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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, B. P.,. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 1 1957
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MAI.' R. GRIFFITH, popu popular
lar popular chief pf thfc Canal .Zone
' Police, will be honored at a re retirement
tirement retirement party at the Tlvolt
' Guest House on Sat urdayi
'night, Sept. 58. The chief
" works his last day on Sept. 30.
- and on Oct "2 'he and Mrs.;
-Griffith will sail on the Cris-'
tobal 1or the United States.
' They will make their home In
, -'.phoenix;, Arizona, y ,
JHB 'PULS
v THE NEW TARIFF P"
Mts second parnamonuuy
' lne last night following a closed
eight-hour -session of the Per Permanent
manent Permanent Legislative Committee
month of regular
sessions, the committee heard
testimony from representatives
of importers', industrialists ano
, Although the' third and final
reading of the um-is usuy
ffir -it is predicted

" that some changes will be made
V before the .bill Is finally passed
and sent to the President for
ratification. '
V .According to some sources, tne
jCoositton Liberal Party Is of the
opinion that the bjll should a
cain'be discussed by the Nation National
al National AssemWv in-full.before4lt; s
inllv ratified.

Msgr. Paul Berfcler, .Papal
Vuncio to Panama and Costa Costa-Rica
Rica Costa-Rica and dean of the local dip dip-,
, dip-, lomatic corps, has been ap-
--ted as; Archbishop of
f in the province of Que Que-r
r Que-r Canada. 1
r 'C' Bernier wlll leave Pan Panama
ama Panama at the end of October.
tt,s. airman :Alfted B. Dufijuf
, r- released on halt Monday, a
swiv)iour after 'a writ' of ha ha-corpus
corpus ha-corpus was sought' on his
' b-'Uif Dy a Panama' attorney.
"'four had allegedly been
v more than 35 hours by the
" 'onal Guard on a charge of
y.nV!n4 run over and Injured a
t-8'fio policeman .with his au au-toblle.
toblle. au-toblle. .'r..'T h '-yj'-
petition for the wr. filed
by the, lawyer before the -Su
;preme Court, charged that for
tnal charges had not been filed
against Dufour." ' ,
Dufour was Immediately ar arraigned
raigned arraigned and released on ball by
a Municipal judge shortly after
the supremo Court took action
In .the case. ;,' 'V'.'J
. Plenty of rice became avall avall-'
' avall-' able in Panama ahortly after
the government decided to Im
. port -100,060. pounds of the
grain from Ecuador, accord-i
in r to a local columnist today.
' .Apparently large quantiesof
rice were being-hoarded to' the
Interior In order to get higher
prices during the drought-provoked
rice shortage, the cc
umnist said, t .: 4 ?

y-V Not Speedy ;
Enough To" Escape'
S u spe nd e d'Rap ;
When you mention '.'V-k". lo law
enforcement officials in the Zone,
they don't think of a car,-but of a
woman. '..
She's Aurora Donees, more fsm fsm-,
, fsm-, Iliary known as "V-."- ftaybe be be-"ciuse
"ciuse be-"ciuse she is considered to be fleet
on ber feet in running away from
. the law. -
But this time apparently i she
,' didn't run quite fast nough. The
' tall, shapeless woman, a resident
oi Colon was picked up last week
for returning to the Canal Zone at at-'
' at-' ttr deportaUon.' f v
She gave ber occupation', as
none.,r ; -- : '-
Aurora bid been deported from
the Canal Zone in 1W4.

Yesterday in the Cristobal Div-
l-iion of the U.S. District Court,
Judge Guthrie F.Crowe placei her
T
on a one year penitentiary sentence.
suspended for a period of fivel
ears. - -

Paraiso Schoolchildren

. To Gef" Railroad Shelter

v A i special railroad shelter for ? school children coming to
Paraiso by train should be completed br the end of this week.

Gov. W. E. Potter ; told Latin
yesterday. ' J i
Meetinc with the officers
board room, the Governor said
shelter la. lieu of a covered
School, k ,t k v K.
Students from Santa Crui.:
raiso High School. via bus, bow
At present no chanre is
schedules of the Pedro Miguel
' The Governor said the plat-l
form is 100 feet long, with a 60-
foot long roof shelter. ;
it is long enough to nanaie
the' discharge of three cars and
has concrete walks and stairs
leading towards the school.-
, By using the train, the school
vwiirbe able to operate from
8:15 to 3:15 p.m. instead of
from 9 to- 4. This will permit,'
the children to get home ear earlier.
lier. earlier. It also will permit Paraiso
, teachers 'to continue :; their
special studies in Panama.
; Following a lengthy discus
sion, lncludinir a renort by traf
fic engineer Memn merman, 11
was aereed that a runner inves
tieation would be made into a
request for reinstalling portable
traffic. signs for use ion Bolivar
Highway where students irom
the Camp Bierd area cross go going
ing going to and from the Rainbow
City school. "'
' The Governor discussed with
the Civic Council representa representatives
tives representatives plans for electing new
council officers during the No November
vember November general' elections bPing
scheduled i in all communities
for Tueisday, Nov, 5. f
He also pointed to the jieed of
the support or community iea a a-ers
ers a-ers to make the upcoming Unit United
ed United Fund drive a success.,- v
. He praised the efforts of the
Hungarian Minister
idled For Plan ;
To Oust Ksdar ; :
. VIENNA. Sept. 18 (UPW Hun
garian Minister of r Slate 'Gyoergy
piarosan. nas. oecn pui .uwpnute
custody because he planned to
oust Premier Janos Xadar, Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian refueees said here today.
; The refueees. who arrived here
during the last few days, said Mai.
rosan is presently neia at uoa
pest's Harshegy Hospital where he
is guarded by ..police.
Communist authorities alleged
that Marosan staying at the hospi
tal vto recover from a serious ui ui-ness''
ness'' ui-ness'' but the truth is" that he can
not move freely sd is ( virtually
under arrest, the refugees added.
Marosan plotted to oust Premier
Janos' Kadar during Kadar'j re re-cerit
cerit re-cerit stay in the Soviet Union,, the
refugees said. ,-tv v-'-' ;"'"'
Political observers- said the re refugees"
fugees" refugees" report seems likely to be
true for two reasonsr v t,
:r 1 Marosan- did not appear v In
public since Kadar returned from
Russia although he repeatedly held
public speeches before Kadar 's de-
parture. f i v ," 'v,.'.
2. Marosan is said to have gone
into disfavor by his repeated at attacks
tacks attacks on Hungary's Intellectuals,
who now appear reluctant to join
the Communist Party, 1
'Serious Anxiety'
Reported Over ;
King Haakon'l :
OSLO. Norway, Sept. 18 (UP)
A medical bulletin irora he Royal
Palace reported ."serious anxiety"
today for ailing King Haarkon of
Norway, at 85 the. world's oldest
reigning' monarch. ; v ; t
He had ben ill since he fell
and broke his leg in June, 1955.
Haakon's son Crown Prince O-
lav has reigned in his behalf for
the past year. -.
A medical bulletin signed by
Prof.', H.A.; Salvesen and Dr. Leif
Ekskind, the palace physicians, re reported
ported reported serious circulatory respira respiratory
tory respiratory trouble. ;
CollegfO
'Opportunities lor study in the
United States are available to
graduate and undergraduate' stu students
dents students from all parts of Panama,
it was announced today by the
Committee on Study and Training
in the United States. -.
Competition is now open for fel-:
lowships and scholarships in col-!
leges and niversiet in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States, for' the 19M-1959 aca-j
demic year. ".- -- -j
' The Panama Committee on Stu Study
dy Study and Training m the United
States will recommend out stand

ing sppticants to the Institute of leges which give preliminary prep prep-International
International prep-International Education in Newjaration in the professions, but no
York City for possible placement actual technic! training.

in Americas lnstittuions. i
Application of reommenaea;

esndidates are submitted hv theiliving costs; others turtion only.

InUutute of Iterations Educa-

American Civic Council officers
- 1

in the -Administration Kuildinr'a
vlt was decided to build the
passageway at the Paraiso Hirh
. i ( f M
who formerly went to th Pa.
-will ride the train free. ". i
contemplated in th nneratinr
station. ,.. j
La Boca community to self self-"
" self-" police Hideaway 1 Beach and
said he was: looking into the
possibility of making available
special arm bands for the vol volunteer
unteer volunteer Beach Guards. ;
' -The Governor reviewed th
recent over-all" 11 vablliity survey
of Latin American quarters and
assured the of fleers that de despite
spite despite the capital outlay Involved
steps-. will be taken to initiate
improvements such as some Jal
ousies inrf allations to the ex
tent budget limitations permit.
The work of the, Latin Amer American
ican American scholarship committee,
which recently granted aid : to
four students, and of the an
nual music festival of the Rain
bow City High School, were
praised. t -
As to brevious reauests for ad
ditional v sidewalks and fixing
drainaee problem at Santa Cruz,
Miss Violet Henry, president of
the Santa Cruz council, report reported
ed reported a member of the Engineering
and Construction-Director's of
flee had gone over the area In
question with her ; the previous
day and solutions appeared to be
In sight. . .v ;
in reply to other problems and
.requests of the N councils, the
Governor stated:
When plan 'are drawn, up In
response to Council .. requests,
the Engineering- and Construc Construction
tion Construction Bureau will get- In touch
with a : member of the request-1
lng council to discuss ther proj project
ect project land, where feasible, the
plans and drawings themselves
will be discussed before final d
cislons are made.
Screen and window' repair?
souzht bv the La Boca Council
in certain temporary buildings
at'CoooIlartl tinder way or have
been completed,; !t was reported,
and certain ditching '.; requested
in La Boca" also has .been ao-
compllshed, f K..a
"The Market Basket ? value
for August, the Governor -re-norted.
was the same as it Was
In July, and down 71 lcents from
the first pricing In July, 1954.
Fear Of Reprisals
Keep Some Workers
. Although willing to organize, a
group of contractors' and private
company employes on. the Canal
Zone expressed fears of reprisals
yesterday at a meeting held on
the Atlantic side.
According to a spokesman for
AFCgME, CIO-AFL Local 900,
which has been atempting to or organize
ganize organize workers of private compa companies
nies companies functioning on the Zone, an
seem anxious to belong to the u u-nion,
nion, u-nion, but are afraid to join.
The spokesman said the union
plans a long-rage program to ac acquaint
quaint acquaint these workers with' the
fteedj for organization and the ben benefits
efits benefits they can accrue thereby.
He said several employes have
started paying partial union dues.
but many are holding off for fear
their employers will object and
take action against them.
: Th,e union organizer said 'it has
been estimated that there are a
total of about 1,500 workers .now
employed by, shipping, oil compa companies
nies companies banks, contractors and other
firms operating oii the Canr Zone.
He added that the union was
"trying to get a foothold" in the
ranks of 'employes' on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side, before attempting to or organize
ganize organize those employed on. the Pa Pacific
cific Pacific side of the Isthmus. ,v":
Another meeting is slated to be
held in two weeks In Cristobal
tion to colleges, universities, and
civic groups in the United States
to be considered for fellowship
and scholarship openings. These
awards nay be for graduate or
undergraduate study. ."
Students applying for gradhiatt
fellowships' must possess a profes professional
sional professional school or university educa education
tion education or its equivalent. ;
Undergraduate opportunities are
open to students who have com completed
pleted completed secondary studies.
These latter scholarships are
most frequently in liberal arts col-
The value of the awards vane
creauy. some cover lumon ana
A student must psy that past of

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A USAF H-19 HELICOPTER
terday in the mud flats area

Albroolc'Copter .Makes forced Landing
On Ghorrera Mudflats, Crew Uninjured

A USAP helicoptef from the
5700th. Air Base Group at Albrook
Air Force Base made an emer
gency landing' yesterday at noon
two miles west; or port oi cnorre cnorre-ra,
ra, cnorre-ra, in the. Republic of Panama,
The crew was. uninjured and no
damage was done to the aircraft.
The H-19, piloted, by Ca,pt.
Charles J. DuPont, was on a rou routine
tine routine flight when engine failure de developed.
veloped. developed. r i
DuPont hut the plane Into autQ autQ-rotation
rotation autQ-rotation which is the equivalent of
making a ''dead. suck' landing ir,
a .conventional-- aircratw.. v, .
Reds Snub BrliisH
Protest On Closure
Of Vladivostok :
, LONDON. Sept. 18 UP) Rus Russia
sia Russia has rejected Britain's protest
against Soviet closure of the Bay
of Vladivostok, to foreign shipping
and planes. It, was omciauy ail
closed todajfs;f -i; x.-n'.j :,;' C,
v. i. .; -V MVrfV V-
' the Foreign Office said the So Soviet
viet Soviet rejection- was received when
Moscow Ambassador Sir Patrick
Reilly handed over me isnusn pro
test Sept. 10. i .tf ,;
Reilly met with "Soviet Deputy
Foreign Minister Fedorenko to pre
sent the protest. : .
A foreiim offfce spokesman said
today -that Fedorenko agreed to
study the note but he felt there
could be no. question of reconsid reconsidering
ering reconsidering the Soviet decision, i
I The United States had previous
ly protested- Russia's cutUng on
Vladivostok, from loreign traffic.
Potters Sailing 'f:
AbbardAncon'V
Ori Saturday ; :
Governor W. E. Potter Is listed
among the 41 passengers ex expected
pected expected to sail from Cristobal for
New York Saturday aboard the
Panama Liner Ancon.
Travellne to the United States
on an official business trio and

brief vacation, Governor Pottenried. the heart-shaped cake, the

Is accompanied hy his wife -and
daughter. Miss 8uzzl potter, who
l -entering ooucner conege in
Baltimore, Mainland, this falL
his own expenses not, specifically
included in the terms of award,
or must obtain additional assist-
ancefrora another source. Students
also need to provide funds of their
own for .incidental expenses while
abroad. A .. .-
' ' -' . '
Married candidates miy apply
Fellowships will be awarded, how
ever, only if the candidate agrees
that he will provide all expense
for his wife er children should be
take them to the United States.
All applicants for scholarships
and" fellowships must be citizens
of Panama, must be la good
health and of good moril charac character
ter character and intellectual ability.
They must have a practica'
rvarfinir writing and to e a k i a
I knowledge the English lan-
Iguage.

from' Albrook la shown' after it

two miles west of the Port of Chorrera. (omciai usaf pnoto.i

The plane landed la the mud
flats, a few feet from the 'beach.
T
This is the first time a USAF
H-l? heKcopter has- had engine,
failure Jn flight siw they have
btn jperating In this area, a
-period of mere than .fovr years,
Aboard the aircraft, Vith Du
Pont were A.-1C R. V Bradford,
crew chief f.M-Sgt. Leo C White
and S-Set, Donald E. Gwarek of
; the. Albrook Photo. Lab. -;
' DuPont had Teturneff fronv ny
Teturnea front
is .JfthitA. and
scene of a USAF

iAIf .Survival -bcnooi,. "'. J

trainlna' it Madden Dam.- where
they -had photographed the surviv survival
al survival activities.) and at the time of
failure were flying in the local a
reaVl i V
r
'Tmmediatelv upon receiving' Du
Pont's .."Mav Day" radio distress
signal at the Albrook Rescue Co
ordination Center, a V- puoiea
hv CaDt. Edward Pearson, 5700th
Ooerations : Squadron, :' Albrook,
and- two Army aircraft, an H-19
of the 937th Aviation IAGS) an4
an H23 of the U. S. irmy Avia
tion Det Caribbean; Won from rt.
Kobbe, : flown-,-' by Capt: Donald
Hancte and Lt. William Lax were
dispatched to assist the helicop
ter.--" ;; -V
. A ground party of 10 Air Force
Two Good Hearts
For Little Paula
VMEW YORK. SeDt. 17 UP)
Firtwn-vear-oid Paula Michelle
Webber today has two good
hearts-that.. she didn't have
tnree weeks ago, y
One Is a v cake baked In the
shape of a valentine. The other
heart is Paula s own.
Three eels ago, in a rare
and delic.ee operation, doctors
halted the motion ,ol Paula's
heart and took 20 sutches in
lt to close a hole the size of a
silver dollar. - f
Monday r the pretty blue-
eyed girl walked under her
Own power out oi eroouyus
Jewish Hospital and returned to
her home In Massapequa, N. Y.
."' Under her arni-Paula car-
1 are well eift.of a team of 45
surgeons, physicians and nurses
who worked leverumy to menu
the tear in her heart. -1
Interested students should ap-
ply immediately lor application
blanks to the aecretary, Panama
Committee on Study and Training
in the United States, American
Embassy. Panama, or to the U-
nited States Information Center,
Arenida Central No. 35-12. :
All applications should be filleii
out and returned to the U n 1 1 e d
States Information Center," with
the required accompanying docu documents,
ments, documents, before Tct. 15. -.
. This year the Committee is spon sponsoring
soring sponsoring two informal meetings is
the United States Worms tion Cen-
Iter theatre.
One is tomorrow, the
other xt Thursdsy Sept. 28.
Both are at 3:30 p.m.
Personnel will answer questions
regarding the spplieation forms
and opportunities for study ia the
United SUtea.

had an emergency landing yes

personnel including maintmano
men was transported by an Ar Army
my Army weapons carrier to the land.
-ing scene i
'The helicopter had to be mov moved
ed moved inland last night to avoid the
high tide.
' Reports today revealed that the
aircraft will either, have to be-
vacuated by water or a new en
gine installed at the scene of the
landing. ,. -
Myra-Soblq Ask$
,Vja. r ft 1
ierm ror spying
NEW-YORK, Sept. 17' (UP)
Mfs. Mvra'Soble. confessed kdv
ior we soviet union, nas asked.
ior- a reaucuon or her svi-'
year prison term on the ground
tha,t she was merely "a wife
doing the, bidding of her- hus-.
band. '..
Mrs-'Soble. 53 pleaded guilty
to a charge of conspiring to
transmit United States security
Information, to Russia. Her hus husband
band husband Jack, 54. and .- Jacob Al Al-bam.
bam. Al-bam. M, also pleaded guilty to
thecharge. :
, AiDam ana Mrs. Some wereJ
ooth sentenced and Soble U
scheduled ior ... s entencing
Wednesday;,
i George Wolf, the woman's at attorney,
torney, attorney, filed papers in federal
court Monday, asking for" mo modification
dification modification of her sentence, be
cause she had cooperated with
we government and provided
valuable, evidence after her arrest--
' ; j):'"

Amador Master Sergeant Lassoos EM

That was no "bum steer" the
Canal Zone cops got a week a a-go
go a-go from the Amador MP outfit
It was a beautiful fawn-col
ored animal of Brahma strain
Today it's lodged at the Corozal
smau animal pound.-::
Attendants describe the am
mal ; as -: "very rambunctuow.'
They add that it -."appears to be
1
What the Army lieutenant
said to the police lieutenant on
the subject of strav animals of
the cow kind Is not a matter of
record.
But it seems that when the
bovine was first spotted on Pe
rico Island almost a fortnight
ago, somebody shut her. In an
abandoned aun battery and
called the MPS.
When Impounding time came.
she was missing.' Maybe she was
just a hoax, law enforcement
authorities indicated. -But
vesterdav. Mrs. Allan R.
Kalien at Amador called to her,
husband, There s a cow in the
carport.
M-Set. Kalien set out in our-1
suit and was presently lolned by I
MaJ.. Charles W. Jagoe and
others. t- i
An MP sedan and leep closed
In as the eow reached the cause causeway,
way, causeway, but not before she knocked
the major to the ground.
A road-block of vehicles cut
off the cow's line of retreat, but

the animal leaped over se-jbe granted time off to observe

dan's trunk and won the round, these Holy Daya wnerever pejuc pejuc-Flnallv
Flnallv pejuc-Flnallv the heifer, which is ble without interferlnj' with es-

branded-'ZM. was Ussooed by
Xailen. Master aergeacu usually

Speculation is growing

erarions if dry conditions

December in the Gatun Lake basin continue through the
normally wet months of October and November, and on

inro rne coming ary season.
The August report issued by the Canal's MeteoriM
logical and Hydrographic Branch reveals that the sub subnormal
normal subnormal runoff in the basin makes this the dryest prolong prolonged
ed prolonged period since 1890.
Gatun Lake at 82.65 feet today is 2.5 feet below it!
rated average of 85 feet above sea-level. 4 5
r It would be six feet lower, a Balboa Heights en-,
nouncement stated, if the Canal had not taken drastic

measures to cut the use of

For some weeks, the Gatun level has been hovering
between 82.5 and 82.9, but it has not reached the 83-fr.

averaging level at which the
tions on heavy bulk carriers,
If this abnormally dry "wet"
season merges over -into a sec
ond abnormally arid "dry", sea
son next January, oldtimers say,
the deeper draft ships may run
into -.difficulties In g e 1 1 lng
through the shallower parts of
the channel. -,
' As many, double lockages
feasible are, being' made,--f.'"
1 ;. With a record 1600 ocearirgo
ing -commercial Vessels transit
lng the Canal ih the-;- first; two
months of the current fiscal
year, the booming traffic makes
all possible water conservation
measures essential, 1
Madden Lake which Is ft
reserve water supply for Ga Gatun,
tun, Gatun, also continues low. Its Its-most
most Its-most recent level is 212.81
feet, which is more than 10
feet below normal.
The Canal's monthly report
for August on meteorological, and
hydrographic matters disclosed
that the accumulated runoff a-
mounted to 482,231 acre-feet
which is also the lowest since
1890, v -
Except for over the Madden
Lake watershed area, the
rainfall totals were above av average
erage average and the general weather
conditions during August was
warmer, more, humid, and
cloudier than normal, j
Eainfall In Cristobal totaled
21-19 Inches for August or 577
mcnes. above normal, while rain rainfall
fall rainfall at Balboa Heights Was 10 08
Inches or 2.32 Inches above nor normal,
mal, normal, '..

have less, trouble than majors ways or womankind.
In lassooiag EM's iThe 48-year-old would-be
This one was theri penned -ap, wooer pleaded guilty today in,
again in the battery, and hauled Balboa Magistrate's Court,
off to Corozal. where he was fined for disturb
t ' : 4U' ing the' peace of Oamboa by
Next Monday the cow will go ctinr .

Station. Prospective bidders may
see her at corozal.
. Your guess is as good as the
next as to how the cow got on
the post. Best idea is she jump
ed from a cattle boat, or from a
truck near the-ferry.
. Today's situation at the Kal
iensV-There's a car in the cow
port,
CZ Employes
Of Jewisfi Faith
To Mark Holy Days
A liberal leave policy will be
followed by the canal organlza
tion in the case of employes -of
the Jewish faith who wish to
observe Rosh Hashanah (Jewish
New Year) and Yom Klppur, it
has been, announced at Balboa
Heights.
The Jewish New Year will be
gin at sundown next- Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday and continue until sundown
Friday, Oct 4, and continue un
til sundown Saturday. Oct. 5.
Employes of Jewish faith will
sentlal operations of the Pana-
ma canal.
v

as to th effect on Canal od

which have oBnlttmA inm
water for generating electric-1
Canal, will lift draft restric
1, ,, v.

At Madden Dam. however, t
rainfall was measured at 10.3,0
Inches or 1.41 inches below nor
Diesel power generated by .the .the-auxiliary
auxiliary .the-auxiliary plants since January January-amounted
amounted January-amounted to 35,455,4,00 KWH by
the- end of August, - T
VV, v" "i.
..To- generate an equivalent a
mount of power, the Gatun -Hy"7 T'"
droelectrit plant would Have tW-;
quired 618,600 acre-feet or ap -proximately
. six feet of draw
down on Gatun Lake, :
The monthly report said there
were 13 seismic disturbances re- ?
corded on the Balboa Height!
seismographs during the month.
Five of these were within 30ty
miles of Balboa, and two were
of sufficient intensity to be felt v
locally,

CZ Woman Forcibly
Objects To Being
; Fined $5
A little Salvadorean Don Jhaa
learned a painful lesson yester yesterday
day yesterday when he decided to make at
pass at a pretty1 lass In the Ca
nal Zone.
The hefty object of his. affee
tlons, Rosa Requehez, smacked
him, ran after blm when ho.
tried to escape, and threw him'
to the ground just to show she
meant business when she warn
ed him to stay away.
now Ezeouiei Mel la. smaJl :
slightly built man is poorer by
110, but perhaps wiser In the
His amour, Roea, who plead-
ed not guilty, was fined fS. ""'
It seems the woman was
standing under quarters 307 in
Gamboa. washing; some clothes
for a relative who had a stew
baby, when Ezequlel came up
behind her and gave her a play playful
ful playful pinch.
After smacking him for his
audacity, she ran after the un
happy creature, grabbed him
and threw him down on the
ground.. :.
Wrong. License. t
Plates Brina ; J ;
Fines In Bajbod v
" A total of 130 in fines was Im Imposed
posed Imposed today on Rodolfo Chang, sj :
39-yesMld Panamanian who was
found. guilty en two traffic viola violations
tions violations today in Balboa Magistrate's
Court.
Chang was fined $23 for display display-tag
tag display-tag a registration plate which was
not issued for the car he was
driving.-.
In. addition, a 13 fine waa Im Imposed
posed Imposed becsuse Chang's ear, whJr
he was driving on Irnia load
aas s iaapecttesi eerUftcat.

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THE SADNESS OF IKE
Bit: '" ...
Avral dav aeo a letter, occupying the entire letter col col-um
um col-um $e?r ed M thpanam'amiJlca8!!. .Unfortunately I no
longer have my copy of it and my comments will .have to be
"kT riree'wlth S Vmisfthat the voting public elect elected
ed elected S ident8 Eisenhower partially becaus 0f hero worahip
"ther than actual conaidejation of his PMM XLi
or beliefs. Further, It ievident that the majority of the Re Re-SbZaVSnSm
SbZaVSnSm Re-SbZaVSnSm to lollow Eisenhower into office in order
Kv. thtte own political skins, HoweverI cannot agree that
tee Prudent is ts politically incompetent as was Implied
fit? St blandly assume that hero w0shJPeJLnn?
thmrttoftt nut Dwight Elsenhower in office for twef terms, Many
Wseower'i votls came beewse of a reject6n ,o the Pem-
SfeeJ'K'riod of years a gradual feeling spread
ui ST.IhI in5r nclft1l!(m (as represented by the New

Deal) was .noi rw
of his office helped drive many,

CrltA. AQO W) Ulia W1B rejecwuu. ...
" T .1 ..iltnalf. TiAnnlA

(Stevenson) oy many vi wie ,uo.jf' f-- i h
;Jlntlly.. American voter .ltfiWS. 15?

and with3

patronage oi some one or muu fwwiwv
''whenever the voter does this, he turns to someone that
he fwlsTayve thesi considerations. To claim, that the pres-

ldent IS sucn a peer mui
' ment: however, iefs look at
Dwight Eisenhowers pouucai
"'"Eisenhower does hot have
toeSrnitheRe

US ponucai laymen, m an .', J .Kt- iiwi in.
SWmSreWn JJGJ 40 toe trtUtlnal

ffrlto ffl government build
. ... jj,- .1- Unn. in ha infill anH

not maae tob grcai, mu u
and he? ..trength is based-n

whose ristnis are sacrea, wno iu "v.
Sg to suffer a little before he swallows the charity of the
welfare rtate unfortunately, because f an ever increasing
majority of Americans (or at least of SSJSSlJSS.

much Dreier to m omen uu .uum.b, v-;. ,s
and their worrying for them. The natural result 1 that if toe
President trie? to Encourage American business and industry
to handle the National and local projects rather than give It
to tee rederal government (at tocreasedt bureaucracy, increased
taxes, and increased centralization of authority)- he la accused
i bT the nec-sociallsts, the political empire-builders, and the
people who think (wrongly) that they can i havt i sometehig for
: laothW of being, the "tool" of he ptalis-or hig busl busl-i
i busl-i bbs) (and where 'have we heard this before not fronv the
Dtas or Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, or Teddy Roosevelt certain-
-'The same bureaucrats scream when the President tries to
uromote local- (stote) government's assumption of responsibil responsibility
ity responsibility (without allowing a misguided local government to abridge
'' tha" bisie rlehts guaranteed by the Constitution).
I! The std thtag Is not the picture of the politically tomature
'! American public electing an incompetent; but, is rather, the
Sght of an, honest man, trying to restore the things which built
AmerfesV freedom; but, stifled because of the political ta ta--
- ta-- maturity' Of the American people In the face of the creeping
; socialism of the welfare state.
i 1 John.

TAKE TOUR PICAZON
Btr;
Since It appears that my esteemed .cousin Is going to start
writtog a series of letters to the editor bf this paper.; I want
to take this opportunity to set the public right. I do hot wish
to be confused with the writer and the similarity In names
might cause someone to do so
Let It be known, therefore, that the individual who signs
himself Pepe Plcazon is In reality Jose Plcazon y Sarna and
v. -nmaa fmm niiivfthai. Mv name, aa evervone knows. Is Juan

Pieason y Garrapata and I come from Ouarumal. Ouayabal U
in Herrra. and Ouarumal is in Veraguas. Our esteemed grand

father Pedro Pieason y ncazon, wnue ne cwno onsmau
Cbumpampa was a travelling man and an overnight hop be between
tween between Ouarumal and Ouayabal was right down his mule'
llep doesn't speak or write English very well but he In Insists
sists Insists on doing both. I havent written to this paper lately and
I always avoid controversial subjects nor do I care to criticize
our friends the Good Neighbors in the Canal Zone.
pepe, It Is true, criticizes everyone and everything regards
leas of the boundaries and this is somewhat reckless since he
Is a Panamanian Government employe and should know bet better.
ter. better. 1 work for Uncle Sam and 1 do know better. t
Besides, there Is the point of family. The Ouarumal Pica Pica-cones
cones Pica-cones trace their line back to the Conquistadores, especially
to Captain Hernando Plcazon known as the "Great" Hernando,
omaames, the "Great Plcazon" and from him in a direct line
through sundry and varied Picazones to the Picazones of tor
day in Veraguas.
On e other hand, the Herrera Picazones while they also
trace their line back to the Colonial days, invariably end up
with on of the Picazones who was a cabin boy on one of the
treasure boats from Peru and you know what those were.
It Is only lately that they claim to be descendants of old
Pedro Plcazon y Plcazon and then only because he had the
fastest mule la Veraguas.
f hope this clears It op.
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By VICTOR RIE$EL
Never did I believe I would be
indebted to liarry Bridges. v ibut
sureiy I'd be ungracious a I dian't
offer public thanks to him for at at-tacxing
tacxing at-tacxing me on tne same exciting
TV program in which he took out
after George Meany, but on which

ne retusea to say anytuing cnu
cal of one Johnny Dio.
, I was in Lonaon when Mike Wal
lace gave Bridges tha once-over
lightly with the. old scalpel. But
the transcript does reveal this sen
sitive reaction of Brother bridges
to uio. I
Wallace asked Bridges to com
ment on a series pf public figures.'
Mike said: -"Johnny
Dio, One of the central
figures in the Senate investigation
Into union corruption and the sus
jfected mastermind in the acid
olinding of labor columnist Victor
Aiesei
Bridges replied: "I know nothing
about that st all. I have no opinion
on Jonnny iio. Just heard of him
in the last couoia of weeks."
There were further questions on
the incident and Bridget retorted
finally that he doesn't "condone
anything like that," Wallace snap
ped: "but you have no other opi opinion
nion opinion of Johnny Dio?" Bridges re
plied: "I never form opinions on
just wnat i read."
Certainly this is 1 fascinating
comment from the president of
a powerful long-thoremen't u
nlon which can slash shipping a.
long the watt coast and cripple
the ports in Hawaii whore tho
U.S. hat concontrated a milita military,
ry, military, naval and air command sec
end only to Hi Pentagon.
The broadcast raised some se serious
rious serious questions. Did Bridges re-
nect me attitude oi nis colleagues
in the national leadership of the
west coast International Longshore Longshoremen's
men's Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Uniori,
which he has led for decades?
The record reveals that Bridges
does reflect many of them. There
is the following for example, on
rage 37 oi tms union's-last con
vention broceedincs:
"We see no benefit, but Instead
see danger to the labor movement
and to tne ILWU from a policy of
union cooperation with the present
f i. j i
or,.."-... (-
I am not as disrespectful "Of
bridges as he is of me. X read his
stuff sll the time. ..
Thus I learned that he seetris
to believe that the. U.S. helped
stir tip the Hungarian peoples' re revolt
volt revolt against the Kremlin which
i wisn we nad. Bridges, who hates
George Meany and loathes the
Mcuieuan committee- and hasn't
formed any opinion of Johnny Dio,
has some very definite ideas about
tne Hungarian freeaom fiehters
whose suppression by Khrushchev'a
miutia is even now being debated
in tne uix
1 would not Jem-tva Vou Af li
flavor of his global opinions, so
nere is What ne toidt he delegates
to the longshoremen's convention
not too long ago: ......
In addition to tne (Hunga
rfan workers thinking they were
overworked and underpaid, a lot
of pie-cards were iav command
that weren't doint the nsht thing.
There were some of them, kind of
acting like Dave Beck. They seem
ed to have all the females they
wanted; they were driving around
in Cadillacs, and tnmgs line mat;
and the rank-and-file was mad ne
cause they were working pretty
hard and they -didn't think they
Were getting enough money..."
So, as Bridges saw tne Hunga.
rian revolt, It was a Strike a-,
Sainst the Budapett-typn Dave
ockt, CadiHacs and girls. And
who stirred all this and pid the
bHI for the revolution Brother
Bridget, citizen of tho U.S., bad bad-or
or bad-or of labor, contributor to poll
tical cantos and 'Hand of ma many
ny many politicians, hat this to tay:
"Our government, as well as
other governments, has millions
of dollars in secret funds for which
no accounting bat to be made.
"That particular department of
the government is Jieaded up by
the brother of John Foster Dulles.
The soecial role of that depart
ment is to clan and finance coun
ter-revolutions in countries that
have various forms of fovernment
that we don't dike ... And some of
those elements (Allan Dulles et al
VR) had moved in; they had
been there au the while."
This Harry Bridges it an out
spoken man. He'll probsbly get
another chance to speak if the
Senate Subcommittee On Internal
Security completes its plans to
prob2 thit Hawaiian union again.
Meanwhile, we don't want his
words to be lost to posterity.
0 Britaaalea Janlor Cacyctooadla'
With less than aix per cent ei,
the world's land area and popu population,
lation, population, the United Statea has aU
moat 30 per cent of the world's
railway mileace 304,000 miles
of track. Each day, for. overy
man, womaa and child la the
Jnited States, the railroads haul
freight equal to Um Increment ei
one ton It miles, -. ...

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' I seem to be in an anti-Richard
Neuberger mood these days,. and'
also in a military vain. The other
week', General of the, 'Army Dou
glas MacArthur was sounding oil
on government spending, as well
he might, and this pipsqueak Sen Senator
ator Senator from' Oregon, Neuberger, had
the consummate impudence to ask
for a .rundown on now much the
retired general was drawing from
;tne government, y,?' ;. 4 -,'.. v.
This wss what is called, In Wash'
ington, an issue. I must sty that
the rampant reformer from Ore-
gon better start looking for bigger
and better issues, than a retired
hero's pay and allowances, and
whether or not to drink on air
lines, Neuberger doesn't drink,
doesn't fly. and has never been a
general.
- Gon. MeeArthur, eftoi a !!
time of devoted serviee to- hit J
country, la allowed a rough $13,.
000 a year In pay, a govern govern-ment
ment govern-ment cttFice, two pertonaf assist assistants,
ants, assistants, and a faoble hooting and
subsistence allowance. Tho whole
whole package deal comet to
lots than $21,000 a year.
1 'suppose that may bankrupt
the country which gives aWsy bil billions
lions billions and pays its consults pea peanuts,
nuts, peanuts, but not right now. I am Cert Certain
ain Certain the general doesn't need the
dough, but he's earned it in well
over 90 years of underpaid serv
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ice, not entirely unmarked by he
roism. and intelligence. He's earn
ed it, if only for tne slur ne wss
forced to accept from that rude
and often badly informed fellow
from Independence who fifed
MacArthur for trying to win a war
in .Korea. ;.. ;,. ;
. ." j e. '' --r '(
Personally 1 never; admired the
flamboyant, side of the ceneral.
but I never .admired the flashy
side of Georgie Fatton. either. But
as a minor cog in the last maj major
or major -effort, I admired them tremend tremendously
ously tremendously for what they were w.ener-
alt who wanted to win a war as
quickly as possible. Patton want
ed to as possible. Patton .' want-
Dumps m tne road. But they both
had the same thing in mind win
Both men, from Mexico to .the
Philippines to World ; War I j toi
World War. II, selflessly devdted
themselves to the service of their
country, and for less average mon
ey than, a waiter makes in a good
cafe these days. Both men had of offered
fered offered up .their brains,' their repu
tations, and their lives for a
peon's pay.
And here, we have this Neuber Neuberger,.
ger,. Neuberger,. challenging, for cheap publi publicity,
city, publicity, a mere tip-that the govern government
ment government awards a giant for saving at
least hundreds of thousand! 1 of
lives in what may be called the

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canniest campaign the Pacific

war- ever waged.
I have teen many politicians
of the lowor-cate strip tpnd
ing, ever tho. years, millions of
taxpayers' money In such things
as foreign lunkots, whin all they
. doit live it up, drink the boose,
anJ'plrieh the girls.: How much
montay and time is Watted on
silly invottigationa that start
from nothing and lead to less, it
it hard to tay. I exclude the
good ones, such as tho late Son.
-a tor Walter Georg, tha late Bob
Talft, and all the other food ones
you know.
. .. . ... .v t'.'-'.V" ;
But I hunt around Washington
wng euuu(;ii ui a repui lunat caps-
eity to know that a great many
of them would dust off their grand
ma's reputation to make a head
line m the home-state press. And
I have also known more than a
sprinkling1 of unproyen crooks, as
well as the Iprovei crooks, who
even, took kickbacks from the of
fice help. That ain't entirely a
bunch of cherubs up there on the
It Is a crying shame thst our
friend, Neuberger, wasn't -around
in the fading years of Gen. Persh
ing, when the old man wss dying
at Wslter Reed. He might even
have questioned the right of the
American government to pay Black
Jaek's hospital bills as a needless
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psychiatrists are gasping over an
astounding demonstration present presented
ed presented the other day by a railroad
worker who claims he can teach
the bund to see.
He is William Foos of Eilerson,
Va., who tried out his teaching
method on his teen-age daughter,
Margaret.
Wearine a fooioroot : Dimoioia,
she' baffled 25 top Veterang Ad Administration
ministration Administration experts by reading
the Bible, tracing lagged lines,
random objects.- ;
The three hour demonstration
was conducted by the VA's cnef
of psychiatry, Dr. J. t. easy, un
der clinical conoiuons.
His staff designed what he an.
nounced was an impenetrable
blindfold. He selected a room at
VA headquarters which the girl
had never seen. Then the staff gave
her both pre-arranged : and im impromptu
promptu impromptu tests. i
, She received no signals from her
father, who wandered around chat
ting with the doctors and even left
the room occasionally., Yet with without
out without exception. Margaret respond
ed like a girl with normal vision.:
The demonstration was closed to
the press,' except for S represen representative
tative representative of this column .- who ..was
smuggled in.
What this column witnessed wss
either a modern miracle or the
greatest trick since Houdin, v
HIDDEN BRAIN CfLLS
The doctors came' away shaking
their heads. One psychiatrist,
turning to this column's represen
tative, mused out loud: "It s con conceivable,
ceivable, conceivable, some new portion of the
brain may have been discovered."
- The next day,"however, Dr. 'Ca 'Casey
sey 'Casey called a two -hour post mor mortem.
tem. mortem. yjr V' ; A
He made it clear they would be
come a laughing stock if they ad admitted
mitted admitted the girl could actually see
without eyes. They- asreed 1 she
rceived no signals, so 'they con concluded
cluded concluded their own "foolproof blind blindfold
fold blindfold must have failed. - -,
Later Foos complained to this
column that his daughter had
demonstrated before doctors,'- ma magicians
gicians magicians and debunkers.
But like the VA psychiatrists,' he
said, they were unwilling to .be .believe
lieve .believe her; demonstration yet un,
able to explain it.tat : v
Th0 38-year-eld railroad for for-mad
mad for-mad has been Interested in extra extrasensory
sensory extrasensory perception, the s'cience of
mental telepathy,' fof several
years. He started experimenting
with neighborhood -' children as
they played blind man's buff. He
claims several youngsters in Ei
lerson, Va., have picked up the
rudiments Of seeing through dark
ened eyes.
For example, he taught i his
ror example.- he tusuaht his
oaugnter'8 girijnend, Jo Anne Os
tergren, who accompanied them
to Washington.
To demonstrate. Jo Anne tied oh
a standard blindfold and read ea
sily from a magazine this column's
representative handed her. V
; NO iXPLANATION
Aflkrl tf ernUin tilt faiilno
method, Foos shrugged
"I don't clearly understand Ih
learning process myself' he said.
"I know how but -not why."
He suggested it might ; have
something to do with the utiliza utilization
tion utilization of electromagnetic forces sur
rounding ; the body He honed
scientists would study his method
and find -the explanation, he said.
i . . x
Foos ambition, is to use his
"discovery" to benefit the blind, f
He's willing to teach blind people,
he saidy if can find a research
group that will take him seriously.
uesnwmie ms story may be
more appropriate material for
Believe it or Not.
Note: Unable to attract sclent!-
flc interest, Foos will try to stiTi
up interest by staging public ex exhibitions.
hibitions. exhibitions. His daughter will pre
sent a demonstration at the Vir
ginia state hnrseshow in. Rich-
mond, he said. She wouldIet the
Judges blindfold her, then ? she

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would ride a horse among balloons
scattered at random. She would
break tre "balloons, he ssid, as
viewers identified them by colors.
" SOCIETY SECRETS
Society queen Gwen Cafrits, who ;
has taken over as Washington's :
hostess with the mostes' since Per- :

le Mesta tapered off, gave away

her secrets lor successful enter
taining the other day,

1 She confided to friends that the
builds her parties around "one
attractive couple," then starts ad adding
ding adding other couples "who blend in."
"If you have enough pretty wom

en and clever men at your party,"
she said, "then you can afford to
invite a homely cabinet officer and
his wife."

A hostess "simnlv must' know

who's who," added Mrs. Cafritz,
who obviously does. v ,
"The European diplomats are
more chic than the South Ameri American
can American corps, except for' Peru and

Brazil. Peru is very smart right i

now," she ssid. -

As for domestic celebrities, sh

shrugged: "I always invite sena
tors to my parties, but I seldom
play around with the Lower
House." ; 1
She also Offered' rulea for loott-

ing whether a party is up to class. .4

rne silverware, for instance,
'tells a lot about a nartv.'f- she

said. "If the silver lias a glossy
shine and no fingers j marks, it

means'the servants bandied it
with gloves andvused a-proper
rouge.;! t t 7
'Most Washington parties .? are
quiet, courtly affairs.- J
Least, formal are the cocktail
parties. Celebrities' come .and go
in quick order. The' young-diplo
mats, social cumbers and gate
crashers last longer, a few nana
log around until the portable bara
are put awayr -. ; 4 ... ,
' STIFF SHIRTS
Formal dinner, parties 'are more
rieuer. The guests often act as
stiff as their shirt fronts,' They are
seated according to rank down
through cabinet- officers, ambas-,
sadors, senators and congressmen.
Many a prominent;, guest, out
ranked protocol-wise, may find
himself seated below the salt.

ited below the salt. ,', .J
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dinners, the rules of
e rigid. Only, once In
rs have, they ben' hrok-

At state
protocol are
recent years
en. This happened at an. officfaj
dinner party following the 1952 e-
lection. ,
Amnnff the invited truest va
Vice President elect Richard Ny

xon,-t Officially-.istlu a Junior Sen-.
ator, he seemed doomed to eat in in-obscurity,'
obscurity,' in-obscurity,' But : the outgoing Vice

President, the late Alben Barkley;
suggsted i seating ; wixon at tne

head of thet able. Tre protocol of officer
ficer officer bravely swtlched. chsirs. ', .'- :
The nroeram a state dinners is

dictated, down to the last deatiL
by social tradition; ,the guests eat
at 8 p.m. leave the table at 9:30,
dance until v

But the ultimate in fownality 1
the diplomatic "white tie" dinner,
which Mrs. Cafritz described as
the only social function- where 1ev-
eryuung m penecr. j:yy.
She 'would have been horrified
at deputy under secretary of state
Robert, Morphy who recently mar marred
red marred "an otherwise! flawless "whit
tle"i affair. He icame perfectly at attired
tired attired to a formal -dinner for Thai Thailand's
land's Thailand's Prime -Mihistor; -P. Pibul Pibul-songgram
songgram Pibul-songgram that is, except for pne
small. detaiLit.H4 i-.-'-v,.r.i"'t s'.-t
-.,'-.:'-!.c:?y.;-i.r;.1-";
In place of a missing diamond
stud nn hi .stiff) V atarihri ihlrt
was, in unsbashed honesty, an ov-'
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OTASHTNflTON. AeDt. 18 (UP)
Teamstec vice-president James
R. Horia apparently isr irymg to
woo the Bakery Workers Union
into an alliance., labor sources
said todayt-
Both unions are lacing a pos possible
sible possible ouster by the AFL-CIO on
corruption charges. j .
Th nnrp imirl Hof fa. who Is
expected to be elected president
of tne union at tne coming ieam
ster convention, flew In a char chartered
tered chartered plane from Detroit to Cin Cincinnati
cinnati Cincinnati for a 45-mlnute talk last
night to tne Bakery womers
executive board.
At the meeting Hoffa was re
ported to have told Bakery
Workers president .. James O.
Cross that he hoped they wouia
ho "trawllno' thu same road'
when" they next met In Miami,
where the, Teamstera are hold-;
ing ther convention Sept 30."
ine sources nere iua i vn
could be an Indication Hoffa
la seeking; an all if the AFL AFL-CIO
CIO AFL-CIO takes disciplinary action.
Hoffa also was reported to
ho WTtnl tin would trv to keen
the Teamsters in the AFL-CIO,
hur. n nKiia.vRn ;.. inn, l.wiu.uuu-
mtmtwr unlnn wmild withdraw
if the .AFli-CIO interfered with
its government. .Tne uaKery
Workers have 160.000. members.
The sources quoted Hoffa as
attacking "idealists in ivory
towers who are. footing their
Socialist ideals on the labor
movement to advance their.,
political ambitions'
: UToanwhile in ChicaCO. reform
candidate Thomas J. Haggerty to
day asked the leaders of the huye
rhtxaffn Teamsters council to with
draw their support, of Hoffa for
the union presioency. ;
Ha met: secretly at union head-
an.rtan with -the HX-man JSXeCU-
tive Board of the Chicago Team-
sters and 10 per cent of tne dele delegate
gate delegate voting strength which will
hniiMi i new nresidrnt of tithe
Teamsters at their Miami Beach,
convention. ' .
Hacertv. 52-year-old secretary-
treasurer of the Chicago: ilk
Wagon Drivers Local 753, said he
was 'confident that the board
would agree to withdraw its Aug.
31 endorsement of Hoffa as presi
dent, oi me 'leamsiers "u uaca.
him instead.
Home town support for Hagerty
would pose a major stumbling
block fn Hoffa's campaign to suc succeed
ceed succeed Dave Beck as head of the
nation's Digest union, ,.,.'
Hagerty, already claims sub substantial,
stantial, substantial, support 'from the 375,000-
memDer wesiern, womereooe j ot
Teatnaiarc .ihiff)i ,lsai ..weelr. re-
ceived JEast toast hacking toasy
from Teamster Local 169 in- Phil.

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Pmbe-hamed

riolnhla which nledeed its nine
delegate votes to him,
Maooertv 11M he was fiffhHncr
Vtnffa tnuah.tallrins' intprnatinnnl
Teamsters vice-president from De-
trnit "hsranse anmehndvt hart tn
run against him' and the kind of
leadership he represents."
Asked whether he felt Hoffa was
connected with the charges of
corruption in the Teamsters, Hag Haggerty
gerty Haggerty said:-
'The record in-' that regard
speaks for itself."
Meanwhile in Washington it was
announced that the Senate Rac Rackets
kets Rackets Committee will reopen its in investigation
vestigation investigation of Hoffa -shortly before
he makes his bid' for the presiden presidency
cy presidency of the Teamsters Union.
- Hoffa,' now vice president and
Midwestern doss el tne union, had
asked the committee not to recall
him until after the Teamsters con
vention, x
... But Chairman John L, McCIel
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lan-(D-Ark) said, new hearings
with Hoffa as "the principal f ig-l
ure" are tentatively, scneauiea 10
start Tuesday, Sept. 24.
'; Invited To Attnad
He said Hoffa would be invited
to attend but probably would not
De requirea vo ao bo unui laivi,
Ha aairt he wnulrl like tn accnm
modate Hoffa as much as possible
but commented that puMic in interest
terest interest predominates" over ;ha
convenience of any individual.
This means that what Commit Committee
tee Committee Counsel Robert F. Kennedy
described as "productive" new
alrlania ifmrprmnff Hoffa will be
spread on the record before the
Teamster convention picks a suc successor
cessor successor to retiring President Dave
Beck. '
Despite 48 "conflict of interest"
charges f pinned on him by the
committee last-month, Hoffa re remained
mained remained the front-running can candidate
didate candidate to step up In the driver's
seat of the nation's largest union.
There 'were report yesterday,
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however;that .the anti-Hoffa fac faction
tion faction was gaining ground in the
pre-convention maneuvering and
that. changes for an upset were
increasing. 1
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Campaign Per Shelley
Rep. Stewart L. Udall ..(D-Ariz)
sent telegrams to 15 congressmen
in io Western states today urging
them to help in the campaign of
Rep. John F. Shelley (D-Calif.)
who is opposing Hoffa for the
union post. 1
Udall uryed his colleagues to
use their influence with Teamster
locals in their states on Shelley's
behalf. He said a victory by Shel Shelley
ley Shelley "would clear away the Jog of
suspicion and public .mistrust
which now hangs over this (vital
union." ..
McClellan did not speculate as
to whether the new Senate hear hearings
ings hearings would have any bearing on
Hoffa's campaign. But he said
that "sufficient information has
been obtained that, as chairman.
I feel it is necessary to proceed
with further hearings.", ,-
McClellan said the hearings, ex expected
pected expected t6 run three or four days,
"can be developed, probably, ful ful-lv
lv ful-lv without his nresence." But he
also told newsmen: ."Don't make
any mistake. Mr, Koffa will be
called later."
The rnmmittee handed Hoffa a
subpena for some future appear
ance when it disrmissea mm as a
that he had "no memory." i
that he htd "no memory."
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1957
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DECEPTION HELD AT UNION CLUB THIS MORNING
CELEBRATES CHILEAN ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE
ft The Ambassador of Chile in Panama Almirante Enrique
iLaereze y Echeverria was host at a .reception held this
. morning at the Union Club to celebrate the anniversary of
f -Chile's independence. ,
' Members of the Diplomatic Corps, and Government of-

J flcials from Panama and the Canal Zone attended.

E '- 1

jGv. and Mr. Potter
tLiivi For Brief
Sfirt' Vacation
filnvprnor and Mrs. William E

Prittor and their daughter Suzzi

urtil leave for the States Saturday

ori-'the SS Cristobal. The Gover Gover-"itirtih.
"itirtih. Gover-"itirtih. intends to combine official

Cbuslness with a brief vacation.
T Suzzie is entering Goucher Col College
lege College in Baltimore, Md. this fall.
Constitution Week
iTLimchaon Held By DAR
I The Panama Canal Chapter,
("Daughters of the American Revo Revolution,
lution, Revolution, held its Constitution Week
My meeting on Saturday morning,
Oaf the Albrook Officers' Club. Mrs.
Albert F. Daniel, First Vice Re Re-fgent
fgent Re-fgent of the Chapter, presided in
ithe absence of the Regent, Mrs.
Mens Nilsen. Guest speakers at the
Itmeeting were Misses Marie Bleak Bleak-Uey
Uey Bleak-Uey and Wendy Cotton, the Carib

bean Girls State delegates who
attended Girls' Nation this year.
The meeting was iollowed by a
luncheon.
Members and guests attending
were: Mrs. Daniel, Misses Bleak Bleak-ley
ley Bleak-ley and Cotton, Mrs. William C.
Hitchcock, Mrs. Fred Hodges,
Mrs. Maeimer B. Huff, Mrs. Don
W. Journcay, Mrs. Eugene F.
Kleasner, Mrs. H. T. Lcisy, Mrs.
John W. Muller, Mrs. Leo A. Ro Ro-nan.
nan. Ro-nan. Mrs. Rudolph Rubelii, Mrs.

William N. Tavlor. Mrs. Ben. F.

Smith. Mrs. Jean Bleakley, and

Mrs. Mildred Abreu.

THIS WEEKEND...

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your, .,
mother-in-law

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Ft. Clayton NCO
Wives Plan
Pot-Luck Supoer

The Ft. Clayton NCO Wives

Club held its regular monthly
Morning Coffee Wednesday morn-

ing, in the Ft. Clayton NUO O O-Den
Den O-Den Mess.

Guests who attended the Cof

fee and were welcomed to the
Club were: Mrs. Alease Dougla Dougla-witz
witz Dougla-witz and Mrs. Johnson. New mem

bers who were also welcomed
were: Mrs. Vivien Buckbee, Mrs.
Ruth Hall, Mrs. Margaret Hicks,
and Mrs. Lucille Sullivan.
Mrs. Lottie Johnson, who .was
present as a representative of the
Ft. Clayton Officers' Wives' Club
and the Youth Council of Ft. Clay Clayton,
ton, Clayton, spoke to the Club members.
She had been requested to inquire
if the NCO Wives' Club would

sponsor a Hallowe'en .Party ana
Parade for the children of the

Post this year. A motion was

made, seconded and carried that

the NCO Wives' Club would assist

in every way, if a party were giv given
en given by the Post, but they would
not sponsor the Hallow'en Party
this year.
Mrs. Eva Moore announced that
Mrs. Wills, who was previously
scheduled to speak to us on the
"Point-Four" Program today, wjs
unable to attend, and will present
this information to us at. a later
meeting. ...
Mrs. Edith Burch announced
that free swimming lessons would
be given at the Fort Clayton
Swimming Pool, Tuesday, and
Thursday mornings from 9 to 11
a.m. by qualified instructors. Those,

members interested in learning to
swim may contact her in regard

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL INSIST

alwayi on CANADA DRY
"High-Ball without Canada Dry
Is Foul-Ball"

DOESE VAITES
SCHOOL,. OF DANCING
Beginner, intermediateTand advanced classes for"
children of all ages in
BALLET, TOE, TAP, ACROBATIC, MODERN JAZZ
Special morning classes for kindergarten
and pre-school children.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL (upstairs)
Phone Balboa 2363.

to this, or the Chief Lifeguard at

the Ft. Clayton swimming root,

Mrs. Beverly Kinsey, chairman
of the entertainment committee

announced that a Pot-Luck Sup
Der instead of a Box Social

would be held for the Husband

dav evenine. Sept. 24, 6:30. p.m

in fho Ft. (Mavtnn NCO Open

Mess. The "Square in the Cir

cle" Sauare Dancers would fea

ture their dancing, and a Square
Dance would be conducted as the

nroeram for the evenisg.

Mrs. Kinsev requested Mrs. Joy

Blond and Mrs. Virginia Dorsett
to assist her on ; tht entertain

ment Committee. "Mrs. Kinsey al

so stated she will call members ot
the Club in regard to what dish

to prepare for the Pot-Luck Sup

per, and to taKe reservations lor

the Social.

Mr. and Mrs. Wagner
Give FareweH Dinner
For Their Son
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Wagner of

Curundu Heights gave a farewell
dinner for their son John, who
left this week for Texas, where

he is with the US Air Force.
Guests who attended were Mr,

and Mrs. Jack Wagner, Mrs,

Francis A. Reimann, Margarita

Rimann and Chuck Wybel.
Ft. Culick NCO
Wiva Mtut

The Fort Gulick N.C.O. Wives

Monthly meeting was held in the

Bamboo Room of the Club on

Spnt. 8. with Mrs. Clara Hollen

baugh presiding. Mrs. Jo Orsini
welcomed new members into the

club: Mrs. Delores Carr, Mrs

.Tarki Iszard. Mrs. Clara Blasin

game. Mrs. Julia Roberts and

Mrs. Louise Wilcox. Also intro

duces and welcomed were guests

Mrs. Ann St. Cyr and Mrs. Elea

nor Webster.

Mrs. Rita Gomez was voted in-

to the board of governors vacan
rv

The Welcome and Farewell col

fee will be held at 9:30 a.m. on

SeDt. 25. in the Bamboo Room

Members present were: M e s

dames Clara Hollenbaugh, Connie

Hosking, Gilberta Brown, Rita Go Gomez.
mez. Gomez. Josephine Orsini, Louise San

derson. Frances Gilbert. Betty

Townsend, Katherine Kilflp, Irnv
gard Morrison, Viola Hirn, Hes

ter Hartley. Audrey Barsi, Nora

Perry, Vivian Ralph, Frances Ber
ger, Nancy Williams, Irene Place

The standing commutes ap

poisted by the president were:

Thrift, Shop: Hester Hartley; Hos
pitality; Jo Orsini; Publicity, Nan
cy Johnson; Hospital, Louise San

derson; Social, Irmgard Morrison

and Betty Townsend: c suing com

mittee, Katherine Killip, Arlene
Stroup Rita Gomez; Charity, Jo

Orsini, Frances 'Btrger; Bingo,
Gilberta Brown and Frances Bet-

ger.

The 'White Elephant' was won

hy Mrs. Jackie Iszard.

Hostesses for the evening were

Frances Berger, Vivian Ralph and
Gilberta Brown.

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Ptdro Miguel r.
Rainbow Girls
Hold Installation

Pedro Miguel Assemby No. 3 of

the Order of Rainbow for Girls
will hold their Installation of Offi Officers
cers Officers os Saturday, Sept. 21, at the
Ancon Masonic Temple at 7:30
p.m. This is an open Installation
and all Master Masons, Eastern
Stars and friends of Rainbow Girls
are cordially invited.
(Continued from rage 31

NEW

MOTHERS!

OFFICERS OP TEENAGE CLUB These are the newly elected officers of the Fort Gulick
Teenage Club. Theyare (left to right): Leslie Burger, board of governors; Xindfc Qave.nd Qave.nd-er,
er, Qave.nd-er, secretary; Simon Karton,, president; Julia Fernandez and Michelle Fernandez of the
board of governors.-The Teenage Club meets every Friday and Saturday evening from 7
until 10 at the Fort Gulick Service Club. U,S. Army Photo)

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reflections ot himself in the water. No trick is involved. One of
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LAST TWO HUB of
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Thm first oackaees of the high-

lv.tnuted Kent cigarettes produced

in Panama were distributed yes-

tvrriav to newsmen at a press con

ference held in Ei Panama Hotel.

The press conference was call

ed by Brandon Eisenmann, presi-

aeni 01 me rmo iuuw
which was chosen after a through
screening as the first Latin Amer American
ican American firm to manufacturer the
Kent "Micronite" filter cigarette,

to allow newsmen to meet. Her

bert A. Kent, consultant ot Uie r.

Lonllard Co., original manuiaciui manuiaciui-ers
ers manuiaciui-ers of Kent cigarettes in the U U-nited
nited U-nited States. ...
Newsmen heard Kent, who is
regarded as the "senior states statesman"
man" statesman" of the U.S. tobacco industry,
explain the manufacturing process
of Kent cigarettes and the efficacy
of the Micronite filter, which ac according
cording according to a survey made 6y the
magazine Readers Dip,-!st" filters
out 34.7 to 60.7 per cent more ni nicotine
cotine nicotine and 22.5 to 45.3 per cent
more tar than any other American
cigarette.
Kent, who has been with the to tobacco
bacco tobacco industry for more tiian 47
years,' is the only living man- for
whom- a cigarette is named. The

former chairman of the Lorillard soft drinks,

board of directors, he now serves
as consultant and. board member.
Count Of Votes 1
In Products
Contest Tomorrow
1 nnniilarltv'Teontest of national

products being sponsored by the
St. Peter's Mutual Benefit Socie Society
ty Society of La Boca, will hold a count
of votes tomorrow night at the
usual place starting at 7 p.m. -At
the conclusion of the preli preliminary
minary preliminary count held last week, A A-eatha
eatha A-eatha Griffith Cigarrillos Nacio-

nales) was in the lead closely fol followed
lowed followed by (Malta Vigor) Sarah
Hinds; (Royal Crown Cola) Iris
Griffith; (Cafe Turan) Florence
Jones and (Perfumes Nacionales)
Olga McPhun.
This activity which is directed
by the special efforts committee,
like the previous ones held earlier
this year, is to provide lunds for
unforeseen expenditures and a
sound working fund to take care
of the destitute members.
An assortment eT entertainment
for vounV and old will be provid

ed. There will be dancing, sale of

cakes and other delicacies, and

KENl 1 DESChlBJ 8 KENT-HerbeTt ifd Keiit (center)" explain toSa?i' JjWJ
.in" Tli.i. 1. ,j v. trT.t,titaiiHk? which are now Ibelne manufactured here by-

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Course On Life
Of Christ Starting

At Curundu Church
Tomorrow in the Curundu Pro Protestant
testant Protestant Church Sunday school

teachers will begin to gather at
7:00 p.m. for a twelve week: study

Bulldog News

By MARY SMITH

Hev kids, have vou heard ahnut

the new "Teen. Club" that's being

DUHl ior US7 ..t-.
The timff has rnino uhm is.'ll

have a place of our own., Howe v-

Kr. 1T wr WHTir in irp0 it onn m.irA

it a big success, it's going to take

We've ffnt tn make fh "Toon iTMnh"

one that every teenager on the Pa-

cinc siae win oe proua 01 and
want to belong.
As adult committee is sponsor
ing a huge "Teeno Ball" at Hotel
El Panama nn Nov. S Th. mnnov

from the tickets will be used to

iurmsn tne building. The approxi
mdte ensr is tsnnn That mm t

least 5,000 tickets must i be sold.
In order to get that many tickets
sold everyone is going td have to
t 1 i ...

get ousy anu sen some tickets.
Thin ball is unrial ovsnt -fnr

dults.. Anyone who wishes to. buy
a ticket is wolrnm tn Toon a Dare

of coursew are behind this, but it
is not just for1 them, although they
are invited. 1

. For details nn tho niMin'it ll (.

located across Balboa, Road from

me snoe section, ine jouilding is
approximately S0' 150. T h e r e
Will bey spacipurjmoVwmfortable

lounee with Jattan fiirnitnr. A n

aa iouniam witn a sandwich grill

win provide retresnments. A bi
eame room and a hucre hallrnm

with a -iulco Ki biiH nf .iirco

a place for orchestra are located
in the building. There are a few!
extra rooms available Which cant
be utilized later. Rpransa iva hovJ

such a long -rainy reason, a covl

erea passage is 10 oe ouut oc tof
the road and. there is a parking iotl

acres me: street. .
A cnmmunitv f'nmmitroo1 enmnnt

ed of representatives of many Pa
cific Side- fraternal, snpi.l v.tor

an and service xlubs and organiza4

uons are acung as the guidmgf
hand. Headed by W. J. Bright ol

uurunau, tne committee totals apH
proximately 24 people, Victor Herd

nas a teen -a? rnmmittoo wnrir

ine on the club also

If sounds like the oratot thin J

the teenagers iave ever,, had. the

cnance to nave ana i m sure to
will he, if we all work atf it.
there is a feelinv imnnnt fitnr

us that f this grand plan wiU .npt

worx. u is completely up to us

teenagers 10 prove tnat it can
work. Once we do have the Teen
Club turned: over to us, we. will
keep' It up. ,The adults are giving
us our chance. Let's hew then
we can do thej6TsrV-A?i. I

course.

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The training course this year1 is
entitled "The Life and Teachings
of Christ." In announcing if, the
church said: "Many teachers and
workers in the Sunday School and
church have a great deal of know knowledge
ledge knowledge about the life of Christ but
very, very few have ever studied
the life of Christ systematically
and chronologically from the be beginning
ginning beginning of his earthly life to its
close."
Some of the teaching 'will deal
with looking at Christ as the mas master
ter master teacher as he taught people.
The course will also look at the
people whom Jesus taughtT, what
he taught to them, the occasions
on which he did his teacing, the
methods of this 'teaching and the
result of that teaching in the
lives of those whom Christ

gaught.

. The class is open to the puh'ic
asd those who would like to have

a greater knowledge of the four
Gospels and the teachings of

Christ.

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This booklet will be invaluable

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The training course will be taught

by the pastor of the church, Rev
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exptrimcntal nursery ot the Missouri Farmers Association hear
Marshall. The stalks of the vnrivtics of hybrid mils are encased f "r
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P.M. I
4:00 Feature 'Review

4:30 What' Your Favorite (re.

"- quests taken by phone

till 3:00)
5:30 News : -,',

5:35 what's Your Favorite

(cont'd) '
6:00 Interlude

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V6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS

; REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6:30 Interlude
7:00n-GuUty Party
7:S0 Musicland USA
8:00 Proudly We Hall
8:3(-MusicaJ Theater

8:00 You Asked Forv It (re-.;

t quests taken by phon
till 7:30)
10:30 Cavalcade Of America
1 1 : 00 Jazz TIU Midnight
12:00 Sign Off.

Tomorrow, "Thursday, Sept. 19

'A.M. i"

6 : 00 Sign On Alarm Clock
Club (requests takes

by phone till 7:00)
7:30 Morning Salon Concert

' 8:15--Church In The Wildwood

8:30-lMuslcal Reveille
8:00 News
9:15 Sacred Heart
9:30 As I See It
10:00 News
10:0' Spins and Needles (re

quests taken by phone

till 8:30)
11:00 News

11:05 Spins ,And Needles

, tcont'd)
11 :30 Meet The Entertainer
12:00 New8 ; ;
p.m. "i ,.

12:05 Musical Travelog

12:30 sweet And Hot
1:00 News
1:15 Music Of Manhattan
1:30 Sons Of The pioneers
1:45 Spirit Of The Vikings
2:00 Tex Beneke Show
2:15 Freddy Martin Show

2:30 Much -B i n d 1 n g-In-The-

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3 : 00 Hank Snow And Hi

Rainbow Ranch Boys
3:15 Sammy Kaye Show ;
3:30 Music For Thursday
4:00 Feature Review

4:30 What's Your Favorite (re

quests taken byphpnr

Tan s:uu)
5:80 News

8 :35 What's Your Favorite

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6:00 Interlude v

jlS-rBLUB RIBBON 8PORX9
' REVIEW; (PabsH Beer) 'H

6:30 Interlude
7:00 Goon show r
7:30 VOA Report from 0.8.
8:00 Elizabethan Theater
8:30 Take- It From Here

9:00 You Asked For It (rt-

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10:30-Music From Hotel El fan-

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10:45 Temple Of Dreams ,v
11:00 Concert Under The Store

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"SEWING CLASSES FOR BLIND A blind student who has never seen before learns this

isVclll under the direction or li. u. K.eny ana sr. capi. l. Knoaes at tne salvation, Army
School for the Blind in Panama. Mrs. Friedman of the Hebrew Women's Organization
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R Supreme Court
Upholds Ruling
On Teacher Strike

'PAWTUCKET.tr. I., Sept.:18

(UP) The Rhode Island Supreme
Court today upheld a ruling order ordering
ing ordering Pawtucket's 460 public school

teachers to ena a 12-day strike
for higher pay. ? y

The teachers had returned to the

classrooms under the injunction
isued Friday by Superior Court
Judge G. Frederick.' Frost.' thus

ending an extended summer va vacation
cation vacation for the city's 18,000 school
children. v ...
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The state Supreme Court : tin-

held Frost's injunction afer the
Pawtucket Teachers'-Alliance ap-
Eealed. Frost had ruled that, pub pub-c
c pub-c school teachers had no right
to strike and that endins their

walkout would not hurt them

greatly.' s .. .. ,t.
After Frost's ruling; the teachers
voted la a mass meeting last niirht

to obey the injunction, but soueht

a five-hour delay in opening class

rooms today to learn how the Su

preme Court ruled. Their plea

was turned down by the school
committee. however, and claaea

started at 8 a.m. i j
The teachers went on trii

the opening day of school Snt

4 seeking aa immediate Inrmu

of 8500 and a (400 raise next year.
Teachers now receive a maximum
salary of $5,400 a year. The school

committee oiler ed a 85.I7S maximum.

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Nafiiaper rash

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HeepitaJ-Preved tn ever 88

Mauaaa mm ilea, ttis t of iapm mik,
it brat rate, caafa, toot Mwteatae.
abaorbsot, dmi doaa.
MEXSANA

Today's handiwaa played it e
.san. r.iiiiw n New York.

-r..a Kthi fluamMHntaa mai lie

failed to make hi five-diamond
contract and sent me the hand as

tin ax irnnin nr 1111a uvumpv

Woit onened the eight, f

anadM.'' East i won withHine

queen. Malowan dropped the sev
n Raat cashed the ace and Ma

lowan droDDed the ten. Neverthe

less East kept right on with a third
spade and his partner ruffed to set

the nana. -.A -a-i t

Tf was aaoA defense since Halo

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unn had careruuv conceaiea we

deuce of spades. However, East
had no real problem. He and his

nartner always oDeneo. low zrom a

three-card suit. Hence he knew
West started with only two spades

and the third lead was a clnen.

The bidding of the hand is most

Interesting. East had a poor but
honest take-out double. Kalowan's
three diamond bid was '
both strength and a preempt. It

shut out West temporarily.

North's three no-trump bid was

reasonable and he would h i t e

wrapped up his contract against

the probable spade lead. t

West's four heart bid was in

tended as a sacrifice and North
had a good double. Nevertheless,

there Is no defense against foft

hearts the way the cards lie.

jdaiowaa s nve aiamona oia

was' a dual Duroose. He naa some

slight fear that four hearts would

make and considerable hope that

he could bring home five diamonds.

If East had tried to cash just

one Heart trier waiter would

have succeeded in that feu pur purpose.
pose. purpose. As it was he scored a small
profit from his hundred honors.

Husband Fed

Wife 'Arsenic-

Wanted Affection

MILWAUKEE, Wis- Sept. 18

(UP)A love-hungry husband ad

mitted trying to poison his hosoi-

tallied wile oy bringing her cuts

of cresf puffs and pies ,: laced
with eat powder so she would

"show more affection for mi." vo-

uce saia toaay.

Authorities said that Phyllis

roanemsu, n, woo ass Been i

a hospital since. Aug. 18 fer' a

aervous disorder, noticed a dis

coloration ia tbe pastry her. hus-

bana. tugene. 30. brought her.

Testa showed one pie contained 41

grams oi arsenic base ent peuoa

eoougn is aiu a aumaa.-

PodzlemsU eonessed be swttcb-

ed to ant poison after be had wed
rst poison for a time. He said his
wife was not showing hia eaouga
affection.

lira, PodziemskL mother of

five, was brought to the hospital
with "evideaee of paralysis," la la-dieating
dieating la-dieating previous attempts to poi-
. u W wiliAA mmiti T. J

wn Wi, fWMW ...u. WVMHS Mill
she had been r virtually para ly red
with pain.

fitfDfCArfP POWDt to kill kis wife, but oaly aoughl

Bore love, police said,

Deadline Tomorrow
For Reservations
At Allamira Dance

Tomorrow will he the deadline
for table reservatioss for guests
planning to attend Club Altami-

ra's dance on Saturday.
Club members will be available

at the French Hall today and to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow between 4 to 6 p.m. handle
all requests for reservations.
The north patio of Hotel El Pa Panama
nama Panama will be the scene of the an anniversary
niversary anniversary dasce and in the event

of rain the south patio and the
(Balboa Room will be utilized.
The club has expended all ef

forts to assure its guests of a plea

sant night oi entertainment at a
moderate cos.

Clarence Marin and bis Hotel
EI Tanama Boys will play for the

dance. i
Guest cards' will be collected at
the door,

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clothes you buy. The really im important
portant important thing is to dress neatly
and appropriately. That requires

more taste than money.

The less you have to spend on

clothes, the more thought you
should give to appropriateness.

tonight

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VARIETY NIGHT

from TO p.m."BaIboa Bar
4 ntw actjo entertainyoii
e TIB SHARPSHOOTERS
Calypeo Trio
DALILA AOUILAB
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e RODOLPO TAYLOR
Blues Stager v (
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Isthmian Toaatmasters
Install New Officers
The Isthmian Toastmasters Club

installed new officers at snecjal
ladies night program last nignt.

As their wives looked on. tne

Toastmasters went through their

regular program in the fern

Room of the Tivoli Hotel.

3 1 M. McNamara, who was vot

ed the second best speaker of the

evening, took over the president's
gavel from outgoing president Ed

ward m. aaunoers.

Other new officers assuming

tneir posts were Sidney E. Tay
lor and Jack D. Durham vice

presidents; Isaac M. Harroiiche of

Panama. Secretary: Duane K

Mong of Panama, treasurer; and

r. b. Mender, sergeant at arms.

Outgoing officers were Paul Le

gros. acting secretary: Jack Dur-

nam, treasurer, Sidney Taylor,
Sergeatat-arms. Hourrouche and

MciNamara as vice-presidents, and

saunoers.

ently stationed at Balboa with

Headquarters, t uteenth Maval Dis
trict.

The regular monthly compeition

in color slide work by club mem members
bers members will feature "Flowers and
Trees." Club ribbons are given
for tht winners in three classes

of compeition.

Guests are cordially invited. The

meeting will begin promptly : at

7:30 p.m. asd wul be held in the

club s auditorium which is located

at the end of Walker Avenue in

Diablo Heights in the Dredging Di
visionfield area near the Canal.

Miles, ftehm. a rlnh nowrnmer

irom ranama, was voted, in a
special ballot by the-lady guests,
the best speaker of the evening.
It' win Rpnm'a firt artMrh ha.

fore the club, whose prime pur

pose is,xne neip its members im improve
prove improve their abilities to speak in

puouc.

Cmdr. William Yeune
WHI Give Show
On' Japanese Lifti

Members of the Diablo Camera

Club will hear a lecture at their

meeting Thursday evening hv Cdr.

William J. Young, USNR, on Ja

pan. jLommander Young'g show,
illustrated with color slides, is ti titled
tled titled "Behind the Bamboo Cur

tain."

Cdr. YnuneV a arlnii inwi

tion, studied the Japanese people
. 4 tu.i. u:i-

. nu uieii i iiniiiiiis wiiiii. irrvmv

as a member of the staff, Com Commander
mander Commander Naval Forces, Far East,
based at Yokosuka, Japan. He was
stationed there from 1952 to J956.
during this interim ha rnmniUH

a most interesting photo-fact li

Drary oi tne traits, styles, cus customs
toms customs and expressions peculiar to
the Japanese. In addition to the
slide show he will riianlav mnrlolc

of homes complete in every de

tail, vommanaer xousg is pres

Barn Dance
At Summit Hills
The Summit Hills Golf Club has

engaged the services of the "Cot

ton-pickers" for an evening of

dancing and fun Friday, pon't
dress up-just put on your, best

Diue jeans an come prepared to
let your hair down. Refreshments

and games are planned to add to

tne. tun.
Tickets will be available at the
Club or from various members.
All members are urged to attend,
and friends of the Club will be
elcomed.
Program For
Zlmbler
Sinfonletta
The program for the Zimbler
Sinfonietat, which will perform
at the National Theater on Friday
night is as follows:
Sisfonia No. 1 Allegro, An Andante
dante Andante Dolce, Vivace Broyce.
Vilin Concerto in A. Minor Al Allegro,
legro, Allegro, Andante, Allegro Assal
Soloist George Zazofsky.
Interval

Suite Corelli; Ciudad Silen-

ciosa uopianu; soloists Roger

voisin ana tionn Homes.
Movimiento Perpetuo Psgs Psgs-nini.
nini. Psgs-nini. Isterval
Concierto in D Maior hv flute

Allegro moderato, Adagio, Rondo
Boccherini; Soloist James Pa-poutsakis.

Concerto Grosso en Rem nnr

Allegro-Adagio, Allegro, Intermez Intermezzo,
zo, Intermezzo, Allegro, moderato Vivaldi.

Tickets mav be obtained at Mor

risons on Fourth of July nad "J"
Street.

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Scheduled to Begin Sept. 21

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NATIONAL LEACUK

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St Louis
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Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

Today's Gamut
Philadelphia at Chicago
Hew York at Milwaukee (N)
: Brooklyn at St. Louis (N)
.Pittsburgh ajt Cincinnati (N)

Yesterday's Results
(Night Game)

New York 001 000 0001 5
Milwaukee 020 0(10 Olx 3 9

Barclay (9-8). Grissom and

Thomas.
Trowbridge (7-5) and Rice.

Philadelphia 010 000 000-1 7 2
Chicago 021 012 Olx 7 10 0
Sanford (17-8), Hacker, More More-head
head More-head and Lopata.
Drabowsky (11-14) and Fanning.

(Night Gam)
Brooklyn 010 301 000 5 7
St. Louis 011 100 72x 12 12

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Chicago
boston
Detroit
Baltimore
Cleveland
Washington
Kansas City

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75
70
69
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Today's Gamat
Cleveland at Washington (N)
Chicago at Baltimore (N)
Detroit at New York N
Kansas City at Boston

Ytittrday'f Results
Detroit 000 100 0001

New York

010 000 06x 7 10

Hoeft (8-11), Prtsko and Porter.
Shantz (11-5) and Howard.

(Night Garni)
Chicago 300 001 010 05 10 0
Baltimore 000 010 040 27 9 0
Pierce: Staley, Latman (1 X)
and Lollar.
Brown, Zuverink, Lehman, Loes
(12-7) and Triandos.

McDevitt (6-4),
lum and Walker.

Roebuck, Col

Jackson (14-9), V. McDanlel,
Muffett and Cooper, H. Smith.

(Night Ganrtt)
Pittsburgh 100 100 3005 10
Cincinnati 100 015 02x 9 10

Friend (12-18), E. O'-Brian,
Douglas, Arroyo and Foiles, Pe Peterson,
terson, Peterson, Rand..

Nuxhall (10-10), Kennedy
Bailey.

and

(Night Game)
Cleveland 030 003 0107 10
Washington 000 000 0123 9
Narleski (11-5) and Nixon.

The Fort Clayton Handicap

Oolf Tournament will get un

derway at the Fort Clayton Golf

course on Saturday. Sept. 21

Entry is open to all entitled to

golfing privileges or tne uiayion
Course.
Play In flights will be under
USQA! Match Play Rules with
three-quarter handicap allow allowance.
ance. allowance. The schedule Is as follows;
First round play. Sept. 21-22;

second round Play Sept. 28-29;

semifinals Oct. 5-6; and finals

Oct. 12-13.

Match winners will be held re

sponsible for entering results of
each match on the official score

sheet.
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Saturday's pairings:
Championship Flight

S. R. Johnson, R. Shank, G.

Silvas, W. Hearn, G. Vintes, F.

Martinez. F. Clark. J. Boyd, B.

Dooley. H. Erhalt, Clever, J

Douglewicz, H. Good nough,

Knoll, A. C. Kelly, F. Gerk.

Pair Get 6 Hits To Drive

In All Milwaukee's Runs
By FRED DOWN.
. NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP) Joe Adcock and
Hank Aaron appear ready today to give the Milwau Milwaukee
kee Milwaukee 'Braves the one-two punch that'll eventualy stif stiffen
fen stiffen the St. Louis Cardinals. '.

Pascual (8-15), Hyde, Abernathy

and Berberet.

(Night Game)
Kansas City 200 003 120-8 14
Boston 400 111 02x 9 16

Tarry, Taylor Burnett, Morgan

a-7), Portocarrero ana mun,

irnrnLlM. Susce. Delock. Cha-f

kalts and baler.

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Is Foul-Ball"

First Flight

T. Mroczek, L. Stevenson, P.

Laming, D. Hill, Van Ernst, J

Walton, R. Gleason, R. Oleen,
Hughes, S. Messner, P. Mitchell,

D. Ramsey, D. Barger, E. Hawx Hawx-hurst,
hurst, Hawx-hurst, Blackledge, Turko, cole
man, F. Weir.

Second Flight

Munsop, C. Almeda, L. Byers,

K. Simpson, J. Hawkinson, J.

Slager, C. Matasic, E. Jacobsen,
K. nolllns. Hanlon. T. Crawford,

Kennedy, M. Turner, jannovicn

R. White, L. Leheny. V. Fer

nandez, F. Hill. i
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PWGA Isthmian Champiofwhlp

The 1957 PWGA Isthmian Cham-

2 pionship will be played over tne
11 course at the Fort Amador Golf

Club. The following eonditiona of

play will apply:
1. Opea to all PWGA mamberi,
No entry fee.

2. Qualifying round will be 18

holes of medal play from scratch.
Qualifying round nay be played

ftomLf"SeDtemberl throuah Sep

tember 22 If played in i J-halfl

match, both players rauat be PW.-

ua memDers. -. ?..'.
8. Medalist will be low gross
scorer. ..
4. After qualifying, playere will
be grouped in flights of 8 play

ers according to gross scores.

5. Play in flights will Je match

play from scratch. t
6. In case a match is all square
after' the 18th hole, a "sudden
death" play-off will determine the
winner. i, v
7. U.S.G.A. Rules ef GoK wiU
govern play, as modified by
Fort Amador local rules.
8. 1st round to be completed by
Sept. 29.

2nd round to, be completed by
October 6, .
Finals to be completed by Oc-

woer is.
8. If a match cannot be arrang arranged
ed arranged for' another date, the official
starting time is 9:30 a.m. on Sun

days. Any match played on Sat

urday will be allowed to tee off

only after 10:30 a.m. Starting times
before that hour on Saturday are
reserved for male players at Fort

Amaaor.
The first match slaved at Ami

dor during- the qualifying period

musi oe usea as tne qualifying
score. Before going on the course
each player must sign the entrance
sheet posted in the club and must
get a copy of the tournament rule

from the club official. Signed score

earas must De turnei in at the

club office. The Tournament Com Com-mittte
mittte Com-mittte is Beverly Dilfer and Alyce
French. Any questions or decision

may be referred to them.

The regular monthly P W a A

tournament will be played at A-

maaor on Saturday Sept. 21. Those
wishing to qualify fo the flight.

of the Championship Tournament

may use Saturdays score for both
regular tournament and qualifying.

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JPJ A KtW, FINER KAUt TONIC WTTM

?' Comlne through when they

were needed most,' big Joe and
the lithe defending National
Leacrue battlne champion took

care of tne Braves' oiiense an

by:-themselves last night In 3-

1 iviatory over tne New YorK Gi

ants that kept Milwaukee's lead
at three games. It was a vital

victory because the run-happy

cardinals waiiopea tne Broon Broon-lyn:
lyn: Broon-lyn: Dodgers, 12-p, for their 10th
triumph in their last, 12 games.

, The Braves didnt Increase

their lead but they

something just as precious
time. They're still three games

in front and now the cardi cardinals
nals cardinals have only ,10 games to make
up the margin.
Adcock, Injured most of the
last three months, hammered
his 'first homer since June 9

with a mate aboard in the sec

ond Inning and also collected
two singles. Aaron tied Ernie
Banks for the major league
home run lead with his 41st in

the eighth and 1 also smashed

two doubles. Tne two Die hit

ters" thus accounted for six of

the Braves' nine hits.

; Bob Trowbridge, young right

Rockefeller Puts

'Stay Home' Offer

Before Dodgers
By JOHN GRIFFIN

hander who has allowed only
five earned runs In Ms last 35
innings, pitched an air-tight
five-bitter to gain his seventh
.victory for the Braves vwhfle
rookie Curt Barclay, was lag lag-led
led lag-led with his ninth loss.
- The Cardinals, driving down
the stretch like the old Gashouse
Gang, of the 1930s,, poured over
seven runs in the seventh s in inning
ning inning to clinch their victory over
the Dodgers, a dpuble by Don
Blasingame and a bases-filled
triple by ninch-hltter Irv Noren

gamea ; were the big blows or tne frame

wnich brought Larry Jackson
his 15th win. Danny McDevitt
took the loss for the podgers

nis fourth against six wins
In the American League, the

New ,i York Yankees whloped the
Detroit, Tigers, 7-1, and increas increased
ed increased their lead to e2 games with
only nine to play when the Bal

timore Orioles rallied to defeat

the Chicago white Sox," 7-5, in

10 innings. The Yankees now

need only five victories to clinch
their eighth pennant in nine
years under Casey sltengel.
vThe Cincinnati Redjegs beat
tne Pittsburgh Pirates," 9-5,, and
the Chicago Cubs defeated the
Philadelphia Phillies. 7-1, in
other N.L. games while the Bos Boston
ton Boston Red Sox shaded thf Kansas
City Athletics, 98, and the Cleve

land Indians beat the Washing Washington
ton Washington Senators, 7-3, in other AL.

games.
Hank Baur touched off a six

run eighth-inning rally -with a
homer as the Yankees routed
southpaw Billy Hoeft. Bobby

Shantz turned in a four-hitter

and contributed a two-run sin

gle to New York's big inning to

Will lllO UCtlOlVll

Miami

Meets

NEW YORK, Sept. 18 (UP)

Millionaire Nelson Rockefeller

puts his last-ditch "stay home"
offer on the line for the Brook

lyn Dodgers today even as a
source reported the Cleveland
Indians Interested in loin to

Los Angeles If the podgers

dont. r

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Rockefeller nd New ,s York

Mayor Roberty Wagner 'were

scheduled to meet with Dodgers
President Walter 0"MalIey today

to discuss what Rockefeller, eau

ed his "sporting" offer.

"The mayor will make the new

proposal to Mr. '0Malley and I
think we will have something

that will interest him," said
Rockefeller

The financier declined to spell

out his latest move in an "all

out" effort to keep the Dodgers

in Brooklyn. But It was believed

tnat ne naa oeen inoucea to

"sweeten" a. previous offer to
help the Dodgers financially in
acquiring the land for and
building a new stadium.

Rockefeller admitted tnat his

Billy Pierce, tryinr for his

20th win, carried a one-hit, 5 5-1
1 5-1 lead into the eighth inning
when the Orioles rallied for
four runs' climaxed : by Gus
Triandos' two-run double. The
Orioles won it against .rookie
Barry Latman In the 10th on
Joe Durham' single and Bob
Nieman's homer.

Homers by Bob Thurman and

BUFFALO, N. Y., Sept. 18 UP)
The Buffalo Bisons will send

southpaw Rip Coleman against Ho Howie
wie Howie Judson of the Miami Marlins
when the International League's fi final
nal final playoffs get under way here

tonight. -i.;"
Miami; which finished the reg
ular season in fourth nlace. won t

berth in the finals by beating the

Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-1,' la si
night. The Marlins won the best
of-seven series, four games to two

Buffalo earlier gained f the final
round by whipping Richmosd, al

so Dy tour games to two.
Coleman,' who had a brief trial

with Kansas City this summer

compiled a 7 5 t mark with

Buffalo, and was 0-1 against Mia Miami.
mi. Miami. Judson, a right-hander, was

6-5 for the Marlins with a 1-3

mark against Buffalo.
Miami scored twice in Hhe ninth
inning. Tuesday to break a 1-1 tie

as : Stu Lockhn doubled, t ranK

Herrera triDled and Marv Blay

lock singled. The 'eafs has scor scored
ed scored the first run in the seventh
when Loren Babe homered hut
Miami tied it the following inning
on Don Landrum's circuit. Hank
Mason, in relief of Dick Bunker,
was the winner and Don Johnson

took the., loss.
The linsecore:
Samftflnat Plavoff

Miami ; 000 000 012 3 9 1

Toronto 000 000 100 1 4 i
Bunker. Mason (8) and Bucha

Johnson, Tiefenauer (9) and Ho

selli. i
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iBabe, Landrum.

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Buffalo In IL Final

LEADING BATTERS
(Based bit 375 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE

P and C ; G AB R H Pet.

Musial, St. L. 127 479 79 164 ,342
Mays. N.Y. 145 556 110 188 .338

Robinson. Cin. 140 573 92 186 .325

Aaron, Mil. 141 578 111 185 .320
Groat, Pitt. 118 478 57 152 .318
Schoendienst M 141 610 87 189 .310

Furillo, Bkn. 117 388 60 118 .307

Moon, St." L., .' 132 4S4 14 .au

the sixth and helped Joe Nux

hall win his 10th decision and

fourth of the year over the Pi

rates. Ramon' Mejlas and Frank

rnomas nomered ior tne Pi Pirates
rates Pirates who saw Bob Friend suf suffer
fer suffer his 18th loss.
Moe prabowskl scattered seven
hits and knocked in two runs

with a homer and double to win
his 11th game for the Cuba. Jack
Sanford, 17-game winning rook rookie,
ie, rookie, suffered his eighth setback.;
Ted Williams' pinch homer
tied the score and Billy Klaus
singled home a second run as

the Red Sox rallied in the
eighth to ton the Athletics and

Ray Narleski- pitched a nine-

hitter for his 11th victory as the

nw nrnnoMii u nromnteil hv inoians nanoea me senators

'the new offer from Loa Anee- their 89th loss of the year.

George Crowe sparked the Red- oages, pxn, .lf x it

legs to a five-run outburst In a$W' .5-

,H AMERICAN LEAGUE

WiUiams. Bos. 122' 403 88 152 .377

Mantle, N.Y. 140 464 118 170 .366

Woodling1, Cle. 128 406 71 133 .328
Bovd. Balti. 136 469 70 148 .316

Fox. Chicaeo 143 567 101 178 .314

Sievers, Wash. 141 530 95 161 :304

Minoso, Cm. m wu si im .au4
Skowron. N.Y. 122 457 55 139 .304

Malzone. Bos. 143 592 75 175 .296

Kaline, Detroit 139 534 80 158,. 296
Kubek. N.Y. 117 398.' 51 118 .296

the new offer from Los Ange

les," referring to the package of

fer voted lor tne Dodgers Mon

day by the Los Angeles city

council.
The board of estimate, top
ruling board of the city, had a
special meeting scheduled later
In the day. presumably to dis

cus whatever is forthcoming

from the i three-man morning

meeting,

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Pennant Races

At A Glance

New York
Chicago

American League

s' WL Pet. GB GR

92 53 .634 9
84 58 .592 6Vi 12

National League

Milwaukee 87 57 J04 10

St. Louis 84 60 .583 8 10

Games remaining:
AnvMicaa Leegue

NEW YORK (Home) (6)

Detroit. Sept. 18: Boston, Sept. 20,

21, 22; Baltimore, Sept 25 (2).

Away (!) At Boston. Sept
27, 28, 29.
Chicago Home (5) Detroit.

Sept. 25, 28; Cleveland, Sept. 27,

28, 39. Away (7) At Baitt

mora, Sept. 18; at Washington,
Sept. 19 tentative); at Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, Sept. 20, 21, 22; at Kansas

Uty, Sept. ,23, 24.
Natienel, League

Milwaukee Home (7)

New York. Sept 18; St L o u 1 s,
Sept. 23, 24. 25; Cincinnati, Sept.

Z7, 28, 29. Away (3) at Chi

cago, Sept. 20, 21 22.
St Louis Homa ( 4 V Brook

lyn, Sept 18: Chicago, Sept. 28,

28. 29. Away (6) At Cicin-

nati. Sept 20 21, 22; at Milwau

kee, Sept 23, 24, 25.

HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves t J

oanu, uuuj
Snider, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
Mathews, Braves
Crowe, Redlegs
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators
Mantle, Yanks
Williams, Red Sox
Wertz, Indians
(Four tied with 23 home runs)
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE

Aaron, Braves 7
Ennii, Cards
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants f I
I AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators
Wertz, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Malzone, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox

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MORE, BAD LUCK-Back in the lineup after a bout with
painful "shin, splints,' Yankee center fielder Mickey ManUe
is rubbing his leg after he hit himself with his own foul ball..
It happened during, the first inning of the game with the
White Sox at the Yankee Stadium. Tjmpire Ed Runge Is look
ing on.

Oddsmakers Tab Basilio;

Favorites But

Anthony

Experts Pick

NEW YORK UP) The odds-

makers have established Carmen

Basilio and Tony Anthony as the
favorites in etwo 5 imminent title
fights but the experts along bro
ken beak boulevard are giving the

advance nod today to a pair or

pappy guys "named Ray Robinson
and Archie Moore.

Pappy Guys

weight title from Suear i Rayv at

Yankee Stadium next Monday

night. And Anthony Is 6-5 to knocn
the light heavyweight diadem off

old Archie's patent leather lock
at Los Angeles on Friday night. T
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But those who make boxing
their business, warning that these
are a couple of bouts in which it
wbuld he wise hot to" invest any
pocket lettuce, hint that Vmustr
bettor should go' for the short end."

ine question, in- both bouts, Is

Basilio is 8-5 to take the middle-l whether the elder participant stilt

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PITCHING

(Based

W L Pet,

14 decisions)

Donovan, White Sox 16 S .762
Buhl, Braves 17 8 .739
Bunning, Tigers 19 7 .731
Ford, Yanks 10 4 .714

Turley, Yank 12 5 .706
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November is drawinf near and

the yearly tournament will be

here ia no time. Already the boat

oweners are attending to their

boats and making plans for the

ten-day fishing tournament

Many beautiful prizes have been

donated by merchants ia Panama

and the committees are all work

ing hard to make this years

tournament a big success.

All sports fishermen in the Re Republic
public Republic of Panama and in the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone are invited to participate.

Any Marlin Club member will beJ
glad to give any information eon'

cerntng tne event to any interest interested
ed interested contestant
Fishing over the past weekend,
has not been too successful. The
"La Say" pulled la a sailasb
weighing 108 pounds, caught ap approximately
proximately approximately six miles from Bona
Island by Fred Engel from the
Maintenance Division. It was his
first saiL r I
The next regular meeting7 will
be held tomorrow (Thursday, Sept
19) at the Yacbt Clue U Balboa
att:J0 p.m. .

PUTTING FORM Cahtles M.

Louis of the Army AUantid Maint

enance Division demonstrates nis

nutting form. Louis found it un'

necessary to use this stance last
week when he hit a hole-in-one on

the 141 yard par 3 16th hole at the

Fort Davis links last week.
. (U.S. Army Photo)

T

Collon, Hart Draw;
To Meet In Rematch

NEW YORK (UP) -r Middle

weight Charley (King) Cotton and
welterweight Garnet (Sugar) Hart,
who fought to a 10-round draw at
St Nicholas Arena Monday night,
will be matched for a return TV
fight in the same ring, Oct 28.
Promoter Teddy Brenner said,1
'Til ask the boxing commission to

let them fight 9 or 11 rounas io

prevent another draw.

" Cotton of Toledo, Ohio,' Who

-weighed 151 pounds, to the 146u

for younx Hart or. rnuaaeipnia.

was an underdog at 13-5. And Cot

ton was dropped to one knee ry a
right to the chin- in the fifth

round. But his aggressiveness and
clubbing rights provided thrilling.

close competition. ..... x ,

Referee Arthur Merc ante scored

4-4-2 on rounds and 5-5 o noints.

Judge Frank Fulls in also bad it

a draw, 5-5 and 66. But judge
Nick Gamboli favored Cotton,
54-L The United Press had Hart
ahead,. 4-2. ,. ... ..,

has the hand speed to land a good

mgnt set oi xnucKie on the young younger
er younger man's jawbone.' Everything: ;
else is window dressmgi' $ j t ,s a
Youth ,vs Experience
Moore would seem to have the
most difficult assignment, He must
pare down from more than 200
pounds to the 175-pound limit and,'
at 41, he is spotting Anthony an
impressive total of 19 years. Rob Robinson
inson Robinson is only six or maybe seven
years older than Basilio and has
had no weight problem. (
Archie claims, however, that he
learned a secret reducine avsteni

from an Australian aborigine and

mat ne can snea tne weight with- ft
out losing strength. If this be so, VI
the pertinent Question as Seen bv I

Alan .Ianm ..iiIiD.... ..

is whether he still can punch with
the old-time Moore rapidity.

Tony Has Glass Jaw

If he can. thev sav. Anthonv Is

In for a rugged evening.
(Because while the young New
Yorker has speed, a good punch
and is a smart boxer, he has a

crystal chin. Tony has flattened 24

rivals in 38 bouts. Yet of the four

fight he lostr-he Was stiffened in

each.

Fight men, who are frequently

as wrong as anybody else, can't
understand the Basilio favoritism.

They hold that if Robinson has a

weight edge of about eight pounds.

which he probably will tote into
the ring, it will mean much in the
way of firepower, r
Dr. Vincent Nardiello. a long

time commission examiner of ath-.

letes, holds that Sugar Ray physi physically
cally physically is1 better than Jersey Joe
Walcott was when tbst muscular

marvel won the heavyweight title

at an age estimated variously

from 38 to 40. :

"Refemse Remarfcakle

'0

'Robinson is a remarkable alh.

Iete and his leg look as good a
ever," Nardiello insists. "His
hand speed may have slowed a

little but he still is one of the
greatest fighters, pound for pound,
in. ring history."

-
Nardiello. n it must be empha

sized, also is Robinson's oertonal

physician and close friend..

But the fight mob accepts his

analysis and figures that Robinson
will bust up Basilio in about eight
heats for a TKO and probably stow
him away in that time. Basilio,
one of the toughest body punchers
of recent times, has other ideas.
mainly pounding Robinson until
he runs out of gas.
There is a great contrast be between
tween between the challengers. Anthony
knows what it means to be flogged -into
limbo. Basilio has never been
ksyoed. But, then, the experts re reply,
ply, reply, neither had Gene Fullmer un until
til until Robinson lowered the boom.' -.
: Which is why they pick the
pappy guvs, and hope the old
hand -speed is -etui there to make
'em look food,"



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HOOFBEATS
v By Conrado Sargeant

Th Hat. of suspended jockeys

was uicTeaseu uvr mc wmuui

as tne stewards oi uie rrcoiuci

Remon raceiracK Kepi up uicu

good worlt.. : v a1"

TarniitUB Alvarez eoi iuur

meets for crowding socornw

(Apolinar -Reyes Rios) wnn l,b

Matelot in Saturdays secuna

race..-:, .'J-

Reyei Rioa got a slmuar pen

alty for crossing isaair i. a-

varezJ. after tne atari oi Satur

day's ninth race witn uranium.

John Cadoran was the only

oeker suspended on Sundav;
He got a six-meet" Vacation
for being disrespectful to the
starter while aboard' Guarare ;
before the start of the third

Amado CredJdlo Was fined $5

miinuw T la

for dropping hl whip wnue ria-r mai as soon as ne i cwiuiuew

tag cnuipsy in saiuraay s sev

enth, race,, ;

Sanchez was fined $5 for fail

ing to report tnat Town-s wau

had been crossed ty,aramma.

wound up lame, also got 15 days

suspension.
oOo

Oscar Ghltls, one of the lead leading
ing leading trainers at :the Hlpodromo
de las Americas during the last
few years, is expected to return
to Panama soon, Ghitls may re

main here permanently.
He now; trains two large st'

bles at the Mexico City track-i-the
Stud La Oiralda of conrado

Maggiorinl "and the Stud Mon
telimar of the Somoza family.
Jockey Osvaldo-' de tebn s
back on the Isthmus after a
successful Invasion of U.S.
racetracks. Dje, Leon recently
dislocated!? his 1" left rm in

spur ana w wrixa w m
a rest by doctors. He Indicated

Tong, was tinea ?io xor seaamir

his Aorse late to, the receiving

barn;,, for fiaturaay s sevenm

net. trtTsrrv .t" fr-y w

T.ni Tr.dPanmcla received al

like oenalty xor senaing lujsho

late to- the receiving parn ior

Saturday's tenth race,

Eustaclo Garcia de Paredes,

Resuelto's- trainer, got a $5 fine

for running tne animai in sun

day s tentn race wixn coiors

other than, tnose iistea on in?

official program.

Tr : .:'.-"'
Clybern and cfcmberwell, bad

trailers in Saturday's seventn

race, were nven eigni-mceh u-

penslons lor tneir poor penorm-

ances.

Tiny Brook and Escorlal were

set down 18 days eacn ior Dieea-

lng from the nose during tneir,

races.

Bonifacio and Heauest, which

It recovered he will return to

the States.
, i .,. ooo-. ".v..- ;;.'";
Luis M. Hernandez will be act

inir maintenance chief of the

President Remon racetrack i be
rlnnlne Sent. 22 while Ernesti

Enriaue- Areote. 'head of the

track's maintenance depart department,
ment, department, is on vacation.
The racetrack's publicity v di

rector, Ibero Fernandez, will al also
so also be on official leave beginning
Sunday. Fernandez will be tem temporarily
porarily temporarily replaced by Marcelo

Narbona and Arqulmedes- Fer

nandez Jr.
ooo
Seven of the best three-year-old
native thoroughbreds have
been entered for the $3,000-add-ed
one-mile Arturo Delvalle
Classic scheduled ior Oct. 6.

The entries are Tully Bar, A-

pache, -Desteljo;!: Francisquito

Mr. Tivoll, Marcellta and Pan
eola. All except the fillies. Mar

celita and Pangola, will carry

118 pounds. Marceuta and Pan

gola will tote 113. -f f. ;

by

J)

BILL ROEDER

We trust xnsi me uoucn

u. jnnn Limmore.i au-

virm. WtUCn WSS cmi-cuuj

iound as it was eminently unnec

mi f j .kin n w m rnin

vi iiiui uo

10 com m iv oiuiHu vu ;
team to Los Angeles and adding
k.f h riariiinn. on a new bau

park ia Brooklyn cad be expect

Mr. Cashmore sounded a WUe
ut of breath, which is under under-taadable
taadable under-taadable because be has bee a

ruaniag very nara. np ivo mi
hit vital message lust one dy be before
fore before he csme up for renominauoa

as borough presiaeni oi crookjyn.
It was big of him to Uke the
time.
OI course," with or without ben ben-fit
fit ben-fit of a rimnlln iDeech. the

Dodgers are going to hold every everything
thing everything at least until today, which
ii when the Board of Estimate

wil approve, reject or maybe
ut able the recommendaUons
that could lead to a stadium at
Flatbusa and Atlantic.

go' Mr. Cashmore fas' saying

nothing. Even so, the fact that be
felt impelled te bring the Dodgers
Into his campaign strikes us as
gfgniflesnt It may be a clue to
the political thinking all o v e r
town. If one politician considers
the Dodger vote Important, msy msy-be,
be, msy-be, they all do.
Ifs true t Mr. Cashmere,
repretenttna reetclrn, has te be,
Eiliarty n)tiva te the bswe.
the eHer stataamae en the
t4 ef the fatimate mwst

faefl"ite that there are Deeeer

rial in f rear moors m ewry
- Wreath .

In addition there are Giant fans
and Just plain baseball fans who
have already lost one team and
do not relish the idea of 1 o s i n g

the whole National League. Wbeth

er or not this would inlluence an
election we don't know, but if we

were running for office we would

not want to be connected with the
party that let the Giants and

Dodgers get qut of town. ; c
' : -Didn't'
the Giants go voluntarl
ly? Yes. they did. They went ea

gerly, in fact. But the city didn't
make much of a pitch to stop

them. Ar ior the Dodgers, they

want to stsy, out u s still going

to take a lot of cooperation to
keepvthem here because no mat matter
ter matter what, you may hear, Los
Angeles is ready aad waiting. --

Yey can dismiss Mr. O'Mal O'Mal-lay's,
lay's, O'Mal-lay's, quibbling ever a acreage
in Chaves Ravine as se much
stalling en his part, He knows
he caa get all the reem he
wants out thare arid is wst
kaeping Lee Angalaa an e string I

while he waits far tha deci decision
sion decision in New York.
,

The important difference In

courtships, as between one city

ftmf h. AlhAV ia that H nArn.

WW VU1U, M NIC WUI

ers have the big people in Los

Angeles sewed up. The only ob

jections out there are e e m i g
from small fry. The mayor is be

hind 0'Msl!ey. Our Mayor claim

ed be would go to oat for the Gi
ants and Dodgers, but as ef no

the best be caa bit is MO, whicl

is sot good is this wsgue. If fet
strikes' out again the voters ma

give him an intentional walk.

EDITORS .NOTE r Sugar Rsy
Robinson meets Carmen jiasuio
at Yans.ee stadium ou Sept. 'ii
On paper, 'it is a fight between

two rauicaljy different champion.

idut there is a strong resemb resemblance,
lance, resemblance, XmEA's Jimmy jareslin
Unas in this last ot two dispatch

es, between the Basilio wno
came lrom the 'muck 'and Jthe

Robinson who is thought oi as a
flashy, big-moneytd man.) v
, By JIMMY BRESLIN

. DETROIT (NEAV It is. when
you see. Way Robinson toaay, as
n there Jiever was anything else
out tne siae walk in iront ot the

places he owns on seventh Ave
uue,' which is. in New York.', ;'

When he is not at a training

camp or iii tne rmg to make more

money is one night than most peo

pie earn in a'luetime, as he will
against Carmen Basilio. Sept. M,

you can lind nun standing, at the

curb, on seventh Avenue aad wan.

ing for somebody ta bring his ,11a

mingo-coiorea cadiuac.

Behind him. a bright neon aigb

flashes, "sugar Ray's Caie." Ivexi

to it, another bunxs, 'Kay.Kob

uisou Jfinterprises." People pass

ana nudge ecn other anu point to

the willowy, immaculately-uresseu

Robinson and say tnat there is the

man you read about all the time

It is, wnen you see this, as if

there never, was a Walker Smith
who stood of a bakery- on Russell

Street, which is in a part of De

troit tney : cau raraaise valley,
but is far from it if you had to
hve- there in 1930.
Walker Smith was the name Su Sugar
gar Sugar Ray was born with in Detroit
and the first 11 years of his life
were spent in a cramped, walk-up
tenement on Henry Street, a fblocx
away from this bakery.
J'The Farm Crest," 'Dave Clark
says, "that was its name. All the
kids would stand in front, of it and
look in the window and be wish wish-in"
in" wish-in" for some doughnuts. Kid'd get
himself a nickle and go in and buy
a mess of day-old cakes they gave
you, in a bag they was probably
four days old- and it was good
because nobody was eating too
good in those days." Y
'.' ' r ;. Sf"f

: Clark is a trainer of fighters who

was a light-heavyweight and he

grew up in Paradise Valley and

he remembers walker smith.

"You never knew be could fight,"

he says, "he was just a little kid

Maybe the man was born to fight

like be can. iBut you can't tell me

that, no man gets the determine

tion he has oh account of he can
fight. You got to know what it was
like around here. Then you know

why he fights good."

r,Walker Smith was only II,' but

wasn't going to spend his life in
an auto plant and be laid off for
re-toolihg or sweep out; somebody's
office ior hang srpund Paradise

Valley uke everybody else.
"This boy be keot sayinsr.""this

here boy's gonna grow up to be a
big1 man in business."

Young Smith hung around the

Brewster Recreation Center and
watched Joe Louis and Holm an
Williams knd Dave Clark train and
when he came to New York a year
later he was to be a fighter,

"iirst time ah sees him." Pod

Miller, the Harlem fight man,

rasps, "he la an 80-pound boy in

Billy Grupp'a Gymnasium, but he

nas tne notion to be, a fighter. Das
all he were, an 80-pound kid. He
were a skinny kid, but he have the
notion to fight."
It came quickly after that. There
were nights in the basement of
the neighborhood's S.alem ME
Church. With Georffa Rainfnril nr

Harry Wiley teaching him howl to

nun aneiner numan being. There
was the Golden Gloves and then a
nieht in an old ramxhidrl orn

in Watertown, N. Y., when Gain-

iora put -on a jazz record and a
17-year-old Robinson began to tap
dance and nunch a lioht hair k..

fore he went on a bootleg amateur

earn ana jonn case, tne .local
sports editor, said the fighter look looked
ed looked as sweet as sugar and the le legend
gend legend that is Sugar Ray Robinson
began. ... .. ... .,.
Ho, on Sept. 23 at Yankee Stad Stadium,
ium, Stadium, when Carmen Basilio, the
squst little guy who comes from
the muck and fought his way' but
of it, goes to punh at Ray Robin Robinson,
son, Robinson, he will not be fighting a quick quick-talkinff.
talkinff. quick-talkinff. hie hininmn

unves a uammgo Cadillac.

He will fight, instead, Walker
Smith who didn't 4. i

Paradise Vallpv iv 1-

bakery window and never, wants

H go Daca. ; .

SuSar Rav RnhinuM. rein

-"f af va CC,
has a reason to fight, too'. -

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GOLF WINDERS Xt. CoH Robert H. Evans, left, of Fort Gullck, congratulates Bill. Mor Mor-'rison,
'rison, Mor-'rison, center, who won the pitching contest on the par 3 16th hole at the Fort Davis Golf
Club last week." Col. Gines Perez, right), won the pitching contest which was held, .on the
ar 37th hole. Both winners were awarded six golf balls each lor their victories in the 2nd
ow Ball Golf tourney to be held at Fort Davis. (U. S. Army Photo)

Along The Fairways

FT. AMADOR WOMAN'S

ASSOCIATION
By HESTER

Katie Call fired a' six over par

14 to take low : gross honors j

wiicu sue piaycu iui uib
time with the ladies at the Ft.

Amador Golf Club on Thursday,

Sent. 12. Katie has been one of

the top flight woman golfers oa

tne istnmus ior several years

ana we are ail mlgnty sorry to
see her leave. Katie and her
husband will leave f tomorrow
for a short tour in Washington,
D.C. land then they will go to

Buenos Aires. Good luck and
good golfing Katie, we will all
mlsa you. 1

The regular weekly tourna

ment was Medal play with

three-quarters handicap. Hazel

More carded a 66 to win' first
low net, Ethel Parentis was sec

ond and Ruth Lincoln third,

Laura Hobson, LaNell Logan
and Jo 'Alexander' tied for nut

ting honors. They will putt off

wajr ue uus ween.
t01tiW9. we m play Flu

. to Mrs. Hasting or Mrs. Sewell.;

Qualifying, rounds for the
Isthmian Championship Tour Tournament
nament Tournament will be played at Ft.
AmoHnp frnm Conf-. 10 f.hrniitrh

GOLF Tournament with full handicap.' the 22nd- WOmen enterine this

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dena). (Pasadena). FOR RENTf 3 newly painted,
creened and well situated apart apartments
ments apartments In Campo Aiegre right
across from the Panama Hotel.
Via EspaAa and Gerardo Ortega
St. No. 3, Moderate rates. For
information: From 4 to 6 p.m. at
Via Eipafia No. 1 Phona 3-1239.
FOR RENT: 1 bedroom and
livingroom. Air conditioned com completely
pletely completely furnished, efficient apart-
ment in fine residential area, for
3 months, $95.00 month. Call
3-7010 or 3-0947.
FOR RENT: Fine Bella Vista
51st. St., residential area. Best
tenants only. 1 room $40.00. 2
bedrooms $75.00, new, modern
2 bedrooms $85.00 (one apt;
per floor) studio, furnished $55.
Call Julio Quijano, Tel 2-2718.
FOR RENT: At El Cangrejo.
Modern apartment, 2 bedrooms,
hot water installation,, garage.
Phone 3-1043.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom, bedroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, -tiled. Screened $55.00.
Apply 12 Via Belisario Porras,
near Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR, RENT: Near O. K. Amigo,
beautiful studio apartment. Will
accomodate two people very
comfortably. Phone 3-3884.
Swim Classes
Now Underway
At Gatun Pool
Swim olasseiCbecan t-Tuesd ay.
Sept. 17. at theOatun Swimming
Pool lor atudents of the "Cristo
bal, Margarita, erfa Gatun
schools. All swimmers will be
screened to determine their
class assignment.
The pool schedule will be as
follows:
Tuesday and Thursday
Adult beginners, 10:80-11:3.0.
Adult beginners, 1:30-2:30.
Kindergarten, 2:30-3:15.
Beginners 6-7-8 yrs., 3:30-4:15.
Sr. Life Saving, 4:15-5:00.
Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday, Sunday, Free swim.
Pool hours are from 10:00 a.m.
to 6:00 pjn. each day of the
week,
The first period of classes be began
gan began Tuesday, Sept. 17 and end
Nov. 10. Any adults or students
having special problems are
asked to contact the Gatun
Swimming Pool.
TELE-RAD
GUARANTEED
TV SERVICE
TEL. 2-2374
Corner "H" & Darien St.
Nos.
3-7712

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BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON 4th

FARMAC1A LUX 184 Central Avenue
VAV.DFRJIS IS 8 trad Ne. SI FA

the Bella. Vista Theatre. COLON: Central Avenue 12,18$ Tel. 432

Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1957 Fairlana 500
radio, safety-pack wsw1 4-door,
town Victoria, low mileage. Good"
price. 249-A Gatun. Tel. 5-362.
FOR SALE: 1956 Chrysler
Windsor, hardtop, 2-tone, power
brakes, power steering, low mile mileage.
age. mileage. Call 2-3323,
FOR SALE: 1957 Cadillac 62
grey coupe. Phone office Navy
Pacific 2538. Home 2390.
Boats b Motors
Newly arrived inboard Diesel, for
fishing boats, 10 h.p. Call Cia
Engelton 2-4970.
FOR SALE: 25 H.P. Gray Ma Marine
rine Marine inboard engine, lugger lea lea-scour
scour lea-scour $91, with propellor shaft,
packing gland, outside bearing
strut. Good condition. Phone 3 3-2389.
2389. 3-2389. leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
; TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S A
Packen Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 22562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classee daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phona 2-245 1
or by appointment. J"
LIFE INSURANCE
call
; TjlMi KJDGE '";
General-Agent '".
Gibraltar Ufe Ins. Co.
for rates and Information
TeL Panama t-0582
DOROTHY CHASE'S i
Fall classes begin Oct. 1st
include Ballet, Tap, Toe.
Women's classes and turrj turrj-blinr
blinr turrj-blinr for "Little Guys."
For all information
Call 2-1751.
7ASHICA
Cameras
LLIillll H.
PANAMA o COLON
Maglie Says Yanks
Should Have Easy
Time With Braves
NEW YORK (UP) Sal Maglie,
who ought to know the National
League about as well as anyone,
feels the Yankees should have lit little
tle little trouble beating-Milwaukee in
the World Series provided that
the Braves can hang on and win
the pennant.
As a matter of fact. Old Sal be believes
lieves believes that if the Yankees beat
Warren Spahn of the Braves in the
first game, they'd have an excel excellent
lent excellent chance to make it a four four-earn
earn four-earn e sweep.
"The way I look at it, we're a
much better ba.ll club overall than
the Braves," said the 40:year-old
rieht hander. disdaining the ball
players' customary taboo about
discussing the series until me
pennant has been clinched.
"We're stronger from any angle
yon look at it pitching, hitting or
defense," he went on.
Maglie, who pitched for three
National League champions during
his nine seasons with the Giants
and Dodgers, is not eligible to
play in this year's Series because
he was acquired by the Yankees
after the Ang. 31 eligibility dead deadline.
line. deadline. '
"The Barber" thinks that the
deep left-center field contour of
Yankee Stadium and the lefty lefty-righty
righty lefty-righty makeup of the Milwaukee
batting order are factors weighing
heavily ia the Yankees' favor.
According to Sal's calculations.
If the Yankees start left handers
Whiter Ford and Bobby Shantx ia
the firrt two games at the sta
dium, te nho'ild prettv well neu neutralize
tralize neutralize Milwaukee's left handed

tuttinr strength, furnished largelyf(Sea')

by Ed Mathews. Wes Covington

and young Bob Hazie.

AGENTS OE OUB OmCM H 1S-ST

PUza CASA ZALUO central Ave. tuuui 'XTttrlmKnoA lfNin7liiC-i4 Central Ave
ol Jul, Vea J St. LEWIS SERVICK-Aye. Tlvoll Ne. 4 JfaSSSS,!9U&h

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RMACIA EL B A TURBO Parao Lefevta I Street FAEMACU, "SAS" Via Porrae 111 NOViBADES ATH

MISCELANEOUS
FOR SALE: 4x5 B&l press
; camera, 7 Vi inch enlarging lens.
Other photo equipment. Call
Albrook 4294.
FOR SALE: SPINET "PIANO "PIANO-practically
practically "PIANO-practically new, large plate glass
1 mirror, many othera bargains.
5066-A. iablo Hit. Ph. Balboa
3320. After 5:30 on weekdays.
Anytime Sat. or Sun.
FOR SALE; Save moneyl Buy
Clayco building blocks, 4"xl2"
xl2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco b Alfareria, S.
A., Via EspaAa No. 37-40.
Phone 3.-0160.
FOR SALE: Complete stock ef
garage equipment. Call Panama
2-2583 during working hours.
FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury, ra radio,
dio, radio, WSW, Mercamatic. 26-60
cycle 180 watts converter. 2 Vi
horse 25 cycle motors. Heethkit
signal generator, new. Balboa 2 2-.3676.
.3676. 2-.3676. House 1524-B.
FOR SALE: Pentren HP 400,
Hi-Fi Tape Recorder (3 speak speakers);
ers); speakers); Heathkit A-9B 20 Watts
Hi Fi Amplifier; Call Ft. Kobbe
5186.
FOR SALE: Engineers level,
tripod, rod, 100 ft. tape. Dark
room equipment, enlargcr etc."
camera, speed graphic 2M"x
3W. Kpdat magaxine B-Bell b
Howell projector, beaded screen.
Rem. Matchmaster Mod. 513T.
Winchester Mod, 74 wscope.
Household items. Leaving. Tel.
25-2231, House I345C Navy
Amador.
FOR SALE: Plants 0932. Ama Amador
dor Amador Rd
Snead Scores
Lopsided Win
In Dallas Open
DALLAS' (UP) SaiA Snead, the
West Virginia golfing stylist who
pocketed $8,000 Monday for win
ning the Dallas open golf tourna tournament
ment tournament by 10 strokes, said he
planned io "go" on. -winning one
tournament A year until I m 50
and then I'm going7 to quit."
That means that the touring
pros are going to have; to contend
I with Slammuv Sammy by at least
live more years. Because, by nis
count, he's Just 45 although the
records are a bit vague and are
at variance on that point.
The lop-sided triumph In the
$40,000 Dallas Open was the larg largest
est largest on the PGA tour since Gene
Littler won the Tournament of
Champions by a 13-stroke margin
two years ago and it was the only
official title won by Snead this
season although he's finished well
enough-in the tournamonts he's en entered
tered entered to run his earnings to more
than ?zs,ooo.
Snead said he just "tried to
keep from making any double bo bogeys"
geys" bogeys" as he shot a final round
36-31 '68 Monday to finish 10
strokes in front of Billy Maxwell
of Odessa, Tex., Bob Inman of
Detroit, and Cary Middlecoff of
Hollywood Beach, Fla., who pock pocketed
eted pocketed $3,066.66 each with their 10 10-underpar
underpar 10-underpar 274s.
Al Besselink, the happygo-lucky
pro from Grossinger, N. Y., fin finished
ished finished in fifth place at 275 and won
$1,800, while Fred Hawkins of El
Paso, Tex., earned $1,600 for a
276 finish and Ken Venturi of San
Francisco, Calif., $1,400 for a 277.
Three-players Art Wall of Po Po-cono
cono Po-cono Manor, Pa.. Dow Finster-
wald of Tequesta, Fla., and Paul
Harney of Worcester, Miss. were
bunched at 279 and won $1,100
each. It was the 63rd straight
tournament in which Finsterwald
had been in the money.
LEGAL NOTICE
Unlt4 State Dbtflct Court Far
Tko Olatrlct of The, Canal Zea
1 Cnitobal Dfvlaron
In the Matter of the AdonUon of
Rarniro Molina Lindsay.
a minor. CrvU
no. iio viiauon.
To: Ramiro Molina,
Fatbor of the
aDove-oamca minor.
You or hereby required to appear
before the United Statee District Court
Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 7th day
of October, 1857. at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of that day. then and there to
show cause, if any you have, why Dave
i. Madison and Florence C. Madison
should -not be permitted to adopt the
minor Ramiro Molina Lindsay, above
named.
WITNXSS the Honorable Guthrie P.
Crowe. Judee. United Stares Distriot
Court for the District of the Canal Zone.
this third day of September, 1957.
C. T. McCermtek, it.
Clerk of Court
Br i DirM M. Jenkins
Deputy Clerk.
To: Ramiro Molina. Fattier of the
minor.
The foreioins; citation ia served upon
you by publication pursuant to the or order
der order ef the Honorable Guthrie T. Crowe.
Judfe. United States District Court for
the Dttrict of the Canal Zona, dated
the SSth dav of August 1M7. and en entered
tered entered and filed of record la this erttoa
In the office nf the Clerk of the Unit United
ed United States nt-Mct Court Dtlston of
OMobaL on the 2Sth day of August
1S7.
r t. IWcTerw'Ick. Jr.
Clerk of Court
t Ds-U M. JcBkhea
Deputy Clerk.

HTBEET, PANAMA- LOUIU v"?j!ii&tJv

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Home Articles
'FOR SALE: 2 folding bada in-
ner spring martreasea, atoal chart
f drawen, girls 24" Enlih
bicycle. 2308-A, Jalbea. Phona
,2-3347.
FOR SALE: Twa antique hanaV.
carved chairi, $25.00 each. 21"
R.C.A. T.V. contola, $160.00
j with j aerial. Combination 25 cy-'-eta
cetkaola record player, $60.00
' 'Phone Balboa 2-2887.
FOR SALE: Wardrobe. Double
' bad. Singar aawing machina. Din Dining
ing Dining room aat, 9 plocaa. Electric
fan. Bureau. Small table,' Desk.
Pueblo Nuevo No. 4120.
Lesson
Raglatration for taen-aga Ball Ballroom
room Ballroom dancing; Cotilion claaaes to
includa the tocial amanitiai, ia
open from 6:30 p.m. Monday 16
September to 7:00 Thursday, 19
September at Liana Sears' Studio,
El Cangrejo, Tel.) Pan. 3-0327.
- 1 957 COTILLION CIA SS
1 GRADUATES NOTICE! The Ju-
niar Aiiambly for Advanced
, Dancing ia ready lor registration.
. Please call Llona Saara Tel. Pan.
3-0327 after Monday, 16 Sept.
Segregation
?s-:.:
Causing Transfer
Of Game Criticized
NEW ORLEANS (UP) 4 Louisi
ana Congressman F, Edward He-
bert today, criticized a state seg
regation law and several organi
zations which forced transfer of,
the Nov. 16 ArrayTulane football
game from New Orleans to West
Point. .v
The U.S. Military Academy -and
Tulane in a joint statement Mon
day announced the game, will pe
piayea at west r oint ipstead 01 in
the sugar iBowl here because of a
Louisiana- segregation 4 law. '' The.
1956 law bans interracial athletic
events and forbids integrated seat
ing.-' '- .-?
Lt.-tJen? Cfarrison nr awrdsorr,
academy superintendent, and Dr.
Fred Cole, acting president of Tu Tulane
lane Tulane agreed on the change in site.
Hebert accused the Department
of the Army of giving in to "vi "vi-ciousf
ciousf "vi-ciousf propaganda of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People."
. '! ....
Tulane was blamed, too. The
university '-'compromised the is-
sue" by agreeing to transfer the
game to West Point the New Or
leans Democrat said.
"Tulane should have stood firm
On the principle and fulfillment of
the contract signed by the Army,;
he said. v., '.V.V
The defense: put up by Tulane
and West Point was that a fresh
study of Louisiana's segregation
laws revealed that the segregated
seating arrangement in the Sugar
Bowl, would prevail 4ft the sectioq
of seats sold by West Point. Tu
lane announced it will refund mon
ey for Individual tickets and sea
son tickets after Oct. 1.
Rep,-James Fulton (R Pa.) on
Sept. 4 made the first public out
cry against Army playing in New
Orleans, He .asked President Ei
senhower to forbid the ame to be
played in New Orleans because
Louisiana segregates whites and
Negroes. ,-
Stands Will Be
Segregated' For
Navy-Georgia Game
ATLANTA UP) The stands
"will be segregated" when the
University "of Georgia football
team meets Navy at Norfolk vs.,
next month, according to a state
ment from the Georgia hoard of
resents.
Board Chairman Robert O.
Arold said Monday all tickets to
the game have been sold "under
the laws" of Virginia, and no
mixed seating will be allowed.
A spokesman at the U.S. Naval
Academy sairl, however there is
a clause In all of Navy's contracts
w'th southern colleges calling for
freedom of inrress and non-seg
relation of seating for all specta
tors seeking admission.?
PGA Tel! Tourney
on5nrs To .Give'
PGA Evei7thing f
DALLAS (UP The Profesiiotial
Golfers Assn. has handed down an
edict to the 24 ma tor golf tourna
merits which in effect tells them
to turn everything but the finan
cial risk ever to the PGA. -The
pr.l Tournafent Commit'
tee Monday gave the tournament
sponsors an ultimatum to iort
over the entire entry fee money
m m PS? A earuHinn.
TU. Ttrtk aalrl it WOllU StaM the
tournevs with sponsors limited to
providing money lor purses ana
the playing course. The committee
said it would run the tournament

SERVICES

3-minute car wash $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
ears $5. Auto-Bafto, Trans-Isthmian
Highway near Sears. .
For the bastin T.y. and electro electronic
nic electronic repair?, telephone: Panama
3-7607 0. 1 Television.
Real Estate
BECAUSE I've decided to live
in the United States, I will sell
my Santa Clara Beach .property. :
8- acres, 5 furniahed houses.
Shop building, 2 wells with motor
and windmill. See Forero at San- -ta
Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel
1529 North Allen Avenue, Pa Pa-ladana,
ladana, Pa-ladana, California,-.
FOR. SALE: Houte with 2866
meteri of land, good investment.
Via Cordoba.. Pueblo Nuevo No.
4120.

Panama Will Be Featured In The International Exposition

His Excellency, Don 'i Vlctofi
Navas. Minister or Awicuiiure,
Commerce and Industry of Panama-was
visited by represen
tatives of comparua panamena
de Fuerza y .Luz who discussed
with him. the nrellmlnary Plan
ning lot- a? projected exhibit In
the international Traae. Margin
New Orleans nextr yearr- which
will feature Panama's com commerce,
merce, commerce, ; Ihtdustry,; tourism;, cul culture
ture culture and; progress. ,'?i,v-Mr.-Thpmas
E. Oglesby, "vice
President & General ..Manager
of Compaftia Panamena de
Fuerza y Luz announced that
AMPHIRtnilci WOWiT7FR

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Carps reserve base on Treasure Island,. cruise under : the San JYancisco-Cand Brilfa. i
The LVT-H6 (Armored Amphibian Assault and .Gun, Carrier), "the last word ia aanraSlrrlona ;
warfare vehicles, weighs 40 tons, carries a 105-mm. Jiowitzer and floats like a cork. ; 4
: vu-, ...

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"SMILE, SMILE, SMILE ."Three playful porpoises appea to be (.rinninf at they surface)
at Los Angeles Marineland.; They seem happy enough with the temperature of the water, but
- one could almost believe they came up to check the electronic tempratur-i-pcordirf apparatus at
.'left .Engineers used the device while Installing a new automatic system for keeping aU U 1
tank's tenants quite cozy. ;. - - - t --

Miscellaneous
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER"A." DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL. CX."
: WANTED TO BUY: Second
' hand plane for a child in good
conditions-Phono 115 Colon.
Kansas Picks
On Bowl Teams
LAWRENCE, fcans. (NEA1
ror tne second straight season,
Kansas 1st the only football team
in the land to meet three major
bowl teams.
The Jawhawkers tackle the
trio in order. They open, against
Texas Christian's Cotton' Bowl
champions, Sept. 21, In Fort
Worth. Coach .Chuck Mather's
the object of ; this exhibition Is,
to present to the people of the
United States... the potential potentialities
ities potentialities and opportunities offered
by v Panama, v, Mr Oglesby also 1
said that the Panama exhibit
in. New? Orleans coincides with
the'iAnnual Conference -of the
Mississippl Valley Trade i As Association
sociation Association which- gives .our,: Re-niihltrii-B.ru
pvrpllpnt. ntmortunltv
to attract North-Americatt cap-fl
ltal.ltoanama,. ;T.
The Panama exhibit ilf vbe
opened on. the 29th of ."January
for a petiod.of :two months and
Cburninr low in the water, three

WANTED -Stenographer expe experienced
rienced experienced competent. Shorthand
tnglish Spanish. Good speller,
Columbia Pictures, Euiebio Mo Morales.
rales. Morales. .I1 ,; ,J-

WANTED: Person Interested la
, radio-advertising work. For in.
terview call Lombarda Vega, 3
0471 arf 2-3343f. c
Oomejtic; Employment
- WANTED : Experience house-'
v maid with refereneos. Sleep In.
46-A Street Uote Gabriel Du Du-qua)
qua) Du-qua) Mo. It, Family Rennert.
WANTED : Maid wanted, gen gen-eral
eral gen-eral housekeeper and cook. Tel.
Gamboa 226. s. .;?,..,i,.-:;v-,':',
lads host Oregon State's f Ros
Bowl contendersKSept. 28. The:
launch their Big 'Eight Confer
enc,e season : against Colorado
Orange Bowl champions, Oct
5, at Boulder.
But. Kansas' big game alway
w'ill be the' one. with mighty Ok
lahoma. ,.
r '"-1
will- be visited by thousands ol
Important businessmen ani
Hlnfsteir Navaa In his dlscuw
sion ..wlth.fMr.sFrancla Purdy ol
Fuerza y IXuas and Mr. sant
iL IiiFaso xf the American and
Foreign Power System or Ne
York: which Is affiliated, wltl
Fuerza y Luz, expressed hi
irratitud'e ?for the spontaneou
offer of Fuerza y Liii for sucl
a beneficial jproject ana onere
the. full cooperation of his Mln
istrv to -assure that the ex
hlbit "will be-a great success.
LVT-Btr tntai Marina).

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pftTTFR PRFSENTS KEYS. OoV W. E. Potter presents W. J. (Bill) Bright, Jr., chairman of the Pacific youth Committee,
ith Ihsvs toMthe new "Teen -Club" (formerly Building 9A, Balboa). Potter also, presented Bright; with a license tv operate
S'S'JlMV lunn,.cJlalman of the "Teen Ball" Committee, scheduled to be held Nov. 8 at the El Panama Hotel, is

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Interest In Teen Club' Project Grows,

Chairman Tells Youth Committee Meeting

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' William J. Bright, Jr. announc

ed at the meeting oi me racmi:
"Votith Center committee that Pa Pa-einc
einc Pa-einc $ide organizations are devel devel-'
' devel-' Doing increased interest inthepro inthepro-nf
nf inthepro-nf tho Tppn Club and are sup

porting the project through dona donation!
tion! donation! to the committee.
. GOT. Potter last Friday after-

lioort- presented the club license

iinTTht ken 01 jsuuoine v iu

Kriphi. chairman of the commit

. tte and the project of establish establishing,
ing, establishing, ehib for the Pacific side teen
1 group is now underway.
i Bright appointed Donald L. Por Porter,
ter, Porter, acting manager of the Chase
Manhattan Bank, as chairman of

th financial committee., fetter
will receive. all donations asd funds

for th erouD. Oruanizations desir

' ing to donate to the work of the
1 Pacific Side Youth Center (Teen
Club) may henceforth forward
; funds to Porter at the Chase Man

hattan Bank, Balboa, made out to
k the "Pacific Side Youth Center"
' Committee. Funds will be deposit deposit-'
' deposit-' ed m the club's bank account
- George Black, Jr.,. discussed the
' incorporation of the committee and
f the Teert Club, and Bright appoint

ed a committee composed 01 BiacK,

cathir Or fldt

k i nis VMLnn renon lor ine

V 24 hours ending S a.m. today,
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t jj; Branch of th' Panama Canal

Victor Herr, Porter and T. J. Wil viduals to te known as the "house

ber to study the organization ot

the committee and club for the
Dufoose of composing a constitu

tion and by-laws, with the latter in

corporating the operation oi me

Teen Club under a group of indi

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Prince Charles. r
Anne Play Tricks;
On Dad Philip
LONDON (UP) -Prince Charles
and Princess Anne have become
practical jokers, their French
governess reported today.
Giselle de Rogoux, hired to
teach the elements of French to
tht children, arrived in London
from the summer residence at
Balmoral Castle.
She said the prince and princess
had played a number of tricks on

her; and during ner last day there

they tricked their fathtr, Prince
Philip, with a set of false-lips and
sneezing powder. '
!"Oh what fun they hid," she
said. J : i
; ,"Did they. learn 'W French,",
a Reporter asked. V j
She s b r u g g e d and smiled.1

"They rJfe,( very young, .you ,now

la Widows

Of Confederates

Paid $236,665

ATLANTA. Sept. 18 (UP)

The state, of Georgia paid out
$236,665 to widows of Confede Confederate
rate Confederate soldiers during the 1956-57
fiscal year, an official audit
showed today.
The expenditure in the past
fiscal year to widows was $29, $29,-535
535 $29,-535 less than In the previous fis fiscal
cal fiscal year. The Department of
Confederate Pensions Is the only
state agency with a decrease in
annual expedltures.
There were 27 Confederate sol soldier
dier soldier widows on the pension list
during the year. Fulton Country
has 35. el?ht of whom live in the
Soldier's Home in Atlanta.

rules committee." No definition

was established as to the exact

method of management of the,

club, except that it would be o
perated under properly establish
ed committee supervision.

Over 25 persons attended the

committee meeting, ten of which

were visitors, and not including

the five candidates selected yes

terday afternoon to be Queen of

the "Teeno Ball" to be neia at ine

El Panama Hotel Nov. 8.
Victor Herr, liaison officer be between
tween between the committee and the teen teenage
age teenage committee of Balboa High
School and Junior College, re

ported that stiulations of the stu

dents had developed through he

knowledge that the students tnem-

selves were going to be responsi

ble for actually establishing the
club and that they were to be re represented
presented represented in all operations.

Herr stated factually "that he
thought some mature thinking was
going to be had from the students,
and that he personally felt that
they should be given a chance to

develop their own interests, con concerning
cerning concerning the club.

He intimated that, the older,
more mature Students would guid;
the younger, more im p u 1 s i v t
group, and that the placing of res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility oh the -shoulders of the
students should tend to develop
good ideas and stimulate interest,

Hagerty Has
New Grandson
NEWPORT. R. I., .'Sept. 18 (UP)

-White House Press Secretary

James Hagerty announced today
he had a new grandson and Presi President
dent President Eisenhower immediately of

fered, him congratulations in the

form yof a better goii nanaicap.

' Hagerty said an 8-pound 5-ouhce

boy was born to his son, 1st u.
Roger Hagerty, and his wife, Eva,
at the U. S. Navy hospital at
Quantico, Va. The boy was named
James Roger and mother and
baby were reported doing well.
The President, before teeing off
on the first green of the Newport
Country Club golf course with
Hagerty,, congratulated his press
secretary.
"I guess I'll have to give you

extra stokes today,' the Presi

dent said, in reference to their

golf handicap.

rtiviivauvv vn i-no i io lyi uiv 1 lovunu M Alni uo; vari.M lt ill VUIISierS t 11X1 CQ QOWI1 TO a nOrmai EF&aO ',j

school routine. t ;4 ,t i vj- V;;; Uf ijy,, .''f
Mine Negroes' attended first grade classes; at previous fy all-wite" schools. Lalit wee'k they hail been greeted with'
jeers, taunts, rock-throwing, and a. dynamiting but a police crackdown plus'.a Federal (Court non-interference' in

junction kept things peaeful here yesterday and again today.

School officials said some stu

dents who failed to register last
week were in classes today;

Police 1 who a few days ago

were picking up suspected trou

ble-makers handled ; routine
traffic around the lntegrateri

schools.

Meanwhile in Little Rock,

Ark., Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark)
a mediator in the Central High

School Integration dispute, con-

rerreo fori an hour with Gov.

Orval Faubus.

Hays, who brought Faubus

and President Eisenhower to together
gether together at Newport, R.I., Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, is trying to find some wav

to, remove the troops that are

guarding Central High School
on Faubus' orders.

ceed with the hearing on a'p6-clty Jpf Lauderdale for damages legally -be banned from' ; White

GO BEFORE JUDGE

titidn for injunctive relief at 10

a.m. Friday, Sept. 20, as sched
uled," he said. r

"A large number of subpenas

are now being served on .wit

nesses who are in 'possession of
facts .that may be pertinent to
the issue and of Interest to the

court in the hearing." t
If Davis issued an Injunction
agahuft faubus and the gov governor
ernor governor failed to integrate Cen Central
tral Central High, then he probably
would be held, in 'contempt of
the court, 1
GUARDSMEN AT SCHOOL

'About 30 National Guardsmen,
whom '. Faubus called out Sept.
2 to prevent "terror'., i and

On Friday, Faubus must go Woodshed" if lntegratloxx. were

$15 Fine Meted
Out For Following

Too Closelv

For following another bus too

closely yesterday, a bus driver

was fined $15 in Balboa Magis
trate's Court todav.

: The defendant is Pascual Mar-

cot, 30, a Panamanian He aaid

his bus crashed iste the back of

the bus in front of him, which, in
turn bumped into a truck. There
was only slight damage to the

buses.: t-i:--

New Zealand's Sir Leslie Munro
Named President of UN Assembly

UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Sept.
18 (UP) Sir Leslie Knox Munro
of .New Zealand was elected presi
dent of the 12th United National
General Assembly "yesterday fol following
lowing following a dramatic, last minute
withdrawal by. Foreign- Minister
Charles Malik of Lebanon.
Maik, who fought for the job up
to the moment the Assembly be began
gan began its annual stssion at 3:23
p.m. took the rostrom just
before the secret ballot of the 81
member countries was to begin

ana toia meAssem.Diy:

BELLA VISTA

HOW DID THAT
SCHOOL TEACHER EVER GET
CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF A MOB?

H

JUarlht

tongi m
M-G-M

Pnm, proper, g pretty teacher

nets part-time Job In nlflht club.
Meets rough, tough ex-racketeers

This could be the night'.,.,
for a kiss on the lips
a dance in tjie dark
or a gun in jfie rib-si

M-G M PRISINTS
. JEAN PAUL
Simmons Douglas
ANTHONY-
FR ANCIO S A ia
This Could Be
TheNight

XN ClNKMASCOPK
m msm ku isms jou aowu
t cwoi atss tuna own jug bth
m nr amanr m m memm

"In the interests of harmony.

amity and peace I am yielding

to my good friend. Sir Leslie

Munro... he can count complete completely
ly completely on my support ... let us start

this Assembly with an ; act of

unity, without which there can be
no real peace and certainly no
United Nations."
Munro then received Tt votes
for the presidency. Malik re received
ceived received one. Three countries ab abstained.
stained. abstained. Malik's action not only ended

one of the Assembly's most torrid
political campaigns but took the
United States off a diplomatic hot hot-spot
spot hot-spot as welL
Washington 9iad pledged its sup

port to JttunrO long before Malik

entered the race. The candidacy

oi the foreign minister of Leban
on, one. of' the United States' clos

est friends in the Middle East,

created a auemma. .,..
As late as yesterday, Malik
sought to persuade Secretary of

State John Foster Dulles to

change his position, arguing that
an American vote against a Mid

dle East candidate would be dam

aging to the Eisenhower DoctrineJ

There were reports that Malik

bad withdrawn under a : deal
which would assure him the As Assembly
sembly Assembly presidency next vear.-Un

der this plan, Peru's Victor An

dres Beiaunde, who already had
announced his candidscy. for 1958,
would postpone hit race for an another
other another year. v '.

before TJ.8. District Judge Ron

aid mr Davles court to show
cause why he should not be en enjoined
joined enjoined from preventing the in integration
tegration integration of Central 'High, un

less he takes the troops away
earlier. ''.'

F3I Director J. Edgar Hoov Hoover
er Hoover said in Washington that in
no case will FBI agents be
deputized to escort Negro stu

dents through the National
Guard lines. ::: -v ;).

He said he wanted to make

his nosltlon; clear because r"re

ports are being circulated that

FBI agents would be dPutlzed

to cooperate to maintain order.

He said the reports are without

foundation.

"The assignment of the FBI

to local police duties .under the

qircumstances wouia De repug

nant to pur concept of the Fed

eral-state relationship and

would not be a Party to Inject

ing the FBI into an assignment

mac would so cioseiy resemoie

a national police," he said. -Reports
circulated .that U-S

marshals were summoning 200

witnesses to Friday's injunction

hearing.
LARGE NUMBER SERVED

U.S. Attorney Osro Cobb de

clined to say whether there are

200, but he said "a large num

ber" of -subpenas were belriz

served. -.

"We expect to be ready to pro

'Don't Wan! Me'

Sobs Boy 5 Whose
Mother Stabbed Him

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N1TW YORK. Sent. 18 (UP

"Mv daddy' don't ; want me,', me,',-and
and me,',-and now my momy don't, want

me." .?-"i-v : -Five-year-old
Michael Maida
sobbed out those words In- a

hospital bed today, where ne
was beinc treated for a stab

wound inflicted by his mother

while he wa sleeping.
Arcordlmr to police, the mo

ther Mrs. Catherine Malda. 28,

separated from her husband
for two years, i telephoned her
mother earlv i today and told

her she was going, to stab her

sweetheart, .Joe, -and her son.
She said Joe, not further iden identified,
tified, identified, would not, marry her be because
cause because or the boy.
"Why would you v do that,"

her mother asked her rranuc-
ally. .
"Yon think I wouldn't do it."

Mrs. Malda screamed back, and

slamme down the phone re receiver.
ceiver. receiver. -,.-. -The
mother, Mrs. Catherine
Dalton, sent her son, Kenneth,
to the Malda apartment where
he found Michael screaming
and bleedlhr from stab wounds

In his back and risht hand.
Dalton carried the boy to
Bellevue Hospital where doc doctors
tors doctors said he would recover!
from the wounds.

permitted, remained a r o und

central High today. No' Negroes
tried to register today, although

m want to get m.,
The progress and problems ot
desegregation in other areas to today
day today included:
, i
iiew Orleans Rep. : F. Ed

ward Hebert (D-La.) accused
the Army of giving In to "vici

ous propaganda1; of the NAACP
in transferring the Nov. 16 Ar-my-Tulane:
football game from
New Orleans to -x West point.
Louisiana law forljlds lnterrsftial
athletics and Integration ot
spectators.'
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Rob Robert
ert Robert Harold Bolden.' Jr: sued the

caused he said, :bv, his being ar schoolsJ" but added "i tanrH sav

rested by a Negro policeman;; He'that another court would not
said h's -"friends" and, .kmfolk have a different opinion 1
Jeer at him and scorn him" for ri Bryan acted' after an tiout oX
lettlnga Negro policeman ( ar-; arguments by. attorneys, tor the
rest him1 for" speeding, - I Arlington school board, whicn.
In Alexandria Va., Federal .requested the stay, and Xhose for
district judge Albert V. Bryan the Negro parents involved lr
today postponed the deadline the case, .who opposed it
for admitting seven Negro chll-r K .. .'. .' .. ,,m
dren,- to' all-White Arllngtonf a' llfJ:. 1
County achools. 1 Arfih-K TrlMl lrf, v
He had originally ordered their, uy" Wl k-

admuslnn hv, nPYt Mnnrtv.'Th' mi il 'H a- A. Ku

Arlington school board asked for
a stay o his order while it an-,
neals thi ruling : ta : thm- tts

Fourth Circuit Court o! Appeab,
Bry,an agreed. i

tie sam mat if tne court or

Appeals should reverse .him-

bUUO If VU1H UC H'UCmCUUUUS
injury not only to the liti litigants
gants litigants but to persons not' par parties"
ties" parties" if a stay were not allow.'
ed at this time.

The Judge emphasized that he

still believes the Negroes cannot

World Council Hopes

To Have Relations

With Russia Church

Egyptian Paper
Claims US Planes
Fly Over WalerT

CAIRO, Egypt, Sept. 17 (UP)

A leading Egyptian newspaper
claimed today that- American 6th

Fleet planes had flown close tto
the "limit" of Eevot't territorial

waters "in the 'Mediterranean 'off

Alexandria
The newspaper Al Ahranj re-

porud that the U. S. naval planes
circled over the area for some

time .before flvme awav. It did

not say when the. alleged incident

occured. H r ;;. wU:: ? V-;'!. ,

The newspaper said that Egyp

tian minorities had issued a

"strict warning" to all "Planes not

to approach) the Egyptian shores

or to cross : Egyptian territory

without previous authorization.

The authorities warned that
Egypt will not be responsible for

the consequences of any violation

of her territory,-' ',
The Cairo report followed a re'

cent official charge? by Egypt's

ally, Syria, that warships of the
U. S. 6tlr Fleet had sailed close
to the Syrian coast at the height

ot tne Damascus crisis, u. s. au

thorities denied the charge.

. Al Ahranv said, however, that

Egypt does not intend to protest

the alleged air incident to the
United States because authorities

understand "it was a maneuver
in a war of nerves and Egypt does

not pay attention to such maneu

vers. ..-('''

Male Tiger Kills :

Female In Cage;
Circus Powerless

TAUNTON. Eneland fUP-i

Two tigers foueht a battle to the

ideath in a cage at the Bertram

Mills Circus Monday before a hor horrified
rified horrified circus staff.
Khan, a male tiger, leaped over
a separating barrier into the ease

of Talah. a tiffress. and soranr

at her throat. For three minutes
they slashed and roared at: each

other before Khan bit deep, into

laian i inroai ana Killed her. 11
Circus emoloves said the he

lieved Khan was jealous. s :

Pope Says Catholic Church Prefers
That Widows Remain In Single State

" SEWANEE.. Tenn. (UPj' -i Th'

general secretary of the World
Cotiqcil of Churches told the Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal House of Bishops here" the
council hopes to' establish official

relations, with he Russian.- 'Orth

odox Church.
1 he secretary,- J3r. W. -A. Visser
't 1 Hooft of Genev. Switzerland!.

spoke at the 105th meeting of. thej
House o?-Bishops at the Univer-1

sitv of the -South.,- . ;..
Sessions 'began Saturday'- and
ended last night, dne day ahead
of schedule! ., ,'
, Dr. Visser ,t Hooft said; the
council hopes to eet up relations
with the Russian Orthodox Church
by the end of this year Or the be beginning
ginning beginning of J950. "i i
'He said ihe first steo would toe

to explais the. nature of the werld
council and question Russian Orth

odox '.leaders 'about ? their beliefs
and attitudes Conccrnintf relieion.

the; council and affairs in' generaL

we wouia nope mat tneir join,
tug would be a second step,' he

saio. . ,
.The Rev.'WilTum 6. "Pollard,
nuclear 1 physicist and Episcopal
priest, teld the bishops the ailt

oi an atomic reactor to Japanese

episcopalians would demonstrate
ways in which. f.'Gcd'f ereation

can be sanctified to good, pur

poses." f-. -:,':. :
The erouD heard : Pollard'. r

port as vice chairman, of the Epis

copal unuren s joint 1 commission
on peaceful uses of atomic energy.

' The- reactor, would go to St.
St. Paul's ; UBiversitv and- St.

LUKes Hospital in Tokyo and

would cost about $400,000. Pojlard

uggesiea tii De ount nyf i jap
anes firm. f.:" r- :' v .,

The meetinf here J af tended hv

now active ana retired bishooi.

The House of Bishops mkes up
half the Episcopal Church's,. -tional
legislative body, the gener general
al general convention. Lav and clerical

members form the. other half. -'

Shell Kills 14

Arab School Kids

'JERUSALEM, Sept. 18 '(UP) (
A shell from the 1948 :Arab-Is-raeli
war exploded in a field to today
day today and killed 14 Arab fcchool
children.,
' A large group of Arab chil children,
dren, children, ranging in age from 9 to
13, found the shell while cross crossing
ing crossing a field toward )he village of
Sandale, near u the, Jordanian
border.- ' s"
" An older boy warned them to
keep away from' itt, but several t
girls started throwing rocks at
the missile.- i v
" One of v the i stones hlp-the
shell, "exploding It. The blast
killed the 14 -children Instantly
and injured three ,'others. one
seriously." '
The 'children's"' teacher s first
to arrive at the scene took the
Injured children to a nearby
hbspltal and called police.
Examination of shell frau frau-ments
ments frau-ments showed the shell was an
81 millimeter "French tvne ued

bv Arab armies, durintr the

Palestine 'War.

Pius Considers j
Naming 12 New

Cardinals Soon

VATICAN CIT.' Wis rup

Pope Pius XII Is considering
naming 12 new cardinals of the
Roman Catholic Church before ;
the end of the yeav, Vatican 's
sources said toda,y,

:ine sources, unomciat : out
usually well informed, said two

of the three new red hats prob probably
ably probably would .go to the United

Statea and' one might go i to -Africa,
bringing the College of

urrainaia iu first Negro mem member.
ber. member.
' it also 1$ considered possible
the Pope will enlarge the col-
lege to meet the needs of modern-
times. Its membership was
fixed at 70 by Pope status V in
1588 but 'can le increased.
.The present f membership pf .'.
the highest bodyXof the church -Is
58. .'-, f
Most nrobable U.S. candidates

for new red hats .are believed to

be Archbishop Richard J. Cush- i
1ng( 62,; of Boston! Archbishop,

jonn r. unara o, of ,' Pnlia-
delphia, and Auxiliary Bishop
Fulton -J. i Sheen,' i 62,:, 'Of New H
York. Z- 1. v--
-If the Pontiff decides to nanie

a resident Cardinal m Africa, a ;

possible candidate is Msgr. Joseph. -:
Kiwanuka, 60, of Masuka, U U-ganda.
ganda. U-ganda. He! would become the :
first Negro member; 3 :., r

VATICAN CITY Sent. 18 UP V-

Pope Pius XII said today the Ro

man lauone Church, while not

condemning second marriages
for widows, prefers to see them
remain ile.

"Although the church does not
- condemn second marriages for

i widows." said the Pomuf'she

i shows her preference for fcouls

wuo rri iminiui 10 ineir spouses
in the perfect symbolism of the
i sacrament of marriage."
! The Pope's remarks cime 1 a
speech made to the international
I union of family groups. . v:
1 Vatican sources said that, al although
though although the Pope was referring
j specifically to widows, bis re re-.
. re-. marks were intended U apply to
1 widower as welL

Sepaking ia French, he told the
group: i ., 4 -i .
"The most Important thing, it

seems id us is the firm convic

tion that, far from destroying the
ties of human and supernatural
love contracted in marriage,
death can perfect and reimorce

mem. ; ,
"Without any doubt; ta a purely
Sridica) plane, the matrimonial
stitution no longer exists.
"lBut that which ft was in' the
soul, that thing which constituted
its vigor and beauty, conjugal
love, with all its splendor and
wishes for eternity," remains.
"When one of the marital part partners,
ners, partners, freed from bodily attach attachments,
ments, attachments, eaters into the divine
state, Cod delivers tt frem ail

human infirmities. -k '
"He also invited those who re remain
main remain oo the earth to steadily in increase
crease increase the spirituality their
own souls. : . 1 ., i '.-
''Since, on of the partners has
finished his days, tc.it tot right
that the other renounce the in

tense but fleeting Joys oi bodily
and mental affections?"
The Pope urged widow! jto eeek
an intenaive spiritual life to give
them- comfort in their m role.-
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day pass," the Pope said, "with "without
out "without giving-herself several- mo

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momeoU ia which- she ea try U
feel eloser to the Lord and to him 1
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