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The Panama American
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Place of Publication:
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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PANAMA, R. p., TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1958
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TMfep, Formosa, Sspt. 2 (UPI) The Nationalists said four of their warships
sank 11,jfiommunist motor torpedo boats off Big Quemoy island today, but a front frontline
line frontline dispatch said Red ships and artillery d isrupted efforts to reinforce the Nationalist
stronghold.
A defense ministry communique reported a 12th Communist vessel was hit and
probably sunk. One Nationalist vessel was hit and towed safely back to the Pescado Pescadores
res Pescadores Islands in the naval battle that began s hortly after midnight and lasted for 90 min minutes.
utes. minutes. Ten men aboard were hit.
The Communists resumed' their heavy shelling of Quemoy today for the 11th
straight day, lobbing in 1853 shells by midday. The Reds already had hit the Que Que-moys
moys Que-moys with 123.000 shells since they began their attacks Aug. 29, and were reported
to have killed or wounded more than 700 persons.
The steppfl up military activities in the Formosa Straits, now whipped by
fringe winds of typhoon Grace, was eausin g increasing anxiety in London. The For Foreign
eign Foreign Office said the situation was becoming "serious" and that It was consulting

with the United States.
Photographer Norman Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, aboard a Nationalist LST
when the naval battle started
six miles offshore, said the Na Nationalists
tionalists Nationalists were able to land only
about 30 troops and tight corres correspondents
pondents correspondents when the battle broke
out. tL;
Williams reported Red torpedo
boats and artillery ; had "sur "surrounded"
rounded" "surrounded" Big Quemoy so thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly it was impassible to put
more men ashore.
The LSTs were ordered back
to the Pescadores wibr a sub submarine
marine submarine alert sent the convoy on
a zigzag course. It was not known
whether Russian or Red Chinese
submarines caused the alert.
While the battle was going
n Communist China stepped
up its psychological warfare
campaign against the Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist defenders on Quemoy. It
called upon the garrison to
turn upon the American mili military
tary military advisers present and
promised them "honor iMhey
would desett te jpifsww 4. ..
The nnmmunist broadcast saw
Ouemov
ww
Mataus was mev.reapie, u
claimed that air and sea connec connections
tions connections between Formosa aftd the
offshore islands had been, cut.
yesterday a ministry of de defense
fense defense communique claimed that
Nationalist guns riddled Red
Chined warships in the area of
Amoy and Wuyu Island, one mile
off the China mainland and six
miles south of Amoy.
The Nationalist Chineae, mak making
ing making one of their biggest claims
of success since the current
Bombardment in the Formosa
Btratt started Aug. W, said they
rfpstrnvprt eleht motor junks,
Mi.. -cunboats. One weather
station, several pillboxes and one
wharf with their counterfire.
Five communists gunboats
were reported damaged.
The ministry also disclosed
'mmt Nationalist and Commu Commu-jEt
jEt Commu-jEt soldiers th the Quemoys
have been firing point blank
at each other with anti-alr-laeft
artillery in an nnasnal
iVelopmeat of wis th-iock-
ar.
k-ack guns, deslgnea pnm-
tn knock war planes out oi
tWMt are- Dciiijs ubgu si"
i.. u. n ..pah nraq neT
d fortracations ana per-
1 No air action has been
reported over the Formosa Strait
lor a weea.
Soviet-built Mig. 17s were spot spotted
ted spotted almost dally near the Que Quemoy
moy Quemoy or Matsu Islands for about
two weeks before the Commu Commu-Iglti
Iglti Commu-Iglti opened their intensive
Shelling a week ago last Satur-
Nationalist Sabres shot down
two Migs two days after the
bombardment started. And then
the Red supersonic planes disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. The Nationalist air force
has not reported a single Mig
sighting since Aug; JK J
Military officials here admit
' frankly they are puzzled by the
t Sadden reluctance of the Mig
pilot' o snvw iiicii wii
tile Nationalist-held offshore
Islands
to be studying the lack of Com
munist aerial activity In an at
tempt to determine what the
Reds may be up to, at the same
Some Armed
Were you married to an employe
of the Army, Navy or Air Force
who died before Feb. 20, 194?
If so, and if you have not remar remarried,
ried, remarried, you may be one of the "for
gotten" widows who have a neat
windfall coming in the form of a
monthly pension from the United
States government.
But check first, before you cele celebrate.
brate. celebrate. Under a new lsw passed this'
summer by the U. S. Congress, the
government will "remember" wi widows
dows widows who meet a certain set of
qualifications in sums up to $63 a
mnnth.
It has been estimitated that there
m v be at least several score
"vhapi stveral hundred hereto

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time keeping Nationalist aerial
patrols on their normal pattern
near the Red-held mainland.
The defense ministry, in an another
other another announcement, said 113
soldiers were killed and wounded
in the Quemoys in the period
from 6 p.m. Aug. 28 to 10:20 p.m.
Aug. 31, bringing; the total of
military casualties in that area
to more than 700.
The official Central News A A-gency
gency A-gency reported from Hong
Kong that Communist troops
in northern Fukien Province
have been moving toward the
coastal ports opposite, Formosa
and the offshore islands. The
defense ministry neither con confirmed
firmed confirmed nor denied the report.
In London, the British Foreign
Office said Monday it was "anx
ious" about the situation in the
Formosa Strait and was consult
Insr with the United States.
A Foreign Office spokesman, in
an appraisal or developments
over the weekend in the Far
East, safd Britain was closely
watchine it and still believed the
situation was- 'TMirieus.-
The spokesman said the posi
tion in the Formosa Strait Iliad
not worsened during the week
end.
However, he addedt "Although
the military activities of the Red
Chinese have slightly decreased,
they may start off again."
"We also deplore the psy psychological
chological psychological warfare which at
present is being conducted a a-bout
bout a-bout the offshore islands by
the Chinese People's Republic,"
he said.
"This accords ill with the pro professed
fessed professed desire of the government
St. Malo Concert
With RP Symphony
Set For Next Week
Two special attractions will
mark the next concert of the
SvmDhonv Orchestra to be held
Friday, Sept. 12th, at the National
Theatre.
One is the presentation of Alfre Alfredo
do Alfredo de Saint Malo, top Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian violonist of international re
nown, who win piay again aner
an absence o several years
Saint-Malo is world-wide known as
a concertist, and be has earned
applause in the best musical
centers of Europe and America
He is now under contract with
the Texas University of Austin,
Texas.
Another feature of this concert
is het reurn of Maestro Waiter
Myers, wbo has been specially in
vited to conduct the orchestra on
this occasion. Myers was the
Symphony's conductor for long
time. During World War II. days
he gathered around him many
American musicians who were
serving in the Army, Navy and
Air Force.
The program, which includes
Beethoven, Brahms, Saint-Sanes
and Hoist, is will balanced in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the symphony's po policy.
licy. policy. Tickets may be reserved at the
Department of Fine Arts, Tele-
phone, Panama 2-0258.

Forces Employes Widows May Be In Line

fore forgotten widows living on the
Isthmus.
Some of those living in Panama
may not have heard of the possible
benefits that may accrue to the
survivors of men who died before
1948 provided they were covered
for 10 years by Civil Service Re Retirement.
tirement. Retirement. That means provided
regular deductions fer this pur purpose
pose purpose were made from" their pay
over that period.
The magazine "Retirement Life,"
published in Washington by the
National Association of Retired
Employes (NARCE) gives the
following condensation of the nw
law.
"It is estimated that from 10 000
to 40,000 widows or widowers ot
Federal employes or retirees who

Victory

of the People's Republic of Chi
na for world peace."
The British appraisal appeared
somewhat more pessimistic than
official British statements of last
week reflected.
Earlier British assessments de
scribed the progressive buildup,
in the Red Chinese tension over
the off-shore islands largely as
part of a pepped-up psychologi
cal warfare campaign against
the United States.
British assessments of the
Formosa situation are based on
information received by the
Foreign Office from its envoys
in Peiping and it's representa representative
tive representative in Formosa, as well' as
other far eastern points.
However, the Foreign Office
spokesmen declined to state in
reply to questions whether the
British envoy in Peiping has been
in direct contact with the Red
Chinese government over the
latest disquieting move of the
"Red readme
j The spokesman did not disclose
the tertsaf jwirrent ; eonsulta-
tithi bctweentah and- the
United States which are taking
place chiefly in Washington.
Thief Who Pilfered
Ski Club's Gear
Put On Probation
A man who pilfered 'property
from people swimming and wa
ter skiing at Madden Dm re received
ceived received a two-year jail sentence
from Judge Guthrie F. Crowe at
U.S. District Court at Ancon to today
day today but the sentence was sus
pended for five years on the con condition
dition condition that he commit no more
offenses in. the Canal Zone dur
ing that time, f
The man was Sixto Agaplto
Asprllla, who pleaded guilty to
grand larceny.
District Attorney Rowland K.
Hazard said that items worth a
total of $105.55 hsd been stolen
from the Ski Club shelter at
Madden. The items included a
necklace, a camera and an eye eyeglass,
glass, eyeglass, together with clothing.
Hazard said Asprilla Was hot
married but had two children.
He had no previous record of
crime either In Panama or the
Canal Zone,, ,
Parole Breaker
Returns to CZ ;
Is Sent To Pen
Godwin Franklin Waler, Pana Panamanian,
manian, Panamanian, was sentenced to a total
of one and a half years in the pe pe-nitenciary
nitenciary pe-nitenciary by Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe at U. S. District Court at
Ancon today when he pleaded guil guilty
ty guilty to returning to the Canal Zone
after deportation.
He was sentenced to one year
on the charge before the court
and was ordered to serve fur further
ther further six months which had been
.imposed on him in June tor a
similar onense out suspended pro
vided he did not again return.
i Walker broke the terms of his
probation wi he committed the
second offense.
died before Fb. 29, 1948 will be
eligible for the new survivor an-
nuitis of up to C8 a month.
"The qualified widow or wdiower
ef a retired employe who died be
fore Feb. 29, 1948. becomes eugjhle
to receiv one-half th monthly an
nuity that the retired spouse Was
receiving when he (or she) died.
"Similarly, the surviving widow
or widower of a person who died
while employed In the federal gov
eminent before that date becoms
eligible for a monthly annuity r r-qual
qual r-qual to half the amount the spouse
would have reieived if he had ben
retired at the time of his deah
' "Eligibility requirements' fdt tilt
pew survivor benefits provide;
"The husband (or wife) who died
before Feb. It, list, (1) must

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OFF ON A SUCCESSFUL FLIGHT The Air Force's Inter Inter-continental
continental Inter-continental Atlas missile is surrounded by smoke just before
takeoff from its launching pad at Cape Canaveral, Fia. The
80-foot missile flew 2,500 miles in a successful test that set
the stage for an ocean-spanning flight of 5,500 miles next
month. The Atlas dropped its nose cone on a predetermin predetermined
ed predetermined "target."

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Between British,
REYJKAVIK, Iclaad, Sept 2-
(UPI)--Bntish fishermen used ax
es .and other weapons today re
pel an Icelandic coast guard par
ty that tried; to board a British
trawler mside the newly -estatmsn-
ed 12-mile fishing limit around
this island.
Earlier, other Icelandic coast
guardsmen boarded another Brit
ish trawler in the saihe area.
Within hours, a British Royal Na
vy frigate in turn took the board
era off the' trawler.
The two Incidents marked Hie
first open clash of the North
Atlantic "fish war" that began
Sunday at midnight when the
ntw Icelandic limit went into
effect.
They grew out of the fact that
British tfawlei'a, protected by Roy Royal
al Royal Nayy frigates,; have challenged
the Icelandic rufihg and have
proceeded "to fish- as usual wi-h
in the nbw-restneted area.
in announcing today s two inci
dents, theIciiidfc coast guard
made no mention of casualties m
either :cise; :;.'
Neither did the const guud
announcement specify what
meant the British used te get
the Icelandic boarding party off
the trawl r Northern Foam and.
aboard; the protecting frigate
Eastbourne.
Previously, it had been report
ed that the Icelandic boarders
were refusing to leave tne Brit
ish trawler unless shown direct
orders from the British Admi'al Admi'al-ty
ty Admi'al-ty in London.
The' boarding party of 10 coast
guardsmen went aboard the North Northern
ern Northern Foam on a fog shrouded
stretch of sea when it moved in
sidp the 12-mile limit. The Eastbourne-rfe
oV to the scehe arid mil
its pytn boardjhg party on the
NqrjHjerh. Foaia-
Little mors than an hour 'at
er,; J rejeerf that the ri ri-..tmm
..tmm ri-..tmm 'Ireldtn the Icelandic
boarders off th. fishinq boat.
( In London, the admiralty said
the JPeerh Foam Jincident tow
place outside the Bntish-recofjniz
I ed Jour-mile fishing limit. The
have worked for the United Sta'ej
or1 the District of Columbia gov government
ernment government for at least .10 years, in including
cluding including any military service; and
() at; the tinie Of his death, he
must have, been employed in a
position covered by the Civil SJer
vice Retirement Act. er have been
and receiving civil-servieo
eharJce.
le widow or widower (1) must.
have been married to the deceased
ai the time of his death and lor
at late five years before : ( 2 ) must
not be receiving any other civil -service
annuity based on the gov government
ernment government service of the deceased,
and (?) must not have remarried.
"All of the above requirement
must be met. A widow who re-
married after her husband's death

lers Late For School

Icelandic
if
ilors
boat was reported boarded seven
miles out.
(A spokesman said all radif
messages received from the sceue
emphasized that no violence wis
involved in the Northern Foam
incident.
(There was no information in
London on the report that Brit
ish fishermen on a second traw trawler
ler trawler drove Icelandic hoarders off
with axes and other weapons.;
Curundu Cafe Loses
$916 As 2 Employes
Embezzle Cigarettes
A storekeeper and' a chauffeur
made t hie ideal combinatioi for a
profitable racket at Curundu post
restaurant, it was shown at the
U. S. District Court at Ancoa to
The accomplices, both Panama Panamanian,
nian, Panamanian, were Alfred Alfonso Grif :th.
who was in charge of the store storeroom,
room, storeroom, and Jacobo Antonio Uonso,
the chauffeur. They were charged
with embezzlement. 1
Between October 1957 and July
1958, the court was told, by Dis District
trict District Attorney Rowland K. Hazard,
the pair had made $916 out of sel selling
ling selling cigarettes obtained frm the
store.
Girffiths was able to tiki the
cigarettes and Alonso, who often
had to make trips into Panama
City, took cases with him and sold
them there for between $35 and
$40 per case.
Altogether it was es.imil.ed
that 9,490 packets of cigarettes had
pasted out nf the store iri" i his
way. i
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe sentenc sentenced
ed sentenced both men to one year in the
penitentiary but suspended, the sen sentences
tences sentences for five years with the con
dition thay they payback the Va
lue of the cigarettes to the Ctirun
du, post restaurant with in a yar
For Pensions
would not be eligible even if she
were since divorced or ner late late-husband
husband late-husband had did. Similarly, if her
husband did. not die in governrotm'
. f :. I !'...
service or wniie receiving cv.u-
service annuity checks, she wtfulu
not qualify for benefits, CSC ex
plained.
'Entitlement to the new survi
Ivnr-anniiitV henefifi st arts on the
! first day of the month in Winch
the completed application of a
qualified survivor Is received by
the Commission, but m no case be before
fore before Aug-- 1, 19S8. Persons who
meet all the requirements for new
survivor annuity benefits should
write to the Retirement Diviton.
U. S. evil Servre Commission;
Washington 25, D. C, for the prop
er aooliration form.

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THE PULSE
OF PANAMA

PRESIDENT Ernesto de 1
Guardia Jr. yesterday rei''ated
his "personal support and abso
hue confidence" in National Guard
chief Col. Bolivar Vallarino. The j
President spoke during a meeting
of the directors of the National
Patriotic Coalition (CPN).
Following the meeting, CPN
leaders i issued a communique
plendging "unrestricted support"
to the National Guard and em
phasizing the "tolerant attitude'
employed by the a ithorities with
regard to the political maneuvers
by "scSool boys" who are being
used by politicians "like pawns
on a chessboard."
According to th communique,
"the party, as well at the gov government.
ernment. government. .will net hesilat to
adept whatever measures are
necessary te keep the country
being driven towards chaos."
While Vallarino was getting ma ma-nifes
nifes ma-nifes ations of support from th-i
President and the CPN, 'he Na National
tional National Guard was under aUack
on another front yesterday
During a four-hour meeting cf
university students, which broke
up before any definite decision
wai reached, Dr. Narciso Giray
Jr., a university proessor, told
a large gathering of students
and teachers: "that mons'er of
a National Guard must be elimi eliminated,'?
nated,'? eliminated,'? '7 i 1
to Gara the
kh feitwed charg-
countercharges, alto
number of ttu-
nd teachers before the
students started drifting away
around 10 p.m. until only a few
remained. It is reported that
there were sevaranl fiat fights
between students when the
meeting ended.
Among the speakers was Dr.
Diogenes Aroseihena, secremv
general of the university, who de defended
fended defended Rector Jaime de la Guar Guar-dia's
dia's Guar-dia's (conduct during the negotia
tion ef the so-called "Hilltop A A-greerrient."
greerrient." A-greerrient." A resolution issued by the Na
tional Eatriptic Coalition today
save the party's full suonort to
President de la Guardia and E
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Deportee Sent
to Hospital
For Observation
Julio Santamaria, a Panamanian
appeared be "ore Judge Guthrie F.
Crowe at U.S. District Court at
Anton today charged with return returning
ing returning to the Canal Zone after de deportation.
portation. deportation. The judge qrdered him
to be committed to a hospital for
a mental observation for a period
of 30 days.
$100 For Two
Two U.S. citizens were fined
$100 each at Balboa Magistrates
Court today by Judge Loren B
Hillsin,yr for driving while intox intoxicated
icated intoxicated over the holiday period
Charles Howard Johns. 48. was
caught on Tivoli Avenue on A'lg
29. .-.
Robert Alonzo Kelley, 29 of the
U.S. Navy was stopped by police
as he was crossing Miraflores
Bridge on Aug. 31.

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IN A WHITE WORLD Scientists Dr. E.C. Lafond (left), of the Naval Electronic Laboratory;
San Diego. Calif., and Walt Wltthann. of the Hydroaraphie Office, Washington, gets data

on the lee floes deep In the
trip to North Pols. Ths Skate

CZ Enrollment
Delayed Till

1 pm Tomorrow

Enrollment of students in the Canal Zone elemen elementary
tary elementary and secondary United States schools will be held at
1 o'clock tomorrow afternoon instead of 10 o'clock to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning, it was announced by the Division of
Schools today.
The hour that the students are being asked to re

port at their various schools has been changed to 1 p.m.
because of the delay in the arrival of the Panama liner
Cristobal which is now scheduled to arrive in Cristobal
at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning. The Cristobal has on

board at least 50 Canal Zone
In announcinq the new

dents in all schools, the Division of Schools also stated

that the enrollment schedule
would follow the previously
pupils one through six being

of the day as soon as they have completed registered.
Pupils in junior and senior high schools will be dismissed
at 3 p.m. Regular bus transportation will he provided.

,-teachers are to report

for the onen no of the mwwiwsii. :

The regulaV full session in '"iBt
schools at all grade levels will be begin
gin begin Thursday morning with kin kindergarten
dergarten kindergarten classes starting Friday.
The Cristobal, already delayed
in Norfolk one day by' hu.-ricane
Daisy, was delayed several more
hours in Port-au-Prince, Haiti by
hurricane Ella.
The ship is now tentatively
scheduled to sail at 1 p.m. Thurs Thursday
day Thursday on her return trip to New
York.
Labor Day Traffic
Fatality Rate
Slackens; Toll 399
CHICAGO. Sept. 2 (UPI) -The
nauu
nation's Ira fie fatality pace slack-
ened in the waning hours of Labor
I vy i f rr;: ..id thaa
final weekend holiday toll proba
bly would be near its estimate ol
420 killed on the highways.
The National Safety Couneil es estimated
timated estimated 30 million cars crowded
the country's streets and high highways
ways highways Monday on the final day of
the holiday weekend.
But despite the crush of homeward-bound
traffic, the highway
toll eased off as motorists ap apparently
parently apparently heeded warnings to slow
down and live.
A United Press International
count at 8 a.m. showed 399 per persons
sons persons killed in traffic accidents
fro mthe start of the holiday at
6 p.m. local time Friday until its
close at midnight last night.
The traffic toll boosted the
overall holiday death total to 588.
including 102 persons, drowned, 12
1. lied in plane crashers and 75
dead in miscellaneous accidents.
California had by far the highesf
traffic fatality count among states
with 47. Texas counted 28 traffic
deaths, Ohio and New York 24
each, Illinois 22. nd Wisconsin
and Pennsylvania 18 each.

Artie during the atomic submarine Skate s (background)
was the second U.S. submarine te reach, the Pole.

'at.
On.

schoolteachers.
hour for enrollment of stu
for the first day of school
announced schedule, with
dismissed for the remainder
et the;reaulM hour tomorrow
-
Institute Student
Found With Knife
Near Balboa Commy
A student of the National Insti Institute
tute Institute in Panama City was arrested
yesterday in the Canal Aone and
found to have a knife in his pos possession.
session. possession. Today, the student, Manuel B B-milio
milio B-milio Rodriguez, 17, a one a red he he-fore
fore he-fore Judge Loren B. Hillsinger at
Balboa Magistrate's Court chart
ed with being found Without legi legitimate
timate legitimate business on Tavernilla
Street, Balboa at 11:5; a.m. yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, j
He was sentenced to five days
in jail but execution Of sentence
was suspended for one year at ths
discretion of the court. The student
was warned not to apoear before
either Magistrate of the Canal
Zone during the coming year or
the five days jail would be man mandatory.
datory. mandatory. Rodriguez told the judse th,at ?ie
had gone into the Zone to buy
some notebooks for his school
work. He said he had been told
that the commissaries would sup supply
ply supply stationary to Panamanian stt
dents. r
He said the knife was one nt
used for handicraft at school
Both his mother and father
spoke for him and said he was
a good boy who never gae any
trouble at home or at school.
Gerald McCurdy
Sent To Culick
By1 Red Cross
Gerald W. McCurdy has been
appointed assistant field direct of,
American Red Cross, fer tie
Atlantic Sector at Fort Gulick.
McCurdy succeeds Halsey M.
Kloak, field director, who trans transferred
ferred transferred to Fort Clayton.
McCurdy is married .and has two
sons, David and Dennis.

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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1951

FAGC TWO

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If you entribra lattar don't ba impatient if ? doatn't appeal tfct
next day. Letter, ara published in the ordai received
Plea try to keep the letteri limited to ana pae lenath.
Identity at lettei writer it held in strictest eantidanca
Thii newspaper essumcs no responsibility fei rtatsmantl Ot opinions
expressed in letteri tram reader.
THE MAIL BOX
IMPROVEMENT WHERE IT IS NEEDED

Labor News

And

Comment

By WALTER P. REUTHER
President, United Auto Worker
Union

Sir:
ii is throueh people like

Don Quixote" (Mail Box, Aug.

ts just as well :nai wtian uu i vUU-

hasly manner in wnicn ne i

DETROIT Some people outside
he labor movement have ques-

t'oned the insistence 01 the LKW
on a new 1958 contract in the au

tomobile industry and our ret"sj
to accept the demand of Genera
Motors, Ford and Chrysler that
we 'renew for two years without
change, the contracts we negotiated-
in 1955. Most of the question
ers, among those who are idenu
liable, are professionally or con consistently
sistently consistently anti-labor people anyway,
but some o them are people fav

orably disposed to organized lab

or in general but genuinely dis disturbed,
turbed, disturbed, in view of the recession
29);and the unique economic anonnly

that enemies are maue. it

derr.n his people in the same

ZOnLct'"Don Quixote" think back V the beginning of this century,
wheLh's country was only a Colombian j.ovmce .t wouW be : to-

it not for the wnngness oi uo u -" niYntp..

day were

- i i u k., ai-i nt a iviny uue?

SrldT 5 Colombia still controlled this

Pl8Cl?don t ee why Panamanians of "Don Quixote's" way of think think-,
, think-, ihnuld have to pick o the Canal Zone government regarding
abcr blem when workers in Panama are sc much -worse off
in the one wouia, gei omy 4 Panamanians
wheS.notPn Ukes heto m of lEmhi the Americans for every every-tSg
tSg every-tSg when their own employers treat them much worse than any
AmWoulldditenot be more patriotic better for their country and
Its people instead of always sniping at the US. gov
us Peopie th Panamanians made a pitch for higher
Jages fn Panama here f understand thousands of their country-

miirh move room iui iiiiF.u...... ;--i.vi

today there is

If he truly

. .. unr. ;n thn ( ana .one

the republic. jronian

CHANNEL CHATTER

Sir:

natnn T.ak aboard

Mv favorite pastime is sailing mii" ; f.
my little cabin cruiser, taking along the family for a nice outing,
PiCnSeveraT years ago I passed a huge big boat tfy the name of
thP Venore which had its bow stuck up on an island with tugs
Sulllng ir! an different directions. I put my cruiser full ahead
hpfnrp thev Dressed me into service as a tugboat.
SometLe later I was out for a cruise and there outside the
rhanneT waT a big white German banana ship by the name of
S T Quadrivum sitting on top of submerged trees with
St a dozen tugboats pulling to get him free. Again I departed
in haste before being pressed into service.
l" Tast month reld in the newspaper about some ship Gallo

way going aground. The steamship nrm naa a oig sun
cofc against the Canal Company for damages and they really
used some harsh adjeitives to describe the pilot in charge. Since
Tnave not seen any notice of countersuit In the newspaper, it
"ottod to be "Get outside the channel when meeting
ships" but with the ships going outside the channel, looks like
my cabin cruiser is not safe for navigation.
With all the collisions and banging of iron I have a suggestion-
The pilot launch Constantlne is giving everyone such a
headache Why not put it up for sale and I will submit a good
healthy bid, sail away on Gatun Lake, steer steady outside the
channel. Along comes a big liner and wham -bing-bang overside
goes Joe and long gone down goes the big headache Constantlne.
What happens to the pilots on those damaged vessels?
yy Yacht Owner

ol continued inflation during a re recession,
cession, recession, about what they consiuer
might be rocking the boat.
It is those latter ones and tho.se
citizens who have not yet formed
or expressed an opinion that I
would like to address principal!'
in this space which Mr. Riesel in invited
vited invited me to fill during his absent-2.
One of the several priority it items
ems items whicn we have listed as mrt
ters that have to be solved now
and which cannot be swept und.r
the rug for the next two years is
the question of improved benefits
for retired UAW members. With Without
out Without giving it emphasis at the ex
pense of what we consider o'her
important problems that demand
immediate solution, I would like
to use this space to discuss that
problem as one of, and typical of
the current problems of UAW
members which cannot just be
forgotten about for the next two
years.
Despite the tremendous contri contribution
bution contribution made by thousands of re retired
tired retired workers through many years
ot productive labor, General Mo
tors. Ford and Chrysler have 'tim

ed their backs on the welfare of

their retired workers. The UAW
has not and wilt not.
We are determined to carry out
our moral obligation to reti.'ed
workers, for we are fully consci
ous of the fact that 1955 pension
benefits cannot meet living costs
in 1958. We cannot and will not
accept a situation in which the re retirement
tirement retirement income of today is a--"
tually less in purchasing power"
than it was in 1955.
In its stni?sle to ohtain and ev ever
er ever since then to improve collec collec-t
t collec-t velv bara'ne"1 pennon te
UAW has made it clear that it
vas not operating as a narrow,
selfish economic pressure group

tfi the bsne'i' of i's member- -lone
but rather with the expecta expectation
tion expectation that all recipients of Fede.al
old ag sentry wo"''1 r-v- ;.

The three increases in Federal So-
rial Securi'v s'nee 1,l)n i''"' f'"t

following by only a few weeks ne

gotiation of the first UAW pension
agreement, testified fo the reali realization
zation realization of our expectations.

STARVING CANAL ZONE BRATS
Sir:

what rinp Real "K of C." i Mail Box. Aug. 29) mean by

"Knights of Bingo'"' Has he ever stopped in with guests for a
khmrrnr anri hepr or coke? All of a sudden the doors burst

open and 50 half-starved Canal Brats start a war dance that
would put Geronimo to shame. Twice we have tried the place,
and twice we have been disgusted that such a well-known or organization
ganization organization should tolerate such bad behaviour.
I can't imagine why it does. I thought children were not al allowed
lowed allowed In bars. There are-plenty of them here in the K. of C. This
t something for the padres to look into, and nuickly.
Demented K. of C.

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.DAiiYWASHINGTON

Merry-Go -Round

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WASHINGTON There's s lot
more than meets the eye behind
the Republican state conven ion
meeting in Rochester this week.
Not ali the delegates w,u
tend will know it, but they are
grooming a man who may chair
lenge Vice President Nixun -tor
.ue pre.idential nomination in
1906-Nelson Rockke eller.

service. And the American peo people,
ple, people, who don't hold the sins of a
f ner -gains his son, have for
given the past.
Avereli Harriman, still the
est s ockholder in the Union pf pf-cific,
cific, pf-cific, has spent 20 years working
for the government. As Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of Commerce, ambassador to
England; ambassador to Russia,

head of Mutual Aid, lie became
one of the most experienced pub-

REJUVENATION PROJECT

i airplane is being used by Ralph Davis at Boonville, Mo.,

to seed Missouri River bottom fields destroyed by the recent nooas. Da vis Bays us an experi experiment
ment experiment to collect information about livability fit crops and seeding rates. The Missouri Farmers
Association is cooperating by furnishing seed. Crops being seeded from the air are tvheat
milo, sargo, rye and sudan grass. It will be several weeks before farm equipment can get
into the saturated fields.

eSix months ago. (-"Ham b'"wig.s

who make the wheels go round hr servants nf this tronal-aitnn

in the it .juu,

tha' Nixon had a lot of defects
in his remembered Stassen's spur-of-the-moment
s'op Nixon cam campaign
paign campaign as too hurriedly thrown to-

ge her; so they decided to begin

NEW

YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

SAY IT ISN'T SO (But is is:
Mickey (The LOuse) Cohen flash flashing
ing flashing a big bankroll. .Handsome
socialite George Hamilton, who
made his .Hollywood debut in
"Crime and r-unishment," anc!
Newport deb Manila van Beuren
hand-holding at the Warwick Ra Raleigh
leigh Raleigh Room. .Betty Kean's Lou
Parker says screen pips like Bar Bar-dot,
dot, Bar-dot, Mansfield, Lollo, etc., don't
have stand-ins. They have stand standouts.
outs. standouts. .Russia's frozen assests:
The prisoners in Siberia. .Next
step of the firebrands- To sees
an injunction against the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas legislature forbidding it to
legislate. (And maybe the courts
will change the Constitution again.)
. .There may be life on the
moon, but this week there's not
much down here.

hootch, klutch and
nograph record.

a broken pho-

COMMISSARY OVERTIME

ilr:

done about

t nrleVi rintrornnr Potter would tret something

working conditions in the commissaries. After standing on our
feet all day waiting on customers we are told we must work- tin
midnight taking inventory.
Do they ask people Stateside to work such long hours? And
toirino- invpntnrv on all of our days off. We al

ways have something of our own to do on our only days off of
tlip week
Most' Irksome of all, we do not get paid for all this overtime.

On only two days a year do we get paid overtime, ana we
l.,,.nlnn, Jn nf tlmPC O VPSf

Why are the commissary managers allowed to force us to
take time off Instead of pavin- us for this work when under the
rpo-niatinn we can tret nald If we want the money rather than

the days off? RSC

Caa faUich

CINTRAL AMERICAS

LEADING JEWELLER!

Across the Chase Manhattan Bank

In discussing the economic costs

of, improved pensions and soci il

security benefits for ?I1 citizens
throifh federal legis'-ion. i'
should be noted that the total
costs of health, education and 'ei 'ei-tare
tare 'ei-tare programs from all source-,
public and private, now amount
to about 60 billion dollars.
I! our gross national prod'Tt
continues to increase st the same
rate as in the past 58 years fa fa-bout
bout fa-bout 3 percent a yar), we conH
increase in the next ten years our
annual health, education and v'

fare expenditures by 50 percent to
a total of 90 bi'lion dollars a year

without increasing by more than

1 percent the pronortion of o.tr

gross national product which goes
into these programs.

With this increase in exoenditur

t-s. there are many things ve

could do for older oeonle. youn;
people, tlin physically disabled and
those who are physically and men
tally ill which we are not doTr;
today.
1. We could establish and maint maintain
ain maintain decent retirement income- nro nro-grams
grams nro-grams for all our senior citizens

with provision for eos' -of -living ad
iustment built right into the sys system.
tem. system. 2. We could provide at least a
basic minimum nrp"r" fo- h-is-P'talization
and medical care for
all social security v-enefie;-ries.
( 3. We could imorove public as
sistance programs and standards
for the needy aaed.

4. We coulrl .,.'' -' S
lie housing units for older people
ss ?n integral part of an overall
pt.blir housing program.
5. We could provide the educa

tion, recreation, counseling and m

f'Hmat'on services now so wouu'

ly inadequate to meet the needs of

senior citizens.
These considerations sr typical
of the human values with wnieh
our negotiations and the tIAWf
broader programs are concerned.
They are made up of the very
stuff of human dignity and securi

ty, of man's humanity to man. ot

the measures that can and need to

l,p taken for the benefit of our

whole nonulation. rther than ior

the elfish benefit of any on nar narrow
row narrow segment.

Th the roaa tne uaw

committed to travel. It is the road

we snau travel.

The Hi-Lee, Hi-Lowdown: Para Paramount
mount Paramount Dginy Billy Graham o
play himself in "The Billy Gra Graham
ham Graham Story." Well, who else?. .
Today's Kim Novak item (or is
it yesterday's already?): She'll
wed film director Dick Quine as
soon as he gets the divorce from
Frances Bushman, Francis X's
daughter. .Discount all the wed wedding
ding wedding rumors about the young Duke
of Kent. That would make his

party:loving ma "The Dowager

Duchess' and that she won't

stand for.. ..After reading the cem cemetery
etery cemetery epitaphs you wonder wheth

er they bury the sinners. . .Brisk
black market in tickets for the
private screening of the upcoming
flick version of "Separate Tables.'
Looks like another "My Fair La Lady.!'.
dy.!'. Lady.!'. .Sebastian Gardens, new newest
est newest of the Florida East Coast de

velopments, has a slick slogan
and I think I know who wrote
"Where the fish meet the fisher fishermen."
men." fishermen." Only I don't like fish. .
George (Anybody Can Play) Fen Fen-neman
neman Fen-neman says beware of the babe
who runs her fingers through
your hair. She's after your scalp.

Mor.i merchandise: Maria (Mar (Marguerite)
guerite) (Marguerite) Belafonte, Harry's ex, giv giving
ing giving up her teaching career o
make a movie debut in Al Zug Zug-smith's
smith's Zug-smith's upcoming "Night of tne
Quarter Moon" which stars Jack Jackie
ie Jackie Coogan and is about miscege miscegenation.
nation. miscegenation. .Phil Greenwald, current currently
ly currently a TV star on Phil Silvers' Sgt.
Bilko program, must believe
his new litie ol "The Modern Bar Bar-num'
num' Bar-num' and so do I when I iig
tiese names appearing at fabu fabulous
lous fabulous Arthur Winarick's fabulous

Concord: Red Buttons, Phil Sil Silvers,
vers, Silvers, Georgia Gibbs, Alan Gale.
Buduy HacKeL Pa, 'Suzuki, Alan
King and Dagmar with i.i'.'at
Ray Robinson, Perry Como and
a few others 10 be heard lrom.
. .Al McCleary, CBS producer,
looking for an unknown to piay
the part of Ellery Queen. (Here
I am.). .Is Mei.ro bidding for
the Chez Viio s.ory?. . .Char .Char-das
das .Char-das has a new dish on the menu-:
Hungarian girlash...Henny Youngj Youngj-ey
ey Youngj-ey Nelson at the Atlantic City
man (Rock 'n' Kollin' wi.ii Rit.. Rit..-bteel
bteel Rit..-bteel Pier) was a guest at a re recent
cent recent Hollywood wedding where the
bride wore such a long veil it
almost covered her pedal pushers.

early.

Nixon, they figured, could nev never
er never eniirely live down the $18,000
personal expense fund nor his os oscillation
cillation oscillation back and lorth between
Taft Republicanism and Eisenhow

er Republicanism.
Thus was born the plan to run
Nelson Rockefeller for Governor
of New York a springboard which
has sent .more men to the While
House than any other public post.
Rockefeller has never run for
office in his li e. But gradully
GOP candidates steeped in New
York politics Oswald Beck, Speak Speaker
er Speaker of the New York Assembly;
State Senator Walter Mahoney;
Leonard Hall, ex-chairman of the

Republican Committee dropped

(tree mv violin and mv sinein2

partner Mary Meade French have lout of the race. Skillful, unseen

in

ps, Your Hypocrisy Is Show-

BriHSh papers front paging

Little Rock had to move it back
to make way for "Race War
Breaks Out in Britain" as "hun "hundreds,
dreds, "hundreds, of while and coloured (sic)

men fought each other in a se series
ries series o running battles.". .Fa

vorite London indoor pastime of
sneering at America's crime also
took quite a licking with the head headline
line headline "Crime Year Sensation: 108
Policemen Beaten Up."

nn similarity to a piano and a

candelabra." Except that she
lights up the room.). .Mara
Lynn, the Body Beautiful .'iio
stole all the notices in the Broad Broadway
way Broadway turkey of the same name, is
curren ly being tabbed as the best
Lola of them all in the s.rawhat
circuit "Damn Yankees.' Turned
down an offer from Hal Wallis to
do a musical (you silly gal). .
Pablo Picasso is gnawing at his
mustache because S3mer.et Maug Maugham
ham Maugham won't sell him an early Pi Picasso.
casso. Picasso. .Hal Conrad, one of the
be ter TV wri'ers, may shake
the dust from our shores to do
specs for British viewers. .The
Nautilus crew really started at
the bo'tom of the road to iame.

Dept. of Let's Mind My Own
Business: Serves me right for
asking, "Who was the Dade they

named Dade County, Fla. after?"
I've been flooded with mail i'rom
Major Francis L. Dade, who, with
his men, was massacred by the
Seminole Indians in 1835. (I knew
what happens to the government
owned Alaska Railroad after Es Es-kimoville
kimoville Es-kimoville becomes a state? It

was a haven for politicos seeking!

appointments lor pests tney want wanted
ed wanted to send away, far away. .
And the Mi. McKinlcy ilotel
built by the Dept. of the Interior

at many millions? In the begin beginning,
ning, beginning, at least, it was a sweet
bideout for VIPs and their babesos
who pretended they were hunting,

a government expense, of course.
(Cost $7,000 a month to heat.). .
Aren't the Reds in, but strong, in
fish packing at Bristol Bay, and
doesn't it give them a swell cov cover
er cover to observe naval operations?

If anyone ever gets around

to probing the Indian A fairs Bu Bureau
reau Bureau in Alaska, it will make big bigger
ger bigger headlines than Statehodd. .
Name for an eskimo babe is
klutch which rhymes wi'h' hootch,

and a big night there is not

wine, women and song, but

Here I Go Again: Even the
a famous Bway show gal helped
her mother jug her despera ely
arresting cotpers were upse when
ailing fa her. .George Liberace
writes: "I'm not doing an imita imitation
tion imitation of my bro'her's act as you

mentioned. .1 m sure you 11 a-

The Truth Hurts (Ouch): Two
execs, of a theatrical union have
beeYi subpenaed by the McClellan
Committee. .Some time ago I
addressed a plaintive query to
Col. Andrew (Jack) Eaken, pro provost
vost provost marshal of New York, ask asking
ing asking him about the func'ions of
the MPs under his command.
Some of his associates thought I
was blaming him for a condition
which I knew and know, originat originated
ed originated elsewhere (and I know whev?)
so Pd like to JteUfoe. record
s'raight that Eakpn API finei sol soldier,
dier, soldier, a distinguished officer and
an alert policeman who presides

over as spic and span and outfit
as Tve ever s"n. (Bu everyone
in the army takes orders.). .

Wolvs will rai'V be on hand
for -th Joe E. Lew:s Sent. 11 Co Co-pa
pa Co-pa opening, specializing in such
sexational lovelies as; Terry Mc Mc-Dermot,
Dermot, Mc-Dermot, who was 2nd in New
Jersey's "Miss America" contest,
3rd in Jersey's "Miss Universe
Contest," and 1st as Miss Fair
Lawn, Miss Bergen County and
Miss Liberaor, whatever that is.
. .Ingrid Bergman's nom du tra travel
vel travel is original to say the least:
"Mrs. Smith." . .One word de description
scription description of a strip join': Bustro.
Prescription: If she acts like a
sphinx try minks.

hands were at work. Result: A

bandwagon rush to Rockefeller.
SONS OF HIGHBINDERS
If the American people had
been told 50 years ago hat Rn
off-spring of John D. Rockefeller
would aim for the governorship

o New York, hey would think
the son of wall Street railroad
speculator Edward H. Harriman
they were dreaming.
Or if they had been told that
wou d oecome Governor ot New
York, they would have been equal equally
ly equally incredulous.
Both of the old gentlemen were
highbinders who trod ruthlessly on
the public interest and were hat hated
ed hated in return.
John D. Rockefeller, founder of
the Standard Oil empire, pioneer pioneered
ed pioneered the practice of buying up pipe pipelines
lines pipelines so that no oil men could sell
unless they sold through Rocke Rockefeller.
feller. Rockefeller. Since he controlled the pipe pipelines,
lines, pipelines, he fixed the price.
Tne nam-. Rocke "Her was cwsr
ed all through the West, and the
laws which some oil men now
want to change were put on the
statute books in order to prevent
the cutthroat tactics of the man
whose grandson is now running
for governor of.JNew York.
' Contemporary with- the elder
John D., another Highbinder nam

ed Harriman was busy gobbling
up, not pipeliries, but railroads.
He got control of the Union Pa Pacific,
cific, Pacific, dominated the Southern Pa Pacific,
cific, Pacific, and then plunged into a
race wPh James J. Hill for con-'rr-I
of the Northern Pacific! which
led to the most serious crash

t' i :-e

IATS RECORD

HIGHCLIFFE, England (UPIT

Fisherman John Furness lost a

possibl worH reerrr' her ve(.er

day, but his friend gained a
"lovelv" meal. Furness landed a

Hond skte weilh'ng V.7

sounds, and then got to wonder

in? whether It might be a record.

He gave the fish to a friend, gro grocer
cer grocer Ivor Seller, to store in his

deoo-frpeze. Yesterday, when a re

oresentative of the National M M-eration
eration M-eration of Sea Anglers turned up

to cheek the dimensions of the

'ish. there was no fish. "I ate

Teddy Roosevelt, who also blast-

r . Ov. '"iiwr. "-".ei

Harriman the greatest wrecker of

American business.
HOW THEY CHANCED
Today Harriman's son is Gov Governor
ernor Governor of New York and Rockefel Rockefeller'
ler' Rockefeller' grandson is running for Gov

ernor of New York. .'..
In 50 years they have reversed
public opinion. Both did it by de dedicating
dicating dedicating their lives to public

He has charted his course not
by his father but by his grand grandfather,
father, grandfather, a famous Episcopalian min minister.
ister. minister. The Rocke eller family, 5t years
agS, got tired of being hated and
hired Ivy Lee as public relations
adviser. He advised them to do
good in the world and public re relations
lations relations would take care of ttaalf

They have been following his ad advice.
vice. advice.

The Rockefellers have been giv
ing away their millions to col colleges,
leges, colleges, hospitals, for medical re research,
search, research, national parks, and the
inprovement of the Good Neighbor
Policy m Latin America.
Nelson is sincere, idealistic, public-spirited,
hasn't had as much
governmental experience as Aver Aver-all
all Aver-all Harriman, and, paradoxically
is. a, friend 0 Harriman's. 'th
were brought into the New Deal
by Harry Hdpkins;
The odds will be on Harriman.
But Rockefeller will give him the
fight of his life. Either way, New
York will have a good governor.
But riding behind Nelson in ihe
race will be backers who are
grooming a new ioebev tn niw

the Republican nartv tnvuar th.

White Hoffse in 196Q.

NEW PUBLISHER
A New York newspaper with
Republican roots going back to
Civil War days is about to change
hands-the New York Herald Tri Tri-mine.
mine. Tri-mine. Famous in the days of Horace
Greeley, and continued by anoth anoth-er
er anoth-er great newspaperman, Whitelaw
Reid, the Tribune, after merging
with the Herald, has been pub published
lished published In later years by Mrs. Hel Helen
en Helen Reld and her sons.
But the high price of newsprint
and labor, plus the advertising
inroads' of elevision, have hit
the Jlerald Tribune: so some
months ago, John Hay Whitney
purchased a large enough share
to give him control.
That control will soon pass in into
to into his hands.
Whitney now U. S. ambassador
m London, cut his teeth On gov government
ernment government service under Roosevelt
who brought him into the New
Deal, where he was assistant o
Rockefeller who brought him into
the New Deal, where he was as as-sis'sflt
sis'sflt as-sis'sflt to Rockefeller in the office
of Pan American cultural rela relations.
tions. relations. As ambassador to London he
nas been asture In advising th
State department and popular
with the British public.
He married Betsy Cushing. for former
mer former wife of Congressman James
Roosevelt, is the brother-in-law of
Williams Paley, head of the Co Co-lumbia
lumbia Co-lumbia Broadcasting System, and
owns four TV stations of his own.
As the grmdson of a Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary of State, John S. Hay, Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Whitney has a slight gripe
against another grandson of anoth another
er another Secretary of State. When John
Fos'er Dulles, grandson of John
Foster, comes to London, he sel seldom
dom seldom consults Whitney.

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Swedish Tanker, Coast Guard Save Helpless Cruiser Crew From Gale

NORFOLK, Vi. (UPI) Fivei

men whose powerless 47 foot cab

in cruiser was tossed by hurricane

Daisy's 30-foot swells thanked the
"Good Lord" and a compass light

today for their rescue.

The Coast Guard cutter Chero

kee towed in the battered cruiser

Golden Eye Sunday night. The

Golden Eye, which holds an un

official Rio to Bermuda speed

record, had been missing a week

on a voyage from Bermuda to

New Jersey. It was found shortly

after midnight Friday bv the

Swedish tanker J olefin a Thorden

240 miles east of Cape Henry, Va.
The five men, three Bermudans
and two U.S. Navv men d.

scribed their week of helplessness

after being brought to Coast

Guard headauarters hero M Sun.

day night. A Coast Guard snnlrs.

jman said they appeared to be in

gooa condition, i

They said the ship's starboard
engine conked out Sunday and its
other engine failed Monday, leav leaving
ing leaving the craft powerless.

The Golden Eye drifted, unable
to make radio contact and without

seeing any other shipping, and
then hurricane Daisy struclc

Thursday.
Barrett and Cotton estimated
the ship was in the hurricane for
nearly 24 hours. Although the boat
was flung oa-the crest of constant

30 foot swells, it suffered little
damage in the storm.
They said the ship's water con container
tainer container broke last Monday but they
were able to catch sufficient rain
water. The Golden Eye had three
to four days supply of food left
when towed in here.
The Coast Guard said a seaman
who had just come on watch on
fhe Josefina Thorden spotted the
Golden Eye's compass light short shortly
ly shortly after midnight Friday.

The Thorden radioed the Coast
Guard here, and the cutter Cams Cams-bell
bell Cams-bell was dispatched. The Jherokee
met the Campbell Sunday and
towed the Golden Eye in'o pet
Cotton, a Navy fireman oa
leave 'or the voyage, said: "The
Good Lord was wi.h us."
The other three crewmerobsrs
were Christopher Bremme" and
Ross R. Robinson of Spanish
Point, Bermuda, and S.W. Weotoj
of Pembroke, West Bermuda.

TUC .vcT.MATinN nv additional CAPACITY amounting to 7500 Kw is nearing completion at Cla. Panamefia de Fuerza

v Tii7-sRnuth Avenue Electric Plant. Additional construction, plant changes, and a great deal of preparatory work had to be ac ac-comnllshed
comnllshed ac-comnllshed in connection with the installation of the plant's eighth generating unit. Complementing the new turbo-generator,
which was purchase in Finspong, Sweden, are a high pressure steam boiler, a 125-foot self-supporting steel stack, pumps, heat
exchangers Mrtng and associated auxiliary equipment. Other work undertaken during the construction period at the South
Avenue Plant was the building of an additional cooling pond (this more than doubles the old cooling capacity); the removal and
replacement of two old low pressure boilers; the installation of a new Westlnghouse switch gear; the relocation of the entire
machine shotr nartlal excavation ot the plant interior and pouring of more than 5000 cubic yards of concrete. Estimated cost
of the entire project is over two million dollars A Company spokesman stated that it is planned to inaugurate the new
7500 ICW turbo-generator about the' middle of September of this year.

Sen. Symington Charges US Spends
Money For Weapons Of Past War'

WASHINGTON (UPI) Sen.
Stuart Symington (D Mo.) charged
yesterday thft thi co'-ntry
poured from $6,500,000,000 to $7, $7,-500,000,000
500,000,000 $7,-500,000,000 into one weapons sys system
tem system which la totally unnecessary
from the standpoint of futuse
war;""'' X ; .:''
Syminpton, a member of the
Can-ita Armpri Services Commit-

tee and a persistent critic, of the.

administration's detense policies,
made tft caafge. "without men men-tioning
tioning men-tioning Jhe. field" .involved,
apparently for, security reasons.
However,' he later criticized
what he described as "point de defense"
fense" defense" against missile?.. He said it
is unrealistic, to depend on "abil "ability
ity "ability to snoot "down something with
say a 50 or 100 mile range" when
a bomber 200 miles off "pould
Shoot an air-to-ground missile.'
"Arid, yet we are swendins; a
great many billion dollars in that
type-and character of defense,"
Symington said in a filmed tele television
vision television Interview (WSDUTV New
Orleans); with Rep. Hale Boggs
(D-La.).
Symington said that "there isnt
any question" about the tJiuei
States being behind Russia in the
ballistics missile field.

But further, he said, the U. S.4

Army "is in an almost hopeless

situation" in comparison to the

Communist ground forces of fhe
Soviet Union and China. The Rus Russians
sians Russians also lead, he said, in subma submarines
rines submarines and light jet bombers and
filters.

Symington, who was air secre secretary
tary secretary in the Truman administration,
contended that tbf Eisenhower ad administration
ministration administration had put -the Pentagon
in a "fiscal strait-jacket."
"In other words," he said, "they
have net carried out the idea that
there would be no -restraint in our
effort to attain and maintain a
position of equality, you might say
ti modern wtapons, with the So Soviets."
viets." Soviets." Symington said that "the great greatest
est greatest shock the American people
have had. .since World' War II
was not Korea, ft was sputnik.'
He noted that the Democratic Democratic-controlled
controlled Democratic-controlled congress had voted t
give the Defense Department
more money than the administra administration
tion administration requested. But he added that
we cannot force the department
to use it."
However, h'e also said that in increases
creases increases in defense spending W)U
tint necessarilv be required "if we

build what is necessary for a fu-J

ture war instead o. what s nec necessary
essary necessary for a past war.'
'!The U.S. Army, he said, has
15, divisions compared with 75
Russian divisions and "several
hundred" Chinese divisions.

The surface navy of the United
States is larger than Russia's, he
said, but the Russians are "far
ahead" in submarines. In the air,
he said, the United States has a
lead in., large and medium bombers
but the Russians are "far ahead"
in light jet bombers and fighters.

The Navv men. Delain P Rar.

ratt, 25, of Kerr moor, Pi., and
Carl E. Cotton, 24, of Atlanta
said the Golden Eye began en

countering rougn weather early

rtug. m aiier leaving Bermuda on
the 23rd enroute to Brielle, N.J.

111
Singapore Worries

Over Increased

RP Ship Registry
SINGAPORE. Sept. 2 (UPI)

The government is worried about
the increased number of Singa
pore snips taking out Panamanian
registry, it was reported today.
A spokesman for the Ministry
of Commerce and Industry said
that the registry of ships here
were being charged mainly to
evade income tax and that the
foreign exchange control depart department
ment department was keeping a close watch

over the disturbing situation.

Shipping circles said that since
the beginning of last July, at least
5 ships had taken out Panama

nian registry although the Singa Singapore
pore Singapore government had made it dif

ficult or we snipping companies
to get the necessary American
dollars to eifect the transfer.
It is understood that the ship shipping
ping shipping firms have gone to Hong
Kong for American currency. A A-merican
merican A-merican dollars may be bought in
the free market there.

BACK UP The entire rear deck swings up to permit work on

the motor of this new four-passenger car displayed at Augs- J
burg, West Germany. Designed by Messerschmitt, Jnc, the aut,,
will nVt be "manufactured51 in Germany, but only in the n
where production rights have already been' assigned.

EDEN'S NIECE TO WED
LONDON (UPI) Amelia Mary
Eden, niece of former British
Prime Minister Sir Anthony Eden,
will be married next Sunday to
Giovanni Borelli, 27. ajn Italian
ferryboat mechanic whom she met
while vacationing on the island of
Ischia. Her mother said "Amelia

is marrying with our blessing and

love."

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SILMORE 10NES CLAIMS BRIDE
iN CANDLELIGHT NUPTIALS SERVICE
Miss Adelaide Camiile Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
David W. Ellis of Gamboa, became the bride of Mr, Gilmore
Akin Jones in an impressive candlelight nuptial service Fri Friday
day Friday evening at 7:30 at Balboa Union Church. Officiating
ministers were Dr. Walker M Alderton and Rev. Austin
Olaon.
White gladioli, carnations and llllies were uced in the
church decorations. Traditional musical selections ware play played
ed played by Mrs. A.J. O'Leary at the organ.

vsiting here for several weeks.
Retirement Party
Honors Harry Friedland
After 30 years government serv
ice, Harry Frieolana was com complimented
plimented complimented at a retirement party
last week at the Elks Club in fit
boa. Mr. Friedlsnd, who has work
ed for 29 of those years with the
Panama Canal's Aides to Naviga Navigation
tion Navigation and Dredging Division in
Gamboa, is leaving this week foi
his hometown of Newport News,
Va. He plans to spend some time

visitine his family ana menas Be

fore making definite plans lor the
future. i

Amone the many well-wishers

attending the party were Mr. ana

Mrs. Seymour Barxowttz, Mr. ana

Mrs. N. M. Schommer, Mr. and

Mrs. J. Shaw, Mr. Vincent Bisva,
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Melant, Mr.

and Mrs. S. Churchill, Mr. and

Mrs. Tom Murphy, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ray

mond Shuey, Mr. and Mrs. A. a
Hudgins. Mr. and Mrs. Fred B.
Hill. Jr., Mr. and Mrs, Richard J.
lomford, Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.
Engelke, Mr. and Mrs. Charts
Bitter, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Roy,
Capt. and Mrs. F. D. Harris, Mr
R. B. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. J.
D. Tate, Miss Florence Munger,
Miss Becky Aronoff, Mr. Bill Han Han-nigan,
nigan, Han-nigan, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Keepers, Miss Aurelia D. Hadar Hadar-iti,
iti, Hadar-iti, Miss Dorothy M. Hall, Mr.
and Mrs. Fritz Cheney.

formal Dinner Honors
Panama's Foreign Minister
The Ambassador from Uruguay
and his wife, Dr. and Mrs. Feiix
Pollen Carrico, will entertain ris
evening at their residence in Bellr
Vista honoring the Panamanian
Foreign Minister, Miguel J. Mo
reno Jr., and Mrs. Moreno. Invi Invitations
tations Invitations to the formal dinner have.

been extended to a number

prominent diplomatic and socti
representatives of this area.

The bride's gown was fashion fashioned
ed fashioned of Chantilly lace and tulle over
latin. Her veil of illusion cascad cascaded
ed cascaded from a crown of seed pearls.

and she carried a bouquet of
white orchids and carnations. Her
maid of honor. Miss Barbara Car Carter,
ter, Carter, wore a floor-length frock of
pink peau de soie with a head

piece of matching material and

seed pearls. The costumes of the

bridesmaids, Miss Lynne Jones.

sister of thp bridegroom. Miss

Bobbie Ann Brentner, Misl Olic
Kyan and Miss Jean Chambers
wore identical fashions in green.
All carried bouquets of pink car carnations
nations carnations with gardenia centers.
For the wedding of her daught daughter,
er, daughter, Mrs. Ellis selected an ensem
ble of blue taffeta with white ac accessories,
cessories, accessories, Mrs. Louise Jones ol
Bslboa, mother o' the bridegroom
wore a black and white dren wrh

of iwhite accessories. Both had gar

denia corsages.
Ushers included Norbert Jones,
brother of the- bridegroom, David

Ellis, brother of the bride, Lowell
Brentner, John Ryan. Andrew Lin,
John Albritton, and Dick Egot.
More than 300 guests attended

the reception following the cere-

Guests At Williams Home
Mr. and Mrs. William Rohrbacli
o Maitland, Fla., areinpuse guest.-,
of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Williamr
of Balboa. The Rohrbachs, form

er residents of the Canal Zone, are mony at the Tivoli Guest Hou!e

About six weeks before Dexter

was born, he began to cauae his

mother a good deal of discomfort.

She found it hard to breathe

In rooms without open windows.
A lively child in a sunless place,
Dexter had no awareness of
night and day; and always chose
his mother's hours for sleep for
outbursts of activity that waked

her up.
She had to eat at tables by it-

tine sideways as the forward

bulk caused by Dexter made It

otherwise Impossible to reach
them. Firm controls had to be

nut on her envy of other people a

strawberry shortcake lest Dexter

use it to get too fat. Reaching
over him to buckle her shoe
straps left her panting and a lit little
tle little gkldy. l
During the final week, the

Chaplain Jr., Wife
Repeat Vows
SOUTH GATE, Calif. (UPI)
Charles Chaplin Jr., actor-sgn el
comedian Charlie Chaplin, and his

bride repeated vows ssturday
night in a ceremony at First Bap

tist Church.
Chaplin and Susan Magness.
who met last year when they ap appeared
peared appeared in a lay at Pasadena
Playhouse, were married Aug. 5
in a wedding chapel at Winter Winter-haven,
haven, Winter-haven, Calif

Center of interest was th heart-

shaped bridal cake, decorated with
bells made of icing, artificial 111
lies of the valley and the mini'
ture bridal couple. Music was

presented by Lucho Azcarrag.

Pouring punch and coffee were
Mrs. Marion S. Herring and Mrs
George Carter. Mrs. Harvey Rhvne

and Mrs. John Albritton presided

at the bride's book.

The newlyweds left Saturday by

Plane for San Luis Obispo, Calif,.

where they will make their home,
while Mr. Jones attends Califor

nia Polytechnical Institute.

'CONTINUID ON PAGE FIVE)

ACTRESS TO WED

HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actress

Jeff Donnell, the nagging wife on

ueorge Gobel s television show.

will marry advertising executive
John Bricker II tonight at the

congregational Church of the

Chimes in nearby Van Nuys.

thought almost constantly, "Oh,
& lease hurry up and get yourself
on."
""v Dexter's about to take an an-other
other an-other step In his development
. .. tut to enter school.

But Instead of wanting him to

take this new step, nis mower
feels quite depressed about It.
Though she registered the dis discomfort
comfort discomfort of life with Dexter as he
prepared to enter the world, aha
haa not registered the uncom uncomfortable
fortable uncomfortable life she lives with him

now that he's all ready to enter

school. -mwtiJ
On rainy days he pushes a
gainst the limits of his home en

vironment by asking "What'll I

do now, Mom?" On sunny ones
she has to keep 15-minute checks
on him lest he make another at attempt
tempt attempt to rida his express wagon

down the iront porch steps.

At least five times a day, she
has to say, "No not between

meals." She's worn out arbitral

lng his fights with his little

brother which develop becauae of
restrictions home now imposes

on his exuberant 6-year old in

terests and energies.

It Is just as uncomfortable to
live with a healthy child who Is

ready for school aa it is to live

with baby who has outgrown

our bodies,

Romantic notions of love for

Dexter deny us awareness of this

truth. Yet underneath his motn

er's depression it's waiting to be

seen, if she sees it, the depres depression
sion depression will leave her. With the

freedom honesty with ourselves
always gives us, she'll be able to
think, "Oh, how glad I'll be to

deliver Dexter to school!"

She didn't stop, to check the
tscti be 'ore passina along a bit

of attention-getting gossip, one
didn't even stop to think mat by
spreading the story she might be
hurting someone.
This is how malicious and
often untrue stories get spread
around, by those who haven t the
sood manners to treat others as

they would like others to treat

tnem.

Posture Habits
Are Mirror Of
Your Personality
LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A pro professor
fessor professor of physical education at
the University of Southern Califor California
nia California said yesterday posture refletj
a person's personality.
Dr. Eleanor Methey said voi

can not fool others for lent by

assuming a posture that is not
hnhittiallv vnura hai-aiia vnur

body will soon return to its nor

maland comfortable posture,
"Your habitual posture seems
comfortable to you because U tx tx-presses
presses tx-presses how you feel," Dr, Methey
said.

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Don't Warns snybody but your
self:
j: your husband forgets your
wedding anniversary. A thoughtful
wife subtly reminds her husband
of important dates, Instead of let letting
ting letting him forget and then acting
hurt.
If your husband never wants to
take you anywhere. If you make
the most of your looks, to that
your husband is proud to show you
off, and If you are a gay and a a-musing
musing a-musing companion you ma't find
the TV set and the easy chair un unbeatable
beatable unbeatable competition.
If you are bored and frustrat frustrated
ed frustrated because your life is a dull rou routine,
tine, routine, Nobody but you can hake
it up and add a little intercs; and
variety. A bored person is almost
always a lazy person, who isn't
willing to make the effort to make
things happen,
If your husband gives yon mon

ey instead of KOinc out and select

ine a sift for you, himself. If in

Uie past you always received any

cut from mm wun unquamiea en

thusiasm he would probably not

have the feeling that you will pe

satisfied only with something you

pick out.

I your children never accep: a a-nything
nything a-nything you say without an argu
ment. That's a pretty good indica indication
tion indication that you've been afraid to
make what you say stick.
If you feel less attractive than
you were 10 years ago. It's s wom woman's
an's woman's duty to replace you'll with
such lasting qualities as charm,
understanding, new interests and
skills. The woman who conscien conscien-liously
liously conscien-liously follows this, course doesn't
grow less attractive as s.ie grows
older. : iuML :
If you are feuding; with your in inlaws.
laws. inlaws. It takes two to ideal a fight

and keep it going, and a Woman
can get along peacefully with her
in law's if she is determined that
she is going to.
If you feel that you have been
a good wife but just aren't appre
ciated by your husband. Chances
are that means you have tried to
be what you think a good wife is
instead of trying to do the things

your husband considers important.

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Miss midnight's NOTEBOOK- which used to amuse the patrons

wwpii me jjiace was new
Two of the 14 Russian tourists
making the rounds in New Ycrk.
Mark Orlov and Vlariihiir Hjh.

kltwwere guided to the Left

Bsruc as an example of a smart
V.b. Slipper club the nthai- nierht

and prptoptly shattered the vud vud-ka
ka vud-ka tr.dition by drinking Ice wa
ter for the first 20 minutes of
their stay. When they finally got
around to more serious beverag
es, they proved the power of ad ad-vertisihg
vertisihg ad-vertisihg (and pulchritude) by re requesting
questing requesting "that American beef
made by those pretty girls." No
word on how the Kremlin is vot voting
ing voting in this year's contest.
The receiver wtio tooK river the
assets of Lou Walters' Cafe de
Paris in Miami Beach is in a
swivef. He released costumes from
the show for use in Walters
Broadway cabaret, and since that

es and suits have been fmpound-

wcih otnrupi, me eitporaie O""!"
ed here. Now the Miami receiver
has the unpleasant problem of ex explaining
plaining explaining to the Florida courts just
now he happened to let the as assets
sets assets get away from him.

cizaDem xayior is planning a
trip to Europe. Her guiue wil be
Arthur Loew Jr., who just a year
ago performed tne same- duty tor
beauiixui Joan lojlins. .uiusa
tosteito ana other performers
scneouied to appear with her at

Uie bepi. 5 reoptfiung o. aen mhk-

suc s iown anu Country received

suduen canoetlatioii uouCes, auu

uie uattn uomusneli s managers

intend to sue. .A tender rumor

hi ouckiMUitam faiace cu-cies nas

it tnat i'cter xowngeud s dirthoay

pvcitiiit to i-riucess margaret va

a rare edition ot ShaKespeare s
"Romto auu Juliet '. .v alter
Cniari is now actively entereu m
tne tray resuttina irona Ava tiara-

irtr's tivahk interest in her lead

ins man, iouy xranciosa. Walter

nas been estaolishea as Ava's xa-

vorite tor a matter ox years 'and
tenus to become lrntauie U her
aitXHulton tor another man lasts

tor more man a tew days. .n.e
Judy uarlanu-Atan King snow due
in Chicago early next month is
a "not tiLKet." utaKing tne specu speculators
lators speculators very nappy. .The nawe
stories coiivlnceu aherman Billing
stey that he raaae ho grave ex-

ror wnen he barfed F. Peter Cros Crosby
by Crosby from the stom Club. Crosoy
made such a- scene trying to get
past the gold ciiain tne manage

ment caiiea the police and he
was carried out.
Despite denials, the Begum Aga
Khan hag a secret new romance,
currently with her on the time time-ra.
ra. time-ra. He s rated as an extremely

wealtny Italian. .Actor Frank
Conroy and his wife are expect expected
ed expected to make lively divorce head'
lines in the near iuture. .Roma .Romano
no .Romano Mussolini, Jazz-playing son of
the Italian dictator, nas pop-jut
the question to Sophia Loren's sis sister,
ter, sister, Maria Scicolone.
The Ginger -Rogers-Paul Schnei Schneider
der Schneider romance seems to be gaining
momentum". The young doctor flew
to the West Coast to have a round
of dates with her. .New York

hotels have been suffering more
than their share of troubles re recently.
cently. recently. One swank hostelry fired
its bell captain, night manager
and an auditor for being invoiv
ed in the robbery of a guest's
jewels. It turned out all three
had felony records.
Phyllis Kirk is Mort Sahl's fa favorite
vorite favorite hospital visitor. . .Steve
Allen has switched record compa companiesfrom
niesfrom companiesfrom Coral to Dot. .Suzy
Parker telephoned one of her fa favorite
vorite favorite photographers and asked if
he'd take some test shots of ber
so she could "loosen up" for sched scheduled
uled scheduled modeling dates. She said
she still feels stiff as a result of
her Florida auto crash.
Gotham's famed Barberry Toon,
decorated by Norman Bel Gedriec
two decades ago, will be reopen reopened
ed reopened Sept. 8 with the same low low-key
key low-key lighting and pin spots. But
the management will try to re revive
vive revive backgammon and pinochle,

MO DIAPER RAW d

Mexana

Mtxtnt prevehted'diipef rash In ever
13 of hospital esses tested t No ordl
awry powder, it's medicated, antiseptic,
hat absorbent cornstarch base. Clings
Hose, prevents httt rath, chafe, tea.
list afttr tvery change.
MEXANA
MEDICATED POWDER

Medicated Meuaa Skin Cream help heal

eetertmt Sends. Its (emit lanolin i

yy, perched sum.

Rise Stevens is dazzling the na natives
tives natives in Westhamtrton with a fa

bulous new necklace featuring 18
emeralds a present from Walter
Surovy to celebrate "noting in
particular". .Gregory Beck is
ecstatic. His first producing ven
ture "The Big Country" is break breaking
ing breaking records in six major cities
Morris Levy, boss of the Round Round-table
table Round-table has offered Mickey Rooney
a handsome Tee, plus his choirs
of sidemen, if he'd come in witk
acombo for just one week aftw
b4 finishes his film chores in Oc

tober.

Memp to Julie Newmar's beaux:
If you telephone her apartment

and a male voice answers, dont

worry. Julie sub-let her flat to .a .a-chap
chap .a-chap from Florida before she
went to Hollywood to rehearse
for the Charles Boyer-Claudete
Colbert show, "Marry-ao-Round."
(Beau tit fJipS
Drv or normal hair often calls

for a hair dressing to keep it

from looking dry and frizzy. The
best time to apply such a dress

ing is after your hair is dry and

has been brr"Hoi anf convert.
Apply only a little and be cer certain
tain certain the ends benefit from the
dressing.

Flattering eyebrows often e e-merge
merge e-merge when a woman merely
plucks stray hairs. These hairs

give a shaggy unkempt appear

ance. After plucking, apply eye eyebrow
brow eyebrow pencil by making tiny
stokes that look like actual hairs.
Thefe give the eyebrow a more na

tural look than a long continuous

. Teen-agers will find cleanli

ness is Uiprta cental to he"ny

skin and hair. Because of active

oil glands during adolescence,

they may be troubled with acne.

Frequent washings with a mild
leap help ofvnt tn'ecMo" vn-r
can be serious, and getting aa

extra hour's sleep each nlgM
contributes to better overall
health.

Rheumatism

JUL

'lietievertfii Diinf of RfieumhtfiiiL

Arthrltte, Neuritis, LumUfe, 8cl
attca, aliff muarlce mill ewollefc
.Indite make you miserable, get
ISOMlNn rioiu your dmifgmt at
once. HOMIND quickly brliike fan
tunic relief an you ran eleep, work
anil 11 v In romorl. Don't euKwr
needier ily. Get ROMIND today.

2

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER I, IfSI
Women Of Americas Urged To Learn
Sociai and Olh

erwi&e
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Use Of Newfound Political Rights

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QUEEN CROWNED Betty Deming, fht, WMiw the
tiara and trophy mrkin hir CwundM
Pictured, from left, are Cri HiBley Sltfl Ur
runners-up for the title, sad' Jee Laetinger, who made the
presentations.

ASKITBAU QUtIN
CROWNED AT CURUNDU
At a basketball dance at the
Curundu Teenage Club, Betty De Deming
ming Deming was named basketball queen
for 19JJ8. She and the runnersup,
Chris Hlnely, Laura Barnhart and
Genela Purature, all received tro

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niiips markina the honor. Music

for the evening's dancing .was
provided by Pablo Herrera.
The Curundu teenagers are; jus justifiably
tifiably justifiably proud of their basketball
team this sesson, since it is the
first yesr that Curundu has bin
represented in the Armed Forces
Basketball Tournament. i

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VS V V.;

Vacation Time Chit-Chat

By Fairlee Skinner

Saturday night was again a
"Lucho night" at the Fort Arha
dor o.ficers Open Mess and a gay
crowd was on hand to enjoy the
fun. Outside, a private "back to
school party" was given by our
three hosts, Fred Silt, Rlegge
Gooden, and Dick Gooden:
The guests assembled about 7 or
a little after and cocktails were
served while everyone stood
around and talked. About :30 a
delicious soa st beef dinner .was
served buffet style. The guests
PrKiETy:M.rl. Hsckett. Lin
da Drum, Jean Ford, Ethel Hi'l,
Peggy Donovan. Janet Stockham,
Sandra Levin, Rogsaria Gonzalez,
Mary Smith, Rose BrlcCno rtu
Carpenter, Madge Smith, Bttdgl

Vinton, Juay wnusay, vi'
Smith, Judy Hoops, Suztt Potter,
and Fairlee Skinner.
Also, Dick. Grassau, Jim Les
londes, Fred Sill, Dick Wru u,
Chris Hearon, Dick Gooden, Brack
Hatler, Jim Wats e n, Rag-e
Cooden, Tom Ford, Fred Ray Ray-bourne,
bourne, Ray-bourne, Eddie Henrique.
Bob Strumpf, Larry Cox
Mike Witkin, John Smitn; FraiiK
Lerchen, Gunner Shulle, Sandy
Hinkle, and Chipi Aicarraga.
On to mpre 'news, Gajfy Lsa'Z
is an apprentice armature winner
with the Pan Canal Co. 1JJL? 1JJL?-pazian
pazian 1JJL?-pazian is attending Junior College
here and will major in com commercial
mercial commercial subjects. She wtll be a
freshman and recently graduateu
from Balboa High School.
It really seems like good ole
to have duite a few

students treading its halU tjus
year, Madge Smith will also enter
there this week and she plans to
major in inter-American affairs.
Florence Beuchman will go there
and she will major in commer commercial
cial commercial as Lucy will also.
William Fullman is le al al-tondlm
tondlm al-tondlm J. C this yeer e4 will
take p entrtterinf. He heww
to become an apprentice with
the Pan Canal's IBM machine
accounting Mnit. D U r 1 1 the
lummtr William worked on
boats. Ho has his own tf,n-foo
inotorboat and says that It will
do until he can get a bigger and
better one.
Someone asked me the other
day if I knew what happened to
r.A TTnij Tom McKeown. Jiri

Treadway, and Louis Barnier arid
now I have my. answer. They all
joined the Navy together, will. no
in for four years, and are doing
their boot camp training at Grew
Lakes, 111.
' Bernice Beti-Mykland left last
week for Colorado where she f
attending college. Bernice will b
a freshman there this month. It's
going to be pretty lonely down

here for you now, isn't it Seotly"?

quite a few students on it. Anywav

it is rumored that this ship mm
be quite a lot of ftm even though

v e mignt noi gei a iui m rew.

ha! ha!. Those students samng

aboard are.

Pat Adams, Charles Bath, He'.ene
Bishop, Jeanne Chamber, Stuart
Cleromona, Terry Corrigan, Den
nia Corrigan, Ray Croft, George
Daniels, Joan Degenar, Paggy
Donovan, Chuck Douglas, Dave
EUis Judy-Enfielke.rlaador Eoj,.
tein, Octavio Fabrega, and Dor
man Fulton.
Also Maria Hackett, Billie Hat Hat-chett,
chett, Hat-chett, Frank Hall. Chris Hebron.
Ed Henriquez, Charloote H;rr.
Norma Jenks. Nita Jones, toar
garet Leigh, Jimmy McKenown. B
lie McKeown, Pete-- M.ck, HHs

Machiro, Pat Maedt, M e 1 1 n a a

Marshall. RoJer M 1 1 1 1 on, aim

Carol Newhard.

Carol Peranti, Pauline Plncir.

Jo-Ann Potter, Joe Pustis, Lee

Rigbv. .Tu-iv B'' yselr. Bi..

Sorrell. Paula Sullivan, Janet

Stochman. Own Souther'sui,

J met Tribe, Miguel Valdei, Janet

Vinton, Jim Watson, HOb Will
rnd Jo, Wood. And whew! Thats
it.

Here is another hand from

II .villi's new oooK. von

win the opening aiamona ieaa
with the queen and note that you
have eained a trick on the lead,

You also note that you have nine
tricks i, you lose to the queen of
SDades and 10 if you are able to

pick it up.

In rubber bridge you relax ana

take your nice comior.aDie game

but in duplicate you worry about

the overtrick and about otner ae

c(arers, it becomes apparent Wat

some declarers wiu oe, piaying

to ruff a heart in dummy and fi finesse
nesse finesse against the queen of spades

in the East hand..

With a diamond opening and sue-

csess in me trump suit a spaao
declarer will make five oda and
beat anything you, can make at
no-trump. Without s diamond
opening he .will (make only three
or four odd, depending on the
spades.
Marshall points out that the best
notrump play is to lead a spade
to the king and finesse against

Fast. If East holds th queen ot

spades you will beat all spade de declarers
clarers declarers who did not ge a diamond

opening, and will at least tie an

no-trump declarers. 11 it wrong

you will Mill heat all soee rV

clsrers who did not get a diamond

lead, and won't come out badly
against other no-trumpers.

"DADDY, WILL YOU CUT MY MEAT?," asks little Billy, 8, of his father, Col. Ralph A. Jones,
Jr (next left) at the most recent fellowship saoper held at the Fort Kobbe Chapel Actlvitiea
Center last Sunday. Another record turnout of soldiers and families of Kobbe mingltd at the
covered hish affair. Seated at this table are (left to right): Mrs. and Maj. Ralph E. Carpen Carpenter
ter Carpenter and Mrs Jones. Later in the evening. Cwoenter, an accomplished accordionist, joined
with Chaplain (lat Lt.) William D. Froeschner playing the guitar to lead the group in signing
old favorites. Billy's Daddy commands the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infantry, to which Carpen Carpenter
ter Carpenter also belongs.

WASHINGTON, D. C. (PAU)

The principal task facing the

women of the Americas today,
bow that they have acquired vir virtually
tually virtually all political rights with men,
is to learn how to use these rights
Mrs. Graciela Quan, chairman of
tht In'er-American Commission of
Women of the Organization of A A-merican
merican A-merican States, believes.
Mrs. Quan, a Guatemalan law lawyer
yer lawyer and educator as well as head
of the women's agency of the
OAS, bases her findings on a re

cently completed 13 nation tour of
Latin America in which she in interviewed
terviewed interviewed women of all walks of
life.
As a result of talks with hearts
of women's organization, student
groups and government officials,
Mrs. Quan said she was convinc convinced
ed convinced that the women of Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica have not ,r r
fully the responsibilities that go
with their newly-acquired civil aud
political rights.
"The mere possession of these

rights is not enough," Mrs. Quan

told a press conference on hr

reurn from Latin America. "It
is how these rights are used that

is important. Instead of working
far women, I find we should be
working with women."
An objective of her latin A A-merican
merican A-merican four was to interest wom women's
en's women's groups in establishing nation national
al national cooperating committees to work
with the In'er-American Commis Commission
sion Commission of women to promote -the
economic and political equality gf

weir sex, Mrs. yuan saia.

She reported such comr

were newly established in

tina. Colombia, Guatemala,

ragua, reru ana Uruguay

her visit. National Cooper

rommit'ee's already existed in
Costa Rica, Chile, Ecuador," 31

oaivanor, Monauras, me Domini Dominican
can Dominican Republic and the Upited

Mb,

natOwae
rrwrees

Argpn-

"ee;-

Ttrring

ad'n?

MEETJJVfiS

Water Skier Grabs

Shark By Tail
Drags It Ashore

This s my last article and com

piete mv summe column on Va Va-citon.
citon. Va-citon. Time Chl-Cbat. A'ter all
vacation is over and most of us
leave Wednesday or sometime
next wtelt or so.

lach noHee far inclusion In thit
column should be tubinirUd in
vet-written farm and mailed ae
the box number listed daily in 'So 'Social
cial 'Social and Otherwise," at delivarad
bv hand to the ottice. Metises ot
meetings cannot bo accepted by
ralephono.

Elks Meeting Temmerrew

r .p.o. Elks 1542 win nave i"

first meeting of September

Wednesday evening at 7:30. A
nval officer will address the
rjtoup on the subject of sespower.
Preceding the evening meeting
will be an officers' meeting st

4:80. Refreshments wil be served
at the conclusion of the business

meeting.
Knights of Colurnbue
Knights of Columbus, Council
1371, Balboa, will have a first de degree
gree degree initiation this evening. The
honor will be conferred on 25 men
and about 50 full-fledged Knights
are expected to attend.

ing" it by hauling it backwards

! through the water.

Thompson said the fish diet
when he pulled it ashore.
If was the second incident dur during
ing during the weekend of a shark
caught barehanded.

SAN DIEGO (UPI) A water
skier grabbed a six-foot lammer-i

head shark by the tail at the en-! At a Monterrey, (Calif..) Beach
trance of San Diego Bay Sunday Saturday, Mrs. Mayme Maccira
and dragged the fish to snore. chased her two young children out
' of the surf i when she spotted a

David thompson, 21, said he seven-foot shark and then grabbed

snagged the snark while sgilin" in
his motorboat, lashed a line

around its tall and tried "drown-'death.

the fish by the tail and hauled it

o shore where she beat it to

Q The bidding has bean;
North Rest Sevth West
Pass S A "Pkaa Pass
Double Pass ?
" Youi Sscnith, mm
4A3S eKtlf mi AJ4
What do you do?
A Bid few hert, Tear part partner
ner partner Is able to deeblo for takeout
In spite of having passed orig originally.
inally. originally. He must hav a strong
distributional band with at lout
tour hearti.
TODAY'S QUESTION
Instead of doubling three
spades your partner has bid four
hearts. What do you do in this
case?

Answer Tomorrow

Chung Wan Kung See
Members of the Chinese Colony
are Invited this evening to a spe special
cial special meeting at the Chung Waa
Rung Soo at p.m. 8

X

I almost forgot:
Marge Rieman

csr one day 10

By the way.
Dona .mne and
whizzed bv in a

yelled at me to put their name In

thi paner, so here they're.
Thanks for reading!
Stevenson Meets
DeGauNe Today

Reservations for e Theatre
Guild's eight season opener.
'G'rls of Summer". are now
being taken by Mrs. M a r v
Emlaw. For reservations call Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4205 between 10:00 a.m. n!
7:00 p.m.
G'rls of Summer, bv N. Richard
Nash, will start Renle Morehouse
of Panama City: .Earl A'mmusf
who last appeared for the Thestre
Guild in their production of
"Tender Trao" and Edna Larts

who also will 1e remembered for

perdormance in the latter snoe.
pirected by Arthur Payne.
Girls of Summer will appear at

th- Theatre Guild Playroiise m

A neon from Sept. 8 through Sept
13.
. i i
Mrs. conflebury
Pfes In O'on;

Fr'nerol Tomorrow

Lowly Mule Gets
Racing Challenge
From Postman

BENSON, N.C. (JPI)-Wanted
a fast mule.
The mule Is "king" for a day
here each September n the oc occasion
casion occasion o' Benson's annual Mule
Day celebration. This year, the
lowly mule mt uphold his right
to claim such attention.
The challenger will be postman
Paul (Hardrock) Simpson of Bur Burlington,
lington, Burlington, the marathon walker-

runner. Simpson has challenged

any mule at the Mule Day cele celebration
bration celebration to a 30 mile race.
Simpson claims he can beat any
mule alive a -that distance.
If the mule dgy sponsors can
find the right anim'o' 'he race

will be run on Sept. IS from one

-end of Harnetl Count v to the

o her from Kenley to Benson, e
distance of 30 miles.
Simpson plans a warm-up for
the race by celebrating bis birth birthday
day birthday Tuesday In the usual fishion
running one mile for each vear
Of his life. Hardrock will be 54.

Stomal Ciub) MeetinoS

. Th Caribbean Stamp Club has

flanned a regular meeting for, this
vening at TtKMt the Tivoji Guest
House. Feature of the meeting
will bp a stamp auction, followed
by a trading session. The club wel welcomes
comes welcomes all stamp collectors on the
Isthmus and will lend assistance
to beginners, if desired. Meeting"
ar held the first and third Tues
days of each month.
r ;
SWAN ST RON MEETS POPE
CASTE L GANDOLFO. Itly

(UPI) Pope Pius XII Sunday re received
ceived received Monsignor Edward E.
Swsnstron, executive director of
the Roman Catholic Relief Serv Services
ices Services in the United States, in a spe special
cial special audience at the papal summer
residence.

CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. ELIZABETH JORGENSEN and Family
Wish to extend their sincere appreciation for the
many expressions of sympathy, cards, and contri contribution
bution contribution to the cancer fund, after the death of
JESSIE J. JORGENSEN

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CARRUGAN. the Swedish milk diet reduce while eating everything you want.

Scantleburj;, a
died yesterday
a.m. She wa:

Bob Kielhofer is also fioin.? to

J.C. this year and he will major in
engineering. He had quite afl in-1 Mr. Gertrude
teresting job this summer working I resident of Colon,
a atnrlent assistant, at MaiMen morning at 10:20

Dam for the Hydrographic Sectifi59 years of age.
tht1f.- tv4i (n.hH. k. She is survived by three daucht

part of her summer vieiting at the 1 f Pn, M"A u&
home of Mary Wichman In New iOibbs, Stella, Mrs perniCe H nds.
York. I'm sure most of you re. Pttrmo, Oliver, Mortimer, V bert

member Mary, as she waa with
us until the end of her junior year
at Balboa Hgh School: Anyway,
Mary and Joanie are planning to
meet the ship when it docks in
New York, SmilwiilHwp

See Gloriously
Smooth Skin
in 7 days
When you start using Cutipura
Soap and Oin tmen t- blackh ads,
Oily shine, exlernally caueed

implaa and raahea an
sliaved. Your nkin

looka aoft, clean, radiant

-In 7 day! Buy at
your favorila ttora.

Lae Up to 2 Peundt a Day
CARRUGAN milk is similar to cream and
fills your stomach completely, The flavor,

which is slightly sour and tizxy will
appeal even to those who dislike milk.
The effect of CARRUGAN diet can be
seen Immediately. For very day of CAR CARRUGAN
RUGAN CARRUGAN diet you will lose about two
oounds,
Danjerous Overweight
Overweight Is bad for your health, for
your heart and your other organs, as It
overworks jend agaa them before their
time. The CARRUGAN diet brings you

hack to your normal weight, eliminating
the danger of overweight.
A Natural Phenomenon
There Is a difference between reducing
and losing weight. Tha Swedish milk diet
will make you lot weight without the
use of drugs. CARRUGAN acts as a
natural' way and does not causa any dis disturbances.
turbances. disturbances. lat Whatever Yog Wish
Th .'ARRUGAN diet gives your tyody

rnB cuticura i

biological nutritional value. It also con contains
tains contains minerals and the essential vitamins
You alternate a day with normal food
intake with one of CARRUGAN diet in
order to avoid any danger of deficiency
or desnutrition.
The Joy of Life
CARRUGAN Increases your metabolism
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LEAGUE
G AB R H Pet.

By JOHN GRIFFIN
NE WYORK, Sept. 2 (UPI) Bob Buhl's sud sudden
den sudden and amazing return' to pitching stardom made
it more likely than ever today that the Milwaukee
Braves will be favored over the New York Yankees
in this year's World Series.

While the Yankees, who ful fullered
lered fullered their first "losing month"
ii. Casey Stengel's 10-year man managerial
agerial managerial reign during August,
stumbled into September still in
search of starting pitchers, Buhl
returned to action yesteraay ana
vuriiri a. nlmDressive 2-1 tri-
nh vr the rhicaeo Cubs in
th first, tame of a doubiehead-
wnhi an 18-eame winner two
straight seasons, had been oh
the shelf since May 13 with a
sore shoulder but he came "all
the way back" in one stunning
game.
After giving up a single run in
the first inning, he shut out the
Cubs the rest of the way. After
viplrilnir seven hits in the first
fnnr Inninirs. he doled out just
one In the last five. He fanned,
three batters and walked qnjy
one.
Buhl's victory, which adds
him to the long list of Brakes'
starting pitchers including Lew
Burdette, Warren Spahn, Carl Carlton
ton Carlton Willey.ind Joey Jay, made
unhappy reading lor Stengel,
who still is looking for some somebody
body somebody to back up Bob Turley, his
20-game wllWBWnijLonly de dependable
pendable dependable starter.
The Braves 9-3 second-game
loss to the Cubs, In which Bob
Rush was battered, didn't make
things any brighter for Stengel.
The Yankee skipper, after seeing
Bobby Shantz beaten by the Red
Sox, 4-2, in their opener, got a
4-2 win in the nightcap from
Duke Maas, who hardly figures
now as a series pitcher.
In the other holiday twin bills:
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League by sweeping Los Angeles,
8- 6 and then 6-5 In a 16-lnnlrrg
thriller; Pittsburgh dropped to
third by losing to Philadelphia,
9- 0, after winning the opener, 5 5-2;
2; 5-2; and Cincinnati beat St. Louis,
9-3 after loslne the opener, l-o.
After Ernie Banks singled
home the Cubs' only run off
Buhl, the Braves got their only
two runs in the fourth on four
singles and a walk. Then the
Cubs took the nightcap when
they blasted Rush out In a four
run third-inning to break a 2-2
tie and added a two-run homer
bv Walt Moryn for an 8-2 lead.
Sinks led the 11 -hit Cub attack
-with three singles.
Ted Bowsfield, Red Sox rookie
southpaw, beat the Yankees for
the third time in three weeks in
their opener, holding the stag gering
A.L. leaders to four hits.
Dick Gernert's two-run triple
paced his support. Maas, a Yan Yankee
kee Yankee "second line" hurter also
hurled a four-hitter in the night nightcap
cap nightcap but the Yanks, who had a
15-16 mark in August, needed
two unearned runs to win.
Willie Mays' five hits, includ including
ing including his 26th homer, led the Gi Giants
ants Giants .to their opening win. Mays
also homered in the nightcap,
but that was almost forgotten in
late-inning dramatics.
Bob Schmidt of the Giants
homered in the ninth to tie the
score at 4-4. After the Dodders
scored one in the 16th, Whitey
Lockman homered, to tie the
score at 5-5 and then Ray Ja Ja-blonski
blonski Ja-blonski scored all the way from
first with the winning run on
errors by Carl Furillo and John
Roseboro.
The pirates won thefr opener
behind Vern Law's six-hit pitch pitching
ing pitching but ran Into the "old" Curt
Simmons in the nightcap. The
southpaw yielded only four hits
an dfanned seven batters in
snapping the Pirates' home home-game
game home-game winning streak at 10
games.
Vinegar Bend Mizell gave four
hits and nine walks but still
pitched a shutout for the Cards
in their opener to snap the Red-
lees' six-game winning streak.
Then the Redlegs got hit again
with 16 hits, including four by
Smokey Burgess, to win the
nightcap behind reliever Alex
Kellner.
A three-run homer in the
opener by Minnie Miftoso and a
similar blow in the nightcap by
Vic Power sparked the Indians to
their sweep over Chicago, cutting
the Sox' second-place lead to
one game over Boston.
Herb Score relieved winner
Don Ferrarese In the ninth of
the opener, his first chore since
July 15, and committed two er errors'
rors' errors' to let in three runs.
A, five-run fifth inning carried
Al Cicotte to victory in the Ti Tigers'
gers' Tigers' opening game. Frank Boil Boiling
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slammed two homers in the
nightcap as Paul Foytack went
the route to win on a four-hitter.
Southpaws Jack Harshman,
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431 61 146 339
Ashburn, Phil. 127
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94 175 .37
99 171 .335
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Cerv, K.C. 117 430 78
Williams, Bos. 112 355 71
Goodman, Chi. 96 360 39
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Banks, Cubs 42
Thomas Pirates 3i
Mathews, Braves 29
Aaron, Braves 2?
Mays, Giants 27
Robinson, Redlegs 27
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Thomas, Pirates 104
H. Anderson, Phillies 84
Aaron, Braves 83
Mays, Giants 82
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox 110
Colavito, Indians 95
Sievers, Senators 95
Cerv, Athletics 86
Mantle, Yankees 83
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Purkey, Redlegs
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Spahn, Braves
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Hvde, Senators 3 .750
Delock, Red Sox 12 5 .706
McLish, Indians 14 6 .700
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TOO MUCH BAEZA Alucinado
yesterday's featured $1,000 Labor

ridden by Fernando Alvarez, la third. Ruben vasquez rode Double Dee. The triumph was
one of the six scored by the sensational Panamanian jockey yesterday. He won 15 of 34 races
run at the local oval over the weekend and established a new Isthmian record of 41 victories
in one month during August.

Alucinado Takes Labor Day

Handicap

More Than 200 Golfers
To Play In Mercurio
58 Isthmian Amateur

The openirlg shots of the 1958
Mercurio Isthmian Amateur Golf
Tournament will be shot this
coming Saturday, September 6
when some 200 local golfers tee tee-off
off tee-off at the Brazos Brook Golf and
Country Club in quest of the ti title
tle title young Sandy Hinkle copped
last year, but will be unable to
defend. Hinkle departs this week
for Mexico City where he will be
under the guidance of profes professional
sional professional Oswaldo DeVlcenzo.
This year's Amateur will be
made up of eight flights of golf golfers
ers golfers with the eight fields being
cut to 16 golfers each at the end
of the second day of play at the
Fort Davis Golf and Country
Club. The championship flight
and first flight will consist of
the golfers whose handicaps
range from 0 through 9. The sec
ond and third flights will be
handicappers from 10 through
14. Fourth and Fifth flight com competitors
petitors competitors will be those with hand handicaps
icaps handicaps ranging from 15 through
19. The sixth and seventh flights
will be for the dubbers" whose
handicaps are in excess of 19.
The prizes for this year's Mer
curio Amateur are now on dis
play at Mercurlo's on Central
Avenue In Panama City and will
be on display over the coming
week-end in the Balboa Com
missary.
Pairings for the first two days
of play will be made tomorrow
evening, Wednesday, after the
6:00 p.m. deadline set by the
tournament officials for an es
tablished starting time. Post en entries
tries entries will be accepted on Satur Saturday
day Saturday morning, at Brazos Brook
but all golfers intending to play
are urged to sign entry blanks by
6:00 p.m. tomorrow.
Defending champion Sandy
Hinkle will be unable to defend
his title that he won last year
after a last day man-to-man
fight with Jim Riley, but Riley,
the first three days leader, gets
in on the Panama Line boat this
Pro Football's
Gets Offer To
By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI)
Jimmy
Brown, pro football's "rookie
'J of
the year" with the Cleveland
Browns, had an open offer today
to turn to boxtng with the "very
bright" possibility of fighting for
the heavyweight championship of
the world "within three years.'
"I have advised Jimmy that I
would put him in a gym for six
months before he ever had a
bout," Syracuse promoter Norm
Rothschild revealed. "After that
we would bring him along slowty
and yet, within three years,' he is
such a remarkable athlete that 1
dm certain he would be fighting
for the title."
Brown, the six-foot, two-inch
22 pounder who won All-America
honors at Syracuse, is reluctant to
make the switch after his sensa
tional pro football debut as a
Cleveland fullback.
Could Make "fortune"
"But there is no question in my
mind," Rothschild insisted. "He is
one of the best built, most beauti
fully co-ordinated athletes I have
ever seen. Maybe he is too nice
but 1 believe the competitive part
of boxing would take care of that
angle. He could make a real for-
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crosses the finish a half-length ahead of Double Dee in
Day Handicap at the President Remon racetrack. Del Vecino

as Baeza
evening and Is expected to be in
shape by Saturday morning. Jim
must be considered the man to
beat in this year's Mercurio Am
ateur. and the man to give him
his stiffest oDDOsitlon will prob
ably be his bigger brother George
Riley. George has been taking
local golf courses apart lately
and never strays tod far away
from par on any of the local
courses. Give George one hot
round and they can give him the
winner s title.
The Rileys cannot be, consid
ered as sure bets, as Don Hause,
just last week, turned In a very
neat 66 on his home course of
Brazos. Reports have it that
Hause had a few bad breaks,
which prevented rum xrom turn
ing to Rjcourse record- And KM
rainy season at Brazos! t : A)
utners to De consiaerea in any
local medal play tournament are
Doctor Herbert Mitten, vinny
Lombroia, Jim Hinkle, Anibal
Galindo. Tony Jankus, Bill Le
Brun, Charley MacMurray, Ed
Wysocki, Woody Compton, Gene
Hicks, and Jaime de la Guaraia
Those are the boys that can be
expected to win. but there are
two dark horses from Summit
who have been giving both
George Riley and Tony Jankus a
run for their money, Frank Day
and Jack Smith. These two boys
have had plenty of experience in
tournament play, especially in
recent months at Summit, and
Day gave Jankus a golf lesson
last Sunday at Summit in win
ning 3 and 2.
Starting line -ups will be an
nounced In the Panama Ameri
can Friday ) evening and will; be
used both for the opening round
at Brazos Brook and the second
round on Sunday at Fort Davis.
Play moves over to the Panama
Golf and Country Club on Sat-
urday, September 13 and wind
ing up at Fort Amador on Sun
day, Sept. 14.
Rookie-Of-Year
Turn To Boxing
tune In a short time in boxing."
There is no denying Rothschild's
evaluation of Brown's musc'iltr
nniiinmont lla la lmunn nrwnrrU
at 22, to learn the fistic trade and
his measurements speak for then:
sevles when you consider that
Brown has an 18-inch neck, wears
a 36 sleeve and has a 32-mch
waist.
Athletically, Brown is a marveL
He received offers from both the
Braves and Yankees as a base
ball pitcher. At Syracuse he won
Jitters in football, lacrosse, track
and basketball, being so proticietu
at the latter that he was drafted
by the Syracuse Nas.
"1 didn't care too much for
baseball, though," Brown admits.
"Football was my favorite."
Best In Decade
Brown is regarded by most foci foci-ball
ball foci-ball men as the best young full
back to enter the rugged pro
league in more than a decade;
And his. love Of football, despite
its smaller payoff when compared
to the possible riches of the prire
ring, has been the deciding factor.
"But I don't see how he coul1
miss in boxing." says the grimly
hopeful Rothschild, one of boxing f
few gentlemanly operatives. I d
give a lot to see the Kid reany
hit the financial Jackpot.
It must be a difficult decision
for Brown to make. Particularly
when you see the way those pro
toothailers take their lumps. And,
even more, wnen you consider
how many guys with two left feet
are masquerading these days as
heavyweight challengers.

Cleans Up

The Sturl Ohiimiinon'c Alncira.
do' hpnefitterl from aaeut nrle
by crackerjack rider Braulio Bae Baeza
za Baeza and won thp Si nnn T.ahnr Dav
Handicap by a half-length over
secona iavorne uouDie uee yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon at the President
nemon, ra ce tra t K
Alucinado Wax Hi miirti.lt
choice and returner! $.1 n nor win
ducat. Double Dee, which lost
oniy arter battling for the lead
all the Sicabu was fourth, Picu
do fifth, Colleen's Wish sixth, Da Da-gon,
gon, Da-gon, Seventh, Clarucha eighth and
joioen iora ii last.
Baeza was the big attraction
of the holiday program. The
hard-riding lad pushed home sli
winners to Wind up another
brilliant weekend of honest per performances.
formances. performances. He probably set a
record with hi 15 victories for
tho three days.
"Saturday Baeza wnn fivo -ran.
es, Sunday hp booted home four
emu esieraay was at his best in
winning six. His most WiHiiin..
win was a nose triumphi in the
sixth race aboard weak-hearted
Matriculado. lit this one, Baeza
took Matriculado far off the pace
after getting off on top, called on
his mount, entering the home
stretch and barely got him over
L
uie nnisn nne a scant nostril in
tront of newcomer Caracoles and
veteran Nogalino.i
Ruben Vasnner mlin rl Hm,
We Dee in the Labor Day Handi
cap, was again uie loser aboard
Caracoles while Chilean WIcav In.
I e Ulloa was No-?a1inn rirlrir'
contrasting with Baeza s great
penormances was tne poor rid
ing o slumping Heiiodoro Gusti Gusti-oes
oes Gusti-oes who was a pathetic picture
after losine with Informal a
horse considered so superior to
Uie opposition that he was ex excluded
cluded excluded from the betting. Gustines
iaiiea to win a race in seven
tries.
, Bacancito was the winner of
the secondary attraction over In
formal while Golazn lert thai un
setters with a $22.60 payoff in the
second race.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Now Then $10.60, $4.40
2 Deungalope $11.
SECOND RACE
1 Golazo $22.60, $4.80
2 English Wonder $2.80
First Double: $371.20
THIRD RACE 1
1 i Silverio (excluded from bet
ting)
2 Black Bee 4.20, $2.60
3 Bugaba $2.80 1 y
One-Two: $11.
FOURTH RACE
1 Colmado 2.60, 2.20
2 Lucky Test $2.40
Quiniela 6.80
FIFTH RACE
1 Renata 6.00. 3.60
2 Porro $5.20
SIXTH RACE
1 Matriculado $6., $3.20
8,'V- Caracoles $3.20
SEVENTH RACE
Al Justo $16., $9.M
Surumeno $7.
Scond Double: $89.
EIGHTH RACE
Aberargie $5.40, $3.20
Mar Bravo $4.20
Quinila: $10.20
NINTH RACE
1 Alucinado. $3.80, $3.20
2 Double Dee $3.40
One Two: $10.40
TENTH RACE
1 Bacancito $11., $3.
2 Informal (excluded from bet
ting)
3 Quickie $2.20
ELEVENTH RACE
1 BucalemitO $4.60, $2.80
3 Distante $2.60
TWELFTH RACI
I Jabaiine (excluded from bet betting)
ting) betting) t Ciria $5.40, $5.
S Cermclita $4.40
4
MOST LIKELY
CINCINNATI (NEA) -Clncinna
ti chooses Jim G'Toole as ihe
young pitcher o its farm most
likely to succeed. Tho voting left
hander has s "fynridw 'wMhltig
decora wnn nasnviue.

BMUsK BJEfitJEfififijl

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams W L Pet.
Milwaukee . 78 54 .591
8. Francisco .70 61 .534
Pittsburgh . 69 62 .527
Cincinnati .65 68 .489
St. Louis ... 62 68 .477
Los Angeles 61 69 .469
Chicago ... 61 72 .459
Philadelphia 58 70 .453
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Detroit at Kansas fiitv
Baltimore at Washington
Boston at New York (N)
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(N)
(First Game)
Chicago 100 000 0001 8 1
Milwaukee 000 001 Olx 2 9 1
Anderson, Henry (8) and S.
Taylor; Buhl (5-2) and Rice.
LP: Anderson (1-1).
(Second Game)
Chicago 024 020 001 9 11 2
Milwaukee1 020 0W 000 3 7 3
Hobble, Elston (R) and Nee Nee-man;
man; Nee-man; Rush, Plzarro (3), Robin Robinson
son Robinson (7) and Crandall. WP: Hob Hobble
ble Hobble (10-6; U: Rtuh'W-6). HRr
Moryn (22).
(First Game)
Philadelphia 000 GOO 002 2 6 2
Pittsburgh 100 03 lta 5 10 1
Sanford, Erickson (8) and Sa Sa-watski;
watski; Sa-watski; Law (11-11) and Hall.
LP: sanford (8-12). HR: H. An Anderson
derson Anderson (19).
(Second Game)
Philadelphia 003 030 0129 15 0
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 4 1
Simmons (7-13) and Lopata;
Gross (7), Smith (9) and Foiles.
LP: Porterfield (2-6).
" (First Game)
Cincinnati 000 000,0000 4 2
St. Louis OlOOOO OOx-l 4 0
Nuxhall (11-10) and Bailey;
Mizell (9-10) and Greet).
s (Second Game) ;
Cincinnati 004 030 2009 1 1
St. Louis 300 000 0003 7 1
Lawrence, Kellner (1) and
Burgess; Btosnan, Wight (3),
Paine (5), Stdbbs (6), Chittum
(8) ahd" Lanarlfch. WP Kellner
(5-3). LP: BroShan (9-8). HR:
Robinson (27).
(First Game)
LOs 'Angeles 200 010 021 6 10 0
S. Francisco 202 0OO31x 8 ESj 1
Labine, Klippstein (5) Erskine
(7), Birrer (8) and Roseboro;
Jones, worthingtoh (6) and
Schmidt. WP: Jones (2-0). LP:
L'abine (6-5). HR: Mays (26),
FUrilfO (15), Roseboro (11)
(Second Game, 16 Innings)
Los Angeles
000 002 200 000 0001-1-5 13 2
Sail Francisco
002 002 000 000 000 2 II 2
Kipp, Klippstein (9), Podres
(14) and Pignatano, Roseboro
(13) ; Antonelll, Grlssom (7),
Johnson (9), Gl (ID, McCor
mlck (15) and Schmidt. WP: Mc
Cormlcfc (117). LP: podres (12
11). HR: Bilko (11), Mays (27),
scnimat (14), Lockman (2).
d
CHICAGO (UPI)-Clem clipped
wo fifths of a second off the
Arlington Park i track record sri
by Equipoise 26 years go to win
the $139,650 Washington Park
Handicap handily yesterday.
Clem," carrying 110 pounds, was
a 9 to l choice in the field of nine
and Round Table. Swoon's Son,
Bardstown and Nadir all were bet
more heavily by the crowd of 38.-
-8. Clem was timed at 1:34,
compared with Equipoise's 1:34 2-5
set June SO, 1932. His time failed!
to set a new record for the stake
however, since Swaps won in 1956
in 1:33 2-5, setting a track recoi J
at Washington Park.
Clem paid $21.80, $8.40 and $5 00
and added the winner s purse of
94,175 to his earnings, to increase
bis bank roll to $392,647,
Round Table, carrying top
weight of 131 pounds with Swoon's
son, came fast in the stretch o
take second. over Nadir, the only
3-year-old in the race, in a photo.
Round Table earned $25,000 for his
finish and increased his lifetime
earnings to $1,240,114 heaving him
only $48.ooo behind the all time
leader, Nashua. Round T a b 1 e,
owned by Travis M. Kerr, was
ridden by the nation's leading
jockey, Willie Shoemaker, and
went as the 2-to-l co-favorite with
Bardstown. owned by Calumet
Farms and ridden by Ismael Val-
enzuela. with 122 uounds.
Clem broke on the second Dost
position under jockey John Sellers
ano was a tactor au tne way. wnn
a half a mile to go, he moved in
front of the pack and stood off a
bejef threat by qNadlr in he
stretch to triumph by I 14
lengths. Bardstown never was in

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams w i p..t nm

New York . 1 51 .614
Chicago ... 69 62 527 11 y.
Boston .... 67 62 .519 12
Baltimore . 64 65 .496 15 Vi
Detroit .... 63 66 .488 lag
Cleveland . 64 g .485 17
Kansa City 59 71 .454 21
Washington 54 76 .415 28
TODAY'S GAMES
S. Francisco at Los Angeles (N)
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
(Only games scheduled)
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
. (First Game)
Baltimore 100 010 0002 4 0
Washington 000 000 000 0 4 3
: Harshman (ll-ll) and Gins Gins-bersr:
bersr: Gins-bersr: Pasmiai uvAm i -j
Fitzgprald. LP: Pascual (7-afKa
(Second Game)
Baltimore 102 030 040 Iff 13 '' 0
Wash. 100 000 000 1 11 0
O'Dell (13-10) and TrianMMi
Constable, Kemmerelr (3) Ro Ro-monosky
monosky Ro-monosky (8); Griggs (7). Alba Alba-neso
neso Alba-neso (9) and Fitzgerald. LP"
Constable (0-2). HR: Williams
inanaos izei.
(First Game)
Detroit 200 030 0007 8 0
Kansas City 000 111 0014 11 2
Ciootte, Hoeft (9) and Lau;
Davis, Craddock (5), Daley (8L
Tomanek (8) and Chiti. WP: Cic Cic-cotte
cotte Cic-cotte (3-3). LP: Davis (0-.4) ,
Detroit 100 121 0005 8ft
Kansas City 000 100 000 4 1
Foytack (11-11) and Wilson;
TTrhart: rolotr e aam. A) MMa
1 ""vj ui iti a ) ai ill
House. LP: Urban- (8-10). HR:
BOlling (11 and 12), Groth (2).
(First Game)
Cleveland 303 000000 6 7 2
Chicago 020 000 0035 7 2
Ferrarese, Score (9) and
Brown; Pierce, Latman (3),
Quakers (8) and Lollar. HR: Mi Mi-noso
noso Mi-noso (21).
(Second Game)
Cleveland 013 201 0007 12 3
Chicago tWO 100 000 1 8 1
Bell (B R) and Nbtorl; Shaw,
Wilson (3), Qualters (5), Staley
(8) and Lollar. LP: Shaidr (5-4).
HR: Power (12).
(First Game)
Boston 000 01201&-4 9 t
New York OJ.0 000 010 2 4 0
Bowsfield (3-0) and White;
Shantz (7-4) and Howard.
(Second Game)
Boston 200 000 000 2 4 1
New York 201,010 00x-r-4 4 1
Deldclc (12-5) and Daley; Maas
(8 8) and Berra.
Canadian Motorboaf
Driver Killed In Spill
HUNTSVILLE. Ont. (UPIW-
Commodore Robert Finlayson of
the Canadian Boatine Federation
today cancelled the 1S58 Duk" of
York Trophv races after Bill Bra Bra-den,
den, Bra-den, 50, Waterdown. Ont., wa
killed ift a spill on stormy Vry
Lake. '
Braden, driving Aerial Fifth, ap apparent!
parent! apparent! struck a rock on the far
end of the two-mile triangu'ar
course. His .226 class hydroplane
sunk immediately ano" Braden was
run down by Sir Ron Second,
in i veil uy tiuscpn. iwawp hp-
born, Mich. ''
SETS FREESTYLE RECORD
BUDAPEST (UPI) Paolo Pue Pue-ci,
ci, Pue-ci, 19-year-old Italian, set a Euro
pean record or the lo-mter
freestyle when he was.ciocKea in
56.1 seconds Sunday whilc compet competing
ing competing in the European swimming
championships.
contention after the first half mile
but Nadir challenged to the finish
when Round Table came up. Ki -dir,
owned by Claiborne Farm?,
carried 114 pounds and was ridden
by Manuel Ycaza
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P4GE SEVEN

THE rSMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILI NEWSPAPEK
Lil JUlnER ?. 1958
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Summary

Saturday
CHICAGO Favored Restless
Wind outraced Winsome Winnsr i.'
the stretch to capture the $164 725
Washington Futurity.

FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (NEA
The i up position was that all
the good tennis players are play playing
ing playing for money.
"Totally un'rue," says the old
pro at the historic West Side Ten Tennis
nis Tennis Club. "Mai Anderson could
move right along wi h any of them
including Pancbo Gonzales."

A poll of the players reveals

rPT iinF Aralia Oarv toe 23-year-oli Anders..
ADELAIDE, Australia K e ., ., rattie rai

SCENIC BEAUTY How many strokes are YOU taking, to Met from trap to green this
summer? If you're having troubles, take a took at Arnold Palmer's sure-way-out style. A man
eeuld do worse than copy it He's the leading professional money winner,'

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a By CHESTER L. SMITH

JOE WILLIAMS

Plaver of South Africa shot a

course record 25-under-par 271 to
win the Australian Open golf
championship on the Kooyonga
links.
-
BONNEVILLE SALT FLATS,
Utah Mickey Thompson of E
Monte, Calif., set a recorckof
866 miles per' hour in his Class V
streamliner at the Bonneville
speed trials.
Sunday
DEAUVILLE, France Chip
pendale won the 10-million franc
($23,816) Grand Prix de Deauvil!"

horse race.

FOREST HILLS, N. Y. -Chris

Crawford of Piedmont, Calif.

scored a major upset when he

ousted Barry MacKay M Dayton,

Ohio, 6-4, 3-8, 6-4, in the sec

ond round of tne u. s. amaieur

tennis championships.

DU QUOIN. 111. Rodger Ward

of Los Angeles won the V. S. Auto

Club's 100 mile national cnamp:on
. T t i i m 1.1

ship midget auio race wnn a un-

of l hour, 10 minutes and 18 11

seconds.

OSTEND, Belgium Hugh Wiley

of Towson, Md., ndmg Master

Williams, won the "Prix del vain
queurs" in the Ostend nternation-

al horse snow.

seldom read the financial

r In nnr column. rtrocriH"

an vfinnw. in unun. uuwa

AllllL M uVkVWHi W r-.-n;

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J ii all

n ip. n i f ii rr hi iii.i v.. .

One of our rather steady cus-

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&nawi afn nrf.

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.t Richard Elliott Jr., of Bar

ron's, a wWm biwUiess anl
i..nnini niriV a n n a rentlv

seekintc surcease. Is periodically

moved to explore Wit sporw

the gravity of his oonaltton tnai
he habitually addresses himself
- (tf in this

instance, the dismaying dearth

1)1 I''HJL VCi u.rw; v x j t v r--

pecs in the American teairue,

'"Tnere jU't ln a ny own j 1
the leane wb haa hart a really
V eon." 'n: Fitt writs

'nmiiy. if still thaen hv tne

(j.Une In h mtl. "As a
'- th Yankees lilt well but

have no sfot' hitter, cer cer-ta'ntv,
ta'ntv, cer-ta'ntv, nn one nf heroic stature.
"Fo vh)i rt .tpoked as
though Boston's Jackie M Jensen
w f"3'iw to to.ke charRe, but
fig nff and is now rim-
ri-. vi,vi te na"k, the Bob
Ttv. t" Pievf!, Rocky Colavl-

k-,'i vlt. V.!o 9cwer, We 11
1 tjji'? ellovs power hitters to
-"tibAt'i tu"m from such as

:'-1'tBFi':.Rl,V -fiooximan, Pete

-,r,n,0m tia v-Tve Kiienn, tne

-"ir-swlnc hUfrs." and, oe-

ntntHns; on what you mean by

ve'ue. yau ran, as uuai. maxe
r'-r pom so't of rse for T"d
wiiuapis.. ihit on the whole,
tbrA ii"'t, a single, overwhelm-

in r, peotlvatiig force among the
AL bat. And what there is,

leave, little tochdoae. from.

PITTSBURGH (NEA) -Like ao

lhany of us. Danny Murtaugh tui

changed his nund about the Pi Pirates
rates Pirates mora 'thin once this year

It is refreshing to be able to

Say that each time ha revised

his estimate, it was upward. In

and, the way he's betn .March the Bucs were shooting

iur iiiw or-sixm pure, rney De

nevea me nrsi division

Banks,

going of late, Hank Aaron.
"As a group, the AL has noth nothing
ing nothing to match these four in power,
class and consistency. Power hit hitters
ters hitters senerallv ret the call in

these things, o tne nairon
must name one of the tour as its
most valuable. My pick is Banks,
though a sustained drive could
wta for Aaron, anil being on
championship team won't hurt
him."
Thinking it oyer, the puy-or-sell
expert decided against unre

servedlyspushlng Banks or Aaron

sin fnn'r.-m ss Bin eaEe iuvei.-

ments. For months the stock
market has stubbornly refused to
cooperate with informed oln-

ion, and an area of risk was aiso
involved here.
' Still you never can tell
"The people I do my best to hide
from these days are the very
ones who still seek m out to
pick stock for them."

Mr. Elliott's communication
makes it clear that while he re regards
gards regards all four as excellent secur securities
ities securities of long proved productivi productivity,
ty, productivity, nevertheless, in these times,
with the volatile and the de depressed
pressed depressed In constant conflict, cau

tion is imperative. Hence, if It

isn't Banks or Aaron, it will be
Musial or Mays, that is, if steel

remains, stable.

their unanimous choice to repeat
as the United S ates men's singles
champion in the in ernational tour tournament
nament tournament ending a 10-day run in the
Forest Hills horseshoe on Sept. 7.
The title hasn't been in this i
try's possession since 1955, when
Tony rauerf flot' 'ped !"' n
froni. Ken Rosewall, immediately
drafted by he professionals, re repelled
pelled repelled Lew Hoad in an All Austra Australian
lian Australian final in '56.
While America waits for anoth

er youngster like Don Budge or
Jack Kramer to come along, the

squad from Down Under has three
aces Anderson, Ashley Cooper

and Neale Fraser stacked against
the best, we can assemble at the
moment Ham Richardson, Barry
MacKay, Dick Savitt and 35-year-

old Vic Seixas.

Field & Stream

was out

of .range, ;;;

"K you're fifth and get a few
breaks there is always a change

w move up mm me money. That'i
what we'll try to do." said Mnr

taugh.

On opening day. Dangerous Dan

was chinning, with a group.

"Do you think thev will he sat

isfied with .500 ball?" he asked.

By they, of course, he meant the
fans. It was unanimously agreed
that .500 would be a reasonable
target. " ns v

"The way the league is ahapin

up mat wouw jump, you a notch

wi iwo m we sianainas, an

Bves-dropper speculated. Mar
tkugh said he thought so, too.

Tha real prephect on the bench

mat afternoon was Dick Groat
"We'll do better than that. Skip
per." the captain declared

Now we're getting alone toward

the run to the finish and nt

in the first division seims assur

eo and Murtauch has agreed to a
new contract for 1959.

The NL's Big Four
'ferVj i;m f "I V

on the Other hand, financial

unniitiir 0111nft ic Ah a tn V AW

wrm tl..ll I M. AtatlAM

ie jvivr" situntiiuii 111 wc nnbivu

"In one respect, the problem

several formidable candidates.

Stan Musial Willie Mays; Ernie

fiive It to a Pitcher

The world has suffered and
survived m&ny disaster A year
in which the American League
was not able to produce a player
worthy of MVP distinction mieht

mean the end. Fortunately Onr
nress ho counterpart in finance

Is not unmindful of the Appalling
threat., ... r-rs-i i'x&'kxes
"I have a hunch It might still
work out In some faintly logical
way. Since none of the hitter
rate, how about the pitchers?
The Yankees have two fine ones
In Bob Turlev and Whltey Ford,

but the drawback here is, l hat aa

competitors, they will spilt tne
v.'e. m
' "The solution Is to name Tur-

ley or Ford as thIVP. If It's
Turley, then give Ford the Cy

Yonns; trophy as the outstana

ing pitcher, or vice versa. It's a
messy slutation and perhaps the

best thing to do ts to xorget it it-Or
Or it-Or aive the thine to Ted Wil

liams and thus escape the annual
barrage of domicks. .and what
did West Kentucky Coal close at?

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TELEPHONES:
Criatobal 3-1545 Panama 3-12578 Balboa 2-1915

Only a comnlete collapse w'il
prevent his team from giving
Pittsburgh its best baseball year
in a decade, and the' Rnr

shape up as a team escaninf di

saster only because the gods are
on its side.
.Toe Brown didn't surnria an

body when he told Murtauch he

wanted him back, but the offiriat
word did please the great major majority.
ity. majority. They look on, the Irishman a a-a
a a-a substantial baseball man wh

chi virtues are natiehce and the

am my to keep his club happy.

DSnny cam. by his pa ti tne t
honestly. He was never a event

piayer himself, but a -competitive

cuss who made the most of d
modest talents. It taurrht him lot
to fret when he mherited a man

who needed development.

Since Murtaugh took over, the

Pirates have been a happv tesrt

with a pack. at, hustle. Knowim?

baseball Ish't" the. only quaKfia-

pon tor ueing a manager. Proh
ably there, isn't .a man -who took
over 4 bi league post who was
stupid baseball wise. The failures
are the ones who don't know hove
to handle men.
The Pirates can still do with a
deal of tinkering, but thev no
longer are the National Lea cue's
have-nots, and the next few years
should be extremely entertaining

RUSH SEASON
TnniSVtTXte rNFAV Hawaii

nlavs Kentucky at the State Fir

G rounds Stadium in Louisville,

Sept. 13. It is the Wildcats' earli
est opening football game en 61

years. ;

REDUCE WITH AN
ISSSNTIAL DIET
I have encountered many cases

where bitches were brad unsur-

eessiully when considerably over overweight,
weight, overweight, conceived and whelped

when their weight had bean sub sub-tantisliy
tantisliy sub-tantisliy reduced.
If therefore, you should have a
birth Which has not ben contrib

uting successfully to your breed

ing program, and she is over overweight,
weight, overweight, it would be worth wile to

try reducing to normal before writ

ing her off as a non-producer.

Care must be taken in cutting
iveichi to furnish all ele

ment! to an essential diet. It would
not be wise, for example, to re redact
dact redact calcium to the point where

the bitch might wind up w'th

eclampsia at whelping, or suffer
froni a vitamin' deficiency which

might contribute to some' skin dis disorder
order disorder or deficiency either in the
mother or the pups.
The best method of reducing Is
exercise not a sudden, drastic
increase that may do as much
harm to dog or trainer alike, but

a general increase in activitity
that will condition both the bitch

and the owner.
If the bitch is of a sporting
breed, shape her up for the hunt hunting
ing hunting season, and use her.
If not, she may, nevertheless, be
trainable for retrieving, swimming
or some Healthful exercise at
which she can kept busy for a
time without too much stress on
the owner's part.

THE FIGURES POINT TO an
other all-Kangeroo final belween
Anderson and his turdy teammate,

Cooper, whose defeat in straight
se's a year ago shocked the swi swivel.
vel. swivel. necked world. The lithe Am'r
son, 6 feet and 155 pounds, who
looks I he part of the nice looking
farmer he is, became the first un
seeded shotmaker ever to acquire
the crown. This was a mistake,
for he had won the Newport tour tournament
nament tournament just previously.
Cooper holds the Australian and
i Wimbledon grass court champion

ships, so you may ask why Ander
son was seeded first here.
Well, Anderson was the victim
of extenuating circumstances in
ho h bic numbers. At home, the
final set of his gemi -"' i
hard-hitting and suspended south southpaw,
paw, southpaw, Mervyn Rose had to be -postponed.
The next day he wo.i it.
19 17, after 36 games. Some

matches don t involve that v

games, but Anderson, the nervous
type who requires rest between
tournaments, had to turn right a
round and tackle Cooper.

AT WIMBLEDON, ANDERSON
was forced to default after tearing

lira merit s in his left ankle. He re

pulsed Cooper in two sectional to to-namentas
namentas to-namentas in Australia, more re

cently repelled him in straight

sets at Newport.
. Anderson is not as strong as tne

6 foot, 170-pound Cooper, dark and
handsome like Gregory Peck, but
he is vastly more versstile. Cool Cooler's
er's Cooler's game follows a pattern
whereas Anderson of the many
Shots and a fine hand with ihe
racket adjusts himself to situa situations.
tions. situations. Anderson perhaps is the slickest
all round amateur since Kramer,
certainly the most accomplished
in the world today. He rues to the
heights to a greater extent than
any other active simon-pure.
Fraser, the third Australian, is
a large southpaw with a terrific
service, who wins important'
matches but not tournament. He
has never won from Cooper in 12
outings.

Player Of The Day

EARLY WYNN
Early Wynn of th White Sox
never has had two losing seasons
ia a row since he began pitching
for a living 21 years ago, so V
doesn't particularly feel like start starting
ing starting now.
Wynn, who had a 14-17 record
with the Indians last year, notched
his 12th win of the season Sunday
by defeating the Tigers, 3-0.
He still needs to win two more
to get on the right side of the

ledger since he has lost 13 games
this year, but off Sunday's per

formance he appears a good bet
to do Jit.

wynn gave up ml7 lwO nits a
third-inning single by Johnny

Groth and another single by Har
vey Kuenn in the ninth. He walked
only two and struck out seven.

Some critics still feel the White

Sox gave up too much power to

get pitching last winter. Al Lope:

disagrees, especially inf Wyr.n's

ease. 1

"Without Wynn." Lopez says

'we wouldn't be in second place."

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ON THE WOMEN'S SIDE. Mrs.
Beverly Baker Fleitz, who has two
forehands swatting the ball with

both hands, is given some sort of

a chance against Althea Gibson.

the defending titleholder Th Be

verly Hals matron would be an
even stronger candidate had she
not had to take out so much time

with the kids.
Maria Esther Bueno of Brazil

has turned back Miss Gibson and

all the rest of our gals. Christine

Truman edged the Harlem paddle

stick graduate in the Wightman
Cup matches and her British team teammate,
mate, teammate, Ann Hoydon, is considered
even more formidable than the over-sized
youngster.
Oil up your neck and come on
out.

EVEN STEPHEN
ATLANTIC CITY (NEA) Round
Table and Gallant Man are ton ton-weighted
weighted ton-weighted under 130 pounds in the
$100,000 United Nations Handicap
on turf at the Atlantic City race
course on Sept. 13.

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Sports Briefs

MIAMI AN WINS RACE

NIW YORK (UPI) Tommy

Kllintt nf Miami. Fla.. won the

JS-lap feature midget car race at

the Polo Grounds Sunday bctorc
an estimated 5,000 fans.

MOB NY TAKES TITLE
POERTSCHACH, Austria (UPI)
Jaroslav Drobny of Eirypt won
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PHILLIPS Oceansida Cottefes
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nama 3-IS77 Cristobil 3-1673.
Baldwin i furnished apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Talephona
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Houses
FOR RENT: Furnished" two bed bedroom
room bedroom chalet, liring-diningroom,
porch, garage, street Santuario
Nacional No. 4, Campo Alegre.
Tel. 3-2795.
FOR RINT: Spaeioui and com comfortable
fortable comfortable chalet, street 94 San
France and 50th No. 31.
Three bedroomi. living-dining-room.
porch, kitchen and garage,
maid's room with service inde independent,
pendent, independent, for information, call
phone 2-2037. Can be aeon from
5 at 6 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern two itory
residence. 5 bedroomi. Hot wa water
ter water installation. Properly screen screened
ed screened San Francisco de la Caleti
9th. Street No. 39. $175.00.
Miguel Hive Tel. 3-4844.
3-1130.
FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
48th Street final, left hand No.
25, after Uruguay Street. Two
bedroom, living, dining room,
porch, etc. Tel 3-6887.
FOR RENT: Furnished house at
two blocks of Panama Hotel, two
bedroom, living, diningroom, kit kit-chn,
chn, kit-chn, garage, maid's room. Via
Espana final on side of Radio
Miramar, white house.
FOR RENT: Three bedroom
chalet, maid's room, garage, hot
water, fenced yard. Phone 3 3-4814
4814 3-4814 or 3-6835.
FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedroom-chalet, very reasonable.
Bella Vista, phono 2-3479.
Former PC Employe
George S. Potts
Dies In Baltimore
News of the death of George S.
Potts, "retired Canal employe, wa-s
received this weekend by mem
bers of his family here. Mr Po'is,
died Sunday in Baltimore, Ma., af af-,ter
,ter af-,ter a 'year's illness. He was 53
years old.
A native of Punxsulawney, Pa.,
Mr. Potts joined the Canal organi organization
zation organization in November 1940 as a
steam engineer with the Mechmi
cal Division. His service with, the
Mechanical Division was continu continuous:
ous: continuous: At the time of his retir;ment in
May 1950 he held the post ion of
a Leader Steam Engineer.
1 He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Evelyn Potts, anda son Joseph of
Baltimore, and by three siwers.
Two sisters, Mrs. Maxiie Dill Dill-man
man Dill-man and Mrs. Gladys Napoleon
live in Balboa. The third, Mrs.
Marie Echols, makes her home in
Savannah, Ga.
Navy Vehicles,
Ofher Machinery
Up For Bidding
More than 15 surveyed Navy vehi
eleJi and miscellaneous electric?.!
units will be sold by closed bid
tomorrow at the Rodman Nava!
Station.
The vehiclesinclude eleven, pick
up trucks, two fork lift trucks and
three tractors. Sewing machines,
laundry presses and generators are
among some f the other items
for isale.
Bids may be obtained from the
property disposal office, BIdg. 31.
Rodman.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Without making
a Big Investment
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Apartments

FOR RENT: One bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished apartment. Beautiful
residential section. Excellent
neighborhood. 43rd Street No.
13.
FOR RENT: Modern 2 bed bedroom
room bedroom apartment hot water sys system
tem system etc. at El Cangrejo. Further
particulars, call 3-4968 and
after hours, 3-6737, Panama.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, two bedrooms liv living,
ing, living, dining room, independent
services. San Francisco 1 6 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
FORRENT: Cool, screened fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, living, dining
room, bedroom, bath, kitchen,
balcony. Tel. 3-6921.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, bath, garage, $60.00.
Via Porras No. 60. Tel. 3-1798.
FOR RENT: Apartment Via
Pcrras No. 64 in fron Theatre
Eden, one bedroom, living, din dining
ing dining room, porch, etc. Telephone
3-6887.
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors, Via
Espana. Phone 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Two large bed bedrooms,
rooms, bedrooms, living room, kitchen and
bath, very modern. In new build building
ing building with large balcony on 4th
of July Avenue. Also large fur furnished
nished furnished apartment, two large living
rooms with kitchen and bath bet bet-wean,
wean, bet-wean, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, j-initor Powell at
Tl-132 4th of July Avenue or
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, completely furnished,
hot water, $100.00, utilities in included
cluded included $110.00. 3-3884.
FOR RENT: Available for 2 or
3 months, completely furnished
2 bedroom, two bathroom apart apartment
ment apartment on Campo Alegre. Call 3 3-7175
7175 3-7175 during eff ice hours or
3-1822 at night.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom fur furnished
nished furnished house. No. 30, 46th
Street. Phone 3-1805.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart apartment
ment apartment in Vista Hwrmosa with light
and gat. Phone 3-3589.
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Building. De luxe com commercial
mercial commercial and office building. Am Ample
ple Ample parking space. Night watch watchman.
man. watchman. Moderate rents. Balboa
Avenue, next to nuns school.
Ricardo A. Miro S. A. Tel.
2-3436.
FOR RENT: Commercial and
Industrial building over 3,500
aq. meters let across from Na National
tional National DestiJIers and Firestone
offices on Via Bolivar. Over
4000 sq. ft., of floor space
$450.00 per month. Available
October 1st 1958 Tel. I I-.
. I-. 1719.
Funeral Services
Held For Late
M. Lichetenbaum
Funeral survices for Manuel Lien
tenbaum, supervisory pharmacist
at Gorgas Hospital who died in
Gorgas Hospital Friday, were held
this morning at 8:30 o'clock in
the Gorgas Mortuary Chapel. In Interment
terment Interment followed at Corozal ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Mr. Lichtenbaum had beei with
the Canal organization since 1932
when he was made dispensary
assistant at Madden Dam. He
served at several other Canal
Zone dispensaries and had been
Supervisory Pharmacist since 1954.
He was born in Odessa, Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, was a naturalized United
States citizen and lived many
years in Philadelphia. He was 56
years old at the time of his death.
He is survived only by n sister
Mrs. Miriam Goldstein, of 10 Wal Walnut
nut Walnut St., Dover, N.J.
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records...
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.
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BARDO No. 26 "B" Street e MORRISON
FARMACIA LUX 164 central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DER-JIS 50 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre
Automobiles
FOR SALE: For leaving: Nash
48, 6 cylinders, 4 doors, excel excellent
lent excellent mechanical condition, radio
and tires, $225.00, telephone
3-3977 Panama from 2 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac Ca Ca-talina
talina Ca-talina hardtop, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, leather upholstery,' duty
paid. Can be financed. Phone
Panama 3-7063 or can be seen
Garage "Elias" Panama. Tel.
2-1995.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Special
convertible, new battery, brake
linings, $450 or best offer, army
inspected, good condition, duty
hours 85-2177 eff duty, Balboa
2-3641.
FOR SALE: Dodge 1955, good
condition, duty paid. Tel. 3 3-7186.
7186. 3-7186. $850.00.
FOR SALE: Opel 1955, duty
paid, .excellent condition. Tel.
3-7186 $750.00.
FOR SALE: 1958 Austin
Healey Roadster $2,650, call.
Rodman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
coupe $140. Call 2-1305 or
85-2252.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet conver convertible,
tible, convertible, new top $250.00. Largo
refrigerator $50.00. Coco Solo
36-490.
YOUB FEET HLRTT
trained Chirupudint will relieve
any fool troubie, corns, callous callous-see,
see, callous-see, Ingrown tee nails, toot mas massage,
sage, massage, etc.
Services "SCROLL'S"
Products
J. Arosememt Ave. 33-48
x Tel 3-2i7
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-H0-M0T0
(Mono-sodium Glutamate)
Available now Ml the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet1 Tip Jfcnd
. Toe Taught by:
DOROTHY CHASE
will be resumed In October.
Registration dates to be
announced, later.
August 15 to Sept. 15
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAI
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQUE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 3-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NEW!
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $24.00
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLY 2.S Lbs.
L St.,
Panama
Colon
Farewell Service
At Rio Abajo
A farewell service will be held
at the Colon Church of Christ in
Rio Abajcr tomorrow at 7:30 p.m.
for Mrs. Ethlyn Inaleton and her
daughter, Amalia Haywood.
Mrs. Ingleton is leaving Para
ma Sunday for Brdklyn, N.Y op
a missionary visit and to be pre present
sent present at the wedding of Miss Grace
Brown to her son, Edward Ingleton.

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Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Table silver, S
persons. General Electric radio.
Porcelain kitchen table. Large
metal table. Metal night table.
Metal single bed.. Walker far.
in-valid. Singer tewing machine.
Ancon Boulevard S358-C. From
4:00 p.m.
WANTED
WANTED: 3 bedroom-chalet
or apartment with furnished, all'
commodities. Write box 4277
Panama.
Scandinavian with perfect know knowledge
ledge knowledge of English. Spanish, Ger German
man German and French seeks employ employment
ment employment with importer, shipping
firm or travel agent, etc. Lang
experience in Import and export
business. Write to "SCANDI "SCANDINAVIAN"
NAVIAN" "SCANDINAVIAN" Apartado 134, Pa Panama.
nama. Panama. WANTED: Sales girls with
English knowledge, interview
personal at P. Jhangimal 18-68
Tivoli Ave.
Airliner Demolishes
Three London Houses
Leaving Seven Dead
LONDON, Sept. 2 (UPI)-An In
dependent Air Lines Viking airlin
er with three persons aboard
crashed into the densely ponu'at
ed London suburb or Southall this
morning.
Seven persons were killed In Including
cluding Including a mother and her ner ner-born
born ner-born baby, one other child and
the three members of the plane
Police on the spot first estimated
death toll at 15.
The crash demolished three
houses and severely damages
three others. Fir reared through
the wreckage, -fed by gasolm
from the crashed plane and sheets
of burning gas from broken
main. 1
Aa eyewitness said the Viking
hit a lamppost before crashing in
to me close-packed rows or nous,
es. Anotner man saw ne saw me
plane circling overhead just Be
fore the accident,
The pilot of the plane, Identlfiei
onlv as a caotain named Major,
aDDarentlv tried to crasn inc
Diane on a nearby sports field bul
ploughed into a row of houses In
stead. An evewltness said ne ap
parently made a desperate effort
to avoid the houses.
The Viking, flying from Londoti
to Nice, swept so low over one
row of houses that it clipped of
television aerials. It struck sever
al lamp posts and t6rees before
falling into Kelvin Gardens Road.
Talent Night
Set For Tonight
At 'W Lounge
The Salon "W" will present Its
regular Tuesday "Talent" show
tonight at 8:30.
Contestants of Panama and
Colon have registered for parti participation
cipation participation in the show in quest of
a $25 cash prize, awarded to best
entertainer as determined by the
audience.
Several new features have
been added to Salon W" with
wallv (Fineers) Chllcott, who
recently returned from- Guate
mala, is again back at the lounge
with his "original" combo.

First U.S. Jet Cargo flown by Pan American

First cargo ever flown aboard
a United States jet airliner
winged into Latin America Sat Saturday
urday Saturday (August 23) aboard a
Pan American Wrld Airways
707 Clipper.
A variety of freight ranging
from beef to bouquets was a a-board
board a-board the 57 5 -mlle-an-hour
sweot-wlng Clipper as it took
off from Miami. Florida, for a
two-hour flight to San Juan.
Puerto Rico. 1080 miles away.
The history-making inaugural
was a prelude to regular let
cargo and mall service which
will be operated by Pan Amer American
ican American in the coming weeks be between
tween between SAn Juan and New York.
No passengers will be carried.
Later this1 fall. Pan Ameri American
can American will inaugurate regular
transatlantic passenrer service
with -the first of Its coming
fleet of 44 1eti Clippers. The
fleet of let Clippers represents
an investment of 300 000,000.
Pn American Is the first
Tinlted State airline to nut the
let alr'iners Into service.
The inaugural flitrht brought
Teetln8 from Florida officii
to their counterparts is the

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Home Articles
FOR SALI: Hay ward Wahefield
3 sealer settle cotfe table and
lamps, amboo crystal and ether
items, leaving, must sell. House
1553-J. Balsa Street.
,'OR SALE? Furniture 0104
Cable Heights trom a.m.
Real Estate
FOR SALI : Lot on earner f 1. 1.-500
500 1.-500 mH. 2' in front to the
church ot Rie Aba jo. Pawn Shop
Stanxiola, 16 West. Phone 2-
1155.
FOR SALE: At Sabanas, "Club
X". Let of land, 26x43 square
meter with i houses contracted
on property. Enough space for
more construction. Write Libre Libre-ria
ria Libre-ria Preciado, Box 71, Panama.
Segregationist Wins
Post Of Premier
Of South Africa
CAPETOWN, Sou Africa, Sept
2 (UPI) Dr. Hendrik Verwoerti,
Minister of Native Affairs and a
disciple of total segregation, today
was elected Premier of South Atti Attica.
ca. Attica. He succeeds the late Premier
Johannes Strijdom who died Aug
24 of a heart and lung ailmen.
He, too, preached apartheid or
complete segregation of the races
The election was carried out bv
the nation's rulinc National Parfv
which controls Parliament, and
his approval by that body was a
certainty.
Verwoerd won out in a wire
way behind the-scenes battle for
leanersnip wun interior mims mims-er
er mims-er Theodore Donges and Justice
Minister Charles Swart.
The election was held, to decirta
whether the Union would pursue
its strict apartheid r: sdopt a
more conciliatory attitude to the
natives. Verwoerd was a tough
administrator of this policy under
Strijdom.
Disaster Averted
As Train Driver
Falls Uncoscious
LONDON (UPI) A crowded
subway tram thundered o-it of
control through one station and
part-way through another la si
night when the driver slumped un
conscious over the controls.
A guard prevented a disaster by
operating an emergency brnke.
Guard John Faskin, at hjs. post
lee, IK last .if -s aa 1 i 7at4 CA TI at tilR 0 I
was wrong when the tram wntf.
full speed through Soutn Kensing Kensington
ton Kensington station. Rather than stoo it in
the tunnel he let it continue to the
next Station. Four of its six cais
were through before it ?ame to
rest., ;v
Workers found motorman Her Herbert
bert Herbert Tiney, 57, slumped uncons
cious with a head injury. His body
was across the "dead man s nan
die" which stops the train when
it is released. 'i
A London transport: spokesman
said the train would have been
stopped by a trip-cock f it had
passed a signal at red. But there
was little traffic on the line be because
cause because of Sunday services and all
signals were green.
"It looks as though a disaster
was narrowly averted," an official
admitted..
SORAYA IN AUTO MISHAP
BADEN, Germany, Spt. 2
(UPI) Princess Soraya, former
queen of Iran, escaped unhurt in
a minor auto collision near this
resort city yesterday. v
V
commonwealth of Puerto'Rlfcp.
The let Clipper carried a
ceremonial bouauet from.Plor from.Plor-idas
idas from.Plor-idas Gov. and Mrs. Leroy Col Collins
lins Collins to Commbn wealth Gov.
Luis Mufioz Marin and Mrs.
Mu no.
Mayor Robert King High of
Miami sent flowers to his fel fellow
low fellow mayor. Dona Fellsa Rin Rin-e6n
e6n Rin-e6n de Gail tier of San Juan.
There was also a special inau inaugural
gural inaugural cake for presentation to
the San .Tuan mayoress.
Other items in the United
States' .first jet cargo carried
by Pan American were meats,
frocks from the Miami fashion
industry, window parts, flow flowers,
ers, flowers, furniture, pastries, cosme cosmetics
tics cosmetics and newspapers.
The flight time of approxim approximately
ately approximately two hours for tnev Pan
American let liner between Mia Miami
mi Miami and San Juan comoares
with a present scheduled flight
time of 3 hours and 45 mnutes
tor conventional piston- urine
airliners.
On the San Juan-New York
route, the PAA jet Clipper has
a scheduled flieht time of 3
hours. 25 minute. Present time
'far the flight i 8 hours. Advt

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jutin Aresemena Ave. and 33 St. m
AS" Via PORRAS 111 e NOVEDADKS
Rooms
FOR RENT: Fyrnishee" room,
first class, one person only, corn corner
er corner Juste Arosemena, flat Street
Ne.
FOR RENT: Modern construc construction
tion construction consisting ot large airy
rooms, SI 5.00 and $16.00 each.
Apply 283S, litis Street. Rie
Abajo.
Lesson
Learning languages is not easy,
but Mrs. Romero's Conversational
Method makes Spanish simple
and interest inc. Twenty ears'
experience with ovOr 5,000 pupils.
Beginners and advanced pupils.
Lessens mornings, a (tarn eon and
evenings. TRY IT! 4th of Inly
Ave. Tl-352 Ne, 10. In front
of Quarry Heights.
Learn Spanish with Mrs. Ro Romero's
mero's Romero's Conversational System,
beginners and advanced pupils.
Lessons: Mornings, afternoons
and evenings. 4th of July Ave Avenue
nue Avenue T 1-352, in front of Query
ry. Heights.
Retired Isthmian
Lloyd A. MacDonald
Dies In Montana
Lloyd A. MacDonald, retired Ca Canal
nal Canal employe, died suddenly Satur Saturday
day Saturday at his home in Poison, Mon Montana,
tana, Montana, according to word received
here during the weekend. He was
62 years old.
MacDonald retired in 1945 after
34 years service with the Canal
organization. He held the Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt Medal for two or more years
service during the construction pe period.
riod. period.
Born in Alpena, Michigan, he
came to the Canal Zone' when he
was still in his 'teens. During the
construction jferiold, he worked as
a seaman, as m talesman In the
commissaries, and as an oiler on
dredging equipment.
During later years, his service
was broken on several occasions
but most of it was with the Dredg-;
ir(g Division. At the time of his re-;
tirement in November 1945, he was
an operator on a dipper dredge.
He was married to Mrs. Dons
MacDonald, now Chief Dietician at
Gorgas Hospital.
Other survivors are a daughter'
MacDonald now Chief Dietician at
Mrs. Gayle Baldwin, who is livinsj
h Germany where her husband;
a lieutenant in the Air Force, is
now stationed, and a son, Charles
who is a student at Oklahoma'
State University.

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Cuba Dulls Thrust
Of Hurricane EHa
Now Bound For Gulf
MIAMI, Sept. 2 (UPD The
hurricane punch of tropica) storm
Ella was dulled on the mountains
of Cuba today and she rolled to toward
ward toward the open Gulf of Mexico with
winds down to 40 to 60 mihg an
hour, '"'if'
The storm left considerable dam
age but no known casualties in
Cuba.
An 11 a.m. advisory from the
Miami Weather Bureau' put E E-Ua's
Ua's E-Ua's position at a point 300 miles
south of Miami anu she was tnen
moving west-northwest at 16 miles
fan hour toward the open Gulf.
Chief Miami forecaster Gordon
Dunn said the storm would not
intensify much until it reaches o o-pen
pen o-pen water tonight or tomorrow
The once-powerful hurricane bat battered
tered battered the Sierra Maestra mount mountains
ains mountains near the provincial capital of
Ca maguey, Cuba, early loaay af after
ter after sideswiping Guantanamo.
The Miami Weather Bureau lo lowered
wered lowered gale warnings on both south southern
ern southern Florida coasts and changed
them to small craft warnings. Dunn
said 25 mph winds might occur
in occasional passing squalls.
We may have to put gala warn warnings
ings warnings back up again tomorrow from
Naples south to Key West on the
lower Florida west cot," Dunn
added. t --
' The Weather Bureau urged
tinned precautions in extreme
south Florida and extrema south southern
ern southern .Bahamas and Cuba for the
next 24 to 36 hours. Small craft
should stay in sheltered waters.
Britons Teeter
On Seesaw Poser;
To Bump Or Not
WICKHAM. England (UPI)-
The town council was locked in
an official argument today over
whether see saws should have
shock ehsorbers.
Councillor Frank Bald started
the argument when he learned
the council was going to buy see seesaws
saws seesaws with shock absorbers.
"Half tbe fun of a see-saw is
in the bump," Bald said. The
council agreed to ask for manu manufacturers'
facturers' manufacturers' estimates for see-saws
with and withbut bumps.

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ProtoSd" your homo tnti preps p
ty against insect deal ago.
Prompt scientific treatment en
emergency ot
basic. Telephone Pronto Setwlee.
Panama 3-7977 or Colon 17771
T.Y., radio. Hi-Pi, transmitter
repairs. Call William Shirley.
Phono Panama 2-5111. f
PJRSONALS
Mrs. Mijnon lenthe Granth: Yaur
visit accounting department CA5A
ADMIRABLE will be appreciate,
Dag Hammarskjold
Returning To Cairo
To Consult Nasser
GENEVA, Sept. 2 (UPI) Unsl
ed Nations Secretary General Dem
Hammarskjold flew back towaiK
Cairo today in. a new attempt
brine peace to the unsettled Mil
die East.
xne u.n. cmef, wno nai mief
rupted his middle eastern tot!
j i .. M
mes of the second mternahoni
conference on the peaceful uses .f
atomic energy, was expected 1
consult with United Arab Repr' A
President Gamal Abdel Nr ,f
soon after arrival. He is dm i
Cairo tomorrow. t
Hammarskjold flew into G v
va Saturday night from Ja
and Itaiy where he hid spe "V
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Little Rock School Board Ignores

Manner

Faubus,

Delays Central High Opening Till Sept. 15
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 2 (UPI) The Little Rock school board handed Gov. Orval Faubus a setback to today
day today aid gave this city a two-week "breather" in its Negro integration crisis at Central High School.
. ; The board voted five to one last night to delay Central's opening until Sept 15 lest it jeopardize its plea to
the U.S. Sunreme Court to hold ud inteeration here until 1961.

The action passed to Virginia the first test of whether there will be integration violence when its schools open

next Monday.

rauDus blasted the ooara tor me aeiay. rauDus ana many wnue citizens nere wanted to start central High

without Necroes on Sent. 8.

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"They (the board) never have displayed any real inclination to listen to the will of the people of the school i
district, or anv rnasoninc." he said.

The governor was asked whether he thought the delay would cause any troubre or violence in Little Rock.
Faubus said he didn't know, but would keep a "close watch" on the situation. N

School Supt. Virgil T. Blossom,

a bitter opponent of Faubus, said
he did not anticipate any vio violence
lence violence against himself or mem members
bers members of the board.
Richard C- Butler, attorney for
the board, said the "good faith"
with which it had acted through throughout
out throughout Little Rock's crisis and vio violence
lence violence stood it in good stead be
fore the courts.
Butler said that Federal Dis District
trict District Judge Harry J. Lemley's
grant of two and one-half
years delay of integration in
Little Rock was legally sound
and that the board's opportu opportunity
nity opportunity for success In the Supreme
Court "should not be jeopar jeopardised
dised jeopardised by trying to circumvent
the schedule announced by the
court." j
Schools opened throughout Ar Arkansas
kansas Arkansas today except for Little
Rock where beginning of classes
for 20,000 children was blocked
by the fight over admitting Ne
groes to Central High.
Faubus said yesterday he
"probably" would use his emer emer-orenrw
orenrw emer-orenrw nnwera fn rinse Central If

the Supreme Court orders it in

tegrated.
Tho floors ust locked at Hen

tral and three guards armed with

pistols patrolled the grounds.
In other c o m m u n i ties
throughout Arkansas, some
schools opened with Negro stu students
dents students mixed with whites. A A-mong
mong A-mong them were Fayetteville,
Charleston, Ozark, Fort Smith
and Van BureA.

Seven of the nine Negroes who

went, to rent.ral last, vear were

seeking readmlssion. One girl was

expenea ano one ooy was grad graduated.
uated. graduated. In addition, two Negro girls
and one boy also were trying for
admission to central and a Ne
gro girl was attempting to enroll
in the all-white Hal High
School.

ACCEPTED Betty Heed (front, center) was one of the sal salients
ients salients accepted for transfer after the Norfolk, Va.,' School and
Board announced it would enroll 17 Negroes into six different
white schools Sept. 8. The decision was reached despite a state
law that would require that any integrated public school be
closed immediately. With Betty in Norfolk are David (left) and
Leroy Fltchett, whose applications were rejected.

London's Slums Are Hotbed For Riots,-

Major Color Problem Faces Britons

LONDON (UPI) Bloody race
rioting in London's slums warned
Britons abruptly today that they
have a major color problem on
their hands.
It was expected to add fuel to

the already growing clamor for
restrictions on immigration of col colored
ored colored and Asian workers trom the
commonwealth into this counlry.
According to official British gov government
ernment government figures, more than 200,

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000 have flooded into Britain in
the past 10 years. They still arc
coming at the rate of 700 to 800
weekly.

coming at the rate of 700 to 80C

weeKiy.

One of the new girls trying to

get into central was Sandra

Johnson, 14.
"I am not afraid to go to
Central," she said. "I am an
American citizen and going to
school is part of my constitu constitutional
tional constitutional rirhts."

Meanwhile an impending Vir

ginia school integration crisis

nears its first showdown today in
Arlington, Va., across the Poto Potomac
mac Potomac from the White House

Federal Judge Albert V. Bryan

nears arguments later today on
the plea of 30 Negro children for
an order admitting them to sev several
eral several previously all white schools.
A quick ruling was expected
sine Arlington schools warn

scheduled to open Thursday.
Last year Bryan ordered seven
Negro students admitted to the
schools, but he staved hl inte

gration order to allow an appeal

to tne supreme court. The high
court upheld his decision last.

May.

The new and expanded plea
by the Negro children was ex expected
pected expected to provide the first
clearcut test of Virginia's anti anti-integration
integration anti-integration "massive resist resistance"
ance" resistance" laws. They require the
closing of any public school
that mixes white and Negro
students.

The shock of finding suddenly
that Britain has a color problem
was all the sharper because this

country traditionally has prided

itself on having no racial preji! preji!-dices.
dices. preji!-dices. British officials newspapers
and the man-in-the-street tended In

look down their noses at events

like those at Little Rock and
strike an "It couldn't happen here,
old man" attitude.
But racial tensions have been
mounting for some time in Lon London.
don. London. Manchester. Rirminehnm

Nottingham and other industri 1

cities where colored workers hsve
created large, compact "little Har Har-lems."
lems." Har-lems." mostlv in slum distrieln

competing with whites for scarce

nousing ana, more recently, for
jobs.
Competition for white girls has
stoked the flames of racial ha hatreds.
treds. hatreds. The seethine tensions burst sud

denly into flames 10 days ago in
Nottineham when the worst race

riot this country had Seen until

then erupted. But it was put in
the shade by even bloodier out outbreaks
breaks outbreaks Saturday and Sundav
nights in the sleazy Notting Hill
slum district in West London.
Housing pressures and sexual
jealousy generally are considered
to have sparked the riots.
In London alone, an estimated
35.000 West Indian Negroes have
taken over entire districts.
Authorities estimate, for exam example,
ple, example, that about one-fifth of the
population of Brixton, a congested
South London area, now is col colored.
ored. colored.
The colored immigrants mostlv
are unskilled workers earning low
wages and they have found diffi
culty obtaining housing, fhev have
eravitated mostlv to airearV

crowded slum areas. In many in

stances, combines of Negroes
have scraoed together the money
to buv dilanidated alum nrocertv

from which they have ousted
whit tenants and Installed other

Negro families as many as six

people to a room.

Manv rianrf halls In T.nnHnn ami

provincial cities have started bar barring
ring barring colored men to prevent

fights over white girl.

On top of this, there Is Britain's

chronic problem of 'Teddy Bov

gangs mobs of dead-end kids in

big city slum districts, armed

mostly with razors, switch-blades
and bicvcla rhuini

Norfolk and Charlottesville al also
so also have been ordered to integrate
their schools.
But the opening of the fall

terms in these typical Virginia
cities have been Dostnonerl un

til Sept. 8 and Sept. 15.
If Bryan should want the ni-a

of the Arlington Negro students,
the first test of the anti int-pom ..

tlon laws would come in a county
that has been out of step with
the rest of the state on the issue
of the anti-segregation laws.

Arlington is not a typical Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia community. Its sprawling
population of 172,000 persons
includes a heavy percentage of
natives of other states, many
of them Federal employes who
come from Northern states
where integration has been in
effect for years.
Arlington is also t.h si to f

the national ren-ipton.

famous tomb of the Unknown
Soldier and the Pentagon.

iwany officers and men sta stationed
tioned stationed at the military headquar headquarters
ters headquarters make their homes in the
suburban community.
The opposition

,.
derance of the community to
the state anti-Integration laws
stems not so much from any
outright anti segregation feel feeling
ing feeling but more from a desire to
keep the schools open.
Whatever nrvon'i ,.,,n.

lncidetns of violence were ex

pected m this community of
white collar workers

F. Byrd (D.Va.V th t.ot.' mi

cal leader and a staunch sun-

porter of "massive resistance"
warned Dro-seirreimHnr.i.t.

trie state that amy disorders such
as those that occurred in Little
Rock "will weaken our righteous

Nevertheless, Arlington police
have made preparations to meet
any emergency. All leaves have
been cancelled and every man on
the force has been given riot
training.
As one officer put It, the police
are hoping for the best and ex expecting
pecting expecting the worst."
Orders from superiors have
made it plain that "anyone who
creates a disturbance will be ar arrested."
rested." arrested." Arlington county school offl
cials first atrayed from the
state's tradition of segregation
in 1956 when' the school board
took tentative steps to comply
with the Supreme Court's Inte Integration
gration Integration order.
The pro-segregation state
Assembly promptly took away
the right of residents to elect
their board.
The county also voted in a
referendum two years ago a a-gaihst
gaihst a-gaihst a constitutional amend amendment
ment amendment to permit tuition grants to
students to! attend private
schools and thus avoid Integra Integra-Won.
Won. Integra-Won. However, the proposal was en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by the entire state by a
margin of 3 to 1.
In addition to hearings the
pleas of the Negro students, Bry Bryan
an Bryan will also hear a request from
the state-appointed school board
for "guidance as to what action
it should take" during the crisis.
It already has explained to the
court about the dilemma in
which It finds Itself. As an "a "a-gency
gency "a-gency 0f the state," it said, It is
subject to the state's executive
authority.

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i v ; "" "" ucicgrtuon nj sume &ou memDers or ranama City Elks lodrrs viri ,,
plant of the National Brewery to examine the modern facilities and to taste a fresh brew ol the ntw bww n'H
by the expanding brewery. Brewery officials said the Elks who took part in yesterday s "Know S tt ?f produc,H
of general manager Alfredo Aleman (center, in white) all acreed that the

- "w y ever tasted.

SERVICE CLUB AT BREWERY Members of the Fort Clayton Service Club sample the new
beer made in the modern plant of the National Brewery during a "Know your Brewery" toiir

ycobiziuny. onuwn wiwi uicwciy pi raiucm lumas w. uuque tieit. center) and general manager
Alfredo Aleman (right), the group agreed that the club's customers v are showing a decided
nreference for the new Balboa beer.

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Labor Leaders Will Continue

To Fight Union

Lorrupi

ion

WASHINGTON (UPI) Top un union
ion union leaders took occasion s 01
Labor Day to pledge continued ef efforts
forts efforts to clean up corruption and

racketeering as demanded by

President Eisennower.
At the same time, they Isharply
disagreed with Labor Secretary
!... t Miftholl nvor ivhn was

to blame for congressional failure

to pass labor reform legislation

before adjourning this year.
High ranking labor leaders

joined Mitchell and buried

their controversies long enougn to

attend the sixth annual baDor uay
Mass at a Roman Catholic church

here.

naciHae 'Mitphpll tho ours! list

nf mnro than 1 000 inn llripri Ah l,-

CIO president George Meany, La

bor Undersecretary James I.
O'Connell; and James B. Carey,
president of the International Un Union
ion Union of Electrical Workers.

Cha "Unholv A ante"

The Mass was celebrated by the

Most Rev. Patrick A. O'Bovle.

archbishop of Washington. The

sermon was delivered by the Rt.
Rev. Msgr. Joseph F. Donnelly, of
Hartford, Conn., noted labor labor-management
management labor-management arbitrator.
Walter, P. Reuther, president of
tha TTmtftH Auin Workers and vli'r-

president of the AFL CIO, said

ine American laDor movement
will continue to carry on the task
nf rlpnnin" ft'nm lis ranVc thnso

who have violated the high ethical
and moral standards" which men
in their posts must observe.
In a Labor bay message pre prepared
pared prepared for for broadcast tonight,

Keuther charged the senate ap

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proved Kennedy-Ives labor reform
bill, which the AFL-CIO support supported,
ed, supported, was defeated in the House "by
an unholy alliance of big business,
as represented by the National As Association
sociation Association of Manufacturers, reac reactionary
tionary reactionary anti-labor politicians and
a few corrupt labor leaders."
Mitchell meantime renewed his
charge Sneaker Sam Ravhnrn snri

the rest of the House Democratic

leadership were to blame for the
demise of the i Kennedv ivps hill

aimed at curbing racketeering in
unions. He reiected demormti.

charges he was at fault.
The secretary promised to push
next year for labor reform legis legislation,
lation, legislation, which the President again
urged in his Labor Day message
issued from Newport, R.I., Sunday

ine thief Executive said the
public and workers must be

guaraea against corruDt labor

management practices which lead
to "lawlessness and harmful abuse

of power.

in his third call within two

weeics for reform legislation, Ei

sennower said unions must be

aomws'ered arenrriinn ;ta fk

tree will of their members." At

xne same time, he said; the pub public
lic public must be nroteeted

fair labor-management practices.

ne said un air and undemocrat undemocratic
ic undemocratic procedures "make a mnnlrorw

of the collective ha

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tionship.

A. J. Haves. nrpsiHAnt nt ihn

Machinists Union and head nf th.

AFL-CIO ethical c-ractiees

mittee. joined Rptilhor in nnrin

further clean-up drives.
In a nreDared snooch u

said the Senate Rackets Commit

tee naa exposed situations 'that
we have to face without flinching
But in a lelevivd inlnrviem

Sunday, Hayes said "much of

what the committee has done has
hurt the organized lahnr mmi.

ment without vustificaion."

Former Isthmian
Mrs. Tereso Ridge
Dies, In Trenton
Word was received here today
of the sudden death of Mrs. Tere Teresa
sa Teresa Ridge, a former Isthmian re resident,
sident, resident, last night in Trenton, N.j.
She was 62 years old.
Mrs. Ridge is survived by her
husband, John, are tired Panama
Canal employe now living in
Trenton, and several other relativ relatives
es relatives on the Isthmus and in the
States.

Fuerza y Luz Starts
Utility Instruction
For Latin Americans

Aooroximatelv sn ji.t.t ..tiiJ

ity representatives from 18 LctM
American pnntrioc nrill

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at Panama tomorrow to undergo!

..va oiiu, naiiujis in we use Oil
special tools designed to help!

eicciriuai worxmen to ao main
tenance on high voltage lines with

uui imerruption to service.

Organized by Comnafiia Para.

mena de Fuerza y Luz $ni
sponsored by American and For.

eign rower uomapny which is af affiliated
filiated affiliated with Fnprza v. T .119 lllri A

B. Chance Company, manucfaetur-

ers or nign voltage equipment the
Specialized course nf intcui.ri-m

win mciuae classroom study, de

monsiraiinn ann afina inn k,.

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tion. The course will he conducted
bv the emnlnvps rplntinns rfon.-t.

ment of Fuerza y Luz with the

assistance of specialists from
American and Foreign Power Co'

ana a. a. unance Co.
Countries sending delegates to
this three week study cours- in

clude Chile, Brazil, Ecuador, Cd-i

lomoia, Guatemala, Nicaragua, i
Sail Salvador. Cnit niiu TTnitJll

otaies, xrmiaaa ana Jamaica.

Representatives, will also be

attendance from four

operating in the interior od Panal

ma.
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-The Panama C!anat r....

has been invited to participate.

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