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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
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On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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TOURIST FLITES
HOMEWARD nd
AN INDEPENDENT
to RIO
THE MARVELOUS
fiOJOCA CAPITAL
Mama
vi BRANIFF
Tel. Panama 2-0975 Col6n 771 797
Let the people know the truth and the country it tafe' Abraham Lincoln.
I'
PANAMA, R. P. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 1958
33rd JfEAB

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V CANADIAN WHISKY cafaj
I in iJF

mmtan

I7TI own

THE PUISF
OF PANAMA

A PROPOSED DUEL between a
Catholic and an alleged commu communist,
nist, communist, both Panama U

students, was called on yw"
ov iroHh the intervention oi

university secretary Dr. Diogenes
Arosemena and Bolivar Davalos,
.thf university student who

is said to have Red leanings. -e,.Ht.
leader Julio Rovi Jf

who is said to b behind a mote
to oreanize a Catholic political
;av had been challenged by

Floyd Britton, who is frequently
chafed by anti Wfg
groups as a Bed, to a duel to
tnilowlne violent .WPf

sions which resulted from a
.h. at university students

UIWVWM -
Monday night.

President ne !a Guardia does
not feel that recommendations
by planning expert Dr. Alvln
Mayne regarding the sale of
the Banco National and the
Savings Bank should be acted
upon at the present time.
However, in a letter to Luii
Martina, chairman of the Na Na-nai
nai Na-nai TTconomlc Council, xn

n.Mt sain he felt that some.

studv should be given to thef

Butter for future use.

Retirement Expert To Tell
Local Raters About System

A muni exnlanation of the United States Civil Service

Retirement System, under which approximately 9000 non-U. S.

citizen employes of the Company -uovernment organization win
he blanketed effective Oct. 5, will be given tomorrow night In
an open meeting to be held at the old Tivoli commissary build

ing in Ancon.
The speaker will be Andrew E. Ruddock, chief of the Re

tirement Division of the Civil Service Retirement Commission,

who arrived on the isthmus by plane early today, for a visit
of several days.
The meeting is sponsored Jointly by the Congress of Latin

American Civic Councils, Local 900 of the AFSCME. and the

Panama Canal Company -Canal Zone Government. It will be-

.. "& .;neL si

' 1 '". "I 1 LI I N I Ijl I II I
US May Warn Red China

gin at 7:30 p.m.

All non-United

employes

Mm citizen

Oi me company -(jov-

ernmtiu are urged to attend the

meeana so that Uiey may be in in-forme,
forme, in-forme, concerning the advantag advantages
es advantages oi and the application of the
Civil Service Retirement Act,
Tomorrow night's meeting will

be the largest and most impor important
tant important of a series which have been
arrangeu to explain the ruurv
ment act to those who will soon
receive its benefits.
Extension of the retirement sys system
tem system to non-U. S. employes is A
Treaty provision between the U U-nited
nited U-nited States and the Republic of
Panama,
'lo aate, two smaller meetings

haw been held between Company Company-Government
Government Company-Government Personnel officials
and non-U. S. citizen employes.
These took place at Paraiso and
Rainbow City.

Follow-up meetings are. planned
in the near future for Gain boa

and Anton.

Thelt)9ioid La Hora reported
today that a, new political par party
ty party in which ''prominent politi politicians
cians politicians and land leaders are In Interested"
terested" Interested" Is in the process of be being
ing being formed.
The new party, will be called
partldo de Accion Nacional
(PAN), the tabloid said.

US Denies Politics
Injected Into Talks
On Atoms For Peace

San Bias Convicted
Oi Stealing $100
Front Legion Club

Two San -Bias Indians were
found guilty by Judge Guthrie
F Crowe at U.S. District Court
at Ancon yesterday of steal ng
$100 from the American Legion
Club at Amador.
They ere ordered to pay bacK
the money to the club and given
suspended one-year jail sentenc sentences
es sentences on conditions of probation
and good behaviour for three
yeHl m wer Alfonso Gonza-

Iav and irrancisco Solano ana

they needed two Interpreters

one t or cuna io "7 v.
other for Spanish to English.
Evidence was that they gained
entry to the manager's office at
the club by making a hole in the
ceiling and climbing through.
They gave much of the money
fhfiir friends and spent the

rest on a nlght-ont in Panama
City. :

GENEVA, Switzerland, Sept. 4
(UPI) The U.S. delegation de denied
nied denied today a Russian charge that
i had injected "politics" into the

AIM-for-Peace Conference nere
bv advocatinE peaceful, use of

nuclear explosions.
Djs, Willard F. Libby, a tncm tncm-lberf
lberf tncm-lberf th U;S. Atomic Ehergy
Commission and ciief American

spokesman, said 'We are herd to
discuss pealeM uses only. We
want to keep politics out of it."
Bat, Libby emphasized, the U U-nited
nited U-nited States is determined to put
H bomb explosions to work in
creating harbors and canals, uii
locking oil and mineral reserves
and gen e r a t i n g underground
steam.

Human Error Termed

Responsible For My

Radiation Accident
OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (UPI) A
committee of scientists and engin engineers
eers engineers said today human error and
a "combination of circumstances"
caused a radiation accident which
hospitalized eight atomic workers
here July 16.
The Atomic Energy Commis Commission's
sion's Commission's Oak Ridge operations an announced
nounced announced the committee had com completed
pleted completed its report of the accident
at the Y12 plan and found no
single person could be blamed
"It was not attributable tit the
action of any single individual but
rather it arose out of a combina combination
tion combination of circumstances involving
the character of the facilities as
well as the behavior of individ individuals,"
uals," individuals," the committee said.
The men were exposed to vary vary-ing,
ing, vary-ing, near-lethal amounts of radia radiation
tion radiation when enriched uranium was
drained into a 55-gal)on drum,
"The enriched uranium had
been permitted to flow uninten unintentionally
tionally unintentionally through a valved pipe

line from an adjoining wing of
the building." the ARC said.yFhe
tank system was thought to have
eWwained only water,
The eigk- men hospitalized by
the accident have' since been re released.
leased. released. Officials said ail of them

were expected to recover
The AEC. sail that aotion al

ready has been taken to "mini "minimize
mize "minimize the possibility of similar ae-

cidents in the area concerned

the plant operated by Union Car
bide Nuclear Co. for the AEC.

BbPNttfifHHHIHMMisssatsne

"Our policy remains unchanged"
he said.
The "politics" charge was made

yesterday by Dr. V. S. Emelyanov,
head of the Soviet delegation.
S'l personally believe nuclear
explosions of any kind whatever
do nbt reach practical ends but
only political ones," Emelyanov
told a news conference.
He charged that those who op

pose banning nuclear w e a p o n s
tests "are unable to justify th r
case" and are turning toward

peaceful explosions in order to

"continue the experiments."

Rale On Zone Much
Better Than In US
Although Public Health Service
Officials in the States are show, .g
concern because pobo epderr'cs
are still .possttjle even since the

advent of sa-s- vacc'."R- '"V.n.1
little or no danger in the Canal
dlarge segment of the popula population
tion population of the Sate W'lVrl?
Salk vaccinations but in the a a-nal
nal a-nal Zone, the vaccination pro-
L., Jn.n VUatll jt. L

ram. t 5 cent of

all cWlrfren der the i aee or 12
had their shots, together with a
.,mh.r of adults at vacei-

i-.T ..finn. which were et

ecent anxiety m the Wares
Items from a jump in Parage
11. nnrtnd During OHH

week at the end of August, 144

cases were reportea compai

89 during uie same w- -rh
current number of cases

however, is smaU by comparison
with the pre Salk era when -'.000
cases a week in late summer was
not uncommon.
Stateside, less than half of
those under40 years of fe who

are most vumeraoie u i,
received their full series of thr.e
Salk shots.
mUOlt 'slNTtNCift
tSZlPEI. Formosa (UPI) Two
former American Air
flderi were sentenced in district
court yesterday to prison on thj-ir
conviction of smuggling narcotics
into Formosa from Hong Kong
last June by U.S. military mail
Harry Peliiger, of Los Angeles, a
fro. 1ani correspondent, received

15 years; Lee Steven Darragh, of

Pittsburgh, 12 years. Their cm cm-nese
nese cm-nese attorneys said they would
appeal.

CZ Police Searching

01 Limon Resident

Canal Zone police are search-ne

Gatun Lake today for the body of
a Panamanian who drowned theve

esterday when his cayuco over

NO FISHING The British trawler Lord Plender (left) is escorted Into the harbor at Reyk Reykjavik,
javik, Reykjavik, Iceland, by Iceland's largest fisheries protection ship, the Thor, after the trawler
allegedly fished inside the four-mile limit. British fishermen defied Iceland's new 12-mile
limit Sept. l under the protection of British gunboats. But Iceland's patrol craft merely
photographed the violators in order to gather evidence for eventual court action.
IT
Icelandic Unionists Set To Protest

Britishers Flouting 12-Mile Limit

Ike In

terrupts

Vacation,

VI

turned in high winds and choppy

water. -,

The man was Antonio camzaies

who, with three friends from Li-

jon, ft. P., was travelling oy ca
ucb to Pera Blanca to look for

work in the Canal Zone.

Hiah' winds whipped up the sur

face of; the. lake and when the
frail craft was between Juan Ga-

lie Cos Island and Lion Hill Island,
it overturned, pitching all the oc occupants
cupants occupants into the water.
His three friends managed to
hold onto the cayuco but Caniia
les, a poor shimmer, lost his hold
and his companions watched him
sink, apparently drowning.
The other three men,. Marcial

Garibaldi, Rafael Garay ahd Be Be-nigno
nigno Be-nigno Garibaldi, righted the cayu cayuco
co cayuco and searched the area for about
an hour to no avail. s
Upon reaching Limon, they ad advised
vised advised the Corregidor. Canal Zone,

Police at Gatun started a search

as soon as they were imormei.

tO Non-US Citizen

Empleves Retiring

from tm Service

Ten non-U.S. citizen employes,

six with over 30 or more years
of Canal service, were retired

from the Canal organization Mon Monday,
day, Monday, according to information1
from the Personnel Bureau.
Benjamin Smith, boatswain em employed
ployed employed by the Navigation Division
on the Pacific side, leads the list
with 42 'years of Canal service.
Othefs with 30 or more years
of service are Florence M. Robo Robo-tham,
tham, Robo-tham, janitress in the Sales and
Service Branch, 39 years; Alpheus
A Johnsoh, dock foreman, Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic Terminals, 37 years; Lionel W.
Hunt, checker in the Terminals
Division, 3S years; Golburne J.
Cragwell, wetder helper in the in industrial
dustrial industrial Division, 32 years; and
Robert A. Morgan, dock employe
in the Terminals Division, 30
years.
Also retiring as of Sept. 1 are

Cham Singh, dock employe, Ter Ter-rni
rni Ter-rni Division. 24 vears; Toseph
Grififth, wireman helper. Electri Electrical
cal Electrical Division, 26 years; Miguel Or Ortiz,
tiz, Ortiz, power lawn mower operator.
Community Service Division, 17
years; and John A. Foster, me me-chenical
chenical me-chenical helper in the Terminals
Division; 10 years.
" 4 1

REYKJAVIK. Iceland, Sept.

(Lrju Umuu leautu't cu-u a
mass meeting tonight to protest

Uie presence fii utiuku a

ooaia auu mgates wnmn iceiauU &
newiy-estaoiisueu Ls-nue nmu

union memoers were ummoaca

to tne meeting in tront ot rremier
jaerman jonasson's oiitce. &p-aii-ers
trom an pouticai parties were

scneauiect to appear.

Dishing is lceiana s cmef inauv
try, iiiu uiuun reiiisai to recog recog-mie
mie recog-mie uie is inue inniil, wmui weut

into eitect iviouuay, nas aiigevea

iManaeit.
who 'itfoarato a JJi'itisii 'vtawitii' in
tne aisoutea zone were seized by

Ue toriusn ana piacea aboard the

lrigaie asto0urne as guesi' oi
tne nritisn ixavy. "f
rirmsii Ambassador Andrew Gil Gilchrist
christ Gilchrist visneo. iceianu s foreiau
Omce twice yesterqay to protest
tne Doaraing o uie fintisn irawter

"iMoruiern jj'oam',' uy in coast

Guardsmen trom the trawler.
Arousea lceianuers stoned Gil Gilchrist's
christ's Gilchrist's residence xuesuay nlgat.

a crouD ot youths broke a lew

more windows there last night, bu

tney were routed by pohce betoie

a lull-scale demonstration coma De

gin.

Icelanders are hoping that report

of a rich fishing grouri'.s 180 miles iJohan Vartdal, reported that a

east ot Iceland wouiu send the fleet of Norwegian. Swedish a'd

trawlers out of their waters and Russian fishing boats, which are

end the current crisis.

A Norwegian fishing captain,

Winnifred Seeley
New Public Health

Pacific Side Nurse

The appointment of Miss Witt-

iwjiiiriMssx.irarp" .r 1 j wjnr"wii t
Nurse on the I'aciiic side

Canal Zone was announced this

respecting Iceland's 12-mile limit

found the fishing grounds in the

Arctic Cricle. He reported the wea weather
ther weather anl fishing were good.

Soviets Protest
Use 01 Camera,
Balioons By US

r"rTtwti'l- The

Shvipf TTiiidn ttrnlc to w I-

Views

Formosa Threat

NEWPORT, R.L Sept. 4 (UPI) President Eisenh

er held on urgent meeting today with Secretary of Still

John Foster Dulles on a possible new warning to Red China

not to start a war in the Far East.
The President interrupted his vocation here for the
conference on the admittedly "serious" situation in the
Formosa Strait where the Red Chinese have been threat threatening
ening threatening to invade the Notionalist-held offshore island of
Quemoy. J

Dulles a? rived by helicopter at the naval base ad administration
ministration administration building on Coasters Harbor Island where the
President has his vacation office. He had landed a few
minutes earlier at the Quonset Point Naval Air Station

across Narragansett Bay.

New China Npws Agency, :
the text of a statement is"
the communist government.

The statement specif icalltl

ted that the idisputed island ot

Greater Quemoy was now with with-ing
ing with-ing the new Red fininese terrlto-

Passengers Found
Hurricane-Dodging
Dull On Cristobal

Relatives and friends of passeng passengers
ers passengers who disembarked yesterday

from the hurricane-dedging liner

Cristobal were disappointed u iney

expected to hear hair-raisinf sto stories
ries stories 01 raging seas and howbng
gales.

Commented one nassenger "It

was the most boring trip 1 have

ever made, and this was my iw

trip."

Owing to the pruoence oi cape.
F. de S. Gorman, meal tales were

full almost the whole voyage and

although many pockets and hatid hatid-baes
baes hatid-baes bluged with nti-sea-sicknesS
pilfs, this was more a precaution precautionary
ary precautionary measure than a necessity
There was only, one rough spell
when the liner was d"rnng the
first hurricane Daisy from which
she sheltered in Norfolk, Va.. Then

Seeley succeeds Mrs. Catherine

Reid who lett the isthmus last
month to Ave in Florida.
A aaliveibf Nova Scotia, Miss
Seeley tooK her nurses a train training
ing training at the; Rhode Island Hospital
iH Providence and wonted in Pro Providence
vidence Providence f4r several years betore
she joinedsthe Canal Zone health
organization in 1931.
All of her lolcal service has been
at Gorgas Hospital. She was su supervisor
pervisor supervisor or the Sterile Supply

Section at the nospuai unmeoi unmeoi-ately
ately unmeoi-ately prior to her new appoint appointment.
ment. appointment. .'
As Public Health Nurse, Miss
Seelev will be in charge of the

week from Balboa Heights, Miss ted States last night against

mitting balloons over Soviet air

space.

The Soviet news agency Tas..

quoted the Russian protest note

as saying Russia "expects tne u
government to take steps imme
diately to stop such actions bj
the American authorjties."
The note said recently "several
balloons have been captured ui U.
S.S.R. air space with suspended
equipment including automatic
cameras tor phoUgraphing locaii
ties from the ail1, receiving and
transmitting radidi equipment and
the like."

It said the balloon launching

were carried but by U.S. Air Force

ised alter an nour-iong nai limits.

g with Dulles in WuiH T statement,

s hlnt-

1

Well Baby clinics, which aie held personnel and said a similar pro

on the Pacific side. test was made m reDrpary, iw

Cantillo Brands Immorality Charge
Another Infamy By Those in Power'

Student Federation secretary secretary-general
general secretary-general Andres Cantillo replied
"frame up" yesterday to National
Guard reports tliat he, was ar

rested on a morals cnaige "sl

Sunday night in Anton.
Cantillo branded he National
Guard's story as another attempt
"to discredit the student move movement."
ment." movement." tn the National

Guard, Cantillo has been accused

asked

down at seme safe
stead ot continuing
with him.

Cantillo said Camarena

what was in the bottle and after

examining to ainserly, expM"

the bottom of the bridee with his

flashlight and told them they

were under arrest

He and Dominguez were taken
to Penonome. where they both

gave similar statements, Cantillo

said. To his surprize, however

There was no official word on
what would come odt of the con conference
ference conference but new statement
aimed at deterring Red China
from grabbing Quemoy or Mftttra
was expected.
Defense Secretary Neil H. Mc-

Elroy

meet!:

tr;i i

trttecl

drafted. But other uroi

ed that a new warhinr to the
Peiptng government was likely.
There war some speculation

in Washington that the Unit United
ed United Stated wottld defen Que Quemoy
moy Quemoy if the4Cbaamunlsts forces
threatened to overcome the
Nationalists there.
In Chicaeo. Madame Chiang

fcal-shek told newsmen at a con

ference before addressing tne

American Legion convention that
Nationalist China can defend
Quemoy without U.S, assistance
at, this time.

The wife of the Nationalist

r-htnese president said, However,

that "help will be needed'4f the

Reds launch a massive aitac
gainst the islands," V
Communist and Nationalist
artillery dueled today for tie
13th straight day in the Que
moy islands where heavy sefts
from a tropical typhoon eaaeu
for the moment the threat of
ReH Invasion.

The communists, who zeroed

rm In Nationalist positions many

months ago, lobbed 144 sneus on

tr uttie onemoy. Tataa ana

Brhtan islands in a pre-awn ft

tack. Tatan and Ehrtan are re

garded as possibW invasion tar-

sets. A few sneus nit www

City on big Quemoy

j is inn nui in i uunr, i

bv one Delfin Dominguez, in An- on Monday afternoon he learned

ton resident, oi inviuug mm mat lominguez nau aixu.seu aim

indulging in an immoral act un under
der under the Anton River bridge. Can-

on one occasion, meiar swi m tmo is iree on u

screens were put 'up over tne

O'Connor Place

In Balboa Closed
For Thrf e Weeks

O'Connor Place, which runs be between
tween between Roosevelt Avenue and Gir Gir-gona
gona Gir-gona Road InTBalbo'a, was closed
to vehicular traffic this week and
will remain closed for the nsxt

three weeks, it has been announc announced
ed announced by the Panama Canal engineer
iqg and construction director.
Traffic is being restricted in
this area in order to permit the
construction of a covered passive
way between the Balboa High
School and "Hj new Barboa acti activities
vities activities buildine.

urinrlnwK nf staterooms

The second hurricane, EUa.
which pinned the ship in Port Au Au-Prince
Prince Au-Prince longer than she planned,
made her late fof the SO or so
schoolteachers and many pupils a a-board.
board. a-board. School was supposed to have
started at 1 p.m. yesterday for
enrollments. . t
The shin docked at Cristobal at

hunt 11 a.m. and the train to

carry the Pacific aiders across did
tint leave until 12:30 P.m. Many

teachers missed lunch so as n .t

to be more than a couple oi nous
late for school.
Footnote. Exactly 22 years ?go
the old Panama liner Cr tnt,al
was- delayed four days by Ea"
Coast hurricanes, which in turn
delayed school opening for aur
days.

of making an immoral prosition
Cantillo stated that when con

fronted with Domineucz before

1,111(1 I3 -,t 1 ,f WjH
eharced before the mayor of An- the county attorney, Dominguez

ton. fell into a faint and failed to

said that thejif

ned to Tal

and ft

rounding islands, the Penghu is islands,
lands, islands, the Tungsha islands, the

Hsisha islands, the ChuMMi

lands, the Nansha islands, "aha
all other Islands belonging to

China." ".; f

"The Taiwan aid Penghu ft ft-reas
reas ft-reas are still occupied by the
United States by armed force;
the statement said. "This is an
unlawful encroachment en the
territorial integrity and sov sovereignty
ereignty sovereignty of the People's Re Republic
public Republic of China.
"Taiwan, Penghu and othef
such areas are yet to be recov recovered,
ered, recovered, and the government of thl
People's Republic of China hai
the right to recover these areai
by all suitable means at a suita suitable
ble suitable time."
Government quarters in Wash

ington saw another Chines!
Communist propaganda move la
the 12-mlle claim.
The Reds apparently are try trying
ing trying io make some other nations
believe that they have a legal
right to Islands in the Quemoy
and Ma tsu group, it was said.
Actually they have no lega
grounds to make this claim sirlct
there is no international agree agreement
ment agreement that a nation can claim
control of the high seas for 11
miles. j''ijM.'

Russia, Indonesia and Iceland

Tfte tvnhoon which hit the are the nations chiefly trying t

ouemov area with winds of a-'promote such a claim, expert;

round 45 mph was moving across

the South China sea towara
Shanghai with winds of 150 mnh

and occasional gusts up to 200 three miles. This has been thl

mph. It was expected

nointed out.

The United states and

other nations only recogniat

to hit 'standard for hundreds of years.

rsntiiin's version Of tne event

is that he was walking along the
Ai. Viishumv Sunday nieht a-

nuwu ...ft.. -v.

ratify the charge, whereupon the
county sttorney decided to fse
Castillo on bail.

long witn Dominguez wno nei Cantillo insisted yesterday that
did not know by name) after his 'ersion of the events was
having a few drinks in a bar true, and described the morals
With some friends. charge against him as "another
The student leader said Domin-; infamy by those in power against
euez, who was drunk, was carry- a humble Son of the soil who

ing a bottle of gin as they wane- uves honestly.

ed along the highway.
Upon reaching the Anton river
bridge, they were stopped by Na

tional Guard Mai. Celestlno CV

m arena.
Cantillo said yesterday that
he explained to Canfarens that
Dominguez wat drunk and
was trying te persuade Dentin Dentin-tjuei
tjuei Dentin-tjuei to turn back er to lie

i y 1 1 "" '1
Bishop To Let Ferryman Wed Patricia Eden In Church

CASAMICCIOLA, Isle pf Iscbta.
Sept 4 (UPI) The Bishop of Is.
chia today gave permission for
Amelia Eden and ferryboat en en-Wmr
Wmr en-Wmr Giovanni Borrelli to many
in church before the altar.
Bishop Antonio Cece brushed
way some of the usual restrictions
oh mixed marriages after a cou
versation with Miss Eden convinc convinced
ed convinced him of her sincere intention

of eventually embracing the Ro

man Catholic taitn.
The Bishop's decision marked
the hannv end of a storm whith

had upset the; Ischian idyll of the

25-year-old niece of lormer writ
ish Premier Sir Anthony Eden.
Borrelli's parents has been deep
ly disturbed in learning yeslr yeslr-ilav
ilav yeslr-ilav that the weddine set foi

Sunday was to be held la the

ehurch'e aacriatv or In their home

instead of before the altar.
Although this it standard
church practice for weddings be between
tween between a Catholic and non-Cath.i
lie, the Borrellis took it as per per-sonal
sonal per-sonal disgrace. There was ang-tf,
and tears.
Msgr. Cece made his goodwill
gesture after a conversation with
Mist Edea ia which sh con vim;

ed him of her since desire of be

coming a catholic eventually.

But Miss uaen saia sne am not
feel she could become a convert
immediately simply in order to
get married before the altar as
her future in-laws desired.
The bishop appeared obviously
impressed by Miss Eden's worCs
and commended her for the seri
ousness of her intentions.

Frisco Moves To
Bring Convention
To Cow Palace

SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 4 (UPI)
A move to bring both nation national
al national political conventions to San

Francisco in 1960 has been launch launched
ed launched by this city's board of super supervisors.
visors. supervisors. The hoard's country, slate and

national affairs committee urged

yesterday that a $250,000 appro appropriation
priation appropriation be granted for the proj project
ect project The full hoard will conder
the plan Monday.
Each party would be offered
$125,000 toward costs of the co".
vention at the. Cow Palace, site

of the Republican "onvention two

years age

Rhanchat tomorrow.

The United States Air Force
has flown in Sabre fighter planes
to bolster the defenses of For

mosa, the U.S. Taiwan (Formo

sa) Defense command announc
aA tnriav

The number or planes was noj,
disclosed. They will reinforce a a-bout
bout a-bout a dozen Supersabres

brought to Formosa earner.

The sabre, nown worn v.o.
Fifth Air Force headquarters
in Japan, were the first Amer American
ican American reinforcements to be an announced
nounced announced since the Communists
began a "pre-invafion" bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of the Quemoy is islands
lands islands Aug. 83. $
Meanwhile in Seoul, South Ko

rean defense minister Kim
ntiurnr Viil said today it was

"Premature" to discuss publicly

what actions the Republic of Ko

The first impression amonf
Washington officials here todaj
was that the Chinese claim
would not make any differenc
In the Quemoy, Matsu, Forjftosi
situation, unless it happened ti
sway a few uninformed peopH

into believing that Red ctuni
had legal rights there.

Britain's TUC
Refuses To Condemn
'Convenience Fb'

BOURNEMOUTH, England, Sept
4 (UPI) Britain's Trades Union
Congress (TUC) refused to come
out publicly today in condemna condemnation
tion condemnation of flags of convenience.
A resolution condemning owner

,. Mtn tair. tn hpin Nationalist nf cuph shins as "oirates and rark-

icc ... v" f 1 ; ... kk.M.
China but reiterated "we arejeteers" was piseonholed by he
ready to help free China withTUCannual conference here.

all the means witnm our P'.,"u""".lr::.

Hiu, leaner oi un miuBumt

Society pressed for a ban on nnua

bllity."
Kiro said ft was also premature

to say whether south Korea

would take military action a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst North Korea in case the
Chinese communists should "at "attack"
tack" "attack" the Nationalists.
Communist China has extend extended
ed extended its territorial waters to a lim

it o fl2 nautical miles around
the rhinese mainland Its coastal

islands, Pelplng Radio reported
todav

The broadcast, ouotlna the

ing sn'd repair of ships flying such
fls-

Charging that tne u s. govern

ment, banks and insurance nrn'a
are "directly involved." Hill dec

lared "We are not prepared to al allow
low allow the American government tn
squcez,. us to death while t h e
British government stands sti!l
The resolution was turned ovr
to the TUC general dounril for
lonsidcration. In effedt. tha
meant it was shelved



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The difference between 'Ginger Know All" (Mail Box, Sept 1),
and "100 Percent Unionist" (Man tfox, Aug. 19; is that the Ginger

aotsn't Know what he is taitung aDoui, writes cuuuhiiue
and reverses himself all the time in his own tetters and makes non nonsense,
sense, nonsense, while "100 Percent Union" writes irrefutable facts, follows
astraight line and certainly does make sense.
"Ginge- Know All" does have these meritorious qualities though.
. r ij u. ,i D.rcnnnci niiprtnr for anv of the United

States Government agencies in the Canal Zone, including the fcx-

2 He could serve as an excellent propaganda expert for Soviet
Russia, where the shifting of position on all issues changes every everyday.
day. everyday. "Ginger Know All" is expert in this field;
3 He admits he did not have too much schooling, which explains
., ,..... i: t -r...t Thi ic narrinnah p and certauily

niS continuous line in i-umusivu ir ,
qualifies him as a personnel expert who has never said yes or

4 Undoubtedly, be doesn't like to work either This explains
Shy he has not earnel more and higher wages on the job he merw
oned in one of his latest outbursts of confusion He certain y could
rrave had one of the many fine jobs Philip N. Malcolm claims are
floating all over Panama. My magnifying glass is faulty in this re re-spect
spect re-spect since I haven't seen any of those jobsr as yet.
- For "Ginger Know All's" information, there is a solution .to his
employment problem. All he has to do is join Malcolm s union
. VH t ,,., taiirinir tn laW opodIp in Panama the

Iher day bout Malcolm's organization. They told me if Malcolm s
Eon i organized in Panama he would have wo courses to follow:
W 1 If he decides to negotiate, he had better make sure he has
an adequate unemployment fund for the union leaders who may be
ffred, as in the case of the Hotel Employes Union, and a lot of mo-

nev in the strike fund to take care oi ine r anu me
Case of the Printers -Union in one of our leading daily newspaper
ft neither case has the Labor Ministry in Panama made up its mind
as to who is right or who is wrong.
2 If there is no plan to negotiate for wages oi the other fringe
benefits Malcolm is talking about, then there wouln be nd problem
Of uncmpioved leaders in this case Gincer Know All would lose
out or of striking rank an file. I believe "Ginger Know All
would be cheating the nation if he does not link up with Malcolm and
tfje his knowledge to solve all the problems in the Republic of Pan-
B the'way1 I was parti v wrong about those United Nations
delegates from Panama. George VV Westerman a man I admire,
hasdone an excellent job as a UN delegate. If all the other delegates
from Panama were doing half as much as GWW has been doing Yiot
only in the United Nation tut also throughout the United States
telling Panama to that great country, then I would certainly double
my tax contribution to our government to pay the expenses of the
delegates. But I still believe too many of them are up there only
having a good time and not doing anything.
' Since "Ginger Know All" finally got straigthened out on Civil
Service Retirement policies I am happy to admit that I was partly
wrong about those UN boys.
Another 100 Percent Unioist.

ij ANIMALS, LIRE PEOPLE, NEVER ROW THEIR LUCR

'th totn Animal Lover (MaU Box. Aug. 22) in move to form

a chapter here of the Society for the Preservation of Cruelty to
Atiimals. With one proviso, that Is, namely that the group is
nbt going to be a party to having healthy anlrnils destroyed
merely because a home cannot be found for them
With regard to animals, people haye a way of wteitlng to
act like God. An adoption service for lost or unwanted pets I'll
urely go along with. But "humane" destruction merely because
the animal may have a rough time, no.
People have rough times, toto; and sometimes they Survive.
And animals, like people, never know t&eir luck
I remember four yellow kittens, unceremoniously, and per perhaps
haps perhaps cruelly dumped on the 5th Avenue side of Central. Park in
New York. ;
From her 12th floor window, a houifewlfe watched the yel yellow
low yellow fluffs groping about on their unsteady feet. She might
never have answered an ad for give-away kittens. But the
lght was too much for her. She toreVfor the elevator and a a-cross
cross a-cross the street ih time to scoop up two from under the taxi
wheels. A passer-by adopted a tbird on the spot. Nobody knew
whether the fourth found a home Or' was run down In traffic.
But the housewife's two little, yellow toms were named after
then Vice President Charles O. Dawes, and his brother Rufus.
They lived a long time, on fish and fringe benefits.
, Going Along

Sir:

HOUSING ASSIGNMENTS

The Panama Canal's engineering group is continuing on Its

merry way designing the new three-bedroom and two-bathroom
apartments and cottages for the La Boca town site. It is
to be presumed, if past experience is any guide, that these ex expensive
pensive expensive family quarters will be assigned to the- Oldtlmers,
meaning that a large percentage of them will go to couples with
not children or other dependents.
During August, if what I hear Is correct, four three-bedroom
apartments were assigned to childless couples while sev several
eral several families, including a teacher with four children, were as assigned
signed assigned to the Gavllan area's 12-faihily slums.
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Chants of olden picket lines blen )

with the clatter ot these typewrit

er keys as 1 pass on reports th:'.

V alter Reuther and his Auto U

nion's high command have detim

tely decided to strike either

General Motors in September o.

Ford in early October.

In the past 10 days Reuther has

con ided to his closest aides that

he is himself not certain wii.cn ot

the two giant auto makers he be believes
lieves believes should first be paralyzei.

The upoff will be the summonwe

of thp union's high council to Det

roit. UAVV Executive Board mem

bers are virtually sitting by with
packed bags. The word now is
that the Auto Union will strike n
week or ten days after its top of

ficials gather

Many m the Auto Union leader

ship believe that if they are calied

into emergency conference in Sep

tember, the picket lines will swing

around the scores of GM plants
If the Executive BoardV does not
meet until October, thenthe tar target
get target will be Ford.

I report this as 8 war corres correspondent
pondent correspondent weuld report the strata
gy of a great army far this
will be large scale industrial war warfare
fare warfare net violent, but bitter and'
exhaustive. The Auto Union s
strategy, as same high council
members see It, will be to strike
the corporation whose executives
seem teughtst in the current na-aotiations.

TH'rs will be done in thp hon-

that the friendlier of th two com

panies might be willing to make

a pact and isolate the other ma

nufacturer.

target date lor striking General

Motors, according to the union s
top strategists, is Sept. 15. On that

date the union exrjects GM to

start Droducine i s sumrisp new

Chevrolet which the union people

call GM s breadwinner.

There's a story behind this sleek

new car. No one in the industry

had expected GM to have so new

a "Chevy model. The 1958 mone

was new. It was not expected that

GM would change its 59 Chevy so

completely.

Naturally the other comDanies

men had to plan some mightly
tough competition for the new
Chevrolet. Ford, for example, de

cided to take a few weeks longer
and move its projected 1960 model
up to 1959. This means some re retooling,
tooling, retooling, but it means a bright new
model too. The new Fords won't
be rolling off the lines until early
October.

So the union strategists will have

to wait until then if thev want to

hit Ford at the critical moment.

But which one do they want to hit.

Ford or GM? That's the big Ques

tion Reuther and the men arOurd

Ihim nonripr nut lrmrf thfeco done

i aume uuiun lamcians argue ;nar

striking rord is best because it is

Smaller than GM. Thus th 300.000

union members at GM could stay

at work and help support the stilt

ing 125,000 Ford workers while
they are on the bricks.

But, other old school brain brain-trusters
trusters brain-trusters retort that nothing is
won until you win Jit all CM.
Therefore, thay want the big.ier
corporation hit regardless of the
cost which wouM run soma S3, S3,-000,000
000,000 S3,-000,000 a wtak. This weuld wipe
eut the UAW strike fund in little
mora than a month.
There is, of course, still anoth

er possible strategem. The union

could strike the feeder parts plants

This would force the big compa
nies to shut down soon enoush.
And the workers would get un unemployment
employment unemployment insurance, both pub

lie and private.

But whichever the Auto Union

decides to hit, Fpht will have

some powerful support.

This support has been generally

overlooked by warm weather ob

servers. The support is concen concen-trated
trated concen-trated in a special committee ap

pointed the other week by the

AtHJIO Executive Council to aid

the UAW. Its seven members are

among the shrewdest tacticians

and lead the wealthiest unions in

the land, r-
3 They are David Dubinsky,

(Jeorge Harrison. James Carve Al

Hayes, Dave MeDoanld. Joe Keen Keen-an
an Keen-an and Loe Bierne. They them

selves lead a total of 3.500,000 due

payers. These men are powerful

national personalities. As a "stan

by committee" sneaking fof til

labor, they 11 make powerful allies

for Reuther.

It would be nice if a Pact is

signed soon after Labor Day and

the game called on account ot

good sense.

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NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORTIMER

Unforectsb' xb, vow, were CMf Unkifldejk

vine o rfi tj ie ro yf
Kiioksl V rolifnrni, P.,.l.i:

r,".: -,lies m cruet Jus:tcs Wa

WASHINGTON

scenes were stamped on the

minds of senators as the las wea

Most tense, most poignant of

all was the 41-40 vote to table the
resolution curtailing the powers jf
the Supreme Court. As the -vole
was announced, John McClellan

of Arkansas trembled. Per

tion stood out on his forehead.

He was white with anger... Twen Twenty
ty Twenty years before, another Arkansas
senator had stood on the Senate

floor also arguing that th power

fof the Supreme Court must be

curbed. As majority leader, Joe
Robinson of Arkansas. was loyal
to his chief in the White Hou e,
and when President Roosevelt in introduced
troduced introduced his i cour -packing bill.

rruuuceu nis icour -piCJ
Robinson fougnt for it.

I OPEN (With Kings)

Queen knights jockeys and ele elevates
vates elevates grubby socialists to tue
peerage, but Britain's greatest liv living
ing living literary figure, Somerset Maug Maugham,
ham, Maugham, has been passed over for
honors for half-a-century. Rumors
that he'll be created a "Sir" in
the next "Honours" list revive
the speculation that Maugham Will
decline, but indignantly. .Burton
Brown, prexy of the Gaslight
Club has bis initials on his li license
cense license plate, so he called Brigitte
Bardot (hat she could use his car
when she comes here. (Mine too,
if I had one.). .Is Ben Gazzara
dating Sandra Rockefeller, and if

so what happened to Eva Ga-

bor? Sandra is the member I of
the Rocky family who went to
England to live like a pauper.
Woo woo woo of the week, month
and year: Roberta Sherwood at

the Latin Quarter. (How right

you are, Walter.)

The an will relinquish her millions tor

love. It is ungentlemanly to ex expect
pect expect that a lady should pay the
check. Wherever I have taken her,
it was with pride that I paid the
expenses. 1 am an eligible bache bachelor
lor bachelor and looking forward for mar marriage
riage marriage when the right girl comes

along.

Out of the Mouths of Mailbatrs:

Belgian Bulge Monique Van Voor Voor-en
en Voor-en upset about my item that she
and her groom are tiffing, and
if she's upset, I'm upset. .And
a letter signed Ferdinand Kaima-

iim says 'to rectitv the Harw.n

guessers who connected mv name

romanticallv with Miss Mn:...

Hampton. There has never been

any romance in the past or pres-

43

mi

Ann HaaavwA

Cherrapunjl, India, Is one of
the rainiest plaeea on earth
Having sometimes averaged 428
inches a year. The driest place
is in the deserts of central
Africa, where several yean
may past without rain. For
the whole UJS, the average
rainfall Is about 30 inches a
year. Ten to 20 inches ot rain
a year is enough to grow grass
and pasture for raising cattle
if the rain falls in the right
eason for growing and if the
ground can retain it
SaQJJB41s Britannic.

lure at El Morocco, is adding to
his Jersey clients with Ryiand
Inn on Rou.e 22, an old stage
coacn stop which still gets the
carriage trade.

Some Dissa, No Data: Plenty
gabble at the Roundtable when
i Raymond Guest, the international

. poloist, roundtabled with Mollie
The Mortimer the Merrier (But Netcher, Bragno, heiress to the
why?): No Wall St. betting odds Chicago department store millions.

on the confused election yt.. n-

ly candidate who seems a sure
shoo-in is the incumbent Attorney
General, Louis Lefkowitz, and you
can't get any money against him.
. .Quipsters starting a write in
campaign for Alfred E. Smith' for
those who don't want to vote for
a in11Honfor Governor. (I'm
running as an independent, the
Poor Man's candidate. "Seekless! "Seekless!-Mortimer.).
Mortimer.). "Seekless!-Mortimer.). .Hear of 4he guy
who dropped a neat bundle at the
races? She threatened to scream
if he didn't let her go. . .Hotel
circles talking about the sagacity
of the TiscV chain in doping. At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic City for a comeback.
Their Traymore and Ambassador

broke all records, provin-

(Both are in the unhitching pro

cess.). .The Milton Berle quick quickie
ie quickie at Skinny D'Amato's 500 Club
in Atlantic City is the biggest
thing ever to hit the gin mills and
his agents are screaming because
he refuses tb play any more ca cabarets
barets cabarets this year. Please, Uncle
iltie. Edith Piaf, who sings
those sad songs so beautifully, is
presently sponsoring, the careers
of three handsome young croon crooners
ers crooners in Paris. .Newest jive ex expression
pression expression at Birdland: "He's m
Rhett Butlersville" meaning real-

Jy gone with the wind. .I'd like

to know where these press a a-gents
gents a-gents who send items like "Ice "Iceland
land "Iceland will not secede from NATp"
get their inside info?. .Newest

ent. Miss Hampton and 1 are old coon is long distancing Kitty Kir

"'u' one a wonderful lady sten, a former Miss Denmark,

"u i enjoy ner company. Only who makes Greta Thyssen look
a naive man may think a worn- like a boy. (This I got long a fix-

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like yet in the Queen of Seaside gimmick in the State Dept.'s

cultural exchange" program is
to encourage the importation of
vodka from Russia, and what's
so cultural about it and isn't that
a slap in the face at our own
domestic distillers?

resorts. .uuess tnere s hupe oc
us AKs at that. My old sidekick,
Junior Laemmle, shows signs of
getting back into harness. The
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It's How the Ice Creams: Zaya
.Kingman speelman, who made
front pages after the death 6!
Gabriel Pascal, writes that she
is "miserable" as I stated "but
not wholly despondent.". .Says
she is "planning to go to the
French Riviera or' Rome to con concentrate
centrate concentrate on studying, music, pray prayers
ers prayers and meditation to prepare
for my death." . .Her 21-year-

old niece, Flavia Kingman Hsu,

His heart, however, was never
in his argument. His heart was

w'i'V ."s '. lien r'w f n.

Jimmy Byrnes of South Carolina,

Harr By-, o' Virginia. Waller

George and Dick Russell of Geor

gia. So Robinson, overworked and

heartsick, died during the court
batfle. His heart ailed him. .
Last week John McClellan, tired
from the long Hoffa hearings,
looked as if he might collapse as
the one-vote margin to preserve
I he independence of the court was
announced. .Sen. Strom Thur Thurmond
mond Thurmond of South Carolina was not

so emotional But behind his flash-

mg eyps and stern features you
could see the same emotions that
must have welted up in another
famous South Carolinian, John C.
Calhoun, as he chamoioned "nul

lification": ; ;Byrd of Virginia

looked calm. Twenty years be

fore he had battled against Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt to keep the Supreme Court
indenpendent. Three year before
he had joined with all of Virgi Virginia
nia Virginia in ayin" trfu" to v n
Marshall, who as cbie justice
had established, in his fight with
Jefferson, the independence of the
Supreme Court. Now Bvrd voted
to curtail that independence.
Grandson of a slave-holder
Tom Hennings of Missouri, whose
great grandfather held more slaves
than any other plantation owner
in Georgia and whose grandfath grandfather
er grandfather was an officer in the Confer Confer-ate
ate Confer-ate army led the Senate argu argument
ment argument for the court. 'ln these late
days of the session," he said,
"the Senate may be doth? some some-tMing
tMing some-tMing which will plague not only
the Senate, but the DeoDle of thp

country,- other Senates and other
Congresses for years to com.
Should his enactment be enact enact-said,
said, enact-said, the grandson of a slave slaveholder,
holder, slaveholder, "1 believe there will be
chaos, ..There will be litigation:

indeed,. great compounding of

imgaiion. we Will find ourselves
in an endless labyrinth of uncer uncer-?inty
?inty uncer-?inty and indecistqn.". . S?n
John Carroll of Colorado support supported
ed supported Hennings. "At no time," he
said, ""did we ever have a single
hearing of ,the Senate jusiciary
committee based on the consider consideration
ation consideration of this important pending
lcHatJon."
Silent Republicans The debate
was chiefly between Democrats.
Republicans- voted overwelmingly
agamst the court, but stpyed on
the sidelines during debale Ob Obviously
viously Obviously hey relished this as a
North-South Democratic battle,
one which would play, un the split
inside the Democratic Par'.y.
cago to check on the situation; ;
What probes at the Westhampton
Bath and Tennis, or. why was
committee counsel Robert Kenne Kennedy
dy Kennedy there? (For bath, and ten tennis?).
nis?). tennis?). .The Indian lass who
mays opposite Sal Mineo in Walt
Disney's "Tonka" nicknamed Mi-neo-haha.
(Ha ha to you).. .Love

mat kca victor album of Tony

Warraa.

LOU '1 W- V-
ernor o California, who appoint appointed
ed appointed Kuehel to the Senate. .Mar .Margaret
garet .Margaret Chase Smi'.h of Maine, tbt
onlv a ;"e vo
court which had supported bar hi
varir er
. .Gore of Tennes ee took the
e,'v I-. k t-
ver the hard course. Kefauver'a
vote for the court was one of o
ly three from the South. Girl
?"d W'.p-. of
tion. Kefauver cpmes up for rt rt-electlon
electlon rt-electlon ih 1962. His vote took
real courage. So did the votes of
Johnson and Yarborough of "Tel-

as.
1 What It Couraoe? the word

courage" was tossed around tht)
Senate floor like a basketball. Al Al-most
most Al-most every senator was Compli Complimenting
menting Complimenting almost every other sen senator
ator senator on his great courage.
Most o' them had shown no
great courage, h takes no eouf
ge for a Northern Senator repre representing
senting representing a Negro bloc of bie city
voters to line' up for civil rights
or for the Supreme Court.
In contrast, the Kefauver-Yarbo-rough-Johnson
votes did take cour courage.
age. courage. Johnson went vi forth

He persuaded George Smethers of

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peeling routine.

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Second Portion: Not much in
the blats about Don "Red" Bar Barry
ry Barry since the headlines wi'h Su Susan,
san, Susan, Hayward, so maybe the ru rumor
mor rumor about him studying for the
ministry is true. .Vito Pisa al almost
most almost bust the switches on his
branrt nsw meratW when he
heard that Emorv Deutsch billed
his act at the Elmwood Country
Club in Whi e Plains as "A Night
y C'-z "''n n,,lt.PS
played at Chez Vito and Vito did
not authorize the title. . .Ghana
Eden, 'he Israeli beaut right out
of the Garden of the same name,
maks her American film debut
in "WM Ace.-? the Frflad's"
and will wed Sumner Welles, who
is also in the thriller. .Pat Ow Owens,
ens, Owens, "Miss Buxom" of the new
flick, "The Fly." flits between
Jsck Ellis arid Kent Smi'h. .
S'yle note: Harry (ex-Mr. Marie
McDonald) Karl had his import imported
ed imported convertible lined with mink.
Definition from the Bway, Lex Lex-icon:
icon: Lex-icon: M.D. Mink donor.
Tf Your Read It Here (It means
you can read): Combo to end all
combos was Barbara Nichols wi'h
Fari Jaaj, fhg importer, at the
Chsrdas, and his turban never
looked lovelier. .Just discovered
that I wrote the first plug for 'he
Latin Quarter's sensational new
comedy find, Corbett Monica, in
1956 when I said "He's due' to
hit the top, but soon." So how
come it took two year:?. .Ma .Mario
rio .Mario Aguero, the handsome Cuban
theatrical agent who owns .the
Roberto Iglesias ballet, is in
town. Why don't the movie stu studios
dios studios find him?. .Add Zsa Zsa
sweepstakes: Joe Lenzl, an as assistant
sistant assistant director, wlw flew t Chi-

Ave. where he produces the ex-

ci'ing snow?

court, to pair wi'h Mike Monro
ney of Oklahoma who, though
for the court, was absent. This
gave the one-vote margin needed
for the court. .Furthermore,
Johnson, had 'wo aces up his
fleeve. He had persuaded his two
good friends, Senators Bob Kerr
of Oklahoma and Allen Frear of
Delaware, both Democrats who
would have voted against tht
court, to remain in the cloakroom
and not voe
As the vote was taken, Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic whip Mansfield o Monta Montana
na Montana announced; "The senator from
Delaware (Frear), the senator
from Florida (Holland), and the
senators from Oklahoma (Kerr and
Monroney) are absent on official
business."
This was not exactly true. Hol Holland
land Holland was in Florida campaigning
frantically for his renomi nation,
while KeT "tH Fret wri in tha
Senate cloakroom restlessly wait waiting.
ing. waiting. In deference to a friend who
had a tough job on his hands and
who had miracles st keenins?

Democratic harmony during a lon
and grueling session, they did not
vote.

WCUSUE J r LAI c
"traveling to Washington by
plane, Congressmen Gene McCar McCarthy
thy McCarthy of Minnesota and Charles
Boyle, of Illinois whiled away the
time talking politics and listening
to the pilot discoursing through
a loudspeaker.
"We are now flying at an alti altitude
tude altitude of 10,000 feet. .it's a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful day, isn't it, folks?. . .no
humidity up here. .that beauti beautiful
ful beautiful scenery direct! v. below uS is
the Ohio countryside. ."
As the plane approached Wash Wash-ing'oh,
ing'oh, Wash-ing'oh, the pilot said: "We will
arrive in the na'ion's capital in
a few minutes. That's the histo historic
ric historic Potomac river you see dowi
there."
The loudspeaker clicked off, then
apmrently by mistake clicked
back on again as tbe pilot spoke
to the co-pilot: "I'll be glad to
get a little shuteye. ih Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. Won't be long now. We just
passed George's place."
The plane's passengers, wb
weren't supposed to hear this, ex exchanged
changed exchanged mystified glances.
"'George's place?" grumbled

Boyle. "What docs he mean by

that?"
McCarthy, a former schoolteach schoolteacher,
er, schoolteacher, looked out the window, then
reported to Boyle: "We just flew
over Mount Vernon."

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Kobbe

RAVING RECEIVED INFORMATION from the observation post on the other side of hill in background, this fire direction cen center
ter center pinpoints the strike of the round and computes adjustments for new targets. Adjustments, in the form of deflection, elva elva-tion
tion elva-tion and number of charges, are relayed to the mortar crew, background, who set the weapon and fired the round. Capt.
Phillip Hertz, left, battery commander, watches as the FDC operates.' Also seen are 1st Lt. Harvey Haynes, reconnaissance
surrey officer; Pfc Howard Lochrie and Pfc James McDowell, chart operators; and radio operator, and computer, 8ft, Charles
Barton.

Mortar Battery Ends Rio Hato Training

! Mortar Battery, an element of
the 1st Battle Group, 20th Infan Infantry,
try, Infantry, returned to garrison at Fort
Kobbe last week after complet completing
ing completing nearly six weeks at Rio Hato
undergoing combat-like maneu maneuvers
vers maneuvers as part of the annual field
training. f J
The project was climaxed by a
two-day training test prepared
by Department of the Army, in
which Mprtar Battery suppprted
an imaginary battle- group oper operation.
ation. operation. The mPrtarmen completed
this rigorous test with a rating
of excellent :
Realism was the keynote of
the operation. Aggressor forces
attempted infiltrations, move movements
ments movements took place, during hours
of darkness, gas attacks were
simulated arid weapons were
camouflaged.
The men. too. adopted, camou-

floire bv smearing their faces

with mud and .improvising,, hel helmet
met helmet nets out, of sacking into

which leaves and twigs were in inserted;
serted; inserted; Mortar battery operates with

two nlatoons. each with four

mortars. They may fire separate

lv. Rpch nlatoon using Its town

fire d'reetiori center, or together
as a single unit, f '.
B-nSv teams coordinated data
lr the fire direction centers. In
that of the first platoon, Pfc.
HQward Lochrie used a deflec deflection
tion deflection fan to plot the point where
the forward observer wanted -the
next round to hit. Checking on
his computations was a second
operator, Pfc. James McDowell.
Sp.4 Dafein Asirue' and Sp.5
John Tronic acted as computers,
mainly to determine the charge
to be used. One of these men
then telephoned the actual fire
mission. ,to the mortars, where
Sfc. Dewey Winfrey acted as for forward
ward forward observer.
1st Lt. Walter Gwinn, battery

executive officer, coordinated the
overall jefforts.
fit the mortar position, Sfc.
Edward Sm'i,th used an aiming
circle to. lay the platoon correct correctly.
ly. correctly. His sighting insured that all
tubes'of 'the platoon were laid on
the correct azimuth and were
parallel to each other.
When a forward observer pick picked
ed picked out his target, he telephoned
his request to the fire direction
center. Within two or three min minutes
utes minutes computations were made,
the fire mission was telephoned

to the mortars and the round was

on its way.
Communications between the

direction center and each of the
nlatoon's four mortar crews were

Important. Sp.4 Francisco Chaco

operated the switcnDoara ai me
mortar position to transmit mes

sages, and Sp.4 John Level mon monitored
itored monitored the phone line. His job
was to record all deflections, ele

vations and charges, and trans transmit
mit transmit this information for the pla platoon
toon platoon leader, 2nd Lt. Edward E.
Surman. fi
Perched In a nearby tree was
one of the unit's members, arm armed
ed armed with a' rifle.-It was his Job to
watch for sighs of the aggressor.
Representing the aggressor
were Sfc. Richard Dailey, Sgt.
George Ala, Sp.4 Jesse Smith,
Cpl. OHle Dent and Pfcs. Er-

Photographer Te

Craft Going To Aid Quemoy I

lis of Shelling,

EDITOR'S NOTI: The follow follow-in
in follow-in oyowitnots account of the
biggest tea battle to elate In ha
Formoa Srait crisis was writ written
ten written by Norman Willismi, UPI
photognphor who accompanied
the Nationalist surface fere
that made an abortive attempt
te roinforc the garrison at
Big Qoomoy Island in the pre predawn
dawn predawn hours Tueadey.
By NORMAN WILLIAMS
ABOARD LANDING SHIP, For

mosa StraiMUPI) The fire from I

me lorpeao Doais coming ai us
the torpedo boats coming at us
started lowly about 40 minutes
after midnight when we were six
miles off Big Quemoy.
Within five minutes, it had built
up to a heavy attack by the Com Communists.
munists. Communists. Thousarfds of Red star star-shell
shell star-shell tracer! burned through the
darkness as they attempted to
zero-in our ships.
The Red artillery began laying
down a barrage also, and we were
in the middle of a naval battle.
There were t;vg British, ore
Australian, two French, U Ameri American,
can, American, and IS Chinese newsmen
along with some 300 Nationalist
trooos for Quemoy aboard this
LSM (landing ship, medium). We
started boarding small landing
craft about 12:30 a. m.
Eight American and European
and seven Chinese correspondents
and about 30 soldiers and two Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist navy escort officers got
into the boats. Just ai the rest of
us newsmen started to board two

torpedo boats attacked and the i so well surrounded that it was
Red arillery opened up. impossible for us to land the rest

The sea was very rough and a

light rain fell. The two LCVP
landing craft had tied against our
ship to receive the first passen passengers
gers passengers down the landing nets.
As the tracers moved closer,
lighting the sky, the attach horn
blared on our ship. Capt. Hsu
K wan-Ming shouted: "Cast off the
landing boats." Pandemonium fol followed.
lowed. followed. Some debarking passengers
were crawling down the nets when
the landing craft pulled away.

Cameras, typewriters, and bags
dropped into the sea, and we
scrambled back up the nets and

dashed inside cabins for protec

tion. The cameras that some of
us carried already had been
dropped into the boats.
The landing craft .churned to toward
ward toward Quemoy. The American cor cor-rsponuetns
rsponuetns cor-rsponuetns aboard them were
Charles Smith, United Press Inter International;
national; International; Greg MacGregor, New
York Times; John Dominis and
James BelL Life, Ai red Smoulw,
Paris Match; Bruce Russell, Reu Reuters,
ters, Reuters, and Larry Miller and AI
Cramer, Pacific Stars and Stripes.
Our LSM circled around' in
evasive ta tics in an attempt to
escape torpedo attack. One Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist gunboat engaged a tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boat close to lis' with direct
fire while a second gunboat hov

ered near us. The Communist at-.
, i .'.I. ; i -3

tacit amps got wimin less man
mile of us but we could see on

the red blasts of their tracer
shots.
The Communists had the island

of our troops and correspondents.

Our ship was net hit but the
many exploding shells n e a h y

caused thundering vibrations

throughout the vessel. Shells whis whistled
tled whistled overhead. But there was no
confusion aboard.
A Nationalist patrol craft in our
convoy was hit by a torpedo and
was listing badly. .We approached
it with the idea of pumping it out

but were ordered away after two
approaches. I saw a number of In Injured
jured Injured aboard. A minesweeper took
it in tow to the Pescadores Is

lands.

Our ship was ordered back to

the Pescadores, too, under escort

of a patrol craft.

Arouna : is a. m. we were

placed on a submarine alert and

took a zigzag course after being

loinen bv two more NUfalis(

patrol craft. One depth charge

was dropped

Nationalist jets flew protective

cover over us during the daylight
hours as we headed back to the
Pescadores.
As the Communists claim, they
seem to have Quemoy well surrounded.

Excise Tax Relief
Measure Signed
By Elsenhower
NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) Pres President
ident President Eisenhower has signed a
hill to give seme tax relief o
theater-goers, sports fans, and
dues-paying members of commun
ity swimming pools.
The 400-page statute provide! a
comprehensive overhaul of federal
excise taxes. New levies wouia be
imposed on some items, inc udlnj
record players.
The net effect would be to trim y
about 42 million dollars from the
nearly 10 billion which the govern government
ment government collect? annually from taxes
on the manufacture and sale of
goods and services.
Among its many provisions, the
new tax law will:
Cut 10 cents off the tax on ad admissions
missions admissions to theaters, movies, base baseball
ball baseball and football games and other
sporting events land entertainment
costing $100 or more.
Permit whisky makers lo keep
liquor under bond for as long as
20 vears without nayine a llO.'fi-

Iper-gallon tax that now must be-

paid wnenever me wnisxy -om-

comes eight years old.
Exempt parochial and other non nonprofit
profit nonprofit schools or colleges from pay payment
ment payment of excise taxes on goods they
buy or on their telephone or
transportation services.

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Sec ty. Weeks Foresees Optimistic
Age For Optimists Coming Up For US

EDITOR'S NOTE: Tho patt patting
ing patting of Labor Day traditionally
markt the beginning of a gen general
eral general upturn in trade, Induttry
and employment. Tho question
this year appears to bo whether
the autumn will bring a marked

acceleration in the recovery
from recession that has boon in

progress for several months.
United Prett International atkod

Sinclair Weeks, Secretary o

commerce, te appraise the out out-leek.
leek. out-leek. Hit analysis fellows.)
By SINCLAIR WEEKS
U.S. Secretary of Commerce
WASHINGTON (UPI) Many

time-tested signs indicate the pace
of recovery should speed up even
faster now that Labor Day marks

the end of the normal vacation-

slownown. 1
Ever since late April .the econ economy
omy economy has grown stronger month by
month and the confidence of the
consumer is vigorously reassert reasserting
ing reasserting itself.
Confidence is the priceless in ingredient
gredient ingredient of progress. Workers,
confident of job security, spend or
Invest their wages. Housewives,
confident of steady family income,
take hints from advertisements;
again. This procedure stimulates
business, confident of sales, to or order
der order materials and produce new
and better goods.
Let's take a glance at (he cur current
rent current quarter. Flourishing conli
dence today is reflected in the
rise of the gross national product
the total value of goods and
services. More than 5 mil'ion
people have jobs. Improvements

HOLDING 25 LBS. OF DYNAMITE, is Sp4 Joe Adams, who waits for the signal to let the
4.2 inch mortar round drop down the tube. Watching for the signal from his platoon lead leader
er leader is Sfc. John O. Stewart. Both men are from Mortar Battery, 1st Battle Group, 20th Infan

try, which just completed training at the Rio Hato training site. (U.S. Army Photo).

nest Skalandi, Samuel Fowler
and Leroy Jiemecka.
When apprehended they were

searched, checked by the neutral

umpires and then released to

launch other activities against

Mortar Battery.

The umnires' job was to grade

the effectiveness of operations

and rule on casualties. At the

conclusion of the test, chief um um-nir
nir um-nir Mai William Fleshman of

the USARCARIB G-3 Section de
clared that the individual con

tributions to the problem were

commendable and that local se-

r.urltv was notable

Among those who watched the

batterv firms: were Ma), uen

Charles7 L. Dasher, VS.S. Army

Caribbean commanding general

and members of his staff; battle

group commander Col. Ralph A.

Jones Jr., and operations officer

Ma Owen R, Grogan Jr.

Just before the battery pulled
out of Rio Hato to head for
Fort Kobbe, Jones presented
the unit with its new guidon In
the traditional Artillery colors
of red with yellow insignia and
lettering.

This replaces the blue guidon

KIDNEYSmnst
ClEAILiACIDS

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and pqltonoua wutn In your blood

"i rough mill Ion b or tiny delicate tubea
or filter In the kidneys. When germs
Invade these delicate tubes and I tri

te ma madder, manioc you suner

ont the discomforts remitting from

hrne Infacttona. then vou feel old.

tired, nervous and depressed. Try
ftystOM and get effective relief from
these aliments. Cystex combats
Terms, cleans out excess aelds from
kidneys and bladder and soothes Irri Irritated
tated Irritated tissues. Ask for Cystsx .from
your druggist today and see. how
much better and happier you will foal
again. Oat Cystsx from your druggist

Sleeping Sickness

Claims TO00 Lives
During Epidemic

TOKYO (UPI) The death toll

o? a sleeping sickness epidemic

in Japan and south Korea passea

1.000 vesterday. Heaitn o ucism

estimated more than 5,500 had

heen stricken.

About 70 per cent of those who

contracted the disease were chii

dren under 14.

Korean officials said the deaths
,. T: iL. ... 1 - I.

mere rose to od munuaj, wim
the1 number of cases totaling

3.616. hi the last three days 130

Heaths were reported.

in Japanv the Welfare Ministry
estimated 1,800 persons had con

tracted the disease, with 300

deaths.
Three of the victims in Japan
were children of American serv service
ice service personnel. One. Mvra David Davidson,
son, Davidson, 4, of Concord, N.C., was re reported
ported reported to be in a serious condi condition
tion condition in a hosp;ial ry:r TrUy
In Korea, the epidemic has
claimed the life of Airman David
L. Fulton, Jackson, Miss. F.vo
other U. S. servicemen in Korea
have the disease.

which the battery has carried1 collars.

iince the battle group was acti activated
vated activated last November.
Battery commander capt. Phil

ip Hertz also w,as presented
with a red scarf, symbolizing the

change to a true Artillery unit as

part of the Infantry battle
group.

Men of the battery will wear

red scarves on special occasions

and also will wear the Artillery's

crossed cannons and guided mis missile
sile missile insignia on their uniform

PINBALL MACHINES BANNED
ROME (UPI) Two more Ital Italian
ian Italian cities have banned pinball
machines, bringing to five the
number in which the devices
known in Italy as "flippers"
will be prohibited effectiye Dec.
31. The newly ordered hns
in Pisa and Brescia. The other
cities are Padua, Genoa, irti
Florence.

are shown in the factory work
week and the new orders received
by mahtifaturers. Personal in income,
come, income, consumer expendituttis and
the production index are at high
levels.
Housing is on the up again

stimulating the construction indus industry
try industry and strengthening the hope of
accelerated business soon in home
furnishings and appliances. The in

ventory ..Picture is much better.

And public funds for defense ana
highways are giving the economy
a nudge.
Good as the picture looks; no
sensible man or woman can be
complacent in face of certain in-

tlaaon signs tnai are cropping up.
The wage-price squeeze, the fed federal
eral federal deaclt. the political clamor

for,rn.ore and more and more gov

ernment spending ere msn.it
which wise people cannot ignore.
Business can price itself out of
the market when consumers rebel.
Wage boosts that run aheai of
productivity are a boomerang.
The worker must understand
that it isn't what you get in your
pay that counts it's what pay
gets you. If unwarranted wage in increases
creases increases spur inflation, a raise is
a loss, not a gain. And inflation
sabotages the future by destroy

ing the value of fixed income, in insurance
surance insurance policies and pensions.
It will be a tragedy if we let

this economic thief rob us of full

recovery. If we can keep the
brake pedal jammed down on in inflation,
flation, inflation, the outlook for the coming
months is bright.
The long range prospect for the
coming decade is even brighter.
Population growing by 3 million a
year research turning out new
and better products production
geared to meet increasing needs needs-world
world needs-world trade opening new business
opportunities and jobs.
Alaska, the new state; Antarcti Antarctica,
ca, Antarctica, the new continent; the elec electronic
tronic electronic nuclear space age, the new
frontier. A marvelous new age of
optimists, by optimists and for op optimists.
timists. optimists. All through our history, vision
and faith have paid off. Tfciy
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DAUGHTERS OP GOVERNOR POTTER
TO RETURN TO COLLEGES IN STATES
Miss JoAnn Potter, daughter of Governor of the Canal lont
W.E. Potter and Mrs. Potter, sailed today aboard the liner
Cristobal. She is returning to the State for the fall college
term after spending the summer months with hor parents.
Mist Susan Potter plans to leave in mid-September to re reenter
enter reenter college. Returning with her will be Miss Deborah Way Way-ton
ton Way-ton of Chicago, a college classmate who has boon a bouse
guest in the Governor's residence.

Guest To Leave Saturday
Mr. Gunner Sehull, who is the
house guest of Governor and Mrs.
W E. holier, plans to leave
nam Saturday to return to his
home in Florida. Mr. Scbull is
well-known in this area, having
reided here while his father, now
retired, was Lieutenant Governor
of the Canal Zone.
Tea met Business Meeting
Planned By Woman's Club
The annual "Welcome home"
tea of the Balboa Woman's Club
has been planned for next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday afternoon at the USO-JWB.
The tea, from 3:30 to 5 p.m., will
be the club's first social even; of
the season.
The program will include music-,
al. presentations by Mrs. Ne' r-e
Smith, vocalist, and Mrs Audrey
Kiacaid. pianist.
Club members who plan to at
tend with guests are asked to I
make reservations with Mrs. Te Teresa
resa Teresa Luce, chairman, at Balboa I
im- ,1
Vi-aooriins the rea. an 1 moor tarn
business meeting will be held st
3 p.m. All members are urged to
attend, since an election will be
held to fill offices recently vacat vacated
ed vacated Mhs Jtnks Sails Today
jaiiao nut sun v'"
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route en-route to Troy. Ne w Y k where
she will resume her studies at
Russell Sage College.
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CHICAGO A spokesman for
the National Safetv Council on the
holiday traffic toll of 432 fatalities,
conarcd with the council's pre
holiday estimate of 420:
'''We had hoped our estimate
would be way too high."
CHICAGO Former PresidBn'.
m -n?n hefore the American Le Legion
gion Legion convention on whether he
v i ta .e part in the 1958 election
campaign:
' "I intend to be just as active
as this old man can .be."
NEWPORT, R.l. President
Eisenhower in veotoing a measure
that would have given states and
cities an additional 437 million del
lar. for airport construction:
"The time has come for the fed
eral government to begin an or orderly
derly orderly withdrawal from the airporc
grant program."
ATLANTIC CITY Sandra Lee
Jennings, 18. Miss California oi
p play ul telephone call she and
Joanne MacDonald, 20, Miss Iowa.
"Jt in to Air Force Cadet Ted
"Opkins of Shalimar, Fla., ?'tr
they discovered he had been dat dating
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Aslesws To Be Ft ted
At Saturday Party
Mr. and Mrs. Canillus T. Asket
win ,,e guests of honor at a fare
well parry Saturday evening at the
Gamboa Golf Club. The party is
aeing given by Mr. Askew't is
sociates in the dredging dlv siio
and by other friends on the Isth Isthmus.
mus. Isthmus. Mr. Askew is chief operator on
the dredge Mindi. He and Mrs.
Askew plan to leave September
12 by plane for Houston. Texas,
and Memphis, Tenn.
Reservations mty be made with
Rialto Chritiinn, Vic Meland
or at the golf club.
"Exclusively Yours" Dance
A popular dancing session feat- j
unrig music requested by the
participants will be repeated Sun Sunday
day Sunday evening at 8 at the USO-JWB
The dance is an event of each
month at the center.
.CONTINUED ON PAGE FIVE)
Actress Wins Battle
To Omit Negro
Dialect From Movie
HOLLYWOOD (UPt)- Actress Actress-singer
singer Actress-singer Pearl Bailey said today she
has Won her battle to eliminate
undignified and unnatural" Ne Negro
gro Negro dialect from the all-Negro
movie "Porgy and Bess."
, Miss Baiiey llared up at a
minor actor during rehearsals
when he repeatedly used the line,
"Ain't I done told you?"
"It's been cleared up now," she
said. "I said I'd ask for changes
in the east if that sort of stuff
continued. But it stopped, which
is the way it should have been in
tne tirst place.
"Neither Sam Goldwyn, the
producer, nor Otto Preminger, the
director, said there should be any
dialect. Mr. Preminger said right
at the beginning that if there was
something we didn't like 7- just
leave it out.
"But some of the kids who ap appeared
peared appeared in the show in New York
and got used to the dialect con continued
tinued continued to use it. Nobody told them
to."
The George Gershwin folk op
era has been in a constant state
of turmoil since production start started.
ed. started. First the sound stage burned
down and had to be rebuilt.
"I was plen;y serious about that
dialect business," said Miss Bail Bailey,
ey, Bailey, "we're still rehearsing, and 1
wanted It stopped before we start started
ed started shooting. 1
"1 told this kid and some of the
others that it's Insane to use it
if it's not insisted on. It's losing
your dignity, it's unriigni led and
unnatural. I don't cafe If it's Ne Negro
gro Negro or Italian or Greek or French,
it's in bad taste."
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MEETINGS
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clum thouM be tukawitred as
wr.ittn aad mU1 a
Ike baa number Meted daily ia U U-mi
mi U-mi aad Otherwise," a delivered
ft baas the erMee. NeHee at
Meting cannot be acearsted fee
tatvpheae.
Military Ingineers Meet
iue ic-ii.ui uiuuuuji meeting Of
the Canal Zone post of the Society
ot American Military Engineers
will De new next Monday eveiuiiii
at the bohio 01 the National Distil
lery. Following a social nour at
p.m., KiuUiu Uiuiin o ue
distillery will conduct the mem members
bers members on a tour of the plant. Din
ner is tu dc served ai i:i. casual
store will be in order. Reserve
lions may oe maue t r r 0 u g h
George nj-use, Navy uu; uu
L01. v. 1 Kogers. f ort Clayton
6215; or James Brigman, i 1625.
Atlantic Camera Club
Photographic entries in black
ana wnue wilt vie 101- competition
at the meeting 0. me midline
Camera Club next Monday at 7:45
p.m. at Mount Hope. Members are
reminueu to bring cameras and
other equipment ior a Christmas
card workuiop.
Museum Society To Meat
The regular monthly meeting of
the Society 0. the Nation a 1
Museum u Panama win be uetd
at 3:00 p.m. Saturday at the
museum. Members may bring
prospective members to tins meet
tog.
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If you don't get your wedding
gin to the bride oe.ore the wet. wet.-uing,
uing, wet.-uing, you sriuuiu send a little
note along apologizing for its
ueing late.
But if you can, sen the figt
a.s as pusAiDit' atter you re receive
ceive receive tae invitation.
Requiem Mass
A requiem mass for the repose
of th. soul of the late Teoder
Tyrrlll will be held at St. Chris o
pher't Church, Rio Aba jo, at 7
a.m. Saturday.
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GOSSIP IN GOTHAM
Ava Gardner continues to bo
Just about the most newsworthy
of all the female cinema stars.
Not content with distracting Shei
ley Winters' husband, Tony Fran Fran-ciosa
ciosa Fran-ciosa (and thereby precipitating in international
ternational international headlines) Ava is ask asking
ing asking for a punch in the noae from
Deborah Kerr. She's become in intrigued
trigued intrigued with writer Peter Viertcl,
who was named as "the other
man" in Tony Bartley's divorce
suit against Deborah and is look look-ad
ad look-ad upon by conservatives as Miss
Kerr s future mate. Addenda on
Ave: she became bored in Rome
some evenings ago and summon summoned
ed summoned a 12-plece band to entertain
her in her hotel suite.
Sallie Blair, currently appearing
at the Copacabana Palace in Rio
de Janeiro, is being courted by a
handsome, Brazilian, Luis Farme Farme-lo.
lo. Farme-lo. .Joe Williams and the Count
Basie band will part professional professionally
ly professionally a great loss to the music
scene but logical from a monetr
ry viewpoint. There's no feud:
Mrs. Basie will continue to man
age Joe, and just figures he'll
be able to make more loot as a
solo act.
Paul Muni Is insisting on some
major east changes before he'll
open on Broadway in "At The
Grand . .Dorothy Towne, an
ex-wife of Jack Webb, has resum
ed her old romance with U-I film
executive Milton Rackmil. .Joe
E. Lewis, who went straight from
surgery to thP Las Vegas gam
ing tables, dropped $5,000 in one
nignt.
The Chanean Rouee shuttered
for a week "to reorganize its po policy."
licy." policy." One member of the man management
agement management hopes to convert it into
an intimate East Side Jazz room
Lionel Hampton's press agent
must have died an agonizing
death if be watched the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic convention on Channel 4
the other night. At the high poirt
01 the nominating procedure, the
camera picked up a tnled'-' "!
of Hamp and some of his sidemen
"playing "For He's a Jolly ,u,(r.
Fellow." and the "announcer iden identified
tified identified the picture as "and thorp's
the dance band they hired to
brighten the festivities." End of
plug.
The TJ.S. Air Force rejoin"
over a top secret type pairtt
which wilt make it posxibl posxibl-our
our posxibl-our planes to escape radar dele deletion.
tion. deletion. .Julia Meade of TV fame
may make her screen debut in
Jerry Wald't film version tV. ty,
Best of Everything" a Ijfashy:
novel that undoubtedly will make
tlv best-seller list and is bound
to be improved by the cellulr'd
treatment, as "Peyton Place"
was.
Gregg Sherwood Dodge hired a
press agent to get her some P'.t
blic'ty hist two days before she
made the front pages without a
nv driviir charges. .Rex Har Harrison
rison Harrison will be thB next major Ent;
Hsh star to make news by souswk
ing about his country's high tax tax-e;.
e;. tax-e;. following in the elegant foot footsteps
steps footsteps of Noel Coward. Her Msjes Msjes-try
try Msjes-try s government has told him to
get up some $65,000 in back in income
come income taxes by Oct. 4, or else .
Jackie Robinson is up for two
new jobs, one as a writer for a
newspaper syndicate, the other is
a television commentator.

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THE VOICE OF
BROADWAY
by Dorothy Killgallen

There's a Juicy story behind
the-story in the recently beadiine;
theft of Diana Dors' jewels. .
Monique Van Vooren, Just back
from a tour of Europe, tells
chums Jerry Lewis wants her
lor s flicker. .Paramount exe executives
cutives executives are flipping over their sul
try discovery, Valerie Allen. She'll
be seen in ber first 1mporta.1t
role in "Hot Spell". .Gina Lolio
brigida's nervous condition hss in inspired
spired inspired strict orders -from her doc
tor: faithful dieting and 10 hours
sleep a night.
- Juan Peron has flashed the sis
nal to his followers for the launch
ing of an all-out campaign to re
turn him to Dower. .The movie
colony is gabbing about a feud
between Robert Wagner and D-'n
nis Hopper, allegedly stemming
from some remark Hopper made
about Mrs. wagner better Known
lr, the fans as Natalie Wood.
Gladys Robinson (The ex Ms.
Edward G.) armed in the U S.
on th. verse of oneumonia after
her trip from Leningrad. She had
10 cnange pianos six times m
make the home scene, and when
one airline clerk told her the'v
was no room for her on the next
flight she said, "Fine. I'll lust die
right here in the terminal.". .
Tbnor saxophonist Allen Eager is
on the verge of an aisle waltz
with Peggy Hitchcock.
The .trouble with summer is
It always lasts about a montn
too long.
Before summer is over the child children
ren children are bored with their ireedom
and mom is counting the days un until
til until school will again put some
routine into their lives.
Before summer is gone, garden gardening
ing gardening has lost its magic. In place of
the joy of planting watching
things grow and blossom, there is
the endless drudgery of watering,
spraying; watering, spraying, and
struggling just to keep planu a
live and grass green.
Before the end of summer a
woman's wardrobe begins- to look
bedraggled and there is that de depressing
pressing depressing period when it is too
early to wear fall cothes and too
late to find any good-looking sum summer
mer summer additions to her Wardrobe.
Long before summer is over,
heat begins to wear on the nerves,
tempers grow short. People begin
to think and say, "It's just too
hot to bother." It is as though ev everyone
eryone everyone was marking time until
the first fall days appear.
Before summer is over the va vacation
cation vacation trip is gone and almost
forgotten. The "wonderful rest" is
used up.
Before summer is over, the ab
sence of vacationing friends he
gins to make one feel lonely. The
gay postcards they send bar only
heighteg the feeling that "very
one has gone somewhere."
Summer sports begin to lose
their charm. Even the children
show little enthusiasm for family
outings.
Summer would be a wonderful
time if it just didn't last quite so
long. By August firs', almost ev-
rybody is ready for a change.

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south West North last
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Pass Pass
Opening leada 6
There are many points of in interest
terest interest in today's hand as played
by Sol Mogol of New York. In 'he
first place, North really bid MS
head o.f and Mr. Mogol was sore
ly tempted to bid the grand slain.
Then West got off to the oi.e
tough lead: the six of trumps.'
Sol won in d urn m y and
promptly played the ace of hearts.
He saw the hand was a cinch if
hearts broke 4-2 or better. Other
wise, he wanted to get one quick
diamond discard from his own
hand.
His next play was the three of
hearts and when East showed out.
Sol saw that he would need a
great deal to luck to make the
hand against the heart break.
However, he had managed to get
one diamond discard on that ace
of hearts and that discard turned
out to be enough.
He cashed the ace and king of
clubs and discarded dummy's
singleton diamond. West dropped
the jack on the king and had to
flay the queen when Sol led the
three spot. This was trumped in
t'ummy and another heart ruffed
in his own hand. Then sol ruted
Lis eight of diamonds with dum
my's queen, led dummy's last
trump to get back to his own
hand, pulled East s last trump and
made nis last two clubs. He lost
the king of diamonds at the end
but did not care.
VH-The bidding has been:
North last South West
Pass IS Pass Pass
? Pass Past 4
Pass Pass f
You, South, hold:
AA3Z VKIS4 4)01 AJ4
What do you do?
A Bid Ave hearts. Your part partner
ner partner should be able te make this
cont-act and four spades can't be
hurt badly.
TODAY'S QUESTION
The bidding has been:
Beat South West North
3 Psas Pass 4 1
Pass ?
You have the same hand as
above. What do you do? j
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ACIOM
1 Jersey
4, Iowa
I New
York
2 Dash
SMkhNsten
4 Property Item
5 Satellite
6 Newspaper
executive
Iterrjr
I Destroys
Algerian city
10 Pronoun
II Consumes
17 Fancy
19 Irritated
23 Approaches
24 Pay attention
to
25 Norwegian
. 4ty
III
13 Soft drink
14 Operatic sate
19 Danes slap
16 Self -sty ltd
18 Antique
20 Sand hills
21 Table scrap
22 Individuals
24 Blows horn
26 Region
27 Enervate
10 Hebrew
atcetle
tt Dress
34 Runs together
35 Kitchen tool
36 Put on
37 Deities
39 Is compelled
tOTajten
41 Honey
41 Walk
importantly
45 Safe keeping
49 Declared
51 Marble
51 Repose
53 Comfort
54 Adam and
55 Amrmatlve
votes
36 Slices
87 Indian weight
DOWN
1 City in
California
Panama
Many Canal Zone residents are
among the passengers were book booked
ed booked to sail from New York yester
any for Cristobal aboard the Pa Panama
nama Panama liner Ancon. Included
the list of 204 passengers are IB
children.
Eight passengers are bound or
Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen passenger
ger passenger list for Cristobal follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene I. Askew
and four children; Mr. and Mrs.
Dixie P. Bender and three chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T.
Weakley and two childen; Mr.
and Mrs. James F. Boukalis ml
three children; Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert S. Bowen, Sr., and three chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
Boyd and three children; Mr. and
Mrs. Donald E, Bruce and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. John T,
Burns and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Auvle H. Byrd and two cm!
dren;
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W fit.
Wen aria son;' Mr. and Mrs. Jof
hua A. Cunningham and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence L. Dimmick
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Dombro'wsky and two
children; Mr. and Mrs. William
H. Edmondson and son; Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel M. Eggletton and
five children; Mr. end Mrs. Rob Robert
ert Robert A. Engelke and five children;
Mr. and Mrs. Webster G. Farrell
and three children; Mrs. Mlldrerl
E. Foster and daughter; and Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen Fulop and three
children.
Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Griffon and
three children; Mr. and Mrs.
Sherman A. Hammond and. two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Q.
Hy; Thomas B. .Idol; Mr. and
Mrs. Lambert W. Kat and five
children; Mr. and Mrs. Herbn
C. Kelly and five children; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles H. Kissllng .nd
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Jo Joseph
seph Joseph H. Kueter; Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Lawyer and four chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. George S.
McCullough, Sr., and two chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Mc
m
men can
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y OAYNOR MADDOX
NBA Food and Markets Editor
When you want something a lit little
tle little different for supper, try ten
der tarts filled with creamed
chicken. You'll like the ease with
which this corn meal pie crust
rolls out. The tarts are eniree
and vegetable combined in one.
Serve tart salad of orange,
grapefruit and avoco with there
Chicken Go Round Tarts.
Chicken Go Round Tarts
(Makes 6 servings)
Pie Crust: One-half cup enrich enriched
ed enriched corn meal, 1V4 cups sifted en enriched
riched enriched flour, 1 teaspoon salt, Vi
cup shortening, 4-b tamespoons
cold water.
Filling: Two lOVi ounce cars
mushroom soup, 2 tablespoons fine finely
ly finely chopped onion, u teaspoon cir
ry powder, 2 cups diced cooked
chicken, dash of pepper,. 1 chick chicken
en chicken bouillon cube, 1 10-ounce pack package
age package frozen mixed vegetables, cook
ed.
Heat oven to very hot (450 de
grees r.). for pie crust, sift to
gether corn meal, flour and salt
into a bowl. Cut in shortening un
til mixture resembles coarse
crumbs. Add water a tablespoon
at a time, mixing with a fork un
til pastry can be formed into s
ball. Turn out onto a lightly flour flour-ad
ad flour-ad board or canvas: divid
dough into 2 parts. Roll out each
part to shout 6 inch thickness.
Cut dough into 6 circles slightly
larger than inverted tart pans.
Fit dough into tart pans; rJM
edge and prick sur'ace of each
with fork. Place on cookie sheet.
Bake in preheated oven (450 de degrees
grees degrees F.) 12 15 minutes.
For filling, place soup, chopped
onion, curry powder, cooked chick chick-e.i.
e.i. chick-e.i. pepper and chicken botr 'un
cube in sauce pan over very low
heat, (may use double boiler).
Heat thoroughly, stirring occasion occasionally.
ally. occasionally. To serve, fill tart shelly with
thicken mixture; place a ring of
cooked mixed- vegetbales around
edge of each tart

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27 Assume.
28 War god of
41 Styles
41 Ague
43 Woody plant
44 Artist.
28 Impudent
31 Deny
38 More docile.
18 0erman city
40 Bunches
46 Try
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48 Pitcher
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Goff and four children: and Mr,
snd Mrs. James G. E. Maguire
and two children.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Raf
er and three children; Mr. sod
Mrs. Howard C. Richards, Jr..
and four children; Mr. and Mrs.
Jack C. Robertson and four chil children;
dren; children; Mr. and Mrt. Hsrry C
Seaman and three children; Mr.
and Mrs. Henry E. Sellner end
S!5f-n ?hil2ren M- n4 Mrs.
p.nP L- Steers Jr., arid three
children; Richard W. Stoudnor;
Mr. end Mrs. Earl H. Turner
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Wtltei
Wagner and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert E. Walker snd two
children; Mr. and Mrs. Ewald A,
t H?'1' TJrV,?nd two children;
Wilbert J. Wilcox: Mr. and Mrs
Raymond R. Wilt and she chi.
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Neil H. Wil.
son and aotw Miss Gall Woods;
and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. 2i'
mann and daughter.
Little- rtStrfttW
Girls 5, Boys 3
Three boys and ttvn irirl
born at Coco Solo hospital during
the week ending at midnight, Mon
day, according to the regular hfs hfs-pital
pital hfs-pital report. During the same p
nod 60 patients were admitted
and 65 were discharged.
The names and addresses M
the parents of the boy babies fol.
low: Sp8 and Mr. Vernon Gasch,
Coco Solito: Mr. and Mrs Hnoh
A. Archibpld, Colon; and Sgt. and
Mrs. Ricardo Cacal. a u l r u
Heights.
Girl babies war hnrn tn th. int.
lowing: Mr. and Mn, AMouo
Niles, Colon; Mr. and Mr. C.iii.
lord Gayle, Colon; Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Gordon, Rainbow City; Mr.
and Mr3. Eugene Gregg, Coco So Soli;
li; Soli; and Sfc. and Mrs, Wilson Mar
row, Ft. Davis.
Career Corner
SAN FRANCISCO --UPD-The
city's only woman superior judge
says opportunities for brainy gals
in lhe field of law are improvirg
every day.
Judge Theresa MeiUe and
there were only 11 woman law law-yers
yers law-yers in the San Francisco Bay
area in 1911 when she was grad graduated
uated graduated from thc University of Cal California.
ifornia. California. Today there are 275, and
the number is increasing.
Men lawyers seems to like thel?
female counterparts, she said.
"What progress women lawyers
have made has been .with the
help o' men attorneys," she said.
"In all my years or practicing
and on the bench, men have
showed me the greatest deference
d chivatrly.".
The jurist, 62.. has held hr
t18,000-a-year position since first
elected in 1942. Informer yesra
most women attorneys specialised
in domestic relations and divorce
cases, she said. Now they are
branching out into such fields as
labor and tax law.
"But oooortunities for women
criminal lawyers still art limit
ed," she said "although there
was one in Lot Angeles who was
doing well before she cot mar
ried."
Judge Meikle is not married
herself, but she doesn't rule out
marriag. for women barristers
"There are at leagt 18 hus husband
band husband and wife lawyer teams In
Sn Francisco," she ssid. "The
wife usually does the briefs .r
research, while the husband does
the trial work:"
'Judge Meikle urged women st
torneys "not to dress mannishly,
but always act as a courtly worn
,an and advised against adopt

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mg a woman vs. man attitude
in court.
Fledgli.ig women lawyers don't
always mt-- as much money s
men. "But they will when they
snow they sre woth it," she
staid.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AM
DAILY NEW8PA!
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Social and Otli

Mrs. James Trimble returned
by plane this week from i two two-weeks
weeks two-weeks visit in Saato Domingo
Dominican Republic. Highlight of
her trip was -a baseball tourna tournament,
ment, tournament, in which her son. Ge p
participated as catcher for the
Leones team.

Catholic Daughters Plan
Party In Sept.mb.r
catholic Daughters of America,

Coorf 8T4, are completing plans
for a party to be given Septem September
ber September 19 in the Margarita Service

Center. Various card games win
be played during the evening, and
refreshments served. Furter

-
9 r wise

" nfl nutd

plans will be announced at a later
uate.
Third DawfhHMr I Bern
To Mr. ana Mrs. Paer
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Fears
of Ancon announce the birth of
their daughter. Shirley Jean, at
Gorgas Hospital on August 2. The
baby has two sisters, Kathy and
Judy Fears.

Education Heads Call For
Relief In Racial Problems

Parenb WU DaL Qreater JUaW in CkitJnn

Producers Of '21'

xplains Advances

To Contestant

"Twenty i One"

kat they had

NEW YORK (UPI) -The pro

ducers of the television quiz show

' s a 1 o yeneranj

iey naa given ihm cvn-

tistant Herbert Stempei advances
totaling $18,500 while he was still
on the show, and in a position to
ln all th. monev he had won.

"The show heeded him," said
Dan Enright. "He was the first

contestant who naa renuweu. un
lor a number of weeke in a row.
He was establishing an identify
for th show and we couldnt. af afford
ford afford to lose him." j .
Enright and co-producer Jack
Barry gave cancelled checks eo -ering
the advances to the district
attorney's office, which kjgnm
gating charges against "Twenty "Twenty-One'.'
One'.' "Twenty-One'.' and other TV quiz shows.
Stempei has claimed" that he
was given answers In advance on
"Twenty -One" until he went down
to defeat under orders from the
show's management.
Enright said that Stempei tlrst
demanded $8,500 on a threat to
quit th program and take hU
?L which at the time to

taled than $50,000. He later

returned ana ai a w j .op .optional
tional .optional $10,000, said Enright.
Ifflmt th. rules of the show.

Stempei a in-year-old college stu

dent, coura nav wh
ningS. .' .,
"In that case, we, not the spon sponsor,
sor, sponsor, would have been out J.h
$18,500," laid Enright.
HoweveT, the gamble paid off
when Stemoel retired from the
show with $49,500 after he.mg de-
u,, rhorlpc Van DorCn. l'n

right said the $18,500 was. deduct-
."HIS" Viiviv.il- fo1 w innings.

ea irom r.

Politics AlHome
Hay Take Burma
From Neutrality
TOKYO (UPI) Current feud feuding
ing feuding withlng Burma's ruling party
could bring that important Allan
nation eloser to the Wtat or swing
It nearer the Communist bloc ac according
cording according to Asian diplomatic sour sources
ces sources here.

If is ,almost a foregone conclu
sion that the faclonalism will re
suit in general elections, probably
in Seotember. and results of that

lection will determine Burma's
future course.
Holding center itage in ,Bur
ta's troubled political drama is
the Antifascist Peoples Freedom
League. But who heads the party
is an open question.
The group led by former Pre
mler U Ba Swe expelled Premier
U Nu and his followers from the
party in late June. The premier's
faction retaliated by kicking out

the Ba Swe group, me mauer
probably will have to be settled
in court
Now there is the "clean
AFPFL hnder V Nh and the "sta
ble" AFPFL Under ubas Swe. Com Completing
pleting Completing the Burmese political trM
ties the National United From
the opposition party composed of
several smaller groups.
Sources here see the future
elections this way: If the U Ba
Swe faction wins. Burma will
probably move cloaer to the West
If the Nl'P wins, the nation will
swing closer to the Communis
sinre U Nu is likely to main.

tain his "neutral" attitude, the

feel'ng is that the voters will be

incunea io vuic cnoci nv""'
nt "wn-Oommunist."

U Nu realizes the political aan aan-ger
ger aan-ger he is in.
Funeral Services

Tomorrow For

Mrs. I. Beckford
Funeral services wiU be held In

ii i i .U'. TDilnaaui.. km" i 1

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NEW YORK (tfPI--A special
commission of the New York City
Board of Education called today
for city-wide improvement in the
"social climate of race relations"
to help eliminate racial segrega segregation
tion segregation in the city's schools.
At the same time the commis commission
sion commission on integration summar
sneci ic recommendations it be

lieves will improve underpr v:
leued schooli wvNee.ro and Puer.o
Rican districts and contribute to
Integration of both the schools
and the community.

The coat of implementing all itl
recommendations has been unoffi unofficially
cially unofficially estimated at IS million dol dollars.
lars. dollars. An unestlmated percentage
of this turn has been allocated
for the purpose since the com commission
mission commission began its work in rtS4.
School segregation has been il illegal
legal illegal in New York StaU since
lfiiW In fact, however, "natinl"
or non-legal segregation in hous housing
ing housing has resulted in segregated
classrooms in about two-thirfls of
the city's elementary and junior
high schools. For working pur
poses, the commission regards

as segregated a school wi'i few fewer
er fewer thai '0 er cent r' Its pi' ''

of a minority race either white

or colored.
As of laat September, the board
estimated that 342 of the 704 ele elementary
mentary elementary and Junior high schcola
were at least 90 per cent white
and 113 were at least 80 oe cent
Negro and or Puerto Rican. Seg
regation is a lesser problem in

hieh schools since specialized

schools draw students from the
entire city rather than a single
neighborhood.
The commission found without
equivocation that "segregated ed education
ucation education is inferior education and
its defeots are "inherent and in.
curable." The deficiencea of col col-ored
ored col-ored schools are aggravated, it
said, since the students from seg segregated
regated segregated neighborhoods are usual
ly "economically, socially and
culturally underprivileged" and
need more guidance and better
teaching rather than the less of
each they are getting.
The commission's major recom recommendations
mendations recommendations included:

Re zoning of school districts

NEW YORK (NEA) Enjoy your

look as bia as Texas, her home

because you may not have them
wherever possible to mix the ra- too kmg.
cial population of the achool, and This la the advice el a wornx,
"strategic building" of oewlfho approacres Ufa with an oui oui-schools
schools oui-schools in fringe areas in an ef-Hw g as Texa, her home
ort to stabilize both the school state.

,a H I Mrs. Joe ueusi or aan Anionic

oasvi nit n Jiucuuai uvwuiavtvt.
i A 1 -1 A.t I

An Intensive educational pro

gram to raise the educational pro-'
grams in predominantly en f
schools, with increased remedial
urograms for retarded stud'-nts
and increaaed opportunity classes
for those of pjifljue
Setting of aHBher minimum"
for guidance Wrvices in un r

privileged schools aimed at in increasing
creasing increasing the number of students
continuing their education and al also
so also at encouraging "students of
all faiths and ethnic origins.. .to
prepare themselves.. .as teachers

and guidance counsellors."

Changes in teacher assignment
to increase the number of highly

cualitled teachers in under 1 1-

leged schools, together with some
incentives, such as simple park parking
ing parking space, to teachers to teac.li in
neighborhoods in which they pre prefer
fer prefer not to live.

to answer their questions, no
matter how unimportant they
seem. They aren't unimportant
fo a child'
With her home project in mind,
Louise DeLisi perked up her ejrs
liuring a seminar for the 40 mi miners
ners miners of the Horoemakers Forum.
Her hint to homemakers won her

the runnerup spot in the 19I8

rctlve m sreh organ'zations astcontest. The winner was Mn.

PTA, the church Altar Society I George Benson ol Nuttey, n.f.

has been on her soap box for the
last live years when she became

14-Year-0ld Wrests
Gun From Kidnaper
As Cops Close In

LONDON (UPI) -. The ashes
of composer Ralph Vaughan Wil Wil-iims
iims Wil-iims sted todav in Wastnvn Wastnvn-i.tm
i.tm Wastnvn-i.tm Aiihev burial filace of fa-

I'Mti atT--e j Dllllrtl Will 1
mmis EngUshmen throughout the p r.,m(.terv.

centuries. I Beckford, a member of

The ashes, in a Mmple wooaen mA Uw gooi.ty, is surv

ford, who died at her homejln Rio
Abajo yesterday after a long ill ill-nen.
nen. ill-nen. i

Burial will follow in jaroin at

casket, were placed In the little
chapel of the abbey in wgtt
ceremony late yesterday. Wil
Him died last week at the age
of 85.

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ived by her husband, Charles T.;
her children, Mrs. Imogene Bur Bur-kett,
kett, Bur-kett, Mrs. Enid Roach, Mrs. Estel Estel-la
la Estel-la Innis and Mrs. Blanche Black Blackburn;
burn; Blackburn; seven gramichildren and 23
great brandchildren.

Fail To Succeed Succeed-Brothers
Brothers Succeed-Brothers Decide

To Take Own Lives

NEW YORK (UPI) Cameo

Bridal Stvles. Inc.. founded six

vears ago by brothers Roman ana

George Rebush, was a tauun al

most from the outset.
But for the six years Roman,

S and- r: e o r 0 e. 63. both lri"!i

elors. tried to make a go of tl:e

business which maae nriaai nais,
veils and other accessories.

last night, the two brothers

stopped in to see one or meir, rew
friends, Benjamin Warshaw, who
ran another mlllnery firm in 'he
same building where their offic
was located. They paid him 25
of an $185 loan he had made to
them and chatted awhile. War Warshaw
shaw Warshaw told them there was no
hurry to repay the loan but they
insisted he take the money.

Then the brothers went to their
sixth floor office, typed a no'e
snving, "We have no money, no
relatives, no friends. . Burv us
h Potters Field." and to-efher
they jumped to the sidewalk be below.
low. below. Both were killed instantly.

French Cabinet
Okays De Gaulle's
New Constitution
PARIS (UPI)-The French eah

inet; yesterday approved Premier

Charles de Gaulle's proposed nw

constitution tnat wouia sei up a

I'ifth French republic under a
president with the strongest execu

tive powers in modern French his

tory.
An announcement aaid the ac action
tion action was taken in a five hour

cabinet meeting under the chair

manship of President Bene co'y.
The 76-year-old Coty may have
been fulfilling one of his last for

mal acts as President ot. tne
Fourth Republic. He generally is

expected to be succeeded in the
presidency by De Gaulle if the
constitution is approved in a pop

ular referendum bept. a.
De Gaulle will outline the con constitution
stitution constitution to the nation in a speech
to a rally at the Place de la Re
publique in Paris. Communists and
fellow-travelers have called f o r
counter-demonstrations in the area
a traditional spot for French left leftist
ist leftist gatherings.

GREENWICH, Conn. (UPI) A
14 year old boy who was kidnaped
while waiting for hit bus on the
first day of school wrested a gun
from his abductor yesterday as

ponce closed in.

Police caught the kidnaper.

James Leroy Smith. 20. a Neero.

Washington. D.C.. after he "ms

disarmed oy plucky Anthony Mar-

cnano, wno was to nave enterec.
the freshman class at high school

yesterday morning.

Smith had forced a cab driver

at gun point to drivP him from
Washington to Connecticut. At the

Greenwich toll station on the Mer

ritt Parkway the cab driver

Charles T. Smith, 40, .Washington

lumped from the cab and ran ior

help.

At that time, Tony, and his

listers Mary Ann, 16. Bonnie 7,

and Betty 8, were waiting for the

school bus on a corner near the

toll station.

James Smith, rifle In hand, ran

over to them.

Smith fired a shot Into the iir,

and Tony said "Don I do any'.mn

to us, we'll be cooperative, we'll

do whatever you say."

Bonnie became hysterical and

ran away screaming," the boy

later told his mother. "The other
girls ran after her."

Smith marched the boy back to
the call, forced him inside and
drove aWayv
More than 30 police cruisers
joined In the pu!uit.

within a short distance the hood
of the cab became disengaged and
it popped up, shutting off the
driver's vision. The car careened

tcross an esplanade, up and

down an embankment and came

to an upright stop.

bmith raised the rifle and point pointed
ed pointed it at pursuing police.
Tony would not talk about what
happened then. but bis mother,
Mrs. Nathan Marchand, descriibsd
the boy's heroism to reporters.
"Tony didn't just brush it aside,
he pulled the gun out of his
hartds'Mrs Marchand said. "He
was scared to death."
. Smith raced into a wooded trea
but was quickly captured with without
out without resistance.

and thB Legion Auxiliary

"But,. 1 stayed home wnue my

children were growing up," she

explains. And she feels an yoanf,
ir others who can should do the
same.
"You miss that first step and
the first word. .these thmjs

. re priceless.
"Ana besides," aha conttnuej
"I can't see how a woman can be
bored with staying home, espe especially
cially especially if ther. are children. You
can always plan and chaperone
their forties and take them
places."

Married 33 years to a man she

met at a masquerade party, Louise

DeLlso haa four children, (one a

nun) and 11 grandchildren.

With her children in their own

homes she is more active in civic

affairs, specially aa a district
chairman of home life and parent
education for Catholic women.

"Our main aim il to encourage

the family as a home unit."

"We point out tnat parents and

children need to ait down and

talk about family activities, the

budget and house rules.

Parents need to take more

tru interest in their children,"
she continues. "The first step Is

Asked Asylum-

Hungarians Say
It Was All A Joke
NEW YORK (UPI) Three
members of the Hungarian fenc
ing team reported earlier ready
to defect to the West were on
their way back to Hungary today.
A spokesman for the team said
late 'ast night a report pub published
lished published Sunday that the thre men
had asked for political asylum in
the United States must have bu
a joke.
Team Capt. Andre Palocz said
the 19 men and four women op
the team found the report amus
ing.
i "We were all laughing about
it," Palocz said. "One of the
three may have said it as a joe.

and some outsider found out and
picked it up."

Mrs. DeLisi and other house

wives were particularly inter interested
ested interested in the homemaker's role
and the future. It was voiced by

Prof. Dora Lewis, chairman of

the department of home eco

nomica of Hunter College, New

York.

Prof. Lewis said, "What seems

in hp needsd most in these reit

less, threatening times. is the

oualitv of mind and heart that

gives first importance to uuejniy
of personality, to mutual respect
and understanding, love and af affection
fection affection is family relations, alon;

with sincere concern tor inc

common food.

Mrs. Delisi said -she was going

to take the .ollowing tips nack
in nasi on to others. These are

that a homemaxer neeos 10 Know
herself, to practice management
of the family's resources both
money and personal talents and
to select items on the maricet
that truly benefit family living.
This last year the DeLisis em embarked
barked embarked on a new way of life, that
of a retired couple.

"When Joe retired from ine
Veteran's Administration, people

kept asking me what I was go

ing to do wun mm unuenuov c
dav," she laughed.
"But everything has workej
out marvelously," she continues
"He tola me to go ahead with
my own schedule And we have
more time to enjoy short trios

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Louise DeLisi gives a hint to homemakers: running laee through
sneaker tongue keeps it in placet

and do things together."
However, they aren't planning
to pull up their Texas stakes and

head for retirement land.

"I don't feel anyone should go

off and hide when they get ready

to retire, she points out. you

euf

need your old friends and

surroundings." j.
And then she added a tip to
women whose husbands are or
soon will be around the rouse
all day: 'You've got to be more
patient."

Teamster Union

Report Rise.

In Membership
WASHINGTON (UPD-Member-

ship in the giant Teamsters Union

climbed to an all-time high of
1,618,097 in August despite th
corruption charges levelled

against it.
General Secretary Treasurer
John F. English, who made the
announcement yesterday, said,
"This is our answer to those who
are trying to destroy us."
"They have failed despite the
most concentrated attack any or
ganizatlon of any kind has ever
undergone, "he said.
The Senate Rackets Committee
has been investigating the giant

union lor months. The AFLCiO
expelled the organization from its

ranks because of its failure to
oust objectionable officers.

Attorney General
Of US Wants Court
At Hague Broader
NEW YORK (UPI) -Atty. Gen Gen-William
William Gen-William P. Rogers yesterday ur
ged broader jurisdiction for t.ic
World Pour at The Hague.

He said the action would allow
the court to attain the position "it
should occupy in the world com community.'
munity.' community.'
Sogen recommended reexami reexamination
nation reexamination of the rule which permits
individual countries to decide what
matters can be taken to the inter international
national international coort and what disputes

are stncuy within national juris jurisdiction.
diction. jurisdiction. The attorney general, in a pre

pared speeen, torn me wn man man-nual
nual man-nual conference of Jhe Internation International
al International Law AslctiQWW ddftestic

jurisdiction "might be limited in
some more reasonable way." He
added that because of the restric restriction,
tion, restriction, "the area of international ad adjudication
judication adjudication has been tragically lim limited."
ited." limited." Rogers said that just as domes

tic courts could not function effec effectively
tively effectively -if parties chose not to ap appear,
pear, appear, "so too t!o adminlstralion
of justice by international courts
is impaired and may be nullified
ii the nations can refuse to submit
their differences to it."

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Gold Rings
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EASTERN STAR Ma Chi
Jean displays the charm
which have made her Nation Nation-list
list Nation-list China's top actress as she
relaxes at Taipei, Formosa.
Born in Shanghai, she haa re received
ceived received movie offers from all
ever Asia and is currently star star-fins:
fins: star-fins: in the film, "Beauty an
the Beach."

RIDS BUILDING DAM... .
TOKYO (UPI) Radio Pelplng
said yesterday that Communist
China had begun work on a giant
dam in a goe on the uow
reaches of the Han River, major
tributary of the Yangtse. the
broadcast said the dam. to be
completed in 1961 near Tankian-

gkou, would help irrigate 2,500,

ooo, acres and generate 4,700,000
kilowatt hours of electricity annually.

Swivel Seats Make
It Easier To Enter,

Leave '59 Autos
DETROIT TUPI) ChrvsU-r
Corp. revealed today it wl'l oft" oft"-swivel
swivel oft"-swivel seats which -will make it
easier to get in and out of 1950
models.
Paul C. Ackerman, Chrysler en engineering
gineering engineering vice nresident, cal,,1.

the new seats "the most signifi

cant car seating development in

automotive history.
He said the swivel seats would
be offered as standard equipment

en the Plymouth Sport Fury mod.

ell, the Desoto Adventurer and
Chrysler 300E.
The swivel seats are JnetalH
in pairs, one for the driver ard
one for the front scat passenger.
Each seat turns out 40 degree; so
the occupant can place his ttet
on the ground outsld the car
without getting out of his seat.
Between the two wive! sealf
there will be a small stationary
seat which can be folded down in into
to into an arm rest.

De Gaulle's original constitution
has undergone some changes since
it first was -presented to a "consti "constitutional
tutional "constitutional consultative commiUee
o 39 members last August.
The specific changes, however,

will not be made known until
Thursday when he final text of
the proposed constitution is made
public.
But the essence of the constitu constitution
tion constitution wes known to remain t h e
same.
It calls for a president wi'h
strong powers who will rule for
seven years after electon by a na
tion wide electoral College com
Dosed of deputies, senators and

representatives of small communi communities
ties communities and overseas territories.
The President will have the P'jw P'jw-er
er P'jw-er to name the premier and the
chief cabinet members.
The constitution, designed by
De Gaulle to give France govern governmental
mental governmental stability for the first time
since the Third Republic ws born
in 1870, also includes these contro
versial provisions:
Presidential power to dismiss
the National Assembly once a

year if he so chooses.

Permission to grant the rri-si-

dent dictatorial powers in times

of grave national emergency

A provision requjringany Na

tional Assembly deputy named as

a cabinet minister to give ud h's and "We Hope you Have a rleas

parliamentary sesft. 'ant Year."

JEWELRY STOLEN
LONDON (UPI) Burglars
stole $22,400 worth of jpwerly dur
Ing the week end from the home
of Lord and Lady Brooke. Lord
brooke'a family motto: "1 scarce
ly call these things my own."

CHUCKLE

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GARY, Ind. (UPI)-Gary police
hung a parking ticket on a -car
sitting in the middle of a street
and discovered it had cardboard
license plates, a dead battery, no
brakes and no gearshift. The own owner,
er, owner, Guy Thomas of East Chicago,
said he was just "waiting for a
push."
POLICE NOSE KNOWS
DAVENPORT. Iowa (UPIl-Po-

lice followed their noses yesterday
and came up with a quick solution
to a robbery. Officers investigat investigating
ing investigating a restaurant break-in sniffed
frying ham in a nearby building
Theyi found Clifford Burnaugh. 48.

and Earl Curtis, 49, sitting down
to breakfast. The men admitted

they "borrowed" the main course

and were placed under arrest.

AN APPLE A DAY
MOUNT VERNON, 111. (UPI)-

The Mount Vernon Chamber of

Commerce stole a march on an

pie polishing students yesterday.
When school open the teachers
found an apple on their desk with

a pennant 4rom the C of C road

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1951
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a junior

Robin

Morland

Wins

repsi Col

Tourney

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Darcy Hause Tops Girls
Championship Flight

Over 30 boys and girls entered the Pepsi Cola
Junior Golf Tournament which was the last of many
similar events held at the Brazos Brook Country
Club during the summer holidays.

This tournament was played
on the Tuesday before Black
Wednesday and was scheduled
through the courtesy of Antonio
Tagaropulos, local representative
of the Pepsi cola company.
Robin Morland won the boy's
championship flight with a gross
score of 82. Darcay Hause led the
girl's championship flight with
the return of 99. Larry Wilder
was second to Morland with 85
fid for a time, it seemed as
though he would win when he
trumed the out nine in 39 to lead
ft'-rland by three strokes. He
r kly dissipated his lead by
tr ing a five and a seven on the
in h and 11th holes wnne Mor
la-i v,s shooting two par fours
to take the lead by one stroke
su-fi he was never headed.
"Babe" Marquard was favored
to win but went six over for the
first three holes from which he
never recovered although he had
a steady 40 on the back nine to
frive him a final card of 8 for
th'rd place.
Keith Kenway received a spe special
cial special prize for shooting the most
pilrs. He had twelve of them but
unfortunately he was In the tiger
country at No. 2 where he took a
horrendous nine and any chance
he had of recovery was lost when
he went four over par at No. 8.

Senator Stockholder Says
He Expects Other To Join
Suit To Block Transfer

WASHINGTON (UPI)-A minor minority
ity minority stockholder of the Washington
Senators said today he expected
others to join his suit to block
possible transfer of the ball club
lo another city.
Stockholder Robert R Rodenberg
Washington real estate man,
also asked federal district court
to oust president Calvin onr-ia
and other club officers, declare
the team in receivership and
grant $500,000 damages for al alleged
leged alleged "trickery" in planning to
move the club.
Rodenberg told United Press In International
ternational International he holds 75 of the
18,600 outstanding shares of Sen Senators
ators Senators stock and has been a stock
holder since he was nine.
The compjaint was filed for
Rodenberg Tuesday by attorneys
Edward Bennett Williams and
Colman Stein. They charged that
Griffith "has practiced fraud, de
ceit and trickery on the commu-
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"THE MAN IS ARMED"
MARGARITA 6:15 & 8.35
Ronald Colman
Elizabeth Allan
"A TALE OF TWO CITIES"
(Repeat Run)
PAR AISO 7:00
"The Man Who Reclaimed
Hia Head" and Forbidden"
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
Barbara Stanwyck
Sterling Hayden
"CHIME OF PASSION"
CAMP BIRRD 7:0(1
"THE YOUNG DONT CRY"
and "BAIT"

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With all his troubles, he finished

manfully and shot five successive
pars on the back nine to finish
with a score of 87.
Jean Allen was second in the
girl's championship flight with
127 just nosing out Bernlce Hill
who finished third with 128.
In the flight for boys between
the ages of 10 and 13, Jim Hov Hov-erson
erson Hov-erson was consistent with a 51
out and 51 back to give him a
winning score of 102. David Wild
er took second place with ns
and Rusty Fields came In third
with 121. -Leslie Leon won the
flight for boys of 10 years and
under with a score of 130 and
Randy Everson took second place
with 185.
These bovs and elrls and their
parents are deeply appreciative
of the unselfish efforts of Don
Hause. Throughout the summer
vacation he has spent many
hours giving them golf lessons
and presenting many tourna tournaments
ments tournaments which were well supported
by these young people.
The board of governors Is
grateful to Antonio Tagaropulos
and the Pepsi Cola Cdhipany for
the sponsorship of this final
event of the season and are
hopine that the Pepsi Cola Jun
ior Tournament will be an an
nual event in the future.
nity and the stockholders thereby
forfeiting the good will of the com
munity necessary to a successful
operation of the tteam."
Griflith met with the Senators'
board last Friday and announce!
afterward that "no vote was taken
on moving the club to Minneapolis
and, in fact, the subject never
came up"
The suit said that Griffith had
violated a resolution unanimously
approved by the board last July
orbidding any officer or director
from negotiating or discussing a
transfer.
It asked the court to order an
accounting of all corporate spend spending
ing spending since shortly after Griffith
took office in November. 1955, fol following
lowing following the death of his uncle,
Clark C. Griffith.
The Minneapolis Board of Esti Estimates
mates Estimates and Taxation Tuesday "ive
final approval to a 9-milHwi-dollar
bond issue for expansion oi
the city's Metropolitan Stadium
Gerald Moore, chairman of tne
Minneapolis Sports Commission,
hailed the action, which followed
by a week similar approval by the
citv council.
"Now we've got something con concrete
crete concrete to offer," said Moore, who
has been the leader in a move
ment to woo either the Senator" or
the Cleveland Indians to the Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota City.'
Cardinals Recall
McDaniel Brothers
5 fl3 Rookies MC 9-S
ST. LOUIS (UPI)-Rookie hall
players would see action in a
Florida winter league proposed Hy
five major league clubs meeting
here today.
Representatives of the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs. St. Louis Cardinsls,
New York Yankee, Milwaukee
Braves and Kansas Citv Athletics
met to talk over the eligiblity of
players a Ad other matters relat
ine to the proposal.
The winter season- would s'nrl
Oct. 15 and end Dec. 25, it was
ndicated.
All five clubs train in the St.
Petersburg Tampa Bradenton
area.
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1 FADING

HITTERS
(B.i.d .n 35 official t batt)
National Leagua G AS ft H ret.
Musial, St. L. 124 438 62 149 .340
Ashburn, Phi. 129 517 83 175 .339
Aaron, Mil. 132 525 95 178 .335
Mayt, S. F. 132 517 99 172 .333
Skinner, Pitt. 125 453 81 145 .320
Banks, Chi. 134 538 107 171 .319
Cepeda, S. F. 130 528 76 162 .307
Walls, Chi. 131 499 79 152 .305
Temple, Cin. 130 501 74 151 .301
Dark, Chi. 113 458 52 138 .301
American League
Kuenn, Det. 118 471 61 153 .325
Runnels, Boston 124 476 85 153 .321
r"ower, Clev. 125 513 84 163 .318
Cerv, K. C. 119 437 80 139 .318
Williams, Bos. 112 355 71 112 .315
Goodman, Chi. 97 363 39 114 .314
Fox, Chicago 133 540 76 165 .306
Minoso, Clev. 129 487 82 149 .308
Jansen, Boston 131 469 79 143 .305
Malzone, Bos. 132 535 66 163 .305
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Mathews, Braves
Aaron Braves
Mays, Giants
Robinson, Redlegs
43
35
29
28
27
27
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Jensen. Red So
Cerv; Athletics
39
34
34
33
31
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson, Phillies
Aaron, Braves
Cepeda, Giants
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, Indians
Cerv, Athletics
Mantle, Yankees
Berra, Yankees
114
105
84
83
83
110
98
95
89
85
85
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Bated en 12 decisions)
National League
Willey, Braves
Spahn, Braves
Burdette, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs
Hobbie, Cubs V .,
American League
Turley, Yankees
Hyde, Stnators
Delock, Red Sox
McLish, Indians
Ford, Yankees

W L Pet.
9 4 .692
18 10 .643
16 9 .640
15 9 .625
10 .625
20 6 .769
9 3 .750
12 5 .708
14 6 .700
14 7 .667

Herb Elliot Runs
2nd Fastest Mile
By ROBERT C. DOWSON
J
LONDON (UPI) Australian
marvel Herb Elliott ran the sec
ond fastest mile in history Wed Wed-nesday,
nesday, Wed-nesday, three minutes. 55.4 ee-
onds, as two other runners in an
invitational race at White City
Stadium also broke four minutes.
Elliott's clocking, his 10th sub
four-minute mile in as many tries
this year and was less than a
second behind his historic 3: 54..
mile at Dublin on Aug. 6.
Brian Hewson of Britain was
second in 3:58.9 and Zigmund Oy
wal o' Poland third in 3:58.4. his
first clocking, under four minutes
Derek Ibbotson of Britain, w.io
holds the officially accepted world
mark of 3:57.2, was badly beaten
fourth in 4 flat.
On the same program, red-hair-
ed Murray Halberg of New Zea
land broke the listed world record
for two miles when he won that
invitation event in eight minutes
1.0 seconds.
A LUCKY SEVEN
MAYS LANDING, N.J. (UPI)-
Jockey Howard Grant scored a
triple Tuesday to make it seven
triumphs in two days. Grant's
three triumphs included a victory
aboard Prince Killer in the fea feature
ture feature ace at the Atlantic City
track.
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Watson of Rodman's Housing Office displays the form that won
him the pitching contest at the Rodman Golf Course Monday.
(Navy Photo)

Archie Wilson's Grand-Slam
Homer Cuts Montreal IL Lead

NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UPI) (UPI)-Brawny
Brawny (UPI)-Brawny Rocky Nelson is starting
to hit home runs again, but his
team mate, Archie Wilson, is the
toast of Toronto today.
The veteran Wilson struck a
grand-slam homer last night, en enabling
abling enabling the Leafs to grab a 7-5 de?
cision from Rochester'' and move
to within two games of the Inter International
national International League's front running
Montreal Royals. Wilson's jack
pot blow came in the seventh inn inning
ing inning and broke 3-3 tie.
Nelson, heading for the circuit's
triple batting crown, slammed two
homers during the game for a
season's total of 42. Relief ice
Bob Tiefenauer got credit for the
victory, his 17th of the year.
Buffalo's Glenn Cox had little
trouble in subduing Montreal, 5-0.
The tall righthander held the
league-leaders to three hits in
gaining his 15th triumph against
nine losses.
In the battle for fourth place,
Miami trounced Columbus, 11 2,
to move within a gamP of the
Jets. Warren Hacker started and
received credit for the victory al
though he was relieved by Henry
Mason.
Ed Dick went all the way as
Richmond bested Havana, 8-2, in
thP other game played.
The standings and linescores:

Fraley?s Reflections
On Sports In General

By OSCAR FRALEY
NEW YORK (UPI) Fearless
Fraley's reflections on sports in
general:
Herb Elliott isn't tne Desi mner
ever turned out in Australia.
I have to go for Aussie Noah
Young, who ran it in 8:30 in 1915
with 150 pound man on his
back.
The advent of the automobile
put an awful detft in horseshoe
pitching.
Dock Blanchard and Jabbo Tab
lonski were two of the most rug rugged
ged rugged guys I ever saw.
Everybody with an ear for
music is betting that V m
son will never be an Ella Fitz Fitzgerald,
gerald, Fitzgerald, or even a reasonable fac facsimile
simile facsimile thereof.
II is considered extremely diffi difficult
cult difficult to play polo without horses.
The Siamese used to bet on
fights between thret' inch be1' a
fish proving how bored you can
get in Bangkok.
Tiano movers usually are little
guys because the real weight lift lifters
ers lifters are too busy measuring their
biceps.
A displaced bobsledder 'eels ex exactly
actly exactly like a puttered bowlinq b:l(.
The Gas House gang is my
nomination for the most colorful
baseball club of all time.
Stanford will lose a likely quar-
leriiack prospect when y 0 11 r;
Chris Crawford Is named to the
Davis Cup squad next Sunday.
Women rassiers alwavs m:ikc
me think of a taffy pull.
An Expensive "Bait"
The $10,000 Hickok Belt award awarded
ed awarded annually to the nro ath c,e of.
the year Is the most expensive re replacement
placement replacement suspender over had

InQn

ing
20-
INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE
Teams
W L
87 69
86 63
75 72
74 76
73 77
69 79
66 82
64 85
Pet. GB
.592
.577 2
.510 12
.493 UVi
.487 15V!
Montreal
Toronto
Rochester
Columbus
Miami
Richmond
Buffalo
Havana
Si ,?
,446 2,1 Vl
.430 24
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Miami 100 000 604-11 12 0
Columbus i 000 000 0202 5 1
Hacker, Mason (8) and Coker;
O'Donnell, Arroyo (7), Douglas
(7), Rowe (9) and Rand, Onuska
(1).. WP-Hacker. LP O'Donnell.
HRS-Hamric, Essegian.
Havana 000 000 0112 9
Richmond 202 030 Olx 8 12 1
Montejo, Amor (3) and Grand Grand-colas;
colas; Grand-colas; Dick and Oldis. LP-Monte-jo.
HR-U. Alvarez.
Buffalo
Montreal
000 020 021-5 11 l
000 000 000 0 i 2;
Cox and Holton; Giallombardo.
Valdes (8), Collum (8) and Gatta,
Teed (8). LP-Giallombardo.
Rochester 002 100 0205 10 0
Toronto 010 002 40x 7 8. 1
Blaylock, Wright (6), Pepper
(7) and Watlington: Minarcir.
Tiefenauer (6) and ThomDson.
j WP-Tiefenauer. LHifcpper. HRS
Nelson 2, SmallejijPHlomspn, Wil
son, Burgess.
Joe DiMaggio was the most ef effortlessly
fortlessly effortlessly graceful outfielder these
bloodshot old eyes ever saw.
Count Turf's Kentucky Derby
win was my biggest horse race
thrill but all-time laurels go 10
Upset's win over Man O' War.
If this isn't the best baseball
learn Casey Stengel ever bad, as
he says, it sure can't be the
worst.
I wish somebody would get busy
and invent a typewriter that could
spell.
Auto racing lost me the day I
saw Bill Vukovich put his toot
through it.
It begins to look as if Country
Slaughter will go on longer than
those verses of Mademoiselle
from Armentiers.
If Orlando Cepeda and Ryne
Duren aren't the rookies of the
year then there ain't no justice,
Chafley.
Bob Waterfield threw a football
68.18 miles per hour but that ain't
the greatest thing he ever did.
I pass on ski jumping until I
grow a pair of wings which is
forever rather unlikely.
if Lawrence Berra played base-
ball in Japan he'd undoubtedly be j
Known as Yogi -Homa.
women swimmers and gym gymnasts
nasts gymnasts run a dead heat for the
prettiest of female athletes, with
track competitors a cinch dead
last.
Japan has the inside track fori
the 1964 Olympic Games.
They say that money won should
ne no standard when you consuler
the all-time greats of horse rac racing.
ing. racing. But personally I'll take the loot
over whatever it may be that is
running a distanl second,

Victory
;
1 I

Record
Season

By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UPI)
Warren Spahn, closing In rapid rapidly
ly rapidly on that record ninth 20-vic-tory
season, moved up still an another
other another notch today on the list of
all-time great southpaws.
The 37-year-old Spah.i scored
his l&th win of the season and
the 242nd of his career last night
when the Milwaukee Braves beat
the Philadelphia Phillies, 11-5
and stretched their National
League lead to nine games. With
four or five starts to go he s al
most a cinch to be the first left
hander to win 20 games nine
times and his 242 victories lift
him to No. 5 on the list of the
biggest southpaw winners in
modern history.
-
until last night, Spahn was
tied for fifth place with Hall of
Famer Herb Pennock, each with
241 wins. Now, the only left
handers of the modern era who
scored more victories were Ed
die Plank, 324, Lefty Grove, 300,
Eppa Rixey, 266, and Carl Hub Hub-bell,
bell, Hub-bell, 253.
Spahn was far from his best
last night as he gave up 10 hits
and six walks but be yielded
only one run until the Braves
scored six runs in the eighth
and five in the ninth to give
him an 11-1 spread. The Phil Phillies'
lies' Phillies' last four runs, which) only
prolonged their agony, came on
Rip Repulski's grand slam in
the ninth.
Joe Adcock ended Seth More More-head's
head's More-head's shutout bid and gave the
Braves a 3-1 lead when he hom homered
ered homered in the eighth after a walk
and Hank Aaron's single. The
Braves added three unearned
runs off Jim Hearn in that in inning
ning inning and they scored five more,
three unearned, In the ninth. In
all, the fumbline Phillies made
five errors, to make six Mijwau-
Ua. m.Hll'.iMil.jMl.'.kl'-''.
a.cc i una uueifUiieu.
The Los Angeles Dodgers dealt
the San Francisco Giants anoth another
er another staggering blow when they
beat them, 5-3, on Duke Snider's
ninth-inning homer, the Cincin Cincinnati
nati Cincinnati Redlegs scored three runs in
Nittsbuirgh,piriesi.,7-4. and the
m'Loifs OarHals' topped the
cnicago cubsfi7, in 12 inning
m oiner National, League acjM
v
In the American League, 'thO
New York Yankees maintained
their, 12-game lead with an 8-S
win over the Boston Red Sox, the
Chicago White Sox nipped thO
Detroit Tigers, 1-0, the Kansas
3 fJiiy Atnietics downed the Cleve
land incnans, 6-2, and the Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore Orioles shaded the Wash Washington
ington Washington Senators, 4-3.
Snider, who had singled for
the 1700th hit of -his aareer in
the seventh inning hrnke nr. t.hB
Los Aneeles Ron w r o n M
squeaker when he followed a
walk to Gino Cimoli with his
13th homer of the year. In the
top of the inning Duke robbed
Orlando Cepeda of an extra base
hit with a catch 420 feet from
the plnte. Sandy Koufax, who
yielded only a homer to Cepeda
from the third Inning on, won
his 10th game, it was the first
time the Dodgers beat the Giants
two straight this year and made
their season record 6-15 vs. San
Francisco
George Crowe singled home the
tie-breaking run for the Redlegs
m me seventh inning and a sin
gle by pinch-hitter Don New
combe added two insurance tal
lies. Crowe and Frank Robinson
each knocked in two runs for the
Redlegs while Dick Groat led the
Pirates' attack with three hits.
Joe Cunningham's fourth hit,
a two-run triple, enabled St
Louis' Jim Brosnan to win his
10th game in a 27-hit sluefest.
Ernie Banks hit his 43rd homer
and two singles and Tonv Tav
lor also had three hits for the
cubs while Cunningham knocked
in four runs and Don Blasingame
had three hits for St. Louis.
Yogi Berra's three-run ninth ninth-inning
inning ninth-inning homer gave the Yankees
their come-from-behind triumph
and relief ace Ryne Duren his
sixth win. Duren, working the
last two innings, yielded no hits
and struck out four. The Yan Yankees
kees Yankees had tied the score with two
runs in the eighth, one on Mick
ey Mantle s 39th homer.
Dick Donovan pitched a five five-hitter
hitter five-hitter for his 12th win and
shaded Detroit's Frank Lary
when Billy Godman singled In
the seventh, went to second on
a wild pitch and scored on
Sherman Lollar's doable. The
victory squared Donovan's rec record
ord record at 12-12 and was his ninth
in 11 decisions.
Bob Cerv and Hal Smith hit
consecutive fifth-inning homers
10 snap a 2-2 tie and pave the
way for Ray Herbert's fifth vie
tory. Herbert held the Indians to
five hits and struck out four. Hal
Woodeshick was the loser.
Arnold Portocarrero. aided bv
Jack Harshman in the ninth,
won his 11th game for the Qrl-
oles who mished over two runs
in the ninth on two walks and
singles by Bob Hale and Bob
Boyd. Bob Nieman hit a two-
run homer for the Orioles and
Norm Zauchin a two-run circuit
foe the Senators,

SPOPT8

Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT

AMERICAN LEAGUE 1
W L Pt. GB
New Yerfc
Chicago
530 12
Boston
Baltimore
Detroit
Cleveland
Kansas City
Washington
.m i6Va
.419 I7V4
.411 18Vj
.455 22
.417 27
GAMBC.
i mcago at Detroit
Kansas City at Cleveland
Baltimore at Washington
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 031 010 000-$ 7
New York 012 000 023-8 13
Sullivan. Wall m irui fa ..j
Berberet; Dickson, Duren (8) and
(7-8). HR: Berber C R,,n,i,..
(10), Mantle (39), Berra (22)
Baltimore
002 000 0024 8 3
000 000 2013 T 0
Washington
Portocarrero. Hanimm a ..j
Triandos; Valentinetti, Clevenger
(9) and Courtney. WP: Portocar-
SfU13"- LP: Valentinetti (4.
3). HR: Nieman (15). Zauchin (14)
Kansas City
002 040 000-0 11
200 000 0002 5
ueveland
Herbert (5-71 anrl nhiM.
chick, Narleski (6). Mossi (8) and
Brown. LP: Woodeschick r.iv
HR: Dobv (111. frv iw
Smith (5).
Chicago
Detroit
000 000 1001 2
000 000 0000 5
Donovan (12-121 ii tj.ii.
Lary (14-13) and Wilson.

u 51

70 42
47 44
45 46
44 47
M M
40 72
15 77

rio Isthmian Amateur

Tourney

Vxmnnt

For

A new Mercurio Isthmian Am Amateur
ateur Amateur Golf champion Will take to
the link? this Saturday a Brazos
Brook Golf and Country Club.
Defending champion, Sandy Hin-
Kie, win not he able to defend
his title. Thus a new 1958 cham champion
pion champion will be crowned at the con conclusion
clusion conclusion of play Sunday, Sept. 14.
Tournament officials uree all
golfers to furnish their own cad
dies if at all possible.
Mercurio and PGA officials are
furnishing a large assortment of
silverware which will so to the
tournament 36-hole medalist and
the first four low golfers of each
flight.
The first 18 holes will be nlav-
ed at Brazos Saturday, with play-
moving to Fort Davis on Sunday.
Those who failed to sien ud. but
who wish to play, may sign In
before 11:30 at Brazos and will
be setn off after the last three threesome
some threesome scheduled. The field will
be cut to the low 16 Qualifiers in
each flight at the end of the
first 36 holes.
Pairings for the first two days
re:,
TEE No. 1
7:30 George Riley, R. Medln
ger, H. Beall.
7:37 J. Whitelaw, H. M. Thorn
as, P. Hale.
7:44 R. Hogan, R. Armitage, F.
wainio
7:51 G. E. Sivo, R. E. Betron,
n jj. coney
7:59 Don Brayton, R. H. Egolf,
u. Mansiieia.
8:06 John Everson, R. E. Pink-
ham, E. A. Dunn.
8:13 Mike Green, V. Annlchar Annlchar-ico,
ico, Annlchar-ico, R. M. Collins.
8:20 Al Kline, G. Jacks, R. Mc Mc-Conkey.
Conkey. Mc-Conkey. 8:27 J. Smith, W. LeBiun, T.
Jankus.
8:34 F. Day, S. Garriel, E. Ger Ger-rans.
rans. Ger-rans. 8:41 V. Lombroia, j. w. Riley
C. MacMurray.
8:48 A. Massott, H. Engelke
W. H. Morrow.
8:55 W. W. Engelke, A. Tapla
E. P. Browri.
9:02 W. Hardie.P. Badonsky,
W. Esslinger.
9:09 L. Collett, G. Kosik, P.
Moran.
9:16 T. Connor, D. Mathieson,
D. Hause.
10:30 J. Hawkinson, J. Klrkley,
H. Goodnough.
10:37 J. Olsen, E. Compton, P.
Richmond.
10:44 C W. Clover, E. T. Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, S. B. Purdy.
10:51 H. Mitten, J. DcsLondes
t m m T T 1 1
jr., a. 1 mens.
10:58 J. Deslondes, Sr., D. Leon Leonard,
ard, Leonard, C. A. Babb.
11:05 J. M. Rice, R. W. Capp.
J. I. KIncald.
11:12 A. D. Hurr, A. O. Hume.
S. I. Schlegel.
11:19 L. E. Kirk. R. Rubt. O.
Roth,
11:26 A. Galindo. J. Ridsr. R.
Dehlinger.
11:33 A. Saarlnen, H. Toledano,
J. Hlnkle.
11:40 W. Wilson, Q. French, R.

NATIONAL LEA OUf

W L Pet, OaV
79 54 .594
70 43 JU 1
70 43 .524
' -mmm
m .41$ ml
".4znsV-
1 73 .455 iti :
SI 72 .444 19Vi

Milwaukee
S. Francisco
PiHbur9h
Cincinnati
St. Louii
Us Angeles
Chicago
Philadelphia
: TODAY'S GAMES
St. Louis at Chicago
on rrancisco at Los Angeles 5
Milwaukee at Phikdeiphh
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
YESTERDAY'S astiiiTt
Milwaukee 060 000 oss n 11
Philadelphia 000 001 004-5 10 s
Spahn (18-10) and CraadaU;
Morehead He,rn (8) and Lopa'a
LP: Morehead (1-4). HR- Adcock
(17), Repulski (13), C0
(12 Innings)
St. Li.
014 002 MA nma ia 4
oui -i -rr t
mcw. iuu iM. 100 non 7 14 1
Jones, Brosoio (S) and Green;
Drott, Phillips (3), Elite
Henry (10), Hobbie (12), and Nee Nee-man.
man. Nee-man. WP: Brosnan rifljti to.
Henry (4-4). HR: Bank (42 1.
Thompson (18), T. Taylor.
Pittsburgh 001 102 Aftni ia e
Cincinnati 000 121 SteT 12 1
Raydon. Smith rsv PnrUrf.oM
(SPSWPJ. (). f (7) and Hall,
Foiles (6); Acker, Schmidt (7).
Fena (8 and Btirvaa run.
Schmidt (3-5) LP: Gross ().
Sao Francisco 020 001 iBli 1 a a
Los Angeles 110 100 0025 12
JSK?.' worthmgton and Thom Thomas;
as; Thomas; Williams, Birrer (2-), Xoufax
(3) and Pignatano. WP: Koufa
(10-9). LP: Woi4Wno-f Ti.-n
Sn1derP;gl3).t,n0 (9' Pf

To Have New Champ;

2
W. Owen, w. L. Wteckhorsi i
11:47 J. Kline, l. Dehlinger, ft
Sanders.
' TEE No. If
7:30 Joe Salterlo, John Salte Salte-rio,
rio, Salte-rio, H. L. Clarke.
7;37 A. Bernstein, W. Watson,
H. Finn. 3
! 7:44 W. A. Rogers, L. m. Meier,
j J. R. Horan.
7:51 J. A. Smith Ud Stontt n
T. Fry. '.
:59 ,T. J, Emmett, I. w. Em Emerson,
erson, Emerson, W. Conger.
8:06 D. E. Myers, M. 8. Rob Roberts,
erts, Roberts, R k. Hazard.
8:13 K. D. Berbere, L. Coffman,
H. C. DeRaps.
8:20 E.M. Poole, Masenga, A.
L. McDuff.
8:27 R. J. Hodberry. A. T. En-
r, R. M. Anderson.
8:34 R. W. Fuller. J. W. Mor
gan, M. L. Ogden.
8:41 Dave Brown, W. A. Sulli Sullivan,
van, Sullivan, John Stuart.
8:4a J. Lally, M. H. Mahone,
W.May.
8:55 T. T. Donovan, H. P.
borne, R. Saday.
9.02 P. Hertgen, Hi Butler,
C. W. Toth.
9:09 K. Bennet, W. Orow, Nel Nelson.
son. Nelson. 9:16 J .Cain, R. Lv Boyer, w.
French, R. R. Fiel.
10:30 A. Jones, B. Mercer,
Stetn. ..'-.
10:37 R. Johnson, T. Bpfcncer,
N. Farnsworth.
10:44 C. L, Jones, W. De La
Mater, W. Mederios.
10:51 L. Yeager, G. Coffey, W.
C. Garvin.
10:58 Al Minor, W. T. Jamie Jamie-son,
son, Jamie-son, j Denlng.
11:05 R. Masino, L. V. Castro,
H. R. Terry.
11:12 R. Jaramlllo, 3. F. Ward,
R. Gleason.
11:19 B. J. Dorfman, J. D. By By-erley,
erley, By-erley, M. L. McCullough.
11:26 M. T. Moody, M. 8. Pap Pap-cun,
cun, Pap-cun, c. E. Bowden.
11:33 T. W. Napier, Babe Mar Mar-quard,
quard, Mar-quard, Robin Morland.
11:40 L. J. Eberenz, H Shoff.
J. Crichton.
Major League Clubs
Propose Florida
Rookie Winter Loop
ST. LOUIS (UPIWLtodv and
Von. McDaniel, the 160,000 bona
brothers who created a sensafoa
last season, were among 10 play players
ers players recalled from minor leai'io
farm clubs today by the St. Lout
Cardinals.
Lindy won IS games -for the
Cardinals last season while Von
had a 7 5 record and pitched a
one-hitter against the Pittsburgh
Pirates.
But neither was effective Una
year and each made the long trek
back to the minor

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SAN FRANCISCO (NEA) Tlie
United States Amateur Golf Chart
pion ship lost much of its glamor
after Lawson kittle completed his
Little Grand Slam la 1935 winning
the British and American touri
ment in successive years. The

son of the Army doctor was t' .-

to dominate the simon pure

side.
The public got better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with the amateur golfer during
the days of Francis Ouimet, Chick
Evans, Bobby Jones, Max Mrs-

ton, Jess Sweetser, George I Von
J im. Johnny Goodman and Little

The professionals were not then
starting a tournament every Thurs
day. The amateurs quali ied on the
site. There were more 36 hole
matches and a seeded draw
brought the quality shotmakers
down to the finish.
But the Amateur recoups con
siderable of its last glory this year

Iwhen E. Harvie Ward, Jr., re

turns to the ranks in his folf -wise
adopted San Francisco over the
lush Lake coarse of the Olympic
Country Club, Sept. i-13. Ward,
the chatty Tarboro. N. C, collegian
who settled in the Golden City af after
ter after World War II, definitely is the
one to be ft
After being half of the Eddie
Lowery entry for two or three
years, Ward, now 32, lost his ma ma-teur
teur ma-teur standing for year because
the United States Golf Association
felt that he was not playing the
game solely as a non-remunerative
or non-pro it-making sport. Thf o o-ther
ther o-ther hali of Automobile Dealer Lo
wery's task force Ken Venturi be became
came became welcome addition to the
pros.

)n" this particular qui show

trouble was tnai me

htative contestant, nauupicMu

lr toe climactic mom-mi, aim
Biauatively coached, suddealy

inexplicably aevisteu .w

ifrommy Loughran had one Une

lay . I accept . .anu wu
i re.ired light heavyweight

gmpion suffered a loss pi
miirv i nt elected to impro-

e, $32,000, to the horrr and

ony of nis neanous ms

Bates, went down tne uram.

mars an me guy mj k

one line," growiei iNe

own, wno nan aiseinm

loup of prite fighters t j com-

against ur. Joyce riu
TV's '$64,000 Question." ine

ctof being a woman psyrmainsi

iose absorption an ring mre

1 or may not be peculiar to
KBesiionai Freudians,
f Tor weeks continued Browh.
Mk Row alumnus and broad-

publicist, "I keep uammer uammer-awayx
awayx uammer-awayx at one theme, That

ire isn't anything. eMftl wjwwn
out btemg thir dWtof doesn t

oW. That no matter wnai an-
er she gives to any quest-on

T 'accept. In tnM wiy wm

rst we can do 8et

come rigm our. ana say u,
actually got it in the bag."

On Brown's squ -i

uehran. were. Abe Atieu,xio

scobar, Billy Graham, Paddy De
arcb, Tiger Jonjes and Two-Ton I

tony uaien o, a pageant w caw-j

lower reiici ranging in uivi
mis irom bantamweight ta hea-;

weieht. Showmanstiip oictftt-;
a' weekly weight progres '!-, I

ar ing wi n tne Daniam, cios-

wilh the heavy.
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For &ix weeks Ihey did, faith

fully, implacably. Far from being

tempermentally upset by relega relegation,
tion, relegation, heavy weight Galento re responded
sponded responded loyally with old school
u tervor . "This doctor nas
just answered a question and be before
fore before the quizmaster can ever ask
whether he accepts or challenges
Tommy blurts out 'I accepi.'
Now it's the wind up, eat.i side
has reached what is known in
Giveaway Land as Hit' :' v-m
plateau, hence a total of $64,000
is involvei 'ihe prizt -"M: a i

accept a wrong answer and still
be assured o $32,000, for this is
the night the competition ends.
The question: In what round
did Archie Moore knock out Bo Bo-bo
bo Bo-bo Olson? Dr. Bro hers correct correctly
ly correctly answered the third. Week aft aft-fr
fr aft-fr week the fighters response
had infalliby been the same, in

stantaneous and emphatic. ."I
accep;."
"Even the quizmaster can't be believe
lieve believe his ears," groaned Brown,
when Loughran says, 'No, it was
the fourth rqund,: He .ask him
fgm, helptuf like aTVo T
i-iha still insists it's the' fourth,
not the thjrd. For a light punch puncher
er puncher Loughran was murderous ti't
nigh. Knocked us out of a big
$32,000.". ;, T

THI LAKE COURSE IS NOT
Ward's home layout although he

f has played it many times. He was

t ed for the lead going into the

last two rounds of the memorable

V S. Open there in 1955, when

Jack Fleck's magic soell enah'eiJ
him to shoot three of five consecut
ive rounds under 70 and beat the

great Ben Hog an in the playoff.
The Lake Course is on the shn-i
side as championship layouts go,
6,680 yards, but for obvious rea reasons
sons reasons plays considerably longer.
Thickly tree-lined and with ex extreme
treme extreme rough, if gave nearlv alf of
the pras a bad time. Par is 35
35-70.
"Ttv

'One Lousy Lin.'
Some minutes later most of the
frus rated prize fighters had ga gathered
thered gathered moroiely in tony Canzo Canzo-neri's
neri's Canzo-neri's near-by bistro, and if they
hadn't ever heard of' Dot to, it
wasn't because of its phoneic kin kinship.
ship. kinship. to1 bio to.
As the closing hour approached
they were still trying Wearily to
rationalize the Lcughran disaster.
. ." One lousy i e 'i
the bum blows tL and he's up-

We'd probably have still made Psed to be the one with brains.
1 reflected Brown, "if the pro-1 A cynical insinuation that the

people hadn't tampered w'u "8' "eavy inigui nave reson-

know, make a private deal for
himsel.". .was dismissed with
scorn. . ." For one thing, he
ain't that kind of dude. Besides.

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CHICAGO (UPI)-Herb Scores

leng layaf" since July 15 sespes

to have affected his fielding more
than his pitching.

Ford, La r sen Get

Month To Rest Up

NEW YORK (UPI) Whiey

Ford and Don Larsen, who have

been World Series heroes for the
New York Yankees in the pas;,
have a m'nth to rest up for tlu
year's Series.

rne Cleveland Indians ace

southpaw, who had been idle with
a sore arm, returned to action
Monday when he relieved Don
Ferrarese with the bases loaded
one out, and the Indians leadirc

the White Sox, 6-2, in the ninth

inning of the first game of a dou dou-bieheader.
bieheader. dou-bieheader. He got one batter out but then

permitted three runs to score on

two errors he committed miss

ing a throw as he covered first

base and throwing wildly to home
plate before ending the game.

The Yankees got the good new s

from two doctors Monday that

there is nothing seriously wrong

v.ith the ailing arms of either

pitcher and that rest should cuie
them. The only question is whet'i
er they can come around in time
for this year's classic.
Ford and Larsen were exam examined
ined examined at Baltimore by Dr. Geuie
S, Bennett, who discussed .ii
findings with Yankee team physi physician
cian physician Dr Sidney Gaynor. Dr. Ben
nett said, "We ar in accord.
Rest should bring them around

NOT FENCED IN -Hungarian refugees who have been accepted as stateless entries for the
world fencing championships at Philadelphia are, left to right, Thomas Orley, Daniel Magay,
George Filler, coach, and Jeno Hamori.

Ruth Would Swat 100 Home Runs
Were He Active Today, Say Vets

!ram

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'Dolto'

Then this thing called

i't. the onlv one?

"Oh, it was nothing like that I

i at made a poor choice of woras

11 they did Was change the se-he ain't tmart enough

luence, so that L,ougnran tvouiu

e the final contestant.

T'is vfs ioou s-iowmanshio,

00. Loughran is photogenic, enun-

iates well and has more tne ap

pearance of a businessman man

veteran of boxing. Anyhow, ro-

ation was unimportant as long

my guys adhered to tne

cript." i v

Proprie or Canzoneri, called for

a nightcap round, and then sensi sensibly
bly sensibly ventured: "There's only one
way to look at it. Tommy must

figure the dame is wrong,
all, she ain't invisible."

After

ime

To Doctor

s

Wound

MILWAUKEE (NEA)-How does

college coach feel after losing

19 straight football games ana
Lacing a schedule that ranks ab
Sine of the toughest in the school's
bistory?

Contrary to popular notions,

Johnny Druzo of Marquette is not

a dazed man cneciung train tcnen
ules and making studied efforts to

stay away from men places, in

stead the mentor has increased
his work load and hopes and sett.

lua nanta on an ena to the dia?

trous streak that extends through

two seasons.
Marquette expects to be imprnv

d in 1951 and that is good. But

all 10' of the Warriors opponents
expect to be improved also and

that's extremely bad. Eight of
these 10 teams were responsible

for Keeping the losing streax intact
last fall. The two newcomers,
South Dakota Slate and Arizona

State, won their respective confer
ence titles. The latter won 10.
Wisconsin is picked ai a liic'y
Rose Bowl visitor. Cincinnati, De Detroit
troit Detroit and College of Pacific have
t dried help. Texas Christian is clas classed
sed classed as Southwest Conference con contender.
tender. contender. Boston College. Holy Cross
bnd Penn State an listed among
jtbe top five in the east.

Feree Heads For
Sail Lake City

As Major Threat

VANCOUVER, B.C. UP(I)-Re

e ;sr the name: Purvis James

Ferree.

. o Won the rich British Cob-m

h i Centennial eolf championship

nere Monday. Today' he is

route to Salt La,c v f j

must be considered a maid maid-threat
threat maid-threat even if the fans there

never heard of him.

The young pro, from Winston
Salem, N.C.. picked up $0,400 in

the $50,000 Vancouver event-

more than he had earned all

year.

"But this is just what he need needed
ed needed to give him the confidence."
said tournament supervisor Har
vey Raynor. "The other pros
knew before that he had all the
tools. He'll be tough Torn
now on."
Ferree, never before major
tournament winner, had rounds of
68-61-69-71270. Billy Casper re received
ceived received $3,600 for second on rounds
Of 71-B6-68 271 Tied for third
were two more of the year's ton
money winners, Ken Venturi anil
Dow Finsterwairl. They had 273
totals good for $2,350 each.
Stan Leonard, of Vancouver

came in with the best final rouni
rf the day, 65, and that ;a v e
him fifth place. He won $1,900 in
prize money, plus $600 for being
the top Canadian star.

Harvie Ward

Ward, an international star, won
the British Amateur in 1962. the
Canadian in '54 and the United
States in '55-56. He possesses na natural
tural natural talent, is accurate, consistent
straight and long I and sinks the
10-foot or more putts which spell
the difference. 1
The de ending champion is 26
year-old Lieut. Hillman Robbirs,

but his scores went up with his

flights in the Air Force.
A total of 1,477 entered which
means that many believed Ihey

had some sort of chance. The

eligible field consists of 200 of

whom 176 were determined by sec sectionals
tionals sectionals qualifying rounus anu .4
were exempt because of bein
members of the America Cup

team or former champions.

By LEW BYRER
Every time a major league ball ballplayer
player ballplayer approaches Babe Ruth's
record home run pace rather latu
in the going, such as Ernie Banks
of the Chicago Cubs is doing now
near oldtimers recall slugging
feats of the inf mortal Bambino.
Some baseball followers of the
present have wondered whether
Ruth would hit as many homers
if in his prime today as he did
some 30 years back. No one knows
of course. Present day pitchers
have added at least one pith
which is plenty hard to hit the
slider. There is night baseball.
Some eight or nine of Babe's
homers bounced into the stands.

They would be ground-rule dou

bles under the present rules.

But veteran baseball men wno

were around when the Babe was

making his records are almost un unanimous
animous unanimous in saying that Ruth wculd
hit more home runs if in his prime
today than he did.
The hall is livelier and most
fences have been moved in a bit.
Babe hit fewer home runs in Wash Washington
ington Washington than anywhere else. Oniy
34 of his T14 major league home
runs were hit there. The distance
to the fence m center and right right-center
center right-center field in Washington has been
cut some 25 feet.
Boston has 45-feet shorter
hoem run distance to center and
right-center, Chicago 25, Cleve Cleveland
land Cleveland 60, Detroit 35, Yankee Sta Stadium
dium Stadium 30. Kansas City is 45 feet
shorter than Connie Mack Stadi
un In Philadelphia, Baltimora 25
feet shorter than old Sportman's
Park in St. Louis.
The Babe hit 40 or more homes
in each of 11 seasons. No othci
slugger ever hit 40 or more for
more than five. The Babe exceed
ed the 56 mark four times. His eo

in 1927 is the all time reco.

Jimmy Foxx hit 58 in 1932, HanK
Greenberg the same number ii.
38. Hack Wilson holds the Nation National
al National League mark with 56 in '30.

SPECTRE OF THE BABE

ONLY THE SUPERIOR SHOT
MAKER realizes how difficult it
is to win the Amateur. The winner
must survive eight matches or lb

en -18 hole rounds, the last two match

being 36 noies. Any contestant witn
a hot stick might eliminate even
a Ward in an 18 hole match.
The principal threats to Ward
would seem to be fellow members
of the U.S. America Cup team
who compete' against Canada and
Mexico just prior to the main e e-vent.
vent. e-vent. They are Billy Joe Patton,
Rex Baxter, Charley Coe, William
Hyndman, Dr. Frank M. Taylor
and Robbins. Others who could go
all the way are Edgar Updegraff,
last year's Western Amateur chajn
pion; Jack Nicklaus, whiz kid of
Columbus. Ohio; Ward Wettlaufer,
runner-up in the Intercollegiate a
year ago;: Bill Campbell; Don
Cherry; Arnold Blum; Dick Chap
man; and Phil Rodgers, the Int Intercollegiate
ercollegiate Intercollegiate titleholder who went
to the quarterfinals a year ago
The Amateur is designed for
those who place their jobs ahead

of gojf, but this doesn't mean tnat

everybody in the field can't make
all the (hots.

George Hilderbrand, American
League umpire from 1912 through
'34, says the Babe would hit 10 J
or more homers a year if he were
playing under today's rules. A
rule change made in '31 would
make a big difference in Hihle
brand's opinion.
"When the Babe hit his 60 hom homers
ers homers a ball hit out of the park was
iuedged fair or foul by where it
leaves the laying field. Many of
Ruth's long drives left'the playing
field in fair territory but curved
foul before disappearing.
"I think the Babe would have

hit twice as many home runs, more

than 100 a season anyway, it ne a

had the benefit of this rule the
hitters have new.
Ted Lyons, former great While
Sox nitcher. believes Babe Kutli

would hit 68 or 70 homers a year

if he were playing today.

Sports Briefs

WINS TWO SPRINTS

BORLAENGE, Sweden (UPI)

Mai Spence of South Africa wen
two events in an international
track meet Monday night, takn.e
the 200-meter dash in 21.3 seconds
and the 400-meter run in 47.1 sec

onds.

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DAYTONA SPEEDWAY
DAYTONA, Fla. (NEA)- Inau

gural automobile racing dates or
the new two and half mile Daytosa

ORIOLES BUY PLAYERS

BALTIMORE, Md. (UPI) The
Baltimore Orioles bought firs'
baseman Bob Hale, who was hit-

ting .308, and dutneltler Chic
Certel, hitting .317, from their

Louisville farm c ub of the Am r

ican Association Monday.

LIONS RELEASE THREE
DETROIT (UPD The Detroit

Lions cut their souad to 43 Mon

day by releasing three rooKie.
tackle Dick Marazza of Clemsor,,

linebacker Bob Muller of Eastern
Kentucky and end Harry Mackcy

of Kentucky State.

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-ZACH MONROE
"He did it at just the right
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Manager Ca?ey Stengel of the
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tp'tfng al-.o") 'ch M'mroe. the
rookie who hurled a five hit, 6-1
victory over the Boston Red Sox
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("'cased tb Yp1'?' A"nr?n
League lead over the idle Chicago
White Sox to 12 games.
But, more imnortant. it eased r
Yankee pitching shortage created
by the sidelining o' Whitey Ford,
Don Larsen and Tom Sturdivant.
It was Monroe's third win buMhe
first time he went more than sev seven
en seven innings.
"He didn't look so good after we
brought him up from Denver,
tune 15," said Stengel. "But he
sure showed 'era last night."
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For
The District ot The Canal Zone
Ralloa Division
In the matter of the estate of Bus Bus-sell
sell Bus-sell W. Demers, Deceased. No. KOI,
Probate.
Notice of Time Set for Proving Will
and Hearing Application for Letters
Tes lamented-?.
NOTICE Is hereby given that a pe petition
tition petition for the probate of the will of
P.ussell W. Demers. deceased; and for
the issuance of letters testamentary to
Rosalie Demers wa filed In this Court
on Auirust 27. 1958, and that September
25. 1958 at 9 o'clock a m,, In the Court Courtroom
room Courtroom of (his Court at Ancon, Canal
Zone, has been set for the hearing of
aw'id petition, vthfti and where any
person interested may appear and con contest
test contest the same, and show cause, if any,
why said petition should not be grant granted.
ed. granted. Dated al Ancon, Canal Zone, this Au August
gust August 27, 1958.
Sara de la PeAa
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
By l.ni. tc. Harrison
Chief Deputy Clerk of Court,
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FOR RENT: One bedroom
apartment, living, diningroom,
kitchen, bath, garage, $60.00.
Via Porras No. 60. Tal. 3-1798.

FOR RENT: Apartment Via
Perrai No. 64 in fron Theatre
Eden, ana bedroom, living, din dining
ing dining room, porch, ate. Talephona
3-68S7.
$50.00 furnished apartment,
North American neighbors, Via
Espana. Phone 2-3343.
FOR RENT: Available for 2 or
3 months, completely furnished
2 bedroom, two bathroom apart apartment
ment apartment on Campo Alagre. Call 3 3-7175
7175 3-7175 during office hours or
3-1822 at night.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment, two bedrooms liv living,
ing, living, dining room, independent
services, San Francisco 86 Street
No. 6, near to Roosevelt Theatre.
FOR RENT: Modern furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
porch, kitchen and garage, in 46
(treat No. 2-61. For information
call to Tel. 3-1423.
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 between,
ween, between, two bedrooms and extra
bathroom. Suitable for two cou couples.
ples. couples. Enquire, janitor Powell at
T1-132 4th of July Avenue er
phone Hopkins, Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambra Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
$70.00. Modern furnished apart apartment
ment apartment 51 St. No. 30. $40.00
modern apartment No. 2 188 -A,
5th Street Rio Abejo. Call 3 3-7069
7069 3-7069 or 3-6480.
FOR RENT : Completely fur furnished
nished furnished apartment In Bella Vista
Ave. Mexico 69 near 43rd.
Street Phone 3-0553.
FOR SALE: Apartment, recent recently
ly recently painted, independent, garage,
.$45.00. 15th ttreet, house 13,
San Francisco. Phone 3-2744.
After 6:00 p.m. call 3 4363.
Unusual Program
Set For St. Malo's
Concert Next Week
An unusual program has been
prepared by Maestro Walter My
ers for the Symphony Orchestra
concert, on Friday, Sept. 12, at
the National Theater.
With Alfredo de Saint Malo as
solfcst, the program Includes the
First Movement of the Concerto
in D Major, opus 61, for violin
and orchestra, one of the classi classical
cal classical Beethoven's masterpiece..
This work has a noble serenity
and comparative llghthearted
ness, that placed it in a prized
category among the great musi
clan's compositions. It was per
formed for the first time on De
cember 22, 1806.
This concerto has been played
by the world s most amous vlo
llnists, including Heifetz. Elman
Menuhln and Francescatl. It is
considered a favorite for' the
real virtuosos.
Saint Malo will also play Salnt Salnt-Saens
Saens Salnt-Saens Concertstuck and the In Introduction
troduction Introduction et Rondo capriccioso,
two works of delicate beauty,
difficult ones which demand ex extreme
treme extreme ability and close coordina coordination
tion coordination with the orchestra.
The program will commence
with Brahm'S! Tragic Overture, a
brilliant, deep work of grandeur.
The Overture was written in
1880. perhaps as a prelude to a
production of Goethe's Faust in
the Vienna Burg Theater. It is
not frequently prayed and not
very well-known, but has defin definite
ite definite brilliance and demands care careful
ful careful listening from the beginning,
to understand this Brahms mas
terpiece.
Reservations for this concert
are in great demand, and a ca
pacity crowd is expected to be at
the National Theater next week.
To avoid late hour rush at the
ticket office, It is suggested that
patrons call at the Department
of Fine Arts, telephone Panama
2-0258, where reservations may
be made.
WE SELL ALL
Brand of Records...
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
12-inch LP RECORDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Across 'La Merced" Church.
Central Ave. 9-14

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A THIS Beside the Bella Vista Theatre COLON OFFICE: 15th Street and Amador -Guerrero No. 14.221.

Automobiles
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 er can be seen
Garage "Elias" Panama. Tel.
2-1995.
FOR SALE: 1951 Buick Speciel
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: 1958 Austin
Healey Roadster $2,650, call
Rodman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1948 Studebaker
coupe $140. Call 2-1305 er
85-2252.
FOR SALE: 1956 Oldsmobile,
4' doors, hardtop, hyd., radio,
ww ti as. Color Ivory over light
blue $1,800.00, $600.00 down
24 months to pay. Today's beset
buy. See jack Weir, Smoot &
Paredes.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet 4 doer
1956, low mileage, clean, one
owner, leaving. $1,300. Tel. 2 2-3405.
3405. 2-3405. C. J. Askew.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hydromatic
Chevrolet. Excellent condition,
new battery, radio, 2 new tires.
$350.00 cash or $100 down.
Tel. 6-407. Hpuse 287-1, Gam Gam-boa.
boa. Gam-boa. FOR SALE: Cadillac 4-door
sedan 60 Speoil "Fleetwood"
1957. Green and Black. Just like
now. Telephone 719 -Colon.
House No. 10.091 9th Street.
FOR SALE: Opel 1955. duty
paid, excellent condition. Tel.
3-7186 $750.00.
FOR SALE: 1958 Chevrolet 4
door Sedan Qfltixe, less then
4000 miles. Will sacrifice, beet
reasonable offer. House 765 Apt.
12. Phone Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 49 Mercury, radio,
good tlrat, feed transportation,
leaving far States, $200 er belt
offer. Phone Balboa 3096.
Whatever
Happened to
Johnny Mack Brown
In one of the great Rose Bowl
games of all time, New Year's
Dav of 1926. Albama edged
Washington, 2019.
Brightest star for Alabama, tis
he had been throughout the sea season,
son, season, was Jack Mack Brown, a
halfback. He scored twice on long
range passes from 61 and 30 yards
out and starred defensively as
well in a rugged game decided
nnlv hv a Doint after touchdown.
After his Bowl heroics, Brown
landed a job in the movies as a
cowboy star and for years was
one of the top money-makers in
"horse operas."
Whatever happened to Johnny
Mack Brnwn? His old western
movies still are being seen on tel television
evision television bitf occasionally you can
see what he looks like today when
he pops up as a character actor
in the various popular TV West Western
ern Western shows. He's a ennrl hit heavier
but you can't miss him if you
were an old Western movie fan.
FOR SALE
Frigete-4-Air conditioner
for automobiles.
Rattan Lux Furniture
Tel. 3-1293
VAUXHAll
FRESH SHIPMENT
JUST RECEIVED
4 Dr. Super Sedans
4 Dr. Station Wacom
a Built in England by
General Motors
a European craftsmanship
a Beautifully styled
Many luxury details
a Compact family car
Small car economy
a Larre trunk sna.ee
a Up to 35 M.P.G.
Pay as tittle as
$9.95
per weak
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Come in now for a
demonstration ride.
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PANAMA COLON
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Miscellaneous

FOR SALE: Table ailver, 8
persons. General Electric radio.
Porcelain kitchen table. Large
metal table, Metal night table.
Metal single bed.. Walker for
invalid. Singer sewing machine.
Ancon Boulevard $358-C. From
4:00 p.m.
Final tale, ttora closing Monday
night. Come, make choice, make
offer. Army telephones now
$2.00, switchboards, big, email,
field wire, all typai, radio tubal,
electronic equipment, Relays,
I rays, Newly overhauled, Royal
typewriters 1 50.00) 'adding ma machine,
chine, machine, three speed, Columbia,
fable portable phonograph
(35.00) office and' electrical
typewriters needing soma work.
Office desks, tables metal, wood,
newly overhauled Dick motorized
and hand mimeographs. Heavy
duty tractor, towbar, stove parts,
bureau, new eoundscribor dictat dictating
ing dictating machine, combination, com complete
plete complete office and portables vary,
cheap. See at No. 90 Calle Estu Estu-diante,
diante, Estu-diante, opposite National Insti Institute,
tute, Institute, near Panama American.
Telephone 2-3142.
FOR SALE: Long playing
records with 50 discount,
clastic and popular, A6ENCIAS
DIAZ, Calle 37 No. 6-A.
FOR SALE: Spinet piano. Good
condition. "Q" straat No. 1
Heusa 121, Calidonia.
YOUR FEET HURT?
trained Chiropodist will relievo
any foot trouble, corns, eallone.
ses, Ingrown tee nails, foot n&as n&as-eage.
eage. n&as-eage. etc.
Services "SCHOLL'S"
Produces
1. Araseniena Ave. 33-48
Tel. 3-2217
ffb Magic Super Seasoner
AJI-N0-M0T0
(Monosodlum Glutamate)
Available new In the
Canal Zona.
Classes In Ballet Tap and
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
S DAY
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave every Tues. and Frl.
FIDANQIJE TRAVEL
Tel. Panama 2-1661
International Jewelry
155 Central Ave.
NEW I
MjNICA
SPEEDLITE 40
ONLY $2 4.10
BANTAMWEIGHT
ONLX 2.3 Lbs.
Panama
Colon
BLAST WRICKS PORT
OSLO, Norway (UPI) The Nor Norwegian
wegian Norwegian Defense Ministry yester yesterday
day yesterday ordered an urgent inves'iga inves'iga-tion
tion inves'iga-tion of an explosion that wrec!i
Norway's largest Artie coastal for fortress
tress fortress at Harstad, some 1,000 miles
north of Oslo. 5 men were m'
sing and ieared killed in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's blast at Harstad one of the
main NATO bastions in the Arc Arctic
tic Arctic area. The huge fortress still
smoldered more man is ours
after the first explosions ripped
through ilockj of munitions

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Home Articles

FOR SALE: Furniture 0304
Cable Heights from I a.m.
FOR SALE: Maple settee and
table, Chinese chest, now waffle
iron. Now kitchen knife lot.
Misc., lamps crystal and other
items, leaving, mutt toll. House
1553-B, Balsa Straat, Balboa.
REFRIGERATOR Nine cm. ft.
Westinghouse. Now 60-cycht
unit. $60. 04 IS Venade Stroet
Balboa 1209.
FOR SALE: 1 Vanity and bench
$35.00, St. Judo Building 2311,
Rio Aba jo Straat 4-A.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 9 cu cubic
bic cubic foot full with freexcr top.
Good running condition. Vary
clean and attractive. Philco $85..
Phone Panama 3-1641.
FOR SALE: 12 cubic foot up upright
right upright Hotpoint frooiar. Excellent
condition, $295.00. Quarters
61-B, Albrook AFB. Phono 3209.
FOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus.
Really Beautiful modern Rattan
living and diningroom tot -Pagoda
style. Spinet piano. Phono
Coco Solo 708. House 2J6-D.
Real Estate
FOR SALE: At Sabanai, "Club
X". Lot of land, 26x43 square
motors with 3 houses conflicted
on property. Enough space for
mere construction. Write Libe Liberia
ria Liberia Preciado, Box 71, Panama.
Today s Opening
STOCK PRICES
NEW YORK, Sept. 4 (UP1)
Stocks edged higher at a moaer
ately active opening today.
Selected issues opened as fol
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Chester Adams f
Dies. Burial Set
For Tomorrow

Chesterfield Adams, M-vear-old
Barbadiari resident of Pant-

ma City, died ysterday In Santoi

Tomas Hospital.
Funeral services have been

scheduled for tqmorrow at 3:30
p.m. in the Santa Ana Church,

followed by burial in the Herrera
Cemetery.

Mr. Adams is survived by
children: Albert, Julleta and

his
V

ronica.

Rooms

FOR RENT: Modern construc construction
tion construction consisting f largo airy
rooms, $15.00 and $16.00 each.
Apply 283S, 13th Street, Ria
Abejo.
Lesson
Dorasa Waitai School of Danc Dancing;
ing; Dancing; Ballroom, Ballet. Too, Tap,
Acrobatic, Modem Jin, Knights
of Columbus Hall. 2-2363.
Wanted Employment
Job wanted by experience cook
with reference preferable in
Gambo.. Tol. 757. Colon.
Boats & Motors
GOR SALE: 14" Ft. boat ww
tiros, tow hitch 7'x bj.pt. West
bond motor, gas tank 265.00.
Call S4-32S3 Or see at Qtrs.
362-B Ft. Kobbe.
FOR SALE. REAL BARGAIN.
16 ft boat, covered with Fiber
Gross, with 35 h.p. Johnson mo motor
tor motor and trailer, all now. Sacrifice
price. San Francisco do la Co Cole!
le! Cole! a 4th. Street No. 12. Tele Tele-phono
phono Tele-phono 3-7312.
Planes Search For
Transport Missing
Since Tuesday
WIESBADEN, Germany, Sepi
4 (UPI) U.S. Air Forces in Eu"
lppe 'are searching the moun
tains of Turkey Jor the C-138
transport and its ereur of 17
missing since Tuesday, Air Force
headquarters said today.
' The pljne Was heading to towards
wards towards the American air base at
Adana, Turkey, when It disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. so4t Is presumed to have
gone down in the wild mountains
nearby.
Two teams of parachuting
medics are accompanying search
planes and could parachute to
their aid if the missing airmen
were found alive,
YANKS GET HELP
NEW YORK (UPI) The New
York Yankees hve recalled rifht
bander Johnny James from Rich Richmond
mond Richmond to; bolster their sapoir?
pitching staff. James, wbo had an
8-9 record with the International
League team, reported tn th
Yankees he "ore Tuesday nieht'a
game with Boston.

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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A", DIABLO
OX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONI BALBOA 3709
Domestic Employment
-WANTID: English speaking
maid with references. Call 3 3-7243
7243 3-7243 after 6 p.m.
Commercial Sites
Mercedes Building. Do 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. Tal.
2-3436.
Sports Briefs
BRUINS OPIN DRILLS
BOSTON (UPI)-Fifth players
will report to Coach Milt Schmidt
of the Boston Bruins wnen itie
National Hockey League club
opens training here Sept. 14.
MRS. DIZ RECOVERS
PHOENIX, Arii. (UPIl-Mn.
Patricia Dean, wife f former
pitching great Dizzy Dean, is re recovering
covering recovering from food poisoning at a
Phoenix hospital. Mrs. Dean a
local resident, entered the hospital
Monday morning.

Mrouna ine worm in su fnases

At El Panama
Continuing its new policy of
engaging artists of a high cali caliber
ber caliber for the entertainment of
the Bella, Vista Salon patrons,
the El Panama Hilton hotel has
announced that starting to to-nlght,
nlght, to-nlght, the unpredictable PEPE
MILLER, famous mimic, will
perform twice nightly at 9 and
10:30 in the Bella Vista Salon,
fPSPE MILLER, Cuban na
tionality and the most sensa
tional mimic of the world, lust
finished an engagement at the
Sam Soucl in Havana.
at the

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WANTED: 3
or apjrrmenT with rurnisnea
t. a. .'iL at 1 I
commoames, vrriTt ex
Painimi.
WAkJTIPt. B..LL. S UL-
" -is i ngt HPsptlBB wan
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ncj I MUKM I CUK KCUVIKED A
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SERVICES
Protect your homo and
ry against intact daw a a
Promot scientific treatment
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Panama J. 1017 .. CI.. 1711
T.V., radio, Hi-Fi, transmit
Phono Panama 2-5111.
TELEVISION SERVICE
Prompt service
Fair prices
Boston Technicians
30 years in electronics
o wunmj uuakan I ce
r A K I nra A r ij Air ... u
TV, Panama 2-3142.
CARDINALS ASK WAIVERS
Chicago Cardinals have ask
3... :
w.ivfmv ltd ip pns v ni rn
n n 1. 1 a m i
man and quarterback Paul
son.
Hilton Tonight
linpnt.nl hniol in Ran Kalvo
He also performed in
whlnfi tnrlririaa Hat IPnunfnf
bleu and the Americana.
xvu win juvt rxjrxv iviiL,
the man of the thousand i
um 1 vi uiunr, aiouon me r.
in so Phases"... Along
orchestra will plav as usual
flanclnB in the roof i
top
1411 Panama.
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BEAUTY SHOP
7:00 p.m. V
tips on the beat Satu
7:00 p.m.
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MAY BE CALLED ON FOR GUARD DUTIES SEPT. 15
WHEN EMBATTLED CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL REOPENS
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 4 (UPI) Reports wtr growing today that Fedaral official are recruiting U.S.
marshal's deputies from the Little Rock area for possible guard duty at embattled Central High School.
Although the U.S. Marshal's office here declined comment, it was learned at least 10 persons from northeast
Arkansas applied for temporary duty as deputies yesterday.
And sources in three Arkansas cities said that Federal agents had contacted citizens for possible duty at the
school when it opens Sept. 15.
Gov. Orval Faubus, who said yesterday he had heard reports of the recruiting activities, returns to his office
today after a short rest at an undisclosed location.
The Right Rev. Robert B. Brown, Episcopal bishop of Arkansas who organized a churchgoers "moral force
for peace and order" when the integration crisis loomed last year, flew to Washington yesterday to confer with

top administration aides.
White hecklers shouted insults
at Negro children entering inte integrated
grated integrated schools yesterday in
Greensboro, N.C., and Van Bu Bu-ren,
ren, Bu-ren, Ark.
At. Norfolk. Va.. a federal judge

denied a School Board motion to

defer the enrollment oi n ne negroes
groes negroes in six white schools for one
year.
These were the highlights of
the school-opening crisis stretch stretching
ing stretching from the South Atlantic Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard to the Oklahoma border.

Other developments:
CHARLOTTE. N.C. A Negro
brother and sister. Gus and Gir Gir-vaud
vaud Gir-vaud Roberts, entered otherwise
white high schools without inci incident
dent incident except for a firecracker
burst that apparently was a

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overs holdovers from last year's integration

in Charlotte, which drew the
line at further Negro enrollment

in white schools.
ALEXANDRIA, VA. Attor

neys for the National Assn. for

the Advancement of Colored

People attempted to show a U.S.

District court that 30 Negroes
were rejected from Arlington
County schools in the Washing

ton, D.C., suburban area solely
because of race. The NAACP
sought an order for the students'
immediate admission.
LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Show Showdown
down Showdown suspended by postpone postponement
ment postponement of school opening until
Sept. 15 after Supreme Court
rules on Integration stay. Gov.
Orval Faubus has promised to
oppose any integration order by
peaceful means.
FULTON, KY. Nineteen Ne Negroes
groes Negroes attended Fulton High
School for first time with 162
white pupils under orders of the
U.S. District Coupt at Paducah.
Integration also tl rted for first
time at Bardstown and at two
high schools in Nelson County.
GULFPORT, MISS. A citi citizens
zens citizens auxiliary police was formed
to assist regular officers If a We We-rto
rto We-rto minister. Clennon King, car

ried out plans to enroll his six--

year-old daughter in a white
school. King, who personally

tried to enter the University of

Mississippi several months aeo

has been conferring with the

NAACP in New York. His where whereabouts
abouts whereabouts was not certain.
A handful of whites waving
Ku Klux Klan banners hooted
at five Negro children, who en entered
tered entered classrooms with hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of whites in Greensboro.
Police kept a careful eye but
there was no violence.
The Rev. George Dorsett, who
said he was the chaplain of the
local Klan, vowed to "do some something
thing something about this in the next few

i days

"We're sizing up the situation,
we have more people," Dorsett
said. He said his group did not
plan to demonstrate in Winston Winston-Salem,
Salem, Winston-Salem, where the second year of
integration begins tomorrow.
Two other Negroes who were
integrated In Greensboro last
year, Jimmy and Brenda Flor Florence,
ence, Florence, were reassigned at their
parents' request to Negro schools
at the last moment.
At Van Huron, on the Arkan Arkansas
sas Arkansas River near the Oklahoma
border, white pupils and signs
reading "Go Home Niggers"
greeted Negro students enter entering;
ing; entering; an integrated school. Po Police
lice Police circled the school grounds
to prevent incidents.
In Alexandria, Va., a Negro
educator testified yesterday that
22 Negro students turned away
from Arlington County white
schools as academically behind
were qualified to enter the
schools of their choice.
The testimony of Thomas H.
Henderson, dean of the College
of Virginia Union University at
Richmond, came as attorneys for
30 Negro students sought to
prove in Federal District Court
that the Ar'infrton County
School Board refused them ad admittance
mittance admittance to white schools solely
on grounds of race.
Henderson, called as a wit witness
ness witness by the NAACP, told the
court that an examination of
school personnel files showed
that the Negro children could
and should be assigned to
white schools they sought to
enter.
This was directly opposed to
the School Board contention
that, among other reasons, the
22 students should remain in Ne Negro
gro Negro schools because they were
scholastlcally behind white Pu

pils in equivalent classes. This
was the orrly taon given in six
rejections. I
Henderson's testimony came
after Federal Judge Albert V.
Bryan set forth the purpose of
the hearing in the second day of
arguments on the integration
case.
Bryan said the question was
whether or not there was evi evidence
dence evidence to support the School
Board's refusal to assign the Ne Negroes
groes Negroes to white schools, or wheth whether
er whether the board's action was "capri "capricious,
cious, "capricious, arbitrary and unlawful."
, Frank D. Reeves, NAACP at attorney
torney attorney representing the Negro

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LONDON. Sot. 4 (UPI) A

mob of Negro and white vow this

armed with broken bottles clash

ed in London's congested slums

early today in the fifth straight
night of race riots which may
bring a crackdown on unrestrict unrestricted
ed unrestricted colored immigration.

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Te disturbance was far les
severe than the riots in Lon London's
don's London's run-down Nott' g Hill di district
strict district and police quickly broko
up the fight and arrested 23 of
Mm brawlers. Tree were juve juveniles
niles juveniles under the age of 16.

rne ngnt started when a group
nf white man anH "TaAA Qn.f'

British juvenile delinguents
converged on a club near Eds; Eds;-ware
ware Eds;-ware Road frequented by Ne Negroes.
groes. Negroes. A furious free-for-all broke
out.
Residents of the neighborhood
watched from the windows while
police rushed up in police cars
and trucks and pitched into tb
youths struggling in the gut gut-tors.
tors. gut-tors. The youths flung their bot bottles
tles bottles against the club wall and
some tried to floe.
Heavy rain staved off other
clashes in the Ntting Hill shim
district where as many as 2000
youths have been involved in race
riots during the week. Police there

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are heavily reinforced and accom

paniecl cy ponce dogs.
Race riots are a new phenome phenomenon
non phenomenon in Britain which looks down
its nose at the integration issue
in the United States.
The British riots started in Not Nottingham,
tingham, Nottingham, a war-shattered city 100
miles north of London which is
noted for its nrettv and sDortv

girls.

As far as anybody can see after
an evening in the trouble ceater,
the provocations come from both

sides.

The rioters seem to see them themselves
selves themselves as heroes in a cheap gang gangster
ster gangster movie. Their entertainment
costs nothing.

Weather Or Not

This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrographic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal
TEMPERATURE:
High 88 85
Low ...K 75 78
HUMIDITY:
High 97 90
Low 71 82
WIND:
(max. mph) NW-15 N-16
RAIN (inches) T .04
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) 82 85

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 5

7:47 a.m.
8:10 p.m.

1:51 a.m.

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sharp contrast to the window
smashing of die previous three
nights in the Netting Hill area
around Blenheim Crescent,
It began to look like a dull
night. The pubs closed, and the
streets emptied.
But soon troublemaking youths
drove up in cars from other parts
of London. A truck unloaded six
armed with clubs. A boy not more
than 15 stood in the road in a
leather jacket, flaunting his club.
Negroes emerged from the tene tenements.
ments. tenements. Many live six to a room.
With them were white eirls wear wearing
ing wearing bright clothes, tight-fitting

sweaters and dyed blonde hair.

Suddenly a bottle of flaming
gasoline arched across the road

way from a hidden alleyway and

crashed in the middle of the Ne Negro
gro Negro group.
The flames roared up the paint paintwork
work paintwork of a liquor store next door
to the club. The Negroes scattered

and four police cars roared up
to the scene.
By this time, the Negroes were
back op the corner by the Bluet
Club. They stood there jeering un until
til until the police cars returned.
Police cars hurried them along.
The mob surged to another cor cor-ner.
ner. cor-ner. Police repeated the proces.

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ROBESON MEETS KHRUSCHEV American linger Paul
Robeson (right) smiles as he meets with Soviet Premier Nikita
Khrusohev at Black Sea summer resort, near Yalta, RobeaoM
and his wife are currently touring Europe.

BONING UP Jefferson Thomas (right), one of the nine Negro

students who attended Little Rock's Central High Scnooi last
year, listens as his father, tills Thomas, helps him with hla
lessons. The Little Rock schools Is scheduled to open Sept. 15.
Gov. Orval Faubus warned that integration will bring blodshed.

children, then cross-examined
Bernard Joy, a School Board
member who testified Tuesday

that the students were barred
from white, schools on grounds
other than race.

Joy said under questioning
that he believed that a white
student who lived near a Negro
school would be assigned to
that school if the pupil so de desired.
sired. desired. "The desire of the student is
the factor," Joy said.
Reeves asked Joy whether five

of the Negro students wouia
have been admitted to white

Washington Lee High School if
Mice and "other criteria" we're

not considered by the School
Board.

joy said that was correct. He

said that from a geographical
standpoint alone, the Negroes
met the requirements for attend

ing the school.

Henderson recite aimorma aimorma-tlon
tlon aimorma-tlon on the IQ's of the 22 re rejected
jected rejected for scholastic reasons,
including their scores on a a-chievement
chievement a-chievement tests and other
material from the school files.
He said he believed 12 were

fully qualified for the grades in

white schools for which they ap

plied.

Seven otners, ne saia, were

slightly behind but should be as assigned
signed assigned to the next higher grade

In a white school on a prooauon prooauon-ary
ary prooauon-ary basis.

Henderson said the other three

were behind the norm tor pe periods
riods periods of up to three years. But he

contended they should be moved
to white schools and either put

into lower grades or assigned to

remedial classes.
Meanwhile in Montgomery,
Ala., police seized Negro minis minister
ter minister Martin Luther King for loi loitering
tering loitering at the courthouse and
the noted leader of the Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery bus boycott said later
he was m a n h a n died and
thrown into a dark, bare cell.

King said that police also

threatened to arrest his wife
outside a courtroom. He blamed

the incident on "people in pow

er" rather than the police and
expressed repentance for the
whole nation "from the Presi

dent on down" for an attitude

of "retreat and slow up" toward

the Negroes' drive for equality.

Police Chief J. G. Ruppenthal
said that King was placed in a
regular detention cell for ""about

10 minutes and then was allow allowed
ed allowed to make his own balL He said
the minister had refused to move
from a courtroom doorway when
asked and was arrested.

"As far as I know, there was

nothing rough or unusual In this
case," Ruppenthal said.
But Kins said he was stand standing
ing standing outside the courtroom,
where a case involving one of
his integration supporters was
being heard, when officers
asked him and other Negroes
to move on.
"I asked for a lawyer and they
said 'If you don't get down out
of here you are going to need a
lawyer'," King said.

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