The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, S. P., MONDAT, SEPTEMBER 30, 195

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' tlTTLE ROCK, Ark..; Sept. 30 tUP) Th econd
' weekyof integrated educational Central High school began'
peacefully today. A reduced force of paratroopers, with
bayonets removed fom their rifles, ,stood guard as nine

: Negroi chifdrenentered th.schooI without incident. ;
,, The Negro children arrived at the school at ,8:18
! a.m. in! an army station, wagoq, escorted as usual by two
tjjeep loads of paratroopers.' Pne soldier,' with a pistol strap
ped on his belt.: escortd therm from the car into the build build--
- build-- Ingi A sirriall group, of .white students stood, on the steps
td watch, their arrival, but made no "demonstration..; P

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Perdnista Escapes

About 20d Daratro6pert.r less

- than ralf the number who drove
Aback sullen crowds last Wednes-
day, rjnged the school this
v morning: The naked bayonets

f wwcft nad oeen iixea on uicir

M-l rifles last week werVcon
'r splcuously absent.

No crowds assembled on the

- streets near the. school." --.v
,i Gov. Orval E' TFaubus : told
- the United Press he was still
. idebatlny whether to call the
' Arkansas legislature into 'SPe
- cial session, and "I doubt that
any decision wllMie made to-'
' day." v f ,v f f
' Faubus, chatting with a re re-'
' re-' porter who joined ; him .": at
breakfast in- the governor's
mansion, : strongly' Implied that
he was cooling off onthe idea of
' conv'MnT the legislature t ert-

' act r '' n '"''!'

From

Chilean

Jail

"

Dressed

As Woman

ijcnool.

"A special ? session may

If

Ve

called v. and then 'again it may

not,"' he said. '1 have 1 never
kc been a fellow to Jump-into any any-v
v any-v thing. Some people who want a
- special session so badly might
'-"- change their minds when they
aton and take a second look at

the Idea." ; ' i

' Asked what might be accom-

- pllshed at a special session, Fau Fau-.
. Fau-. bus replied;'
' "There are definite possibili possibilities
ties possibilities which 1 do not want to dis-
jeuss now, but, I.da not know
- whether they are feasible- until
I explore them little- furtheB."
Some of the governor'., legal
- advisers privately expressed the
. opinion that little could be ac-j

compUshed at a special session.

-Frc.-.ce To Sfudyfv
: A!!::::c Tresly v
;il IkJiII Rearmed

' v P A.RTR. aeDt.SO (UP) Tor-

, elgn Minister Christian Plneau
-. warned in parliament today that

. h France would take a cwse loos.
".. at th Atlantic Treaty if her al-

k lies rearmed Ttuusla, without

' ; France s consent. -s-
Pineau addressed the Nation

ii Aembl before a confidence

vote on- the government Algerian

: self-rule bui tomgnw
, Premier Maurice BPtt rges-

Maunoury's survival In the crit-

. leal balldt appeared uncenam.
- Pineau. trvine tt steady Bour

v. gtt hand in the split chamber,
3 was attempting to combat accu accu-'
' accu-' sations that the government was

if doinfr nothing to stop me rearm rearmament
ament rearmament of Tunisia, the rebrt-sup-
porting neighbor Of Algeria.
"We hare proposed to Tunl Tunl-.
. Tunl-. ala a conference which would

discuss all pending inllitaryJ

- economic, financial and admin

- istrauve ouestlons," Plneau an-j

nounced.

'Skilled Agitators'
Sponsored Violence
fAI;Lill'e;Rock v
LONDON Seot" 30 up),' A

London Empire News" 1 report

from .Little Bock Vdav auoted
town Mayor ;f. Woodro Wilson

Mann as saying "skilled agita agitators,
tors, agitators, possibly icommuhists.-: spon

sored mob. la w and Violence" in
the school Integration jprlsls at
Uttle Rock.
"It was not a spontaneous ris rising
ing rising of the people. Agitators were
directing the crowds :from ore-

pared 'scripts,',' Empire Jfews
correspondent "Gerald B y rnt

ri coma net say jvei wnei nr p

(tne a-"if ; v. e rommu
nists. T would sav ami rfeimite

ly ithat the ? demonstrations of
mob violence In Little Rock and

other places were of such a na nature
ture nature as to help the cause of
communists in flghtlngr .demox
cracy In Little Rock, In Ameri

ca, and all -over the world,';
MannAaid,' according V to the

London paper, story. t f -

Brolhprly Indians
ShafejEqiialilerms

Oanrancr Charge

PLAYTIME Iff LITTLE ROCK A Negro girl students (right)

of central Ilieh scnoi m Lltue ock, ju-k stands on iirst oase

aftrr

getting a hit during a ball game. In rear troops' of
- J ,1C1 st Airboine Division walk iyi

the

'A' Dsmcm-snd-Pythlas Scombinaj

lion oi San Bias Inniatxi. returned
again to the Balboa Magistrate's

The inseparable pair L o a e y

Morris. 17 and faiacto Looez. is

have appeared before the Judge

on five different occasions, but

each time they, were caught f oa

vagrancy charges, they were to
getheK. ; ., &
. This' time the complaint acetis

ed them of wandering around on

Ahdrews Boulevard at Al brook Air)

Force Base at S a.m. yesterday
without legitimate business.
Apparently in order not to sep

arate them, each was sentenced

to Spend 30 days in jail and fin
ed $25. v .;

82-Natlon Debate
On Disarmament
Asked By Lodge
UNITED NATIONS, N.Ysept
30 (UP( -- US. .Ambassador

Henry Cabot Lodge will call to today
day today for a full 82-nation debate

as early as possible on the dead-.

locaea aisarmameni issue in

formed sources reported.
Lodge -will make the recom

mendation in a major speech

before the full U.N. disarma disarmament
ment disarmament committee. The sources

told the. United Press. He villi

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SANTIAGO. Chile, Sept. 30 (UP)

-An international police (inter
pol) alarm was out today for Gui
fierma Patricio Kelly; the Peroms

ta strongarm man who escaped

from a' Santiago iau where he

war being held for deportation to

Argentina as a common criminal.

Chi can authorities saia tney De

llAved Kellv. walked out of the

Santiago- peniteouary saturaay

night disguised as a .woman in

the company o four women vis visitors.
itors. visitors. A "woman's committee for

Kellv's freedom has been operat

ine here to prevent his extradi

tion.

When:. Kelly's : escape became

known, : government officials im

mediately scaled of an ports ano
airfields and. ordered a nationwide

search f or the 36-year old blo&d-

naired Aeiiy.

The Interpol last night flash flash-vd
vd flash-vd raqtiMtt to all adjoining coon-

trfcs 'aikins authorities to en

'tho ; lookout for Kolly who it

wanted in .Argontma for two

murdrt; assault,; extortion' rob-

bwf and the burning of several
churchK .v
.rwivArnment officials sealed' off

all airports and ordered a nation nationwide
wide nationwide search f or the 3B-yearold,
blond-haired Kelly, The Santiago

penitentiary director and 11 mem members
bers members of this- staff were arrested

and held incommunicado for"qes-

uoniniz .Thresuiipe threatened to

strain'' Argentine-CbUeanirelaUons;

nartlcularlv since Argentina had

warned Chile of a plan .to spirit

Kelly from prison, j

It' was Aely's second JauoreaK

in the .two years since -the fal

of Peron

Kelly and five other prominent

Peromsts had been 'jailed during

the September, 1955, revolution
that -toppled" Peron. j ;

All six, i n c I u d i n e financier

Jorge Antonio, escaped from a

prison in Southern Argentina and

suugiu asyiuin iu uiue,; uuiciu
courts granted freedom to five but

ordered Kelly held for extradition

on Argentina's charge that- he was

a. common criminal.

Bis escape from Santiago's grim

penitentiary was the first at the

prison in 10 years and sources

said it apparently-would bring bit
ter' protests from Argentine offi
cials. ." ;-'-'.

Chilean authorities 'pledged all

out efforts toVcapture' the elusive

KeUv.

Justice, Minister Arturo .Zuniga
Latorre confirmed 4hat the, Argen Argentine
tine Argentine .embassy had informed the

Chilean government that i had in
formation an escape plot was be1
ing hatched. i 1 '

Kelly, leader of the "Peronist

national, freedom aliance" which
acted as Peron's storm trooDS

during the last days of the Araen

tine rebellion apparently took ad

vantage of tne fact that rules are
relaxed for women visitors at the

prison. Although male visitors

must leave identity cards at the

entrance and nicked them ud on

leaving, women are not required

10 OQ SQ,
When a large delegation of wo women
men women came to visit him Saturday.

Kelly apparently slipped into wo

men s clothing. He walked out

with four of the visitors. His dis

appearance was disepvered at
8:40 p.m.' 1 1

Authorities immediately Issued

a general alarm and ordered ex extreme
treme extreme vicilia nee at airports

to prevent his flight from the

country.

The interiormlnfstry denied one

newsDBDer reodrt that ko v : hmi

taken off in a pl,ne from Tobalaba

nu-

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;yArmyJ.akes.U?.:
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Anorner notch

, ; WASHINGTON Sept. 30 (UP) The Army pulled
in Its belt another notch today to meet the economy d
mands of Defense Secretary Charles E. Wilson.
v It said it would replace one of its two 15,000-man
armored divisions with'a 5000-man armored combat team.
It said it would also abolish 14 air. defense Installations',
and five aviation construction battalions as well, as

duce a combat team in the Canal Zone

Die-Hard Europeans

In' Algeria Oppose
Self-Rule Proposal

Former Cbfbmbiaii

President Sets
No Date For Return

Airport onSkth eukirts ffSar

' The Court of Appeals, one tf
the highest "tribunals u Chile,
opened : an investigation. A crim crim-inal'.courts
inal'.courts crim-inal'.courts justice was interrogat interrogating
ing interrogating penitentiary -. director :. Alejan
dro Meiias and the" other 1 nn.

on afidats being held at Santiago
jaik - i' .'

Sources, Said "the Interior ministry-
was woried that Argentina

me", or complicity in the escaep.
: 1 i i Mini i .

't. Germsii Socialist

Urges Tiki Effort'

ft Mf

: (BONN, GermatiySent. 30

-Eric Ollenhaue. leader of West
Germany's Socialist Party, urged

me western powers today to make
one final effort; In a new Big
Four eonfereneeo overcome So

viet objections-, reunification of
Germany, u.-.: $

i jic Btu uie bsi suouia oe pre

pared totter Wesl'Germany pull
out of the Nortlrtflantic Treaty

urgantzation, it that the Krem

ALGIERS, Sept. 30 (UP) MiS-

ister for Algeria, Robert LaCoste
instructed his commanders in an

emergency conierence roaay w
smash any European demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations against the government's Al

gerian self-rule DttJ. 'I.
i The Socialist leader : passed on

the instructions before flying to

Paris to fight for the bul during

today's National Assembly debate.,
The security measures were Us Us-eussed
eussed Us-eussed in the presence, of all top

civilian, omuais asa neia eem

The cuts were part of the Ar
army's drive to nelp meet Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's order to pare down its
overall manpower strength s by
100,000 men by. the end of th
current fiscal year next June 30,
The Army said In a statement

M last night it would cut Its man

power by 7l,ooo by next Jan.' 1
and an additional' 29,000 by
June 30.' It said Wilson's order
also' may force it to close soms
Army posts; camps and other in-
stallationa

The service said the manpow manpower
er manpower euts would be concentrated
"among: personnel engaged in
administrative, logistical and
special activity" .branches.

hard European colonists watfted

yesterday, they Would pot accept

the law,
Then a group of 50 of their Tre

presents tives showed up at the

War Monvment ." near LaCOstes

residence' for a silent wreath lay

ing ceremony, .j,'

But 'ltsaid Wilson's 'economy ..TT

, k a., vj sr

strut turf.

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Prince CKarley ;

Escapes Asian, Flu

At New School

BARCELONA, Sept. 30 (UPi,

v- vut aaou UC1D Tt V I 7 1 '..j '.r, ,.

yesterday from an extended va-TBut'r h emnhasiied. "this

1 J U A. I I 1 m

woiua nave. 10 vm on uic oasis ox

r - .

JvST A COirNTRY KOY Arkansas Gov. Orval Fauhua ear-'

- net the American flag as he rides In -the Yell County Fair na-

-uv iu uMMirc, oi. iir a spcecu at uis iir, j; uuous aaia no
; was country boy and proud, o it, '. V f

cation at Sitges on the Medlter

ranean coast and reported him J

self in. excellent health. I.1 have null utr of the Warsaw

A spokesman for Gomez said Pact at. tha. um m and re-

he Still planned to return to CO- -unified Germany hernrn! mrt and

jlombia soon, but ai yet had set parcel of a broader European se se-nn
nn se-nn rlat ., i ?..',.,. juh, -,..

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LONDON, Sept. 30 UP) A-

sian flue has hit Prince Charles'
new school but the heir to the

British throne is not among those

affected,,. f, M,

Five of the 93 boys at Cheam

School,- in Berkshire, SO miles
from London, have' Asian flu, ma

tron Stella Jacks reported. They

are isolated In a special. room
and were reported progressing satisfactorily

Charles went "to the school, of
which his father is a former pu

pil, last week. The London Dailey

Express quoted an unidentified

member of the staff today as say

ing he seems to be "settling in
well."

He seems to be very popular

with the other hoys," the staff

member said. "They call him

Charles." 1 ;

llavyjce BreeJcer

Here For Tvo Days
On Way To Anlarlic: ;
The Navy Ice Breaker USS Gla.

cier, one of the ships comprising
Task Force 43 which is engaged in
the Antarctic Operation "Dean..

Ureese IIL" transited the Canal k

today on its Southward voyage to ;
the Polar regions,

The : Glacier, which will taka

part in the Antarctic phase A the
International- Geophysical Yea r
1957-1958, arrived at Cristobal this
morning for transit and is expect' -'..
ed to berth at the U. S. Naval
Station, Rodman.- Wednesday
morning she will depart lor Port
Lyttelton, New Zealand. .. Comdr.

B. J. LaUff, USN, ir commanding -officer
of the Glacier. Also aboard v
the ice breaker ia Capt, John Cad-
walader, a member ef the -staff
of Task Force 43. 't

The destroyer escort USS

trough, has already transited the

Canal and is On her way to New.
Zealand, the last stop before tha
long trip' south. Several other"-

ships on their way to the Antare- u
tic expedition will pass throuch'

the Canal during the remaining
three months of this year, the Na- '.
vy said. ..:;. ch '-

W5

r ..w. .. .in-, that urge the issue oe turnen over

"L'SZJ. r53Z Tm for debate to the General As-j

Officials Doubt &ntral

Dis-lntegrated

Hitch-hiking US Law Student
Serves Term In Chiriqui Jail

Can

Be

A hitch-hiking law student from

California today was planning to

file a complaint witn the U. S.

Embassy here' against a Panama

police captain and a' Judge in the
province -of David, who he claims

Z:?; :?' admlrilstrauon's. fight to him

arms shipment! be taken before fembly's main political commit- Some government offlciab ex-; prevent Interrerence with coait-

the outcome of this conierence

Is known," Pineau said, adding

forcefully: V v s "-.. -"We
always bear In mind the
spirit and letter of the Atlantic
pact and we reserve the right to

recall It if. necessary

Red Korean Plane .''
Scid Flyng Over -Dcmilitarjied
Zone
SEOUL, Sept. 30 fUP) A Com-

IMuQi&t North Korean plane, iiew
ever the demilitarize acne Atorwf'r
morning in violatMM A th Ko

rean armistice agreement, accord according
ing according to mmors here.
I'njted Nations command ofQ ofQ-r'h
r'h ofQ-r'h h4 no efimnrnt to reaVe oa

15-YearOld Stabs
Sister To Death -Practisjng
Fencing

' LONDON. 8epL 30 (CT) i

Fifteen-year-old Ian Antonlsi

accidentally stabbed his beauti

ful sister to death yesterday

rwhile they were practicing fenc

ing

The girl. 18-year-old Lorraine.!

was a promising panel dancer

and had several offers of posi positions
tions positions with companies,
Ian said he was practicing a

matador a sword thrust.

morrow that may- decide the

course not only of the Little Little-Rock
Rock Little-Rock dispute but of Southern
school Integration problems for

years to come. '.
Batista'. 'Com m'u t e s
3 Death Sentences

IJttle Rock.

;That would be an act to
evade the con- national rights
f'tb colored children," said
-ne revernment legal sourea
liere in close toaca with the
UU1 Rack sitaation. '
"Tha caarts would 'not per permit
mit permit It They the sUte) would
bin to cioe down aQ the
acbaola in Little Bock, not just

Jb1u".r -a U'mixt hoalj HAVANA, Sept, 30 (tP)-Presl.

, .. neni r utfacia, Batista wd com com-This
This com-This official said Arkansas mute the tieata sentences of three
could. If it wished, abolish its Cuban navy Men condemned by
entire public school system to iiUitary court tor rebellion, it was
avoid Integration. But he doubt-iDnounced last nieht.

"I thrust the sword, towards ed the people of Arkansa are The three men. an officer and

her. I didnt realize she was willing to pay "such sfprice." two noamcn.1 wert accused of aid-

thff p.'tiki. FrnM -e of Korea crnng forward, ne to.d police. Freaaent Eisennoer prepar-ng re be a ia the recent uprimng
fief" ini;ri!i t'ceer, that, "Then I heard her .arreamsed to return to the capital late asaist Uie government at Cien-t-
r- j c;i".t ts true. v 4 mi she fell to tfc Loor." today ta take personal command luegoe, r i

pressed doubt today that Gov. backed integration of Little Rock!

tnri Cj. muous or uie. Axaau-i acnoois. t t. v
sas Legislature can legally dls-j He faces a'criUcal conference

Integrate Central High School in, with five Southern governors feM

incomunicado" for ten days.

John Steele, a 28-year-old Amer

ican who arrived In Panama City
today after spending 10 days ia a
David jail cell, claims he was not

permitted to contact any u.

Embassy officials who might be

of some assistance to mm in his
plight. ., ii .- ..
According to the taH.soft-spok-

en hitch-hiker, be had just arriv

ed in David on Sept 13 when he
was ordered by two national
guardsmen to follow them to the
local jail for inspection of. his
passport papers.
Steele claims that his papers
and baggage were Inspected,
"which seemed wholly understand understandable
able understandable since I bad been .encounter .encountered
ed .encountered at night reading a book under
a dim light at the deserted rail railway
way railway station,") his pockets frisked,
and a small three inch pocket
knife seired.
Sal iff ha was told by a
Captain Vaaqvas that bis papers

war ia orar and that ha was
fraa fe return ta tha station, ar
whiravar rite Vi Alight wish.
As ha'tttmad f laava, howev however,
er, however, ha politely asked 'for his
ocfertknife. Steal declared.

At that point. Jie was informed

that the knife was a weapon and

was being confiscated m accord

ance witn ranama laws. Aiinougn
the brown nocketknife had little

commercial value, Steele said to today,
day, today, it bad great sentimental val-j

ue because it was s samiiy neir neir-loom.
loom. neir-loom. : . y-j -,-

A discussion back and forth led

to the incident which resulted in

his being thrown into jail. The po police
lice police captan refused to return -the

knife, Steele inaisted he wanted it

back, and anery words wero ex-j

changed. He wa jailed for "dts-j

respect to a police officer and cri

ticising the lawf fanama

He sav that a had been prom

ised br an omenri tvt he would

be permitted immediately to con-j

tact the U.S. Consul. But once m

jail, he war kept incomunicado.

hen oe was, reieasea aionoay

he made reonest to the Chiri

qui Mayo's offiea 1"t the return f, Canada, tvona a
of his poeketkoifa. It was return-! tern Europe lh'i'

led to him before ha left David. Tha incident u Eavid

Today he was writing up his

protest to the manner in which

he was arbitrardy thrown into
jail, and not permitted to contact

any U.S. Embassy official.

Steele, who sports a collegiate

crew-cut set out on his Latin A

merican hitch-hike tour fmm his
hometown in Oakland. Cal., on
June 17 and hopes to be home for

Christmas. v
.- ' '
- Ho decided to take a oaa-year
leave of absence (he's a tenter
at the Univ. a Calif. 1 before ho
receivJ his dearee because ha
felt this was his last chance to
make a iavnv befere : setKinfl
down ta a law practise. . ;.
"I'm particularly interested ia

criminal Uw,'vhd says reflrectivo-

ly, "nist this sort of thing exact

ly. I hate to see people's .basic
rights mishandled." 1

It be eets no aetina frooi Em

bassy officials, he plant to present
bis complaint to Several Sens tor
who are "particuliriy sensitive"

to .this typo of treatment of Amer America,
ica, America, citizens aboard. .;. -j
An eld hand at hitch hiking.,
Steele has already covered Mexi-i

r and

HTTCHHIKES ITETLX

A-

wiH not sour him oa Central
merica or its peonJe.

"I'm very pro-Lalin. T rerti' rerti'-iy
iy rerti'-iy am mot making Uita trip i
any seaso oi auperiority. tut 1 1-. i
strongiy that ia Ui.a cue the L, L,-sic
sic L,-sic ideas of international law $
violated. This 1 will f.ght for."
Uaea asked kow gnod his Sr -is
was, Steele rcpii-ed w I It k t

awwaea

j r-4i. j irnr-i nouja la g r a i
ela-rs i into jai

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axprarMd in letter from reader. ...
THE MAIL BOX

(Mr;

CONFUSED MELODY

tlon of how or why iuiy ieligious group should buy either ia the
Comujy PX's, oif Sales Stores, l.i5 . u
Every saturdav you will see a tall colored minister buying
tlx to elftht casps 'of beer. I have been wondering how or wny
lie ha privileges what s wrong with the, .brewery?
The word, discrimination! has been rutt to the ground and
eenoi to be allowed to be used lor only one group.-1
WTiy areAmericaus denied the privilege of buying in the

Army or Navy aaies stores rcgaraicas 01 rciwur ''""a,?
All TA V11t r.onfusri that the Salvation Army and Catholic Sto

tera take care of the homeless and unwanted oldpters and chil chil-jren.
jren. chil-jren. They should give up and let the big shots of Panama take
Avar thov'l jit.arvp In nn t,im flat.

i Tha mm ni- .flnnn ijieedfA for an addition for Old folks'

horn in Colon. J thought the lottery was supposed to help in
...... cm; m- th. fiaiv9.inn'' Artnv and Catholic Sis-

Labor ews
.And:'..

(,omment

!th fieoms Jikr the Salvation Army and Catholic Sis

o 1 ters are the, only pnes who core. Long may they live and prosper.
.' V -' Confused Methodist

J j. My medico gave me a thorough check, the 23rd in my 94
1 -and a half years, and. reported me in better condition than last

friend Haskins his moved to Laredo, Texas, I need th Panama

American more than ever. v,
i, vWith little stfjht left, I get more out:of the headlines than
. any other nource, and' consider it the best published with 'a flr-k
Of unexcelled newshounds.
'A. Sincerely,
W.J.Wright 1

'Sir:'

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE

; .... PBOUD TEENAGER :
Sir;1 ''.,. -t-'tf-"
- This is written for those many "Proud Parents." Remember
In the 20's and 30's when you were teenagers. Every one wore

ithese short, tight dresses, "man they were the most." or course
there was nothing wrong with doing the Charleston and Black
Bottom', the craze of tho day. At least we don't ruin buildings

r bv doinir the tiUerbue. do we?

. So I think that teenagers shbiild get a fair break. Let us

live a little before it's too late, fi .1
s'. A Proud Teenager

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I

Sp'-SBj VICTOR RltfiEL "'
X1T jr
In the echooing marble corridors

ul vile i' cuci ai wiu hivuob. imwie
jioffa's voice sounded affable.' He
offered his hand to a bitter criti

and benigwy aavued he had "no
hard ieelines." h

"Write What you want. Yea
know I novor ak favor," ha
, purred after a quick corner eon eon-torenco
torenco eon-torenco .with his professional

.Washington public relations man.

-Hoff a parried queniona like'-a
pre and slowed up only
when 1 asked nlrn whun ho had
conferred with J. Lewi. There
wai a genial "no comment," a
few mora parries and off ho wont
uptown in a cab with hi bud buddy,
dy, buddy, O. Burt Brennart, co-defends
ant in tho wire tap indictment.
Hoffa wai free for .the moment

to go and his cab, on the way to
the airport, sped past the-JMkers
island prison where his good
friend, extortionist Johnny Dio,
was in his cell awaiting word from
the same courtroom in which Justice-,
Ryan had just postponed the
Hoffa case. Nor did Hoifa bother
to visit his pal.
Brother Hoffa is running for a
mighty high-priced job and Dio is
excels baggage, t will not win
votes to be tied up with an Old
iriend against whom two witness witnesses
es witnesses said they would not testify be because
cause because they feared for their lives.
They said it'over and over again
to FBI agents and to U.S. Attor Attorneys
neys Attorneys in New York's Southern Dis

trict. So Hoffa, who never before
came to New York without seeing
Dio, this time had a hearty lunch
and flew south.

,- f

There was no 'doubt that Hoffa's

affability was on the best profes

sional advice; There was no

doubt that Hoffa's failure to droo

in on Dio's prison cell was also
part of the glamorizing campaign
to have it appear that any asso association
ciation association with muscle men had been

either a case o mistaken identi identity
ty identity or professional necessity.
On. Hoffa's orders in the past,
Dio had had places of honor at

Teamster functions. Teamster pub

lic relations men naa trotted pia
across the land iqto the most fash fashionable
ionable fashionable nlaceg. Once at Hotffa'a di

rection, Dio had the prize seat at
the prize: table right under the
podium at a Hotel Chase roof gar garden
den garden banquet ia St., Louis honoring
Dave Beet That was in 1953 and
the dais boards groaned under' the
!L1 tt -j 9 s

wejgai oi unimormea juages, sen senators
ators senators and national labor chiefs.
Now the rewriting of this historv

is in the hands of an intellectual
who has hitched his wagon to Hof Hoffa's
fa's Hoffa's sCr Mk the Teamsters and is

now hit campaign manager.
He ia Hoffa's braintrustor, an
old radical who once headed
something called the D.D.T.
Decant Democratic Trade Union.
Ism. That was before ho wat In
tho Teamters. It Is of ens Her Her-old
old Her-old Gibbons, I write, a lanky
oood-looklng fellow operating a
Teamster local ia St. Louis. Gib Gibbons
bons Gibbons Is the man who l collect
Ing th signed pledges ofd le legates
gates legates for Hoffa and devling
much of Hoffa's strategy in
constant touch, of course, with
Hoffa's Wathlngtoa public rela relation
tion relation man.- -'
Gibbons recently cave some of

his followers a' pep talk. This was

at a snop stewards meeting and

he was extra sensitive to the Mc

Cellan Committee charge and to

the evidence of Hoffa's until

is his association with Johnny Dio,

now doing two years for conspira

cy and bribery and soon up for

more.

"You will note the concentration

on Junmie Ho'fa," Gibbons said.
"They picked out an obscure cha

racter in New York named John

Dioguardi; sottinsignificant that, if

no deserves the name of Hood

lum, even -the Ke'auver Commit

tee... failed to find him."

There follows much more but

all Gibbons says now is that Hof

fa and he had the assignment from
Dave Beck to contact Dio who was

unionizing New York taxi drivers.

There is bo reference to Dio's rec

ord of protecting non-union shops

or extorting money.
Nor does 'Gibbons report' that

long after Dio was forced out of
the taxi situation by newsDaner

publicity, Hoffa said publicly that
Dio could bave any job he wants
that Hoffa could get him in the

Teamsters, nor Jioes Gibbons seem
at all contrite over 'the serious seriousness
ness seriousness of the charges against Dio.
Nor does he recognize the fact that

Dio used sections of the Teamsters

as the base of his operation.
Gibbons has been telling his
friends that all this is- unimport unimportant
ant unimportant that the big thing now is
to win for Hoffa. Gibbons has
traveled a long way from his old
crusade. The price for power is
appalling.

' "OkayV'tet'Me Have a

Board"

,i"v' mmmmPWli

III i ' K I

'SUM 4n3T TfflsS

I lUS-Ui 31.. A .i 0

, XV 0Z0'W Service.

T if T n H id r i if t mm m mimmm m l ui"i tit

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h

iff-

Lint From-a Blue Serge Sufi

The "Golden Virgin" movie was

originally titled. "Tn Story of Es

ther Costello." Moral: aox-onice

is sex-office ... Tne woies Home
Journal reports that Doris Duke
is worth $300 million, (Which

should be inspiring news to those

reading this in suowaysi re recent
cent recent teevee drama about a colyu
mistv war typical oi such drivel,
it at too slllv to.be either en-

ville's idea famine must .br des desperate.
perate. desperate. The "3:80 to Yum h" fron frontier
tier frontier fable is a eplica of "High
Noon" ...Tit-for-tatj; Jayne Mans

field. who stole' "WiU success

Spoil Rock .Hunter?" on Broad Broad-n.tt
n.tt Broad-n.tt :M fha -movio. Version or-

Sopnla fXiOren 'iS'5. practical u.

SoiMa Loren a-praauc gin.

She declared "Too Biucn -money

'PrM mrl the Passion is baa

ed on C.S. Forester's" novel, "The
Gun." However, .the characters

portrayed by Sinatra, Grant and

Loren are not in tne ooo...ine
i...i Aram rirflmtrf and a fair of

teevee OgreS have caUed It quits.
They'll be sorreee There nothmg
ex-er than an excritic..;7 Gander
the first violinist among the City
Center's music-makers. A blondi-

ful doll with a showgal face ana

figger ... Joan urawioro n
i,...a w arranbook with some

thing more substantial. The star
is om of Hollywood's major real

estate owners.- two y"" -fort
went into the "West Side Sto Story"
ry" Story" musical. Critics will make a
life-or-death decision in a few
hours ... The quote qf week A
Jane RusseU's: "I'm a sexy reli religious
gious religious girL" .: ,4if.';-!
Nothing raised eyebrows higher
thsn the Esquire article describ describing
ing describing Ezra Pound as "a true paot
-he has a love -for toe United
States that Is genuine and affect affect-ins
ins affect-ins Pmtnri whn'waa Indicted (or

treason, is now In the looney-bin
... Celluloldia's rampant anxiety is
eaiily explained: Only about 200
performers have the security- of

contracts, several uiouisna
are free-lancing ... There's a mu musical
sical musical lilt to Rita Hayworth's ortgln-j

al monicker: Margarita carmen
Cansino ... Daffiest mag titles are
Modern Screen's "Will Jerry-

Lewis Be a Good Mother?" and
Photoplay's "A Lot of Love Went

Into Our Divorce.7

Pan-Maritime'

Critics and playwrights are not

natural foes. O'Neill's "Afv Wil Wilderness"
derness" Wilderness" ia dedicated 'to 6. J.

Nathan..J)on't miss Samuel Graf
ton's love-letter in Paseant. Wordi

ful ... AiBC execs eiDect the Menr

Griffln show to be one c3 its radio;

elicks. It unveila Oct. T -."Jet ri

lot." starring John Wayne, b

crowded wtth thrilling sky cue is..

Get ready for a shock: Princess

Grace is a nail-biter Hugo Win-I

terhalter's disc, "Search for Para-j

disc," sound hke music should

sound '1. Hemingway's farm in

Cuba is hardly a shack. It has U

servants.. Is it my imagination or
are more sad more girls tinting
j their hair raxxberry color? ,
i Swislley Wintere staiTer. The

Saturday Night Kid." is -one of

i the few dramas to make the long

journey from Summer Stock to

Delicious
OroESE'pISHES
ALOHA CLUB
" Jirr ander -1
new sdmlmtctraUoB.
Actmo froas the
fEl Paim' lU-el
TATIN ISAtA
Masiarer

jwu uvia uwiii uici aT arrest awi m
Bredway...Rock Hudson announc-I 'Li eace wroto aubpok titled

es m a movie mag that be dislikes
publicity. The essay was probab

ly written by-bis Cress agent ...
lillboardini demands fancy fee.

Hollywood spends V9 million aH

Busily to advertiM its prod wet ...
Shubert Alley Humor v That weal wealthy
thy wealthy Huntingtoa Hartford Is the Z Z-thel
thel Z-thel Barrymore Theatre's a e w

landlord ... Tern pus certainly fid-

i gets: Body La in a it pi? the motn
er of a teea-ager In "The Female
Animal" Aceordiag to Theatre
Arts, the' Rockettet-wto are tv
ermioeiit stare of tbe Sfnsie Hall
Shows) care only r wfk.y
i Bro4wy is the Lnrtre Street in
j 'he world m th Way Vp and the
J Loneliest ea the Way Down.

ABC's "American Bandstand"
(music for teen-agers) manages
to be lively without being 'noisy.
Quite a feat... Atun we seem to
have heard before has become a

iukebox pet. "Stardust"... Jerome

Weldman's hymn to the Big Burg
(in Holiday mag) debunks the re-

Now A, Tank Towni" ... MOst ex

pensive straight show is "Auntie

Mamie." The top tocket costs $6

90 ... Among first-nighters who

were touched to tears' by the poig poignant
nant poignant beauty' of the 'Carousel" re revival
vival revival was" Mrs. Richard Kodgers.
It is highlighted by Howard Keel's
lusty vibrating Tony Perkins'

confession: "Sophia Loren makes
you think you're the .greatest man
ia the world. How? She listens."

(Oh.'):..Remmder to Gov: Faubus:
The Arkansas State Mot. j ls-Reg
sat populus. The -People Rule. ;

Mr. Presley must be chuckling
about those Elvls-is-slipplng mag

nieces. He ll earn a paltry sz mU

lion this year... Marilyn Elaine
Van Derbur (1958's Miss Ah-meri-

ca) Is nretty n news-photos and

prettier in person. A honey-blonde
with emerald orbs. Boyl... Babs

Stanwyck confesses to interview

ers that she's over 45. Meaning

sne's lovely, talented and nonest...
"Presents From the Past" is a
charming chune ... Sinatra's hill hilltop
top hilltop mansion is equipped with a

teleseope. The star enioys gazing

at tne stars... The click of the
"Pa jam a Game" movie is making

the backers oft he Broadway show
richer and richer. 126 golden an

gels...! The Big, City's changing

scene: Third Ave. is beginning to
look like Fifth Ave, and Broadway
is becoming more and more, like

the Bowery, v (

My idea of witerature is Max
Shulman's "Rally Round the Flag,
Boys I" ...Teevee : gives, chroines
something to dance about: $141 for
a one-hour show ... Lollobrigida's
success .debunks the theory that
performers, must change difficult-

to-pronounct tags ..v The. British
playgoer pays a 40 percent amuse amusement
ment amusement tax ... The Wincaell patent,

apparently, still attracts royalties.
Several midget mags use gossipy
3-dotters ... A tv spieler blooped:
"Folks, it's only 23 cents, one-fifth
of a dollar" ... Cyd Charisse's hob hobby:
by: hobby: Collecting dolls. She Is one...
Headline: "Gov't spending $214,000
a minute" ... That faster than

you can make it.- -

tfltzi Gaynors original namo Is

sooo impressive: Franceses Mitzi
Marlene de Czerhy von Gerber.M
Bernard Baruch's "My Own Sto

ry" is good reading. A geat A-

merle an story about a treat Amer

ican ; Zsa Zsa is the landlord of
a $95,000 Hollywood mansion... La La-na
na La-na Turner's eyes change color, de depending
pending depending on her mood. Green, gray
or blue ... The sineing Sefiorita on

the Plar show (who is Ava Gard Gardner's
ner's Gardner's lookslike) rings the bolL
Lovely ding-dongs ...Sorry to learn
"The Zoo Parade" is leaving TV.
That medium is tough on man and
beast Does Mike Todd know

worries. Owns two California ranch
es and a farm in Mass. One of
Hollywood's richest millionaires. .
It might interest Virginia lawmak lawmakers
ers lawmakers (so staunch in their support of
segregation) to know that their
State Song- was r composed by
James (Bland,. Negro.-
"The Walter Winchell File," Oct:
2. ABC-TV, 9:50 p.m.

DAMASCUS, (bv cable) The

Russian goal in syria unquesuon unquesuon-ably
ably unquesuon-ably is to develop that country e e-conomically
conomically e-conomically and socialy as a mod

el to the Arab world.,, There is no

sign of Syria's adopting Commu Communism
nism Communism as a political doctrine., Mos Mos-cota
cota Mos-cota Is too smart to try this.
The Kremlin knows Communism
is anathema to the Moslems but it
also knows these areas have lain

fallow for centuries under Turkish

rule and are now ripe for cultiva cultivation.,
tion., cultivation., Accordingly, the-Kremlin Jias
stolen the United States .Marshall
Plan-Point 4 strategy and combin combined
ed combined both with more money than
Uncle Sam ever thought of spend

ing. , -,

'.Whereas the United 'Statcs 'of-

fered Syria sixty million dollars

through the World Bank at 5 per
cent interest. Moscow offered Sy

ria between 350 and 400 million at
2 per ., cent, v Whereas the United

Mates ottered Svria five million

dollars worth of arms. Russia ot

tered around 150 million. True, our

arras-oner was an outright cut

while the Russian arms are being

puiu iur on a long-term oasis Dut
the Russian offer of a Vast arsenal

was goDbied up immediately.

AIDED. RUSSIAN VICT6RY
American farm nolicv o'lus J A

merican lackadaisical diplomacy

also contributed to the Russian vic

tory in that: 1: U.S. dinlomat

ii-.a .......... ....

iaueu w cuiuvate sumcieniy tne

young Syrian armv officers who

were rebelling aeamst the coun

try's old feudal rule; and (8)' anti-

communist jczra benson unwitting unwittingly
ly unwittingly played into Communist hands

by stealing Syria's-wheat market.
' Syria had long exported wheat
to southern Europe, especially I I-taly
taly I-taly but Benson, frantically cast-

lse around for wavs to ease ais

bulging bins negotiated a sizable
wheat deal at a cheap price with
Italy. This not only usumed the

Syrian market but lowered the
price of wheat.

Bulgana came along with an of

fer to buy Syrian wheat at 5 doU
per ton above the world price in
exchange for various Iron" Curtain
commodities. Syria now is getting
Czech arms, Hungarian telephones
made in the XT.T. plant Hungary
siezed from the United States
plus other equipment.
It was partly through this bar barter
ter barter deal that von Curtain experts

got into Syria on the most Com

prehensive development pr.gram
seen in the Near East. It puts into
effect for Stria what Harry Tru

man started planning for the en.

tire Near East namely, iriga iriga-tion,
tion, iriga-tion, roads, public works, to give
the Near East the same 60,000,00ft

population i had under the Rom

an .and "Greek Empires instead of

the substandard ill-nourished 25,009
000 it has today.

1 Here's now the Truman" plan has
been usurped by Iron Curtain lead

ership: The new Syrian' port ol

uaiaua Deing ouiit by the Jugo Jugoslavs
slavs Jugoslavs at a cost of ebout fourteen
million dollars was one a pros-

perious city during the time of thu
Crusaders. Latakia's harbor im

provements, being constructed bv
the Yugoslavs who got the contract

as low owners, nave-two'Danisli

engineers in actual charge. Tha
swamps behind Latakia are being
drained by Bulgarians at a cost of
seven million dollars. Another ten
million is to be spent on roads to
the harbor. i
- SQUEEZE ON LEBANON
. f ;.'
; The; not offeet of this tremend tremendous
ous tremendous harbor development will be
to squeeze out Syria's nalghbor,
Lebanon whoso famed seaport,
Beirut, has proipered since-the
days of the" Roman Empire. Lob.
anon, a good friend of the United
States and the most reasonable
Arab state toward Israel, Is al already
ready already sufferlno from -b o t d o r
xlashoa and deteriorating rata.
tlon with Syria.
-Syrian develooment wovides fos

a fifty-mi'lion-do'lar railroad lick licking,
ing, licking, Latakia with the hinterlan f
plus about thirty million for irs-

gaton and power projects -plus nit
new airoorf tn h ennstrucfpH he

fore -1960 under Bulganian .super

vision, 1 i;
t REDS IN DRIVER'S STAT
All this is taking place In 'a

country with Which the Unite 1

States enjoyed excellent past rela relations,
tions, relations, and which until recently ha i
been following American., leader

ship. The steps by which we lost
that leadership are: k i k

l. At early as 1954 .Russia pick

ed the Near i East. The Rsuaissu

knew the Syrians, isolated b
mountains, were proud, ambitious,.

suspicious, as well as located a

(Continued on page 8)

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MOVIES-TELtYISIOtf
by Erskina Johnson
' NSA StoH CpWnl

' HOLLYWOOD (NEA) "Oh, the

music- goes -round : and Touna

: No, madame; not here- on your

TV screens this, season.
Now' singers, along with cow
boys and the bit; network spec

taculars referred to this season

as "specials," ,re. the highlignts
of the 1957-'58 TVieason.
a But just singers singing isn't the
idea at all. it,'; ',"""'
' There's' a 'gimmick attached
to every singer, with a new abow.
The new shows are numerous-
- Frank Sinatra, 'Pat Boone, Giselle
MacKenzie. Patti- Pane, Patrice

Munsel, Polly, Bergen, Eddie Fish
er.r Rosemary clooney and Guy

JHitchell.i"' ,,'r
t .Not to overlook the "old" reg

: Ulars Dinah, Perry fat loom

ing Nat "King" Cole and the man

with the sweet music and the stir
prised look, Lawrence WeUu: :t .; :
. The gimmicks are numerous, va-

ried. All were designed to elimin

ate possible audience apathy Ji

1 'No,, it isn't just battle of top
tunes and tonsils for ratings. It's

a new same -called, "When Is

Singer Not a Singerp" Just look

now sneasy tnese clever TV writ

ers, producers and directors are
being about putting visual juke

Doxes in America's Homes.

. t

laughing,' wamea an to open the
commercials by saying. 'I don't

smoke, mends, bui u I did I'd
smoke- cigarettes.' i
- Pat's career bosses thought it
over, decided to snutf out the idea.
Patty Page as hostess of "The
Big Record" is com bi nine warb

ling with presenting the nation's
top recording stars singing their
hit records.. Sort of a rich man's
"Hit Parade.'! which also is back

on me air,

Patti s bis weekly list of truest

stars already reminds me of the

time singer Connie Towers anDear

ed on a biavNew York TV variety

- This 'S Sinatra' fellow, Ior ex

ample. He s having guest -stars
and dramatic sketches' in addition
to bis famed tinging. Thirteen of

fiis shows will be hall-hour music musicals,
als, musicals, 13 will be half-hour dramas
, and two will be one-hour specials.
When he isn't singing or starring,
Frank is the show's host and gen general
eral general greeter. In one of the 30-min-ute
musicals, his two teen-age chil children
dren children will join him in the musical
Ct.

"There were so many- celebri

ties on the stage,'- she told me,

that I was the only one m the

room I never heard of."

Nat (Kins) Cole.' who survived

the summer doldrums and j netv

work storm clouds as the only Ne

gro on TV with his own show,
came to you from Las Veeas on

his first two shows and will do a
lot more traveling around the

country during the season. Rose

mary uooney; with songs and va variety
riety variety acts, has takep over the Lux
Video Theater, which was washed
down the drain by a cancellation

detergent. t

ao there you are. as Georse

Gobel likes to say.
TV this yeaf also stands for

Tunes Variegated.

ur tonsils Various.

Ilagerly Says 'Cuts'
lo ADA'S Request
To Fire GOP f Jan

i NEWPORT, R. I., Sept. 30 (UP)

A White House spokesman today
rebuffed- a political croup's de

mand that president Eisenhower

dismiss a member of his staff for
a remark made in a campaign

ThV protest -was filed by Amerl

cans for Democratic Action. The

answer by James C. Hagerty,
White House press secretary, was

"nuts!"

The ADA had telegraphed the

President asking that' he, dismiss
Bernard M. Shanley; appointment
secretary and a prominent Repub

licanin New Jersey. Shanley in a

recent speech supporting the Re-

puplican candidacy of MMco'm s,
Forbes for governor of New Jer Jersey
sey Jersey said he thought the ADA "us "usually"
ually" "usually" followed the Communist

i Hagerty had explained pre

viously that Shanley was -not
speaking for the White House "as

such" at the time.
: The President nlayed "golf this
morning at the Newport Country

Club, talking before be departed
from his naval base headquarters
with Attorney; General' Herbert
Brownell in the early afternoon on
the progress of the 'school intecra intecra-tion
tion intecra-tion program in Little Rock, Ark.

Vaccine Released
WASHINGTON (UP) The U.

S.. Public Health Service has re

leased 3,712,059 more shots of
Asian flu vaccine, bringing to
more than tea million the number

of doses of the vacine distributed
in the past seven weeks.'

" XONDON, Sept. 27 (UP) Perr

fumes with the tantalizing names
of "Red Moscow" and "Kremlin"

will go on sale in Russia in con

nection with the lorthcoming ucto

ber Revolution celebrations, Radio

Moscow announced today.

Ocan Gateway

Answer to Previous PuiiN

-'ACROSS
Ocean i
" s gateway,-the
-- Canal
7 it its
Gulf port

13 Leveltr

6 Masculine ." V;
nickname
7 Supervisors -f .,
: 8 Altitude (b.) ;
9 Jump j i'
10 Moderate,
lllndians

12 Go by aircraft

14 Oleic acid salt Fouri,

IS Most

Arabian caliph

; u o t t e Pel lalalf a
! ?ENEf enT ? T 57
-'ZZZ ? f "" w e r e :
Jul axe riT 5 wIb1, 'J'
A 5 5 5 ? Hi PlX S if yl
A T 'ceoT I5TP
1 lAldgl 'lAli-lfeldl Wklg g

domesticated

im f 141. ,v Ml WwHl..,,,"! wa iw !aJti.ai -w MOfa.
It Epithet of 22Uather 30 Employer- ii Portuguese
thongs 31 Oriental coins coins
N'V 1 5 13 Units of 37 Kind of 47 Bridge
18 Medical energy window 48 Helps
.lw 24 Sweet J; 39 Capuchin, 49 Dirk
2Q Mexican coin .-er-tionX monkcv, SO Weieht f

2S Hebrew month 41 Challenges India
28 Polynesian 42 Encourage 52 Compass pola
god, '' 43 Hawaiian 84 Night before

28 Robust ' chant 4 an event

21 Removes

23 Puff up
27 It bisects an

32 Fortification
33 Elevate
34 Confer

33 Boy's name

38 Scatters v

39 Equals

40 Burdens
42 Love god
48 Narrow inlet
47 Back talk

(coll.)

SI Befit
93 Grumble t v

55 "Lily maid of

Astolat"

56Eluder

57 More succinct

58 Sensibilities
DOWN
1 Household
, animals

2 Grandparental
3 Captain of the

Nautilus
4 Afresh
5 Middling
-"teemb. form)

i a a h .... is ifc I ; 17 p ho hi. p
ij r r--
9 I 11 Ir"lB 1 I I
ia fa a iu irT" JSi1
a r-!rsr
B --" X
!j r -r r;
t I I I I I I'l I I In
,;. ".V

Eddie Fisher, alternating very
J Tuesday night at 8 in NBC-TV with
George Gobel, has Lonesome
George on stage -with him when
it's the Show of Eddie Fisher and
, Eddie is Gobel'e guest when it's the
show of George Gobel. ,MixWg a

; iwjcr-wiui cuineuiao i aueruai.-

jng show is a TV tossed salad idea
, with- a spicy flavoring ot. sones

- and six-pence and pockets full of
wry humor, i .t
.Pat Boone Of the handsome

.fK-pprt keristlminfhi shows

y .-' :P I m -A ir.1.11' .11 ..,11

!t i" leeu-age sie. noi ine rwiifl

'ones' wouywood moves tike to

; glorify hut those with .-clean";
; white iuck' shoes. )- J'i -'
Last BDrinf. before Pat lander!

, his eurent sponsor, he was ao In

? oemana that a -cigarette maker

wantea to oannreu Jii show even

though Pat doesn't smoke. A

' The iggie ponsorr Pat still

i By OSWALD JACOBT' ;
. Vritten for NEA Service

i i

6S

.west:-

n a ?.

94 v'V V AKQJtz

JfS. f Qto4

kr4aKQJIlM'..
- ? m at

; : Both vulnerable

' SmO West Kerth Eaei

1 A Ps lX.T.12 V

SaV LPaM 4 4V Pan
Pasa- i Double Pass w Paaa
Paae V .... T A

. Opening lead V

-. West's ; double 'of tha four

gpade coatract does not meet
with my approval. He did have
four trumps to the ace-nine and

' bis partner had made a vulner vulner--
- vulner-- able overcall but the opponents

, had bid strongly and he could

not expect to act the hand more
ithan one trick. ..- : .-i
. still, there- have been plenty
of worse doubles made and if
: West had only known bow. to
' defend ha would have set .the
. contract. -
West opened the four of
' hearts and East's Jack held the
trick. East won the second trick
. with the ace of hearts and con
tinued with the king. South ruf ruf-fed
fed ruf-fed with the king of spades. -.
.West,, looking; the situation
, over with what vaa aupposed to
look like careful study, remark remarked
ed remarked "Ka better place for It- and
slapped on the ace of spades, j
This play ended South's trou

bles. He won the next trice.

crew trumps and apread toe

hand.

There was a lot better lace

for that axe of trumps, AH West

ca-d to go waa to discard instead

. of ore miff and he would have

made two trump tricks and aet

wie con tract.
This particular play or some
variation of it comes vp Quite
often and It is well to bear la
mind that there is no rule re-c,u!r!-g
rem to raff merely be-

c ceciarer has ruiied ahead
Ci JOVS. J

CLUBS Sta
, lor as little
as 2.5c a waak

WHY NOT START YOUR CHRISTMAS CLUI NOW

DON'T TAKE CHANCES
' BE A'
SURE WIIIIIER
BUY ON OUR
CLUB

ri?i

U V

3k ¨tur & (Horn unutkng Stort

4th ef July Ave. H it. Taf 2-0725

mm

SPECIAL SALE AT AAERCURIO

; STARTING TODAY

Costume Jewelry Seta
" NOW from $10 boxed

i v Vanity Cases NOW from $1.00
TV- many at 12 price

U e Costume Jewelry, Including
Rhinestones Set, reduced td 11
j, of original price!
Gold Earrings, Wide Assortment
J X pairs for S5.00 .... ..
Fancy Earrings from Sf cents

' Fancy Imitation Stone Rings
v from SO cents

. Solid Gold Rings reduced by 25 to 50
! Man's Jewelry, Tie Tins from 71 cents
- Cuff Links Sets VI price!

Open from:
8 to 12
" 'x2 to 6 ';.

at aT ) iu r- i 8fc. x?a j

.' JIB Lsl 9,1 MM m .Bk

U U U U Jvj v-x u

Man's Waterproof Watches

I T I. I. J ( fA'

is aicwcia irvm .. alA.OU..

10.00
14.50
10001

Watches 17 Jewels Irom
Before; 19.75 to 37Q
Crystal ball Watches from
17 Jewels
Travel Alarms Clocks

Before 24.50 Now

Silver Plate Flatware
Complete Sets In CHest
' NOW frbm S12J0

Silver Flat and Sterling) Stiver Gifts

reoucea y 19 1m 33
Ton will find some silver Items' reduced
to 12 th original price
. f ;
SterUng Tea ft Coffee Sets VV.
- S pieces NOW frem $15100 as.

Diamond Rings Reg. 17 JO NOW 25.00

Solid Gold Slave Bracelets
from ...J40.00
Creamer Sugar Sets from . 5.00
Watef Pitchers from 10.87

Bread Trays from ....... 3.37.

Chafing Dishes, with Pyfex
insert Before 49.75 Now 37-50
Candle Sticks SterHnj; t
Now from 4.50 per pair

Jewellers
' Central Avenue

.
, it

Sterling Candelabra 1
n 25. off ; :.

A. CLASSIFIEDS

r

FIVE Percent Discount
On All USED CARS

THIS WEEK

SOLD

V iSsSS.
coLO t0 rrteei II

I

ONE HUNDRED

SIXTEEN
OF THE
BEST USED CARS
IN PANAMA
TO CHOOSE FROM

JACK WEIR

ill

n. .1 v.... . '..i..ut.".'f.'v i

! "it i'

''-'' i .'f."

4

4 J

11

On Windshield

r

Deduct 5 Percent
Off Full Price

FINANC

AVAILABLE

' .v -"
Trade-Ins Accepted

E

LOT Mb. 1 At Main Building
Lot Mo. 2 (seescotv acs
' 1 from Coed Cola Co.

LOT

No

.3

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. V : "-.
Srtioii
v.-. -. t .- r ... v --r

Across from Central
de Lecheria

CHEVROLET v

OLDSMOBILE

DUICIC

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT BAILS NEWSPAPER",
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1951
PAKE FOUR. ;
hd Otkerwidel
New Booklet Gives Recipes
Free Of Wheat, Milk, Eggs
4 -SLAi ;
' By GAY NOR MAODOX,
1)1 E A Food and Marlcats Editor
P...-. 9.07AO 2-0741 LIwm 9:00 tm 10 ..
, .....

Box 134,
Panama

ifl. .1 f . ..J . U . ..I. -J.-. . M'AWfi .l.-.VA'.AVflO i 1. 1 I

. ' J v' Si.-,. s I -v I

f. IKS ijj

"'i mm TTirSff

i: ' r ..f iF.i,nio nofhnn hnws some of the other Pan-

r t REMEAKSlwo roK Amu ?nuw ,0" t hVVala ball to be Klven by

i iSSkberof tSS Uaid,.n Home In Panama. TiCeu will be ,1

the

50 each. The ball will be held at the Union Club on fcatuiday

PRFSiinrXT OF PANAMA AND FIRST LAD!

INAUGURATE EPISCOPAL PALACE IN DAVID

; The President of Panama and Mrs. Ernesto de la Dr. Harmodio AriasTrTTno

Dr. And Mrs. Harmodio Ariat Jr.
Givo Cocktail Party

For Brazilian Artists

i- .. ...i.nii in rhirlnni where thev officiated at the

f inanrnration of the Episcopal Palace, which has been recently

s. niH in liayia.

Italian Ambassador
fntortain

The Italian Ambassador 'and

. Mr Ricardo Moscati entertained

a Saturday night with a cocktail
party at the Embassy residence.

Maf. And Mrs. Hugh
Give Cocktail Party
At Quary Haights
Maj. and Mrs. Robert L. Hughes
entertained with a cocktail buffet
at, Quary Heights' Officers' Club
on Saturday evening.
A large group of their friends
enjoyed a very pleasant evening.

m

is? ftiIt

Ills

wife will entertain at a cocktail

party this evening in honor of the
Brazilian artists A. Heeler and A.
Aladar, who are directors of the
Show of Contemporary Brazilian
Paintings, which is at the Casa
del Periodista.
The parly will be held 'at the
Casa del Periodista at 6:30 this
evening.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE B)

TEENO BALL
For Reservation Call
Ellen Bailey .....2-3712
Bill Bright 273-31 4d
Rose Casey:" .2-3630
'Meyer SoItiTirf L ,2-34Q7
William Town send. 2-2472
Harnett A Dunn ..2-4239
Nov. 8th, 1957
EI Panama Hotel

COrtf) tlPU fnr vanrlnra wlflt l

lergies to wheat flour; milk 5 or

eees. 'ine American Dietetic Assn.

I fhas Just issued a 64-page booklet

cuiuauiiMK lesieu. recipes ririm

use no wheat Jour, mm: or eggs,

yet taste good." It is titled ".Aller ".Allergy
gy ".Allergy Recipes." t ,v

Here are two wheat. milk and

egg-free recipes from the book,
edited by leading dieticians -and
nutritionists. A

Oat Flour Nut MuHint
(i muffins)

One cud oat flour. 4 teasooons

baking powder, 2 tahlespoons su sugar,1
gar,1 sugar,1 V4 teaspoon salt; cup wa
ter, 1- tablespoon cottonseed oil,
M: cud choDDed walauU. Sift dry

ingredients together Add water.

oil and nuts.. Mix. rill m u f 1 1 o

pans, greased with cottonseed oil
2-3 full. Bake at 400 degrees T.
for about 30 minutes. r

Spica take (t loaf cake) i
' i "l
One cup brown-sugar; IV cupa
water, l cup raisins, seedless. 2
ounces' citron, cut fine, 1-3 tlip"
fat, ft teaspoon salt, 1 teaspoon
nutmeg, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, 4
teaspoons baking powder, 1 cup
cornmeal, fine, 1 cup ?ye flour.'
' Boil suear, water, fruit, lat and
salt together for 3 minutes. When
cool, add to sifted dry indredients
Mix thoroughly. Bake m i greas greased
ed greased oaf pan at 375 degrees F, jfor
about 45 minutes.'1 ;
To obtain a copy of the booklet,
write "to the American Dietetic

Assnf (Si non-profit organization),

620 North Michigan Ave. Chicago
1, III. Enclose 50 cents.

BEFORE. TIIE RACE Mr. and Mrs. L. G.'; Bradshaw and Mr. and Mrs. A. Brantley dis- ,'
cuss form before the running of the "Panama Jockey Club"" Classic yesterday afternoon. ;

L in.nnii. mm&LJZ,'f 'j o,- I t

I ".J "I

WATCHING THE' FINISH Mr. and Mrs.- Butler,- their daughter Evelyn Butler; Mr. and 'Mrs. J
Gross ana Gedrge Moore are ahown-.watching the Xinisn ot the classier. ; .;

WW

'.uyrAf-r

1

aw -" '-few V ifF 4. V

if-

Happy Dreams

Till r

UCTOCEN la ran.
- iafaai fnoS

10

luiMck Im aker k- kerf off. fct. W W T ta
vakiM MT-T- It't kcawo a LACTOCEN Uky.
LACTOCEN rido. at a fma Bf o-flf V "'n'"'
tW orf ekawM nicury awirfy lk Ua (a Pl
InM Uijt food k bmU m4 doaa k t
lhk mm,; el er; a kappy iif-Um mi oMf tifnm

fMk, MUnaaa & MaJiCrf 1 !" W
"

mmn

'"4 A" J
- v -" -

A NES71. ftOOOCT fWAJtB) BKCWUT FOt ANT FfflW

v k Vil t' J f err-:- :
J
fill If t h I . ,..
o 11 Py-v' ,l .-k;.
i ii iii a ii inn I,.., i t j i iii if it d fa v a "'",MI

' Cotillion Season is on aain at 'the Hotel Panama where

teen-agers will gather 'Thursday evening, October 3 to start
ballroom instruction under the direction of Llona Sears, Grad

uate Arthur Murray Instructor, Member tf the Dance Masters
. ...... . . lift. II. B..u. 'V

or America ana accreaiiea A;e rroiessor hhu ut nwwi
Ministry of Education.
The smiling students ,whox recently received their diplomas
and were graduated into the Junior; Assembly are, reading
from left to right bottom row: Douglas Major; Barbara Barr,
Janet Fields, Bob Bauer, Judy Schlatter, Fred Weade Jr., Me Me-linda
linda Me-linda Mallahan. William Arev III. Kathy Kascher, Francis Purdy

Jr Corinne Bauer, Robert Baker; Second row: Gelana Putatu- i
ro, Peter Kelly, Brenda Barnthouse, Victor Putaturo, Pat Mc Mc-Lendon,
Lendon, Mc-Lendon, Bob Dilfer, Helene Bishop and Bill Bruhn; third row!1
Joan Payne, John Tilley,' Mary Lerchen, Peter Smith, Betsy
Mallory, David Zapp, Marion Clare, Fred Brent, Charlene Bishop
and Neil Ham an; fonrth row: Kay: Hamilton, ; Rennie Baker,
Sarah Jane Wagner, Gary McLendon, Ellen' Matheney, Donald
Mallahan. Sara Ann Carter, Peter Berger Judith Ann Beuhler,

ack Blaney and Ronny Nessler. f ' -.

HOUSEHOLD EXCAIiGE has now -
"t ---rt price Down Month
Metal Panel '.Doublet Beds, complete S9.0Q 5.Q0 k 5.00
Cribs with Spring and
Mattress (NEW) -.,.... 35.00 1 5.00 5.00

Army Type Beds (30") 6.95
, Double Mahogany Beds, complete . 69.00 7.00
Bunk Beds with Mattress a. A 69.00 7.00
v34 Beds with New Mattresses .ii,.. 29.00 5.00
Foldlnsr Beds (J. 35.00 5.00

Mahogany Dining Ropm Tables" f
with 4 Chairs from .1.......7T.J. 25.00 5-00 5.00
Beautiful. Chrome Dinette 8ats and
Wrought Iron Dinning Suites "
now from $129.00 (Recently, reduced)
Modern Living Room Sultea .......... j.
Choice of Styles & .Colors from? .. .. 98.00 10.00 7.50
Also big savings in Wardrobes, China Closets,
'." Vanities, etc.
v BIG CASH DISCOUNTS or THE EASIEST OF -'
'CREDIT TERMS .'

5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00

ALMACEN HX; (Household Exchange)
v 4f romoblle Row f : 4 Telar $-4911 S-7348

' u j.

j WE WILL GIVE TOU A LIBERAL i" ;
ALLOWANCE- (OR CASH) FOR ;.
YOUR OLD FURNITURE. ;
- WE GIVE
GOLD. TRADING STAMPS.

It

HAVING FtN Mplses Ben Zlon, Abraham Ben Zlon and David Cohen enjoy themselves

at the races.

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'V': -p 1
" ''til '..-'V... . i i : :5fe:V:!' i; j-i.; -"
.iVy:r;v4':':v,
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rROM I VENOS AIRES Miss Carmen Rojas chats Villi Gulilermo Arenas, from 'Buenos
Aires. Mr. Arena was very favorably impressed with the President Remon RacetracK.

"LUCHO" is his.(nick) Name

...iri.i
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1
i

(if anyone here doesn't know Locho)
If yoi don'C you ahould lose no time in dropping Into our
'deliehtful Sunday Brunch Dance. Alao Lucho and his
Con junto now play one night 'weekly in the Bella Vista
Room, where you can enjoy an evening of dancing to
Lucho'a toe-tappin tunes. f
If you know his music, youH be glad we reminded yoa'
about that Lucho night. r
This week It is tomorrow-night.

Eflioy jouraelf

It's cheaper than y thin

k a : ?c

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

page nn

OoldiOnntversary
CelobretocJ
I.'ty"r:jrear of philanthropic, ci civic
vic civic snd cultural activities were

celuUatca by the Cristobal Worn

erwise

dontinutJ

women was a card of congratula

tions from one on the indigent on

the weekly philanthropy list,

Mrs. William L. Brooks, club

president, and Mrs. Perry Fran

en'f t'lufr on Friday evening at tey, general chairman tor the re

a

In

th.iiitI Waihmeton with a re

ceptlwtor over two hundred
' merabttra. and their friends from
" liAHruiriM-nf the Isthmus.

Colonel Hugh M. Arnold, Acting

Govmor o? the canal .one,
' Undcd congratulations of the clubwomen-
and wished them success

'la their continuing good works

- and In their plana for- a new club'
hniisa on hilltoo in Margarita.

Mr. Ramon Mendez, represent representing
ing representing the Municipal Council of Co Co-Ion,
Ion, Co-Ion, presented a copy of the reso resolution
lution resolution eased bv the Council on

Thursday, commending the Cristo Cristo-'
' Cristo-' bal Woman's Club on its- philan-
thropic worfc in Colon and congra congratulating
tulating congratulating the club on its fiftieth an anniversary'
niversary' anniversary' '. f
An outstanding musical program
' was presented by four Atlantic
aide musicians)' Betty Spicknal,
- clarinetist; Norman Slade, p i a a-nist;
nist; a-nist; Cbas. Sacquety, flutist; and
Grace Edmonson, pianist. Many
in the audience recalled the ar

ttsts presented by the Pro Musica
Society-oone of whom was more
enjoyed than the four young peo people
ple people 'heard Friday evening.
There was nostalgia promoked,

too, by the rich tones, ot ine wom woman's
an's woman's Club grand piano, moved to

the hoteh balroom for the eve

ing.' The twenty-fifth anniversary
of the club in 1932 was marked by

the gift of the piano from the late
Mrs. Frank mlrich. a charter
- and..ionorary members of the
i Wonron'Club.
Tha.lMel Washington ballroom

hasbeen-the scene of So many

ceotion. greeted the guests and

were assisted py oincers or tne

club.

The arangements committee

received greatly appreciated help

r.'om tne note commissaries, and

clubhouses of the Atlantic side in
preparing the exhibit of club his

tory.

muslhal jrfoerams and parties that

Fridiiv"music seemed to make

the tgilded' beams and chandeliers

parti
d to

make

gleam with special luster.- as. a

r reminder that the hotel is soon, id
' lose its identity as a Canal Zone

Hotel.
Traditionally, too, the members

v of the Woman' Club baked their
own cakes and -cookies for their
golden anniversary reception, as
they have done for all their teas

and receptions through fifty years.

The tea tables were covered with

Woman's Club fine linens, and the

golden flowers of the' centerpices

were arranged by hud members.

In i small room of the lobby,
display cases held mementos of 50
' years of club work., There were

pictures of club meetings 50 years

-ago and or intervening anniver

saries snd. teas; the eocobolo
wood gavel presented to the

fledeling club do 1907; programs

of concerts: all the yearbooks' of

me.cjUD; pins ana meaais awara awara-.
. awara-. ed-Woutstsndina members: the

' Honorary Members plaque; pic

ltures and clippings of the 'Red
(T Cross and philanthropy .work of
1 the club, x y-

??vOa display ft,d3iJlrst ti m e

-were the silver souvenir spoon to
,.- be. awarded to hard-working club-
women: and the 1958 Engagement
, ,calendar, -just published and ple

Sorority Plans
Breakfast In Hollywood

Beta Chanter. Beta Siena: Phi

Sorority, met on Wednesday 'eve 'evening
ning 'evening at the home of Kathleen

Huuman in Cristobal, Jean Cof'

tey, president, asked lor the re

ports of the standing committees

An interesting program baa been
planned by the chairmen and the

anuaj mo ana finance project
"Breakfast In Hollywood" was dis

cussed.. Ann Peterson wil be the

general chairman for this affair.

with Betty Slaughter again acting
as Mistress of Ceremonies. 1

On October 4. the Fall Rush

Party will be held at the home of

Mickey Moore. Transferees and

visiting members' of the Beta Sig

uier information on tnis.

At conclusion of the business

meeting, Jean Judge, program
chairman, presented Ruth Moris,
whose talk, "Painting the per person,"
son," person," was both instructive ".and
amusing, from the earliest use of

cosmetics to the modern methods
used today.

In addition to the members, two

of Beta Epsilon in ": Lewisburg

West Virginia, and Mary Hamby

ox seta umega unapter in t o r
folk, Virginia. v

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Si

I

BOARD MEETING Directors of the board of fhe Engipfrs and Architects Wives met on
Saturday at tea party to discuss their social 1 pioyram, v v 1

ed on salt.

Pr

dominant among the. old-timers

present for the anniversary were

t Airs... Eugene 3. uregg, member
. of the, Cristobal Woman's Club
. since .192B Mrs." E. I." P. Tatel-
man, whp joined the' club in 1927;
and. Mrs., Elmer F. Orr, who was
, a member of the Corgona Wom Women's
en's Women's Club in 1901.- '
A lurprU tribute to the club-

Zone Nurn Will '"

Attend Course '

In Washington

Mrs;: Evelyn Koperski, ;? Ni.

and Miss Katherine Taliercio, R.

N.,-members "or the isthmian
Nurses Association will attend a
course, "Nursing in the Medical
Management of Mass Casualties'
at the 1 Walter Reed Army InstU
tue of Research, Oct 7-13. Miss
Taliercio and Mrs. Kperski will

leave igr.Weshingtpn, p.. ft, to

morrow.
The Department' of the Army,
Office of the Surgeon ; General, :

Washington.- D. C. has authonz

ed space in. the course for the two

in a aeieeates.. me uanai zone

Health Director has authorised of-

- sMMsWkwasP" i

ficial leave for the two nurses

who are employed at Corgas Hoe

pitat.
Evelyn Koperski. wife of R.

Koperski of Balboa is a graduate

of the Atlantic City Hospital. At

lantic uity. n. j. sne naa experi

ence in hospitals in .West Virginia

before coming: to the Canal Zone

in 1939. Jttrs. Kopers.Kl has been

employed aa statt nurse at oor oor-gas
gas oor-gas and Coco Solo -Hospitals, and
taueht. First-Aid Classes for Civil

ueiense.

Miss Taliercio graduated from

Prospect Heights Hospital.' Brook

lyn, N.Y., and worked there in

tne operating room. Shft was a

Flight Nurse in the V.Sl Air Force
and has the rank of Maior in the

Air f orce Keserve-Nurse corps
Katherine Taliercio came to the
Isthmus in 1949, employed as staff
nurse, Gorgas HoipitaL For the

past 4 years she haa been assign
ed to the ODeratin room.

Miss Taliercio and Mrs. Koper-

ski. win conduct classes m Disas

ter Nursing Sot nurses to the

istnmua after tnet return to the

one.

Civil Defense, the Canal Znna

Government and' the Isthmian

sponsoring th INA representa representatives..
tives.. representatives.. Mrs. Kathleen Sauser, R.N.,
INA chairman of Diaaitr Nnr.

ing, made arrangements or par-

uwai4o in me course. ,

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Monkeys Paralyzed

After Diet lacking

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Sept. 30 (UP) Two University

or Ancansas Mecucai center re

search staffers report thev have
caused niuscuir dystrophy In

monkeys by withholding vitamin,
E from their food. . 1
Dr..Panl Dav. professor and

head of the department of bio
chemistry, and Dr. James Din

ning, associate professor in the
department, said they cured the

monkeys of tne -disease by re restoring
storing restoring the vitamin to their
diets, .
'The monkeys became almost

completely paralyzed after sub subsisting
sisting subsisting for six months on cookies
that contained all the other

necessary vitamins,- but not vi
tamln B.

However, Dr. Dinning said

muscular dystrophy still Is es
sentially a genetic and metabo

lie rather : than a nutritional

disease. ...Humans- who contract

tne aisease apparently cannot
convert vitamin E to active form

in their bodies. Dr. Dinning said,
He workina- on preparation

of a co-enzyme that will make

the. conversion when, it is in in-jected
jected in-jected into the body like insulin

i At a news conference, the two
researchers presented movies

snowing the progressive weak

ness of monkey from which tho
vitamin was withheld. Eventual,,
ly,. they were unable to sit up
and eat. When the vitamin wax

restored to their diets, they

showed improvement in a few

days and had recovered In a few

weeKs.

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 111
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Gam Baseball S

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WaNKEE

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Major League
Leaders

LEADING BATTERS (Final)
Baud on 400 official it'biti)
,;1S: National' Ltagurv--

Player and C. GAB R H Pch

134 50? 82 176 .351
152 585 112 195 .333
151 615 118 98 .322

, 50 611 97 97 .322

25 501 58 158 .315

150 648
150 579

130 419

:tmf HARRY GRAYSON

' NEW YORK (NEA) i-i It i siig-j

gested that Warren C, Giles take
a good look at Yankee Stadium on

Oct. 2 when, as usual, the Y an

kees take the.field in a World Se Series.
ries. Series. The Yankees play the Braves.

xora cnange, Dut tnar is, as we

jfusial. St.

Mays, N. Y.

Aaron, Mil.
Robinson, C.
Groat, 'Pitts.
Sch'ndienst.M

Hodges,' Bk'n
Lone, Chi.

Ashburn, Phil. 156 626
Moon, St. L. 142 516

91 200 .309
94 173 .299

55 125
93 186
86 152

,298

297

295J

American Leagu

Williams, Bos. 132 420 96 163 '.388
Mantle. N. Y. 144 474 121 173 .365

Woodlirig, Cle. 133 429 74 138 .322

(Boyd. Bait. 141-485 73 154 .318

FOX, Chi,; 155 619 110 196 .317

Minoso. Chi. 153 569 96 76 .309

Skowron, N.Y. 122 .457 5 55 139 ..304

Sievers.Wash. 152 572- b 172 .301

Kubek, N.Y. 126 431 ? 56 128 .297

Kaline, Pet. 149, 577 ; 83 170 .295

HOME RUNS
National League
Aaron, Braves ;
Banks, Cubs y
Snider, Dodgers
Mays, Giants
Mathews, Braves

, American League
Sievers, Senators
Williams, Red Sox
Mantle, Yanks
Wertz, Indians
Zernial, Athletics

44
43
40
35
32

42
38
34
28
27

see' it, hardly the story,

Giles., who is listed as its pres

ident, vou see. doesn't believe tne

National League will regret I -the
Dodgers and Giants leaving i the
New York metropolitan area to

the Yankees..

"The (Braves moved to Milwau

kee. leaving .all New EnPland to

the American Leagu1?, and v we

haven't regretted v that," w says
Giles. .

Yet Lou Perini, the man who

made that switch,, considers the

NL abandoning Greater New York

as unthinkable. i

The other AL clifbs should be

similarly concerned. The Yankees'
domination is a serious problem

now and think what, it will r be
when they have the sole right to

peddling baseball to .16 million

people. And 18,028 box seats at

$3.15 and 42,000 less choice perch perches
es perches availaWe for 77 homes games.
Visiting clubs draw na more than
27Vi cents on each admission, re regardless
gardless regardless of whether the seat is in
a box or the bleacher,?.

THE YANKEES, WHO have
played to 1,500,000 paid admissions
at home in mot$ recent years,
figure to up that by 1,000,000, Their
televising and broadcasting fee of'

the last nine AL' pennants an

bagged 103 sames running sccon

to the Indians in 1954. Their rivals
concede to them now. Little Chil

dren will become adults ; suspect
hig.that there is a rule prohibit

ing another AL club irom win

nmg flae.

Superior players drift to the

Yankees now. With New York turn

ed over the them, lock, stock and

subway, .they'll make a carnage

out of the business of 'uncovering

talent. They'll outbid .other- clubs

Giles doesnV believe that this

will hurt the National League

Other baseball people violently dis

agree 'with him, stress that jthc
National will be hurt even worse

than the American League, for J

will in no way share in the upped

Yankee prosperity,

' ALL ORGANIZED baseball will

fair a nsfnnf

t Any element of race will have

to disappear from the American

League ana jess 'attention yiu ne

paid to a National League race.'

Organized baseball to A greater

extent man ever wui i oe. ; tanen

out of the sporting category and

placed m tne realm oi monopoly.
This .will do, no good for a game
which even now is being laughed

at bv some and sneered at by oth

ers who regard it as nothing more

than a medium for quipk, buck o-

perators, y ,-
" It will be auite a show when the

Yankees take the field against the

Braves., i

But the most important story is

theYankees being alone in New

MicKey Mantle

NATIONAL LEAGUE

TEAMS

Milwaukee -St.
Louis
Brooklyn
Cincinnati
Philadelphia
New York
Chicago
Pittsburgh

W

95
87
84
80
77
59
62
62

L

59
67
70
74
77
85
92
92

Pet.

.614
.565
.545
.519
.500
.448
,.403
.403

GB
8,
11
15
18
26
33
33

Next Game (Wednesday, Oct. 1)
at Yankee Stadium (World Series)

Milwaukee Braves (N.L.) ,vs,
New York Yankees A.L.)

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS

Cincinnati 000 000 0034 8 1

Milwaukee 000 000 1124 6 0

Hoolf, Skaugstad, Freeman, Ken-
n1t (fin iJ TlAftvAv fUtircTAsia

Buhl, Pizarro, Trowbridge, Con-

ley, Phillips, McMabon (2-3) ana
Rice, Sawatski.

Chicago 042 002 1008 15 0
St. Louis 000 000 0303 7 0
Drabowski. (13-15) and Massa,
'Fanning.
Barnes 04), Schmidt, Miller,
Kuzava and H. Smith.

Brooklyn

Philadelphia

'c Craig (6-9).

tano.
Morehead

100 000 000 1 4 (
000 002 OOx 2 4 :
Koufax and Pigna

AMERICAN LEAGUE

TEAMS

New York
Chicago
Boston
Detroit
xx Baltimore
x Cleveland
x Kansas City
Washington
x One Game

VT

11
82
78
76
76
59

55

Pet.

.636
.584
.532
.506
.500
.497
.386

357

GB
8
16
20
21
21H
38V4
43

Cancelled

xx Two games cancelled.

YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
New York 000 000 2002 8 0

Boston 001 001 lOx 3 10 1

, D it mar, Kucks 8-10) and Ber-

ra, Howard.

Baumann (1-0), Pfornleles and

Daley.

132
105
102
102

Baltimore
Washington

000 003 0004714
000 021 000 03 8

Johnson, O'Dell, Zuverink, Leh Lehman
man Lehman (8-3) and Triandos.
Griggs, Stobbs (8-20), Byerly and

Courtney.

Kansas City 004 000 0004 8 1
Detroit 200 103 Olx 7 16 1
Gorman, Terry (5-12), 'Brunet and

smith.

Mass, Bunning (20-8), Hocft and

Wilson.

r, RUNS BATTED IN
. National Lague
Aaron, ; Braves

Ennis,' cards
Banks,' Cubs
.Musial, Cards

Hodges, Dodgers 98'
' American ttaguo
Sievers, Senators 114
Wertz, Indians 105
Jensen; Red Sox 103
AMalzone,'. Red Sox v 103
Minoso White Sox 103
- f'rJra.-. '-' v-
; -?''', PITCHING PITCHING-(Based
(Based PITCHING-(Based on 15 decision)
. W L Pet.
National Lagu
Buhl, Braves 18 7 .720
Sanford, Phuls 19 8 .704
Acker, Redlegs 10 5 .667
Spahn, Braves 21 11 .656

Drysdale, Dodgers 17 9 .654
Burdette. Braves 17 9 .654

Artwrican Leaoue

Donovan. White Sox 16,6 .727

Sturdivant, Yanks 16 6 .727
Bunning. Tigers 20 8 .714

Narleski. Indians 11 5 .688

Shantz, Yanks 11 .688
Ford. Yanks 11 5 .688

$750,000 will' double. The Bombers York and permitted to put a
will be 'the only game in town, stranglehold on what once was

The Yankees have won eight of I major league baseball, r

Sixth Isthmian

Table Tennis-

Tourney Oct. 14 L

L

hi

Browns, Packers Score
Upset Grid Victories

l-'H.I

(1-1) and Lonnett.

Pittsburgh 130 201 0119 11 0
New York 100 000 0001 6 0

Friend (14-18) and Peterson.
Antonelli (12-18), Barclay, Crone.
Miller, Monzant and Westrum,
Katt.

Latman (1-2), Derrington,
Donald, Howell and Battey.

Mc-

Today Encanto 35, 2d
Gregory Peck In
"DESIGNING WOMAN"
In Cinemascope I
Gene Kelly In
HAPPY ROAD

Today IDEAL .25 .15
Howard Duff in
SIERRA STRANGER"
, Jamej Stewart in
MAN FROM LARAMIE"

Milwaukee Braves

Make Generous Split
Of 'Series' Money
MILWAUKEE (UP) The Mil Milwaukee
waukee Milwaukee (Braves have made what

they call a "real generous" split

of their expected near record
World Series money, with full
shares to the regulars who have
been with the team all year.
Red Schoendienst, their "take
charge" second baseman, also
was given a full share, one of the
regulars said. Schoendienst came
to the club June 15 from the New
York Giants in a trade for Danny
O'Connell. Bobby' Thomson and

ay Crone.

Bobsled Events
May Yet Be Held
At Lake Placid
SOFIA,' Bulgaria (UP) There

is a good chance tnat tne DODsiea
events of the 1960 winter Olympics
will be held at Lake Placid, N.Y.,
an international bobsled official

said today.
Bids for the bobsled events,
which have been dropped from the
rest of the winter games program
at Squaw Valley, Calif., have been
received, from Lake Placid, St.
Moritz. Switzerland, and Gar-

mish Partenkirchdn, Germany,

and Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, also

is reported interested.
A new Olympic rule against
"splitting" events of aS Olympiad
between two nations gives Lake
Placid the inside track over the
European cities. Vice President
Albert Maver of the Bobsled Fed Federation
eration Federation said.

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DRIVE-IN
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STOCKINGS

NEW YORK, Sept. 80 (UP)
The Cleveland Browns upset ,the
New York Giants, 6-3, on Lou Gro Gro-za's
za's Gro-za's last-minute field goal and
Babe Parilli's passing helped the

Green Bay backers surprise the
Chicago Bears, 21-17, Sunday when

the National Football League o o-pened
pened o-pened its 38th season.

The Giants, defendine Leaeue

and Eastern Division champions,

were lavorea oy 4-vi points. The
Bears, defending Western Division

titleholders, were favored by sev seven.'

The Pittsburgh Steelers made a
fine start under new coach Bud Buddy
dy Buddy Parker when they overwhelm overwhelmed
ed overwhelmed the Washington Redskins, 28-7.
The redskins were one point
choices but Earl MorralL the

former Michigan State star Par
ker obtained from the San Fran

cisco Forty-Nlners recently, riddled

their pass defense for three touch

downs and set up a fourth.

The Baltimore Colts, with John

ny unltas throwing four touch

down passes, whipped the Detroit
Lions, 34-14. The oddsmakers were

a bit off on this game also. They

nad made Baltimore a one-point
favorite.

The Chicago Cardinals, m ovine

behind Lamar McHan's passing

and Ollie Matson's running and

passing, surprised the Forty-Niners
at San Francisco, 2010. Johnny

Olszewski and Joe Childress scor

ed the Card touchdowns and Pat
Summerall booted two ffeld goals.

The Cards were five-point under

dogs. '
. The day's largest crowd,: 62,506,
watched Paifie Cothren kick a 37-

yard field goal in the last three
minutes to help the Rams edge
the Philadelphia Eagles at Los

Angeles 17-13. With the Rams

who were 11V4 point favorites favorites-clinging
clinging favorites-clinging to a 14-13 edge, Don Bur Burroughs
roughs Burroughs intercepted a Bobby Tho-

mason pass to, set up "Cothren's
boot.. rl--i;: :
Most of the 58,095 fans at' Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland had started for the exits when
Groza, most successful place-kicker
in pro football history bodted
a 47yard field goal against a mod moderately
erately moderately stiff wind blowing into the
open end of the. stadium off Lake
Erie. Only 21 seconds remained in

the fame when the ball whirled
between the goal posts. Groza also

kicked a 29-yarder and Ben Asa

janian's 32-yarder orovided New
York's points as the defensive u-

mts dominated the same.

i It was an important victory for

tne Browns, who lost the Eastern
Division crown to the Giants last

year after winning it a record six

straignt times.

X "r':t "vi'J1-. i '.

Partlli, the quarterback Green

Bay obtained In a trade with Cleve

land before the season opened

threw two touchdown passes and

set up another as the Packers de
dicated their new, 32,000-seat stad

lum. A capacity crowd, including
Vice President Richard M. Nixon

watcnea I'anm pass six yards to

end : Gary Knafelc for the' touch

down that beat the Bears midway
in the final neriod. Parilli also

teamed Agith end Bill Howton on a

37-yard pass-run touchdowns

Morrall threw .two sconnff oass

es to Jug Girard and one to Rav

Matnews at nttsburgn. it wism
hrilliant rtphnf fnr Psrlrer whn

leased or traded about 50 per cent

oi ine bteeier squad, since quitting

as Dead coach of the Lions during

we framing season.; ti i :

The Lions, who finished second

In the Western race last season

floundered before brilliant line

play by the' Colts at Baltimore.

Unitas Sparked the Baltimore of

fense with two scoring passes to

L. G. Dupre and one each to Jim

Mutscbeller and Ray Berry.

The sixth annual Isthmian

Table Tennis Tournament, spon

sored by the USO-JWB Armed
Forces Service Center, will be begin
gin begin Monday. Oct. 14 at 7:30 cm.

at.the USO-JWB Club on La Bo Boca
ca Boca Road. ( i

Members of the Armed Forces

and their, wives are Invited to
entervcompetition as well as ci civilians
vilians civilians of the Canal Zone and

Panama.' This year, for the first

time, students will be allowed to
enter as- Ions as they are over

16 years of age.

As in the past the tournament
will be broken down Into two

dlvlsidns. the 'military and the

civilian; Awards will be made to
the winners of each division- and

then anlayrOff between the two

champions will be held to de determine
termine determine not only the Isthmian

champion of 1957 but also the

national 1 champion of the Re

public of Panama for 1957.
The eompetitions will 'begin
Monday,' Oct. 14 with play-off

schedules, for Oct; 14.' 15. 21: 73..

24, 28, 29 and 31, all nights at

v:30 p.m.

The tournament Has been
planned In cooperation with the
Special Services, United states
Army Caribbean, Albrook Air
Force Base and the 15th Naval

District. Julio G. David, presi president
dent president of the Panama Table Ten

nis Association, is again serving
as, chairman. For registration or

further Information is available

at the USO-JWB Armed Forces

Service Center, Balboa 1072.

Those desirine to enter tne

tournament are expected to give
the following Information: name,

nome or ornce address, phone

ana P.O. box number; name of

the organization, or club which

Is sponsoring the player.

r

.MimmdSm.: nilir 1

Hcntr Aaron

Editor: CONRAOO SARCEANT

'Youth Will Be Served' Stuff
Tempora rily Shelved As Ted,
Stan Wrap Up Batting Grovns

NEW YORK. Sept. 30 (UP)

That "youth -will be :. served'

stuff was temporarily shelved In

the Malor Leagues on the linai

day of 1957 baseball season as

39-year-old Ted Williams and:

36-year-old Stan Musial official

ly wrapped up inc. .batting

cnampionshlps. -

tor to do so In modern times,

the runa-batted-in crown with

114, and the total bases title
with 331.

Jim Bonnlnr of the Detroit

Tigers got credit In relief for a

7-4 victory over Kansas Cltv to

join the 20-game winners club

at tne last minute with a 20-8
record. The only other pitchers
to make it this year were War

ren Spahn of the Braves with 21

White

Air Series Games

Tq Start At Noon

Panama Time i-

Canoe Scores Easy Victory

Panama JockeyClub Clasi

NEW YORK. Sent." 28 -(UPi-LK-

All the World Series games will J '. .'

start at 1 p.m. local ,time, so it "lB a f"? "fnae "P011"
wiU be 1 pm. (noon .Panama fdly expensive Irish colt Canoe
timAii in rQrv,.. f fm.j-., lived ud to exoectfttions bv rac-

day and Thursday, at -Yankee P to a relatively easy post-toJ

Stadium and J o.m. for' the pv?wwrT m w p,mf aaaeo

rnmfi Miinr-iv. n -is. one miie Panama uockev-- Club

. MUwaukee la on central day-fclflsfle'Ts.'hB resldont Remon
light time now, but will return U1a?!etrack, before ari enChusias-

to central standard time on the .v i Pow"-uy jrihshiw".

last Saturday nteht. in Aentem J ciarucna held on ramely to be

ber.'New York, as do most east- econa "e't ; wWIe i Quiescencei

ern cities, f stays'? on. dayUght "P,Irom ine CK W lsa
time untU the last'Saturday m thlfvT'1"'eme wel' Pced most

October n thot-n iii h tm oi. me oisiance. weaKened .as tne

hours difference In the starting but managed to save the
times of thegames In the two ".end of the ., purse. -Next
cities." The' world Series starts, came Dagon, cypress BullDio-i
on Oct. 2. ' Vi- eese, c joselito and Suntonnerj

,'.-;v :;:i)i-y juagon was "used. up,. chasing the

ine ursi two eames are in winner most oi tne distance.

New York, there is one day of
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''VTht-dlvldends: : f-"'
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1 Catlllero $2.60, $2.40 1
2 Coronation Day $4S'
XT SECOND RACE
1 Socorrito $34, $7.80
2 Carraway M
First Double? $71
. r THIRD RACE
1 Melllzo $9.20, $70 t
2 Olimpico $5.60. i,
:-' -' OneTwo: $33
. '. FOURTH RACK
1- r-Certamen $11.80, $5.40
2 Filon $4.80 .
- Quiniela: $24.60

travel, then the next 4;hree In

Milwaukee, and If the Series is
still "allveUhere again wlU be
a day of travel, then wo Barnes

in New yore,

, ; Emily 4 Mary, a newcomer
making her second local start,
bolted Soon after the start and
ran into the outer fence. She
threw her rider and was badly
Injured In the accident.:.-

Canoe.' an odda-on Tnutnel?l

a IV1WMM av A.U.1,' KATE T .

ton a .3-2 win over the eased-up cnoice, paid $3 .to win, and $2.40,

Yankees: 'n Cleveland finished ww-w cuuumnwu

slxtn in the Ai. .with a-5-3 win v" w "HJ- 1 w turn ed a
over Chicago; Detroit clinched Jucy3$58.? GulUermo Sanchez
fourthwith Its-win over the Taie Canoe and also scored -with

and Baltimore i finished at an Meienoez and Cnito. ; The win

Card over tho Cubs! Jimmy

Fiersaira R.BX triple gave Bos-

even .500- with a -3 victory over

tne senators. ,:.:-r ;..:,

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GHOST CROSSBOW
- CANTON

William fired his own salute

guns at Boston with a double

and single in two at-hats on

Ted Williams Day", to finish 'and Billy Pierce of the

wun a .388 oatung to ior sox with 21-1L.

American Learue runner-up.

Mickey Mantle of the Yankees. j But the top won-lost pereent-
' age crowns went to" non-mem-MuslaJ
watched the Cardinal bers of the elite circle. Bob Buhl
rookies play on the final day of! of the Braves' was best In the
the campaign, but he was an National League with 18 wins

easy jxauonai jeague winner, ana seven losses lor .720 and

with Ml to .253 for Willie Mays

of the Qlanta. The major league

homerun crown went to Ham-

mertn', Hank Aaron of the Mil

waukee Braves with 44 as Ernie

Banks of the Chicago Cubs, who

had 43, bagged five hits during

an &-3 victory over the card!

Dick Donovan of the White sox
and Tom Sturdivant of the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees tied for AJU honors at 18 18-6.
6. 18-6. for .727
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In the ftnal games;

, -

Ed Bouchee's two-run homer

naU but couldnt get that one made southpaw Seth, Morehead

last homer. Aaron also took the
big leagu runs-batted-ln- title

with 132.

a 2-1 winner over the Brooklyn

Dodgers In probably their last
game In Brooklyn uniforms: Bob

i Friend of the P!rtM heat the

Roy Sievers of the Washington New York Giants. a-L on a six-

Senators suffering on the -test, hitter before-11,608' fans said
day with a cold, drew a walk as! "goodbye" to the Polo Grounds
a plncb-hitter. bat became tha mlth a souvenir scavenger hunt;
first member of an eighth-place Milwaukee rallied for two rum
team ever to win three American in the last of the ninth to be;?
League championships. Cincinnati, 4-3, for the 18th In
Sievers won the home run, 22 games; Moe Drabowski pitch
crown with 42, the first Sena-i ed up his 13th win, 8-3, for the

A f OI00SI A MODERN k

1JMIH KALE

ningest rider of the iafternoonJ

nowever,..: was uttie HeUodoro

Gustlnes Who Won four Taces.,
One of the Onstines' winners;
was Portal, his grandfather'

horse, which paid the day's best lMarcelita $4.40, $2.40

wut oaas u.ou per aucai. I? uesteuo sz.o.

, FIFTH RACE

1 Chlto $1.60, $2.88 i :
2 Franclsouito $2.40 $ '-
i i SIXTH RACE
1 Persiflage $13.40, $4.40
tGenizarito $3.20 .
' SEVENTH RACE
1- UHOstlgader $6.40, $3.80
2 Horacio $5 ;'- .' '-i
',--- Second Double: S60.80
EIGHTH RACE
1 Portal $20.60, $5.20 i
2 Tanara $3.60 i
f .. Quiniela: $28.60
: NINTH RACE

1 Capo $3; $2.40

2-Clarucha $6.60

1Melendes $5.20

No place betting u

ELEVENTH RACE

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PAGE SEVEN

ie Milwaukee BFa'vegs; "NatidilaltteagMe

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Fearless Fraley Picks
Yankees to Win in Five

By OSCAR FRAIIY
NEW YORK f UP') On the slm

nl nremise that cold-nerved ex

perience always is going id oeai

"buttenues" in tne nreaa DasKei,
Fparless FraleV has to pick the

New York Yankees today to beat

the Milwaukee Braves in tne

World Series.

The Yankees always expect to

win asd usually do. 1 his is par particularly
ticularly particularly true when they ace- 4

club-t which hasn't been in the

Series for some length of time.
Th "occasional" Series "lubs al

ways find it rough when they rub

noses witn tnose xansees.
, Go back to 1927. when the Yan

Lkees -murdered the Pirates, in four

-"t2toi.jBahl..

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to the perennial American League
champions.
Nine year ago, 'Just before the

Cleveland cos ton eue, iwunie
Alvin Dark stood outside the bat batting
ting batting cage just before the opening

game and aamntea:
VI'va eat the butterflies so bad

r don't know what to do. I've had
'em hpfnm football cames when I

Lplayed at L5U but notmng ime

tins;
. So Alvin. a .322 hitter during the

regular season, baited .167 in the
Series as Cleveland won it, four
games fo two. '.
The Yankees are old hands at

this racket,: having been in the
Series is eight of the last nine
years. They; have ;you ,kow.

straiehL asd you find it is an era-d win mvmi of those eieht world

barrassing engagement ior; me

one-snots wno naven t oeen ac accustomed
customed accustomed to Series" pressure, lhe

1932 Cubs, the 1938 Cubs and the

1939 Reds aU were Beaten tour in

a row by the fBronx Bombers.
, Add Dodgers', Phils
' Brooklyn ended long absence
is 1941, and was beaten in five
rames. And the 1950 P h i 1 1 1 e a'

Whiz Kids dropped four in' i row

)

Settled r For

Close Shave

T AWRENCE. Kans. (NEA)"'

"The bissest shock f ever cot in

a football came." recalls Tom Tri

plets Kansas assistant coach 'was
when I looked up against Vander-

bilt and saw the guy Opposite me.
I found out later that be,' was
Buford Ray

Baby Ray's measurements as a
Green Bay. professional were six

feet seven and 265 pounds.

"I ivas a sophomore guard at
Western Kentucky and hadn't seen
anything like him recollects Tri-

plett. "1 knew I i couldn't diock
him, so I tried to be cute. That
didn't do any good. I never did

nanue mm ;, . .? .' :
"Affer th game, teammate
asked how- -much that guy
weighed. fx'''.--- j
'I don't know, I told Wm, "but
he weighs IS pounds less now. Ii

took that much, akin of him.'

championships.

Talk As Yoii Please

You can talk all you please

about that Milwaukee pitching and

the Yankee injuries. But don't ev
er overlook- that Yankee expert
ence and the New York expectan
cv that it is an unbeatable team.

Brooklyn made It close in four

of the last five years, winning us

first world championship and car
rvine three of those Series to tev-

en games and one other to six
Barnes. But thai was the Brooklyn

experience In the classic begin

ning to pay on. v '(. ; r
Milwaukee -is a team whichv at

times, has shown that it can
tighten up. i The pressure will be
ereater here thas they've ever

known it and meanwhile they'll
he facing a bunch of pressurized
pros who can't begin to imagine
the possibility of defeat.

I think lhe Yankees will need

only five games. ; ;

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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE

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Complete Pnze-wiriniflj; NumbeM ia the Ordinary Drawing No. 2012, Sunday, September 29, 1V57 : j

FirstfPrize
Second Prize
, Third "Prize

8516 $ 52,000.00
7619 ?5:,600.00
3810 5 7,800.00

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SMT ; IH N I SM S2.M I 8511 l M "I '8SI1 v S2.M I 8511 SM.M SSIS 52(.M 1 S52 S24.M I 8S22 52 M
SMS I2.M I SSIS ; SU M 8512 S24.M ,1 S514 I2.M SS17 S2S.M L SSlf S2.M S321 -I2.M 8523 S24 M

8524 52.M
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MIS! 3M.M

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Prise-winning- Numbers of yesUrday's totteTy, Drawing ;werJ-. sold St; The 1st In Panama, 2nd and jfod in Colon
The Nine. Hundred whole tickets ending In I and not Included In the above list win Fifty Two Dollars ($52.00) each.
1 J -v. :",)'..' Vwhol Ocket has 52 pieces which comprises the two serlesV "Jp and "V
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SIGNED By: ALBERT6 ALEMAN, Governor f the Province of Panama--Ced.1 471215S N ;
.. 1 ". '.- The jtepresenUttve of the freasury,,JOSE GtJTLLERMO AIZPU V 1 '
' ; "- "-- : . .. -. -. - y ' V 1
WITNESSES; Ramon Martinet C Ctfl. K. 47-2529. t : V- 1 ALBERTO 'J. BARSALLO PABLO A. PIN EL M.
- .. Carlos Snlret. Ced. JS'e. 11-2179 Notary Public, Panama : Secretary...

JrtTC rho rinu. rkt trrtfc tho kMl dotMT mlHl MtS tit two M
I1W I IT. rtphcr tnr.ty only la (bo Finrt Prii.
rrto rtrrt Piiro on4 tin 2nd alW 3rd Priir arc drawn orparstcly Tfto op op-arovlnutton
arovlnutton op-arovlnutton or caHtHiarlcd an tho TrL Seoand and Third PrlzeK In vaar
a tfaro vhould rir il number of aaeb priza. tlx hnider I antHM to,
. clai'a no f limit tat ancfi ?. t t i '
DRAVIIIG OF THE 3 STRIKES
. Sunday. September1' 29, 1957 j- .-'. i
- Drawing Number 711 V
: ' ; j l rratttoia" o Ticket
First Prixe ;..il6 J511.Q0 J?220.00
Second Prize ..'.19 3.00 60.00
Third Prize li-. 10 2.00 A 4O00

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ta Vrr tW h tt mmw fti Tia) Lattvrv -xitoatw aa Cmtrsl Aaaa
. Plan ef Ordinary Drawing No. 2013 which will take .v
'.;:.'.'".:' Place October S, 1557 ,. .f.-.V' -V
- DIvidKi r two MrKa of M fraction caca denominated "A- and "B"
' .'..-:,-. ; nnsT pauzi! '' '-.''
1 Pint PH. Series A and B. af $3.0nM aadi aerie I52.WW M
1 5ectod Prize. Seria A and B. nf, 7JtnM earn aeries 15 600 xa
I Third Prize. Serie A and B. of T S.SW.M earh aeries 7 8O0 o
.. IS Aoaraxinwtkmt: 6erlei A ml B. ot.- S69.M aaeb eerie MfflM
, Prizes Series A and af Jja M each series 23.400 n
M Prizes. Sriea A and B. of 78 M each series 14.A40M,
SO Prizes. Seriea A and B.' af j f each series 4.aoo"a
: ftETO.VD PBIXH. : ....

IS Apprarlnwfkns. Serfs A and S of S f W each aerie I I S9 M

S Pruos. Seria A and B. a(

130 M each series -' 2J40 M

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS Oat TAXES

.r thibd pairs 1
.- 18 Apfjreslmanana, Senes A and ot- 4 S2M each aerie ( I.S72M
9 Prize. Serte A and Bef ft r .S.M aach series 1-404 M
174 Prtia.'. '-. I f A. V..-. ...
- Price of a whole ticket i-.S26.00

".Prlce of a fifty-second part .....,.$. .50

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Apartments

ATTENTION. 0. LI J"- k
Mdani faraiaaad apartmaata, I,

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Phona Faaama 8-4MI,

FOR RENT; Niealy fumiihad
apartment. Porch, parlor-dining-room,
, badroom, kitchan. Tiladi
All acraanad. $550.00, apply No
112 Via Baliaario Porrai. Naar
Roeiayalt Thaatra.

FOR RENTt Spaca tor oflica.
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olavator, clainarman, big tpaca
tor parking 26 M2. Tol 3-0136.
FOR RENT SpaeioMt tor
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Phono 2-2718, Qallano.
FOR RENT: -Sit for offiea,
$50.00, Eatt 22nd ttraat Bit Na.
2, abov "Cata Yohrot." Phono
2-2718, Quiiano.

FOR RENT: Furnishad Mod Mod-darn
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roomi, bad-roomi, living room, dining room,
kitchan, porch, garaga. 46th St.
Eatt No. 2-6T. Phono 3-1423.

FOR RENT Loeala for ttora
and ffica, Pani Avanu No. 65,
ground floor and top floor, 400
motor tpaca. Phono 2-2718,
Quijano. ,A

Houses

FOR RENT: 2 badroom chalat,
awimming pool and oloctricity,
$100.00 at Carra Asul. Phono
2-2718, Quiiano.

FOR RENT: A thraa-badroom
apartment, with two batht living living-room
room living-room with own bath, waihtubt,
garaga,' and hot water facilitiat.
For further detail! call Panami
3-1292 Cia Dulcidio Gonzilex
N S, A or apply to tho apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1 in Avo. Euiebio A.
Morales Ne. 4, "El Cangrajo."

FOR RENT: r2 bedroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, living room, dining room,
maid's bathroom, garage, hot
water installation, $115.00. Eu Eu-tebio
tebio Eu-tebio A. Moralat Avenue No. 5.
Phono 2-2718, Quijano.

FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apart apartment,
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street East No. 22. Phono 2 2-2718,
2718, 2-2718, Quijano.

FOR RENT Furnished 2 bed bedroom
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Good for two couples, San Fran Francisco.
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hopefto persuade Ava Gardner to
appear in the nude in a film on
the life of the Spanish painter
Goya.
One of Goya's most famed can canvasses
vasses canvasses shows the Duchess of Alba
lvine nude on a couch. The Sun

day Pictorial said the idea of the
unnamed producer is .to cast Miss
Gardner in this role.
"Other producers who know
Ava better reckon (the producer)
'will find it easier to eat spaghetti
or make the moon jump over the
cow.f the Pictorial said.
"She is fed up with years of
lingerie poses' and cheesecake,"
the paper added.

FOR RENT: 1 badroom apart apartment,
ment, apartment, furnished, $65.00, Second
street Carrasquilla No. 35. Phono ;
' 2-2718, Quijano.

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

FOR RENT: Furnished one
bedroom apartment. Lefevr
Park, 8th Street N Tel. 3 3-3887.
3887. 3-3887.

FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment very nicely furnished, hot
water, servant quarters, garden.
Near the O. K. Amlgo. Calle 3 3-3884
3884 3-3884 3-1969.

FOR RENT: Modern apart apartments
ments apartments and rooms, recently built.
15th street No. 6 San Francisco.

LKAtR rOWt AO WITH ONE OF OVM AGFNTS OB OUH OrTtCKS AT 1S-3T "H PTRKlTr, PANAMA LIBP.EKIArfR;CIAOO t itreet Na. AQENCIAS
INTERNAL. OE FUBLICACIONES No 2 ltler Plaza a CASA ZALDM Centra 1 Ave. AS a LODRDKS PHARMACY-IH! I. Crraquill a t ABMACl LOM-

BARDO N'2 "B Street a MORRISON 4lh of Jute Ave. A J 81. LEWIS SFRVM'K.Av. Tfvnli No a rARMACIA F.S1 ADOS UN1UOS- I4R CentHi Ava

FARMAC1A LUX 164 Central Avenue a HOUSEHOLD FXCHANRE-1 Fn Wj l. n.,.l.. Kn 11 m turn nniMV Jn.ls iiawmnu .Au. anil 3:1 St a rARMACIA

VAN-DEB-J1S 60 Street No. S3 a rARMACIA El BATURBO Parque Letevre t Street a FARMACIA "gAS" Via Porras III a NOVEDADE8 ATIS Beside

the Bella Vbta Theatre. COLON) Central Avenue 12.165 TeL 32 ft'

Automobiles

FOR SALE-1957 Fairlane 500,
radio, safety-pack wsW 4-door,
town Victoria, low mileage,
$2400..249-A, Gatun, Tel. 5 5-362.
362. 5-362. -4-- i-

FOR SALE: 1956 Mercury
Montclirc 2-door, hard top,
blue and white. Recent complete
tune-up, new rubber, fully
equipped $2250, will consider
smaller older car as part pay payment.
ment. payment. Call 86-2231 duty 86-
3134 Qtrt.
,
FOR SALE: 1957 V-8 Bel Air
4-door sedan 220 h. p. engine
with 4 bar: -' carb. E. Z-eyo
glass, power 'de, power steer steering.
ing. steering. White" site wall tires. Two
tone ivory over red. Matching
upholstery like new. W. H. Hob Hobby,
by, Hobby, 6302 Los Riot. TeL Balboa
1602.
FOR SALE: 1954 Dodge V-8,
4-door, two tone, original owners
leaving Istmus 37-H Coco Solito
1st. Street. Phone Navy 8504.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick new
tires, battery late February turn
indicators back up lights, auto automatic
matic automatic transmission, clean, in
good eorion Phone Navy3197.

Miscellaneous Home Articles

FOR SALE: Practice Diana

100. Balboa 2-1744.

FOR SALE: Two 25 cycle rec record
ord record players. 4 fractional houso-
; power 25 cycle electric Motors.
Pair new ; gas welding gauges.
2500-watt electric light plant.
r Three 25 cycle electric fans. Bat Battery
tery Battery charger, garage type Tun Tun-gar;
gar; Tun-gar; 25 or 60 cycle. RCA Tel-'
vision, 25 r 60 cycle;; Amper Amper-meter
meter Amper-meter 1 00 ADC. Two six volt
automobile generators. Deep Sea
rod and real. See at 2625-B, Co Co-coli.
coli. Co-coli. Phono Pedro Miguel 333,

FOR SALE Beds, dishes, large
- iron 'table, sewing machine, bi bicycle
cycle bicycle Leaving:: Isthmus, Ancon
Boulevard, house No. 350,
apartment "C", 1 ,'

FOR1 SALE: Dining table Mind
chairs, Coffee table. Large mir-,
tor.- House 2035 Cprundu. Phone
7108. '.-,

SERVICES

. 3 -minute cat wash $1 ,. ateam
- cleaning of motor $5, waxing of
cars $5.; Auto-Bano, pans-lstho
mian Highway noar Sears.

; For the best in TV and electric
.. repairs, telephone: Panama 3 3-.7607
.7607 3-.7607 U. S. Television. All serv-
Ice C. O. D.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment,
ment, apartment, military inspected. Via Po Porras
rras Porras No, 90. Telephone 3-2068.
$55.

Don't Miss The
WORLD SERIES
Coll 2-2374

BUY
YOUR TV
TELE-RAD

Orner Darin and "H" St.

James-Edwards
Funeral Services

Tomorrow At 3 :30

Funeral aervices for James, Ed

wards, who died at the Santo To Tonus
nus Tonus Hospital Saturday, will be
held tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
at the Bible Truth Church at 26th
St., Chorillo Burial will follow at
the Herrera Cemetery.

Mr. Edwards, who came to Pa Panama
nama Panama from his native Barbados
in 1910, was a former employe of
the Mechanical Division from
where he retired six years ago.
He is survived hy his wife Mrs.
Julia Edwards, a daughter Mrs.
Jenetha Edwards Prowell, of New
York, ten grandchildren and 24
great grandchildren.
He was a member of King Scv
lomon Lodge No. 16, IOUMFS.

FOR SALE : 1 948, 6 cylinder
Plymouth, sedan. Excellent mo-'
tor, radio, tires. $230.00. Tel 3 3-4577
4577 3-4577 (9-12 a.m.; 3-5 p.m.)
3-5279 after.
FOR SALE: 1946 Oldsmobile
convertible in excellent condition
with radio and good tires. $175.
Phone 2-0025, Panama.

7ASHICA
"AIRES"
Cameras

FOR SALE: Playground awing
Gym-Dandy four place, strong
construction, nearly new $42,50
$20.00 less than new. Phone 3-5608.

Af r

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PANAMA oCbCON;

'Starlight' Five
Entertain Gorgas
Hospital Patients

The Starlights, a musical
quintet, paid their second
monthly visit to Goreas Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital patients last Wednesday

merit.
This group of Paralso Hieh
School boys were eifthuslasti eifthuslasti-cally
cally eifthuslasti-cally received by the patients.
The quintet is composed of
Norman Hinds, Raymond Davis,
Olanville Davis, Samuel Blenn Blenn-man
man Blenn-man and Wany Stuart.

LIFE INSURANCE
can
JIM RIDGE
General Agent i ".
Gibraltar r..lfe Ins. Co.
for rates and information
TeL Panama 2-0592

TRANSPORTES BAXTER, S. A.
Packer Shipper Mover
Phonos 2-2451 2 2562
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding b Jumping Classaa daily
3 to 5 P.m. Phono 2-2451
, at by appointment;

Delicious
QIINESE DISHES
at the
ALOHA CLUB
Now under
new administration
Across from the
"El Panama" Hotel
TAVIN ISAZA
Manager

Germans Respond
To Plea For Cards
For III U. S. Boy

BASE, Germany, Sept. 30 (UP)
American airmen yesterday sortel

a IlOOQ OI jeiiers inn puaitaiuo
which arived at the Neubiberg
Air Force Base all last week ad addressed
dressed addressed to a four-year-old boy .J

Erie, Pa.

The boy, Ronnie McAdoo is suf

feringfrom leukemia. An uniden

tified airman at tne oase receivea
a letter telling about the young

ster. He asked other personnel at
th base to send Ronnie some

colored1 postcards to cheer him up.

A German newspaper in nearby

Munich heard about it and asked

its readers to send mail UK tne
air base to be forwarded to Ron

nie. Tne resun was an avaiancne

of letters and postcards.

Monday Bible Class
Meets Every Week

For Open Discussion

Monday night at 7:45 is meet

mg-time for a erouo of oeoolp

from all. around the Canal Zone

wao meet at the Tivoli every week
for a study of the Bible. The
srouo : calls itself "The Mondav

Bible Class" am is heaihd by the

Kev, .Lester J. soerhjefe.
Members' bring their own bibles,
and after an introduction to the
evening's "passage by Rev Soer Soer-hide,
hide, Soer-hide, all take part in discussing
it. The group is non-sectarian and
part in discussing it. The group
is non-sectarian and open to all

who would like to join m the stu
dy.

After the-. discussions, punch and

cookies are served, anl a "good

fellowship' period ends the class.
Samuel Powell

To Be Buried
Wednesday P.M. v
V Funeral -services tor a m u e 1
Powell- 62-year-old Jamaican who

died baturjiay af the-Cprgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital 'after an r ilnes of two
months will be.lield at the Coro-

zat unapei weanesnay at l p.m.
A former Panama Canal Em Employe
ploye Employe and. resident of Gamboa,
Mr. Powell is survived by his

wife Mrs," EmeHne Powell, step

sons Arnoia ana morris uorvme,
a granddaughter, Carolene Dor Dor-ville,
ville, Dor-ville, Who lives in the U.S. and
other relatives.

Five Pamir SurvivbrslDo Not

Regard Themselves As Heroes

Miscellaneous

f ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
, DRAWER "A," DIABLO
BOX 121 U CRISTOBAL, CZ.

Lesson

Ltdna Sears' Dance Studio, El
Cangrajo, Pan. 3-0327, for
. classes In posture and iintm
exercise for teen-agertv 'and,
women-who care. J

WANTED; Manager for club.
Must b male; neat appsranco
Ui S. citixen preferred. Apply in
parson at Elk Club, La Boca
Road, Balboa from 7:00 to 9:0Q
p.m.' r f i j t J
WANTED Salesmen and col-
' lectors for our Club Svstem. Jo- v
yeria New York, opposite Chasa v
Manhattan Bank. 1 .. .-.

Motorcycles

FOR SALE 1952- Harlev-Da-vidson
74, good condition, $225.
Phone 3-1633. House 371-A
New Cristobal. K

The youths took the acclaim
accorded them modestly. They
did not regard themselves as
heroes and did not appear to
think they had done anything

foul of the ordinary.

For the most part they- had

little to say. They regarded Karl service station

FRANKFURT, Sept. 30 (UP)

Five survivors of lost pamir av

Idly read newspaper accounts of
their rescue today as they re returned
turned returned to Germany on U.S. Air
Force special plane from Casa-

Dianca. k i
Thev nassed the German

newsnaDers back and forth

looking at their.own photos and
the photos of their parents.
They sat In the front of the
plane and left their seats infre infre-ouentlv
ouentlv infre-ouentlv on the long eight-hour

flight. They appeared to De giaa
to rest and they dozed off from
time to time.

Folkert -Anders, eat with his

father, whp flew down to Casa Casablanca
blanca Casablanca to greet him. The father
himself was a shipwreck victim.

He told newsmen that in, 1937f 'st. Therese's Church. Lai'Boca.

his ship went donn in the Baj-Canal Zone, will observe -its 27th
tie and he spent one day In a oatronal feast with a xnlpmn hi eh

IiieDoat. jno lives were hu imass at e p.m: Thursday.

A auuci ciu vm )'""

other calmly on the oeiger.

snoot

Pageboy Who Ran Off With Swedish
Girl ; Accused Of Armed Robbery

WASHINGtON, Sept. 30 '(UP) '(UP)-Huw
Huw '(UP)-Huw Williams, -18, former Senate
pageboy who ran off last June

with a- Swedish diplomat's teen

age daughter, was accused today
of staging an armed robbery

against a 64-year-old man and of

stealing six automobile tires from

Thev embraced and

hands, but the greeting was
more in the eyes than in out outward
ward outward expression.'

The five paid iKUe auenmoi

to the photographers on tne

nlane who snapped their pnoios

while thev reaa. ate tneir

Force box lunches or Just sat.

Bv this time thev had Decome

accustomed to being the center

of attraction.

Otto Dummer as their leader

and let him act as their spokes
man. 4 u
Solemn High Mass

fo Mark Palronal

Al SI. Therese's

Thte macs liyill Ka AlaKatA1

acv. fjscuii r jvunen, superior

Truck Shipments
Show Increase
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (UP)

American Trucking Asns Inc. r z

ported today, that July intercity
freight shipments by truck

climbed 1.3 per cent above tne
June lever and 7.3 per cent above

that for July, 1956. ;

Girl Clyes Dbg
Orders Through

Mental Telepathy
OTATWA'seflt 3MUP A

scientist who is famous for his

theories on mental telepatny

thinks he has discovered the

first authentic case of a mind-L

.a I I

reading animai. u r v
Dr. Joseph Rhine says he Is
conducting experiments In Lon London,
don, London, Ontario, which he hopes
will nrove a 14-year-old girl can

send tnougnt waves to a aacns aacns-hund
hund aacns-hund named Heidi. v

He says Heidi is right almost

every time when she is instruct

ed to bark the same number of

times as the. number her mis

tress thinks of. .

of the Vincentian Fathers on the

Pacific side of the Isthmus

Father Konen will be assisted

in this mass by Rev Paul Loeven,

ana uev. Bernard Schimmel. The

choir from St. Vincent a Church.

Panama City, under the direction

oi Kev. Jonn w, caine, will sing

tne mass.
This feast of St. Theresa of the
Child Jesus will be preceded by a
Tridium in her honor, consisting of
special prayers in minor of St. The-

rese, sermon and -Benediction ofl

the Most Blessed Sacrament This

Tridium will take placet on Mon-J

aay, iUesaay ana weanesaay pre-i
ceding, the Feast,, SepU 30, Oct. lj

ana z. ' v
All the auxiliaries of St. There'

se's will combine to make this ev

ent a memorable one. Due to the
closing of the townsite of La Boca,
this will be the last Patronal Feast
St. Therese's Will be able to cel

ebrate.

ine mgn scnooi senior was

charged in Fairfax County; Va.,"

witn stealing six tires Sept,. 1 in
Centerville, Va. .
.'County police said Williams put
four of the tires on his car and
sold the others,. Two 16-year-old
accomplices also were arrested
and charged with grand larceny.
Meanwhile, Washington; police
said they would ask that Williams
be held for trial on an armed hold holdup
up holdup charge. - ,r
1 They said he admitted holding

pup Frank P. Cullen last Wednes

day night, again with two young
accomplices. The youths forced
Cullen to drive several blocks and
then took $45, a billfold and a
watch from' him, they said.
Williams, created an: internation.
al Incidentof sorts last June when
he, eloped with Christina Wenner.
strom, 16, daughter of the Swed Swedish
ish Swedish air attache here, for a 12-day
trip to Canada.
Police searched for them in U
states before they were stopped
in Pennsylvania' for speeding.
Both youngsters vowed they
would", W reunited and married,
but Christina's family whisked her
off to- Sweden.
Police said Williams did not In Indicate
dicate Indicate that the Juri romance or

plans lor raise- money for a trip

vo,. pweuen nau any counecuoo
with ,the' thefts,

Segregation Split Among Democrats
May Add Up To Third Party In I960

By ( L YLfe C. WfLSON

JOE BUTTERFLY

Many friends of-St. 'Therese's
living in Panama City. Rio Abaio

and Paraiso are expected to at

tend. A cordial invitation Is ex

tended to all to aatenl : the Ri Ri-dium
dium Ri-dium at 7 p.m. and the Solemn

Mass at 6 p.m.; Thursday Oct 3.
Tribes On Warpath!

Ho Army Aircrall
Vilh Indian Labels

t

JUST ARRIVED
JIAIIESE F&OSHES
WIUTE LACQUER
f CLEAR LACQUER
SANDING SEALER
5 AUTOMOTIVE PRIMERS

GLIDDEN PANAMA-
'AUTOMOBILE row
Phones: 3-7711 & .7712

Primrose Society

Making Plans v
For Communicale

The Primrose Benevolent Socie

ty will hold a communicale at the
Sojourners HaU Oct a at 7:30

p.m.

The program will be made up

of musical, vocal and literary

numbers. Several outstanding ar

tists wul participate.
A huslnesa meeting will be held
next Wednesday night to make
preparations for' the functions. AH
members are urgci, to attend.
Nationalists Sink
Chinese Gunboat
Off Matsu Island j
.
TAIPEI. Sept.: 30 (LT-Cbine

Vationalist artillery on the otf otf-shore
shore otf-shore island of Matsu ank on

Chinese Red gunboat and dam dam-aged
aged dam-aged anoUrer Saturday-ttiebt, the
oe'ease ministry said today.
SiM-o Communist. te&Mls
was ot fivea.

"-ft W
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i n ui-.n'a

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WASHINGTON fUP Reason-

able questions right now would

be: -

"Wha is making policy for the

Democratic Party on the Question

of integration p And

"What u the Dolicv?

The questions arise Naturally

from niihlip'-statpmenta" of rpsDOlv

sible Democrats; r ust up JvaS thei

" tin 19601 at the Democratic National

Convention:

The northern..?: Democrats whn

pack the advisory committee

punch may have decided 'the time
has cc-me to read out of the nartv

such elements as Virginia Demc-

l : t-i

l.BI UtiUl linir.HI IIIU, IlllflML wp

INational jConvenfion.

Thef advisory committee, Inten-

advisory tommittee -of the Demotftionafly or Jiot, -i) heavily weighted

cratie '' National Committee, the

former created by party., chair

man Paul M. Butler last winter to

make national committee policy,

In mid-month. 15 members of

the" 25-member advisory commit-i

tee announced that Gov. Orval
Faubus of Arkansas "does not

represent" the position or jpollcy of
the Democratic party.

"The Iirst xesponsiDiuty or a
governor is to. uphold the. federal
Constitution,,fthe advisers added.
' v- v Statement AmplifW i -

Chairman, Buler amplified.', th'eJ

committee s policy statement, tte
said it meant that the Democratic

Party stood firmly behind the Su-

oreme r Court decisions and 'ex

nected Democratic governors to

enforce them.", . S (

f i "I"

The. chairman must havr been

mistaken about that. Three days

flirir in h-'iiro' ,,' ,,.. after His raavisory commiuee s

..h,. h. nronouncemeni.. virjnnia s Jjemo

Sioux, Pawnee, CBick-saw and cratie Party made a pohcy state state-Iroquois
Iroquois state-Iroquois were constant threats to mcnt Virginia wiU elect a gover gover-th.
th. gover-th. wpstwarrt mnvpmnt nor and other state officers in No-

But now in the 20th Century, the muer; iue5.e .-wh,uui,""c.

Army, -once the bitter enemy of a" aeyoiea nau oi weir is
upsurging Indian tribes, hail a- Platform to schools and school
dopted the names of Indian trihss proWemi. Of integration, the Vir Vir-for
for Vir-for Its fixed wing and rotary air-1"'" Democrats said: ,
craft j Let there be no misunder-
Some fixed wing aircraft will re-if.t?ndin.8?' J? we"se! words' 0B

tain their original titles. Cessna's,"" Ppmi we oeoicaie our every

I L-19 still is called the Bird Dog and

DeHavilland's L-20 and U-L are
named the Beaver and the Otter
respectively. k v.

The new titles given other Ar-i

my aircraft are:' Bell's H-13, the
Sioux ; i Sikorsky's H-19. the Chic

kasaw; Vertol's H-21 the Shaw-

Filmed in Technicolor on location in Japan, "Joe But Butterfly",
terfly", Butterfly", is a hBarious comedy about a group, of GJ.'a de-
i tailed to publish an Army magaiine at the beginning of
the American occupation who would never have succeeded
in getting out their first Issue without the connivance of
; a Japanese sharpie whom they called Joe Butterfly. This
wonderful picture starring Audle Murnhy, George Nader
and Keiko Shiwa OPENS ON THURSDAY 3rd AT THE LUX.

capacity to preserve segregation

in the schools.'1-. i
..'.'
',. .Policy In Dispute
Some other southern slates will
stand with Virginia on that,, leav leaving
ing leaving the party policy lest estab

lished than in bitter dispute. The

&"SYK""AriPoUcy will be formalized, finally.

respectively: Bell's H-40, the Iri-i .v.

against the South whose leaders

can be expected.;to repudiate com committee
mittee committee efforts to make party pol

icy,. Democrats ountry-wide will
be compelled to choose between
these groups of policy-makers at
the 1 party's next nominating con convention.
vention. convention. 1

It is : beginning to add ud to

ward another third party move in
I960. '

r t.
The Vashjnglon
Meriy-fio-rRourid
4T. ;? (Continued from Pge J)
stride two American and British

pipelines aad old caravan routes

holding the geographic key to tho;
Near East
2. Arab hatred for Israel rico-
chets because of U.S. friendship
for Israel.
3. Social ferment began In Sy Syria
ria Syria with unrest amonv the peasant
classes against the landlords and

the' opposition of young army of officers
ficers officers against the old army clioue

trained under French officers, like
Gen, Afid Bizri,. now Chief of Staff,
and General Seraj, Gestapo chiet
in- Syria The young officers haf
ed at the easygoing attitude of their
suneriors. 1 . .v,

While American observers fail-

ed to keen step with the new ord order,
er, order, their friends .were with the old
order. It's the new order today.

however, which is ruling Svria.

The United State is on the miWde
looking, in aa Russian expert,
ir the driver's seat help to guide,
develop and dominate this key
couatry of the Arab world. -At
the present moment I see lit-

t'e chance far a change.

- -"'''' -ai ni" ;

OCTOBER 4

ca; Hiilers 1 lying PlaUorm, the
Pawnee: Beech's L-23, -the-Semi

nole; DeHavilland's DCH-4, the

Caribou -and Grumman's HPOA,
the Mohawk. 1
Within U.S. Army Caribbeaa the
H-19,- H-23, L-19.T L-20,. L23 and
tho U-l are used for reconnais-i
lance and transportation. Thus the

names Of the Chickasaw and Semi Seminole,
nole, Seminole, once a threat to progress,
now are terms, connected with the
cooperation between ground and
air forces in USARCARIB.

VFW, Cooties Visit
Gorga$ Patients
The Military OnW of the Coo Coo-tiea
tiea Coo-tiea of the VFW, Shangri-La Pup
Tent No. 1 paid their monthly vi visit
sit visit to the patients at Gorgas Hos Hospital
pital Hospital recently. This is the first time
thar the group has attempted an
evening visit and luand it most,
successful - j
The committee, composed of Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert 2. Jfarcum, Santos Samson,1
Fred O. Greenwood, Charles E.
Cottrell, Don Hughes and Edmund
S. Coe, served a punch and distri distributed
buted distributed cigarettes, candy and maga maga-tines
tines maga-tines along with good cbeer. ',
The chairman of the hospital
committee is Carlos A. Brett A
special ex officio member of the
group was lira. Carlos A. Brett

THE DELICATE DELINQUENT'

1;.

JERRY LEWIS is at hit sensational best-aa a teen-are i
nerror- who orarea nobody hot himself t It a ocie of the K

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RETIREMENT PARTY Major R. W.- Griffith, retlrinf chief of the Canal Zone police, laughs
heartily along, with, Mrs- Griffith after the unveiling of the painting of him as a rookie police policeman
man policeman in at. the retirement nartv in his 'honor. Saturday nieht. Cant. B. A. Dardem who

wlH-succeed Griffith as chief of Police effective with the close of business today, is pictured
at -the microDhone and Capt. rGaddls Wall, chairman of the committee and toastmasier for the

veiling,; is pictured at extreme right. .. ; ,;

uarden Named Policy Chief
Ih Memorandum By Governor,

it

C. L Police Direct

lescue of Quarlel
branded On Island

JDkat Beniamin,'A.'Dardenito-ion Wednesday after completing', iicerHfiey were suanoeu 5a an ia

day was officially named Canal 30 years of service with the po-jianii aoout 100-yards : from Hide

Three Panamanian eirls and a

map.swam to safety on inner tubes

leather Or Not

- This weather report for the
;'24 hours ending S a.m. today.
" Is prepared by the Meteorolo Meteorological
gical Meteorological and Hydro graph le
"Branch of the Panama canal
Cwmpany:

Pslboa CriKtobaJ

TEMPERATURE:
bHlgh 79
Low .. 75
BUMIDITTt
High 91
Low i 70
WIND: .
max. mph) NW-17
RAIN (Inches) T
WATER TEMP:'
(inner harbors) S3

i Zone Chief of Police. lice Division. a

' Darden succeeds 'i Ma R W.J v Jt -i
Griffith who sails for the States The namlng'of the new Po-:

lice umei was maae yesweruuy

In a memorandum to members
of the Police Division signed by

Governor' Potter, and released

to the press tooay.

, No other appointments have

as yet been: made. 'The two va
cancies now remaining aire Com

mander -of the Balboa Police

Station." and chief of Detectives
for Balboa.' Actinn in these po-:

sltions now are capt. Gaddls

Wall and Sgt. Harvey ;Rhyne re re-spectively.
spectively. re-spectively. A special reception honoring
Capt. and Mrs. Darden will be
held Wednesday from 6 to 7
p.m. at the police Lodgs, it was
announced today. i : : v.
According to the,,, Cfpvernor'f
memorandum. Darden was sel-.

ecWd "solely on his record."

Potter said : "The 1 selection

was not routine.' nor hurriedly

arrived at. All officer personnel
were carefully considered, and I

was greatly impressed by me

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9:17 an.
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away each y'esieraay anernoon

(anai Zone police, who learned
that we quartet; were marooned

yesteruay, instructed swimmers
who weie in tne vicinity to guide

we Skfauuea people to satety on

tne Deacn.

Exactly one hour after police

reeeiveu tne emefgency-caii, tne
tour weie safety back at the beach.

iney tola poiice. they had wad-

d oui to au ,islano about 100 yards
trom Uie Deacu when it was low
tiae, anu lound that their retreat

hau been cut off by. the incoming

tiae.
ino injuries were vsuffeed by a

ny of the mreooned people. Isabel

Martinez,. 20, Dora Hortensia, 19,
r : i r- nn r. .

una uang, i ana viogenes A.
Villarreal, 36, all of Panama City.

Severe Slorm Hugs
N. Carolina Coast,

High Tide

iiisu m.v...iw (ur An "unusually severe"
each one for this important aid coasU, gtorm 50.miie.an.hour
responsible position. winds, heavy rain and high tiles
, jj 'hugged the North Carolina coast
The Governor commended the tod ag it ldvanced towards the
retiring chief and all the per-lxjortheast

sonnel of the Police, Division ior, , t- h'
the "exemplary manner" inf The u s weather Bureau In Ra Ra-which
which Ra-which the organization has atieigh warne(i that heavy, rains
all times performed its duties. which pounced on the coastal area
' .. I over the weekend and extended as
He said: "The Canal Zone far inand the Piedmont may
government administration and cauge steep rises in river levels
the community Can take COm-'toHav Toast Rnarrf nfffrinl r.

mendable pride Itt'Jhe record of tended; storm warnings as far

north as Cape Charles, va., and
expected to move them farther
northward 'as the low pressure
storm pushed in that direction.
The Weather, Bureau predicted
that the storm center, located off
the. coast, would continue moving
northeastward today.' ?
Gusty winds whipped beaches a a-long
long a-long the North Carolina coast yes

terday and tides ranged as mgn
s five feet above their normal
high mark at Wrightsvrlle and Ca

rolina beaches.

VATICAN CITY. Sept. 29 tUP)

Pope Pius XII told an audience

of women today that, while the

church holds the', sexes to be

equal. woman r must subordinate

nerseii 10 mau in Hiaiiagc.
; The .Pontiff delivered : an ad

dress on the social and moral du duties
ties duties of women- to 650 delegates of
the 15th Congres' of the World

Union of Catholic '.. Women's Tr Tr-ganiiations.
ganiiations. Tr-ganiiations. ;

God., he1 said, created man and

woman a? "persons equal m rank
and dignity.'' No one can say that

woman is in any way inferior to

man," he said.. 1

But at the .same time, he told

the' delegates from 63 nations.

"wives must submit themselves to

their husbands as the church does

to God.'.' He buttressed his state

ment with references to -St

Paul's epistle to the Ephesians.

Ouflints Missis'"
i k n

Women, he said, have a three

fold mission of truth love, and

femimne action, ,. ,.,.

Their goal is a ChrisHai reno

vation'? "i.of vf fivilization thread

ened by such evils as communism

anl "disoriented",, by "eroneous

relisious movements. ;

t The youngV Catholic1 woman, he

said, should not snun tne. relative

ly recent professional, ; cultural

ana political elevation of her sex
bY'saioV r

-.'f'Ott the- contrary, she must, as-;

sume her responsibilities in all do domains
mains domains and ; face the .demands of

them with an1 effective missionary

Fresh-Air' Slums Claimed

Modern American

- WASHINGTON, Sept. 30(UP)

Thirteen rank-and file teamsters

appealed to the Supreme Court to

day to prevent the union-' from
holding its national elections this
week. , a i s
They asked the high court to
reinstate "a federal district court
injunction against holding- the e e-lections
lections e-lections at the teamsters conven convention
tion convention opening today at Miami Beach,,

ria

aim

But. he said, i woman in mar,

nage must respect the will of the
husband; M-W

Citing St. Paul, the Pontiff said

"Let woman be submitted to their

husbands as to 'God : "i;

The Pope isald that Paul's text
demonstrates a '""clearcut differ:

ence" between marriage partners.
Nations born since the war. .said

the Pope,-: are. tending more and

more in their laws and customs to
place women on a equal footing

witn men in tne, family; -on the

social, political 'and orofesionai

pianes. :

"This revolutioQ r e s e n t s

its legitimate ; aspects and others

wnicn .pre less f o, ne saia.
While., woman has achieved a

more nearly eaual status with

man in i the -worlds he said, "an
innumerable crowd of your sisters

are sun suojectea to degrading
customs br are victims of miserv

and the ignorance of their sur surroundings.
roundings. surroundings. .,

oU.r force."

J8 Red Leaders

Resign In Sicily

MESSINA, Italy, Sept. 29 (UP)

Eighteen local leaders ot tne
Communist Party in Sicily, includ including
ing including labor leaders in four, com communities
munities communities and community council

lors in several others, resigned en
masse here today. A I.

lit was Jhe latest in a series of

moves that have mmcaiea tne
weakening of the Communist Par

ty in Italy. Others have included

the closing oiKed newspapecs

Genoa and Turin for lack of m

ey and the' loss of control of tire a

Fiat auto workers union in Turin.

The 18 leaders denounced the

party's inability to understand

he needs of the workers and the

vslid political- objectives of the

trade union. : y

Japan'i First Car

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LONDON, Sept 30 (UP -- The
Sunday dUpatch-obsenred yes yesterday
terday yesterday that Japan's first car of offered
fered offered on the European market
th Prince skyline owes noth

ing to original Japanese design."
Vhe paper"! auto ,, specialist
David Wynne-Morgan said It
was "a complete copy of west-!
era ideas and almost m replica,
of the French Versailles made
by Simca." i v. ." j
Be said that British motorists

also would ""recognize" many;

features "taken" from British

made c&rs. VJ v v ;

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WASHINGTON Sept. 29 (UP-

The United states, may run out

of space for" ali its cituens. in

shorter -' time than senerallv

thought, a population expert said

today,

The ; nation's 171 million peoDle

were estimated to increase bv 60

million i"-ia omy ri years
from how. At current rates the

population snouia oe nan a ou

unn in ahnut 100 vear! i

Robert C. Cook, editor of the

Population Bulletin,, warned how

ever, that Jong betore that time

sheer -number will restrict 'our

mobility and completely chance

our way of life, compressing our

society and culture into molds ut

terly inconceivable to us now

, The Bulletin is a publication of

the Population Reference Bureau
Inn, a non-proit, scientific and
educational' organization which

gathers and 'interprets population

f0 K views',. British; ioolt'-Wi'

Cook made his observations In

a review of a book entitled. "The

Limits of Mankind,"! by B. AilPid-

dmgton, a British 'authors? .-f

Tragedy

Piddington said ? ;. Britafn? as

iI0league

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JANIS PAIGE PETER LORRE

I

!CZ WEDNESDAY 3

Twelve babies Weee born at Co

eo Solo Hospital during the week
ending at midnight Wednesday, ac

cording to ihe regular hospital re
port. During the' same- period. 106

were admitted and 95 patients

were, jUscharged. '!;;'VT; -' -'
Babies were..born to the follow

ing American- citizens: SP-3 and
Mrs, Lynn Mercer, of Coco Solito,
son; Lt.' Jg. and Mrs. .Eugene Bi Bishop,
shop, Bishop, of Coed Solo, daoghter; Lt.

Jg. and Mrs. Lawrence Clark, of
Coco. Solo., daughter, a

Babies were born to tne loiiow-l

ing parents 01 ranamaman na

tionality: Mr. and Mrs. Azael San San-tizor
tizor San-tizor of Colon daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Agustin, Martinez, of Colon,

.nn Mr :j Vrt lUnlariA Mvlpa

01 KainDOW -i;iiyt son;: mr. ana

Mrs. Federico Valiente. of Colon

son: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Edmund,

of JRamboy; City daughter; Mr

and Mrs. Daniel Ramos, 'of colon

dau enter: Mr. and Mrs. Leo M

Collymore. of Rainbow City, son;

Mr. and Mrs. amnion nomero, m

Colon, daughter; and Mr. ana Mrs.

Jose A. Cordova, of Colon, son,

distinction of being the first coun country
try country in history to run out of space."
Cook said the same fate may be
in store fon the United State! if
present i, population trends con continue.
tinue. continue.
"Since 1945," Cook said, ."our
highly.- mobile,- ., 'space-happy,'
prosperity-conscious people have

been reproducing so merrllv that

me census noreau nas had to rev
its population projections upward

if 231.000.000 Dennlfi tnhahit th

united states .in 1975only 18
years from new Will be toolecf up
to handle the load or will more
and more people be crowded into

SCnoOiS. nousinff.- hnsnitab! ol9

he questioned. v

Report On ihlft' "t"'

In the Past 100 vears. Cook satd.

tne population nas mtade a steady
shift from rural to urbaiw-greatly

accelerated by the 'development of

tne railroad, automobile and air
plane, j

r Cook predicted j ; an ; eventual

600-mile j strlD ctv" alone thp

past Coast from Maine to Vir

ginia, Already; he said," of this

"600-mile strip city" alone the

stretcnes one of two miles and

the otheW of 17 miles-not. a part

qt metropolitan area.".j ,"
Juvenile delmauencv. water nl-

lution and water shortages, traffic

congestion, smog and : "sub "sub-housinc"
housinc" "sub-housinc" ro1ecti r th nrip

we payvior overpopulation, Cook

saia. i.

.While 'JEresh air slums" hous.

isg ( developments: which mush

room -up around metroDolitan

areas are better than urban

slums, Cook said, some sociolo-

gisu consider them "the modern
American tragedy.-.
Tbev believe. Cook laid., that a

"cramped, sameness in thought

processes develops imona those

who live' in the replicated match-

ops; nouses. This could- be as great

a Dugm on peopie as me develop

meats are on communities."

A battle over delegates' creden credentials
tials credentials took the spotlight yesterday
on the eve of the Teamsters Union
convenion to selec new officers, t

nion's presidency fought to dis
oualifv mnr than .ISO Hplonalpa

they claimed were elected in viola-:
tion of the union's constitution.
The union is under the eun from

the labor '.m o v e men t too. The
AFL-CIO high 'command virtually..

The case must ne taken for -ac-jordered -them to get rid of Dave

tion to a single justice, as the

court : is stui in summer recess-.

The lawyer for1 the 13 teamsters

saia, however, that selection of a

justice is up to the court and-not

to tnem. r

' We have tiled certain papers

and they have been served bn the

other side of the case," attorney
Thomas J. Dodd said ". after an
hour in the Supreme Court clerk's

office.
It was the latest .in a rapid rapid-fire'
fire' rapid-fire' series of legal actions : to..
t prevent what -: the rebel group,
called a" "conspiracy" to rig the
union nlections inf vor of J a mr

R. Heffa. tsamstar tnidwesf boss

who-ls a candidate to suceeMl -joy from ,Haggerty's camp.

- retiring President Dave Seek.

Federal district, Julgf F. Dick

bison Letts issued a prehminary

injunction blocking the elections

Saturday morning but a three

judge appeals court panel revers

ed mm Saturday afternoon. How

ever, .the appeals court left the
door open to a challenge in court

later,

VA'Dcdar Dovekps

Il3v Arilicoubl.

For ki Diseases;

Beck,; the outgoing president,; Hof.
fa and two other top officials or
be kicked 'Out of the Parent fed-

leration.

, Throatons Ousttr

i iuc wuaji : ueauuij set oy tne
AFL-CIO made it plain; that if;
Hoffa is chosen for the union's
top job the Tpamsters will be
ousted. '" j t

Thomas- J. Haggerty, Chicago

on every delegate's right to be

Bcaicu. f

The committee met for twa tinnra

behind closed doors in an attemnf

to dispose of the challenges, 'main.

Dictatorship

1 1 1

i DRIVE-IN:

THEATRE.

Q NEW -YORK, Sept. SO (UP)

ORep. Adam C. rowen (U-ny) yes yesterday
terday yesterday summed up the difference
between race relations in the
G North and South as follows:
! -". -a Negro in the North is ac accepted
cepted accepted ea masse on the surface
n and reiected individual) . ia

athe South he is rejected ea masse
Crand accepted -as, aa individual.''-1

7lUANDON

Scientific. Group
To Study Housing
For FHA Revisions

WASHINGTON. Sept. ; 30 UP)

The Federal Housing Aammisira-

tian. announced today it has con

tracted with the National Acade-,

mv of Sciences for six studies re

lating to construction vi uuuscs.
FHA Commissioner Norman P.
Mason said the studies are aimed
at improving construction stand standards
ards standards and techniques and thereby

reducing the cost of new homes.
When the academy's building re research
search research advisory board completes

the studies next year, Mssoa said,
it will make recommendations for

revision of FHA minimum proper

ty-standards, already under re-
Asian Flu Not ;
As Prevalent

As It Seems r 5

LONDON. Sept. 30 JCP) A

British medical writer said today
that many person who think they

are sufenng from Asian tiu really

have nothjag worse thaa a hang

over.

"People only have to wake up

the, morning wiin a slight
headache and they say;. 'Tve got
it,' Sunday Express columnist
Cedrie Came wrote.'
"Tbey lorget that the eight be

fore tbey might have had a rath rather
er rather convivial evening. There's less

Asias slut about than we are led

Came added.

:prmer CZ Employe

Ho. F. I. Ileb,
72, Dies In Pa.

News has been received qi tn

istnmus of tne deatn of; Miss

Florence L. Hele, former Canal
employe who has several well

known relatives on the Isthmus:
Miss Hele, who was 72 years old,

died Sept. 24 in a hospital near
Philadelphia after a long illness.
A native of Philadelphia, she

was employed by the Canal or

ganization as a tracer ana i
copyist in the Engineering DM

sion from 1929 to 1936 when she
was-retired from active service.
After her retirement, she. made

her home in Philadelpnia.
Relatives on the isthmus sur surviving
viving surviving her are two nephews. Al

bert Hele,- of1 Curundu, and

William Hele, of Balboa, and

niece, Mrs. p. M. Eggieston,
Balboa. ;; ... w --u ;

of

Xonlidenlial' Juryl;
Slill Delipersling,

Selj Lcnoth Rcccrd

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Mislabeled Drugs

Seized By Agents-

WASHINGTON, Sept. 30 (UPV-

The -Food snd Dm? Adminiira-

tion reported yesterday it seized Jury represented the first fame he
99 shipments of rontsmbisted food.jhad stked for a prorrets report.

HOLLYWOOD, Sept. .(UP-

The Confidential magazine trial

jury, apparently destined to- break

record by deliberating for two

weeks, took a day on today: at as

hotel,
The six-man, slx-womaa panel

Will resume deliberations tomor

row morning. It will be the 14th
day the jury has been out with

the criminal libel-obscenity 'case
against the scandal magaxine, its

sister publication, a publishing

firm and oeprators of the maga

zine a West Coast gossip gather

ing station, Fred and Harjone

Meade.'

Jurors were called into court

yesterday, by Superior Judge Her

bert V. Walter, who asked how

tbey stood. Foreman Fred McCul-

ley said no form si vote had bea

taken. He ssid they we're sifting
through amass of evidence intro introduced
duced introduced in. the lengthy trial.

However, soother Juror indicated

that what he called a nest vote"

had beea taken.

The previous record for deliber

ating a criminal cause in Lee Aa-

geles County was 13 days and was
set in a murder esse i 194C.

Walker's action in casing the

mislabeled drugs and the like is
August
Deficient drugs included digital digitalis
is digitalis tablets, reserpine and vitamin
preparations,- the agency said.

One case involved powdered

WASHINGTON. Sept. 29 (UP)

The Veterans Administration said

today a VA-physician has develop developed
ed developed a new- anti-blood clotting drug

that may be valuable in the treat treatment
ment treatment of some, heartland blood
diseases. -,')- -,

It identified the" physician as
Dr. Eugene J. ToWbin of the VA
hospital in Little Rock, Ark., who
heads the hospital's, research de

partments i

The VA Quoted Towbm as sav

ing that- the new drilg he develop

ed already has 'worked success-

fully in- preventing 'blood-clottine

in-animals.'

Antiw clotting or anticoagulant

drugs are widely- used to nrevent'

aeatn-aeaung piood. clots from, de

veloping -after certain ? types of

heart attacks and m treating some

diooo vessel aumems. .; ; :

Towbin noted, .however. that

present anticoagulants sometimes

oauses undesirable reactions, un-

less ngia precautions are taken.
He said his discovery may be of
a type that wil not produce these
reactions. But he -said it must- be

purified and identified before Its

vaiue in the -actual treatment, of
patients can be determined.
. According to towbin, hit anti,
coagulant stooa the formalin r,t

suDstancerthat eo into a clot .thu

acting on the processes lesding to
a clot "formation t an earlier
stage, than do other antkoalul antkoalul-ants.
ants. antkoalul-ants. i' -:it-. :;.-.;"-
.Towbin said the laboratory tests
definitely show that his ; discovery
will not dissolve -blood clots once
theyare. formed. ;v ,f$i?

beck's comment that the rom--

mittee should be ("reasonable"
about the provision that delegate!
must be chosen 30 days before
the convention drew Uaoveriv'

" Opposes

f'The mm m it to ihmiM t k

dictated to by Beck or the execu executive
tive executive board." HaBertv tnlH ;

the fonstHution by itself."-

jseck announced one concession
to the challeneers. He said UU.

gates from six 4tDaner'! local in

New- York City allegedly run by
racketeers would be disqualified
from voting. r , r

Credentials chairman ttnv wil. i-

hams of Kansas '.City said' the
challenges would be decided by
the committee "as teamsters"
and not in "a partisan wav. Ha?-

, Who Claims 950 vote said.

ilhams is "Hotfa's man."

Hoffa s, eamnaien rolled alona

smoothly. Wives of the delegates v
paraded wits, placards and sang i
a Hoffa-for-president- unno in th

lobby Of the Eden Rnf Hotel tlof. 'i

fa's headquarters.
.Hoffa insisted his pledged votes
totaled about 1,500 of r the '1,924
voUnf delegates. -

Russians Reported

Building Full-Scale

Sdlaf. ppwer JJnit
LONDON. Sept. 30 fUP) Ato-

Cow Radio-reported today that t e?
Ruaftiana fiava, tioorm f.nntntntiM -4- ,,

of the world's first full-scale solar
power station in Armenia.

4in ouyici uiuaucasi nearu ncre
said the station will inrlnrlp i'

cauldron with Jap;e-eflector mtr-' :
rors moving, on circular rails.

"One thousand, three hundred .a

mirors will reflect the sun's rsv -;

to bring .the water to boilm

hwint," it. added. I'The steam wUl

nnerara a tnrhin, .1 : ." ,, ,.;

'The ; solar power station will"
nrnriiir 'ahnut Inn nnn nu,.tt.

of electric power per year." j.
The broadcast did not v. when

the construction began otr when the

power station would be completed.

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