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"Zfit tie people fcnoto ifce truth and the ternary is safe" ttrAam Lincoln. ,
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PANAMA, R.v P., SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1957
Oct. 21 Has Dccn Set As Date, But .
M l iff, 1 l
'"V 'a-'M ",V' Vr- ' J' n p-j-! '-V
, -. '- "v-
lays May Snag
Th trial of.alid presidential assassin, Ruben O. Miro'and six other Yfnd-
ants "hw farfen et. ; ': -; ;, t
.. gut defense sources today' confirmed widespread speculation that the beginning
of" the 'trial of. those charged with the1955 wsassinatibn of President Jose; A.. Re Re-mon
mon Re-mon on Oct. 21 is by no means certain.; "y - ; . -Justice
Vitelio de Gracia of, the Superior Tribunal, who. will preside over the
rlsf. announced tie Oct. 21 date yesterday In what was considered a forward step
H the lonsawaited and much discussed trial. J '. ,
. : -J ... ,. kMMm Wnr and 1m A lApal itiiineuTer snch as ft de-'
JCJCUIJ uiuuwu ..-.y ?V iJ, i.
icnsc oia ior teyitw.:?viM j
portion of the evidence, would
delay the trial beyond the
date set by De Gracia.
This was reearded as unlik(47
however, in view of a defense
statement that "now we wOl all
know who is really trying to de
lay tne trial."
: The Jrlai is scheduled lo? oe
held -at the old Legislative Pai Pai-.
. Pai-. wher ftuiaada "was tried
and convicted. There is a strong
TVMfiihiiitv that it. will ht broad
cast by one or several jocai ra
dio stations. ,
re Gracia .' himself is one oi
r e major reasons qb qb-$
$ qb-$ past efforts to delay the
..al. although the prosecution
, -s also been accused of em em-Ti0v.ng
Ti0v.ng em-Ti0v.ng delaying tactics,''
To go on trial along with ,Ml ,Ml-ro
ro ,Ml-ro v ho confessed to the slaying
land later retracted, are:
rdolfo St. Malo buslnes,
rartner of former President Jo Jo-11
11 Jo-11 Ramon Guizado who .was tried
and cZvicted by the Nattonal
AomWy for comply in'the
' iS Aeiada'Luis C. Her Her-And
And Her-And Camilo H. Gonzale,
ho are accused of "lng he
r-urder weapon to Miro and of
v ,.i in on. the plot;
1 resa Castro Suarez..a Co Co-r
r Co-r Unfriend of Wiro in whose
' the machine gun was al-
r.isenl Lb7 Bill ;
) Ccnvcr$i:n Job,.
i.t.( caruM- Company
nama City entered the p-
t low bid S7,W ou T
in Miraflores ana ai ... v.-
ret, from 25 to 60 cycle o-j
hi "Afw vesterday-ioon'iat"'eH-Adm.nistratioa
ang at Balboa -Heights.-.'-v a..:
er bids -ranginr from 'Pi''
1 to $166,661 were ntered. by
I Sommer the Consolidated In In-t
t In-t "ational Electrift Company Inc.,
' .Vork. and the Sachse in in-ational
ational in-ational Company oT Batoa
. ,'e'M 'anores. W Ban
s a work, will inc ude aU areas
, ed from .flK J"-
u vontinn of the re-
f vations and installations 1 the
era Miguel uwks,; ann "v
. Eubstatiort. The Armed Forces are
arranging for their own
f on- and the locks, are covered by
f other contract -.m which ias
;1 b opened in: Octobet; ;
Aieas included are Miraflores
Cocoli substation.Tedro Mi g u el.
nd:Red. Tank and ch fanama
( anal instaUatlons as -th M ra ra-i
i ra-i ores' filtration plant,, tha Mira Mira-i
i Mira-i ires' pump station; and conerete
Lstinlabor.tory. the CocoU :D.e :D.e-el
el :D.e-el plant hd substatronv-and the
K -rosarium at Palo Seco.
. The successful eontractor wifl be
; j 've approximately two years in
; ,lch to' complete the work after
receiving notice to proceed. J
. : i Bend Drive" 1-
The U.S. Xrmy;'Carrbbean' leads
'l overseki eomjhsnds in Arnjy
vings Bond program particrpa particrpa-appordina
appordina particrpa-appordina to a report the
57 erson-to-peron canvass re-
I ed oy me aojuibim. wire.-
The top ranking of 28.4 per cent
. TrcAsraRrn J based on
fambined civilian and military
rsrticrpation as f May SI, 1957 1957-TTCiRrATtrR
TTCiRrATtrR 1957-TTCiRrATtrR aha suroassed the
f;v other ftverseas command' by
..h;..in9 in a nr cent rise in
rarticlpation trough'the canvass
'y,-,. t. th fifth hiehest cain re
ported for all Army commands
The Adjutant General, MaS. Her Her-Vrt
Vrt Her-Vrt M. Jones, said there was an
overall increase in the program as
a result of the canvass, and
pressed the hope that individual
continue to expand their .band
Tirchsws when they Teceive
n-prsde pay increases and promo-
ons, .' v, -. :' :- .,
At Parciso Gym
mediately after the assasshia
tions and,' 1 I
rederlco Alionso nyams, a
Panama City mechanic who Is
charged with 4 driving Miro -to
and from the scene of the assas assassination.
sination. assassination. '. '
Miro and his lawyer Ramon
Palaeios have been opposed to
the selection of De Gracia as
the presiding Judge and can
still resort to the legal maneu maneuver,
ver, maneuver, of challenging the Jus Justice's
tice's Justice's eligibility, a move which
has been resorted to several
times since De Gracia. was
placed on. the, case.
; Dnrlnw a historic bress eon
ference in the Carcel Modelo,
urhor Mir: has been held nris-
oner since, early in ( January,
1955, tne anegea mggerman sa.
if De Gracia remains as the pre-
h!mseU;to Ws fate and refuse
to give the names or tne rreai
assassins,' who he said are still
at large,-- J 'i
- Miro said that with De Gra Gracia
cia Gracia presiding the trial would
be a farce and be and fhe
other defendants would be
meted out the same injustice
' that was handed out to Gul Gul-sad
sad Gul-sad by the National Assem
. The late Presidertt Remon was
i-Vini- h4i Hll mn Tan:: t. 10R.V
Oiiw aVB .vv- w t 1
shortly arter race meeung at
the now-demolished Jtian Fran
co- racetrack. r- f-
nni-.dpxJ.hc i n wihlsber .', jof
Foreign Relations J. as well as
First Vice President; was sworn
1 .h rikitt Hav n President. t--"
JvlirO Waa nnratcu two H woja
1tr ftia ionfssion. Which Ml
ro later said was extracted from
him under ouress, .- impupaiea
nn Tan:" la 3iii7ft(ln; was Sr
rested and r impeached by .the
Nauonai Assemoiy, wmcn swwe
in uirmH Vir President "Ricar-
do Arias at an emergency mid-
M.U -tMM ......... i ..V
rnl7rin wai'irlefl some' time
later and convicted on the' basis
of Miro's confession and Other
circumstantial evidence.. He was
sentenced to six years, and eigni
months in prison for complicit.y
in the assassination. -.
. n rrnrH nt th lnvratlra
tiim ftf th aasaasination now
consists f almost 3000 pages.
To Be Available To
Auto Club i Members
TTnilnr tprm of a renewed con-
fraot -iust. aiened with F. S. Rude-
sheim, members of the Panama
and, Canal Zone Auto uuo wiu
be able to secure emergency road
arviM at hit time between 6:30
a.m. and 11:30 p.m. by phpning
Panama.z-Z5ii2 or z-zi; ine aerv
ice 'which starts Oct. i i avaUa
his uvh riava.a week.
' HviHpishp.im. nroorietor. tit Trans-
portes Baxter, S.A., will maurtain
an employe on tandw duty dur during
ing during the : above Jaouri .toawr
AAA rails.- Thft setwlCft. LUCJUdPS
bringihgi gas, iilua' flats, jinstaU jinstaU-vna
vna jinstaU-vna frph. hattcriesx towin?. rjttth-
ing or whatever ,4a necessary o
nat Taiian fsr mnvinD .ivhiu.
here are three AAA. road serv,
;r avaiiahia. Karps mr nor
mal services are V predetermined
ana iixea ai a muuei aio ii.c.
For information concerning the
t crvice available, members
should phone the Club secretary,
Mr Mildred Turner at juauioa
DUUIU EiAIUIU) r
Purgie Of Office
To AmyJ Airmen
HAVANA,' Sept l41JPIesl-
dent Fulgencio uausia exveuucu
Af off i piri into the army
air force yesterday as an after
math of last weeas aooruve-
...u in th r.infueos naval base
infnnnui nnrrp said an esti-
is lr fore officers, most
of them pilots, were unaer arrest,
TWntinna 'war said to be con
tin..in at fimn rnlombia. the blS
in. u."b r t a
Cuban army headquarters and ,air
force base, outsiae -navana. -Over
50 naval officers also have
been arrested, an estimated 10 per
cent of the commissioned person
nel in that orancn oi tne servics.
Charges against the army puou
Tint Irnnum hiit it -wax aSil
sumed they involved the manner
in which they camea out missions
against rebel strongholds in Cien Cien-fuegos
fuegos Cien-fuegos a week ago yesterday.
I The government used at least
six aircraft in restoring order 'at
the key naval and augar port in
annthsrn ahnr The craft
included two B28 medium bomb
ers, two F47 fighters ana two-
An-esU wiihia the armed xorces
n rnntinuinff arjoarentlv on a
basis of family connections or on
Durtiig Short Slop ;
TvwnnN Snt. ill tTP -Rus
sian Foreign Minister Andrei Gro-
myko tumed down -London's nos nos-pitality
pitality nos-pitality today and remained a a-rmrA
rmrA a-rmrA a. tmirlst-rfaxx TU-104 jet
airliner during its 90-minute stop
over en route to tne unuea siaws.
The British Ministry f Civu
AuiatfAn had nrpTiared a nrivate
lounge for the Soviet diplomat
iiri..ii tha Hf tnurnad 'rinom for
refueHngr Gromyko remained in
the plane or strolled on the ground
near it. .-,"...---.
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GOING TO SCHOOL' Some Negro mothers and' their children are Just passing through a
Scket line in Nashville, Tenn., as the city's schools started their first fiay, of integration
Hi JElUU04jr P- -- 1, , ,..,
Of Little Rock,
v NEWPORT, R.I.," Sept. 14 (UP) Presided Eisen-
IIWTTVI UIIW W V ... wbtwi fan iWMvwva v aMVfliavaawup
for about two hours today, seeking a solution to the Lit
tle Kock school integration crisis.
Tha Procirlnf nn4 fha nnvprnnr AeAeA tft wnit im-
til later in the day before making any statement on their
Faubus and the President were both smiling ana in
a handshaking mood as the conference concluded in the
Navy communications building here.
"The President and I had a very friendly and very
constructive conference," the governor said. .
a am aa a i m S i l
1 he President said to rauDus, oood luck, and I
hope this all works out.'
rturt iWtffaT' Irf ' t nit (
TOTFGRATION'1'' WRECKAGE The $500,000,-Hattie Cotton School, nne of seven in Nash Nash-vmevTenn
vmevTenn Nash-vmevTenn is almost a total loss after being blasted by dynamite No one was -injurtd in
iSoaffMAiODt Ntgrd child, had attended jclass ther. the day before With With-out
out With-out Incident ' ..' ':.r ,l 1 t
, The TU-1M was the eecond So Soviet
viet Soviet plane to fly to the United
States in 20 years. v j j !; -The
nlane was scheduled to fol-
Um thi aame flight nattern as
the TU-104 which flew t
Air Force Base In New
U&rplane which left Moscow atlEflrly OrdCT List
03:4 GMT, is due to arrive ia thei :
U.S. about 2U5 gmt toaay.
PtterB ", testimony offered by those ah
to McGuire detained, qualified sources sa
Governor To Meet
With Civic Council
Heads Next Week
Gov. "W". E. Poller will conduct
two meetings with officers of Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Civic Councils next week.
The Governor will meet with
Lstia American Civic Councils on
Tuesday, snd with the 1 J.S. Coun Council
cil Council on Thursday.
Both meetings will blgin at 2
p.m.. in the Board RoorA in the
Administration Building at Balboa
At each meeting preliminary
r'- will he discusted for the e-
TTe annual music festival held
Vy the Par-o School students wall
take p.'ce ThurJay niiht at 7:30
j i l i ?u imi.oiwi".
Ts-.re rsrt in the rrofrrn are; lection of Council officers in Nov Nov-haaI
haaI Nov-haaI rhrm un-Umrvr. A number of otheri te
ft Fianri na Wa-lfif a cfrritnunitv nature a!w are
-i trivu irchetra' on tve srendas of the two-meet-
... -ff-i lr C -:") I'crfl. ir-t
.,,';v.:'''.':f .V.- i ,; ,. f ..-1..' i"
Comes For Santa
But Who Sent It?
Tn a lifter to Santa Claua. North
Pnl Rot 10. Fort CI avion a alight
misdirection a toco sow mop moppet
pet moppet dispensed with the usual let letter
ter letter and merely unclosed an order
blank from a mail order c a t a-
logue on which he had written tne
catalogue numbers of gifts he
would like to have for Christmas.
The ust pf numbers, mciaeniai mciaeniai-fr
fr mciaeniai-fr had to be continued from the
front to the back of the r d e r
, Santa has not yet began bis
perations at CtM ana uus ..was
the first letter received at the stu studio
dio studio thrs season.
However, the over-eager corre
spondent, in a hurry to be ftrst
on Santa's Lst forgot to give bis
trrtT t wrnfln Kent 1i.flJPW.
Defense attorney Arthur Crowley
yesterday waved -nuae piciures m
Anita F.kherf -and Siffl-
one Silva befora the jury hearing
Ual trial and asked hy their ub-
licatioa was permiuea. ,) ,- .;!..; -'
Crowley brought a stack of. mag-
. v .ntirt rnmaininn nunc
qand aemi-nude pictures of ac actresses
tresses actresses bolster his argument
tthat Hollywood was out to. get
Confidential magazine but did not
(object to iother magaimea wai
contamea lurw mari,
t;.i.. :---r.. v.ri...,i ......
He held un wpy of a pubhea-
tioa featuring a bosomy picture
of actress Jane nuseu tf.
"here s Jane itusseu. uw ai mi..
Da vou ever see any nude or
semi-nude or scantily clad girls
int pictures in unmoenui
"Pictures like this you'll Sever
.... ... r-AiiFwintiai m bbiu.
iT...ln tn neniltT District AttOr-
uuui-R w r i ;
stat Attorney General Clarence
.ii-u !.... u, iiM and Mr.
Una prosecuted the publishers of
these magazine wny u
pick on the largest, selling maga magazine
zine magazine tn the newsstands m- the
United States?, ror pouncai reason?-
For Hollywood reason?" :
.how can' you single out Confiden
tial for attacK?" ne asKeu...
Prnailow InM tha ilirV Dot to be
swayed by the testimony (of ac actress
tress actress Maureen O'Hara and singer
Dorothy Dandnoge oecause wey
were celebrmes v,'
'Miss O'Hara has an ax to
grind," he said.. "She has a five
million dollar suit against Confi
dent al to harass ana annoy news
dealers.' She named some 5,000
John Does in her suit ine news
dealers.. She was trying to do in in-dirertlv
dirertlv in-dirertlv sametbins she could not
do. directly,".; :
' Prnuilflw"' "ennt ended that Confi-i
i n h i i h r KnnprT tiir.
rison's letter to Miss Dandndge
was "an offer tor an apoiogy.noi
a retracuon. v
He read from the letter the
.tatement. vou sve stated, the
story about you was:, completely
untrue and we accept' you state-
mem wu-noui : equivocauou.
Crowley contended that the letter
did not mean Confidential agreed
the story was untrue. It meant
the magazine was not contesting
her claim that it was untrue.
YVnurlev aaid he and'tho magazine
were satisfied that the story about
tne singer s -wauc in toe wooas
with an orchestra leader was true.
who originally proposed the Els-enhower-Faubus
clined to discuss tne conierence
"I think you will be pleased
by our statement," he toid a re reporter
porter reporter as he boarded the hell hell-copter
copter hell-copter to return to Providence)
Hays was escorted to the hell hell-copter
copter hell-copter by presidential aide 6her
man iitam, ; inn e-ttme
Itcrm acrosseach other's shoulj:f ?
dera. and' warmly oacievgooaoye
to each. other, with a shake of
hands."' ,,: -.,
Governor Faubus told a -mass
of reporters and photographers
as he left the President's office
that I he would have no state--ment
immediately but would
return to Providence, wnere ne
spent last hlght, prepare a
statement and issue It later.
Faubus, chatting briefly witn
reporters before he took off In
a Marine Corps helicopter for
Providence, recalled that he
and the Chief Executive were
World War II "comrades in
arms" and that he, Faubus,
met the President in England
before the Allied invasion of
- Flaenhnwee at. the time. was
supreme Allied commander and
Fauous was an onicer ui me
35th v Infantry (Division then
stationed in England.
Meanwhile in Nashville, Tenn.
the FBI moved in on the inves-
lin.tlnn the Hvnnmtt.lna' nf an
integrated school and promptly
delivered to local authorities a
possible witness in tne case.
At tne same time, ine uaviu uaviu-son
son uaviu-son County Grand -Jury In Indicted
dicted Indicted roaming segregationist
John Kasper on charges of inciting-
a rlct. The Jury, jtssert jtssert-ed
ed jtssert-ed Kasper spurred on hnn
dreds" of persona to riotous
' TTnriar the chlpM of ft TI S.
District Court injunction against
further wterierence wim inte
gration, children began drifting
vo.lr n elaiuea vesterdav in five
schools where a total of li Ne
groes were on hand.
, Integration had "been inter-
HAVING HIS SAY Orval E.-r-.
Faubus, Governor of Arkansas,
is shown talking to newsmen
in Little Rock durine the Yiress
conference he called, Faubus
announced that a relative had
telephoned him Irom a north northern
ern northern city to say a group was -.
heading for Little Rock to
, "bump him off.", j
runted at a Rlvth aehool'. Whera
the transfer papers of three Ne- i
groes were ruiea improper, ana 1
at a seventh, Hattie Cot on, ?
which was wrecked bsr dmariite
early last Tuesday; : ;
Absenteeism of wniie cnu- J
dren was still heavy, however. '.;?
School officials believed that
because yesterday was tha last.
(Continued on rags it)'
The- maeazines are accepted
in the community. They are sold
over the counter. r
Crowley Iben pointed to a'-trtaek
of books previously mentioned in
tottimonv includinz such best-
seUers as "From Here To Eter
nity," "The Naked and The Dead
and "Pevton fiace.
"if inch books snd maeazines
are accepted ia tha community, er
New York Manage;
Of Panama Canal
Here For 3 Weeks
T. a' Ferffiicnn. general manaf-
m the New Vrk Onerations of
the Panama Canal Company, ar
rived in the Canal zone rrom ew
York Thursdar on a three week
business trip. -" f. ;
IVhila he ia An the Isthmus, be
will act as Supply and Employe
Service Bureau ;irecur,
During bis absence from- New
York, P. DeStefano, Assistant
Comptroller in the New York of
fice, will an as general mDg
v I flf tWo, S-- '
: - - . -
: IKEA Telenh(:
AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT President Eisenhower's ilgnature la plainly visible on tr
sond pipe of thecopy of the OvU RighU Bill that h signed Into law at the Naval E
at Newport, RX 1 '"',:'' '. '
f AGE TWO
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SATURDAY, iLPimZTM 11, 1937
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" ThB Mail Box it aa epaa bram fo tuJm f The PaRaiM America
Utter at MCBirH gratefully aite1 ara handlad la a wholly confidential
If van contribute a lattar doe't ba Impatient if It doesn't appaar th
art day. taHaia ara publish' in tha order raealvad.
- Plana try te kaap tha lattara limited to ona paflo lanith.
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V. This, newspaper anumai no responsibility for statements ar oplnlom
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THE MAIL BOX
I i SWEET AND SOUR
After reading Sour Puss letter (Mail Box, Sept 10), I Just
couldn't helo but sit m6 right down and blow my horn too, but
in the opposite direction of course.
1. 1 dont agree that it is only the local colored people Puer Puerto
to Puerto RiJuti soldiers, and Balboa High School kids who whistle In
public places, offices, restaurants, etc. I've seen it happen in
all parts of the world, and by- some of the most educated and
professional persons, reparole of color race oi -creed Don
tell me tne grown up wmi ivi J uT.V' TJh
. And V
Look at Who's Going, to Take Care of Whom
By VICTOR RIESEl
For onto, Daw Bock It in his
cnunting houta, but not count counting
ing counting money. Ho's counting his
chances of rataining his titlo
gainst tha challenger,, the odds odds-en
en odds-en favorite from Detroit. r
If Beck can't keep the title," he
at least now wants to keep it from
Jim Hoffa. That's the story which
is seeping out of the Teamsters'
costly Washington' marble s a n
turn. It is the story of a magnifi
cent oDsession wnicn sun grips a
shaken Dave Seek.
We start' this scenario at a point
several months back when Beck
announced that he would not-try
io succeed nimseif and then sat
dbck anu waited for the boys to
draft him as a gesture of defiance
of such minor social forces a
the Senate, the Justice Dept., the
iraaurjr iepi., ana U AtU-VIO
ana me public.
Beck had opened his mounth, but
the draft didn't develop. Beck
waitea tor Holla, but Jimmie was
too ousy to fly west for the meet
ing of the Teamsters' Executive
Board where Beck expected the
lad from Detroit to tell him that
they would fight this out together
pauuea snouiaer to padded shoul-
' belter or just as well to compare a white murderer or thief with
;?. colored murderer or thief, no difference whateoeverrthar whateoeverrthar-...n4t.timr
...n4t.timr whateoeverrthar-...n4t.timr hnvi fontentmefat. even if one is poor, oorea,
- or ac'ared as a scarecrow ou a farm. I personally think .Sour
Puss should go ee a psychiatrist lnsieaa. He musi oe awiuny
, bimi 4 Kiat Plica nnPRTl't whistJp when he's happy.
' ? 2. The atatement about electric fans is out of my Une but
hismn anotnpr for trvinar to make himseii comfor
table at times while working. Although perspiring (horses
sweats is fery healthy because the poisonous waste matter is
beine discharged through the pores of the skin, no doubt, one
8UU lecls uncoiiuoriauH? wuiiung cigiiu "uis u "-""o.
a ram wat due to his perspiring aouny. i uisBree w.
any run-down physical condition as was mentioned by Sour
- 3 Why stoop that low, to watch the poorly-paid local-rate
People all dressed up going and coming from work, regardless of
! their tjpe of work. Would you rather see a painter or carpen carpenter
ter carpenter eitUr.B beside you in a bus with paint or sawdust all over
him. as the case may b, and you in a clean white suit? I guess
yon -would say. "Why didn't the messy fellow change his work-
in clothes?" That's Just why he tries to keep clean when going
or- leaving. his work, to avoid anyone's scorning his attire or
messing up someone else's clothes.
. J One cannot blame another who feels he should be clean at
all times My slogan i "To each his own." Lay off the poor
local-rater, will you? He's not worrying about you or what you
Min- ha hi.it wants to be left alone with a fair salary
to live on, a good place to sleep, something good tcr ea t besides in( d that hoytncl
codfufti), and a dollar ne can call his own. He doesn't care to Beck his $50,000 a year pension.
j visa v your jiuiiic, wi j"u wwummwhij,
" There must be somn reason why people like Sour Puss are
afraid of seeing him earn more money, ne may oecume wo i i-rinn,int
rinn,int i-rinn,int fa that it? Just keen your contempt to yourself
Yoitaj be needing it, and soon, if you don't .try cleaning up your
ownTwckyard first before someone else's. 7
T see you're also hitting at little "OS" Americans Can't
you see the younger generation is different to you from your
old 'una? You Just stick under your old lady's apron string that
she gets tired of seeing you arouna. ii us a Mrs. ouur russ in instead
stead instead of a "he," then go powder your nose, it's showing.
" 4. Now, looka "Boo Bop-Dey," he's worrying about the mar married
ried married couples' brats, how tpoUed they are. Don't tell anybody I
told you, but Mr. or Mrs. Sour Puss is an old gripey bachelor or
wench, who has no frle-ids Or children and was the only spoiled
brat reredLb4ilonel parent hV a miserable oid empty nome. ;
I can assure you M was thl most acreamihgeat brat In nu ciaya, 17 Beck
so no wonder at still screaming of others now ne' grown up.
Forget about the caildonian residents, let's ask how many enu enu-dren
dren enu-dren you bve?
Hope you omprove your name from Sour Puss to Sweet
Puss. Don't eay I didn't warn you.
. Contented Whistler
Beck kept postponing the Teamo
Executive Board session scheduled
for Los Angeles until Hoffa. with
the help of a fine galaxy of fel-
mwa une ca wiiuams and Joe
twins ana a great courtroom
scene, could make it. Th Uv
(Beck's ample breast did not sprinc
eternal. Quietly Jim Hoffa told
the man of the northewest that
me crown was moving east.
. Hoffa stld ha was toriout. Ho
had tha votes. Ho would try to
keep tha union In tha AFL-CIO
But ho would take the presides
cy avon If it meant .being thrown
out of tha big federation of labor.
Hoffa told Beck to stop dream-
' BALBOA SCHOOL CAFETERIA
Is anything being done about getting the Balboa school
' children a cafeteria? We heard something about it during the
summer, but now that ccnool has started again the Clubhouse
cafeteria is overrun wim kios during the noon nour, just as it
has arways been, wnar a mess.
Who has the authority to take care of this situation? Sure
ly it shouldn't be tne Governor's business, or mat or tne civic
councils. The school authorities are the only ones, in my opin opinion,
ion, opinion, close enough to the problem to find the solution.
These kids don't need a luxurious restaurant. They don't
have to have a chef or a fancy menu. Just build them a clean,
comfortable (yeah, air-conditioned lunchroom with sturdy ta tables
bles tables and benches, and serve them soup, sandwiches, Jello, cup cup--
- cup-- cakes and milk. Have plenty water fountains and a couple of
Maybe a, bit of music ever a public address system, to soothe,
their savage little hearts and keep them out of our way at the
Clubhouse. Bet they'd bke It better, too.
As a last resort, how about using the gym for a temporary
lunchroom, with a portable sandwlch-and-drink serving cart
from the Clubhouse restaurant? The kids could clean up after
They wouldn't have to get out in the rain. They wouldn't
have to fisht off the adults to eet a nlace to sit. And I imacine
the Clubhouse would find it had more paying customers, too, if
tne xias were Kept wnere tney belong.
Let's Ba Practical
without the title of emeritus. He's
oe just an unemployed king, that's
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IM Central Ave. at
earner af T Street
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CARLOS MOUYNES V,
Ttvm S:N ajau to 12:3 sua.
SATTRDATS: frra I N aja to lt.et am
Then the boys decided to meet
again early on the morning 0f
Sept. 5. Beck flew east still dream-
,V,5 01 ww-w8hed Chrrstamas.
When the Teamster high command
met in the marble oalace. thv
argued for a long time which
"eni an nour late for the
Ethical Practices Committee mem mem-b?"1wrW?,1,tHthem
b?"1wrW?,1,tHthem mem-b?"1wrW?,1,tHthem j" th "on-
'WinTM tn fall ki.- .ii...
w. iciuci I in wn mmn w &
uw rowmic, HOita was for an
expedient warm and friendly an-
Pr..tc,i' 80 up a statement,
walked into the Ethical Practices
committee hearing room and
Than, behind those tightly closed
doors, Beck got huffy with Hoffa.
it seems that Jimmie took 20 min minutes
utes minutes to make an official explana"
tion of the charges against him
personally and then asked the
AFL-CIO chief If h'
the-record ipecificaUy to answer
charges that he had worked with
Beck announced that the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters had officially decided to
stand on their written statement.
Hoffa retorted that the wanted to
explain his own situation and that
?n.?Jt,n,l ,bor lMder were
entitled to know. Beck said he
didnt Exactly take this,aa a great
cultural or emotional loss.
All this 1 1 ma -tha other Team Team-yter
yter Team-yter cWafi ,.t by. Finally the
Bfti"L p,r"i" CdmmiHaa
.u"- we'll Httm-eaMha.
roeora!, and If you want the oth other
er other Teamster chiefs with you,
Ws your decision to make."
They wD bmtK Aftvr
the recaw Hoffa had promieed
fo anawnr, far their ears only,
the charaee that ho waa tied up
with racketeers. All returned but
one. Dave Bock flew wet a.
lone, but Bet yet finished.
During the afternoon aession,
Hoffa spoke quietly, almost apo apologetically,
logetically, apologetically, with the same open open-faced,
faced, open-faced, sugar-coated candor which
made him so popular a TV star
in the first two days of hi ap appearance
pearance appearance before the McClellan
Hoffa said that lie was not tied
to- the rackets. He admitted some
activity which might not exactly
read like Sunday School stuff, but
he said that thia was the kind of
labor activity which is found in ev every
ery every city, and which he would1
Nobody's mind was chanced. Nnr
was the time-table for expulsion
of the Teamsters at the Decem December
ber December S AFL-CIO convention. That
will" not change unless Jim Hoffa
yields the presidency to E t n a r
Mohn, bow the Teamo'a adminia adminia-trativa
trativa adminia-trativa vice-president
Beck had left some hours ear ear-Her.
Her. ear-Her. Some with said, "Ah. t h e
Xhoat foes west" But Berk l
from being a wraith. Or, as an another
other another wag put it, There's wrath
ia that wraWt."
Back heme. Beck believed there
were ether indietraeats coming for
ether Teamster leaders. He also
was counting heavily oa a special
New York committee now probing
the "paper" locals to tell the full ;
story for that committee is
headed by Dave Kaplan, who could
have put aa end to Diofene's'
search area before the lamp was
Ut Thia report oa New York's
''paper" locals is due aooa and
k will bit hard at Heffa's
So Beck la back in his coon tint
house, counting all his chance.!
And he hasn't counted himself out
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER
CONES THE REVOLUTION:
Lamiater Alfred K. Stern (hjis-
band of lamister Martha Dodd,
dauchter of FDR's ambassador to
Germany) was active in New
York young liberal circles not too
many years ago wnen ne was not
young, but the buds from the fin finishing
ishing finishing schools who came to the
pink teas for indoctrination in
Communist inspired doctrine were
young, a couple of New Deal ca
binet officers also liked to teach
social significance to .these young
gals, to help with their indoctri indoctrination,
nation, indoctrination, too, I presume.
Marty ;Alien, the comtel 'is In
troducing Karen Hansen, Georg Georg-ie
ie Georg-ie Jessers former ffiance'? to his
'fciJi rw, Ci, 4.. I...-1-.,. I
way from comics.). v Tairam a-
bbut comics, the Myron Cohen
Eartha Kitt narbif Is so "Crest,
they're doing six weeks, at Ran Ran-cho
cho Ran-cho Vegas, then fpur for fabulous
Harry Mufson at thev faatastic
Miami Eden, Roc. :. Toots Shor'a
Baby (MafiosK Volkr of" the Zieg Zieg-felds
felds Zieg-felds that is) is doing fine after
hospitalization. . Al Blooming-
dale, prexy of the Diners' .Club.
writes that as a retired "wolf''
he's no longer qualified to give ad advice
vice advice about such subjects, but notes
that with the change of mores
and manners lady lupes ought to
be required to entertain the
chumps for a change. He suggests
making them honorary members
of the Wolves Club with credit
card privileges a la Diners' Club.
(But who'll pay the tab in the
end?) ... which reminds me,
if the old fashioned gal ever comes
back it will be from an aute ride.
NEWS FROM UP IN THE
AIR: Bob Rothafel, the Roxy pro producer,
ducer, producer, says that Betty Murray's
inspired stage revue of "Show
Plane to Europe" is doine so biff
he's going to follow it up with, a
snow-piane snow on stage to Scan Scandinavia
dinavia Scandinavia and them maybe Hawaii
nad the Orient. Betty says it's
now too late for me to back out
of heading Pan American inside
Hawaii safari on my vacation, in
November, because she's already
got reservations for it. How did I
ever talk myself into this one?.
.'.Pan Am's new info director is
Admiral H. B, Miller of the A
merican Petroleum Institute) ave
ry distinguished gent indeed. ;
Big talk of the industry, howev
er, is Howard nugnes sudden ae
cision to make TWA his chief in.
terest which means plenty excite excitement
ment excitement and dynamite in the air-
lanes from now on.
I Could Go On And On: That
was --an interesting and civilized
trio at the swank Chambord. I
mean Kay Kendall, Rex Harrison
and Monique Van vooren. Sexy
Rexy used to date the Belgian
bulge, and please; page Noel Cow
ard. Monique opens ai Le uupi uupi-don'
don' uupi-don' in.;t couple of weeks. v setter
the 'sensational society -thnishr Ly Ly-da
da Ly-da Fairbanks, complete her sen sen-sational
sational sen-sational returnengagement. .Pa .Pamela
mela .Pamela Rank and Stewart; Barthle Barthle-mess
mess Barthle-mess are keeping Hollywood law lawyers
yers lawyers bus v. Her askins price is
too high and he wsnts 'out quick
to wed Gloria -Case..' ABrightest
bnght Harwyn, when Sophie Tuck-
bright Harwyn, when Sphie Tuck
er and the Marquis de la Passar-
diere (Lilo's hubby) got into an
ad ubbing match ana tne custom
ers went into hysterics. ; .Why
doesn't that Long Island publish publisher
er publisher "discover" his own columnist,
Bob Limandri, who works by day
in the Sanitation Dept.?. .Ceil
Beckman Jacobs, widow of the
late belived Broadway agent, A1
Beckman. in charge of Banquet
bookings at Ben Maksik's fabled
Town and Country. .Help Want Wanted
ed Wanted Ad: Young girl with looks, fig
ure and personality seeks older
man with mansion, yacht and
money. Object: Communism.
(Come now Mortimer, can't you
I'VE GOT TO WRITE IT (BUT
WHY?): Things are getting alto altogether
gether altogether too complicated for me
with Gusie (Panties) Moran and
her husband' Ed Hand, joining
Tom Corbaily, her ex and his
latest flame. Judy Campbell of
the Hollywoods, at the Harwyn..
Ted Peckham tne escort man,
going into antiques on Second, or
w4 ,"' '.. hi
is it Third Ave. (Second!).' .An .Another
other .Another guy I like: That's Harry
Hershfield, New York's most be beloved,
loved, beloved, citizen and one. of world's
great wits, and if it weren't for
him (and his dear Jane) 'I'd nev
e be where I am today, but
where am I?
ON THE SQUARE: Too bad
Jack Lait isn't here to see the
billing we got on the "Chicago
Confidential" marauee at the Vic.
toria theatre smack in the middle
of Times Square. .Listen all you
waiters : ; Wurzburger beer; impor importers
ters importers tell me I'm right about pour,
ing beer and you're, wrona. "Do
not im the glass, by letting the
Deer iricnie uown .tne side, if vmi
do, very little foam will f o i n;
Glass,should bfl iled.fluickly with
the bottlji .held.. about an, inchfi.
oeve me run so 10 DUiid un. a rir.b
thick foam.". .Over my beer at
Joe "Peronav Berger's McC a r-
tnys steaK H0usefc where they
pour correcuv. a broadcast
toid me that CBS" forthcominc
"Walter WincheU File" (Oct. 2)
will be the hottest hite ver In TV
history. Swell!; .You'd think J.sJ.
Knegsmann would be tid nf innt.
ing at pretty gals after phoJo-
grapmng tne upcoming Latin
Quarter lovelies, but no. hn nnrf
his spare, time iudeina beautv
contests. (How borine indeed ).
.I'll hate myself for thin, hut MA
you hear abput the babe who
didn't get the jnink the first time
she tried, so she tried a little ar-
eJ5?JJ,",W0RRY' THi NO
SOON: Gloria Swan son's new ad.
mireMs Joe Montesani, described
as an international sDnrUman
whatever that is.' .Jania pia
and Jack Spinna are spinning, but
what would I say if his name was
Splltta?. . Dent, nf Partial rVm.
fusion: Ray Tico. described hara
as a romantic- troubador by night
and a -U. N. delegate from Costa
Rica by day, ia a romantic trou troubador
bador troubador by nisht but. arrnrriiiiv tn
Alt r i
juuetiu vanas, cosia Kicas' .per
maneni representative, ha ia not
a u.n. aeiesate bv dav Arf Kin
Pips: As itemed here, .Armando
iy Hiw f tAtiow
WASHINGTON The Defense
Department my soon settle the
bitter Army-Air Force missile feud
by accepting" the Army-developed
Jupiter but turning it over to .the
Air norce to operate.
This solution hos been ureed by
the Army Ballistic "Missile Agency
which built the 1,500-mile Jupiter.
A formal announcement is ex
pected by October from the 'spe
cial evaluation, board which.' has
been comparing the rival interme
uiaie oamsuc mis sues
Bieeest hitch is what to do with
the Air Force's Thor which- Doug
las Aircraft Company has already
tooled up to produce.
Secretary of Defense Wilson is
worried how he'll explain td Con Congress
gress Congress why he authorized Douglas
to install the expensive machinery,
then changed his mmd about pro.
ducing the Thor.
.Wilson would still like to take
the rbest features from both mis
siles and combine them into one,
over-all missile. Experts h a v e
warned, however, this would delay
the, prpgram at least a year.
THOR HAS FINS
Both the Jupiter and Thor al
ready use the same power plant,
developed' by the., Air Forae. the
hulls are similar in design, except
that the Thor has fins and the Ju
piter does not..; -j ;
In guidance.' the Jupiter con
sidered superior. It would be im
possible to plug the, Jupiter's guid guidance
ance guidance system into the Thir's con
trols, missilemen say, w 1 1 h o u t
lengtny new tests.
At least, six Juniters have been
fired successfully, whereas all the
mor s tests nave f ailed. The lat latest
est latest exprimental Thor reached an
altitude of se.ooo feet.1 then t h e
motor broke loose,.
cnrysier claims it can start
mass-producing the Jupiter In four
" With Soviet missiles threatening
oa ine otner side or tne Arctic,
the evaluation board is ma hur hurry
ry hurry to settle the Jupiter-Thor con controversy.
troversy. controversy. V
. -' t
Fallow officers openly sympa sympathized
thized sympathized with Col.-John Nickorson
who waa court-martialed for slw
ing away aacrats In a m e m e
crlteizing Secretary- of Defense
Wilson's mistMo policUs. Yat on only
ly only three offiers showed up for
a soing-away party that attor attor-nay
nay attor-nay Robert Bell threw for Nick
rsen when he Was banished to
the Panama Canal Zone:' j-R r
,on;. Maf. Gun. John Madaris,
Nickarson's cammandirtg off i ear,
roaraa mciri nor ire anena.
,-Bep.' Jack Shelley7l-i-' Calit),- buildingg including George" Wash Wash-the
the Wash-the vTeamster.i Congressman will ington's revolutionaryWar head-'
open his fight m Seattle for the
Team sters' ; presidency. IBhelley
can -line up the Western confer
ence behind himj. he'll challense
strongman Jimmy Hoffa at the
teamsters' conventinn in Miami
later this months fts.Frank Brew
ster, the Teamsters' western rhUf
has no love for Hoffa, may .end
up Dacmng imuey,-,-u:.::.,
SHEFFERMAN'S CLINTS ,:
A sauad of Senate sleiitha: UA
by rackets counsel Bob Kennedy,
uaa ju;come nacK rrom an-- in-
vestigative foray Into Michigan
with uew questions- to ask Team Teamsters'
sters' Teamsters' strongman Jimmy Hoffa.
For one thing, they intend ;to
pin him down on his dealings with
Nathan Shefferman, labor consult consultant
ant consultant extraordinary, who has had
amazing success keening his clients
out of trouble with the Teamsters.
- Of the 300 clients Shefferman
testified he had. Bob Kennedy's
gan. a majority have been able
to get away with using nonunion
drivers right in Hoffa's h cm e
state. i- '.
For Kennedys' -confidential J
files, here are the' biggest Shef
ferman clients: Awry Bakeries, '-Bond
Bond '-Bond Clothing, Boston Shoe Stores,"
Capper and Capper, Cross- Com-
pany, Crawler Milncr, Detroit Bolt
and. Nut, .Good Housekeeping
Shops. Gordon Bakine. Brinnell f
Bpthers, Hotpoint-x Appliance, ; J.
J. Hudson, Hughes and Hatcher,,
Ernest Kern, King Brooks, Kline's
Women's Apparel, S. S. Kresge.
Merchants Cedit Bureau,. .MichU
gan Hospital Srvice.
Also Ned's Auto Snttnlv Pnn1.a-
Outfitting, T. B. Ray, Robinson
Furniture, Russek's, Fred Sanders,
Sears Roebuck. Service Parkin
rounds. Harrv Sufi-fin." Tinitt
Shirt Distribution; Ver Ho ven
Chevrolet, and Winkleman. Broth Broth-ers
ers Broth-ers AppareL,-,
AH thae ; .1 irm rm ; ln.t4 I. :
Detroit-where Hoffa has hi ho.d.
quarters, ... X
Tip te Kennedy: Hoffa is an.
xious to keep your investiga
tors from questioning his chauf
Bakor. Before Hoffa's last ae-
pearance, ho hustled: Baker out
of town. The husky chauffeur r f
spent aevral days ft Mercy'
Hospital in Dos Moines, suppose
edly '.te lose weight." ;
; GONE, TO DOGS
Gls at Walker Ah."1PAmav
N. M.. have come tin with itartl
ling' evidence to back up t h 1 r
gripes against housing facilities.
tThe base recently dnnatnd an
Old barracks buildincr tn th rtt
of Roswell which promptly con-
Tcrusu u. inio a oog naven. '.;-
cut -Alderman Ma T ittoii hi.
terly protested; In behalf of the Z
dogs,' that the facilities -weren't
decent." What's ennti annhsrh m
Gls apparently isn't good enough
ui aujueiess nounas. ' i
Besides clutterinr im the rmtn.
ta-yside with billboards,' the new
Federal hiehwau iriM mii'i
havoc rwjthiifxriceless ''historical
quarters in Morristowii N..T i
r To ssv. this landmark,y Morris Morris-town
town Morris-town officials, have enlisted tha
support of Rep. Frank Thompson
iwrwij, cuiiure-conscious c con,
gressman who has caried on a
one-man battle of olueirina Amer.
lean artistic accomplishments to
tne outside, world. j
ters, the Morristown National His
torical Park is threatened by the
proposed route of the new Inter
state highway through New Jer-.
ey- i ?
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I concert fiddler, inuaugurates the
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Ti. Sy-Ti. ' -'
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All is not, Borscht and wisteria
(Egypt now prefers diphtheria.)
.k.;. : ; ,Jehn Mitten Hagaa
1'fYiN TRANS STOP. "(And I
will I soqn): Sanfts Pelkev (thu
wuu ihibs new ro State" i. at
FausadesPark) ? showgirling at
jivuwuuu a mouun KOuge. while
making th movie studio rounds.
.5. .Melvin Belli, the S.F. lawyer
is on his wsy to Tokyo to observe
the Girard case, savs "xr
Hjible for a boy to be drafted from
iiowa, sxauonea in Ethiopia. sen-
tcuccu iw nave nis arm cut off
ior piBcmng a waitress".In the
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over i "substantial wage doosi
threatened today to unieasn e
nation-wide ? strike oi teiepnont
, Federal mediators geared tc
In Ia .haln nnnivant tallra. ha.
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ana western rueiciric ,o.t wmcn
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aMajLaMaMMaWal V. BafcJ ' T
Much Ado Over Situatibn
leads US To Diplomatic Setback
iKSry siaTgovernrnenTs did get eicited?
n.v. ,'anfferedv a t aipiomauc w
'Mv luck ; eets worse and
umrsp cnmnlained Hard Luck
joe. "Look what just happened
to me. uiamonas oroae -x wim
the ace in the East hand and
waet hrfri t.h ar nf Chiho. If I
had gone after thp clubs first 1
wouia- naveoeen', au rign,4pw.
longer suit." ,.,..' 5
r Jn was rich to. attack dia-
rnnndx but he did not attack
them the right way.
TTa nrnn . thft nnflnlnir heart
lead with his ten and led a. dia
mond toward dummy. East won
with the ace and i returned a
heart, whereupon Joe could on only
ly only make eight tricks. Hard luck,
but easily avoidable. x
, i. t tiu Citrim aitnitinn. 1 1
WashUgtonlast sweek overthe
rise of pro-Conimunist Syxian'ele-
menu to power. -,
,. Special- envoy toy IM. Hender-
- ....i, (nm. tiu amprefnnev
auu, i etui ...... ----,
visit to the Middle Xast, reported
that Syria's neighbors were "deep "deeply
ly "deeply concerned" ove? the threat .of
Communist infiltration. v :
President Eisenhower interrupt interrupted
ed interrupted his vscatipn to fly: to Washing Washington
ton Washington to confer with IJenderspn and
Secretary of ..SUte John roster
TVi VMslHanL. it waa announced
had pledged to use whatever pow powers
ers powers might be necessary to protect
pro Western Arab governments
from overthrow ..by .the Syrian
leftists.': ; rl-
There was talk that it might be
necessary to invoke the so-called
Eisenhower Doctrine on, the Jtid Jtid-dle
dle Jtid-dle EasU.-.jt -tl. i":.:. w;- v,
i It was announced that weapons
would '. be flown to Syria' pro pro-Westersv
Westersv pro-Westersv aeighbor Jordan. )
t There was talk the United States
Mediterranean fleet was moving
into mottle ,.astenr waters
Fnii all imwfinnpM. the iwn
Wuturn A rah tlitrtihnr failad to
get excited, ever the- danger to
BIB" gw," -
( I,mI "-for i nrnnacattda OUT
poses, and talked bout the threat
of, American unpenauai aavea-
'- Nvor TtiilUa "haa "radically
.changed the official .United States
attitude toward- we ...aynan..auu-
niiiloa at a nress confer
ence Tuesday that he thought the
situation pr o n a o i y wiu wor
nt vim- ir1 k-farillV U
threat of Oommunist aggression
aitiixh: f it harm lied to occur
r .rr.". jh. .v:
could not 'De aeaii wun dj we
"states involved." ; j "4'
iUviont!il the Mediterranean
lost had not made any emergen
cy move: into; Middle Eastern wa waters.
ters. waters. V-''fv-fv';.
Th 'airlift to ; Jordan, it was
emphasised -war merely to speed
up delivery of weapons previously
' AS 10 laia aooui luvocauon
the Eisenhower Doctrine,", Dulles
nmntan out tne rreoiienuv ioreot
ten fact.that it has distinct limi
1 First, .Eisenhower woum nave to
nn Hr-a Minnia p.itrpra raiin
trr was dominated bv internatioe
al Communism. Secondly ? the
country, in question would nave to
commit an m aiciu
aain another'ountrv." Thirdly.
the country 'attacked would have
to ask the unuea &uies zor aia.
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THE FRENCH BAZAAR
The Most Talk rd-About Gift Store
On The Islhmut,;.--- v-
A 6 765
. .. EAST -.
A 93 2
A JOB 5
i No one vulnerable
South West North East'
1N.T. 1 Pass 3N.T. Pass
Pass Pass 1 1
. Opening lead V 5
. Already some 4,600 Ohio Bell
Telephone workers have walked
nut cottins nn nirlrflts tndav in
UUl UW.VA B f y r
Cleveland, Columbus, Canton, Ak
ron, Asntaouia ano ironion. ,e-
gouauona in ucvcmuu ictcaocu
.uithmtt nrnorMi anit management
personnel took over, long distance
But : tha raal effapt of. the na
t.'nn-iirfHa ctfilra urnlllrl ha felt Kv
I1VU n.uv '
... '. ,4 ...r 1 1
the- puDuc snouio avya memoers
thrnw nn niikAt lines which thev
.liiim will ha hnnnrad hv at least
145,000 other union workers, pri
marily teiepnone operaiors.
Union OlllCiais,, icu ujr
PrasiHnt .Tnspnh A. Beirne. cau
cused for almost four hours today.
They, scheduled : a meeting with
the company for tomorrow at
10:30 edt. : ,t v v
In an apparent warmup, a series
of, wildcat strikes t, were staged
yesterday by 5,400 workers in the
nIrv Mnnntain atataa' and Ohio.
The workers in Ohio remained on
Although western aiectnc is
Anlv a auhaidiarv' of Bell Tele
phone,, the operators who have
nonored picxet lines in me pasi
work for the regional companies
if American retepnone ana leie leie-graph
graph leie-graph Co.
Will Face Limitations
1 Waatom TTlprtrlft anokesman
ail that haxaiMAi Ml Tlaf Cent of
ntina in hanHlarl hy dial eauin-
ment, I local phone! calls are not
expected to be affected by a short
Struce. M)n uisiance a e r v i c e
,uniiM nrnhahlv fur limitation, al-
vnuugn auperviauiy pwuu
,ady to jnan switchboards,' as In
rrWa rfiennta actually covers Con-
lact renewals for seven bargain bargain-ng
ng bargain-ng units in 45 states and the Dis Dis-jict
jict Dis-jict of Columbia. Maine, -Vermont
n1 Maui Uomnshira would not be
iffected if picket lines are ; estab established.
lished. established. .f ?
nW ',' hraatrlnum Includes 22.000
telephone equipmnt ; irrstallers
hired directly by Western Electric,
19 aao nhln Ball Teleohone Co.
U)UWU V"u ,. "a" J J J I
workers, 8,000 1 distribution andl
warehouse employes or weaiern
Electric and a smau numper
.nnrlrmd it thraa 'm Bnilfactlirinil
m 1111 Q 1 UH IM VV
unit, of Wactarn Electric and Bell
The old contract, wmcn expired
Aug. 25,; provided for wages from
$1.39 to $2.38. The present hourly
average of telephone workers is
Joanne Dru Files
HnT.T.vwnnn ytip Actress
Joanne Dru, former wue ot croon-
ai- niplr Havma. and actor John
Ireland. 1 has i declared m herself
bankrupt .after' her marriages end ended
ed ended with only "thousands of dollars
in unpaid bills."
She appeared before Federal
Bankruptcy Referee Benno M.
Brink Wednesday' after "trying to
avoid taxing mis ;siep;,
i Tha aotra jfilad the v Betition
last month and listed debts of
$274,133 as compared with assets
of only $zi,6!.i ; : :V fr.
' "J. hope' that I wiiUbe' able to
reestablish my -finances so that I
.,-. nriMinia for ; my children."
Miss Dru said. She has custody of
the three children born to ner ano
Uawmaa uihnm ah : divorced in
1949. Her marriage to Ireland was
dissolved last May. j
The U03rd Antiaircraft Artillery
Battalion and tne win Anuair
craft Artillery Battalion will cela
brate their 14th anniversary Sun
Tha rnmnnsita httalions were
activated by the Panama Canal
Department on Sept. 15, 1943
Canal Zone Program
Enrolls Record 284
Tha' lartraat. anrn'llmant recorded
in. tha irinrirla fitata TTni varsity
Canal Zone program was inaugu inaugurated
rated inaugurated last February marked the
fall term which began this week.
A total of 284 Army, ; N i v y,
Force and civilian personnel reg registered
istered registered for the 12 courses present-
i e ? J ,.m.i. I In
iy Demg ouereu. ima is u i" i"-rroaxA
rroaxA i"-rroaxA nf 32 har pant over I a a t
jUrm'g enrollment; pfiyfy.
, iuHin tA tna raffisrrannn Ka-
t .yvv.tM".Q w O "
nroa tha Artnv h the hiehest
percentage of participation with
191 Students, 08 per ceni iuui c
than the number who took cours courses
es courses during the summer term.
innrntlmant for this term, the
fourth conducted by Florida State,
chnmait an inpraasa nf aooroximate-
lv 100 over such figures tfor the
initial registration seven monius a-go,-
when 182 stiidents signed up.
The second term found 239 enroll enrolled,
ed, enrolled, and 214 took courses during
the third session.
Most nnmilar class beine con
ducted, according to registration
iata la intrndnptorv mathama-
Itipi Aloxalv fnllnwad hv1 Soanish
ana niaiuiy m uiwmmv"
Tna horl an phsnliit.plv aure
nlav. at Ills disnosal. All he had
to do was to lead a 1 spade to
dummy's ace and play the first
diamond from dummy. On that
nlnv no pombination of cards
could hurt him, -.
A tha" rarrts lav East eould
Via va rnna rir-ht. iir with the dia
mond ace and led the heart. Joe
would now make lour diamonds,
lour spaoes and two nearis iur
m-trirlr tnts.1 Tf Fast nlftvpd
low Joe would go after the clubs.
He would now mane nve oaa De De-cause
cause De-cause west held the club ace.
fh antra the rnrds arniini' anV
way and he would trtill makehis
Anntraaf. niva Want, tha Hln-
VU.kh. "U". .. w... " W h.h
mond ace and Joe would have
had time to- clear ootn suits
since West would not be able to
lend hearts successfully when
he got In with -.. ';y
niva TTftat hfyf.h ices wlthinel-
fhar minor ault hranblnor and
joe would still make his contract
since ne wouio get m nis iour
spades and one' heart plus 'two
tricks each in diamonds and
clubs. .. ; -..' -C :-
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Film On Life Of Jqhii Yder
To Be Shown At CZ Churches
Naming Cities ;,
For Live Politicos
lvrnsrnw Sent : 14 Vtip The
Kremlin tori a v ended the nractice
of naming cities, provinces and
collective farms after prominent
living political and public figure,
"In tha fntiira namaa pan ha
bestowed only posthumouslyt-gnd
. f .j!J iL. -J
in excepuonai, cases, saia ui ue ue-cree.
cree. ue-cree. Jt will affect approximately
15 major cities the most impor important
tant important of which is named, for
Kiment Y. Voroshilov, chairman
of the, Soviet Presidium, and
thousands of, villages, factories
and farmj. :
During the nast few years the
naming of Russian villages and
farms after personalities had
reached a new high. After Stalin's
death and, more recently, after
A film dem'ptincr the life of John
tlT-aln., fltiiirnhman nt thA 18th Cen-
tury in. England, yill 'be shown, at
the Curundu rrotesiam nurcn
for three days, starting i Xept. 26
7:30 n.m.. and at the First Bap
tist Church on Sept. 28. 4;'
The film is in color and has .; a
running time of. 77 v minutes. It
was produced by tne television
and film commission of The Meth Methodist
odist Methodist Church in cooperation with
J. Arthur Rank, the same film will
be shown at the Balboa Union
Church on Oct. 1 at 7:30 p.m.
John Wesley's life fl703 1791)
spanned the 18th century, when
an unconcerned uiurcn oi Eng
land bowed to the influence of the
wealthy and sought not the good
of the common people but the
social position of the clergy.
Vary different was tha. Christian
home iii which John, and Charles
Waalev Draw nn. Their soiritual
and -practical teaphers were their
parents, the devout and. scholarly
rector; samuei wesiey, ana tne
methodial teacher Susannah.
The film begins in John Wei Wei-ley's
ley's Wei-ley's sixth year, 1709, at Epyorth
Church. It moves to 1738 ano
John's abrupt return from colo
nlal Georgia, where he had gone
as a missionary to the Indians.
The remainder of the film deals
with two basic confircts: jonn g
innner atrueele'.to find a satisfy
ing experience of God; and ,-his-,
outer one witn tne compweent
church, the ruling class and jrae
mnhi. ha AnthusiasticaUv nra
claims Jbis new-found faith, -
the June ousting of V. M. Molptov
and Georgi Malenkov from party
leadership, many of the names
had to be changed.
.? .'in ,:'
Department will make
your' old furniture like newt
'ask for yovb
Tha Ptrrnlture ?
4th f July Ava. H ft. Tat 34T2S
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC ATLANTIC
AREA CONVERSION :
Mr. W.! O. Flowers Superintendent oif Sachse Inter-'!
national Corp., wishes to announce the following cbangea
in Telephone Nos. for the Service and Complaint Depart-'
Monday thru Friday 7:30 a.mto 4:00 p.m. Tel. S-J5T7
Saturday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. -r Tela. 3-1541 or 8-1621
For Emergency Service at nights and on Sunday
Call 3-1621 or 3-2339 or 1-2839 or Cklb S8-83J
9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Class for all ajes)
v "Hit-or-miss" Bible study will never give you satisfaction
only planned Bible study will satisfy the search for
God. Our Bible study Is planned to reveal th truth of
. .God. v. -i
10:40 "DOES JESUS CARE?" v
From James 1:5-7 it i shown, that God does not ior ior-sake
sake ior-sake hi own.'
6:30 BAPTIST TRAINING UNION
Trained Christians means faithful Christians
7:30 WHY DOESN'T GOD ANSWER"
In ther. Bible
The mystery of unanswered prayer is clearly revealed
e BrlUBBie 4Blor ScyeSl
The Secret Service of the, U.S.
Treasury Department, e s t a b -lished
in July, 1865. is one of the
oldest fed oral law enforcing
agencies. It was originally or organised
ganised organised $o fight the counterfeit counterfeiting
ing counterfeiting of VS. currency. The Secret
Service operates one of the larg largest
est largest and most efficient burglar
alarm systems in the world In its
protection of the Treasury and
Bureau of Printing and Engrav Engrav-ing
ing Engrav-ing buildings in Washington, D.C
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
I I WrrXIAM H. BEEBY Pastor T
lmTiliTilLMH vrilr. 0 n& anil n3mai ltpw U
CARRUGAN, the Swedish milk diet ..reduce while eating everything you want
TO WELCOME YOU
MUSIC to Inspire You .
A MESSAGE to fill your heart
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'9:30 SUNDAY SCHOOL (Classes for all ages)
v "When you stay at home it is a vote t?td0,Jh;
church. How long aince you studied the Bible?
Come to a church where His Word is taught" ,
v .' ;- :
1 1 :00 "WEAPONS OF THE SPIRir T '.
. "We hear a lot about the armament race these days.
. :' The Christian needs his weapons also I Come and
','. hear what the Bible says on the subject."
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6 :00 GRADE AND HI SCHOOL rmOWSHIPS
' 7:00 "THE PEOPLE GOD UStSw :
,-God uses men-for His purpose. But God's, man
comes at a high price. A high price to both God
: and-man." '.;
NURSERY PROVIDED A GOOD t CHURCH HOME
Lase Up te 2 'ounas a Day
rARRIICAKJ milk l almilar to cream and
Lfills your stomach completely. The flavor,
which la slightly sour ana titxy. win
appeal even to those who dislike milk.
Jbe affect of CARRUGAN dietca be
' 'i Jh...l.. t. ...... A.m a r AO.1
RUGAN diet- vou Will lose about twe
i ,i .i
Overweight is bad for your health, for
your heart and your other organs, as It
overworks and ages them bef or their
time. The CARRUGAN diet brings vou
back to your, normal weight, eliminating
the danger of overweight. ;
A Natural Phenemenaa
There Is e difference between) reducing
and losing weight. Tha Swedish milk diet
will make you lose weight without the
use -of drugs. CARRUGAN acts as a
natural way and does not cause any dis disturbances.
turbances. disturbances. .-
f at Whatever Yew Wish
the CARRUGAN diet gives your body
biological nutritional valUe. It also eon-
tains minerals and tha essential, vltamina.
You alternate a day with normal food
, Intake with ,pn of CARRUGAN diet In :
''ifar in avolrl Mnv rfanoer of daficiencv,
IjKLtiaanLitfltlAriLa t i
.Vtfi. 'i ''slat 1,,-t 'V l"T
The Jof el, Life ,
CARRUGAN Increases your metabolism
' and eliminates all narmrui suDSTances
from your body. It does not reduce your
energy; on the contrary It gives you a
sense of freshness and energy which
pleasantly accompanies this new milk
The Mirror an1 tha Scales
Both will confirm what you have gained
In health and beauty with tha CARRU CARRUGAN
GAN CARRUGAN diet. After having lost weight you
will feel mora sure of yourself and fnore
CARRUGAN Will Make Yau Save Money
Every day you are on the CARRUGAN
diet you will save because this diet costs
much less than normal food.
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AT YOUR FAVORITE DRUGSTORE OR
ARROCHA'S, tUX, PASTEUR or CAIIAL ZOIIE PHARMACIES
Have, fun with
your family and
frUndt, in most
place in town.
Dance with the music of
fapito Baker and. his Trio.
it tut it mitt it it 1 1 t utiiuimriMMmMij 1
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPEH
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 15;
i and Qli
k i1 V i,'
Ormitt iieufj It mmtJ promptly It LtMUtmltM ikmim.
,' St L ,tcl iy Utplonu tw Pnm 2-0740 t, 2-0741 Ulwtt 9.00 mn 10 ttf
1 IllIlZ '' 1 ;
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RjJEPTION AT BRAZILIAN EMBASSY A group 6f guists are stiown with the-host
nd hostess at a reception given by the Brazilian Ambassador Aguinaldo BouUtreaa Fra Fra-foso
foso Fra-foso and Mrs. Fragoso at the Embassy residence recently. '
Ambassador and mrs. julian Harrington
entertain in honor of foreign minister
i The Ambassador of the United States of America and Mrs.
'Julian F. Harrington gave a dinner last night at their residence
', at La Cresta in honor of the Foreign Minister of Panama and
Mrs. Aquilino E. Boyd, and other members of the Panamanian
Delegation to the General Assembly of the United Natir"-
AmbasMder of Nicaragua
- Clvi Rtoptiea
The Ambassador of Nicaragua
Will give a reception at the Em Embassy
bassy Embassy residence at 5:30 this eve evening
ning evening to celebrate-the 101st anni anniversary
versary anniversary oft he Battle of San Ja Jacinto
cinto Jacinto and the Independence of Ni Nicaragua.
caragua. Nicaragua. Mrf. Ian Henderson
Civai Tea Party
Mrs. Ian Leslie Henderson, 'wife
of :the British Ambassador, gave
a tea party at the British Embas Embassy
sy Embassy yesterday in honor of Her Ex Excellency
cellency Excellency Senora Alicia Byrt de
Lagreze, wife of the Chilean Am Ambassador,
bassador, Ambassador, who is shortly leaving
Cev. And Mrs. fitter
WQ) Be .Honor Cumtl
Att DiableTA Receptions
at J:30 p.m. jn the Diablo: Heights
School Gymnasium, the Diablo
Heights Parent-Teachers in honor
of the principal and teaching staff
of the school. The occasion affords
a valuable opportunity to all par parents
ents parents of Diablo Heights Elementa Elementary
ry Elementary School children to meet the
teachers and generally renew ac
quaintances in the school commu
Honored guests for the evening
will be Governor and Mrs. Hugh
M. Arnold, and several represen
tatives of the Schools Division.
Refreshments "will be provided
by a special reception committee
headed by Mrs. Myer Slotkin.
Miss Rosalinda Reimann
Raturne Te School 1
Miss Rosalinda Reimann of Bal Balboa
boa Balboa left yesterday for Chicago ,111.,
where as he will continue her stu studies
dies studies at De Paul University,
. .. i
MR AND MRS. ROGELIO MADURO are shown following their
Wedding, which took place Sept. T.;.The bride Is, the former
Miss Damans de saint Maio. .-. T'
AtMnd Meeting .'T
Mr, and. Mrs, tidnett IgKaii
visitors from Costa Rica, -afterkled
the Esso meeting at the Hotel El
Of American Hold
BeMfit Card Party
The Catholic Daughters of Amer America
ica America (Court of Our Lady of the Mi Miraculous
raculous Miraculous Medal No. 874) are plsn plsn-ning
ning plsn-ning a Benefit Card Party to be
held at the Margarita Service Cen Center,
ter, Center, Sept. 20.
Proceeds of this function will be
used by the Catholic, Daughters
for their many annual Christmas
Charities among the needy peo peo-pple
pple peo-pple of Colon, and the Old Folks
Home in Jfjion. i
CAIRO (UP)Talks on the pro
jected -construction of an oil pipe pipeline
line pipeline parallel to the -Suez Canal
have been suspended, it was re reported
ported reported today. The semi official
Middle East News Agency said the
talks i between Egyptian govern
ment officials and Greek: shipping
magnate Aristotle Onassis ; wesf
halted 1o permit Egypt to study
UkhA Boa find
?(h JamouA Qombo
the internationally acclaimed
We invite you, your family, and your friends to
have fun and to enjoy our delicious and original
Chinese and American dishes
Now under new administration, will serve you
in a refined an elegant atmosphere.
Conversational French and German
Classes Scheduled, Also HygieM
Tthe Fort CflaytoikArmy Educa-. course if further study pls com-
Thos desiring to enroll, may do
so by calling the Fort Clayton Ar Army
my Army Education Center at 87-21611
Classes in hygiene will begin as
soon as the necessary enrolment
of 10 military prsonnel has been
completed. The course, is at the
colege eve. o
Hygiene, which carries college
credit, deals with the study of the
essntial aspect of Personal and
community health: ..
Topics will include nutrition and
growth; digestive disturbances;
stimulants; disease and its pre prevention:
vention: prevention: mental health and
health problems of adult 1 i f e.
tion Center this week announced
new off-duty group .study classes
in conversational French and Ger
man. A course in nygiene aiso is
beine' offered by the Education
Service Office at Albrook Air
Concersational French Is sched
uled to start Oct. 18, at 7 p.m. and
will meet each Monday and
Wednesday evening from 7 to 9
for a period of eight weks. Col College
lege College credit may be granted pro provided
vided provided further study in conversa conversational
tional conversational French is completed through
Conversational German begins
.Oct 17, ''at 7 p.m. and wjll meet
Tuesday and Thursday evening?
from 7 to 9 also Tor a period of
eight weks. Individuals may also
be. granted college credit or this
To Train Teachers
For Sunday School
-A twelve week training course
for? all Sunday School teachers,
yorkers and those that would like
to teach is being offered at the
Curundu Protestant Church, Last
year the pastor, Milton K. Leidig,
inaugurated the course at the
church to train the teachers of the
Sunday School to be better teach teachers
ers teachers at the Word of God to their
classes. It was such a success that
it is being offered again.
Classes will begin on Thursday
ati 7 p.m., and will be held each
week on the same evening for two
hours. The course lor this year is
entitled "The Life and Teachings
of Christ' and will deal primarily
in presenting the life of Jesus
chronologically, the methods Jesus
in his teaching, the subjects he
taught, and. the applications from
The course is designed to help
the teachers of the church but
is open to any others who might
desire to attend.
Classes will be' conducted hv
Classes will meet Mondav and
Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8
p.m. .prerequisite is a high school
diploma or equivalent. v,
Further" Informif ion onJ''enrnlT
talnriTfcbyalling ,4he Education
services Oftice, Albrook Air Foce
case, a i stMzue or 2243
1 tach notice for Incluiian in'rhia
column ahul4 tubmitttd
typt-wrin term mi maiUd
the box numbar lilt! daily in,'S-
ial. and Otharwi,',' ft dalivarad
hand to the eftict. Noticts f
mtatingt cannot be acceated br
telephone. , f
Arts And Crafts
Croup Mfat Monday
The Arts and Crafts Group of
the Balboa Woman'i Club w 1 1 1
hold their first, meeting of the
1957-58 season on Monday, at
a.m. at. the home of Mrs. Helen
Wentworth, House 573, San Juan
Place.i, Ancon. A class in textile
paintmg will .be started to s t u
dents are advised to bring tra'c-
" yoFoi) sicuuus, ana material
ta use for painting. 'All club
members and prospective mem
bers are Invited to attend.
Scouts Will Meet
At Paralto High
A meetfna of -the Local Council,
International. Boyy Scouts of the
canai zone, wUI be held in the
music' room of the; Pinisrv Wish
School tomorrow- mSrning, begin-
nmg .ai y o clock. Ail members of
the council are requested to be
present as there will be impor important
tant important matters on the 1 agenda to
Socioty Will Meet
Tomorrow Evening J
A meeting oi- the Longshore
Friendly Society No; 1 of Rainbow
yuy-wiii taxe place tomorrow in
me.nainDow W .. Lodge HaU to
begin at 7:30 p.m. ;
au members In good standing
are requested to attend "and brine
. c" cumriDuuon cara as iden-
uiicauon. ,.. i, ,, ;,i,r
tlccords CcsrSd llc!p llzqn
ICccp Her Vc!cs Fbcsnnt
Keen your ., voice nleasant. iA land her own ealm trnrrfrl viJ
snarp, nagging or aisgustea tone
of voic used by a mother In speak
ing i a cnna manes lor an un
pleasant atmosphere in the home,
"Keep your voice pleasant. A
sharp, nagging or disgusted tone
of voice used by a mother in
speaking to a child makes for an
unpleasant v atmosphere in the
home, says a child guidance ex expert.
pert. expert. t
Since nobody ever tells Mama
just how to keep her voice calm
and pleasant" whn' ihe is telling
Junior for the fifth itime to go to
bed, I'm offering a suggestion:
Why not- a tadeet for the home
on which Mama can make a num number
ber number of recorded requests and com
manas m a nice, sweet, ealm tone
of voice? - i
Then, instead of saying irritably,
-riease turn that v thing, i down;
-r-.- T JXK 1
Will give the request pleasantly.
When you stop to think about it
momera voicea usually grow
""i"' iio lime
,r"i ve told you over and Over,'
begins Mama. Then her voici
starts to rise 'i anger. A
About 20 i recorded annpuiice
mnts ought to take eara rt i
mother's moat often 'repeated re?
If the experts aren't nln
let us be human enouah In show in
ritability when .we have- said "noH
four times, .thn maybe we need i
set or recoraecr, remarks.
A mother isn't a machin Kul
if she is supposed to act as unl
emotional as one,, why not let d
Mama can simply push a button machine make iit easy: for her?
' Panama City
a special service will be held
tomorrow at St Paui rhrh
observance of thtV innivArciiAa e
il v. r T -....viuuiico vi
Vi Z fiuur e us society.
Members Of thus nrcranioHT,.
witfmake a corporate communion
at thet 9 a.m. celehratfnn t k-
Holy; Eucharist. 1
Archdeacon Shirley will be cele celebrant
brant celebrant and nreaehpit t th;. .....
All other service Hnrinr hi j...
will h. .. -T..f". A
o icgui.uj scneauiea.
The Rev.' Allen St uht
en of the Cuthedral of
Ancon, nnu be on the
Atlantic side tomorrow', evening to
A service "solemn "Evensong,
'u"" wciocx, win pre precede,
cede, precede, the Sermon Tha ri. ...:n
be conducted hy the Rev. J. Peter
t auiici, recior oi the church.
Mrs. Muriel Lawrence Is on vac
atlort. In her absence, netod :n
chlatrUt trie Fremm discusses
six frequently eiked ejustions On
cmid aaronr relationships. His
answers aro condensed from' his
hook, "Man for Himself,' publish-
o ay Rirwnart and Ce.)
If your neighbors are close, be
considerate of them in such
matters as keeping the volume
of your radio or TV turned low.
keeping your children from run running
ning running over your neighbors' lawns
and flowers and letting your
next-door neighbors have some
privacy when they
Being a good neighbor just
takes a mue consideration,
At the o'clock Eucharist t.
morroy morning there will h.
communion or Christ Chriat
Church chapter of the Knights of
M. Paul Corporate communion of
the Sewing Circle will be during
the 9 o clock choral Eucharist. I
ine social event nf tK .t.L
during next week will h. th. ...
rtl ruden Jparty in th Patio of
A c- vuurcn Acaaemy on Friday
iuLuj, n queen tat tne ce
ssion win De elected bv the con con-gregation
gregation con-gregation tomorrow when the vo votes
tes votes will be tallied in the parish bulletin.
Q. What ytnakasY child feel ho
is "disappointing" hia parents?
A.k One particularly subtle form
which the feeling of disappointing
the parents ireqnently takes is
caused by the feeling of. being dif different.
ferent. different. .
Dominating parents want their
children to be like thm la tern
perament and character. The cho
leric father, for instance., is out
of sympathy with a phlegmatic
son: tne rather interested in prac practical
tical practical achivements is disappointed
ma son interested in ideas, and
theoretical inqwry, and vice ver versa.
sa. versa. ,: 'f : f o ;p
If the father's attitude is nro-
prietary. he interorets the son's
amerence from him as inferiority;
the soii feels ; uilty and. inferior
because of his being different and
he tries to make himself into the
Kind -of person his father -. wants
him' to be; hut he succeeds only in
crippling his own growth and in
becoming a very imperfect repli replica
ca replica of his father. .,i . -:'..
Since he believes he ought to be
like his father,' this failure gives
In the contest for queen" are the
owing- members of the Grrts'
Friendly Society: Gloria Anderson,
" annur, Marva Cole. Mer Mer-lyn
lyn Mer-lyn Gill. Mariorie Heath AIK.rti.
na Henlon, Alma Jones, Virginia
Knight. Jovc Mrklnrf Kilvi
entertain! P.atterson, Athlyn, Peart and Edna
inompson. - -; r
Fall Classes Begin October 1st.
- at the Balboa YMCA
Ballet (tlje foundation for every field .of dance)
, Tap Toe Limbering & Body 'Placement V
Women's classes and" Tumbling for f'Littk Cuys.
. For further information Phone Balboa, 1751
ama means TOP ENTERTAINMENT!
DOLORES and her TRIO
in the CLUB 4:30
m., Sat & Sun. with
ont m, Vrtiv tiTvim...!. V
who won last Wednesday s
Variety Night Show.
THE BARON, popular caiyps
alnger Don Bryant, on weekend
plus surprise acts in the informal
Balboa Bar. Al.o is
M.C. on Wed. Variety Show.
and his trio playing for
the SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCF
Also plays once weekly with his
Conjunto on "Lucho Night"
LOPEZ the MAGIClAn
entertaining ail ages at the popular
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE from
11:30 aon. In the Balboa Room.
playing In the Bella Vist
Room' with' 1
Singer Betty Williamson.
enjoy yourself it's
. cheaper than you think
" at' 4
mmmmmmmmmmmmm i iisjmJI y
Graduafa Rcfurns ;
To Visit Fsmlly
A recent visitor to tha Isthmus
was Dr. Edward Ford oi Brook
lyn, N.Y., brother of Pearl Ford;
assistant manager of the Taral-
so commissary and Boy. Scout
leaaer, wno was nere on a iu
day visit to see his sister Mrs.
Eddine "Woods -who was serious
ly 111 (and subsequently died aft
er his departure),, and, his fa
tner Joseph Ford, a retired vet
eran Panama Canal worker.
1 Born and reared in the canal
Zone, Dr rord left the Isthmus
14 years ago after graduating
from the Paraiso High School.
He liter majored in theology at
the Virginia University and took
up medicine at the University of
Monterrey in Mexico, wnere ne
is currently- taking post-grad
uate studies toward his degree
in surgery. f - I
him a guilty conscience.. The son
id attempting to free himself froml
vasvaw iiuLiuuB ui uuiiieMLion inn t
oecome "MmselT is frediintl
so neavuy weignea aown by bur
den of Built over thii ''rrime'Mhaf
m, iaus oy the; wayside before ev
er reaching his coal of freedom
The burden is so heavy becausef
oe nas 10 cope not onjy with hi:
parents, with their disappointment
accusations and aDDeaf hut l
with the whole culture .which ex
pects children to- "love" their na,
The v fore coin ? rf.rinnn I
tuuuKu. uiung m autnontarian
family, msv not seem to ha nrj
rect.as lar as the contemporaryl
Americas, esneciallv th nrh.nl
family is concerhed. But the picl
u ve given noma true, nev nevertheless,
ertheless, nevertheless, in its essential boints.
Instead if evert we find. nnv.
mous authority. exnreaaed in frm J
of emotionally-highly., cha remit mvA
pectations insUad of explicit com4
aiiMMua. luuicDver. in nirantt ia
-ui. leeij inemseives to be authorU
ties, but nevertheless the a r. th.
representatives of .the anonymous
authority of the markets and they'
expect the children to: live up to
wuuuua to wmcn Dom tne
y.iciiis ano me cnnaren submit.
I r r I .m
'Tcllhj 11:1 TitiV
Sen,s. Stuart .-Symington (D-Mo.)l
cnargea loaay tnat thn Eisenhow-i
er administration had ioM th. a.S
merican public, only half-truths a.
oouc soviet progress in the baljis-
u mmum race. "'
Symingtont longtime critie of tha
..........aiM mmuu uueuif policies,
said President Eisenhower, should
tell the. American people that
we re in trouble and we'ye got t
ia.ee up io n." A j, -r ;. ..
' Ho nado the stetamonts In a
aows conferonco allseussion '- -of'
U.S. policy ffollewint Rvtsia'a ait'
nounaemont that It -had tealoel
suceaaoMly I an Inpvreoatinontal V
banittie mitslb. t-
' liWf V k'-k:v
' He said the Amorksn: people
had been liven only Wpartial
truth" about defense develop developments.
ments. developments. Administration officials, h
said, told him there was ao Soviet
missile when 'press reports of a
Russian test appeared. )' I
But he said, whea the Russians
made their announcement a gov
ernment source told him -the ad administration
ministration administration had known about the
Dr. Ford returned to the Unit
ed States accompanied by his test "for some time."
1 . -1 l I ?
iuccm auuciie wuoua ana aic
nora Ford, daughter. of Mr. and
Mrs. Pearl t Ford, who -will enter
a nursing school in the United
States. While here he was the
house guest. of his brother and
family at Paraiso.
" Symington iafd he believed tne
Russians wera ahead of the Unit United
ed United States in missile development
and were superior hi every phase
of military preparations except
wavy, sunace t amps.--
. with MODESS
--' '. ', ;. -'
View Design eaooBss k covwvd
wilh aa exclua've aew fabric,
softer than gauze. It give yoa
snore abaorbeM-eaare comfoft
more protectioa. ;
- ClyNra-DgaMcE e e-sera
sera e-sera such woaderfui hixnry, such
eitra security, a te um
wooess, die aaaitarj protectieai
lhl prevents worries. Twti
aapkiaa ia each boa,
Another fcijh-tjuality produci of
Are you a Unitarian
without knowing rft?K
1. Do you believe the Bible, to b an Insplrinj'
f religious document rather than tha literal
; rword of 'cod-? '''y
2. Do you believe that man Is not condemned -.
by. the doctrina of "original ain," but la Irw "-.
herently capable of kmprovamant? -1
- 3. Do yoii believa .the develepment of character
to be more important than tha accepting of'
taligioui erotdt? : V
Do you believa tha purposa of religion la to
help us live this life nobly and constructively,
' "rather than to omphasixe tha preparation for
an after-axistanee?'' r s ;
'Tha Unitarian answers are affirmative. Join
with other religious liberals who. insist upon
.Individual freedom of belief and use of reason
' ' In religion. .. .'.. :'
,.WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN OUR SERVICE OF
WORSHIP th!a Sunday morning at 10:30 at
tha UNITARIAN CENTER, 362 Ancon goule-
J vard tid Mamei Place, Ancon. '-
. TOPIC: Based on Emerson's "self-relianca.
A Rlrkrkr ttoM
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1957
Millionaire Commits Suicide In East Side Mansion
Worries About Law Suits, Political Failure Blamed
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN .INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
i r. Batumi Evaagallst :
. I art, nut; i illhaa RnaA
eryices Sunday MiOO am 11:00 840.
M10 ai?. AdariLn Lotion Mia
Vrvlr.e Sunday M.W
1 ASiAjlll HouM MO. JWM IS St
Sunday 430 M j r '"'
- BIOS. 36?
- k..irl t. FeeetewsliJ. pastas
' '' olnOi ........... 8.4 8.81
iorniug Vrorspip J o,
'iTairui.a lliuon i JJjb
twetuuk! Worship .'r"
. aiJf weunaiKlay ....... fr"
gpaauso t-i" fcho ,j
,HroWU't)ood:-iUl i ? 7l0
bb wturay ..
, I1KS1 BAJPTItt UlUHUt
Balboa Halftiti. C
- 2I Ancon Boultvard
.Orawci -B' .Balbo Hrtbt -,
Pbont aUHma 1727
WUUaar H Bhr- Paatai ,,
Vernint Wonhiy ..... W-
BapUal ITauuna UahB'i.. ; J-J J-JJ
: -Men Brtflbertwo
. Mnnda in month I'
.Maraariu Avng at Stn btram
. MMdrlU, Cirul ZoJi
IUV. WendaU C. Parked JTaatot
' - ii i j, fn
Mornin Worship ...n. ""
b.p-.t rraimng Onion JO p
, ?iayr krvlccs, Wednasday im m
5f M.U. Ut 3rd rriday.
- (j.A., a A. Sunbaama. f
AXMU)n.fm national CvancUiUa
i . aiaaslaaal ' '
VliU fACIHt ttl
) ,1 Jr."
tAN Am A Wl '
Captain Mra-at. Utant
U tbiiuf) Street, Phone
fl:00 UoiiiMM Meeting -.
4:00 a4.nday School.
:. ,y JitO Saivauon; MatUni i r,
U ataoaot f amy CaptU
' Building No. 1UW. Phonal tV2kK :
;.: ? t H:0a ilulineaa Meetm. ...
' 1M aWaUon liaetlns.
" PAAi. Cfj
. Earay & Mr. 6 U'Moatto ,'
9ular suae,' v( ;. t
' k-OD thJidav School. '
j Holtnaaa Maeunt
tm Sunday School.
. f40.Mvauan Waaan, vo.. V
; aVCaptau yUln Taylor"
,.- Xm iiihAea Moetioa.
' 1 HiltU STREET
J kivaUon IeeUn, 4
RAlNBUW CtrV CA.
. tavey J. tiiiL "-
it. Kins and Jamaica Street
; 11:00 HMnaas MaaUua. A.
1:00 SiDday School.
1-M Salvation Meeting,
coixtM cuaoAi. . :
SeaJer t'apt. and Ma. C Mot
Jem Street Phone: M-74S.
"The- Roretend Theodorr 7L
xowr rmnt -iva.
r l is jn. Church School.' ':
11:00 tL-tn- Motcdaj Weretup. V
, M pjav Tenth FeUowship. J
eW Watkof M. Aid trio, inakta'
eft: -7a r4 .ua
Sunday SeivKiea: i
SO ojb. Sunday School.
10:4 sun. Morning Worship. -"-;
Offiotal .moaUoas and waak-day
vltiaa as announced.
rVA MaTMUUC1 Catllaku
' tsVidaai CimlMJoasai
. Ro. WtiUam a. Arawtreauj
I .' Utk fit. rsnaml CUy
M IJB. Momlnf Prayes end I
I V0 a.m. Sundav Sckooa
J oss aannp t-raroi sm i
. I K1MT1 PU.THOUUI1 OitkCM
- T 1 aooot and Mweudee
; r 'Colon, r'
14a a,m tsainlna iantts ana Ret
1 ta. a-naiday lraal
RSCrtjrfU MatMxin CVUatCS
- tminnmm Cm CI
Say Barvtrae I am ana a:i Ms
ajtw. t ia aU
.1 Ta kntMM Ta
OAiaiaaa bjk ma
CMaill K.U.M.I M.tsUIUi
rn t-tMb o ara.rtu,
, Aaanay IM nnn S
.rw 9 tnaa S a aa
fwt' .-a ai I rfc fcctiall
1 a a .ai ruafva
- S -i s a aa
t li t w V acuaaday I DC la.
" Churchef h many laith In the Canal Zane, an J fkn Terminal titiet
of Panama and Colon. Republic oi Panama, extend a walcame at all ;
timet t men ana woman ol the armee1 tarvkea, ana ta civilian naigh-
ban. frienda ana tirangerf. '
At a public Mrvice, The Panama American lltra belew, if aanami-
nationa. neticaa el kauri af worship and other regular activities i
' Llttingi are rotated Iron time ta time. Denominations having only
an r tw congrea.riena are Iitta4 under "Other Churchei Servlcee."
A ipeciil lilting it included far aenrieea at Army poati. Air Farce basea ;
and Navat atatiant. is
i Ministers, church aeoretaries and chaplains are asked ta Jntorm the
fnews desk in writing by Wednesday ttaan at tka latest af any changes
' for the earning Saturday's church gaga. 1 t f
m aianvn rwiinra Auibaa i
Sunday Uamea; 7UKk, 1:00, :0 and
HolvD.y Hasaaai IM l UiM aja
ana p:w p-m.. v.' :
Confesiiionai Saturday,' Jta)
and 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday; MP
First Friday l-7 : to aaw atm.
Uracuioua asaoai jnovenai ijww r-m
Catachiam' elans' attar the ma
on Sunday.!. 1
High School Study Club (J Ma w
'' SACREO HEABT-Anee
Sunday BUasosi Ida, 7 do t:ft ..
Holy Day .maaaaai Itt a.m. anj Mt
rnhiniii! Saturda l!SO ta fc:00 ana
7.-15 to 8:00 p.m. ThtiMay befor rtrat
rriday 7 wo p.m.
Sacred dean uwvousnw nw
Catechism Claaal tilt 4M PJS. 00
OUR UAD1 OF rATIMACunuia
Sunday Mass at t:00 a.sov
Holy Day Mass at J0 p.m. y
Conlovdonai l:0 to t:4S pm OB Sat
Catechism ni siniraai iw so w
' ST. JOSEPH raralaa
! Sunday Massae at 7 AO and 1:11
' Holy Day Mass at i:0 a.m.
Confessional Saturday S'JO to JO and
6 AO to 7:3a .
Catecnlsa viaset aunoay awv m sau
Miraculous Medal Novenar 1U .p-rn
Convert inatrueoonai anursoay aw
' if- T f 1 '
ST. VlNCENrS fanam City
Sunday Masaes: t0 and 1:30 a.m.
f. U.-A liM I'M AM
lit it falls on Saturday the Maaaet are
6:00 and a JO iisl,
Confessional Saturday 1:00 to ano
7:00 to a:oo p.m iDurwav" oaiore aim
Miraculous Medal r N ovens and) Sla
tions of the Cross f Friday 70 p.m.
Catachtam Class I After a .29 mm oi
Sunday , ' K
Convert Claaa.; aw p.m. -luasoay ano
Sunday Mesa: a:W a.m.
i Hntv nnv Mass: 8:00 ajn.
lit It tallr
nA RiirriaVMa:M a.m.!
atecnwm tiwai r
Conlesstons: i:ou loasaw u.m vuiiaaj.
ST. JOHm' BAPTIST DK M SAXU
Sunday Masses: e JO and 8:30 a.m.
u,..b iiv Man; 1:30 Mon.. Thurs
mA c rirai Friflav mass: 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: a aiu am o a w
p.m. i s t v v; f i
8 30 10 M md 1 k
8.00 p m. on ?V
Miracuioux wieoai mnwtrfnj ..v
Caternlsm Claaa: 3:30 p m.' on Sunday
01. rHKRESE-B La Baea .
Convsrt Clswi Monday 7 'JO p.m.
Sunday Masst t.-00 a.m. t. :
Holy Day Mass: i:30 f m
Coritessions: Saturday 1:30 to 7 P
thursday before First Friday aao pjn,j
Sacred Heart Novenpi 0 in of
Gonver? viaasi av w.
' 5 ATLANTIC BIDS
, ; ST. JOSEPH'S Colon
Sunday assei :4S, J!'
' Holt Day Msssae; 1:41 end 8:0 a
i Saturday 4 0l, IM and
' Mlra'cuiMedal Mayan.. WadsW
8:15 end ?wo p.m.
Sscred Heart Novenat FrldsyTOI P.
Sunday Evening 6ervteeo I:00.;
Conrt Clasai 7S5, pm on Monday
nd Thuradaya ' v
Catsohlam Class: Sunday 10:11 aj.-te
it '4a am. mwv pni. w iw y.lu r
r,M.. f.vnniitlrtn of Moat Bless
ed Sscrament all day RefKwIUon at 5ao
ajn. Saturday morning. . ;
First Saturday IJevoiiona to our y
a r.Hmw.Th Holv Bnr iu a.m.
vim rmnmunlnn Instructians far chil
itnm Mondays And Thursdays to
70 p JO-
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CrbtAbal
Cn.a Mauaa: T 00. 1-00 and 10 0 a
HolyDay Mama: 1:00, 0 a-m- and
uomessionsi Mturoay iv awv
7K to SM in- After nonary oacn ara-
Mrs rufous Medsl Rovenai grig ana
7;oa p.m. en Monday i
Catechism Claasi Aft at Srfg Uaae on
Sundsy. . t v 1
.First Friday txpoaitlod all day during
the school near.
FlrM Satardayi Uaae a S48 aaa.
BOLT FAMILY CHURCH' ta Margarita
Sunday Massae: 7 30. axu, iiv aaa
rirat Saturday Mass: 8:00 IJit
, Weekday Masses I 80 ajn.
Saturday ... 70 p.m. to 80 pjn.
Miraculous Medal Herons 7 roe pm
Holy Day Masses: 1:38 a.m. 1:11 p.m
.Confession ... litf P-BS. a i-AS OJ
'arish Family Rosary and '
. Benodlction ............ (MM
' every Wedriesdsy.
Diseussion Inquiry Group tdW pat
1st., frldsv Desatluna ... IMtav
1st, Saturday .DovoUona .. 78 PJO-
Masaaaar 840 a-i
Hoty Day Maa is i aaa a, asa tm
coMeoBons: fm to a so ana vaa as
g:08 p.m Saturday.
Catechism Claaa: 18-48 a as. ad Bundaf
Convert Civet ovary Meaday at 70
Mtraeuiona Modal Rsiaasi f:0S aval
Minav mm- a-.is aaa
holy Dev Mass: O0 aa.
Canfaamane: a JO to ta p as. aa let-
C'ehm r- 4 a m M4a
Ot LABI OF OOOLk COVkgaX
aa: I sad IJg am
laaaeai 88 aaa. sod t
canrialnne BOParaaf at IN tLam and
aft s) erenlng OaariHaaio.
rotims ay appointment, v
s:raeuisae Meaal Novenai 1M A
acree ttaan aiovena: I-ae m aa
f ..nd BePooi: aia pm aa Baay
Bii( a- IrMtnartmt Caa lea- Coil
IT. 4 fe pm mm 1 nui ay
p. i.oua Inatrurtioo v adurta iCeav
rfurted pa Spaiuab): le ja aa Man-
Convert Instrucuens by
Th ftt Rev. B. Rebef Geedsau I.T.O.
the Vary Rev. Malaori t. Pstonea,
, ,U1,PM f r
i AMCON, tJL
i Tain CATHEDRAL OF ST. LUK1
-, SUNDAYS :
1 0 aj Holy Communion. '
4 3 am Santa Cnmmunlaa 4th Sun
:1S ajn; Church School. ;
J:4a m. Saouela Dominical. 1 '
.00 in. Mornins Prayer and Sermon
, Holy Cnmmunloa, (First Sun Sun-day).
day). Sun-day). 4M pre, ivejung Prayer m Samoa
dJW a ni. Holy Corrununlon.
7:00 pro. Xvsnina Prayer, i
- HOLV DAYS '
dftO ajn hoiy Communion. : .'
AM a m Holy Cornmunioa. f ::;
' 1 iJAXLV
4. la a m. Morning Prayar.
U:00 Mu-da .Misaionary Pray at a.
" Charcb oi St Andrew
.. The Rev.' WUliam W. ataldarfar, f
Prlsst to Charge
, ' v f
Holy Communion TdS M
Family Prayar- and'.
Church School J8jn
: (Also Holy Communion -Snd-
Morning Prayer A Sermon 11.00 aja
: Holy Communion v. 8:00 ajm.
Chapel at The Goad Shepherd ..'
t Tie Bey. viareace vr nay as.
last ta chatga
g:00 t-rn. Morning Prayer.
IH.C. first rriday each Months.
Si. Slmon'a C hatch
John Spear. Priest ta Charge
Choral f uehariat and Sar- ;
mon -.. .............
" 'Church School i ...........
Episcopal Young Churchmen
7 to a.m.
Evenaang and bermon
MONDAYS, TUESDAYS. ,,.
Morning Frayes ana noiy
Evening Prayer ...........
Woman's Auxiliary, Snd and
WEDN1SDAYS St THURSDAYS
' Holy communion v......,.
Morning Prayer, .......
Evenina prayer ......'
140 i n
Family Eucharist' .......
Office of Compline
I . LA BOCA
B Spear. PrleM in .voana
iAlso Holy communion law,
unday as eh month' ; i
I Morning Prayer and ChurcB ;
School .........,.. ...... Iaja
'Choral Buchirlst and Sar ti
Sunday each month)
' mon -'4,. 18'jai aa
; Holy Baptism i.; !. fioeit
. Evensona and Addrsas .... 7aO pm
3rd MONDAYS A
THURSDAYS or FEAST DAYS
Holy communion ..... ... w
4 ; Palo seco
Chapel o the Holy Comforter
Ten- Ul B. Shirley. Priest la Charge
a:w am, noiy bonununieak
,'v" rdAROARPf A
Church at St Margaret
' Espavd and Brazoa Blvd.
The Rev. Jesse K. Renew, Reetet
T: am, Holy Communion
t:4S ajn. Church dehool .
11 -AA m Mnrnintf Prayer
Lett Sunday each Month. Bar Cots-
THURSDAYS and HOLT DAYS
gdo a.m. Holy communion.
Chavel at Oar gavieay
1M ajn. Holy fc-emmunien.
V PAR A1SO v
: i aTha Rev. Allan vTaatt,
" Priest ta Charrs
.The Rev. David A. bs!
', ,Vlda Raserltae
a-AA am. Choral Rueharlst a
8:90 eja. Infant Baptism. ..
g.tanie Church Schoul
iheid In Rulldiav I'D
giiO pjn. Youth reUewinrp
tidia. Ewrianna and Addraaa
Snd snd etnWEDNASOATa
ijWBia woman s muouory
ta fatiild tdoetlnai
PANAMA CfPf ;
;.-. .' 3t, ranra Chafcfe V
the Von.' Lewioal B. iatrtey, Metat
The Rp Pitt a AtweR. baas
SUNbAVl s, - '.'
8a aJb. "or, veaarataneai
a-ao mm Bhma Eucriariet
ta is a at Mecntng Prayar and CJaureT
U ooct hoiy
8:30 a m Hoty Cuiiuiiurdos)
t'JA o mi
Everung Prays ana
in aa Holy Com muni eat
74a) mib Ivenrna Prayer
frlURiOAYS AMD FRIDAYS
6:38 f m Hoi Cornroimlaai
a -pa a.sa. atary
. CHSOT CHtTtCH ST.TatHntS
'. . Colon. R. P.
fOppoStlo Hotel WirMnftarlt
The Re. Jaaaoa rotor Fsnase, gUstar
t. SUNDAY f. 't ;
48 a s. Hery Coamaurrlaa.
6:39 am. Moming Prayer,
ltd am Cnerai Euehanat and
10:39 am, ChurcB BchooL
7 m p.m. freiera
MOrTDAT. TCTESDAT A THURSDAY
6 am. Hnly CcaajTwasjeav
79 ajn. Meaiimg Prayer. .-?- -vt
0 pm. Everuag Prayer., t 1
Wlt'NESOAT' :.. ,i
aa aaa. VM7 Caawwamvaa,
T -OS am. Mnmlnf Prarer-
t M pm. Bvening Prayar and
7 -08 am. Moming Praver.
90 a m. Children's I'M-hariSt.
99 pa, Ivenasg Prayer. 1
A) am. f'v Cearrmairtom
7 e am. V wnm( prsrar.
g-ee pm. Ivenir ( Prc.
1 39 pm torr.pne and hf eiltatJea.
- RIO ABAJO
- St. Christepher'a Church
10th Street, Parque Lefevre
The Rev Clarence W. Hayes,
Priest In Charae
.The Rev, Clarence A. Cragwall.
m :0 a jn. Holy communion.
7-sna m. Sunar Eucharist and Sxrinon.
10:30 a-m. Morning Prayer and Church
11:00 noon Holy Baptism. t ..,
8:30 p.nt Evensong and Sermon. '
Mondays k .
740 pjn. 1st and Srd. Woman' Auxl
6:30 p.m. J u n l a Dsughters ol the
70 p.m. Youlh. Fellowship.-,
WEDNESDAYS i v t'o
a-m am. Hnlv Communion.
1 AO pn, Evening. Prayer and Religious
. . uauvvuna. 4. .'"",.,,ty,..;.'.:.'j.v.'..
THURSDAYS , ,
:08 pm Ctrl! friendly. Society. .,
IM p.m. 1st and 3rd, Singletons. ..
SATURDAYS j JMA"
:30 ajn. Junior Confirmation- Class.
; Other Churches
church op thS nazAreni
, Aneoo. CZ i
, 441 Frknglpani St. Ancon, C.Z.
1 Rev. Elmer O. Nelson, Pastor ':
, Box 2trT Balboa, C.Z-. Tel. 8 S80I
Sundsy School .i,. ........ 9:4&aa.m.
:Wdrshlp Service .......... ItM in.
Youth SeTviee .. 8.45 pm.
Evangelistic Service 7:30 pm.
Prayer Serviced Wed. ... ,,:30 p,m.
CHURCH OP THE NAZARENE
' Margarita School Gymnasium
' Pastor Ralph L. Hysong
Write: Box 5018 Margarita. C.Z..',
. .Phone: W583
Sunday School 8:45 a.m.
Moming Worship . 11 -JO BJn-
Evening Service 70 p.m.
NATIONAL MrTlff CTOlia
j Panama t-r.. aa
f Kev- at N. Brown. Minister
' Sunday Maaaoa
Kit. aOum H-P-. Sunda
1:80 PJB. i,
" 'jEHOVAH'S wrrifESSES
Meetlmrs Thursdsys at 7:30 pm. and
Sundays at 4:00 pm. Wirt Memorial
got Balbaa. Road. Ralboa
CHURCH Of JESUS CHRIST
OP tATTER-dAT SAINTS rMonMB)
Sunday meetings in the LDS Chapel
on Balboa Road. .
Sunday school ........... w y
Sacrament Meeting :08 pjn
Primary: Monday 3:30 pjn
Relief Society! Tuesday... am
MIA: Wednesrlay ........ 7 JO pjn
Telephone Balboa 4227.
. Atlantis Branch
Building too, Schoothouso Road Gatun,
Sunday School, Sunday .. 8:30 aaa.
Sacrament meeting Sunday 11:00 a.m.
PrleAhood meeting Wed... 8:30 p.m.
Primary.' Wednesday ..... 8:33 pjn pjn-Relief
Relief pjn-Relief Society, as announced.
Telephone. Catun 164 or Cristobal' 3897
CinttlNDO -PROTESTANT CHURCH
"A tVbwb Hearted Chorcht
- Mlltea K. Leldlg, Minister
Phone Res. 83-7U Of. 33-8101
Sunday School ........... tM ajn.
(A class for every age)
Morning Worship i. ,,;... 11 0 a.m.
Youth Feliowrhip ......... J:e0 pjn.
Eevenlng Worship- .",.... T:0 p.m.
Prayer and Prsfie (Wed.) 7:00 p.m.
A church tiursey la provided (or your
v ALU fcATHOLIC CMUKCH
'' (". Bt Raphael The Archangel
'"' 13tb St West No. 1
Hare BUeharlatt Anndav at 1M rA
fuesdaya. Wednesdava and Thursdays
Sseramehf of "Onctlofl (Healing Saf.
Vice) First Sunday bf each month at
7ao bjb. j.. i
Mpemi BaUaet. Cbrlstlaa Chords
t Rt Ray f. amaa. D. a -Btabap
t agnrlatlna, i
Mnrnlne danMr' A. ........ tMi ajB
Fellnwsfait "VOrshJO at ...... ll:O0 ajn.
iundar School at .......... 1:00 la
iMvina Servieo at I JO pja.
. BAHA'I CENTIB :(
' '. BAHAI'S CENTER
. -: 54 First S treat
Urbanltaddn CI Carmen, Panama Olty
Uilormaj Teiae ana mscusMona
Thursdsys...., .....g:00 pja.
Coloa, 8th A Front Streets
r tapatatm American Basaar)
Study Claaa sa Tburadara, IM pjn
BETtm, MISSION CHURCH
'' Eapalaba BU Paralso. CZ. -Ro
Waldaba R Stewart, Pastor
Sunday) 11 M a jo. Worship Servlca.
3:00 p.m. Sunday SchooL .:.
t-1ft at.m. tUainal SarvlcA.
Mondsyi I'M Tours peopice Boeiery
Wednesday 1 I M Ml
Wednesday 1 tJK
Thursday IKW Choh? Rehearsal.
Friday t 7 JO Woman's Missionary So-
THE CHURCH OF OOD
tU Eight Street Coloa -Ra.
O. W. Craadlaaa. Paste
Sunday ftrhonl ........ i... 9:30 a.m
Morning Worahln ............ 10:30 Aaa,
Night Service 7 JO pja.
FDtgT CHURCH OP OOD
Car. Jamaica and Trinidad Sta,
Balahew city, Canal Zaae
.. Ro. Was. Uvlagstoa. Psjlor
Sunday School -.
........... 90 ajn.
Night Servieo ............... TJ0 pm
THB CHURCH OP OOD
New Prevldeaee -.
' Mrs. Mas da Hlnsa Pastor
Sunday School .............. 10:00 am.
Morning WoraatB ............ lino w
aa ite ....
THE CHURCH OP GOO Ala Aaa)
Monte Oernre aid. lttls St
R. Wsa A Jlbaeaa Pasta
Sunday Schoo 9 .30 aja.
Morning Worship ........... 10 -JO am
Night Sarvtee 1 JO pm
CHURCH" Off OOD f?erteaatal)
Re. B, E. Wsston, Overseer
Phone 442& aVa 253. Gamboa
Cburrhaa at Paralso, CI (Re, end
Mrs, Herman G. Whytot Coloa. Rj.
(Re. Fernando Lorenco), Rio Aba)o
(Rev, ana aara. cnaries riaynea), ana
Catlvg (Kev. and Mm, CUfford Greeas).
Sunday aad weasrtara ssrvitas at aO
' Diablo Heifhta. CZ.
(near Diablo school)
' Rev. Cart V. Thampsao, Mtnlrter 1
Boa 39, Diablo Heifhta, CZ.
. Pa aaa: Itamt, Gamboa 317
Charcb Balboa 4171
Sunday School 141)0 am.
Worship Beivlse .......... UMisli
Teuth Service.... ......... 7O0 PJ
EVanaeltstl fSVvlco 7 J9 pj
Wedneadsy; Bible Study
end Prayer Servieo 739 pj
Jewl.a Wolfaro asirs Bla 71-A La
See Road Balboa. CI kVbbi Nathan
tuilt. Friday. IJg am. gkturaa
Ba o sttnga of Jew-tan aniao
ate. Bases and Btabonat
Oanraaaaoa Bn aumrrta lm, A ve
il & arm
gth Sbwt Beia Vata
gai-Hw gaa am
urrrt.-Mui t vtmi cmTai
Batata Bead at P is at gtreet
Ro a.terl p. 4M.a. raa
P.O. Boa 844. aa.oca.
gmoay Srhoal. B'Me elaa I at am
I-"-ir S.i ,m 1 li em.
"Dinne rirw at Marrartta (Is H
Marja-wa laaeiaal Oumm gialSI
Posts and .Bases1
, PAClf'lC SID,
Morning Worship ,is.,r..... .... lu wi
Church-time Nursery School.,,- 10:00
FORT CLAYTON "
Sunday School tflulldlng Ho.
i to) ..,.....'..,..4..;.,,,....
: Thursday Evening Mld-Week
Youth Fellowship Sunday ...
Sunday School 9:00
Morning Worship. 10:30
, Evening Worship n 7:00
Worship Service. Madden Wye 70
'-Worship Service. Rio Halo .... 8:15
Christian Youth Fellowship .... 6:00
' Soldier's Fellowship Thurs. .. 7. '00
Officer's Cbrlatian Union Thurs. 8:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCB BASE t".
"Sunday School .......... ....... t:3H
j Adult Bible Class (NCO ClubJ.. 9:30
' Morning Worship ...... t JO g, 10:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
iSunday SchonT .,.,,,..........
(Morning Worship i
noiy communion rust Bunoay
. t of Month)
Itth ND HEADQUARTERS CHAPEL
Mornuig Worship (iOO
(Holy Communion First Sundsy
of Month). .
Naval Radio, Station. Summit
,. Cathalla 1
, Sunday Masses. ...... 7:00
Confessions, Saturday ...6:30
Sunday ................ 8:00
- Sunday Masses ...... ...7:45 A
Confessions Saturday .. 9:30 Ji
FORT KOBBK ; i
DaUy Mass 6:15
Saturday Masses .i 9:00
. Sundsy Masses ........ 8:00, & 11:46
Monday Novena Devotions J.. 7:30
Confessions Saturday.. 8:00 A 7 JO
at.RnnoR a tit force base
Dally Maaa ... 0:00
Saturday Mass 7:00
Sunday Massae ......... 7:45 A 13:00
Novena Servlees-Tuaaday 7:09
tl R. NAVAL STATION. Rodman
Sunday Maaa 9 JO
ai nnnrtK Atn rnnrc rarb
Sundsy School Bldg. 253 .... 9:00
Morning Worship 10:30
Prsver Fellowship-. Bid. 853 i
. Tussdsy 7:00
KYBB Wednesday Pott Chapel 6 JO
Choir Practice Wednesday
Post Chapel '. TJP
FORT GTAtCK lir '
Sunday School ., ...... t'M
"Morning Worship- ............. 10.45
You Fellowship, Sunday .... ,0:30
J Bible: Study. Wednesday 7:30
Ladies Chapel Guild. 1st Thurs. 1:10
n A. NAVAL STATION. Coca Roto
Sundsv School ... 0:80
Morning Worship 11:00
Holy Communion First Sunday
, v CatheUe
Sunday ........ ......
Daily Mass' ,.
. 6:00 A
11 a. si AVAL STATION. Coca Sola
Daily Mass 4:00
Saturday Maaa '. 8 JO
Sunday Mass 9:09
Greek Orthodox services are conduct.
ed at tha Church of the Anunclatlon.
Via Bellsario Porras, San Francisco de
la Caleta, Panama City, M.J1, and at
the Church of St Anthony, Averdda
Melendez, Colon, RJ".. on alternat Sun Sun-dava
dava Sun-dava at 9:30. "For further information.
call the Office of the Army Chaplain.
Weekly Services In sU churches
aa to Hows:
Sabbath School ijo a.m.
Divine Service 11 AO a.m. . v.
Youth'! MecUng 4 JO pjn.
Bible study -ana
7 JO pjn.
Paetfla Side Paaaml
v..lae W. H. Wallar TeL tl-3-3MM
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F: de la Otaa
No. 17 Chorrlllo 25th No. 27 Pue Pueblo
blo Pueblo Hurra S-A St between 3rd and 4th
Sta. Ms Abaya Uth No. 97 tmmboa
Partor D. Wlhlama-Tel. MM
' tnu. a. A.-Oetzile TaL 0-103
gpaBiab Charchea PacUie Side Paaami
Panama. Calle Daridn No. S
Pedregal a. Muevo OuararA
a Atlantic Bia
Parlor G. .A. Jeffries Tet SS42(L
' Cristobal English 16th A Bolivar Ave.
Cristobal Seanlsh lh A Bolivar Ave.
0044 CaVflaA Read Tot 3-159 A S-3331
SI 11 a7Ji
89 T.I M r am
NEW YORK. Sept. 14 (UP-Mil-
llonaire (Jiendenin J. ityan Jr-, oe,
a llamboyant crusader who spent
a fortune trying vainly7 to achieve
ijuiiurai Droriiiiienue. suui 1111110c.
to death yesterday in the same lux
urious East Side mansion woere
his father committed suicide. 18
years ago. '
Byan shot himself in .the. head
with a ,.45-caliber Army pistol in
the first floor bathrocn of his
five ; 'gtorys town house between
Madison and Park avenues in. the
east 70's. He Jeft three notes but
their contents were not disclosed
by poUce; f,
: Ryan's f athei'i a .diabetic, killed
himself with gas in the mansion
is 1939.. Ryan was the grandson
of the late financier Thomas For Fortune
tune Fortune Ryan. He inherited nine mil million
lion million dollars from his grandfather's
141 million dollar fortune, i ;
1 Friends Of the Princeton-educated
Ryan a political follower
of the late Mayor Fiorello La
Guardia said he had lived in vir virtual
tual virtual seclusion in the mansion for
about a year. They said he bad
been beset by worries over civil
actions filed against him, includ including
ing including a suit filed by radio snd tele television
vision television producer Martha Rountree
who claimed that Ryan : h s d
backed out n a busines deal.
Trial of the suit in court at
Newark, N. J., had teen delayed
severai,umes. wnen ityan gam ne
was ill. ,. -1. ."
Police said Ryan's body was dis discovered
covered discovered by attorney Michael Gra Gra-ney
ney Gra-ney who was to have accompanied
Ryan on an airplane trip to Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, D. C, f t
Ryan apparently had planned
the trio in connection With one of
his many legal disputes. Besides
the Rountree suit, he also had
been embroiled in litigation over
farm land in New Jersey, irienas
said Ryan had- been depresed
and had been visiting psychia psychiatrist.
trist. psychiatrist. Graney said he had been in the
LONDON Comedian Charlie
Chaplin, answering criticism that
his new movie "A King jn ew
York" is anti-American:
"I love America even now. I
disagree with reviews which said
it was anti-American, i maae
LOS ANGELES Thomas J.
Haggerty, Chicago milk, wagon
driver's union official seeking Cal California
ifornia California votes in his campaign to
beat James Hoffa for presidency
of the Teamsters Union:
"I'm gaining strength all' the
W I claim 750 'votea ow'-and
will have enough to beat Hotla by
convention time." 4
WASHINGT0N-.AFL-CI0 Presi President
dent President : George Meany, saying he
will oust gangaster-dominated ele elements,
ments, elements, from the labor group even
at the risk of smaller member membership:
ship: membership: 'if iv eot to decide between
a large, organization mat narDors
and compromises with corrupt el el-ementa
ementa el-ementa and a smaller organization
wltti nnlv rlean. decent trade un
ions, then I'm going to decide lor
S smaller organization.
NEW YORK Former President
Truman, comparing the Little
Rnrk arhnoi crisis wun an, inci
dent during the Andrew Jackson
"In 1832 or 1833 South Carolina
tried to nullify certain laws of the
United states. A little fellow in the
White House said they had better
behave themselves or be would
come down and hang them all
but that doesn't necessarily apply
to the present situation."
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Bul
garian Ambaiador feter voutov
ta thn dark-skinned Cevlonese U.N.
Mk.,.,rfn, f rtl IrtWln A V All t A We
mention of lyncmngs in tne unuea
"Bo careful Mr. Gunewardene,
aomethinc far worse could happen
to you today if you would go to
' LONDON Sandra Ferry Rocke
feller, daughter of one ol the
world'g richest men, after touring
Britain with a rucksack oa her
Fvo had a wonderful time.
Give me s working firl'g life ev
Damage Suit Filed
Against Ed Nixon,
Brother Of Veep
PASCAGOULA, Miss. (UPAn
$80,000 damage suit was on file
here today againgt Ens. Edward
C Nixon, 28, tv other of the vice
president, in connection with a
head-on auto collision.
John-A. DuPont, 31, of Irviagton,
Ala., driver of a station wagon
that Nixon'g car plowed into.
charged the young officer's negli
gence wt regponsinie tor tne ac accident
cident accident Feb. 15. DuPont says
he guffered s eoncustioa and in-
hiriee to big gpine. knee, ankles,
feet, chest and pel via.
Nixon, who was uniritured. wag
quoted by highway patrol officers
a saying he "apparently dosed
off just before the wrack and
awoke to apply rug rjrar.es, nut nut
car skidded Into the other vehicle!
Niwm wad tstinf flight training
at Peuacola, Fla. and wag re returning
turning returning there from New Orleang,
where be visited the girl he hat
house only a few minutes when')
Ryan excused himself and went
into the bathroom saying, "now
wait a minute." Seconds later, a
shot rang out. Graney found Ryan
slumped on the floor. The gun and
notes were found in the sink, ap apparently
parently apparently landing there when Ryan
crumpled to the floor.
rwc said Ryan wife, the .for .former
mer .former Jane Harder, also was in the
house: She said she thought at
first the shot was-a "backfire.'.'
A cook was on the fourth floor
and Ryan's son, Michael, 17, was.
ort the top1 floor. Mlchal, when he
heard Graney 's cries for help,
raced put into the, street' acream acream-ing,
ing, acream-ing, "Help, police...murder!"
Beside his body police found
sealed envelopes addressed to his
wue ana rs. Caroline Ryan
Faulke, a sister. The third envel envelope,
ope, envelope, unsealed, did not carry an
Ryan SDent freely rvf his fnrtun
in trying to achieve political suc success.
cess. success. In the years following his
political Indoctrination as an as
sistant to Mayor La Guardia from
1933 to 1938, he repeatedly charged
that succeeding administrations
were Incompetent and ill-managed
He tried futilely to gain the nom-
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'"nn for mayor in the lata
1953. Ryan turned to New
Jersey politics and ran unsuccess unsuccessfully,
fully, unsuccessfully, for governor of that state
on an independent slate. He had
a large country estate in New
Jersey. .......... W - ,j
During his attacks, on the ad administration
ministration administration of .New York Mayor
William O'Dwyer, -'Ryan once
nailed a Kings County Grand Jury
presentment critical of O'Dwyer to
the front door of City Hall. :,
Ta ffpt evidence on his nolitiral
foes.' Ryan once hired convicted
wiretapper John A. Broady, a key
fiture- in the tapping of O'Dwyer'g
telephones ar Lity nan- in i4.
After Broady 'g arest, Ryan spent
$lt0,000 on his defense and bought
newspaper" 1 advertisements v ta
raise mors money. ;
Ryan claimed after World War
II that he had set up an elaborate
anti-Communist espionage system,
in the Iron Curtain 'area. He said
one of his agents Aad. tried to
smuggle deposed Soviet secret -police
chief Lavrenti' Beris out of
Russia. But it was later, learned
that Beria had been executed
while the purported negotiations
were underway. ;
ROYAL CHARTER I84
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBEl : lC 1911
M Protests If
r 1 -r-
Richmond Insurance Help
Aiding Yankee Farm
NF.W YORK. SeDt. 14 (UP) i- victory and a 2-1 lead over the
Th Richmond Virginians of the
international League, a New York
5 Yankee ;affiliate only two seasons,
Showed the same unmistaKeaDie
' isigns today that have made the
aarent club tne scourge oi
L . . i. n ,-,
( -.7 : ijnajors ior uie psi jraia.
International League Play-off
V Thn Yankees success story
through the years has been mark
, ed by their ability to pick up in insurance
surance insurance help" during the late
stages of almost every pennant
drive and the Virginians, emulat emulating
ing emulating the parent club, did just that
in the I.L. this season to wrap up
Lea Peden and Jack Caro, a
pair of veteran minor leaguers
picked up in recent weeks, again
Jnade their presence felt Friday
night, accounting for four runs be between
tween between them to lead Richmond to a
8-3, victory over the Buffalo Bi Bisons.
sons. Bisons. The win gave the Vees a 2-1
lead over the Bisons in their best-of-seven
1 A three-run. eighth inning rally Richmond 6 Buffalo 3
carried the Miamj Marlins to a 7-4 Miami 7 Toronto 4
regular season champion Toron
to Maple Leais.
Peden climaxed the Virginians'
scoring with a -two-run fifth-inning
homer. Caro, who also homered
on Thursday, hit a bases-empty
round tripper in the fourth.
Windy McCall, who took over
for starter Satchel Paige in the
eiehth inning, gained credit for
the Miami victory, Bobby Tiefe-
nauer, the third of four loronto
pitchers, was tagged with the loss
W L Pet.
Last Night's Results
JtACOONALD ft HUM UMITID, OMIIank UiK
pamp PERRY. Ohio Marine
Staff Sergeant Michael Pistroforte
won the 1957 National service hum
shin this week with an
-Mihni-iHvo 738 of a Dossible 750
for a seven-match test tnat is one
of the toughest in shooting com
viii. Centre. N.Y. led the marines
in an almost clean sweep of the
opnt sls thev tOOK lour in me
fircf fivp niaces. and won me
championship for the fifth time in
the last six years.
rhief Warrant Officr Roy F.
Pina'ITSMC. Pasco. Wash., piac
ri sppond with 734. followed by
Tumimtc Tech Serseant James
H. Brannon, Denver, Colo., with
733. Marine xecn sergeam wiuc
a ahn. Enternrise". Ore., was
fourth with 724 with 84 in the v-
ring, to edge ahead of Army ser sergeant
geant sergeant David C. Chai, Wahiawa,
Oahu. T.H., who had 724 with 56
in the v-ring.
Aiw- trailing the leaders for
six days, Ammon Bell, Hummels-
town, Pavj forged aneaa to m
1957 National Open Rifle cham
pionship with a seven-match ag aggregate
gregate aggregate of 734, if a possible 750.
Army Reserve First Lieutenant
.toe A. Deckert. Deming, N,a.,
who Mipnt into the final day of com-
DetiMon.witn wnai seemea u cum-
fortablel(lead,. wound up in sec
ond place with 733. The lieutenant
fired a perfect score in the final
match, but dropped live points
when his' first shot, a Duiiseye,
was directed at the wrong target.
It was a costlv mistake as he went
on to fire his remaining shots all
in the bullseye of his assigned tar target,
get, target, scoring 95 instead of the pos possible
sible possible 100 which would have given
him. the championship with three
points to spare.
CAP IT Obi O
- Also: r
GODZILLA, King of
GUN FOR A
Giants' All-Arbund Star,
Senators' Slugger Again
'One-Man Gangs' Last Night
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK; Sept. 14 (tJF) Willie Mays and
Roy Sievers don't have the traditional advantage of
playing for pennant contenders but there probably
wouldn't be a whisper of protesamong baseball men
if they won the year's most valuable player awards.
The. New York Giants' bru-iftomered in jth midst of the
.. .J 1. i 1 J J AW. TfllaMl .J1A. A t H
juiuiBUB aaanu oi iour ea oox
Balba Pool Begins
Fall Classes Monday
Wild Diablo Pupils;
The fall' classes at the Balboa
Swimming Pool will begin on Mon
day Sept.. 16 with the pupils of
Dinhln Knhnnl i" I' r
Kindergarten and other beginners
will be screened in the pool to de
termine their class assignment.
The more advanced beginners will
be schedued.on Tuesdays and
Pre school children, interme
diates and swimmers will be ex
empt from srreemng.
Classes will be scheduled as fol
lows: : -' :: v
Monday and Wadnasday
Pre-school (four year olds) 9
Kindergarten 10:00 10:45.
Kindergarten 1:15 p.m. 1:00.
Beginners (1st and 2nd grade)
1 1K :4.AA
Beginners 1st and up) 1:15
Intermediates 4:00 4:45.
60c. r '30c.
B h G WEEKEND RE.LEAS.E1
IN THIS OUR ROCK AND ROLL GENiRATlQN?
'Ml i i
Straight to the electric chair
Frank Sutton Tarry Green Jamet FrincUcut
William Hlnant Cul6n de PHILIP Y0RDAN y
LEO TOWNSEND Produclda y dlrlf Ida por
WILLIAM BWKE Dlstrlbutda por
UNITtu AKT1S1 :
TODAY I with
at ll:M pjn. I' JnTT
MID NIGHT I C
lack PalsjM i
- to ; ; LJ
' KNIFE" 1
liant 1 all-around star and the
Washington Senators' alugger
were "one-man gangs again
lata nleht as thev sought to ntfil
down atatlstlcal proofs of their
great seasons. Mays had four
hits ancb threw out a runner at
the plate as the Giants whipped
the St- Louis Cardinals, 7-3,
while Slevers drove in three
runs with a pair of homers to
lead the senators to an n-ts
triumph over the Kansas .City
The Giants victory held the
Cardinals five games behind
the first Dlace Milwaukee
Braves, who bowed to the Brook'
lyn Dodgers 5-1, in the National
Leaeue race while the only sig
nlficance of the Senators' win
was they now have a mere 14
games to play before they can
watch the World Series on TV.
But: individually. Willie and
Sievers made important hay.
Mavs. seeking his second N.L.
batting title, raised his average
to .336. four points behind St
Louis' Stan Musial, who struck
out in his only appearance in
the game. Slevers' 37th and 38th
homers gave him a lead of tout
over Mickey Mantle and his
three R.B.T.'s raised his A.L.-
leadlng total to 105.
WiUie's "tear" and Jim Con Con-stable's
stable's Con-stable's two-hit 6 1-3 innings
of -middle-Inning relief pitch pitching
ing pitching paced the Giants to their
68th victory of the season
one more than they scored all
season. The loss left the Car Cardinals
dinals Cardinals with five games to make
up and only 14 to play a 50-1
shot. -v 1 P -r
The Dodtreri scored fouruns
on three hits and four straight
walks in the seventh inning to
deal the wobbly ... Braves their
seventh loss in 11 games.. Don
Drysdale struck out .fire and al allowed
lowed allowed only iyk .hits in gaining
his 15th 1 victory compared to
nine defeats. !" v
Smoky Burgess eighth in
ning homer provided the mar
gin or victory as the Cincinnati
Redlegs out-slugged the Phila-
delnhia Phillies, 8-7, and the
Pittsburgh pirates downed the
Chicago Cubs,.. 4-1 and ?-l, in
other N,Ii; games.
In the : American League, the
New York Yankees widened
their lead to six e;ames with a
7-1 triumph '.over the second second-place
place second-place Chicago White ,. Sox and
the Cleveland Indians crushed
the Boston Jtfed Sox. 16-3. D D-troit
troit D-troit at Baltimore was rained
Out. i'x. i
Johnny TClionstln was the co-
hero for the Redlegs. comin out
of the h"U-pen in the ninth to I
retire Willie Jones and Chlcof
Fernaririer and stoo a three-run
Philadelnhlw HDi!ln. Poh
TTiurman n'o-honirM fo- th
Redlegs. who handed 17-game
winner Jack Saniord his seventh
Bob Friend ultched a slx-hlt-
ter for his 12th rictory as Hank
Folles and Bob Skinner homered
and Bob Smith won Ms second
eame when Gene Freese singled
home the winning -run In the
ninth for the Pirates. ron El
ston suffered his seventh loss
snd Moe Drabowsky his 14th for
Slevers tied the score at -8
for the Senators with a two two-run
run two-run homer in the sixth and
hit a solo round-trlpper in the
seventh as Washlnrton raQled
from an early 6-3 deficit. Gas
Zernial hWrnered for Kansas
City while Ross. Kemmerer al also
so also homered for Washington. ';
Mantle returned to action with
a trlole and a double to lead
13-hlt- Yankee attack that all
but burled the White Sox' nen
nant hopes. Blllv Pierce. Chica Chicago's
go's Chicago's 19-gune winner, was k k-voed
voed k-voed In 2 1-3 inning bv jth
Yankees who saw Whltey word
and Bob Grim limit the White
Sox to- eight hits. ;
Dick Williams had five hits
and Bobbv ATila had four to
lead a 2i-hlt Cleveland attack
that enabled. Mike Garcia to
wert homered and knocked In,
five runs and J Cafff rWt
breeze to his 11th win. Vic
Rifle Squad Jo Cldss::Pltices
Tuesday and Thursday
Adult women 9 a.m. 9:45.
Kindergarten 10:00 10:45.
Kindergarten 1 :is 2 :00. ,1
Beginners (1st and 2nd grade)
Beginners (1st thru 6th grades)
Swimmers' 4:00 4:45.
All children wishing to enter
classes must bring their pool iden identification
tification identification cards for admittance.
LThose having no card shohid ap
ply ion uem: at tne pool ,omce.i. :
CAMP PERRY. Ohio (Speeial)
First Lieutenant Donald J. Green,
Heavy Mortar, Company, ,20th In
fantry, led the U.S.; Army Cirlb-
Dan ririe aauaa memoers io .. a
tqtal of 14 awards and class plac places
es places as theN'1957 National Rifle
Matches ended Tuesday. 1 -
Lieutenant Green, in the "past
seven days of firing, ; placed in
the newly revised :r President's
Match and was the only number
of the only member of the squad
to acquire an-excellence in com competition
petition competition award during the-National
Trophy Individual rvca Ri Rifle
fle Rifle Match. - ,
A summary of the awards won:
by tha U.S. A r m u Caribbean
markxmen include!!! ; :v
The Service Rifle- Aggregate.
Place awards in the expert class:
LSepcialist Third Class -Frank F.
ureer, a uonipauy, at. iiuauu;
and Sergeant First Class Cecil L.
Stevens, E Company, 20th Infan
Members Trophy Match. 20
round slow fire at 600 yards: Ser Sergeant
geant Sergeant First Class William t J. Mc-
reeley. 1 company, ,20tn imantry.
a place award in the expert class
with a score of 98-12v of a possi
. Leech Cup Match, 20 rounds
slow fire at 1000 yards: Sergeant
James Gray, K Company, 20th
Infantry, a place award m the
eert class with a score of 94-
5v of a posible 100.
Lieutenant Green fired a score
of 139-12V of a possible 150' to
pice in the President's Match and
a score of 238-25V to win his place
in the Leg Match and the excel excellence
lence excellence in competition award.
in the Marine Corps cup Aiatcn,
Sergeant Silas Drake. C Company.
20th Infantry, won first place in
the expert class with a score ; of
100-llv of a possible 100, and Spe Specialist
cialist Specialist Second Class Richard A.
Kemp,'" Headquarters, U.S, Army
Caribbean, won first place in the
marksmen class with a score of
97-9v. The match includes 10 shots
200 yards rapid fire, standing to
sitting, and 10 shots slow fire at
The week was otherwise event
ful for Leiutenant Green, who was
sworn as a second lieutenant in the
Regular Army by Major Gener General
al General John Ac Dabney, Chief of Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, Continental Army Command,
and who alsopresented the lieuten
ant yith a Bronze Medal for his
place award in the National Tro
phy Individual S er Vi C e Rifle
Mafch.'(h3fn i f,
f aergaani j uraae:? ? aiso won i
bronze medal in the.; Wimbledon
Cup Match. 20. rounds slow fire
at 1000 yards, with a scor of 94-
6v of a possible 100.
bergeant Gray also, won a place
award in tne expert class in the
Navy Cup Match. Private First
Clas Billy. J. Nichelson. G Com
Fa J f vi.u nuauu j vv eia u i i u
place sharpshooter in this month.
In tne Coast Guard Rapid Fire
rropny Matchi sergeant Gray 4 a
0nin nlapav in tha avnavr aI...
while in the Service Rifle Rapid
fire Aiatcn, specialist Greer plac placed
ed placed in the expert class fend S n e-
cialist Kemp in the m a r k s m e n
"I .-v w t m '.j.-.
Pfct. tl t
Jt89 n? f
V'1 C JB-
NATIONAL LEAGUI ,.t
i j 'W. ; I, Pet. OB
: 85 55 -.607
80 60 .571 5
79 63 .556 7
72 68 ,514. 13'
70 72 .493 16
68 75 t .476 1814
"57 85 ,40129
53 86 ,,381 31U
New York, j
. Today's Gam :" ';
Pittsburgh at Chicago (2) v
t Philadelphia at Cmnnnati
Brooklyn at Milwaukee '. f
New York at St. Louis ...
(First Game) 1 r
Lmcago 100 000 0001 $ 0
Chicago 1000000001 e 0
f nena tiz-17; and Foiles.
.Elston (5-7), Lown and Silverai
Ixn: ii. i i .
ruisuurgn s 100 000 00126 -1
Chicago ooo 001 0001 4 2
R. Smith (2-3), Face and Peter-
sun, f .... .i V A
Drabowsky (10-14and Silvera".
(Night' Ga'me) -r
Tii.iij-t.i.! 0 .'.
xiuiaaeipnia 031 000 003 7 16 4
Cincinnati 400 ni? niit o n
Sfnford (17-7),, Morehead, Card-i
wcu, -team ana juopate, Lonnette.
Nuxh all. Acker no.s VP,f)h;i
Kennedy, Klippstein and Burgess;
Brooklyn r 000 001 400-5 1
Milwaukee 010 000 ooo i s i
; Drysdale (15-9) and CampaneUa.
Conley (8-9). McMahnn P .i..
(Night Gamp) ,x
New York 001 000 0337 1R 1
J AMERICAN LEAC
reams . W L
New York 89 52
Chicago 1 1 82 57
Boston 75 65
Detroit. W.v 72' 67
Cleveland 1 68 71
Baltimore 66 72
Kansas Cityv. ,' .52 -86-
Today's Games (
'Chicago at New, York'
"Kansas City at'WashmitOiL'T
, Detroit at Baltimore j ; 1
Cleveland at -Boston I v '
Chicago!. 010 000 000-1,1;, I :
New, York M. 121 012 00x--7-13 -'
Pierce- (1$-11), Staley, Latman,
McDonald and Lollar..- v
j Ford (10-4),, Grim and-Howard. (
(Night, Game) T- 'v r f-
031 200 000-6 11
002 405 12X-11 14
Kellner, Trucks (8-6). Morgam,!
Portocarrero and Thompson., v ,-Kemmerern
Kemmerern ,-Kemmerern Hyde (4-3)' and" Fits- r '
Nifht Game) A
(Night Game) v
Cleveland 200 024 134-16 21 0 i'
Boston 021 000 0003 6 3
. Garcia (11-8) and Brown. --
Sisler, Susce (8-3), Porterfield, v ;,
Stone and Daley."' 11 - 1
Detroit at Baltimore (Postponed,
rairj).,-, 'V' S, '
200 000 010-3 10 1 and Landrithr
. Gomez, Constable! (1-1), Grissom
'Jackson (13-9), Muffett, Merritt
Ski Tournament Opens
Tela -nc"nto .35. 0
Double ha ClnemaScopel
Rs Minan'd In
RIYER'S EDGE 4
Rtx Reason In
BADLANDS ef MONTANA
. .i Jan Sterling in
"RETURN FROM THE SEA
Rod Cameron In
Have row diecovered That
"Flivof ControT ties done
. to White OwtaT Nrvcr-no,
never to our knot ledge has
there been a cigar so light
and wuld with se enudi rick,
V Light up end ec wky
: White Otrfs "Flrror Cost.
troT ie SBaktaf cigar hietoryl
It sneaast Fidd-byeld sdee.
v tioa of tobecca, fo-byowe
t caring, bea-by-boa troadt troadt-tJonsng
tJonsng troadt-tJonsng o grve yoo top la
wi every White Owi fxM
lee eesd eel bshete te fa e dfeii
. Major Loren E. Davis, team
captain, in praising the members
of the rifle squad for their efforts
camp Pery. specifically men
tioned Private. First Class James
E. Rjckard, headquarters, U. S.
Army Caribbean. ;
"Private Rickard has the for fortune
tune fortune to be classified in the mas masters
ters masters iciass in his lirst year of com competition
petition competition and consequently missed
out on a lot of medals he would
have won had his ability devfeloo-
ed slowly," Major Davis said. Pri
vate Richard fired 'well in all
matches but was unable to place
in his class, the highest in match
in tne final match of the 1957
competition, the U.S. at Army Ca Caribbean
ribbean Caribbean marksmen placed 20th in
the National Trophy team match
witn a score of 1383-94v. The match
was fired on Tuesday in a steady
rain. Winner of the match was
the All-Army Blue entry with a
record score of 1440-127v.
WINTER HAVEN -! (UP) -A
xpnr of nations' will be -represent
ed today in the opening of three
days of competition in the fifth
biennial World Water Ski. Tourna
ment at Cypress Gardens. E v1 -,
The contestants have been here
qualifying all week for the rugged
comDetition. The women's slalom
th mirnarriPnt this morn-
ipff with mcn'a jumping icTbedJed J
t Denmark, Italy,- s4itierland,
Anstrtlla, -Gonads;: France, Bel-
.lnm Enalandi. t Hawaii. Naw
Zealand, Mic, Menace Pant-n
me, Aastriasweden,: Spain, re- -ru,
Brazil, Argentina, Chil, Le Le-benort,
benort, Le-benort, .Cube ; end the United
$tats have .entries vn-'Vf.'t-V
The U;S. was the team favorite
with v France the. choice for Eu-
rop and Italy a strong contender
The U.S. was tne team tavoriie
witb France the bhoice for Europe
and Italy a strong contender, r
'Lebanon almost lost their "str
when Simon Khoury split his chin
wound required five stitcher Bill
Grenfell of Australia suffered a
wrenched knee and -dropped uL
Pierre Jager of Switzerland was
sidelined by a dislocated shoulder.
The American team was cent
ted ef Leah; Atkins ef Brim :
i, N ancle Rldeent ef Or
lando, Charles Steerns ef Belle-
flatwr. C.lif Ju Caik Cv.
'press Gardns Joe Muller ef i,, i,,-MeQueny,
MeQueny, i,,-MeQueny, Tex., end Mike Am- -j
sbury ef Cypres Gardens. '.
Rita Hollander. 22, of Copenhatf-
en. who' holds" Denmark's 'v- trick
riding jiqe, waathe only on to
qualify from her, country. She wilf ..'.
jump Len Hollander, 18, her sis. 4
iujuicu esii eaajjvies e uu t,ias vbliw
er Danish entry, Anna Marie Lar.
son z? tailed lo quality.- .
Miss Larson said she was not
Hissnnriintpf at nonmarVc thnwj s
ihg because "We are seeing reaf
world champions here." She said ',
skiers from the warm climates are ,-.
bettr because they have a -chance
to practice the year round, which;
while making a practice jump. The is not true-in Denmark,
- Itsey Bitsey Leafue
HAD West Bank 1
: In the scratch division, West
Bank yould have won at least two
points but the' payoff is based on
handicaps and the latter margin
er N.A.D4 who are ir a triple tie
for first place,
Glenn Caley was hotter than a
pistol -when he tossed a lid-lifter
with a 205, but he cooled off and
finished with a 496 series. His wife
was next high with a 434. For the
disposed West Bankers, Dor.sy
Tyndall had a 487 series. He too
could not keep hise arty pace
and as a result missed out on the
five hundred circle.
CeceH Nevy 8 laeene 1
' A three point win enabled the
Cocoli iquintet to go into a triple
deadlock for the lead in the leaguer
Corky Knappert posted the best
score en the bulletin, board for this
match, yith a 445 Which reveals
that the other keglers and kegle kegle-rettes
rettes kegle-rettes were having a rough time.
For Lacona it wts the weaker sex
that walked off with scoring honors
with a 415 for Tha Moulton. Doo
Willis of Cocoli Navy had the sa satisfaction
tisfaction satisfaction of having tossed the ht
single game ef tius conflict, a 173., f
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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER If, 1957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
Amador Club Championship
A. SMILE OF 'SUCCESS is displayed by Albrook winnerr In the recent Panama Canal' Atoilver-"
aary Swim Meet. Displaying their trophies are left to right)? Janet Gill,- 2d place in 25 yd
iree style 7-8 year-olds; Karen GiU, first place in 50 meters free style, 9-10 year-olds; Ran-
dall Akers 2d place in 50 meter' backstroke.- 9-10 year-olds; Mary Kay Adams, 2d place in 50
meters backstroke, 1112 year-olds; and LaRue Akers, 3d place in 50 meters backstroke, 11-12
year-olds. Also shown is Mrs. Temple Plowman, Albrook Tiouth Activities chairman. The meet
f-was held at Fort Clayton. , .,--y?
Ledttier Flies At Fort
In Nine-Bout Boxing
H By CUFJf- HARD16
Tathr flew, for -the first time
Ais- season last Tuesday night at
Fort Jlobbe, as tne zna -jjanauon
of the 20th Intantry held;a nine nine-card
card nine-card boxing smoker beipre a pack packed
ed packed -house att Hangar A.
A Three TKOs highlighted tne tasi
action as four men irom G Com Company
pany Company fought their wajf to victory,
leaamg all other companies in to total
tal total wmg. ,- -'','-
.Action got. underway rather slow slowly
ly slowly in the first bout of the evening,
as.' Private First Class AViibert Ash Ash-ton
ton Ash-ton and Private First Class William
Cooley, both ofxF Company,' apart
red -cautiously throughout the nrst
round;; .' v1 w"'
The second round -was something
else. Cooley came out swinging,
but Ashton, blocked -most of the
blows witlv his Ibows, counter-attacking
viciously witnTard -lefts
to the head.'
Thi third round: was Ashton's by
a slight margins as 'Cooley tired
towards 'the; close. In a tight deci
sion, Ashton was declared the win win-ner'4v.';!ir
ner'4v.';!ir win-ner'4v.';!ir The- second 'bout brought Iplenly
of excitement tor ringside fns.
Private Fust Class, Joe p. Price
and Private First Class Francis
WhiteV botfi Of ,H Company, had
gone at it hdt aid heavy for a
round, and a balf when one of
Price's roundhouse rights .s if n t
White sprawling through the ropes
to the floor below. 3-, , 1
; But White.'none, the worse' for
wear, came back- swinging. In an another
other another minute,' though, it was all
over.' -White hit the deck again,
and Trice was the1 winner" by a
TKOJ Tha overflow crowd gave
I both" boys a big hand for their ef
came in the 125-pound class. Pri
vate First Class Steven Dunmore,
one of the hard. punches from G
Comoanv., decisionea a much more
experienced opponent, Specialist
Third Class j Alfred Fleming of- J
Dunmore a Native" of Coluntbiaj
S.C.4 yon the last round from Flem
ing by a narrow margin to cop
the laurels. 4
The men of G. Company had still
more reason to cheer in the next
two bouts. Private John Click
clicked with a' second round TKO
over Private Clayton Gulick, of
Hv Company in :Ja 4 welterweight
battle: "and Private" First fClass
Hector Mont-Santiago, of Santurce,
P.R.. took a light welterweight
dcision from Private First Class
Edgar Lee Malone. .another; ;H
Company rpresntative;'. s,; ; ''.
ay ntermissian tim-e, u com
pany had wo three straight bouts,
but F. Company won two in a row
after the refreshment breaki
Private First -Class Lawrence
Curtis stopped Private First Class
Hector Ocasio of K Company Jate
in the second round,- after domi dominating
nating dominating throughout, and Specialist
First Class Ellis Jyrd, also of F
Appropriately;; th last two bouts minute of action.
on the card produced the classiest
boxing Oi the mght. In the semU
final, Prliate First Class Robert
Broiks won G Company's .lourth
title, outpointing private First
Class Curtis Dumas of Headquar Headquarters
ters Headquarters CO.'' 6.;,,:! : f'iV .'.'' i'-i? tfV.V-
Brooks never stopped f throwing
leather irom bell to bell and he
had Dumas against the: ropes for
much of the tight. Brooks, who
may welt be in, the running for
P A AF laurels before the .season
is ovef, floughte ffectively at close
range and landed heavy shots to
the head and mid-section. s
The finale,; a 136-pound contest,
saw two good hard-hitting fight
ers and an impenetrable defense,
Private First Class William, Bel
chia of G Company, fought hard but
iutilely Private First-Clasa Wicho-
laa-T voiogna,,;! oil consensus -the
nightlf top f ighter .blocked ieiferyv
wmg v oeicnia -inrew at mm 'anq
countered mor than effectively.'1
UOIoena. in eivintr Headanartn
Company; its only victory .. of f, the
night, displayed too form a food
jao; a solid right, and- the only
really effective defense-' Shown
throughout the evening.' He won a
unanimous decision, and closed
with a brilliant flurry ih the final
. As entries for the Fort Am'
aor uoil iiuo nanaicapi.
Championship closed Thurs.
day evening, i ninety eight
swingers had joined the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Competition, commenc commences
es commences today, with play to continue
Into mid-O e t o b e r. Seven
flights have been set up and
brackets are now posted at
the Amador Clubhouse,
v' Players are asked to check
' the lineups so that play can
be c completed on schedule.
. Further they should post their
1 phone numbers on the score
card ao that competitors can
arrange starting times.
First round play is sched
uled to be complied by Sep September
tember September 21, J957. Details on
play can be secured at the'
Fort Mnadot Club Handicap
' iy STSVi SNIDIR
NEW YORK (UP) A thea
ter-television network exeoutive
said i Thursday Sugar Ray Robin Robinson
son Robinson and Carmen Baisilio can draw
the greatest fight gate in history
Sept. 23, surpassing eve the fabu fabulous
lous fabulous $2,658,660 turnout for the sec
ond Dempsey-Tunney fight at Chi
"That's no nine dfeam." said
Nate Halpern. president of Thea
ter- Network Television, Inc.,
urhinh will narrv tha ftffhl nn a
closed circuit to at least lfi mov movie
ie movie houses in 131 cities.
Counting the gross at. our -thea
ters and the actual gate at Yankee
Stadium, It's entirely passible
these t we men will create boxing
"The fight itself is a natural,
Certainly the facilities are there,
including more than 500,000 thea
ter seats, to set' a new record for
Plans are Underway at the ,A-
mador Golf Club for the annual
Club Handicap Chimpionshfp Tour Tournament.
nament. Tournament. Club officials announced
The biggestfUDset off he; lughttbisweek
Twe things happened lo the Na Na-tlenaL
tlenaL Na-tlenaL tennis, championships that
were as predictable as they were
disappointing,. at. least te us, Ne. 1,
ar lads aet shut eut again, twe ef
these deft yeung Australian's wind
ing up in tne tinan. ne. r m
Amateur everterda gave their ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly treaty shealdei' te a pre pre-pesat
pesat pre-pesat that. Ope tournaments be
r i . -Am
Open tournament,9 just in
case you're not sure, is ine In
which amateurs nd professionals
may compete. They've been doing
this for years in golf, but the ten
nis fathers simply, won't have it.
Nor wul they explain why, per
haps-because there is no explana
tion aside from-pure stuffiness.
We're speaking now of the execu executive
tive executive committee of the USLTA (li (linked
nked (linked States Lawn Tennis Assn.).
These are the fossils who have the
say, and the following is what they
said 'to a committee of their own
underlings Who had the audacity
to submit a wel -.considered, en entirely
tirely entirely plausible report favoring
Qnete:. This repert was received
by the' executive cammiftae at Its
meetkig, Sept. i, 157, and was dis dis-appreved
appreved dis-appreved as cabmitted. Uneaete.
One ef the major point made by
Hie petitioning committee was
that an Open game would end all
those criticisms about the xpense
moBey- the amateurs ow receive.
That is an-admission that most of
th amateurs would tore pre, and
that happens to be what the exe-jbeian presence hadn't of'ended the
eutive committee is afraid or. al- executive' committee, it might
inougn we tan to see why., vtnat. nave, at mat, judging from the
, x rcvuiung iwui Deing a
fessional athlete t
professionals.-They, don't get rich,
but at the .same time they don't
have to do anything but travel, a-
t-ven t the execuuve committee
Even the executive" committe
must have winced at the footloose
note that was struck during the
press interviews with winners at
Forst Hills. It jarled out when
they were asked where thy Mve.
Said Althee Gibson: "Well, te be
frank with you, gntlemen; real
ly eon rnava a heme. j
And Malcolm Anderson, who is
only 22 years old: "I haven't been
home actually in four years." No,
he hasn't been away at school. He
is just been away at tennis. :
It turned but that when Ander Anderson
son Anderson did have a home it was-in
Quensland, which appears to be
the Texas of Australian. It Is cat
tle country. and urr to a noint
the natives even talk like Texans.
Anyway, young Anderson -was
reckoning all over the place. He
reckoned he was 10 pounds under underweight
weight underweight and he reckoned he'd fall
off a horse if he tried to ride one,;
he's been away so long.-., . i
On the ether hand.-certain el
Mr. Andersen's premmciatioat
might ring a trifle eddly in Dal Dallas
las Dallas ir Amarille. "The wye I start started
ed started eff and the wye I'd been play playing,
ing, playing, I thenght I had a chance te te-dye,"
dye," te-dye," he said aftr (Waiting his
faveredcestntrymaa, Ashley Coop Cooper,
er, Cooper, for the U.S. championihip.
So U went at Forest Hills, and
we took our leave hoping our pie-
ment is open to all male membrs
of, the club. Play will be in. eight
iugnia pi io piayers, paired ac according
cording according to handicaps on record as
0t September 1, 1957., Entry, fee
win oe one dollar per entrant,
witn funds used to defray part o!
the cost of prizes for each flight
wiuuei ana runner-up. ;j
; Flight competition will be under
United States Golf Association
match play rules with handi handi-cap
cap handi-cap allowance.; Date of play and
starting time will be by, mutual
agreement between contestants. If
no.jtarUnr date or time" can' be
mutually agreed to,; play must be
accomplished on the Sunday ef
each scheduled round.' or disquali
fication will result.- i v.- v
Entries can be accomplished at
the Fort Amador golf course club clubhouse.'..
house.'.. clubhouse.'.. "''' ' :.
' Tournament officials ihave' f an announced
nounced announced that i if ."entries exceed
flight capacity, berth playoffs may
be necessary. nich case" golf
ers of similar handicaps will com-
11 Shpofers Surpass
Old Individual Rifle
Record Of 246-19
CAMP PERRY. Ohio In a
tremendous display of superior
marksmanship,, 11 of the 1540
shooters who participated in the
National Trophy Individual Rifle
Match, last Saturday surpassed the
old mark of a 24-19 set by
Marine Staff Sergeant V. D.
Mitchell in 1956.
Leading the array of master ri riflemen
flemen riflemen was Marine Tech Sergeant
Paul V. Bailey, Portsmouth, Ohio,
who fired 247-27. setting anew
record to win the Daniel Boone
Trophy, symbolic of supremacy
with the Garand M-a rifle. ; ,
Army Major Sheldon E. Klddr,
Falls Church; Va., was a close
second with 247-25. Army,Mastr
sergeant Harold u stattoro. aur
lington, N.C.. was third -with 248
28. Army Specialist Third Class
Linden O, Foederud. Los Angeles.
Calif., was fourth with 246-26 and
Army Master Srgeant Robert E
Knott, Milton Free water Ore,
fifth, also with 246-26.
GULICK MEN'S LlAGUi
FORT GULICKTh NCO Club
keglers took four points irom the
Deadliners Monday night to climb
another rung up the ladder in their
drive to wm the 28-week Gulick
Men's Bowling League.
Second place Scrounging Five
picked up four points of bye.
in other leagu action the Mor
ticians buried the Conquistadors
taking all thre lines and total pins
to move into third plae.
The Two-Timers captured four
IWliflta Irnnt tha Pinenliltara a
pet. Tor, flight positions, with the Hirm hold fourth PTace7
16 best score qualyf vines for each Mi oh .m ....
flight (Example: golfers with forticiana John Borgstrom, who
U handicap applyaU play off for .'posted a 194. Skippy Fmnigan of
wiuii, wiui llic.in, NlAi t:iul team fnnlr hirtK
high nine "scores dropped from
competition.) This will not. apply
if flight are not filled.
The schedule of events is at fol
Berth playoffs, If requir-
Sept. 14 or 15 (depending on nee-!
essity or non -necessity of '- berth
playoffs)-through Sept. 20: First
round play. -.
Sept. 21-27: Second roud play.'
28-Oct 2: "Third round
nes with a 528 mark.
NCO Club v. :,
. 16H 11
HITTING THE ROAD : It's
this all out ffort at Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood Lake, N.Yt that is get getting
ting getting Sugar Ray ', Robinson in
shape to dfend the 'middle 'middleweight
weight 'middleweight championship against
Carmen Basilio at Yanke
'Stadium, Sept.. 23.-
- w 'wrrr w t
j Wr, the
WIDE SCREEN TECNNIC010K
PLUS THE SPECIAL
EXPRESS CARGO SERVICE FROM U.S.
ATLANTIC PORTS TO THE REPUBLIC t
OF PANAMA- and CANAL ZONE. ACCEPT.
ING CARGO FOR WEST COAST OF
v; ) Baltimore
SANTA INESW Sept, 5
SANTA RE0INA. . . Sept. 12
SANTA OLIVIA .... Sept,- 20
CUBA VICTORY Sept. 25
SANTA RITA ...... Oct. 4
SANTA MERCEDES Oct. 13
Philadelphia New York
I PASSENGER SERVICE
To Colombia, Ecuador, Peru & Chile TO NEW YTQRK
SANTA BARBARA ,Viv ...Sept. 19;
SANTA ISABEL Oct. 3
SANTA ISABEL . ...... .Sept. 18-
SANTA 'CECILIA ......... .Sept. 25
SANTA MARIA .....Oct. 2
CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE
From U, S. Pacific & West Coast
Central America to the Panama Canal
SANTA CRUZ v. s .... . .Sept, 23
SANTA ADELA ,., Oct. 13
To West Coast Central 4 C
America & U. S. Pacific Ports
SANTA CRUZ 'i .Spt..29
SANTA FE ....v.. ........ Nov. 10
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION APPLY
mmm (mm wimmi
CRISTOBAL 2131.2135 PANAMA 2-0556 -.2. pi 37
Oct. 3 Onal
have, at that, judging Irom
pro-iremark mad br a policeman who! Oct.
. (had reluctantly allowed cs to parkJchampionihip
ion a st reel apparently reservedly).
- or the black limousines c." the big-
1 1 'wigs. VI wovldnl mind se much, j October 12: Semi-finals,
it i. the leading amateur but that car of yours is my eye-; Oct. 13: Finals and award pres
the quivalent et poorly paidsort,'' he tc'i w ;'vn
FOOHUY PAID PROS..
10-12: Quarter finalj for
(flight winners oo-
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL IKSUT -always
cn CANADA DRY
; "High-Ball vilhoui .Canada Dry
' ; Ij Fcl-Bail" : :
Willy the Penguin aayst V
DpnH eihot ; ; get KCJDLS
Now with or without filter
Don't blowr your top at the waiter -relax -light up a
refreshing KooL Here's a really fresh cigarette, made even
better with -toothing menthol and a combination of the
world's finest tobaccos.
And, Kools are now available with or without filter .
Fresher; too, because they're "made right here in Panama. ;
THE PANAMA AMERICAN N INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 13:7
jf 1 1 .THIS ;
SPACE IS FOft SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE f
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE '2-0740
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHOME 2-0740
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PHILLIPS Oeeanside Cottages
Santa Clara. Box 1890 Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, R. da P. Phona Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTERS COTTAGES and large
batch home, one mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
! AGAIN reservation available at
Shrapnel's, Santa Clara Beach.
J Phona Thompson, Balboa 1772.
FOR RENT: 2 floor house. Top
floor: 3 bedrooms; bottom: 2
5 bedrooms. Quiet neighborhood.
Ave la. No. 13, Parque Lefevre.
FOR RENT: Modern large resi residence
dence residence at La Cresta, 3 bedrooms
. (one air conditioned), 'living 'living-dining
dining 'living-dining room, porch, large maid
quarter with bath, 2 independent
one room apartment- and bath,
garage, garden, completely fur furnished.
nished. furnished. Call Dr. Igo 2-2887 e 3 3-1969.
1969. 3-1969. Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spaed for office.
Compania da Seguro building in
Campo Alegra. Air conditioned,
alevator, cleanerman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.
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I f if -'rH f 2fli. sT-Srn V t
COL. JOHN D. CONEY, .left, post commander of Port Ama Amador,
dor, Amador, listeria as MSgt. E. D. McKeehan, seated, is briefed on
his. duties as new post sergeant major by MSgt. Jack N.
Cripps, right, outgoing sergeant major, cripps is returning
to the States for retirement. McKeehan was formerly the post post-supply
supply post-supply sergeant," Commandant Supply, Fort Amador.
. (U. S. Army PhOto)
Hew Command Plane
Flown To Isthmus
Three U.S. Army Caribbean a a-viation
viation a-viation personnel flew to Dallas,
Texas recently to pick up a new
command and reconnaissance
Clane, an L-23D, for Headquarters
r.S. Army Caribbean.
Capt. Richard E. LaBrode, 20th
Infantry, pilot, 1st. Lt, John-Ot-tley,
USARCARIB Aviation Detach Detachment,
ment, Detachment, co-pilot and Pfc William
Markey, Fort Clayton transporta transportation
tion transportation section, crew member, pick picked
ed picked up the plane at Collins Radio
Corp. in Dallas where radio equip equipment
ment equipment was being installed.
On the first day they flew down
as far as Monterrey, Mexico; the
second day as far as Guatemala
City, Guatemala, and they arriv arrived
ed arrived in the Canal Zone on the third
The new plane is a modified ver version
sion version of the L-23. Like its parent
ship, it has twin engines and is
nf uroyl hi Rarhrraft. Its
supercharged engines allow it to
cruise along at 150 knots at a max
imum altitude of u.vuu ieei. me
L-23D is equipped witi oxygen and
will carry six passengers. It has
a maximum range of 1700 miles
compared to the maximum range
of 1200 miles of the L-23.
Go To Be Decided
By Riahl Hand
' GREENWOOD. LAKE, NY.
CUP) The middleweight title
fight between Sugar, Ray Robin,
sua and Carmen B a s i 1 i o. two
deadly left-hookers.i probably wHl
be decided by a right nana. -Each
champion is throwing
more rights in training for the
Sept 23 bout than before any
previous contest. fi.
Robinson, groominr bere at the
' Long Pond Inn for his defense of
the ISO-pound crown at Yankee
Stadium; blasts his sparmates I
, with at least four varieties of
rights smashes to the body,
abort uppercuts to the chin.,
straight Shots to the head and
and evea the' long -"bolo" upper upper-cut
cut upper-cut to body or head." ;
Similarly at Syracuse, N.T Ba-
. si'io i suTH-is'i" spcttor by
throwing "sneaker" right to the
be4 hoU that seem to come
out of nowhere at an opponent
wm neurw to be r-f'-ng lor trie
everHlangerous left hook.
ATTENTION. 0. I.t Just built
modem furnished apartments, I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold water.
Phono Panama 3-4941.
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. Phono 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 Da Castro, Avenue "B" No.
9-24, phone 2-1616. Panama.
FOR RENT: Furnished apar apar-ment,
ment, apar-ment, one bedroom, hot water.
Percjil, Second street No. 11,
FOR RENT: A three bedroom
apartment, with two baths, living-dining
room, kitchen,, maid's
room with own bath, washtubs,
garage and hot 'water facilities.
For further details call Panama
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonzales
N S. A., or apply to the apart apartment
ment apartment No. I in Ave. Eusebio A.
Morales No. 4, El Cangrejo.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po
rra No. 99. Telephone 3-2068.
FOR RENT: Beautifulymodern
furnished two bedroom apart,
ment, including houseware. Ave.
Returning la Boca
Pastor To Be
Honored At Lunch
To welcome their returning
priest and his family, a luncheon
will be tendered in the parish hall
of St. Peter s Church, La- Boca, by
the Woman's Auxiliary and Parish
Welfare Council after the choral
Eucharist tomorrow morning, to
which the congregation is invited
The eucharist starts at 10:30,
and the Rev. John Spear, priest m
charge, will be celebrant and
The Spears arrived at Tocumen
airport this morning alter a vaca
tion of three months in the United
They first came to this mission
ary district three years ago from
the diocese of Long Island, and
Father Spear has been serving as
priest m charge of St. Simon's
hurch, Gamboa, and chaplain to
the penitentiary in addition to nis
services at La Boca.
Sailor Fined $25
For Hitting Dog
NORFOLK Va Sailnr
Flirito AevitA was nut 93 and 3n
days today for not being a friend
to man's best friend.
The 30-year-old seaman received
the' fine and jail term Thursday
aner ponce testified he failed to
ston after his car hit tins' inH
knocked it into a gutter, breaking
Trafiic Judge Vernon D. Hitch Hitching
ing Hitching Jr. said Agvito should have
Stonnd to see hnw haHlv (h
dog was hurt.
LONDON rtTPl Mvcttrinni
electrical interference which had
jammed tne radios of high-flying
bombpm nvpr Rritatn ham HaM
frarfl tn hrnnm i attnr t h m
Royal Air Force said today.' When
Dumoer duo's reported lntener lntener-ence
ence lntener-ence with their radio telephone
Wave Vnffthc lKo RAP and tka
general pest office assigned acien acien-su
su acien-su to investigate. They found the
trOllhl til Ka lotrAni nnoritnt
used by the broom factory.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (UP)
Ralph Fleming's lost parakeet has
a-jktmpy vocabulary, but it may
be enough to get him back home.
The bird can ?v one thine:
! "Franklin JLt 6384" Fleming'?
LEAVE rOLTB AD WITH ONE OF OUB AGENTS OR OUB OFFICES AT 1S-S7 "V STREET, FANAMA LBREHIA TRECIADO 7 Street ;AGENC1A!.
LNTKRNAL. Ofc PUBIJCACIONliS-i-No. 3 Lottery Flaza CASA ZALDO--Central Ave. 45 LOURDES FHARMACY 182 Cji Canasqullla t ARMAC1 WM
BARUO-No 26 "eV Street MORRlSON-4th of Julj Ave. It J St LEWIS SERVICi-Ave. Tlvoll No. 4 FABMACIA E81ADOS UNIDOS-.l4 tenteel Ave
VARMAC1A LUX-1M Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fo. le le One Ave. Mo. 41 FOTO DOMY Juslo Stjmwn; iv ."JJ" 8' .iHmlH.
VAN-DEaijlS 4 Street No S.' FARMAC1A FX BATUBBO Pqd LefevTe I Street e) FABMACIA AS"Vle Poms Ul NOVIBAOES ATHIS r- Blo
the Bella Vista Tbeatxe. COLpNt Central .Avenue I2.1S5 Tel. 43S i t i- i' ".,'."' A
FOR SALE: 1950 4-door Pack Packard.
ard. Packard. New rubber, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Reasonable pricey Call
Navy. Pacific 3016.
FOR SALE: 1952 Willys, sedan
new tires and. battery. Good con condition.
dition. condition. Balooa 3032. i 1
FOR SALE: Leaving country.
1953 Ford, radio. Perfect condi condition.
tion. condition. Phone 3-7044 3-2163.
Are you the right direction far
your auto repairs? 6a to 16th St.
Melendex. Garaee Johnston,
guaranteed auto repairs. Phona
FOR SALE: 1950 Chavrolat
4-door, white sidewall tires,
1953 engine. Gbln home! $200.
Call Panama 2-5347 after 6:00
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 1949,
deluxe 4-door sedan. Excellent
1953 engine. Going home! $200.
3662. Panama, Ry P.
FOR SALE: MG automobile,
model TDC Mark II, in good
condition. Selling because I have
to leave the country. See at
2624-B Cocoli or phone Pedro),
FOR SALE: 1955 Buick hard hardtop,
top, hardtop, new tires, 2 radio speakers,
tinted glass, power brakes, power
steering, signal lights. Car fs like
new $925.00, telephone Balboa
FOR SALE: By U. S. Embassy,
one 1952 Willys panel truck,
May be inspected and bid form
obtained at Embassy, Balboa Ave.
between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m.
September 16 to 18.
FOR SALE: 1953 Station Wa Wagon
gon Wagon for 9 passengers, in good
condition, new tire. Confortablo
for transportation. For Informa Information
tion Information call 3-5279.
155 Central Ave.
TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2245 K 2-2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding (V Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-2451
or by appointment.
- Gibraltar Mfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
Tel Panama 1-0551
. DOROTHY CHASE'S
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
Include Ballet, Tap, Toe.
Women's classes and turn-,
Mint; for 'Little Guys."
For all information
(Across Banco Naclonal)
Ktrw YORK (UP) Someone aD-
parentiy saved his Confederate
mnnpv ludeine bv an ad in to
day's New York Times. The sd:
Wantea unmeaiaituy, uiu unie
carpetbag, style of 1866, original
nrffrrMi .' Must be in eood condi
tion. Write: Dr. Fount Richardson,
Box 13", Fayetteville, Arkansas.
CHICAGO (UP) Steak lovers
who like their meat "smothered in
mushrooms almost had their
wish- until hotel cooks ruled
as ainst It. They d ecided not to
serve guests a 8-pound mushroom
more than X fet in diameter that
came from a Wisconsin forest.
;. XUNGRY THIEVES
BETTENDORF, Iowa (UP)-Po'-
bee today trad a fair k'ea of the
grounds on .which they will arrest
thieves who broke into a market
Picnic grounds. The burglars stole.
instead of money, lunch meat,
bread, cheese, cold beer and cig-
FOR SALE: Rolls if lex tessar f
. 3.5, used, $75, inel. csrr. case
International Jewerly 1 5$ Cen Central
tral Central Ave. Phone 2-1803.
FOR SALE: Hallicrafters com communication
munication communication receiver S-40B, x
cedent, $55.00. Phone 103,
. FOR SALE: Save money! Buy
Clayco bulldjng blocks, 4"xl2"
xl2". They are economical, light.'
and do not crack, $123.20 per
thousand. Clayco fr Alfararia, S,
' A., Via Espana No. 37-40.
FOR SALE: 24" T. V. set Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 21 81 -A 8th etreet. Phona
FOR SALE: 1950 Otdsmobila
convertible. Excellent' running
conditions. Best offer over $250.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house refrigerator,! porcelain.
Phone Balboa 6317.-;
FOR SALE Bargain! General
' Electric 9" refrigerator, four
burners Magic Chef stove, both
very good condition .at $135.
Call 3-1815 Panami.
Two Convicts Hacked To Death
In Reformed 'Hell Hole' Prison
ANGOLA. La., Sept. U UP)--A
guard found two state penitentiary
convicts hacked to death in their
beds yesterday and officials be
gan questioning 50 other occupants
of their dormitory in a hunt for the
killer or killers.
Revenge was believed a motive
in the double slaying. One of the
victims had himself been serving
life (for a murder committed in inside
side inside the prison seven years ago.
Warden Maurice Sigler said "It
was one of the most vicious things
I have seen" at the prison, once
called f. "hell hole" by federal
- "Both were- badly mutilated,?
Sigler said. "The killers had taken
this meat cleaver and struck both
of them about the head, along the
side of,; the bead and the face.
There was ,v no sign of any
struggle." , v
One of the victims,-Billy Aldrich
33, was serving a life term for a
prison murder. He had originally
been, sent to v Angola for armed
robbery. ' 1
The second victim, Clarence Jo Joseph
seph Joseph Gros, 25, of Jefferson Parish,
near New Orleans, entered Angola
in 1953 on a five-year habitual
theft sentence. -.
Sigler said guards and prison of
ficers will interview every man in
the medium security dormitory
where the men died. ".
At 5 a.m., duty officer J. W.
Perkins inspected the dormitory
a nd "everybody was all right,"
Sigler said. :
At 6:30 a.m. on the next check,
Perkins found th bodies in their
The men were under the covers,
except fop their heads, Sigler said.
The convicts heads -were
slashed with a meat; cleaver,
which was found hidden behind
the sink in a janitor's closet in
the dormitory. ? ;
The a cleaver was washed but
some bloodstains remained. :
"There were no signs of strug strug-gle,"v
gle,"v strug-gle,"v Sigler said. "It looks like
they Were killed in their sleep. In
my opinion it would be double
murder. It was very evident they
did not kui each other."
Many; prisoner haye -freedom
A MILLION DOLLAR DOUBLE-CROSS
UPLUDES ...IN LISDONI J
Whf lit ta ejMlek ael Im t wSMl
msorr 1 ra 1
RAY MILLAN3 I.!ALaEEN OTiASA
" ADDED ATTRACTTONl. j
A dangerous Safari to the
Louis Cotlow, the famous
. FOR SALE ""-New reversible ny-'.
Ion green and yellow tap Minds?
made by Tropieena. Phone Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 3173r.; "- J-
;FOR SALIWl ft. G. (f re re-.
. re-. frigdrator, utetf S months, 60
cycle.- 8 lb. Kenmera automatic.
washer, 60 cycle. 25 cycle West--
inghouse 'refrigerator, .porcelain,
Phone Balboa 6317,,
FOR $ALt: 100 square meterr
level lot. an Lafeyre .Avenue,
: Parque ; Lefevre. Bus r passes.
- Going 'cheap as we ,are leaving
the country. Make on offer at
2624-B Cocoli or phone Pedro
Miguel S3 3.
FOR SALE: Boxer puppies AKC
i registered; Can be seen at Qtrs.
I2-B Ft.' Davis. Phona 07263.
FOR SELL: Quality Golden
fawn BOXER PUPPIES 3 months,,
Phone- office. 2-1 344, residence
2-1704.7 '. '''-T
to move around within-'the 118;000
acre farm-type prison, located on
the east bank pf the Mississippi
Rtver just below tne Mississippi
state line. '
- "We feel we know at least one
person involved, although that' has
not been estaDUshett," sigler said.
"It's just my assumption. Abso
lutely : no motive has been? estab
lished." ' ': i $
But revense was suspected., in
vestigators said. ..
Prison officials : noted the simi
larity; of the murders to the stab-
Ding aeatn oi jp rea L,anarum m
1950 of Which Aldricbv and OUie
Dixon were 'convicted, .-,'
j ? '. ; -
Landrum was believed mur murdered
dered murdered seven years ago becouse he
topped guards an -escape plot was
being planned. ...
' The double murder took place
in the dormitories which were
built,ln the last two years as part
of a reform movement..- Aneola
had a history of extreme violence
dating back : to the -last century
until the 1950's.' But in the- last
three years the prison has Won, a
reputation as being a model prison
lor tne nation., t ;
West Feliciana Parish Coroner
P. A. Niebergall. told the warden
in his opinion the men were killed
between 5 and 6 am., , t
Actor Ordered 'J
To Pay Wife: :
$4,200 Per Month'
SANTA MONICA, Calif, (VP.)
Acter jack balance has been or
dered to pay. his estranged : wife.
Mrs. Virginia Baker Palance, $4,-
200 a month support for herself
and their three children.
Court Commissioner Arthur K.
Marshall Thursday Issued the
support order pending trial of
Mrs. Palance's snit of," excessive
drmkine.' striking her and havlne
affairs with other women. ?
ADM. PRICES; . 3
heart of Africa, filmed by.
explorer (in Technicolor)
3-minute car wash-' $f, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
. cars $5.. Aute-Bano, Trans-Isth-
Fnian Highway near Sears,
For the best, in T.V.'and electre-
-. nic repairs, telephone: Panama
3-7607 U. S. Television.,
The .best dinner and brinks
re served in cur modern air air-'
' air-' conaitionao catrria grill and
bar. Hotel Intamadonal "Pla-
Registration for- teen-age Ball Ball-i
i Ball-i :room dancing; Cofilien classes to ;
include the social amenities, is'.
open from 6:30 p.m. Monday 16
i September to 7 :00 Thursday, 1 9
September at Llona Sears' Studio,.
El Cangrejo, Tel. Pan. 3-0327.
1 957 COTILLION v; CLASS
GRADUATES NOTICE! The Ju Junior
nior Junior Assembly for Advanced
Dancing is "ready for registration.
Please call Llona Sears, Tel. Pan.
3-0327 after Monday, 16 Sept.
LEARN BALLROOM Dancing
Adults jTeenagers Preteena
Balboa'.. 2-4239. Hsrnatt and
Hew Paslor Comes
For Firsl Bapfisls
The' Rev. W. C. PARKER
The- Rev.' Wendall C. V Parker,
(above) newtiastor of the First
(Baptist Church," Margarita, will
arrive on the Isthmus, Tuesday
Accompanying him on his trip
from-Mobile, Ala.; will he iiis wife
Jane and eight-month old 1 daughter
Le Anne., i-ri
h6 ReV." Parker comes to" sthe
Margarita," Church from the Cal Calvert
vert Calvert .(Ala.) Baptist Church.'wher
he served pastor from Septem September
ber September 1956 until he. accepted the call
to the Margarita church. He fills
the vsranrv left since the first of
Apri by the resignation of iRevl
red S. Roth who accepted a can
to the 'Southside Baptist Church,
Jacksonville, Fla h ,J'-K-:h i ?"
The new pastoi1 was" born in Al Albuquerque,
buquerque, Albuquerque, N. M., the son "of a
missionary. He attended the Uni
versity, of- New Mexico, Hardin-
Simmons Unrversitv in Texas, and
Southwestern. Baptist Theological
Seminary; Fort Worth, Texas,
where he received his Bachelor of
Divinity degree in May v1956. vHe
served aa-nastor of the Doyle Mis
sion, FortiWorth, from June "1953
until August 1956, before going to
Calvert; V4V.'. '.. .-.'...,-
' The .Parker family' will arrive
Tuesday at Tocumen airport, and
then proceed to- the Atlantic aide
where they will make their-home
in Gatun. He will immediately be
gin servmg as pastor of ; tne
Church. 'A church-wide fellowship
social is' planned for' Fridav as ;a
welcoming party for. the new pas pastor
tor pastor and; his family.- .'t .. '.
. On Sept. 22. he- will "speak: .from
the Margarita pulpit, for the-first
Young US PianisL
To Play Tuesday. : ;
Al Ha!. Theater :
Canal Zone and' Panama resid
ents- will have the opportunity to
hear: a- yoJg American, pianist
Tuesday aight, when Miss Jloise!
Folk play at theationai xnea-j
ter. ; ' .' ; ;
ter; ',-t. -x- -w ". ; '
Miss Polk has bee successful
during a extensive tour through'
Swede, Denmark, and Spain.
Barcelona critics rated her as a
virtnouse for her technique, ex excellent
cellent excellent interpretative sensibility,!
and amaxing capacity to identify!
herself with the com wiser.
The prognra for Tuesday snouia
be a delight to Chopm lovers.
Works of Bach, Mozart and
Brahms are also included, in the
first part of the program.
The concert begins at 8: IS p.m.
and tickets are on sale at Depart Department
ment Department of Fine Arts, te)eoboe.2 te)eoboe.2-Zjt,'
Zjt,' te)eoboe.2-Zjt,' until 10 p.m. daily.
, ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER MA," DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. C.Z.
' ATTENTION all Isthmian enter.;
'tainers- singers, dancers, novetty
etc. '(Professional or amateur),
,'Audi'tions Monday 3:30 p.m. Sa Sa-Ion
Ion Sa-Ion Panama, Hotel El Panama to
select acts for Wednesday Va-,
' riety Nights winners of which'
, receive contract to perform at
El Panama.- Bring your music,
any' 'props, .costume, ,and photo
' to auditieiu
. Refinuh mahogany furniture,
alcohol and water proof finish, --
also repair refinish all kinds of,
. Rattan, bamboo furniture, guar.
., anteed Workmanship, ha me deli-
' very Snd home service. Op Opposite
posite Opposite Hotel Roosevelt "JIM-'
Mr Tel 2-0386 Pan. ,.: ,)
1 l., "'"!'. 111 1 i -!)-- -...HI.' i i i i gin. i.i.ji i i ) i.j I j .11. m-
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LT. R&YMOND M. ANl'ERSON, IJSN, new Naval Aide to Lt.
Gen. Robert 'M. Montague,, commander 'in Chief Caribbean
Command was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant Commands
er in a ceremony at -Caribbean" Command headquarters yes-f
terday. Lt. Gen. Montague, pinned, the new insignia of rank
' on hi Aide. Lt. Corndi, Anderson,' a submarine pfflcer and
1946 graduate of the United States' Naval Academy at An An-napolls,
napolls, An-napolls, arrived iii the Canal Zone last month after duty- a a-,f
,f a-,f .: boat d the USS Llonfish.
" The killers trail led Into the nowbere of tne San Fran Fran-i
i Fran-i cisco fog..; until one cop took off hb badge and followed
, his only clue... to the man he called his friend. to the
woman be called his own: :-, to the moment he learned the
truth., See "THE MIDNIGHT STORY" starring Tony Cur Curtis,
tis, Curtis, JVfarisa Pavan and Gilbert Koland in CinemaScope
OPENING ON WEDNESDAY 18 AT THE CENTRAL.
FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL IHSIST
always on CANADA DRY
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Once neon a time.
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' .iIui'iIm KM.DA ROtA
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WANTED: Stenographer expe expe-'
' expe-' rienced competent. Shorthand
English Spanish.. Good speller,
'Columbia Pictures,: Eusebio Me-
rales. ; T ''.'i
URGENTLY NEEDED.- English
, speaking maid for general houie houie-,
, houie-, work and cooking. Must have
' military health jcard. references,
i; Good salary to qualified person.:;:-1:
1 Call Albrook 4138 for interview-
Sunday or Monday. , i
WANTED: Rugged dinghy and
: three or five H. P. outboard mo-
tors. Call Mr. Pettis, Tropeleo,
Phone 3-1285. .'
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
I'M i:V AND THE PD1ATH-.
BY GEORGE WUNDER
THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE
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Read story on page 6
dnntlnned from f u IK
. school day of the weik. many
parents would start ,- tnew
' yonnj stew out afresh on Mon-v
day. :: ;.
Attorney Gen. Herbert BrownT
eU jr., announced in Washing Washington
ton Washington that the FBI was supplying
Nashville officials, with Infor Information
mation Information of tpoibte ifnlficance"
bot the-Hattie Cotton school
ItVas the. first formal dls dls--
- dls-- elosure that the FBI was study study-In;
In; study-In; the sabotage of the $500,000
?CAshort time later,) a man was
tiuatled into .Nashville r police
. headquarters for questioning,
police Chief Douglas Hosse dls-
elosed that the man had been
r.ir.irm nn hv the FBI and turn-i
ed over to local police., His name
not disclosed. .
Hosse aaid FBI chief agent
' Julius M. Lopez. Jr., In Memphis
ad advised him the man had
'"some information" about the
As a concerted crackdown by
local and Federal authorities
atumped out disorders in Nash Nash-'
' Nash-' ui.' the south' integration
, picture elsewhere showed:'
Dorothy Counts, 15,. Negro, had
withdrawn from Harding Ht?n
School at charlotte, N.C. jaymg
vf th dihM inri threats of
- white cWssmates made her life
The Blount County School
Boara at Msmrville, Tenn- 15
.rtnth nf Knoxville. voted
to study a school Integration
proposal by Negro group. Ma
ryville, isf about 25 miles from
' Clinton, Tenn4 where integration
Isinjlt second year., '
Bond for Kasper. who has
beeiw 1A NshvUle- Jails most of
the week wps set at $2,500 on
the Inciting to riot charge.
Kasper will be arraigned next
'week on a charge that coutd in in-tolve
tolve in-tolve a 1100ft flpe, and a year in
-prison.. xz ..
Meanwhile, one -of his associ associates,'
ates,' associates,' the Rev. John Mercurlo of
Yeathcr Or Not
' This weather report for tha
24 hours ending 8 a.m. today,
in prepared by; the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and H y i g r P h i e
Branch of tha Panama Canal
; -Lowt.';?.. :
, Low ........
' SCNDAT, SEPT.
TODAY! .75 JO
1:30, $:M,,7:W, 1:M P
THB FUNNIEST COMEDT,
HIT OF THE .YEAR!
i Y; -S
Shipwrecked vJ j
' desert island JrZ
with TWO MEN I
Into Dynamiting Case,;
Faces Another Indictment
Los Angeles, was' fined ; $200 to
city court on charges .of dlsor dlsor-rfrlv
rfrlv dlsor-rfrlv conduct and vagrancy in
connection with, segregationist
' .The grand jury indicted Kas Kasper
per Kasper by "presentment" rather
bouhd'over from General Ses
sions Court, thus putting his
ease into Criminal Circuit Court
where he could -draWa heavier
The skinny, New jersey-born
wanderer now has a lonf list
of Hems to settle in the state
of Tennessee. .
He has twice been convicted
of violating a Federal injunc injunction,
tion, injunction, similar to the one Issued
here Thursday, covering the in integration
tegration integration of Clinton High School.
He is appealing a $200 city fine
levied this week In Nashville
and now faces the 'riot count in
THE HARD WATA he escorts sotne Negro lads i past Jeer-'
ing white 8tude5te OTtside
policeman keeps on the lookout for. trouble Someor the
white boys sang "Dixie" as the Negroes passed them en routa
to an all-Negro grammar scnow.
W 1 1
g6inG OTJT -A Negro who. identified liimself ras'' Alvlft Wall,
a reporter for the New York Amsterdam nVKr
paper, is being removed from the scene In Little Rock, Ark...
6y National Guardsmen. Wall had been gathering, news near'
the Central High School. ; .- .r M '.,
NEW YORK' (UP) TwenUeth
rnhir Uffai raouiremenis im
possible to meet are blocking ef efforts
forts efforts of the Brooklyn Museum to
rid itself of a well-preserved but
unwanted human body more than
1,600-years old. j :
The body, a muramy, is that of
an Egyptian man of about 65, who
dijwf around 300 A.D. A benevolent
expression bis thin (ace seems
:te indicate ne was a geuue, uui
person when he died.
Kindly though he may have
.been, the museum no longer wants
i anything to do with him or, more
precisely, wiin ms amazingly wcu wcu-preterved
preterved wcu-preterved body. But in their ef efforts
forts efforts to; dicpose of' the mummy,
museum officials have run into a
wall of unshakable legal require requirements.
ments. requirements. ; . ;. j
1 UNW g.Ar MUMMY
John Cooney, curator of the mu-1
seum's i Egyptian department, ex ex-acquired
acquired ex-acquired come years ago, speci speci-plained
plained speci-plained today the mummy was
araniml tome veari a co speci-
fically for its beauti ully-decorated men," which, in essence, it k.
linen wrapping. I Curator Cooney, still undaunted
The mummv was' uwwrappediia his efforts, said he. would in-
last summer, whereupon Cooney
instructed his assistant U burn it.
However, the assistant, a Roman
Catholic, believed K would be
against divine law to do so. A
priest agreed and burning as a
means of disposal was abandoned.
Then the curator suggested the
mummy be buried in the mu
seums jard. Someone mentioned
Circuit court. He was acquitted
of riot charge that grew, qui
of the Clinton disorders a year
ago.'' v i ': -.
vpitordiiv'n indictment charg
ed that Kasper "did suggest
and call for violence to prevent
pnmilment of . colored tchll-
dren v- ;j
remarks against publie off!
iau scandalous remarks a
j it baiq iiv
gainst citizens who held, op-:
posite views and incited 32 cl cl-xtbens
xtbens cl-xtbens to riot that the jury
knew of. plus "nunareas ; v l
others unknown to your grn.
Although figures on attend
ance at Nashville scnoois ycsw ycsw-day
day ycsw-day were incomplete, it appear appeared
ed appeared that about half of the. 2038
enrollment of the five Integrated
schools was present.
A few policemen still patrolled
fh. ohnniK hut, renorted the city
anneared to be "quieter than It
has been au summer.
a burial permit would be neces
sarv. The board of Health was
contacted.. It said ? a burial per-
it could only be issued upon re
ceipt ei a certificate, signea oy a
physician, lilting the cause of
Ne Certificaht avaHahle
No death certificate was avail-
ah'e, nor was the doctor who may
have administered to,the Egyptian
So burial as a soiuUon was ior-
- Next the curator suggested ship
ping the mummy to a small mu
seum. But the Health Department
ruled that out Before a shipping
permit could be issued, a death
certificate would have to be pro
. That's about bow the situation
stands today. However, there is
one bright possibility an ether ether-wise
wise ether-wise dim horizon.
A health' Department spokesman
said it might be possible for the
museum to obtain- a certificate
DTOvidinf' xmv shipment of the
mummy s "an anatomical speci
vestigate this possibility.
WASHINGTON, (tT The Pub
lic HealUi Service today, re
leased .724.t72 new shots of Asian
lie vsccine L338J72 for civilians
and 38(,40u for the armed serv-
;y. ; i,i,::j
. I v - HI
TOGETHER The nuclear nucleus on which the atomic submarine ,fleet l being built ap-,
peared together in Groton, Conn., for the first tlme.;The Seawolf, left, and the Nautilus, rights
are shown tied up opposite the Skate. iThe latter is being readied for builder's trials.
DayeABeclc Whistles LeavingiGdurtroom
After Pleading Iriribcent Of Tax Friid
TACOMA.. Wash.. Sept. 44 (UP)
Dsve Beck pleaded innocent. o
ten charge Involving income urx
The portly Teamsters Union
sons including Beck'J ion,5 Dave
Jr., appeared before federal Judge
George H. Boldt and denied the
charges brought by ; a federal
grand jury. ; 't
Two other persons Involved 1
the ease, Nathan Shetferman' and
his son, Shelton, of Chicago, were
In Middle East
w i QHTNfiTON. Sent. IS (UP)
Israel protested the arms buildup
In the MlOClie i-asi yesieruay iiu
asked for -t 'crystal clear" assur assurances
ances assurances that the United States would
oppose: any aggression by the
Arab states. rj
The United states, recenwy
speeded up arm;-shipments .to
some Arab states Uo .offset big
quantities of Communist .weapons
being sent into Syriai , -.m
Trali' Ambassador Abba Eban
called, on; Secretary fK.State John
Foster Dulles to yoice his coun country's
try's country's opposition to the. ttumtipnj
buudnup by ita neignoors. su :,
Eban said Israel did nonexpert
hostilithsa 'tomorrow." But he
said 1 the rearmament of 1 Arab
tates was a ,8omber,, develop.
ment which cssts a lengthening
shadow? ovef the Middle East. .,
Ha made it clear he had taken
Issue with the U.S. decision to
orovide arms to Jordande and oth
er Arab states; He said, however,
that the "chief -danger lies in. the
greater dimensions of f (Com (Communist)
munist) (Communist) arms, deliveries to Egypt
and Svria.'Vi ;,i.-'r:., A'.-i '.'.
The envoy1 did 5 not rsay : Kow
Dulles reacted during their hour
and 20.mmute talk.- It is known.
however, that the United States is
reciutant at tnis point to maxe
any new declarations on what it
will do in case of aggression, v
Eban said he did not raise any.
new matters regarding .American
arms for Israel. But he aaid ; he
did raise in general terms Israel's
interest in obtaining U S. econom economic
ic economic aid.- -r
He said he gave. Dulles a 'pic
ture or Israel today as a country
oursuinc its Detceful imrooiei
amidst, tha hostility and', incite
ment surrounding it.
Eban expresed the epinion. mat
American arms deliveries in the
area were "not the effective way
to strengthen security in (he Mia-
US, Japn Answer
Criflckm Of Trealy
WASHINGTON, gent 14 (UP)
The United States and Japan
today nought to .blunt Japanese
Socialist attacks against the
U S -Japanese Security Treaty.
The action underlined new ad adjustments
justments adjustments in Japanese-AmerU
can relations. . . ; r
The Socialists' bave charged
that the Mutual Defense Treaty
violates the U N. Charter. ;
The United States and Japan
In reply made nubile here and In
Tokyo last night an exchange of
note that were:. - - ;
A reauest br Japanese for
eign minirter Alichiro rujtvama
that the United Slates -connrm
the undertandin of my gov gov-emment".
emment". gov-emment". that the. treaty is
"fullv compatible" with UJ
A reolv bv VS.- Ambassador
IViuelaa MaeArthur II confirm
tog that "our two governments
are In agreement concerning the
Interpretation of the eecurity.
treaty" as It relates to the Char
ter. -. '- ." '
Officials aaid the exchange of
notes was designed to counter-)
act charge bv the Jaoanese So
cialist DWWtion to the govern
ment of Prime Minister Noboa-
uke KlsbJ. v.
Msnv of the Socialists have
urged that Japan scrap the e-
curitv te-eatr with the Unitea
Satea end relv for
oa tha United Nttions.
given a conunuancs oi toeir. ar arraignment
raignment arraignment date. They have asked
permission- to enter their pieas in
Chicago. Nathan Sheffermanwas
identified at a labor relations con
. Appearing with Peck and his
son' here were Fred Verschueren
Sr.-, auditor ot r the Teamsters
Union, and Norman Gessert, gen.
eral organizer for the Teamster
and a cousin of Mrs. See Sr.
1 Judge' Boldt set Oct. 18 as the
date to hear arguments on moi
tions to be' filed- in connection
with the indictments.
Beck Sr. was quite jovial as he
left the courtroom. He was whis whistling
tling whistling and stopped to chat ..with
reporters and cameramen,
' Three charges against Beck Sr.
accuse him ? of '"willful attempted
evasion" of federal income taxes
for the years; 1951 through 1953 on
income totaling .approximately
$254,000.: '.' V --,
1 The fourth and fifth counts of
the indictment charged that Beck
Sr aided and ; assisted, in the
preparation of a fraudulent infor
mation returns for the Joint Coun
cil, Building Assn., a Teamsters
Union real estate eompany. j- for
th years 1851 and 1952. The in
dictment alleged that Items ap
Bearing on, the returns as legiti
Friday The 13th;
: GALLIPOLtS,: Ohio (UP)t-Fri-day
the 13th found Jax Tawney,
owner of a- local photo studio,
quaking invhis shoes.
Actjislly, Tawney's troubles be
gan jast Sunday, when be was
arrested for speeding behind an
ambulance.:.. . -i-v
He, was arrested aviin Mnniiv
while en route to take pictures, of
an accraenr, in which three men
were Jcilled. x v.; .. i-j
Tuesday he fell 'afoul of the law
for Heelectinir ta5 trtnifw :' hf
license plats to a new; car, and
the same day lost his wristwatch
and wallet while squirrel hunting.
neooesaay nu emir a was
stolen; as well as a box el shotgun
shells,'' and later in tha 1 h
fractured several ribs when 1 he
fell from ladder in hia tnr
stockroom.';. '. -.'
Returning hom that evening,
be slipped on a frhlT w
floor and bumped his head.
11 WaS. a Bartieuliriv rantimta
Max Tawney who -ventured forth
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mate expenditures were overstat overstated.
ed. overstated. 1 v : v f V i
; The, sixth count charged a con conspiracy
spiracy conspiracy among Beck Sr., the two
Shefferman, Gessert, and Beck
Jr. during the yeara 1947 through
1955 on income from a partner partnership
ship partnership or joint enterprise between
Beck. Sr. and Nathan Shefferman.
The seventh count, also charged
conspiracy between Beck Sr. and
Verschueren to evade Beck's tax
es for the years 1950 through, 1953
on income cuverjea zrora union
funds. . i."
Fined $5 j In Ancon
An appeal filed by Panamai
Attorney Aquillno Sanchea Gar Garcia
cia Garcia was- withdrawn pn his be behalf
half behalf yesterday when it came on,
for trial in It 8. District Court,
Ancon. 'fTrj-j ii,'
.A' member of the firm of D
Castro & Robles appeared on
behalf of Sanchez, a former Pa Panama
nama Panama Assambyman, He with withdrew
drew withdrew the appeal and .Indicated
the $5 fine originally- assessed
against the Deputy In Balboa
Magistrate 'a Court t would be
paid.ii u -i ;,w
Sanchea was fined for a minor
saop-sign violation., f
The ease vat remanded to the
lower court for disposition and
Sanchea waa declared released
Oft hia own recognizance ..uatilJ
tha fine U taken care of.
Dog Fight Leads
Wedding At Sea
j NEW YORK, Sept.: 1 MUP)A
dog fight six months ago led yes
terday to a Friday the 13th, mar
riage at sea of a bridge expert
and a secretary, ,v
Harold Ogust, U.S. bridge cham champion
pion champion last year, and Jean Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, of Belmar, N.J sailed
aboard the ocea n liner Constitu Constitution
tion Constitution for the Mediterranean.
Ogust said that although he and
Miss Anderson bad lived in the
same .apartment building they did
not. meet until six months ago
when they were out walking their
dogs. The dogs got in a fight
He explained that they had
planned the shipboard wedding be because
cause because he had made several trips
aboard the Constitution as
a bridge instructor and lecturer.
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Radio-Equipped Army Taxi Service
Goes Into Operation Here Monday
Twentv radio-eauippped military
foxia will go into operation in the
Panama area of the U. S. Armyi
Caribbean Monday aimed at mak
ine official vehicles available. 'for
official use within 10 minutes aft after
er after a call to the dispatcher, and at
cuttig down on operational costs.
According to Capt. M. J. Scho-
enfelt. chief of the ehrghways divi
ion, USARCABIB Transportation
Section, five radio-equipped csds
will be used at Quarry .'Heights,
five at Fort Amsdor, three at Ft.
Kobbe, three at Ft; Clayton, and
four at the industrial area of Co Co-rozal
rozal Co-rozal for an initial shakedown' pe pe-nod.
nod. pe-nod. ,, j: '
AH e the vehicttt will be dis dis-patched
patched dis-patched by radie f rem th eper eper-atient
atient eper-atient building at the Coroxal
meter peel. Traffic lead may re-
, suit In adjustments in rhi num number
ber number ef vehicles et one post at
one time as the -.system Js per per-fectedr
fectedr per-fectedr Scheenfelt rtid. t
A platoon from the 546th Trans-
portation Cat Company at Fort
Amador will 'operate the taxi
service. s ; A J
Cabs will wait no longef then
fiva minute after the passenger
is delivered to bis destination. If
a longer visit hi Pecssarypsrssen Pecssarypsrssen-gers
gers Pecssarypsrssen-gers will release the cab and call
the dispatcner ior anomer v v
when they are ready to return
The radio-taxi service has two
other s advantages, : according vto
Civil Defense Data
To Bs Distributer:
In Zone l.'oxl Week
Annnrtunitv to obtain the lat
est information on ; the. many dif
ferent phases or seu-proiecuun
a.int nurlear disaster Will be giv
en to Canal Zone residents during
the- eurrent week. This information
in the form of several different
pamphlets will be distributed n
nWrvsnr of National Civil De
fense Week, it was announced yes yes-terday
terday yes-terday by Philip L. Dade, Chief
of Civil Defense of the Canal
The. pamphlets will be available
in the mam uorary ana im ee
branch libraries at Cristobal, Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City and Paraiso, the Balboa
Commissary, raraiso ummisry
Arnnhna Commissary and at Maf
aritaAt Paraiso.. Margarita and
Aimhoa- the, distributJonwiil beJ
accomplished by members of the
Volunteer Corps of the towns of
Paraiso, Santa Cruaand Margari
ta-Cristobal; at Balboa through the
cooperation of the commissary;
management: and in the libraries
through the assistance .of the libra
i AU Zonians are urged by Mr
Dade to take an read these pamp
lets. In some, a few discrepancies
and. minor .errors may be notea
by the keen-eyed and alert s t u u-dentx..'
dentx..' u-dentx..' These are of no conse
quence and are due to the -.fact
that the pamphlets are written for
the information of the people m
the United States and some iac
ton do -not auite apply here,
However, there is much informs--tion
of great value and something
of interest for everyone won wui
take the .trouble to read the mate
rial offered. "'
Among the subjects to partiph
lets touch on are: the Civil ; De
fense Household First Aid Kit, Six
Steps to Survival, Firefighting for
Householders. Emergency rAction
to Save Lives, Four Wheels ; to
Survival, Facts about the H-bomb,
Facts About Fallout, the Need 1or
Nursing Assistants, and,, a Spe Special
cial Special Booklet oa Self -Protection In Information
formation Information for Canal ZonianT.
At 17 iJ iJ r ;
1:11, :49, 4:53, 1:57,
YHE MOST BEAUTIFUL SCENES OF THE
PERSIAN EMPIRE :
DEBRA PAGET .;'
Schoenfelt. It will' provide an r-.i
mergency logistical radio network
during times of disaster and it
can be used to 'supplement radio .-
vehicles on traffic support. ?
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DocunientSi Kissing :
VIENNA, Sept. 14 (UP Gen
Oliver Benjamin, a top leader of
the Hungarian Revolutionary
Council, rushed here today to in investigate
vestigate investigate the disappearance of one
of the group's representatives with v
secret files on Hungarian organi
zations in the free world. '' -'
Benjamin flew' here from Stras
bourg, France, where the Revolu
tionary council has headquarters,
Miklos Szabo, 35, a former lead leader
er leader of Hungary's Conservatives
Smallholders' party and a pronw
inent member of the Revolution
ary Council, vanished from Vien-
na last Saturday v
Friends of Szabo received letter
after he disappeared saying he
had returned to Communist-dominated
Hungary. He had fled hia 4
homeland when the Russians
moved in to crush last fall's up- t
rising. 1 . '""
JSzabo, a trusted member of- the
Revolutionary Council, kept a fila
of secret documents 1 which also
were missing, a ssociates said. The c &
documents would be of great help
to the Hungarian Communist au-
thonties in trackmg down refugees
Among the documents was be believed
lieved believed to be a list of witnesses
interrogated .by the United Na- 1
tions special commission which in- t i
vestigated the Hungarian revolt. I
' Szabo appeared as a key witness '' I
before the commission here last
Hi friends said his disappears
ance at the time the United Na
tions General Assembly was open opening
ing opening its debate on .Soviet intervene
tion in Hungary, made it appear
Communist agents might have
persuaded him to return to Hun Hungary,
gary, Hungary, t V . f V
Condemns Russia's ;
' UNITED NATIONS, N.T., Srtjjf,
14 (UP) The United Nationa
General Assembly by a 60-10
vote, with' 10 abstentions, early ;
today adopted a new resolution
condemning Russia's brutal sup j
pression of last year's Hunga Hungarian
rian Hungarian freedom revolt. r :
The resolution, sponsored by
the United States and 36 other
countries, also named5 its retir retiring
ing retiring assembly -president, Princ
Wan" Walthayakon of Thailand,
to seek soviet and .Hungarian
compliance with previous reso resolutions.
lutions. resolutions. They demanded Russia
get Its troops out of Hungary
and permit free elections.
The vote was hailed as a re resounding
sounding resounding victory for the West,
Confronted with stern Commu Communist
nist Communist opposition and an attempt
by Asian "neutralists" to water
down the resolution,
It topped the margin on tha
original condemnation of Rus Russia's
sia's Russia's Hungarian action, voted
last Dec. 12. Then the tally waa
53-8 with 13 abstentions, i u
In' today's vote, only the nine nine-natiorf
natiorf nine-natiorf Soviet bloc and Yugosla-.
via opposed ; Asian groups and
Finland abstained, south Afri Africa
ca Africa was absent, f
ffj all f'