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
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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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nunung sources cwoc yw v -t
ferhment. '
The report aald two of the
7 fire cabinet ministers wno
Assemblymen will giro up tbelr
.posts and return to the Assem
bly in i oraer o reuui
majority group of the lerisla-
tiTe bouy. '
Serious charge were hurled
by students ot tne atwu aim

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J - administration and faculty at. a

meeting held last night by par
ents.
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ing of duties ta misuse pf, school
iunas.
Detectives were trying tpes tpes-tabllsh
tabllsh tpes-tabllsh today the identity of a
man found with ; a fractured
akull Tuesday night In Cathe
dral Piaza.
The man died shortly after
being taken to Santo Tomas
Hospltali Detectives said he had
no wentuying papera; a.
r' Mfiort said thete are lndi'
cation $he man suffered from
epilepsy,? ,
Th Permanent teeislatlve
Committee has postponed uri-,
til tomorrow its discussion oi
Hi tkriff rfn automobiles.
Postponement came last night
after stcongr arguments agamau
a .proposed increase ny auwnno
Ml rioiiler Ricardo. Marciaq. :.
Marciaq maintained that the
present ?0 'per" cent, tariff ; on
low-nricedi, automobiles .which
enb iin i i2500 should b kept,
because they are a necessity ln-

O stead of (l luxujry. e awo anow
ri that the tir on hieher-priced

aut(M.ftised,, aucbJ

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The Director of posts and Tel
egraph announced yesterday tne
issue of 300,000 five-cent stamps
in commemoration of the. 100th
anniversarv of the birth of
rounding Father Manuel Espin-
osa Batista. .,-.
The starIP went onw sale to'
day. y-'
Hurricane Carrie
Veering tlorfhYard;
Unlikely To Hit US
MIAMI. Sent.. 12 (UP)--Hur-
ricane Carrie, Its mighty winds
dwindled, veered North over tne
open Atlantic loaay ana weam
' ermen hoped to give an all
clear" to the U S. mainland by
sundown.
f
"Well have to wait for one
more eood fix on the storm be
fore we can" say for- sure, but we
are quite optimistic "that Carrie
will never affect the U. coast
line.' chief forecaster Gordon
Dunn of the Miami Weather
Bureau said last night.
A Naw huiAlcane hunter plane
from Puerto Uico was scheduled
to arrive In the area of the
storm around dawn to get the
location "fix", and collect trier
weather data.
In lta 11 DJn. EST advisory,
the Weather Bureau located
Carrie at latitude 21.0 north,
longitude 52.6 west, or around
930 miles East-Northeast of San
Juan, Puerto Rico, and 1.800
miles East-Southeast of Miami.
The advisory said that after
24 noun of almost stationary
thrashing far out at aea, Carrie
had started "a slow drift North-
ward" and waa expected to eon.
tlnue la the same direction for
uie next is nours. -
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Highest winds near the -"ey",
v vmc, wuui iu
lco-mue-an-nour wauop, naa
diminished to BO miles an hour
and were confined to a small
'area, j'- -- ..,
'Unemployed'
C AID IFF, Wale. Sept U (UP)
Marstrtte Gay &ximua let
Herbert Hooley off with a light
fia e a f peediaf charie here
because Hooiey aaid he waa ub-
aapwyea.-
Hooky walked ot f the eourt eourt-'
' eourt-' rooM, stepped into ais tew aporU
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Drunk Driving Causing Injury
Cosfs 15th ND CPti $500

A fine of 1500 and a
ed in U.S. District Court this

driving causing bodily injury
Cp Joseph Michael, Rodulski, 35, American, of the 15th
Naval District, was also put on probation for a period of three

years His urivera license was

KOdUlSKI paid tne line ociorc imhuj m cvurmuuse, i
The inlured victim is Mrs. Johanna Kn'aebel Underwood,

the wife of an Army capiain
RhP suffered a communated
Wacture of the Wd when Kodul
ski, who was driving a pickup
truck, lost control of the vehlr
cle and caused a head-on colli collision
sion collision with the Plymouth car
driven by her husband. v
Underwood escaped witn a
black eye, but his wife's head
was thrown against the wind windshield
shield windshield with such force as to
crack the 'glass, and her hip
hit the instrument board,
causing the fraeture.'
Th accident occurred on Bru-
ia Road at 10:10 p.m. July 20.
- Underwood was driving on
the correct side of the road
some four feet inside the. white
center line when Rodulski lost
control of the pick-up truck he
was drivingi veered to left .end
caused an almost head-on colli-sion.-The
front of the Plymouth
was considerably damaged, the
pick-up somewhat -less so.
Rodulski waived preliminary
hearing in Balboa Magistrate's
Court on Aug. 16 and was bound
over for trial in District uouri.
Mrs. Underwood is still con
fined to Gorgas Hospital. -t
' On Aug. 22, date of the medi medical
cal medical report read to the court to today,
day, today, she was expected to remain
in" traction ror anouier vwu
weeks, then be transferred to
another type of traction which
mav be continued for six
months.-.:-,. kjf-"
Doctors predict that ane win
probably be partially crippled
tm
!o Cause Fof Alarm
$ay:US;Eccr.:r:1jfif
WASHINGTON iXJV) Covrn
Y,nt .KnnnmiKtu i.aid toiaT there
is do cause for alarm m me iaoi
that, total U.Sv? employment, w
clined 600,000 Jn AUgust
nni.lh rirnnff -from July's
record high Of 67,200,000 ".employed
net-sons, the economists said a sl-
muitaneous August oecum uu uu-mnlnvment
mnlnvment uu-mnlnvment taken toeether with a
r . j i: i.
high level of. non-farm employ
ment aaaea up vo signs oi sireinsm
in the economy. The August em-
nlovment fuures were released
Tuesday.
A rHnrtinn of 900.000 .in the
number of farm workers last
month was described as some
what of a freak" because of un
usual weather conditions earner
this year.
Government economists pointed
out that most of 'those leaving
farm work were housewives or
students who are not looking for
another job and hence are out of
the labor force. Tnat means tney
are not considered unemployed
Defective Steering
Blamed For 3-Dealh
Ship Collision
COOS BAY, Ore. fUPJA de defective
fective defective steering gear was tenta
tively blamed today for a ship
collision that caused .the death of
three men in the sinking of an
Army dredge. ',
Involved in the collision -were
the dredge William T. Rossell and
the Norwegian freighter- Thor-
shalL The accident took place at
the entrance to Coos Bay harbor
shortly before S p.m. Tuesday.. -The
victims were Harry C.
Peterson of San Francisco, aa en
gine room machinist: George
Qutntoa of San Francisco, a bin
tender: and Ong Tipp, a mes mes-maa.
maa. mes-maa. They were among SI crew-
mea aboard the dredge.
One reoort said one maa was
mining and eight ethers hospital-
upa in riorui ceita.
None of the freighter crew was
reported injured. Most of the M
crewma were ia the mess hall
whe the coiiisioa took place..
- The TborshalL a S,776-toa ship,
was leaving port for Seattle.
Wash., with a load of lumber. It
struck the 264-toot dredge en the
left aide as the smauer Teasel
was eaiering the channel after
dumpiag a ioad of sand at aea.
France Shaw, president the
Independent Stevedoring Co.. the
firm which leaded the Thor ah all,
said the steering gear apparently
failed oa the Thorshall as it
passed the dredee. He said it
veered (harply ito the vessel.
The William T. Roeaell sink
SuKklr n the ebsaael with enly
is taast and pilot house shewing.

:"Letthe people know the truth end the

one-Tear suspended sentence was pass

morning in a case of drunken
suspeuaeu.
stauonea at rt. Jkoooe.
permanently as a result of
traumatic arthritis stemming
from the injury.
Rodulski's commanding off!
cer testified in mitigation of his
sentence. He reported that the
defendant was a combat veter
an with, an excellent record, irr-
ciuaing outstanding service.
Rodulski was represented by
attorney David Robles.
The maximum punishment for
drunken driving causing boaiiy
injury is 10 years m the peni
tentiary, or jail for not more
than one year, or a fine of not
more than $500, or both the fine
and the jail term.
Hash Comes Twice
-And Lunch Lale
For Balboa Lodgers
.Luncheon was late today for the
assorted Americans, Panamanians
and other nationals lodged in Bal
boa iail.
It was shortly before chow time
when a high-pitched noise rent tne
peace of Balboa police station
Officials peering from their of offices
fices offices saw loaves of bread bounc1
ing along the hall. What was worse,
and what had caused the clatter,
a large baking pan of tasty look looking
ing looking corned beef haih was bottom
up at the head of the stairs.
A young American prisoner serv
ing lime for statutory rape had
tripped as he came up the stairs
with the food that is brought daily
rrom ia Jtsocr service cenier.
'Go back and aet another, the
detail was ld,"' "and. give that -to
the dpg.'V-
Ballisncre Surgeon
Tells Of Successful
Heart Replacement
CHICAGO (UPf A Baltimore,
Md.. sureeon todav described
successful heart replacement In
dogs and said similar nan
transnlants among bumans may
be "within the realm of practica
bility."
Dr. Edgar F. Berman of Sinai
Hospital in Baltimore described
the historic operation in an ad
dress before the 22nd annual con
gress of the International College
of Surgeons.
He made the report on behalf
of himself and two collaborators,
Dr. Mauricio Golberg, surgeon of
Cordova. Argentina, and Dr. Leon
ard Akman, cardiologist at Mnai
Hospital.
'Replacement of the damaged
or incompetent heart, long a
challenge to the imagination, may
be within the realm of practica
bility," he said.
Berman said actually two nean
replacements were accomplished
in dogs, but in the first case the
heart functioned for only 21 min minutes.
utes. minutes. V
In the second operation, the
heart worked for one hour and 57
minutes befor going into eratic
actios. The heart was restored to
normal beat several times later
through artificial pacemaker stim
ulation.
This apparently c o u 1 d have
been sustained longer with the
use of the pacemaker," Berman
said. "The experiment waa pur purposefully
posefully purposefully terminated."
Berman said that one of the
most important factors of the ex
neriment was that until only re
cently, the survival of transplant
ed tissue and organs between the
same specie has been limited, ex
cept ia the case of identical twins
where successful k i d y trans
plants have been performed.
Two British Ships
Hit By Asian Flu
CEBRALTER. Sept. 11 (UP)
An epidemic of Aaiaa flu put two
Brttuo destroyers out of action to
day alter 1V0 crewmen were noa
pitalized, V (.-'--
The stricken mea were trans
ferred to Gibraltar's military hos
pital The destroyers, the Dainty
aad the Defender, went "Into quar
antine, f ;
Aa enliiOed man of the Dainty,
Francis Mason, 19, died of the
Flu yesterday. Host of the other
eases were said to be ef a amid

PANAMA, K T, THURSDAY, .SEPTEMBER It, 1957

A o
ml

2 Charges Brought
In Balboa Thefts
From Parked Cars
Thefts from two' cars parked
near the shoe section at Balboa
commissary brought Panamanian
Samuel Eudoro Toral, 21, into Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court today on
two subsequent charges of petit
larceny.
Probable cause .Was found in.
both cases and Toral was bound
over for trial in U. S. District
Court. Bail in each case was fix fixed
ed fixed ot $500.
Toral has been convicted of six
misdeameanors during the past
year.
It was charged today about
9 a.m. yesterday he stole $ dress,
a skirt and two blouses belonging
to Virginia Pearl from one vehi
cle. The listed value was $14.75.
In the second case. he is charg
ed with taking two men's sport
jackets valued at $10 belonging to
Joseph, is. Morrissey.
Cuba Purges Naval,
Hat Police Officers
In Anti-Rebel Move
havana; Cuba: Sept. 12 (up)
The government today count
ed on a sweeping purge or hign
military and police officers to
tighten security measures a-
galnst the rebels of Fidel Cas Castro.
tro. Castro. i, ....
The purge announced yester yesterday,'
day,' yesterday,' resulted in the arrest of

three .Naval officers and the re
lievingf of another bf his" Ifeom-D

mand.- Two. jtherNval f fleers
and three National police offi officers"
cers" officers" were retired from aervice.
The- arrested officers were
four-star Capt. Gulllermo Drlgg,
ihead of the Navel Academy;
umar, Augusto juarrero, com com-mander
mander com-mander of the frigate Antonio
Maceo and his brother, Lt. cmdr.
Ernesto juarrero, second in
command at the. Majflel Naval
Air station. i
' At .the jsame time we govern government
ment government renewed Its pleas for arm armed
ed armed rebels to surrender. A mili
tary communique reiterated a
statement issued last week
guaranteeing personal safety
and a fair trial to any rebel who
gives himself up.
International Suez
Canal Co. Xlaim
Rejected By Egypt
CAIRO, Sept. 12 (UP) The E E-gyptian
gyptian E-gyptian Suez canal authority has
rejected the international Suez ca
nal- company's attempt to negoti
ate a settlement of its financial
claims.
The government newspaper Al-
gomnouria said today the authori authority
ty authority rejected the clam settlement
attempts on the grounds that such
matters must be discussed direct
ly with the Egyptian government.
Accordingto the ssme reports.
the former canal company failed
to draw out about $1,400,000 dol
lars from Us original account in
a bwiss bank. The paper said the
bank refused to pay the sum be
cause the account became tie
property of the Egyptian Suez au
inonty wnen tne waterway was
nationalized.
Squirrel Turned
Over To Owner
At Fort Clayton
With reference to the "contro "controversial
versial "controversial squirrel,' ran a teletype
message lent by Pacific side Can.
at lone police today, 1U owner.
Mrs. Loxie Land on. of Ft. Clav-
ton, has come forward and retriev
ed her pet.
The red-tailed squirrel was im-l
pounded after its antics caused a
dog to bark, disturbing other Clay Clay-too
too Clay-too residents.
Man Jailed For
Entering Building;
Owned. By Army
A man charged with' entering a
building on the. Empire Range for
tne purpose ex committing larce
ny has been bound over for trial in
U.S. District court on a charie of
burglary. TM building is owned
by the Army. -Bail
was fixed at iSOO for lulo-

gis rraaeev U Panamanian,

country is $afe' Abreham Lincoln,

British Action
In Suez Crisis
Was Planned
LONDON, Sept. 12 (UP) The
British commander-in-chief of the
Suez invasion reported today that
Britain planned tnrougn August
and September last year to "take
action in Egypt'! in case of any
Suez Canal crisis.
"The period of notice which had
been accepted for the start of o-
perationg was 10 days, reported
Gen. Sir Charles. Keightley, the
Anglo-French C-in-C, "although in
the event we got little more than
10 hours.
. Keightley's official dispatches on
the preparation and excution of
the controversial buez invasion
were released by the Government
today, 10 months after the cease
fire.
Review Of Career
Pilot's Discharge
Asked By Colonel
NEW YORK (UP) The com commander
mander commander of Mitchell Air Force
Base has1 called on the Pentagon
to review the economy discharge
of a 16-year career pilot who was
unable to log sufficient flying
time because of wounds received
during World War II.
Col. Marshall Elkins' said
he felt an "injustice" Wat being
done to Capt. William F. Billo,
who, was ordered separated from
the service Nov. 30 under the Air
t.
'oree'a seeemomy piagram..- t?u
Bille37. the father of four chil
dren with another on the way,
H1U.U 1B- WCWIiUClcu... .
stunned v disappointed) by his
ordered discharge.
A public information officer at
Mitchel said it was believed, that
Billo was ordered discharged be because
cause because he lacked 1,000 hours flying
time for his period or service. It
was pointed out, however', that
Billo was behind because if an
injury received oh a combat mis mission
sion mission in 1944.
Billo, who underwent surgery 24
times in three years, now has
1,700 hours of flying time.
"This boy worked for me for a
year and a half," Elkins said.
"He has done a very good job.
He has been trying hard to build
up his flying time, so I trans
ferred him to flight instruction.
Regarding his appeal to the
Pentagon, the commander said.
"l ve never done anything like
this before. But I believe there is
an injustice being done if they
lau to look at his records in full."
Bearded Bobby
Returns To Duty
LONDON, Sept. 12 (UP) A
Buckingham Palace bobby who
was dismissed for growing a
beard was returned to the good
grace of the Queen yesterday.
Constable Stewart Dean was
granted a reprieve by the Home
Office secretary, who acts in the
name of Queen Elizabeth.
Dean had been dismised be
cause police officials ruled his
beard was "untidy" and he re refused
fused refused to shave it off. The Queen's
Home uttice secretary overruled
the decision of the disciplinary
poara.
Police Holding Pair
Found In Commy
Of Narrow Classes
Canal Zone police suspect that
a Pacific Side woraaa or maybe
a hatchet -faced man may be
having trouble looking up numbers
in the telephone book today.
A pair oi ratner narrow classes
fitted with heavy leases was turn
ed in to the cops this morning.
They were found earlier this week
at Diablo Commissary.

Spotty s No Real Gone Dog
Doctors and dogs, stndents of Journalism are toM. are
always good far a story.
This Is today's episode la the running serial ef Dr.
Frank Ssnitb ef Ancon and his Dalmatian deg 8ptty.
.Yesterday Spotty was gnae again after having been
resetted by a Panama gardener only two weeks after baviag
fceea "beaght back by ais master.
But' but night; twe Panamanian baya feaad Spotty
raaming the capital eitv aasl tarae him ever to the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zeme aalieemaa la Aacaa. Mrs. Smith- earns and picked
him aa.
At prewtime. the a report a S petty bad net reach reach-ad
ad reach-ad Tba Paaama American. We doa't anew weather has at
heme or at large.

Latest Score: 257
......
Congress -directed economy
moves will lop at least 257 jobs
off the local payrolls of the'
armed services, a summary of
three reports disclosed today.
In mid-August, the Navy re reported
ported reported that 178 persons will be
dropped from their jobs be before
fore before the end of the year.
On Monday, the Army con confirmed
firmed confirmed the loss of 29 jobs in
their Transportation Section.
More cuts in. other sections
are foreseen.
Today the Air Force revised
an earlier small estimate jto re reveal
veal reveal that there wilt be 50 ter terminations
minations terminations soon.

UFCo. Buys Oil,
Gas Concessions
In RP Province
Cataract Mining Corp. today re received
ceived received a cash payment of $150,000
from tne united Fruit Co. of Bos Boston
ton Boston in payment for one million
acres of oil and gas concessions
in the Province of Chirtqui, it
was announced today.
This was. a down payment a-
gainst an over-riding royalty of
one and a half percent on this
acreage which will now be active"
ly developed by the fruit compa
ny, i
In addition to the $150,000. the
United Fruit also, made a sub substantial
stantial substantial cash payment to Time
Petroleum for their interest in the
Chiriqui concession, the announce
ment added.
Cataract-still retains another 1,-
100,000 acre concession in the Pri-
vinces of Chiriqui and Bocaa del
Toro. offsetting the conclusion.
which has been -turned ovario y-l
nited fruujir?

FamilAclvised Nof To Spinel
Over 20 Pay On Housing

WASHINGTON. Sept. 14 (UPV-
An official of the United Mates
Savings and Loan League warned
prospective nome Buyers toaay
not to expect lower- down payment
concessions in the near future.
There is little prospect of an
early return to negligible or no
down payments. Norman Strunk,
the league's executive vice presi presi-dent
dent presi-dent said.
But home-owning for the mod
erate-income family is not such i
tough financial proposition as re recently
cently recently implied by the Natioual
dent Roy Mrr said in a separate
statement.
Strunk said that tight money
conditions, the result of the Fed
eral Reserve Board s anu-inua
tion policy, mean that the relative
ly easy financing of the immedi immediate
ate immediate post-war years is not about
to reappear.
Heavier Paymtrits Likely
With the expected continuing
tight supply of mortgage funds
plus a trend toward larger ana
more expensive homes, Strunk
said, even heavier down payments
are in the offing.
He noted that the average home
built today is larger and better
equipped than earlier postwar
models. This, plus higher con construction
struction construction costs, be said, has
pushed prices up and made pro proportionately
portionately proportionately bigger down pay
ments necssary.
Meanwhile Marr critizied re recent
cent recent statements by the bousing
conference which recommended
more conservative bome-buying
practices tha are usually pur
sued.
A conference study asserted
that a family should spend no
more this 20 per cent of its take-
home pay on housing expenses.
including, mommy mortgage pay
ments, insurance, ua.es, up&ccp
and heatine.
The rule-of-thumo usually advo
cated is 25 per cent

R Iff ing.
I o

30 Local-raters,
20 US-raters
Economized'

Fifty Air Force civilian
Base are receiving separation

plans became finalized today resulting from action di

rected by USAF headquarters

Headquarters, Caribbean Air Command announced

that by separating these employes it will reduce its civil

ian payroll by the required
cent.
A breakdown of required

U.S. wage board type employes, eight non-U.S. Classifi

cation Act type position employes (general service cate category),
gory), category), 10 U.S. wage board employes and 10 U.S. Classifi Classification
cation Classification Act position employes.

Wage board positions include
skills in the trades and crafts,
while classification type positions
are administrative clerical and
professional.
Last month, USAf headquarters
announced it expected to cut its
civilian payroll by 5 percent with
an anticipated reduction of ap approximately
proximately approximately 20,000 civilian employ
es at its Overseas establishments.
The civilian reduction at Al Albrook
brook Albrook is part of this overall re
duction in force now- taking place
throughout ttbir Fdfetf;-
The conference study also
claimed that to afford a house
priced at $11,450 a family needs
an income of $7,156.
A
ratio of two and one-half to
relation between cost of the bouse
and annual income.
'Deliberate Efforts'
Marr said these recommenda
tions were "deliberate efforts'" to
impair the confidence of Ameri
can lamilies in their ability to
buy homes. He said he did not
know of a private home financing
uigauizauon mat requires an in
come oi $7,156 to finance a home
priced at $11,450.
The league represents a report reported
ed reported 4,300 savings nd loan institu institutions.
tions. institutions. Their main type of invest
ment is residential mortgages.
Marr said the 20 per cent ex
penses-mcome ratio recommended
by the conference "represents an
attempt to introduce a revolution
ary ana auoious theory into Amer American
ican American home financing practices."
Strunk suggested that although
a substantial down payment may
seem burdensome when the home
buyer signs the check, in th lone
run it saves him money.
lne larger the down payment
the lower the mortzaee. Strunfc
pointed out. and the iiehter the
debt, the smaller will be the ac
cumulated interest payments.
In addition, Strunk said, if pros
pective home buyers put hteir
money in a savings institution it
will earn interest until it is used
for the down payment.
Tropical Motors
Sues La Boca Man
For Car Payments
Suit for $611.63 was filed in U S
District Court yesterday by Tro
pical Motors of Panama against
George F. Earle of La Boca.
The auto dealer charges Earle
purchased a iBuick 4-door sedsa
for $472.49 In June 1956. It further
alleges that he is now $362.49 in ar arrears
rears arrears on -his monthly payments
and owes, in addition, $240.14 for
repairs.
Attorney D.A. Leon field the
suit on behalf af TropicaL
Britain Sets
A-Tcst Date
CANBERRA. Australia. Sept 12
(UP) Aa authoritative source dis disclosed
closed disclosed taday that a British atomic
test at Marabnfa baa baaa ached-
alod for Sept. 2.

TO CBtTfl

employes at Albrook Air Foret
notices as reduction in forct
in Washington.
amount, approximately 5 per
separations include 22 non-
Yankee;
9
Don't Go
Home'

Oifoif 600 Japanese. waving red

flags, picketed ttaCS. Air Jwcs ?
base at 'Tacbikawa today in what f
amounted to a fDont .go home.
Yankee" demonstration.
Th pickets, member of t h

lencnuro (National Garrison
Workers Union), staged the dem demonstration
onstration demonstration in protest against the
feared unemployment arising from
the transfer of US- troops from
Japan.
The "Yankee, home" signs
usually displayed in such, dent
onttratiens ware conspicuous by
their absence today.
The pickets, brandishlnr eiant 1

rea nags ana wearing red bead'
bor songs and slogans.
The 48-hour walkout at TairM.
kawa, 10 miles north of Tokyo, is
part of a nationwide protest cam
paign planned by the Zenchuro.
Union leaders fear the withdraw withdrawal
al withdrawal of US security troops from Ja Japan
pan Japan will throw most members out
of work.
The demonstration at Tachika Tachika-wa
wa Tachika-wa was sparked by the issuance)
of dismissal orders to 575 Japa Japanese
nese Japanese employes.
The strike is scheduled' to cad
tomorrow.
Strong Earthquake
In Central America
NEW YORK. Sept. 12 (UP)
A "strong" earthquake was re recorded
corded recorded last night on the Fordhara
University seismograph. Rev. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Lynch, University seismolo seismologist,
gist, seismologist, said the quake occurred a a-bout
bout a-bout 1,760 miles Southeast of New
York, in Central America.
TO SEE IKE President Car.
les Ibanez Dd Campo. of Chiln,
pians to mane a 10-Oay official
visit to the United States be
finning next Dec. 11. The White
House announced that Ibanec
weuia i proa mree uys ui
Washington meeting with the
President. Secretary of State
Dulles and other top govern government
ment government officials before- tounai
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j TEENAGE FADS
i Sir:
Fads fads, fads. 1 would like to know, is it necessary for
TeerfagerV to base their whole life on this word? Or is it the
-ctis all have to be the fad. I think going steady abso-
I lutely ridiculous. And now the mother of two Teenage gins
Bert door tells me the latest fad is to act like the most self self-cSious
cSious self-cSious person alive, I realize pretty girls will be self-consci-
, ou, but they don't all have to act like that.
' These blue jeans the girls wear are disgraceful. Why do
thev wear them? Because everyone else does.
wiey, .T ,.wirtren hecome Teenagers I'm going

A AJiuw wuuuy ,,, ,!,,

to try to toaeh them to De a mue mo ""f""""' ""f""""'-w
w ""f""""'-w m -v Wonderine; Woman.

By VICTOR RIESEL
Scamp followers have given us
our newest profession the art of
attaching one self to a man of pow
er. Out of this comes millions of
dollars in profit from those who
must do business with the Big
Wheel.
This profession is a tieht little

fraternity. The most artiul player

ot tne trade is one Nate 5heier 5heier-jnan,
jnan, 5heier-jnan, the next of the men of wand wandering
ering wandering memories and strong silences
scheduled to appear before Sen Sen-John
John Sen-John McClellan s committee on

Oct. 7.

Shefferman mada lots fun funnies
nies funnies whn ho was last on tha
stand roporting how he bought
silk heso, diapers and gravy
bowls for his Mr. Big, namely
Davo Back. And he seemed cha

grined that ho should b so dis dis-tatti'ully
tatti'ully dis-tatti'ully discussed in the pub pub-tic
tic pub-tic prints.

He seemed startled that anyone
should be surprised by the fact

that he has 300 employes and that

he, as a one-man corporation, paid
out between $1,500,000 and $2,000,-

000 a year in salaries.

His firm. Labor Relations As

soeiates, had some 300 clients

mostly other corporations, some

of wmch dia not net as mucn as

the operation that served them.
Only Shefferman km ws how ma many
ny many millions he netted by fixing
things. But we do have some data
Committee counsel Bob Kennedy
on how he operated. S' has Senate
whose probers have been moving
through the midwest on Sheffer Sheffer-man's
man's Sheffer-man's trail these past six months.
Some time ago the Senate prob
ers arrived in Webster city, Iowa.
There, among the cornhuskers, the
Morton Frozen Food Division of
Continental Baking to. has a plant
which employed 300 workers at

the moment this bit of quixotic

history was made.

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

CURRENT RUMORS

Sir:
I would like to know if there is any truth in the word now
gomg round that there is going to JS
of eleetrical current used in our iM
will be between $1.50 and $3 per month. Is this because or tne
. tv.. ants fin to the lack of rain?

cos

J,th.Tm naying should take

car of this matter, or are they due to be raised too?
I would also like to know why the Cristobal Commy charges
$175 for a 1 inch CBS TV set. while the Balboa Commy charges
$$3!. Both these sets were sale items. ntXL
BRAVE WORDS
Sir:
Me Second Class Indian. Me want to know few things. By
amoilsK meTee that electric bills gonP,nJ
SSnth. Me now mad. Not my fault that Great White Father
m ; let skv water fall. If water low in ditch, make canoes put
no iei saiy wwi i v.va more wamnum than

33 Me "teTBig Chief in Conxion HU1. squaw plenty mad.
tor This present Doctor no help Chief, and no help Brave. It
Chief canPno keep bill, down at brave's expense then only one

thing Chief can ao; give emvc a. e.-.

The United Packinghouse Work
ers Union had previously attempt

ed to unionize the plant. The

company bucked it. The Packing Packinghouse
house Packinghouse Workers finally forced a Na National
tional National Labor Relations Board elec election
tion election and lost. The union vowed to
return in a vear.

Not long after that organizers of

Jim Cross Bakers union arrived.
This time the company was friend friendlier.
lier. friendlier. The Packinghouse Workers
and some Bakers Union organiz organizers
ers organizers plugged away for the favor of
the 300 frozen food workers.
Then there was a minor crisis
in the Bakers' camp. Its three or

ganizers, Merle C. ismitn, raui
Haieler and Gordon Tetrick. had

to go to San Francisco to attend

the (Bakers' national convention

beginning Oct. 23, 1956.

THIS IS NO GAG: Definition of

a labor leader: Hero today, Goon

tomorrow.

iaess.

Sir:

Second Class Indian & Squaw.

LA BOCA PARK

But then came Shefferman. His

people told Cross' union, people

not to worry, tie, bnetierman,

would keen the fight going. One of

his representatives, Chuck Brom Bromley,
ley, Bromley, was given a list of contacts

among the 300 frozen food packers

Bromley met with the subaltern
Bakers' representatives and sug suggested
gested suggested a slate of officers for the

new local wben it was omciaiiy
set up. He even had a choice for

president of the new local. Shef Shef-terman's
terman's Shef-terman's service is nothing if. not
complete.
The Morton Co. then Ignored the
United Packinghouse Workers and
signed with the new Bakers local
without any formal Labor Board

.. . T,.-v wntrmstiiat" rA both entirely correct about election. This tvoe of election is

La. Bvi neln a beautiful site for a park. And oh so convenient designed to give the employes of
-Tbu for whom' Don't forget any park would have to be public, plant a chance to speak for them them-fiot
fiot them-fiot feared In or police-ratrolled to keep certain types out or in selves. They might have chosen

not fenced in or police-ratrolled

Any more brilliant ideas?

Stop 'n' Think

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

Sir:

the iBakers. But it would havl been

nice to let them do so in a demo democratic,
cratic, democratic, secret ballot.
Suddenly a nest contract ap appeared.
peared. appeared. FeW Morton workers
who wore in on the negotiations.
But the now pact was noaly

signed by a company official and

law few more Panama. American mjuw '".r
for almost two months, and don't know what's the matter.
Hate to lose the best little dally published. Maybe I've outUved

my welcome. A "kid" at my age can't change nis ways w iouS

! aa the old eyes hold out and just nas to wnie to .p
i The thought of a depression is passing, as the stock marK
t la dropping every day and things are getting down to tneir
I real value We are hit hard here with the reduction in cm-
llan employes In the Armed Forces. More than 800 at Kelly
! alone, No change in postal rates, and may be able to get m
. my magaxine gifts as soon as I can get new price. Will be
lighter, as I have lost some by death, which I regret.
; Bill Hasklns reaehed Laredo with the cool spell and won't
know the eld burg on aecount of the climate.
; The town was overstocked with ripe fruit last week, and I
get bawled out for getting so much, but I see it's all gone.
My next trip I want to go to Lake Charles, Louisiana and
' ereea the river on that new high bridge, then take the Coast
route to Brownsville and up the rAo Grande to Laedo. wouldn't

; mind going on through Winter Gardens to Dei Rio. it s setuea: a

t new aam aoove uei hio ana more power ana irngauon. At in
vc are getting some good out of our streams, and can use
more.

The change has come at last and we have plenty of cool ; one Goorgo Stuart,unti roemtly
treah air This morning I got up to find a coo 5! (degrees-- S lJJjJ
Boquete wether-and thought I was at home again. org.nii.tion rho Bakers. Ho

Things are cnangmg ao i .. -t7

It is obvious that Shefferman
had set up the local union, worked
up the contract and delivered it
in a pretty parcel.
It is not inconsequential in this
story to realize that Shefferman
had considerable influence in some
Bakers circles because of his in influence
fluence influence with Dave Beck.
Both sides in the baking and
food industries need the Teams

ters. Shefferman was practically
an ex-officio member oft he Team

sters' national executive board. In

deed, both sides needed him.
Ironically, his anti-union activi

never did discourage bis friends m
the Teamsters' hi;h command.
They were always seen with him.
In fact, it helped him get a
client who was fighting a unioniza unionization
tion unionization drive in Washington within
walking distance of the Teamsters'
marble palace.
From this be made a Irving. In
the millions. From the newest profession.

HOT NOTHINGS FROM EV

ERYWHERE: Just as soon as the
press agents unleash England's

baorina with waiter Chiari, the

news photos show him enplaning
with Ava Gardner.i.Gertrude Nie-

sen, the star, and her husband. Al
Greenfield, have reconciled, or so
it says there. ..Tom Ball cables
from Tokyo that he's got a line of

16 Nip pips for the November op opening
ening opening of the Geisha Girl Revue at

Wilbur Clark's Las Vegas Desert

inn, cnoreography by Donn Arden
...Today's Nicky Hilton Item: E-

laine Conte, whoever she is and
who cares?...Todays Conrad Hil

ton item: Uorothy Johnson and dit

to.. .Marion Hargrove the author,
and his wife are again the subject;
of rumors. (What rumors?)

See If I can give you more next week.

Fop Wright

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DEPT. OP GENTLE CORREC CORRECTION:
TION: CORRECTION: Illustrating a dlspatcM In
the Mirror from my friend Cons Constantino
tantino Constantino Brown datlind Istanbul,
was a fetching photo of No Ma Atas.

the Turkish tummy-tossor, whose

name is sneezed "Ateih." (Gei
undheitl Thanks I You'ro Wei

come.) Trw caption said "Actually
billy dancing Is rarely seen In
Turkey." Much as I dlsfiko to dis disagree
agree disagree with a Mirror caption writ

er, I can't lot this one pass. Ever
since Nejla hit the jackpot in the

U.S.A., belly dancing hat Income

Turkey's main industry. You can

not walk a block in Istanbul with

out passing an emporium of the

tummy toss. Indeed, Turkish pa papers
pers papers pged my arrival there with
headlines: "The Man Who Dis Dis-cevemd
cevemd Dis-cevemd Nojla Ats," and took
off all new tf wars, Cyprus,
Communism and tha drop in the
price fhalaveh.
I DONT KNOW I'M ONLY

ASKING: Isn't Edward Abbott.

the dress designer, being paged
tnw a maf in ,Ul apap

ava a fc ui iuatjUllQ JUVllllIlg
star?"...When will the local GOP

stop overlooking its biggest vote

getter, l mean former State Sen

ator Seymour Halpern? (He's the
guy who anticipated the Kefauver

committee by a year, but Albany's
cold feet iced the hottest campaign

issue in decades.). ..If Actor Steve
Cochran is talking marriage with

uemse uarcel, no-come he was m

Hollywood's Billy Cray's Bandbox

two nights running with Pamela

Duncan, of the flicks, and purtv.

too?...Isn't Ted Prager's "Police

Reporter" the best of the year's
newspaper books? It's the tale of

his 40 years as a newshawk and
the exciting stories he covered be before
fore before becoming an asst. city editor
...Did you hear the one about the
gal who waa the belle of the ball
until a magazine tolled on her?
Ouch! (Come home WW.)
DONT GET ME IN THE MID

DLE: Ramon, the Chateau Madrid a staff of three, he covers the en

maitre d' is a genius with the in

genuity he's using to seat visitors
of the (Batista and Prio factions
when they drop in at the same

time, me, i n not that ingenious.
I'm not taking sides in the Cuban

"revolution" because I have

trouble enough of my own. Furth Furthermore.
ermore. Furthermore. I remember Batista's
take over was not exactly Kosher,
to say the least. But I report what
I see and know which, obviously,
is less than the dream-and-think
pieces of Left-Wingers, "Liberals"
and other errand boys of the Reds.
1 don't know if the Cuban "rebels"
are Reds. Or if any of them are,

but I do know, that the Commu Communists
nists Communists are encouraging them, just

as tney would encourage a revo

lution" against these "rebels" if

they should win and become the
80v ernrnent... I've been in Havana

thrice within the past year. I've

read about bombs and gunfire, dui,

haven't seen or heard it. The nignt

club's and casinos operate as usual.
When I was there, whatever disor

der existed (and there was dis disorder)
order) disorder) i was confined to non-tour

ist sections. As I say. I can only

report what I know, i can't make

'em up like some in.y. newspaper newspapermen.
men. newspapermen. YOU'RE NOT HALF AS TDXED
AS I AM: How come some 42nd.
St. and midtown novelty stores
are selling long bladed knives?
Thought there was a crackdown
on this.. .That pretty brunette is
Gloria Curtis, the model, and the
guy she's with is David Tebet, Na Nanette
nette Nanette Fabray's ex...Harry JaaJ.

the Hindu importer, switcnea
from Marilan Hsieh, the lovely
Chinese moneybags, to titian Eliot
Lor, a pin-up model from Boston,
with Montreal antecedents Did
anyone call those cells "Commu "Communists?"
nists?" "Communists?" (Yes,. Art Van Horn did.)
...Meramec Caverns, the Missouri
tourist trap, banned a certain
scandal rag from Its reading room.
The cave is low enough out not
that low!...raglng Nick Kenny:
Sammy Kaye knows a hard-hearted
tunesmith who wrote a song
called "Love Letters in the Cement."

KICK THE GONG AROUND:
Though hampered by a peanut

sized appropriation and less than
300 personnel to comb the whole

world, U.S. Narcotics Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger is a law en

forcement, officer all Americans

can be proud of. He and his dedi

cated men ngnt Diamond's great greatest
est greatest evil on all fronts against stag staggering
gering staggering odds, hindered by politics.
Communists and the bankroll of a
multi -billion-dollar racket. Some
of these brave men who work un under
der under him are my dear friends, Jim
Ryan, the New Yoik supervisor:

Al Aman in Chicago (the man
who busted Murder, Inc.), Roy
Morrison in Washington and Char

lie Siragusa m Rome, where, with

tire Mideast and Europe. Anslin

ger constantly pin-points the ties
between Reds and the Mafia, show showing
ing showing in detail how the mob works

witn tne Communists to flood A
merica with junk. But in Washing

ion, wneu you mention commies

you're considered impolite,

SOMETHING ABOUT THE GALS
(I mean the Ziegieli gals): Len

--aweeuips" Htrausoerg, casting
director of the Follies of '58, lists
his Hall of Female Fame: Brain Brainiest:
iest: Brainiest: Barbara Hall, $64,000 win winner
ner winner and ex-Ziegfeld girl. Sexiest:

scott weioon, soon to be tested by
20th-Fox. Cutest: Christy Logan,
ex-Copacabana girl, .Most .Likely
to Succeed: Shirley Forrest, Latin

quarter jnowgiri, who baa a high
school!. teachinK license. "...Most

Beautiful; Annprake, only Zieg-

ieia gai m two consecutive Follies.
(Is zat so?).- Most Traditional:

Mildred Hughes, now working on
her own act. Len adds: "There

nave been many changes in this
world. Our girls are getting taller,

luveuer ana drainer, (is zat SO?),

WHO SAID B'WAY'S DEAD?
When Jack Silverman moves his
Old Romanian from the lower East

Mde to Broadway in October, he's

going into tne star business, too.
His getaway headliner in the new
$250,000 Room will be Joev Adams.

the literary comic: Long famous
as an "atmosphere club." the Old

Romanian is making a complete
switch with its new move and go going
ing going into the big time in competish
with the Copa and Latin Quarter.
Joey's act will, for the first time,
include his lbvely wife Cindy the
Cindy of "Cindy and r," as well
as double-talker Al Kelly and
dancer Lou Wills, Jr., and a chor chorus
us chorus of 16...TWA-ing to Paris is Shei Sheila
la Sheila Cooper, the "Hit Show Jueen,"
to plug the Paul Tausing Phil
Scbweidel tieup to bring European
weekenders to Gotham. One look
at her and here they come! 1

WASHINGTON They refuse

to be auoted. but some govern

ment doctors believe the Asiatc

flu scare has been exaggerated to

sell commercial vaccine.

Six bin drutt companies are

working triple shifts seven days a
week to meet the tremendous de

mand for vaccine.

Meanwhile, the United Nations'

Dr. Pierre DuPage, has canceled
orders for American vaccine on

the grounds it won't be -needed.
He has told' associates that Asia

tic flu lessens in severity as it
spreads, thereiore the vaccine will

be useless by the time it would

arrive.

Dr. DuPage has probably hand-

. i : T i"l . i

lea more Asiatic iiu cases man any
single doctor. One day alone he

reported zooo new cases at a re

fugee camp at aalbek, Leba

non.-..

American doctors who have been

testing the virus at' Walter Reed

Army Hospital and the National

Institutes of Health are divided in

their opinions.

They agree that the disease has

been comparatively mild. It

causes a miserable, but nonfatal

flash fever that lasts two or three
days.
CAN PREVENT EPIDEMICS
Of 30,000 reported cases in this
country, only six have ended in

death. At least two of these, doc doctors
tors doctors found, were not caused by
the Asiatic flu.

Some government medics agree

with Dr. DuPaae that the virus in

losing its virulence, that the main

effect of the new vaccine will be

to boost the drug companies' pro

ms.

Other doctors insist there is no
way to forecast whether Asiatic
flu will gain or lose virulence this

winter.

They point out the disease is

highly contagious and usually hits

15 to 20 per cent of an infected

community. The vaccine can pre

vent such epidemics, they say.

Six companies are licensed to
produce the vaccine: Merck, Sharp

and Dome: Lederle Labrotories;

Eli Lilly; Pitman-Moore: Nation

al Drug Company;- and rark Da
vis and Co.

The retail price ranges from $6

to $8 a vial, which contains en

ough vaccine for io doses, one

dose should give immunity from

four to six months. The companies
refused to reveal how much of the

purchase price is pocketed as

COLE'S CAPERS

Congressman Sterling "Stubby"

Cole (R N.Y.) is taking care not

to burn his bridges behind him

when he leaves Congress to head
the new International Atomic E-

nergy Agency.
He has been nominated bv Pres

ident Eisenhower for" the. job but

stui must-be 'approved oy the u-

nitea Nations,

After Cole learned he might be

the new world atomic energy czar.

he slipped a rider into the law
which authorizes American parti participation.
cipation. participation. His special sleeper would

permit Americans to count then

time with IAEA toward Federal

retirement benefits.

No other international aeencv of

fers Americans the same deal. Big

gest beneficiary of the Cole rider

would be Cole, himself, who h as

22 years of Congressional service
behind him and doesn't want to

lose out on any benefits.

' Cole also wangled a promise

from House GOP leader Joe Mar Martin
tin Martin to restore his seniority rights

if he should come back to Congrss I

after nis term as IAEA head.

This infuriated Congressman

James Van Zandt (R-Pa.) who is

second in seniority to Cole on the
Congressional atomic "watchdog"
committee. Van Zandt stomped in into
to into Martin's office and protested

loudly.

. MISSING DESKS
Cole has a reputation on Capitol

Hill for nickel nursing. A few
weeks ago, he did just about ev

erything except call' out tbi

to find two missing isdeakd

He claimed to hive purcbVsed

them for his -kids from surlplus
Congressional stock. Surplus stales
are always carefully recorded. but

House Clerk Ralph Roberts c uld
find no record that Cole ever i aid
his $1. ;.
"Stubbv" wrote Roberta av era!

blistering letters, Insisting tht h .'
had paid the $16 and demanding
delivery' of the dsks. Roberta I a-
greed to take Cole's word about fth
$16, but couldn't locate the desMfs;
Finally Roberts offered him tuVo

otner xiesxs, wnicn Cole grudging

if accepieq.

Note: "Stubbv" has alan xrr.

sized his Congressional-privilege

10 gei iree worx none at tne nous
repair shop. A couple years ago, he
ordred House carpenters to '.re.
condition an antioue organ and an

tique cabinet for Mm. v

NEWS NUGGETS v
TELLS OFF IKI Indian.'.

Curly haired Conere.im.n Char.

lie Halleck, No. 2 Republican is
the House, scholded President Ei.

senhower and Attorney General
Brownell to their faces the othr

daytfor appointing New Dealeri
to the Supreme Court.. "The ap
pointments you have made to tha
Supreme Court," snorted Halleck,
"are worse than wa had in tha

New DeaJ .days,", Ike-listened; to-

ENTERPRISING : PROMOTER

During Congress's closing hburs,
Sen. Warern Magnuson (D-Wash.)
rushed through a $2,200,000 ap
propriation for 'an American exhi

mt at Moscow's Gorki Park. This
will be the first American display
the Kremlin has permitted inside
Russia. After the appropriation
was approved, a New York pro pro-moter,
moter, pro-moter, Gottfried Neuberger, walk walked
ed walked into Magnuson's office with a
contract from the Russians auth authorizing
orizing authorizing him to stage the exhibit.
Magnuson Is still trying to find out
who's going to present it, Uncle
Sam or Gottfried Neuberger.
RED CHINA TRAVEL Th. 11

American : students now touring
Red China need not worry about
State Department threats.. True,
their passports may be taken up
temporarily. But in rrint Wi.

sions, the courts have ruled that
an American's right to travel a a-broad
broad a-broad is a constitutional richt

which cannot be denied by bureau bureaucrats.
crats. bureaucrats. Inside fact is that Und.

secretary of State Chri.ti.n Urt.

er didn't want to send the unpre unprecedented
cedented unprecedented tough cable, warning tha
young Americans against going to
China. He was badgered intn.And.

ing it by assistant secretary W.I.

ier nooertson, arcnioe 01 Red Chi China
na China inside the State: Department

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'C Britannlca, Junior Eneycloedtaj
The diamond, the most pre-
cious ot all gems, is also thj
simplest,, for it is composed of
only one element pure carbon
Diamonds are so valuable oe-j
cause of their hardness and their
reflection of light, io addition to!
their beauty. Eighty per cent ofl
all diamond production is wedf
by industry.

ZTPPO MAN LTACTTBDX G COMPACT, BRADFORD, PA.

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watches are the creation of highly special specialized
ized specialized craftsmen, whose skill has been handed
down from father to son. In the course

of manufacturing, each
watch Is subjected to
1100 very severe tests
and is thus of very su superior
perior superior quality.

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CYNTHIA
beautiful interpreter of international
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DESTILAD0RA NACIONAL,
(WOMACK AMERICAN WHISKEY Co.)

FnBlneer ShddIv Division. Corozal. receives a Certificate of

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,d R Clapton, to Col. K. L.

division. Members of the presenting gl-oup, from, left to. right,

the backgroun d are fellow workers of the division wno iurnea

Joseph Deane, 90,
Dies In Hospital,
Burial Tomorrow
Barbadian Joseph Dean, m; died
at the Santo Tomas Hospital Tuejr
day.
The deceased came to the Isth Isthmus
mus Isthmus from Barbados during the
early days of the construction of
the Panama Canal. :
He was a member of the.Barba the.Barba-dian
dian the.Barba-dian Progressive Society.-'
Burial will take place tomorrow.
The body will be taken from the
Santo Tomas; Morgue at; a;30 p.m.
to St. Paul's Church, where funer funeral
al funeral services will be conducted by
Archdeacon Shirley.
He has no known relatives' on
the Isthmus.
Cal-Fancier Plans
To Leaf clong-V
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With. Banished Pet
TRENTON, N,J (UP)- Ralpi
Restuccio, a cat-fancier on the
grand scale, claims life In Tren-.
ton is so intolerable i without his
banished pet that he's going to
leave too.
The 32-year-old former animal
trainer said Leo, a 400-pound lion
he had been keeping at his home,
is now comfortably fixed in an
Alabama city.
r
"I'm moving as quickly as I
can from her," Restuccio said.
"There's no room for Leo here
and there's no room for me ei either."
ther." either." He said Leo would be back with
him in six months "wherever 1
am," indicating he .might settle
in Flonda. m-MM MO was nav-
m.g k l,"i:?f.:
Pm" ion' b? wouid nol
give the exact location.
ordered Restuccio Sept. 3 to exile
th hv S.nt 3d. Np shhnrs
1
were relieved

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Hill the Engineer Chief of USARCARIB, who in turn presents

Sightseeing Trip
ACROSS
I Harbor,
'Maine
4 Tropical plant
5 Musical v
passage i t
4 Italian city
5 Presently
6 Burrowing
animals
, 7 Exterior
8 Applecenters'
9 Prayer book
10 College official
1 1 Pk.vitu
W Exist
13 Sloth
14 Russian city
17 TnvnlvK f
1 S Baltic or 9 Italian poet T
Mcoiw iimh 23 Engine room-
18 Dutch city
worker
18 Small fish
20 Lights
21 Operated
22 Building plots
24 Russian
wolfhound
28 Continent
27 Female rabbit
30 Middle
32 Body organs
14 Acting ruler
35 Cheers
24 Land measure
25 Dregs
26 Russian trade
union rm
27 School
1
punishment

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38 Compass point
37 Eye moisture
39 majesty
41 Males
42 Kind of leader
j-4J Scottish plant
' Going back -.
.81 Electrified
. s particle "A
S3 Spoken
. S3 Italian river
84 Ear (prefix)
38 Paper -h -88
Golf gadgets
17 Yugoslav city
DOWN
I Singing voice
' ,, Region
3 Change
around

Caribbean School Overcomes
Spanish Language Barriers

By SP3 HOWARD KRIEGER
Th fc j j barrier ln
the way of international un-
j ndW Is language
Not only do moyt nations of
the world have their own native
tongue, but usually they have
dialects, drawls and slang with
in me Droaa iimus oi uic mum
I ah (Ann... All ih.sa tVilnara ffin
cl iu"buc. xi vn. wmu
triDuie to neignienmg e lan language
guage language barrier of misunderstand
ing.
Spanish is no exception. In
Latin America, so named be because
cause because of common language ori origins
gins origins among the 19 Hispano Hispano-American
American Hispano-American republics, each coun country
try country has its own basic slang ex expressions
pressions expressions and pet applications
of various Spanish usages in
spite of the fact that thd gram grammar
mar grammar of Latin America Is based
on that promulgated by "the
Royal Academy of Madrid.
These differences ln language
create barriers between peoples
which at first glance might not
seem like much. The ynited
States Army Caribbean School at
Fort Gullck knows that these
minor differences in American
Spanish amount to quite a mole
hill throueh its experience of
nui wruuKU its expencute
teaching VS. Army operational
techniques to Latin
T at n m m .111111
officers and men of the 19 Span Spanish
ish Spanish speaking republics.
Some of the difficulties Incur

red by tne scnooi s iacuuy m n . n
translating daily lesson plansto'EucKinaham rOlOC
Spanish are lack of suitable!

red bv the school's faculty in
technical

lyiKTi5,lent-On-R,in'0ur1-
ack of sUndardlzed rL W.A Qnmanrf

es In usage
definite lack
military terms. To minimize
section cotisS
hsCted meh!X Sficer and eight
civilians, has worked out a pro-

gram wnn enaoiea cm --jlong.timt tsct BUly Wallace be be-'
' be-' S1-,P,L.,rTid'forl leaving oh ber trip, to the

. ,J' : (West Indies next April.
ln the classes. I
Each Thursday afternoon for TheTUbloid Daily Sketch devot devot-about
about devot-about an hour and a half repre-Ud its entire front page to "the
sentattves from the translation! princess, marriage and Billy Wal Wal-sectlon
sectlon Wal-sectlon meet with the chiefs of ilaci'."

Various departments and the
senior officer from each Latin
American country currently en
rolled in the School to work out
the debatable terms and usage

Merit, awarded the division as

1j. xiarruiu, uu, u.o. Army
are: -Mai,' Raymond A. Banks,
out w Witness -the presentation.
Answer to Previous Puzzle
m.
3
NAMES
SNARE
'earn
28 Mineral rocks
43 Greek goddesrj
29 Essential
44 Habitat plant
form
being t
31 Comes in
33 Valleys
38 Dress
46 Sharpen
47 French
novelist
curares'
48 Seth's son
(BiW
50 Posed'
41 King of Crete
42 Bird
which have come up ln the pre preceding
ceding preceding week's translations.
After discussing the question questionable
able questionable terms and phrases, the
opinion of the majority is ac accepted
cepted accepted and added to a growing
list of accepted Spanish usage
which will be adopted in the
School's future English to Span Spanish
ish Spanish translations.
Not only do the translators
hold this meeting, but they have
the most complete Spanish ref reference
erence reference library available to a
U.S. Army school. Combined, the
reference library and weekly
meetings have helpea to bring
about a standardization of ter terminology
minology terminology and phraseology which
contributes directly to inter inter-American
American inter-American understanding and
military preparedness.
If one seriously examines the
old adage that "from little a a-corns
corns a-corns great oaks grow," one,
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through the efforts of the staff,
faculty, and students of the. VS.
Army Caribbean School, it would
not be impossible for a bona-
flde standardization of Spanish
to be achieved throughout the
Western Hemisphere:
Hence the school's motto of
"One for All and AU for One,"
- .v.-,, r in c.

' i)no.!was killed instantly.

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may also be applied to the. lan language
guage language used in the school as well
as the courses taught.
tONDON (UP) Buckingham
y
a London newspaper report tnai
Princess Margaret will marry
'-it Is now believed that Princess
Margaret has decided to marry
'maii MnA ihmt trr hllshB nH to be'

is Mr. Billy Wallace, for years heriments concerning Princess
'constant companion and escort, Igareta romance.

FAftvswoRTH

a safety ward plaque for the U.S. Ajrmy Caribbean Quartermaster Section .to CoJ4 W.vRi
sevmour. third from riKht, Quartermaster, In a: recent ceremony at Fort Amador. Tht

Quartermaster Section hasi received the plaq ue for two consecutive quarters. Quartermaster
personnel looking on are Lt. Col J.N. Hern don, far left, chief of the field service !"divi"
sion; Lt, Col. R W. Hechlnger, second from left, chief of the supply division f J. V. Schoch, Schoch,-second
second Schoch,-second from right, chief of the operations branch, maintenance division; and R. H. Car-,
penter, far right, chief of the maintenance division. VS. Army Photo)

Confi

dentia

Makes

HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 12 (UP) Defense attorney Arthur J. Crowley draped rfret-;1
dom of the press" banners over Confidential jnagazina toriaa' YiS0 -hie
final argument In the six-week criminal libel trial of the publication'. -"; ''
Crowley assumed the courtroom spotlight; yesterday after the prosecution1 con-
eluded its three days of final summation. r: v ::C-;,:t I
The defense is expected to wind up its closing attack tomorrow and then the cats 5
will go to Jhe jury. J : ';. s -'I. 4
"This one of the worst cases of suppression of freedom of ths press 1 have; ever f
seen," Crowley told the jurors yesterday. "This is censorship and censorship-leads to ;

book burning and witch hunts. .,;,' : h 4.
Crowley charged that prosecution of Confidential -was a step toward "booW burn- J'
ing and witch hunts' ( 1 ' VC f
He turned to the jury and angrily said, "the prosecution wants to indulge In cen-

sorship. .. to do your thinking Tor you.-

Mediators Try
To Avcil Strike
UiTnune
'whr Sonf. 12 fUP):
Wal meXaWs-tried today, to
head off a tnreaieeu """"-"-
strike mouaay ui ---
workers. I
Two medorsmFeder.
ai Meaiauu" j :l
crvirP formally entered the dead-
noemtiatinns between t n e
Commumca ion wor
pany Until today, the mediator,
had been on a standby basis.
Both union and company spokes
men expressed nope a
could be reached before the Mon-
5". rf.Hiin. set yesterday
bv the union. But a highly inform
ed sources in Washington saw w
doubted that the walkout could
.. I
CWA president jpsepu
!A ctriir would affect 1 o n g-
distance service in ?t"ic""
Uie uhu'" "j xt Tl.mn.
Maine, Vermont ana i --r
shire woul not be affected if pick picket
et picket lines were set up.
a ctriWp would have little imme
diate effect on local calls
per cent of such service is provid-
were stagea Dy le,c?""" .. -ri..
in eight states yesteroay.
left their jobs tor x U1', "a
.ttp and in Olio.
CU .. .... .ri.
in.. ..M-t waiKOUlI were
bated to rank-and-file dtW"
tion with the progress of contract
negotiations. f
Clothes Ablaze -Young
Professor"
Leaps To Death
ITHACA, N.Y. (UP)-A young
college p r o f e s s o r. his clothes
ablaze? ran frantically along a
riiv ctreet Tuesaay. uir- i-
to his death from, a cree-p"
Ining bridge in a desperate euo
,to end his agony.
41e landed oi

Spanish "Unoisnaiiow waier w iw

Th. victim mm Raurie uavio
Dunlap, 23. who was to -Have be begun
gun begun bis duties next week as as associate
sociate associate professor of radio -television
at Ithaca College. ; :
Dunlap, the soa of a Lehigh
University professor, was cleaning
his motorbike rn the hallway of
the apartment building where he
lived. Fuel from the vehicle some somehow
how somehow ignited his dungarees and T-
shirt. -.- v . x
While doing graduate "wors: we
last two years, Dunlap was en tne
Stiff Of Station WUBH-1V Vm-
bridge. Mass. Previonsly he
worked in WHOC la Alientown.
Pa., his home towa and WIDE
in Biddeford, Maine.
said Guy Eden, the Sketch's po political
litical political correspondent, - -No
other London newspaper car carried
ried carried the report and efiicial at
Buckinghan Palace continued their
practice of ienonnr
State
Mar-

JR.. third from left. G-4. U.S.

Defense Attorney
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'Freedom of
The defense attempted to ridi ridicule
cule ridicule the closing statements by
prosecutor William Rllzl.
, The nrowcotor In a saarirtfl
final to hi Ung' oration chary chary-ad.
ad. chary-ad. that CenfidonMal editors worn
"soW apiiltoil-'pBryeyori'oJfilth
and gossip jtni jeurvys, inform
rt." . ;r.he-:'i. V
. "This was one of the greatest
misrepresentations of evidence
have ever heard in any courtroom
in mv life."-Crowlev. chareed.
"Who is the prosecutor and who
is the attorney general to ten you
what ,you can : and can't read?
They're trying to put the largest
newsstand magazine in the world
out of business."
Crowley accused sUge and mo movie
vie movie producer Paul Gregory of per
juring himself during the trial.
Turning to Gregory, who accus
ed one of the co-defendants, Mrs
Marjorie Meade, of attempting to
"blackmail hint to keep an ar
tide from being published, Crow
ley declared:
' "Gregory was put on the stand
to prejudice the jury and lead
them up a blind alley and what
Gregory said had nothing to do
with the charge of conspiracy. A
Conspiracy existed all right, but not!
among my clients. The conspiracy
Involves Paul Gregory perjuring
himself.
The defense attorney said that
he never had seen a case in which
so much coercion was employed
and charglU "pressure has been
exerted to keep people from testi testifying."
fying." testifying." "I live and work in Hollywood
and I am proud of the communi community,"
ty," community," he said. .
"Unfortunately thoro Is a seg segment
ment segment in Hollywood that hat
liraee to it. And Hoi Hoi-(ywood
(ywood Hoi-(ywood has refused to wood out
..tioicxu'ls and othur. I-
stoad it hai protected thorn."
Ritii concluded the first phase
of his summation with a plea to
the jury not to be lulled into be
lieving smut constituted a public
service.
Reviewing the testimony of sing
er Dorothy Dandridge who em-
haticaliy denied she had been in intimate
timate intimate with bandleader Daniel Ter Terry
ry Terry at Lake Tahoe ss Indicated by
Confidential, Ritzi asked the jury:
"Who are you .going to believe?
Miss Dandridge or this scurvy in informer,
former, informer, Terry?"
"You have hen asked by Crow Crowley
ley Crowley to believe that Confidential
magazine, never struck terror in
the hearts of anyone; that it nev never
er never dragged anyone through the
muck and mire of gossip and
airt."
He pointed out (hat the maga magazine's
zine's magazine's New York attorneys, Albert
De Stefano and D oriel Ross, "la "labored
bored "labored to lull you into believing
that this smut constituted a pub public
lic public service. .'. f"

- FOR YOUR HIGH-BAIL INSIST

alwayj on CANADA

"High-Ball.vilhflul Canada .'Dry
- 1$ Foul-Ball"

Arnw Caribbean, toresentg

) 1
Press' Pitch
I
Y
J'Tht s rotrt havfc n mtr' tin
Dublicv Mrvic thn anfr FrMr
TlciWo u v r -Sift
a-.'ji 1 ''''' ,; a.'- 1 a :-'at?' le..?"
out the trial the" defense tried "to
explain a wayi 1 Conndential's let
ter offerinran anolfnr anil tlfl.x.
000 settlement, to Miss Dandridge,"
4'Thnf lpttur mmvAri vmiM havot
been written if their backs weren't
to the walL" h rharpenY r t
The prosecutor contended that
publisher Robert' Harrison heivef
wnnlrf' hav nitmfA th. .lMr. if
he -had been able to prove -the
truth of the story,' 'What Ddrothy
Dandridge Did in The Woods."-1 T
The defense had pointed out lhat
the apology never was printed in
the magazine and that Confident
tiai was trying to get ;tne settle settle-ment
ment settle-ment back. i ',' I i.-r
mi-: j i J --i. t.: J
nuu uevuieu most vi mm igu-
ment to what he said, were the:
motives of Confidential in printing
expose-type articles. H
He said .."illicit conduct", iwert
the key to the operations of the
puoucauon ana cnargea it vonu vonu-dential
dential vonu-dential and its editors were "'the
self-appointed purveyors, of dirt
and gossip-iq the United States.?,
- "Do wo kayta an opon. aoatort
AM hllMM.MIllllltlfllllt' ll-AlrM,
od-tho' Jury. ; ",v'"Vi i? -?iV
Then he pointed (-codefendants
Fri and : Mariorie Meade. Who
operated Hollywood Research Inc.
as a checking agency for tJpnfi' -(.
dential, and .declared: : k i
a i f ; j : I TT1t J yA
search, Inc., were sewering, in-:
formation mcs ana ionn, oetween
them.. We think we have shown
that these people were sent out ;
here bv Harrison expressly to eol-
lecf from-every" scurvy uiformer;
every bit ei mtn ana airt mat
could be bought."v
... (
Altamira Club ; :j
Sets Deadline !jr
Sr".
set as the deadline date for table
reservations at Club Altamira S
fifth anniversary dance at thetr
Hotel EI Panama on Sept. 21.-" :
Only a limited number oft ables
are available and cuests are. be
ing urged to seture thir,"reserva
tions before the deadlfne d a t e.
Club members are available- at
. i i t.
tne rrencn u calcja. up
day, between 4 and S p.m. to han
dle requests lor tames, f r
The club will begin its anniver-
. KM.;..UU. am Cimil.w .at 11
a.m.- with a, thanksgiving service
at the Calvary Baptist .-Church.
This wiH be followed by a lunch-
eon at the Hotel El Panama at
which Dr. Alfred N. Gerald, .prom .prominent
inent .prominent Panama City physician wiB
deliver a brief talk. :

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OUGHT TO BE IN A MUSEUM-Aad they are.' It
" was moving day for the Cleveland (Ohio) Museum of Nr.tural
History and these characters got out for a breath of fresh air
and wound up in front of the lens of an enterprising camera camera-.;
.; camera-.; man, The "thing, at left, is Terry the Pterodactyl, perched
over the entrance of the new museum He-or maybe it's
she is one of a pair of the flying reptiles at the; $900,000

structure. Oswald, the orangutan, center,' could be accused of
making a monkey out of himself in the new offices. Oswald
uses his seven-foot armspread with dramatic effect. Peeking
Pierre, right, is the nosiest of the. museum inhabitants. The
prehistoric swimming reptile, called a plesiosaur, sticks his
head out of a window to set what's doing out on the 11-acre

grourads of the museum,"

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FOREHAND FASHIONS Shirley Bloomer, left, and Karol
, Fageros held an impromptu fashion show at the West Side
Tennis Club at Forest Hills, N.Y Miss Bloomer wears a dress
of pique cotton with a five-button trim at the bustline. Eye Eyecatching
catching Eyecatching insert panels of nylon net with embroidered rackets
. dress the hemline, Underpants are of matching pique cotton.
, Miss Fageros models a, waffle pique cptton outfit. Bands of
bright trimming accent the bust and hemline with contrast contrasting
ing contrasting color. There is a fancy six-button trim on the bustline.

f, -i lit

Winterha Iters
Nightmare Over

By DICK KLEINER

NEW YORK (NEA) "W
en. rniehtmare." says .Hugo

Winrerhalttr."

rk. nioWmiir he refers to was

th past year m me tecuruiug
as. the Year of the Rockandroll
'And, is .you can see,. Winterhalt
er put it in the past tense. .;
"There's a trend to good music,
"it wonderiul." 4

' U7intrhitfir. as musical dirc-

tor for RCA, as well as an ar--and
ranriuctor of renown

knows whereof he i quoted. He
sees- trends coming and going and
Wft.deliehted to be saying bon

voyage', to this last one.

' .Hugo, a'talUBome maU, has
ikaU kic KMUMlfr, TIOSWk for eight

vssrl HOW something iof" a clatch-

i otrii jmIi awcnrd in the hurly

, burly of the musici business In
that time, .he's arranged and con

ducted the music wr reeoros uiai
havw sold in the tew of millions.

: As a performer,' conducting nis

wn orcheitra, he It presently re represented
presented represented by a lush album called
"The Eves of Love." Each of the

songs n the insidt contains tome

reference to eyes, m aioums,
000 is considered a fine sale; al already.
ready. already. "The Eyes of Leve" has

passea tno ivu,uw mam, wunour

Naw. after. 10 vears, Jerry

Blaine feels that he made the right
decision. And, if you've ever had

a yen 10 sian. a recuru cvuipbh;,
hia story may ,, be of some interest
to you.. ., .:'
In 1947, Blaine, an x-ofchestra
leader,, withdrew $600 from the
bank, quit his $25,00O-a-year job,
rented a atore. on decidedly, un un-fashionable
fashionable un-fashionable Tenth Avenue, and
started Jubilee Records. Bucking
the maior companies is a tough

propoition7'but Blaine cmartly de-

ciaea iu, ppecmuze u imiigs iucj

wereu i recui uing. ,. iuc nc,
firsts some foreign language rec records
ords records and then- he got into rhythm
and blues, which in those years
had yet to become popular.

He formed mstriDuting compa

nies,' secondary labels, recorded
party records like the success successful
ful successful VPardon My Blooper" series
and gradually got to the point
where he was able to record
names like Polly Bergen and Mo Monica
nica Monica Lewis.

Last year be brought out Don

Rondo, who became the compa company's
ny's company's first real smash star. And
sow. what with his albums and his
singles and bis other interests,
here's Blain today:
He owns a $125,000 home, com complete
plete complete with .swimming pooL His
eomnanv. in th firt half tit 1Q?;7

sold 3,000,000 singles' and 150,00o1

aiDums -against the total sales m
1947 of under 1,000,000 records of
all kinds. The Tenth Avenue store
has fiivea wav tn two floors in a

building Jubilee owns. He ias 27
people working for him. v
He thinks, now.- ho made the

right decision.

DICK'S PICKS: Pearl BalUv

ooes rient nv "c-mst Mim nmw

Roulette). Others: "Lins of Wine

(Andy Williams. Cadence): "Who

Are YOU Foolin' Nnw?" Ifinn.l

Owinu, MGM): "Forsakine All

Others" (Don Kanda JnhiWV

nwi iu i jimmy Newman.

Dot): Trivate ProDertv" .(Don

Unior, Roulette): "Your'o Mv

One and Onlv itv i-ir ni.

n, verve): "Leona ( Buddy

Greco. KannV .

Good new album si featuring eal

OCtUStS anvhnriv h

berS the Old davi nrWnrlii War

II) will remember Habn O'Can.

Mil a WDndlrfnl una. mrith Jim.

my Dorsey a band saw ibe's sine-

log mem again, even better than

before, on "Crwi Fvm Viktt

Caterina VaUn aA Kv krnfh.

er. SilVM kra mtm

fine stuff on "ni.Taf Tin." rw.

If 4ii lit ill

Wlnterhalter

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Polly Bergen

goes French with a delightful col

lection, "Mam'seUe Giseie" (Vik).

Hecent above average Classical
piano albums -'Rubinstln, with

Krips -en, rhe Symphony Of the

Air,"play s ait ivoBeethOvBa
certos-in' a' magnificent' collection

(RCA); Gieseking has two albums'

of Grieg's Lyric- Pieces, Angel)!
Camden has issued a collection,

"The Art of Moriz Rosenthal,'.'
featuring the famous pupil of Liszt

who died in '42. (

i Walter Schaef fer of Ne York

i writes: ''When my partner rebld

nis spaaes ior uie inira ume x

isave un tne struggle to piay my

town club suit: If West had been
j willing to take a mpderate prof prof-'
' prof-' it there would be no story but

West chose to double. I knew his

doubles of old and ran out to six
clubs. My partner looked mad
but decided to let me suffer and

passed. East doubled and West

opened "the queen of diamonds
i'l won in dummy, led the sin singleton
gleton singleton club and finessed the ten.
I played the ace of clubs and
West showed out. A successful
spade finesse came next and I
played dummy's ace of spades.
East ruf fed and J overruffed.
Now I was able to pick up East's
trumps' and wt one heart dis

card on dummy's long diamond,

I lost a heart at the finish but

made the doubled slam. Just how

lucky was i?"

Mr Schaefer was very lucky
In that West's singleton diamond

happened to be the queen. The

successful finesses in spades and
clubs ,werent really luck; they
were good play.?

Mr. scnaeier was also lucsy

In finding a nlcd friendly oppo

nent like West to double the ri ridiculous
diculous ridiculous fle-spade contract and
give him a chance to get back

to clubs. j

Finally Mr. Schaefer was lucky

that his partner did not run out
to six no-trump. North was" ob obviously
viously obviously a hand hoe. Such play

ers believe that a five-card suit
in their own hand mult" be bet

ter than a six or seven-card uit

In partner's hand; 4li'!H,t t

Six no trump win make

against any. defense but I doubt

that North would have worked
out the play against a heart
lead. You readers may have

fun working out; the variations.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 19.17

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ISTHMIAN HOSTESSES WILL ENTERTAIN
jStmbem of Finance and budget committee

Isthmian hostesses are getUnf ready ; to nttttUn mem mem-ben
ben mem-ben of the Finance and Budget Committee, whs will. arrive
ir4B,W M.J. Gen. Glen
Canal
rived withe S.S. Cristobal today, and Dr. Isidore Mlk
tame in by Plane to attend the conference. ;

rithh Aid
Concert Tea
- m ..J.. I

u.. t.. Tsli Henderson, wife

el the 'British Ambassador, gave
, tea at the British Embassy on
Tuesday for members of the Brit British
ish British Aid Society.
a Toroe number of ladies were

present and much enjoyed a short

concert at wmcn oww """ "'
tMnti slaved DvorJak's Sonatina

No. 2 on the violin and the ATery
Reverend Dean Mainert J. Peter Peterson
son Peterson aanc English and American

inncs. Mrs. Henderson accompa

nied the piano.
Will Pete
Pirt Lady
The Colon Unit of the Inter A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan Women's Club will g.ve
a tea Sept. 17 at .8:30,. p.m. n
Knm nf Wrs. Mercedes de la

Guardia. wife of the President of

the Republic of Panama.
ColembUn Imbassy
Gives Cocktail Parry
The Ambassador of Colombia
Dr. Rau n. Barrios and Mrs. Ba-

1!

ram..

Armando Boza's
Sexfel
Every
Friday & Saturday

rrios will give an informal cock
tail narty this evening: at the Em

bassy residence in honor of the

Ambassador of Chile Admiral En

rique Lagreie z Ecbeverria and

his wife. .!yyfcy J-
Mr. and Mrs. Raylor ; ;
tfmrm Far Britaf Stay

Mr. and Mrs. RoaeTlyler ot

Barranquilla, Colombia, were &
ver night guests at the flotel El

Panama, on their way back from

Lime. Peru. They will leave for

home this .afternoon.
Mr. Taylor la the store manag manager
er manager of Sears Roebuck of Colom Colombia.1
bia.1 Colombia.1 v :
Miss Bennyeastle Smith
Returns Te Scheel 7
Miss Bonnyeastle, Smith, daugh daughter
ter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price.

and cranddauehter Of Mr. R. K.

Moms, returned to Fairfax Falls,
Va. this week.
She will visit her grandparents
Maj. Gen. and Mrs. Fred Smith
at Hampden, Va. before going
back to school.
Mrs. Joan Astrin,
Daughter Return
To United States
Mrs. Joan Astrin and her daugh

ter Jodie Rae are leaving Satur

day morning for Denver, Col 0.,
where Mrs. Astrin will complete
her senior year at the University
of Colorado School of Nursing.

They will be met in Colorado oy

Mrs. Atrin's husband S-Sgt S. G.

Astrin. ... .

Mrs. Astrin has been visiting ner

REGISTRATION
DANCE CLASSES
Pacific Sid Sept. 14th
Bal. "Y" 9 to 12. x
Atlpntic Side Sept. 17th
Cristobal "Y" 3 to 5
Wx hr. hssons $10.00
Harnett & Dunn
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If EKIY Dl YOOli tlMl

If Ufe'e not worth living
it map be your Liver!
It's a fact! It takes op to two pints
of liver bile a day to keep your
digestive tractintopsnape If your

go out of life. That's when you
need mild gentle Carter's Little
Liver Pills. These famous vege vegetable
table vegetable pills help stimulate the flow
of liver bile. Soon your digestion
starts functioning properly and

ysarenere

parents Mr. and Mrs. R. E,
Forbes of San Juan Place, Ancon
tor the summer. 1
Mrs. George Wales
WJ Be Welcomed
By Navel Officers' Club,
JtjM. George H. Wsles, wife 'of
the new Commandant of the Fif Fifteenth
teenth Fifteenth Naval District, will be wel welcomed
comed welcomed by the Naval 0 1 i i c e r s'
Wives' Club at their' regular
monthly luncheon which is to be
held at 12 o'clock' on Tuesday,
Sept. IT at the Hotel El Panama
in the Salon Washington.
Preceeding the luncheon, the
members and their guests will vis visit
it visit the National Museum, of Pana Panama
ma Panama where they will be v met by
the curator, Dr. Alejandro Mendez
P. Dr. Mendez will give 'a short
informative and : descriptive lec lecture
ture lecture concerning the displays' in
the museum. Members living on
the. West bank will leave the Rod

man Navy Exchange parking lot

by bus promptly at 8:45 a.m

-Those living, on the East bank

will leave the circle at Admiral's

quarters by bus promptly at 10

o'clock?

Members wishing to attend the
luncheon but not the tour m ay
meet 'at the EI Panama in the

Salon Washington at 12 o'clock.

Those members wishing to make

late reservations or cancellations

should call Mrs. D. A. Myers at

Navy number 3508 by noon, won
day, Sept. 16.
Cemmlssary- Msnaer
Leaving Zone
Far Lh Anaales

Mr. and Mxs. E. L. Roades of

New Cristobal will sail on a U U-nited
nited U-nited Fruit Company vessel on
Oct. 1. for Los Angeles where Mr.
Roades has accepted a position.
Mr. Roades has been employed
by the Commissary Division for
fourteen years snd for the n a s t

several years hss been Manager,
of the Gstun Commissary.

-

C?hlWt mrwil Mr mMHWtm ASteZ. l tmi. touthm -if -t wa.i -It. Ufa 1 mV'ii'Ag.

BE-BOP BO PEEP It looks as though this modern "Bo Peep"
has lost more than her sheep, inNorthchapel.' Sussex. England.

Iris Dadswell, 18, figures a bathing suit and a straw bat is the
way to beat the heat as she watches Over father's flock. She's
been a shepherdess for several years, and her usual garb is blue
leans and a blouse.

(Contlnned on, Page

7)

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one f the vear's most lmoortant developmeiits In the Tllm

business In Panami took place yesterday when Mr. Henry I. Dar

lington, representing the BANK organization ana Mr. ran ran-ch
ch ran-ch lrAhrecrn. renresentlne the Central Circuit of Panama, slgn-

ri o Mintrart. for t.hA exhibition of RANK'S new films. Mr. Dar-

ltofton stated that the high quality of the films selected for the

Central circuit wiu assure ms uwuvw' every ouuueoa cum uc
confident that the Panamanian public will enjoy each and every
one of the new films. Mr. Fabrega stated that he. has carefully
analyzed the important group of films that he has acquired for
his Circuit and is convinced that local movie-goers will certainly
appreciate these extraordinary and 'outstanding films.

"LUCHO" is his (hick). Name

BlBaaaaiaaaaBlBBBBleBBMSaBHSfasMSlS
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(if anyone here doesn't know Lucho)
Tf you don't, you should lose no time in dropping into our
delightful 8unday .Brunch Dance.; Also Lucho and his
Conjunto now play one night weekly In the Bella Vista
ioom, where you can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucho's toe-tapping tunes.
If you know his music, youH be glad we reminded you
about that Lucho night.
This week it is tomorrow nisht FRIDAY.

Enjoy yourself
It's cheaper than you think at..

- A Ktrkeby Hotel

Quote Unquote

NASHVILLE, Tenn. P oil C
Chiei Douglas riosse, following the

dynamiting o: inte;,rateu naiue

Cotton School early Tuesday;

. "We've taken about alf that we

can' be expected to take; Those

wno no not in .end to ojwV tbo .v

cn either get out of town or be

subject to immediate arrest," -.

NEW YORK-James CritcHow.

top xiadio Liberation analyst in

Munich. Germany, on the Soviet

jammiDg of the -United Nations

aeoate on Hungary broadcast :

"It indicates the Kremlin's'faar

that the Soviet Donulation mav

learn the truth regarding the bru

tal suppression ot the Hungarian

NEW YORK Formpr President

Trujnany commenting on the state

oj me nauon: i,. y

'We loft the country in such

good shape they (the Republicans)

are na ving 'quite a time wrecKtng

' MOSCOW-- Shelby Tucker, the

young American who attended the
Moscow Youth Festival then went

on io nea enma, on .the other

Americans in tne group:.

"I, think they are incapable of

judging wnat tqey see objecuveiy
Some leaders are unscrupulous

Others are mostly idealistic. But

all are credulous ana willing to
believe the best about everything

uiey are snown.7

CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. A

Witness to the firing of a huge

missue from the Air Force guided
missile test center Tuesday night:
"It seemed to go lmost straight
up. You could see the little trail

Oi are and then it blew to pieoes
like a Roman candle comins

apart.".,. -, ;
LOS ANGELES Mayor Norris
Poulson speculating on the, possi possibility
bility possibility of the Dodsers moving to

Los Angeles now .that Nelson A.

Rockefeller has entered the pic

ture:

"There's a limit to how much

government can spend."

Pope Pius Calls

For Social, Moral

Gag On Radio, TV

VATICAN CITY. Sent 12 (UP)

Pope Pius XII called today for
social and moral censorship of ra

dio, television and movies to pre prevent
vent prevent them from becoming instru

ments ot evu.

tlnless "'"set-laws' and '"moral

safeguards are -imposed en -the
three media "they will restrict the

peoples;,, true, (development i and
weaken ;thejr ,morali,f; ,tbeJope
warned.,;" ,Mt. .'k

The 81-year-old Pontiff discussed

the moral responsibilities of the
three "modern arts" in a 6,000 6,000-word
word 6,000-word encyclical, one of the long longest
est longest issued in his 18-year reign.

He warned botn religious lead

ers and public administrators to

beware of grave dangers "which

can beset Christian faith and mor morals
als morals if the powerful inventions of
motion pictures, radio- and tele television
vision television are perverted by men to
evil uses." i

The Pope condemned the use of

these media by Communist coun countries
tries countries to enslave the minds of their
people through propaganda.

He called, for special ecclesias

tical offices -to be set up in all

countries to coordinate" Roman

Catholic activities in the fields eC

rsdio and television. ..

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"Beyond all doub't nubile admin

istrators are strictly bound to-be
watchful over these modern arts
also," he said. "Nor should they
look on this matter from a politi political
cal political standpoint, but also from that
of public morals...

The encyclical, a solemn form
t Pontifical teaching covering

theological and pastoral problems,
was the 22nd isued by Pope Pius

XII. It recalled an earlier one is issued
sued issued by Pope Pius XI In 1938 deal dealing
ing dealing with the moral responsibilities

of the film industry.

Today's encyclical. signed by

the Pope Sept. 8, said radio and
television as well as movies must
be controlled by moral and reli

gious laws.

Memphis Marine
Goes On Trial y
At Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP) A

22 year old Memphis Marine
goes on trial today on diarges

he failed to report brutality to

irisoners in the naval an station
irii here by a superior Bin-com

missioned officer. v. j

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By CAY NOR MADDOX, :
NEA Fqed and Markets Editor

port r.i.YDE. Me. This is

one of the most beautiful iishing

ports alonj the. Mame coasi.

Sammy' Zwecker wa our host.

A'though a newcomer to ; Maine,
hn h riniie much for the sardine

industry by his williniiness to try
nut new methods and new prod-

udcts.

We watched thousands of silver

herring being pumped out of a

nardine Doat. I O 1 1 o w u uwiuc

sardine boat, followed them
thnncrh learning and trimming,

watched nimble-fingered w om e m
pack them evenly in cans,, saw
oil added and then steamd in a

giant retort.' r

This Port Clyde plant is just

nna of about .40 along the;,C6ast

frnm Portland to Jfiastoort.. ine

Indiana' were the first. Maine ner

ring fishsrmen.' Today Aearly S30,-

000.000 worth of these piumpi. ten

der sardines are snippen. auroyu

the world.

f, "V, 'V- M
ZweckerBicksf-hifct is nwrious

nils, mustard jauce and -tomato

sauce, i While he supervised th

packing f a large miuiary eroer,

he taught us how.ns enjoys jatm

belt. !s. '5: V V v;r- -l.

Sam Zwecker's Sardine Sandwich

(4 sandwiches)
..... ..... U : ; v"-V '
Two cans Maine sardines, 8 slic

es pumpernickel bread, 2 table tablespoons
spoons tablespoons butter or margarine, 1

The elder oenecotion waited for
oppOflunltytj knock. Modern
I kids expect 'It to ring on electric
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y. '. T ..' .-'v')-',. .--ft r.
, Balbee Woman's Club
Holds Opening Tea
Th Balboa Woman's Club held
its, opening tea at the USOJWB
yesterday afternoon,
President Mrs. 'Leona M. Saarl-nen-
greeted thegueats.
' Among those who attended Were
Mesdames Phil Euper, H e l e n
Qulnlan, Edna Plumer, Buth Bour Bourgeois,
geois, Bourgeois, Polly Trail, Emily Bpltpn,
Mary Worley, Ruth Jenkins, Teresa
Luce.' Annie, Zitzmann, tyargaret
Hern, Carmen Edmondson, Rose
Casey, Jo Hughes, Patsy Rty an,
Blanche Schilling, Barbara Schoel,
Evelyn Harrington, Kathryn Meiss Meiss-ner,
ner, Meiss-ner, Edna Howerth, Azie Holger Holger-son,
son, Holger-son, Lois Van Horn, Porothy Al-
len, Evelyn de Cartro, Amelia de
rait -Pnllv' Michaehs,' Helen

Coffey, Katheririe Sellens, Mildred
Mallahn, Marie WeUeV Mary Tia Tia-no,
no, Tia-no, Helen Adler, Else Tamm, Bet Bet-ay
ay Bet-ay Mitchell, Elisabeth Skelton,
Hildegarde Epperson;-; h e J m a
Kruse, Loretta Snodgriass, Celeste
Powell, .Alice Bryon, -Stall-Mta,
Martha Basham, Beatrice Olsen,
Emma Hutchlngsf Ethel ; Oiarlke,
Marian Smith; Ann Sharp Cyril
E, Friedman, Maude H. Clinchard,
Rptnv Ho in k e.

Virginia Whitmore, June Stacy,
n,,th ReilnnH .TlPttp Lanfi.

Gaily O'Brien, Same F. AUert, Abei

wnn.msr Kathleen Fuiton, jiarpa

ra O'Connell, FJornC K j, i p p e r,
Jean Bailey, Elsie Kf. Garcia.
Margaret' Johnston,. Estjien Niska Niska-hn.
hn. Niska-hn. Rose M. Evans. Lena REv-

nen, Rose m. .cvans, ..-

Z:: TKtiV- MirhaVlis.1 Helen Henrietta anaw, x ww,

aggm-jisiBflragsgaar

First Test Of Negro

Disa pj bin tin g to vRe

Politics

publica

ns

WASHINGTON y&:$Z

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in- the' South

perhaps., as

turns Vpcf check of the
first test of PoJl"lsentiment
imong Negroes- since the congres congressional'
sional' congressional' debate the right-to-vote
RepuWicans"-' should be corre, corre,-ipondingly
ipondingly corre,-ipondingly disappointed.
PresidenVEisenhower signed the
vote bill Monday. It was a mUch
rdiluted version of an. Overall civi
rights bill originally Ponsored by
the administration and substantial-

' The test of Negro political Judg Judgement
ement Judgement took 'place in last .month a
'n.....i urn tnri al election. Wll-

lBwUoaa I
iiom. Prnxmire defeated former

Gov. Walter J. Kohler by a lop lopsided
sided lopsided score In a light vote. Kbhler

election was hew two oaya oeiuie

the final congressional voie o o-jti.iii.wiriiti
jti.iii.wiriiti o-jti.iii.wiriiti hut Inn! fter the ad-

' mtni.tratiin' nosition had Deen

'demonstrated.

, Mil..W 9nii and fith wards

are Negro areas. Adlf i E. Steven Steven-'
' Steven-' soft-won S4 per cent of the, and and
' k in.io Prnvmire cot 76

per cent in 1956 Against Republj Republj-.
. Republj-. can Vernon W. Thorns o n, tne
state-widft winner for- governor.
Opnosing Kohler last month. Jor.
the Senates .Proxroire tdok 79 per
cent-of the 2nd and 6th ward Ne Negro
gro Negro vote. Proxmire wonKtate-wide
by 122,000' votes. He did aot need
the Negro vote to.- winJ The politi political
cal political fact,, however, is that Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee Negroes, voted for him almost
.en; Woe. '.i
i i Mod, the Negrtf vole
could be the balance' of -power in

anv industrial state such as, for

Penublicans.

The Arkansa'a ruckui over achobl

imegrauon, now spreawivjc

whit tnroucn we aoum,,oiiei n

irionhnwr .'administration new

imnnrtiimK' in win Nficro i affec-

tLn in 'both sides of the Maspn-

LI1XOU U1DC.

Morn vnt.m would be expected

, VB I

to turn toward thee Republican

Partv r if Eisenhower and v Any.

TTorhrt Rrnwnll: Jr. deal

effectively and promptly with op opposition
position opposition to integration at the state

Tf 6prpssiv ooDosition spreads

from .Arkansas- and develops gen

erally mio a direct cnaueuge iu
the authority of federal courts,
then, so much the greater will be
I the administration's opportunity to

mane some pouucai y mmyu
Negroes everywhere.
It Is a delicate position for the
President.-Jr. X-

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Wants That Morning Quiet

BOn0MSt)rrifcesigti
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ItamTinpii this vur.' In London.

John Cavanagh hoists those on

hi reauons to;iorm M new,,
"hoop-la" silhouette. This black,
pure isilk crepe, dress features
a train-like skirt, looped up to
form i. al, stoje. ; Elbow-length
glpvts and a wide-bnmmed vel- f
vet hat trimmed, in. ostrich,
feathers completes the ensemble.

US Doctors Keeping

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Asian Flu

Campaign Against

Moonshiners Said

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WASHTKGTOTJ rtlPW-The IOV

ornmAtit'i tn mOisn to fitht

moonshiners by drying up their

supplies is reported 'making pro

The internal 'Revenue Service

campaign began' last Maren.

rnmmiuinnnt Hmull C. Har

any industrial state WXmgm reportell'1?ght
example New York, Pennsylvania VIOfatoriiir!r,n,bnng for-such

U"io aim xuinuis. ;s-
Failure of '"Vyisconsin's N e g r o
voters' to 11 yeact favorably, to the
Republican recorjd on civil rights
is therefor'' political. factor of
considerable importance. Especial Especially
ly Especially if it proves to reflect the pc pc-1
1 pc-1 litical attitudes of Negroes in oth-'
er states. 9 "
this importance extends to the
southern states. Eisenhower's sig signature
nature signature en the bob-tailed 1957 -'civil
rights bill committed and empow empowered
ered empowered the Republican administra administration
tion administration to assure the vote to south southern
ern southern Negroes who desire it. To be
disclosed by events is where and
how southern Negroes will confide
their newly-guaranteed franchise.'
They, may infiltrate the southern
. ....... u T a ; -If l a.

uemocrauc rany m an eiiori ig

who" offend them. They may be

come tha cor of an opposiuoo

violators1 ar- -seYambling for-such
items as sugar,' yeait and liquor

coniamess. una m. hub, m
said was higher prices for both

tne insreaienu ana ine unai prv

Iduct. :

annthp1nH'pitiim was that the

Hunftv mItoH fanrttp stills In the

year that ended June 30 than in

tne preceding it monms. xae ier ier-vic
vic ier-vic interperted this to mean that

there -were .tewer smia lor lis

agents to ( grab-v -j

Hut tS -niimhir nf rrell in

creased 11.913 as compared to

11,380 156. n t

BEFORE wives in the habit of

uHtnt hnshandx Bet themselves

off in the morning changes their
routines, they'd better check with
their husbands. 1

a nnmrntl v there are iome men

h,nt fnr that house a one

Ithey get every.morning while their

wives sieep.

nun'! what nn nf .' mv men

readers has to say on the usbject:

"This letter IS in regara 10 ygur
recent column on the subject of
the wife who doesn't get up to
prepare her husband's breakfast
and does not send him off to work
with' a kiss.;.-

Mni f the husbands I know.

mvself included, ornare their

own breakfasts or eat in town

and go to work without tne wile
getting up. WE LIKE IT THAT
WAY.

i JklltB wmj IMJl, hm.ihw M.W
frio hut u huihanrtn niov nr.

rlnria1 nt cilnr Win arnn't wnnlri-

be hermits, but the saking hours

oi xne aay are tne omy noura in

which a fllow doesn't have to do
anything excent take care of the

routine of starting a new day

and enjoy tne suence,

; PIACI AND QUIET

"T WAVtT Until mm nf mv hst

thinking while preparing and eat

ing nreaKiast. n silence, i reaa
the vaors and a couple chapters

of some book I'm going through.

"Maybe we silence lovers are
a tiny minority and you don't
care about a tiny minority. But
please, lady, don't take our cher

ished early-morning peace v n d
quiet away from us.'
I But I do care about a tiny min minority
ority minority that feels so Strongly, fnat's

why i n amenamg me coiunin -coiiraging
wives to start their hus hus-KonH.
KonH. hus-KonH. off with a onaft breakfast.

cherrful smUeV and goodby kiss
to read: f ( ;

"Unless, you happen to be mar mar-riaA
riaA mar-riaA tn man- who treasures the

quiet hours of the morning when

he is tne oniy creature siurui i"
the house." ;

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Imitation may be- the alncer-

bit. Tfirm nr iihi.lki v. uuu iru'

fnnH.i win not appre

ciate your copying ineir ciuuiea

and decorating ideas,1 or aecw

ing that you must nave every

thing .they have.

Besides, the person who Is al always
ways always quick to copy someone eise
soon loses hit own Individuality.

As in previous years,, the report
..M "h rt .hulk of viola-

uemocrauc rany la an eiiori w .. r -- -.

defeat local and national official JlfSr". iJLSwHZ

ern states, which accounteo, lor
96 per 'cent'' of ; all sttUa aeued.

WASHINGTON, Sept., H lUCrr

Assistant Surgeon Generai wu.

liam H.i Stewart
PubUc Health, Service is keeping
a watchful eye o an, .outbreak. M
Asian flu in Louisiana.

He said re la w
whether it would irlggw nation

al epidemic, . v ,.

Louisiana omci
... an oon irmr't. of the

highly .contagious disf In the

state wim, nau. ui iui
.Orleana..r. -,-

ThaPublic Health. Servlc has

tk( an nida.mie miV

u...b. ,f nith th arrival of cool

Uicaiv uu,, n.M. -- it 7 ,1 .

weather. If one doe sian, cwuu

sweep from coast to toast J rem

to six weeKS ana wen mo
4n tvAnaV,j ..v.;t.-s -.'Jf:.

Btewart fold tb United tTtn
that -the service wa keeplng a
closewatcfc on'the frtnsiafia; situ
VZ nf i,. .aMit i little

early, to tell whether this is the

beginning oi tne spreaa : m n
flu around the country."; ; ; -.!
In 1 New Orleans.; Dr,. Andrw

tt.j. Jl.i.tM if tha itate

health, deoasmeni s mcai neann

service, a aid he- expected an up up-surge
surge up-surge ol Asian flu with the open-

Louisiana officials nave reported
that 20,000 of the "state's 60,000

cases are in xangipanoa- ranan
wher -schools dpenettiB: August,
Hedmeg .said, boys', and girl's
state conventions in the state also
have helpedOMtJthe.BHmher ef
flu cases. The gfris convention
was bortened. because f an out

break and,, WJien xney Teturneo
hnm thev aoraad the- flu virus.

Hedmeg said. .-

. He saiar too aiaie ni enouo
vaccine for only 11,000 adult shots.

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St. Louis Club Wins 7th

Game In Last

Milwaukee Keeps Skidding

By MILTON RICHMAN
& NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (UP) Dig those crazy
Cardinals t They're going full speed ahead with pen pen-'
' pen-' mnt plans of their own even though Milwaukee al already
ready already has the official okay to print its World Series
tickets. 1

TJtie way the Card? are rolling
now, the Braves may have to
hmal those ducats, Just as they
dlda year ago.
Freddie Hutchinson's resur resur-Itent
Itent resur-Itent Redblrds have won seven of
theirlart eight and Milwaukee
lead over them has now shrunk
to 4V2 games. What's more, the
Braves begin a three-game se se-jies
jies se-jies with Brooklyn tonight ana
mft.twrfl-piace. u-
rrarse faint pennant hopes
their own.
The Cardinals really did a Job
Philips la.?t nieht in
crushing them. 14-6. for wlr
fourth victory in a row.. They
roufed ex-teammate H a rvcy.
Hadix with a six-run ranv m
the third innine and then scor
ed -six more rum m tne rour-n.
Del Enni chinped In with
Kin. 22nd nd 23rd bomtr of
the camnairn and Wally Moon
belted his 21 "t. Between them.
?Ennis and Moon havf slam slam-'med
'med slam-'med seven homers i" the last
three rami. Herm Wehme'er
ytn the winner lthnuh he
Was relieved in the eirhth,in-
The Dodeers defeated the
rubs 9-1, and" the Pirates beat
th4 Braves: 2-1. in h only oth other
er other N.i. cames scheduled.
gol Marli hurled the Yan Yankee
kee Yankee to a 5-n triumph in he
owner of doubleheader but the
Indians earned a spl!t by taking
the nightcap, 4-1, on Ray Nar-le-jci's
four-hit pitching. The
waitp Pov snored a 4-1 victory
ovF? he Fd Pox in It InnineS,
hirrhv cutting the Yanks' letid
ti sr' ffoniM. Detroit swept a
(tonbleheader from Washinet.on,
3-0. and 12-2, while Kansas City
l'.cked Baltimore. 7-3, in the
opener, then dropped the njght
caD, 6-2.
Southpaw Johnny Podres of
the Dodgers limited the Cubs to
gx hits in achieving his 12th
victory, high-water mark of his
bi? league career. Podres helped
ttli wn cause with three hits.
'ncludlnit a double la a six-run
nnrthinnlne rally. Ernie Banks
hit his 37th homer for Chicago.
Catcher Hank roile s w a s
Pittsburgh's star in its victory
over Milwaukee, hitting a homer
In the third Inning and sing
ling arms the winniner run in
th ninth. Ronnie Kline held
the Braves to six hits in record recording
ing recording his eighth victory while
skuthpa,w Warren spahn, look looking
ing looking for his 20th triumph, was
bsaten for the first time In 10
starts. It was Soahn's ninth d
feat. Andv Pafko homered for
the Braves.
Maglle checked Cleveland "on

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three hits. In. posting his first
AX. victory. A pair of Cleveland
errors helped the Yanks score
two runs off Early Wynn, In the
fourth inning and: they padded
three more off rookie Bob Alex Alexander
ander Alexander in the eighth. It was an
entirely .different story' to the
nightcap, I though, ; as .Warleski
notched his loyn win at the ex ex-nense
nense ex-nense of Bobby Shantn. Chlco
Carrasauel and Gorge Strick
r": -M had two hlts and
drove in a run apiece.
Jim Rivera collected three
hits, stole a base and drove in
what proved to be the win winning
ning winning run- for the White Sox
in the 11th inning against the
Red Sox. After Rivera deliv delivered
ered delivered the tie-breaker, Fred
Hatfield singled home two
more runs. Bill Fischer went
all the way for his ; seventh
win.
Lanky Jim Bunning hit his
first major league homer and
pitched his first major league
shutout in leading the Tigers to
their victory over the Senators
in the opener. Al Kaline also
homered for Detroit. In pe
nighfxap, the Tigers exploded
for nine runs in the seventh in
ning to drop tne senators
the cellar. Frank House helped
ha t.terv-mate Frank Lary to his
mt.h t.riumnh with a two-run
homer in the big seventh.
Ralph Terry's four-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching earned the Athletics their
first victory of the season in
Baltimore in tne nrsi oi w
games, but two-run nomers uy
George Kell ana uus inauuua
gave the Orioles a split in the
icrv.t.on Trim Lehman's score-
less relief Job over the final
4 2-3 innings gave him his slxtn
victory and snapped a five-game
Baltimore losing streak.
Drott First Cub
To Whip Dodgers
In complete Game
rurptcn mvt When rookie
Dick Drott went fli me way iu
pitch the Cubs to a v- vicwiy
over the Dodgers Tue day, it
marked the first time smceJune
2 1956 that a Chicago pitcher
turned in a complete game vie
fnrv nvpr Brooklyn.
In the final 17 games between
th turn rhihs last year, no Cub
hurler went all the way and won
ulthoueh three pitched complete
games 'in losing efforts.
Arrives
Cristobal
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. . Sent, n
....Sept. 28
Oct. S
Arrivaa
Cristobal
....Sept. 16
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....Oct. 7
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EXCAIfTADOR.
ENEMIGA

lAajor League

LEADING BATTERS
(Basad en 350 officUl at btt)j
National. .LMgur,.''-;;.:':.
PUytr and C.
M usual, St. L.
Mays, N. Y.
jtkUuison, Cin.
Groat, Pitts.
Aaron, Mil.
Fondy, PiUs.
Sch'naienst.M.
Furillo, Bk'n
Hodges, Bk'n
Mathews, M4
' GAB R H Pet.
123 470 75 160 .340
140 536 105 178 .332
133 554 00 181 .327
113 454 .56 146 .322
135 556 109 178 .320
101 366 45 117 .320
135 584 86 183 .313
111 367 54 113 .308
136 527 86 159 .302
135 525 103 158 .301
American Laaguo
Williams, Bos. 121 402 $7 151
.376
Mantle. N.Y
135 447 115 165 .369
Woodling, C.
Fox,Clu.
Boyd, Bait.
Sievers, Wash.
Skowron, N.Y.
ivlinoso, Chi.
Kaline, Det.
McDouglad,N.
121 386 66123 .319
138 546 98 173 .317
132 454 67 141 .311
136 508 92 155 .305
121 454 55 138 .304
136 501 87 151 .301
133 512 75 181 .295
131 505 84 149 .295
HOME RUNS
National. Laagua
Aaron, .braves
Banks, Cubs
Sniuer, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
Maihews, Braves
American League
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Williams, Red Sox
Colavito, Indians
Wertz, Indians
Maxwell, Tigers'
40
37
37
32
31
36
34
33
23
23
23
RUNS BATTED IN
National Ltagut
Aaron, Braves
Musial, Cards
Ennis, Cards
Hodges, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
American Ltagua
Sievers, Senators
Jensen, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Minoso, White Sox
Skowron, Yanks
120
97
94
92
92
101
94
91
89
88
PITCHING
(Batad on 11 dtcisions)
W L,
Donovan, White Sox 15 5
Sanford, Phils
Buhl, Braves
Bunning, Tigers 1
Sturdivant, Yanks 1
Pet
.750
.739
.727
.720
.700
Willie, Pastrano 5 .(
Stops rCeo. Peyton
MIAMI BEACH (UP) young
Willie Tastrano i today demanded
a re-match "just as soon as pos possible"
sible" possible" with Roy Harris, and said
he wants a heavyweight title fight
after that
Pastrano, fourth-ranked heavy heavyweight,
weight, heavyweight, won an 8th round TKO
last night over George Peyton of
Houston, Tex., who was a substi substitute
tute substitute for Harris. Pastrano gave
Peyton, a brutal mauling.
But apparently the leal he dis displayed
played displayed against Peyton was in intended
tended intended for Harris, of Cut nd
Shoot, Tex., who was the first
fighter to whip Pastrano in four
years. Harris has to postpone the
return match because he cut his
eye in training.
"r want to get at Harris as soon
as I can," said the Miami Beach
slugger. "Then I want a title
shot."
Referee Jimmy Peerless
stopped the bout at 2:02 of the 8th
round when Peyton'i eyes and his
nose streamed blood from three
gashes one on each eye and one
on tne nose. Pastrano won every
round on all three official score
cards.
WIDI TV COVIRASI
NEW YORK (UP) A record
closed-circuit network of 170 thea
ters in 127 cities with a total seat
ing capacity of 500.000. has been
signed by Theatre Network Tele
vision for the Sept. 23 middle middleweight
weight middleweight chamoionshiD bout between
Sugar Ray Robinson and Carmen
Basilio.
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RATTLE DRES& The protective mask fails to conceal the
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Lake N. Y. The Harlem veteran defends middleweight cham championship
pionship championship against Carmen Basilio at; Yankee Stadium, Sept 23.

MAJOR LEAGUE
Won Lost
Pan American Airways 4 0
European Furniture 3 1
El Rancho 3 1
Lucky Strike 3 1
Fuerza y Luz 1 3
Nehl 1 3
Seymour Agency 13
H. I.. Homa Co. Q 4
tfThe second t ranking Major
Bowling League,- started Its long
winter campaign at Diablo Tues Tuesday"
day" Tuesday" night, and Bill Jamison of
H. I. Homa had the distinction
of rolling the first strike.
--'('?
The '. overall performance of
the league was below par per
team per game around 887, but
out of 24 games rolled only, two
went over the mark. Ne-Hi and
El Rancho had 921 and 911. The
men, had a rough night wlthl
new heavy wood and many of
them ; went home thoroughly
dlseusted -with themselves, in
fact, the honor roll of 525 or
better in this league did not
have a single entry, nor were
there any 600 series.
Paraphrasing that saying' "the
operation was a success but tne
patient died" could apply to tne
opening night, it got off to a
good start but the scores were
low. In other words the major
leaguers did not bowl like ma
jor leaguers this week, but the
grind is a long one. ana tney
will get a chance to live up to
their rating of being the second
highest average league on the
Isthmus.
P.A.A. 4, H. I. Homa
PAA. game total; 784,790,7PJ
Homa 821,838,816.
The Pan American Travelers
got off to a flying start and
right on top with a clean record.
They did It the easy way, with a
2475 series; because the H. I.
Homa just could not get, going
and none ot their games went
over 800. Casclo and Lowande
led their team with a 503 and'
516. Bud Balcer and Les Pahl
came through for the Homas
with 559 and 565. But this was
not enough to carry them
through. '
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.THE TATTERED DRESS"
PAR AISO :1S 7:35
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SANTA CRUZ 7:45
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Semifinal

i

El Rancho 3, Ne HI 1
774,820,921 769,911,815
- Occupying jointly in- second
piace with three others, was El
Rancho who took three from Ne-
Hi. This was the only match
where the teams rolled at least
one game over their entrance
average. Of course the El Ran
cho's were very grateful to N
HI because In the first game they
rolled a 774, and still won only
5 pins. They needed the 921 in
the finale to be awarded the
"TP" point by 2d pins. Chucle
Almeda the old pro led the way
with 582 lor his Ne-Hl and Al
Charters for the El Ranchos
with 519 led his team to victory.
Lucky Strike 3, Fuerza y Lui 1
8P,?,846,877 840,883,840
More pins fell In this match
than in the other encounters.
Lucky Strike Cigarettes had a
2605 and Fuerza y Luz 2563. The
Ltlghts went out for Fuerza y
Luz in all except the second
game, when they overpowered
the Lucky Strikes with an 883
game. Otherwise ft was all Lucky
Strike with Jack Knottek hav having
ing having the high series, high game
for the league with a 584 and
220. He just nosed out Rollie
Glelchman, Fuerza y Luz pride
and joy with a 582.
Enrbpea Furniture 3, Seymour 1
812,887,786 759.847 803
Butch Lane spearheaded the
Europea Furniture Store with a
572 set and three points. Bill
Coffee of Seymour had a 581, but
yet his team took it on the chin
for three points. Also in the
game that Bill threw his best
203 his teammates came up with
a lowly 759 game.
Beeeed Borrowed Bagged
Bowling Bits: Getting ready for
the Major league, Don Rudy
tossed five games on the Diablo
lanes and averaged 226, and yet
on league night, wnat aid Don
average? 155. That what makes
bowlers talk to themselves.
Tuesday night the keglers were
complaining about spins, wnicn
amounted to 156, which sounds
bad, but when you work it out
percentage wise it comes to 13
per cent splits, which Is a little
moe than one spilt per bowler
per game. By the way, the pins
the bowlers ara trying to knock
down jweigh 3 pounds 10 ounces
each. Next Tuesday tne league
will elect their officers and cap
tains for the coming year. For,
winnin the high series mark.
Jack Knottek will ret "free bowl
inrM next week at tne expense
of the leaeue. Butch Lane will
also get a free ride, for high
game. He came In second to Jack
Knottek. but slnee there Is pn-
lv one nrize to a. customer. Butch
cashed in. Jack Voss. secretary
of Pan canal Bowling Assocla
tim rennrta that from all Indi
cations all membership records
will be set this season. yy
today ineanto 35 J5
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Ralph (Richardson In
"SMILEY in Cinemascope!
Warner Baxter In
"slave sear.-,-
Today IDEAL .20 JO
Double In Cinemascope!
" Van Johnson In -U
Paeea To Baker Street
Grnger Rogers la
, TEENAGE REBEL.

Cop First
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Playoffs
NEW YORK, Sept. 12 (VP)
The Kichmona Virginians will send
newcomer Wilson 'arsons against
Buffalo today as they j attempt to
take a commanding two-game lead
in the internationaj. League s semi
final playoffs.
Richmond banged out 15 tits tits-all
all tits-all singles to oeleat the Bisons,
6-3. last nichti In the other tvest-
of even semi-final series,, Miami
upset the pennant-winning Toronto
ibapie Leais, to take a one
game-edge.
Parsons, .who won' three games
without a dexeat in the regular
season for Hichmond, w Hi be
matched ; against' : Buffalo's lett
handed pitenmg ace. Walt Crad-
dock. Craddock was 18-8 lor the
.bisons. Miami is expected to sena
soutnpaw juick Buniter 1 p-lv) a
gainst tne jueaf s ion : jonnson
(17-7), y ) ( t t
Jim Coates, the 1 International
League's sirixe-out leader, went
all uie way tor' tne vees, iimiung
oufiaio to live hits. LuKe Jastei,
the Bison'K big first baseman, nil
two homers, uie second one car
rying 43U ieet. '
Ray Semproch stranded 10 Leafs
on um oase Pauls in giiaud Mia
mi oil anu running iu the play-
aus. vvooay smita oanged a i wo worn
rn worn b4L for the Marlins and
mm f
u.itfVcfc coniriouted
three
hits
The linesoores;; y Ft
SEMIFINAL PLAYOFFS
Richmond 102-002-010 6160
tfultalo 010-010-001 351
Coates and Watlingtin: Cox,
Drews (4;Kume (6), Nagy (8j
and Noble. LP Cox. HRs master,
2. 'yyy,'
Miifni A 020-220-000 6 10
Toronio i OOO-UOO-OOO 0 2
SemprocJi'and 'Bucha; Pearce,
Crimian-1 (4,' Schmitz J6); Blake
(8) and Sti Claire. LP Pearce.
HK Smith," :
About How To Keep
40-Vin Streak Going
Coach Bud Wilkinson of Oklahoma
is worrying more than usual tnis
fall mhout how to keep his 40-
game winning streak going, but
opponents still are worrying more
about trying to end it. A"vy
Wilkinson says nit onense won i
be potent this fall not as potent
as last year anyway and that
he'll have to make up for the lack
of touchdowns by being tougner
on defense. I
Either way. it's a sure bet Okla
homa will be the best of the Mid Midlands
lands Midlands football teams again, and
represent the Big Eight in the
Orange Bowl come Jan.i l.
The Sooners are sparked by
Clendon Thomas, a big rugged
halfback at 6-2. 188 pounds who
hi the nation in scoring with 108
points last fall, and by senior
guard Bill Kriser, a 213-pounder.
Behind Oklahoma probably will
come Colorado, a multiple offense
team with most of the Orange
Bowl champion members return
ing, including standout quarter quarterback
back quarterback Boyd Dowler. Then it should
be a tossup between Kansas,. Mis Missouri,
souri, Missouri, Kansas State and s possibly
Nebraska. v
Coach Chuck Mather is loaded
with returning talent at .- Kansas
and has the conference's top pass
er of last season ta ouarterDacK
Wally Strauch. 'Missouri, under
new coach Frank Broyles, figures
9-nave both the talent and top-
rotcn coaching to cary it along.
Kansas State returni its entire
top two backfields to figure as a
threat.
Nebraska also is under a new
coach, Bill Jennings, an assistant
last year, and mostly will be of
unknown quality until the season
bgins. lows state is switching to
the single wing under Sew coach
Jim Myers, formerly a UCLA as assistant
sistant assistant Myers says the Cyclones
can't possibly figure ia the race
this, season.
Harmony Keynote
Of 38th Annual ;
NBA Conyention
DENVER (UP) Hinnonr was
the keynote of the 38th annual
National Boxing Asia, convention
that ended Tuesday, as controver
sial issues -failed te get. past the
talking stage j
The 104 delegates from the West-
era Hemisphere spent two days
aiscussmg mi Bar aQtlrs, but re
fused to ge toe deeply into issues
inat might often a members from
any particular area.
They did diiedts the possibility
of suspendiag the sUte of Louisi Louisiana
ana Louisiana from the NBA ea grounds the
state had laws prohibiting athletic
events involving Ne rocs and
whites. However, at no time, did
the delegates vote en the issue.
' Abe Greene of Patersoa, N. J
was reelected actional commis commissioner
sioner commissioner onaaimously. Before ad adjournment,
journment, adjournment, the delegates till
Las Vegas, NeV-, for the site si
the i95i sneetiag..

-y editor; ; CONRADO 8ARCEANT

NATIONAL
LEAGUE
Teams
W
Lf Pet.
OB
Milwaukee K
84
54 .609
St. Louis
,80
59 .576
'"4V4
iBrooklyn
73
71
,70
67
55
53'
62
68
.557
.511
.496
7
Cincinnati -Philadelphia-New
York
13
16V4
71'
75
,472
19
Pittsburgh i
85
393 130
Ctycago ;(Kt,
84
.387 30ft
Today' Camas
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N)
. Pittsburgh; at Chicago (2) '
Only games scheduled
Yasttrdav's Results
Pittsburgji !, J 001 000 0012 7
Milwaukee 010 000 0001 6
Kline (-15) and Fciles.
Spahn (19-9) and'Rlce.
Brooklyn. , 002 600 0019 15 ;
Chicago 'r 010 000 0001 6,1
Podres (12-7) and campaneua..:
Rush Y5-14V, Briess. Brosnan. Po
holsky Lown anil. Silvers.
i (Niaht Game)
Philadelphia -000 J21 020 611 1
St. Lours 006 601 01X 14' 15 1
Haddix (10-2k Hearn. Qualters,
Morehead. Meyer. Cardwell ; and
Lopata, Lbnnett.
Wehmeier (9-6), Schmidt,; 'Jer
ritt, Wilhelm and H. Smith.
Only games scheduled
Sports Briefs
TAYLOR RECf IVES HONOR
NEW YORK (UP) Garner W.
(Sec) Taylor,' Des Moines, IoWa,
Register and Tribune sports col columnist
umnist columnist has been named winner of
the third annual Grantland Rice
Award, given each year on Rice's
birthday for an "outstanding ex example
ample example of sports writing in the
Rice tradition." Previous winners
include Fred Russell of the Nash Nashville
ville Nashville Banner and Red Smith of the
New York .Heraldyrribune.
J STILT' UNDER KNIFE
LAWRENCE, Kan. (UP) Wilt
Chamberlain,- All-America basket basketball
ball basketball player from kansas, will un undergo
dergo undergo a tonjilectomy at the Uni University
versity University of Kansas Student Hospital
Sept. 20.; J r
r

i NEAK PREVIEWJicrace Stoneham standslin th owrf'
fmce-at Selu SUdium. San Francuco. -nd Ukes a look at the
t field his Gianta wUl play on next seesoru,.. y

- By OSCAR PRALEY y
BROO KLINE, Mass. -UP)
Frank Bostock, n a d m it t e a
h.-kar" who reacbea UB-Uura
Mniui nt thu U S.. Amateur golf
championship by knocking off for
mer champion lea eisnop, .j
lesson in determination.
Less than four years s go, this
rugged little man from Phoenix,
Anx., listened doubtfully as sev several
eral several friends discused the devilish
intricacies and frightful Hopeless Hopelessness
ness Hopelessness of the game of golf. Finally,
although he had never handled a
club, he had .beard enough.
"I'll bet,"- be said in his quiet
voice, "that I can break 0 within
six months." . .-
A Slteable let
A "auite. sizeable bet was of
fered and accepted. Well within
the six-month deadline, tne iive iive-foot,
foot, iive-foot, five-inch Bostock fired a 77
to. pick up the chips. r
Last June, after cutting out a
67 ea the par 71 Arizona Country
Club course, he decided to break
the marathon low average record.
So the bhie-eyed Bosck played
from '4:35 ajn. until S p.m., avr avr-aged
aged avr-aged 74 for 144 boles, used only
Bins halla na hi 32:. nil trek.
sometimes ran between shots to
avert re each riund Wm one hour
and 39 joiauteSr woreout five ead

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams
,W L
Pet.
Ci
5V4
12
16
20
21
34Mb
35
New York
Chicago
Boston 5
Detroit ..
Cleveland
Baltimore
Kansas City
Washington
88 52
81 ,56
' 75 63
71 67
.629
.591
:543
.514
.486
.478
.380
.377
67
66
52
52
Today's Games
Chicago at (Boston
- Detroit at Washington (N) t
Kansas City at Baltimore (N)
- Only games scheduled
. Yesterday's RtuHa
Cleveland 000 000 0000
New York s: v 000 200 03x 5
Wynn 14-17),, Alexander
Nispn.
Maglle (1-0) and Howard.'
3. 2
7 a
and
' (Night Game)
Cleveland 010 100 1104 9 -1
New York 000 010 000--1 4 2
Narleski (10-5) and Brown.1
JShantz (105), Kucks and How-
T JL." '
Chicago 000 100 000 03JU if 1
Boston -t 000 000 100 00 1 10 0
Fischer (7 7) and Lollar. t i
Nixon (11-11), Fornieles and Da Daley.
ley. Daley. , ,,
(Twilight Game) ;
Detroit 001 100 0104 9 0
Washington 000 000 0000 8 0
Bunning-(18-7) and Porter. -Pascual
(8-14).r Byerly and Ber
beret. v .
N (Night Game) ,
Detroit 000 02 90112 12 t
Washington 000 010 010 2 7 2
Lary (10-16) and House. -Ramos
(11-15), Clevenger. Balck.
Abernathy and Courtney.
(fwillgf Game)
Kansas City 002 020 3007 12 1
IBalUmore J 001 110 0003 4 2
Terry (3-10) and Thompson.
Moore (10-13). Trout. Zuverick
and Ginsberg,
(Night Game)
Kansas. City; 001 000 000 X 8 0
Baltimore mo zw uvx o s o

Gorman (4-91. Aber. Burnetts, i.

Portocarrero and Thompson,
Smith. ..';" t

Walker," Lehmali 6-3) and Trlan-
dos. K
dies snd quit "because one of my
feet was getting a bit tender."
ally is sn athletic marveL In high
school he set aa Arizona state re-
ord by running the 440 in 50 see
onds fist. He was, No. 1 in tennis
his freshman year at Arizona
State (Tempe), a halfback on the
football team, .college lightweight
boxing chamo. track star and
state Tow board AAU diving chaia

pion., ... ', f.-ty ;

Eyes Sml-Pre PootbaTI
Not only that, but this Tear, at
35, he's been working out to play
with the Phoenix Suns, a newly,
organized semi-pro football team.
Ia between nia golf and foot ban. s
Bostock runs a dude ranch at

Scottsdale, Ariz., and has bought -.

up a ghost town at Silvertoa,
CoIo, which he is la the process
of restoring for the tourist trade
aad as a movie location site.

"Each trip between these twe
places takes about 10 hours aad

one speeding ticket," he grins.

But chunky Frsnk doesn't eesw

aider his golf a grinning matter.

"Actually, it's an honor to ba

playing with these fellows, be ex-
nlainMT ariouiilT. "I'm BAt ihmi
good.' being only the second alter.
aate from my district, I'm really
a hacker or, to make it sound
better, a mere duffer.".
I Yet. his deter
Uhining through



'

Simpson, Has

In Little Brown Jug

Y jlif jjARRY CPAYSON-
' DELAWARE,1 0. (NEA) -In
.typical county fair atmosphere,
.Delaware will present on Sept. 1?
the fastest pacer m the world, un un-defeated
defeated un-defeated in his last ?8 starts, and
- odds-on favorite to win the $70,-
000-plus Little Brown Jug.
Torpid, bred and owned by Max
Hochherg, Irvington, N-. ; J attor attorneys
neys attorneys is the attraction. The bay
- colt's 'world record lor two-year-old
pacers, 1:58,. established last
- year on the mile track In Lexing Lexington,
ton, Lexington, Ky., equalled the three-year-old'
mark set by Billy Direct 20
s years ago.
. He' had eight tnps inside of
2:00 this, year, so Joe Neville is
: hardly .sticking out his neck pre predicting
dicting predicting that the current record for
three-year-old pacers on the near-
ly circular half-mile i Delaware
County Fair track, 1:59 3-5, will be
lowered.
' THIS IS THE 11TH running of
the Little Brown Jug at Delaware,
the big, little burg 25 miles from
Columbus and I home of Ohio
' Wesleyan University. v
Attorney Neville, president of the
Little Brown Jug Society and
steward of the four-day Grand Cir Circuit
cuit Circuit meeting, has made his big
number the pacing counterpart of
. the trotting' Hambletonian Stake
despite the fact that it is run on
a half-mile strip.
V- With Torpid, which he developed
and trains, 36-ycar old Johnny
Simpson figures' to become the
lirst driver to win in one year
both the Hambletonian and Little
Brown Jug, to most people em emblematic
blematic emblematic of trotting and pacing
supremacy at three. You have to
pilot good horses' to do that and
' Lawrence i Shepherd's Hickory
; Smoke wai Simpson's strong hand
Mn the Hambletonian at DuQuoin,
'
vlt -'war-the hackcountry interest
In gaited horses that put them ov

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"Y't-' 'iWimmi v' 1 -' A'" "til
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1

QUITE UNLIKELY Torpid appears i rather like his

rninre lookina over tfie Held
Simpson keep sharp eye on
America's most beatuful boss
track, this one devoted to increas increasingly
ingly increasingly popular harness racing un under
der under the lights, is the new Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Hicewiv on Lone Island.
There the first horse races on thisl
continent north of Mexico were
run in 1665. r
' That the colorful raceway is so
beguiling and so glamorous traces
pot so much to the $20 million
spenf m the plant, but the way
ihe money was used by Arthur
Froelich. architect and builder. He
' created a dream track, a work of
- art.1 His next effort will be the
new track at Aaueduct.
; If the Dodgers move to Los An-
geles, Froelich, who has his Head Headquarters
quarters Headquarters in Beverly Hills, very
likely will be chosen to construct
that new stadium in the Chavezz
' ravine where there will be 3fi0 a-
. cres to play around with, 60 more
'. than he had at his command at
Westbury, L. I. -
M have seme' new ideas abeut
r kN hHci," said Froelich at ttw
',. recewer last night. "Vajor league
, clubs, whether in aid r new
, plants, viH heve to ravlse their
eellinfl ideas. radically, ,er surfer
i tho cemequences.
"Baseball no longer can offer
anediocre accommodations and out outmoded
moded outmoded 'arenas in poorly located
areas. .
WILL HAVE -IVERYTHIN8
.'"The ball carls cf the immedi-
V ate futur will have lounges, it
, will have dining 1 acuities, it will
hive ample parking space with
valet service such as we oficr'
here and at our flat racing plants
or eUe. t
"Especially in this age of tele-,
vision, with closed circuit just a-'

Dan Daniel

Torpid

er, so tremendously in" the larger
centers. Acrowa oi arouna w.uuu
crowd the rails encircling Dela Delaware's
ware's Delaware's clay track.
YEARS AGO PACERS WERE
regarded with something less than
wild enthusiasm. They were look looked
ed looked upon as nothing more than
ctonriorri nf the. regard in .which
sidewheelers are held, they -are
more popular tnan irouers. aooui
two-thirds of the races at mutuel
tracks are for pacers. The bet bettors
tors bettors prefer them.- They wear hob
bles, you see, ..and doc't break as
frequently as trotters.
From Delaware, th sidewheel sidewheelers
ers sidewheelers so called because they re resemble
semble resemble sidewheelmg paddle boats
in thoir first- one side and then the
other gait w go to The Poplar Hill
Farm Kace on me mne exmsiuu
track, Oct 3. This event is impor important
tant important for breeding' purposes. Then
there is a final $100,000 race, The
Messenger, for the three-year-old
pacers at the iabulous new Roose Roose-vM
vM Roose-vM nriwav at Old Westbury,
Long Island, Oct. 25.
wuat'iittle COMPETITION!
Torpid, son oMCnight Dream-Tor-i
resdaie,, gets in ine wine ioruwu
Jug is expected to be provided by
iAinc irvni-oca trainer! and driven
by Little Joe O'Brien -and which
was owned by tne late &oi camp
of California, Newport Judy, a fil-
1 .nJ KTnuihnrt All tll WHIlprtV
of Octave Blake, president of the
Grand Circuit, must as given
some consideration.
i
There were 7 entries and a $500
starting fee is required. Just how
manv will rieririft to tackle'Torpid
is problematical, but a lot of
inmgs can iiayFeu m '"
horse race, so Joe Neville doesn t
anticipate any : shortage of start
ers
And by now starting a first class
pacer in the Little Brown Jug is
the thing to do.
.1
J
in (he LJttle Brown Juc.ohjiny
his world record-holding pacerj
round the corner, the ball clubs
cannot continue to challenge fans
to accent low-erade surroundines
and parking facilities not Under
the fm mediate direction of the
baseball managements. -"My
plans for e baseball sta
dium include a vast soda (Fountain
catering particularly te children
and their mothers," Freelich con
tinued. "How much longer c e n
our clubs contintM to ignore this
side of their patronage, which will
hay te grew tremendously if the
sports is to continue.
"Ball parks which lack first first-class
class first-class facilities for dining will have
to be rebuilt. Along with these re
vision msst come more modern
notions of box-office returns.
"Now, about Walter O'M alley's
plans for as all weather domed
stadium. That type of stadium
would not do for Los Angeles, nor
even for San Francisco. And I
doubt if it would prove successful
in the East. Baseball is a game
for the outdoors. How would you
like to see the Yankees play here
in an enlarge Madison Square
Garden? V The atmosphere would
be alien to baseball and to foot football,
ball, football, as wett. ;; ; ;
- BIGGER PARKING' LOTS
"Ball club. notions of the park parking
ing parking problem are far behind the
times.
."On May 30, 33,000 cars were
parked at tie Hollywood T a r k
race track. Santa Anita had held
the old record with 31.000.
- "Cars are parked quickly and
they ere sent en thoir way almost
es fast," Freelich concluded.
The fori lows Roosevelt R e c e
way drawing an vrgo of 30-
000 par night, with e high of SO,-

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Too BusY Thinking Of Hitters

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tt was
ou sstSSmoeiaviltvl
the last of the 12th inning and Stan
Musiai, wno naa aouoiea, came
down-toward third base cautiously
Win-on Snnhn ctrtrhed. looked
back at him, then pitched to.Rip
HepuisKj. -'RennlsVl
hit a liner down the
third base line. Eddie Mathews
went for Jt, but the ball kicked
ntt Mm vlnva a nil Mutial came
thirA and cpnred. The Car
dinals won, 2-1, and Spahn, who
had given .up only live nits ana
two walks, ana bad no mtting py
his own team to dbck mm up,
ua11rH nff ihm mniinH in tears.
Milwaukee had lost the 1956 pen
nant. -a :
When you look back at this and
thn wateh Warrpn snann mien
this season, only one word comes
to mma. .frazessioaai.
With Snahn. there Was no all-
Itlintpr hvKtprin about whv the
sama uim Inst and his 20 victories
went down the drain. There was
alk uihethfr at 3B held over
get another chance. He went nome
w.rtehnrne -Tlkia.. tooic care oi
himself as usual, came back this
year and placidly pitcnea tnrougn
the National League until, at
hnnt th time ha won Bin lstn
game as against 8 losses, his club
apparently baa won tne race.
There had been disaDDointment.
nlpntv of it. But 'hat belonged to
last year as Spahn opened tnis
season oy giving tne cuds one run
as his club started toward a pro
bable pennant.
"Cannier' Manager Fred Han
aairt oi, tllVht "Dfl VOU knOW Of
all the Ouestions I've been asked
h v,ir that' tne one i never
har9 There isn't anvthmaT I can
tell you about Watren. He pitches
and tnere S no commouon. ne
wins, that s all.
"He is the kind of adult you
want around. He-doesn't need any-
hndv'a arm around him or a lot
of conferences or advice. Go
thrnnsh an entire season with him
and you don't have to say more
than hello and ne sun gets you
the 20."
WUh tika. tt alwav ha hen
this way. He is a winning pitcher
you never near anyinmg sdoui.
Whm rinn Nfvramhe haf a run
of bad games or an Eddie Ford
ha arm trouble tt is news, inev
ell about somebody's spitter iff
wins. -
SOe'end a handle ef S2.3St.0M la
Me the reasons fer.O'Malley's
west word leek. 1
The' trotters both at Westbury
mnA Vnnkera where a new track
is being built, are big. menaces to
local baseball gates alter oarx.
The trotters a "4 thoroughbreds
in lremenrfoua advantasea via
the mutuel. windows. The chance
to bet is a most powerful allure
and with the betting comes a bie
hit nr ihe atate treasurv. and
though that, atate aid in the con
struction of new tracks and tne
refurbishinga of eld ones.

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i. Knihn fiffurpiTin none of this.
(But he had a bad knee in 1955
and 'it bothered his pitching. He
had a 17-14 record and even after
an operation he found he needed
another pitch, so he went to work
and came up with a screwball.
There was no noise about it. If it
were somebody else, it would
have been a big thing.
To Spahn, pitching baseball is
a quiet, colorless business that de demands
mands demands too much from you to al allow
low allow time for big talking. He spoke
of this one night this season.
"Vmnhav'e to concentrate. You
got to think it out.' A batter gets
1
why
laid every

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hlt v
To Spahn' way of talking about
himself, that's all there is to it.
nuf tA a hatf-or. -hA in a crrnrpful
hook nosed guy who almost al
Ways geis a piece ui uie pmic
a'pkch wWc" can" V
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and witn
whacked easily
-"No noise,"; Fred Haney says.
"Just winning games. I kind of
like it.
"I think Spahn does, too."
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Sport; Briefs
TV BOUT APPROVED x
NEW YORK (UP) The New
York State Athletic Commission
has approved a 10-rqund pout oe-
tween Charley living) wnum
Toledo, Ohio,, and Garnet (Sugar)
::r, rt5l,r.rgr Nrcho
' ;"r ;j:u .law
1 a-anextonday nig.
close to 150 pounds for the TV
bout.
SUGAR BOWL TO NBC
NEW YORK (UP)-Th National
Cn has siened a
veeaV contract for exclusive
television and radio coverage o
television and radio coverage o
the Sugar Bowl football game
each New Year's Day at New Or Or-eans.!
eans.! Or-eans.! The new contract goes into
effect beginning with .the 1958
game.-

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FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dry
is Foul-Ball"

By BEANS REARDON
Writtti for NEA Service

QDHSTION: On a foul pop close

to cither first or third bases, W
the TQr.clr-obliged to lcavo Us to-,
sition 111 order to g.ve the fielJer
room or can he stay put?Geoig

urn.

Answer; he has to jtt put r ;
tit way. ; ,f
Q. I've read where certain urn-1'
pires. have their own ivies ibrojfrj
what constitutes cause for throw- w
iiir a u f'pr ouL o the lame. Is

le.al?.--; Joe Conroy.

I Being Iiu iu. Ihcy &o. But
all these qutrke are based in one
fact making the unni: t look bd,
'or ne reason. Tne irst way 1
ott an Umpire down c yon is
face the Stands or television'''' 3
cameras then start snuawkinfl. -"'

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C -(NEA)'
r'o 1-wer than 1 Univer-lty ofrt
?'-rT C-re'ina f ?-"'! r'"V'r.n
are -marr'ad. ,,-..
even Tar Heels bee"-- I'e-,,
diets' since last season, They erf
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER T 1 ' t THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 195
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE -2-0740
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Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-U73.

FOSTERS COTTAGES and lirga
bueh bousa, ona mil part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phona Balboa 1866.

Baldwin' furnhihsd apartmanta
at Santa Clara Beach. Talaphona
Smith, Balboa 3681.

AGAIN raiarvation available at
Shrapnal's, Santa Clara Baach.
Phona Thompson, Balboa 1 772.

Rooms

ATTENTION, a 1.1 Just built
modern furniihad apartmsots, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama i-4941.

FOR RENT: Cool furnished
apartment to couple without
without children, $65.00. Via
Porras No. 120, beside Roosevelt
Theatre. Overlooking SAS Com Commissary.
missary. Commissary. Phona 3-5024.'

FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room in best residential section.
Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
No. 13.

Houses

FOR RENT: Furnished house,
living-dining room, 2 bedrooms
with bathrooms, maid's room,
large interior porch, kitchen,
wash rubs, yard and closed ga garage.
rage. garage. Contract for a year, $170
monthly. Phone 3-1105.

Properly Disposal
Announces 2 Sales
Of Surplus Hems
The property disposal office to
rfav announced' two sales of sur

nine itma Sent. 23 and Oct. 28

both beginning at B a.m. in

Building 706, Corozal.

On tale Sept. 23 are typewrit typewriters,
ers, typewriters, men's overcoats, duplicating
machines, telegraph and multicou multicou-pler
pler multicou-pler switchboard, electric bghting

equipment, poname gas anven
generators, air conditioning units,
radio sets, receivers and transmit transmitters
ters transmitters and other valuable items.
The Oct. 18 gal will offer auto auto-mobllt
mobllt auto-mobllt sedans, pick-up and utility
trucks, and eargo trailer located
throughout. Central and Sout Amer America.
ica. America.
Tb.oat Interested fat purchasing

any of thesa aurplus goods are re required
quired required to submit sealed bids in
quadruplicate. The bids will be re received
ceived received until th hour of the re respective
spective respective Bales'.

FOR RENT: Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment at El Cangrejo,
Alberto Navarro street No. 48.
Two bedrooms, living room, din dinning
ning dinning room, bathroom, kitchen,
balcony all around, maid's room
with bathroom and garage. Phone
2-2883.

FOR RENT: Specious two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment; 10 Street No.
3, San Francisco Caleta. Tel 3-
1637.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.
ment. apartment. Screened military inipec inipec-ed,
ed, inipec-ed, one and two bedroom. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row No. 36.

FOR RENT: Cool three bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment with two main
bathrooms, kitchen, two large
porches, living room, dining dining-room,
room, dining-room, dry closets, garage, laun laundry,
dry, laundry, etc. Second floor, apartment
completely tiled and 'screened.
Centrally located in Bella Vista.
Reasonable rent. Phone 3-0763
or 2-0027.

FOR SALE: I bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with stove and refrigerator.
Phone 2-2922, Balboa.

FOR RENT: Very cool furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedrooms apartment, sea
view, play area for children.
Reasonable rent. Phone 3-5024.

Commercial Sites

FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compania do Segure building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.

2 Albrook Musical
Groups To Appear
On CFN-TV Friday
Two musical aggregations from
Albrook Air Force Base will an an-pfar
pfar an-pfar on CFN-TV'a Armed Fonts
hgur program tomorrow afternoon
at 3:15 oclock in a special salute
tcj the United States Air Force on
the occasion of its 50th anniversa anniversary
ry anniversary being celebrated this year.
Tie two groups, the Dixiecats and
ttye Velvatones, will join other
amgers and dancers in rounding
opt the special production.
Arranged through the coopera cooperation
tion cooperation of the 776th Air Force band
aad the information services offi

cer, Caribbean Air .Command, the

program is one of a series CFN CFN-TV
TV CFN-TV has. been featuring since the

beginning of this year to com

memorate the "Golden" anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of the Air Force. Other pro programs
grams programs marking the occasion are

scheduled during the remainder of

1957.

ST i

A witty ana fascinating ac account
count account of the travel of a young
American couple to remote and

strange parts ; of the world Is

ioia Dy w. K. Zinsser m "Any

Old Place With You," one of the

books placed In circulation this

weeK by the canal zone Library.

The story starts with their

honeymoon, trip to Africa and

continues wiui an account oi
their travels through Cambo Cambodian
dian Cambodian jungle and the Far East.
Their adventures are not on only
ly only amusing but are told with a
wealth of fascinating detail that
might have escaped all but
Zinsser's practiced reporter's
eye.
The titles and authors of the

books announced by the Libra

ry this week follow:
NON-FICTION: The Art of

Being Happily Married, Mau Mau-rols;
rols; Mau-rols; Farmer in a Business Suit.

Davis; Agriculture in Haiti,

Holly; Vastness of theSea, Gor Gor-sky;
sky; Gor-sky; Essays in Literary Criti Criticisms,
cisms, Criticisms, Santayana; Man Against
Woman, Neider; Fable, Fact and
History, Thornton; Any Old
Place with You, Zinsser; Laugh Laughter
ter Laughter is a Wonderful Thing,
Brown; All Out of Step, Lam Lambert;
bert; Lambert; Virginia Woolf and Lytton
Strachey Letters, Woolf; From
the Tablets of Sumer. Kramer:

History of U.S. Naval Operations
in World War II, Morison; The
Hungarian Revolution, Mikes;
Quest for a Continent, Sullivan.
FICTION The Tiger Among
Us, Brackett; Washington Whis Whispers
pers Whispers Murder, Brown; Winter's
Love, L'Engle; Jack London's
Tales of Adventure, London;
Love me Little, Vail; The Com Complete
plete Complete Works of Nathaniel West,
West; Murder on Delivery, Wln Wln-chell.
chell. Wln-chell. CHILDREN'S BOOKS Mad

eline's Rescue. Bemelmans; The
Bears on Hemlock Mountain,

Dalgliesh; The Happy Lion in

Africa, Fatio; Hester and the
Gnomes. Hunt; Janle, Ladd;
Listen my Heart, Turngren; The
Witchcraft of Salem Village,

acfcson; Animals of the Bible

Resorts Apartments

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5r.vH.VT.. 8 'e.! MORBISOliJ 4th of July Ave. A J St e) LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tlvolt No. 4 FARMAC1A KS1ADOS UNIDOS 149 Central Ave
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenne HnilSEHOl.n rxrniinr.i i ir. ,i. . j, tiwn nnmv a.. a., n a parmACIA

VAN-DEB-JIS SO Street No. m i e) PARMACLA Et RATtlRRO Parou Lefavte 1 Street m. PABMACIA "SAI '-Vla Porras 111 NOVEDADEB ATH1S -. Besldr

the Bella Vista Theatre.

Automobiles j

FOR SALE 957 Fairlana 500,
radio, safety-pack wsw 4-door,
town Victoria, low mileage. Good'
price. 249-A Qatun. Tel. 5-362.

FOR SALE: r- 1953 Pontiac
coupe Custom Catalina, clean
inside and out. Excellent buy
$850. Qtrs. 120 Albrook 86 86-4245.

FOR SALE: 1952 Bulck Rivie Riviera,
ra, Riviera, power windows, radio. Dy Dy-naflow.
naflow. Dy-naflow. Excellent tires, paint.
Call 6-206.

FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
4-door sedan with powerglide
transmission, must sell inmedia inmedia-tely
tely inmedia-tely to highest offer for owner.
Telephone Balboa 2-1515.

FOR SALE: 1950 4-door Pack Packard.
ard. Packard. New rubber, good transpor transpor-ration.
ration. transpor-ration. Reasonable 4rics). Call
Navy. Pacific 3016.

FOR SALE: Ford V-8, four
doors, mechanical shift, 1952,
Canal Zone far, excellent con condition
dition condition $200 down, $625 total.
El Panama Hotel garage, Mr.
Marcos.

FOR SALE: Ford Fairlana 500
Victoria 245 H.P. radio, heater,
ww, two tone $3200.00 Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile $2575.00, Phone 08 08-967
967 08-967 after 5 p.m. 07-450.

GPS

leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
i
155 Central Ave.

MISCELANEOUS

. FOR SALE: Harvard Classics,
51 VoU.,1 eesy payment plan.
Colliers Encyclopedia, down pay payment
ment payment plan. LM, Box 3100 Pa--
' name.

FOR SALE: Prince electric
portable sewing machine with
Necchi motor, $65.00, Phone 3-5236.

FOR SALE: Golf clubs, factory
new. 50 off list price. Set of 5
matched iron (men's) : Nos. 3-5-6-7-9.
Tel. Panama 2-3033.

FOR SALE: Bedroom and din dining
ing dining room set,, household articles,
Las Cruces street. No. 746, Bal-
;;- boa,7'-.. ''

FOR SALE: Entire household
furniture, Call 3-6286 after
5:00 p.niv .. ; ir',.
" ..

FOR SALE: GE television, 25 25-60
60 25-60 tycle console, Bamboo draw
drapes, electric sweeper, 4 piece
silver tea set. Kodak projector
for slides. Deep fry, miscel miscellaneous.
laneous. miscellaneous. 5185-A Diablo.

FOR SALE: Overstuffed couch
- and chair with slip covers. $40.
'i Call Fort Clayton 3283".

Home Articles ) :SERV;CI;S

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "AS DIABLO
;B0X 121 1, CRISTOBAL, XX.

3-minute car wash $1, steam'
.cleaning of motor: $5, waxing of
cart $S. Auto-Bafto, jrans-lsth-'
mian Highway near Sears.

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Hi the best In T.V; and electro electro-hie
hie electro-hie 'repairs, telephone: Panama
3-7607 ,U, S. Television.

The beat dlnnor ttnd drinka
'r served In our modern air-?
conaifioneo cafeteria, grill and
bar. Hotel Internacional "Pla "Plait
it "Plait S da Mayo. '.,

FOR SALE: Metal dresser,
dining fable, tingle bead, 8026 8026-C,
C, 8026-C, Margarita.

Dogs

FOR SALE: Field trail champion
plus obedience, AKC registered
male, 4 year old Weimaraner.
Call 84-6263 or 84-6119 for
interview. .- ; .".: "...' '?..!'

TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packera Shippara Movara

Phones 4-245 1 ,'2-256? ..

.-Uam Riding at'-
Panama riding school
Riding Br Jumping Classes daily
I ts J .m. Phone 2-2451
or by appointment.

LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM KIDQE
General Attent
Gibraltar I .He Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel. Panama S-0552

DITTO DOES DITTO When Dr. Bill Ditto, right, a Greensboro, N.C.,-orthodontist,rbrbke hit
, leg, his father, H. Y. Ditto, of Charlotte, N.C arrived to help out while Bill was confined to bed.
- Pad PrompUy broke his ankle when he slipped on a curb. Now Ditto lies in a hospital bed, hit
leg- in a east Hia ton lies beside him, ditto. Th is is the first time the elder Ditto has dittoed the

i jvuagar unto, ncrwwote iiiu s experiences nave louowed the pattern set by hitfather.

DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap. Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all information
Call 2-1751.

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PANAMA COLON

Best foot forward. Elmer Med Med-ia
ia Med-ia of New Vork ponders his

Nosinr out his opponent? Kal Kalian
ian Kalian Farkaa of Milwaukee

Through smoke screen,". Kurt
Loening of Columbus, Ohio,
atnrilM next move.

Batea Classes
Begin Thursday
At. Balboa JWB
The opportunity to create artis artistic
tic artistic gifts, well in advance of the
Christmas season, will be offered
Thursday evening at 7:30 at the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center.
Under the direction of Arthur
Mokray, a new series of classes
in batea decorating will get underway.

riia4entei r mxrwtA in aniifri

Lathrop; The Earth Satellite. Lei themselves with tracing paper and

FLORIDA

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CUBA Vv5

CUBA ON THE FIRST BOUNCE Diagram above illustrates working principle of a revolu revolutionary
tionary revolutionary new TV broadcasting technique permitting program to be broadcast 185 miles, non-stop,
from the U.S. to Cuba. It hinges on new-type sending stations, whose completion has just been
announced by the American Telephone and Telegruph Co. Stations are set up at Florida City, 30
miles south of Miami and Guana bo, Cuba. 10 miles from Havana. Unless 'booster" stations are
used, conventional broadcasting ir limited to a 30-to-40 mile "line of sight" distance to the hori horizon.
zon. horizon. Beyond that the signals are "lost" by the curvature of the earth. In the new system, the.
TV signals are aimed from a 60-foot square, steel-plated antenna, shaped something like an out outdoor
door outdoor movie screen., The. signals, aimed upward, hit the layer of air known as the troposphere.
Some of the beams' energy Is deflected downward, where it is received 185 miles away. This :
enables creation of m TV Imaee "almost as good" as that produced by conventional broadcasting.

JUST ARRIVED
A NEW SHIPMENT
"PABCO Linoleum"
by Yards and Ruga
10 Discount
P. C. Employment.

JIUEBLERIA IIIGLE5A
7th. St aai Bolivar Are,
COLON

wellen; Skyscraper Island, Cary,

Alex Miteff KO's
Johnny Holman

DENVER (UP) Young Alex

Miteff of Argentina knocked out
veteran Johnny Holman at 2:32 of

the ninth round Tuesday night at
Denver Coliseum to continue un unbeaten
beaten unbeaten in 12 profesional heavy heavyweight
weight heavyweight bouts.
Miteff, 22-year-old aspirant to

Floyd Patterson's crown, felled

the 30-year-old Chicagoan with a
left to the bead, followed by a

right to the face.
A crowd of 5.700 paid aa esti estimated
mated estimated $20,000 to see the bout.

whi.ch was not televised or broad broad-east.
east. broad-east. Former heavvweieht rham

pwm Max aer was referee.

soft pencils to hegin work on the

ancient Indian designs that will be

transferred to the wooden batea a.

No fee will be charged for par
ticipanon la this class.

The public h invited to join

tnu aciuvuj

US Health Officer

At Conference

MANILA. Sept 12 (UP)-U. S.

Surgeon General Leroy Buruey
arrived here yesterday from Hone

Kong where be attended a region regional
al regional conference of the World Health
Organization. He will remain here

'until Saturday.

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FAIRYLAND SETTING Graceful palms accent the XaijUnd selling oi government and re- ',
luuuhjs suuaures at Ue caciul ol kuaia Luiruxau

Lesson

Registration : for teen-age Ball-
room dancing; Cotilion classes to
", include the, social amenities, is
open from 6:30 p.m. Monday 16
September to 7:00 Thursday, 19
September at Llona Scars' Srudio,
El CangrejorTal. Pan, 3-0327.

1 957 COTILLION CLASS
GRADUATES NOTICE.' The Ju Junior
nior Junior .Assembly for Advanced
Dancing is ready for registration.
Please call Llona Sears, Tel. Pan.
3-0327 after Monday, 16 Sept.

Llona Sears' Dance Studio, El
Cangrejo, Pan.' 3-0327, for
'classes in posture Vend dance
exercises for teen-agers and
women-who care.

WANTED:- Stenographer expo expo-,
, expo-, rienced competent. Shorthand
English Spanish. Good speller.
.Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo Morales,
rales, Morales, r '

WANTED Competent beauty
operator musf speak English.
Submit application giving expo expo-rience,
rience, expo-rience, .reference and enclose
photo. Box 4554 Panama.

NEEDED; Experienced shirt
finishing unit operators. Panama
Steam Laundry,
WANTED We take cash fee
. good used double (54' spring);
' Household Exchange, National
, Avenue No. 41, (Automobile
- Row) i Phone 3-491 1 3-7341.

Aunt Ellain Club

To Hold Party

The Aunt Ellen Club will be hosf

Saturday at a party for the chil'
dren who acted for models in
fashion show held by the club re

cently.

-The party 'will be held at th

Woiness home' m barque Lefe

vre. '

Ft. Kobbe Protestants Plan Rally

To Draw More Soldiers T6 Church

"Four hundred or bustl'Ms the es at Madden Wve beginning a

slogan at Fort Kobbe this Sun-seven in the morning, and the!

day" as the. office of the. Protest-worship service at Fort Kobbe atf

ant 'Chaplain plans to celebrate ten-thirty, there wiJl be a spaghet spaghet-Church
Church spaghet-Church Rally Day by aiming at ti supper that evening. Bible clas

tnat attendance tigure. , ses and adult study classes are.

VThe church away from home "contimunei as. usual.

is the name used by Chaplain "How can We make soldiers

(Capt.) Thomas L. McMinn in d.e-feei this is their chapel?", has

scribing the Kobbe chapel, and been a topic discussed at every!

the present one-shot campaign board meeting, the Chaplain point

: hopes to emphasize this concep-ed out. Surrounded as it is ; on!

tion. three sides, by quarters, it is fear

"We are urging all our people ed that the single men on post

here onp ost to unite with us an may come o -consider the chape
auxiliary basis," Chaplain McMinn solely a family church.

stated in discussing plans for the Nothing tould be further from

day. "Our average attendance has the truth, Chaplain McMinn point
hnan In th a rf OKfi ar niif it17t A truino tA least Sil 1 1 I

per week, and the 400 goal wnuld age our young men on pbst to feel

represent a sizable gain."' they can serve in the samesjcapa-l

city here, as they did at : home, "I

; Campaigns of this tvne in the he stated. "Many of them are al

past -have had a lasting effect, it ready singing in our choir and

.ha been pointed outcast Feb- teaching Sunday School classes.'

ruary; a 300 or-bust program.' in-, This present drive, h hops,,- will!

creased' attendance permanently, encourage, marly more to ao tne!

Jin addition to, pe. usuat servic- same,. f

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'ui. ... I
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"Coodnest, you'rt not old )uit matural"

WITH A COMPLETE SET OF NEW :
GEdUIIIE FORD PISTON RIIIGS

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OLD "OLD GLORY" FOR IKEScrred by seven bullet holes
from the Revolutionary War, thii historic flag has been offered
to President Eisenhower by its owner, Sidney L. De Love, of r
Chicago. A collector of American historical objects, De Love,
left, served on General Eisenhower's World War II SHAEF
sUfl'ss a colonel. He says the 13-star flag was probably made
by some soldier's wife or sweetheart before a Revolutionary
unit marched off tb war. The first official flag, adopted later,
UmA tH tani in circle.

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to Have 10 Phases

Plans for a 936-mile "Tour

nf Pinimi" bicycle race in

Panama next March were an announced
nounced announced yesterday by Carlos
Eleta, president of Tabacalera
Panamena who will sponsor
the event, and Antonio Da Da-mian,
mian, Da-mian, president of the Na National
tional National Bicycle Riders Com-Wiisston.

Tentative plans call for the
Mee to be run in ten phases.
fv The first leg wUl be from
Panama to Colon and back to
Panama, with riders remain remaining
ing remaining overnight in the capital
fcity and continuing to the
next point the following morn-
'r"V(
' 'After similar overnight stop stop-offs
offs stop-offs they will continue until
completion of the race in ten
days.
" The present schedule for the
race is: 1. Panama-Colon-Panama;
2. Panama-Aguadulce;
SAguadulce-Chitre; 4. Chitre Chitre-gona;
gona; Chitre-gona; 5. Sona-David; 6. Da-Vld-Boquete;
7. (rest period);
i.,Boquete-Santlago; 9. San-t!ago-Penonome;
10. Penono-me-Panama.

Federal And Nashville City Officials
Seek Injunction To Speed Integration
NASHVJLLE, Tenn., Sept. 12 (UP) Federal and city officials worked together
today in an effort to obtain an injunction as their weapon to speed first grade in integration
tegration integration in Nashville schools.
It was just such a Federal court injunction that finally put racial integration into
effect at Clinton, Tenn,, last year. .' ; "
U. S. district attorney Fred Elledge Jr. and mayor Ben West were seeking govern government
ment government aid in putting down, the violence that has marked 'the first three days of In Integrated
tegrated Integrated attendance and which was climaxed by1 the dynamiting of one integrated
school.

Weather Or Not
This weather report for the
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is' prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch of the Panama Canal
rnmbanv:

Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
High 87 84
Low 75 77
HUMIDITY:
High 96 91
Low 68 75
WIND:
(max. mph) SW-11 SW-15
RAIN (Inches) 0 0
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 84 83
FRIDAY, SEPT. 13
5:57 a.m.
'6:17 p.m. 12:13 p.m.

Federal Judge William Miller

was to be asked to grant the in

junction today, West said.
T mi. :j i 1 til

A lie major aaiu ue msu win
ask Federal authorities to re

voke bond which segregation segregationist
ist segregationist John Kasper has posted on
his appealed convictions -in
connection with the Clinton,
Tenn.. disorders last year.

KasDer was locked away In!

the city workhouse.
But about 200 segregationists
met on private property outside
the city last night.
The Rev: John Mecurlo, who
presided, asked the crowd to
"show your feeling not only
with words but by digging down
and giving to defend this brave
man."

Kasper was given a workhouse

vldson County with Inciting ri riots,
ots, riots, i .!
The county grand jury was in
veatlgating the entire situation
today, and reported that the
state attorney general may ask
that Kasper be committed to

Central State Hospital for a

mental examination.

A grand jury spokesman said

the attorney general's action
would be based on Rasper's

statements to a constable that

his association with poet Ezra

Pound explained his actions .In
Nashville.
(Pound is in a mental hospital
near Washington, D.C., and
charges of treason that originat originated
ed originated during World War II are still
pending against him).
. Another report from the grand

jury indicated there may be an

term by city judge Andrew Doyle i effort to shift jurisdiction In
yesterday on four charges in the county charges to criminal

connection with his crowd-ban- court, where the maximum pen
ins. The term was imposed when'altv is stiff er.

Kasper was unable to pay a His case presently Is docketed

$200 fine.
Kasper also is charged by Da-

ln general sessions court, where

the maximum fine is 550.

Amid, these developments the

city board of education -planned
a meeting tonight to discuss
problems arising from the city's
first try at integration and to

draw some plan for resuming

classes at Hattle Cotton School

which was gutted by a dynamite

blast early Tuesday.

. 1 AN-INDEPENDENT Xf HfiS-i ?AILY

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Let tjie people know the truth and the country is $afei Abraham Lijicoln. j

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. pv THURSDAY; SEPTEMBER 12, 19S1

PITB CEftTI

Judge Denies Attempts Toy Delay Hearing ;

On Nearo". Plea" For XmkciAnTftrrire

FAUBUS MEETING
COMMENTS
ANNOY IKE

Soviet Envoy Hints

Russia May Approve
Radio-TV Exchange

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1:30, 3:00, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 pm

THE FUNNIEST COMEDY
HIT OF THE YEAR!

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Shipwrecked
on a
desert island

with TWO MEN!

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WASHINGTON. Sept. 12 (UP)

Soviet Ambassador Georgi N. .a

rnuhin has hinted that KUSSla IS

seriously considering the Amen

can nrnnosal for an exchange

nnrensored radio-television broad

casts, it was learned yesterday.
Zaroubin dropped the hint at a
meetinc Monday with William S.B.

Lacy, special assistant to Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of State John Foster Dulles

for East West exchanges. The

meeting was kept secret at the

time.

Zaroubin, who just returned

from Moscow, also discussed oth

er proposed exchanges between
Russia and the United States.
They included visits of women
doctors, iron and coal experts and
ballet troupes.
In addition, the Soviet envoy
sought the latest U. S. attitude
toward changes in U. S. regula regulations
tions regulations requiring fingerprinting of
foreign visitors. The new immigra immigration
tion immigration law, signed by the President
yesterday, permits waiving of the
requirement, long protested by
Russia.
The radio-TV exchange was pro proposed
posed proposed by the United States last
June 24 as a means of promoting
"a freer exchange of information
and ideas on important world developments."

Russia said a month later it

wanted to discuss the plan. But
it never answered an American
note suggesting that radio TV

technicians of the two countries

meet this month to talk over de

tails and study such things as
each other's fansmission systems

The United Mates regards the
project as an excellent way to get
across ideas to the Russian people
provided the Kremlin permits.
American officials doubt Russia
could tell U. S. audiences much
they have not read in newspapers
or heard over broadcasting networks.

Theater Crowd
Boos Little Rock
Mention In Play
WESTBURY, N.Y. (UP) The

mentioning of Little Rock during

the premiere of a summer stock

production of the musical "South
Pacific" last night touched iff

a noisy demonstration by an. audi

ence of 1,800 persons.
Boos, hisses and foot-stomping,
which lasted nearly three 'minutes,
drowned out the dialogue and mu music,
sic, music, forcing the cast and orches orchestra
tra orchestra to halt temporarily the pro production
duction production at the Westbury Music
Fair.
Little Rock is mentioned in the
opening scene.

NEWPORT, R.I., Sept. 12 (UP)

The White House said empha

tically today It did not consider
Arkansas Gov. Orval Faubus's

request for a meeting with
President Eisenhower an Indi

cation that the governor Is

ready to give up his fight a

gainst Immediate-school integra

tion in Little kock.
Eisenhower, in answer to

wire from Faubus yesterday

suggested that the governor

meet him here tomorrow aiter-

noon or Saturday morning for a
face-to-face discussion of the

Arkansas school situati6n.

The president and his press

secretary, James C. Hagerty,
were outspokenly angry over
what Hagerty described as "ra "radio
dio "radio and television comments"

on the governor's request.

"I have heard White House

aides quoted on such things as
'throwlne in the sponge' and

other junk." Hagerty said.

"We have definitely refrained
from such remarks and any such

reports are completely untrue.'

American Beauties Change Each Year,

First Miss America Was Flat-Chested

Attention
Teenage Girls
If for any reason candidates
for the Teeno Ball Queen do
not wish to model in bath bathing
ing bathing suits it will be permis permissible
sible permissible to model in a PARTY
DRESS or EVENING GOWN
Send in your entry today and
help to make
YOUR BALL
a huge success!

NEW YORK, Sept. 14 (UP)

The new Miss America is being

billed as a perfect home grown

beauty, but actually, there doesn't

seem to be one ideal American
girl. ;

Some men like them fat, some

thin. Some like them tall, and

some short. Some prefer bosomy

girls. Others go for the more flat flat-chested
chested flat-chested types not exactly s con concave,
cave, concave, but built more or less along

Grace Kelly's modest lines.

And they are likely to change
their preferences through the
years. The bosom that catches the
male eye today may be a bust
tomorrow.

Hipt Largtr
Look at the new Miss America,
Marilyn Elaine Van Derbur, for
example. She stands 5 feet, 8
inches tall. Her measurements

are 35 26-36. That means her hips

are an inch larger than her bust.

Jane Russell's fans do not go for
dimensions such is that.

The first Misi America, a bath-

ling beauty named Margaret Gor Gorman,
man, Gorman, chosen in 1921, was a little
girl, only 5 feet 1. St e weighed
108 pounds and her, measurements
were a pear-shaped 30-25-32. There
hasn't been such a tiny Miss
America since or .such a flat flat-chested
chested flat-chested one.
Then there is the most famous
Marilyn of them all, Miss Monroe,
that is. She is regarded by many

men as .an ideal woman, but her

ENTRY BLANK FOR QUEEN
OF THE TEENO BALL
Name Age
Box No. Phone No
Height ,p Weight

Measurements

Hobbies
Pacific aide teenagers are eligible only from 13 to
19yars 'of age. Dead line for entry blanks is Sit-
, urday, September 14th. Find selection for the can candidate
didate candidate will be held at the Balboa Theatre, Monday,
September 16th at 4:00 p.m. Model in bathing suits,
-a party dress or evening gown. Mail entries to Miss
-Harnett, Bex 106, Balboa.

f )

LUTHERAN LEADER Bish-

on La)o Ordass. above, primate
of the Lutheran Church of
Hungary. lUUm attentively to
reporter's question following
his arrival to Minneapolis fron
Budapest. Hera to participtte
in Urn Lutheran World redera redera-tiaa
tiaa redera-tiaa Aaseaabry, Bishop Ordm
had beea imprisoned by the
Hungarian government for two
years ni 14. He will addren
the aaaembly 'Much will be m-

fnded by HM eXecales

measurements do not stack tip

with, the beauty rule of the 1930's

that called for hips and bust of

the same dimensions and a waist
10 inches smaller.
Miss Monroe's measurements
are 37-23-34, and she is 5 feet,
5'A inches tall. Her hips are three
inches smaller than her bust, and
the difference between her waist
and bust comes to more than a
foot.
Tall Fashion Models
Fashion models, those skinny

girls who stare hollow-eyed out of

magazine ads, are supposed to be

taller than the new Miss America,
but not nearly so weU upholstered,
to become cover girls. The ideal
fashion model's measurements are
33-22-33, according to the New

York Dress Institute. That can be

skimpy when a girl is S feet, 9
inches tail.

The Department of Commerce

has come up with what it calls

a "standard" American girl. She

is a size 12, measuring 54-25-36

which is a bit on the hippy side
and a long way from Jayne

Mansfield. Miss Mansfield's 40-

21-35V4 figure draws many a male
ogle, but it poses a problem for

her dressmaker.

As an example of how ideals

change, along with the ladies.

1934 list of the 10 most beautiful
women in America, chosen by

artists and photographers, mclud

ed actresses Norma Shearer, and

Delores del Rio.

Their measurements were not

recorded for posterity. The accent

wss oa the face, not the figure,

in those days.

AljjLAAiVJDivlA. V.. Sent 1?

(UP) A federal district inHso

denied -attempts by state and lo local
cal local authorities yesterday to delay
hearings on a plea by seven Ne Negro
gro Negro students for admission to white
schools m Arlington County, Va.
Alter denying the plea, Judge
Albert V. Br van went ahead with

direct arguments on the Negroes'
appeal for immediate admission

to white schools.
Attorney for the National As Association
sociation Association for the Advancement of
Colored "People started the court

action after- eight pupils were
turned away from white schools in
Arlington last week.
They asked (Bryan to enforce his

1956 ruling ordering integration of
the Arlington County, Schools.
State Attorney General J. Lind Lind-sey
sey Lind-sey Almond, Jr.. and James Sim-

monas ot Arungton, who' repre

sented the school boards, filed the

aeiaying motions.

Hearings Be Continued

They asked that tne hearings be

continued to allow further time

for preparing the case. They also
asked that the original integration

oraer oe dissolved because the
pupil placement act has divested
the school Doard defendants in

Not Anti-US, Says

Chaplin; New Show

Made For Laughs'

LONDON, Sept. 12 (UP) Char

lie Lhaplin today answered criti criticism
cism criticism of his new anti American

movie with the assertion that he

made It for laughs and that he

was no Communist.

"I love America even now." the

baggy-pants comedian who left th

United States three years ago
said. He spoke to some 300 per

sons at a Foreign Press Club

lunch. The audience included

dozen 'Russian iplomats, news newsmen
men newsmen and others from Iron Cur.

tain countries.:

Chaplin's movie. "A Kin in

New York." was nrevieweri v.

terdayt by critics, f they agreed it

ooggea aown in a bitter satire en
American politics. I television Wn-

ciety publicity, the ores .h.w.

1.1 M

uou ana congressional subversion
investigators.

I disagree with reviews which

sam it was anti-American," ChaD

lin said at the lunch. "I mH it

for laughter."

I am not Russian," he said dur

ing ms nau-hour address and

uesuun penoa. -i am not pro-

uininumsi...! m no f nmmnn at

Socialist. I never read Marx in
my life. I am a citizen of the
world."

Fort Carson NCO
Found Not Guilty

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo

tur ; sgt. Jack" Riley, 27, of

Brunswick, Ga., ;. was acquitted
yesterday on four charges of mal maltreating
treating maltreating basic training recruits, at

n. parson. ':'-

t Our Witnesses testified fnr

Riley, a KoreanrWar Bronze Star
winner.- The nrosecutinn ealleri

three witnesses, but failed to sub

stantiate me cnarees try the satis

faction of a special court-martial

uoara.

Kiiey was accused of being

"Kw amy, cauing an ln ln-autnorized
autnorized ln-autnorized trainee formation at 11
p.m., trying to coerce trainees to
buy company : stationery and re requiring
quiring requiring a trainee who did not huv

stationery to shovel a' pile of dirt
from one place to another.

Kiley, was one of eieht cadre-

men at Ft. Carson here chareed

with maltreatment of 'i rerniit.

Six have been tried, and four con convicted.
victed. convicted.

the case of the power to enroll
students.' This power now rests in

aiaie' commission m uicnmona.
The pupil placement Jaw reouires

parents to make application for

any child transferring from one

school to another' or entering

scnooi lor tne first time. A three
member board in Richmond pass

es on the applications and pupils

men- are toia wmcn school, to re
port to.

Almond who is resigning" Mon

day to, run tor governor on the
Democratic ticket argued in favor

ot tne motion. He said the new

law "hasn't fared very well but is

still the law of Virginia."

Bryan had ruled that racial seg

regation was illegal but that appli

cants for enrollment must comply

with the placement act until it has
been demonstrated whether : it is

merely a device for maintianing

segregation. , v

Act Declared Unconstitutional

The act has been declared un

constitutional by a Newport News,

Va.. Federal District Court. This

decision was upheld recently ; by

the ourth Circuit Court of. Ap

peals, virgmia has tiled' an. appeal
to the U. S. Supreme Court.: which

currently is .in recess. 1

State and local officials also

asked .Bryan to set. aside his de decision
cision decision yesterday granting perm is-

Whale Steaks

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and
be
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Davjd VilitioI
Dies; Funeral r
Set For Monday

David Wilmot, a employe of the
Corozal Hospital, died last night

in Gorgas Hospital after an ill

ness of about five weeks.-

A Jamaican, he ss 58 years

eld.

Funeral services have Bits

scheduled for Monday st 1 p.m.
in the Corozal Chapel, followed by
burial in the Corozal Cemetery.
Mr. WUmotls survived bur' his
wife. Eulalee. and" his ehilden.

Winston. Alicia. Mshion. J a a a a
and Luisa, all residents of Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa :

A-Victim Dies

died

HIROSHIMA, Japan, Sept.

(UP) A 11-year-old woman

yesterday of pernicious a e sa t a
brmgmg to 21 the number of
deaths this year that were srtrt srtrt-Nited
Nited srtrt-Nited to the effects of World War
II atomic kemhinx.

COLOGNE, -Germany, Sept.

(UP) Frozen whale steaks

canned reindeer meat will

mong the food offerings

played by ,46 nations at the Gener

al Food and Provisions Fair open opening
ing opening here Sept. 28.

The whale steaks, packed In

bright cartons like other frozen
food, come from Norway. Finland

is supplying the venison.

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EATING OUT OF HER HAND-Littie'girls,such si Melissa
Arnold, S, have a way of getting just about anybody or anything
to eat out of their hands.r The goose inhabits a pond behind the
Arkansas Game and Fish. Commission Building in Little Rock.
A popular place for family outing$, the pond is fine for phoo
graphic reflections,, too. It makes a pretty picture Whether you
look at it right-side-up or -upside-down. ,

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sion to parents of four more Ne Negro
gro Negro students to become parties to
the nncrinal mm - .A;,v.....,i.,.'

The defense, asked the delay iin-

lu wie ioa teaerai courts deter determine
mine determine i the constitutionality of the
placement law.
Ed win ?C. Brdwn, legal adviser
to the NAACP, urged Bryan to or order
der order the Negroes, admitted oa
grounds that the' placement' law
has been shown to be designed to
circumvent the Supreme Court's
integration order. 4 t
HST Comments
On Integration'
Crisis In South
"NEW 'YORK (UP) Former

President Harry S. Truman said
today the current strife over en

try Of Negroes into southern pub public
lic public schools "might very well" help
brine the entire integration prob-.

lem to a .quicker' solution.

Truman, taking his customary

morning stroll, said the problem1

won't hurt- the Democratic Party i
if it "is settled as it should be."

fie declined, further comment on

the subject, saying he Would prob probably
ably probably work on his promised ,state ,state-ment
ment ,state-ment on i integration durina his

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