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nocks Zone He
Tn b nhnne-to-Dhone campaign,
munKin Tooinnnairp Bob SteVens
Qtprrfiiv called on residents t of
s community. .-:--'
i Th rpsnnnsp was overwhelming.
i big in fact that today a truck
as making its rounds in Los Rms
itherintr clothing, candy, cigar-
f rash and toilet articles so
sperately needed by the ill farm
, irnrrick. who had saved 17
ars in the Army, worked also
? a civilian employe until he was
iffed." He then purchased' a
rm in Panama where he settled
mm Th in p went from bad to
r ftpr hn was stricken with
ilio which left him paralyzed fee-
w the waist. '
j when the American -Legions
ost No. 1 heard about the case
The Canal Zone's- Iminigra-
nn .-.( Dt.inn todav ha a youtn
il vLsitor:' ten-year-old .Juan
Rio Frio" Navarette of sme-
l.-ict Tmiarifir 1 i 1' "i'"
, However, the youth, will mly
e a guest mere ior w wc-n-o,
fter which time he will bft sent
irk home.- 'v'':''-;" -;
It all came about because Juan
Pnt. nn board the British
fritter Tern three 'day ago,
n i ocked for nermisslon to talte
nsp whUe the ship. was being
n rte'd. Since no one paid any
nous attention to him, he was
i When Juan woke up, the-Terh
as eight hours at .sea. ine
omesick little sboy was brought
efore Capt A. P. Paterson who
sued orders to make the young
.owaway comfortable. He was
iven clothes and fed, and by
lie time the ship reached Bal Bal-oa,
oa, Bal-oa, en route to Tampa, lnd lnd-parted
parted lnd-parted crewmen had given, him
True pocket moneys 'I'J
Local agent lor the Tern, L.
:. Cofer, said today that Juan
ill sleep at the quarantine
ation, according to Canal Zone
p.u!atlons-until he can be re-;
inert home. Cofer said he exH
ected the Esmeraldas back in
wo weeks at ; which time the
oy wlll.be put aboard, i : Jt v
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I F;::l Oil Pbr.lJ .:
1 Lnnj $:
GHAXD RAPffiS. 'Mich.. Sepi
7 if ) KaeuiR. tnunaenng ou
.res appareniiy touched off by
a arson si s torcn swept iwu
:ran:i Kapids area oil companies
at nicht and early today.
No serious injuries were report-
i. v: nais saia more man aau,
i gallon p fuel oil were de de-"vpd.
"vpd. de-"vpd. They placed damage at
? than a lilf-miHipn dollars.
"This is definitely arson,"
rara lispias lire cmci rranK n.
jrr sa.d after surveying the
roe. At a precautionary mea mea-;re,
;re, mea-;re, r ce stationed 'guards at
. e i r.ing two dozen oil eom-
v -e yards is the area.
. blast last night tore
. Cornell Oil Co. eboot
t- vt here, Witnesses
i t r i-, a two -?mUe area
n-l 11 V. UC f BUlilU
' n i I) erplttding. '. . j
A. : er bi early today struck
e r Eruc?e Oil Co. on thej
i :e oi town, m-e miles
. .-. r Tun
, THECITV OF THE
INTERNATIONAL AIRWAYS i S
g?1 Of Starting
, Citizens from, Los Rios today Were going all-out
to help a destitute American farmer who is in Cotgas
Hospital suffering from (severe malnutrition, among
other illnesses. t ., b, H
Shortly, after the case of William A,-Herrick,
who looks as if he had bew," prisoner-of-war, came v
to their attention, they decided to act. ';
they- made arrangements to hae
the; 54-year-old Herrick hospitaliz hospitalized,'
ed,' hospitalized,' and started enlisting other aid
with a view toward having the des destitute
titute destitute man repatriated to his home
town in Maine, after he receives
the vital j medical care he needs.
. Herrick's Panamanian wife was
Sent to an institution -. after she
broke down as a result of their
desperate situation. , r
4 'It's amazing how quickly peo people
ple people responded," a Legionnaire com commented
mented commented tocrayi "I guess most were
shocked to find such a thing could
They. haven't decided as yet
whether they will deposit all the
donated items at Herrick's, bed bedside
side bedside later in the day, or give them
to him a little at a time, '
At the Balboa Police Station,
where the entire move really start
ed, a collection is also being made
among the men for Herrick. This
w?s spearheaded by a substantial
ct xk donated by the Mation tom tom-n
n tom-n i'Vr, Police Captain Uenjamin
A. .....i'l'tn. '. fv, I . iv
'! lne region savs iniy are re
ceiving many private calls as
well as inquiries : by organizations
as to providing more assistance
to the American. It is understood
the Army, too, is Interested, in do
ing us on. i - r; &. t
Whatever Happens ow. Herrick
will surely be convinced thathere
are generous sympathetic people
on the Canal Zone side of the bord
er who are jiever too busy to lend
a helping hand when It is needed
Algiers' f urcpeans
Enreqed By Plans
For Hope Rule Law
ALGIERS.' SepV 27 (UP A
new wave of mass anger- mounted
among European residents today
against the government's propos
ed Algerian "nome rule" out signs
that tension was" growing were
seen in a;uurry;.n "open letters-'
and communiques released last
night by 'key groups voicing the
colonists'; opposition to the bill.
now up for debate in the National
Assembly! in Paris. ,.
An open letter wa s directed at
France's' President Rene Coty .by
a dozen f. powerful organizations.
including war veterans' societies
student associations and the Fed'
eration of Mayors of the Algiers
department. ; r
The emotion filled letter d
clared that aruppeal to the French
President was the last restort of
French residents in Algeria a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst -the proposed Algerian law.
Observers agreed that the let letter
ter letter expressed the feelings of many
Europeans here who fear that if
the new, "framework" bill Is pass passed
ed passed it will 'start drastic political
changes which will leave them de-
lenseless... 4 -j- ,;'.vi
ing Sdii Asks
Ike For 'Kilmer!
Policy In Syria V
DAMASCUS, eyria, Sept. 27
(UP) Saudi Arabia's King
Saud has asked President Eisen-
hower to follow a "milder" poll-
cy towards Syria, lnionnea'
sources saia way.
Saud wound up a day of In Intensive
tensive Intensive talcs on the Middle
Eastern situation yesterday with
Ira qui premier-FadU At jamau
and Pyrian leaders.
Informed sources said .tnst
during the taiss he had revealed
t Cornell explosion" both that in a personal message to
- uujer icontrol by 2 Eisenhower he was "dissatls-
t.,.v. tied" with the United States at-
;ar,ds of persons watched, titnde towards Syria.
battled tie two fires i -Western reports have Inter-
rTpted the errtet mo-Preted recent Army changes In
t -i r'ice. firemen, KedjSyrlaaS ind'eations the country
s-1 CivJ Defense person- ia enterln the Soviet bloc. 6y-
- a tornado struck in A-'rlan official sources strenuously
"-v denied thia,
'V,. J AN INDEPENDENT THE Xi DAILY -NEWSPAPER i -V
" "Let te people
DOG'S DAY-Since this Is National Dog Week, Spotty the disappearing dog from Herrick Road Ancon, has once, more
made a bid for freedom.-He has been missing fo several days. Here Is he fcshpwn on a recent weekend at Wlr
with another member of, the Smith family, three-year-old Nicky. , (Photo by Jean gauey
- a MEETING- was being he'd
today 'hy Hie" Justicss of the
Second Superior Tribunal to, act
on a' request Irom their cPl cPl-ipiumi
ipiumi cPl-ipiumi 'justice vitelio de Gracia,
that he De excused from presldJ
in over the WW Oi KUDen u.
Miro and, the- othendefendants
In the president Remon Assas Assassination
sination Assassination Wal.te&ite:ff$i-;
la! a surprise mow -yesterday
De Gracis said be was pulling
)out of the case after being the
object el a systematic 14 14-month
month 14-month campaign of villiflca villiflca-tlon
tlon villiflca-tlon because be did Hot want
his presence te be. used as an
excuse for delaymr the start
of tbe trial on Oc"t. 2L. A
Bnth Miro and 'ills -lawyers
have reneatedly objected to De
Graok as the presiding Judge,
nnrin his historic press con
ference in' the Carcel .Modelo,
Miro aald that he nn nos name
the real, assassins of President
Remon if De Gracia is the ,pre
siding judge.,;.;;,,;;' ;
Miro Is also scheduled to stand
trial on Oct. 15 on charge 0:
abuse and disrespect to the
PresidentVThe charges arose out
of a letter published tn an op opposition
position opposition newspaper. Mirp admit admitted
ted admitted authorship of the letter. bi(t
denied authorizing Its publican
tion. v .:' J.,!"--
fioardlnar students at the Iris
Professional sohool yeaterday
called off their hunger swiKe
over the unpalatable food they
were being orrered at mealtimes.
. . . 1 J. I. Mm
ricaen oi niacDti ci i i-eulty
eulty i-eulty members from entering
the school yesterday antil mft mft-,
, mft-, er an agreement was reached
between a student delegation
and Education Ministry offi officials
cials officials and tbe director ef the.
high school. ..
' Th striklns- students said to-"
dav. food elven to them at sup-
pertime yesterday had improved
consiaeraDiy over me uuai iare.
They had charged that previous previously
ly previously they had been offered un unwashed
washed unwashed rice, tough meat without
gravy, wormy lettuce and other
lmnniatahie food. Y t sterdav.
thew aid. the ricerwas.dean and
mod mi&Ptv. and the meat
edible. :.'.- ; ;
Qne newspaper quoted stu-j
dents M complaining that they
were fed foOd donated by CARE
and forced' to seif raffles, among
other things. v ; ,
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Add To Population
gexevA, Iwftserlaad (UP)
Enough lives to populate a eity
!ti)e rz f Wsshingtoa have been
saved ia the list, live years by
health eampa'ens hich have
halved the morta!;'!y rate tram
eontagiwit d;seei, he World
,HeaIUi OrgacuaUoa rsporUd te-
know the truth and the
PANAMA, Jl. P.i FEIDAT,
CZ Woman Runs Down Her
Lost: items At;5 RP; Mark'et;-
A Panamanian woman who waf
complainant today in a petit
larceny case was cpmplimented by
Judge John E, Peming in the Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Magistrate's Court or .trackr
down the items stolen frtm un
derneath, her Curundu quarters.
4 The Judge i also smilingly sug suggested
gested suggested that perhaps the police de
partment should find ; a place for.
the enterprising gerafina de -Al
len, ;,.,.; .vr ;.g:;-t'vv?i 's'-'i &Jti
When a bah of shoes,' two sets
of men's underwear and one sheet
were stolen from underneath, her
house; at Quarters 2069-A in Cu
rundu, the ark-- haired 1 d y
promptly went down to toe ran-
ma pubue market m searcn 01 w
lost items, p ',1' i 1 ( -t
.' She found them' there, and was
able to tur them over to tbe no
lice, to be -used as evidence against
Francisco -Solis The 83-year t old
Panamanian bad been sicked up
yesterday en a charge of loitering
around the Curundu i.swimmmg
dooI bath bouse without legitimate
business to be there. He was giv
en five flays la. jail,
ay, because owners or mner
property 'which' was- stolen from
clotheslines in Curundu was claim claimed,
ed, claimed, three-charges of petit larceny
were filed against" him. He-; was
sentenced to spend a total of 55
days i JsiL -''.-ft..
Besides the theft from Mrs tie,
Allen, Solis also picked up -' blue
jeans, shirts and a manress cov cover
er cover from 7-3-D ia Curundu which
belonged .te.Elss Reyes. The, in
terns were vaiuea '.-
The third theft, from 703-A in
RtTENOS 'Aires.. Areentiaa,
Sept. 17UP A 24-hour nstion nstion-wide
wide nstion-wide general strike called by 2
unions i upportof wage demands
by communications workers, was
only partially effective today.
The s!kout siartea ai t w e
mtaute alter midnight, ana pro
ceeded peacefully under the waicn-
ftii vm at irmed air force and
.rm trn The onlv. trolenee!
a ficht last nieht .a men gj
railway workers K oca no over)
whether to Join the walkout, .and :
S short-lived brawl by soma young
hoodlums in Buenos Aires. Private ousea operaiaa aimosi previous debate bad snow a me
Observers estimated that fewer no nornal schedule. -.. ilaw could not he modified. There There-thaa
thaa There-thaa 2 roiiticm persons Joined the Crowds accumulated at the ma- fore, be said, the Government was
trik while more than that ram-' jor "railroad- terminals, but- they asking -for a- vote of confidence
br continues; to work throughout
the country. -, : t v i "i -A -x.
1 ,:,."- Troops guarded the major
Ths eationwidt strike developed 'tra asportation depots, irom watch
uniformly in all- major cities, but mora ad mora vehiciea and traina
: ;i (tandooiat -it' poured each hour.
was considered a failure,
in eeneral. industrial workers-for
backed the spikes arui white col
lar werkrri iored it.
tatiiwi. aid doced it packinc.tfjrripS facility functiaaad
ioduitrial asd texUle pUnts. f a
country is safe Abraham Lincoln,
SEPTEMBER 27, 195?
and Aw pairs uf shorts 'This was
the 'probfrty- of Irena Toothman.
The first theft had occured bept,
17, Jthe others," oit' Wednesdav,;
'- f. "j, 1 1 ii in i mi p lnwf-w"iTiv ..
3 More Airmen pie
US Navy Announces
LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) The
V.'rS. Navy announced today three
more airmen were killed yester yesterday
day yesterday when their Navy A3D super super-sonic,
sonic, super-sonic, Skywarrior crashed On the
deck Of the carrier Forrestal off
Norway, burst into flames and
plunged into th sei.V
It was the latest of a series of
eranhet durMf NATO maneuvers
in Arctic waters in which four oth other1
er1 other1 American planes, and ten Ait-
men were lost.
Tn the latest accident the Sky.
warrior was coming in for a land
Ing when it struck an approach
lighK. skidded across- me caniea
deck, Burst into ames ana sum sum-ered
ered sum-ered across the deck and into the
r Navy ofCcials,sald" a'serch wss
called off yesterday for wreckage
and additional bodies of Navy in
era involved in two midairt colli
siens of four, planes earlier this
week. There were no survivors.
Only two bodies- were found. V
it failed to hat activities in banks,
stores, offices and Government
1 The Government was able to
keep" transportation facilities go going.
ing. going. Newspapers appeared as a a-sual,
sual, a-sual, and radio and televi television
sion television broadcast were normal."
Municipal transport -was tied up
i Buenos Aires 'early in the day.
But i inspectors and
guarded by aoldiert
armed wita. lommyguns, aao me
subway system operation almost
nor many cy a.m. ;
were gradually -reduced ia aiia as'oa
Major departmesl storea opened
business, annougn aoopping
crowds were smaiier man usual. uboo, rasurance company nausue nausue-Small
Small nausue-Small stores and businesses also nm report. The life expectation of
re OP, ano leiepnrma iiQ
Uvely free eg asncuity, jinsursaca ua,
Students Stage r:
r.lnrch At Vl Vii,
-iAbout 4uu- students. al..Wei.e,h
I gh -school
emtit Wegroes tday.
tand marched tnr-ousn me my
business district carrying; t i gyv j
we support ume
RnrV " i
'- Mavor B; F. toward and the
school nrincinal tried .unsuccess
fully to reason with the demon
strators and persuade them to at
tend classes5 -.
The Mavor save up "in dl s
gust at the rejection, of his plea
and left the schooL :
Princioal W. Richardson said
the eight negro students returned
meir- noraen snonur uiw me
demonRtratinn .. becan.
.The school has a total enroll
ment of 1.220.
' Meanwhile, classes returned to
normal, at Bluefield High School
in Blufield. W. Va... where anti-in
tegration demonstrations took
place yesterday the 10 Wegro stu
dents mere attenueu classes io
On Algerian Reform
. rAKlS. Sent. Z7 ur rie
mier Maurice Bourses Maunoury
demanded an unexepcted single
vnt at ennfidnnee todav on the
provisions of .his Algerian reform
bill ai it now tands.
The deputies a creed to. vote
Mondav. ; t
- The Premier's' move virtually
shut off all further debate on the
issue, and brouebt immediate cries
of "dictator": against him t r o m
Rleht. Wma members t tne a
The compromise Algerian Dill
had been worked out in confer
ence with the nation's political
leaders Ja the past week. Right-
wingers were not fully satisfied
witr the oronesed Jaw. and had
hoped to weakea it through a
mendments in the assembly.
It had been believed Boarges
Maunoury would ask for separate
votes on the various controversial
provisions of the bill, thus giving
the opposition a chance to chal
lenge him at each point to make
the law more acceptable to tnem.
They fear the bill as it now stsnds
wi'l bat vntiilv ta
dependence. i .x'
But Bourges Maunoury told
itne assemmy in it anenwoa ina
Urn text as it stands.
Llfl lXPICTANCY yi
NEW YORK (TJP)-Average life
fame of Amerieaaa has been la
ere aa 6y about zo years smee
Disin oora now u jttrt, ac-
rels-jcordirg to the JtetropoliUa.Lile
1 f- 1 s v V -"V, i
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.f Sept 27 (OP) Federal agents
investigated today Mayor
charges that 0 close friend of Gov. Orval Faubus was a
"principal agitator" of last Monday's violence at Cen Central
tral Central High School.- ; r- t--..
- d The '.friend is James T. Karam. Mann made the
charges in a telegram last Monday to Attorney General
Herbert Brownell Jr. FBI agents, it was learned, are check-
ing out the charges.
Students returned to Central High this morning for
their third day of integrated classes. All was calm in the
school area as the nine Negro children were driven to the
main entrance io an Army station wagon convoyed by two
jeeploads of paratroopers.
A few white students standing on the steps clapped
arid shouted what sounded
Today, for the first time, the
Negro youths walked from the sta station
tion station wagon, to the door without an
armed escort. The number of 101st.
Airborne 'Division troops ringing
the school was noticeably reduced.
A reporter estimated aboufcf one
company of 200 men wwe man-
nin" the -'porimrter. wb"r at Vast
- j, x. .; ayonets on wedncs-
The sid. wi"s outide the'pen the'pen-'metcr.
'metcr. the'pen-'metcr. .5 whei e '; Irotrps drove back
sullen crowds w tho first day of
integration, weije virtually., empty
this morning :
in a counter charger Faubus last
pighf accused a Little, Ifock- news newspaper
paper newspaper editor, the Mayor and a
former Governor,' of f 'heavy res responsibility
ponsibility responsibility for the troop movement
The former governor, Sid Mc
Math, described Fsubus nation-,
wide radio-TV, speech as "highly
inflamatory." Ha said it was signi significant
ficant significant that Faubus waited until the
end of ris speech to all) for calm
ness- but preceaea ms pies wnn
remarks "calculated to arouse the
emotions of the peopjo to an even
higher pitch." i
Editor Harry Ashmore of the
Arkansas Gazeztte denied any rm
nlication in President .Eisenhower's
decision to federalize the state mi
litia sod fly in airborne army
His newspaper this morning said
editorially -it "deplores the pre
sence of federal troops on tne
streets of Little Rock far more
strongly than Mr. Faubus did in
his speech last night' ...
"Tha day Orval Faubus put
arnwd and uniformed .man a
round Central High School under
hi rnrsonal erder ta nullify the
order HI a United Statas District
Court ha Invited a show of
farce," the Gazette said. "Whan
he refused ta accept the concilia conciliatory
tory conciliatory gwsturas' ef a mild and pa patient
tient patient president ho made such a
shew certain. New wa have it."
FBI agents- refused to comment
on Faubus charge 'that the FBI
held Children incommunicado, caus
rng their parents to. become fran
tic. -. v;V'.- : -ft
The wrath of the ercwd that be
sieged Central Monday lorced the
withdrawal of the nin Negroes
three hours after they had started
classes.".-. ? -:-. v 1
President Eisenhower the next
day ordered 1.000 troops, of the
101st Airborne Division : to Little
Rock to integrate the school and
federalized the 9,900 mea on the
Arkansas National Guard and Air
Guard as reserves.
This was the third day the Ne
groes have attended school under
the bayonets of Airborne troopers.
There was no violence yesterday
and fewer than 50 onlookers, --
Karam flatly denied Manns
charges. He said he went -to Cen
tral Monday ta check an the' safe-l
ty of bis 14-year-old daughter and
16-year-old-son and left rem mere
when he was -aastrred f hey were
all right. -'- ..-
2 British Comets
Compete In Florida
' ORLANDO, Fla. (CP) Five
Royal Air Force crews, prepared
today to compete wita tha- U.S.
Strategic Air Command ia pre-
cisioa bombing tests over Florida.
Twe Comet II jets earryiag M air airmen,
men, airmen, si officers and thtr Crews,
landed at Piaerast!e ATB Kir
Orlando Wednesday aTter a
Utop flight ttaa Norther frekasU
' i 1 i
Woodrow Wilson Mann's
like friendly greetings as the
faubus, In a nation wide tale tale-vision
vision tale-vision and radio spaxh last
night, urged the paepla ef Little ;,
Rock to accept the "military ec
eupatlon" af thalr city, tn a.
'friendly, paacaful wannar.""
, He said in a news conferenca t
after the speech ihat the tronn.
may be ,nL., ... J.o k vsi mini
as eight months, until school lets i
out m June. ,
V As to whether he expects trouble
to break out all over again when
the troops leave, he said:
,.v If enough time elapses for a -cooung-off
period it may be that
everything, will be peaceful when-
the troops are withdrawn. I ttt-.
tainly hope so." I
Crisis Nothing ;
To Cheer Abbut
. WASHINGTON, Sept 27 7P
jjeteusa secretary Charles E.
wiison said todav ha hnn
x-cucrai troops wiu not nave tx
stay much longer in Little Rock
mj a ..." . -r--m
He said emnhatleallv that
does not expect recular Arm
troops to be used elsewhere In
Wilson said In dlscussine with
newsmen the use of Federal
troops in tbe Little Rock school
integration crisis that "there la
nothing for anybody to cheer
He made. It blalnlv elear thnt :
he iS JinhftDDV at the whole turn
of events.;. A.
Asked if naratroonera nt th
101st Airborne Division will re
main in Little Bock long, Wilson
said; i hope not, but nobody
can tell" . 7
When asked whether the Ar
my is expected to send regular
troops anywhere else tn the
South, he replied with a tern
"no." ; -.
As for the usa of troona In
Little Rock, Wilson said there
was "nothing else you could do.
Wtteon was asked If MaJ. Geiu
Edwin A. Walker in command -of
the troops at Little Rock,
could replace tne 401st airborne
unit with national guardsmen
on his initiative.
He replied that Walker could
withdraw the regulars but could
not return -the paratroopers tq
Ft. Campbell, Ky. without Wash
Hip's Former ;
Teacher Quils Reds
LONDON, Sept. a (UP) Ona
Nof Pnace Ptii.p's Jormar school
teachers has quit the Commu&at
arty after U fears, it was
Peter Smith, 42, aa a s t r at
GordoBstoun Academy in Scot Scotland,
land, Scotland, announced -fee. was leaving
the party because of 'the? Sovtt
interveutiea ia Hungary, irnith
taught inathematica wHn tHa
Duke af Edmburrt aMeH Cord-
eostoue heiara w erid u XL
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..... iTyna.carf voihKr" mRt. hftVB lust been through
this business of becoming a parent for very first tlm and
be is due every consiacr&uon ur r.
But before knocking the very fine obstetrical service at Oor-
stas and the doctors, ne wuuju uu u ku .rv ----
5fr.rrr.rrj .lT-..,. U- tho i a we -run derjartment.
wieir recum e"yo "-- :i;4l4 .v.. mm
Any patient wliose regular w w w, ." "XSrh hiJ
ewta it. Ifthere are inoications that the delivery will be tiU-
jeH.M '' ..i, thnr an all riifflr.nlt frOm
' '. e,l 'i-.1 IF J.
- -V i y''
By VICTOR RlESEL
1 i. ..ntlnhlA nttnfVliar ftnpr1A.M5it,
- Any Qualified doctor can take care of a normal delivery, and
1 Till "doctors at Gorgas come from accredited schools.
2Z2. Hnwver Snce ''father- takes for granted that the doctor
' $aegSZa the patient and refused to come" he probably wants
i t'tSwif gripe. How much more probable is it that, not being
it duty, he went to a snow or 10 vibiu ku,
tfrLT- !l? -an.l Mn rinctfirs will come when called Just to
.; Aivuw WcV,"""irL 4X thot their fOllPB
? V ak a paUent happy, ewn when they know that their colleague
J 'Kon duty Is Quite capable of looking after the situation.
,, Nobody can possibly-expect that any person will work 24
i heurs a day 365 days a year. I'm sure "Father" wouldn't do that
r in Ua Job; whatever It Is He expects his time for rest and relax-
,iJ nhcfatrirsl Henart.mpnt. mltcht do very Well to
' eive a Drtnt'ed notice to each patient on arrival, telling them
- T . 4.u nnnth mill- nnt. npnAK-
, tnat tne aociors wno namuw wreui """"" rtlT.w-r
aarily be the one to do the delivery. This would save disappoint
7 ents for those who are incapable of figuring that this is alway
p??-- : gaJttef,ea Mother
an austere Gesture to their
truck driving followers the Team
sters Union leaders ire roughing
it this time by meeting in last
year s hotel on tne Miami tieacn
Gold Coast. Uut mere was loua
wall-to-wail carping behind the
closed doors o. thp hotel's grand
suite as the Tea mo chiefs battled
it out for control ol the billion dol dollars
lars dollars in cash, assets and special
funds owned Or -dominated by the
international union and its locals.
These boys are realists. If they
are throw out of the AFL-CIO
and the union splits, they want to
know who gets the billion dollar
. OJelore I pass on a oiow-Dy-biow
description ol this unreported bat-
Ue which took au morning ot tne
irst meeting of tne union's special
constitutional committee, let me
total up the bood e tor. you. 1
The national Teamster outfit It
self has ahsut fcO.000,000 in assets.
The Teamsters' marble embassy
in Washington cost 1,500,000, For
some reason this was a million
dollars more than was originally
estimated, but who am I to move
in on the McCie'lan Committee's
jurisdiction? The marble palace
stands on ground which cost the
union $353,000 back in the reces
sion of 1949. The estimate now is
twice that much. Other unions who
boueht land in Washington a few
years later paid a milion dollars
lor less va'uaoie plots.
' The teamsters' central tree tree-tury
tury tree-tury has over $39,000,000 which
does not include cash and real
estate In the territories ocupled
by nt provincials. For example,
Dave Beck's home alone cost
the union 1 wall oyer $200,000,
though the official value seems
to bo $163,000.
PLEA FOR DONATIONS
Throuph this medium I would wish to thank
public for iheir contributions during the past.
- As this time of the year is once more drawing near, I solicit
v6ur aid lb the fom ox casn aonauons, ciuwnng im umwcu
and adults, and other articles of prime necessity mat wm De
used to make the less Jortunate of .our community happier. -There
are always many "persons who are anxiously waiting
a wvin. a it for Vip1i riiirlno! the vear. Since the Lord had
blessed us5ffith His gifts. It Is only in our places to help make
mm nnn an needv pnlOV life.- '
' I know that this petition .will not go unheeded by .fliose who
ara willing to give as freely as they Mve Received.
, May the Lord richly bless you as you give towards f worthy
cause. Kindly send yur., contributions to-(any jf e ;jwiig
S-Captaln Syslln Taylor
, The Salvation Army, Colon 3rd Bt.
"' 1 ,' Telephone 1498, Colon, 7
'.' post .Office Box 1131
a Colon, Rep, de Panama
"hat much for the central trea-
. r Mnur rnm the local unions.
ie run only to $100,000 in cash
.ad a little more in reai estate,
.nt thprp am others, small ones
at that, like the New York milk
wagon drivers who have over $400,
000. And there are hundreds more
like Jimmie Hoifa'S outfit. These
run into big money. As Hoffa put
it during the light that ran all last
"My local union 299 nas a mil
lion bucks, and it stays witn me.
Nobody gets a penny of it wheth whether
er whether we stay in or out 'of the AFL-
Liu or any memuer mma... ; :
It isn't only the cash, it's the,
real estate and special hinds.
These Teamster locals own Dig
estates, big Wa'l Street portfolios,
buildings," automoDiies ana expeu expeu-sivA
sivA expeu-sivA business machines for their
hnntlteeDina deDartments. Not ,: to
mpntion-a few- bucks in wire-tap
ping equipment and some cacaes
ojiiimior wnicav a mt
. .! "" 1 ,P 1
jjjt p Cr 1' I j, J S, i i 1 '""J 11111 1 11 iiiiumnin u :
r S.1 f Nf A Service, toe. y
Walter WincKell In New Ybrit
Yours to serve,
SAN ANTIONO BUGLE
Autumn hit us this morning with a 10-degree drop in tem
perature and the state well soaked rafhs running as high stsisterj
ten Inches. .
After passing over a hundred miles of new road that Franl.c
wanted to see we ran into a part of the country where I worked
in early days, and at noon, we found a roadside Inn with auto automobiles
mobiles automobiles lined up on all sides and got in Jine. Had excellent meals
and prices also. We had iun out of 8an Antonio prices and the
farther we went -the higher they got. Arrived- at Houston and
found a good tourist court on the Galveston speedway with a
good eating house and a continuous line of cars passing like
mad both ways, looked like just to be going. So we slipped in the
current of traffic and wound up in Galveston non-stop, not a
crossing on the 50 miles over and under and If you got off you
had a feme getting Jack on. Crossed ship channel through tun tunnel.
nel. tunnel. Found a turnaround on other sde to accommodate tourists.
Dont go to Houston looking for anything cheap, it's a town
of wealth and everybody's chasing It. Invited to dinner by old
friend, waited dinner two hours for him, and gave It up.
Returned home six hours ahead of the rain, which has been
falling ever since. Neighbor said I had a visitor, didn't leave his
name. Description fits Mr. HaskHns and if I get my desire
next trip will be to the valley and Laredo. Not trying to read
for four days. Did my eyes a lot of good, but didn't help the
& Havent had a Panama American for so long I've forgotten
now they jook.
drv river bed. could float as Mis
sissippi show boat y
Bur the reef million pila up
In the welfare and pension funds
motly in pension funds which
now total several hudred. mil million
lion million dollars. This money doesn't
belong to the unions bu they do
have trustees -on the boards
which control the funds and tho
labor trustees usually control
These funds pile up at the rate
of 10 cent per hour per mart for
hundreds of thousands of Team-
THB BIO SHOW
Celebrities About Town: P r se-
Winning novelist James Jones
("From Here To Eternity") start
ling Park Avenue citizens with his
impeccable attire: xai'orea gien gien-plaid
plaid gien-plaid suit, white shirt, cin vat and
haircut. He usually parades the
swanky street In blue-jeans and
T-shirt ... Earths Kitt. needing po
lice help from autographers, cross
ing the speedway at Broadway and
49th... Mrs. Jack Benny, who calls
him "Dou" ... Mamie van uoren,
whose- trademark is taffy hair,
sighing: "It has to be bleached
twice week!"....' Errol Garner,
the pianotable (who commands as
much as $7,000 per), tellmg Har Harlem
lem Harlem intimates that over 50 Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan landlords- rejected his r ap applications
plications applications for tenancy "Peyton
Plarp" Author Grace Metauous a
Ifrazinjf veteran VnembeVs of : the
Saloon Set with, her vodka 'VtltUmertmterited Ethel's role; was shoe?,
These is a significant clause In
the Teamsters' constitution Ar Article
ticle Article 10. Section 15, under "Reor "Reorganization,"
ganization," "Reorganization," In effect, this says
that if a local goes out of the
Teamsters' International, its mon
ey and its property automatically
go into the bands of the national
office, which would be Jimmie
Hod a and company.
So Hoffa's opponent, New York's
Tnm Hirkpv wantprl thia rlnusp
revampea py me consiuuuouai Memos- ot a
committee. Hickey. argued that ev Philip Sousa, 3rd (on the staff p
Waiting for next week.
ery Teamster has a property right
in every dollar 01 the truck drlv
ers' own local and the national
kitty as we 1.
Hickey fought because his forces
expect to keep some 400,000 Team
sters in the AFL-CIO and not fol
low Hoffa's bloc When and if the
expulsion comes. Hickey argued
that every leamster should nave
the right to vote on whether he
stays m the AFL-CIO and if he
decides to stay in, he should get
a proportionate snare of the local
and national assets.
Hickey pointed out that his own
Leeal 807, not so long ago, trans
ferred 2400 over the road truck
drivers over to another union and
gave the new outfit $80,000 because
be lelieved that was the outgoing
men'i share of the local treasury,
figured at $35 a man.
At that point Hons shouted that
nobody gets a dollar if he doesnt
go alon4 with the top boys. Hoffa
won. j v v
But the final word on that will
come in the courts.
Sallies In Our AUpy: Eavesdrop
ped in. the Hotel Edison foyer.
Two burlesk comics were die piss
ing .the avalanche of newspaper
publicity for the new Ed s e l ...
"Wow I" exclaimed one. "what
buildub for a carl" ... A car?"
said the other other. "I thawt it
was a new sex!". .Repartee-hee
at Lindy's: "Howcum they don't
write those hot scandal stories
bout tv l stars?" w "They don't
last long enough!"
Broadway's Like This. Too
Jayne Turner is a looker, who
hroke, into show business in the
hallpt ot Rurtin CHv MiiaIp Hall
She also modeled for swank fash
ion mags to eat larger lunches...
But she wanted to act, so she in invested
vested invested some of her coin in voice
and speed) tuition at ah acting
school ... Jayne just landed her
first IB'way part ... In a new mu musical,
sical, musical, "Carefree Heart" ...She has
the role of a muter-
Time) and his wife are divorcing
after IS years. She's Dorothy La
Follette of the Wisconsin political
Clan.. Papers were filed in Cai...
Susan Strasberg, a Broadway and
Hollywood star at 17, will get a
$1,500' per week gurantee against
74 percent of the gross from her
next -opus, "A Time Remember Remembered.'1
ed.'1 Remembered.'1 She's 19 ... Songstress Joanne
Hill has been Mrs. J Mathews
(he's an exec at copltol Records)
since April ... White House aide E.
F. Morrow (first Negro appointed
to that post) will marry Chicago
socialite Catherine Gordon Boswell
... Vickey Paige of the '58 'Follies;'
a blondazzler, has medico Richard
Winter taking his owd tempera
ture ... Johnny Matbls is cooing
his song hit, "It's Not For Me To
Say," to Cheri Landry, a Los An
geles beaut ..Lily Damita's big
secret, romance is a realty tycoon
... By not working steady Ernie
Kovacs' income this year will be
near $350,000. 1
Heartache Street::.Lena Home's
understudy in the upcoming "Ja "Jamaica";
maica"; "Jamaica"; is .shapely Ethel, Aylcr,
who attracted the attention ob Le Lena's
na's Lena's producer by her performance
in "Simply Heavenly" when it 'was
an off-Broadway show ... Ethel
signed for "Jamaica" not knowmc;
Hea venly", would, njova to tne c
way arena u. Anna tngijsn, iwna
ed with, critical acclaim.
Cast of Characters: The elderly
man, who buys his same 7th row
ducat, for "Auntie, Mame" at p A
Droxerage ana nas seen it z times
...(Sid Shalit, shelving journalism
after 25 years, concluding his tv
critiques with: "We have only ne
defense for any columns wee
written that may have hurt an-en
tertainer's feelings. We m e a n t
them ...' Former acor-radio an
Times Square Confetti:: Movie
moguls shaking their beads over
D. 0 Selznick's enterprise in Ita Italy,
ly, Italy, where he hired regiments of
real soldiers at $2 a dav for "Fare.
well To Arms.'!, More than they
n. 1 i au- 1
get per ween in 1115 ivruiy... varoi
Bruce is directing her songs to pa patent
tent patent medicine heir John Andre ...
Eleanor Holm and 'Hatful of Rain'
author Mike Gazzo a surprise duet
all over the Hamptons ...M. Todd
spurned an offer of $100,000 from
a Vegas hotel to show; his "A
round the World", for 6 weeks.. J
New Yorker mag scribe R 0 g e r
Whittaker and Ellen Martin are
togethering again ... Russ Arno,
the new oriole; at EI Borrachd, is
Sinatra's protege ..i One of Mon Monday's
day's Monday's Susan Brooks items should
have read Sylvia..." Author Ursula
Parrott passed ; away in a- local
nosp last week.
. You wrote, me that vou would
like to learn more about thia part
of the worid.i I am now in a city
which I visited many years aso at
the end of World War I when I
started out as a young man to try
as I thought, to carry out some of
President Woodrow Wilson s ideals
about a war' to end war.
This city, called Salonika, was
then a great war base; It was the
seaport at Which the Allies mobi mobilized
lized mobilized a great army Which finally
advanced north into Serbia and
broke, the back of the Kaiser's
army ; : a '' ia-M i
And all about you in this city
when I arrived you saw the effect
of war. There were British troops
and French troops;- Indian Sikhs
with high tartans and long beards:
lndo j : Chinese roops wearing
straw bats: Italian troops with
high green hats; and white Rus
sian troops stranded in Salonika
by the Bolshevik revolution. ;
Outside the city I usrd to ride
for one hour through the Allied
war dumps looking for supplies
which might help rebuad Serbia.
For miles along. the sea coast, were
spread out the weapons, the tools
pt war railroad tie, -raiiroad
tracks, drums of gasoline, moun mountains
tains mountains of, drums, steel cable. Jopo
motives rusting in the sun, rail
road cars, artillery carriages-the
weapons of war that had taken
months to 1 accumulate and .- cost
millions of dollars. Now they were
wasting,' rotting -thc usual after
math of war. , t .
" There were ovon two thresh threshing
ing threshing machines which I persuaded
the British to. give me and I
took north to thresh the first
SerblAharvost after rh armi armi-fee.
fee. armi-fee. that was what this part of
Greece was like 38 veers ago.
Vow, caimor realize whot a war
does to a countryside uptJJ you
a city-, like Salonika: And I
hope you never will, s"
THE CHANGE FROM.4 WAR
Curtain, Calls; Ann, Blyth'S ten
der portrayal of Helen In Warner s
"The Helen Morgan Story." due
soon at tne Astor Vincent Lopez'
hew Coral l.p. album. His first m
17 years .w .''The Priw Is Right"
teevee show m which four pane
list "Did tor merchandise. The
one who comes closest to the re
tail price wins it...Martha Wright's
eye and ear appeal on the Jack
Paar frolic ... All of Lena Home's
dozen songs In the Broadway-bound
nouncer Earl Wing a Walgreen's
fizzician at uroaaway ana soin .-wsS).
from.'Parel, reporting: "'The .only lV .e"e,
great lovers in Fwnce are we a- f-. "i. ".r ZZ-??i. ..."
merican- tourist?" ... Gypsy Ro Xu""""-tJ? f,'th.
Lee's opinion of polygamy: -"It My .Mother Loved None of the
eniinda restful bsiders along Broadway were sur-
Street. Scenes: The 20 mutes who 1 90 flopt. Been rumors', of back
gather at night (somVmes until 2 stage feuding for weeks ... Ballet
a.m.) in front of the National Ho
tel on 7th near 42nd ... Some make
sDeeches in sign language. Strang.
est sight you ever gaped at.. The
crowda watching the ocelot .going
thru, its feline foolin' in the win window
dow window of a 57th Street pet shop. The
price tag around its necx: u..
The E. 28th Street tonsorialist with
the unusual names "No EmMr
rassment Barber Shop" ... The
newest Greenwich Village saloon,
"The Sceakeasv.'V Iff has the flav
or of the FlaDoer era. Prop is
James Paul Eilers, ene of the
town's top ten male-models...The
amusing jurtaposition of stage
doors on W, 44th: "The Most Hao Hao-py
py Hao-py Fellal is right next door- to
ew GiA la Town." ;'
" "-Pratants ."
. VICTOR BOA H i
tod His Combo -FRIDAY,
SATURDAY and SUNDAY
Across from the
"EI Panama" Hotel
FOR 10 DAYS ; v
from Sept. 25th
AH merchandise reduced nisny
dancer Beverly Sims has agent
Steve Yates doing arabesques
Paul Draper is doing jury duty at
City Court on Chambers St .
Rides there on a bike ... Irony
Dept: "Lady Is A, Tramp," Sina Sinatra's
tra's Sinatra's show-stopper -in I'Pal Joey,"
ia from "Babes In Arms". Every
male in the Cafe Pierre panted
watching Doris Day lunching a-
lone ... From Bosley Crowther's
movie review In the N.Y. Times:
hero wins the sultry one not
by fustian magic." (He means
pompous)'... Tony Bennett rates
being tested for the lead hi Hal
Wallis' "A Stone For Danny Fish Fisher"
er" Fisher" movie ... Lloyd Shearer is put
ting "The Memos of DVO. Sels Sels-nick"
nick" Sels-nick" into what promises to be an
amusing book...Steve Allen a wait-ress-spottisg-a-celebrity
niaht was hilarious ... Jsf hear a-
bout the Spaceman,, who landed on
swisny lire Island and laiseuo a:
"Take me to your QucenP ; .
Sounds in the Night: At The Lit Little
tle Little Club: "He's making money fas faster
ter faster than he can count it But hot
faster than be can drink It" .-At
the Composer: ''I think that's his
Fairy Godfather" At Ruben's:
"Remember way back when you
hadda go to a cocktail party to get
the latest gossip?" ...In the "My
Fair Lady" lobby "This Is the
sort of show where the intermis intermission
sion intermission feels like an interruption"-...
At The Imoeriale: "I guess Billy
Graham's Sin Crusade was a flop.
I fed lust as Sinful as ever"... At
the Eden Roc: "What a dull week!
Everybody's wife is away."
- This week I came back? I found
a new city. The houses had been
rebuilt- The streetcar tracks had
been pulled up replaced by bus buses.
es. buses. The Turkish cobblestones had
been smoothed out- The two A A-merican
merican A-merican destroyers (hat were tied
ud to the- docks as late as six
years; ago -generating 'electftcity
ioc tne town, were gone replaced
by a modern electric, light plant.
And out along the hav where the
Allied supply dumps once stretch stretched
ed stretched mile after mile, I rode along
mues ana miles of little farms,
patches 01 corn,; cotton and to
bacco. -' t.
Up the Vardar River just out outside
side outside Salonika I visited a dam be being
ing being 'huilt by the Gjeek Govern Government
ment Government with- American aid, ? under
the direction of an American en
gineer, Forrest Vamey of Sacra Sacramento.
mento. Sacramento. Fof hundreds of years the
Vnpriawi hoi meht. Awn t' tit a
Jset and no one even bothered to
harness its strength or use its wat water
er water for irrigation.
t have seen bombed bridges and
decrepit locomotives lying"'in the
Vardar. blasted there 'by the Ger
mans and the Bulears. Nobody
ever oomerea to remove them as
the water rushed over fhem. And
oue nrgni wnen n was coio and
the wind was howlingt down the
mountain pass and our locomotive
hauling a Jugoslav train ran short
of steam, j carried water in petrol
tins from the- Vardar' to fill the
boiler of the "Amerakanka"
which means ''American lady"
the flame given byr the Serbs be
cause the locomotive was made m
Well, the unruly Vardar will
bo harnessed now and Its wa wafers
fers wafers will fAptll out peacrMly ov over
er over tho : plains of Macedonia t
help feed the Crtek people.
lean Ambassador and the Frin
Minister onen the trade fair
was like the Gaithersburg fair
nr.. .1 1
was sorry we missed it this vea
Only this fair doesn't have the'sid
shows and rodeo, and the hors
which compete with each order 1
see which, can pull the heavie
This fair featured farm machf
I ery from American and many ot
er SBunities, logemcr wun 1 mo
ern, up-to-date exhibits unheard
in the war-torn old Turkish ci
I used to know.
They even. sold Greek hot do
and hamburgers i-little diflere
from ours, but Still pretty good. ;
One American exhibit, sunolit
by the American Farm Schot
showed how i to hatch, jchicken
showed the chicks coming out
the shell while ,you stood ter
sowed different sized chicke;
Browing and a machine to nlu
their feathers after- they. we.
grown, and finally a barbecue sp
to cook tom?.aii.,,
The Greeks were fascinated. 1
' 'Well -that's I howt; things hav
changed since I was here as a bo-
And that's how any part of th
world can change when it's give
cnanee jor-peace,.,'',-;,,.;. 1
The trouble with an'utnprn V.i
rope in the old, days was war 4
constant, never-ending war. Whc
I was here,, the Greeks and Serl;
had 'barely got over the war q
1912 against Turkey when they ha
the war of 1913 against Bulcari.
then the World War of 1914, thr:
the -war of 1922 between Greer:
and Turkey, then World .War 1
in 1939. )
Actually wars began when Phf
lip of Macedonia went down ti
dominate Athens and his son,
lexander the Great, marched Ea;
to conouer the Persians; and latf
when the Turks marched up tl
Vardar to the gates of Vienna i;
the 14th century, .;
We have been lucky in Amer
ca because for almost a hundre
years we have not been desolate
bv war. I hope wean remain th?
wayi I hone our influence 1 wit
Europe will keep it that way.
confess that I have sometime
been discouraged since those dav
when I went off to try to he!
promote the ideas of Woodro'
Wilson. However; I hone'-you wi
neVer get discouraged,; and tha
when you growuo. you will a
ways keep .working to preven
wpr. ; ,
Love from t r ' -.
I mil A:
O Sritanalca Juniw IiKyclapttfie
M6DEBKI. FAIR IM UsrShnMIl
in Salonika I watched the Amer-t
Zachary 'Taylort the 12m
president of the United States,
who died suddenly of typhus
. In 1850, only 16 months after
; his inauguration, was the
father )n law of Jefferson
. Davis, president of ,the. Con Confederacy
federacy Confederacy during the War Be Between
tween Between the .States. Taylor's
term ot office was the second
shortest in United States his
tory; in 1841. ; William H. Har.
rison- served only one month.
; ; Sterling
ST.' rs ...
i- wiv you . tiett'jt
sterling f-eproductions .
true colonial silver in all iti i.
simplicity, dignity-1 and
beauty. Fasdnating pistol-
handled knives. Graceful"
threc-tined fork. Entire -,
iscrvicc possesses the flowihg
icurves, slender shapes and
classic taes styled by eight- '
cenrn century master
craitsroen. Only StiefT Stef-'
tions bear the Restorations
Hallmark -.";. guarantee ef
aSS9SBSl IMI III 1 111 y 1 I
' t I
Central AmericA's I-eidinj' Jewelers
161 CENTRAL AVENUE PATiAMA
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 1357 .i
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIlY NEWSPAPER
Sc.j OI Irish Envoy
C; J Dy Frbni p
Ll Gut Accident
' WASHINGTON, Sept, '27 (UP)-
; John Justm Hearne. v: ZO-year-old
i son of Irish' Ambassador John
Joseph Hearne, was shot and
'.: kiled today with ; a gun fired by
a friend. Police said the shooting
was. "apparently accidental,"
j Police said yoirng Hearne, who
. Jived bere with his parents, and
. the riend. 22-year-oIct- John E
l Kieffer, were examining a gun in
the DuPont once bunding jiear
the Irish Embassy when the weap
on suddenly discharged,:,'.
The bu'let -tore' .into young
f Hearne's chesL-t He w a s pro pro-j
j pro-j nounced dead by police physi
cians. jtieter was ordered m ap
pear at a ; coroner's. Inquest to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. ; ,
.1 . .,
Besides his parents, Hearne is
survived by an Voider ibrother,
Maurice, and a' younger brpther
and sister, David Anselm and
Mary -Elizabeth. ..-.
Urn Books ; In Town
" Panama, Friday, Sept. 27.
The Air Conditioned Book
Department of Morrison's on ,y4
of July Ave, and "J" Street
announced today the arrival of
wia louowmg books: -Published
PARKER Simplified Design of
.. Structural Timber
" u 5 Strength of '),'
-I"' Materials-' i
. i of Roof Tfussea
U. Simplified design
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THREE GUESSES Give
up? It's Frank Sinatra all
dressed up for his role as a
clown in his new-movie. 'The
Joker Is Wild." Sinatra plays a
clown or the first time in his
life as he portrays the real-life
character of Joe Be Lewis.
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Classes In Spanish
For C I Officers
r Officers of Headauarters Carib
bean Command are taking to
Spanish in a big way with approx approximately
imately approximately 70 per-Cent cf the entire
officer staff enrolled in Spanish
language classes, conducted at
These classes, broken down into
beginning, .intermediate and ad
vanced groups, are designed to
promote oeiter understandings a-
mong: .military personnel and .the
local population in their dailv con
tacts with an increased knowledge
Qf the language.
tapt. Carleton E. Mott. Demitv
Chief of Staff. Headauarters Carilv
bean Command, was instrumental
in bringing about Ihese on duty
classes soonsored bv the Fort
Claytdn' Education Of f f c e. Al
though these classes, which are in
their seventh week am in r n n.i
junction witb the Department of1
Lye Throwb Youlh
Tries Suicide; Goes
Berserk In Court
NEW YORK, Sept. 2T (UP) A
17-year-old boy accused of. hurling
liquid lye into a crowded Brooklyn
classroom went berserk in a court
room corridor today ,and threat
ened to-kill photographers trying
to take his picture. -.
Husky Maurice .KesslerV mana manacled
cled manacled to a court attendant lunged
and kicked- at the photographers,
screaming, "I'll kill you . I'll
kill voul'. 1
, Three attendants ana a police policeman
man policeman seized the Negro and he was
draeeed shrieking a stream of
obscenities into an elevator in
the Brooklyn Central Courts' Build Build-ingi
ingi Build-ingi : j.
It was revealed that Kessler ap ap-prently
prently ap-prently had been planning to
hane himself 'in his cell earlier'
this week.' Judge' Samuel S. Lei-
bowitz ordered a special guard to
watch the prisoner.
. Kessler, was charged with maim
ing ; and assaulting two student,
David : Ozersky, 16, and Michael
Humeniuk, 17, r last- weeK at ine
Thomas Jefferson High School.
Eighteen other students and the
teacher were hit when Kessler
threw the caustic Into the-room.
Ozerskv's face was scarred bad
ly, but doctors said ne nad a good
chance f regaining his vision.
Leibowitz ordered v that his
pleading to the indictment, which
t i J . 1 J V. A.
layed until Oct.: 4 to allow time
for a psychiatric examination
Kessler Is held in tlOO.000 bail
Authorities said Kessler was
discovered Monday with a noose
fashioned from a bed sheet.. A
guard tooK it away trom mm.
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THF SECOND HEADr-WIthout bothering with Ure
aome explanations., a West R.riin JV . e
duced this double-decker umbrella as" the" tt thl in
4 overhead protection for the fair sex. Fr Ued 2nd ift
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CIGARRETE BOX and ASH TRAY SET
Training For Officers,' almost an I
eaual number of the students are
Navy and Air f orce omcers' as
signed to the joint staff of ;.thel
unified command.; -,'
Upon invitation, may of the of-1
Iicen wives are taking advantage
of the 'opportunity- to learn t h i
Spanish laneuaee and are attend
mg the three-hour classes ; each
week along with their husbands.
The classes are taught by Mrs.
Lieia E. De Armas, a qualified
vilian instructor employed by the
FortClavton Education Office; Col
leee credits may be earhed by
successful completion of a uam
subject examination at the end of
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GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY AT HOTEL WASHINGTON
r A musicale and reception will be held at the Hotel Wash Wash-1
1 Wash-1 Jnfton tonight to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary! of the
! oldest existing women's club on the Isthmus.
Mniokioi fmm hnfh kiHi nf th Isthmus nlan to attend
which was given at the Oberholt Oberholt-zezr
zezr Oberholt-zezr home last week. About twenty
guests were1 present.
thia historic celebration.
The musical program for
anniversary party will be as
i Concerto in B Flat Major for
Clarinet, by Mozart, Betty Spick Spick-5
5 Spick-5 nail, Clarinet, Norman blade, Pia-
Sonata in B. Minor ior Future
ad Piano, bv Ba!h Charles Sac Sacquety,
quety, Sacquety, Flute Norman Slade, Piano.
Sonata No. 2 in B Flat Major
I forTiano, four hands, by Mozart
Norman Slade, riano i, u r a c e
: Vlrimnnsnn. Piano II.
f i Ada eio Cantabile from Sonata
Pafhetiaue Od. 13. by Beethoven
Prelude in F Sharp Minor, Op. 28,
? Nri. hv t hODin vaviiiuons on a
Theme by Rode, Op. 33, by Czer
nv Norm an Slade. Piano.
Le Petit Berger, by Debussy
Charles Sacquety, Flute Norman
R Amine from Clainet Concerto,
No. 2 in E Flat Major, Op. 74, by
von Weber, Betty Sprcknall, Clari
net, Norman suae, riano.
Petitt Valse for Flute and Pia Piano,
no, Piano, by Caplet Charles Sacquety,
Flute Norman Slade, Piano.
The Internationally famous
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel
The marriage of Miss Donna
Humphrey, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs. B. Donald Humphrey of New
Cristobal, to Mr. David T. Mann
of Coco Solo, son of Mrs. Bessie
It. Mann of West Fairlee, V e r
mouet, will be solemnized at 7:00
p.m. this evening at the Margan
ta Union Church.
No invitations nave .been Issued
but all friends are cordially invit invited
ed invited to attend both the wedding and
reception which will follow imme immediately
diately immediately in the church parlors.
The wedding of Miss Sheile La
Mar Leach of Gatun to Mr. Rich Richard
ard Richard Owen Egger of Margarita will
take place tomorrow morning at
10 o'clock at a muptial mass at
be held at the Holy Family
Church in Margarita.
A reception will follow at the
All friends of the couple are in
Miss Sheila La Mar Leach,
whose wedding to Richard Owen
Egger will take place tomorrow
morning, has been feted, at sever
al showers m the past weens.
Mrs. George Egger Jr.., ,: Mrs.
Thomas Egger and Mrs. William
Egger gave a miscellaneous show shower
er shower at the Elks' Home recently. A A-bout
bout A-bout 60 guests attended.
' Mrs. Charles Louis and M r s.
Russell Oberholtzer were co-host
esses at a silver dollar shower
(Continued worn rage 3)
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North's two diamond response
to his partner's opening no
trump was the Jacoby transfer
and showed a heart suit of at
least five cards.
South's two hearts was the
automatic, rebld. North's bid of
two spades was a force to game
and showed that he held a sec
ondary spade suit in addition to
the heart suit already shown Dy
the transfer bid.
South decided to bid no-trump
at this point. He did hold four
hearts' but; his' stoppers in dia
monds and clubs looked so good
that he did not fear either, of
those suits at no trump, ',
At v this 1)olnt North made a
brilliant decision. He -was look
lng right at ten cards In the
major suits but he still raised
his partner to three notrump.
i Jtwas welL that nedNve
novtrump was- made1 i but I J ur
hearts; might have gone-down;
OFF TO SPAIN Major (Doctor) Carlos D. RuMan, Deputy Surgeon at'Albrook Air Force Base
paused from packing long enough last week to ha ve the above picture taken. The Rul-lans
left Saturday for Zaragoza, Spain where Dr. Rul-lan will be Base' Surgeon'.. Dr. RuL-lan par participated
ticipated participated in many Air Rescue missions. a a flight surgeon during his assignment in the Carib Caribbean.
bean. Caribbean. (OFFICIAL US AF PHOTO)
Here's Rules For Teen-Ager
On Understanding Parents
hm'S RULES FOR TEEN AGE
Parents are forever being told
iHow imoortant it is for them to
"understand" their teen-agers.
. But how about teen-agers try trying
ing trying to understand their parents?
There are a few facts about
parents all teen-agers ought to
1. Most parents carry a big
load of responsibility. Anything
a teen-ager can do to lighten the
load is bound to make 4 hapiper
parents and a happier home. A
teen-ager who can be counted to
use a little judgment takes a big
load is bound to make happier
2. Parents need some social life
just -as much as teen-agers. So
All West would have to do
would be to open a diamond.
East would win with the ace and
shift to the nine of clubs. West
would win with the appropriate
card and cash a second club. A
third club lead would complete
the debacle. Dummy could ruff
high or low but in either case
East would make his queen of
trumps and beat the hand.
SI. Luke's Showing
Films On RP Hawaii
showing the missiouaryr work off H teen-agers' -understood even
the Episcopal Church in Central
America and Hawaii will be shown
at the. Cathedral f St. Luke in
Ancon tonight beginning at 7:30.
The first;'Challenge In The
Sun," portrays the life of a young
clergyman and hir wife as ; they
arrive in the Caiial Zone and be be-gin
gin be-gin their work in this area. As,
the picture progresses, they go to
Nicaragua where their work is1 a a-mone
mone a-mone the Mosauito Indians on the
Atlantic Coast and the inhabitants
of Corn Island. ?: V i
When, this picture was t a k e n
the present Dean of the Cathedral
and his wife, the Very Rev. and
Mrsv Malnert J. Peterson Vw e r e
cast as the principal characters.
The second picture is called
"Sbne of the Pacific." This pic
ture is in full color and portrays
the work of the church in the
beautiful Pacific Islands.
The showing of these pictures is
open to the public for their enjoy
The Rev. Dr. John II. Town
send,. executive secretary of the
Missionary District of the Pana
ma Canal Zone, will be the. host
for the evening.
when family plans conflict, it
shouldn't always be the parents
who give un their evening out
?r Teen-agers who think their
parents are too strict ought to
realize, that there actually are
teen-agers who say, l ; wish my
parents pared enough about me
tomake some rules."
lOnly completely irresponsible
parents let theeir teen-agers do
everything they want todo.
4. Parents need to feel that what
they give their children Is appre
ciated. They don't if all they hear
is wnat some otner tee-agers nas.
If Pop lets Junior take the fami family
ly family car on dates he ought not to
have to listen to Junior talk en
viously about what a neat car
some father with more money has
bought for his son. 5. i
, 5. Most parents who- work hard
and need some help from their
teenage children. But, only if it
is done' willingly 3 it any real
this muchabout their-parents, it
would go a long wav toward mak
ing kH easier for their parents to
. Cich notice for inclusion in thli
. column thould bt tubmitttd in
typi-ViHen form and ntailcd
th box number lilted daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," or delivered
bv hand to the office. Notices af
meeting! cannot be accepted k
Isthmian Historical ;
Society Meet Tuesday
The Isthmian Historical Society
will hold its first meeting follow
ing the silmmef vacation, next
Tuesday,; evening, OcL 1 at 7:30
in the ballroom of the Hotel Tivo
li.' Three distinct "(cultures in the
development of civilization on the
Isthmus will be discussed.
Speakers on the panel include
Mr,. Kenneth Vinton, Mrs. Morgan
Smith and Mrs, Charles Bowen,
Mr. Vinton, author and natural
ist will discuss pre-Cotombian In
dian cultures. Mrs. bmith will
discuss, the Cimarrones, the Afri;
can slaves, who escaped from the
Spaniards into the jungles. She
will also talk on the African in
fluence in Panamanian folk music.
Mr.' Bowen will d licui s the
transportation system which uni-i
lied the Spanish Empire. This will
include suchsubject. as rthe -Span i
un ueets ana the years fairs such
as Portobelo and VeraXurXk ; v.
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All meetings of the" Historical
Society are open to the public.
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1 MOTHERS AND STUDENTS
additional opportunities to register for classes with
Will be offered Saturday. September 28
from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon
v at residence 744 Las Cruces St., Balboa
: v For further information call Balboa 1751
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LIVE a little," as the saying goes.
Add some of those California dried
fruits and almonds to your fami familiar
liar familiar recipes.! They will perk up
your menus put jh .some extra
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(Makes i servings)
f Tuna Almond Souffle
(Makes a eervings)
Three tablesDonn-4 hutlpr or'mar
garine, 3 tablespoons flour, xl cup
milk,-I teaspoon salt. 1 6-ounce)
can tuna, 3 eggs, 1-3 cup chopped
or ready diced almonds. -.
Melt butter and blend in flour
Add milk and salt, and cook and
stir until thickened. Bled in drain
ed flaked tuna. Remove from heat
and slowly stir in beaten egg
youcs. old in almonds and stm stm-ly
ly stm-ly beaten ege whites. Turn into
m-quart casserole and set in pan'
oi noc water, wake in moderately
slow oven (325 degrees F.) 50 to
60 minutes. Serve at once from
Makes about 4 dozen cookta)
Filling:" One and onekhird cups
cooked prunes, Vi cup cooked dri dried
ed dried apricots, 1-3 cup granulated
Cookie Dough: -One cup short shortening,
ening, shortening, 1 cup granulated sugar, Va
cup brown sugar (packed, 2 eggs,
3 cups sifted all-purpose flour; i
teaspoon salt, 1 -teaspoon baking
powder, 1 teaspoon vanilla, sugar.
' Pilling; Cut prunes from pits .in .into
to .into small pieces. Chop apricota.
Combine prunes, apricots, and su sugar,
gar, sugar, and cook, std-ring frequent frequently,
ly, frequently, until consistency of thick jam,
Cookie Dough: Cream shorten shortening
ing shortening and sugars together thorough thoroughly.
ly. thoroughly. Blend in lightly beaten eggs.
Sift together flour, salt and bak baking
ing baking powder. Blend into creamed
mixture. Stir in r vanilis. chill
dough. Roll thin on lightly flour floured
ed floured board. Cut in 3-inch squares
and lift to greased baking sheet.
Put a small spoonful of filling on
one half ,j Fold over cornerwise
and press edges together. Sprin Sprinkle
kle Sprinkle Tvith sugar. Bake in moderate
oven (350 degrees ; F. 15 to 18
minutes. Remove to wire rack to
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'FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 271957.
MissM Ester, Vinton ,
Leave For College t v
Miss Becky Esser and Miss Ju-
I dith Vinton left by plane i La st
Thursday to continue their studies
I in the States. -' 1
, Miss Esser; daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Sigurd Ew Esser of Ancon
'entered her sophomore year at
i Concordia College Moorhead, Minn.
I becky spent several days in Min Min-l
l Min-l neapoli en route to school, 1
i i Miss Janeth Vinton, daughter of
IMr. and Mrs. Kenneth W, Vinton
of Ancon has entered her sopho-
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Winsconsin.i On her way, sne vis
tted her sister Mrs. F. K is t i n
Koepcke the former Kayleen Vin
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Cwundu Women J .'
"Dress-Up" ( ...
For Luncheon ,
After a three month vacation,
the Curundu Women's Club held
their first social get-together .with
a Chow Mein Luncheon, and
"Dress ud in Your Favorite song
Mrs. Thelma Guibert, dressed with
a beautiful Spanish Custonv which
song theme was Mrs. Miriam,
Simms, In a cute "Doggie by the
Window"'-custom. Mrs. Margaret
CcLTic Vill Begin
ten. ai USO-YMCA
A new course In Flower Ar
rangement will beein Monday
Oct. 7 at 9 ajn. and again at 7
p.m. at the Balboa YMCA-USO
under the leadership o Mrs. Pat
Morgan. Classes will be held on
Mondays jor a total or seven
weeks, and to addition there will
be a tour of Morgan's Gardens
on Oct. 13. The final session will
be a Flower Show iwith all .the
Tne course includes lessons m
the art of flower arrangement,
demonstrations of all types of
arrangemetns and design, a pre
Thanksgiving session featuring
fruits and vegetables, examples
of dried and exotic ; materials
and a1" speolal i session dealing
with Christmas arrangements.
Those; who have participated
In this course ,n former .years
are Invited to enroll .for, a re refresher
fresher refresher course,"or to attend any
pone of the sessions,
'This course In Flower Ar
rangement has been conducted
for many years by Mrs. Pat Mor Morgan
gan Morgan who elves freely of her time
I and talent to help those who
f ar lmerestea in, learning
, t the plants' flout:
end fruits of this area and how
best to, display them In, their
homes. For the pasttwoyears
those completing the course have
been awarded certificates and
manjr ;have also won prizes for
their entries in the Flower show.
There is no charge for this
course,, but- registration may be
made in person at the YMCA
USO; or by telephoning Balboa
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Johnson used as her favorite song
theme "China Town," dressed in
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President Connie Iteichart, intro'
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members for the luncheon. Mem
bers and guests attending, were:
Mrs Jean Brady; Polly Hamilton,
Lucy Saxton, Ellen Moudy, Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Redding. Liz Benson. Thel-
ma Valentine, Annabelle Leap,
Beatriz Mills, Menda A. Bembe
nek, Miriam Simms, Eva Lee,
ihelma uuiDert, Cecilia Jttetcau,
Liana Diaz urandoSi Tony Kay
mond, Mariam -Marohl, D o t i t
Soucy. Mary t, Robertson, :' Hatti
Laird, Genevieve Curb, Jo Ther-
ell, Margaret Johnston, Henrietta
Shaw, Nivia Marohl, Celina Fifer,
Berta de Bacci, Ursula Pour, Pau Pauline
line Pauline Bynum Lemoyne Winslow,
Trudie Lane, Catharine E. Day,
Mildred: Mallahan, Lorraine Zent,
Caroline Cobb, Caroline AuBruch-on.-
Muriel O'Rouke,, Diana
right and Dana Uinely, ;
(Continued on fate 6.
Mexico May Send
To Spur Tourism
MEXICO CITY. Sept. 27 UP)-
A proposal will be made to name
tourism attaches to the Mexican
consulates in the" United States to
increase the flow of' American
tourists and American dollars to
Mexico, it was disclosed today.
'The proposal will be presented
by the Acapulco delegation to the
16th National Assembly of the
Mexican Association of Hotel Men
which is scheduled to meet Oct.
2 at' San Luis Potosi.
Sponsors of the proposal said
the tourism attaches should be
working newsmen, and their ap
pointments should be for no long longer
er longer a period than six months. Then
salaries would be paid from funds
of the Government Tourism Bu Bureau
reau Bureau and on private initiative.
Sponsors- said the offices main maintained
tained maintained by the Tourism Bureau in
the United States are not enough
to "promote the amount of tour tourist
ist tourist trade that Mexico needs neith neither
er neither do they have the reeded per personnel
sonnel personnel to properly advertise.' our
tourist attractions." "-'
: Tourism is" one of M e x 1 c o
main sources of dollars, producing
an average of $500,000,000 s year,
which helps considerably- to bal balance
ance balance Mexico's foreign trade.- : ;
every time I
and the National Theatre af
. CHURCH :
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On Sunday, at 4:00 p.m. a ''pro
motion and Installation Day Serv
ice"' will be held at the Pentecos Pentecos-tal
tal Pentecos-tal 'Faith Church located at the
end. Of 26 St. in ChofriUo. 1
- Students will be promoted from
the nursey through the intermedi
ate department. Certificates ot a a-ward
ward a-ward will be presented by Elder
L.1 Catherwood, Pastor, i
This service is tilanned- around i
the Theme: VTrustiiig Chris t."
with the scripture emphasis taken;
from Acts 16: '31. Brother Clyde
Smith will 'hn the enpst soeaker.l
Roach extends a cordial invitation
to the public to attend. .. ;x
MARGARITA UNION CHURCH
Will Limkemann, chairman- of
the Youth Fellowship of the Mar
garita Union Church, has announc
ed that the guest speaker at their
Sunday evening meeting will ; be
Chaplain Marshall E. Brenneman
of the Naval Station, Coco Solo,
i -. v -
A refreshment hour will iollow
the worship period which begins
at 6:15 p.m. k
Limkemann will conduct the o o-pening
pening o-pening devotional and introduce
Chaplain Brenneman. r'
J The LONELY PAN
SCHOOL OF DANCING
Beginner, intermediate and advanced elasses for
children of all ages in
BALLET, TOE, TAP, ACROBATIC, MODERN JAZZ
Special morning classes for kindergarten
i and pre-school 'childish.
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL (upstairs)
, , Phone Balboa 2363.
Tbera's aot a woimb whe'i tried Ann
Jemims Pancake Mix whs didn't please huf
Mlf (and family) with Umm light and fluffy
Really , it's to EASY and results are
wonderful. Aunt Jemima doee tw tbinga for
you. Pint, most'of the work la eliminated.
You enake pancakes the wtodm quick way
with Aunt Jemima. And when you follow the
simple instructions carefully, off your griddle
come the most appetizing, smooth-textured
pancakes you eouhi imagine. 1
So be a better eook ajid get lots of com compliments.
pliments. compliments. Buy Aunt Jemima Pancake Mix
today andsurprise EVERYBODY tomorrow!
, NAZARENE CHURCH
: r- ANCON v
IS s s
A -. :
t Rev. Ralph L. Hysong,' pastor
In Margarita, will be speaking
each evening at the Church of
the Nazarene in Ancon. This se series
ries series of revival services will be begin
gin begin Sunday, to continue through
Oct. 6, at 7 each evening.
A variety of special music will
be offered ea'ch evening by in individuals
dividuals individuals and groups from ..'..the
local congregation. A nursery
will be provided, for the small
A program of high artistic
calibre was offered by violinist
Colette Frantz and pianist and
composer Nicolas Astrinidls to
an audience -' which filled the
JWB.Hall in Balboa to capacity
Nicolas Astrtnldls appeared in
the threefold role., of: pianist,
composer and accompanist, In
all he proved himself.. w-v 1
He opened the program with
works by Chopin and Gershwin,
iouowea by two oi nis own com compositions;
positions; compositions; a Greek Rhapsody
and aTocata. -The
thematic material of the
rhapsody suggests Greekk folk
melodies,'; which are beautifully
projected thanks to the nlanis
tic style in which the composer
writes, and, the Toccata is force forceful
ful forceful and Impressive.
1 Astrlnidis possesses an origi
nality- which he succeeds in
maintaining despite the fact
that he is working with ethnic
material, for his music Is decid decidedly
edly decidedly Hellenistic in character.
A jclear and brilliant perform performance
ance performance of his works was 'made
possible by his skill at the piano.
Colette Frantz is a violinist
with all the qualities of musi musicianship
cianship musicianship technique; and taste
which combine to make beauti beautiful
ful beautiful music ..; .:.-.',. .:
She first displayed: hefcartis hefcartis-try
try hefcartis-try in the Bruch Concerto In G
Minor. The Finale was particu
larly stimulating and the "Two
Pieces in Greek Style,? written
by Astrinidls were treated with
sincerity and poetic feeling.
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Here we find the composer, ex
pressing v himself through the
medium of the violin with ; com
plete understanding of its na
The Nigun of Bloch calls for
an intensity and warmtn weu
supplied, by Miss Frantz. The
"March of the little Fauns" by
Pierne was played with inimita inimitable
ble inimitable charm and style. Her closing
work was a Tarantella by Sara Sara-sate,1
sate,1 Sara-sate,1 tossed off with .brilliance
and ease. -.. ..
Astrinidls accompanied with
f file--support.'' :':y-l-:l:,tS::1
Both artists were-given an
ovation and responded with en encores,
cores, encores, t -l-y-n-'..:
Elaine Canalos Wunderlich
Spy Trial Put Off
NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (UP)
The espionage trial of Rudolf
Ivanovich Abel, Russian colonel
accused of sending atomic and de defense
fense defense secrets to the Soviet Union,!
was. postponed until Oct, 3 in fed-J
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1H8 PANAMA AMERICAN AN mDEP END ENT DAILY NEWSPAPER ....
. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1337
Mvv .'fSfV V.Mw v..,,s,((HfM)(ifcH-.- ;Jaii
ocia and Otli
At Hotel Tivoli
The Canal Zone Branch of the
National League of American Pen
as good as
There's no disappointing "artificial"
taste when you serve Avose't
whipped cream. Avoset is real,
rich cream,.. sterilized to keep
sweet for months. Top your desserts
with safe, healthful, delicious Avoset.
Once Here, Is Sent
To Central America
Women will sponsor the opening
of an Exhibition or portraits by
Betty Blew Bentz at the Tivoli
Guest House on Sunday ; Oct. 6
from 4:40 to 7:30.
The exhibit will be continued urr
ta Oct, 31. ,;,
Ik tif 4
BISHOP D. E. RICHARDS
Canal Zone Episcopal Bishop R,
Heber Gooden, announced today
the transfer of the Rt. Rev. David
Emrys. Richards, Surfragran Bish Bishop
op Bishop of Albary, to the diocese of
Central America by action of the
House of Bishops of the, Episcopal
Church who met in Sewannee,
Tenn. last week and elected him
for that post.
Bishop Richards is a native of
Scranton, Pa., a graduate of he
high and of the General Theologi
cal Seminary. New York City
He was ordered deacon by Bish
op Sterrett of Betheleham, Pa.
shortly thereafter, the came to
Panama. He was ordained priest
by (Bishop Gooden in Christ Church
Bythe-Sea in October 1945 and
served as ?priest-in-charge of the
Church at St. Mary the Virgin,
Silver City', ; and St. George's
Church, Gatun. He also minis ministered
tered ministered to the' congregation! of the
Episcopal Church in Colombia.
Subsequently, he was- priest-ln-charge
of the 'Church .of the
Good Shepherd -San Jose, s Cost
Mr. And Mr. Pohrn
Laavino For New York
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bernard
Pohrn and their daughter Mary,
of Marcarita. ae leaving next
Wednesday for New York and Chi
Dr. I. J. Strompf
Dr. I. J. (Jack) Strumpf will
be guest of honor at a surprise
party to be given tonight at the
Hotel Tivoli bv member of the
Ob. Gyn. Service at Gorgas Hos
' The nartv will celebrate Dr.
Strompf's seventh anniversary as
Chief ot me service. v
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111 by Ertfc'tn. Johnioi7
LONDON, Sept. 27 fUP) Three
British Vulcan let oomoers k
Waddington Royal Air Force Base
today for the United States. They
will- participate in international
bombing competition at Pinecastle
Air Force Base !n Florida.
Rica, for some month until he
was transferred to Albany. N.Y.
later he served as curate on the
staff of St. George's Church, Sche
He was elected bishop and con
secrated as Suffragan Bishop of
Albany July 19, 1951. Among the
bishops who consecrated him was
Bishop Misiaszek of the Polish
National Catholic Church of Amer America.
ica. America. Bishop Richards ft married and
has three children.
1 I r irr7r
I I I ll lwJCAJlJ I J w' il I by Bishop Gooden in Christ Church trar America comprises tne He-
I f I I LfOV-w i i Bythe-Sea; In October 1945 a n d publics of Costa Rica, Nicaragua,
3 li .. I ... . 1 lv w S I t I -n,-A ,Ui!t.ln.hr.r,. a th F.I Ralvurfni- HonHtiraa nd fJn.
i I I 1", ft&4tfo'MLrJ Yl l Church at St. Mary the Virgin, temala,
! I : IdtlUnSIHtlkiWMy-f h Y I Silver Citypand St. George's
J I MM-i" 57L tit) Y I Church, 'Gatun; He also minis- Bishop Gooden said that Bishop
1 i I i ft 1 1 V JiJnk. 1 tered t0 t"' congregationa of the Richards will take over his juria-
i I l- . VV J) JJ l Episcopal Church in Colombia. diction in the near future and it
,' l V v;-v, L Av-NCf"' Subsequently, he t was-priest-ln- is expected that he will visit the
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i :'- i ..v.n-.t-i y. : : :
" Today. Friday. Sept 27
4:30 What 'a Your favorite (re
' quests -: taken by phoo
8 :35-What's Your F a t o r 1 1
6;00 Musical interlude :
6:15 Sporta .
. REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
4:30 Your Dancing; Party :
7:00 Thirty -Minute T to atei
1:30 VOA Report from (J.8.
8:30 Hancock's Half Hour ;
9:00 You Asked For it (re
quests taken by phone
9:30 You Asked For It
10:30 Calling All Forces
11:00 Jazz Till Midnight
12:00-Sign Off. 1 .v
Tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 28
6:00 Sign On Alarm' Clock
Club (requests. taken
, by phone till 7:00) ,
.7:30 Jazz Salon
8:15 The Hour of St. Francis
8:30 Musical Reveille
9:15 The Christophers
9:30 As I See It
10:05 Spins And Needles (re
quests taken by pnoni
11:30 BBC Jazz Club
ll:05-plns And N edits
11:30 Journey Into Space
12:00 News 7
12:05 Luncheon Music
12:30 New Tune Time
1:15 Serenade In Blue
1:30 Wayne King Serenade
2:00 Les Brown Show
2:15 Rhythm And Reason
2:30 Paris Star Time
3:00 Concert On The Mall
3:30 Music For Saturday, -4:00
Interlude (15 MUM,
4:15-Church of Chrl
4:30 What's Your Favorite ire-
quests taken br phone
. 1 uu 1:00)
5:30 News A 011
8:35 What's Your Favorite
6:15 BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
" 1 REVIEW (Pabst Beer)
6 :30 Manhattan Melodies
6:45 Do It Yourself
7:30 VOA-,Report from D.S.
8:00 Saturday Night Danclni
8:30 Educating Archie
9:00 Your Hit Parade
9:30 Ray's A Laugh
10:00 Music From Hotel El Pan
10:30 Owl's Nest (requests
taken, by phone through throughout
out throughout program)
1:00 a.m. Sunday Sign Off.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Mickey
Rooney tougher thin Humphrey
The Mick was polishing a ma machine
chine machine gun for his title role of "Ba "Baby
by "Baby Face Nelson.". Nelson was 19 19-34'S'
34'S' 19-34'S' Public Enemy No. 1 who kill
ed three FBI men, and a reputed
47 other assorted person? who got
In his way. during a 130-day reign
of terror. The- screen's onetime
baby-faced Andy Hardy looked
down the barrel, grinned at the
thought and aaid; ':
"I don't think so. I don't think
any actor will ever act tougher
than Bogart." : ';f'
But man. the Mirk sure is
mean and nasty in the now-true,
now-fictional movie life of 26 26-year
year 26-year old, Chicago bred Nelson.
His earlv '3d headline, in fact.
could have inspired all those teen-
aee rebels without causes Holly
wood has been dishing up recent
ly m its "violence is box-omce-cycle.
Those switchblade knives flash flashing
ing flashing in dark alleys, hot rods ss
guided v' missiles and collision collision-course
course collision-course 'chicken" head ons will
look ike Sunday afternoon at Dis Disneyland
neyland Disneyland when Rooney blasts up
the big screens and a good share
of the Screen Actors Guild membership.
The. short. unhaDDV life of Net
son a maniac with a machine gun,
was a bloody saga of payroll and
bank holdups and murder. Even
Nelson's onetime pal, v John Dil
linsar hatd him. f
'He was just,: a lousy punK,"
said Dillinger who isplayed m
the film,' too. But not for long.
Thert'r just a flash f him being
shot down by FBI men outside a
ChieaM theater in Julv of 1934.'
; Guardians of teeu-age mmas
may not put "Baby Face Nelson"
on the "Recommended for Java'
Biles'! movie list but at least the
film has a few moral points in Its
, Says Rooney: ;
"We're not glorifying Nelson and
there's only one moral to our sto
ry, crime does not pay. It isn't
ruthless sensationalism. We're just
being as authentic as possible a a-bout
bout a-bout an era in U.S. history.'! t
Says Producer Al Zimbalist:
'Hollywood has. glorified a lot
of youthful rehels, and that's one
thing we're carefully avoiding.
We have ntr ipology for Nelson
ana,no pnony explanation for him.
There's no glamor in the film and
no high living to make crime seem
attractive to the 'kids. We show
Nelson as he was 'a lousy- punk
who knew what he was doing and
who paid:for Jt with his lhe.'!
In a grand release, "DRIVE-IK" Theatre 'presents
TOMORROW, 5UNDAY AND MONDAY!
THE GIRL III BLACK SMEW
MAMIE VAN DOREN. LEX BARKER. ANNE BAN,
. CROFT and RON RANDELL, are the stars in the Bel Air
I Production's "THE GIRL IN BLACK STOCKINGS," releas released
ed released thru United Artists, a story packed with susnense, opens
TOMORROW, Sunday and Monday at the "DRIVE-IN"
Theatre. , 'Advt.
Tne film's climax Is an eveDOD
lJ per ;nd,aid tobetrue. Wounded 1
t ivw j 1... ki 1
Rooney t-and the- dolh C a r 0 J y n
Jones) who never tops loving him,
attempt' "to hide in a cemetery
where Nelson-pleads 'ithher to
kiU him; She finally 'does, just be before
fore before the FBI men appear,; and
Nelson's body falls over a grave
on which a tombstone inscription
reads:. . t
Today Encanio 25
LOS MONARCAS DEL AIRE
:; On the Screen:,
V "MAN BAIT' f
Rory Calhomvm S
'Treasure f Panche Villa
John Payne In
TENNESSEE PARTNER I
I 7.-00 TODAT 9:00 1
$L19 per CAR! I
I JOHN WAYNE v ;
"WINGS OF EAGLE?
In TECHNICOLOR L k
PUBLIC PIGEON No. 1
I t-: -mmm- J.
T LI $ ,x JZ" J
I j ; j
r I J i y
S ? ' "i i
' Red Skelton sj hack in, the' movies after a long time
spent In TV, and bis fans are sure to turn out In droves
at, the Lux to welcome his return from. the small screen
to the! Mr screen In hilarious "PUBLIC PIGEON No. 1" a
Technicolor production also atarrinr Vivian Blaine and cO cO-starrlng
starrlng cO-starrlng Janet Blair; "PUBLIC PIGEON No. I" OPENS
SOON AT THE LUX.
, SAT. SUN. MON.
WEEKEND RELEASE. i
' LEX BARKER
MAMIE YAN DOREN lai
, "GIRL IN BLACK
. Tllklf J
b SJB) la B B 881 8Js3
"When Good. Men Die, Their
- Goodness Does Not Perish,
As for theBad, All Thai; Was
Theirs Dies and Is Burled
Eyepopprng also will be Sir Ce Ce-drtc
drtc Ce-drtc Hardwicke playing the role
of a liquor-soaked medic hn
patches up Nelson when, he't
wounded and attemnta in hi.
fingerprints. JBut the surgery fails
and Nelson adds the doc to his
uai m victims.
we nrsi ume rve ever
gangster movie,", the
Sort of an ambition realized. I'v4
Played in everything else. I'U be
hppy now to go back to Ibsen and
JrC- "nf ''parade
!ln.chi 8hck emoting In TV's
TTie Comedian,' Roor.ey pl.y, L,I
Vega, with his night clut eimedy
DOLORES and her TRIO
in the Club 4:30 every
Frl.. Sat and Sun. with
THE LATIN QUARTET
who won last Wednesday's
Variety Night Show.
The Baron, Don Bryant,
sings Calpso with other
surprise acts in the
informal Balboa Bar
and his trio play for the
SUNDAY BRUNCH DANCE,
Orchestra playing In the
, Bella Vista Room
LOPEZ THE MAGICIAN
entertains all ares at the
Sunday BRUNCH DANCE.
'11:80 ajn to 8:M p-ra.
NOW -ANOTHER STAR In our NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT!
LORD DELICIOUS, popular r' i
Calypso singer and his
Conjunto P ANA-TRINIDAD
Weekdays 8:30 and 10:30 P-m.,.:
Ptl. and Sat, 9 and 11:30 pjn.
In (he air-conditioned BetJa Vista' Room.
A BMaky StaM
1 1 - n r ai
Pinocchio" on NBC-TV this
In Jinuarv l. ,
half-hour comedy .variety show
on CBS-TV with Jffl definite
MH V.1 4rj "t JUSt
one he, told me. t -r
im movie Teftion of
uaieuian 7 t 4 j,
No. thank von." h. ...
ty million people mw it on Tv!
Why make movie Jtf It?" v.
Henry Ford -Tries
NEWPORT.2 R T Smi 97
President Eisenho war 1 v
Henry Ford II around the New Newport
port Newport Country ? Qub gob course
yesterday In a vehicle the first
Henry Ford worked to replace
the electric horseless carriage.
Eisenhower's electric powered
golf cart, which was made In Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, Neb., appeared similar in
many ways to the early electric electric-powered
powered electric-powered ears fif tha daa vhi
Henry Ford was designing his!
first rasoline-powered auto. j
Both the electric car and the
golf cart were- built with the mo motor
tor motor under he seat and steerage
by lever. Both were .built square1
and chunky. .- 1
Showing At Your Service Center Theatres Tonight -,
Rex. Reason Margie Dean
- "BADLANDS OF MONTANA"
(Lata ihow 10:39 p.BL "gubmarln Command'')
Barbara Stanwyck Barry Sullivan
rTHE MAVERICK QUEEN" :
Jayne Mansfield 5-i-;i I""; :'r -'Tri
"Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter?'"
MARGARITA I "PARDNERS" -! c;y;t.vH.:
-8:15 .8:05 ?:; : fM, how 1:M a.m. "Thunder la Tba.Eart"?
David Brian May Wynn
"THE WHITE SQUAW v
Bette Davis Kim HunteA
"STORM CENTER" V
(Ula iln 11:11 p.m. "Greaa rira")
"WEST OP ZANZIBAR" and
THE CLOUDED YELLOW"
SANTA CRUZ I "THE FIRST TEXAN", and
8:15 8:35 ,-
"DEATH OF A SCOUNDREL' -(Lata
ahaw, 1:M a m. "Maa Wltkr A Cm").
B A LB OA
a DifJO cnonnv tl
U?: ) mam otj pma i(
jy 8teVfN$;. MM?V F1CKCTT t $. MMSHaU
' COMING SOON .:
.'4 ""ISLAND IN' THE SUN'?, C ;
. CINEMASCOPE and COLOR! i
r; WALT DISNEY'S
"GREAT LOCOMOTIVE' OUSE"
C AH T OLIO
righting' DerQs Dogs
v Chapters 7-8
- OH 8LSA.VNA
1 RIKK! 1115
' Geld Price -5M.N
with Virginia Mayo
CRY Vf THE
rHIDAT, SEPTEMBER, 27 J957
THE PANAMA AMERICAN" AN INDEPENDENT DA1XY NEWSPAPERS
1 AMERICAN CONSUL Robert false presents a "God itnd Country- award to Boy Scout Gary
; Wade- Irving of Margarita. Left to right in the group at Margarita Union Church are
' McLeon, explorer scout who received thff Go d and Country award last. year, ana, scoui-.
master W..R. Price. The God and Country award Is the highest given. by the Boy Scouts ox
; America for nerformance of religious duty. It involves study, service to-the church, win-,
j; fulness and the application of religious ethics, to citizenship. '!-.-
Comb Sent To Coed
By Snubbed Sludenl
Injures Oilier 'Girl V:
. MUNCIE, Ind., Sept. 27 (UP)
, A college student who boasted
i that he was as brilliant as "thrill
. killer". Nathan Leopold was ac-
, cused .by police today of sending a
i home-made bomb to .. ao-year-;
old coed who refused! to date. him.
Mrs. Anita Reynolds, 21, a preg-
;:. nant wife, lost the tips ot two nng nng-;
; nng-; ers when the bomb explodedlast
k Friday as she ; opened ai Small
1 wooden box. The box was rigged
to trigger a loaded shotgun breech
when opened. v v.
Police said r the ; bomb was
' Intended for Ruth Petry. Miss Pet Petry
ry Petry and -another coed, Linda Het-
. vering, who were nearby when the
blast ocurred, were treated for
shock. All are students at Ball
State Teachers College -s
Police said David Vayne Carter,
20, a social- science student, con confessed
fessed confessed last .night that he had ad addressed
dressed addressed the box to Miss Petry and
left it in a College building locker
where it was found and delivered
to the coed.
l Miss Petry was' in a'student of-:
fice when the package was deliv delivered
ered delivered by ,' another student,. -Mrs..
Reynolds opened it for her. V
Boasting of his: niental powers.
1 I nr nt. In nn hn Ihnt UA Tnvft Ihr
! Jy including the bomb plot.
1 "This is 'something I Wive
done," he said. "I want to forget
about it and I' have." ':
Leopold with whom" Carter lik lik-ned
ned lik-ned himtself is in prison for the
1924 slayinf i of Bobby Tranks in
Chicago. ) v. '. 1
College officials said that Carter
failed to convince the school's sy
etiological counse'ing Services of
His mental ability when he first
enrolled in 1954.' He was not per permitted
mitted permitted : to i take courses which
would lead to a teacher's degree.
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Of Surplus Items
The Propetry Disppsai office
announces two sales of surplus
items Sept. 30 and Oct. ,7 both
' beginning- at 9 itjn. in Building
i Ko. 706, Corozal. ut
t For sale on Seoi SO are a die-
a sel electric generating plant, an
, evaporauve condenser, ana 19
The Oct. 7 sale offers' nutl,
; washers, shafts, sprines,, bush bush-.
. bush-. lngs, housings, gaskets, an air
compressor, pipes, pumps, gears,
j resistors and many other mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous Items., .,
Sealed bids In -quadruplicate
re required tor purchase of the
I above Items. Sealed bids will be
l received at the Property Dispos-
ai oinceup untu the hour ol
the respective sales.
For further lnformatiin con con-(
( con-( tact the property disposal offl-
cer ai uorozal 4149. ; f
. BREST, Prance, Sept.", 27 (UP)
France's third largest passenger
liner, the Pasteur, yesterday be became
came became 'a flagship ..of West Germa Germany's
ny's Germany's fjedgling merchant; marine
ovy. '. ul" .''( :.
The North German Lloyd Line
will rename the 30,477on ship
the Bremen. , ;
More Asian Flii v
WASHINGTON, Sept, 27 (UP)
The U.S. Public Health Service
announced the release today, of
3,712,039 more shots of Asian nu
vaccine. It wougnt to. mqra.tnan
10,000,000 the number, of i vaccine
doses distributed in the -last eveo
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TIM MaxwtH party In Venire.
urcpeaa blueblooda and Jbeviet
rjirs provided the gutter for
the a ."sir, beld ia eonoectio
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Inter-American Research Committee
Meets To Study Economic Problem
The Panama urtcr Ancon is
scheduled to sail from New York
Tuesday with 55 passengers for
Cristobal. There are 30 passengers
booked for Port-au-Prince, t Haiti.
The complete advance passenger
Mrs. Berta T. de Aleman; Lau
rent J. Baptiste; Mr. and Mrs.
Orlan Setcher and daughter: Mr,
and Mrs, Joseph B. Burgbon, Sr.,
and son; Miss Alice uunningnam;
William, B. Dunning; Mr. and
Mrs Joseph! Elliott; Mr. and Mrs.
Peter -E. Foliar; Mr, and Mrs.
Jaime Ford; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy
B. Halsey; Mrs. Elizabeth M.
Hayden and daughter: children:
Lawrence W. Jenkins; Mrs. Ralph
undo; Miss AJtadena McLaughlin;
Miss Gertrude Miiioy; and Mrs
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' Mrs. Mercedes de Nicosia; Wal
ter rage: Mr. and Mrs. Jonn F
Paterson and three children; John
Patter Mrs. Ruth : F Perry; Mr.
ana Mrs. Thomas w, Petersen
and four children: Dr. and Mrs.
Fortunato Piantieri: Mr. and Mrs.
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Mrs; Olea B. Todd: and Miss Flo
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''WASHINGTON, Sept. 27 (UP)-
An inter-American research com
mittee will meet here. Oct. 4-5 to
adopt a working program for eco economic
nomic economic studies helpful to the solu
tion of economic problems common
to countries of the Western hem
isphere, including Canada.
Establishment of the committee
was sponsored in April 1957 by
the National .Planning Association,
an unofficial organization which
has taken leadership in studies
and reports pertaining to Inter Inter-American
American Inter-American Problems (particular
ly technical cooperation.
About 50 prominent businessmen,
publishers, economists ind public
personalities in nearly all of the
American republics and Canada
have accepted membership on this
It has the aspect of a high-lev
el unofficial planning organization.
which, would define, study and
make recommendations helpful to
commerce, transportation and eco economies
nomies economies development of American
countries. -a ., ,
Such recommendations woulq be
i"s t tu t f a '-'', iu
supplementary to governmental In In-ter?American
ter?American In-ter?American programs, and the
committee itself would not have
a field organization for their inple inple-mentstion.
mentstion. inple-mentstion. v
The committee is nons- govern governmental,
mental, governmental, but has tha good will of
the State Department Pan Amer
ican v.Union, Dr. Milton; Eisenhow
er, and numerous important unof
ficial groups. Its creation recog
nized the need for first-class tech
nical studies of broad scope and
long duration, supplementing! he
activities oi 'governments,
"A; conscious regional economic
orientation is-developing 9 other
areas in Western EuroDe and the
Soviet Woe, for example,'.' said a
prospectus of the inter-American
Research Committee Meeting in
"The. peoples of the Americas
heed to take. stock of their .own
regional advantages, with due re regard
gard regard for their interests in other
parts of the world, and to study
methods for expanding their mar
kets, within, the hemisphere,'.' .... -t
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scheduled to begin Monday,
Sept. 30. '
The series marks CFN's : first
attempt to conduct Spanish
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run Mondays and Thursdays for
a period of 12 weeks. lours will
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Fridays from 7 to 7:30 p.m. while
history may be vie wed on
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The latter courses are contin
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New York at Boston
Baltimore at Washington N)
Cleveland at Chicago (N)
Kansas City at Detroit (N)
Detroit 120 000 0003 9
Chicago 000 000 2002 7
Brooklyn at Philadelphia (N)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee (N)
Chicago at St. Louis N)
Only games scheduled.
Foytack (14-10), Sleater, Mass
Fischer (7-8), Rudolph and Bat-tey.
. V c (Night Game)
"Cleveland 010 000 1002
' Yesterday's Results
Kansas City 000 010 0001 5 1
Valentinette (2-2) and Brown.
Terry (5-11), Portecarrero and
Only Games Scheduled.
' (Based on 375 official at bats)
Playwr and C. G AB R H Pet.
Musial, St. L. 134 50? 82 176 .351
Mays, N. Y. 150 577 112 192 .333
KoDmson, Cin. 147 599 96 195 .326
Aaron, Mil, 148 607 '118 197.325
Groat. Pitts. 123 495 58 157 .317
Sch'ndienst,M. 148 639
Furillo, Bkn 118 390
Skinner. Pitts, 124 378
Hodges, Bk'n 147 570
Ashburn, Phil. 153 613
91 199 .311
61 120 .308
58 115 .304
92 171 .300
92 183 .299
Whites Score 19-13 Victory
Over Reds In BHS Grid Game
A Great Mew Plau entitled,
'Role of the Spoilers- all new cast)
By TREVTR SIMONS
I have a pair of corrections to
make dn some of my previous sto stories
ries stories about the forthcoming foot
ball Jamboree and regular inter inter-'
' inter-' acholastic season. In a few words,
my first error involves the amount
i of players wearing tne ureen ana
White of Junior Colege.
It-would take some of the old
timers with good memories to re recall
call recall the last time that a J.- C.
; team has had enough players to
mploy the two platoon system;
!but that's exactly what coach
Brown had out on the field when
his 22 charges went through a
rough scrimmage session with
the Athletic Club.
1,; To be sure, they do "include
some "us," tne mggest of wnicn
is Joe Cicero who was injured
Wednesday afternoon early in the
practice session. Cicero sufered a
painful injury to his side and was
till uaable to bend over at the
tuft Of practice.
lias the most
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(Available In Black
If this flashy halfback is lost
for even one or two games, Brown
will find the gap hard to fill.
Louis Hatchett was sidelined with
the ilu and did not suit up for
Wednesday's work-out and Jack
Hammond was playing with a bad
cold that could put him away for
There were a few others mak
ing their apeparance for the iirst
time tnis year and they will re
quire much conditioning before be
ing considered valuable to the J.C.
The Athletic Club, under the
guidance of Bill DeLamater will
not be as hurting as was previous'
ly thought. Bill McKeowa will take
over the reins at quarterback
with Charlie Brown and "Carl Tut
tie running from halfback.
The backfield is expected to re
ceive plenty of support from a
heavy experienced line that in
cludes Joe Oliver and Dick Lome Lome-dico,
dico, Lome-dico, two of the roughest custo
mers that local football has to of offer
fer offer for 1957.
Linesman Louis Taber and scran-
py Bill Rankin in the backfield
add plenty of punch tos the A. C.
thopes of a Jamboree title. A. C.'s
main irouoie, as a mailer 01 laci,
will coma from a disorganized of
fense made so by their inability
to get in enough work-outs togeth
With working nlavers from both
sides of the Isthmus, a joint ses session
sion session ii nearly an impossibility and
their training rules aren't nearly
as strict as those enforced in the
High Schools and J.C.
CHS Selects Queen and Captains
Pretty Ginny Kleefkens. 16-vear-
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
manus KJeefkeng of Margarita.
was elected Wednesday to be the
queen of the Jamboree and play
host to the other three competing
teams and queens in the yearly
Wendy Sasso, quarterback and
Williams, Bos. 129 ,414 96 160 .386
144 474 121 173 .365
132 425' 74 136 .320
152 608 108 193 .317
139 479 71 150 .313
122 45 i
Mantle. N. Y,
'96 172 .307
55 139 .304
98 171 .303
82 166 .296
53 125 .296
Williams, Red Sox
RUNS BATTED IN
Jensen, Red Sox
Malzone, Red Sox
Minoso, White Sox
: Me been ) fmHi:M$mUi
ms vy&mw wrm ,ys i vf f sr m
THE RESULTS A MiT "V
A last half rallv bv the Reds
fell short by six points on a "wet
and muddy field at Balboa S t a a-dium
dium a-dium Thursday night thus enabling'
the White team to win the annual
BHS Intrasquad game 19-3.
oiuve joaieman got tne' scoring
to Shoot Works Tonigh
'4 i ; By JOE SARGIS ;
NEW YORK; Sept. 27 lilt) -Hank Aaron,
tuning up for the World Series, and Roy Sievers,
tuning up for a biff nav raise, shoot thp wni-ke in.
started early in the first quarter "lgftt tO try to nail down the Only two ITiaior hattitto
when he drove 10 yards then titles still nn fnr
end I. " r V... iai ncetveiiu 01 tne
25 into the
(Based on 14 decisions)
Donovan, White Sox
Buhl, Braves -Sturdivant,
Bunning, Tigeri v
Bill Gibson, fulbact. win;. ,Kar
the honor as co-captain of 4 h t
Cristobal Tigers for' the, 1957 grid
season. The Athletic ciuo announc
ed too that Grade Lombana 'will
represent them as queen at the
Jamboree. No announcement as to
which Balboa High or J.C. girl
will get the,' honor was made i at
SACRAMENTO NBA) S Call-
fornia received a record $26,778, $26,778,-752
752 $26,778,-752 from thoroughbred racing dur during
ing during the 1956-57 fiscal year, an in:
crease of six per cent above the
i Ores 41o?
FT. CULICK LEAGUE
The NCO Club is still leading
the Fort Gulick Men's Bowling
League after- ten weeks of play
In Monday night's Sept. 23 ac
tios, the second place Scrounging
five dropped four points to the
sixth place Deadhners.
High game for he evening 0f a
232 was posted by Earl Rodenhiz-
er. ine mgnt s high series was
taken by John. Piotrowski with a
Team W L
NCO Gub- Z., - ,34 6
CLASSIC BOWLING LEAGUE
- Tam Standings "..
Seymour Agency 8-0
Evinrude 6 -.2
Agewood !r 33
El Panama; Hotel 3.5
Carta Vieja 1 7
Austin S 1-7
Seymour Agency once again
scored a shut-out, but this time
oves Austin to run their league
zone to Put the White team into Js
lead they never relinauished. Bate-
man's run was a combination of
power and speed which indicated
that the : big boy iust misht be
ready for his best year with the
Thire was nor more Scoring
until, near thtr end of the half
when Bob Rathgeber made it 12
for the Whites on a sweep good
for about eight yards and and
T.O, This closed out the scoring
for the half.
The second half wasn't verv old
when quarterback Joe 1 Reynolds
faked once, drooped back, and fir
ed a nice pass ; into the waiting
arms of his. end, Chuck Douglas,
who took the 12 yard toss and
proceeded another ; 48 yards into
pay dirt. Reynolds ran for the
point and this padded the White's
lead to 19-0.
At this point the Rad team took
over the offensive action and with
Gary Ness providine imost of the
puncn drove 64 yards. to the one
yard line only the lose the ball on
a fumble. Two plays later Rey
nolds and Joe Trower had a little
trouble with a handoff and Ked
guard Ralph Parker S oromotlv
pounced on he loose ball. Ness on only
ly only heeded one play to go the four
yards for the TD. He also : added
the point and the score stood 19-7.
In the fourth quarter, with
young Woody French, at the helm.
me xieos sianea .anoiDer.i drive.
major league baseball season.
leading total to 8 and 0. C.men ffi Sc fndLloyd
cascio and ChucK Bowers scored
565 each to lead Seymour Agency.
or Austin, "Tato" Samaniego was
mgn scorer. Austin seems to be
Spreadlin tlid most ol the toting,
but it' was French v who J finally
went the last half! yard for- the
score. This wound tin the scoring
iVr. "i" for the game, although all the rest
from vacation soe7 can gel back J
on the road again
1 . .
ngcwouu goi mio me act with a
wnite-washing wm over El Pana Panama
ma Panama Hotel. Agewood took to the
territory with the Red team, con?
sianuy inreatenmg or the game
ueing e. points, ,,. fl ,v.
There was a nice sized crowd
on hand for. the game which
! a duck to water and un "a.n.u lne arae
scored, a high game of 799 and HiAM1? w f f6
men series of 225fi., Pn rmmian itl. iuh w mud
Bud Baleer nd ,Rnh 7tnZ..7Xi The Bulldogs; showed enough i to-
. Z.-. -,w o.u, toh, nrtii,(.tl, .,11 k...
good -ieaniv ut ; :pretty green 4 1 in
sts.rPass defense and the kick-
scores i or om, sal, ana 57s were
-mgn". for .Agewood, while Billy
wuuer,' ,a2 ana rea Mfiianson:
.1117 tad' th t,ntol.. :i.
Kolly Gleichman rolled 612, the w 7 w w
u ln me young I u. ..ii
Iing game i were definite w a k
third, series over 600,
and Carta Vieja lost a 3
the. vnunff r.
league solar, but It wasn't enough l""t.v-!.r"u "cgow t0-,a'
to i match n.:fj:.L
to Evinrude: Th whnU. r.iA,H mnn. both showed
team: Dick Sovtr fm t lushes of strong running
team: Dick Soyster Ed Lowande 8ne" strong running T while
Bob Toland ,nrid Kuikel had I RetolAs d, Tom McKeown indi indi-luU
luU indi-luU headof steam up anl with on- they will develop into first
v 22 mn aonarotii tha.hTRk j ie quaneroauKS. in
low.mnr procMefto shoS "car-
Aaron, the star Milwaukee
Braves outfielder, already has
clinched the National Leacue
runs-Dawea-in uue witn 132 and
leads Ernie Banks of the Chi
cago Cubs 'in the .Jiome run
derby, 44 to 43. The Braves have
three games, left to nlav as do
the Cubs.'- ft
Sleversi the "poor man's Mick
ey Mantle," has all but clinched
the home, run and ;runs batted
in titles in the American
League. .The ? big Washington
outiielder has 41 homers, three
more than Ted Williams of the
Boston Red Sox, and 112 RBI's,
eight morethan .runnerup Vic
wertz oine uieveiana Indians.
Williams and Stan Musial al already
ready already have locked dpwn the bat-j
ung uues m, their respective
leagues, wiuiams, hitting .386
has a 21 point lead, over Mantle,
who will be rested untU ; the
opening 01 me worm series
Musial, given the final three
days of the season oft, is. batting
.001 ana ior au practical nur-
poses has won the,, NX., title
Willie Mays of the New .York
uiants is his closest opponent
witn a .333 marK. ; ;
Rookie Bill Harrell with n t.ri.
pie and, single paced the Indians
w a z-l victory over the Ath
letics in h a -1 night game and
Frank Boiling's single enabled
the Detroit Tigers to beat the
White Sox. 32. in vesterdav's on
ly omer action. The Tigers need
only one more win ; to t insure
themselves of ": a first division
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is Bateman showed up welt.' Mike
Crook did a. workman like eve-
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Douglas was the best of the ends.
this game win give the bus
coaches plenty to go on as they
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two squads into a team capable
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12 the football championship they
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The Air Traffic Controllers had
a hard time gettins the balbi to
meet the Dins last night aa the
surging Supply five dug In and
fired ATC out of a tie for first ula
by taking three points with games
of 882, 902, and 852. ATC showed
fine form by rolling a nice 900 to
salvage tneir one point in the
third game. Barnick was high rol
ler ior buppty witn 519 and Green Greenfield
field Greenfield scratched tha woods for 457
Coram Center-1, Central Main-
McCollum's 476 led the Wire and
solder five to within one point of
ine lourtn puce messagers by pac pacing
ing pacing them to three points and total
pins in a tight series. Games of
787, 801 and 851 for a total pin fall
oi iua was just a utue too much
for the teletypers who rolled 784,
oat ma toi ior uxu jhiu.
The up and coming storm guess
era ran into 1 a squall last night
wnen artists tascio ana seim lea
the mappers to a grand slam, with
549 and 543 series to increase their
hold on first place. Observer Frey
was mgn ior u stormy lads with
The Ditwtts had an easy time
of it last night whea the officer
team failed ta repair. Ramosvhad
high series of 429 for the air. to
High average Is held by nesser
Cascio with 171. Seim. Greenfield
and Maiek are breathing down his
necK for honors.
GIANTS MAKE CUT -;
NEW YORK CUP Tba world
champion New York Giants cot
down to tba 35-player -limit Tues-
aay nignt wilb otuy two rookies
able to win berths with tha Na National
tional National Football League club. John
Bookmaa of VDama (Ha.) U. and
Eddie Crawford of- Mississippi,
both defensive Backs, arc the
rookies who join 30 players from
last year's rnid and returning
vets Bobby Epps and Jack Spink
and John If artinkovic, who came
to tha Giants front Greet Bay. i
TWOGOOD TO CARDS f
CHICAGO." (UPWThe Chicago
Cardinals have obtained waivers
on Charley Twoeood. 230-oound of
fensive tackle from the Los Air-
geles Rams in exchanee for a fu
ture draft choice. Twogood played
wnn tne nams ior six years.
ST. LOUIS UP) August A.
Busch Jr.. president of the 'St.
Louis Cardinals, congratulated the
Milwaukee Braves Tuesday In a
telegram to Brave Board Chair Chairman
man Chairman Lou Permi. Busch said: J We
are proud to have you represent
tne nauonai league (in tha world
aeries) and will be even more
proud when you arc world cham
pions." . ..j,.
SINS MAKE CUTS V'H
WASHINGTON. fUP) 'The
Washington Redskins aot'down to
toe 35-player limit last night be
releasing three players defensive
back Rex Shiver, rookie guard
Jack Davis and rookie end Gil
Spring. Halfback Bert Zaeerr Join
ed the team yesterday, after dis-
cnarge rrom tne army, ana wnen
ha officially is Put on the roster.
coach Joe Kuharich will have to
cut one more Player.
The Panama National Bas Basketball
ketball Basketball Federation yesterday
decided to calloff the four-
team International basketball
tournament being held at the
Panama National Gym.
The tourney was canceled at
the request of Basketball As Association
sociation Association Colombia which
claimed that the team repre representing
senting representing Colombia, the Mede Mede-Uin
Uin Mede-Uin All-Stars, did not have the
Association's permission to
play in Panama.
One of the other teams par participating
ticipating participating id the local tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, the Albrook Flyers, had
previously announced that : it
was pulling out, of the tourney
because of the poor and ap apparently
parently apparently biased refereeing.
The other two teams In the
double round robin tourna tournament
ment tournament are the Panama Basket Basketball,
ball, Basketball, League champions, Marl Marlboro,
boro, Marlboro, and last-place Cervesa
Wednesday night, the Co Colombia
lombia Colombia team eked out a ques questionable
tionable questionable one-point 58-57 victo victory
ry victory over Albrook while Cerve Cervesa
sa Cervesa Balboa walloped Marlboro
92-69. : .i
Another reason -. given for
the cancellation was the fact
that the Colombian team did
nsjt bring all the players It
had announced as Included on
Its raster., i .-. r
' Club News' :
' "' '
By LESLIE o
News from the Cnmmitf
paring for the 6th Annual P.M.C,J
Tournament to be held from Nov.
2 JUL10 is very encouraging.
The Balboa Yacht Club cordial cordially
ly cordially invites all thoe interested in
the activities of the fishermen and
fisherwomen while ont his tourna tournament
ment tournament to visit their clubrooms si si-tuated
tuated si-tuated on the lower deck of the A A-merican
merican A-merican Legion Building m Bal-
v Catches will be published each
aax in the paper; In this way we.
who. are left on shore, will be able
to keep' m close contact with the
A,J. boit 0WI,ers entering" the
Marlm Tournament must contact
than Octt 26 to make knowh their
requirements re fuel. It has been
suggested that all tournament par-:
!iCIiJ.atSvpay tneir 15 entry fee
to their boat captains who will be
responsible fo it nnd turn it over
to a tournament committee mem mem-oer.
i, 'Boat captains in need' of crew
nieinpers or interested individuals
desiring a berth far th t,,rn,:
ment contest contact Chubby
Wright at 2-2535 during the day or
at,2-2428 after office hours." v;
s' Taj date tha .tnllmuina n.i4.
of Panama have pledged prizes to
Zmu ire winners s oi the
sixth annual Panama Marlin: Club
tournament as, indicatedf -v. y
Firestone Set of tires. '
Goodyear Dduble Air Foam
Mattress and two pillows. --rColpan
Motors $25.00 cash rpizc
. Policy Lodge Trophy (25.00)
J Crawford Agencies : $35.oo Let-'
ter of Credtl; on 'Air Conditioner,
Refrigerator, or Zenith Radio.
' 'Smot y Paredes -$100.00 Letter
? Shaws Marlin' Frmirlnl
Swift and Co.-Large cooked Ham
' Bob Worsley Cuckoo Clock
Coca Cola 1 Da Luxe Picnic
Cooler l Regular Cooler
i Union Oil Company Cases' of
Oil- A" i
Molnle OH Company Cases of
Texas Oil Company Cases of
f Wynne's 'Friction Proofing V
v Panama Autos, S.A. Tools. "::
There are a number of Panama
Merchants who have indicated a
desire to contribute nrfe nH
these donations are received they
will be published as soon as pos possible.
sible. possible. If the interest shown by tha
Panama Merchants and the rnn.
testants is any indication, t his
year's Panama Marlin Club Tourn-v
ament, should be a great success.
Little World ;:
f: .' STANDINGS 1
Teams ; Won. Lost Pet
Denver ; 3 0 l.OOPO
Buffalo - 0 3 .000
Buffalo ,. 400 401 000 9 11 1
Denver .-007 002 22x 13 16 0
; Coleman. Kume (3). Crad-
dock (6), Herbert (8) and Noble;
Oabler, Freeman (1), Depalo (4) -and
Oldls. WP: Derjalo. ; LP:
Craddock. HR's: Pless, Serena,
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT haih nrr,wn
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1957
4 : : - r' -ir 'ir-f ' M : f:
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TROPHY PRESENTATION i-.Mr. Frances Gilbert Halt) re-,
ceives the Tort Guile Women's BowUng
, age trophy irom Mr.. Dorothy Magazine, League Prjaent..
at .w cSttit. Meeting of the league last gj")
posted a 141 average to win the award. (U.S. Army Photo
Race Track Graded Entries
m Race, via senn
1 Slnitful H; Gustines 115,
2 Pibellndo '' B. Baeza 118
3 Coral G. Sanchez 113
4 Resuelto J. PhlUips 105
5 (Empire Cross A. Credi. 110
a tninh Trnt A. Ycaza 110
2nd Rac Special Imp. S Tl.
- 2ND RACE OF
1 Picararo G. Sanchez 10 -Has good speed
tSSl9 L J PhUUpa 1M -Lck. early foot
5 Introduction A. Alfaro 107xUsually. close up
6 El AKheUa H. Gustines lOfl Disappointment to date
7Blue Sky ,, B. Baeza,118 -Best early speed
8-Adversario- Hernan. 102x Has shown nothing.
Ird Race "F" Native 7 F.
1-J pi japa- A. Ycaza 115 -ieems "sure thing
aCyoyita A. Credldio 110 -tRates good chance
3SwSto.' E. Dario 101 Poor recent races1,.
4 Radical v $. Hernandez 105x Improved in last
5 Mr. Tivoli f J.-Phllllpa 108 -Dangeroes contender
.6-Bugaba. F. Ju&tinlanl 87xWeak effort in last
7-Romancero B. Baeza 115 -Excluded from' betting
f 4th Race "H2a. Nat,
I Fgv; Purse VJS
': '; QumiELA
2 fioiden Bound T. Hidal. 11
3 Mayrlta H. Gustinea 101
4 Don Manuel, A. Ycaza 115
5 Llborla A. Gonzalez 100.
El Pequefio 8. ,Hernan. x 87t
8th Raca Non-Winners 5 f.
1 Stelita 'a. Credldio 110 Makes debut here
2 Camarg9 H. Gustines 10S r-F 'orm indicates
3 Cuca lH. Ruiz 102 VNo good for racing
4 Chancerlt b: Hernan 87x-rastest, of bunch
5 Guacamaya F. Hidal. 108 wai fight it out
Rock n Roll E. Dario 103 Met interference
7 Gloria M A. Gonzales 103 Has shown nothing
8 Big garg V. Ortega 112 Reportedly speedy
Ith Race, 5th Series Imp. 8 Fg.Pure 8500 Pool Closet 1:40
FIRST RACE OF,THB DOUBLE'
1 Neeful B. Baeza 115 -Should score easily
' 2 Mlnuendo G. Sanchez 113 Will improve here ;
, S Mezereum A. Credldio 100' Early speed only
4 El Fakir J. Guzman 110 Not good enough
8 Plcudo H. do Gracia 107x Highly overrated
Sabiondo H. Gustinea 113 will put up fight
7 Oliver '8. Hernandez 02x Uiuany, close up
Tth Race, Ith Series Imp. 8 Fga.Pune 8500. J: Pool ptoses 4:1
i 'v : 2ND RACE Or THE DOUBLE V ;
i I French Shoe O. Ban. 113
2 Tony H. Gustines 103i
3 Matriculado S. Hernan lOOx
4 Rlscal E. Dario 108
5 Garramufio J. Rodrl. 113
6 Elegido ; A. Ycaza 115
1 Oro Purlto J. Bamanie.118
8 Lanero B. Baeza 110
0 Dawn Song D. D'Andrea 115
8th Raea,' 8th Series Imp Ffs.Part $408
. lrvala Mlsa A. Jordan 107x
2 Cenrecero G. Sanchez 110.
3 Sweet Windsor A Gon. 1C5
4 Justin 'H. Gustines 110
8 Reynold A. Credldio 104
Curala & Carvajal 108
;h Race, 4th Series Imp. 9 Fga
1 Ezcasay A. Credldio 103
J Distlngo S, Hernandez 10.Sx
B. Baeza 118
A. Ycaza 113
K- Flores 113
J. Phillips 114
V. Ortega 122
7 Jal Alai n
10th Raev 3rd Scries Imp. 8 Pes
1 Rosier B. Baeza 103
2 Graml"a H. Gustines 111
3 Town'a Wall O. Santhei 118
4 (Kadir A Ycaz US
5 (Germanio J. Phillips 115
Ilth Rare, Sta Series Imp. 7 rg.Pr $488
1 Cormorant T. R'.rtaleo 105
. 2 Prtncesa Vankisd Gu.'ti. 100
3 Kiosco 1. Gnnnan 103
4 Almtnar' A. Gon?a;es-llt
5 Edith Piaf A Ycaa 113
v, -- - -- ;
Seems mucn ine pesi
Back m best form
Depends on start
Will help entrymate
Purse $65. Pool Close, 1!30
Pool Close. MmJJSSS
a 1 j
Pool Closes t:S0
el left -il0-l
houldvbe close up y
-Best,, early speed ,-(
Form Indicates .k t,
Could gef up here
Rates fair chance',
Purse 8308 fool Closes 8:00
Seems 'Kr.der weight
Must go lower sx
Hard. to beat hera
Could make it now
Ran well in last -:
Racing to best, form
Dspands on start v
Pool Closes 4:48
Natives sre better 30-1
Mutuels favorite EVEN
Would surprie ,20-1
Rates good chance here j 3-1
Creditable race list .' 5-2
Last doesn't count .. 2-1
- Parse M
reol tloses 5:15
Would pey off here A"
- A:ould surprise .
Hnri to Mat
Returns u gooa cmpc
Gels real test here
Has strong finish
UsmsDv eloe up ;
Will fight it out
Purs $650 Pool Closet 5:4$
Was once ths bH
Should score again r
JBetter. race this time
CouM get up here-.
. Dsngenms contender
rl CIoms 8:1$
Bad legs hamper
Anything can liappea
lias boxing Rioves
Has best xaees
Rosier Town's Wall,
Contenders In Sprint
, The Stud' Cinco Estrellas speedy Argentine
mare Gramilla, fresh from a three-length victory
last week; tomorrow goes' out in qyest of a repeat
triumph in the $650 six furlong main even at the
Whmliiled to oppose the, six-
year-old daughter o1 Sfhm Has-sam-Gracias
are the entry of Ka Ka-dir
dir Ka-dir and Germanio, Rosier .and
The latter was a anappoinung
cond last week after going ott
an odds-on mutuels favorite. He
was an asy winner nw previous
time out while uraraui. n-u
wound up third in a mile. Guiller-,
mo Sanch, as usual will be a a-board
board a-board the Cuadra Mexico's ace.
Germanio, an unimpressive third
behind Gramilla and Town's WaU
in last Sunday's ntgmcap, couiq
improve here. Jorge rniuips wm
I j. D!iiV !!' hone
' KU1UC MJ x
TC.riir. which oe an emry
with Germanio because m- own
er Antonio Eskliosen. a wo vr
the iattei-, is 'a1 possible tipsetter
despite; the short distance. Kadir
is a Slow svarieu ui o
best over one mue. s
By Conrado Sargeant
. w r omerS are
a siiiv a unu',( w i .j i
hmair into the lo
cal racing picture this weekend
They are tne riwan
old grey colt Diocese nd the
native miy &wui. . -
tm... Titrh 1 entered for
the cococha stable and trained
by Arturo Phillips. '
shi.. ii 4.-. m rn-Tar-old- bay
daughtr of count Curly-AnRlla,
, j w ,j stt.iiri nlorla
Ste7a" and trained br'EduardO
Young. Otellta is ustea
her debut In tomorrow's ftfth
ract ior native maddent. 1
v li000 tittf' .'
Three well bred Irlah Wiles
are scheduled to arrive on the
Isthmus Sunday eonsigned t
' thoroughbred 4mpt Jacob)
S. Pereira. bThe anlnjalt ar
Zuphen, English" Wonder mnd
Riotut. ;' 1 h
' -u 4nA.vtrnlif : bay
filly, is art of fsprlnr of Combat Combat-ZerlUia
ZerlUia Combat-ZerlUia by Winterhalter. Eng ish
Wonder fa a three-yearom ay
daughter of Vlotory Day-Llzz4e tt
Lapse by Poor Man. Riotut 1
Pandemonium out of Datla ny
Dastur. ... .,:..'
....u.. .aiiMt Mr. Jake
by his legion of friends, Is one
of the pioneers of local horse
racing. . ; .'
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The Horse owners Association
Classic, which carries a purse
of 32 000 ior a one-mue iuii
Oct. 20, will be for fourth series
ZZ,:.. 'tvi deadline for entries
is next Monday, Sept. 30. ;
vvanitn Ttaera has
widened his lead in .the second j
i- i jrtnVair m ninn aver 111a
nearest contender, Henoaoroi
null jwiw-j v .
Gustines. Baeza nas a www "(
43 victories in 187. mourn
ii i m 1H1 tries for
the pint-sized Gustines.
The first semester't champion
B.hM VaaniiKX. It BtllJ
third despite being on the side
lines serving out a lz-nwev uj-
pension. vasquez. wno n
wins, leads Gulllermo Sanchez
by 12 winners. Ruben and Al
fredo vasquez, axso on e u u-pended
pended u-pended list, will return to ac action
tion action next jnonh.
. nn.. iuniHBr Ml-
M tor's contest hat develop
Into a twe-maa battle for tne
inearth of September, l Eatrc Eatrc-ii.
ii. Eatrc-ii. j. immt'i Donald Vin
cent leadt La Naeloa't Arturo
. rhii nonzales y atx
with two meets re
...... . 1
A.ifM tnM nr Anrontea. In
third place, Is 37 points behind
GonzaleV leads the trimestral;
. HtK : ina winner at:
n ini fnr rnnnernn
ICVIUflW ww ww
itero rernanaes di t-M. norm, hum
l oa rh for Btusano lejaaa
i By "CONRADO
t Blae Sky
r role Matnetlc
- Mr. Treou
, Jtlna I
'' Embassr P
Rosier, a former track cham -pionship
aspirant, is now i con confirmed
firmed confirmed in-and-outer rnd could re return,
turn, return, a winner if in tie r i g h t
mood; He will have the : benefit
of leading jockeyt Braqlio Baeza's
handling. -- ', ;
:The secondary ettractton, a sev seven
en seven furlong sprint sfoi fourth se series,
ries, series, imports, should be- a much
better race than the.f e a t u r e.
Eight horses are entered' for this
one Ezcasay, Distingo, Embassy,
Mossadet), Fieltro, Chivilingo, Ji
Aai II and Opulento.
Opulento outlasted Embassy last
week by a head in a thriller: This
week it could be even more excit exciting
ing exciting .with Fieltro and Mossadeq
added starters in the race. Fiel Fieltro
tro Fieltro was.' an. impressive winner in
a. lower bracket while' Mossadeq
had a week's rest, c
Nine other prospective thrillers
are included on an attractive card.'
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79D Country Sedan 6 Pass.
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Notre Dame -.In -Final Gasp.
By MAJOR AMOS B HOOPLE
- Original Watch Charm Guard
. EGAD! Vou mav depend on it.
friends, I am fully as shocked and
breathless as you no doubt must
be to be told Notre Dame will de de-fpsf.
fpsf. de-fpsf. PnrHiiA 1 in thn curtain-raiser
at Ross-Ade .Stadium-by a score
of 2,1 to 14.,.
-Fifty thousand unbelieving fans
will see the Irish pull this, one
out of the fire in the last minute
of playl ' ;
: I was. skeptical, I must admit,
when my chief assistant, the not noted
ed noted fourth dimension scientist, Prof.
Quentin Zlobotny, emerged from
his laboratory with this astound astounding
ing astounding prediction.
Now and then, you know, the
ereat expert" ha 3 mude a frac
tional miscalculation when shuf
fling a handful of abstract figures
and symbols, .-';,,,
I checked-arid rcchccked, called
in Dr. Vladimir McGrath, who has
been slightly incapacitated by ra
diation. The good Dr. McGrath
verified the findings of his c o 1 1-league.
league. 1-league. I amNforced to believe it,
and relay the news to the na nation's
tion's nation's sports devotees. Hak-kalf!
And now har-ruriph! Suppose
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on which you'll find two more e e-pochal
pochal e-pochal upsets, .Nebraska to beat
Army and Kentucky over Missis
sippi!v v v
Nebraska W,- Army I t "'
Kentucky 20, Missiigipp! 14
Notre Dame 21, Purdue 14
Arkansas 21, Tirfss 13
Brown 19, Colgate 4
Colgate 14, Cornell
Duke 27, Virgin! 7
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Florida 20, Wake. Forest 4
Georgia Tech 21, So Mthodlst 20
Vandarbilt 14, Georgia 7
Oregon Stahi 21, Kansas 13
Alabama 14, la. Stat.i 4
Michigan State 26, Indiana 14
Minnesota 27, Washington 13
Navy William and Mary 13
Ohio State 14, Tex. Christian 14
Pitt 20, Oregon 9
Penn Stat 21, Penn 7
Michigan 27 So. California 13
Northwestern 13, Stanford 7
Tennessee 28, Auburn 7
TonnessM 28,' Auburn 7
Tulaiw 14, Texas 4
California 20, Wash. Statu 13
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ATTENTION. 0. I.I Jvtt built
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FOR RENTs Fumhhod Mod Mod-dern
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FOR RENT: Furnihed apart apart-men.
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nanced. financed. Tol Panama 3-2594.
Filene Dies At 92
BOSTON. Sept. 27 (UP) The
late Lincoln Filene, last of Ameri
ca's merchant prmces,, leit an
estate of $4,250,000, it was esti estimated
mated estimated today. He died recently at
the age of 92. .. ..'
Boats fir Motors
FOR SALE: 15 ft. Sea Babe,
with trailer, two Mercury M.20
and controls, like new. Cristobal
3-3151 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE. Kenmoro (60 cy-
de) washing machine.. Used only
few times. Sacrifice i pries i $100.
Tel. Ft. Clayton, 6212.
., Cowes Venetian blinds, curtain
and drapery, upholstery, modern
, fabrics, bedspreads, slipcovers.
Great price reduction for this
month only, DECORACIONES
, ROBERTO. Via Espeft, Tel. 3-
1.4904. Get our free book "The
Curtain Book." -"fv
FOR SALE: Pet Ocelot never
' caged, $50. 250 watt converter,
$50. Gasoline lawn mower $50.
2491 -B Pylo St. 2-3050.
FOR SALE: Leaving the coun country
try country selling: New Hi-Fi console,
Cadillac car, fish tank and stand,
water heater, white -sowing ma machine
chine machine bureau and mirror, small
desk and chair. Phono 3-3084.
Corner Ave, Mexico. Calle 40
FOR SALE: Drexel bedroom
tet, maple bedroom sot, Swedish
'dining table and chairs, book-
cases. iCall 3-6286 after 5:00
FOR ,SALE: Due to trip. Living ;
' room set, iron table with glass, 4
chair, articles for gifts,: winter
! coats, dresses. First street Ne 7 7-24,
24, 7-24, apartment 10, Pereiil,-
FOR SALE: Apartment' build-'
big, "San Jose",' Rio Aba jo Not
' 2182, Espaffs Aenua. Inquire
earns building. :
FOR SALE Save money f Buy
Clayce building blocks, 4"x12"
x!2". They are economical, light
and do not crack, $123.20 par
thousand. Clayco tr Alfareria, S.
A., Via Espana No. 37-40.
BECAUSE I've decided to live
in the United States, I will sell
my Santa Clara Beach property.
8 acres, 5 fOrmshed houses.
Shop building, 2 walls with motor
; and windmill. See Fore re at San Santa
ta Santa Clara or write Geneva Shrapnel
1529 North Allen Avsnus, Pa Pasadena,
sadena, Pasadena, California.
Constructors opportunity. j$30,-.
000 modern, chalet, exclusive
ares exchanged for $13,000
3-minuto car wssh $1, steam
cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5. Auto-Bano, Trans-Isthmian
Highway nsar Sears. i ::
Tho bast dinnars and drinks
ere served in our modarn air air-conoitionoe
conoitionoe air-conoitionoe cafotoria, grill and
bar. Hoto Intornaclonal '"Pis.
ta S do Mayo, i
RE-UPHOLSTERING T I M E
Cushions, Sofas, Chairs. Lowest
prices in town, Free pick up and
delivery. Call for Estimates Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-4628, Colon 1484.
FOR SALE: 1957 Motorola Hi Hi-Fi
Fi Hi-Fi console, lime Oak, 60 cyl.
used two months. Tel. 2-3537.
It s Nice Inside Central High,
Say Negroes, Grateful For Troops
SlJTTLE ROCK, Ark. (UP-Ne4way their first full day in Central
ro teen seers integrated into
Central High School feel secure in
" tht knowledge tne ioisi AiTDonw
TrouDS-were), "behind tkem."
' wf'I felt aafer," is. the way young
Terrence Jtoberts put on get get-ting
ting get-ting home after hit first full day
With whit students in class.
"I didn't feel scared becaus of
all those guards up there,'; he
But it was different before Pres
cient Eisenhower ordered in 'the
troops, the Negroes quickly
Roberts was the first Negro
coy turned back by the Arkansas
National Guard on instructions
from Gov. Orval Faubus 22 days
The second time Roberts walked
to ihe school Monday and was
admitted officers interrupted his
-'studies to spirit him home be because
cause because of an unruly mob outside
' The nine Negro students, all
hand-picked on the basis of schol scholarship,
arship, scholarship, personal conduct and
health appeared happy over
Don't Miss The
5 WORLD SERIES
Corner Darien and "H" St.
Hiph worked out..
- Mrs. -Lucius, C Bates, president
of the state chapter ol the WAAUr
devised Ihe. strategy. lo. assemble
thestudantt : in one place for their
dramauc entry mto tne scnooi.
'First "the; students' were Ttaken
by. their parents to Mrs' Bates'
home. Army officers were, there to
transport the young people: to
school. 1 -.
The same plan worked at the
end of the school day.iih reverse
Just when the Negro students will
feel "safe" to walk alone to
school was not known.
Negro students who went to the
school Wednesday were Roberts,
Carlotta Wals, Blizabeth Ann
Eckford, Jefferson Thomas, Gloria
Ray. Ernest Green. Thelma Moth-
ershead. Minnie Jean Brown and
"Gosh,, everyone was so friend friend-Melba
Melba friend-Melba reported, however, one
didn't think it would be nearly
Melba ; reported, howevert, one
"A boy got ud." she said, "and
said 'I'm going to leave who's
coming with me?' The other stu students
dents students remained in their seats, she
said. The boy left at the direction
of the teacher.
Gloria, who was ISttyears old
today, said she made "goodi
inenas ana I know they were sin sincere.
cere. sincere. ..You can just te 1 when some someone
one someone really wants to be friends."-
Ernest, who said Central High
is 13 blocks, closer to home, was
so impressed by soldiers who es
corted him to school that he said, i
man, wnen i go into tne Army,
I'm enlisting in the 101st."
"At unch period, Terrence said
"softie of the kids didn't mind sit sitting
ting sitting at the table" with him.
Argue About 'Leak'
On Bank Rate Hike
LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) Pre Premier
mier Premier Harold Macmillan's eovern-
ment formally denied last nieht!
that It' leaked the news that the
bank rate was to be raised last
' The rate was" hiked from five
to seven percent A wave of sell selling
ing selling of government Lords preceded
tne crucial announcement and the
opposition Labor Party charged
FOR SALE: 26 ft. cabin aedan
"Sea Breeze". No. 631 can be
inspected at Panama Canal Yacht
Club. Mercury 1 00 h.p. marine
conversion speed 17 knots. Price
$1600.00. For further informs
tion calt Cristobal 3297.
FOR SALE: Midget Hot Rod for
Son $175. Dragster or Possible
Street Rod for Father $100. Ser
yel 25 or 60 cycle refrigerator
$100. 3 piece Upholstered living
room set $70. Solid Mahogany
dining table and chairs $150.
Portable sawing machine $40.
FOR SALE: Racing boat with
super Mercury engine. Trailer.
All in excellent condition. Phone
FOR SALE: 1952 Harley-Da-vidson
74, good condition, $225.
Phone 3-1633. House J71-A
New Cristobal, , A
"GET STREAMLINl "-'-the
McLevy iray, Bodjr( MnwsrO,.
Excercisinc 4 Machines, Turkmh
bath. Trained operators for Udias
and gentlemen. Uet results.
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Products ' -'
t. Aroaemena Ave. tl-M
FOR SALE: Swiss violin, excel excellent
lent excellent condition, reasonable price.
Garardo Ortega No. 1 0. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-779. u
PANAMA e COLON
Gibraltar l ife Ins. Co.
tor rates and Information
TeL Panama J-055J
155 Central Ave.
Arab Leaders Talk
lt Syri:iT4 Meeting
DAMASCUS. Sept. 27 (UP) '-i
Klne' Saud, of Saudi Arabia con
ferred witft': leaders of Syria and
Iraq today -in an effort apparently
designed help restore Harmony
a mono; the Arab nations and ease
the strain between Syria and the
West. VA .
Saud met separately with Syri
an president sntiKTi ei nuwauy
and with Iraqi Premier AU Jow Jow-dat,
dat, Jow-dat, who arrived here today
within 24 hours after he was in invited
vited invited to join the talks. :
Jowdat s visit to Syria was the
first by a ton member of the
Iraqi government since Iraq
joined the (Baghdad Pact Western
defense1 alliance in 1955. Saud
stopped here on hit way home
from a vacation in West Ger
The Saudi Arabian monarch met
with Kuwatly last night after a
state dinner in his honor". He con conferred
ferred conferred with Kuwatly again this
morning for 90 minutes, after
which Kuwatly talked with the
Iraqi premier. Jowdat then called
on Saud before all three leaders
attended a lunch for Saud.
Saud's visit here was believed
concerned chiefly with the tension
between Syria and its Arab neigh neighbors
bors neighbors aroused by the recent shake-
up in the byrian army command
Syria has denied Western chare
es that' the military changes
meant Syria was becoming a
Communist satellite, but tension
has : increased along the borders
with Jordan and Lebanon in re
Saudi Arabia's ambassador to
Damascus said last night that
Saud's visit here demonstrated the
"brotherly relations" existing be between
tween between Syria and Saudi Arabia.
"Our oil money and all our re
sources are mobilized for the de defense
fense defense of Syria and Arabism."
Ambassador Abdul. Aziz Ben Zeid
told a new -conference. ......
LOST: Wallet containing driv
' er's licenses and other personal
papers valuable only te the own- .;
nor. Believed to have boon lost
at Lux Theatre. REWARD TO
FINDER. Co n t a e t Courtney
Stompel. Tel. 3-0437 or 3-2940
P; a Bos 7 IS. Panami, R. P.
Aramburu Determined to Bring
Democracy to Argentine People
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina,
Sept. 27 (UP) Provisional Presi
dent Pedro E. Aramburu says he
is determined to carry out his pro
gram for free elections.. Feb. .23,
1958. despite the opposition of
those who hope for the return of
dictatorship, w f
m an exclusive interview with
the United Press. Aramburu was
optimistic that he could bring Ar
gentina back to normalcy and I
democracy in the face of a ''most
violent campaign of rumors and
Intrigues" and,- economic troubles
, .Aramburu has been plugging a
War at that program slnoe he a tic
ceeded Gen. Eduardo Lonardl, the
man wno served briefly as provi
sional President following the ov
erthow of Dictator,., Juan D, Peron
aepi. i, 130.- ; -v
His task has been complicated
by some internal bickering in his
government and by a mounting
tide of inflation which has brought
on labor demands for cost of liv living
ing living wage rises. ;p 1
At present. 47.000 telephone and
telegraph -workers are on strike
inrougnoui me country in support
of their demands Tor wage boosts.
A number of other -unions have
been staKing intermittent strikes
and work stoppages In support of
the communications workers. The
government, which-'.'turned 'down
the telephone ana telegraph re requests
quests requests as inflationary and declar
ed their strike illegal, has Veen
operating minimum, communica communication
tion communication facilities with troops and seek
ing to settle the walkout by .arbi
tration. (But no perceptible pro
gress has been reported toward a
settlement as yet, and there have
been indications that a general
strike might come about this week. I with his plan for elections and in
The labor unrest brought un.' dependence.
founded reports In the foreign press
(not by United (Press) that a re revolutionary
volutionary revolutionary movement was; under underway
way underway aeainit the Aramburu re
gime. .These reports may have
been inspired by the fact that Pe
ron used the labor union movement
as one of his strongest bases of
power.' :. .;.: i. .? i
However, in his interview. A
ramburu said that rumors about a
possible xireak in his government
wpia jiftsnliitAlv'. fnl '
t"IvCn assure you that our unl
ty Is indestructible." he said.
i The President expressed his re
gret JQr-the misinformation given
bout ; the Argentine situation. He
said, he felt this was due to the
fact ; they believed "their, great
and expected news Is to, announce
the fall of this government."
"It is evident that this is due to
not realizing the reality in Argen
tina, which, although difficult, is
firmly decided, to bring about a
triumph for democracy," he said.
Aramburu said fie believed the
Argentine workers "will continue
their constructive work of the good
oi the working class and the com.
He added that among those who
did not wish to see him carry
through his promise of free elec elections
tions elections and the establishment of an
independent .government next
year were men "who wish te see
the country under another dictator dictatorship."
He sard they hid their motives
with "the shield that the people
are not ready for democracy."
But he said it was his 'honest
and sincere belief "that democra
cy is learned with practice.
Therefore, he was going, through
1 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A,' DIABLO
BOX 121 1. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
ATTENTION all Isthmian enter.
Jrainar singers, dancers, novelty
etc. (Professional or amateur,),,
Auditions Monday 3:30 p.m, Sa-
Ion Panama, Hotel El Panama to I
aalect acts for Wednesday Va-
riety c. Nights .Winners, of which
, receive contract to perform at
El Panama., Bring your music,
, an, props, costum, and photo x
WISHING TO RENT-r-Threo or
four bedroom house with service
quarters. Please call Guy M.
Newland, Hotel Panami.
WANTED TO BUY: wlm.
mediately girls' winter coat, sizo
12 or 14,' phono 86-6285 Al-.'.
Wins, Fire Fight
BONN. Germany. Sent. 27mP1.
ine ; omy. au-gin lire brigade in
West v Germany won a 20 hour
battle against a fire irrthe Village
of Doemach yesterday. The vbri-
gaae s u members are volun
teers. 4 ... '., i
i 'WANTEOtStenogtaphar expe experienced
rienced experienced competent. Shorthand
English T Spanish. Good speller.
Columbia Pictures, Eusebio Mo Morale.
WANTEDii-Manaier for dub.
. Must be male; neat apparanco
U. S. citnen preferred. Apply in
person at Elks Club, La Boca
oad, Balboa from7:00 to 9:00
, LEARN BALURdOM Dancing
i Balboa ..2-4239. 1 Harnett and
Dorest Waitos school of danc-ing-
knights of Columbus Hall
(upstairs). Balboa 2-2363.
" L'ona Sean .Panco Studio, El
, Cangrejo, Pan,1 3-0327, for
i classes ie poeturo and dance
exercises for teen-agers and
: KNOWS his PRoniirr
1 SOUTH HAVEN- Mich. fUPnL
David Talt, owner of a South
Haven boat sales firm, spotted a
passing Berrien County sheriff's
car towing a tvne of boat whirh
only he sells in this area. Tail
wondered where the officer piir-
cnasea ; me coat until v e p u t y
Sheriff Edward Sanders camn tn
his store. The craft was ; stolen
from Tail's shop and 'abandoned
near. Coloma, 19 miles south of
AF Plane Will Try
to Shoof Pictures
Of Pamir Survival
. CASABLANCA, Morocco. Sen!
37 (UP) A I U.S. Air 5"orc.
plane left, nearby port LyauteJ
air' base' today to try to shoo!
pictures of the five Pamir suri
vivors aboard, the U.S. troop shW
Geiger. y.).;r 1
Plarir ommnnrln.rt. T.t tJoA vtr
RanlUn wlll try to fly hla four
the deck of the shin to Dermi
Army photographers, to take t
series of pictures.
Geleer acknowledged todaJ
reception of a radio message
sent by newspaper correspon correspon-deists
deists correspon-deists here to the ship comman commandant
dant commandant and-the five survivors ask
ing for details -on the windjam.4
mer's loss and, their rescue.
THE DELICATE DELINQUENT'
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the. chicks with his bag of tricks. He's joined the black blackboard
board blackboard jangle set and yon can bet he's the crasiest yet!
"THE DELICATE DELINQUENT"- sUrrina; Jerry Lewis
OPENS ON OCTOBER 2nd AT THE. CENTRAL;-
; GLIDDEN PANAMA
Phones: 3-7711 & 3-7712
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Packers Shippers Mevere
Phonos 2-2451 t- 2562
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PANAMA HIDING SCHOOL
Riding t Joaaatng Classes dairy
J to S p.m. Pbosso 2-2451
by an unexpended mortar shell,
ripped through a Pusan- school on
Wednesday. Police said the-explo-
sion ocurred when trash was be being
ing being burned near the children lin
ing up lor lunch. They theorued
tne snei was gathered during a
recent scran met hi dnve and was
inadvertently placed in a trash
Financial Secretary to the Trea- can.
sunr Enoch PowelL in a letter to
Harold Wilson, the Labor Party's
economic expert, said last night
however that a "careful invesn-j
uuvi oau iiueq w ui up cri-
dence of the leak.
Tuesday that the news had been
leaked before the official announce
ment was made.
Blast Kills Four
SEOUL, Korea (UP-PoUce re
Air Force Gives Up Hope
For More Pamir Survivors
LONDON. SeDt"27 (UP) A
LONDON, Sept. 26 (UP) A
ned the bleak stretches of the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic yesterday, keeping alive the
hnn of tinama a lew mute
survivors w tne so men ana
who were aboard the lost German
sailing ship Pamtt.. ;
Tne U.o.: air-aoo ickus
in tha Azores Islands an
nounced last night it virtually had
abandoned hope for the 80 crew
members sui missm ue
after hurricane tame smasneu
the bark Pamir and sent it to the
bottom.. ; M
The rescue unit called In all ns
ported today that four- chUdrenP',.nc5"L.fc! "JSLiJ rZT.y, f
h ki..uT.: ..J.T.ithe next few flays.
nMa sat swsiaw RUMICUUI VB UTCV1 1
AJVAiaw1) mrvw r
U.S. Air Force search plane scan- "Ten of us scrambled aboard an
Powell rejected Wilson's demand
for aa inquiry into the matter and
Indicated .that as far as the gov government
ernment government was concerned the mat matter
ter matter was closed.
Financial aides said the wave
of selling in go rem merit beads
could be accounted for by the gen general
eral general uncertainty of the pound ster sterling
ling sterling last week,. following persis persistent
tent persistent rumors that the pound was
to be devalued.
ilnvitea ybu to try their
...You'll like ill".
.-t-. Across fremjtha
. "El Panama" Hotel
it s rnact Gusrd cutter Absecon,
criss-crossed the search, area 600
to 900 mues soutnwest ot me
Azores. The West German radio
announced that German ships
would continue the search even if
all others' quit. ; ;
Atflard the US. troopship Geig
er, one of the six Pamir survivors
tn-A how ha and four companions
spent 54 hours in a tossing lifeboat
without water While five of their
shipmates died and the .others al almost
most almost gave up hope.
. LA sixth survivor, Guentber Has-
alhach. was rescued .alone ta -a
i iMrmrl lifeboat Tuesday nieht.
Karl O. Dummer, 24, the
Pamir's baler, said the ship's 3
maa crew and 51 teenage mer merchant
chant merchant marine cadets were Issued
cigarettes and liquor before they
abandoned ship a ter sending out
aa S.O.S. Saturday.
ADC OUip H'wm, uiuiuig iutb
Into the water,'' Dummer said.
"Others dropped, almost vertical vertically,
ly, vertically, into the sea one oa top of as-
The ship rolled lover and
ovenurnea uierjoat which wo
rignted, but we were lashed with
salt spray which made even
breathing difficult We saw 25
men climb into a dlmaeed life-
boat which was almost awashA
e saia ne and nis nine compan-'
iuns never saw tne other boat
again because of 30 foot waves
which tossed their own boat
wildly. ..-, V,.
For 54 hours -wo pm In ft n
Dummer said. "We had no drink drinking
ing drinking water... Five men died in the
boat from exDosure or iummrl mrf
despite the efforts ,otf others to
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Flies To Yalta
MOSCOW. Sent: 27 fUPWVrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt flew to Yalta
in the Crimea yesterday to talk
with vaeatioainf Soviet Commu
nist chief. Kikita & Khrushchev.
Her husband met then with
Josef Stalin and ethef Allied lead leaders
ers leaders at a historic conference in
1845 before the Axis Dowers sur-
BULLETS OR BUTTE Rr
SAN FRANCISCO. (UP) A
spokesman for the Air Defense
Command's Sixth Region Head
quarters was ssked Wednesday to
comment on aa Army report that
Wacs are being trained to become
members of presently all-male
guided musile crews. "WelL the
Army moss balls are still staffed;
by men,' the spokesman said,
"perhaps the Wacs are beinrj
trained for these ports te free a
maa for the kitchen." 1
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is tested over Akron, Ohio. Powered by a simple two-cycle
outboard motor, the all-frame 'copter weighs slightly more than J
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By TOM A. CULL EN
LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP)- A-
merrcans will miss the opportunity
m to see the worid's most famous
I woman, Queen Elizabeth II, as
her most informal self when she
5 visits the U.S. in October, for this
1 h possible only at the racetrack.
5 '."'Not since Queen Anne (1665-
11714) has any British Queen gone
J to the races as often as Elizazbetn,
i and,1 none has enjoyed them so
t IUUUI Ul UIC" o
newsreels of Elrza-
Ibeth during Royal Ascot Veek, or
by is being run. She is as excited
las a schoolgirl. She laughs and
f jokes, does everything but bounce
up and down in her seat.
J .When not urging her horses
home, she is down in the paddock
form with her iockeys
and, trainers.. Sometimes, uame
-,to bear the excitement of a photo-finish,
she covers her eyes with
her hands, and Prince Philip or
' Princess Margaret has to tell her
I the outcome.
? "Elizabeth has told friends, "I
''always feel so welcome at the
JraCes, as if I were really joining
in with evervon else.
i And small wonder. At the As"-
ont. Newmarket or Doncaster
Atracks. there are no kings .and
-queens, no courtiers and common-
:'hfere are only those who follow
'the ponies "turf enthusiasts,"
,they are called in the elegant pages
aof The Tatler. The pearl-gray top
hat of a duke, in reality, is apt to
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A PICTURE OF FEAR AND
FURY, PACKED WITH A
ACTION AND SUSPENSE!
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hide a Harry the Horse, or a Nice Nicely
ly Nicely Nicely Johnson in their British
The racetrack crowd returns the
Queen's affection. Watch the in interest
terest interest quicken whenever the
Queen's colors purple with gold
braid trimmings, black velvet cap
with gold frieze appear at a
Watch the crowd go mad with
joy when the Queen's horse wins,
as her chestnut filly, Almeria, did
twice running at Ascot this year.
Elizabeth broke all precedent
when she knighted her favorite
jockey, Gordon Richards, in Cor
onation year. The more sedate
members of her Court were scan scandalized,
dalized, scandalized, but the British public was
delighted. No honor could have
been more popular.
When the pint sized Richards
knelt before the Queen to re receive
ceive receive the accolade Elizabeth could
Wot repress a smile.
"Arise, Sir Gordon," she said;!
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men in a Heavy stage wiiisyei,
"I see you had a good day at Brigh Brighton."
ton." Brighton." (Richards had won three
The truth is that the British
are a gambling nation.-Half the
adult population has a flutter on
the weekly soccer pools, while
millions back horses and grey greyhounds.
hounds. greyhounds. ; i
This is why Elizabeth, although
she, herself, never bets, meets with
popular approval in giving the
races her roval patronage. This is
why she is known as "The Racing
The $120,000 won by her horses
this year incidentally, make her
the leading owner in 1957.
Elizabeth is said to take no in interest
terest interest in gambling, but if she did,
she would run into a stone wall
of opposition from many of her
Already, she has the League A A-gainst
gainst A-gainst Cruel Sports down on her
for not taking a stand against fox foxhunting.
hunting. foxhunting. "Only the patronage
which the Queen gives to this
debased and spurioua form of
sport keeps hunting within the
law in Britain today," declares the
league in its annual report.
Elizazbetn. herself, hasn't gone
.fox-hunting since ner accession to
the throne. Occasionally, 'however,
she attends a meet to watch the-l
hunt move off. , r
'Added to this Is the criticism
which Prince Philip brings flown
on' his head 'every, time he plays
polo on Sunday.. j L
' The Queen is subject to other
pressures, too. .The Greyhound
Owners Association, for example,
would like to know why the
Queen has never been to "the
Anyone would think that grey greyhound
hound greyhound meetings were not quite
respectable, judging by the royal
absence, the association complains.
Elizabeth's first love is for the
turf, however, and it is in her
blood, going back to her great greatgrandfather.
grandfather. greatgrandfather. Edward VII, who
made horse-racing "The Sport of
She reads blood stock records
like some people read novels. Af After
ter After anyj of her horses has run she
enters fall details in her own priv private
ate private racing ledger. She also writes
personal notes on races she sees.
Among the famous horses Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth has raced are Aureole, now
retired, who was once treated for
nerves by a Harlcy Street psy psychiatrist;
chiatrist; psychiatrist; and Landau, who has a
passion for jam tarts.
Cae l Denied
HOLLYWOOD, Sept. 27 (UP)
A fourth motion to have the Con
fidential magazine case declared
a mistrial because the jury had
deliberated nine days without
reaching a verdict wax Honied to today
day today by Superior Judge Herbert V.
Defense attorney Arthur Crow Crowley
ley Crowley asked for the mistrial on
grounds that he believed further
deliberations constituted "indirect
coercion desiened to force the
jury vto reach an ill-conceived
When his new motion for a mis mistrial
trial mistrial was denied, Crow'ey then de demanded
manded demanded that the jury "be brought
in richt now an asked hnw it
stands." Judge Walker, obviously
irked by the demand, snapoed,
"Cal'lng in the jury is strictly
within mv discretion. Yor motion
is entirely otrt o' order."
Crowley next formed the court
that co-defendant Marjorie Meade
was ill and aked the coot ier ier-tnission
tnission ier-tnission for her to remain at home
while the jury U deliberating rath rather
er rather than be forced to sit hi the
Judge Walker had Dr.. Marcus
Crahan, county jail physician, ex examine
amine examine Mrs. Meade in his cham chambers
bers chambers and when the doctor said she
was suffering from a co'd the
iudfe gave her Permission to stav
borne subject to a one hour call
to "etura erben summoned. ;
The Jury, one of whose mem member
ber member also as suferinf from a
cold, was provided with paper
gauze masks to wear while it de deliberated,
liberated, deliberated, j
Mrs. Meade and ber husband,
Fred, are the only individuals oa
trial along with four corporations.;
Uader court orders they had been
forced to appear in the courtroom
daily while the Jury deliberated.
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.QUEEN AT THE RACES: At the
British Look At Little Rock,
Praise Eisenhower's Attitude
LONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) Two
of Britain's most respected news newspapers
papers newspapers toaay praised President
Eisenhower's i"patience" in his
handling of the Little' Rock inte integration
gration integration crisis..
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The newspapers twere the Times
of ; London and., that Manchester
46 Oldtimers Go
v Forty-six non-U.S. citizen tn tn-ployes
ployes tn-ployes will be retired -from Ca Canal
nal Canal service at the end- of Sep September
tember September and will be placed on the
disability relief roll effective
Sixteen of the group retiring
this month have 40 or more
years of service with the Canal
organization. They include a
inumber of employes whose re retirement
tirement retirement normally would have
taken place during the past year
but which was "r deferred .until
August pending possible action
by Congress on a Civil Service
retirement plan for non-U.S.
Work 'of processing employ
Kment records Vr of tnose who
reached retirement age since
last August s was- begun last
month by the -- Personnel Bu Bureau
reau Bureau and it via expected that
there will be about 50 retire retirements
ments retirements each month during the
remainder of this year by which
time all deferment cases will be
handled.'. t y.
After thati normal retirement
procedures will be resumed as
individuals reach retirement age.
Ban De Havi'ands
In Vacalion Rumpus
LONDON. Sept. 2T UJF) I
Striking British aircran lecnm-
oians threatened, the world si
airlines with a major traffic
Two unions involved in a ais- serious violence and would not be
pute with the DeHavlland Air-controlled by. the state. authority,
craft Company over vacation He now gives the. assurance that
rights announced that as. ol the Negro citizens of the United
Monday all aircraft using the States in Arkansas will be pro pro-Company's
Company's pro-Company's equipment will pe de- tected t and that the law will be
clared "black" at a i r p ort carried out in the school at Little
throiigbOHt BrlUlii.-;'- Rock.". Jv
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iJSSSA SS Army Com m issd ries
routes opera iea oy nnium um um-seas
seas um-seas Airways and British Euro-;
pean Airways to a standstill. And
the rnany foreign airlines which
fly into Britain with aircraft
using De Havllland planes and
spare parts will also be affected.
It was not immediately known
how many airlines would be af affected
fected affected by the ban. De Havlland
engine parts and other equip equip-mrnt.
mrnt. equip-mrnt. irt ahlnned throuehout
the world and used en almost
all major airlinas. -
track, her moBt Informal self
"Little Rock," said the Guardi Guardian,
an, Guardian, "is not Budapest,- Arkansas
is .not Hungary, the United States
is not Judge Lynch's circuit.".
,"We have to say this,,-' it con continued
tinued continued "outrageously obvious
though it is. -,
v-"Two kinds .of people are bent
on proving the contrary. They are
the Communists on' the ones hand
'and some Southern politicians; on
the' other. The Soviet, press is busy
holding up Little Rock' as proof
that, racialism, and colonialism
are the 'ugly reality'; of America.
"Its 'message will not go un
heard in all the countries for
whom racialism and colonialism
are the worst of crimes, .Gov.
(Herman) Talmadge of, Georgia
has" said straight out that the
President is behaving like the
Russians in Hungary. That mes message
sage message may not go unheard either
in a South that remembers Sher
man's march." j;,; :
The Guardian continued:.-..
"A national disaster,'? $Lt. Ad Ad-lai
lai Ad-lai Stevenson says, 'our enemies
are gloating,' President Eisenhow Eisenhower
er Eisenhower his told, the nation, f,
"Both are right,''. laid the
Guardian.' f viiK
"Little Rock would be a grave
and damaging incident even if
America were as far away from
the rest of t heworld as in Wash Washington's
ington's Washington's day. It is much worse
now that the United, States has
engaged her power and her repu reputation
tation reputation ia every part ; of the
"But we should look deeper.
Race relations in America are the
dark aide of the moon. But the
dark is thinning. Twenty years
ago we should 'not have heard of
riots outside the school at Little
Rock because nobody would have
conceived ol sending Wegro cnu
dren there ... until vesterdav- Iit-
tleRock was not a symbol of the
South. It. was a rear guard action
lought almost by accident, in tne
wrong place and for the wroag
' "Now the President's Interven
tion has changed matters. .
"Now 'that he haa made bfs
point, sensible Americans will
want to negotiate an ordered re retreat
treat retreat by both sides so that Little
Rock can obey the law unforced
and the South, can resume its fit
ful, hard, but still, measurable
clrmh. But although there must be
Mlpaal tmm fftnu fin Alia nthn
haa Am.rira'. Int.twct af hart
will wat retreat' front law;','
the Times -said "the .'President
has timed his action well.v He
.wtited until it was clear that the
(disorders could lead to stiU more
Army rommlxsarles in the Ca
nal zone wlU be closed Monday
for the purpose or talcing ior-
mal semi-annual Inventory, It
was announced today by the
VS. Army Caribbean. V
This will include the commls-
Allies Can Lick
6th Fleet Chief
WITH U.S. MARINES IN; WESTJ
tukkjsy, sept, zi turj vice
Adm. Charles R. Brown said to today
day today that Allied naval power could
make "menkey meat" out of Rus Russian
sian Russian warships if they elected to
stay in the Mediterranean in the
event of war.
' Brown, commander of the U.S.
.6th Fleet, said that 'if I were
the Russians, I'd get the hell out
of 'there if a war started."
"With what we've got; we'd
make monkey meat out of them."
he said. "The Mediterranean sim
ply wouldn't be a safe or wise
place, for hem if war started.''
Jttrown s etn ieet, a well as
British, French and Italian war warships,
ships, warships, have been on maneuvers in
the Eastern Mediterranean. As
part of the war games of the
North Atlantic Treaty Organizaz Organizaz-tion,
tion, Organizaz-tion, 7,000 U.S. Marines ; swept
asnore rn west lureey this week.
The Russians recently- Sent two
Cruisers and three destroyers into
the Mediterranean. Officials of the
6th fleet said three, Soviet war
Ships, crossed their' path last week
and did not appear too friendly.
They said the U.S.S. Salamdnie.
a fleet oiler, spotted a Russian
cruiser and two destroyers and
flashed routine sea courtesy sig.
nals. The Soviets ignored them
The Soviet ships apparently were
en route to Latakia, Syria, from
Brown, standing on a hilltop
overlooking the Marine beach
head, 'said he assumed ,the Rusj
siahs have six to eight submarines
in the Mediterranean area He
said he also assumed they had
submarine bases in Communist
Albania but had no evidence to
support his assumption,
lordan Will fjecd
Greater U. S. Aid
WASHINGTON! Sept. 27 -(UP)
American officials believe Jordan
will require another sizable in
stallment of U.S. aid early next
year to preserve its economic sta;
bility and possibuy its independ
They estimated that the little
Arab nation would need betwten
15 and 25 million dollars, plus the
30 million dollar aid program set
up for Jordan after King Husein
staved off a threat to overthrow
his regime several months ago.
Jordan, is expected to receive
smaller amount s of aid' from
Saudi Arabia, Britain and perhaps
Iraq. King saud gave Jordan sev
en million dollars last month.
Britain is scheduled to provide
$1,100,000 in economic develop
ment funds. Iraq has given Jordan
$700,000 and is talking abont a
loan of $1,500,000.
The current U.S. aid nroeTilm!
for Jordan includes 10 miPion dol dollars
lars dollars for. military equipment, some
of which was delivered by U.S,
planes, on a rush basis after the
Syrian crisis flared.
Talks have not opened between
the United States and Jordan on a
new aid program, but American
officials believe that country will
need substantial aid, not only next
year but .for years to come,
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THE SENSATIONAL FIGHT
A MISS BT' CARMEN Challenger Carmen 'Basilic Is short with a;Tong.left to the chin of
middleweight, champ -Sugar Ray Robinson ln(the first roun4 of their middleweight cham championship
pionship championship bouti at Yankee .Stadium ln. New "Yorker '.V J: :'"
CHARGING "RAY Weltewelght champ -Carmen Baslllo '(right) .charges Sugar-Ray Jloblnspn
in 'the first, round'' of -their middleweight title bout Iri Vew York. '
Sofia Loren; Ponli
Married By Proxy ;
JUARE, Mexico, Sept, 27 (UP)
Film star Sovia Loren and pro
ducer Carlo Ponti .were married
h.A hrnrntv. Sent. II. vne Juarci
reoiRtrv office announced i a t
night. r 1 .- 1
ri0 Arn irn In Ttalv but Fon-
ti's whereabouts v at the time of
tneir pnwiy : iuuuo
.. t . ...mm. wars Till!
known,; . '-''':
Attorney Mario Ballesterosi stood
lu for Miss. Loren at the service
and attorney Antonio iopeji
hn. oaclrriofl Ponti'S role. MISS
Yron i minted s telling Judge
Venandn-de la Fiiente, who re
peated the vows, tnat sne.waum
be in Italv!in -order to make the
marriage legal in her native coun-
Botti MiM toren ana' pontf have
denied repeatedly they were mar married
ried married despite rumors to the contra-
A proxyvmarriage with' neither
bride nor ; groom ; present a s not
uncommong m Mexico. 4
Bergman and, Roberto Rossellim
were married here., in the same
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THE EYE ON ROBINSON The left eye 'of .Carmen
Baslllo, Is badly swollea as he cHncheawith" Sugar Ray-Robin-,
on in" the fifth round of thebi.-title bout in New York, Chal Challenger
lenger Challenger 'Basilio beat- Robinson lor the ,.middleweight cham cham-plonship
plonship cham-plonship of the wwld 00 a decision. In. 15 rounds.
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