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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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ENtt OF' THE XINE Caboose 'of Train No. J3 ,Iifes on the right side of the derailed,
railroad track near-Mohte Llrio, about 17 .miles, out of colon just past thfe washout which, left
'a big hole about 17 fe- down. Conductor Charles T. Smith,' who ,was in the caboose at the
time of the accident early this morning was- thrown through the window and escaped
without serious injuries, but was badly cut up about the face, head and legs. He was St Strayed,
rayed, Strayed, and being kept under" observation at, Coco, Solo Hospital. t.
, i v , ,-, (Photo: Hindi Diamond) :

i XATINO A TEMPORARY 'TRACK lo replace 15(J fset of track uprooted In the accident,
about 80 crewmen worked In the .blazing siin today to complete the work which "will permit
' the tegular 7:45 p.m. run tonight from Colon. George Smith, manager, of the Railroad, as

' well as. other, top officials of

' THE ilREE.M'RECKErj CARS, boxcar (shown above), '.a passenger coach and th ea
boose will be left at the accident site until Wednesday when they will be carted away. Shortly
before rioon today a wrecking crew set the first ar to be derailed back on the track and pull pulled
ed pulled It but of the way to clear the railroad track. The engine- had been detached -from this car
'during the accident About 600 yaffls of stone will b dumped into the Hole caused by the
wariiGitt.' This flll-ln should be completed tomorrow. f v V (Photo: Hindi Diamond)

-"Jamaican Seaman
i. Dies Aboard Ship
The body of Erie Wright, 52. t

1 Jamaican seaman who died Fri-

j v day aboard the Liberian ship On On--
- On-- teur, was brought ashore yester:
' tiay when the vessel reached Eal-
)ioa.
Mr. tight was a resident of
- Kiagstoa. His body will remaia in
, the morgue here until instruction
' are received from Jamaica.
It was believed he had died of
lprt trouble.
t When the ship wis is tan Pe-
rfro, Calif., he had consulted a
tkxtor and been given several
ifrfseripUons. Since then he bad
, f been performing any duties,
j J Frxiav we- rted in!
) hit brta by a fellow crewmaa. 1

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-the Canal surveyed the Scene of
-a,

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Opposing Parties Argue With

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras. SpL
23 ( UP lr- Opposition elements i
two Honduran towns blasted each
other with gunfire today during
nation-wide balloting or a nation national
al national constituent Assembly.
Officials reports said Nationalist
Party leader Mauro Amador was
killed in Maraita. In Vado Ancho,
heavy shooting broke out and a

group of Liberal Party followers' empowered to elect a new presi presi-was
was presi-was reports to have taken verjdent if it so desire or ta order
the town. Both tovna are in I'.l rwimilar nrenrfpnLial elections.

Praisa Province.
There was no report of casual-
ties in the Vado Ancho ahootma.
The capital wa crt as Hon-
durans votad ia lhe Lrst step to

' "LeUhe people know the truth and the

the accident.
(Photo: Hindi Diamond)
ward restoring constitutional or order
der order to the country. -Constitutional
government' has "boon irterrupted
aince December YEA and the
country is bow ruled by a wo woman
man woman junta. t i ; '
The electio" fs foT 58 deputies
to the Assembly," Witch will con
vene Oct 21 to draft a new basic
charter for the country. It will he

( Early results ahowed bo trend, j and aa air force plane was sent
but Liberal Party kariera predict-lto survey the situation. ?
ted a victory. Nationalist and Na-1 The present situation stems
tional Reform movements werelfrom the inconclusive 1954 presi-
,lha otter principal party group-ideaUai electioa ia waica Uu

FANAMA, R. P., MONDAY,

Panama's Fleet
Increases By
t Million Tons
Panama's, merchant marine
fleet has Uwreased by. almost
one' million tons since last year,
according to an official report
prepared by Finance Minister
Ruben. D. Carles. -,
The report covers the period
since carles took office last Oct.
-Carles added that the Increase
was due mainly; to the approval
of a bill last year by the Na National
tional National Assembly, offering great greater
er greater facilities for the registry of
ships x. and establishing ; other
measures aimed at stimulating
shipping operations In Panama.
' The Finance Minister j said
merchant vessels now flying the
Panama flag totaled i 4,970,500'
tons as compared to last year's
figures in-Lloyd's Register which
set the Panama total at 3,992,-
529 tons. Aid
rnriM also added that the
Register for the m'onth of June
indicated thai? ships totaling
570,000 tons were being built, for
registration In Panama. u
Another Santa Cruz
Resident Violates
PurcbsD; Prlvilco?
An'o''T re;iet e-f' Santa Crui
nam'a Canal quarters i result1
of violation 'at jcommwsary pur purchase
chase purchase privileges, if has been an announced
nounced announced at Balboa lleights. A aim'
ilar'casa wa reported earlier this
months ;f( i, ... -;t
The case reported tb! week In Involved
volved Involved the adult sow of an env
ploye. He had been given permia-
sipn to resiae w quricr aii aii-ed
ed aii-ed to his father on a provisional
basis. This permission was revok revoked
ed revoked and he was required to vacate
Quarters m the canal ione as a
result of the violation, t
,,'',V',"" 'i'pts y ijl, V t' ?:i : ;"''';'ri
Th InitividuaT was using the t
dentification privilege card is
suer! to his father to make pur purchases
chases purchases in the Gamboa pommissa pommissa-ry
ry pommissa-ry for an unauthorized person, ac according
cording according to the report on the viola violation.
tion. violation. . - t
World Wide Inflation
Pressing Problem,
Ike Tells Financiers
WASHINGTON. Sent. .23 (UPW
President Eisenhower told the free
world's financial leaders today
that world-wide inflatoin is one of
their most nressins problems.
He said the fiscal experts and
their "fellow citizens" must Join
m defending the value of their cur
rencies. ,. - ' r
'"Inflation not only destroys the
Savings, pension and insurance po-
aftermath can be a be a depres
sion which saps the strength-and
vigor of government, of industry
and of people."
The president spoke before gov
ernors rt. the international panic,
the International Monetary Fund;
and th e International Finance
Corp. ,
It was his" first appearance in
busy round conferences planned
for the last day of his 3-day break
from his vacation at Newport, R.I.
He flew here aboard the presiden
tial plane Columbine III and was
to return to Newport this after
noon. ... .- '

Gunfire In Honduran Election

fngs contending for control of the
Assembly.-.
At Vado Ancho,. the Liberal
Party group was reported to have
closed all entrances to the town
alter atorming and capturing the
local army headquarters. Heavy
shooting continued, reports from
the town said, and the Liberals
took control. ; i
' The military Junta secretariat
asked Liberal Party leader. Ra Rani
ni Rani oa Villeda Morales to intervene,

country i$ safe Abraham Lincoln, ,? vi

SEPTEMBER 23, 1957
k i1 1
THE PULSE
OF PANAMA
BOOK WEEK got underway
here ithls momfnjt at a ceremo
ny presided over' by Education
Minister Victor N. Juliao.
The ceremony, held in Plaza
Bolivar, was attended by dele
gations of teachers from the ci city's
ty's city's public and, private schools,
El Panama America yester yesterday
day yesterday quoted Police Chief Boli Bolivar
var Bolivar Vallarino as saying that
some prisoners of the Carcel
Modelo have to sleep on the
floor because of the ''flourish ''flourishing
ing ''flourishing business" the jail is doing
these days. f
In a report on activities
under his command, Vallari Vallari-no
no Vallari-no suggested the building of
another-wing at the jail.
A report auoting lnforma
tlon from the Census and Stat
istical Bureau indicated that
there are 6.3 nurses for every
10,000 inhabitants throughout
the republic of Panama.
Nine minors have disappeared
from their homes flurlna; tne
nast week, one newspaper re
ported today The last threa re
ported missing just oeiore tne
weekend include: James Win
ston, II, Lldia Maria Rangel, 16,
and Juan Eligio Rodriguez,, 0
Hit By! Pickup
c A rigger employed by the Roy Royal
al Royal Netherlands Steamship Compa Company
ny Company in Cristobal was sent to Coco
Solo 1 Hospital late Friday night
sfterrbeina hit bv a US J Owned
pickup driven by an employe of
the Canal's Terminals Division,
f Rudoloh, CristT Bailey,. 48, Cos
ta Rican. was said to be suffer
ing from internal injuries.
.He was,.pushing a hand-car a a-long
long a-long Terminal Street at the time
of the accident.
- Cecil' George Lewis, 46, Jama!
can, driver of the truck, said he
did not see-Bailey because of the
darkness...
Arnold Is Acting
Governor Of CZ
:
: LC. Gov. Hugh M. Arnold is now
acting Governor of the Canal Zone
during the absence of Gov. W. E.
Potter who left Saturday on the
Panama Liner Ancon for the
States '. -,.
During Potter's absence, arnold
will also, perform ihe dutires of
president of the Panama Canal
Co., which pertain to operations
on the Isthmus. Potter will be a a-way
way a-way from the Canal Zone until
early November.
Battery Charge:
- A charge of battery pas filed In
Balboa Magistrate's Court today
against Harry Ayers Walcott, 31,
Panamanian.'
Complainant was John H.' Har
ris. : r --. i
The ease was continued for
hearing on Thursday. .
; Unseated f 5
Some weekender or Sunday Sai
lor may find himself short of
boat cushion when the next week
end comes around.
A plastic-covered cushion believ
ed designed for marmet use has
been found by Canal Zdne police
on the Gavilan fioad, in Balboa.
candidates failed ta poll a.l per
cent absolute majority. Under the
1936 constitution, a congresa was
to be called to settle the issue, but
tha Nationalist and National Re Reformists
formists Reformists did not shew up, .and
brought constitutional procedure to
aa end.- .;
- f ; r' ; :
- Acting- President Julio Loiaao
assumed full powers as chief of
state in December, 1954, but was
forced to resign Oct 21. 195&. Pow Power
er Power was turned ever to a three-man
military Junta including CoL Hec Hector
tor Hector Caraccioli, Ma j. Roberto Cal Calves
ves Calves Barnes and Gea. Roque Bodri Bodri-gues.
gues. Bodri-gues. Rodriguei was austad by the
Arm Jasi Jul.

AftertPidawh Pile Ub

v A passenger coach,

road's early, morning mixed train from Mt. JIope overturned at 5:35 a.m.
today at a washout three miles south of Monte Lirio, - 1 ?.

Several passengers and the conductor of the

jured, none seriously.
Of the 27 passengers
tal f or examination anil
Last night's heavy rains

along the bank of Gatun Lake, '-' h ,;
SJnqitieer l.i. Price said he "saw aye I low spot on the track" a few momenta be-
fore the engine hit the washout. i ;
The engine crossed over and 'stayed on the rails, but the track collapsed under
the first car. The four ream cars-overturned, but none fell over the embankment in into
to into the Jake., v
, Early this afternoon railroad officials-said the freight train No. 41 leovinglMK
Hope at 7:50 tonight has been scheduled; Also train No. 12, leaving Panama for Co
I6n tonight at 10 o'clock will run as usual. t t ,..
', Normal service will be resumed tomorrow., ,'

Replying to a question,,
"You will see tjiat tha
after' ua when you tee tha
Tha top apead limit for

tha sits of the Crackup 4s 45(m. p. hi. For passenger trains
it is$0 mp.h, ' ",' ' .,

Price saidj.that t roouV:30 ha glanced ahead jand

saw a y'ellowjspot on' the track,
ri,theft'4rarv'-was

thlng'4'f.thought of iwa to f jnd out- If anyonj wat hurt
( figured -yhen It was a washout ' ,7

, Dawn had not yet broken
' Conductor Charles T. Smith
appeared to have received 'the
most k- palnfnl Injuries of any
of those who were hart. He
was reported thrown through
the" window of the caboose.
Smith was treated tor cuts on
the face and head, and- abra abrasions
sions abrasions of tha Arms and legs. Aft After
er After receiving treatment at coco
soiOi newas aamictea ior rur-
ther observation,
Of the S2 passengers; some 35
to 40 were reportedly women
and children. The train carried
six crewwmen. :
. AU but three of the passen passen-bers
bers passen-bers were given first aid treat treatment
ment treatment and" dismissed. v
Two American Women em employes
ployes employes of the Supply Division,
Mrs. M. A. Stone and Mrs. F.
A. Salter, were both treated for
leg injuries but neither was
hospitalized.
'Mrs. Mary Pittersen. an em
ploye on the local-rate rolls nt
the Supply Division, and an ex expectant
pectant expectant mother, was admitted
to the hospital for observation.
She had no apparent injuries
other than being badly shaken
up in the wreck.
Tne wrecc was tne most seri
ous' for the Panama Railroad
since, November 1944 when two

TACCIXE FO FIGHTING COMMON COLD In Baltimore. Dr.
Winston Price, director of Division of Medical Ecology at Johns
Hopkins School of Hygiene and Public Health, holds a rack of
test tubes containing JH virus for which be Isolated and per perfected
fected perfected a vaccine. It was reported that tha vaccine baa been 8t
per cant ejleciive 1 treating cases ol iU virtu, coouaoa aold
virus

f faffa fet&

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Hospital Checfc

two boxcars and the caboose of the Panama Rail

"

and three crewmen rushed to Coco Solo Hospi

treatment, only two were

caused the. washout at a ooint where the roadbed runi

nj;ineer Price said;
Angel of Providenca lookaeT
-wreck," V
freight or rnixad train at
although It.wti stilt pretty
in"'thtifp."vTn;fi,lnit
when tha accident occurred.
trains collided at Calmito, north
of Oamboa.
Prior to that time no serious
railroad wreck had occurred in
21 years. In the Caimlto disaster
a brakeman on one train was
killed and 29 others were in injured.
jured. injured. In today's derailment, two box
cars, a passenger coach, and the
caboose were overturned. The
engine and one box-car remain,
ed 6n the track.
Doctors and nurses from Coco
Solo Hospital were rushed to the
scene of the wreck: by a special
train from Colon. '
Also aboard the special train
were officials of the Transporta
tion and Terminals Bureau and
Cristobal police. ",
Ail of the Injured were given
first aid treatment at the scene
and then taken to Coco Solo
Hospital for examination and
treatment. :
The wrecked ears are being
lifted by a wrecker and crew dls
patched from the Pacific aide
This was necessary as the entire
tram naa cleared : tne wasnout
before the four cars derailed.
It will be necessary to reran
the cars, ballast the roadbed
ana repair the trace berore
I

mm
southbound train ere W
' ,
admitted.
train service can be resumed,,
'Annarentlv tha overturned

cars were not severely damaged. ":
Probably they ean ba lifted back;

onto the track: and towed cau cautiously
tiously cautiously to Balboa for repairs. :

i After a prelimlnary'survey- at
the damage, engineer Price waa
told to brings his engine inta
Balboa to pick up tha wrecker
and return, to, Ah aceB,
,- Other echelons of tha Canal
organization stepped In to help :
in the emergency, The Ilectri- :
cal Division ran a special tele-.
phone to the scene which can- -not
be reached from any road
and is several miles from any
habitetlon.
At the point -where the wash- ;
out occurred, the railroad tracks
run along an embankment of ?
Gatun Lake with a hill en the
opposite, or east, aide of the
train, , f
All of the can toppled to the'
right but none fell over the em-
bankment.
The wrecked train left Mount
Hope at S aJn. "and the accident
occurred just 35 minutes later.
The train was placed a the r
early departure schedule last y
month when the Panama Sail-

road revised its operating sched schedules,
ules, schedules, ."' MR j
Most of the passengers 'using .
this early-morning combined -passenger
and freight train com commuters
muters commuters who work on the Pacifio ;
side.
India Portugal Tclcc
10-Year-OId Dispab
To World Tribunal J
"LISBON Sept; VUP)-A SU8
den burst of machine gun fire,
followed by a burst of hand grena grenades
des grenades and incendiary bomba against
a tiny Portuguese customs post
en the steam GOA-Indiaa frontier
last Wednesday jolted the 1 entire
Portugueae nation. v: ,
The toll., when the attackers with
drew across the Indian border af
ter a four and half iMur pitched
battle: one dead, eight wounded.
The attack, another to the long
senea of ugly hit-and-run .raw,
raised Portuguese blood at home
to the- boiling Point and drew a
sharp statement from the Portu Portuguese
guese Portuguese Foreign 'Ministry aecusing
India of condoning if not promot
ing suck incidents, ;
This is the backdrow to the lee
legalistic battle that will begin
Monday before the international
court at The Hague whea India and
Portugal take their ten-year old
dispute ever GOA to the World
Tribunal. :
Peddled PastryA
-. TV, S
Bail was revoked la Iillii
Magistrates Court today far SyU
vestre Arm do, U, a Paaaniiaa
arrested yesterday for ped.rf
pastry at Hideaway Beach aiLh-
Jt a ficenae.
Aguado't $10 b.!l wti aprliad aa
a fine wa be fai!d to aaew a
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THE MAIL BOX

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MASS CONTRABANDING

nuHmu nf tTip linemnloveri la con-

trabanding from the commissaries. And In quite a fewr instances
li fit la not the unemployed who have been apprehended, put the
employed who by virtue of their Job may buyon the Canal
V'-'2WTho who have been punished for this widespread racket
s individuals who. have been placed in the unfortunate posl posl-tittonrtot
tittonrtot posl-tittonrtot helping members of their family, outside the Zone They
. ''imi'U examples, to the unwary employe who purchases In
f abnormal quantities. But until the headquarters of the leaders
. lit in the. contraband racket are cleaned out there .will always be

-, r.M ni nthpr minora ar coaxed daily to make pur

chases for delivery to contraband headquarters. These minors
.....k... 4- .ii tnta rinrinp- the dav. and are eiven a per

centage on what they deliver to- headquarters, in many other
" II 1 1 -A iMMAHWltlll M4ITA

cases grown-ups, some anowunsiy q oujho Miiutwiuj,
mirchases during the day for the contraband head man
A few weeks ago, a girl got time off without pay because
she passed a Teenager sent by. the headman without marking
ha, commissary card. (He had none) A
! Every night till midnight the headman Is In his headquar headquarters.
ters. headquarters. From about eight o'clock till 12 o'clock, the goods are dis distributed
tributed distributed to operators who then travel into Panama to make
their sales. The operators have to pay in advance for the
goods, and everything Is taken away : every nights to leave a
clean deck for the morrow. V j, ""
Contraband" in Canal Zone liquor is also a pet divereioiv of
v v.i,.r. i fhrmiffh contacts to bars In Panama.

Tt Is done the easy way;, The liquor is poured into her bottles
and if there is any left over, the headman pours it into himself.

At any time during tne day a arm my bo uuk

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i ,iiuarter. At regular intervals the operators and -contacts will
i .".-hold spree there. ' '.; -'i''' '''.'
. v Several people have been snared into purchasing smokes
' by the cartoon, along with salad oil. tomato paste and sugar.
1 aV .n. -th- rinv thefe ia a small grocery store in the

."contraband headquarters. But better than ahy store the entire
ittoek is gone by midnight, and no credit sales. -n-
" i. T4- NnmmAn vnnnriAHam in Pn.rB.lso that the contraoana

.vi4m.n u -iIvmi thn worse for drink, both on and 'off. the

Joh. He is not enhancing the community with the "fragrance ake "a rogues1 gallery. The ar

By VICTOR RIESEL,

On the clutered leska of the

Jruninal Division of the UJ3

Dept. of Justice there seems to

be piling up evidence that Jim
mie Hoffa's mind was not as un

cluttered as he would have had

nis TV audience believe.

The word is that the Criminal

Division once more is preparing

to try to put tne elusive Team'
ster leader in prison, this tim.'

on charges of having perjured

nimseir oeiore the McCiellan

committee.

Part of the evidence that Jim-

mie Hoffa's meandering memo

ry improvea rapituy alter he

left the Senate hearing room

can be found in the AFL-CIO's

e-page inaictment or tne Team

aters Brotherhood. Thia report
reveals that weeks after Hof f a

left the Senate hot seat,, he
walked into the Ethical Practic Practices
es Practices Committee's court of inquiry
in labor's own headquarters and
talked wtlh the ease of a street street-corner
corner street-corner pitchman about the inci incidents
dents incidents hei couldn't remember
when queried by Senator John
McCiellan and senator counselor
Bob Kennedy.
Apparently Hof fa did not do
as well among his peers as he
did at his Harvard lecture or the

state dinner tendered him in the i

past by those who sought his
largesse.

The bantam with the mlckle

muscle was thus described In the
64t-page report, the AFL.CIO
chiefs wrote: .' r .'

'There was.,, evidence that

HQffa had associated with, sup
ported, sponsored or hired va
rlousi -toughs and hoodlums.
indeed, the llst t)f many of Hof

fa's proteges and friends reads

"Some People Out Here Heard You Were Staying On1

Imt ht. h.fVi of top Vii. favorite mouthwash

: Th4tmpty bottles jn th basement of the women bache bachelors
lors bachelors should be thrown out, and encouragement of Teenagers
la. mas contraband should. stop at once.
Keep Our Town Clean.

COURTESY AND EFFICIENCY

'Sir:

I have been reading your "Mail Box" column ever since my
recent arrival In -the Canal, Zone and I find nothing but gripes
and complaints about this most wonderful country., Let me
pleas for maybe the "first time" cite -an example of courtesy
and good neighbor policy which occurred to me the ether day.
My wife's mother had passed away In the United States and
although we had an ample bank accpunt In the US I would
have lost at least 23 hours sending for enough money to cover
h flight from Panama to Seattle.
I contacted the Pah American Airways Office at Panama
5and after having explained my problem I was told tomerely
l eorn to their ffice and I would be taken care of. When I ar-
lived just, a half hour later, C.E. Maher had already made re re-t
t re-t ervationi lor my wife on the 5: lb plane.
PresehUng myself at the Pan Am Of fee I received the ut utmost
most utmost of attention although rriy wife was flying first and paying
later. Jt' was really wonderful, to see such an efficient operation
fin whacjsome 6me of your readers seem tor coneider a 'baCk 'baCk-'
' 'baCk-' ward" couritry.! v A '
"l would especially like to cite two of the outstanding em em-ploys
ploys em-ploys of tha Pan-Am Office who showed me the finest cf ser service
vice service and understanding, Miss Heddy Probst and Mr. Mojiqa
Although I am a military, and will have to go home after
m tnnr f rfut.v haa ended. I know today that I shall do it

'with much regret after having received such wonderful treat
ment here in Panama. v
Helmut E. Braunstelner.

iC3t records of these people cov

er everything from highway

roDDery to murder."
Not since the first dues stamp
was slued to a union book has an

official labor group spoken this

sirongiy oi am au-powenui ia
bpr chief. After listening care

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if.lsRnY-Go-Roa::)

y 9WW riAISON

Consular Service
By BOB RUARK

Everybody's been talking a-

bout wasting money, and buy-

the incidents he couldn t fjcol- down here, and cheese-par-
itL S1?lt8enat wltnes8,lng there until I am sick of he
stand, they wrote: lltle 8tuW and wlsh to prdpose
v. I,-"" vlcf-president Hoffa'a ralM for a few pe0ple. These
!'J!?TOa,nM;- the people of 'the. united

ZZJXZZUZ it rZL. i":i6tates Consult service

tary principles of trade union
morality."
Their words were etched in

acid because, their resentment

If anybody's dumb enough to

want to be an ambassador., and
pay for the privilege, that is
fine. Because the ambassadorial
, A. .1 M un,.

!,. uiji..'aww cu ior mud uub uviuy,

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MARGARITA SWIMMING POOL
'Sir:
' Nice going, Paclflo-slde Teenagers. It is good to see ycur
-needs are to be recognized in a club. Now how about a swim swimming
ming swimming pool for All-agers m Margarita? When?
Interested

EXPRESSIONS OF PRIDE
Sir:
If Proud Parent of Two Children (Mall Box,' Sept 17) is so
gosh-darn proud of her children (not Teenagers) why doesn't
he sign her proud name to her letter? Since she baa two chil children
dren children of which she Is so proud, why doesn't she worry about
them and not' about other parents and about Teenagers, who
are not children.
It must take a lot of pride to label as "dogs" the Teenagers
of parents who have raised them all their life, and worked and
sweated to support them.
Tour Levis DolL

money on ther social demands Ofimit for somebody else to. drive
their of flee and who are sad-your car. ; v .&r..-y.'-

died with more miserable detailf What makes the job especially

than the world has the rignt 10 neroic is tnax tney get ,, an tne
expect of arty One person; And screwballs, the; lost, the lame,
for less dough than a New York the drunk, the dead,? the reople
taxi driver will average. ? tin trouble with local law, .tne

And on this they pay full tax

es, even -when ; jiving 7 aoroaa,

whereas a movie star or an oil

missed-plane-connection : people

an tne incompetents who.

wnen tney, tumwe into trouWe,-

4.

1 U r

plain and fancy

Earriatf tm match every
avnonality, U pleaM
. .every taU and
. badge.

A. 3

a ri l

THD

DUtv

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CTOu M6I CENTRAL AVENUI PANAtti
1 .. 1

, 1 1

as nothing moer. than a charita

ble endeavor for the workers of
Jim Hoffa's world. Thev were

appalled, though .they had' be before
fore before them Dave Heck's record;

ai least BecK had tried to cover

up. He was crude, but he tried
after he learned that the Treas Treasury
ury Treasury agents were noklne Into his

ronsa-iiKe pocKets.

That was some time in 1954.

Beck's union books disclosed

that somebody had borrowed
$7,422.89. Beck, having almost
forty times that amount, simply

naa nis nanayman write the
figures 25 in front of the other
figure which brought the

loans receivable on the union

books up to $257,422.89. He tried.
Hoffa didn't, though it may
well be shown thai he did use a
couple of hundred thousand dol dollars
lars dollars worth of union dues for his
own Indulgences in our laissez laissez-faire
faire laissez-faire jittering world of profits
about which he screamed so
much when negotiating with
the other "class."
'Hoffa had as much confidence
as he had other men's cash. Aft After
er After all, he had defeated many
other probes. As early as 1946,
Hoffa had laughed at a one-man
Grand Jury probe of his activ activities
ities activities in Detroit. He sneered at

the Kefauver Committee which

had a good look at him years
later. He Just waved awav some
tough charges hurled at him by
the Wlnt Smith-Clare Hoffman
Congressional probe in 1953. And
when the McCiellan Committee
moved into the high wind,- he

told the boys around him:
"Don't worry, we can handle
this one. Didn't we get all the
others called off?"
All this time Hoffa continued
heavily In business. One-venture
particularly nettled those who
wrote the 64-page report. Youll

soon bear more about it the
great sun Valley land scheme in
Florida.
Nothing was more disdainful disdainful-ly
ly disdainful-ly swashbuckling. First Hoffa
borrowed $25,000 from a real es estate
tate estate promoter. Then he went to
a bank and guaranteed, throurh
his power as a Teamster lead leader,
er, leader, a note of 175.000 for the pro promoter.
moter. promoter. This man then gave Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa an option to share In the
profits of the Florida Sun Valley 1
subdivision.
Then Hoffa and his union
pushed the sale of lots to Team-1
iters. This promotion included
the dispatching of a three-man!
Teamster business agents com committee
mittee committee to Florida so they could

return and talk like old-fash-:
ioned sunshine boys. But the
fact that they were really pitch, i
lng for one of Hoffa's projects!
was a secret.
AH this Hoffa recalled and
tried to explain away to. the
AFL-CIO committee. But the
Justice Dept soon wiH ask how
come Hoffa could remember so
much he said he had f rgotten. 1

tail parties.

- They have to be able to afford
it, because the salaries they
draw wouldn't cover, the. ca canapes.'
napes.' canapes.' And if they can afford to

live upi to it, they p&a aiso. aiso.-ford
ford aiso.-ford to buy.lt. i .

There are some rare occasions
when a 'really exceptionally: am ambassador
bassador ambassador can do us a power of

good. I cite you Jen cairery.

when in Egypt; and jimmy

Dunn, when In Italy and Spain,
and I should imagine that Jock

Whitney will be no liability in

London, p, 1 ;

John Lodge Is regarded as

simpatico in Spain, ana 1 i al

ways kind of liked the way Dave
Bruce ran things in his terrain.

But basically, I dont think an

ambassador is terribly -important
except as window-trim-

is going to tell him what to do

ana he's got enough aides a-

round to bird-dog the cover and
prop him tip at parties.

My ooys are tne consular serv

ice lads, 100 per cent career
men, who work up through a

rigid
who

worker can-go but of the coun- head for that old Eagle insignia
try for 1ft months and be forgiyt on a dead run. Or stagger.v ; -en
the first $20,000. V k I J will invite no enmities by
- v s names, but I have dealt with

Thn limitation of the unltedi the consular service from one

States abroad is not in the end of this shrinking globe to

handaof the embassy not me ocner,;'ana from Khartouin
with the majority of the people, to Cadk. Arusha to Australia.
I mean." and I have never met but one
It is in the hands of the con- that I considered a foul ball.

sulat; employes, who peal-daily The .rest were- jledlcated meni

with Tiwe, ioix on areary- aesmj
such as visas, quotas, complaints.

tragedies, accidents, jost pogs
and cats up trees. ',

WASHINGTON- While-'' clean

ing out Senate Leader Lyndon

Johnson's desk the other day, han

dymen discovered 10 s typewritten

rules for ''getting people to like

you." ;:'i,-','':i,,'li.:'' ; 'Afr

Those who know likable Lyndon

believe the list may be the secret
of his political charm. The 10 rules

seem to be tailored to fit his per

sonality (or vice versa). t

Mo more ingratiating politician

has ever stalked the Capitol cor
ridors than the lean Texan. He is
not the hackslappmg, but more
the back-hugging type.

He is often seen id a two-man

huddle, his huge arm wrapped 'a 'a-round
round 'a-round a colleaeue'i shoulder. hi&

lips close to a colleague's ear.
That persuasive arguments are
whispered therein ts evident from
Lyndon's remarkable sumps b

Senate leader.; Few have ODerat-

J A.L -

eu- uie cumoersomB; sienatn ma.

chineryt with such slight grinding

ui.uunutai KCB1S.
The rules found in .Tnhnsnn'.

desk are typed in the Jumbo print
he uses for easy reading on paper

""una signs ui mum linger lingering.
ing. lingering. Key words are underlined,

Mowij- as iouows:

"GETTING PEOPLt Tft riirs

"1. Learn to nmmhr ...

Inefficiency at f hie nnnt m i-'

utvaie man your lntrst it not

auiucieniiy outgolnc.

2. (Be a eamfortahlA

uicrc a no strain m being .with

you. Be an old-ihw. old-hat kind

of Individual.

"3. Acquire the quality of relax relax-nl
nl relax-nl yfl,n8 o that things do.

" Auiiiij you,
m?.h.JF he 0tisti"l- Guard
know It i imPreM,on thl Vw
inl!.taj?te the (u,lty 6f
ing InUr.rting so people wiU get
something of value from their as association
sociation association with you. 1
i.'Lii.t.udy t0get the 'MMtehy
ltmnts out of vnnp t.iu'

. j

be

even those of whfch you may

w..u.wu0a .
"7. Sin0rAl i.

an honest Christian 'basis every

t-.. vrain. en your 'gricv

vyj"cllmJMn 'tPle untU

o St genuinely.
' 9. Never m .n -i...

to v .." '-"""""y

nnnn 7. -""On

vnyvue s acnievertenf, or x
po7ntmInTP',hy ln Wrr0W 0r-disaP'

-iu. uive moirifiial .t-.-iv. .,

people, and they wiU give nuk
affection to you." n"f
hUn '"l? David Gins-

A2i.V f .-lue counsel of the
-Control Agency fj.

smvy irain In turn riir

fhe German property case but de
nied that his Connection with Gins
burgh had anything to do with his
transfer to London last month.
Ginsburg's registration as a for foreign
eign foreign agent, it should' be added,
carefully stipulates that Harriet -Margohes
did research work "for
the Government of Israel only."
Note: The Ginsburg firm col
lects $25,000 a year from the Ger Germans,
mans, Germans, $10,000 from lsrsel. li the '.
Germans are successful in recov recovering
ering recovering their confiscated holdings,
the' firm stands to make over $14,
000,000.. ', s.,
, STRANGE OFFSR
A New York businessman's of

fer to -arrange to send four Con

gressmen on an all-expense tour
of dictator Truiiilo's tinv Carib

bean country has been mvtrinn.

lw. n.itkJMi..M. .....

The strange offer was made by
Lee Miller, owner of a Fifth Ave
nue firm called Fashion Accesso Accessories.
ries. Accessories. He promised. free trips to
Congressmen Abraham; Jtfulter D-
N.Y.), Frank Thompson (D-N.J.).
Dean Tavlor(R.N.Y )f ind WU WU-liam
liam WU-liam Widnall (R-N.J.V- --
The four were offered a week
in the Dominican Republic, all ex
penses paid. But Miller wouldn't
say who was backing the junket.
After this column started check check-Ing,
Ing, check-Ing, Miller announced the deal was
Off. He explained that the ?angel"
who was supposed lo pay for the
trips had hicked out.
. french Warning'
French Premier Bourges Manou
ry has warned the American Em
bassy he will have no choice but
to partition-revott-torjr Algeria un un-less
less un-less he gets Americas suppoht.
Such a partition, he predicted,
will result in at least hlf n Aio

ria falling into Commnnisr

He said it was imperative for the
United States to side with Franco
in the United Nations debate on

'And for the American abroad,

the consul, or the vice-consul,

or even the consul-general, works, these days, I would say that a
harder than a clerk on such! raise of double the salary and

things as general advice, sicx-iwipie tne exDrrs would be but

ness, death lost passports, low uiua recompense,
iimhrella.. fiffhts nrith the locals. I

rfnmimnntji nf nverv sort anrt anvl Maybe If we Cilt the handouts

crisea that afflict the trayeler.'to Lower siobbovia and pay our

. in a oort like Barcelona, tne own ioik a iiuie more, tne econ

regular visits of the sixth Fleet
fall Into consular jurisdiction. -'
The heroic lob thev do it be

yond belief unless you ve travel traveled
ed traveled a lot One consul saved my
life by enlisting the aid of the
embassy, the Air Force. and a

Naval, task, force to find a rare

remeay ior a rare tropical.

a

ease. No job Is too big or too Ht-

caste-and -salary system, tie, even u it s a simple out nec nec-spend.
spend. nec-spend. their own,- paltry 'essary document, such as a por

tions at th

iiiu .rest, wore neaicatea K. men -' vu u.n V
inteTetd lri-.oMmnlaiisl-.t "the chief Johbv-

llii Amei aeekinlto KS,

I.!. 'is v ivo country. Yet
his firm; also represents the israe israe-Ji
Ji israe-Ji Government, whose people suf-

t worsi atrocities.
Until recently, Ginsburg had
special-pipeline into the State De De-partment
partment De-partment On his payroll was Har Harriet
riet Harriet MargoUes, whose.., hushind,
Daniel Frank .Margoliesy; worked
in the Office of German Affairs'.
A State Department spokesman
admitted Margolles was close to

iney woric ior cooue waees

for the job they do, and with
Americans stridinp the world

omy might be able to weather

tne diow.

Meanwhile. Foreign Minister P1-

neau during his Washington visit :
complained to Secretary -Of Stato
Dulles that the' United States if
acting far too timidly in the Mid Middle
dle Middle Eaet. Present American poli policies,
cies, policies, he sahi, are transparent bluffs
and are doing nothing to stop Soviet-
penetration, m:
Pineau got this criticism off hit
chest during a private conference
with Dulles at his home, T
French statesman wound up by
saying there would .be no crisis
in the ; Mideist today If France.
Britain, and Israel had been al allowed"
lowed" allowed" to take care of Egypt last
fall. .'. ..... ,,.

NEEDS AtJTd-SUGeESTlON

Wrs, Willie Jean Irvin.'..2fl-waii

not surprised when she received

three tickets following her first
attempt at driving a car. But'
she was ticketed after a 10-

minute drive in which she neg negotiated
otiated negotiated a U-turn In a neighbor'!
newly-seeded lawn,' t Jumped a

curb and rolled along a side

walk until she cracked a con

crete fence and ploughed Into a
two-story V house, ? knocking : it

from its foundation, s.

DISMAL STAJtT

CHEYENNE. Wyo. fXn
The Wyoming Eagle and State
Tribune adopted a new slogan
for Cheyenne today, Cheyenne
The Sunshine Capital" The
sun didn't shine all day

STERLING for the
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SPRING' BRIDE

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Collection

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Hawaiian Honeymoon

Answer to Previous Puzxl

. ACKOSS
1 One of the
Hawaiian
Wind
0 Mauna -it
Hawaii's -faifhmt
volcano .-
1 Honolulu Is
: on the island
of

U Scottish

alder trees

13 Bitter vetch .
14 Mythical king

of Britain

IS Western state
It Tear
17 Exudk

II Ptn point

II Blackbird

10 Fourth

Arabian e

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17 Anatomical

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officer '

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41 Divests
43 Soak flax ''

44 East (Frj
45 Columa
47 Mimics
4t Hawaiian food
MWaikiki

Beach la

31 Peniaa fairy
53 Before -S3
Handle -;

94 Sea eagles
SS Masculine
nickname
(6 Plant part -,
DOWJf
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world's largest
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t Sketcber -.
tlntepable

; 4Riht of exit
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8 Ejyptian -.
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Ireland
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Subdivision
of a phyla '.
Ofclao'
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35 Exigent

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to Drive off,
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30 Cloth measure 42 Invisible

31 Near

34 Retainer
IS Hospital :.
resident
' phykiciaa

vapor
43 Painful '.
43 Sibling pit
bud

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her new home . it's sterling in her favorite
partem by RIXD ft BARTON! Whether V 4
place settinf or a full service for twelve, shefj
' adotyo eternally for your tlhtfuliiair v ;

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" PRESENTING MEDALS to six 20th mxantry, men, Col. Robert 1 Garrett,, tor right, com com-'
' com-' manding officer of the 20th infantry at Fort Kobbe, pins an "expert Infantry badge on Sgt.
Donald L. Parker of, G Company, as Capt. Robert W. Street, S-2 of the 20th Infantry, as assists.
sists. assists. Other men awarded medals aire, Irom-left, 1st Lt. Robert E. Downen, of the JWTC,
who received commendation ribbon for ''Operation Darlen," and 2nd Lt. Frederic p. Simon,:
, r Company;, Sgt, Charles C. Perry, Headquarters Company;, Sgt. Joseph P. Navarra, E Com Company;
pany; Company; and Sgt. Robert E. Ladnen, G Company, who were awarded the Expert Infantry Med-"
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CZ Court Supports Panama Court's Findings
Against i Paint Company In Overtime Case
'"'T In & labor-claim', suit, wherg.th facts were in doubt Is to whether the eight
'plaintiffs had been hired in Panama or the Canal Zone by a Panama contractor,
judgs Cuthris F. Crowe has ruled in support of earlier findings by the First Labor
Court fif Panama. : f
4Hf 'judgment was rendered MM,. S. District CourtAncph, last week against the
TropicaK Paint Company. A total of $4,313.57 ws-awarded to eight employes who sued
; for vacation pay, severance pay,, and oyertim pay for work ion Panamanian holidays.

' The' Panama Court had ren
: 4lered a Judgment earlier In fa

; vor of the eight on the basis of

, thew havine been hired in Pan

. ama, though they were working
on the Zone.','. ;...,v;
. Attorney David A, Leon, .who
- represented the men, said It had
; nat been possibje to collect in
the Republic from the Tropical
! Paint Company, which now has

Its office in the : canal ; zone.

rHenre hp. filed' cult n- thf Zone

:i In Jud)?erCrwt't .Xindinr,
. remarked -.,r.-vv- The tor

..volrement Jta the as f Pan-f J

, amantans only, ana our de de-J:
J: de-J: sire to preserve International
. comity and the need for re-
speet bewteen the two coun
iit tries of the decrees of the
,J courts of each country Under,
our respective treaties. i... :".

. The plaintiffs .charged that

.wnen .tney made claims on tne
Tropical Paint Company for va vacation
cation vacation pay and holiday overtime
. they... were, summarily dismissed

ana given no severance pay,

sucn as Panama law proviaes.

V -The jdefendant t company, a
: Panama corporation, which was

represented oy ; Attorney wooa-

row de Castro, claimed the men

were- hired Iii the canal Zone,

Judge Crowe 'said that testW

mony presented, left the facts In
doubt. ,.';. a v V '- -.-v- v ;
The eight-plaintiffs who "were

awaraed the Judgment are Emi
lie r H e s t o A c h ills. Ma

tie Palacio. Samuel Bachelor,

Floreacio .Arosemena R., Fitz.

Percival Galloway, Marcos
Blackmail', Alexander Lambert

ana corneiio -innon
It ;' "was 'not known today
whether the paint company wlil
appeal the decision, :. ; j--t v
The text of Judge Crowe's rul ruling
ing ruling follows : v -.
-, ''These cases Involve the i con construction
struction construction -of sections 1941; 1942
and 1943 of Title 4, of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone Code, and deal with
the effect of Judgment ren rendered
dered rendered in these eases in the First
Court of Labor, First Session,
Panama, City Republic of Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, on January 20, 1958.' -l
i- fH After heariD? proof In the
case lt Is my opinion, that no
coluuslon andi no "fraud1 were
proven. . r.: .
T The only1 question' there therefore,
fore, therefore, that has .been raised Is
concerning the Jurisdiction of
the Court of -Panama' and the
facts that have been adduced bv
the defendant relative to that!
Jurisdiction tend only to show,
that the court made an erro erroneous
neous erroneous finding of fact In that the
contracts of hire were entered

into in Panama rather than In
the Canal Zone
"a. There ne attempt on
the part of the' defendant te
shew that the First Court f
Panama has Be jurisdiction te
try aerations of. wares ef the
type herein when they deal
with cases properly arising la

b. There is ne attempt te 1
show that the parties were j
not properly before court.
-c. The parties deaK with i
are aU Panamanians, as the j
corporation defendant is a
Panama corporation and the

plaintiffs are Panamanian ci ci-Urens.
Urens. ci-Urens.
"3. Aftr hearlnr the evidence,
!t is my opinion that the ques question
tion question of where the contract of
employment took place is In
3oubt The parties plaintiff were
recruited. In Panama, and ac ac-:ordin(?
:ordin(? ac-:ordin(? to 'their testimony thev
ere entplnyed at the Good
s'e'.ehhor Ear or in the r L's L's-ps
ps L's-ps Fark srea by verbal arree arree-rtfnt
rtfnt arree-rtfnt with defendant's seent.
"he Cr.'cr.iar.t dtr.;?s the em-

ployment but admits the re

trultment and admits to certain

actions incident to conducting

ans office and employment of
personnel In Panama during the
period In question. -. .,
. '.The canal zone regulations

require' that the Central Labor

Office must pass upon tne quai

locations of laborers before .they
are oermltted to work for ton-

tractors to the Canal Zoiie2 butj
it seems that the teralations

laretjiiot always"BtsW(ftly bbservM

ana- attttimee tne 'laborers do
work" 4n the- Canal Zone for ex extensive
tensive extensive periods before being so
approved. The approval of;, the
Central Labor Office,! while nec necessary
essary necessary to workine "in the XJanal

Zone, therefore, does not appear
from the proof to be a condition

precedent to employment 1 but

only a condition that must te

fulfilled in order to actually work

in, tne; zone.- n

- "4. In the event that .; this

court were to review the find

ings of the Court of Panama or

to look Into the Question of .'u

rlsdiction under ; evidence such
as produced here, the only thing
that could be said- is-that the
Court of Panama was In error, if

such was phe opinion of this
court-on a Question of fact in

determining the actual sites of

tne. act or employment, -:
"If It was blatantly .clear that
aU of the facts of emDlovment

had occurred In the Canal Zone
and the Panama Court had ar arbitrarily
bitrarily arbitrarily assumed Jurisdiction
over the case, it might be said
that this court could refuse to
recoenize such an assumrrtion of

Jurisdiction and refuse to per permit
mit permit a -Judgment under the cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances to be effective In the
Canal zonei However, where the
facts are In doubt and the tes testimony
timony testimony is such that the Court or

Panama in passing upon

mined that it did have Jurisdic Jurisdiction,
tion, Jurisdiction, it would appear to me that
this court would act Improperly
to decide that the Cburt of Pan Panama
ama Panama hnd arrived at an improper
conclusion In deciding from dis dis-Duted
Duted dis-Duted facts that it had Jurisdic

tion and thus hold It Judgment

to be ineffective. ana inoperative
in the Canal Zone.

."5. In reiterating for emphasis

it appears to me that the Court

of .Panama acted; l completely

wtthiA;,lMh scope of-authority iJn

deciding the question of fact and
that although this court, under
the decisions cited, would have
the power to permit such as assumption'
sumption' assumption' of Jurisdiction to be

directly or collaterally attackedJ

from the -nroof adduced herein

and the circumstances attend

ant.- including the involvement

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ternatfonal m-ternatfonal comity and the need
for respect between the two
countries of the decrees of the

courts of each country under our
respective treaties, it is my opin opinion
ion opinion that the Judgments herein

are effective and tnat the plain

tiffs are entitled to Judgments

in this court lor tne amounts

claimed In their, petitions."

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BADfiE 1st l,t Robert Han" (left! receives parachutist badge I

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irom uoi. KODert w. uarret ingiu', cummaiiuniK wirer ui

the 20th Infantry, for completion of the jungle survival course

iriven lu duoih. tub course ui jiian utnun, kivcii iicm munAin

Air Force Base, prepares the pilot for emergency survival In l

the jungle. : Army rnoio;

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Filmed in Its entirety In Monaco, playground of princes
and playboys, gorgeous girls,' gamblers and- Just plain tour tourists.
ists. tourists. One of the most fascinating countries in the world,
Monaco's total area is eight square miles-or somewhat less
than thatof New York's Central Park. A romantic comedy
dealing with the amiable foibles at the high-living Inter International
national International set of the Riviera. "THE MONTE CARLO STORY"
was filmed In Technirama and Technicolor, starring Mar Mar-lene
lene Mar-lene Dietrich and Vittorio De Sica, OPENS ON WEDNES WEDNESDAY
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Hypnotic Hibernation Starts

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PROTECTANTS PR6TECTED
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terior Minister Jose Maria Villa-

real today ordered a halt to all
local interference in the assembly
and worship of Protestant sects.

He ordered state governors to fa

cilitate the functioning of about SO
Protestant churches which had be become
come become inactive or were hindered by

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Villareal's action followed U. S.

Ambassador. John Moors Cabot's

call on Foreign Minister Carlos

Sanz de Santamaria to request that

the Protestant sects be permitted to

question of Jurisdiction deter- function without hindrance.

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CHICAGO, Sept. 13 (UP) A

housewife, who Will, be peaced m

hypnotic trance, tor live aays,

said today she "wasn't nervous

about tne experimem dih nvyvu

to catch up on "some mucn mucn-needed
needed mucn-needed rest." ;

Mrs. Fred Dust.t 38, East cm-

cagOf in., will ne piacea m

"hypnotic hibernation" today
at the Hypnosis Institute of Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, by Edwin L. Baron.
She will be awakened, but still

held in a trance, only to take

meals, said Baron, who is director

of the institute.. ;

Mrs. Dust, a widowed motner

of two children and a student of
hypnosis at the' Institute decided
to spend her regularly-scheduled
vacation In trance i it, ."catch

up 1 on ; my slefep 4land store up

"I'm not nervous at 11,' she

said. "It's very hard to make

people believe hypnosis uf not

tricky."

"You couia no anytning you

want, go anywhere you 'want,
under hypnosis," she said.

"I have a feeung that my
experience eventually could lead
o a new wav of taking a vaca

tion," Mrs. Dust said. "Peoplel

are dying of heart ailments, and
complete rest, (under; hypnosis)
mielit aid them considerably."

Two d o e t o r s interested In
hypnosis will be in a 1 1 e n d d-ance
ance d-ance of Mrs. Dust while she
sleeps, administering electrocar electrocar-dogriams,
dogriams, electrocar-dogriams, blood tests and other
ance on Mrs. Dust while she
diogratns, blood tests and other j
clinical tests to gsin some pos

sible clues to the effects of "hypH

none 'mDernauon.''

Mrs. Dust.- a former switch

board operator, hopes to become

a hat designer c and milliner after

she is awakened Sept. 28. As a

former millinery student. Mrs.

Dust said she believed I hypnosis

"will be valuable" in the hat

busness.t

"I'm much more creative under
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Beside rest. Mrs. Dust hoDes to

lose about 10 pounds of weight
during the marathon trance. She
felt hypnosis "may provide a suc-

cessiui met" tor persons with

overweight problems.

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NO PARKING FOR POSSUMS PatVolman Julian Lovelace is ready to write out a
ticket for this possum at a municipal parking lot in downtown Danville, Va. He's
telling the "motorist" to move on. (Wonder what ordinance this,comes under?)

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chnws lovelv Valerie Adams just how he wants her to

pose for him. While he was demonstrating, a New

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AT CpN JAWCMBERSHi Women' Club Membership. te
SSSt-Wto her iwwWtrto AiMrtoiM Foster, Mrs. da, la QuatdU,
S Joto go AmSS 'ote inter Amlrtcan women'. Club and Mrs. JuUa Emlllana

COLON INTER-AMEWCAN WOMAN'S CLUB
FETES FIRST LADY OF: PANAMA AT TEA
The annual Membership Tea of the Urert
Women's Club Colon Unit, held In honor ofthe rtotUtis
of the Republic of Panama, Mrs, Mercedes B. de la Guar Guar-Sia.
Sia. Guar-Sia. "aa Celebrated at the Club building on Sept. 17,
The reception committee was formed by Mrs. John T.
Gorta? President of the Colon Unit; Mrs. Dora Bennett andt
. MrsWva.F

liant and j,ya, x.
' Mrs. Edith Eans -and- Mr s.
Louisa Ventura, vice presidents,
pinned beautiful corsages on Mrs.
de la Guardia, honored guests and
' new members. The First Lady al alio
io alio received a large orchid cor cor-age.
age. cor-age. Arrangements of baby or-
i chids were presented to Mrs. Fran Fran-cisca
cisca Fran-cisca Juliao and Mrs. Elsa Lopez,
wives of cabinet ministers, and
to Mrs. Elva Gonzalez and Mrs.
Attne Raquei Vlves, wives of "t h e
Governor of the Province and .Pi .Pi-trict
trict .Pi-trict Mayor, respectively.
ServLn at theJ tea table were
Mrs. Julia EmilianlMrs. Elena
LtmJ. Miss. Thelma Godwin, Mrs.'

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Mrsi ivy we preparea me love
ly Centerpiece; for the tea table.
The deliehtful "confections served
were Prepared by Mrs. J e a n n e
Mevohas. who also presented Mrs,
de la Guardia with a lovely cake.
which had as its' main decoration
the. map of Panama Tiny flags of
Panama made from icing, were
placed around the cake.
Mrs. Gorin welcomed the Visi
tors and members, and introduced
the following new members. es
dames Peter Farmer,. Anne C
Rnhertson Lotf Miller. Ruth E
Broadbent Nancy ; H. Banks,, Mary
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Ann Clark, J. F. Pennington, Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Taylor Jones Violet Scarz
Russell, Marie McEJroy, Luanne
S. Taylor, Nellie E. Smith, Mar Margarita
garita Margarita M. Crawley, Owen Sharp,
Robert L. Koenig, James E. Whit Whit-ener,
ener, Whit-ener, Geraldine Raigoza, R. W.
Owen, Betty Crichfleld, Elizabeth
Dougherty, Margaret Gately, Jane
Shields, and Misses Andrea Row Row-eU,
eU, Row-eU, Carmen Luz Benvenuto and
Vera Bomford.

The urogram consisted of Pro.
feasor Carlos Grant on the violin.
Jose Antonio Garcia, vocalist, and
a recitation by Carmen Elena
Rea.
The committee in charge of ar
raneements was formed by Mrs.
Melva Fernandei ana Mrs. xoian xoian-da
da xoian-da Hirschfed, They were support,
ed bv the following members:
mesdames .Raquei Castillo, Jeanne
Movohas. Ivonne Lemm. Ivy Lee,
Amelia Arosemena.' Ida Aroseme-
na, Alba de Mouynes, Louta vigu,
marjone rosier,, jjon jwerr.
na Saenz.- Edith Evans. Louwa
Ventura, Dora : Hanson, Lorraine
Rios, laria Caneiopuloi, KayChl-
cnesier, reneiope xtusoamos, Ani Anita
ta Anita McClelland, Lydia Forest, E1-
sa ae Aoate,- uenuaa nenjamm,
Lia Hull. Anita Nef, Luis a Zere
ga, Helen Gump, Adela Meana
and CeciU: SalazartASi
Mrs. Mercedes Maurer won the
door prize which was a camera
donated by Kodak, 1;
Ambassador ef, Brazil
Confers Honor
O Deautv Basaan
The Ambassador of Brazil in
Panama and Mrs. Aguiaaldo Bou-
iitreau Jtxagoso ouereo a cnam
panada at the Embassy residence
on Friday in honor of Deputy Jo
se iJominaaor jsassan upon wnom
the Ambassador conferred, in the
name 01 ma governmenu tne wa
tional Order ot the "Cruzeiro do
SuL" Deputy Bassan is president
of the Commission of Dmlomacv
of the National Assembly and was
an assistant ot Mate ceremony
and Protocol to the President of
Brazil during the meeting of the
residents in .Panama last year.
Lt. Joiner Mad
Honorary Pilot
Of Colombian Air Force
The Ambassador of Colombia hi
Panama Dr, Haul H. Barrios and
Mrs. Barrios offered a champa-
naaa on f riaay at the Embassy
residence which Lt. Jack Join
er was preseoiea wiu UO lnsig-
ma malting nun an honorary m
lot in the Colombian Air Force.
Attending were members of the
Diplomatic Corps and government
ana military .oiiiciaia or Manama
and the Canal Zona.
Mr. And Mrs. Gibtm
Announce Birth
Tf Daughter
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robert
Gibson of Cocoli announced the
birth of their second daughter Pol Polly
ly Polly Colleen Maria on Sept. 20 at
Gorgas Hospital.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Noel Gibson of Marga
rita. v
Maternal grandparents are TMr.
and Mrs. John Wright of Florida
and Balboa.
Ceckteil Party
At British Embassy
Pettpene4 Until Oct. II
The cocktail party which the
British Ambassador and Mrs. Ian
L. Henderson were to have given
at the British Embassy on Sept
25 has had to he postponed until
Thursday, Oct. 10 en account of

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ANNIVERSARY COMMITTEE hown above are members of
the committee in charge of the 80th anniversary celebration
of the Cristobal Woman's Club, to be held Friday evening,
Sept. 27. at the Hotel Washington '(standing) ; left to right:
Mrs. R W. Rubelll, Mrs. A. J. McLean, Mrs. O." J. Roth, (seat (seated)
ed) (seated) Mrs. W F. Grady, Mrs., P. W. Duncan, and" Mrs. W. L.
Brooks, Club president. Other members of the committee are
Mrs. J. M. "Purvis, and Mrs. E. F, McClelland. : r ;

Concert To Begin
At 8:15 Tonight
At Balboa J WB
French violinist Colette Frantz,
J XTil.. Aofrlnirll. nianist and
composer, will include Chopin,
Bruch, Gersnwin, Bloclj and some
of Astrinidis own compositions at
tonight's concert at the Balboa
USO-JWB.
The concert wm negin at b.io.
Admission is $1, servicemen free.
British Court mourning due to the
death of King HaaKon vii-ot .Nor .Norway.
way. .Norway.
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At Bella Vista
Miss Lina Guevara will be guest
of honor at a birthday party giv giv-en
en giv-en at her home in Bella Vista to
night.
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Gomulka Praises
Resulfs Of Visit
lo Yugoslavia
WARSAW, Sept. 23 (UP) Pol Polish
ish Polish Communist party leader Wla Wla-dyslaw
dyslaw Wla-dyslaw Golulka said ; yesterday
Poland's recent high-powered del delegation
egation delegation to Yugoslavia "achieved
all goals."
Gomulka spoke of the Yugoslav
visit to a meeting of auto work workers
ers workers at Zeran, near here. The mis mission
sion mission which included Gomulka and
Polish Premier Joseph Chrankie Chrankie-wrcz,
wrcz, Chrankie-wrcz, recently returned from (Bel-
frade after talks Yugoslav
resident Tito.
"The Yugoslavs made us a spon spontaneous
taneous spontaneous welcome which testified
that Yugoslavia supports a policy
of cooperation and friendship with
Poland," Gomulka said. j
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Even though the ringing xt
the telephone 1 an Interruption
to your work, don't let your

voice sound annoyed or brusque
when you answer It.
After all, the person calling
has no way of knowing that be
has picked an Inconvenient time
to talk to you.
Ich notice for inclusion in this
column should be submitted m
typs-writton form and msilod o
the bos number listed daily In 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise,'' or delivered
ev bsnd to the 'of flee. Notices ef
meetings cannot be accepted ey
.telephone. v
Newcomers' Club
Will Hold Elections
The Newcomers' Club will meet
at the home of Mrs. Jay Rus Russell,
sell, Russell, Quarters llB, Ft. Davis on
Thursday) at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Roy
Barber will be assisting hostess.
There will be an election of of officers
ficers officers and a program speaker.
Natural History
Society Will Hear
Talk On Dyak Tribes v
The 26th meeting of the Natur Natural
al Natural History Society wilt be held at
8:00 p.m. Wednesday at the Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Institute, Panama City.
Speaker for this meeting will be
Mr. W. Donald Thomas, a new
member ol society. Mr. Thomas
will speak on the subject "Life A
mong the Dyak Tribes in S a r a-
wak. Last year Mr. Thomas vis
ited the Dyaks in their longhouses
oeep in tne interior of Borneo
Tne lecture will he illustrated
with slides.
As a Merchant Marine officer,
or as navigator 'on trans ocean
charter .planes, Mr. Thomas has
sepnt most oJ his life traveling to
all parts of the world. For the
past few years he has been in the
U.S. 'Government service. With his
family he spent two years in
Spain, two in Indonesia, and now
is located here for a couple years.
B.W.C. Card Group
Meets At Amador
Officers' Club
The Card Group of' the Balboa
Woman's Club .will hold their bi bimonthly
monthly bimonthly meeting at 12:30 p.m. on
Thursday ar the Ft. Amador Offi Officers'
cers' Officers' Open Mess. .y,
asked to call One of the hostesses
asked to cal. one of the hostesses
before Wednesday. Hostesses are
Mrs. Abl Williams Panama 3-7168
and Mrs. Betty Skelton Panama
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AFL-CIO LISTS WORTH
WASHINGTON (UP) The
AFL-CIO reported today that as
of last June 30 its net worth was
$6,330,613. The labor organisa organisation's
tion's organisation's biggest asset' was its ul-tra-doren
Washington head headquarters
quarters headquarters building valued at close
to five million dollars. President
George Meany and Secretary Secretary-Treasurer
Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer William F. Schnitzler
together receive a total of $88,-
000 in salaries, the financial
statement said.
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Mr. Charles A. Mc Glade. Miss Williams is; the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Williams of Balboa.

nryt tim I decide to have
group of women visit, I think I'll
have two parties on two different
days: One for tne aieiers ana one
for the nondieters.
When vou mix them up, nobo
dy enjoys the food you have gone
to a lot of trouble to prepare.
The dieter either turns up her
nose at it and says with obvious
pride in her self restraint, "No,
thank vou: iust black coffee for
me." Or she succumbs to tempta
tion with the unhappy remark,
"I can't resist but this means
am going to have to skip dinner
National Airlines
Grounds Planes
As Walkout Grows
MIAMISept. 23 (UP) Nation National
al National Airlines suspended all opera operations
tions operations early today, as results of a
spreading walkout by union opera operations
tions operations workers.
The shutdown, third in t h e
airline's 23-year history, idled
some 3,500 workers throughout Na
tional s system whicn serves jb ci
ties, mostly on the Eastern Sea
board.
Hydrochloric Acid
Goads Husband
Into Steady Work
TAIPEI Formosa, Sept. 23
(UP) Police said today a
year-old Chinese housewife has
been arrested for allegedly forc
ing her jobless husband to drink
diluted hydrochloric acd.
The woman, Lin Yu-chu, ex explained
plained explained that the acd solution
would rid her husband of laziness.
"He worked steadily for months
after I made him drink some of
the stuff last year," she told
police.
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Fwo Parties Needed To Keep
Dieters And Eaters Apart x

Meanwhile the women who
aren't quite so figure conscious
and could really enjoy a bit of
a food binge are too self-conscious
to enjoy what they eat.
The dieters look at them with
the superior air of a sober person
watching a drunk. They may not
say anything out loud, but the
cool, disdainful look says plenty.
NO FUN FOR ANYBODY
So nobody has fuir. The only
answer I can see is to ask when
I issue an invitation "Are you di dieting?"
eting?" dieting?" If I get a 'yes" answer
I can say "I am having my di dieting
eting dieting friends on Tuesday for a
low-calorie luncheon."
If the answer is "no" I'll say
"Can you come for lunch on
Wednesday? I promise you there
won't be a dieter in the crowd.
And you won't hear th.e world 'ca 'calorie
lorie 'calorie mentioned."
This trying to' mix the dieters
and the food lovers at lev? same
party makes no one happy, least
of all the hostess. if
We already hav stag parties
and strictly feminine get-togethers.
So why not go one step further
and have separate parties for
those who love to eat and thost
who are on the calorie wagon?;
Dorese Waites
Dancers Perform
On CFN Television
Students from the Dorese
Waites School of Dancing will
entertain with a variety dance
program on Panorama over CFN
Television tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.
Those appearing in the snow
are Beverly Bowman in a "Ma
zurka"; Doris Stringer In "Jaza
Moderne"; Lynn .Raymond til
an "Oriental cymbal Dance;
Barbara Ahr in a toe dancs
Danse des Mlrlitons" from the
Nutcracker Suite; and Sue Ma Ma-ble
ble Ma-ble and Janet Triba In "Tappla
in Rhythm,

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Gets U nderway at R P Gym Tonight

By HERBERT MOISE

- A much-talked about four-

team International basketball
series will begin tonight as teams

riepreseneing tne uanai z,one,

Colombia and Panama square

off In the National Gymnasium

-Each team can boast of a good

toster and should present some
exciting basketball for the large
Jcrowd that is expected to attend
"this series.
"-Twice-DostDoned. the series

will feature some well-known
international players. The Co Colombian
lombian Colombian aggregation will sport
three players, who represented
- Colombia in the South and
Central American Olympics, one
naturalized player who repre represented
sented represented them in the same set of
games and one Argentine who
represented his homeland in the
world Olympics. Also on the Co Colombian
lombian Colombian team is a Cplon-born
youngster.
The visitors are bringing Fran

cisco (Pancho) Nemeth, a vet veteran
eran veteran who is twice naturalized.
Ever since he has been in Co Colombia,
lombia, Colombia, Nemeth' has done plenty
to raise the standard of play in
that country. He will be center
of the visitors play and should
prove to be an exciting man to
watch in this series. The Olym Olympian
pian Olympian with Colombia is Francisco

Rocheaux. He was one of Argen

attention that his services were
requested for all teams in the
Panama Provincial League, in
the AFB League, Emmet set sev several
eral several scoring records and be because
cause because of this will be watched
closely in the upcoming series.
The other ton teams to com

pete in this series are the well
known ex-champs of Cerveza

Balboa and the newly-crowned

Sixth Annual

Marlin

Scheduled To Be

tina's top and key players. The, kings from Colon, the Marlboro

other components are an co-ioutni. juocai ians win once a a-lombian
lombian a-lombian stars, selectees from gain see the likes of Fernando

the top players in their parti

cular leagues.
The other team to debut in
Panama, will be the Canal zone
representatives Irom Albrook
Field. This hard-playing club,
finished second in the recently-1

concluded Armed Forces league.
They will bring a well-reinforc

ed club into the series.
Emmet Bryant, is the

player on the Fliers' team.

ant's feats on the Canal zone seats 75

floors have attracted' so muchi seats $1.

Tom. Rotrelio Aikman. Jose Noel,

Tito Ardines, Edgardo "Pereza"

White, Luis Rombo Perez, Dario

DeLeon, Ernesto Tayior ana ju
ly Andrade.

The first doubleheader will

feature Marlboro against Al

brook and Cerveza Balboa a-

erainst the Colombian all-stars.

key prices for the games are: gener-

Bry-ial admission 50 cents; reserved

cents ana preierrea

Major League Pennant Races
4

Could Be Closed Out Tonighf

Editor: CONRAOO SARGEANT

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Teams
Milwauket
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Pittsburgh
Chicago

W
91
86
82
77
74
69
60
58

Pet.

.615
.581
.547
.520
.493
.457
.397
.392

' AMERICAN LEAGUE
GB Ttams W L Pet. GB
New York 95 54 .638
5 Chicago 88 59 .599 6
10 Boston 78 70 .527 16V4
14 Detroit 75 73 .507 19Vi
18 Baltimore 72 75 .490 22
23'4 Cleveland 72 76 .483 23
32Vi Kansas City 56 90 .384 37V4
33 Washington 55 93 .372 39

Today' Game
St. Louis at Milwaukee (N
Only game scheduled

Yesterday' Result
Milwaukee 000 402 001 29 16 2

Chicago 400 030 000 07 10 0

I.Trowbridge, Phillips, Pizarro,
Johnson, McMahon (1-3) Jay and
Crandall.
Drott, IBrosnan, Lown (5-7), El El-tton,
tton, El-tton, Littlefield and Fanning.

000 001 6007 10
013 000 0105 7

8fi Louis
Cincinnati

!; L. McDaniel, Barnes,

13-1) and Landnth.
Lawrence (16-13), F r e e m a n,
ennedy and Bailev.

Muffett

New York 000 001 0001
Pittsburgh 300 000 llx 5
Monznt (3-2), Constable,
om and Thomas. Katt.

) Friend (13-18) and Peterson.

9 2
9 0
Gris-

Philadelphia 020 000 0013
Brooklyn 011 ISO 20x 7
' Roberts (10-22), Cardwell
Lonaett.

. Drysdale (17-9) and Campa'nella.

8 2
9 1
and

' NO MORE RENDEZVOUS
; KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP)
-Civil Defense Director Mack
Blackburn closed a Ground Ob Observer
server Observer Corps post atop a bank
puildln? because love s trot

ting in the way of national de defense.
fense. defense. "Some members took their
girl f r 1 e nds up there and
mooched with them instead of
watching for enemy planes,"
Blackburn said today.

Today's Game
Chicago at Kansas City (N)
Boston at Washington (N)
Detroit at Cleveland (N)
Only games Scheduled

Yesterday' Result
Boston 000 lQ0 OOff 1
New York 000 014 OOx 5

Sisler (7-7), Susce,. Bauman and
White.

Sturdivant
and Berra.
Chicago
Cleveland

(15-6), Grim, Maglie

200 004 1209 14
030 001 1005 10

Pierce (20-11),
tey, Lollar.

Staley and Bat-

Garcia, Alexander (0-1),
rre, Valentinetti and Brown,

Agui-

First Gam)
Detroit 001 100 1003 6 2

Kansas City 001 000 0214 8 0

Foytack, Sleater, Byrd (4-2) and
Wilson.
7Terry, Trucks (9-6) and Smith.

(focond Game)
Detroit 001 000 0001
Kansas City 001 000 lOx 2

Maas (10-14), Presko and House.
'Garver 6-13) --J ""'hompson.

Washington
Baltimore

003 oOO 0025 11
200 020 20x- 0

Pascual (8-16), Stobbs, Hyde,
Kemmerer and Berberel.
Houtteman, Ferrarese 1 1),
Loes and Ginsberg, Triandos.

Showing At Your Servce Center Theatres Tonight

BALBOA 6:15 -Air-Conditioned

8:20

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MiMtrMum

Toes. -Port Afrique"

DIABLO HT8. 7:00
"GAUCHO SERENADE" and
"GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY"
Tues. "Deep In My Heart"
MARGARITA 6:15 7:40
Mark Dana
"THE PHARAOH'S CURSE"
Tues. "Captain Ltghtfoot"
CRISTOBAL 7:00
Alr-Conditioned
Ray Milland
Debra Paget 1
"THE RIVER'S EDGE"
Tuesday "The Secret of
Treasure Mountain"

PARAISO :15 8:00
Tony Curtis
-THE PURPLE MASK-

SANTA CRUZ 6:15 7
"HIGH TERRACE" tt
"PARIS PLAYBOYS"

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CAMP BIERD
0:15 t:05

Clark Gable Eleanor Parker
THE KING AND FOUR QUEENS"

By CONNIE RYAN
NEW YORK. Sept. 23 (UP)

This may be the last day of the

1957 major league pennant races

if Milwaukee and Kansas City
win tonight, the final six days are

simply for the formal records.
Tne New York Yankees, Chica Chicago
go Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Braves
and St. Louis Cardiuals all won
single games Sunday., so the Yanks
clinched at least a tie for the A-

mericau League pennant, while
the Braves held a five-game lead

over the Cards with six games to
go and the Cards run into the
Braves in a decisive three-game
series starting tonight.
The Yankees, who are idle the
next two days, need win only
one game or the Whiin Sox ned
lose only one to settle the All
flag. The Chisox play at Kansas
City tonight and the Athletics,
who strongly resent being called
the Yankoa "farm club," can
win it for the Yanks by downing
th Chicagoans.
Manager Fred Hutchinson nam named
ed named lefty Wilmer Vinegar Bend Mi Mi-zell,
zell, Mi-zell, who has won eight and lost
10 as the Cardinal starter in this
"must-win" series irom the Card
point of view. The Braves, with a

six-game winning streak and con confident
fident confident they will win their' first flag
since coming t the midwest from
Boston, named Lew Burdetta (16-

a as ineir starter.
In yesterday's games, the Yanks
beat Boston 5-1, when Red Sox
pitchers walked four runs home in

tne sixui inning; the White Sox

stayed "alive" by taking Cleve Cleveland,
land, Cleveland, 9-5; Baltimore defeated
Washington, 6-5; and Kansas City
ran its winning streak to four
straight by beating Detroit twice
A 9 A 1 rt 4

MilWauktl) WnS 10 inniiui

beat th pesky Chicago Cubs,
7; the tenacious Cards came from
behind to trip the Cincinnati
Reds, 7-5; Brooklyn beat the
Phillwg, 7-3; and Pittsburgh hap.
pily accepted four unearned rims
to defeat th New York Giants,

Jjave Msier, who never before
had lost to the Yankees, was lock-

in a it ouei with Tom Sturdiv Sturdivant
ant Sturdivant entering the-Yankee sixth. Two

ana wur straight walks
with two out snapped Sisler's role
as Yankee-tamer, and r e 1 i e f r

v.wKc ousce wanted another run
home. The Boston, run had come
on Ted Williams' homer -his
IflSk"" feturnin to action
after being out with an infection infection-and
and infection-and he later added a single and
two walks. In 11 times at bat since
coming back he has had four horn
ers, one single and six walks, and
his average now is .383, is Mint,
better than Mickey Mantle', .365
Mick went 0-for-3 yesterday.

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Ray RoblnfMQ, v
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Carmen, Basill
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Basilio 3-2 Favorite

To Defeat Ray Tonight

NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP)

World welterweight champion

Carmen Basilio is a 3-to-2 fa

vorite today in his bid to wrest

the middleweight crown away
from Sugar Ray Robinson.

The weather bureau said tne
weather will be "fresh and
clear" following early rain,
which may fall In the New
York region.
General enthusiasm over the

Leagu

tVlajor

Leaders

LEADING BATTERS
(Based o n375 official at bats)

NATIONAL. LCAUUB

r ana i

Musial, St. L.

Mays. N.Y

Robinson, Cin.
Aaron, Mil.
Groat. Pitt.

Schoendienst M 145 629
Furillo, Bkn. 118 390
Hodges, Bkn. 146 566
Moon, St. L. 136 502
Ashburn, Phi. 152 608

G AB R H Pet

131 495 80 171 .345
149 574 112 192 .334
144 5S9 95 193 .328
145 594 115 191 .322
122 492 5? 156 .317

90 196 .312
61 120 .308
92 170 .300
85 150 .299
91 181 .298

AMERICAN LEAGUE'
Williams, Bos. 126 407 91 156

Mantle, N.Y,

Woodling, Cle.
Fox, Chi.
Boyd, Balti.
Sievers, Wash.
Minoso, Chi.
Skowron, N.Y.
Kaline, Det.

,383

144 474 121 173 .365

130 419 73 135 .322
148 591 108 87 .35
38 474 70 149 ,314
146 551 57 169 .307
146 544 94 167 .307
122 457 55 139 .304
143 5 48 82 161 .294

match seems to have fallen off

and the International Boxing
Club now expects a crowd of
only 35,000 and a gate of about

jeuu.uoo at Yankee Stadium to tonight.
night. tonight. The eross receints for the

fight, including- admission pric prices
es prices for 123 theaters in which the

bout will be televised, are ex
pected to reach $1,800,000. Rob

inson Is guaranteed $255,000
from radio and television rights
plus 49.per cent' of-" the gate.'
Basilio. gets $110,000 plus 15 per

The battle of champions be

tween slender; debonair Robin

son. 37. and rawboned. fist-scar

red Basilio, SOyear-old ruler of

the welterweight division, will
not be televised to homes. But it
will be sent to homes by radio
(NBC) In the United States,
Canada, Hawaii and some Lat Latin
in Latin American countries.
Regardless of the finances
Involved, the fight shapes up
as the most attractive match
possible amon? current leath-er-tossersr
The two princi principals
pals principals are the most resoected
fighting men in all eight di divisions
visions divisions of the sport.
Moreover-, the bout pits Sugar
Ray, a polished boxer-punchpr4
against carmen, a determinedly
aggressive slugger-puncher. It
pairs Robinson, a good big "old

man.'" against Basilio, a good

smaller bup younger man

By LESLII

- The Panama Marlin Club's sixth
annual tournaments it scheduled
for Nov. 2 to 10 inclusive. All sports

fishermen in Panama and the Can Canal
al Canal Zone are eligible to participate.

The tournament, will provide an
opportunity for owners of small

boats, to go on an extended trip,
since, there will be larger boats
nearby should an emergency, arise.
Fuel, ice, and : other assistance

also will be available.

' This year, the main rendezvous

area for the entire tournament

will be located at Cocos Point an

chorage' (St. Elmo Bay). Owners
of the larger, self-sustaining fish-
ing boats may, at their own discre

tion, use tne alternate anchorage
at Pinas Bay. However, there will
be no provisions made for refuel refueling
ing refueling in Pinas as has been in past
tournaments. There will be ap approximately
proximately approximately 25 boats making the
trip; to Cocos and i Pinas Bay a

reas ? xor the tournament. 1 Cocos
Point, located approximately ; 70
miles from Balboa, is considered
oneof- the most beautiful island

ancnorages in Jf anama Bay. Pi-

?o located, approximately
130 miles from (Balboa, is one of

me mosi Deautuui spots of all the
Panama pnisHina V

The fishing areiTwill Include
the whole elf Panama Bay and
50 miles south e af line Ifrom
Pliias to Cape Mala.
Entrance fee will bit $15 for
all participants and must be paid
no later than Oct. 30, These fees
will be used entirely for trophies,
Prims and tournament expenses.
The contest will start at 6 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 2 and end at 5 p.m.
Sunday, Nov, 10. Fishing hours are

from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Any

Club l ouroei;

Held mm 2-W

fish hooked before 8 p.m. will be
eligible for competition regardless
of time landed. No fishlhooked be before
fore before or after these hour, will be
eligible for competitionr'e x c e p t

nsn cangnt xn tne rendezvous an
chorage. .:v-'-:pJ-.v.' His:

All frsh eligible for cbmoetltion

must be caught on rod and reel

auo, must cornorm to Hit A, and
Panama Marlin Club rules. Air fish
other than marlin must be caught
on. 80-pound test line or below.
Catches entered must he weigh weighed
ed weighed on government tested, beam
scales provided by the tournament
committee and will be judged as

wwgnea. in au ties, the prizes will

uo umuea equauy among the win
ners i ,

f:Jk Panama Marlin Club tourna-

ment entry blank must be com

pleted for each Catch Centered.
Each entry blank must be signed
by -the angler, making the catch
and one Panama Marlin C 1 u b

member or the official welffhm

ier witnessing tne weighu Other
required signatures on the: blank

are .tor ,! witnessing of the catch.
Each -completed entry blank must
be turned in to the tournament

committee" no later- than S .m

on the day following the catch

anouia circumstances arise to
make this imDracticahla. annrnvai

w waive wis nue ana make other
arrangements must be nhtninH

from the tournament committee. ''

ranama manin club members,
most complete the regular Pana Panama
ma Panama Marlin Club entry blank and
data sheet in lieu of the tourna tourna-ment
ment tourna-ment entry blank when, enter
ins a fish In both the tourna.
ment end the- annual compttitioa
among club members,'
No released fish will be con

sidered for a prize. Special blanks
will he provided for a daily rec record
ord record of raised, released and boated-marlin
and lailfisb. v
Boat skippers and crews will be
required to observe the xustoma
ry etiquette of seamanship in dis disposing
posing disposing of refuse and fish at sea
and not in the rendezvous anchor
age.-i'' ,Vi v'.iv, -'--.i-,-'
Skippers,' familiar or unfamiliar
with the Pinas Bay area, will be
reminded i of the ocean current
that will carry boats generally to toward
ward toward Garachine' A Point and will
be urged to check their position
often and; to compensate for the
drift induced by the current,
Fish i to ; be weighed i Pifiat
Bay may be weighed on any government-tested
beam scales and

witnessed : by Panama Warhn
Club- member,
1 The board of Judges of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Marlin; Club will render all
decisions in regard, t catches and
prizes and any conclusions reach reached
ed reached by them will be final, f ; "ftsS
- Questions pertaining to4he tourn
ament may be addressed to any

of the tournament committee

members; whose names home and
office phone numbers are listed in
that order:
Harry. Wilder, chairman Kobbt

5142, Amador 6221.

Theodore Schmidt 2-3019. .

Lewis Schmidt, 2-3703, 2-1433.

H. P, Burchett. : ;
Lena Burchett 25-2469.
Milton Wright 2-2428.

Chubby Wright 2-2428, 2-25. .V
TT! at. L.. a. M WM. X

John McConafby, 2-3010, 2-1618.
David Bishop, 2-1387, 2-1277.
Bill Adams, 2-1214, 2-3735.
Maj. Wm. Voortmeyer for In

ter Service Boats). Clayton 5143.

Clayton 6,277. u

Gonetino Stores PosfrtoRosi

$1000

Upset Win In

The Stud Buena Fe's good sprint

er Gonetino yesterday showed a

sudden return to his best form af

ter trailing in his most recent

starts and raced to a one length
post-to-post victory ia the featured

$1,000 sprint for first and second
series imported" throughbreds at

the President Remon racetrack.
Off fast, Gonetino voutsprinted
Double Four, Bacancito and Gavi-

lan in the run downT the ijback- nPwpirwnnn TAKE.

stretch then staved offe;per8is-XhlJ ,iou., vhere Ray' Robinson

Sprint

BILL ROEDER 13

tent challenges of both Double Four
and Gavilan in the homestretch to
hit -the- finish line a -fu'l length in
front of ; Gavilan. wh,:e mutuels

favorite Double Four wound up an
other length further back, i f

Melendez was a poor fourth and
Bacancito, which weakened, badly

alter an initial sprinting' effort
was last in the five-nors. field.

Vireilio Castillo, now ridine hke

in the days when he was one of

the best out the defunct Juan
Franco track;1 gave Gonetino "a
splendid ride. However; it was lit little
tle little Heliodoro Gustmes : that took

saaqie nonors with four 'Victories.
Gonetino's $12.40 was the. day's
best straight odds.
The dividends: v
FIRST RACE j
1 SocprritO; $11.40, 14.80. -'
2 Cervecero $3J0.

SECOND RACE
1 Empire Cross $ll.So, $4.40,'
2 Cartillero $2,607 '
First Double: $73

THIRD RACE

The' betting, in which Basilio i"ancho V 2 8. $2.20,

HOME
NATIONAL
Banks, Cubs
Aaron, Braves
Snider, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
Mathews, Braves

RUNS
LEAGUE

Today Encanto .35, 20
Double In Cinemascope I
Dorothy Dandrtdge
Harry Belafonte in
. "ISLAND IN THE SUN"
Scott Brady in
THE STORM RIDER"

Today -.IDEAL .25 .15
May Wynn In
"WHITE SQUAW
Edmond O'Brien In
"CHINA ADVENTURE"

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Zernial, Athletics
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Aaron, Braves
Ennis, Cards
Musial, Cards
Banks, Cubs
Mays, Giants

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Sievers, Senators
Werti, Indians
Jensen, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
Malzone, Red Sox

42
42
40
35

32

41

37

34

26

'25

126
104
301
- 99

112
100
99
99
95

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with Burt Lancaster

VICTORIA
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has been favored ever since "the
match was signed on June 28,
apparently was more affected by
Carmen's seven-year edge in
youth than by Robinson's weight

advantage, wfitcn had been ex

pedted to approximate eight

pounas,
Along The Fairways
PWGA NEWS

Marge Sewell Wins Tournament

ihe PWGA tournament on Sat

urday at Amador was a huge sue

cess with 45 women playing. The
low gross score was turned m by

jwarge seweu, wno made 10 pars
to card a thrilling 78. This fine
score also placed her first low net
with 65.
Other top low net scorers
were:
Eve Wright, 70; Pearl Trim, 71;
Nellie Smith, 71; Ruth Lincoln, 72 72-Ethel
Ethel 72-Ethel Perantie, 72; Beverly Dilfer,
73; Edith Mathieson,- 74; Connie
Bishop, 75; -Irene Robinson, 75;
Helen Owens, 75;" Zel Batchelor,
75; Jo Alexander, 75.
Prize donations made bv Bob
Lombroia, Jack -Schor, National

distillers and Pan American Air-

wavs were accepted with thanks.
The meeting after the tourna tournament
ment tournament was conducted by Vice-Pres-
,wn.BoDbi'Huh's. Bw cting
PWGA president. President Katie
Call left the Isthmus Thursday
Sept 19, for Washington, D.C. and
Ister Argentina.
As a farewell to Katie the Tues-

2 Camargo $2.60.

One-Two:

$7.80

FOURTH RACE
1 Yoyita $5, $2.60.
2 Olimpico $5j
' Quiniela: $14.40
. FIFTH RACE
1 Janina $2.20, 12.20.
2 Tully Bar $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1Contralor $7.60, $3.80.
3 Narcotico $2.80.
' . SEVENTH RACE
1 Maria Stuardo $6, $4
2 Lanero $7.80.
Second Double: $28
. EIGHTH RACE
1 Portal 15.40. 15 n

2 Jipi Japa $2.80.

Quiniela: $6.40
NINTH RACE
1 Opulento 111 fm t

Embassy $4.8o!

Onu-Tan-

1 Gonetino $12 40
2 GavUan $5. '

$53.
$5.40.

live when he's training is called

Cabin in the Skv. He was silting

in. the Jiving room,., talking lev in into
to into a telephone, while he- waitJ for
a shipment of newspapermen, who

were, due td crop in ior an jnter jnter-view.
view. jnter-view. Two women, were Sitting on

a couch, Three or four .men came

in, members of Robinson's troupe,
one (carrying a pail with some
perch that he had caught. He went
through an open doorway1 to the
kitchen where a chef was busy in
the complete; white outfit, includ including
ing including the high round hat. ;
- The newspapermen arrived and
Robinson hung up the phone -and
rose to greet them. He knew them
all. Some he addressed by then then-first
first then-first names, the others he mister mistered,:
ed,: mistered,: and he kept it on that basis
throughout the Interview "i giving
the impression,, whether he meant
to Or notB that he had a special
respect to the ones he was mis"ter mis"ter-ng
ng mis"ter-ng 'How's- my favorite writer,"
he said as he shook hands swith
one of the misters.
At one end of the room there was
a large round table. Robinson had

the newspapermen sit around it

so that they formed a horseshoe

facing him. He turned his own

chair sideways so he could stretch

nis legs instead of cramming them

under the table. He wanted to rest

ms legs after his roadwork. he

said, and he was asked who had

run with him that morning.

Nobody," he paid. "I ran by

cuupie 01 oeers. mey couldn't
keep up."
He had on a navy blue beret, a
red-trimmed white shirt that might
have been made tit ihantnno

l and light gray slacks. He smiled a

101 ana ne onen stroked .his face
as he talked. His physical strength
was being discussed and he was

minimizing it.. ; -.t v- ;
E lemur of Surprise
"My success basal been -my
strength." he said. 'Tin not full

of muscles or anything like that
My wit to outthink the other man,
that's beet my success."

u that case, bow did he ac

count for his knockout puaeb?

- iminruiiy, 1 don't think I'm a
hitter," he said. "I count on the

Weight

ne Problem

TODAY
Last Day!

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u,-hii-. 'i-'n. m a a o r

luauued on Thursday

toutiM.: nch en-

alreadv T.C" ? our.ament ,Dd

to oualffi JJ u one day left
K'Z' Payers have en en-Sred
Sred en-Sred ?ni!Lent have

- hi wlu De at
i Gam boa oa Oct IX

element of surprise, that I can
deliver a blow when it's least ex

pected. 1 have speed of hand,
which lfverr imrxirtant. A hiMor

is a type of fighter who hits you
one blow and bang, the-fight is
over. Well, very few of my fights

iiarc enaeo mat way. Joe. Louis
and I, we generally heat a fellow
up so bad be can't fo on." -t
sJ?' J?wsP,Perme began- citing

iu wmca itooinson Had,. as
a matter of fact, put his man away
with one punch. They brought up
his fight with Rocky Graziano. Had
Robinson ever thrown a harder

puncn uat toe one that knocked
out Graziano?
- "My last figbt with Fu timer."
he said. "I hit him a right hand
under the heart hist before I knock knocked
ed knocked him out. It didnt end the tight
bet that one helped him get the
message. I tnl ever remember
landing a bander punch than that1
Mar be Tve thrown some harder
ones that didpt land, but as far
as a punch that landed, that was
the hardest" , j
- :-- ;,Vlte Flflw
What wu ha best fight? "My

Robinson said he expects t
weigh between 159 and 160. Mak
rog weight won't be a problem, he
said, but While he was on the i in

ject the talk got around to tricks
for getting -weight down at the lait
minute. Somebody- had heard of
fighters who literaDy spat out ex- -cess
ounces. , .?
"Sure, that's been done,' Kob Kob-inson
inson Kob-inson said. "You take a big wad of
gum, say a couple of hours before
the weigh-in, then you take that
gum and chew and spit for a cou
of hours. You can spit off a pound..
Then again, yOU can take regular
talcum powder and rub a pound
off you." . ,-
"That's ricrht hot ni.i

talcum powder," said one of Rob. Rob.-inson's
inson's Rob.-inson's men They had been siN"
ting there the whole time, the men
and the two women, saying hard hardly
ly hardly anything but listening interest interestedly.
edly. interestedly. ...

5fB

By BEANS REAR DON l.
Written fer NEA Service r

QUESTION: Too tee'' catchers
Step, war to the rivM Uff

the case may be. when the batter
IS DeinaT DurDoselv walVxl

there a rule against this? Wayne

Answer! Whea th Lh 1.

inej siven aa intentienel base o
balls, the catcher mtm-A m

both feet within Hie catcher's keg
entil the baN Wares the itrha'.

heed. .The penaltv W m uin.

thit is e walk. -
Q. Where did fUM v. ?

old Brooklyn outfielder and man. I

arer 01 tne nitiess wonder Chicage
White Sox. acouh-a the nirkaim.t

Johnny Martin. J.

A. Jones' reel name was Fielder 1
Allison Jones.

Q. What is them In mtrm ... :

ter from being eVUberatelv hit be- r

pitched ball? Floyd Stark.
If the bell is in the strike i

nen it touches the batter.

it thaR be called a strike, whether
or net the batter tries te avoid
being hit.

favorite fight?" he said,' finger fingering
ing fingering his chi WelLthe second one
with Turpnv bringingi the' cham
pionsbip back to America, -1 h a t
stood out with one, and the last
one (.fought with LaNfotta. ,Tbi
fellow :ana Imd ha4 beut six,:
meetingg and I'd never ,been able
to knock him out, ana I think that
kind of boosted my ego a bit."
He's going to outweigh Carmen. ;
Basilio by eight or nine pounds,
but he contended that the import important
ant important things in a fight are the Speed
and timing of the punches and the
ability to handle an opponent's
style'.: , ...'-f? .''.'''
"Strength and weight play a part
but I don't think either of them,
will be a determining factor," he
said. '"After all, it's not a wrest-'
ling match.' He pronounced either
the fancy way, eye-ther, and it it-surprised
surprised it-surprised us to hear a fighter sat
it that way.



MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,-1957

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAItT NEWSPAPERS

PAGit'SEVEN

Dodgers

Could Have tsec Scime Of Jackie

RdbmsonsUrtie

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By HARRY GRAYSON
new' YORK fNEA) The Na

tional League pennant the Dodg

ers' lost wauss iniu a cnmu w
fice each morning and goes' abou.

the job of seeing that mere re

enough countermen around to
keep customers at Chock; Full 0

Nuts served. '

That would be Jackie KoDinson,

of course, and when the Dodgers
passed out of the championship
picture' everybody talked of where
they j are going from here. Be Because
cause Because of Robinson, the feeling is
they are going to have, a lot Oi
work' ahead ot them because they

just -have demonstrated that he

LARGEST 'MARLIN-Mrs fecSSS? Wjft

.-.". v akn wednesaay mgni i -:ri, vu,

SSST vlli Pri wbOt Kenneth Middieton,

Club lOQKS On, Binmug.

tournament chairman, of tne

Fitz Brings Back Bold Ruler,

$100000 Woodward Stakes

T A

ly JIMMY BRESLIN

NEW v YORK 'The through through-bred
bred through-bred racing capital of thation is
not at Calumet Farm and its soft,
Sloping acres that catch the eye.
No? if it at historic Churchill
i Downs, which catches your throat,

Buffalo Cops
It; Playoffs;

Meets! Denver

MIAMI, IHa.; Sept. 23 (OT)

The Buff aw Bisons
to Denver and the Little World
Series today as the International
.League's new, champions.
' The' Bisons won the Gover Governor's
nor's Governor's Cup playoffs, defeating
Miami In the best-of-seven se series
ries series four games to one. The
clincher came Sunday when
Glenn Cox held Nthe Marlins to
eight hits as Buffalo won,, 7-1.
The Bisons had previously, de defeated
feated defeated Richmond, four games to
two, In theeml-finals. : :
) Denver, repWsenti n y the
' American Association, earned
it. K.,.tvriiw whinnins Mlrineap-

; oils In four straight games and
St Paul in six. Both the Bears
"and Bisons' finished in second
place )n their respective leantes.
ro-r in winnine his third

t,oiffht niavoff same and sec

nH .ffainst Miami, was touched

only for a fourth-lnnine: homer
off the bat of Bob Mlcelotta.
By this time, Buffala already
had scored four times and had

the game. well in nana
Vfoifnn Mike Baxes at

Sullivan shared offensive hon hon-.
. hon-. ors Jtor the Bisona, each driving
In two runs. Old Satchel Paige
suffered the loss on what he
says was his 49th birthday. ; -'
This will be Buffalo's first
Little World Series appearance
since 1938, when the herd was
beaten by Milwaukee. Denver,
Just recently made a Triple A
franchise, will be making its first
Junior series appearance.

, BALBOA MEN'S
SUMMER LEAGUE

Teams
Albrook Jlyers
Rodman Rollers
Clayton Carbines.
Ancon- Anchors ; j
Los Rios Rivers
riininrtn Cnmets

was the reason! they were the Na-i niahln Devils

tibnal League counterparts oi the Amador Sailors

xansees jor iu yeaas.. r

This year the excuses were .that

Duke; Snider quit being a big ball ball-player.
player. ball-player. That Junior. Gilliam failed
togei on base enough;' that Yogi
Berra knocked Dous, Newcombe's

effectiveness, out into Bedford Ave

nue in .the World eris last fall;
thafethere are too .many old guys

and Clem Labine vas- worn out.

The real reason; the records

force you to say, i that they

missed Robinson s dasn.- At 38,

Robinson jmay have been old and

snot wis season, ii was more man

sudden pique that prompted

V

him to quit after being' sold to

the Giants last spring. He was
convinced he was through. v

But nobody could possibly be

convinced that a" Robinson, in
say, only 70 games this year
wouldn't have clranged the Dodg

ers..

Even when sick and hurt, Rob

inson had to be called on in the

stretch drive last fall. He once

played after a burning -night of

fever. Had he been around this

season you can bet that no one

would be talking of finishing third

while there was t the remotest

chance of doing better.

How good was Robinson? Well,
the Dodgers won with him at first.

second and third base and in left

field. Six pennants in 10 years. On
ly Joe DiMaggio and Phil Rrzzu

to of the material-rich Yankees

tonoea mat.

' His hitting and fielding you could
take for granted. It was the intan intangiblesgetting
giblesgetting intangiblesgetting on base in a
clutch, worrying the pitcher as a
matchless baserunner, stealing a
key tase and doing all these
things when they counted most
that made him so valuable.

WITH EVEN THE ROBINSON

Cocoli Palmar

Farian rans
Corozal Chiefs
Balboa Boas

W L
69 15
, 60 24
56 28
. 47 37
" 40 Oil
' 39 45
38. 46
37 47
37 47
- 29 55
' 27 57
19 65

Coffee

Five leadin avcraees

196, alcer 182, ToUnd 180, Aime-

da.180, Soyster 17

sion Martv Martello massacred

tho nint tn the tune of 465

In the handicap category, all the
girlr and boys with one exception
wont over the five hundred mark.

Bruce Hassler fell short by hit hit-tine
tine hit-tine 496. but he was working for

the- match o three 14 games, dui iggf; jenn 20. Appalachian i

Football Scores

.''' SOUTH
Texas 26, Georgia 7.
Rice 20, Louisiana State 14.
Missouri 7. Vanderbilt 7.
Duke 26, South Carolina 14.
Florida State 27, Furnum 7.
vmt 1 Tamna 0.

Richmond 40, Randolph Mason 0

Wofford 13, Lenoir Knyne o.

The Citadel 0, Newberry 0

, SunnyJbn ritzsimmoni and Bold

or palatiai HoUywood Park, which a shak?, soundly whiPP14 n1mf1

tthot vnnr hankroll

It is, these days, at No. 49 Chicoti
Court, which -is a six-room house
in Ozone Park; Long Island- The
house has a cement backyard the
size of a beer coaster and the
driveway defies you to fit a car

navtthrough it. without scraping -the

irlkV Raxes and Russ' house next door. In the ;.tront,
Mike saxes anu inf, arasi. hardlv

big enough for. a grasshopper to

graze on, qoruer a oncn stoop. -.
But it is here that Sunny Jim
Fitzsimmons sits each ; night and
watches Lawrence Welk or a good,
solid cowboy picture. Perhaps
while a- commercial is o. he'll

smile a little when he -thinks of
how Bold Ruler has., come hack
to what many feel is the kind of
form he always threatened fo

show, but never really did. t
i For at 83. Mr. Fitz has just'giv.

en. a little. example of why he ii
about the finest hand, around -a

horse that, can De louna..

Bold Ruler, the dark, bay three-

yearl(LMf. Fits trains has come
off a long layoff to win two races
in championship style and- now is
being pointed for the $100,000 Wood
ward Memorial at Belmont Park,

Sent. 28. J

This is a mile and a quarter race

and the field is expected to in

elude Gallant Man and Iron Liege.

plus Dedicate and the bttter class

of handicap horse. The only not

able absentee wut,.'be .Round

Table. ;.:-. ...
(Back in June, Bol"d Ruler seem
ed finished as a horte you read a'

bout. He wobbled back to bis stall

Snorts Shorts

HI CAN COOK; TOOU
' - "' -
"' WALTHAM, if ass. (NEAV John
yKirby, all SUr sandlot baseball
els ver-ia one of the beit looking

end prospects in Brandeis footlall
. history. He enjoys singing so
much he may take it up profes

sionally. t. r...i .. 5
'. YOUNCEST STEER

AUSTIN. Tex. (NEal Mau

rice Doke is the yeangest player
en the Texas football squad. The

sophomore end will not be 19 un
til Nov. 18. . v.

FOR YOUR HIGH-BALL 11ISIST ;
Ivayj on CANADA DRY
"Hbh-Ball wilhonl Canada Dry
; :-Ix Fcu!-Ba!i" V-;

after finishing a distant .third to
Gallant Man in the mile and a
half Belmont Stakes.

Bold Ruler popped a splint. He

recovered poorly from a sleeping

sickness shot. Being worked lor

the $100,000 Arlington Classic a

mile. Bold Rule! best distance,

most throught -the horse came out
of a workout puffing a bit. too

much for Mr. Fitz. :-

Thprewa JlOO.OOO dangling in

front of him, but the old man sat

j,. nn his favorite bench along

Ride Belmont's saddling enclosure

and said, no, he" was not sending
.nit tn "Phitaeif. Something a-

bout him, Mr. Fits mused, which
didn't seem right.
A veterinarian took a cardio cardiograph
graph cardiograph and it showed Bold Ruler's
hpart was strained. That should

haye done it right tbee. For any

body except ir. uz,, urn
h. looks." the old man would

say each morning, "too frisky to
be that sick- Maybe he's got
something wrong with him, but
f think he'll be all right. We'll
give him some time."
Slowly, with the patience only
70 years of working with horses
can. give, Mr. Fits brought (Bold

Ruler back. : He galloped the

hnrut slowlv each day. so as to

keep him fit but not strain him.
"He wants to run, boss," Tommy
Ouinn the exercise ', boy, would

say. .' '
"Get a eood holt of him and gal

loo him slow." Mr. Fits would

snap.-- y :.

Finolly, he gave the horse a

stiff work on Saratoga's training
track. The results were good. A

of 1956 big belly, bruises, charley

horses and all the Dodgers of
this' year would have overtaken
the faltering Braves and Cardi

nals. It waa unfortunate that the

way war.not ravecL.for Rohinaon

io crasn .me majors until he was
28. Just suppose he had come tip
about the time he-waa snrinHnn-

broad Jumping and lugging the
football for.. UCLA? Thera. would

"yebeena record for a lot of
ballplayers' to shoot at.

it was Jong said that Pee Wee
Reese was the rarhiirtn !.-

Dodger and it is highly sienlfi.

cant that the, Kentucky colonel fi fi-nally
nally fi-nally hacVto move from shortstop
to third base at 38.
h I iackieL Robinou blanketed
the field with talent..,
There haven't been .many like
ft- b nd 80methin went out of
the Brooklyn club when he took
the job with the restaurant chain.

Porsche Wins

Run

with' one more week to bo.

terest) ha$ dropped off considera-

uy in the-Ba!Doa suoimer league.
But one group of bowlers deserve
the applause of the entire league,
namely the Balboa Boa?, who won
only ,19 and lost 65 But despite
such disheartening results', they

have' not failed to place a.:,' team
on the lanes each exe week.

Albreok 8 Clayton. Ii: Rodman 4

Curuhdu 0, Ancon 4 tocou o iior
fwV T.o Rios 4 Farfan 0 (f or

felt),JAmador 4 Corczal 0, Diablo

4 Balboa 0, n,
Honor Society 600 Coffee 620.
Honor Roll 200 Club Toland
202. Pahl 201. 221: Rudy 227, Knot-

tek 200, Soyster 201 Morrow 214,

Cdttey 202, 226.
, Fort Kobbe
. Mixed Sextette League
Taams i W
YO No Se 19
Double Whammies 16
Hits and Mrs. 15
Slow Starters f 15
Misfits 1
Lucky Seven 12
Bad Pennies H

Winers 10

Yo No Se 4 Lucky Seven 0
Yo No Se knew plenty about this
came of bowling when they took

the un-Lucky Seven, ail six of

them into camp for the toal num

her of four points. This win for
the Yo No Se increased, their

league lead. In the scratch divi

he spoiled that by getting 156 -in
the last game. Jane Bond Clicked
514. her hubby Bill 517,- Helen

Martello a 508, 'and her life part
ner 537. Jinny Hassler 543. Fo-

the Lucky Seven six. the tops in

scratch was Ralph : Kock with

453. In the handicap it was Pat
Carter 513 and Pete Dasham 504.
DeuMe Whammies 3 Bad Ninnies 1
The Whammies excercised they
mystic spell over the Bad Pennies
in three of the four points, even
although they were spotting the
Pennies pins per game. But the
same forty six. pins did the Pen Pennies
nies Pennies a lot of good in the middle
game because, that was the dif difference,
ference, difference, i
Ed Allen of the Whammies ran

away with all honors I for his
squad, with a Scratch 508, a han

dicap 562 set, which included a
nice scratch 212 game. Beaulah

Stirling helped the Whammies

with a 523 handicap set. None of

the (Bad Pennies cashed into the
5C bracket, Hubert Sheppard came

tne closest with 492 handicap, set.
Hits and Mrs. 4 Winers 0
The Hits hit and the Mrs. did
not miss, net result was a clean

sweep of the four points for the
Hits and Mrs. sextette. The Win Winers
ers Winers although thev do not enlov

the surrounding in the basement

ot tne league just could not get go

ing ana chanced the nights pro

ceedings as' one of those things
you are supposed to forget. On
the other hand, Van Geroge was
mighty hanDV with hix dotal rh

509, plus 66 gave him 575 handi-

au cujiunjuuon io mo teams 564,

aaie uuppeau 561 and Jean Hume
562. For the defeated but not de-

jectea winers, 'twas Bill Bradber

ry wno stood out with a hi a ait

handicap set. He was by himself

as jr s mat nau thousand mark

was concerned.

Bowling Green 60. Bald. Wal,'7.

Marietta 13, W. va. wesieyan iz.
Youngstown 25, West.- Colo. 6.

N'eastern Okla 25, Emporia St. 0

William Jewell 27, Ottawa 13.

8'western Okla 21, Col. college t,
Missouri Valley 19, Millikln 6.
Panh (Okla) Ag. 20, N Met Mil j)
SOUTHWEST ;
Houston 7, Miami (Fla.) 0.
Baylor 7, VillanOva 0. '
Kansas 13, Tex. Christian 13.
Arkansas 12, Okla. State 0.
Hardin Simmons. 14, Tulsa Q. ?
MisslslDDi 44.. Trinity (Texl 0,

Arizona 14, Brigham Young 14.

Centre d. Wilmington (O.) o.
Carson-Newman 19. West. Car. 6.
vrmnhlst 20. Ark. Tech. 6.

Florence Tech 20, Tenn Tech 0.
Southern 111 25. Austin peay 12.
o.,.trn T o 7 RVastern La. 7.

SL'JSrr io". mri rnllecre 7.IN. Mexico 25. i.Mex A&M 7.

TarkROrt (MISS 51 MISS inaua, o. nus. on. iciufc' iwuf.w

McNeese 21, Sam Houston ,S. 7.
southeastern Okla 6. Austin 0.

Tex jA&I 47,' Natl. Univ. Mex. 8.

Texas western 14. n. Texas is.
N. Mex. Highl'ds 28, Col. Mines 9

Slow starters 4 Misfits 0
It was quite obvious that

the

Miss southern 2, Loui. T ech. 0.

EAST

Bucknell 16, Albrieht 0.

Ithaca 31, Airren J3.
MIDWEST

Cinclnatl 13, Dayton 13.

LOUlSVlUe 33, Evansviue i.
Indiana St. 14, Eastern 111. 0.
Valoaralso 27, Kalamazoo 6.
Midland 21, Concordia (Neb) 13
Adrian. 28, Defiance t.
Ripon 34. Monmouth 0.
S. Dak. St. 23, Iowa Tchrs 20.
a imhriuc 25. St. ClOUd 14.

vana wealevan 191 Neb. Wes. 0

S. Dakota 6, N. Dak, Aggies 0. ;
N. Tchrs (SD) 14, Bemldji 13.
Minnesota Duluth 18. Hamline 7
vnniiri Mines 84. Carthage 0.

West. Ky. 25, Southeast Miss. 20.

Great Lakes 28, Olivet, w.

winners hy four points were giv given
en given the wrong title, because they
were far from being slow starters.
Thav urnt tn work on the Misfits

right from the start and never let
up 6ne iot. Jack Morgan, especial-

ly, was a last sianer as wc
a finisher, because he posted a
healthy 517 scratch series, which
included a 213 game.
All down the line of the SS line lineup,
up, lineup, the scores were good, Hook
Dreher 564, Art Dodson 594, Mi Miriam
riam Miriam Allen 513. Wallv Morgan

536. For Miss Fits that could not
fit in any winning games, in fact
the ladies outscored their h u s s-bands.
bands. s-bands. Only Jim Sims protected

the crestise of the male six. Inez

Davis was tops with 471, Mabel

Leslie with a 441 both scratch se
ries.

FAR WEST

Oregon State 20, S. Calif.

Utah 32, Montana 13.

Mont. St. 27, Fresno St. 14.

Sacramento State 19, L. Angeles

St. 14.
Cal Poly (S. Dimas) 21, Mex. Ot
Poly 21. ..
Ariz St. (Flagstaff) 40, S. Diego $;.

SERVICE

Eglin (Fla) AF"B.28,-Ft. StewjCtJ

(Ga) o.

M l

Economy

Lt. Dave Allen nf in,,nnb vr

took ton honors in hi, Dni.h.

Speedster in Sunday's "economy

. uu -uui, on oy in Tilhm

?J club' A"en. "Misted
TOed. turned In
the best ton-mUes per gallon f
28.13 oyer a grueling 86 8 mile
course which ended at El Valle
Sharing laurels with Allen was
Club president Bud Welshaar
who managed 24.07 ton-mpg- in
his Alf a-Romeo 1900 Gran Tu Tu-rismo
rismo Tu-rismo coupe. Welshaar, compeU

mg in me over 1500 clasa

iu:u uui uoraon sparka In a

3 'cc XK120 Jaguar roadster

" rccoraea 2U7-mpg.
The rules for the event called
for the carf to be In sUndard

touring trim. The actual miles
per gallon- consumed waa multi multiplied
plied multiplied by the car's weight in tons
to determine the ton-mpg.
Unanticipated by the compet competitors
itors competitors waa the gas-eatlnr run up
steep cerro Campana. Had this
portion of the run been elimi eliminated
nated eliminated the cars would have turn turned
ed turned In figures at least 10 mpa
better.
in second place in the under
1500 cc class was Gordon Thlel
In his brand-new Volkswagen,
Thlel eked, out an actual 34.70
mpg." His ton-mpff figure was
28.10. Next came Don Lewi in
an MGA roadster with 27.09 ton ton-mpfr.
mpfr. ton-mpfr. Ed McLaughlin lri an MGA
roadster recorded 23.20 ton-mpe:

wnue ciaus Kieucrunao in a VW

OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA, REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-wioninj Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 2011, Sunday, September 22, 19S7
The whole ticket has 52 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 26 pieces each.

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

6694
3507
1325

$ 52,000.00

5,60 0.0 0
7 ,800.00

$

$

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SS iSS i'SJ !SS SS SS SS 1SS SS S:S SS !S:S SS 1S:S ?'.S !SS SS SS SS
SS iSiS 1S1 IM M SS iSS S m.M 1W 1M.M im 1M.M m 1SS.M 7M4 1UM 89M IHM KM WM

Approximations Derived' From First Prize

aix-furloni race

won easily. Tbea tne Ruler a Lam

med home -by six lengths in the
i Jerome Handicap at Belmont
"You can do anything with him
1 now.' a delighted Eddie Arcaro

; said as be slipped out of the sad sad-i
i sad-i die. 'He runs better than ever."
' Everybody else wanted to con congratulate
gratulate congratulate the trainer.
But Mr. Fitz wasn't around. He
was walking, aluminum crutch un un-der
der un-der his arm.'to the bare where he
'would take a look at the horse.
' see that he was fine, then go back
Io Chicot Court, which is, these
: days, the horse capital of the
1 world.

95. Kleischmann, incidentally.

proved to be the most accurate
In rnaint-lnlns; the average
speeds specified In the' instruc instructions.
tions. instructions. ... .-
, Other cars compeLLr.g for
economy honors were an MGA
coupe,' Simca Versailles, Woisey
sports (circa 1939). Austin
Sheerline limousine and a Tri Triumph
umph Triumph TR3. -
Trophies will be presented to
the winners at the Oct 11 meet meeting
ing meeting of the Isthmian Sports car
Club at the Hotel El Par.am.
All those Interested tn motor
sport are tattled to attend,

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SS iSiS Sis ISS SS iS S SS M.S WSS M MST IM M MM S M 71 I20.M S73
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
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" vxW SMI 1SSM S4 VM ISM 1M.M SSM IM.M Jill IM.M JJ1J IM.M MIS IM.M
SS 1S.S SS ISiS tSM 1S.S SMS 1M.M SMS 1M.M 1 1M.M 1111 IM.M 3U IMM 151S IMM
Approximations Derived From Third Prize V
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tnt IStM I ZJtS 1M.M UII 1HJI IM.M SlU 1M.M I SMS IM.M 732S IM.M CM IM.M H 1M.M
I tin 1UM 1M IMM MM IM.M 17 IM.M IWT IM.M IMS IM.M 1J31 IM.M 1JSJ IM.M
1117 IS S I Sl ISiS lSl IS S IMS IM.M ISM 1M.M 1S2S IM.M 1IM 1M.M 11 IM.M ISM IM.M

Prise-winning Numbers of yesterday's Letters Drawing were aold at: The 1st in Chiriqul, 2nd and 3rd in .Panama
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending inl and not included in the above list win Fifty fwe Dollars (S52.M) eacbJA
The whole ticket has St pieces which comprises the two series "A" and "B2, x

SIGNED By:

ALBERTO ALEMAN,- Governor of the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative of The Treasury, JOEL MEDINA

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public, Panama

WITNESSES: Pedro Icaia, Ced. No. 47-63I
Jeee M. Gemet, Ced. No. 421357

PABLO A. PIXEL Mr I

Secretary.

KATE. TtM rtnolr.i Brkrtx wlfh io Utt dph an with tho two tut
HU I t. rtpbon arw.r only to tho Fin Prii.
Tho rinrt Priro and Um Snd mnd Sr PrteM ara drawa aoparatoly Tha ap ap-iro1maUma
iro1maUma ap-iro1maUma ara c,1oe on flrat. 8oer.d ana "'-.'"J"
attract ahouie ciin th number oi aack pruo. Um bedar la anUtM So
claim Mmrnl for oacs.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

Sunday, September 22.
. Drawing- Number 111

1957

Fraction

Ticket

First Prixe ...... .94
Second Prize . .107
Thirtl; Prize ..... 23

$11.00 $220.00

3.00
2.00
'.;;

60.00
40.00

Tha ariaaa aIU k. aail t- artih tka CMflclal Uat

tfco fftroa t k W.tMMM I aiIWoat Lottary aWoato Coatft ai
v Plan ef Ordinary Drawing No. Z01Z which will take
place September 29, 1J57

OivMod ia two aariaa of SS fraction, aacb denominated "A

PiaST PB1ZE
I Pint PriM. Serlei A and B. of IM.Wt.fl each eeriea
t Second Prtio. Soriao A and 7.SW M each oenea
1 ThBd Priia. Serioi A and B. of an M each aariea
IS Aroroximationa. Serleo A and B. of M each aertea
Pntaa. SeH A and B. of I. oaeh oertoa
n Prtua. eri, A and B. of JS M each ootim
0 prtaaa. aerMa A and B. ef M M oaeh aoriaa ;
- stcewD par -':
ii laMtMtaa. Wlaa A and B. of S M M oarh aortao

arm. Sarlaa A and B. ot IMM i

' THimn pbixb

SaHao A and B. of S IS M i

Pruaa. Sanaa A and B. f "V

and -B :

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$ 1-546 SO
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Total

...suossae

Prke of a whole ticket ...... .,..$26.00
'Price of a fitry-seebndpart .-5Q

TKIZIS ARC PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
AN INDEPENDENT DAILY jNEWSPANTB
.' MONDAT,' SEPTEMBER 23,1957
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THIS SPACE 1$ FOR SALE
FOR1 INFORMATION "TELEPHONE 2-0740
Si
THIS SPACE IS FOR SALE
FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740

ft

Resorts

PHILLIPS Oceanslde Cottages
Santa Clara. Bex 1890 Pan,
ma, R. da P. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.

FOSTERS COTTAGES and lirga
beach Kouia, on mile past Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phono Balboa 1866.

Commercial Sites

Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. I.I Just built
madam furnished apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, hot. cold wator.
Phono Panama 3-4941.

FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
apartment, porch, parlor-dining-room,
bedroom, bedroom, kit kitchen,
chen, kitchen, tiled. Screened $55.00.
Apply 1 1 2 Via Balisario Porrai,
near Roosevelt Theatre.

FOR RENT: Spice for office.
Compania do Seguro building in
Csmpo Alegre. Air conditioned,
elevator, cleansrman, big space
for parking 26 M2. Tel 3-0136.

Houses

FOR RENT: 3 -room house with
running pipe water and 500 me meters
ters meters land at Chilibra $10.00
monthly suitable for retired C. Z.
employe. 112 Via Balisario Fo Forres.
rres. Forres. Phona 3-2474r

FOR RENT: Attractive, modern
two-bedroom chalet, 'never oc occupied.
cupied. occupied. Hot water installation.
Call 2-2648 office hours.

FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
furnished. Second Avenue No.
39, San Francisco. Phone 3-1221.

FOR RENT: Apartment. 90th
street, San Francisco, Via Porras.
Porras. Phone 3-2457.

FOR RENT: Furnished Mod Mod-dern
dern Mod-dern apartment, 6 clasats, 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, dining room,
kitchen, porch, garage. 46th St.
East No. 2-6T. Phone 3-1423.

FOR RENT: Large apartment 2
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, etc. Ri Riviera
viera Riviera Building 46th Street and
Ave. Justo Arosemena. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 2-1661 between 8 a.m.
and 5 p.m. or 3-0526 at other
hours.

i r.rtrr, iuiii ui nun uni ur uus AUETTTS OB OUR OfFICM AT ,11.S "W tmwrr

nkVnZu. Si"""SKiiT.S'"5,'?.r,f.r? AUi-ri;ntral Ave. s a)

FaRMACIA LUX 1S4 Central KSXTZTSilSttiH ffl?fl5ft?,

PANAMA fJBRERIA MFC1ADO 7 Utet N,

I ni IB rilVJl BFHalaX1HJsll'irIH- l.sl I :airraifliiiiiai m

TJVOJI NO. 4 FAKMAC1A 1 ienirm av.
! VAPSA flAUVIatii a meaMMeoaoeat Ida. anal M &f dft. V ARM A CI A

U 0) AGENClAi

rARMACl LOM

Automobiles

FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac
Chieftain deluxe, 8 cyl. Loaded.:
Low mileage. 2-doori excellent
condition. 2-3586.

FOR SALE: Popular, economi economical,
cal, economical, sturdy, Nash Rambler station
wagon 1954. Excellent condition.,
Priced right, duty paid. Financing
possible. Call office hours. Cu Cu-rundu
rundu Cu-rundu 2238 or 5219.

FOR SALE: 1953 Pontiac, hy hy-dramatic,
dramatic, hy-dramatic, four door sad'an, beau beautiful
tiful beautiful car, perfect condition, Tel,
Foit Clayton, 6212.

FOR SALE : 1 954 Studabaker,
V-8 contender eoupe deliase.
Excellent condition, $1000.00.'
Can be financed,. House 8204-A,
6th St. Margarita. Tel. 3-2981.

FOR SENT: In Campo Alegre,
completely furnished two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, hot water, servant's
quarter, garden, guardener's
service, $150. Phone 3-3884.

Prince Charles
Escorted To School
By Royal Parents
LONDON, Sept. 23 (UP) -Prince
Charles leaves his castles

and palaces tomorrow lor an
austere boarding school. It will

be his first time away from home
by himself.
The tdUsel-haired, nine-year-old
foungster, who is next in line for
fee English throne, will be escort escorted
ed escorted by his royal parents for his
first day at Cheam, an upper
class preparatory school 50 miles
west of London. When his parents
return to London in the evening,
, Charles will be on his own.
Tonight Charles, Queen Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth and Prince Philip end their
summer holiday a t Balmoral
Castle in the Scottish highlands,
and return on the overnight
train to Buckingham Palace in
London.
,'From the palace, the' group
will motor tomorrow morning to

Charles' new school.

At about 6 p.m., Britain's royal
couple and the parents of most
of the other 90 Cheam boys will

leave their sons.
His parents have asked that
from tomorow on, Charles be
treated as "one of the chaps."
He'll be "charles" to the other
boys. "Prince Chanes" to the
faculty. The teachers will be
"sjjr" to him. And he'il take aprt
in exactly the same schedule of
work, play and rest as the others
of "his age.
But a Scotland Yard officer has
been especially assigned to the
school now that the future king
is going there. Tbe officer will

remain on nana at least lor a
few weeks."
Then, if it apepars that all's
well and the boy who may some
day rule 50,000,000 Britons is
safely settled, the officer will

leave.
But his schoolmates are not
likely to forget Charles is a
prince. Nobody did at the London
Day School he attended for a
year.
Crowds gathered daily outside
the, London school to watch
Charles arrive in a chaufeur-i
driven royal car from Bucking-1
ham Palace. When the school had
athletic events, swarms of photog photographers
raphers photographers were on hand to snap the
youngster's every move.

FOR RENT: Small unfurnished
duplex apartment, two bedrooms,
maid's room. Suitable for adults
only. No. 17 50th street. Ring
gate bell.

FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, dining sitting room,
maid's room, kitchen, laundry,
hot water, screened, El Cangro-
jo. Call 3-7453.

FOR RENT: Apartment, living living-room,
room, living-room, bedroom, kitchen-dinette.
Next street from 4th July Ave.
Calls Darien No. 14-21.

FOR SALE: 1954 Ford Country
sedan, 9 pass. Fordomatic, radio.
$1600. Phone 25-2231, House
1345-C, Amador (Navy).

FOR SALE: Dodge 1954 Coro-'
net, $1,100.00. Ford 1953.
4-door coupe, $700.00. Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth 1956, $1500.00. Tel.
2-472J.

FOR SALE: Willys jeep, in
good condition. House 8054-D
Margarita 3rd. St.

FOR SALE: 1955 two door
Chevrolet B'el Air, two tone,
whitewalls, power glide, radio,
duty paid., mark IV air condition condition-er,
er, condition-er, excellent condition. Phono
Panama 3-1039 days.

Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO PIANO-.
. PIANO-. practically new, large plate glass
: mirror, many others bargains.
5066-A. iablo Hts. Ph. Balboa
3320. After 5:30 on weekdays.,
Anytime Sat, pr Sun.

FOR SALE
dor Rd.

-Plants 0932, Ame'

; FOR SALE: By private collector
large STAMP COLLECTION in

blocks of four. Americas (Panama

especially valuable) British Co Colonies,
lonies, Colonies, Europe, Asia. Call 2 2-0143
0143 2-0143 Panama or write Box
2131, Panami.

FOR SALE: Cameras 2'4x3K
xjpead graphic 475, 8mm Kodak,
magaxina wtelephoto $75, com complete
plete complete darkroom equipment,
i enarger, developing tanks, trays,
safelights, easels, graduates, con
printer, print washer, etc. Rifles,

.5I3T-22 Cal. $35, Winchester

rviooei wseope $30, Maho Maho-gany
gany Maho-gany 3 set bow arm settee $40,
2 matching bow arm chairs
$30 ea. House 1345-C Amador
(Navy). Ph. 25-2231.

FOR SALE: Singer aewing ma machine
chine machine treadle operating perfectly,
attachments. Tel. 25-3108, after'
4.

FOR RENT: Small furnished
apartment in best residential
section. Near bus stops. 43rd
Street No. 13.

FOR RENT: Near O.K.Amigo.
beautiful studio apartment. Will
accomodate two- people very
comfortable. Phono 3-3884.

US Tax Laws Follow
Soviet Labor System

Jays Gen. Mac Arthur

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 (UP)

(UP) Gen. Douglas MacArthur
said in a nation wide radio
broadcast today that "the govern government
ment government no longer believes free men
can manage their own affairs."

MacArthur. speaking on the

Manion Forum rpogram, said the
operation of the present income
tax laws "resembles the Soviet
forced labor system" and "redu "reduces
ces "reduces the citizen to long periods
almost to involuntary servitude."

The controversial World War II
military commander said the cen

tral thesis of present day govern government
ment government is to "take your money
away 4 from you on the pre

sumption that a handful of men
can spend the proceeds of your
toil and labor to greater advan advantage
tage advantage than you who created the
money."
MacArthur added that most of

these men were mostly bureau bureaucrats
crats bureaucrats and not even elected

officials.
He quoted a statement bv

Nikolai Lenin who said in supoprt

of Karl Marx s theories that
"taxation, with its 'offspring, in inflation,
flation, inflation, is the vital weapon to

displace the system of free enter

prise.

FOR SALE: 1954 Mercury,
hardtop, tetfio, mercamatic, wsw.
House 1521-B. Phone Balboa 2 2-3676.
3676. 2-3676. W ; V:

"GET STREAMLINED" ?
the McLevy way. Body Masmie,
Excerdsinx Machine. Turkish
bath. Trained operators fer ladle
nd gentlemen. Get results.
MASSAGE SALON
Services "SCHOLl'S"
. "! Products
J. Arosemena Ave. 33-41
;.,...Tef.; '3-2217

HASSELBLAD

PAXETTE

leading
CAMERAS
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.

FOR SALE: Two. record player.
Four fractional horse power mo motors,
tors, motors, all 60 cycle. Pair jtaw gas
welding gauges. Two camping
fonts. Television RCA 25 Or 600
cycle. Battery charger, garage
Tungar, 25 or 60 cycles. Amper Amper-rneter,
rneter, Amper-rneter, 100 ADC, Two Six vol
automobile generators,' Deep Sea
road and reel. Nectii sewing ma machine.
chine. machine. Two 25 cycle washing
machines. Kokak movie camera. camera.-See
See camera.-See at 262-B Cocoli or call Pe Pedro
dro Pedro Miguel 333.

Boats b Motors

FOR SALE: 10 Inch craftsman
table saw .25 and 60 cycle motor
$75.00. Call L. Mann Navy
2488-between 7:00 and 1:30,
, or 3193 after 4-00.
' 1 T

By. OSWALD JACOBT

Written for NEA Service

' TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
. Packers Shippers Movers
Phones 2-2451 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding ft- Jumping Classes daily
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 2-2451
or hy appointment.

Meetina v
SAN ANTONIO CREDIT UNION
TO MEET TUESDAY NIGHT

The San Antonio de Padua
Credit Union Study Group, will
meet Tuesday night at their

regular meeting place. Members
are reminded to attend.

LlfE INSURANCE
" eait
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar I tfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama t-0552

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

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

Famous CLIDDEN Paints

GLIDDEN PANAMA, S. A.

Phone Nos.

3-7711 3-7712

new canon

Model
With F 1.2 Ins

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Panami H. "fork Colon

WIST
4 1 7 4 2
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North East Soatk West
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- Opening lead A 3 -'

jHlome Articles

FOR SALE: Living, room ioite, ioite,-'
' ioite,-' sofa and 2 chairs, 2 end and-1
' ,'eoHee table and 2? table lamps;
',' 1-bab) carriage 'and one play play-perl.
perl. play-perl. Ft. Kobbe, i00-tr Phone
' 34-2126. v

FOR SALI: lea.25 cycle nfri
flerator Westingh'euse, Venetian
: blinds. Household lurniture.
House 5156, Diablo Hgfi. Tel.
Balboa 3500. :

SERVICES

Miscellaneous

ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A," DIABLO' -BOX
1211.. CRISTOBAL CX

I-minute car wash $1, ,. steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of -ears
$5. Auto-Bafte, Trans-lsthf
;f mian Highway near Sears.

Real Estate

FOR SAlI Chalet in Calle 48".
Este No.. 10, Phone 3-0 J I9fc.

"during office flours'.

WISHING TO RENT! Three or
four bedroom house With service
quarters in El Cangrejo of Golf
Heights. Please tail Guy M.
Newland, Hotel Panama. v.
, 7 i-

m

" IP

I :-v

I

Lesson

Dorese Waitcs school of danc dancing
ing dancing fcnights of Columbus Hall
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.

WANTED : Stenographer expe--riencest
competent. Shorthand-
English Spanish. Good speller,
Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo Morales.,
rales., Morales., v n

WANTED: Experienced radio 1
' serviceman. Apply., at Curundu E
' Radio Shoo 4:30 o m in.nn f

LOST.- Filaelc female Dachshund
named1 "Gretehen" yery fat. Re Reward.
ward. Reward. Tl. 3-7889,

LOSTt Walfet containing driv driv-ver's
ver's driv-ver's licenses and other personal
papers valuable only to the own
ner Believed o .have been lost
at Lux Theatre. REWARD TO
FINDER. Contact Courtney
Stempel. Tel. 3-0437 or 3-2949
P. O. Box 718. .Panami, R. P.,

i

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" Over the mountains, across the burning desert they
fourht their way to Quantez town. Now they were trapped ;
in the silent city of empty streets, where terror walked by
night and vengeance ruled' by day. See "QUANTEZ" in
Cinemascope and Technicolor starring: Fried.; Mac Murray,
Dorothy Maione and:Jamris Barton ..wblchs OPENS ON
THURSDAY ?6 AT THE LUX,
" v r 'H 1 ' ' V'' "' V

AJC"jOHlf fiKUm-imd MSgt James' Peters of th.

5700th Materiel Squadron, AJBrook Alt .Force .-Base designed

maintenance "jtana tnat aras repairman wnen wora-iag on
the main gear hOx of a helicopters Both received suggestion'

award certUlcates. and split a cash award of $25. UCol.;

Eichard T; Uvelyr:Albrook Executive .Officer-: made the pre-

ientatlon.". : v -r i, V xomcial usa'. fhoio)-;

3 Manpower Experi

efirightjFulure

or Career

TURNING THE HEAT ON
PAMPA. Tel.' (UP) D. P,

Gilliam began serving 90 d?ya in

Take a look at the East hand
only.. North opens one club ana
it is up to you. what should you
bid?
The answer Is one diamond.
You have a very strong hand lor

a mere overcaii out no other bid

is satisfactory.

ine Diamng continues -one
heart by South, one Jro-trump
by North, three heart by 8outh

ana rour nearts oy North.
Should you double? a

The-answer Is "NO!" You have
three aces but vour cartner can't

nave any in in g and the best you
can hope for is a one-trick set.

There is not enough potential
profit to warrant a double.
Your partner opens the deuce
of diamonds and dummy plays

t

WASHINGTON Sept. 2 UP-

Threes manpower- experts; pre-;

dieted a bneht luture -yesieraay

for the queea of the labor force-)-

the American career woman,

They said the- next 10 years
shoud. eradicate some of the long

standing taboos against female

executives.

The oroeress of woman power

was discussed bv Labor Secretary

James -Pi -Jdltcneu, iresiaent

Philin M. Talbott of the U.Sv

Chamber of Commerce and :-Er

Win D. Canham, chairman of the
National .Manpower Council and

editor of the Christian Sicence

Monitor, nfi .'"..

Thev. snoke at the dedication: of

new headquarters for the' Nations
Federation of Business and Pro

fessional: Women's' Clubs an edi edifice
fice edifice erected to- the greater,, glory
of the working jprL-
DeooneMrte On Womerf 'v

Miteben said .the future of .our

economy depends upon woman'

power to' v greater degree, than
ever before.-W ard 1 millioa

more persons will eater' the work

ing force bt '196S J'and over half

of them. wilT be women'."

Talbott said "he 'could una no
indication in hh "prlvSte1 crystal

ball" that women will be eumbing

telephone- 'poles er running bull-

doiers. But bev predicted' that
more traditions Will' go by the

board and that wbmea win invade
in greater numbers r fields saw

occupied lafge'y-by. meav

the five. You play the Jack and'Canhamsaidhe 'simaTnt 'lot
it holds the trick. What Should1 skinr-A. 'and nre2easlfrtallv trstlKMl

you return? Iwomeh. wvkerfvwifl.be higbi for

Tne answer to this one that the labor .force. ai whole, is- of

u you want to beat thM hand Dectssity heeormnp' hcreaiaaiy
you 'must cash vour slneleton more hHtfV kiIled.?-yAr.-

ace or nearts and

ngni up to dummy s ace-queen

ien.

Adenauer Orders

'llev look' Policy
Towards $ovielr-

cas-ims nanainecessny xieconunp' -ncreao jiy
mr singleton more bigh skilled,T Ji ',-
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...BONN. Germany, Sept. 23 (UP)

Chancellor Konrad .Adenauer

has ordered a drastic 'overhauling

of West; Germany's relations with

tbe Soviet ;-hibc; informed Bonn

government1 sources said .today." -The
sources said' the Chancellor

has ordered Foreign Minister

Heinrich von Brentano to study

the issue and, report to the cabinet
on how West German policies to

ward the Communist East can be
given a "new look.' ,,:

4 The 81-year-old- Chancellor was

reported to nave told aides mat

his landslide e'ection victory has

so. strengthened West Germany's

place in the Western alliance that

it can safely undertake a cautious

revamping of its relations with tne
Soviet bloc states, and Yugoslavia.

Adenauer. However, was reports

ea to bave stressed this did not
imply sn flirting with the Soviets

at tbe expense of The Western sl

ues.' .- "S ""ivri- -'

t The sources said the Chancellor
insisted that 1 any major 'moves
would have to be discussed in ad advance
vance advance with the Western allies.

- The Adenauer government's

new look" nolicr toward the

Communist bloc was expected to

include these main points: .-

An attempt to bring Mosco

trade and repatriation talks to a
sstisfaetory conclusion. These

talks were near-dead'ocked' after

more than seven rweeks.: with the

Soviets adamantly refusing even
to discuss release f -tome .90,000
GermS a civilians the Bona govern

ment; claimed were -still hel la

Russia' :.::-.. j.;

Renewed efforts to Dersnade

fhe Russians to reconsider their

flat-fao" to German reunification
except on their own terms, Aden Aden-SOW
SOW Aden-SOW war reported to have, bee"

In Latakia

JERUSALEM. Israel. Sept. 22

(UP) Informed observers here

expressed belief today that two
Soviet warships now in the Syrian

port of Latakia may be .unloading

supplies .of ''heavy military 'equip

ment for Syria,. f ;

The observers saw thifTas the

hkeliest reason for the: sudden im

position -last night of a curfew, on

civilian bighway traffic, from main

Syrian cities to Latakia where the
DW..I.H VkJ.n... ..J A'

auMiau uuidw Auuauuv Bu uv
stroyer Svoboda docked yesterday,

Damascus ; Radio, said the cur

few wajt due' to 'military, maneu

vers Cairo press reports desenbr
ed the maneuvers: as the' biggest

in Syria's recent history and .said

mey involved tbe use of modern

arms Syria has been receiving

irom the Sovet utnion. rf f

A 'Damascus d l s r a t c h todav

quoted the visiting Russian- flotilla
commander, Adm. A. Kotov, as
declaring that his country was

"always ready to help Syria de

fend her sovereignty and inde

pendence and resist any foreign

intervention."

Sources in Jerusalem said the

sudden Syrian curfew would per

mit the secret unloading ot valu-,
able miltary cargo such as tanksl
and Jets. ... : -Lh i .' 1

The Israel foreign ministry de denied
nied denied that any Syrian ,troop con concentrations
centrations concentrations had been observed on
the Israeli border. But here was

no doubt here of the, accuracy of
foreign reports, of .a massive Syr Syrian
ian Syrian arming with new Soviet
weapons and an intensive train-

oi Syrian trpoos in such weap-t

nnc : 1

.Director General -Walter Eytan

of thev Israeli loregn ministry
today reported to a cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting on the sudden -turn for the

worse in Israel's relations with

nussa. i

ei' :

The m'eefntf !fhin mM- arntu..

ing belief, here.- -that Russia is
presently engaged in an attempt
to make r Israel end dSDlntnati

relations, in b order to further
strengthen soviet inroads i in the
Arab, world. ;;

Eytan. nresirlatf Jn rrii. f,.It..

off vacationin?.':-Prpmio n.nij

Ben-Gurion,:evft; tho rikin. ,i..

laUS' Of Russia'. Cham rsiaAtinM

mHA .Israeli 4 nrntpcr nr

auegeci aoduction of Israeli Moa-'1

kuw .. auacne JB ivahn Ha,.n K-

inev Russans accu.W th tt

raeus of "Drovocativ fhr!.bjti

7' ui-cnargmg-mat JHazan was
detained for-26 hours and threat-S

ened

spy

Hazan

out

Tiv)aiv--"tui "ki least to recmisidrf the

-Tkak J 1 a.' A J ...rU U.t.d SC. 1MtJlMflt Af srlf fa-ajf TVe MU fcaa

m My-jo' nrtof tKto Obv"UVou 7caraffo
Hf.ar feto club w a diamond UitttZl ? hat CiUy refund Jm the

Gina Announces

Relurii To Movies

WHb Bumper! Parly
'"ltOMSent-S3 UP) f-Atress

Gina Lollobrieida threw mother

hood behind her yesterday and
gave a bumper- press party to an an-normee
normee an-normee her return .tC5 movie-mak-kig.
. .v i "'
Clouds of colored balloons boat

ed awav from the lawns of Gina's

out-of4owa home proclaiming that

with death If he refii.H

for Russia.' JThev- allci?prl

was .detained for naTn

antiSoviet Propaganda."

The Israeli government was
expected to reject the Soviet reply
on grounds that -if the charges
now leveled against Hazan were
true,. they should have hn riiuui

earlier. i. .-

Accourilanls' Assoc.

Hold Seminar

On Electronic Dala
Tho Canal Zone .Chanter at the,-

Federal, Government, Accountant!
Association will conduct a two-day
seminar on electronic data proces processing
sing processing at the Balboa .Theater oa
Wednesday and Thusrda ; thi

week. '..- ,Z. wl v"

' r t - I'V'.i'
The sneaker wilt rt a n.

risen, IBM Eastern Regional Spe
ciat RepresenUuve, New-Prod.
UCIS. Sessions Will b kelA frnn.

8:30 to U;4$ in the morning and

TELE-RAD

TV SERVICE
SPEEDY-DEPENDABLE

Comer

TEL 2-2374

H- A Darir a. St.

fh play is to remember to o" t provide more guidance S
rid of your ace of. trumps,coune&ni' for young-women. t T lf diplomatic
If you dont do T this; and "This i building.. with 'Its wealth ,7ftlot'9.,lPoL,Bf p0Mrt,Iy
, . . . lalar with father SmrUt hW t(M

tough

get

flraf

declarer la on hfs toes he-will Premise ss a center of infoma-1 Soviet bloc states.

run thi-M anari rir.ir. mA Hon sad research. an become the parwuanj- vxecnosiovara.

throw vou in with it m tht1"nersrohe ol s vast ;fort, to

case you will have to Uv sJown help the ecooomyTby helptag Us
one of your minor rait as and I o"?" '.ker P"P"

soutn wui make hit game

i

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theraselvteS for lives of signifi.

csnee,"- be aaid. t
Talbott' anUcipatodQiafflhe
"maapower pinch.''- will pot
womea morsj on a par with ftea
so far as wage sf alts are
concerned. "
"If ma it a feme f la hard

pressed for anil's aod tatents, it
wiH be forced, to ofer wjtral py

CZKMA5 JUXlXti JOBS

! HIIDELBERO, Otr marry
fUP T-r More than 4.4W Ger-!

man employes of the US. Army
are -expected to lose hetr Jobs
rn the next f!ve months due to

budrct limitations, Arsny fcead fcead-quarters
quarters fcead-quarters today reported. Army

officials expressed regret at the

action and Raid tney wcuii do tie Milko Skene

the Italian movie qoeens aix irom u.ii to 4:00 in the

months of domestic' secluswm were noon. , i

ended. 4 '- ft ..f '--"..

A small aimlane flew over near-1 Tbis seminar is nart at ih.

by Rome dropping ksflets to the'cational program of the Federal
same effect., ; 'Government -Account a nu As socio-

urrvy hiss ioiioririgMa snoweaun, ana was aranged. in cooper

aUoa with Foster Mueller r.n.l

Zone-Manager for IBM. t.

Bone of the trace of motherhood

as She glided among bet guests

re a sow-cm pins saun coccxaui - f
dress. k r j AH member of the FGAA are

. In addition -to the, Boma- and. automatically invited to attend the
foreiga press, Italian director Vit- seminar, and it is intended that
torie da Ska and other top movie other interested persons be permit
moguls were presents ted to share, this opportunity
: Coeispicuously -absent from the! Members amy invite guests, ia
party was the two-m"cth ld rosy-' addition, persons ia financial man
cheeked baby boy who took gor-agement activity Who are sat
geous Gina out of the movie time-j members are welcome to attend
light to a quiet life o. kaitting ti-;if they are in position to benefit
ay garments in bee home on the from this discussion of electron it
ancient Apian Way. (data processing. Ail persons plaa-
But the photograpbers did cot'ning to attend should reeisttsy
even rare. - jwiih Mrs. Casdbry at Balboa 121T
e- L. I : IT it -r- i

Jr. tir!Dorsi of

whether the erorker.- welaxi a'ereryth'ng pfSble .to find tire. Gina and her dnctor husband, had' There Is v,n cksrp fr s'.Ua
oeckteior'y:ons,'be 4, 'elea4 emplcyei eew Jooa. .i become a has-beea. jance at this FGAA cn-.;nr,



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EIGHT LITTLE ROCK NEGROES SLIP INTO HIGHSCHOOL ; 3
AS MOB BEATS UP PHOTOGRAPHER WHO ACTED AS DECOY

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 23 (UP) Eight Negroes, through a ruse, slipped into Central High School just before".

the last bell rang today and integrated it. A mob beat up a N egro photographer who- acted as a decoy.,, Y ,'

As the Iiegro stuaenis wautea mho uie sciiuoi, nunc biuucuw siuneu a wainum. iiiiriy 10 uu.muie iiuucuib) nuu
I one study hall, marched down the front steps and joined the yelling mobs on the sidewalk. "r 'v

"they're in, they're in," a White girl ranvdown the itreet, screaming. ; iK Vf

5 "Let's go in and get the bastard," another said. t s " k ,x
" But there was no immediate attempt by a crowd of perhaps 500 to invade the school; X,.;
The ruse was set up by five Negroes, one a photographer, who sneaked toward aVl 5th Street rdr ntranc.fQhr!'SchokWhjil fth

crowd was surging through police barricades to get at the five decoys, the eight Negro students slipped in through an-entrance on 14th street.
Nine had been scheduled to attend. '" -'

i' filled

The four Negroes with the I ed themselves with shouting

photographer ran, but the crowd i and cat-caning.
caueht the photographer, trip-1 All city police leaves and

ped him, stomped him, beat him days off were cancelled and au

and tore un his camera.

White children started march marching
ing marching out Qf the school. Thirty to
50 students were in the first
groups to walk out.
"Nigger you're not goinpr to
nass here! Block 'em. Block

em," the crowd yelled as they the school by Gov. Orval E. Fau
saw the decoys.; bus kept the nine qualified Ne
nvthA time the battered oho- gro students out:

tographer maanged to get to his! A Federal court injunction was
feet and escape, police had cor- issued Friday ordering Faubus

rinnpd off the area with cars to call off the troops, and he

thoritles were iprepared to call

on sheriff's deputies, state -police
and, finally, the National
Guard, if the situation gets out

of hand.

Central High opened Sept 3

but National Guardsmen sent to

, .BEFORE THE HEARING Fed Fed-Wal
Wal Fed-Wal Judge Ronald Davies looks
iover some pertinent documents
lUefOr opening the hearing on
flfttegratlon in Little Rock, Ark.
I Hie three lawyers representing
foov- rval Faubus walked out
of the Injunction hearing. They
,;ased. Judge Davies to excuse
them after, he denied a flurry
pfttnotions on Faubus' behalf.

anri motorcycles,

Mothers on the sidewalk start

ed screeching "I want my chil

dren out! I want my cniiaren

out!" v
A short, husky policeman
ripped off his badge, "yelled,
"I auit" and walkkfed off to

cheers from the crowd. Pho Photographers
tographers Photographers tried to take his
picture but he lashed out at
tbem with his night ick,
which he did not jettison.
After the Neeroes were in and

the first excitement was, over,

the crowd began to quiet down.
City and state police, shoulder
to shoulder, held them back.
There were still shouts of
"Come on out of there. .Let's
go in and get 'em."
Some of the police held tear
o-as o-uns ready, and members of

the mob, eyeing them, content-

immediately obeyed

ASSIGN 35 POLICE
At least 35 hand-picked po
licemen armed with their regu

lar service pistols, riot guns and

tear gas were assigned to Cen
tral today.

At first, police planned to

have 50 to 58 men on duty, but

the detail was cut.

Ministers throughout Little
Rock, at the .request of Mayor
Woodrow Wilson Mann, prayed

at services yesterday for inte integration
gration integration of Central High without
violence.
President Eisenhower had
called upon Little Rock's citi citizens
zens citizens to oppose "violence by ex extremists."
tremists." extremists." "I am going to take my chil children
dren children to school early," a father

who is close to Faubus said yes
terday.-

: "If it looks as If trouble is go going
ing going to break out I am going to
take them straight home and
keep them there.

s "My children are not oppos opposed
ed opposed to Integration, either. They
say there are so many stu-
dents at Central that they

have their own social groups,
and won't have to mingle so socially
cially socially with the Negroes, which
Is the only thing they object
to.?
" Superintendent of schools Vir

gil T. Blossom told all adults not

working for the school includ including
ing including newsmen and iphoftographers

to stay out of the scnooi

building today and for the first
few days of this week.

Faubus was in Georgia, at

tending the Southern Governors
Conference.

He said it is up to Lt. Gov.

Nathan Gordon, now acting gov

ernor, to decide whether to eau

out the National Guard again,
If the situation gets completely

out of hand.

Gordon, at his home In Mor

rtlton, ,40 miles from 'Little

Rock. said he is not anticipat

lng trouble, but''If? It-: becomes

evident that the National uuara

is needed, I would call pern
Out.-
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He said he may come Into Lit Little
tle Little Rock today, but it will be on
an "entirely different matter"
than possible trouble at Central

High. .;-. t,

Gordon said director or state

police Hermann Lindsey was
keeping abreast of developments

and advising mm. r

lutniKits yoiCE AS THATj or HIS ATTACKEtU-Untible to see after liquid ly was splash-'
ed in his face In a hlghschool classroom in Broooklyn, N.Y., David Ozersky, 16, identifies the
voice of Maurice Kessler (right), 17, s that of his attacker. Nineteen other ; pupils and a
teacher were burned in the incident. Kessler allegedly tossed the acid at Ozersky in particular"
because 'he was the complainant .against Kessler in a morals case. It will take a' few days to
determine If Ozersky will be permanently, blinded. ( v s

Little League

Negro Congressman Announces Plans
fo Strike Back At Segregationists

NEW. YORK, Sept. 23 (UP) -.Negro
minister-congressman, Ad-
am' Clayton Powell Jr. announced
' from his Harlem pulpit yesterday
that lie will strike back at South South-era,
era, South-era, segregationists by seekmg
., sweeping legislation to bar future
us6 of National Guardsmen in
blocking school integration.
. S"oweU, in two sermons, each to
a: capacity congregation of 3000
persons, sharply condemned his
fellow democrats, including f o r r-mer
mer r-mer President Harry S. Truman

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and Arkansas' two senators, for

what he called playing politics

with the Little' Rock, Ark;, school

crisis.
He called for nationwide pray prayers
ers prayers for a peaceful solution to the
Southern crisis and said he had
prepared legislation providing:
Firmer Federal control of 'the
National Guard.

Abolition of
in- the Guard.

racial segregation

Use of Guardsmen to aid citi citizens
zens citizens who comply with the law,

not those who disobey.

tye Negro congressman' devoted
his entire sermon in the Abyssin Abyssinian
ian Abyssinian Baptist Church to a discussion
of what, he called the nation's
"most serious conflict since the

Qivil War;"
"We cannot meet this crisis by
force vs. forcp," he said.
"Under no circumstance can
Federal troops be used. This would
be a' confession of our moral de decadence,
cadence, decadence, it would precipitate a
second civil war..."
.
Criticises Dimocratt
Powell said that only the White

House and the Northern Repttbi-

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lated.
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FAUBUS IS TARGET
The immediate target of Pow
ell's proposal was Arkansas Dem
ocratic Gov. Orvwl E. Faubus.

who used National Guardsmen for
three weeks to keep nine Negro

cnnaren out of Little Rock's Cen

tral High, in defiance of three

federal court orders,

Faubus called off the droops Fri-

nay mgni under a f ederal court

injunction.

Powell bolted the Democrats

last year to back President Ei

senhowers reelection because of
Eisenhower's promises to press

lor a rNegro right-to-vote bill and

other civil rights measures.

He appealed to the President

last weex to discuss the Southern
segregation issue with Necro lead-

ers, and the President agreed to

meei wun roweu soon.

'
if Mr- a

bill from the Southern Democrats

and attacked, Truman, Adlai E.

Stevenson, New York Gov. Ave-

rell Harriman and Democratic

National Chairman Paul Butler,

saying;

"I must sharply .condemn my

fellow Democrats. ; .for daring tq
insert politics into this sensitive
auestion. This is n time for

cheap politics, especially w.h e n

hypocrisy, not democracy, is involved."

Powell referred to a Democratic

Advisory Council policy statement

last week, accusing Eisenhower

with failing to provide leadership

in the Little KocK crisis.

How dare -Stevenson criticize

Eisenhower, when just eight days
before on a national telecast,

Sunday, Sept. 8, he told the

national audience that he could

do nothing if he was president in
the present crisis?" Powell ask

ed. ';V

Powell, 'who organized a "na

tional deliverance day" of prayer
last year for the -end of bus seg segregation
regation segregation in Montgomery, Ala., call called
ed called for nationwide prayer for an
end to Southern strife.

WANTS HER HUSBAND Cyn

thia Gracia de Guzman, 24,

whose husband American Ap Apprentice
prentice Apprentice Seaman Paal S. Na Nation,
tion, Nation, Jr, 19, of St. Paal, Minn-,
waa sentenced to six menths
imprisonment for -marrying her
Filipino without Navy per permission,
mission, permission, is shown at OUngapo,
Zambles, Phillipi.es. Cynthia
said the and her'hasband are

grimly determined to fight'
their battle for lav Arainst

I the U-S. Kavy.

Brifisb Housewives

Use Skunk Technique

On 'Curb Crawlers'

- BIRMINGHAM. England. Sept.

23 (UP) Suburban housewives are
arming themselves with waterpis-

tols and foul smelling disinfectants

to ward off the unwelcome atten attention
tion attention of "curb crawlers" men

who try to pick them up in tbeir

cars.

Mrs. Kelly Osborne, 24, one of

the housewives, said it baa work

ed like charm for her.
"We're tired of being accosted by
these motorists,! so now weYe go

ing to teach tbem a lesson," sne
said. "I bought a 49-cent water water-pistol
pistol water-pistol last week and already have

used it once.

A motorist stopped me three

times, so I whipped out my pistol
and let. him have it He shot off
like a scared rabbit I wouldn't

like to be in his shoes if he's mar married
ried married for he must have had time
taring to explain to his wife bow

be got disinfectant all ever his

clothes."
The disinfectant is harmless J

except lor the evil smelL I

US Foreign Policy

Creature 01 Crisis,

Accuses Kennedy

WASHINGTON, Sept. 23 (UP)
Sen. John F. Kennedy (D-Mass)
has charged the Eisenhower ad administration'
ministration' administration' with a : "lack of
decision" and a failure to inform
Congress and the American epo epo-ple
ple epo-ple en foreign policy.
. Kennedy, a member of the

Senate Foreign Relations Com Committee,,
mittee,, Committee,, said the administration at
times "haSieven taken pride in
the timidity of its ideas."
In the Middle .East... he said.

U.S. policy "has been a creature

of crisis, sagged in. Its up and
down, and ambiguous in its direc-.

tion." In Asia, he said, the ad

ministration's policies have been

probably too rigid."
Kennedy's attack on President

Eisenhower and Secretary of

State John Foster Dulles for their

handling of foreign affairs- was1

contained in an article. "A Demo

crat Looks at Foreign Policy" in

tne current issue of the Foreien

Ai-airs vuaneriy. .r :
Kennedy's article Immediately
follows the much-oublicized arti

cle by Dulles in the same Issue.
In his article, Dulles re-assayed
the policy of "massive retali-

" Jr.!

Girls 8, Boys 3

Eleven babies were born at Co Coco
co Coco Solo Hospital during, the. week
ending at midnight Wednesday, ac according
cording according to the regular hospital re

port. During me same period, iuu
patients were admitted .and 93

were discharged; ?!

' Babies were born to-the follow

ing parents of American citizen citizen-Ship:
Ship: citizen-Ship: i,
Sgt. and Mrs. Robert E. 1 Red Red-fern,'
fern,' Red-fern,' of Coco Solito, daughter; Mr.
and Mr. Donald Austin, of -Margarita,
daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
William H. Rogers, of New Cristo Cristobal,
bal, Cristobal, daughter; Mr. land MrC Dan

George Nellis, of Margarita,

daughter: Spa and Mrs. John L.

Tolber, of Gulick Heights, daugh daughter;
ter; daughter; and Cpl. and Mrs. James Mc Mc-Kinney,
Kinney, Mc-Kinney, of Coco Solito, son
Babies were born to the follow

ing, parents with Panamanian na
4:.-iu... ., k, i .1.

uuiiauijr.- .'.y. ...t

Mr. and Mrs. Nester A. Rachel

of Colon, daughter; Mr. a.id Mrs
Cecil W. Haughton, of Rainbow Ci

ty, daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Juan
D. Ruiz, of Colon, sou; Mr. and

Mrs. Efrain Mcta. of Camp Bierd

daughter; and Mr. and Mrs Ru

pert Hylton, of Rambow City, son

Faubus Charges. -Eeenhbrerfs;. Palace Guard

Tried To Crucify! Him for I ntegratiori : Sta nd

SEA ISLAND, Ga., Sppt. 23 handled it differently .he added

atlon1

. .- f
In a third article, Marshal T
of Yugoslavia blamed much of
the cold war tensions on the
"erroneous foreign policy of Stalin
and the rigidity of (former Soviet
foreign minister V. M.). Molotov."
Kennedy said the United States
should t not : -'underestimate the
Russian capacity for feint and
adjustment." Kennedy also said:
"To an observer in the onOosi-

tion party there aDoearcd ?twn

centrals weaknesses in our rnrrnt

toreign policy:

'First, a failure n- mnrrUm

how the forces Of ntinnlfm arA

rewriting the egopohtical map of

uie wona, especiauy in north
Africa, South Eastern'; Europe;
"And second, a lack-of deci.

SlOn and Conviction in nur loaHsr

ship, which has recoiled frorn-

clearly informine both th nnni

and Congress, which xlr- inn

often to substitute lntrim far

solutions, which at timo h

taken pride in the timidity of Its
ideas."

Use Tear Gas

To Roul Crazed Man,

JViler Six Children:

MILWAUKEE. Sept. 23 (UP)-

Tear gas routed an pparently

crazed husband from an apart

ment where his wife and also six
children were held at bay when
he threatened to shoot policemen

investigating a complaint r J
The man, Jacob Ernest, 40 fired

one shot from a deer rifle from

second story flat t When he re

fused to admit officers checkine

a report filed by neighbors that

ne was beating his wife. I
Authorities feared for the life
of Mrs. Ernest when they heard
the shot and called in re-enforce

ments. Trie two-story house was
staked out, but Ernest still refused

police admittance. y
After removing, the family 're

siding m me xirst floor fiat from
the building, police lobbed three
grenades of tear gas into separate
windows of the upstairs flat

Ernest finally was forced out of

tne list anq submitted to police
who held him to face the filing of

enarges, yet unknown tomorrow.
Detectives removed, Mrs. Ernest
and three children from the flat
and then -spotted three other

youngsters opening windows to get
fresh air. Masked firemen took the

ast three children out of the m-

miea apartment oy ladder..

UP) Gov. Orval Faubus of Ar

kansas charged today that Attor

ney ienerai Herbert JBrowneii Jr

and other members of President

Eisenhower's "palace guard" ag aggravated
gravated aggravated -fine school integration
situation in Little Rock.

Faubusarriving here with sev several
eral several other chief executives for the
23rd annual .Southern Governors

Conference, told .newsmen that

Brownell.and the Justice Depart

ment tried to "crucify" him for
his firm stand against integrating

a Mine jock nign school.1 .
Faubus implied that Brownell
and other- unidentified mumbors
of the "palace guard" acteA
gainst him for political reasons
"I have no criticism of the Pres
iident." Faubus said at news rnn

ference, "but some of the. palace

guard may be partly responsible.'
NAMES BROWNELL "
Among the persons, he 'id

ware trying to '.'erueify'f, him,
Faubus named Brownell and two
top officials of the Arkansas Ca
!, oxecuirve editor Harry' Ash
more and publisher Hugh(. Pat-
jtersen, ;'!'. & v A t

Fauhus and 12 other governors

ot. southern and. border states be

gin formal sessions later lxday.tof

meir annual conierence. j;,
Faubus said he das not discuss discussed
ed discussed the, Little Rock situation with
other governors and does not ex expect
pect expect the Integration issue to come
before the meeting. ,. ... Ju
The conference" chairman, Gov.
Luther Hodges of North Carolina,
said, however, that integration and
states' rights probably will be dis discussed,'
cussed,' discussed,' if only "in the corridors."
The conference tries to confine
its formal .agenda to matters on on-which
which on-which there is some "unanimity
of South," Hodges said, .
i Faubus left Little. Rock yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, spent the night in Atlanta and
flew here in an. Arkansas National
Guard' plane today, accompanied
by Hodges.' -.. ,

Faubus said yesterday that he
was "apprehensive" that there
would be violence in T.iftU nu.- it

Negro students tried to attend Cen Central
tral Central High School. :
If trouble occurred h tA '. .t

pould be up to local authorities to
cope with it although the National
Guard could "possibly" ba callerf

t,n it 1 1 r T,

Gov. .Theodore McKeldin of Ma

ryland.'whD has been critical of
Faubus, said he agreed that the
governors would take up, at least
informally, the Integyation Va n d
stages' rights issues. 1
t McKeldin, one the three Re-

puuucans at. tne conitrence, said

the topics might arise during dis
CUSSinn of" the. mletfinn1 "fan

Southerner Be Elected President?"

Gov. Raymond 0.' Gary of Ok

lahoma said Faubus "had 1 no

other choice but to abido by the
Supreme Court dtcition" calling
for "gradual desegregation s -of
Schools. v

Regardless of thi governors
personal feelings. by that I mean

tne southern governors- the bst
thing for everyone to do is to start

getting ready to abide oy the u
premcr Court ruline'; Garv said.

-'.'That'i what 'we have been' do

ing in Oklahoma,." he said. "The
people have accepted it and we're
getting along fine." : ; ...
, Go. -Thomas B. Stanley of Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, refused to pomment. onthe
little. Rock issue. "All. I can do

is put my efforts on what we ought
to do m Virginia,;' he said.

,, FAUBUS GIVES VIEWS
v Faubus laid the NAACP 'find
ethers" fomented the strife irt
Littte Rock by alerting ; n w s
. ssrvices and radio and televi television'
sion' television' networks to the news yelue
of the integration at Central
High.
"They alerted the United Press

the Associated Press and the ra

dio aad TV networks ..trvine to

,. .

mane an example, oi tne Little
Rock, situation," Faubus said..
"Then vou had j .bntt)e?rniinvi

of the contending) lotces,"
: He- said the Justice Department
"entered the situation inproperly"
after the NAACP had stirred Jt up.-

, tf' I doti't kndw if the school will
be integrated today but I am ap apprehensive;
prehensive; apprehensive; that disorder and viol
ence will occur if the Negroes go
back,"; Faubus said, .v. t-i-

' have i appealed to the Negro t
parents and the -NAACP to allow''
a cooling ; oft period before' they
n4nr a iFak iirhoi Vina kaoia n- ttfanitiA ;

'them by the court.', t j

' REPORTS FOLLOWING

.Faubus said he' pad vreceivedT
support for "his stand from all over

the nation and that 98 per cent of t
ihic mail onrl .oloirrft irtie fnnm nnrfh

...A. ..(... u w ..... V . .. u .
of ;the. MasO"Dixon Jin'e was fav favorable.'
orable.' favorable.' 4ln ? )

Faubus said "polities'' led Dem

ocratic Chairman Paul Butter to

criticize him and President Eisen

hower for- their positions in the '?

fight over state versus -. Federal

Gov.. Hodges of North Carolina

said Butler was "undiplomatic" in
making his charges and that the

national chairman's "bringing up
this, thing"' -did hot do the Demo

crats any good.

'. But had nothing to say about a
move by two Southern party chair

men to unseat .Butler., ,.-,

Hodges said he had Heard &me
third narty" talk jv. recent rfav

but that none of it was 'organized.
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Clothes. for Needy
Poles Arrive-

From America

v23-

WARSAW, Poland.' Sent.

(UP) More thafl 105 : tons of

clothing : contributed for I needy :
Poles by Amercaa Catholie

groups' arived. at the port of

Gdynia ; today : abo .rd ,the V. s

freighter Mormaeno. it: was dia

closed here today.

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THE LONG WAIT Co-defendants ln the Confidential crim criminal
inal criminal libel trial. Fred and Marjorie Meade, wait for the empty

Jury box la the background to be filled with the six mia And
six women who tatXf vp the Jury l Lot Angeles.

The Arkansas envernnt- -Klamarl

the NAACP fdr stirring up the peo people
ple people Of Little Rock before the nhA.

uled start of integrated schooling

cwij uiis monin inn caia th inet.

ice Department aggravated- "the

situation. ; i :.

Faubus also said that the rv.

pie of Arkansas" believe the dis

patching of a North Dakota Fed-

erar Judge, Ronald N. Davies, to

oea. wnn tne Little Rock matter
was a planned affair. i .
"A judge with some, undersUnd undersUnd-mg
mg undersUnd-mg of the' problem would bave

$341 Million Spent'
By U.S. In Britain;
During Fiscal Year

LONDON, Sept'2l (UP)J.Aine!-

ica miutary spending in Britain
toulted more than Ml million dol dollars
lars dollars in the fiscal veae .nKn-r

June 30. the US. Information
service reported here yesterday.
,3? "iw the expendi expenditures
tures expenditures included iu.finn nm in ,,...

paid to British civiliae employes
of U-S. military establishment

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The new tailoring department of Novedadej Calif or-;-Wa
was- successfully Inaugurated Saturday.
. ; The new' department i ii beint manned by tallofs and
: cutters' who are experts In making suits and slacks. The
. wide assortment of fabrics of the highest quality betas ol ol-V'Tered
V'Tered ol-V'Tered by the new department assurer its continued sue-
tin observance of the inauguration, foVJ the rest 'of this
:month arid all through' October, ten per cent will b ot-
fered on the price of all uniforms for members of the Arm-
ed Forces f the United States. ; ; f -"

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