251 2-2562
Loam Rhflrnj a
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding Joataieg Classes dairy
J to 5 p.. Phone 2-2451
ee by aapeiatatent.
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar rife ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-MX
DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes befin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Tee.
Women's classes and tum tum-blinc
blinc tum-blinc tor "Little Gays."
For all Information
Can 2-175L
NIKON
Cameras
at
9 tLsum
(Acroojs Banco National)
PANAMA r.- COLON

AGKNTS OUR orPICE AT

MISCELANEOUS
FOR SALE: 9 cu. ftv Weiting-
house refrigerators, deep f reese,
reasonable price. House 5759-A
Diablo. ,-
FOR SALE: 25 cycle radie radie-phonbgtapht
phonbgtapht radie-phonbgtapht fans, kadaside table
viewer, single bed with mattress,
desk, portable screens, lamps.
Navy 2294. T
FOR SALE: Mis. tools, socket
wrenches Vi" and 38" drive,
grease guns, gear puller and
ether, items. Also stainless flat flatware,
ware, flatware, wall lamps, paintings,
bamboo curtain,, telescope and
many other househell 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 SALE1935 Pord, small,
safe, refrigerator, jig saw, oxygen
.acetylene' outfit, air compressor,
bench grinder, Vi" drill. Curun Curundu,
du, Curundu, 5253.
FOR SALE. One male white
face monkey lit1 excellent health,
3 moriths old, $12.50, cage $5.
Please phone 2-3702-.
FOR SALE: R-2 gasoline Ca Caterpillar
terpillar Caterpillar Bulldoier, hydraulic
controls. Duty paid. Serial Ne.
4J707SF. Price $2000.00 Write
Box '291, Colon.
FOR SALE: Boll and Howell
70-D.R. 16 mm movie camera
with 1 inch 1.9 lent and 3 inch
2.5 telephote lent. Sacrifice at
$380.00 Call Colon 41).
FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
ClayeO blocks, 4" s'12V 12".
They are economical, light and
do not crack, $123.20 per thou thousand.
sand. thousand. Ciayce tV Alfaroria, S. A.,
Via EspaKa No. 37-48. Phone
3-0160.
FOR SALE: Silverteno 16"
table model television set, 60
cycle. $85.00. 83-3231.
For Sept. 21 Dance
"Acceptable sttiris" for the fifth
anniversarv dance of Oub Altami-
ra, scheduled for Sept. 21, will be
wauz-ienetn ant iuu-ienetn dresses
for women and navy blue and char charcoal
coal charcoal suits in addition to formal at
tire, for men, it was announced
today.
Members of the Panama City
club are expecting a large crowd
at tne dance, which will, be held
in the north patio of Hotel El Pa
nama.
Table reservations are still be
accepted by members of the club.
The dance is scheduled to start
at 7 p.m. with prizes for the luckv
ones among tne early arrivals.
Gov. Curley's Son
Again Indicted
On Morals Charges
MORRISTOWN. N".J.. Sept. 6
(UP) The goris Count Grand
Jury handed up two more indict indictments
ments indictments each today against George
Curley, son of a former Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts governor, and a physi physician,
cian, physician, charging them with morals
offenses. ,,
Both the 38-year-old men faced
other charges of impairing the
morals of a minor and conspiring
to ao so.
Today's indictments against
Curley charged him with debauch debauching
ing debauching and impairing the morals of
a cniia, ana conspiring to do so.
The indictments against Dr. Wil
liam Sexton, formerly of Moun
tain Lakes, N.J., included the
conspiracy charge, and a new one
charging him on three counts of
exposing obscene pictures.
Curley surrendered voluntarily
to juornstown authorities yester
day, to face previous charges of
impairing the morals of a minor
and conspiring to do so.
Curley wss transported here by
New Jersey suthorities after waiv waiving
ing waiving extradition. He is the son of
James M. Curley who was sworn
in yesterday as a member of the
Massachusetts State Labor Rela Relations
tions Relations Board.
County Judge Howard t. Barett
set nail at $1,000. which Curley
posted snd depsrted for New
York. He will be ordered to return
at a later date and enter a plea,
Morris County Prosecutor Frank
C Scerdo ssid.
One indictment earned. Curley
for impairing the morals of a I
year-old boy in MontviDe, -N.J
while the second bill accused him
of conspiring to impsir the morals
of a minor with Dr. Sexton, Scer Scer-bo
bo Scer-bo said. t
The conspiracy with Sexton took1
place at Sexton's bom ia Moun Mountain
tain Mountain Lakes, the prosecutor ssid.
Sextoa was charged ia five 'la 'la-dictments
dictments 'la-dictments handed up last week
with contributiBf to the delinquen
cy of minors by eocoursginf tnesn
to drink intoxicating liquors U bis

-IT rVTBECT. PANAMA-- UBREK1A

Real Estate
' FOR SALE -Leaving Isthmus.
. Three concrete house, very good
location -in Colon, Good invest invest-ment..
ment.. invest-ment.. Phone 1 t90,1'Colan.v
Folet $ALE:Excellent love! lot -in
4 e a I f able neigborhood,
1 000 M2,s Lefevre Avenue. Par Par-oue
oue Par-oue Lefevrj. Autobus passes. Ne
reasonable .offer will be refused.
Telephone i. Pedro Miguel. 333,';
House 2624B, CocolU
. Jiving room suite, newjy recower recower-oc.
oc. recower-oc. $225.00 Telephone Bal.'
44366427 Dot Recae St.,
Los Rlos.: ''
FOR SALE: $ pieces bamboo
. furniture includes -1 .settee, 4
chairs and 3 tables. Price $65.
531-D Gulick Heigta. Phone 08 08-898.
898. 08-898.
FOR SALE: 4 piece Rattan liv living,
ing, living, room set. $150.00. "0257
Apt. A, Gambea v- V
FOR SALE: Mgidair refrige refrigerator.
rator. refrigerator. 6 ft 'economical. 'Pederico
Boyd No. 1. Tel. l-lSltJ.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 25
cycle, bamboo draw drapes for 3
bedroom concrete! house, dinet dinette
te dinette set, Danish aweopor, metal
porch chairs, lamps, miscella miscellaneous.
neous. miscellaneous. 5 1 S5-A, Diablo.-
PENALTIES FOR SINGING
MOSCOW (UPWMoicow rest
dents were forbidden today to
drink; gamble or sing, loudly in
public places under penalty of a
100: ruble (about 110 fine. Now
regulations on public conduct
passed by the city council Julv 12
were posted throughout the city.
Wage Scale
i, CentiBoVd' trim
gTarfes 7. through wifrjbe fixed
with reference to prevailing rates
of pay for comparable job 1 the
Canal Zone and will be adjusted
periodically on the basis of ?co ?co-nomic
nomic ?co-nomic conditions) prevailing in" the
Canal Zone and ithg Republic of
Panama. Rates of pay for posi positions
tions positions in grades 7 through 9 will be
established with reference to the
rates of pay for grades 4 through
6 of the Navy classified psy sched
ule ana win ne adjusted wttio
those rates are adjusted. ;
"(d) Special: ;
(1) Covers ee: This cateforv

includes a number of occupational ling on the Isthmus.
ffrAimfl ttiet'riik lint-. VAadilvf 411 Ti.'l'

to any of the other three erouns
It includes policemen, p o s t a 1
clerks, pilots, school teachers,
Hosting equipment employes," rail railroad
road railroad operating personnel, and ap
prentices. ,v
"f2) Evaluation and pay; The
jobs' in each, major group In this
category are to be-evaluated and
paid on the basis' of the 'most
practicable method that will re reflect
flect reflect a comparable pay relation relationship
ship relationship to rates-of pay in the. United
States for the jobs on which Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone pay is of psy in-the U U-nited
nited U-nited Ststes for the johs on which
Canal Zone pay is. based. Tor ex
ample, power system lobs ww be
evsluated and titled with refer reference
ence reference to titles, and rates of pay for
comparable jobs in the United
States Corps of Engineers, Teent-
see Valley Autnorrty, tne Bureau
of. Reclamation, the Bonneville
Power Administration, and the
Southwestern Power Administra Administration,
tion, Administration, .tr -.
"Fringe benefits such as night
differential, overtime, holiday
comnensaiion, etc., for emoloyes
in the manual category will be
applied in the ssme meaner as
they sre spplied in United. States
nsvsl shipyards, .with the. excep exception
tion exception that night differential is to
be paid aa a percenters T ner
cent) of base comoensstion rather
than a straight hourly, differea differea-tisl.
tisl. differea-tisl. Fringe benefits for nonman nonman-ual
ual nonman-ual employes and service em employes
ployes employes will be continued in the
manner as tbev ore currently ao ao-nlied
nlied ao-nlied for -classified-type employes.
Fringe benefits' for speeisl.- este este-gory
gory este-gory employes will folio the
ssme fenersl psttera as for man manual
ual manual and .nonmanual employes rJe rJe-epnding
epnding rJe-epnding on whether or not the oe oe-copational
copational oe-copational group is related mora
closely to the msnual ar aon-maa-nal
group."' -: : ;
former Mountain Xakes horae. ;
The physician p'eaaei mnocem
and was rekssed ia bail to await
tri til r
The elder 'Curley is political
lc rrod -who. was foverner of Msss Msss-schusetts
schusetts Msss-schusetts and mayof of Bostoa.
He s erred a prison term for nail
fraud.
PLAN IXPIRIMINTS
' LAKEIJtND. ria'. (UP-Exp
imenta were nlanaed today fori
thicker tone a orange concentrate
which eltras Browsers a i a i
raiibt cut dwa shipptsf, asnaiuif
snd 'canning costs.'

ECIAIKV- Street No. ; AGCUs

t
)-ntinuta car wash $1 steam
c(eanin of motor $5, waxing of
. sari $5. ,Auto-BaSo, Trans-Isthmian'
Highway near Sears.
Thp best, dinners end drinks
ere served in our modern air air-,
, air-, conoitionec cafeteria:, grill and
har. Hotel Internaelonal. "Pla
U dsj Maya.
i br the hast in T.V, and alectro alectro-nie"
nie" alectro-nie" repairs, telephones Panama
3-7607U. S. Teh,VUIon.
Dogs,
FOR SALEiHigh quality fawn
: boxer puppies, A.K.C. registered.
Phone Navy" Pacific 3518.
WANTED: Home for nice
kitten. Call Panama' 3-49 II
form 9 to 6 and 30868 after 6.
WANTED: To buy or rent,
our wheel trailer,: suitable for
hauling heat.:' Tel. Balboa 2 2-3630.
3630. 2-3630. Plus Ultra Club
; Observes1 13lh
J Anniversary
Last Shturday night the mem members
bers members Of the-Plus Ultra Club enter
tained over 60 persons at a buffet buffet-dinner
dinner buffet-dinner held in Cousins Hall, Ebe Ebe-nezer
nezer Ebe-nezer Methodist Church, Rainbow
City, to mark the observance of
their 13th .Anniversary. The hall
was qecorstea for the occasion by
Edwin iniorbourne- one of the or or-ganier
ganier or-ganier of the .club.
'Albrief urogram was held 1m-
fore thf: dinner which i&clpded a
vpcal4 seiectibnby;1 Mrs. Myrtlet
Sanwda, Sfid.fll reSding of the Jiia Jiia-tory;
tory; Jiia-tory; of ths,clul" by Mrs. Medor.
Everjng. congratulatory messages
were also -received from reore-
sentafivtix of the various oriraniia-
tionj -of ;jtbel church lauding the
memner on the splendid work be be-irrg
irrg be-irrg carried on by the group. Dui
ing the program, a bon-voyage gift
in the form of a jewel box, was
foundation member of the Club, by
Mrs., Ivy Clarke. Mrs. Babb is ex-
Ipected to leave shortly for the U.S.
to. taxe up permanent residence.
Stpeciar guests included the rev.
add. Victor Watson, and -the. Rev.
and Mrs. Samuel Dun Moodie of
Jamaica, who are now vacation-
On Sunda? night the cljib at attended
tended attended a special Thankseiving
Service at' the Ebeneier : Church,
with the Rev. Dun Moodie as fiuest
preacher, -.-fy "''
On Monday night the- three-day
celebration was terminated with
a fish-fry, held at the home of Mr.
ana Mrs. u. bsdd of Rainbow uty

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- lit Persia, fa the Tdereath Ceatary A J),
riTtd aa extraorStnsry maa aamed GbJyas
d-Dln Abal Path Omar Ibta Ibrahim Al Al-l
l Al-l Khar? ami, knowa U as nam aa Omar tne
r Tentmaker, a Omar TLbayyam. Be had as
' saany talenta as be had naanea. A aatdier,.
- aaathesnatielaa and astrattorner, be was aba.
a poet whose leva lyrics and pun rent eora-
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Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A." DIABLO
BOX 121 1, CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
ATTENTION ell Isthmians enter enter-tainer
tainer enter-tainer lingers, dancers, novetly
etc. (Professional or amateur!,
Auditions Monday 3:30 p.m. Sa Salon
lon Salon Panama, Hotel El Panama to
select acts- for Wednesday Va-
:riety Nights Winners of which
receive contract t perform at
,: E. Panama. Bring your music,
any props, costume, and photo
to- audition, -" t
Lesson
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults. Teenagers Preteens
Balboa 2-4239. : Harnett and
Dunn. M- m-.
Sjng-Song Subjects
' ACKOSS
1 Stringed
instrument
S Applaud
9 Kind of
-concert
12 Wind Wind-instrument
instrument Wind-instrument I J Cavity
"14 Mellow
15 Tuneful
'17'" for
Two"--
18 feminine
. appellation
19 Suffocate
21 Snicker
" 23 No seats'
- left sign
24 Score
27 Arm bone
29 Mater
31 Dress
34 Sassafras
drink
36 Crown
:37 Czecho Czecho-...
... Czecho-... Slovakion city
38 Slipped
39 Egyptian
.; goddess
41 Affirmative
reply
42Botn
44 Kind of toil
DOWN
1 "My Old
'..Kentucky,
.,
2 Son of Ad am
3Tart
4 Mexican
laborers
5 "Sweetheart
of Sigma
6 Relax
-7 Caustic
8 Mexican coins
S Study oi
the abnormal
10 Curved
molding
11 Fruit
16 "Beautiful
BlUe--"

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rusiens
53 Indivsduaf j
'64 Everywhere
RC Footlike part
; 67. Prescribed,;
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It Patron saint -Z
of sailors -59
Harden,
. as cement
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FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball wilhoDl Canada Dry

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WANTED; Stenographer expa4
"'rienced. competent, Shorthand
English n Spaniard Good Speller,
Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo Morales.
rales. Morales. w.

WANTED. Good television and
radio men, full and bart time.
r Phone Panama 37607.
Domestic Employment
WANTED: Women for heuaa
keeping work with references. :
Must sleep at home:-' H Stree
No. 1 153, La Importadora So-,'
lecta. - i i
RESCUERS FIND BODIES 1
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' SAINT GIRONSi' France fTTPJ
A rescue party has found the hnri.
ies of three:' French atoinistc who
aisappeared last Saturday on the!
siopes- oi fine. ,3i8-toot-hieh Mnnt-l
vainer tfess, n was announced to-
aay. ; ;
Answer to Previous Puzzle

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ARE A R 0?B O St T
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20 Musical 40 Lover of
syllables r) .- cruelty
22 Gum resin f 43 Musical
24 Spreads to dry '' exercise.
25 Indigo
26 Most
. 45 Ventured
i 48 Wipes up
intelligent 47 Leg joint
28 Salad jelly i -48 Seth's son
30 Grimace (Fr.) 50 of Capri
31 Mimics 91 Crippled -33
More peculiar 52 Spill over
35 Poison gas 35 Angle.
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-- ' 4 " 4 -"
Was ana af history's great "Jortrs and a
superb military strategist. For the first time
aa the modern screen a fall-scale projec projection
tion projection af the story of Omar Khayyam baa
been filmed and with a maMtre and distin distinguished
guished distinguished atarrana; east. "OMAR atHATTAM.
the tale af rem nee. intrigue and military
adreatare. enarmoaslr promhrtnr 'In color
and escHewient; wiU OPEN ON THTRSDAT
IX AT THE CENTB.AU ';

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partment Department of the Army performance award Jo Lt. Col. R. W.
Hechinger, left, chief of the supply division, VS. Army Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Quartermaster section, and A. W. Blerwagen, right,
chief of the stock control branch. Quartermaster Section, Mrs.
Des Londes received the award and a $200 check for her supe superior
rior superior performance of her duties as assistant chief of the stock
management and accounting section, stock control branch, for
the period December 1955 to December 1959.
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Prosecutor Draws Bead
On Scandal Magazines

HOLLYWOOD Sept. 7 (UP) Prosecutor William L,
Ritzi said today h will prove that Conifdential and Whisper
Waiine are guilty "faceless" defendants in the scandal scandal-filled
filled scandal-filled criminal libel trial when the case resumes next
Tuesday.
' Attorney Arthur J. Crowley has maintained through throughout
out throughout thtrfWweek case that he is depending only Fred and
Marjorie Meade and their movie-land listening post, Holly Hollywood
wood Hollywood Research, Inc. '. .'
In beginning his final argument yesterday Ritzi po.nt po.nt-d
d po.nt-d dramatically to New York attorney Albert de Stefano,
'and told the jury!
Cinfidential and Whisper are trying to pull a gag, claim claiming
ing claiming they aff not ort trial here, and that they are not re re-Breseinted
Breseinted re-Breseinted by councel.

"But, ladies and genuemeii,
tnat man Albert d Stei no no-has
has no-has been present in this court courtroom
room courtroom from the besinnina. He is
an observer for both of the mag magazines,
azines, magazines, 'And they are on trial
here. Be assured of that.
Ritzt's argument was Ihter Ihter-ruoted
ruoted Ihter-ruoted when. e woman juror
collapsed in the smog-filled
k courtroom.
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Superior Judee Herbert V,
Walker ordered the trial recess recessed
ed recessed until Tuesday morning when
a doctor ruled that the. juror,
Mrs. Marilyn faber, would be
unable to continue In the Jury
box.
Asked why neither of the
two remaining alternate were
called to fill her plaeeWalker
said, "In a long case like this
. ,f,ai4 we will run
short of Jurors. I don't wanf
Before the session was Inter
rupted Rltzl produced a -ly
tree" of the Confidentlal Confidentlal-Whlsper.setap
Whlsper.setap Confidentlal-Whlsper.setap thatalso traced
the family relationship of con confidential
fidential confidential publisher Robert Har Harrison
rison Harrison and his niece, Mrs. Meade.
He showed that the business
COPA Announces
Emilio F. Clare.
As New Manager
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' The board of director of Com Com-paftia
paftia Com-paftia Panamefta de Aviacion
, -rYi .ttTimmpM tjviiv i una
nimous decision in: appointing
Emillo Francisco uiare as kbum kbum-al
al kbum-al manager.-, effective v immedi immediately.
ately. immediately. .-'''''''
Ciare. who has been employed
bv Pan American World Airways
for the ast fifteen years, was
iMnitanftmioiv erranted an inde
finite leave of absence to accept
his new post.
Having filled various positions
during his many years with the
veteran PAA, a board spokesman
expressed keen satisfaction m
being able to obtain his services
and vast experience In the air
line field.
, ir b native Panamanian.
was born in the city of Colon on
Mr, Clare, his wife Joan, and
two teenage dauenters. Joanne
and Marion, both students of
fani 7.nn. schools, reside in
Panama City.
father Or Not
Thl weather revert for the
ti hours ending 8 a.m. today.
1 prepared bv the Meteorolo Meteorological
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Branch ef the Panama Canal
Company:
Balboa Cristobal
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Low 74
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organisations were a iamny
project.
Included inv the breakdown
were Edith Tobias (Mrs. Meade's
mother) and Michael Tobias
(Mrs. Meade's brother)., ,t
Also named on the chart as
Confidential functionaries were
Helen and Daniel Studln. rela relatives
tives relatives of both Harrison and Mrs.
Meade.
Ritzi said. "To Drove a 'con
spiracy you muart find the de defendants
fendants defendants guilty of only one overt
act under the charge, but we
have set up five such overt acts.
You may find them guilty un under
der under one ,or two or all of them."
Jke Slernlv Warns
?Ufffc 1W To Push
Svria Mo. War
WARmNrmN.VaeDt. 7 (UPl
President Eisenhower sternlv
xvHrneii Russia todav not to
nush Svrla Into an act of at-
grson" against her neighbors.
Eisenhower also affirmed his
intention to carry out, the poli
cies expressed m the Kisennower
doctrine to aid Middle East
countries ; threatened by Com
munism.
lr.l!unhower's nroriouncement
on the Syrian crisis was con
tained. In a statement reaa io
reporters by Becretarv of State
Jfohn ITftister Tlulles after R tWO-
hour White House conference.
Dulles said the president aiso
approved the sp'eed-up of deliv deliv-sri
sri deliv-sri of defense and economic
Items to Svria's neighbors
The White House conference
was held In the wake of yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's official announcement of
a VS. airlift of defensive weap
ons to Jordan and otner jriena jriena-ly
ly jriena-ly Middle East nations.
Syria's first official reaction
came while the meeting was in
progress. A government spokes spokesman
man spokesman in Damascus said Syria will
not "tolerate any action aga'nst
her security." and insisted thPt
Its arms build-up was "purely
defensive."
Blockbusting
Twister Lashes
Through Atlantic
MTAMI. Rent. 7 (UP) A
blockbuster hurricane packinsr
winds un to 100 miles an hour
Ushed through th south Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic today about 2.500 miles east
southeast of Miami.
"There Is no immediate threat
to any land areas." Bernle
Moore, forecaster at the hurri hurri-rne
rne hurri-rne warning center here. said.
"However, this storm Is far
enourh out at sea that it kas
Dlenty of tim to build up into
a real big one.
The hurricane, labeled Car Carrie
rie Carrie for the third tropical storm
of the year, boiled un in the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic yesterday somewhere be between
tween between Africa and the United
States.
The storm is movlnr west westward,
ward, westward, ata about 15 miles per
hour.
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MAUREEN TAKES THE STAND Actress Maureen OUara
takes the stand to testify at the criminal libel trial. of Con Confidential
fidential Confidential Magazine, in Los Angeles. The actress denied cud-
dlirig with a "Latin lover" In Grauman's Chinese Theater as
reported in a story In the magazine.' Miss O'Hara said she
had only been to that theater twice once with her brother,
and once with her parents.

Robert Kennedy Will Appear
On Edward R. Mur rows Show

NEW YORK, Sept. 7 (UP) -Some
of the flavor of a new sea season
son season will begin to percolate into net network
work network TV programming this week.
On Monday, NBC will resume its
"Wells Fargo" mmea series wnicn
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it lmroaucea miawny ui iai sea season.
son. season. Dalet Robertson continues to
play the Wells Fargo agent in involved
volved involved in tracking down wrong wrongdoers
doers wrongdoers in the Old West.
Also on Monday, ABC will wel welcome
come welcome back "The Voice of Fire Firestone,"
stone," Firestone," a musical show that has
been on the air (radio and TV)
tnr 9Q vmri Hnwarri Rarlnw mo
tilities as the conductor, and the
guest artist is Metropolitan opera
star Robert Merrill. The program
mill Via An 1 ha licht siHp with
songs by Kurt Weill Bizet, Lehar,
Richard Rodgers, Ponce, Techai-
kowsky ana von Mippe.
The fall series of dramas on
"Telephone Time" on ABC begins.
Tuesday. One new aspect of this
program is that Dr( Frank Baxter,
TV Shakespearean lecturer; has
taken over as host and narrator.
The first drama is "Revenge,"
starring Greer Garson.
The fourth season of "Disney-
Negroes1 Quarters
'Weren't Fit For
A Pig Judge Says
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. (UP) -The
owner of a camp for migra migratory
tory migratory workers has been ordered to
give three Negroes tram fare
back to Georgia on grounds their
quarters "weren't fit for a pig."
County Judge Frank W. Carter
issued the order vesterdav after
inspecting a camp for potato har harvesters
vesters harvesters owned by Talmadge Ward,
formerly of Georgia. Ward, whose
camp houses 70 workers, brought
the three Negroes North to work.
One of the three had been found
collapsed on a street in Elcho,
Wis. Carter also said daily deduc deductions
tions deductions of $5 bad been taken from
the salaries- of the workers for
"room and board."
The deductions, he said, did lit little
tle little to explain the deplorable con conditions
ditions conditions he found. Carter said there
would be further investigation into
Teeding and sanitation conditions
on the premises.
The camp, ironically, is situated
in Lincoln,, Wis.
Duhsmoor
The draft status of new regis registrants
trants registrants and students has been cla-,
rified in an announcement issued
yesterday by F. G. Dunsmoor,
state director of Selective Service
for the Canal Zone.
Under the Selective Service law
and regulations applicable to the
Canal Zone, every youth who Is a
U.S. citizen must register with a
local board within five days after
he reaches his 18th birthday. Short Shortly
ly Shortly after he registers, his local
board mails him a selective serv service
ice service classifcatiin questionnaire.
When the questionnaire is return returned,
ed, returned, the local board classifies the
registrant on the. basis of the in information
formation information he furnishes in ..his
questionnaire.';
The law provides that a regis registrant
trant registrant Is not liable for service un-!
ti) be becomes KVk. There-1
after, he may normally expect
to be drafted some time before
reaching the age limit of 2S al although
though although be remains liable for serv service
ice service until age 35 if he has bees
granted a deferment at any time
before becoming 26).
On the principle 'bat the oldest
available registrants are called

st, the vulnerable age group for

land" begins Wednesday on ABC:.
The animated version of Serge
Prokofiev's orchestra! fable of
"feter ana tne won win oe
shown in its entirety, preceded' by
a live action sequence relating
how Walt Disney decided to pro
duce the film. Fess Parker, some
members of the- Mouseketeers of
the "Mickey Mouse Club" show,
Jerome Courtland and Guy Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, stars of new Disney films
for TV, will participate.
VI Love Lucy" returns to CBS
Wednesday. But these are re-runs
of old shows of the series. Lucille
Ball and Dest Araaz have ceased
to make new half-hour shows and
will, concentrate this season on
half ft dozen one-hour or 75-minute
variety musicals.
The "Tic Tac Dough'" program
will be introduced to nighttime TV.
This Jack Barry program has
been successful on the network for
several months as a daytime af affair
fair affair seen Mondays through Fri Fridays
days Fridays at noon. Bary remains, in
charge of the daytime show and
Jay Ja'ckson has been' drafted to
host the once-a-week evening vers version
ion version which, incidentally, will be in
color.:;-.. ...
Edward R. Murrow's "Person to
Person" interview returns to CBS
Friday night. The first guests will
be attorney Robert Kennedy, of the
Washington labor hearings, and
singing actress Julie London.
The new season tempo will ac accelerate
celerate accelerate the following week when
some of the brand new shows will
bow.
Soviet Scientists Scientists-Can
Can Scientists-Can Project Humarj
Brain On TV Screen
MOSCOW' (UP) A Leningrad
newspaper said today Soviet scien scientists
tists scientists have perfected an instrument
which projects the human brain
on a television screen. It said the
instrument is currently in use at
Leningrad's Neurosurgical Re Research
search Research Institute.
The newspaper Leningrad Prav Prav-da
da Prav-da described the device as a
helmet-bke contraption containing
50 electrodes. It said the helmet
was placed over a person's head
and connected by wires to a TV
screen.
Clarifies Draft
induction Is currently around age
22. In general, a local board's
monthly quota is filled from among
its registrants classified I A ana
found acceptable for service, se
lection being made in tne oraer
of age with the oldest being se selected
lected selected first ;
Under present quotas, the- local
boards in the Canal Zone, are
able to fill their calls with re registrants
gistrants registrants who art age 23 or old
er and avauarve for, inaucuou.
Sdm of the registrants reaching
that age group have been carried
continuously in Class I A: others
have been in deferred classes bat
have been reclassified into I-A af after
ter after com Dieting school or otherwise
becoming ineligible for further de
ferment. ; j 5
One of the problems facing ma
ny youths in. their last year ef
high school is deciding whether to
go into service immediately after
graduation and thereby discharge
their obligation, or whether to go
on to collet e and try to complete
their education btforc going into
service. -
A vouth who starts a full-time
college course can try for a stu
dent deferment eimer ny tasing
tbe Selective Service College Qua

AFL-CIO Officials

Will Find Teamsters Union Guilty

WASHINGTON, Sept. 7 UP)-
vrl hiffh AFL-CIO officials
predicted yesterday that tne laoor
organization's Ethical Practices
Committee would find the .giani
Teamsters Union "guilty"' of dom domination
ination domination by corrupt' influences. :t
' But thit ofif cials.l who insisted
on remaining anonymous, smeu
away from predicting, whether a
guilty verdict would Te followed
y the union's expulsion from the
AFL-CIO. Indications were the
Teamsters would be granted a
definite period in which to clean
f n j
Only the AFL-CIO convention,
which meets in December, can ex
pel the union,. The -conventions
aaction appeared to ninge on steps
taken by the Teamsters at their
own Sept. 30 convention in. Miami,
Fla., especially the man tney pi
to succeed da vj Beck at presi president.
dent. president. ,,3"" V "''Aw f'-i
The teamsters., high "command,
appearing before the Ethical Prac Practices
tices Practices Committee i Thursday, re
fused to make ft pwnt-by-point
reply to corruption charges. In Instead,
stead, Instead, i Beck, speaking from the
union's board, denied the- charges
in general terms and promised re
forms, '. 1 v
Members of the, Ethical Prac
tices Committee met informally
behind closed doors today to con
sider the report -H will makr to
the Sept. 24-25 meeting of the
AFL-CIO Executive Council.. .. f
The' council has power to Issue
cleanup orders to the Teamsters,
with .the threat of expulsion hang hanging
ing hanging over the union's head if it
failed to comply; That would leave
the final decision up to the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO convention.
AFL -CIO leaders long have
been reported to feel that Team Teamster
ster Teamster Vice President James R.
Hoffa floes not qualify, as presi president
dent president to succeed Beck: Hoffa is be
ing contested for the post by
Teamster Vice President Thomas
L. Hickey Thomas J: Hagerty,
secretary-treasurer of. Chicago
local, and Repi John Shelley (D-
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Shelley; who announced his can
didacy Thursday night, said today
that the Teamsters 'are at a
point now where they have to be

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CITHER ANCLE'S COOD-Aetrets Vikkl Duggan proves the ;
front view is as good as the back view for which she's most
famous. Vikki won a measure of fame by introducing the
"plunging backltne." At left, she demonstrates that even mink
shouldn't be allowed to cover a winter shiver. At right. Vikkl i c
shows she can model rr-""'e material as well as nature's h
am. ewfr'ri '" '

Status Of GZ t u d e n s, :

lification Test or by attaining a
prescribed class standing. The loc local
al local board can defer the student
through college and graduate stu study
dy study in clsss U-S if be has achieved
a score or class standing, as fol follows:
lows: follows: .. v
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College Qualification T e s t : A
score of 70 or more will permit de-
lerment in Class II S as aa under
graduate, a score ef SO or more
permits deferment for graduate
study: to lone as the student is
satisfactorily pursuing a full-time
eeurie of study.
Clan Standing: (Ranking among
full-time mad students in th re
listrant's class): '
First Year: Deferment in 'H-S
bised on class standing cannot be
(ranted to first year college stu
dents; however, such students will
normally be carried in I-A (or I-S)
until the end al the academic year
provided they continu to saustae
torily pursue a full-tune course ofj
stuay.- v. 1
Second Year: A JJS deferment
msy be granted to a registrant who
achieves a scholastic standing in
his first year's work ranking him
within the upper one-half f the
full-time asi students ia bis class.

Predict Group

very cireful about ( whom; they
elect president." He urged union
Shelley has been a member of
the Bakerywagon Drivers and
Salesmen: Local 484 of the Team
stera since 1929. He was president
of the California State Federation
of Labor (AFL from 1947 to 1950.
He was elected to Congress in
1952. ,
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$15,000,
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new. nd old down payments
'.required on homj aiortgage
.loans insured by the Federal
Bousing Administration. Ins
i twlmnove, designed to spur
kpm buying, THA a eut min
imuin'down payments almost in
balf and raised the interest
rates an THA loan from I,
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Third Yar: A U S deferment
may be granted for-a ranking ia
the upper two-thirds, of his clsss
on his second year's work. f.
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' Fourth Year: A IIS deferment
may be granted for a ranking in
the upper three-fourths of hi class
on his third year's work, t
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh Years:'-(D
a course of 5, or T years is re required
quired required for first academic degree).
A n-S deferment may be granted
if the registrant in his latest com completed
pleted completed undergraduate year achiev achieves
es achieves a scholastic standing on '-that
year's -work ranking him within
the upper three-fourths of his class.
Graduate Study; A II -S defer
ment may be granted if the Ttgis-1
trant in his last fuD-time under undergraduate
graduate undergraduate year achieves a scholas scholastic
tic scholastic standing ranking him within
the upper one -fourth of his 'class.
A full-time college student aot in
deferred clsss a ad called for in induction
duction induction during any academic year
may request that he be deferred
until he has finished his academic
year. If he does so, a deferment in
Class I-S must be granted but be
caa get sock a statutory deferment
only once to permit completion of
aa academic yea

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Officer Who Led Reconnoiter
OfHigbwoyRouteCommendcd

1st Lt. Robert E, Downen, form former
er former leader of the 20th Infantry's
famed-1 and R Platoon, was re rewarded
warded rewarded for the key role he played
in last fall's "Operation Darien"
when he was presented the com commendation
mendation commendation ribbon with metal pen pendant
dant pendant in ceremonies held -at Fort
Kobbe recently.
' With Regimental Commander,
Col, Robert W. Garrett.' reviewing
the Men of Sykes, elements of the
1st, 2nd, v and Provisional Batta Battalions
lions Battalions -including the 518th Engi
neers and the 61st Field Artillery
took part in th retreat parade.
"The commendation presented to
Downen now attached to the staff
of the Jungle Warfare Training
Center -. recalls the days of O-
peartion .Darien and the many
obstacles faced bv the men of the
20th in helping reconnoiter possible
routes for the pan-Amencm uign
way t- m n -(u
It was early the morning of Aug.
9. 1956. that Dwonen and 11 enust
ed men left Fort Kobbe in the
darkness for darker land ahead:
a virtually unexplored section oi
the Darien countrv that even ae
rial reconnaissance had not ade
quately penetrated. ;
' Ostensibly, the purpose of the
apereHaa ws training. : But to
the men wh took part, ? tK
thought that they wr helping
'with what may well be the treat
est link In ei nine th people ef
the. Americas,: in spirit as well
as by tread, was ef prime in
pertanc. ;
'.The first half of. the operation
becam known as- the Bayano
Phase. Leaving La Capitana by
piragua and storm boat, the group
set on oown me kio jnamoni, tri tributary
butary tributary of the .larger Rio. BayanO.
and. effected their first main base
camp at El Llano.
Within a fortniaht. a command
decision was made to proceed east
ward, ana tne oase camp was
hifted to the Rio Pinugandi.
.Meanwhile, reports began drift-
ing back of soma oi tne real aim aim-eulties
eulties aim-eulties the group -was encounter encounter-ina.
ina. encounter-ina. "Flies., cats.' ier-de lances
A na( la as Pi4lrlAl A V
Loses Quarters ;
Privileges Iii CZ;
Th cancellation of Quarters
privileges In tha Canal zone has
been made affective in- the ae
of another -employ of a UA
government afcency because of
violations of the Commissary
purchase- privileges.
The most recent case i of an
virtion for Panama Canal Quar
ter was that of an Army em em-nlove
nlove em-nlove who occupied ouarten at
Paraiso. tbc canceuawon ut
nrtr nrivlleffes was at the re
quest of Annr authorities after
a report on me aouse oi wum wum-ml&sarr
ml&sarr wum-ml&sarr purchase privileges was
made to them.
r The report stated that the em employe
ploye employe had altered his ldentlfica-
tlon-pnvuege caro ana nu per permitted
mitted permitted its use by unauthorized
persons who had made excessive
purchases of various food Items.
Soviet Airliner
Leaves Us Base
On Return trip
. VftTlTHlt. AFB. N.J. Sept. 7
riTP w. Tha Soviet let airliner
which flew a group of Russian -of
fioi.li tii th United States Wednes
day departed at 6:38 a.m. today, on
the first leg of its return trip to
Moscow. , -
The TU-104A, th only type oi
let in oasenser service anywhere,
took off forGander Bay, Labra Labrador,
dor, Labrador, with a United States Air
Fore navigator and radioman as
well as its original crew. s
The American officers will help
the plane with air traffic and other
procedure as tney aid en x n e
flight in. r
R e g i s t r a n is
A student caa also gain defer
ment by being accepted for college
military training. Members of col
lege rotc units are deferrred in
Class I D, so long as they remain
in jood standing, provided they
sign an agreement to accept a
commission upoa graduation and
serv two years en active duty,
A deferment is merely post postponement
ponement postponement of the registrant's obli
gation to serve, in the case on coi coi-leee
leee coi-leee students, deferments in Class
I D or II-S are usually granted for
one year periods, but are renew
able, upon review of the regis registrant's
trant's registrant's status ec college standing
When the student completes college
or grsduate school, he is under 00-
ligation to serve two years on ac
tive duty. He remains bable for
service until age SJ if be has ever
been granted a deferment ia Class
I D, I-S, or II-S.. 4 v
An Important obligation imposed
on all registrants by law is that
they must notify their local boards
of all changes in their status.
Therefore, a student must notify
his local board when he graduates
when he ceases te make satisiae
wrn oc mxi iw mane huhic-i
tory firides. w if a uiu school

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t
Blague marchers," read the head-'
ne in the local press, and it was
only slightly exaggerated.
,j..A large, black cat, estimated 'at :' j
well over -100 pounds,; pass ti
through the base camp. No. on
would say whether it had crossed
the marchers' path.' 1 5
A distance of 28 miles eastward -was
explored from Nargana to th.
headquarters 1 of the Rio Playo',
Chico. 'The 'ridge system which
forms the Divide, it was found,"
was not a simple structure at alt
but a complex formed1 by raanjr.
branches and fingers. Reconnai;
sance parties-were, forced to ea.
nlore annroximately three addition- i

ai mues ior eacn mue oi consiruci consiruci-ed
ed consiruci-ed trail. y
In the end, 224 miles of virtual -ly
unexplored terrain were covered -during
the Caribbean phase alone 7
But without the men of the 20thv
Infantry -i-those "Green Ghosts of

the- Jungle who went tnrougn
where only a few brave trappers
had gone before, that might not ;

haiiA b-nAiim m t- tat ot- mt m.
ny years. Downen led, the part
throughout. j

41 Jobs How Open
Vilh Canal Company
t , t ; 1
A total of -41 positions are cur- t;
rentlv available with the Canal .-organization,
organization, .-organization, according to th
transfer-vacan,cy bulletin releas released
ed released this week by the- Personnel v
Bureau. - f 1
- Five of the vacancies are for
towing locomotive-operators to
be -employed during the Pacliia
Locks overhaul: fourare for car v
go -checkers in the Terminals i
Division; and two for policemen
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lO do si,ac.joneavV" uie Awaiiwus.
side. N i
Other types of employment'
listed on the bulletin' are: cargo
clerk, clerk-typist, clerk-steno-
grapher. electric engineer, eleo
trician, floating crane engineer.

11114 aiu, ( CKUiiiuiugiou,' t;
lock operator, locomotive machi- ?
nlst, maintenance machinist,
marine, machinist, marine in-
spection assistant, meteorologist, ;
nnwfu-hniiM nnprator niDefitter.

eral supervisory storekeeper, an- ;
alwHfll: otatfvf inian nnAtvlcnMM. ....

eargo.clerk. And,-ubstltute -poift JL.

window lerk.
The General Paint: Corp. ot -San
Francisco, Cal., has an-i
iiounced the appointment of
Paul McBrearty. as manager' -of
its branch in v Panama.
McBrearty', a graduate of
Georgetown University, Wash
ington, D. C, has been with
General Paint for severalj,
years and served in the ca-'- r
pacity of assistant manager
before being named to hla."
present position.
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