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PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13. 1957 I
THIS YfcAR'S rice crop will be
per cent wow
ThrAgrlcvaluTai Agent in So-
. Veraguas, was quuw-
atU are now b.
Uutlt V-beUeved the
1m will IO US a "r --
l poor tifrves?s brought on by
i. nnther tanle Pan-
y ln Panamauuy.
e drougni; na .rtirular
e abundance ot this particular
. v. Hnncht lias at-
ii. ,ita from- Darien,
fett tt. bulk of the
fry's plantain uppot.
rM,n of Darien's rivers are
,ot navigable at preset
' -t ?h inr rainfall which)
Ls affected the Isthmus thli
Panama CS mppjy
e to wast on we :-,
j A number of heated
ittles are apparently in offing
i. tu. vvt tnn of the j Na
'onal Assembly, which, begins
At present Demna-u-""
w election of the President of
'. ... hiu for the next term.
.KiAiinv is nn I lv w akcu vw.
Assemblyman uwgeneB j
j v,.n Hpftfi assured oi
wuEh votes to be elected, but
,e battle for the vlce.presiden-
es of the chamoer b cu w
i rnv,m hntt'lr are expected to
'ax hot when the session is re
mrH over tnn new- f
.deling 6itrv the H
onal Electoral Tj.oa and
.-er the new lanu m ""
iK -put into shape by the A s s-mbly's
mbly's s-mbly's permanent Legislative
k Both Issues must be approved
V the Assembly in full before
iey can pecome wwwjt
Th. minlstratlen I faced
With the possibil ly thatttronr
pressure wUl be exercised' y
organixed labor groups regard,
Inr two recent appointments..
i Labor circles are opposed to
he appointment of former sec sec-ional
ional sec-ional labor Judge Manuel -M.
mrenn to the Laoor utiouuhi
nd to the selection or aMpracr
ically unknown" individual as
iDOf represenwiuw uu
ional Minimum -; Wage Com-
I Delegations have been named
9 ask presiaeni; w u'ui"
o withdraw both appointments.
J! Fallout DsnacKJ
I LAS VEGAS. Kev Sept. 13
"UP) Atomic Energy Commls Commls-lt
lt Commls-lt riMitista todav decided to
utctnone a ore-dawn nuclear
ihot'and trigger a smaller device
acr 111 tare
I The AEC rescheduled i Us
1 IV ST-X
fWhltney" blaat for 5:30 am. f L.H- CJIm
Urrow.and went head wltWgyi f ftgpjjn
blans to fire "Fizeau" at 5 p.m. V,.,",,,,fB
Fta &t o
pe the 19th she of eserles,,
Scientists said the more no-
over populated areas.
1 '" '
Dead At Home
The residents of canal Zonelthe ciiapua mm n amm ms
i- rriKhrthoueht.the first Canadian show-
wednesdarevenfn,,.- according;? h
Sn'alSS tl0m At" Tod- TuesVaT TfavSe
ia., ..... reviews from some eritics and a
Austin, was said to nave been in
JU health for eome time. Her
juan A. inani wno reporvo. n omed bv po!iUcal witch-hunt-to
the pouce She was last seen,, ,a llnited g,,, h
a.ive oy anoviicr neignour, rni-tfj to ,now the film to be re re-ierald
ierald re-ierald Jordan. ho aa.d heii,, m ri com try.
tpte to tstr txut 1 pa the:
sme ci. - ijon uat the lam was acti-Amcr-
A Costa Riran, the 72-year-if,,.. ; ,
old Mrs. Austin, i jurMTed by; love America even aowi"
nr dei;Mr Ires Davis. resi- ChipHa nid. "I disagree with re re-der.t
der.t re-der.t of Cn'on. Iviews which "aaid it was anti-
An autpy hx Iven ordered
to C?trr..r.e tv fi;p! cf df ath.
60-Cyding Panama Canal Plans
I r r mmm. r
j f .-- .. , A t. ;
.' Th Panama Canal Company is now soliciting bids for'
furnishing; and installing equipment for 1 remote control
operation of hydroelectric generating plants at Madden
Dam and Catun, h diesel
Cocoli'and Agua Clara, and all substations.'-
A part. of the'current 60-cycle' conversion proie'ct,
the work also will include the installation of telemetering
equipment protective relaying equipment,' and other facil-,
ities torfths Canal Zona power
Tha WdA ate scheduled to be
opened at p.m. .Nov.. 15 in the
Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights i
The plan actually is an exten extension,
sion, extension, replacement and centrali centralization
zation centralization of .one i already ln effect
ln the canal Zone power sys
tem since all major suostauons
are' operated by remote control.
y This present equipment is now
being replaced and extended un under
der under the power conversion pro program.
gram. program. ' ',- .J.
' r Under the proposed system,
the operation of the two hydro-
plants, two "Of thes three exist exist-inr
inr exist-inr diesel plants, the all main
- substations will be handled
.through a single control board,
which will be' a' miniature of
the control board at each plant
and will permit remote con control,
trol, control, metering, and supervision
of all important functions of
The control boird," which will
he. inr.nt.ed m the central con
trol rootti at the Balboa sub-1
statibn, will have meters to m m-Hirate
Hirate m-Hirate tft the dlsoalcher the
voltage, current and power flow
throughout the system, jfnoicai-w-
licrhts to how whether
nilfrhp. are nnen or closed or
whether apparatus Is energized
or aeaa; s -cperaung cwmui
switches' and' devices to Indi
cate hot bearings, overloads,
failures, or other disturbance.
The" iiisoatcher. by pushinirva
button or turning a knob, will bel
able to Start or giop uie ftcnci'
ators fcny ,ct the power sta
Rcisl Cc!d Sfilbn:
tercd By Police
In Havana Suburb
mviNt Sent.' 13 (UP) A
onerated by Fidel
Castro's revolutionary Movement
was captured by, pouce wqij w
nhiirhan Marianao. 700 ; miles
from the Oriente Province moun
tains where the rebels ciaimea u
nearby Quanabacoa, was removed
before the arrival of police. Broad Broad-.t
.t Broad-.t frnm this transmitter were
used by rebel spokesmen ; from
Miami, Fla., ana eisewnere in ure
TTniti sttP as the basis for
propaganda' statements they said
rama ''direct from Castro" in his
mountain hidout, v ",., ",.,-Amaunr
Amaunr ",.,-Amaunr radio j nerator Nilo
Dial Arce was captured and con confessed
fessed confessed he was oW of the station's
two announcers. The other, Cesar
Blanco Gutierrez, escaped. It- was
from the latter's home the second
transmitter was removed. 7 A
'- Capture of the rebel radio sta station
tion station followed by less than 72 hours
a lSVlay "get out or else". ulti ultimatum
matum ultimatum it had delivered to Presi President
dent President Fulgencio Batista, allegedjy
in Cqastro's-name, '' , 7 .:
Hew Yorkers To Head
For Canada lo See i i.
i NEW YORK (UP-A subscrip-
jgday fl W U chain's
"... Klff -of rNew
made the bonus offer to Hs pa-
tmna in addition to Us- regular
showings of experimental and un unusual
usual unusual films at three New York
theaters. Amos Vogel, executive
secretary of Cinema 18, said no
dat his been set lor tot uin
junket since the: release date of
... jin, h
iiovever, CfispUa denied ia Loa-
America, I mad it for lauh
electric generating plants at
tions: Increase or -decrease the
voltage anywhere In the power
system; turn tne ugnts on or
off in any -locality; locate trou trouble!
ble! trouble! anywhere; and in general,
hold the check reins of the 64,-
000 KW which is the total rated
capacity of : the generating
plants. : 1
The successiul contractor will
be i given approximately two
years in which to install the
new control system after being
given notice to proceed.
US Accuses Gromyko
In Molofov Manner
WASHINGTON. SeDt. 13
The United States today accused
Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A.
Gromyko of, engaging in "falsifi "falsifications'
cations' "falsifications' in a seemingly deliberate
effort to tear down the .' bridges
of understanding" that lead to
world peace,- '
In an unusual personal rebuke
to the top Russian diplomat, the
State Department, charged that
Gromyko followed "the old Molo
tov line" in his recent "blus
tering'', attacks on U.S. policy in
the Middle East. It said the
''Afolotov line" had been repudi repudiated
ated repudiated i by, the 1 Soviets themselves.
Secretary of State John. Foster
Dulles followed up the depart-
meuns formal siaiemeni Dy wn-
ing. rprespint.at.ives tct the forth
coming trnitf a Nations Oener M
Assembly lo be on the lookout for
any Russian 'charges 1 there.
- In cooeratulatma' the newly
sworn-in delegates, including Hollywood-,
actress Irene Dunne,
Dulles -said, that the assembly
meeting tu New York will be ,'lone
of .the most important that has
taken place." ;;rV'
' The issues before the people f
the worlcU. are ; going to be very
sparpiy portrayed." he. said. JI
one can Judge by recent' ut-l
terances from Moscow, they wjnay
be angrily portrayed, yi
'We do not need to respond' n
kind.. What we do need is firmness
and resolution to stand for the
things which our. nation has; stood
for from -the beginning and which
captured the imagination of, ihe
world in-our early days."'- .. i.
The, State Department charged
in its statement that Gromyko
tried to "intimidate" America's
awes ana frighten tne tree .na .nations
tions .nations from' taking action to-Tein-
force their freedom." V vy-
. ... 4 y
In Arctic Exercises
LONDON, teotf. 13 (UP) The
Soviet Union, is testing its latest
ets in current naval exercises in
the Arctic,, informed sources- said
The flve-week maneuvers are d
ni held -in, a wide, area compris
ing the seas orta of the Scandin-
aviaarcountries and the northern
coast of the Soviet Union below
the Arctic Circle. :; -;-.
-Timin tT the- exercises at first
was believed motivated -by 5 .Mos
cow s desire to demonstrate Rus Russian
sian Russian aaval .strength as a cbaUeace
to the West,1 Coinciding with the
NATO navSlroaneuvers ji tne
Mediterranean. ;;W -'v
.Two other considerations since
have emerged, behind the. Soviet
move:' ' '-- v
Russia's Intention for large scale
tests of new4ype weapoas fa the
remote area where UieSoViet ex expect
pect expect to bvafe from outside de
The desire to demonstrate Soviet
dominatioa .Of the Arctic areas.
AncoK Comrtis$aiVT0" 'Be. CbhviBrtcd For Personnel Bureau
Bids fori alterations and addi additions
tions additions which" will convert the form former'
er' former' Ancen Commissary into a new
office huildiBf for the Panama
Canal Personnel Bureau, are now
being solicited by the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Compaay, f :
The bids i are "scheduled lo be
opened at 1 p.m. September 24 in
th Administration Building at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights. '
TV remodeling the
former cmmi?ary retail sf ere
wiU eoBsrt mainly ia the inrtaUa-t
tin of altimmum winnow on all
sides sf boia tb maia bwldisg "d
3 Boys Found
Panama police sources Jester-
day reported the Capture ot three
boys wno had secreted themselves
in the twice ourgtarizea iruiipi
co store in Bella Vista for the pur
nnsp of robberv.
. Police said- the hoys, ages' be between
tween between 12 and 13, were arrested-by
natrol sauad iust as they were
preparing to leave the establish
ment; wmcn jsiocks m-iiaeuijf
auiDment. radios and other elec
tricalvappliances, in addition to
The names of the boys were not
released because of -their ages.
; Detectives said they were being
qustioned to determine if they
had anything to do with the two
previous robberies committed at
Tropelco. 1 ,.
Hoy A. Bettls, the proprietor of
the establishment, has offered -a
reward for information leading to
the arrest of, the thieves and the
recovery of the stolen equipment.
CZ Cancer Commitlbs
Will llol Participate
In United Fund Drive
The Canal i Zone, Cancel? Com
mittee announced with regret this
week, that it is not participating
in the Zone's United Fund Drive.
This decision was 'directed by
th.atiia(ruic of the Ameri,
can Cancer; Society. Th local
cancer committee, in order to re
tain its affiliation) is obliged to
comply-with the decision of the
Therefore, ln actfordance ith
Federal government- policies,?' the
Canal Zone Cancer Committee will
(.conduct its fund raisin? drive lat
er in .the year ioinuywita otner
recognized health agencies not par
ticipating in the United Fund, -(
The local committee also an
nounced that for the past? four
monins it nas oeen paying' au diub
of eligible cancer patients on Tne
Taiu unnn annliestion.
Such payment Is made, regard
less of financial need; which prevr
iously had been an important cri
Virtually any person eligible for
medical treatment aft Gorgas -and
Coco Solo hospitals is eligible for
such aid..., i
The decision was made to con
tinue this nolicy because' XPeri
ence oft be past quarter indicated
that the Zone Cancer Committee
appears currently able to absorb
such expenses. The advent of, the
group hospital plan for employes
and dependents earlier this year
was a primary factor In making
this change in policy -possible
The ommittee regretfully ac
cepted the resignation of Col. C.
O. Frake from its board of trus trustees.
tees. trustees. -The colonels who is retiring
from military service, was -praia-ed
for contributing much to the
successful accoplishment- of the
local committee : .. r
r It's From Elm
MEMPHIS, Tenn- (tP) That
18-carat sapphire ring pretty Anita
Wood is wearing, a gut from El
vis Presley, is not an engagement
ring.' she says. -...iA ----.'
It was, rumored around Mem
phis, where the 19-year-old blonde
met Presley less thaa a year ago,
that matrimony was pending. But
Miss Wood said today it just isn't
."Just a gift,H Miss Wood, said
when the Memphis Press-Scimitar
called ber in Hollywood to check
out the rumor. ; ...
7 L ,1 X
lue roca n rou enieiraiiier
J boueht the line In H 0 1 1 y w o o d
while dating Miss Wood, was
th annex, aecoustical drop ceil ceilings,
ings, ceilings, fluorescent lighting, and con con-gtrtiction
gtrtiction con-gtrtiction of a new waiting shelter
and a covered passage-way be between
tween between the two buildings., :
. . :
7 The alterations will make- it ne necessary
cessary necessary to close he Kranfipani
Street entrance to Porto iBello
Place where the new waiting room
will be built. :
- The refrigeration room, the trash
bin, platform, and other facilities
Beeded for commissary operation
will be demolished in both build build-in
in build-in n-
- Tn entrance to th main build-
Four defendants who faced Judge
John-E. Deming at Balboa Magis Magistrate's
trate's Magistrate's Court this morning got
nronf to substantiate the supersti
tion that Friday the 13th is unluc
ky they all got jau sentences.
A fifth defendant, taxi C driver
Woodrow W. Boyke, who is charg charged
ed charged with failing to obey. Instruc Instructions
tions Instructions from a Canal Zone police
officer, escaped the jinx) at least
for the time being) as be got a
continuation of ms case.
(But for Panamanians Philus Ji
menei. 20: Cesar Aucusto Villa
rreal. 20: Benito Herrera. is,, ana
Augencio Zorrilla, 20, the judge
ruled it will be "durance vile'' in
the Balboa 3ail as he handed out
sentences ranging from; live to iv
days imprisohment. ;' 4
Phillis got a five-day sentence
for loitering on Tivoll Ave. last
night allegedly witn prostitution ia
'. Villarreal, who propositioned a
oTainclothes nolice officer with a
homosexual offer Was sentenced to
So davs in lail. .1 1
V A 30-day sentence was also 4m-
posed en Herrera, who was touna
in Albrook "without having any le
gitimate business there and wno
J1H3 no visiuie means m tuywut
Herrera's companion Zorrilla, got
off with a: lighter sentence; five
' FARKSWORTH, England. Sept.
13 (UP-A mysterious hole; ; jn
the ground grew Inch by, inch
across Farnsworth ; today in a
snakelike ; course threatening
hundreds of persona with home home-lessness.
lessness. home-lessness. "
jUke a glow1 motloh' earth earthquake,
quake, earthquake, the trertch was spreading
at the rate of six inches an hour
21 hours aftjef it first appeared.
A. number of houses were; re re-nnrted
nnrted re-nnrted to have, fallen Into the
hole. Other homes .were leaning
and cracking along its path.
The fire department war put
on emergency -pumping duty be because
cause because water was, mysteriously
flooding into Ithe cavity as It
'The same flooding was over overflowing
flowing overflowing Into a railroad cut 100
yards from the site of the first
collapse, threatening the main
line from Mancnester.
Engineers thought a washed
Out sewer or,an ancient aban abandoned
doned abandoned coal mine might be the
cause of the mysterious erosion.
Today's spread was causing
only minor damage to nouses a a-lons
lons a-lons Its course! but authorities
feared that the affected houses
might collapse at any moment.
Efforts to oroo Ahem up were
being hampered, by a continuing
rain. -n V
Aa or midday. 120 families
were ordered to abandon their
homes on thjs Friday the I3tn,
Greafes Philadelphia Integration Row
PHII.ADELPHIA (UP) A fi
nancier's desire to help fatherless
boys more tbsir 100 years ago
created an integration controversy
that appeared today to be headed
for the U.S. Supreme Court.
The controversy' centers around
the attempt Of two Philadelphia
Negro boys to gain admittance to
Girard Colleee. Girard College is
a free boarding school offering a
nine-year eourse of elementary
and preparatory or trade school j
ployment and tAilraation Division
and the Wage. and Qassification
Division will be housed, will be
remodeled and spate will be pro provided
vided provided for the U S. citire'n record
files. t -
Tne Central Employment omce
personnel and. operations will oc occupy
cupy occupy the former Commissary an annex
nex annex building aod from this loca location
tion location wiil administer the Canal Zone
merit system. .
The alterations should be- com-.
p!etd within approximately five
months and the Persosnel Bureau
move should be effected about A-
' The initial shipment of Asiatic
flu vaccine for the Panama area
is expected during the first half
of October; according Lt. col. &ari
w. woodman, USARCAVIB mecuc
al sunnlv officer.
n The Department of the Army
has just announced that by the nd
of October most Army personnel
will have received the first of two
The second inoculation, needed
to increase immunization among
personnel concentrations, is expect
ed to be completed by Dec. 31
. Timing of inoculations will de
pend upon local delivery after dis distribution
tribution distribution through medical depots.
.The vaccine is mandatory : or
vail military personnel in the Pa Panama
nama Panama ama and will be made a
vailaMe also to all Panama a a-r
r a-r military dependents ever six
years of age, authoriitd civilian
enlployasr and employes of the
. Panama Canal Company Canal
Zone Government, en a volgnta.
' ry sis
A total of 24,000 shots of the spe
clallv prepared vaccine was ord
ered through USARCARIB medical
service supply channels to meet
the c6mbined needs of all agen agencies
cies agencies in, the Zone, according to Wood
1 The requisition ""was submitted
througm the Surgeon General, De Department
partment Department of the Army, when it was
announcied that the-vaccine, would
be, available. t, ,
Six British Peers
... K is-'.' V l
To Harry Zsa Zsa
tONDbN Sept. (UP) tiun-
garian-born actress lsi sa uaDor
today was quoted. as saymg that
six members" of the British House
of Lords want to marry her,,
The tabloid Daily Sketch said
that it all started when Zsa Zsa
flevr into London and announced
she was looking for a lourta nus nus-band,"V'
band,"V' nus-band,"V' i.--,-. ..t'
- 'Seex peers vant toimarry me,"
she was quoted as saying.
The newspaper said the actress
would not identify the hopefuls
because three of them "are not
quite eligihle yet not mvorced,
you understand?" r,j
.Miss Gabor claimed the six
peer h started telephoning her as
soon'. as she arrived.
"I 'aven't exactly turned" lem
down,", she was quoted as saying.
"Eet eeS joost zat I 'ave leetle
time apart from my feelm work
-to choose between zem."
- But the Marquis of Milford
Haven Is not in the running.
"I turned 'eem diwn five years
ago," Zsa Zsa sard.
v TALLADEGA, Ala. (UP)-A 50 50-man
man 50-man search for year old
Jerry Lathan ended Wdiy
under the porch of his home.
,Jerry, a first grader, said he
had been hiding because be didn't
want to7 go to school.
levels to 1,300 fatherless whiU
boys. i :
The 110-year-old school is sup supported
ported supported entirely by proceeds from
the estate of Stephen Girard, aa
early American financier. Girard,
who helped finance this country
during the War of 1812, left an
estate of sit millio" dollars which
i now is estimated worth more than
100 million dollars. :
'fcr Adheres T Will
' Girard stipulated In his will that
the school- be limited to "poor,
white, male orohans" and the
will defines aft orphan as any fa
therless child. That phrase may
go down ia the history of legal
Since 1847. t the school has ad adhered
hered adhered strictly' to the terms of tb
will, -i '
The present test of th fwill
there have bete at least two pre
vious tests reach the U.S. Su
preme Court be g sa n 195S when
tne mothers of fcobert Felder aad
William Ashe Fottst applied for
their admission despite the fact
they were Negroes.
The school denied them admis
sion and was upheld by the Phila
delphia Beam or uur Trust, ue
1 trustee of the eaUts; Phild2pfeia
rmed Forces on CZ
So far 106 Army civilians on th Canal Zont tiavt :
lost theirjobs as a result of Pentqgon-ordtred economics
for Fiscal Year 1958, it was announced Today by Head
qiiarters US Army Caribbean.'
About one third f the jobs eliminated have been v
held by US raters. ".
The figure of 160 included the 29 Corraf employes
whose release was announced earlier this week..- r ,1
Today's Army announcement brings to 334 the mini-
ber of civilians on the Zone to lose their jobs because o(
appropriations-dictated cutbacks in Armed Forces' expend
diture. ' x '
' The Navy has already announced the elimination of
178 civilian jobs, and the Air Force 50.
The Army reduction an announced
nounced announced today are in technical
services ; Including 40 transpor transportation
tation transportation employes, 36 quartermas quartermaster
ter quartermaster and 30 ordnance, '
Of these totals, there were 18
UJS employes from transporta transportation,
tion, transportation, 12 from quartermaster and
three from ordnance, -
The remainder wen
The Job cuts have affected 19
norr-U.S. warehouse and parts
supply personnel and 13 U.S.
truck drivers. . t
' The rest of the Jobs eliminated
throughout T r a" n a p ortatlon,
Quartermaster and Ordnance.
Transportation employes in included;
cluded; included; seven seamen, two chief
officers, two engineers, two bus
drivers, 22 truck drivers, four
mechanics and one truck mas master;
ter; master; ''
Quartermaster employes releas released
ed released re as follows: six stock con control
trol control clerks, one purchase and
contract clerk, one adminlstra-
Collapses On Job,
Rushed To Hospital
David Bernard, W-year-old Pa Panamanian
namanian Panamanian employe in the Aids to
Navigation Section, was rushed to
Coco Solo Hospital early this morn
ing after he collapsed while wore
ing in the buoy yard in Gatun
First aid was administered by
Gatun firemen who used a resus resus-citator
citator resus-citator until the arrival of a phy physician
sician physician and an ambulance from Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hosoital.
Late this morning his condition
was reported as slightly improvea.
Orohans Court., and the Pennsyl
vania Supreme Court. The city of
Philadelphia joined in the fight for
the admission of the two boys
and the. case went before the na
tion's highest court.
The U.S. Supreme Court re
versed the dcisions last April 29.
It held that the Board of City
Trusts Is an agency of the state
of Pennsylvania and. as such,
cannot legally enforce discrimina discrimination
tion discrimination ander the 14th Amendment of
the Constitution. The case was re
turned to Pennsylvania for further
action consistent with the high
Wednesday, the Philadelphia!
Orphans Court again denied tne
admission of the Negro hoys and
removed the Board of City Trust!
as trustee of the Girard estate
The six judges of the court said
a new trustee, which csa law
fully administer the trust ia the
maaaef prescribed by the testa
tor." will be appointed by the
court withia six months.
Raymond Pac Alexander, Ne Negro
gro Negro city councilmaa and attorney
for he two boys, immediately
denounced the new ruling and
said he would appeal it as high
as tb U.S. Supraaa Caurt again
tive clerk, three1 etorage auper -visors,
one laundry .clerk, foufV
commissary woricers, one baker
equipment operator,- four teh
service supply eenter wprkerv
two elo thing sales (tore workers,
11 maintenance personnel ana
- Those from Ordnance Include
ed: 19 warehouse and parts sim simply
ply simply Tpersonnel, two ammunition
Y.nrrr -me t" n .-
pw..vcr;- ow cieiK and inzti
maintenance inspectors, J
For Shooling Boy
Hear RP Shipyard
The shooting of 12-year-old Pa
iistuiaiiuaiu Jit j sj m v askvasiiiei w.
a shipyard near the Los Angeie
development on the Trans-Isthmian
Highway in the suburbs of Pana
. rn.. ..... i.-!--. : j
day by the District Attorney f
me, rnira circuit. -1
The watchman, Phillip Peter, Se,
Nicaraguan, allegedly shot Carlo
in the let while h wii nlivintf
with nthiir nnvf In thm viinifv aw
the shipyard. v v V
kttmr r.rlA. ftsIT 1W tm .tt
boys in an attempt to catch thenti
The boy is undergoing treatment
the watchman is being held ia-'
communicado by the Nationarr
1 1 .' i
Marino ArnnSffrirl '!'
Of Alleged Prisoner
jACKsoNvimr, ri; upVi"
Marine Pfc. Claude Morgan, 2J.
of Memphis, Tean., was acquit
tion with a series of alleged in""
cidents of prisoner brutality in the
brig of the Jacksonville NavalAir
Morgan, who was charged aimp aimp-ly
ly aimp-ly with failing to report mistreat
meni accoraea nnsoners or iuiw-
key Sgt. Lawrence Jennings, be
came the second Marine guard
cleared of charges in the case.. V
Last .week, CpL Eugene W. O
sick, Luzerne, Pa., was acquitted
by a general court martial. y
most serious of all military trials, j
Morgan was brought to trial in
the less serious procedure ef a
summary court martial, at
which Marine CapU D. 3. Cooler
acted as the judge and Jury. 4
Morsan took the stand to testify f
jn his own defense today, and j-
oeuea inn ne was present wnen j
Jennings struck prisoners. ;
Maj. Louis J. Sartor, cemmaaoV i
ing officer of the Marine Barracks j
said Ceoiey took just 1J minuter'
to deliberate over the evidence ;
before determining that Morfai
didnt see any acts of bruta'-W
refl. ana naa ne aaowieaxe
The Navy was going aheai
preparatioas to try two mora-
ai couru-iD aruai w uminof
treatment charge. s
- Courts-martial have bea ord
ed for Sgt. Steve Bal, 22.
Lakeview. N. Y.: Pic. vVi
Radarmta 1C Williin Jjrea-.
dan. 14 Dawson, C.
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RAILROADS, GRINGOS, ETC.
. Weia. I'm back from an enforced vacation. VThe gringos
have been behaving themselves better in the Mall Box. Recent
letters have not contained the usual insulting slum. Seems as
If the better classes hate been doing the writing
I say let the gringos give their government heU, and let us
native Panamanians find fault with our government Do you
think any Panamanian or any other alien, jWould have the
serve to criuciae tne gcverrnneni 01 we uiuwu bwk;iiiii4, w
was 11 vintr there? .'''. y
"Looking Ahead" meant well in his letter about the railroad
, L 4viarr m mm nan tji nut. i.utt rauiiuau uciuuaa hj viae
i government, and therefore rightly belongs on the Zone, whafcs
I wrong with putting a station where the clubhouses and Camp
f Blerd commissary are situated? Even Mt. Hope is not bad. It
only costs a nickel to get there by chiva, and if the taxi drivers
f war wise they would charge only 15 cents. Ten passengers at.
t three nickels would net them more than two or three passen-
Personally I use the buses when I'm in a hurry, and the train
lor comfort. 'j-- ? t '.'i..:.,
i Speaking of tne rauroaa, 11 we rrencn naa ouun wie uan
f wonder which governmient would now own the rallfoad:The ral ral-I
I ral-I road was started in 1849 when some North Americans challenged
I the great continental amae on men- way 10 we hmw b"b
to Uncle Sam. The atory of the railroaders who built it could be
I a top hit in Holiywoofl.
1 Anyonft can travel from one end of the United States to the
I other by rail. What wrong with Panama having her own rail rail-I
I rail-I road, au over the Interior provinces? Railroads are cheaper
4 than highways to build, we could have lines from Portobelo to
I Colon, from the San Bias to Panama, and even from David to
j Arraijan. .The freight revenue would quickly repay the' initial
Aa "Looklnsr Ahead" wrote. Panama must uiaeea jook 4- tUz u
f Head. We Just can't let eny stiffs from Sammy remain in the !eain k ntr, ,r. ...
4 republic Elgniy per cent or wie gringos m wie tiumio aui
it they are semi-uuteraie, or jusi oeueve Dummy is uuu. ;u
Diamothem. Jsven ineir ptnny says in vruu we, uusu ; 4
The other 20 per cent is divided into two categories. Half
J of them are the don't-givea-damn type and the other half I'll
S charitably call the mouse type. ,
The don't-giye-a-damn American knows he can hold a job
In anv Bart of his homeland or anywhere in the world. You'll
Hardly find any of them employed by the Panama Canal. They
can't be pushed around, -and they do not like being bossed by
Xolka who know nothing of the job. You'll find them employed
. toy bif North American nrms in ine repuDnc, or seii-empipyeo.
Among these good men are Max Bllgray, Dr. Enp and old Tom
Bradv Af Bottle AUev davs.
The mouse type Is a fellow who likes it here so, knowing he
would find it hard to get as good a od statesiae as .ne noma
helper, who lw a better mechanic, a month.
A oaoy couia guess wnai nwppeneo; 10 wus mouse. . -Every
killed North American believes that skill should be
- well paid, regardless of race, color or religion. It is the kind of
North, American who, on a basis of skill, might find himself
; sweeping streets, peddling apples or gravedlgglng who hate to
see Panamanians in their own land given equality.
How do you think we Panamanians feel when here in our
native land we have to work as low-paid helpers, while If we go
stateside to jrork we get tne same wages as the natives us ci
uzen we wore alongside?
".'.. Ginger Know AH
WHO LOVES LUCY? I dont
belive it either, but the hottest
whisper at Schwab's whisper fac
tory in Holly wooa is about tne
momentarily expecteo pesi and
HURRY HOME, WALTER; That
lovelv that looked like Mlcki Mar
lo but wasn't, who visited Ed
Wynne's Harwyn with 80b Evans
(the pants mfr. turned movie
star) was Toni Carooll. Who she?)
Bob is bettinnine to believe it him
self, that he's a star, I mean with
the cutest little curl dropping ne-
gligently over his forehead. .Nic .Nicky
ky .Nicky Blair, the wag, has a new
drink at his famed Blair House,
It's borscht in a champagne bot
tle. .Another teen-age problem
bothering me is this: Teens- age
gals so out witn a&i -luce me, nev
er with teen-age boys. So who do
teen-age boys date? what do
they do? (They become juve de-
linas.;...uid xony ranciosa turn
down a ton role in the fortbeora
ing "Our Love" because the film
producers didn't want Shelley?
DON'T WORRY, f QUIT SOON
The Marquis Gerino Genno (and
that ain't doubletalk) wanted to
know if it's okay for him to visit
Elena Giusti, the Italian singing
star who headlines the exciting
Bob. Rothafel-Betty Murray "Show
Plane" revue at the Koxy. bhe
said yes when he added that he
was bringing a plane load of dia
monds. .The John Ireland Zsa
Zsa Gabor party at the Embers
was serenaded by George Shear Shearing
ing Shearing with "Just a Little Bit of Hea Heaven
ven Heaven Called Ireland" and "T h e
Hungarian Rhapsody," and isn't
that Just too too cozy?. .Wanna
see flying saucers? Finch a wait
, MAYBE HE SHOULD CHANGE
HIS NAME TO PERESS: Now wa
know who didn't promota Jimmy
Stewart. ( Remember what happen
ed to the last Senator who called
a general a liar?) This Sunator
who called a general a liar voted
; Rude Awakening
l'; y Lll:1
otiw t ab son
,-hai to play moua-.once in i4U a mouse taisea out .ioua.
lalminn that the Canal v-a robbing the jocai ratera when they
htm 12S a win- ir thd tnvF In tholn tlmeav.anrl hia
. DEMOCRATIC BILLBOARDS
Isttmados friends: (
I see by the newspapers that there has been a lot of debate
lately in the Asamblea and in the United States about billboards
on the highways and streets.' They report that the vote never
eecided on ouiooaras on tne Fan-American Highway but decid
eel to leave it up to the different authorities. Even In the EEUU
they tell jne that Tlo Sam and the 48 Samcltos couldn't decide
on billboards on the Federal-State Highways some will, some
wwri proniDit uiem or resinci mem. laxe your cnoice.
We dont have that trouble in Pknama. This is a democra
ey and we have very democratic people. The question doesn't
Rave to be deciaea by tne authorities. The aaverttsers decided
It already. So we have plenty of billboards. We don't have to
worry about the Pan-American regulations on billboards. In
Panama we have them all up and down Via Espana, on both
aioeg of the street, next, to cnurcnea, hotels, in front of the golf
ciuo, private nomes, oiocxnig tne .vista lixe the on company
ouiDoara out at via Espana ana vangrejo.
In tact, it's hard now to see the weeds on the empty lots
beeause there are e many billboards. The weeds used to block
the vista but new the billboards do It which is an improvement
Deeauae some 01 ine omooaras snow Drassier ads and cigarette
ads that appeal more than monte, to certain appreciative au audiences
diences audiences that appreciate such things. Like me.
Maybe, by next election, if we get billboards on every side',
walk and every hill and in front of every house, they will not
paint slogans on private residences and walls and cars In their
eatnusustie ana democratic way.
Haatala vista '-v
the U. S.
NO POMP. PLENTY CIRCUM
STANCE: Brash' young Lord Al-
trincham s blast t the royal pa palace
lace palace crowd is snowballing into
Britain's gravest constitutional cri crisis,
sis, crisis, one that threatens to rock
the throne itself. For the first
time in the memory of man the
socialist London Mirror and the
conservative Express, tha. two
largest dailies on earth, with con con-bined
bined con-bined circulations of almost 10, 10,-000,000,
000,000, 10,-000,000, are on the same side m
virtual agreement .with Altrin Altrin-cham.
cham. Altrin-cham. 'Some other" paper i Scream
frontpage epithets Recusing them
(andJspecially the ,xpres) of
,nighr rearn. rominjj out in the
wash ior uie Lxst time in Eng England,
land, England, is much, of : what I 'wrote
last year in !f Around the World
Confidential" about the strange
and -curious international ties of
the Mountbattens and the high
jinks of Prince .Philip and other
regal pensioners supported in riot riotous
ous riotous luxury, by the groaning Brit British
ish British taxpayers (and indirectly by
America which means you and
me). When I printed this stuff
last year, they threatened to draw
and-quarter me. Now, when it's
all over, mayner tji get a peer
While I seldom drink anything
stronger than Dr. Brown s Celery
Tonic, I am oegmmng to work up
a real dislike for this Oregon boy.
Senator Richard Neuberger, lor a
variety of reasons.
His espousal of a ban on drink drinking
ing drinking in commercial aircraft, plus
his nonsense about General Mac-
Arthur, is beginning to make me
think that Oregon is producing a
weird brand of export. First Wayne
Morse and now this bird. v
There' is a move afoot to ban
drinking by passengers in the air
Sponsored by Senator Strom Thur Thurmond
mond Thurmond -' (D- S.C.) and the "afore "aforementioned
mentioned "aforementioned Neuberger. Both are
toototalen, and .Neuberger; rarely
flies. He admits that what he
By BOB RUARK
ing aloft" IS largely hearsay. Dear
le me. - '
Well if the Senators will allow
me a moment. I would, like to state
that I know nearly everything
there is to know about flying as a
pasenger and drinking in the air,
since I have logged slightly over
two million air miles since the
war. , '..!;Y,vY.
And the day I step on that iron
bird without a jug to ease the bore
dom of hurtling through the air in
what is no mora than Greyhound
bus with wings that, gentlemen,
will be the day. v.
insofar as unitea states airunes
are concerned, the jug is a vital
necessity, because our. queer state
laws practically prevent a stewar
dees' served tipple.
Headed overseas, they always
anyhow; and the poor stewardesses
are so busy with babies and meals
and sIck passengers mat tney
haven't time to serve a drink.
And there are some, even when
they're not busy, who look at you.
a u you were annxing tneir own
private stock if you ask 4or a sec second
ond second Martini.
Yon understand, this' is not a per per-sonal
sonal per-sonal -beef. I like to think that I
know more nice eals -who 1 wnrir
their feet and brains to a frazzle
in the air than any livinir com-
mercial traveler. I. they've hao
much time in the business. T'va
tlown with them at least three
WASHINGTON The report that Y ays before the Army got
America beat Hussia into tne air ,ol it.
with a successful intercontinental
ballistics missile, supposedly ; fired
2400 miles over the Atlantic, is
The Air Force has tested only
one Atlas,' which began wobbling
in flight and wasJ destroyed by a
ground safety of-icer before it
shot out ot sight. 1 ? i"
Our only other ICBM. the Titan.
is still under construction in Den
ver. It probably won't be ready
tor testing until the iirst ot next
year. 4 , -
Strictly soeakme. the Au? Force
developed the : first intercontinen
tal missile a year ago. This was
the subsonic Shark, a winged mis missile,
sile, missile, which can be' shot down1 by
jet fighters and is already consi
dered obsolete. 'i
Each" experimental Atlas is
known Inside the Air Force by Its
number. .No. Z is now mounted in
its launching stand at Cape Cana Cana-veral,
veral, Cana-veral, Fla.r waiting to be fired.
The trigger date, Oi course, is top
What might have been mistaken
for a successful Atlas was the X-
17, a three-stage missile that the
Air Force has hsen usinc to blaze
trails tor the Atlas alone the edee
of space. 1 j
Four stories tall, the X-17 has
been fired 4o- tremendous heights
to duplicate conditions the Atlas
will encounter. 1
Meanwhile.' the Russians d e f i.
nitcly.are-, known to be testing
multiple-stage missiles in the Arc
These missiles are sneciallv de
signed to be launched in. frigid
climates ominous news since
the polar route is the shortest
distance to American targets
Russia has at least 20 major
bases,, each with a string of 20
or more launching, sites, scattered
along her northern fringes.
tilCKERSON STORY 1
Then Secretary of the A t m 1
Wilber Brucker stormed into Rob
ertson's ofiice and dmanded V
know why he hadn't been consult;
ed. He angrily accusea Kobertso?
Air Force. Brucker also cusseC
mo Out. ' 1 I
f Be-ore Brucker left, he tool
custody of the memo and' imme
diately ordered the Inspector Gent
er-1 to find out who leaked to me
The trail pointed to Huntsville, Aj
la ., so Ogden personally f 1 e v
there. He threatened and bulhei
until he discovered who wrote th
: .By this time, Ogden had duf
up enougn eviaence to warrant
court-martial. But he had use
such roughshod methods to uncov
er what he thought was a simpl
news leak that he had violate
Nlckerson's legal rights,
He also had nnt taken' fnrma
statements nor advised witnessed
of their rights. As a result, iM
court-martial almost blew up be!
iore it got.ou ine ground.
The Third Arm trtnlr; nba 4nrt.
die ion at this point, tern, ereel
General Hiokey, the commandlnff
general, scrupulously avoided rnn
suiting the Pentagon about it. I
t many secretary Brucker sumi
moned him to Washinston to re
port on how the case' was pro'
grossing. Hickey marched fntd
isrucker s ofiice and delivered fhl
lirmal announcement. i .
I am not here to receive in
struetion' he said stiffly, "I ad
nere,, to give a progress ,'reoort
Brucker was so ..flabbergasted
uiai ne sat oacx meekly and lis
taned to the report. All he. evpd
asked -was whether Ilickcy needed
To get that advice, Hickey Utei
pnonea tne Junge Advocate Gen
eral, Maj. -Gen. George Hickman
But the Third Army commandeS
knows about the "dangers of drink- run out of ice along about Boston,
; Sea Yqrn' v'
Answer to PfMoui Puizfe
NEXT WEEK WINCHELL (But
I got to work today): "L'il Ab-
a' .TllllA V,anM let hjtAn rt
agents, and today they're
linking her with Bob Fittgerald,
liquor heir, whatever, that is?
She plays "Stupifyin' Jones" and
that's what she does to him at
Frank Harris' Eden Roc. . .Add
Great Patriots: Eugene W. Castle,
former movie producer, cabinet
undersecretary, and now the Paul
Revere against one world -boon
doggling at the U.S. taxpayers'
expense. .Armando, chi chi res-
aurateur, finally obtained the ca
baret license for the new room,
and goes into a Fall entertainment
policy. He's the ''discoverer" of
Adelaide Moffett, Beverly Pater Pater-no,
no, Pater-no, Maggl McNellis and other so
ciety cbantootslea. but will nroba
bly tee off with Yoke Matsuo. the
Japanese-fiddler. J"ete Crosby,
of Denise, Dareel fame, is in the
swim again. He's swimming at
the VienneM .Lantern with Virgi
nia Graham.; (Not the TV-caster,
but a Canadian Olympic simmer.)
THIS 'AIN'T A GAG EITHER:
Hoffa union i worse than 00 u u-nion
nion u-nion at alL ,
SOMETHING ABOUT THE
Gals; Carol Short, the row Lat
in Quarter beaut and Northwest-
era U. student. Is a siioee of ra radio's
dio's radio's Tod Malene. Janet .Hol .Hol-man
man .Hol-man Fisher sha's la the ww Ce-
pecebana show) studies snakes.
(She'll mow a tot en B'wey, at
that.) . .Today's Chie Jemet
contribwtion, anal I quote: "Jutt
received from Paris via Ooorfle
Florentine DeWItt a beautiful com
Sect with a cowimss 01 tost of H.
ut I eaat flffur rt out t h a
arrow anly oolnN to Cooroe'a a
partm ent." So how coma George
was at El Morocco with a bru
nette and you're a blonde?)
NOT CONFIDENTIAL: Many a
movie star doesat get a reputa-
tloa until sne s lest one.
1 DOMT CARE. DO YOUT
Margaret O'Brien and Deo Robia Robia-soa
soa Robia-soa are dating. .Bob Peterson, a
oseUmo Lori Nelsea fan, just
crsxy about uva Ro-Dana, s lor lor-mer
mer lor-mer "Miss Israel". -K member
Joseph Dubronyi? He's tha sewhv
tor whose aude statue of abus
the Ekberg wo him a 'punch oa
the schnouola from her. hoshaDd
last February. He's shaping into
N.Y. from Havaas on Tuesday
with more statues of Ekkie, Ave,
Jayne (Maasfield, that is), and a
new "mystery" aude, and I woo woo-der
der woo-der who's going t take a poke
at him this timet v
1 Man-eater of
These sail tha
11 Bed canopy
17 Sheep's bleat
IS. New Guinea
10 Coin in an
27 Dry, as wine
50 Dutch uncle
51 Scatters, as
SI Sea eagle
38 Summer (FY.)
40 Islet in a
41 Blackbird of
42 Small horse
43 Steps over
at River fa ET
I Pierces with
a weapon -2
4 Route (ab.)
7 the deck
: Kind ot type
12 Girl's name
22 Lateral parts
24 Stage whisper
are u n a 01 orel
5E 5 n 2 T a V
SiSll 1 on" 1 oK3
SI Demigod of
36 Near, Middle
44 Sheltered side
45 Make a
i 'jl JJ h B I ; h Pl4 I K
r- n f
sr. : T rTr r
11 ' ' ri 1 i 1 i;
rrr n ri am
1 1 j 1 1 1 1 ft lit 11
.) UtCRONA tOMf
"2-Stop" Flights from Panama
A chotoe af 5 OfTarenr revtet le Ewooe :
o Fry aew poy lolet
1 e 15-doy loree v 1
Abo dhtt to aSevCoribbeee,
, Control end Sevflt Aatoriea
a rows itAvn mm. run m
Dak H 21-A.I2 TfMC m:,
fumu, f. Tlp4 3-1S21
wooa? nesr ahbjhc
torai otrnra 1
It there's anv hnms ahnnrd T
can have soma in return nr tnn,.
lation, baby sitting, and occasion occasionally
ally occasionally helping with the service.
J My tpoint is merely that flying,
sp cially long -distance flying,
is such, a bloody bore that a few
noggins not only do not harm, but
at least, give a .feeling if ersatz
comfor$ and help to pass thetime.
In my case, with a v few belts a a-board,
board, a-board, I can drift off into dream dreamless
less dreamless sleep and bother nobody, not
even with my scintillating conver conversation.
sation. conversation. Mv ilvins timfi from R.
Icelona to New York is five Mar Mar-Qnis
Qnis Mar-Qnis and a good night's rest.
In two million miles plus, I
have never seen a person obstre obstre-perously
perously obstre-perously drunk on an aircraft, nor
have I ever. seen the aircraft en
dangered by the guy who conies
aboard soused.:;:,,,.-,.. -V'w;..,'-
You can't get into the pUot's com- l
partraent without invitation tmv.i
now, and that's where the flying
is done not back in .the three three-abreast,
abreast, three-abreast, two-abreast, small econo-
my-sizea seat. rt:! ;v-
xjw way, though. I am against
Ule serving of aleohnliA nirvana hv
fc- -J. i , J
"5 wiu5 ana stewardesses.
It is asking too much of. four
people to feed 70 passengers, mop
oner uie sick ones, listen to tne
complaints, of 1 the frightened and
bad-tempered bnes, and still serve
as cheerful bartenders and wait
resses. :;-i"t : -; -is
'If booze is 'tit tut unit",f n
the airlines ought to add an extra
fland. .call him simnlv h.,n
der. and milt amrlrina h nh..
aiu iu aeam. f
I WOUld Waeef that -9S npn
of the stewardesses -who are not
J' .i06 Mormon orMohammedan
faiths would say that one querul-
v,u uiaia, .jnaie or female,
can cause mnr ti-nnhia K..
than a whole. delagaUon, of half half-soxzled
soxzled half-soxzled Elks. '. r- :
This is not exar-Hv tw.f-re
gress, but if ennrrnllai riri'nbina
is banned on American aircraft I
and several millions like me will
atop flying-la American" aircraft
on overseas tuns and give our al-
icgieuce, ana QOUen. to the fnrviim
v,uuipcuuuu, . t
how,The Ary's"Va7y landed TtTi
Insnertor r.pnJral l.t r.Pn Duvid 'Poln's ot !aW. banged down thd
nowon .oimnct ,,,ffo v.r. 2cwver alter getting his answers
Mtmn' nf Tnl .Tnhn Nilror.nn H Pentagon SO httW
Ogden started out to find, how .i? lf' t.8iS S!? M
I got a memo containing ciasslJw aeveJopments in the newspa
fipfl Intnrmntion nn Piilflert m Uii'l"
silres. Before Ogden realized it,
ne nad s.nrred un the most roo
troversial court-martial since Gen.
Billy MitchelT was drummed out
e the. ArmV for championing air
, The mysterious memo writer
turned out to be a- young West
Pointer, Nicherson.' who was for
mally charged with giving away
: His commanding officer. Maj.
Gen.- John Medaris of the Army
BaUistic Missile Agency, Hunts Hunts-villc,
villc, Hunts-villc, Ala. became panicky and
started calling the Pentagon to
At one point. Lt. Gen. Tbomas
Hickey, Third Army commander,
threatened to court-martial Meda Medaris
ris Medaris if he didn't stop meddling in
Here are the backstage details:
Nickerson's memo, blistering
Secretary of Defense Wilson- for
iimiung Army missiles to 200
miles, somehow fell into my hands.
I submitted it to the Pentagon
and asked for: (ij the Air Force's
side .of the controversy and (2)
security advice. . ,-
BRUCKER GETS SORE ''
Instead of renlvintf. Secretary of
Dfense Wilson confiscated "the
memo and turned it over to De-
"uty Secretary Reuben Robertson.
It lay on Robertson's desk for 10
Gen.,Maxwelf Tavlor. th'Arintf
i, .... .. . i-i
cniei, privately, tavored, sott-ped
aling the court -, martial. He fear,
ed Nickerson's lawyers would hl.
lenge Wilson's judgment, 7 and, irf
eiiecr, put ine secretary on De4
rense on trial.1: Tavlor felt ? t his?
'vouia oniy ewagonize wuson am
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onduc the court-martial. Hickey
decided on his own to let Nicker4
son, plead .guilty .to ., s .1 4 S t e r
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COCO SOLO WIVES' ENJOY LUNCHEON Members of the Cocp Solo Wives Club gather for a luncheon meeting in the South Patio of the Hotel El Pan Panama
ama Panama on Tuesday. x ' ;
WALTER PATRICK DANIEL III
MISS ANNA KATHRYN GALLOWAY BECOMES BRIDE
OF MR. WALTER PATRICK DANIEL III IN HOUSTON
Mia? Anna Kathryn Galloway, daughter of Mri. Joseph Carre Galloway of Balboa and the
late Mr. Galloway, became the bride of Walter Patrick Daniel, III, ton of Mr. and Mri. W. P.
Daniel of Alrin, Texas, in a lovely candlelight ceremony at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church,
tHnuton, Texas, Saturday, August 31, with the Rev. Willliam Douglas officiating.
Nrhe altar was decorated wtita all vases of white gladioli and candelabra with white ftp-
ers. Palms and floor baskets of white gladioli were grouped on either side.
A'nroeram of musfc was pre
sented the church organist- and
The Lord's Prayer and O Perfect
Love were rendered.
The bride was given in m a r r-.riage
.riage r-.riage by her Uncle, Mr. David L.
Gatz of Jackson, Mississippi, for formerly
merly formerly of Balboa, Canal Zone. Her
waltz-length gown of p e a u de
ffaille was styled on princess lines
with a multigored skirt sweeping
into a back panelled, fullness that
ended in ballet length. Over this
she wore an Empire jacket of
chantillv lace in fleur de bois de
Sign embroidered with br i d a 1
pearls and sequins, and styled
with a high petal neckline a n d
below elbow length sleeves. -11
Juliet cap '.was of lace and tulle
with, which she wore a' fingertip
veil of French illusion.' She car
ried a lace handkerchief that was
carried by her paternal -f. grand
mother at her wedding in 1889.
' The bride's bouquet was of white
rose buds and stephanotis s u r-
rounding' a white orchid which
was later used as-t a coursage on
her going away suit. Her Jewelry
was a-- pair of pearl earrings giv
en her by the bridegroom.
Miss Charlotte Daniel, .sister of
the groom, was her only attend
ant. Her dress was designed of
Camellia pink taffeta, styled with
arvEmpire bodice of corded lace
that had a square neckline and
brief sleeves. A fold of taffeta ac
cented the empire silhouette and
came into the back where it form
ed a small bow with wide sashes
falling over the multigored ballet
length skirt. A matching head headdress
dress headdress with circular veil was worn.
Her bouquet was of pink rosebuds.
Mr. Daniel was attended by Jo
seph Carre Gallowsy, brother :s of
the bride, as best man.
The bride's mother, Mrs, Gallo Galloway,
way, Galloway, chose a blue lace over peau
de sole with matching accessories
and a, corsage of pink rosebuds.
Mrs. Daniel the groom's moth-'
er, wore a dress of pocoa beige
lace over peau de sole with match
ing accessories and a corsage of
After the reception which was
held in the church parlour imme
diately following the ceremony the
couple left for a wedding trip to
the Mississippi Gulf Coast and
New Orleans, La. t
The bride's travel costume was
a two-piece grey silk tweed with
black and white accessories.
, The bride is a graduate of Bal
boa High School. She attended Mill
saps College and is a graduate of
tne University of Texas where Mr.
Daniel also graduated in Mechani Mechanical
cal Mechanical Engineering.
Among the out of town guests
Wfre Mrs. J. C. Galloway, mother
of the bride. Balboa, YCV Z. Joseph
C Galloway, brother of. the bride,
Balboa, C. Z., Mr. and" Mrs. Da David
vid David L. Jatz of Jackson, M 1 s s.,
Mrs. Robin L. Comer; Cristobal,
C. Z.; Mrs. W. G. Kamper, Voss-'
burgh, JVliss Col. and Mrs. t rank
R. Burr; and son Robin of Midwest
City, Okla. Mr. Laurence C.
Gatzw Kerrville, Texas: ; Mr, and
Mrs. Price Campbell, Abeline, Tex
as; Airs. Andrew Monteaw. Mana Manama,
ma, Manama, R, de P.; Mrs. Marshall Cla Cla-gett,
gett, Cla-gett, LaPorte, Texas; M. James
W. Grey, Canoga Park, Calif;
Miss Audrey Jennings, .New Or Orleans',
leans', Orleans', La.", Miss Theresa j Ferry,
jAcomr cm extpci,
By OSWALD JACOB Y
.Written for NEA Service
I The couple will reside vin Free-
port-.Texas where Mr- Daniel is
an 'engineer wnn uov vnemicai
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. Opening lead A
She Opposes Daughter's
"THE worst time in going stea-
dy." says the mother of a 16-year-
old daughter, "is when a girl
gets herself tied up with a: boy
who never wants to go anywhere
or do anything.
"My daughter right now is go going
ing going steady with a boy who doesn't
like to dance, swim and can't be
dragged to parties.
His idea, of how to spend an
evening is either to go to a mo
vie when he can afford it or
sit around doing nothing, v
"That means that- Mary keeps
turning down invitations. Her so-
Edward Kirehmltr Jr.
Returns T Notre Dame
Edward P, Kirchmier Jr., son of
Mr, and Mrs. Jfidwam p;- Kirch
mier of Diablo Heights left today
by plane for South tfend, Indiana,
where he will enter his sophomore
year at the University of Notre
Dame, w .
(Continued from: tage S)
DOLORES and her TRIO
in the CLUB 4:30
Fri., sat. It Sun. with
ROINIE St KELLY, tapdanceis
who won last Wednesday's
-Variety Night Show.
THE BARON, popular calypso
singer Don Bryant, on weekend
plus surprise acts in the Informal
Balboa Bar. Also' is
M.c on wed, variety Show
and his trio playing for
the SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE
Also plays once weekly with his
Conjunto on "Lucho Night"
LOPEZ the MAGICIAN
- entertaining all ages at the popular'
-, SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE from
11:30 a.ra. in the Balboa Room.
playing In the Bella vista
Singer Betty Williamson.
enjoy yourself it's
cheaper than you think
A Kirkebr Hotel
gives; you more -fo enjoy
CAMFBEU'S CHICKEN NOODLI SOUP
femptinfl chicken broth . with golden-yellow
90 noodles, and plenty of tender, juicy bite
of chkkonl A favorite with children freer
for fho whole fomihi
So many kinds to nJoy...
o.much onjoymtnt in cacbjl
R t -.
Today's hand has enough
fireworks for any Fourth of
July, It decided an Important
team match some years ago and
aeciaea it tnorougniy,
The bidding shown here took
place at table one. West decld
ed to play possum with his freak
hand and did not overcall. Nat
urally he was surprised to hear
his partner bid five clubs and
eventually raised him to seven
ciuos alter North pushed him.
when North went on to seven
spades West doubled happily
ana laid down his ace of dia
monds. Declarer ruffed in dum
my and racked up 2,470 points
for the doubled grand slam. Of
course a club lead would have
beaten him but West was look
ing at J3 cards only;
, - tin a.tiif'
vAt the other table -"'West'-a
donted : onnoslte tactics and
leaped right to five diamonds
over the ODenlmr made bid.
North bid five spades. He only
held, two jacks but 6-6-1 distri
butions don't grow on trees."
East raised to six diamonds
and South bid six hearts. West
went on to seven diamonds and.
when It got, back to South, he
doubled. It looked as If a good good-sized
sized good-sized penalty was coming up and
he did not think he could make
a grand slam. 4 ,
Poor North got his hand on a
neart and west rutted and
spread his hand for the ,- dia
mond grand slarm A plus of 1,
770 since his side was not vul
nerable but a gross profit of 4,
140 when added to his partner's
pront at the other tables
I have always blamed North
at table two for his side's de
bade. He should never have let
the opponents play the" hand
since he must have known that
there was some chance for his
partner to make the vulnerable
?rantt slam and no chance to set
he opponents anything morel
wan a xisn caae.v
From 20 US Towns
PARIS (UP)-The first Ameri American
can American troops to land in war-weary
France during the first World War
told a French soldier named Bene
Coty to "stay in the shelters, it s
our turn now" as they charged
out of the trenches to meet a new
Coty, now president of France,
said today he never forgot those
words,' which seemed to him sym
bolic of the everlasting links be-1
tween France and the United
Coty recounted the incident to
day as he received a delegation
of 20 American mayors from .U.S.
cities? and towns named for Mar
ouis, de LaFavette. i:- -i.m"-:..
They are in France to take part
m?ie zutn anniversary, ceie ora orations
tions orations of the birth of the French
general' who was a hero of the
'American and then, .the French
When he received, the" mayors
at the Elysee Palace the French
White House told them their
presence was very valuable I be
cause the towns carrying the
name of LaFayette are 'signifi
cant witnesses" of the links which
bind the two countries.
The mayors included It. J. Allen
of LaFayette, Miss.; V a r 1 e y
uraves.oi rayetieviue, ua.;
George Herndon of Favetteville.
N. C., and Guthrie Smith of
cial life has gotten to.be more
staid than my own. A girl who
goes steady can't accept an" invi
tation unless her -'steady' is
"I've' tried to tell my daughter
what a mistake she is making, to
tie herself down to a stick-in-the-
mud who is 'so' jealous she-does
not dare look at another boy.
,"But I mig r .V -'"
to thin air for all the' good
does. Can't' vou. .:
that will show girls that if ; they
insist on going steady; they ought
to oe smart enough to pick a boy
willing to do what they want to I
do part of the time?"
MIGHT MARRY ONI
1 CJOULO tell my teen a g
readers that.-But 1 couldn t eua.
rantee it would have any more
effect on them than their mothers
have when they say ...the same
things. 1 -,
Perhaos a eirl lust has to learn
by experience that tying herself
down to one boy-especialiy when
that (toy is possessive and seiiisa
is just plain shortsighted.
The danger is. of course,- that a
girl will get so used to the dull
companionship of stick-in-the-mud
that sne win marry one. -.
She may end up writing letters
to columns like this complaining,
"juynusoana never takes me a
ny where." , v
' tick notice for Inclutivn la thh
calumn ihaulJ k tubmlttai
' typi-wiilKN farm an mailed
rue, mi numaer iut eily in s-
cial and 0herwite,n r delivered
hi hand te the effke. NatleM ef
mttrinf t cannet keaccepted hr
Will Meet Sunday .'
Je.speranza Council No. 56 will
hold their regular monthly meet
ing on Sunday Sept. 15, at the
Elks. Hall in Colon, R. P.
The meeting begins -at 5 p.m.
and refreshments will be served.
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST :
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RQY Hita the spot Ahh,
Avoset discovered how to sterilize
fresh whipping cream so that its
! sweet taste remains unchanged
for months. Avoset whips fast,r
stays whipped, and is always '
healthful and delicious.
A marvelous whipped cream!
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER MISST-'
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NEW CHAPLAIN WELCOMED Albrook's newly arrived protesttinl i chaplain, nat "S!" -rick
EZiean, hla.wlfe, sarah, and son Frederick were-guests of honor recently at a re reception
ception reception given W Albrook'5 Protestant Chapel Guild in the basement of the Base Chapel.
Also shown are Vs. Virginia McGovern, former GuUd president and Mrs. Elisabeth Boyd,
hostess for the-occasion. j
ti.". aim i
Walter Bnnv Jr.
SUrtsr Graduate School
w n 1 1 fr k mfiiiiv .i i niiii ui iivi.il i-
and Mrs. Walter Jfi. Benny of Jiai-
boi will leave tomorrow, oy
plane for Florida wnere he twiu
enter the university oi x lonaa ior
graduate work in biology .. Mr. iien-
ny graauaiea irora me umversny
of New Mexico in June with Hon
ors. He is a memoer; .oz several
honor societies including Phi Sig
ma, me iMaironai jdioioky ioocieiy:
Phi Delta Kaooa. National Educa
tion Society- and Phi Kappo Phi.
Linen Shower '
Given For ,
Mrs. Alexander P. Lim, Jr. and
Miss' Virginia R. Kam entertained
jointly at a linen snower srveu in
tha Garden Boom of the Tivoh
Guest House on Saturday i after
noon, in nonor w raui'iirti
Chutisv whose engagement to- Mr,
Kubenv Angula was recently n.
nounced by her parents.
uMtf IncludM tt)r1dnfiStds
rtd foriHer 'classraater M .Miss
Kim end Mrf. ZoiU dt"Mt c ta.
mother-w the bnde-to be. Mrs.
Miherva Riot, mother of thr vros-
pecnv sroom,' 'jwrs. ifaDei ae
Fernandez. Miss Chutls' 'g r a n d-
mother. Mrs. Albert H. Asvn. Mrs.
Marcela de Martin.Mrs.'Livia de
Guardia and the Misses v E 1 1 y
Fong, Vllma Ramirez; Zenia and
Adela Diaz. Marta and Lilv de la
Eipriena, Mercedes Sole, Margari
ta Latorraca. Velvia Bngas. Glo
ria Samson. Migut Richa. Adelai-
da Fernandez. Alba Chutls' and
Pearl M. Kam.
Con tin (i d
evening. .Over eighty -guests from
both aides o$ the Isthmus gathered
to greet miss ivam una enjoy we
buffet supper prepared by her sis"
ters. w ; f f
Mlss'Fearl Kim l
At SursriM Pert :."- v
UTicfl Par1M ITam. aria .iiMvla.
d at a birthday barty clven at
Oie lamuv residence in San Fran
Coco Solo "Wives
Giv Far Coffee
i A farewell coffee was held by
the Coco Solo Navy Wives' Club
Tuesday morning in honor of de-
parung presiaem ivira. oeuy o.
Andersonf 4 who as. returning ,v to
the states. Coffee and rolls were
enjoyed by, 16 members including
the guest of honor and the ciud s
sponsor, Mrs. James E Whitnener.
A going awaygift was, presented
to (Betty by the ciud. 1
s The next monthly business meet meeting
ing meeting will be held in the new club
room Quarters No. 242 Wednesday
Sept. 18, at 7:30 p.m. All members
and prospective members are urg urged
ed urged to attend.' ''.,
'.(CONTINUED ON PAGE ft
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'The 609th meeting of the Medl Medl-eal
eal Medl-eal Association of the Isthmian
Canal Zone will be held in Ward
17, Gorgas Hospital on .Tuesday,
at T:Q0 p.m. ''
The' following scientific program
will be presented:
"The Pathology of Epidemic
Hemorrhagic Fever." by Dr. Ha Harold
rold Harold Mondragon, Chief, Laboratory
Service, Gorgas Hospital, Ancon,
1'".;'-: t --t
' 'A buffet dinner preceded by re refreshments
freshments refreshments will be served by Mr.
eisco ae it -caieta ? Saturday Wallace, at 7:00 urn.
i i z-uj-xj: .V'tf r.rt
Justice Hugo Black
Marries Secretary ;
In Private Ceremony
ALEXANDRIA. Va.. Sept. 13
(UP) Supreme Court Justice
Hugo L. Black married his secre secretary;
tary; secretary; Mrs. Elizabeth S. Dementte,
last night in a private ceremony
at his home.
'I Black. 71. and his bride, 4!L
kept the wedding quiet and news
of the ceremony leasea out oniy
today. It was Witnessed only by
memDers ot ue lamuy,
Mrt.' Black had served as sec
retary to the justice for 30 montns.
She Is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs1. James K. Seay. lormeriy 01
The marriage is Black's second.
He has -three children by his first
wife, Josephine Foster, who aiea
in 1951. '-
fri. Black Is' divorced from
VtpA Dameritte. -of Fairfield.
Ala They had- two children.
She .forme'rij' worked" f for ii
years in the reaerai .uiainci
Court- to Birmmgnam. wniie mere
she learned that Black was look looking
ing looking for a secretary and wen to
work for him March 10, 1955. :
The weddinil waa performed, by
tha Rev.- Dr. A. Powell Davies.
pastor of All Saints Unitarian
Church' of Washington. It was at attended
tended attended by Hugo Black, Jr., Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham attorney; Miss Jose Josephine
phine Josephine Black, the jurist's daughter
who lives with him here; Mr.-, and
Mrs. Fred J. Demeritte, Mrs.
Black's son and aaugnter uwaw,
and Mrs. Seay.
Tha lurist: a former Alabama
senator, was appointed to the Su
preme court Dy rresiueut tn tn-Mn
Mn tn-Mn D. Roosevelt In 1937. He is one
of three Roosevelt appointees still
. 'on the high bench.
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Preferred In Maine
'By GAYNOR MADDOX,
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t1B swimminir coach :
A delightful change of setting
was enjoyed by members of Ft.
Kobbe Officers' Wives' Club when
their monthly Coffee and business
meeting was held under the bree breezy
zy breezy bohio at Kobbe Beach. Mrs.
M. W. McClaren, Chairman, Mrs.
W. W. Gelston, and Mrs. D. E.
Newport, hostesses for the morn morning,
ing, morning, greeted members and guests
amid a setting of driftwood and
sea shells. Guests and new mem members
bers members were pinned with name tags
of real sea shells.
Mrs. Stepehn D. Noyes, presided
over the business meeting. After
welcoming new members and
euests. a report of each commit-
ti' activities was made by the
respective chairmen Donation of
$100,090 was mad to' the Post II II-.brarjMoiN
.brarjMoiN II-.brarjMoiN the- purcbMfciof r h 1 1-dren-books.
The proposed revision
of the club's Constitution was put
like Qciqareffe should
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(U.S. Army rnoio;
to a vote and unanimously pass
ed. Future meetingsnof the club
are scheduled for the third Thurs
(Jay of the month.
New members weloomed Into
the club were Mrs. Jeanne Smith.
Mrs. Elsie Chase, Mrs. Charlene
Hall, Mrs. Ruth Richmond, Mrs.
Jane Javnes. Mrs. Irene Beler,
Mrs. Clara ,Airall, Mrs. Dorothy
Basye, Mrs. Helen Anderson, Mrs.
Ellie.Boyett, Mrs. Maxine Knight
and Mrs. Kegkia Konvicha.
A farewell corsage of woodroses
was presented to Mrs. Howard
Geibel, departing Thrift Shop
Chairman. Door- .prizes were at
tractive beach towels.
American Lesion r J -Gives
Bingo Psrty,, ,
A Carna Hasoital .,.. .-.,.,)
Th American Legion 'Auxiliary
UniJ No. J,", Department, of Pano Pano-mi.
mi. Pano-mi. under the chairmanship of
Mrs;. Mary E. Becker gave Its
monthly bineo narty af the Red
Cross Recreation Room of Gorgas
"All ambulatory and wheelchair
patients who could attend, enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed this convalescent activity. Priz Prizes
es Prizes of cards, checker, sets, socks,
keychains, small flashlights for
pocket use were given out. Re Refreshments
freshments Refreshments consisted of cigarettes,
cake, and punch.,.
Assisting Mrs. Becker were Mrs.
Dorothy Knox and Miss Dorothy
Knox, junior memher.
At 8:00 pjn.
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
On the screen:
"SINS OF JEZEBEL"
Today IDEAL .20 -.
Fess Hirker In
Richard Basehart in
"FINGER OF GUILT
Rnplrianrl me. Maine oople
want their lobsters just plain boil
ed and served with lots of meitea
butter or margarine and pickles.
Charlie Boetsch. district super
visor of wardens of the State De
partment of Sea and Shore Fish-
enes, joid s that.
He guided us' through Sim's
Lobster, Co. at Sprucehead n e a r
Tennant's Harbor. We : saw nun-
dreds of lobsters in anks, waiting
to be shipped live in ice by truck,
train pr plane to .hungry lobster
lovers all over the country. Along
side the plant, thousands 01 otjer
lobsters waited in" a huge pound,
fed by sea water. There are sev
eral of these lobster pounds along
Lobster fishermen go out in
boats and bring them into tbe
plant to sell. They must be no
more than 5V4 inches id. length
from eye socket to end of body
(where that succulent tail bgms)
or less than 36 inches. It's up to
Charlie and his men to levy fines
on violators.' The young supervi supervisor
sor supervisor of sea and shore wardends
does more than police -lobsters, tie
The Shock Story Behind The Rock 'n Roll Generation
"FOUR BOYS AND A GUN"
Release Tomorrow and Sunday at the
"DRJVE-IN" Theatre ; ,
Ktan Robin and his Tieertown Five, famous jau group,
play themaelves in the United Artists release, "FOUR
BOYS AND A GUN," which will open tomorrow and Sun Sunday
day Sunday at the "DRIVE-IN" Theatre. i 1
The scene takes place In a dance hall-packed with
rock and roU addicts who literally tear the place apart. The
extras, and there were at least a hundred of them, had a'
fine time as the Tlgertown Five continue to play between
takes for the amusement .of all. T : '.-"--4
"FOUR BOYS AND A GUN" Is the story of four Juve Juvenile
nile Juvenile delinquents who stage a holdup and kl a policeman.
Their personal dilemmas are reviewed as they sit In the
D.A.'s office awaltlnr to find out if the death penalty will
be asked for them. Advt
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you. First, most of the work is eliminated.
You make pancakes the modern quick way
with Aunt Jemima. And when you follow the
simple instructions carefully, off your griddls
come the most appetising, smooth-textured
pancakes you could imagine.
So be a better eook ... and get lots 0 com-1
pliments. Buy Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix
today and surprise EVERYBODY tomorrow!
can cook them Maine style and
told us how" he does it.
AMINE BOILED LOBSTER
, Choose a small lobster, weigh,
ing from lu to XV pounds. Have
a pot of sea water boiling rapid rapidly.
ly. rapidly. (Where sea water is not avail available,
able, available, use fresh water with enough
salt to make definitely salty.)
Plunge live; lobsteri head first
into the brine, on af a tim e,
bringing the water back to aboil
between each1 "addition; It4s im
portant to boiL lobsters rapidly,
as siow Domng maxee mem iougn.
A lobster should boil 12-18 m i n n-utes,
utes, n-utes, depending on size. Remove
lobsters, dralnt andcool susnuy.
When cool, use a sharp knife to
split the underside,1 beginning at
the tail. Roe and liver are edible,
depending on individual taste. Dis Discard
card Discard intestines. (This is easily
(fan bv washing snht lobster un
der.liot, running water.) Break
big claws with hammer or nut nutcracker.
cracker. nutcracker. :
DINNER: Lobster cocktail boiri-
ed ham steak, whipped potatoes,
fresh corn and lima beans, enrich
ed bread, lettuce and tomato sal
ad, blueberries, leftover cake, coi-
fea. tea, milk. 1
iwst arthttr L.- RRT7BER.
rharr nf officers asuienment
sion of the deputy chief of staff, personnel, headquarters, ca4
ribbean Air Command, Albrook AFB, was presented thecoma
i mendatlon Ribbon this week by MaJ. Gen. Truman. H. Landonjl
v commander. Caribbean Air aromand. The ceremony tooif,
.niarK in tendon's office The
? outstandln nertorlnanct of
nuarters, flying training
US Policy In
rAinro KentI 13 UPV-The Mid-
t nwi acencv reborted today
tho, killing of nine Syrian civilian
and three jueoaneso pouccmeu .w
a border f clash that pointed up
himitf th mountins tension, be
twppn Soviet-Influenced Syria and
k nrikWcatArn. neiffhbors. v
- . . it 4
Annthrr oisoaiCB ironr m..ti.rtin
Egyptian government sponsored
news agency, said that Israeli
troops occupied the ; Arab village
nf .Tawainc in mi aemuuarueu
frontier zone between Syria and
Israel for four hours yesterday,
Violence along Syria's borders
coincided with increasing interna
tional concern- for neace in the
Middle East aid new charges and
counter-charges between the Unit
ed the Lebanese police commana
tho mla irh i, nlivinv in the
Heart Attack Kills
Albert E. Cdbo, 63,
Mayor Of Detroit
rjwTnorf: 'Seot. 13 UP) May
or Albert E. Cobo. who started
out in the candv business and ran
for governor in 1956, died last
nlstif a haart attirlr. 1
Cobo, 63, was stricken at his
home yesterday. Doctors at Hen
ry Ford Hospital, where he was
taken, said he rallied several times
before he dramed into a coma.
His condition was described as an
"acute coronary, ocelusionr
Cobo. a native Detroiter who
described himself as a 'small busi business
ness business backer at heart." was may
or in Detroit's non-partisan gov government
ernment government sines 1M9. He did not
seek re-electioa to the post this
year and was scheduled, to step
down Jsa. 3.
City Council president Louis C
Mirianl. who had served as act
ing mayor several times, took o o-ver
ver o-ver Cobo's post under provisions
of the Detroit charter. Miarianl
was running for mayor and in a
nrimarr election last Tuesday
swamped the other nine candidates
bra huge margin. r
Showing af Your Struct
CtnUr Tfoattrs Tonight
8 A F A R
DIABLO BTS. T:M
hearth vs. Frying' f aucen
Lata show 10:30 pja.
FOUR GIRLS IN TOWN"
I G ATTN 9:N
MARGARITA :15 Til
-THE QUIET GUN?.
Lata show 10:30 pjn.
WITH. A fiW
PARAISO :1S 7:5S
REBEL IN TOWN"
Lata show 10:30 pm,
THE FETTY GIRL-
LA BOCA l.M
hCALUNG ALL MARINES
rHEART OF VWGIXL4"
SANTA CRUZ :1S 1:U
PTHE WHITE 8QCAW
htfISS gADIE THOMPSON
branch. Dersonnel actions divl
award was made for1 Gruber'ij
duty while assigned to Head!
air forct, Waco, Texas,
These ., were today'! develop
ments: J. -(The
Mideast news agency quo
ed the' Lebanes police comman
as saying nine armed Syrians an
three Lebanese policemen did' t
day in a border clash. It Was th
first major: bloodshed since 6yr
received ner arms smpments iroi
Russia and Lebanon adhered t
the Eisenhower. Doctrine again!
communist aggrcssloa in the Alia
die East.- I
A 'Syrian military spokesmsf
confirming the M.K.N.A. dispatel
said IsraeU forces drove Aran
habitant! from Tawafik ana e
ried out man making operatioi
Before' withdrawing later the sam,
day. Syria said six armored can
and two pickup trucks carried ov
the brief occupation over the o
lecuons oi me uua niuoi m
itary Armistice Commission,
Ridio Moscow said that If.
poUey in the Mideast could briq
"the flames of a treat fire
war." It charged American "id
neriallsta" with earvinc out
policy Which could "scorch aW
the area which are not in the 4
rect neighborhood of Syria." TH
warning was oirectea especjau
in wasnineton. me state uepar
ment in an unusually, snarn mas
accused Soviet Foreisn Ministd
Andrei A. Gromyko of lying abov
American actions, in tne wai
East in an effort to undermirt
world neses. Gromvko accuse
the U; S. nf plotting intervention
in Syria. The State Departmen
scensed Gromvro of attemotlng
creata "chaos, confusion, an
tear. t ,v
In Cairo. Syrian Army Chief d
Staff Gen. Aflf Bizri and militar
intelligence chief Col. Abdel Hairi
id Serral arrived for surprtie eon
sulfations with Egypt's air mini:
ter and oramander in chief. Ma
lit, adqux uaaim Amer. in
meeting was interpreted as intend
ed to tighten plan for applicatioj
of their defense pact in the even
of aa attack on Syria. -' ;. .; I
la Amman. King Hussein, re
turned home from a Spanish v
cauon to.De freeted by otiiciai
who have expressed growing tori
Cera over wnst tbey termed to
mounting Communist threat frorj
syna. new earned wire Dan-
cades went up in the Jordan capi
tal during the day and nearly twi
a oxen leens moununc machin
guns convoyed Hussein .to his nil
ace xrom us airport.
special guards were set up tt
prevent illegal shipments of ara
into Jordan from syria.
The Mideast news agency esid
today's Lebanese-Syrian clash
currea tms mtonung wnea mori
than a score of armed Lebanese
entered Lebanon and were cha
lenged by a large patrol of Lebf
aaese gendarmes near th horde
Tillage of Deir 1 Aahayer.
The twa groups exchanged rifl
fire after the Syrians rfused ii
The Syrians fiaallr withdrew
across -the bordr pursued by th
Lebanese who retreated when Syr
iai army suits appeared ."to pro
teet tne &yrua band," jl.JE.r4 .A,
7.-00 TODAY! 9:00
1 SU CAR1
B,J' TONY CURTIS
Glorte D Haven in
"SO THIS IS PARI
I In TTCHWTCOtjOR!
I SAT. yrv. yrox i
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9 frank Sitteei Terry Groea i
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CAMP BITTRD C;U S:ll
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Foreign Aid To Be Cut Off
From State-run Industries
i - -,
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The government announced today
i..t Tt t,,ni nit down on foreign
aid to government-owned Indus Indus-,
, Indus-, .! iM h ffnrr to en
tries uveisrao - --
courage private U.S. investors to
intn f'np.wlv developing coun-
tries. . ,
Be acuon, w u,tu -substantial
saving in foreign aid
tiring roreigu iu
IB. Hollister. Officials said about
25 per cenl oi ioieig"
aid lunai nav uecu uiu
grants for such government-owned
projects as industrial and mining
interprises. Loans for such public
projects as roads, scnoow. nari
VT.i. t a. 4 VnmHl Will not
aeveiuuiiicut r" :
ha affected. 7 r,"
wK&i or3er s.idhat hence hence-forth
forth hence-forth the International Cooperatloa
j:.t..;nn "nrlll nnrmallV not
M prepareu w ini"-
owned" enterprises, aUhough
.... U. .vnantintll It
"mere roy u r:
means private Investors should
. fji.t.l -JJ vUof urn nlflV
une oiiiciBi u mib 7 v i-"
. ... i V. 4 m whan UfA
help socialize a nuuuu r
Clng BOVer"Uluk rniTOr
TJ,, 1i amnhallTed that
DOVER, Del. (UP) Servel,
. i- tt e manufacturer
inc., me ouiy ,u, .
of gas refrigeration, will dispose
. ii it. KannoA nf mors
ox au ii mvm-
than 25 million dollar! hi losses
suffered' since iwi. .
pany i twnuiuvMino --and
and --and defense division plant to the
Arkansas Louisiana u
President juuncau v.
announced, however, that tne
rm wouia conuuue -"
7 .k onmnanv
tlon Dt Buying iium" f ;
He estimaUd that after sale of
" i -! aaoAta it
all company pny.ic.i -----"
i ...;iak1a mnr t n n
15 million doUars plus a tax ad-
vantage u muuou
be spread over the next five
yeirs. uuircm ii.uu.-v.
aome 16 million dollars.
Menzies said creditors wish the
m a. i uimi otner
line of business rather than
liquidate tne corporauon
the directive was not issued for
The directive was issued amid
I these other foreign aid develop-
Assistant Defense Secretary
Mansfield D. Sprague said con con-gresional
gresional con-gresional cuts in foreign aid con-
trontea Americ iiaci
creased risk of Red aggresion in
"years immediately ahead. He
reterrea to me uu
cut in President Eisenhower's re-
' . An j r. n Ann nft !n m 1 1 1 Q IT
quest iqc j2,mu,uw,wv iu
sprague, wuu i- '. ."
the Defense Department,, said
super-sonic aircraft an anti-sup-
marme e q u i p m e i wuuiw
siasnea. ; ne .iw.-u 4 "viV- j F -7
.. .. u. Alu...n.'i,H,iliniilrB -u.
nary mcniiie. oyim
fore the National Security lndus
vi iai rricun
secretary, oi n ,;
Dulles declared that the United
n. .... l 1. fcrintirllu-matinnc
aiaies mun uei ic-uj
with foreign aid funds if war is
to be avoided. He said Americans
musi maw u re
not going to have war.
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Beat en Dodger sRea
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Braves Dispel Notions
jflieyVe Folding With 2-1
Clutch Win Over Brooklyn
By MILTON RICHMAN
NEW YORK, Sept. 13 (UP) There was a fam familiar
iliar familiar folding sound in Milwaukee today but thurtuoe
it was the beaten Dodgers, who were merely folding
their tents and getting ready to go home.
Quickly dispelling any notions of
a coUapse such as they experienc experienced
ed experienced last year, the Braves beat Brook
lyn, 2-1, last night to take a five five-uine
uine five-uine lead in the National League
race and all but nock the Dodgers
ut of it.
MHwwaukac with 15 gme re
maininf. nov neeaa oniy n
:..r-;" v,rh th. nr.usnt.
ir- .i.hrm. back. U!
fuTaboui'coaV to trout out the
Sd slogan, "wait unHl nex'. stV,"
The sectad place Carainals are
five gama off the pace ad evtn
though manager Fred Hutchinson
hopefully keeps talking up his
club's chances, they ara anything
Tn Bravas elleed only.foui;.
hits c southpaw Danny MeDa MeDa-vitt
vitt MeDa-vitt last night hut thav tw
f tham In hwiith Inning to
acora tha winning run.
Johnny Logan oepened the ninth
with a walk' and raced to third on
Wes Covington's single. Nippy
Jones forced Covington but pinch pinch-hitter
hitter pinch-hitter Del Crandall slammed a
ingle over right fielder Carl Fu Fu-rillo's
rillo's Fu-rillo's head to bring in logan with
(Brooklyn threatened in the top
SIGNED BY REDLEGS
CINCINNATI (UP) Dave
Skaugsttd, a 17-year-old left-handed
pitcher from Compton Calif.,
who signed with the Cincinnati
Redlegs for an undisclosed bonus,
will be in uniform Friday night
when the Redlegs meet the Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Phillies at Crosley Field.
Skaugstad, according to Cincinnati
General Manager Gabe Paul, is
not a bonus player and can be.
xarnea in ai any time.
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I nf the ninth when Pee Wee Reese
walked and took third on Duke
Snider's single with two out but
Gr! Hodges popped out to end the
Bob Trowbridge, who relieved
tarter Bob Buhl in the fourth in-
! nintf. limited the brooks to four
liits the rest of, the -way; to gain
header onfy other N.L. action
scheduled, was postponed because
ox iain. j
In the American League, the
White Sox downed the Red Sox,
7-1, cutting the Yankees' lead to
five games and setting the stage
for their final '.'showdown series"
wjth the Bronx uomoers
Al Lopez' Chicago hopefuls
meet the Yanks for' the last
time this swason in a two-game
aeries that wi llstart today with
southpaw Billy Pierce (19-10) eft
the Whilu Sox facing left-hander
Whitey Ford (9-4).
Right-hander Jim Wilson became
the first American Leaguer to
beat Boston five times this sea season
son season yesterday when he scattered
nine hits in gaining his 14th victo victory
ry victory for the White Sox. Nelliff Box
led Chicago's 14-hit attack With
three hits while Sherm Lollar drove
in three runs. Luis Aparicio hom homered
ered homered off loser Frank Sullivan.
Detroft cashed in on errors by
Herb Plews and Neil Chrisley for
six unearned runs and an 8-5 vic
tory over Washington. Senator star
both miscues as ne sunerea nis
19th defeat. Ray Boone and Frank
Boiling homered tor Detroit 10
heln Duke Maas to his 10th win.
Rain cancelled the only other
game icheduledjagtween Baltimore
ana Kansas uiy. ;:,
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Anftlei tad San Fcaodsoo. On ich
ofgerrkeyoa prt.Trteadenf enr-
Army Private First
To Gain 14-Finals
In U. S. Amateur
RROOKLINE. Mass. (UP)
Mason Rudolph, a 23-year old!
Armv Drivate from uarnsvue,
LTenn., became the first goiter to
reach the 1 quarter-nnais n ne
U.S. Amateur ehampionship tiaay,
scoring a 4 and 3 victory over
Larry Cook,: a deputy sheriff from
Wrightsville Bend, N. C. Rudolph
gained a 2 up lead as
he shot a one-over-par 36 on the
front nine while the 30-year old
Cook, who playes cross handed
also had a 3ts. ituaoipn was one
under par for the 15 holes it took
him to beat Cook, shooting 10
pars and three birdies to offset
Two of the birdies ca ne on me
back nine, on long par-five holes.
Cook was three over par for the
v Cutting to Four
It was a humid dav as the 16
survivors teed off for the first of
today's two rounds of 18-hole mat
ches which will reduce the neio
to four semi-finalists by nightfall.
Semi-finalists will meet in 36-hole
matchs" Friday with the winners
going into Saturday s 36 note
Gene Andrews, a 44-year-old Los
Angeles insurance salesman, fol-
-Wlowed Rudolph into the quarter
finals, beating British walker; cup cupper
per cupper Alan Thirlwell, 4 and 2.
MORE MOKE MORE
Graziano Bets Ray
Will K. 0. Basilio
In First. Round"
'NEW YORK (UP)-Rocky Gra
ziano. who should be a ton au
thoritv on middleweiehts; vs wel
terweights, bet $100 against" $1,200
today :; that hugar Kay Koomson
will knock but Carmen Basilio in
the first round.
During his turbulent career, ex
middleweight champion Rocky
fought so many 147 pounders he
was called "the best middleweight
in the welterweight division.
Graziano, now a television and
movie actori 1 said 'Tin picking
Sugar .Ray ito knock out Carmen
within five rounds, 'but fit icould
happea inf the Htsi round. dSo
whea a jfellow'(;pfferedi me 12-1
By BEANS RIARDON
Written for NBA Service
QUESTION: How many
three ball-three players performed lor all
Answer: Fourteen John (Dir (Dirty)
ty) (Dirty) Doyle, UW-1905; Wee Willu
KaeJer, 1892-1910; Ernie Krueger,
1915-1921; Fred Merkle; Rosy Ry Ryan;
an; Ryan; Zack Teylor; Burieigh Grimes;
Lefty O'Doul; Waite Heyt; Tony
Laiieri; Johnny Alkn; Linus
Frey; Bobe Newsem; and new Sal
Q. Hdw can a batter who singles
safely to the outfield hit into a
double play? Wayne F. Lewis.
'"A.. Harry Andersen of the Phil Phillies
lies Phillies did it in the ninth inning ef
the second genu ef a doublehead doublehead-er
er doublehead-er at Ebbets Field the other after after-noon.
noon. after-noon. Duke SnloW threw Ed Bou Bou-chee
chee Bou-chee out at third base and Ander Andersen
sen Andersen was caught in a run down
Your Choke of
BEST SMALL FRY BOXER Col. Arthur P. Hurr, Afbrook
Commander, presetns Johnny Barbara with a' trophy for being
the outstanding boxer among the ffsmall try" contestants
that recently put on a' boxing show at the Albrook Base Gym.
The program marked the end to the Summer Boxing pro program
gram program at Albrook.
Jim T. Blair Must be Shown
He Can t Win U.S. Amateur
By OSCAR FRALEY
BROOKLINE, Mass. (UP)-Jim
Tom Blair, a massive young man
from Missouri, as going to nave to
be shown that. he can't win the
U.S. Amateur golf championship
hut one wav or another he ai-
ready'has won designation as the
Jimmy Demaret of tne simon pure
shotmakers. ' 1
Jim Tom's pappy is a distin
guished gentleman named James
T. Blair, who, t incidentauy, ow
mavbe not too incidentally t that,
happens to bi thev; goveTnof of
Missouri. Arter au'r Jim.; xom
stumped the Missouri' crosroads
for hiss sire and the gou crowd ts
certain that won a lot of votes.
Because this affable young be
hemoth, a 220-Dound slugger who
delights In knocking the cover off
the little white ball, is right out
of the Demaret stamp.
- A Laugh A Minute
At "The Country Club," prob
ably the most sedate cow pasture
in theworld. Jim Tom uses the
Demaret technique of bright witti
cisms and an ever-ready smile to
keep everybody in stitches. He has
the clothes to match, also, the
rainbow hues matching the twin twinkle
kle twinkle of his gray-green eyes.
'Let the milk, stand long
enough," he alloewd breezily after
belting his way into the fifth
round, "and the cream will al always
ways always come ti the top."
Not boastful, you understand.
Just youthfully exuberant, even
though Jim Tom at 26 can't be
classed as a high school boy. Par Particularly
ticularly Particularly when you consider that
he has tried his learning talents
at four colleges SMU, LSU, Okla
homa A and ,M and Missouri and
left without benefit of sheep
"I just never could agree with
how they marked all the papers,"
he grins. "Besides, because of
what you might call political rea reasons,
sons, reasons, the family wanted me to go
4 Flights weekly from Panama
SSSso "lUunbow tourist service tnoni
snts. Bar serrice, at ressonsile prices, and sratis
betwsen-rrMT trmrVs are arailaHs to all pitmnyni -'
to college at home. But when my
sister said she was going to IN or ui ui-western,
western, ui-western, I just jumepd Missouri."
Started As Caddy
Jim Tom started playing gol
after he caddied for Frank Strana
han in a Kansas City tournament.
"I was 16 years old and I've
been at it eyer since," he ex explained.
plained. explained. "But two years in the
Army wasn't much benefit.- The
manual of arms isn't designed to
help your short game.';- Jv t
Wednesday moral a g. he was
three down at the 10th hole against
bod Astietoro or umana. Jim Tom
played four-under-par golf the rest
of the way to win, 1 up.
"I didn't want to go home," he
quipped. "It's a long, ugly trip."
Jim Tom went out in the after afternoon
noon afternoon and reached the round of 16
by dumping Dick Whiting of Roy Royal
al Royal Oak, Mich., 5 and 4. He was
thus three under par for the day.
Global World Series
To Gel Underway
At Detroit Tonight
DETROIT (UP)-More than 100
top semi-pro baseball players
from throughout the world were
assembled here today for the
third annual Global World Series.
The series, a double elimination
event, gets underway at Briggs
Stadium tonight with teams
from Japan, Holland, Hawaii, Co
lombia, Venezuela, Mexico and
Canada trying to keep the United
States from carting off the title
for the third year in a row.
Allen Dairies of Fort Wayne
Ind., won the championship at
Milwaukee last year. 1
or Tourist Service to CefifcfiEiaT
3 EtLUGIr r
kal Lares, mexuaet dinner prepaxea ; xrmiioryourc(rtTenjenirjHau
to th tame standards that apply .7 ; tatxA ad lbs) most cxpianced flriit crewt tfroufbout itht worii.
to first c!a tWvioi, and aemd hf V. : wmnxm mm m ." V';
Lbs sjup experienced cabin sttend- ''::-s-:':'T& jEEZJESi rLVTJT
Teams f J
uu prothers Insur., ;
oiitouv raieaes cars
ran Amencau Cuppers
CanMBiou canaulaus .-
' Von Lost,
Ebonite 4 Royal Crown 0
The Ebonite tornadoes kept roll
ing anu nave wiaeneu me sP ue"
iweeu tneniieives ana s e c o n d
piace. 'men- victims this wee
were the noyai wrowu sou dump
ers, ; ceiiar uccupanis ot tne loop.
me .c-ooiute s 'Mi vantage is uuv
six ami nan poims.
'A'he honor ot leading the lead
ers teli to a memoer vf tue lair
sex wuen Mrnme Morehouse cIick-
ea oil a nanaicap series of t(,
beating 'out her nuoby,vBob by
oue swike, Suiiy bumvan was ai
so near tne top won on. r or tne
Wiu poor Aoyai crowns it was al
so a iauy wuo came uui oesi lor
ner teaiu, uameiy tfuuoy x-niice
with nucp 51b.
C.A. High 3 P.A.A. Clippers 1
The C.A. High Contractors were
on ine reoounu worn last weett s
snulout auu took measure ot tne
ia.a. Ciippeis 3 10,1. ine Cup
pers tooK tue lirst game by 15 pins,
lost "the second bjl 47, out then
fell apart completely, losing the
last game by over 200 pins. In fact
in this nightcap, the clippers aver
aged Jess than one Hundred per
The C.A. High's high man was
Earl Sieving with a 470 scratch
and 534 hdep set, then came John
Toland 511 and Vic Baugh with
518. For the Crippled P.A.A. Clip Clippers
pers Clippers the best was Red Calbot 405
scratch, or 474 hdep.
Smooth-Parede 4 Boyd Brothers 0
The Autoists of Smooth-Paredes
pulled the biggest upset of the sea season
son season when they went into high gear
and left the Boyd Brothers strand stranded
ed stranded on the losing road. The Auto Autoists
ists Autoists just would not give' B o yd
Brothers a lift and hauled away
No game was close and Smoot Smoot-Paredes
Paredes Smoot-Paredes won by the proverbial
mile of nearly 300 pins. All : ffve
members took turns driving
Smpot-Paredes cars at high sped
.'.Marquei 847, rnu'-cuyer S5,
JmriDailey 527, Kafen Guyer S21
and Gloria Marques. 496. v
For the iB.B.'s, whose insurance
policy lor winning lapsed, John
Donelsen had 510 and Jesse Pate
r n M 1 L mL t. j 1.
ait ior Deal scores, ine crouiers,
who occupied first place for' many
weeks, now find themselves only
iyi points out of ixth place.
Mercurie Gem 4 Carrlnaton 0
Joe Bryant and Jack Mappin of
the Mer curio Jewelers took mat matters
ters matters into their hands and fashion
ed a perfect four point gem with
nary a flaw. Jack had a 494 scratch
plus 66 gave him 560 jewel of a
series, and Joe had a 434 scratch
with 129 bonus, meant a flashing
503 setting, f or the carnngton Ca
nadian Liquors, the bottle got
stopped up and only Bud Moore
could give a toast because of his
GIANTS TRADE MOORE
NEW YORK (UP) Halfback
Henry Moore, the New York
iiants No. 2 draft choice last
easori, has been traded to the
Baltimore Colts for a "high" pick
in the next National Football
Leasue draft: M--'-e. who clayed
collegiate ball at s University of
Tniibew eotrirjed first
. raeaA, J2- Street
f ; l 11 -Ti yX 'WtY
3 Editors COMRADO SARCEANT
I IV I IV
NATIONAL LEAGUE i
Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) :
New York at St. Louis (N)
Philadelphia at Cincinnati N)
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2)
Brooklyn 010 00f 0001 7 1
Milwaukee 000 100 0012 4 l
McDevitt (6-3) and Campanella
Buhl, Trowbridge (6-5) and Rice
Pittsburgh at Chicago Double
Only games scheduled
Five Hew Coaches
To Serve On U. P.
Grid Rating Board
NEW YORK (UP) Five new
coaches .will serve on the -1957
United Press football rating board,
which will begin rating the na nation's
tion's nation's collegiate football teams aft after
er after games of' Saturday, Sept. 21.
As in the past, fiv outstanding
coaches from each of the seven
sections of the country- will make
up the board and rate the teams
weekly. Their ratings have be
come recognized generally as the
most authoritative in Ccollegi foit-
ball. . '"-:
the new board members ? are
Aldo (Buff) DonelU of Columbia,
Bill Jtennings of Nebraska, James
Owens of JV a s h I n g t o n, Henry
Red Sanders of UCLA' and Dal-
las- Jprd of Colorado
ifae'flrsi of the 1957 ratlngrwill
be released so aiternoon newspa
pert of Tuesdays Sept. '24. As; in
nast'f'Reasona. thaNratinss will be
Released alternately for Tuesday
morning and Tuesday afternoon
; Each of the 35 coaches on the
boarJ will rank .the top 10 teams
each week. Their selections are
used only to reach a consensus
and neevr on an individual basis
Points are awarded on the basis
of 10 points for a first-place vote.
nine for a second and so on down
to one for a 10th. v
As in the past, the United Press
will award a permanent trophy to
the fo.otoau team cosen py the
coaches as the best in the land.
Arkansas, "was aidelined during
most. of. last, -season because of
, BURRIS INJURED
-. -r .'.
EDMONTOlif. Alta. (UP ) Kurt
Buris, formerly of the University
of Oklahoma, will, be lost to the
Edmonton Esldmoes for about a
month beeause of a broken, thumb.
Purris suffered the injury In Mon Monday"
day" Monday" night's Western. .Conference
game with the Calgary Stamped Stamped-ers.
ers. Stamped-ers. Bob Weber, formerly of Colo
rado A and M, has been ; named
to take Burris
124j, LL J-0670
W L Pet. GB
85 54 .612
, 80 59 .576 5
78 63 .553 8
71 68 .511 14
70 71 .496 17
, -67 75
52 87 .374
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boston (N) -!
Kansas City at Washington-(N)
Detroit atBaltimore (N)
' Yesterday's Results ,"
Chicago ' J00 2J0 3007 J4 1
Boston r ooo 000 1001 9 J
- Wilson- (14-8) and Lollar. f
Sullivan (13-10), Baumann, MH'
narcin and Daley.
Detroit 000 130 3108 10 I
Washington 030' 000 1105 lo t a
Maas (10-12), Byrd and Porter,:
Stobbs (8-19), Abernathyy cie
venger and Courtney.
" (Night Gam) V-
Kansas City at Baltimoref Can
celled, rain). t
Only games scheduled.
13 Svimmers (jet
Trophies On (f II
TV 'Trading Posit
Climaxing the Fort Clayton sum
mer recreation prpgramJust con-
took part in the program appear-:
ed CVN-TV's Trading Post pro- X
6'iH rnuay i a p.m. to re,
ceive trophies for winning in varM
ous classes of swimming and div diving
ing diving competition. ,;
The tropies were presented the
wmners by First Lieutenant John;
G. Grill, 20th Infantry, who acted
as one ot me swimming and-dlV'
iy!jln- aapeewlsora-during tiiecompe)
ling Jones, Ralph, Hill; and Skip
Moore emerged victorious, ra first
second and third place respective ;
ly,vIn. the second class for boyst
Dick Taffe,tBill Beaird and Ar-,f.
thur Lee were one, two and three
winners in that .order. V
In the first class for girls; Bon.
nie 1 Henderson. Susan Rice and'
Sheila Watcher, were first, second
and third place- winners, and 'in -the
second clas for 'girls, Betsy
Twombley, Karen Smith and Mar-'
tha Jones finished in first, second
ana imra maces. ; ,i
In the. third mixed :finais X David .c
Bullet-was first place J wnnJDnfc ;
nis Stokes finished ia'.second nosi ;i
Uon and VickyiMaya placed, third: 'j
Martha rl jones and." David Bu?ei j
could not appear on CFN; k&ie
ceive their trophies and' were tu-et ;
sented their awarda separately. u
RusSell Rice was outstandmg
swimmer' during1 the. Fort CKfton
recreation program while vMik
Taffe wat adjudge outstanding
diver. t.. , T j
ORIOLES SIGN PITCHER'
BALTIMORE ? (UP 1 Richard
Moavero, an 18-year-old left hand?
ed; pitcher from Stamford 'Conn'!
has ben' signed by the Baltimore
Orioles to a 1958 contract with th
club's Fitzgerald. -Ga. farm team
in the .Class O Georgia w Flondi
'League He, reports next Spring. M
s V C I ..
' (IwUfiQ t elscis Ugisloti)
r.m fA n. xr-utt rtr
AA i ch i ri p a Crevs Hill
Town's Wall Kadir
Dangerous In feature
; Mrs.! Elena de BarlettaV elassy Chilean; mare
Embrujada, an upset winner last week,, tomorrow
goes out in quest of her second straight feature race
.victory in the $1,000 one mile gallop forp8"1
imported thoroughbreds at the President, Remon
racetrack". VV; 'N.' Ms
Chivlllngo, Town' Wall and Qra Qra-milla.
milla. Qra-milla. ,
Michirpa was a tAV.cl0B1in?
leeond with Crews HU! third last
week.Cbivilmgo, a fank outsider,
wa$ lso going fast at th$ !.
Gramilla iolded after an Impres Impressive
sive Impressive pacesetting effort to the final
ixteenth where she quit cold. --Kadir,
dropped-in classy was a
strong finishing fourth against
the track's best in a seven f 11 r
long sprint. He was beaten by Ba Ba-r
r Ba-r cancito, Double Four and Gavilan,
while winding up phead of Melen Melen-dez
dez Melen-dez and .Gavilan.
i: Town's Wall, a former topnotch topnotch-cr
cr topnotch-cr staging a successful comeback,
will be going after his third con consecutive
secutive consecutive win here.. Hifi two victo victories
ries victories Were scored In the lower
bracket in seven and six furlong
' The topweighted Kadir may find
his 120 pound impose a bit too
much against this strong field but
the consistent. seven-year-old Argentine-bred
chestnut son of Kil-larney-Escaleta
can be counted on
to give it the old college try.
The five winningest riders per-
, rtmiMW af titAfeATif iifill Vta. In ni.
tvt iti" ay a v vo.t v i
tion in this race. Braulio Baeza,
Helioaoro uusunes w w -board
Embrujada, Fernando Alva-
... u. u laif iin nn Kid r. GUi-
illermo Sanchez will do the boot
ing oti Town's wan aQ Alejan Alejandro
dro Alejandro Ycaza wUl handle Michiripa s
'reins. . , r..
Ani;.k D.v.1 Kin win nue
f milia nH CinHinn Hernandez
has the mount on Cluvlmgo.
On paper, tnis race snapei up
as a prospective thriller. It should
tw a hoflv disoiited event from
start to finish; Ten other? races
are included on tne carovt,
By CONRADO -' ?.
1 Joe's Fiddling Empire1 Cross
6 Blue Sky
8 Pangola 5
Race Track Graded Entries
1st Race 6th Series, Imp. T Fgs. Purse 400 Pool Closei 1
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE
1 Mrs. Halllgan J. Phil. 113 Nothing to.recommend
2 Joe's Fiddling A.Ycaza 11a Should score again'
3 Empire Crosa A. Credl, 108 Not. 1 contender
4 Suntonner V. Castillo 113 Sharpening for classic
ft Coronation D. A. Reyes IClx Would pay juicy odds
6 Money Maker J. Oon. 108 Back in good iorm
2nd Race, 6th Series Imp. 7 FgS.Purse $400 1 Pool
, y 2ND RACE OF THE DOUBLE
lLe Matelot" P.' Alvarez 115 Long' overdue
2 Lyrical S. Carvajal 112 Rate good, chance
Lrtfta Mix J: niizmm n u inoi, wuiui iiiutu
6 My Friend
- 8 Teloreo
i riatlxa ins Wsi nncd BOod
L Oustinea 110 Could make it here
H. Ruiz 105 i-L'ongshot possibility
,P, Godoy 108 Could get up now
B. Baeza 103 -Form, Indicates
' a diii.i innv TTciioltu inti tin
. oonzales 102 Rates chance too
- V f
4 "i i
I By Conrtido Sargeant v.
10 Grand .Finish .Febrero U
11 Battalion te)
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST
always oil CANADA DRY
"High-Ball vifhout Canada Dry
Sfd Race "E" Natives 7 Fga. Purse f375 twA Closes 2:00
ll-Portal H. Gustlnea 108 -Has strongest ? finish
2 Moonshiner S. Hernan. I01x -Must go. lower,;-:.;;
3 Takeaway B. Baeza 115 Nothing .recently j i
4 Damadura ft Sanchez 113 Enjoying best fqrm
k milma T' TI R1. 1 1 S Wnrm indicates V
U v v ... - - r
.f.Tn r. Alvarez 119 ueoenas on siart
4th Race "F" Natives 5 Fgs
k 1 Chlto
Purse 1375 i
! V. Castillo 115 -houlS ,eat thes
H. Ruiz 103 ftan weltf lasV;..
A. Vergara llS Returns from layoff
3. Hernandez 1051 Usually closeup
A. creoiaiQ iu Distance to iming
pool Closes 2:30
Oustinea 10& Has strongest finish
5th Race, ','G" NatlVes 6 Fgs.. Purse $376
J. Cadogan 106 Doesn't seem likely
2 Ollmplco h. Gustines 106 Not in top iorm
3 rOrando O. Sanchez 113 -Could surprise
4 Romancero B. Baeza 113 By far the best
5 Yoylta A. Ycaza 112 Outclassed here
6 Mellizo A. Credidlo 106 Improved this week
k p.r. Snll imn. 6 Tea. Purse S650 Pool Closes 3:40
FIRST RACE OF THE DOUBLE :
vl Blue Sky V. Castillo 115 Chilean newcomer
'2-rSirigfUi r. Gatica 106 Good recent races
3 El Agheila H. Gustinea 104 -Big.disappomtment
4 Narcotdco 7 H; Ruiz 115 Reportedly classy
5 Polo Magnetlco Flores 115 By. Polemon's sire
6 Neeful .t B. Baeza 12 Knocking at door
k.l mk t'mn rn. Pur.iii t.lOft Pool Closes 4:16
2ND RACK OF THE DOUBLE
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1 Sabiondo G. Montero HOx Droppe from tough group
2 Shambollon S. Cam. 110 Showing improvement
-Clybern 1 Ortega 103 Must go much lower
4 Catnberwell J. Talavera, 103x -Not with this rider..
,5 Hunter's Horn G. San. 110 Broken 'wind hampers
GLanero G. Gustines 108 Was never better
" 7 Chulpa r A. Credldio 105 Fastest at getaway
' 6 Garramufio, J.-Phillip 113 Returns in good ahape
- Maria Btuardo Gatlc 106 rWould 4ay off .
,: iu n., n WitJvM t Frs. Purse S42B Pool Closes 4:4(1
""l Ocean Staf Gustlnea' 103 -Ran weU ia ; return
2i-Mimi- h i. Cadogatx 106 Early speed only
3- Riqul A. Credidlo 08 -No longer classy
4 Yoalklto S. Hernandez : lOOx Early speed plus
6 pangola B. Baeza 113 Seems best here
8 tTanara G. Sanchez 110 Back in winning form
7 (Don Qrau T Gatica 103 -Could help entrymate
9th Race, 3rd Series Imp,
I Fgs. Purse f 650
Pool Closes 6:13
1 Mkhlrlpa v, A. Ycaza 112 -Dsitanca suits sty
2 Crtw'a Hill ,; B. Baeza 106 -Partial to route
3 Kadir t. Alvarez 120 Hard to beat here
4 Chlvlllngo. Hernandez lOOx Could be upsetter
5 Embrujada H. Guatinea 115 Back in best form
ft Town's WaU i G. San. 113 In fight to finish
7 Gramilla A. Reyea lOOx Distance, handicaps
. 5 -2
Thm mon hlffrtlv rated ''new
to the local racing picture tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in the sixth race for import'
ed non-winners. They are the
four-year-old Chilean colts Blue
Sky ana row masnevivo uu hid
Argentine five-year-old horse Nr-
vBlue Sky is a hay son of Blue
Boy-Gridola. He is owned by the
Stud 4:30 and trained by Juan A.
Jimenez III, Blue Sky is highly
rated in his native inne. ne was
received in a swap' for, the Irish
horse Royal Stream which will
be Vised for breeding purposes in
Uie SOUin American cuuuujr.
Pole MagiMtico is anomn- m
the fine group of hones brought
here from Chile by Cabrloj Ossa
Vicuna and Is trained by for
mer jockey Salvador 4lmenx.
This chestnut offspring of Polo
SuMnfanta Pax Is by the same
aire as th Once brilliant Pole,
mon. -j-. nv'.,ii;J-t.i'.'f-'!-'.,
M.t.ntih (a tha, moit exnensive
of the three that will goinjomor-
row'S six ruriong sprim. mis oj
get Of Buiiaozer-ue uoqubbs ra; ra;-.i.
.i. ra;-.i. .rtsir.. th. hnt In IVru. He
i th nrooertv of the Studs Rio
Grande, and Eustacio arcia oe
Paredes is hlsvtrainer. '. f
...a. snlit last tvAAk.iii
Charles Mcuuosn. juan reason
his new trainer. The change was
nnt min nn the otnciai nrosram
because the transaction was clos
ed after the programs were maae
Alminar returns to the races
thia week under new ownership
and a new trainer. She is now
Viu Tiiin IjtU 1 j anrl MaU
ricio is in charge of getting her
ready. .--v 1 ; ti
v coronation cay, oougni recenuy
kv ntlffrtM 'Mnrean. is now bsine
trained oy Simeon Alien.
llsh filly by Combat-Dollardick, ar arrived
rived arrived on the Isthmus yesterday.
She is sowned by Carlos and Fer Fernando
nando Fernando Eleta's Haras San Miguel.
Quickie's dam, Dollardick, is a
daughter of the great RockeXella,
sire of Dark Millionaire a n d
Town's Wall. .
Panamanian iockoys Jota Ro
gwos and Iduardo Julian re.
turntd to tho Isthmus after four
years In Nicaragua. ; Rodrigues
and Julian iro employed by
the Somoxa family.
Rodrigues expects to resume
riding here next' week but Julian
appears to have outgrown nis na-
ing days.- He expects to continue
in horse racing as a trainer.
: ,.;, OOO ; :
Mr. Coup.' half-breed chestnut
li.Hu. onlt W Rnval rniin. will
no... c vu.. j 1 r 1
be retired from racing because ot
Sir: -. :
Could you please print in your
widely read sports pages the gate
receipts 01 me two jacn uemy
sey Gene Tunney fights? Would
appreciate details. ,
EDITOR'S NOTE: The gate,
nf this first Tunnev-Demnsev
bout was $1,893,133. The fight
was held Sept. Z3, 1938 witn
Tunney conpini the decision
before a crowd of 120,757 at
Sesquihanna Stadium in Phil Philadelphia.
adelphia. Philadelphia. The second match
attracted 104,943 persons who
paid 62,638,660 to enter Sol Sol-dlers'
dlers' Sol-dlers' Field, Chicago to see
Tunney again outpoint Demp Demp-sey.
a chronic shoulder ailment -which
prevents him from performing as
well as exoecteH. Mr. Coup has
never finished first or second.''
CFIl's Big League v
CFN has announced the follow-
ing. major league baseball broafl-
l 1. J . 1 1 .U i 1 C.
ember 13 through beptembr w.
Any changes in the broadcast
schdule will be announced over
Panorama each night at 6:45.
Sent. 14: Brooklyn vs Milwaukee
at 1:30 p.m.
Sent, IS: Brooklvn vs Cincinna
ti at 1:30 p.m.
Sept. 16: No game
ScDt. 17: Detroit vs. New York at
1:00 p.m. l
Sept. 18; Detroit yt New York 8t
1:00 p.m. .. j
Sept. 19: No game
Sent. 20: Milwaukee vs. Chicaeo
at 1:30 p.m.
, The CFN TV "game of th
itfaAlr11 will foofnrc. tho ; ftnstAn-
Braves vs the Brooklyn Dodgef sf
September 15. This game was orf
ginally played August 23.
, Arrnrdina V t OB unconfirmed
report, the Haras Carinthia ,of
Louis Martini Wednesday ac ac-quirtd
quirtd ac-quirtd the once consistent per
former anT claSslly bred Irish
mara Happy Abode In m novan
swap for tttt native gelding Tin.
U.nnu AhfkAa'k nwner nrlfflnallv
m pyj j c.wwmw m " -u
i.n..i An MnhniM t.h marc far,
the Haras San Miguel's Carmelita
plus a payment m sz.suu in purs purses.
es. purses. However, while Carlos ; Eleta.
uikt thinlcfntf nvpr Julio' (Cholo)
Jimenez' offer, the Haras Carin
thia made their offer 01 Tingat
tnr Usnnv khnAd even tin. Natur
ally. xWo immediately grabbed,
the latter offer and closed th e
deal. Happy Abode will oe seni 10
the Cerro-Punta brood farm of
Martins iff the near future.
, Eleta is probably still kicking
himself for booting this one. ; (
Surumeno, looking better than
ever, is hack in training and will
soon be a visitor to -the winner's
circle. Another former toppotcher
that recently started taking slow
gallops pround the President Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon racetrack's training oval is
1 0O0 -Quickie,
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2 Distingo G. Montero 115x-Always dangerous
3 Grand Finish A. Ycaza 113 -Form Indicates
4 Luisito F. Alvarez 110 Could make it now
6 Escazay . H. Ruiz 116 Has good workouts
6 Pavlnetto F. Gatica 113 Unpredictable
11th Jtace, ,3th Series Imp. F. Purse $500 Pool Closei "1:05
1 Hostlgador H. Ruiz 110 -Not good enough
8 Alhajau. J. Gongpra 115 Could acore .again
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4 (Louvre B. Baesa 110 Could go all the way
6 (Batallon F Alvarez 118 Seems best here
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The Balboa Gun Club will hold a
pistol match Sunday, Sept. 22, at
the Balboa Gun Club near Farfan
The match will be governed ny
National Rifle Association rules.
All military personell, Canal
Zone police, Balboa Gun Club
Bi.mh.ri anil othori inirmtui in
pistol shooting are cordially invit-
Registration may be made at
the range prior to firing. No regis registration!
tration! registration! will be accepted after 8
Entry fees will be $1 per match
plus twenty live cents NRA regis registration
tration registration or package entrance fee of
Firing will begin promptly at 0
Classification will be determined
hv current NRA classification
card: marksman, sharpshooter, ex
pert or master. . :.. '.v'
A tyro class award will be giv given
en given in the event of sufficient num number
ber number of tyro shooters. A tyro is de defined
fined defined as a competitor who has not
previously fired in organised, civ civilian,
ilian, civilian, police or military t pistol
competitions, 'regardless of tho
course of fire composing such
matches. v -
Awards will be medals or mer merchandise
chandise merchandise coupon as desired- for
each match and aggregate. A-
- I. ..ill W. mi). fnllowi
j wax v. w. w
on place ior nun un, mm
for each five omptitorSi or ma major
jor major fractioa thereof, of all calssi calssi-Ccations.
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I Matches wilt consist, oi pna iircu
in order: ;
i Match No. 1 -j
" J22 caliber national match
course 10 shots -tlow lire at 50
yds. 16 snots timed fire at 25 yds.
It shots rapid lire at 25 yds.,
I Match No. 2
! Centr fire national match
course 10 shots slow fire st 50
yds. 19 shots timed fire at 25 yds.
10 shots rapid fire at 25 yds.
' iS caliber national match
court 10 shots slow fire at 56
yds. 10 sboU timed fire a CS yds.
10 shots rapid tire at 25 yds.
match No. 4
Aggregate score of matches 1, 2
and 3. ....
The restaurant will be open for
the sale of eoft drinks, beer and
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' .THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE ; ,J
; FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
PHILLIPS Oceenside Cottages
Santa Clara. Bo 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877, Criitobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
beach house, ona mile past Ca Ca-aino.
aino. Ca-aino. Phona Balboa 1866.
AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's. Santa Clara Beach.
Phona Thompion. Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: Clean furnished
room in best residential section.
Cooking facilities. 43rd Street
FOR RENT: Brand new chalet,
1 "Lome Alegre." 2 bedrooms, living-dining
room, porch, hot wa water
ter water installation. Call 2-2648,
FOR RENT: 2 floor house. Top
floor: 3 bedrooms; bottom: 2
bedrooms. Quiet neighborhood.
Ave la. No. 13, Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT: Space for office.
Compaftla da Seguro building in
Campo Alegre. Air conditioned,
levator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3.0136.
Huie May Pay Fine
In Lieu Of Sentence,
Says Florida Board
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. Sept. 13
(UP) Author William Bradford
Huie will have to pay a $750 fine
to have a six-month jail term a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst him for contempt of ciurt
wiped off the books in Florida.
The Florida Pardon Board
agreed Werinerlav to commute
the sentence, providing Huie pays
Circuit Judge Hal Adams of Su
wannee County sentenced the free
lance writer who lives in New
York, to the $750 fine or six
months in jail after finding Huie
in contempt of court.
The juq"ge found Huie guilty of
trying to influence a court-appointed
psychiatrist in determining the
sanity of Ruby McCollum, a Ne Negro
gro Negro woman once sentenced to die
for the murder of a prominent
' t'Huie had come to Florida to
write a book about the sensation sensational
al sensational case. The book was recently
Corner "H" V Darien St.
i i or
il J TWd and Rug
':( 10 Discount
- P. C. Employment.
I IUEBLERIA IHGLE5A
... 7th. SC sjU Bolivar Ave.
ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Spacious two bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment; 10 Street No.
3, San Francisco Caleta. Tel 3-
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment.'
ment.' apartment.' Screened military inspec inspec-ed,
ed, inspec-ed, one and two bedroom. Auto Automobile
mobile Automobile Row No. 36.
FOR RENT: Very cool furnish furnished
ed furnished 2 bedrooms 'apartment, sea
view, play area for children.
52nd street No. 1-22, Bella
Vista Reasonable rent. Phone 3 3-5024.
5024. 3-5024. FOR RENT: Unfurnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, 2 bedrooms, maids room,
parlor, dining-room, kitchen, 2
baths, garage, $90.00 at Bella
Vista, N. Obarrio street. No. 25,
see De Castro, Avenue "B" No.
9-24, phone 2-1616. Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apir apir-ment,
ment, apir-ment, one bedroom, hot water.
Perejil, Second street No. 1 1
Phone 3-2694 3-0533.
FOR RENT: From Sept. 15th
1957: Two (2) bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, two (2) baths (ona in including
cluding including shower and tub) extra
large fitting, dining room, maid maid-room
room maid-room and bath, and laundry
space.' In select modern apt.
House No. 374. "F" Street. El
Cangrejo, attractive garden and
putting green. Stempel. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-0319, during busines
FOR RENT: Across from El Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, beautifully furnished and
decorated studio apartment. All
modern conveniences. Utilities
FOR RENT: Apartments San
Francisco de la Caleta Comer:
Fourth Street and Fourtm Avenue.
Service Club -At
Mrs. Porris Caldwell, director of
the Fort Kobbe service club and
better known to the men of Kob
be as "Mom." returned to 4he
Isthmus this week after a prolong
ed absence and was promptly greet
ed by Colonel Robert W. Garrett,
20th Infantry commander, with a
certificate of accomplishment.
The certificate, signed by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of the Army Wilber M.
Brucker, lauded the staff of the
Fort Kobbe service club for su superior
perior superior service club programs.
Garrett, in presenting the a
ward, cited Mrs. Caldwell for her
"superior performance of duty and
conscientious efforts towards im improving
proving improving the club as a community
facility for enlisted men."
The fine work of Mrs. Caldwell
and her staff, the colonel added,
"has heen of. great value in maint maintaining
aining maintaining the desired morale at ort
Appeal for Help
The Pacific Little League Is
Issuing an appeal for volunteer
workers for the coining sea season.
son. season. Managers, coaches, um umpires
pires umpires and officers are in a
great demand by the league
which is embarking on its
All men, women and teen teenagers
agers teenagers who want to help should
appear at the Little League
Stadium, Monday .evening,
Sept. 23, at 7:30 pjn. Meeting
will be held in the new leatrue
headquarters in the building
adjacent to the-ball diamond.
Richmond- 000 200 0305 10 1
Buffalo 001 500 OOx 9 2
Parsons, James (4). Dixon (S.
Post (8) and Peden: Craddork,
Herbert (8' and Astro th. WP:
Craddock. LP: Parsons. HR: Ca Ca-ro.
ro. Ca-ro. : Miami
000 010 003 4 7 2
320 005 OOx 10 16 1
; Judson. Bunker (2), Adams
6. Rogovin '71 and Bucha;
jjohnson. crtmian f8 and Ro-I
jselli. WP: Johnon. LP: Judson.
'H?'s: Roselli, Morton, Smith,1
!et of seven p'avoffs)
LEAVe; YOVfL AD WITH ONI; OC OUB
lnteknau UK ruHi.itALiiu.iibs no. j wux nau e) taaA Amu-WBirBi Ave. M, uusu rnm"-" "miw5aTm rnhl Ave
BABUO No 26 "B" Slwet MORB ISDN 4th of July Ave. i St LEWIS SCKVICE-Avo. TJvoU No. 4 FABMACIA ESI ADO UNS 14i cenr v..
H'AKMACIA Ll'X-164 Cenlral Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Pe. de la Ohm Ave. No. 41 rOTO DOMV -Justo Areiemtn. Ave and
VAN-DER-JIS U Btrret No FARMACIA EL BATURRO ParM LafevT
toe Bella vista inaairo. tuuun:
FOR SALE: 1957 Fairlana 500,
radio, safety-pack wsw 4-door,
town Victoria, low mileage. Good
price. 249-A Gatun. Tel. 5-362.
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,
ard. New rubber, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Reasonable price. Call
Navy. Pacific 3016.
FOR SALE: Ford V-8, four
doors, mechanical shift, 1952,
Canal Zone car, excellent con condition
dition condition $200 down, $625 total.
El Panama Hotel garage, Mr.
FOR SALE: Ford Fairlana 5Q0
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.
FOR SALE: 1952 Willys, sedan
new tires and battery. Good con condition.
dition. condition. Balboa 3032.
FOR SALE: 1953 Super Buick,
hydromatic, radio, good fifes.
30,400, actual miles. Good mo motor,
tor, motor, and elegant car. Tel. Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 6106 or Albrook 3269,
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
1953 Ford, radio. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-7044 3-2163.
Are you the right direction for
your auto repairs? Go to 16th St.
Melendez.1 Garage Johnston,
guaranteed auto repairs. Phone
the McLevy way. Body Massac,
Excercislng Machines, Turkish
bath. Trained operators for ladies
and (entlemen. Get results..
, MASSAGE SALON
' r products t.i
J. Arosemena Ave. U-tt
155 Central Ave.
J TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
! Packers Shippers Mover
Phones 2 245 1 j22562
Learn Rielinf at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding' tV Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.aa. Phone 2-2451
at by appointment.
Gibraltar I tie Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama S-0552
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap, Toe.
Women's classes and tum tumbling
bling tumbling for "Little Guys."
For all Information
With F 1.2 Lens
Panama N. Terk Coloa
21 -Year-Old Texan
Shoots Off Feet
To Spite His Wife
FORT WORTH. Tel.. Sept. 13
(UP) Sam Childers, 21. who shoU
off bis feet to spite his wife, said
today "I wish I hadn't done it
Childers. of Meserai Wells. Tex.,
was resting well in a hosDital.
What was left of his feet after a
blast from a'l2-gauge shotgun
was swathed ia Sanaages and
prooped on two pillows.
"I euess it was sort of stupid."
he grinned. He said b and
'r c' four months rehired
" rr a movie .asid) had
vaSht real argumet It
rr' e me f-el b"'." So he walk
ed to his cr. r fc-ed his shot shot-fua
fua shot-fua and blasted awaj
AfiENTft OR OUB 6FF1CRB AT 13-ST
vcoirai Avenue, iz.ioo- xei. jz
FOR SALE: Prince electris
- portable sewlfio machine with
Neechi motor, $65.00. Phone J J-5236.
5236. J-5236. FOR SALE: Golf clubs, factory
new. 50 off list price. Sat of 5
matched Iron (men'sH Nos. 3t
5-6-7-9. Tel. Panama 2-3033.
FOR SALE: Red beys bicycle
for 7-10 year eld. $25.00. Tel.
Curundu 6106 or Albrook 3269,
FOR SALE: Rolleiflex tassar t
3.5, used, $75, incl, caw case.
International Jewerly 155 Con-
tral Are. Phone 2-1803.
FOR SXlE: Hallicrafters com communication
munication communication receiver S-40B,' ex excellent,
cellent, excellent, $55.00. Phona 103,
FOR SALE Save money Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"x 12"
x!2". They are economical, light
'and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco tV Alfararia, S.
A., Via Espafia No. 37-40.
Registration for teen-age' Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom dancing; Cotilien classes to
include the social amenities, is
open from 6:30 p.m. Monday 16
September to 7:00 Thursday, 19
September at Llona Sears' Studio,
El Candrejo, Teh Pan. 3-0327.
I57 COTILLION CLASS
GRADUATES NOTICET The Junior-Assembly
Dancing is ready for. registration.'
Please call Llona Sean, Tat Pan.
3-0327 after Monday, 16 Sept.
Dorese 'Waites school of danc dancing
ing dancing knights of Columbus Hall
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.
New Spanish course for English-
speaking people at University of
Panama from September 16 let
October 31. Classes in morning
hours on Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday. Beginners;. 8:30;
intermediate: 9:30; advanced!
10:30 a.m. emphasis on eonveri
sation. Registration : j ready
opened at Secretary's ff ice.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults Teenagers Pre teens
Balbof 24239. Hamett ind
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Three concrete house, very good
location in Colon.' Good invest investment.
ment. investment. Phone 1190, Celon.
New Clayton Commander Killilae
Honored With Retreat Review
Col. Walter L. Killilae, new com com-manding
manding com-manding officer of Fort Clayton
and the 65th .AAA Group, was
honored with a retreat review at
4:50 o'clock at thef Engineer
Quandrangle, Fort Clayton.
The review consisted of three
provisional battalions made up of
elements from the 903rd AAA iBat iBat-taliin;
taliin; iBat-taliin; U.S. Army Transportation
Service; U.S. Army Engineer Serv Service;
ice; Service; U.S. Army Medical Service;
Headquarters and Headquarters
Battery, 65th AAA Group; U.S.
Army Signal Service; 534th Mili Military
tary Military Police Company; U.S. Army
Garrison, Fort Clayton; and the
17th Ordnance Company.
Music was furnished by the 79th
Army Band. All units are station stationed
ed stationed at Fort Clayton.
Taking the review with Killilae
was Col. Joseph R. Walton, U.S.
Army Caribbean provost marshal
and former Clayton post command
er. In the reviewing stand were
Lt. Gen. Robert M. Montague,
Caribbean Command; Brig.- Gen.
Milton L. Ogden. deputy command
ing generah U.S. Army Caribbean, j
The three provisional battalions
were preceeded past the review- j
ing stand by the commander Of
troops, Lt Col. John C Wilker Wilker-son,
son, Wilker-son, and his staff including Lt. Co.
Joseph P. Micht. Maj. James E.
Davis Jr., and Maj. John H. Roo Roo-ney.
Before assuming command of
Fort Clayton, Killilae was the as assistant
sistant assistant director and executive of officer
ficer officer of the Office of Military psy psychology
chology psychology and Leadership Division,
United States Military Academy
at West Point He served in that
capacity f'om June 1954 to July
of this year.
He reve.ved a Reserve commis commission
sion commission in May 1936 as a second lieu lieutenant
tenant lieutenant and remained in the Re
serves until be entered active du duty
ty duty ia August 1944). In 1943 he was
graduated from the Command and
General Staff .Sch-o!.
His oversea s" assignments before
U-S. Army Caribbean include a
year in the Pacific area, two
yers oa Guam and a year In Korea-
" : i "..
Killiite is a 'native of Boston,
Pass. He was graduated from
Gettysburg 'Academy is 1331 and
attended the University of Penn Penn-svlvsmit.
svlvsmit. Penn-svlvsmit. whfe he received ba bachelor
chelor bachelor of arts degree ia political,
"IP SlTKEET, PANAMA UBRCR1A PBKCIADO-T Street l-iAi3J2M
muwmt f luguuji :.-tmm ":."t
FOR SALE: Overstuffed couch
and chair with slip covers. $40.
Call Fort Clayton 3283.
BEST BUY' IN TOWN Metal
bedi JO" ; With springs 7.50,
'chair 1.00, dressers 6.00, China
closers 12.50, modem vanities
29.00, molorn wardrobes 39.00,
center tables' 7.50 'aluminum
perch chair 9.50, modem studio
couch 59.00, lovely mahogany
bar red upholstery 75.00,
wrought iron dining room sets.
129.00, mattresses 8.00, springs
1 5.00, linoleum 6.95. House Household
hold Household Exchange,' National Ave.
No. 41 Tel. 3-4911 3-734B.
FOR SALE s New reversible ny nylon
lon nylon green and yellow tape blinds,
made by Tropicana. Phono Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3173.
FOR SALE: Vt ft. G. E. re refrigerator,
frigerator, refrigerator, used 8 months, 60
cycle. 8 lb. Kenmor automatic
washer, 60 cycle. 25 cycle West-.
. ingheuse rafrigerator, porcelain.,
Phone Balboa 6317.
Hdffa Ahead Of Teamster Rivals
In Delegate Votes For Presidency
WASHINGTON,. Sept 13. (UP)
Midwest 7 Teamsters coiet James
R. Hoffa has more than twice- as
nany ; delegate votes as au .tnee
of his rivals for the union presi
dency, a United fress survey
Of the 707 delegates polled in a
dozen major centers of Teamster
strength. 492 lined ud for Hoffa,
53 were pledged to one of his op
ponents ana w wert iuiuwcu iuiuwcu-A
A iuiuwcu-A total of 1.924 will be eligible
to vote for president at the Team
sters convention wnicn opens isepi.
30 in Miami. Beach, i ia. A;iqw
of 963! are deeded to elect, -V
The poll was tabulated as sources
close to the Teamsters leadership
said that Hoffa had .considered
withdrawing from the Tace in a
bid to prevent the Teamsters .from
being expelled from the AFL-QQ,
Only Man Qualified
Th source said Hoffa had done
"some soul searching" and hadmeck
asked 35 hiflh union officials and
members of his owri Detroit' local
if he should withdraw, The offi
cials were said to have told Hoffa
he was the only man qualified, to
steer the union through its present
The source said AFL-CIO Presi
dent George Meany had no inten
tion of entering into any deal with
Hoffa in which Hoffa would, quit
science In lijo. In the year follow following
ing following he did post graduate work in
law at the same university. The
colonel also did post graduate work
in psychology at Vanderbilt Uni University
versity University in 1954 and at Columbus
University in. 1955.,
Killilae arrived in the command
Monday aboard the USNS Henry
Gibbins accompanied by his wife,
lone, their four children: Kathryn,
10; Patricia, 8; Janice, 7; and
Nancy, 4; and his mother, Mrs.
Virginia W. Killilae.
SPECIAL RELEASE AT
THE LUX Sept 14
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SU MJM TOHIUUaJai MaUl KSTB
THE SPECIAL TECHNICOLOR SHORT
, w. ---,,-r-r v
; 3-minuU eat wah $1, steam
r cleaning of motor $5,' waxing of
.cars $5. Aute-Baao, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears.
For the best in T.V. and electro electronic
nic electronic repairs, telephone: Panama
3-7607 U. S. Television. i-
The best' 'dinners and drinks,
are served in eor modern air air-eonditioneo
eonditioneo air-eonditioneo oaWeria. gnirand
bar. Hotet InternaeionaL'PU-
- se S'daMaya.
FOR SALE: Field trail champion
plus obedience,, AKC registered
male, 4 year fid Weimarener.
Call 84-6263 or 84-6119 for
interview. ; '
FOR SALE w-Boxer puppies AKC
registered. Can be seen at Qtrs.
12-B Ft.. Davis.' Phone i07263.
th. rafP. in' return for a "guarantee
that the Teahisters would be kept
In the AFL-CIO.
Fieures in the survey of Team'
at or rnnvpntinn delegates contrast
ed sharply with claims by one of
Hot f a s rivals, xnomas. j naggeny
of Chicago, who has said he would
have 750 votes when; the conven
Haggerty, winmng up a nam-
sorming campaign on tne west
Coast, is : scheduled to "seek SUP'
Port of the cnicago xeamsier jomi
council 25 at, a special meeting
Monday.: The : council .earlier had
Sledged to, work lor Hoffa. It con con-ols
ols con-ols : about 10, per; ;cent of the
votes to be cast, 5 :
Haggerty, secretary treasurer
nf a r.hirsirn Milk WaBon Drivers
Local; Teamsters Vice Fresiaent
Thorn as .1;. Hickey of New jrork
and vRep. John .,sneuey u u-Calif)
Calif) u-Calif) ;are". contending with Hoffa
for the 850.000 i year post now
held by retiring President Dave
The United Press survey indi
rated that most of the opposition
to Hoffa, 44-year-old Midwest vice
president, would come from, the
' The Western Conference refused
at a meeting Tuesday in Seattle
to; endorse any of the four can
didates. Labor sources believed
this would help nail down more
deleeates for Hoffa's opponents.
These opponents nave niniea uey
would pool strength behind one
aritl-Hoffa candidate if necessary
to lick him.
- The Western Conference will
Send 486 delegates. The Central
States Conference. Haffas, own
stronehold. has the- largest : mem
bership and the largest number of
votes 712. The Eastern tomer tomer-ence'
ence' tomer-ence' is entitled, to 604 and the
Southern Conference' 83. i
The union's national officers,
trustees and organizers have one
The Uninvited ?
"WESJ ALLIS, Wis! UP)-Resl-dents
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abeth II opened the 46th Inter.
Parliamentary Union meeting to today
day today with 'a '.welcoming speech
praising her own nation's govern governing
ing governing .system.,
"Iam proud,' to say that the
political lite in all the nations of
the commonwealth, of which I am
the head, is based on parliament parliamentary,
ary, parliamentary, government," she said. "We
regard it as both -the proof and
the guardian of our democracy."
The- Queen said, "It may not
please all the people all the time,
but it 'is essential1 if the individual
is to remam free and all are to
be equal before, the law."
Queen Elizabeth, returned from
a holiday. at Balmoral Castle in
Scotland to read the speech pre prepared
pared prepared for her by Prime Minister
Harold Macmillan's government.
' The Queen told the union mem members
bers members that. the. Great Hall of West Westminster
minster Westminster where the delegates
opened their week-long meeting
"bears witness to the durability"
of the British parliamentary sys system.
fi: J ''-r;:J;i''':v'-t-TT;'''.
Britain's first Parliament met
700 year ago in the great1 hall.
The meeting was expected to
erupt into consistent clashes he-,
tween- East and West during the
next i'A week., J. The Communist
nations 'are expected to vote as
a bloc for Hungary's demand for
immediate world disarmament and
for Russia's proposal for an end
to nuclear tests.
(Britain was expected to proD
establishment of an international
police force with more scope than
the current t7.Ni emergency force
i .Th'resolvti.op approved byrlhe
unioh- are designed for submission
to the individual governments by
members of the Parliament. The
decisions, however, are not binding
on the delegates, t
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forleral Intervention Breaks Down
o First Grade Integration in Nashville Schools
DM HAiVD FOR
J' NEWPORT, R.I Sept. 13 (UP)
i President Eisenhower nas cau
'ii' hi. ton Administration lieuten
iu& to the vacation White House
J to join in Ms conierence im w w-A.r
A.r w-A.r .rhnnl integration tomorrow
with the governor of Arkansas
; 'tt.t. vesterdav. the vacation
JVhite House announced that at
orney general Herbert Brownell,
j' .jr. .ni4 Shprman Adams, the as-
sis'tant to the President, would ar ar-'
' ar-' live in Newport early tomorrow
in time tor xne rresiuciu
meeting with Gov. Orval E. Fau Fau-1us
1us Fau-1us of Arkansas.
V F aubas,1 who asked for tK
limeetino; with the President, was
expected to faring advisers of
Wi own, such at Rsp. Brook
iHay (D-Ark.) who my bo the
pootmkor bitween tho Presi President
dent President and tho govtrnor.
Hays is an old friend of the Pres President
ident President and was the chief go-between
In setting up the Saturday meet meeting
ing meeting between the President and the
I' Brownell and 'Adams will ar arte;.,
te;., arte;., in .nffiriPTit time to have a
private session with the President
fcfore he meets the governor.
,The attorney i' general and A-
' ams were not expeciea io su m
in" the entire Eisenhower Faubus
meeting becouse the President and
tho governor may want w nave
lew .words aione.
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tiow-is suffering at the expense
to nnr! times and marriage, ac
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Wisconsin Board of Regents.
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September 16th at 4:00 p.m. Model in bathing suits,
a party dress or evening gown. Mail entries to .Miss
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 1,3 (UP) Federal intervention appeared today to
have broken down resistance to racial mixing in the first grade of Nashville's schools.
Police reported the city "quieter than it has been all summer."
With, racist organizer John Kasper in jail, wid with his followers under the re restraint
straint restraint of a Federal injunction signed by District Judge William E. Miller yesterday,
all anti-segregation activity came to a halt. School officials; made the optimistic an announcement
nouncement announcement that school attendance increased sNghtly and was expected to continue
moving toward normal today. '
Kasper was released from city jail yesterday after posting appeal bond, but was
locked up immediately by Davidson County authorities, who. have charged him with
inciting riots that kept Nashville in an upfroar during the first three days of school.
Prpspntment of the county charge
to the grand jury was tentatively
set for later today.
There was an unconfirmed re
port, meanwhile, that a woman
has told police she was in the car
that carried dynamite, to Hatue
Cotton School early Tuesday.
v Tho school, whtro on Ntgro
attended school Moanday, was
torn by an explosion shortly aft after
er after midnight Tuesday. Police
would' not comment on the re report,
port, report, t
The city school board reported
after a meeting yesterday that
nine -classrooms at Hattie Cotton
will be ready for use again Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, and that school officials are
hopeful the badly damaged build building
ing building can be made ready for full
use again within 90 days. i
"The facts Uterraly cry out for
relief," Miller said in issuing the
It becomes effective at once. He
set 1 p.m. Monday as the hour
for a -hearing on a temporary in in-junction
junction in-junction which could be made per permanent
manent permanent in later proceedings.
Besides Kasper, the restrainer
named the, Rev., Fred Stroud;
John F. Mercurio, Wilson Lee
Brown, James Jarrell, Emmett A.
Carr, Vincent Albert Crimmons,
Mrs. Margaret L. Conquest, Mrs.
Mary B. Stinson, J. A. Stinson,
James Varrls and Paul Mcconnell.
Stroud is segregationist pastor
of a Nashville church and Mer Mercurio
curio Mercurio is a West Coast minister and
associate of Kasper who pinch-hit
for the imprisoned agitator at a
rally Wednesday night. 1
prom 18 affidavits and pho photographs
tographs photographs or other items of evi evidence
dence evidence the names of the others
were selected as having been;
active in the disorders swirling'
round the seven schools.
One of them is a school no more.
The Hattie Cotton School was
blown up by dynamiters early last
Tusday after it admitted one
Negro with 390 whites.-. One of
those named in the restrainer.
Crimmons,' was arrested later for
possession of blasting equipment.
He was fined in city court and
awaits state charges.
The restrainer also applied to
"other persons in active concert
or participation with those named
in seeking to disrupt the orderly
first grade desegrgation."
jney were restrained from in
any manner deterring the attend
ance at school of children in Nash
This included acts of trespass,
boycott or pickve, threatening the
children or their parents, the.
board of education, the school
teachers and even school jani janitors.
tors. janitors. Those named, and any who
might act with them, were re
strained from activity of any kind
wmcn seeKs to compel by force,
intimidation, threats of violence or
definace of the judgment of the
court abolishing compulsory segre
gation based upon race in the first
grade of Nashville schools."
School attorneys soueht to delav
the hearing on the order unth
Wednesday but Judge Miller said
because of the "extreme imoor-
tance" o fthe case it should be
Nashville schools were integrat integrated
ed integrated in the first grade only Monday
Pinal selection for candi candidates
dates candidates for the "Teeno" Queen
will be held Monday Sep September
tember September 16th at .4 p.m. Balboa
Theatre. No one will be al allowed
lowed allowed In the theatre except
the contestants, judges, and
people in charge.
in partial compliance with Miller's
earlier order. The school board
must present him with a full in
tegration plan Dec. 31.-
GOOD FOR 10 DAYS
The temporary order is good for
only 10 days. It was to be served
on those named personally,: and
explained to them what it means,
so that Jack of notice" would not
be a defense in case of violation
Those restrained will have ah op
portunity Monday to say why they
should not be enjoined.
Much of the testimony in the
affidavits dealt with mflamatory
statements by Kasper in his
speeches to, segregated crowds
Segregation leaders spoke of
"quiet resistance" replacing
crowd action in the integration
crisis and hundreds of White
parents kept their children out
At only one school, the demons
School, did integration appear to
be working out in a normal pat pattern.
Of the 510 children enrolled. 505
were present yesterday including
one Negro. But elsewhere attend
ance was off from 50 to 80 per
A total of 11 of the IV Ne Negroes
groes Negroes who enrolled Monday were
present In class. Three had
transferred -back to Negro
Elsewhere in the troubled South:
Dorothy Geraldine Counts, 15,
Negro, failed to return to classes
at Harding High School m Char'
lotte, N. C, after she said tth
lotte, N. C. after She said she
was spit on, pelted and 'pushed in
t)ie halls yesterday. i- r
Her father, a theological profes
sor, said he was trying to decide
whether to remove her sf ion
School. ' V-'ir-'is"- s:::"'
The Harding High principal told
the student body, he would ''toler
ate no further itrouble.'rtf s
Ten other Negroes'- were going
to school with Whites in Charlotte.
Winston-Salem and, Greensboro, N.
C. ' ' ' 'i
With the situation stalemated
at Little Rock pending an in-"
Ships Warned Away
From Carrie's Palh;
No Threat To Coast
MIAMI, Sept. "13 (UP) Carrie
headed toward the North Atlantic
graveyard of hurricanes today with.
little chance of breathing her no
mph winds on land.
The week-old tropical tempest
roughly was paralleling the U.S.
coastline, some 1800 miles at sea.
Weather forecasters wrote if off
as a threat to the mainland, but
warned ships to exercise caution
in its path.
Reports early today put the hur
ricane s center about 1,800 miles
due East of Mimi.
It was heading Northward at a-
bout JO mph. Hurricane force
winds, the highest of which were
estimated at 110 mph, extended
30 miles from the center, while
gales covered 140 miles to the
North and East and 85 miles to
the South and West
'Steam Tunnel' Baby
Coming This Month,
Say Prison Officials
LANSING, Kan. (UP) Prison
official yesterday predicted a
September baby for inmate Mrs
Martha Stachura, 23, who claims
a series of underground trysts
with penitentiary lover Thomas
Hernando Cotton in a steam tun
The couple escaped together, but
were recaptured last May in San
Francisco. At the time. Cotton and
Mrs. Stachura said they held love
meetings ia a steam tunnel con
necting the boiler rooms of the
main women's dormitories.
Cotton, SO, erstwhile boiler in inspector.!
spector.! inspector.! s two miles away from
i his love now, serving IS years for
auto theft and murder inside the
. prison walls. It ts unlikely he will
ever see the child.
Officials at tho state industrial
farm for women1 said sirs. Stach Stach-ura's
ura's Stach-ura's fear of having the baby bora
inside the prison walls has been
lessened she will be removed to
a private nosprisi outside the
walla. She gave this fear -as one
of the reasons she escaped with
Cotton last year.
Her husband. Edgar, recently
was released from the penitentiary
and seat to Arizona where he is
wanted oa forgery charges.
Mrs. Stachura also is wanted In
Amors for forgery, in Denver for
a cewmdrnce racket, in California
for forrery and hi Oregon for
obtamrei anoner ssder false pro-
junction htaring Sept. 20, tt ap appeared
peared appeared six Negro applicants
would transfar to 'a school for
their 'own race.
At Birmingham, Ala., three Ne-
gro boys and two girls admitted
tossing rocks at automobiles car carrying
rying carrying Whites. They were held for
court action. Negroes are seekine
to enter two Birmingham high
schools but no court order has
been issued for their admission.
' At Alexandria. Va.. U. S. Dis-1
trict Judge Albert V. Bryan prom promised
ised promised to -rule "within the next few
days" Arlington County schools, in
the Washington residential area,
must admit Neeroes immediately.
The state of Virginia is attemDt-
ing to keep them out under a state gency. Above, Lt. Don Smith of the 5700th Alr Base Group, Al-pupil-placement
law despite Bry-I brook AFB is shown practicing releasing his parachute har har-an's
an's har-an's integration order.' ness, after supposedly jumping from aircraft. Once In the
At Ozark. Ark., two Neero eirls
dropped out of an integrated
school after a third Neero. a hnv
vrai struck by a book thrown bv!
a white boy when he attmpted
KANSAS CITY; Mo.. Sept. 13
(UP) Former President Trii
man said last night that no
governor can nullify the Feder Federal
al Federal constitution or laws approved
by the supreme Court.
Without referring to Arkansas
Gov. Orval Faubus by name,
Truman, in a prepared state
ment, added tnat "wnen a gov governor
ernor governor cannot' enforce those laws
and decisions, It is the sworn
duty of the President of the
United States to enforce them."
The statement was Truman's
first comment upon' the Little
Rock integration dispute.
Mr. Truman flew here from
New York Thursday to par ticl
pate in the dedication of a
memorial and shopping center
erected on a portion of the Tru
man farm south of Kansas City.
In his statement he cited a
number of similar instances; m
Mr. Truman said in the early
1830's South Carolina decided to
nullify certain tariff laws pass
ed by Congress and approved by
President Andrew Jackson-
"The President informed the
nullifiers that If they attempt attempted
ed attempted to Interfere with the en enforcement
forcement enforcement of the laws of the
United States be would make
a trip to South Carolina and
hang all of them for treason,"
Mr. Truman said.
"The nullifiers believed him,
arid the laws of the Federal gov government
ernment government of the United States
stood the test," he said.
Huck Finn Dropped,
Said To Be Cause
NEW YORK (UP) Mart
Twain's "The Adventures of
Huekleberrr Finn" has been
droDoed as a textbook in New
York's elementary and Junior high
schools, aooarentlv because of
nassases derogatory to Negroes,
The book, which relates the ex
periences of a boy and his friends
including a Negro slave, along the
Mississippi River in the ran cen century,
tury, century, also may be on its way out
as a textbook in New York mgn
Miss Ethel Huggard, associate
school superintendent In charge
of curriculum development, con
firmed that the Board of Educa
tion had failed to renew three
textbook contracts for the book.
She denied, however, that this
stemmed from objecions to the
hook, which is regarded as one
of Twain's greatest works. -Miss
Huecard said the book.
published in 1S8S, was dropped as
a text because It was decided it
was not actually a textbook.
Copies of the book are still avad avad-able
able avad-able in New York school libraries,
she said. .
But aa official of one publishing
firm said school airthoriues had
informed bin that his company's
contract for the book was not re-!
newed because the work rOntatneo
passages derogatory to Negroes.
A contract with another publish
rr ex Dire is 1S5I.
Several orf anisations vocal la
the civil liberties field, including
the NAACP. said they had not
orotested about the book. How
ever, a spokesman tor the KAACP
ssid It objected to "racial .slurs"
and "belittling racial eifaa-j
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fresher water survival course. The Flying Safety program Is
supervised by Capt. Ray Christy, Albrook Flying Safety Officer.
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Declares No State Governor
Federal Laws Constitution
Mr, Truman added that
1860 some 11 states decided
defy the Federal government
because they did not like the
minority-elected president, Abra
"Like Jacksoni" Mr.' Truman
said. "Lincoln decided to Save
the union .and enforce the
"He saved the anion, but he
was assasinated before be
could implement a reorgani reorganisation
sation reorganisation policy." ..-iX: -o'v
Mr. Truman conducted a news
conference on the : sun-bathed
observation deck of the Kansas
City Municipal Airport only
few minutes before boarding
plane for New York to resume
his visit with. Mr, and Mrs. CHH
ton Daniel and grandson, Cllf
ton Truman Daniel.
Mr. Truman cited another ex example
ample example of quelling rebellious ele
"The, radical Republicans In
the Congress inaugurated a re
construction policy that was
most vicious and unnecessary
and brought impeachment pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings against Andrew Jack
son because he was a constitu
tional president," Mr. Truman
"These precedents' establish
the supremacy of the Federal
laws Passed by Congress, slened
by the President and interpreted
by the Supreme Court of the
"The Hth and 15th Amend
ments to the Constitution have
been the law of the land since
their approval," he said.
Mr. Truman said that in the
last 20 years the United States
has become the greatest world
power in the history of the
"This republic Is looked upon
as the leader in the fight for
freedom for the individual and
equal treatment of all citizen
rerardless of race, creed or
color," he said.
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Command practice for enter
preserver and use the many sig-
aircrew members took the re-
in "When the governor of one of
to the great states of, this great
federal union takes his oath of
office he swears on the Hoty Bi Bible
ble Bible to support and defend "the
Constitution of the united
States and the constitution of
his home state." Mr. .Truman
"Laws passed under Ihose
constitutions must be enforced
by the state chief executive just
as they are enforced' by the
President of the United States.
"No governor can nullify;1 the
"Federal Constitution or the
' laws passed and approved by
the Supreme Court under lt.r
"When governor cannot en-i
force those laws and decisions
it is the. sworn duty of the
President of the United States
to enforce them," Mr. Truman
To Dallas Company
For Danen Gas, Oil
DALLAS, Sept. 13 (UP) UDelhl-
Taylor Oil Corp, announced : yes
terday it ,has been granted' a
660,000-acre oil and gas conces
sion by the republic of Panama
ioi an undisclosed amount of cash.
The concession runs for four
years with provision for a 10-year
extension, the company: said. The
agreement also contains royalty
rights for Panama. :
The concession is in the Damn
jungle in the Southeastern rconer
of Panama closet to the. Colombian
border. s .. '
No commercial oil f production
has yet been discovered in h e
Central American republic : i
A new subsidiary, Panamanian
Delhi Petrolera Inc. has been set
up to conduct tne- expurauon
work. -K...v'- -!
BIG RELEASE 4
Fronif Giants Clash
Living UgencJs i
Turbultnf Rivtr Era.1
I 'Homosexuality Protected'
Cbhf identia I sV A t f 6, r hey
Lasheis ; Movielarid Morals
' HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 13 (UP) Baldlsh defense attorney
Arthur i. Crowley today was expected to wind up his effort!
to persuade a jury that Confidential magazine performed
public service" and not a crime in exposing "undesirables."
. Crowley said he would finish his three, days of final Argu
ment late today.
v The prosecution WM expected to counter with a brief clos
inr statement and then the
not before Monday because of
The defense "attorney yester
day launched a searing attack
against the prosecution and the
He chareed tnau movieland
was protecting homosexuals.
He also wanaea proaucer. raui
Gregory as a "perjurer." J
Crowley attempted to nammer
home t& the six men and six
women iurors that Confidential
magazine was being persecuted
instead of "'nrOsecuted -by 'the
chlel prosecutor William Ritzi.
Crowley made it ciear inai ne i
felt there was no basis for the
state's charges of criminal libel
and obscenity against the mag
''noes Rital think it Is a nubile
service to sacrifice freedom of
the cress on the altar of exped
iency to cover up people in this
town who walk around nice xnpy
wear the-'purple of ancient
Rome?" Crowley turned to tn
prosecutor and asked
"There is only -one industry
where homosexuality Is not on only
ly only condoned, but protected," he
went on. v j
Left Stateless By
WASHINGTON (UP) Signing
of a "hardship"; immigration om
h. left 2R.000 refusee Hungarian
freedom fifihters sun men ana
women without a eountry.
PnnPrU failed to include
provision in the bill recommended
hv President Eisenhower to give
the Hunearians resident status so
t hey coum appiy ior cuizeusuiti-
Tne ZB.uuo were aamuieo iu i
roiintrv last vear as parolees.
They are stateless unless they re
turn to nungaiy. .
; Elsenhower, i who signed tne-mu
nt hi NewDOrt.. R.I.. vacation
headquarters yesterday said Jie
regretted the omission by, con congress.
gress. congress. However, he said the new
law will make ; some improve improvements
ments improvements in present practices of ad-
The State Department moved
immediately to grant entry visas
at Toronto, Canada, today to three
European women ,wno Decome ei
igible under the ,new law for ad
mittance because, they have rela
tives.here,. ,t a
Elsenhower also found particu
larly disappointing "the law's' fail failure
ure failure to, revise thi immigration
quota system as well as its fail
ure to lay down luture poucy ior
admission of retugees.
But ReD. Francis E. Walter (D-
Pa.). sponsor of the bilt said it
took 7 care of those in emergency
situations; and removed all "legiti "legitimate
mate "legitimate basis for complaint" about
U.S. immigration policy. He said
any greater flow. of immigrants
might aggravate over -population
problems m some U.S.: areas.
Walter also said it would nave
been "inadvisable", for Congress
to have granted -permanent 'atatus
to the Hungarian refueges he said
more than 100 of them, had beea
found to be threats -to U.S. secu-
- rity and sent home.' i t
0 0 (TODAY)
J:M 4:58 8:54 8:59
' ( The screen turns a searing
spotlight Q a dumping
ground for teen-age 'cons' I
MAMIE VAN DOREN
. LOM NELSON.
case will go to the jury, nrobablv'
a weekend recess. t
Judge Herbert V, Walker, aci
cused Crowley of, conducting a
small stale filibuster when the
attorney rehashed a 13-year old
suit in which Gregory was al alleged
leged alleged to have defrauded an el elderly
derly elderly widow. r, 4 ,
, r a. f '", i' f
"You've" been i reading from
that file for v an a hour and a
half," walker told Crowley, "if
you continue, I'm, going to havt
to Umltyou.-"' y
Weather. Or Not
This weather renort for thav
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
is prepared by the Meteorolo
rlcal and Hydrographl e
Branch of the Panama Canal
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