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The Panama American
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Mrman, 45, and his wife,
seriously injured.
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A six-year-old boy was killed
and eight persons were injured
yesterday when a. speeding car
crashed-Into bank on a curve
and turned over on the high highway
way highway near tbefeaJB&a'
: A airweekend accident
Panamanian neaped with mi minor
nor minor injuries after a car and a
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perea, died as a result of Injur Injuries
ies Injuries received when -the cardriv-i
en by his father, Alejandro,
turned over on the highway.
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mas Hospital critically injured.
I Others In the car, who sut
fered injuries requiring hospi
talteation are: Jose A. Carca Carca-mo.
mo. Carca-mo. Ana, J. Dominguez; Pedro
Caballero, Rosarto E. Perez,
Bernabe Perez. Natalia Perez
and Jose Samuel Fernandez.
Bvewitnessee said the car
turned over several times before
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The other accident involved
ill automobile driven by
L. F u r m l n, 45, who works
at PAD, and a truck operated
by Higinio Sanchez, 45, while
both vehicles were headed to
the Interior from Arraijan.
Police said Sanchez crashed
into Purman's car while trying
to get back in line to avoid a
head-on collision witn mi n
comine car after he had speed
C past two cars on the road
to Chorrera.
The ctash sent the two cars
eff the toad and plummeting
down a 75-foot drop, turning
over several times as they fell.
Neither Furman, his wife, nor
Sanchez suffered anything more
than minor cuts and bruises
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(above) driven by his father, Alejandro Perez, crashed into a mud bank and turned
over on a dangerous curve near the town of Cauira. Eight others were Iniured.

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Striking White Students Return,

Negroes Shun
. VAN BUREN, Ark., Sept. 8

white students striking against the integration ol van Kuren
High School retur.-vd to classes today but 13 Negroes refused
to come back.
A prominent NAACP lawyer disclosed that he will ask a
U.S. District Court -to act against the strikers, of whom 28 re remained.
mained. remained.
North Little Rock High School opened today segregated,
despite rumors that Negroes would try to integrate it. They did
last year and were, turned away, ;. ;iJ58
Police and defectives in four squad cars and thre of four
motorcycle policemen closely watched about a dozen white adults

stftftdin? on the corner and 30
But 1,500 white stuck
High without a Negro amo.ig
and juveniles who evidently
Walked away.
Meanwhile, in Arlington County,
VI., schools'-opened today on
segregated basis peiKfmg a deci decision
sion decision bV Federal District Judge Al
bert V- Bryah oft whether 30 Ne
gro sftideittts should be allowed to
attend white schools.
Brvan heard three days of tes
timony and arguments lastj week
on a plea by the 'Negro children
that he overrule the county) school
board and the state placement
board which rejected their appli
cations for transfer to j white
schools. 1
The judge said he would need
considerable time to consider
the ease end, also wanted to de delay
lay delay a decision until after the
U.S. Supreme Court rule on the
Little Rock, Ark., integration.
Bryan advised the schooliboard
to open schools on a segregated
basis and' told, the Negro students
that returning to their old schools
would not prejudice their ftght to
attend white schools later.
Discussing tht Integration prob prob-.
. prob-. lam on a televised program yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, Gov. Robert B. Meyner
of New Jersey said that Presi President
dent President Eisenhower should come
out openly in support of the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court's school integration
decision.
"I couldn't disagree with him
more than when he said it was
not his duty toi comment on a
Supreme Court decision," Meyner
said.
The governor, in a television in interview
terview interview (ABC-College News Con Conference),
ference), Conference), said Eisenhower should
take a public stand because this
"is the most important issue in
our international affpirs."
"It is the crux of whether we
are going to be successful in the
Middle East and ; Africa and
Asia," he said.
Meyner predicted that Demo

ed 75
Integrated School
(UPI) More than blf if the
or 40 juveniles standing on
trooped into North Little Rock
them and the watching adults
were from some ?tMk AMfOi--
cratic candidates 4 Northern
states will "have a great deal
of support" from Negro voters
despite the segregation stand ef
party leaders in the Soutb.
He noted that there a; moder
ates such as Sen. Albert Gore who
recently won re-nominatipn in the
lennessee Democratic primary
aespne opposition, charges that he
was pro-integration,
Meyner also said 1 it was the
Democratic controlled 85th Con Congress
gress Congress "that adopted the first civil
rights bill in many years and it
got the support of many Southern Southerners."
ers." Southerners." The governor said that the Ei Eisenhower
senhower Eisenhower administration should
have done more to pave the way
toward carrying out school inte-
fgration in Little Rock, Ark., be-
lore sending troops there.
Political undertones on the
segregation issue have become
apparent in upcoming election
plans.
Little Rock has cut the field
of RepubllcaicaiWjtitet running
for Congress In the normally
Democratic South In m IfSS e-
lecrions.
A check at Republican head headquarters
quarters headquarters showed that the party
will hae about 30 candidates sek
ing House seats in 114 congression congressional
al congressional districts in tbe 12 states includ included
ed included in the GOP's "Operation Dix Dixie."
ie." Dixie." This compared with 49 in 1956.
when President Eisenhower's
name was on the ballot, and 43 in
1954, the last off -year-congression
al election.
In the six Southern senatorial
contests this year, the GOP will
have three candidates, compared
with five each in 1854 and 1956.

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Arrives
The tale of the ill-fated voyage
of the San Cristobal will long be
talked about over the bar of the
Panama Yacht Club. It was a voy voyage
age voyage which left five passengers
clinging to a barnacle encrusted
buoy; a voyage upon which the
valiant captain stayed aboard his
sinmng snip.
' It was all in the very best tra traditions
ditions traditions of the sea.
The 18-foot cruiser San Cristo
bal bad been laid up for seme
while at the Yacht Club, but yes
terday her owner Mario Herrera
decided to go for a cruise with his
wife and five friends.
Some of the planks were a trifle
leaky but the brave San Cristobal
made the trip out to Taboguilla
Island and was still shipshape for
most of the return trip in the eve evening.
ning. evening. But the sea became very
rough and at 4 p.m., as the
craft neared the mouth of the
Canal, an extra large wave bit
the Jbettem with a resounding
wallop and the cruiser sprung a
leak.
It was all hands to the pumps,
only in lieu of pumps everybody
grabbed beer glasses or hats and
began baling furiously while He
rrera turned the
torte fun
snore, wmcn was sun rather a
vague Mur o m darkening hod'
Then they sighted Panama Can Canal
al Canal Buoy No. 1 which looked at if
i! might stay afloat rather longer
than tiie battered San Cristobal.,
Upon reaching it; they made
fast with a piece of rope and He
rrera gave orders to abandon ship.
So five of the passengers four
women and a man climbed onto
the few square feet of the bobbine
buoy.
Herrera. stayed aobard the ves vessel
sel vessel together with Ms Valiant second-in-command,
Pedro Bolivar.
Indeed, even without their noble
intentions, they would have had
little choice because the rope
broke and tht San Cristobal drift drifted
ed drifted away from the five casta. casta.-ways
ways casta.-ways on the buoy. i
However, it was net necessary
for the captain to ge down with
his ship, or far the castaways
to spend mere than 109 minutes
en their wave-lashed beuy.
Help was Rear at hand In the
shape of Panama Canal launch
Oriole which took aboard the ve
on the bouy nd towed the crip
pled San Cristobal to the mine
dock at Ft. Amador where she ar arrived,
rived, arrived, waterlogged but still afloat
and with her captain standing
bravely in the bows.
Other passengers were Mrs.
Cleveland Soper,-Miss Gladys Ra Ramos,
mos, Ramos, Mr. and Mrs. Is ma el Oliva Oliva-res.
res. Oliva-res. All were residents of Pana Panama
ma Panama City,.
Pacific Youth
Group Meets
Tonight In Balboa
The annual meeting of the
Pacific Youth Association Is
planned for this evening at 7:30
at the Teen Club In Balboa, of
ficers and board members will
be elected, and annual reports
presented. Interested individ
uals are Invited to attend.

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Modernization Of Canal

WASHINGTON, Sept. 8 -(UPI)
Capt. Miles P. Duval, retired
naval officer, stated that the
Panama Canal is now moving to toward
ward toward a crucial period with re respect
spect respect to the type of its modern modernization.
ization. modernization. W',
The notentlol issue is between
a sea-level and an improved
locks canal across the Isthmus,
ana technical reports rrom con congress
gress congress are being prepared.
XnHuideraQon of this major
element of our national policy,
which will eventually involve
the expenditure of vast sums,
has been Immeasurably com complicated
plicated complicated by widespread agita agitation
tion agitation for Wrenching Canal own ownership
ership ownership and control from the
United States," Duval wrote In
the September issue of the

WITH U. S. SEV8NTH FLEET
(UPI) U. S. Navy warships
which escorted Nationalist Chi Chinese
nese Chinese supply vessels to the fringes
of Communist China yesterday
were "authorized to throw every everything
thing everything but the kitchen sink" if at attacked
tacked attacked by the Reds.
Four American destroyers, an
aircraft carrier and other U. S.
ships escorted the Nationalist
craft across the 100 mile wide
Formosa Strait to within three
miles of the Quemoy offshore is
land group and then waited within
the range of Communist guns on
the mainland for the sMps to un unload.
load. unload. The Communists did not fire a
shot.
Rear Adm. Paul Blackburn, com commander
mander commander of the U. S, Taiwan (For (Formosa)
mosa) (Formosa) Strait patrol said his ships
were prepared to bit the Commu Communists
nists Communists with everything they had if
me fieds attacked first.
"That is the law of self-preser-
Frank Wood, Banana
Dies In Hospital
Exporter In Colon,
Frank Wood, well known resi
dent of the Atlantic side who h id
been in the banana export busi-
for over a quarter of a ceuii
Hospital where be- had been a pa
tient for five weeks. Born in St.
Vincent, B.W.I., he was 71 years,
01a, ?,
Mr'. Wood came to the Isthmjos
32 years ago and had lived since
that time on the Atlantic side.
I He is survived by his wife, Mrs.
Lena Wood, who i s presently piak
ing her home with her daughter,
Mrs. Charles K. Stepp of Mar Margarita.
garita. Margarita. In addition to Mrs. Stepp, he
had two sons, Robert, of the Mira-
flores locks force and Richard, in
th banana export business in Co
lon, all of whom live on the Istti
mus, and a son, William, of Lafa Lafayette,
yette, Lafayette, La., end a daughter, Mrs.
Ruth Lyon, of Louisville, Kv
Funeral arrangements will
announced later.
be
CZ Latin American
Schools Marking
Music Week Now
Music Week be held this week,
Sept. 8 through 12, in the Canal
Zone's Latin American schools,
schedule is much that in these
schools this event is observed in
SeDtember.
A member of programs have
been planned for the Latin Ameri American
can American schools. Parents are especial especially
ly especially invited to these programs
"At Pedro Miguel Elementary
and Junior High schools, will pre pre-sent
sent pre-sent e special program, "A Day in
the Interior of Panama," at 10:80
on the morning of Thursday, in
the school gymnasium and again
at 1:30 p.m. in the same place on
tbe same day. ,
Santa Cruz Elementary and Ju Junior
nior Junior High School students will pre present
sent present "A Sing Around the World''
by primary, intermediate and ju junior
nior junior groups in the, school gyrona gyrona-ium
ium gyrona-ium on Friday, at 10:30 in 1 In In-morning
morning In-morning and again at 1:30. in the
afternoon of the same day.
Classroom programs will be giv given
en given by children of the Rainbow Ci City
ty City Elementary School during the
regular school hours tomorrow.
United states Naval institute
proceedings.
Duval was formerly port cap captain
tain captain at Balboa, and is known al also
so also as author of two authoritative
works on the history of trans trans-isthmian
isthmian trans-isthmian canal routes and con construction
struction construction of the present canal.
During World War II, he had
pharee of marine operations In
the pacific sects t the Pana
ma CaMl.
His views were presented in a
general commentary on a recent
book by W. Storrs Lee, an edu educator
cator educator of New York, "The
Strength to Move a Mountain."
Duval wrote:
"As to demands for giving up
United States jurisdiction over
the Canal zone and Panama Ca

nal, tbe author (Lee) emphasizes

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vation," Blackburn said in his
cabin aboard his flagship, the sea
Plane tender Pine Island.
"They are authorized? to throw
everything but the kitchen sink,"
he said. "We've got a hell of a
lot of aircraft in the area, but
there has been no trouble in the
air yet."
Blackburn disclosed some de details
tails details of the first U. S. Navy es escort
cort escort patrol to accompany a Na Na-tionlist
tionlist Na-tionlist convoy cross the strait.
America's decision to provide es escorts
corts escorts was. the first positive step
taken by the United States to help
the Nationalists defend their out outpost
post outpost islands.
Blackburn said the convoy
reached Quemoy during the day.
me supply snips sailed right to
the Quemoy beaches instead of un
loading, six or even miles off
shore into small barges as they
did earlier to escape Communist
artillery.
Blackburn said the American
Navy vessels were authorized o
ignore Communist China's claimed
12 miles of territorial waters and
sail to within the three-mile limit
of the islands. f
, XJ .S. officers were most con concerned
cerned concerned during .the mission By pos possible
sible possible attack from Communist
planes, including Soviet built
Mig-17's based near Quemoy, the
admiral said. However, nothing
happened.
prebabtr
will
several, he
said.
"it (Seventh Fleet activities in
the strail) is a continuing opera operation
tion operation so I suppose' this (the convoy
mission) wul be, he said.
Shot As Wild Pig.
Hunter Gets Pellets
In Knees, Left Side
Juan Batista may not look like
a wild pig but two Of his hunting
companions Saturday came close
to bringing him home as one a
dead one.
It seems that Juan, a 40 year
old Panamanian, Ermlio Carvaial.
Juan Diaz, Crecencio Para, and
Cesario Rodriguez were hunting
with shot guns in the Empire
Range srea when Carvaial and
Diaz spotted a wild pig. The men
Hrerl, hut scored a miss and hit
their friend who was standing s
short Way beyond with three pel pellets,
lets, pellets, one in each knee and one in
the left side.
Batista was admitted to Gorgas
Hosoitsl for treatment.
All the meat had hunting per
mits. Pohce
investigation
are conducting
of the incident.
an
Dag Tries To Set
Up An 'Arab'
Summit Parley
AMMAN Jordan, Sept. 8
(UPI) U.N. rSecretary-Oeneral
Dag Hammarskjold is trying to
set up an Arab, "summit" con conference,
ference, conference, preferably In Beirut, to
help ease Middle East tensions,
informed sources said today.
The Arab LeftRUe would ar arrange
range arrange such a meeting under the
Hammarskjold plan, these
sources said.
Hammarskjold was due here
later today following conferenc conferences
es conferences with Iraqi leaders in Bagh Baghdad.
dad. Baghdad.
Crucial Issue
the views of Maurice H. Thatch
er, sole surviving member of the
Isthmian Canal Commission,
former civil governor of the Ca Canal
nal Canal Zone, also a distinguished
former member of Congress, as
strongly opposing any surrender
of our rights and authority over
the Canal enterprise, either by
internationalization or other otherwise."
wise." otherwise." r
Duval said that through many
years Canal planners had failed
to consider adequately the views
of experienced navigators con concerning
cerning concerning fundamental canal
plans.
"This policy was well illustrat
ed in the design of the 1039
Third Locks project, authorized
primarily as a 'defense' measure
to accommodate larger naval
vessels." Duval stated.

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TAIPEI, Formosa, Sept. 8

opened a massive bombardment of the Quemoy islands

waay ana aesrroyea a Nationalist ammumtipn ship which
had reached the offshore islands under protection of tht)
U.S. Seventh Fleet.
A spokesman said no American ships were in the area
at the time, but Peiping Radio said eight more U.S. war war-snips
snips war-snips entered the area today.
It said "this is obviously a most dangerous act of deli deliberate
berate deliberate provocation" and that the Red Chinese foren
ministry was issuing a second "serious warning."
Meanwhile Communist Chinese premier Mao Tse-tung
expressed hope today that ambassadorial level talks be

tween Kea uninaand the

some results.
Mao told the closing session of the Communis su.

preme state conference in Peiping that renewal of tht
talks on Formosa at Warsaw could be favorable if both

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iJtio added that "the present'
situation is favorable to people
all over ; the world who are
fighting for peace."
His speech waf broadcast by
Peiping Radio, which quoted a
New China News Agency dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. -si ;
Mao announced to the state
conference last Saturday that
he was ready to resume the
negotiations which he has been
boycotting for months.
president Eisenhower issued
a White House statement
shortly afterward, saying tbe
United States "stands ready"
to meet immediately with
Chinese Communist represen representatives
tatives representatives to negotiate peace in
the Formosa crisis.
But the White House state
ment added that the United
States would hold to its posi position
tion position that It will agree to noth nothing
ing nothing in these talks that would
prejudice the rights of Nation Nationalist
alist Nationalist China.
Long and fruitless US.-Red
Chinese talks over Formosa and
other .issues were held .for al
most 2Vi years in Geneva but
broke down last December.
i'
Nationalist Sabre escorting
supply vessels to Quemoy shot
down seven Communist Migs
apd damaged two others to today
day today In the biggest aerial bat battle
tle battle of the four-year-old For Formosa
mosa Formosa Straits 'little war." It
marked a new peak of inten intensity
sity intensity In the fighting there.
The Communists. after a
three-day lull, opened up with
a bombardment of all the 14
Quemoy islands In a shelling
described by the ministry of na national
tional national defense as "very heavy."
The Communist shells rained
down on the Quemoy beaches
and damaged a landing ship,
medium (LSM). A second LSM
burst into flames after which
the bombardment abated slight slightly.
ly. slightly. The two LSMS were believed
to be two escorted to Quemoy
- Miles Duval
"It's complicated layout in
the Pacific sector of the Canal,
tortuous channel.., failure to
remove the dangerous bottle bottleneck
neck bottleneck at Pedro Miguel, and to
provide other correlated oper operational
ational operational improvements, are the
bases for opposition by impor important
tant important navigation interests to
the completion of that project
as originally planned."
Duval noted that President
Truman had sent a technical re
port on a sea-level canal to con congress
gress congress In 1947 without comment
or recommendation, and that
Congress took no action on that
report.
Duval agreed with Lee that
despite the fame of ooethals,
John F. Stevens should be con
sidered as "the basic architect of
the Panama caflal."

Red Mao

(UPI) Communist arrtti
United States iwuld, lea
arnrude.
4vajie
over
yesterday by four US. destroy
ers.
Peiping delivered its first -serious
warning" then and said
the" American ships invaded
Peiplng's 12-mile territorial lim limit
it limit which the United States does
not recognize.
Rear Adm. LIik Hoh-tu, of official
ficial official spokesman for the Na Nationalist
tionalist Nationalist defense ministry,
called the new Communist at attacks
tacks attacks "entirely provocative
because they came during the
Peiping-Washington negotia negotiations
tions negotiations to reopen peace talks,
The Communists made tha
same charge of American and
Nationalist action and said they
were bombzarding the Quemoy
today in a punitive move to pro-
4 ri It J.1 ..
i,coi, provocative- actions.
Peiping Radio also protested
joint Sino-American amphibious
operations on southern Formosa
today as a preparation for in invasion
vasion invasion of the mainland. 3e
In other
ments:
Far East
dewlflj.
The official newspaper New
Life Dally reported the uiaited
States had given the National Nationalists
ists Nationalists a number of F-100 Super
Sabers to replace the Korean
war model f-86 Sabre now In
service, there was no confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of the report.
Gen. Curtis Lemay, U.S. Air
Force chief of staff, arrived in
Taipei yesterday aboard a jet
tanker from Washington for
conferences with Chiang Kai Kai-shek
shek Kai-shek and other high-ranking
Chinese and American officer
He was met by Oen. (Tiger)
Wang Shu-ming, chief of the.
general staff, and Maj. Gen,
Thomas Moorman, commander
of the 13th U.S. Air Force W tht
Philippines.
Informed sources in Tai Taipei
pei Taipei speculated that National Nationalist
ist Nationalist warplanes in fighting over
the SwatoW area so far from
Formosa were engaged In. try trying
ing trying to seek out the enemy and
restore Nationalist air super superiority
iority superiority over the Formosa
Straits. The Communists have
a major air has at Chennai,
just outside Swatow.
-Nationalist Chinese foreign
minister Huang Shao-ku said
Communist China want to re reopen
open reopen ambassadorial talks with
the United states only because
of "their military failure a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Quemoy." He mirrored
Nationalist worry over possible
American-Communist talks.
Peiping Radio reported as
many as 100 million Chinese
were demonstrating against U.S.
actions in tbe Formosa Strait
Domestic radio broadcasts fan fanned
ned fanned hatred against the United'
States and Nationalist Chlnl
throughout the Chinese mainland.

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bo i wonaer tf l woula pe permitted to say., by way .01 a
verj inexperi opinion (1 am not a ballet critic either) how much
1 enjoyed tne opening perioroiance on eatutoay nigm.
as a ruie Daiiei is noi my cnoice lor an evening s entertain entertainment;
ment; entertainment; 1 preier my ration of culture Jaftt-JBirat ,wrpplng.
buthaving been more or lets cornered into going

Baa. Francisco iiet, I was agreeably surprisea to una -.-
03"now the reason for this could have been, not my growing
awareness of the liner artistry 01 Ballet,' buVthe fact that all
the girls in the company are extremely attractive. I imagined
all ballerinas had over-muscular legs and tragic faces, but this
group would satisfy the most exacting customer of the Folies
Bergerp But there I go again, showingr:)4iy lack of, culture.
i With their program of Saturday night, they seemed to realize-
that an audience in Panama is likely to know little about
ballet, and I am sure everybody in the crowded audience, from
the, British Ambassador in the box to the shop clerk in the
back row appreriated the fact that they gave us a colorful and
lively program wth the serious dances never too long or tedious.
;', In fact it was noticeable that the spectacular dances re received
ceived received tremendous applause whereas many of the dances which
I am sure a more sophisticated audience in London or New
Yok would have acclaimed, were only given reasonably polite
hapdclapplng in Panama.
notice their program for Sunday and for their last per performance
formance performance tonight, is in-' as lively and : colorful.
'All credit to the Ame an National Theatre.; Academy (which
I See is backed by an Elsenhower special- fund) for lending such
a delightful bunch of ambassadors to perform for us, and more
credit still to the dancers who gave a sparkling performance
In the stickv heat of the Rio Theatre and who, after a tour of

nine countries so far, seem lust as fresh as ir Panama was
their first stop. A.
- --Man-in-the -Street.

Labor News

And

Comment

Substitute

GUILTY CONSCIENCE IS SHOWING

fnm n Hnri nf Tiitt.v trirks of dishonesty unmolested.

Where would this lead? Could a supervisor then ever chasten
or bring charges against a subordinate?
lour correspondent is cynical. Apparently he thinks being
hirea on a smaU salary is a license to commit thieving tricks.
I reiuse to Believe all poor people, or people making small
pay, are dishonest. 1 know many who are not'. But "Honest
Cro4v prtlult iielievft tt, state he pparently wants
ttf prevent a line being drawn between the honest an4iblis-
And I'm a litUe-JSa-of tne tears over waiters "who aSty
make $1.50 a da. WRbody knows that most of a waiter's in income
come income is from tips.
I don't say it's a gravy train, the Tivoli waiters who are ef efficient
ficient efficient make quite a decent living. They always seem to have
money for lottery tickets.
Patron.

Sir:
t
"Honest Crook" (Mail Box, Sept. S) must have a guilty con conscience
science conscience indeed if he is plugging the idea that if a waiter is
making less money than a patron he is to be permitted to go
merrily alonn hiking dinner checka.
tui, i o n nnri. rfni nrinrinip that merely because a person

' , - n.j 1 ..o mji uuiri Dilutees
has less or makes less than you do, he JaJbA.alloweii ta.PfiIil,home Loeaw ttie-ICWiris Nii; 6,

in ban irancisco.

Not ioo many muggy days ago

tnis powerful, Pacific coast local

dispatched angry letters to Presi

dent Eisenhower, Secretary 0

State Dulles, California's Sen Ku

chel, all northern California Con
gressmen and U.N. Secretary Gen

eral Hammerskiold. This letter

carried With it denunciitinn of tlip

US. lor laWfling troops in I,eb-

non. ifj wortBC putting on the rec

ord. The outburst reads:

"Statement on Lebanonese cris

is and threat of World War:

The sending of troops to the

Middle East is discrediting the re
nutation of th US. as a dpmocra

dcy in the Jyeswrf most of the per.

fpie in the wotM 'iad especially

the Arab people..

we characterize this action as

'inter ering in the internal affairs'

of another country.

"As this dangerous situation
could well exp'ode into a horrible

atomic world war, we ask for im

mediate withdrawal of U.S. troops

11 uui ucwiiot".5s;v"' m

,"we Believe the great powers
should get together to negotiate

peacefully a settlement of a'l is

sues in the Middle East, through

lh UN or otherwise and an em

bargo on arms shinned bv the

great powmW'4ne Middle Bast

should ho declared and enforced

by the United Nations.

There were no such angry words
against the Soviet use of troops

early inTfovember 1956, when Sov

iet tank divisions wlastered, Hun J

ganan freedom ngnters against

Moody walls in Budapest

There were no Mich barbs hur

led at the SovjtetiZ'd North Korean
and Chinese COmnHinfst trooos

which ihvided Sptith Korea.. Yet
this resolution has been circulat circulated
ed circulated during this Bist month htonp.h
the miiiy divisions of Harry

It would be1 interesting to re

port Jim Hoffa'li corhmant ort the

resolution. ( :ertainiv nis new part

ner has not Kept it rom him.

HI-FI HI IN PANAMA TOO
at- & 1 1

1 TX. vnlir 1 Pttir writers who live in the Canal Zone tit

havetrruble with hi-fi ftddieti who persist in broadcasting to
the whole neighborhood, ypu should come out to listen to the
loud sounds beamed through tjhe residential area Of Panama
City hv a few inconsiderate tenants.
: The other evenim I had a RUest." Sitting in chairs only a
few feet nart, we had to raise our voices to carry on .an ordin ordin-aijy
aijy ordin-aijy conversation, above the record beamed ,.te,-e naigh-
f The funnv tning abopt it is that M1iflf1,'
turn the hi-fi highest gre the same ones who holler loudest
when people make other kinds of noise.
Please.

FOGGY FORMULA

Si: : $ ','
t '-i I ' "
' I am willing to admit that my knowledge of English is limit limited
ed limited to a vast degree, but I m ttsually able to get along with the
aid of a dictionary.
However, I find it dvfficut to fathom the didatic lucubra lucubrations
tions lucubrations of F.J.K. on how to beat the, lottery. He. seems to have
burned the midnight oil to some degree and has come up with
a Workable system for winning on the legalized numbers game
which keeps the vast majority of Isthmians glued to their radios
come 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
No doubt F.J.K. and those readers who weri; trusting enough
to play the numbers suggested by him, must nave made a few"
dollars fbr themselves two or three times ovef the last two
months. Consequently, F.J.K. probably now smugly ta&hthat
his system in foolproof, even though he hasn't come up with- a
winning number-in more than three week.
! uffiortunately for me, I did not profit from his predictions
because I like to understand things to some extent before I go
alongwith them. Not being able to get a line on lust what
F.J.ip. was talking about I balked at making any investment
on what was supposed to be his findings after much study and
deliberation.
f I venture to believe that there are others who like myself
failed to grasp the full meaning of E.J.K.'k ramblings. so for
ouf bpiefit, I hope he or anybody else who understands the
system1 would be able to give us a rundown on the system in
language that is easily understood. After all, we would like to
make a hit on the lottery once in a while, so how about being
magnanimous?
Hufuddled.

DECOY GOOSE -Air Twct SM-T3 m'm dubbtd "TKt
G9mpl w h6wn here daring a flight test tCp Canaveral;
FU. The Goose would be launched ahead of or in eoncert with
strategic missiles and manned bombers to gerve a decoy
gairmt enemy air defense systems.

v v VICTOB KIIS1L
Two powerful men. whose fol

lowers can paralyse the U.S., me.

secreuy ui WashinBton on tne

night of Monday. Aug. 25. fhey

were siranf auies. iney were

James Hofu ana Harry nridges.

Whatever else they have in com

moo, they are joined by the tact

that Hoaa's Teamsters' Union
was expelled from Uie AFL-C10

on charges of corruption and

brother Bridies' West Const

Longshoremen's and Warehouse

man s Union was expelled from
tM CIO on charges of fly-paper

aonerence to tne communist lis.

ine long Monday night conver

sation was one 01 a long sei ies.
Mr.. Bridges plans to fly in regu

larly lor these talks, which will

intensity during: th month At
the end of the nronthBridges hopes
to travel to Eunope and the Near

aasi, wnere ne will consult with
Arab leader and Ihen on to Mos Moscow
cow Moscow in Ume i"or the 12th Conbtafc

i the USSR trade Unions on Oct.
' For such a trip to Mecca, Har Harry
ry Harry Bridges has been waiting half

a luromeni pro communist Iile Iile-time.
time. Iile-time. But he did tell Brother Ho.'-

fa that he would forego the hegi
rg if it would interfere with the
launching of a coast-to-coast or organization
ganization organization of unions controlling A A-merica's
merica's A-merica's warehousing, inland
transportation, global cargo load loading
ing loading on both coasts and even the
crews of giant cargo and luxury
liners.
All this was discussed the oth other
er other Monday night, as both men i
who once vowed they'd never
meet with each other set a sched
uie for an East Coast conference
of water ront, warehouse 4 n d
teamster unions. This parley was
tentatively scheduled for the first
fortnight in September.
There will then be a Western
conference. Then they will official
ly launch their Committee on

Transportation Unity as an effec

tive national outfit. Their plans
are to arrange for all their con-

tracts with shippers, steamship
and trucking lines to expire at the
same moment. Should they strike
then, that could well be known as

tne day most of the U S stood
still.
Therefore the political position
ot Harry Bridges and the union he
dominates is more than a mere
conversation piece to tfie oeoole

of this land. Brother Bririees'

Mil lit imi inn imuMi

;' 1 bJ

i .w I m nmir

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YORK CONFIDENTIAL
By LEE MORTIMER

This is the Kick Off (Who's got elegant El Morocco reopens i-i a.

POSTPONEMENT ASKED
NEW YORK (UPI) Georga

W. Dowdy, president of the Na-

nonai rte an inercninis ab. bh
asked the Post Office Department
to postpone the imposition .of

five-cent penalty on postaga .. due

mail. Dowdy said the association

membership is especially vulner vulnerable
able vulnerable to the penalties proposed be because
cause because a retail store takes the risk
of engendering poor customer re relations
lations relations by refusing customer mail.

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the oali?): Liz Taylor snd Ect

die Fisher (in the same theatri theatrical
cal theatrical party at Ed Wynne's fidrwin)
got up to dance and discovered
iney were such perfect dancing
partners, they danced together an

evening. -Henny Youngman knows

a gal Who winters in Miami

summers in Maine and springs at

every map she sees. .Babs Hut

ton fearful that Lance Reventlow

will elope with an upcoming di

vorcee?. .. ,The way they're al

ways crying, wny not oau tnem

the bleat generation? ,-1

Uai

1 ninpr

Ifs How the Swlxxle Sticks.
Frank Parker, the ex of the Ar

thur Godfrey show (but aren't

they all starts his own tv show

111 L.A. fpr syndication.

if

awi

over

membered that they hid failed

to include any candidate of Ita

lian descent on thP ticket. Now

they're concerned about the huge
Italian vote, especially in view of
the personal attacks being made
on Tammany's Carmine Di Sapio

uestlon: 1 wonder what be

came of John G. Adams? (Cohn (Cohn-Schine
Schine (Cohn-Schine case). .Answer: The

White House recommended him

as executive director of the CAB
But the board fumed him down
this week. .A smart gal doesn't

mind going out with a stuffed
shirt. As long ss it's stuffed with
money.

I've- Got Pocketful of Creims
(But where are the items?): S.v

nita Pelkey, 'Miss New York"

in the 1957 "Miss Universe go
about to build her own universe

with 20th Fox actor Gary Spen

cer. .Newest to rush Barbara

Rush Is Robert Arthur. -. .This is

awrut, 1 mean nary pignatan
hasn't had a line in weeks, sc

I'm happy to note that he's back
in action with Dani Cravne. the

Arthur Murray dance teacher

who became a UI starlet . .Mi

ry Scott, doing a play in Chica

go, Wfites about plumbing lix

ture store there that features

"Bathtubs for two." Hoy coy
can you get?

Kaieiaoscope of zebra stripes, Daim

trees, ermine and sable. But new

York first comes to life to met

ro w, when Chez Vito brings its

red ptush, strolling fiddles and

melodious singers back to ttOth it.

to mark the Week of the fetirith
of glamor and merriment in Go

tham, which culminates when Joe

t. Lewis, as faithful to the cat

ender as the famed swallows 01

Capistraho, opens the Fall sea'

son at Jules Podell's Copacabaua,

ir. j. rooen wm see tne

day sun for the first tim in

me tomorrow wnen ne begins tne
Copa's luncheon and cocktail hour

policy.) : : ....

The Verce of the PiDole: Frank-

Hogn's campaign for Senator will

ne ouut around a demand 1 that

Candida

statesman, berlint at State

Chairman Mike Prendergast. He
claims that Prendergast stopped
Jim's own cbunty of Rockland
from putting the Farley name in

nomination for U. S. Senator l

the convention. .Republican Coun County
ty County Committee finally abandoned
efforts, to delay the election of a
successor to the late Tom Cur-

Thls I Can Do in Mj Sleep (So
why don't I?) Seaman Jacob a

Bway press ageht Who maoc

good by hecomtng a top TV writ

er (the Ed Wynn series) goms

steady with top flight Los Ange

les model Caroi Anderson. .Kay

Starr's ex, that's Hal Stanley, has

been getting around with Linda

Lawson. .There's a singer nam

ed Det Vorce: (Someone should

book her in Reno.). .Hey, I
thought Buddy. Bregman Was en engaged
gaged engaged to Anna Maria Alberghet i,
so what's he. doing with Joan Col Collins?
lins? Collins? (And Mtflly Bee?). Tina
Louise, mentioned with so many,
broke off with the on. and omv
who was going to get a divorce
to marry her. (But she kent
diamonds.). .Anyone ever call
falsies ',Twm.hlm?s?,,
New York, New York (A Swel Swel-lttva
lttva Swel-lttva Town): It may have been
Summer to you, but to the col columnists
umnists columnists it was s pain in the
neck. That's Why they took the!,"
vacations, then (and left, L. M.
here), when there's little news;
and wbtever there is, is incon inconsequential.
sequential. inconsequential. .Though the therVo therVo-meter
meter therVo-meter may (and will) still pop
through the top, the passing o
Labor Day denotes the beginning
of Winter. From that day forth,
women (in New York st lesst)

0 into black and don the furs

that they ached to wear in Sum
mer, and sometimes did. . t
ny East Side shops, shuttered : -ing
July and August whl'e tin .r
customers (and their owners) were
in Europe, are now open or In
the process of opening, and the
swank gin mills, supper clubs
end restaurants' that closed -'or
the Summer, or on weekends
during the Summer, are. getting
back into the swing, which wul
hit its peak whtn John Perona's

le. dis-

!

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Although people know that
the sun is very large, it is not,;
easy to picture the difference
between the sun and the earth;
Astronomers estimate, that the
volume, or bulk, of the sun is
1,300,000 times the volume of,
the earth, yet the amount of
material contained in the sun
(its mass) is only about 333,400
times the material in the earth.
Encyclopedia fcrjtunnica
- ajBri

ran as New New New York coun
ty leader. Bernard Newman is
iavoreu' to win. .New York Ci
ty Corporation Counsel Peter
irown is reconsidering the reg
nation he hadefl Mayor Wagner.
. :DeffHrtlon ffohl' the taxpay
er's lexicon: Government: A com
plicated orgnization which always
nas more ways of spending mon
ey than it has money. (Synonym:
Yvoman?)
Post Mortimers: Now it's an another
other another ion of Joe Kennedy making
the news and the columns: Ted,
the youRgest, dancing at the Ta

vern on-the Green with Joan Ben

net of the blue book. .The press
agents are really hitting with the
dream pieces, and they're deter determined
mined determined to get Adali Stevenson mar married
ried married o'f before the. 'SO elections,
e'lJP .Lauren Bacall (and I

10 iorna ware, descnoed is Ii
Chicago socialite. .Definition of
an egghead: Some one who needs
someone to take his mind off his
mind. (Just Wanted to see if
you're still here.) Paging Trufillo
Jr.:, Rose Felico,. the Hawnvvn
hatcMck. looks somuch like No
vWmm all the WWves eill her
"Kim." (Has blftnde hair and
the attributes, but will not VOt:i
vel.)
The .Melancholee Days are Here
(Autumn I mean): What happen
ed to the archives of the Bagh
dad pact organization since tne
Iraqi' rebels took over? Some be
lievr thp mutual defense plans,
secret codes and other military
info is already in Moscow (via
Nasser) though it was probably
there in the beginning, through
leaks in our own external secur
ity.v Lawrence Welk Jr. is get
ting around with Dee Lennon of
the Sisters of the same name.
.Dolores Hart's latest affair of

the heart is Leonard Hughes, a

young inancier, which is anoth
er' word for a guy With wha ir
takes This doesn't belong

here, but it's true anyway: Most

men admire brains in girl
but only after they've admired
the rest of her first.

twWASHiNnrnu

Merry-Go-Round
T SSW Mi...

WASHINGTON The Americ

an Medical Association, which

spent S499,soe last year on public
relations and lobbying, has launch

ed a new kind of campaign to in influence
fluence influence congressmen

It is sending out auestionnaires

to doctor members, seeking m or

wilier regarding th, committee's
opposition .c pepper, iaKf. ..
u$ J!Pi miiL his Principles.
Hes against tree enternrise. He a
or socialized medicine"
"How do you feel about the Hiil Hiil-j""
j"" Hiil-j"" ?J11. which Pepperco au-

wiurca id Auiwrsnn

amuauon. newspaper suooort

and other personal facts about

every member of Congress.
The confidential "diagnosis" con contains
tains contains such questions as:

Who is the person or oersnns

in each ward or county in the
congressional district who is most

infiuentil with the congressman?

"Who is the physician who know

ind em work with each of the

above?
"Who !.. -;:. 1

, iiiiv flic Luc yi uiw ipai vvilin
butors to bis campaign"

Also:
"What newspaper in the distiiet

supported him in his last cam

paign? What is their present at attitude
titude attitude toward him?

"What contacts does the medical

profession have with any or all
of those newspapers, either direct
ly or with the editors, or throueh

other influential citizens or ad

vertisers"
to addition, the AMA aulz-shnt

inquires:

Who is the MIHnumMl nr.

sonal ohysiciaa at home? In Wasli.

ington?

What contact, does the medical

profession have or who knows the

congressman's too secretary on

his Washington staff

"What contacts does the medical

pruiession nav witn oncers or

mation about the hobbies, church asked in reference itewS
affiliation nimmiiur iaartl l. .. c cucrel

iiw wmcD nas contributed to ,he
budding of several thousand hos hospitals
pitals hospitals "I'm not qualified to make a flat
statement on that," Dr. Anderson
"PHfd- 'Td have to study that
carefully"
"Do you consider the Hill-Burton
Bill socialistic?
"I'm against most of it, but I'd
have 10 study It .carefully," replied
Anderson, as if be did not know
what the Hill-Burton Bill was
"How do you feel about the Na.
tional Heart Institute which Se Senator
nator Senator Pepper co-authored'?'
I don't concur in Pepoer's ool ool-mon
mon ool-mon on that either," replied And.
ersOn.
"Co you consider it socialistic?

SOCIALIZED MEDICINE?
.i"rd,. hm t0 rtufly the whole
wing," svarred the head of the
Florida Committee for Better Gov Government.
ernment. Government. ''How do ypu fell about the Ins Ins-titute
titute Ins-titute for the Study 0" the Cause
snd Cure of Arthritis, Burstties
snd Rheunamtism, which Pepper
heloed pioneer"
"I have no objection to any pro proper
per proper investigation." said Ander Ander-son.
son. Ander-son. "Of course. I' m enoa1rinr ah.

ly for myself and not for the" com-

iuuics3HHi nav wiui oncers ori uu 1
leaders of such or"anizations as!mrtte I represent

Blue Cross, .Shield, rtmtists, hospl

lai HBoaros ot mrectors. chamhr

of commerce. Fram Bureau and

me Grsnge Who are the dircc?
tors who can talk to these leaders?"

It looks ss if the powerful AMA

is paving more attention to Iobhv

ing man to medicine

DOCrOB'S LOBI

Here is how the doctor' Inhi

is operating in Florida. A commit committee
tee committee alled "The Florida Committer

to Better Government" comooset

wholly of doctors, has been c
ganized under. Dr. Clstde.fi- And

erson o St Petersburg tlSSSSS

Its primary ptirdos. is to defeat

ex Sett. Claude Peooer for re elec
tion because, as chairman of the

committee on Wartime Hea't' and

Fducatlon during -World Wl II.

Peooer co authored manv m?rtical

bills and now favors letting vete veterans
rans veterans get nonservice disability care

m veiera

Anrlersolfm-

' A

-tWm

statestnan,

.. .Iiffemon
I H was
president of
the- -in.

the

UPri

13 Rie

Virginia,

the othii
government

14 Cerebral

"Do you believe that Pepver fa-

vors socialized medicine bec"s
he pissed bills creating the "a "a-tional
tional "a-tional Heart InsWute: fh Na'n Na'n-al
al Na'n-al Dental Institute, ind the other
health institnes?"
"We ius don't like his Ideas
We don't agree with his priciplea
wa the doctors reply.
Anderson has contTihutfcrl stno
to ston the election of thpm Sen Senator
ator Senator who, when in th Senate, helo heloed
ed heloed pionfcer a loh list of research
orojects which, functioning uwCer
the PubUe Health Service at Be
thesda, Mdp have heloed improve
th nation's health,
fcgfte National Heart, Institute a a-ro""
ro"" a-ro"" has. develoocd a tr.dwine
which has decreased bv 24 r r-cent
cent r-cent deaths from hardening of the
arteries.
.Other Florida Joctprs have afro
contributed rather handsomely to
help PeDner's Dpoonenti Sen. Snen Snen-sard
sard Snen-sard Holland, who recently vntrf

:ajrajnsj any increased

4lr MBi wiaaBKMAli' I

i. fends for

I Answer to Previoui Puzzle
Southern Statesman -IfeklAiad

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Wisdom of 1 White

If your date always

Way Wolf,
keeps you

waiting while she takes hours wun
her makeup, and if she spends
most of the time she's out with
you in the powder room staring
at. the mirror. why maybe it
means she'd r.ther look it her herself
self herself thin you.

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with a : fjip Box Derby race starting from the top of "Derby Hill" in the Base
housing area, according to Mrs. Wanita Woodyard, Youth Activities director for the
bate. Contestants made their own racers for the competition and the races were hard
fought down to the finish line.
This year's Albrook Youth Activities Program, the largest of its kfnd on the
Isthmus, began June 9 with an enrollment of 410 children from pre-kindergarten

to Teenagers. The list of courses were so tempting, however, the number soon grew
i to over 50. 4 : W
Batea painting, basket weaving, cooking, shell craft, tray painting, sewMgr
charm classes, embroidery, tap dancing, tumbling, ballet, folk dancing, tennis, bask basketball,
etball, basketball, swimming and water ballet, model airplane building, golf, boxing, volleyball,
junior MARS 'radio, eoap box derby building, and bridge for the Teenagers com completed
pleted completed the list of activities for the summer.

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the water ballet ior the summer, well attended by parents and vis

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had learned in a lovely water bal ballet
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When the Activity Classes end ended,
ed, ended, cxmmitte consisting of
Mrs. Ge Jay, Mrs. Nell Torres,
Mrs. Helen Mjngin, Mrs. Mariorie
Whalen, and Mrs. The ma Bola Bola-do
do Bola-do went, to work getting prime
examples' of the arts, and craft

That same afternoon a show
was put on at the Base theater
of baton twirlfng, folk an d tav.

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Help for thn summer program

came from volunteer mothers. 38
of them, who took over the five
day a week teaching jobs "just
for fun."

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classes and age groups a chance

to perform.
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art of self, defense got the once
over from 40 young men in the

Base gym pitting their skill with

ing they were giving tne kids a
wonderful opportunity to learp
useful skills and have a good
time. Mrs. Wodyard said: "They
deserve a great deal of credit for

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Rackets-Prober Mundt Says Unions
Need Secret Ballot For Clean-up

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Karl E. Mundt (R S.D.) said to-

dav that rank-and-file union mem

bers would conrect wrongdoing by

some oi tneir leaders if guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed a secret ballot and an "hon "honest
est "honest count."
Mundt, "a member of the Sen Senate
ate Senate Rackets Committee, Said the
Senate-approved labor reform bill
which died in the Hon.

not have done the job required to
meet these pernicious challenges
now confronting us."

; He said Onion members' must be
assured of "honest, complete dem-

t.,wvvuun.a fvduaf evi evidence
dence evidence has indicated "certain labor
bosses and certain unions are in increasingly
creasingly increasingly eliminating the free-
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dependent decisions of rank and
file members of labor."
Mundt, in a radio interview (Mu (Mutual
tual (Mutual Reporters' Roundup), also
charged that the cost of living has
gone up partly because of5 "a lot
of corruption and pafC and rack racketeering'
eteering' racketeering' on the afrt SJf union
bosses' Be said this had resulted
in "fixed, built in charges" adding
to high costs of production.
The rackets committee headed
by Sen. John L. McClellan (D (D-Ark.)
Ark.) (D-Ark.) willrrecoveni4omrrow. It
plans to hold two more weeks of
public hearings on James R. Hof Hof-fa's
fa's Hof-fa's giant Teamsters Union.
But even then, according to
chief counsel Robert F. Kennedy,
the committee will still have more
ground to cover in eent lnt (ho

affairs of the nation's largest un-

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Kennedy said the group will be begin
gin begin a two-month recess Sept. it
and resume hearing fha uiaab nt

Nov 10, after the congressional
elections. McClellan has said; hV :
will ask the Senate to extend thtf
inquirf another year insteadof;:

ieiung u go out oi Dusiness as
scheduled is 1959. ,7r:
Tomorrow's hearing will center I
around a million dollar loan which
Detroit real estate, promoters 4)b-
tained from a Teamster urplf in

fund. There ws testimony Thujs 1

uay inai me union stands to lose -$800,000
to $700,000 on the deal.
Teamster attorney George Fits Fits-gerald
gerald Fits-gerald will be the hief witness.
He will be questioned about teatlri -,
mony that he received a $15flMK $15flMK-"finder's
"finder's $15flMK-"finder's fee" for helping the pro promoters
moters promoters get the loan.
Hoffa, who has testified off and
on since the current round of,
hearings began Aug. 5, also is
Scheduled for a nest inn in ahnut

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pleasing the crowd between regular 6how numbers.

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER t, UN
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THE VOICE OF
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by Dorothy Killgallen
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WEDDING VOWS ARE EXCHANGED BY
MISS SHIRLEY MILLION AND ROBERT MUSE
Miss Shirley Lou Million, daughter 0t"Mc. Vd Mr. Har Harold
old Harold Jim Million of Balboa, and Mr. Itobert Lutrler rouse,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Herbert Muse of Key West, Fla.,
were united in niarr.agc in a candlelight ceremony last week
at the Balboa Union Church. Rev. Oscar W. Olsen, pastor
of the church, officiated at the double-ring- service.
A program of traditional nuptial music was presented
by Miss, Nellie Holgerson, vocalist, and Mrs. A. J. O'Leary,
organist.

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use Wedding VoVA I
The voung couple exchanged
thek vows before an al ar adroned
leith vases of white agapanlhus.
rhe choir loft was b.u....j vii-i
ivhite gladioli and blue hydrangea,
ind standing baskets oi giau 'il:
md agapanthus were used to
tance the chancel. Sm..s oi .i,,y ;
the valley and white astrors,
d with variegated blue ribbons,
arked the pews. Louis C. Hast;
tiann planned and arranged the
loral decorations. Richard and
rhomas Ebdon III lighted the tap
firs.

CONliNUAiiON OF REG.STRATION
BEGINNERS BALLROOM DANCE CLASSES
(Medal Group)
WIRZ STUDIO Fri. Sept. 12th 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Next to K of C Balboa Sat. Sept. 13th 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Classes for all ages from 6 years to 19 years old.
LEARN OUR NEW DANCES
FREEZE THE CHICKLN MAMBO BOOGIE CHALYPSO
With "Aerial Lifts & Flips", "Modern Jazz" & "Boogie
Brakes" along with "Rhythm". "Phrasing" Styling and
jPSelf Assurance", "Become part of our TV Shows"
"CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS" SPECIALIST
Special 24 1 2 hour lessons $12.00 including Jamboree Party
iiARNETT & Dunn
Balboa 2-4239
: Also group classes and private lessons for adults.
Members of DMA, DEA, and Terpsichoreans of California.

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Given in marriage bv her fth)
er. the bride wore a floor-length

j ;;ou i (. io. .-...v fco.c. i tie
app!iqucd bo' ice was fashim.ci!
with a scoop neckline, and the
fitted drop waist came to a pwttt
in the back and front. The gown
en-'was caught in the ba V );' liny

self-covered buttons ami t.K- hem
line was banded witrifine tucks.)
Her ingerlip vjlof. Stench ill'i'
sion fell from a coronet fashioned
of nylon braid, pearls and sequivs.
Her only jewelry was a sine'e
nearl on a silver chain, a ffift of
tViA hrianrnnm U7 an rinn nil,,.,,,
No heat rash or
chafe for me.
Before dressing,
I use Mexana
Powder. It keeps
me comfortable
all over... even on
hottest days!
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Heai Sore "Detergent Hands"

leng.h mitts, she carried a rain.
iw 'uIum With a cascaae arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of white orchids and roses
Gordon Million, brother of the

bride, carried the rings on a wniu
satin heart shaped pillow, cst'iy
Neville, flower girl, canried blue
hyorangea petal in her uny cas casket.
ket. casket. Her frock of white organ
over blue taffeta was lashioned si similar
milar similar to the brige's gown, and she
wore a bandeau, of flowers for her
headpiece.
Miss Carol Newhard of Gatun
served as maid of honor, wearing
a WiklZ It'll I. C
satin and nylon chiffon fashioned
ever taueu. uvt ueaupiece o ty ty-lon
lon ty-lon braid, highlighted with rni re resumes,
sumes, resumes, held a scalloped face veil.
Her elbow-length gloves were wmte
and she carried a cascade bouquet
of deep blue hydrangea and white
carnations, tied with ribbons
matching her gown.
Bridesmaids were Mrs. Walter
Trout, who wore a gown of daiSf
blue,' MiM Adiue Grace Muse, sis
ter of the bridegroom, in Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen blue, and wiiss Adele Meiss
ner, in Colillion blue. Their gowns
anu heanpipees were similar to he
maid of-honor's and they carried
bouquets in contrasting shades of
blue hydrangea and white carna carnation.
tion. carnation. Roger Million, brother of the
briac, served as best man. Ushers
were William C. Black, Walter E.
Trout and Louis C. Hasemann.
More than 200 guests attenaed
the reception in the ballroom of
the Tivoli Guest House. Memoars
of the wedding party received be
for a backdrop oi fernery and
tropical foliage. The four-tier wed
ding cake, encircled with wiiitj
dahlias 'and topped with a miuia
tiire bridal couple, was served by
Mrs. C. D. Eppley, and Mrs. W.
H. Clinchard. Miss Diana Hoenke
and Miss Lynn Kielhofer wer? in
charge of the Bridesbook and Mrs
T. J. Ebdon Jr., Mrs. E. H. Ne Neville,
ville, Neville, Mrs. R C Meissner and
Mrs Truman Hoenke. presided at.
the punch bowl
The mother of the bride cliosi
for the occasion a lace cocktail
gown of Delft blue, a blue feather
cd hat and white gloves. She had
a white orchid corsage. Mrs.
Muse selected a frock of light blue
embroidered silk oyer, tafi eta, el-
rjQw-iengtn wmieggjgiMi na:
orchid corsage;
The bride has lived on the Paci
fic side of the Isthmus since the
was a cmld. bhe was grauu.uc-u
from Balboa High School in 19?;
and from the Canal Zone Junior
College in SJwjsaactive
uvities nere: She receivwrjwr de
gree in library science front Flori
da State University, Tallahasses'i.
Ha., this past June.
Mr. Muse was graduated from
Key West High School in 1954 and
is a member of the senior class al
Florida State. He will receive his
degree in accounting next June.
For traMBfp! "hritte chose
a pink linen suu 'ana wmie acces
sories, and wore the corsage from
her widding bouquet. After Sep
tember 15. the newlywecls will be
at home at 424 West College Ave
nue in Tallahassee.
The parents of the bridegroom
and his sister, Miss Addie Gtace
Muse, traveled to Panama for the
wedding estivities. They have been
the guests of the parents of (he
bride.
Engagement Announced
At Buffet Luncheon
! The betrothal of Miss Betty Anne
iKam to Mr. Oliver Kwai Ben was
made known Sunday at a butiei
luncheon given at the home of
Miss Kam's sister, Mrs. Alexand
er P. Lim. The engagement ?n
nouncement was made by her bro
ther, William B. Kam.
The bride-elect is the daueMer
of the late Mr. and Mrs. William
Kam. Mr. Kwai Ben r the "in
of Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Kwai Ben
of "anama City.
The couple plsns a wedding in
early November.
Return To Curacao
After Visit Here
Vice consul .for Panama in Cu Curacao
racao Curacao Harold Salas and Mrs. Sa
las returned to their post over the
wtekend after visiting therir pa
re-' r jujjf, a. Sslas
and Mr. and Mrs. Raul Herrera
of Colon.
Birthday Party Sunday
Miss Gail Vaughn was guest of
honor Sunday at a party marking
her twelth birthday. After a swim
sesson in the Rodman Pool, she
and her young friends gathere'l
at the Vau?hn residencP for games
and refreshments. Attendin ghe
psrte were Esther Watson, Frances
f'onn. Shirley Conn. Bonnie Miller
Jackie Miller, Elizabeth Draper,
Susan Roberts. Karen Burker
Ruth Chance. Carol Moran, Sheryl
and Robin Vaughn.
Leav for Chicane
Mr. snd Mrs. Michael Dew, for formerly
merly formerly of Curundu, have left for
fhiayn to establish their residence.
Mrs. Dew is the former Miss Elu Elude
de Elude Montilla of Panama City.
ENTERS NEW FIELD
KANSAS CITY (UPI) Hill-m-'k
ords annouactd today' It
will produce greeting cards in a
foreign langugage Soanlh for
the first lime in Its 50 year his history.
tory. history. They will be Introduce'!
along with gift wrappings and
party items in Puerto Rico Cuba,
Panama, Peru, the Dominican Re
public, Venezuela. Guatemala, El
Salvador and Costa Rica.
OHIO FIRM SOLD
BOSTON (UPI) Avis Inc. an announced
nounced announced the nurch-e of lT Drive
It. a Columbus, Ohio au o rental

A GOOD dish anytime is meatloaf. Bat especially so in this

in which chee cubes and
BY GAYNOR MADDOX, NEA
A different meat loaf recipe
that's good kitchen news, wouldn't
you say? Ground beef is mixed
with cubes of cheese and pimeti
to stuffed olives and seasoned with
monosodium g 1 u t a m a t e. This
"cheeseburger" loaf keeps well.
Cheese Dotted Beef Loaf
(Yield: e servings)
One and one-half pounds ground
bee", 1V4 teaspoons monosodium
glutanmate, 1 teaspoon salt, V
teaspoon pepper, 6' teaspoon
thyme, Vi cup evaporated milk,
1 egg, lvi cups soft bread crumbs,
Vi cup coarsely chopped pimen
to-stuffed olives. Vi cup finely
chopped onion, Vi cup cubed Ched
dar cheese.
Sprinkle beef with monosodium
plutamate salt, oemipr and thvme.
Toss fiently with fork to distri
buteseasonings. Combine evapor
ated milk and egg in mixing
bowl; stir in bread crumbs. Add
ground beef mixture and remain-1
ing ingredients. Mix lightly with

7e Mafote Patent

At the commuters' bar where
Harry K. stops in for cu
martini before catching the 6:10
home, it always ends with n..-.
drinking three or four.
Let someone mention a business
trip east and he'll say too heart heartily,
ily, heartily, "K Vou r)t6p in at the Stork,
just telf Blllingsley you know
e."
Before he finally leaves his
too lavish tip on the bar, every
one within hearing distance has
learned about the "little 15-coom
shack that set me back $45,000 ;
about what his friend Senator So-and-So
privately thinks of the
school integration law; how you
can't go wrong with one of the,
cigars he s got some fellows m
Havana to make up especially for
him.
Mr. K. doesn't enjoy bragging
like this. He's deeply aware of
the look of appraising contempt
it always brings into people s
eyes. He knows that they re see
ing past the big talk to the
shrinking self behind. But he can'f
help bragging about all the im-
Meeting
Latin Luncheon Wednesday
The Latin Luncheon will be held
Wednesday at 12:30 in the Curun Curun-du
du Curun-du Community Building. Guests of
honor will be Mrs. Coney, wife of
the post commander, and Mrs.
Davis, wife of the adjutant. The
luncheon is for all old and new
members, and residents wishing
to .join are invited to attend. Re Reservations
servations Reservations must be made with Mrs.
Zen I, 83-4175.
American Society Auxiliary
The new Women's Auxiliary of
the American Society of Panama
will meet Tuesday afternoon at 4
at the Panama Golf Club. Interest Interested
ed Interested American women are invited to
attend.
Quadrill. Notes
The Gay Steppers Social and
Sporting Club has invited all square
dance enthusiasts to a practice
night dance Tuesday evening from
9 to midnight at the French So
ciety Hall in Colon. Music will be
provided by Garcia and his Pro Progressive
gressive Progressive Five. The next event
scheduled by the club will be av
visitor's night dance September 18.

staffed olives are tafredients.

Food and Markets Editor
a fork until blended. Form into
loaf in 9x5x3 inch baking pan.
Bake in a moderate oven (350 de
grees F.) J. hour and 15 min
utes.
Here s a gay, dessert to go
with the Cheeseburger meal:
Cherry Tarts (Yield: 6 servings)
One can (1 pound) red tart pit
ted cherries (packed in water),
t cup sugar, 1 tablespoon corn
starch, u teaspoon salt, 2 tea
spoons lemon juice, red food co
loring, 6 baked tart shells, vanil
la ice cream.
Drain cherries; measure liouid;
add water to make 1 cud. Com
bine sugar, cornstarch and salt
in saucepan; gradually stir in
sherry liquid. Cook, stirring con
stantly, until mixture thickens and
comes to a boil. Boil 1 minute.
Remdve from heat; add lemon
juice. If desired, add few drops
red food coloring. When ready ;o
serve, fill tart, shells with vanil;a
lice cream; top' with cherry sauce.
portant things he can
do inv
more than he can restrict
him-
self to one double martini
He s one of the reasons why
child training books say over and
over, "Accent your child for what
he is, not for what he can do.'
Their plea is meaningless untH
we begin to connect it up with
tormentad people like Harry K.
Even then it's not easy to act
on it.
But so fruitful is even an occa occasional
sional occasional acceptance of a child for
himself instead of for the impor
lam mings ne can uo that we4
don t have to worry if we fail at
it a lot of the time.
Accepting a child for what h"
i ft f,, ...I I t 1
to Zzn and sa thn i
Ill- At Ulfll
uae mese: win you give nie
your permission to show Grand Grandma
ma Grandma your final report card?". .
"The fact that you like this new
friend so much is all I need to
know about him." . ."I don't
want you to tell me the truth un
less you want to give it to me.
If just once in a while weH ac accept
cept accept a child for what he is, npc
for his ability to produce promo promotions,
tions, promotions, desirab'e friends, morM 1H
umphs and other successes, he will
not have to uco his ""ceees as
a substitute for self respect a
poor Harry K. is doomed to do
Just once in a whiel, that's all.
Solo Pilot Makes
Corsica, Leaving
Today For Rome
NEW YORK (UPI) A 39-year-old
airline pilot who left here
Saturday in in a 'wt to ly
solo around the world in a single single-engine
engine single-engine plane was forced to land
on theisland of Corsica yester yesterday
day yesterday because of engine trouble ac according
cording according to word received here
Capt. Charles F. Banfe Jr. was
only 180 miles short of Rome, first
leg of his projected global flight.
when a gasoline line broke while
he was flying at an altitude of
7,000 feet.
A spokesman for the Business
and Commercial Aviation maga magazine,
zine, magazine, for which Banfe works, said
it had received word that Banfe
landed short of 'he runway at Bas Bas-tia
tia Bas-tia Airport on Corsica. However,
Banfe was not injured .nd the
plane was not damaged.
Banfe planned to fly on to Rome
today after th nhne was re
paired and continue his around the
world flight.

If you want to be helpful, one

thing you can do for the friend
who is visiting in your town wrh
her children is to offer to enter
tain the children for an after
noon.
An adult visitor usually receives
plenty of invitations but children
don t always have as much plan
ned lor their enjoyment.
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Opening lead 4 K
East vlayed th. four of spades
on his partner's king and West
continued with the ace anyway.
When East dropped the queen on
that lead West led a third spade.
Declare ruffed high in dummy
and drew trumps. He conbeded a
trick to the ace ot diamonds ana
claimed his contract.
East pointed out in no uncer uncertain
tain uncertain terms that West could have
beaten the hand if he had shifted
to a club instead of continuing
with spades. East also explained
that if he had wanted to forcj
dummy to ruff high he could have
dropped the queen of spades on
Jhe first lead, etc.
There is something to East's
contention. A club shift would
have beaten the contract, but
there is something much mors
important to discuss about the
hand.
Where was East when the bid bidding
ding bidding was going on West could
throw four spades against the wall
and he had bid twice with his 11
high card points and good distri
bution.
East could surely have afford afforded
ed afforded a one no-trump bid fight ovtr
the double. In that case South
would have been shut out and
West might have bought the hand
at two spades.
Since East overlooked that no no-trump
trump no-trump bid I think he could have
taken a chance and gone to four
spades over North's four hearts
Eas was vulnerable, but so was
his partner who had made two
bids all by himself.
a. i i 1 1 Wti j i 'i ih v j
r ii i i i i i u i r. T v v
mmmiA tin ammi
Q The bidding has been:
East South West North
3 4k Pass Pass 4 V
Pass 4 4 Pass 5
Pass 5 V Pass 5 4
"Pass ?
You, South, hold:
A32 VK634 Q32 A J 4
What do you do?
ABid six clubs. Yon have
limited your hand twicr already
-anil there still may be a grand
slam. Your partner already
know that hearts Is the right
suit for the final contract.
TODAY'S QUESTION
: The bidding has been:
Cast South West North
11 ?
, You, South, hold?
43 VAQ 1065 A.I 8 7 K 5 4
What do you do?
Answer Tomorrow
Adams-Goldfine
Affair To Affect
Voting In Maine
PORTLAND, Maine (Ul The
impact of the Sherman Adams Adams-Bernard
Bernard Adams-Bernard Goldfine affair on the
nation's political life meets its
First major test here today in
the last, of Maine'i earlybird elec elections.
tions. elections. Since 1121 when Maine broke
away from Massachusetts to be become
come become a state, Maine voters have
gone to the polls the first Monday
of September and their verdicts
have in recent years been viewed
as a barometer for the November
national elections, And the Gold Gold-fine
fine Gold-fine case figure prominently in
this year'r top contest here the
race for U.S. senator between in incumbent
cumbent incumbent Sen. Frederick Payne
and Democratic Gov. Edmund S.
Muskie.
'Payne, like Adams, has admit admitted
ted admitted accepting favors firom the Bos Boston
ton Boston industrialist.
In Payne's case, the favors were
a vicuna coat, hotel accommoda accommodations,
tions, accommodations, and a $3,500 interest-free
loan from Goldfine when Payne
was buying his home in Washing

MISS MIDNIGHT'S NOTE NOTEBOOK:
BOOK: NOTEBOOK: Van Cliburn is 'on the
verge of signing a big money ait ait-work
work ait-work deal that would make turn
the Liberace of the. classical
world. .The most carefully -kept
secret in financial circles is the
contract between Skiatron and AT
and T, news of which is about to
be released. Legal experts have

solved the way to circumvent
FCC red tape Dy waering pav
TV (via telephone attachments) m
an intrastate, rather -than inte intestate,
state, intestate, basis. .Diana Barrymore's
chus says she's supplying a good
many of the !!! In the prom
ising career of a young male
jazz singer. .Noel Coward wants
to do another rewrite on LiOdk
After Lulu" despite Vivien Leigh's
Lundisguised joy over the script as
it reads now. .Ballet 'start serge
Lifar, whos brief and scarcely
sanguinary duel with the Marquis
de Cuevas made international
headlines last Spring, seems to
be headed for more sworapiay.
This time his adversary wouid
be the aged Pnnce d'Anjou oi
France, another ballet chap whom
Lifar described as having "one
1UIH 111 111C 1VC. me
publicly retorted: "Litar is now
ing but a dancer, and a dancer's
genius lies not in his brains but
in his feet." You thinit jonn of
ter Dulles has problems?)
Tuesday Weld, the girl who's
been dating Tony Perkins, has
a competitor for the offbeat mon
iker championship. A TV actress
in New York is named February
Thompson. .Gary Crosby's con
tract at 20th Century-Fox gives
him all kinds of latitude. He'll be
allowed to make as many out outside
side outside films as he wants, with no
pre-empting by the studio, and
he can do as many TV appear
ances as he can get even a film
ed video series if that appeals to
him. All the homP lot asks is that
he make 10 pictures for them in
a five-year period.
The producer of a recent
Broadway musical that lost a
great deal of money (its books
are being investigated by thP Dis District
trict District Attorney's office; has been
telephoning his former general
manager to ask how the manag
er's current show is prospering.
It's a particularly spooky routine
because the producer is in the
mental area of a veterans hospi
tak .David Merrick, has receiv
ed five offers for the cinema
rights to Gian Carlo Menotti's mu musical
sical musical drama. "Maria Golovin,"
which opened to rave revues at
the Brussels World's Fair. Mer

Choir Singer's Jazz Dance Copped
Miss America Title For Ann Mobley

ByfLAl!WU
; i c y
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.I (UPI)A
brown-eyed choir singer from
Mississippi began her reign as
Miss America today with the ad admission
mission admission that she never Went out
with a boy until she was 16.
Mary Ann Mobley, 21, 'of Bran Brandon,
don, Brandon, also confessed at her first
news conference as Miss America
of 1959 that until she started com com-pe!ing
pe!ing com-pe!ing for the title last year, she
never had performed the kind of
hot jazz dance she did Saturday
night for a nationwide television
audience to win the crown.
Now she is so enthusiastic about
appearing in public that she wants
to be a Broadway musical com comedy
edy comedy star, instead of pursuing the
teaching career far which she Is
training in college, even though
she has seen only two. musicals
and one play in her life.
"I used to be the biggest tom tomboy
boy tomboy you've ever seen," she said.
"I had long pigtails and I wore
braces on my teeth for four years.
Amelia Eden Weds
Italian Ferryman;
5,000 Spectators
CASAMICCIOLA, Isle of Ischia
(UPI) A niece of former Brit
ish Prime Minis er sir Anthony
Eden yesterday became the wife
of an Italian ferryboat engineer.
The wedding of pretty Amelia
Eden, 25, to handsome Giovanni
Borrelli climaxed a real-life love
story that saw the English girl
give up her name, social position
and religion for the man she
loved.
Some 5,000 islanders and tour
is s crowded in and around tiny
Santa Antonio church for the cere cere-money
money cere-money by which the bride turned
her back on the glitter of Lon London's
don's London's social life for the obscurity
of an Ischian household.
Parish priest Don Virrorio Ja Ja-cono
cono Ja-cono performed the Roman Catho Catholic
lic Catholic arriage ceremony in the
church decorated with some 2,000
white carnations,
ASTHMA MUCUS
Anbinaand fironohltts attack ruM
and wtakan your hrt. Moneaoe
ttaru TtVwork throuth your Woe to
overoorn. Mthm Mi Jronohltls at attack.,
tack., attack., it hitp taseJvMtjaimi;
cut ana promotM t th. braatn braatn-hW
hW braatn-hW MYndWi action 1. eWactlveavrt
In old and ntubborn
dnco, from any drutor today and
!,- f,ow mnrh btt.r you ilWP an
breath tonlaht, and how nwch batt.r
you will fl tomorrow. MeiJJJJ
fiihti discomfort of Asthma, urea
ahitia and Hav Favatt uawnriiniiwa

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ffttCnVf HELP tor

rick will present it in New Yoe

Fashionable Long Islanders wr
have a new cocktail party topia.
when Lpuis Auchincloss; noveL
"Venu,s in Sparta," eome off thj
Houghton Mi'flin presses, its
theme is the marital and- finan financial
cial financial hanky panky of the Wa'I
Street to Southampton by Agua Agua-piane
piane Agua-piane Set, and gives the impres
sion of being based on Some Peo People
ple People We Know.
Dinah Washington was involved
in another "incident" caught
in a police raid of a Baltimore
nightclub, but later cleared of
disorderly conduct charies and
freed. .Lady Carolina Freud.
the Guinness heiress, has won a
Juarei .divorce from Lucien Freud,
rtist grandson of Sigmund Freud.
Roberta Sherwood' currtntly at
the Latin Quarter, is working on
a homespun theme1 for a teievl.
sion program a "cracker-barrei"
Show, to ouote her. featuring hmr
two children. Bobbv 10. and Don
!18. .Eleanor steVer I nni.
standards furious over the Reuters
coverage of the European w.
miere of "Vanessa" which report reported
ed reported that the opera was given in
English because Eleanor "substi "substituted"
tuted" "substituted" for another soprano and
had no time to learn the title rola
in German, Everyone mildly iam iam-niar
niar iam-niar with the world of oprera
knows that La Steber was invit invited
ed invited to sing "Vanessa" at the Euro Euro-pean
pean Euro-pean first performance and in
English even before she ere
ated the role at the Metropolitat)
last January.
Make a note of this and groan
a" few months from now when
you're elbow-deep in Christmas
shopping: Irene Castle has finish finished
ed finished hers! She polished off the last
few names on her list durinc ,h
recent visit to Gotham.
wary Cooper obviou-.lv dmir.
Erroll Garner's work. He bought
a stack of the latest Garner LP,
"Parle Tmiiin." t
. i" miucn Ma
ture several tunes done on tha
harpsichord), and then had them
Sent to fripndt in Califmi
French Riviera gendarmes arrat'
eo an imposter with a striking re resemblance
semblance resemblance to Ali Khan who had
a brief fling passing himself off
as the prince. He spent about 10
minutes at the Deauville Casi Casino
no Casino gambling with counterfeit
000 franc notes before ha wn col
lared and jugged.
uroadway slang, suffix divisii.n-
Forget about tacking "ville" onto
your words from now on. Tt' m
hat. Hipsters now favor, "city,"
as ior instance: "sauare c tv
"weird-cifv" anil "hnmk .;t
city.'
(Got that, now?)
I was 18 when I had my first
date."
Miss Mobley, perky five-foot,
five-inch brunette senior at the
University of Mississippi, walked
off with the nation's most coveted
beauty title shortly before mid midnight
night midnight Saturday night at the 31st
Miss America pageant. She was
the first Mississippi entrant to win
the contest.
With the title went a $10,000
scholarship she hopes to use for
post graduate study in music,
drama and the dance to pret-.-
for Broadway. She also received
an automobile, a television et,
furs, and a wardrobe, with a to total
tal total value of about $15,000.
Today she hits Uie M'lt
American golden trail across the
country and to Europe, making
public appearances and speeches
and giving advertising endorse endorsements
ments endorsements that will bring her be between
tween between $50,000 and $75,000 during
her year-long reign.
The runners up for the title
sought during a grueling six-day
contest involving 52 girls werr
Miss Iowa, Joanne Lucille Mac Mac-Donald,
Donald, Mac-Donald, 20, of Ames, a $3,0uJ
scholarship; Miss Oklahoma,
Anita Bryant, 18, of Tulsa a
$2,500 scholarship; Miss California,
Sandra Lee Jennings, 18, of Riv Riverside,
erside, Riverside, a $2,000 scholarship and
Miss North Carolina, Betty Lane
Evans, 18, of Greenville, a $1,500
scholarship.
Miss Mobley, wearing a red.
checked 'dress, black shots, whit
gloves and pearl earrings, met
the press at the Traymore Hotel
with the aplomb of a airl who
had been wearing the beautv
crown for, years.
She said she went to sleep at
5 a.m. aftar appearing briefly at
the pageant grand ball, and arose
at 9 for her first day's duties.
One of the biggest things Mary
Ann had to do to win the beauty
crown was to display her talent
before a Convention Hall audience
of 17000 and a nationwide TV
audience of millions.
She danced what tha contest
veterans said was tht closest
thing to a s rip tease sine tha
pageant started in 1921. This in
volved her coming out in the bill
gown and singing part of rhs aria
"One Fine Day" from the opera
Madame .Butterfly. Then she
whipped off the tulle skirt of her
gown and launched into a red hot
rendition of "There's Gonna h
Some Changes Made."
For this part of her act. she
was dressed in a kelly green satin
skirt, slit up the front, and tha
top of what appeared to be her
ball gown.
But it didn't stop there. After
singing the song, he flung- off her
skirl, leaving only a whi e halter
suit, in which she went into
dsnce rou ine. She brought tha

I firm.

ton.
house down.



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M0XD 4Y, SEPTEMBER I, IMS

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CWO WILLIAM O. HARRIS, left who leaves the US. Army
Wribbean this week for Stateside and reassignment, receives a
letter of Commendation from Col. John D. Coney, post com commander
mander commander of Fort Clayton. The letter 'covered two assignments
which Harris has had since coming to the command in October
1855 His first assignment was as executive of ficer of the 546th
Transportation Company, Fort Amador. The company was in inactivated
activated inactivated in January of this year and Harris moved to Fort
Clayton where he took over as assistant special services officer.
The Harrises will leave Sept. 12 by air from Albrook Air Force
Base for Fort Meade, Md., where he will take np his new duties
with the maintenance division of the Ordnancs Corps. 3rd
Armored Cavalry. (U.S. Army Photo)

AROUND TOWN
we TOM

The Pacific Evergreen Garden
Club which is being directed by
Mrs. Pat Morgan, gave a real dis display
play display of what can be done with
flowers at the opening of the Sa Sa-rita
rita Sa-rita Flower Shop last week siun
Oay.
Persons attending the two-hour
inauguration show praised the
group highly for their "great
work".

Muriel Doylt, Mrs. Maud James
Miss Gwendolyn Branch, Mist
Eleanor Teylor, Miss Dora Pas

cal and Miss Linda Taylor.
According to figures released
during the week the overall spend spending
ing spending of the Panama Canal depend dependencies
encies dependencies and individuals amount to
over 22 million dauars.

San Antonio Co-Op
Study Group Holds
Meeting Wednesday

New members of the fourth

ctnHv uroim of the San Antonio

de Padup Credit cooperative
will begin a series of studies
Wednesday night at 7:30 at the
Freneh Society Hall.
The new students will hear
lectures from Miss Ofelia Hoop

er and Mrs. Luzmilda Cebauos
of the Department of Coopera

tive Education.
Claudio Croney, chairman of
the cooperative's educational

committee, announced today

that the study group will oe
able to accommodate additional

new members who wish to en enroll.
roll. enroll. The public is invited to attend
the lectures.
Charles E. Malcolm
Dies; Funeral Set
For Wednesday
Charles E. Malcolm, a Gamboa
land lease resident, died yester
day morning in Gorgas Hospital
following a -lengthy illness.
A Jamaican, he was 71 years
old.
Funeral services have been
scheduled for 1 p.m. Wednesday
at the Corozal Chapel, followed
by burial in -the Corozal Cemete Cemetery.
ry. Cemetery. Mr. Malcolm is survived by his
wife, Mary Jane, and his sons.
Philip N., Leighton and Emeriah,
his dauehter. Agatha, and 12

grandchildren.
His family has requesfed that
no wreaths be sent, but sympatpi sympatpi-zers
zers sympatpi-zers may make donations to the
Cancer Fund.

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BRIGITTE AS BRUNETTE Bac Hi 1M4. before she gained
v,or fam Rrisitt Harriot rode in the back teat of the chariot.

Here's a shot from "Helen of Troy" which shows her wit

Jacques Sernas. She was an unknown tnen, swing
part as Rossana Podesta's lady-in-waiting. I

Jewish Holy Day Services
Begin Sunday At Balboa JWB

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Scout Leaders Sought
i-or Was. Sank Areas
If youngsters living n West
Bank Housing areas are to "Be
Prepared" as Boy and Girl
Scouts, volumear adult leaders
must be found to direct the pro
eram. i

In a letter delivered to all homes

in .he Hodman, juacona, Rous Rousseau,
seau, Rousseau, Cocoli and Naval Am mum
lion Depot, areas. Lt. S. D. Morse,

Navy Special Services Office, said

"It has been noted with great con

cern that th&.-e are many children
in these areas of scouting age who
would like to participate in a

whole-some scoudng program, but

are unable to do so because of the

lack of leaders."

Girl Scout leaders and assistants

as well as Brownie leaders and
other volunteer workers for gener general
al general arrangements are needed. A se
ries of training meetings for in

experienced workers will be held

to present leadership meoiods.

Interested persons are urged
to contact Mrs. R. E. Bakicer, Na
vy 3133; Mrs. F. L. Wyman, Navy
3081; or Mrs. Whaler, 87 5130.

The secretary general of the stu student
dent student Federation came in for .some
very unwelcome publicity last week
as a result of being arrestei along
with a male campanion in Anton.
Th neeretarv shouted "irame-

un" to the charge on wmch he j Fergus, Sonia Cruz, Carolina Bruce

A party honoring the Thorpe sist sisters
ers sisters was given last Saturday danc dancing
ing dancing and the serving of refresh refreshments
ments refreshments was the main form of di diversion
version diversion at the get-together. Pre Present
sent Present were: Felicia Titus, Mairva

Barne.t, Themal Clarke, Juiieia

was released on bail.

National Guardsmen armed with
firt-hoses and night sticks, accord according
ing according to 'published reports, were on
alert following rumors that the
students were planning some kind

of movement. ,,
The whole thing seemed to have
fizzled out thougnt r
of me Club
Altamira began yesterday with
the running of a handicap at the
local multi-million dollar racing
plant in hotter of the popular wel welfare
fare welfare group.
The climax is programmed for
Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Strang Strangers
ers Strangers Club In Colon.
Among the persons who will be
receiving birthday greetings this
week is Maurice Young of the Ca-

pi al whose birthday was yester

and Richardo Honeywell; Talbert

Barnett, Ernesto Gillings, Carl
Farqueson.

GBh" arid "Bear' If: Collector to
irate taxpayer: "You must realize
that it's an obliaa'ion to nay your

taxes regardless of how muoh it

is, or"hov many other thins ,n.i

have to do. Atfer all, death and

taxes will always be with. us.

t death at,

worse":

Thought for today: Offtimes the
test of courage becomes rath?r to
live than to die. Alfieru Orestes.

Nationalist China
Gets $21 Million (
For Formosa Dam

Funds Earmarked
For 'New Hangars
At Many Airports

WASHINGTON (UPI) The
Small B u s i n e s Administration
(SBA) announced toriyv it will
make loans available for building
aircraft hangars to help meet a
shortage at many of the na nation's
tion's nation's airports.

Wendell B. Barnes, SBA admin'
istrator, said his agency worked

out a hangar loan program vi'n.

the Civil Aeronautics administra

tion (CAA) because private lend lenders
ers lenders have made little money avail available
able available for such construction.
He said the program would pro provide
vide provide loans up to 80 per cent of
the costs involved in building
hangars to conform with, CAA spe.

cifications. Each of. the structures

would have to accommodate at
least six planes.
Barnes noted that hanjar
usually are built in segments of
from ;ix to 10 units each, at a
cos: of $2,000 to $3,000 per unit.
Following its general policy, the'
Small Business Administration wUl
not make direct loans excent in
cases where participation loans
with private banks are not available.

High Holy Day services for Jew Jewish
ish Jewish personnel in the Panama a-

rea will be conducted by Raobi
Nathan Witkin, next week at tha
USO-JWB in Balboa. Rabbi Wit Wit-kin
kin Wit-kin will be assisted by Seymour I.

Barkowitz of Balboa.
Rosh Hashanah (New Year) be
gins at sundown Sunday, and con
tinues until sundown next Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, Sept. 16. The services will he
conducted on Sunday at 7.30 p.m.
Monday at 9 a.m. and 7:30 p.in
and Tuesday at J) am.
Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement)
Holy Day begins at sundown, Seffi.
23 and ends at sundown, Sept. 24.
Kol Nidre, the plaintive prayer

which inaugurates tnc evening
service on Yom Kippur, will be
sung at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 23. Yizkor
(Memorial Service) will be con conducted
ducted conducted during the next day's
morning service.
The traditional rituals for S.ik S.ik-kos
kos S.ik-kos (Feast of Tabernacles ) will he

held on Sunday.Sept. 28 at 7:30

and 7:30 p.m.; and Oct. 7 at 9 a.m.
a.m. and 7:30 pm
Services for the concludiif; days

of the festival will be held on Oct
5 at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at 9 a.m.

and 7:30 p.m.; and Oct 7a t 9 am

Two luncheons for the Rosh

Hashanah holidays will be held lor

the men .and their dependents at

the Tivoh Guest House, througn
the, auspices of the National Jew Jewish
ish Jewish Welfare Board.
Commanders are authorized to
excuse Jewish personnel desiring
to attend the services and mili military
tary military transportation will be furnish
ed them.
Operating officials will grant

civilian employes the opportnnUyJ
a. i Am.:- - it si I '.fl

iu aiienu. 11113 ume uii win ue
charged to annual leave or to
leave without pay if no annual
leave is available.

TO INSTALL BOILER
NEW YORK (UPI) Babcock
and Wilcox Co. will mate and in

stall a carbon monoxide iirei

boiler for Gulf Oil Corp.'s Po-:

Arthur, Tex., refinery, it was. an

nouncea f riday.

WASHINGTON (UPI)

The

pi al whose, birthday was yester- &ute Department announced Sun- MnrjnpC Qacs Tn If
day, while today Norma Black-id thate Uni.ed sta)ps ia ,enH. FViarineS jee I O II

man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs

J. Murray Blackman of Parque
Lefevre observed hers. Mildred
Ryce takes a bow on tomorrow.
Many happy returns of he day
to all these fine people, along of
this re?' sneeial with "may .hy
live until they die". .

day mat tne unren Maies ien-

fog Nationalist China $21,500,000,11,- hnnp'i f-i

from the develonmen' loan fund to 'v iutaii i

help finance the Shiftmen Dam
project in northwest Formosa.

The loan will supplement a pre-;
vious U.S. a-ant of about million NEWPORT, R.I. (UPI) Ex-

dollars. Total cost of the dam will I traordinary precautions wHe-e tak

Kissed At Church

HOT ENOUGH fOKTUu- "Ml

striking pattern ox

survey tneir oiea uun"" - - -a
Photo was taken from the Canadian icebreaker 'DIbervii

The Attorney General's office
last week issued warnings to Mu Municipal
nicipal Municipal Judges not to issue "blank
eviction not'c--" to hft ow.m
anymore, as this constitute a haz hazard
ard hazard to the poorer folks.

The shortage do-ire-mi may halt
the issuing of cedulas. If that if
Is it will indeed be regreitab!,
in that every ef'ort should ok
made to facilitate the continued

issuing of this important donu I
ment. I

be about 80 million dollars.

The dam will produce power for
indus rial purposes In Formosa

and aid with flood control and wa water
ter water supplies. The dam itself is de designed
signed designed 4o be more than 400 feet

en to keep a small crowd at a;
distance from President and Mrs.

Eisenhower yesterday when thev

attend morning church services atiih.

the Navy hospital chapel here.
Marines, wearing red trimmed

Oklahoma Seems
Headed For Repeal
Of Ban On Liquor
OKLAHOMA CITY (UPI) -The
dam that has. kept legal liquor
out tof Oklahoma since statehood
in 1907 is beginning to crack.
Oklahoma Democrats, who
have always controlled the stite
government, sent a shock wave
through the legal structure of
prohibition in June by nominal
ing for governor a 32-year-old re
former who promises a quick
vote on consstitutional repeal.
The nominee, Tulsa County At Attorney
torney Attorney is Howard Edmondson,
has nromised stricter enforce

ment of prohibition pending its
test at the ballot box. Wets have
hailed this as their best omen
yet. They have argued that Ok Oklahoma
lahoma Oklahoma will remain legally dry

as long as its bootleggers flour-

Seyeral Killed
As Auto Slams
Into Tank Truck
RICHMOND, Maine (UPI)-Sev
en persons including three chil

dren, were killed when their auio

slammed into a chemical tank

truck near here Saturday night

Police said the accident was the

worst on record in the state.

They identify the victims as the

members of two families, 11

Wayne residents. They are 31

year old Robert Yprk, 31, his wite
Bernice, 31, and their daughter.;
Sharon, 2, and Kenneth Ward 33

his wife Rose, 25, and their two

children. Shiela, 9 and Rose 7

Only survivors of th. accident

were Maurice York, 7, and the
truck driver, Elmer Bucklin, 44,
of Belfast, Maine. The child
thrown clear in the collision, wa?

reported in critical condition ;t

Gardiner Hospital. Bucklin suf
fered only minor injuries..

Police said the York car appar

ently went through a stop sirn
and slammed into the side of the

tank truck.

high and to house three hydro- blue dress uniforms and sid?ar,ns,

electric generators. kept the crowd behind white
The State Deoar ment said the rapes stretohed on each side of

project will increase Formosa's
total oower -upplv 15 ner e 'it.
It also will provide a water
supply for 340,000 persons and ir irrigation
rigation irrigation water for 144,000 acres.

the 100-yard driveway tr.'ini the
dock 0 the white clapboard "Cha
pel by the Sea."
The Eisenhowers and two of
their grandchildren also rode in a
limousine to the chapel fron the
dock where -they disembarked

Brune," left lor the U, S. lust
Thursday to reside with his lath lather.
er. lather. Good luck and God speed.

Club Las Damas Admirable!
feted one of its embmers with a
buffet prior to her departure for
the U. S. last week: Among those
attending the fune'lon' were:
Mrs. Maile Morrison, Mrs. Ana
yd, Mrs. Elvira Dowries, Mrs.

rnundson said that at a coumy

attorney ho has beenv unable to

prosecute liquor merchants due
to loopholes in the laws relating
tn search and seizure.

The state's bootleg business
has been estimated unofficially at

inn million dollars avear

Edmonoson's opponent in the
Pemocratic runoff primary, who

had the endorsement 01 me 1
nited Dry Association of Oklaho

ma, was swamped under the big

DOG MUST BE KILLED I

The local "Nat Cole" who goes! MOUNTAIN ASH, Wales (UPI) j from the Presidential yacbt Bar-

under the mocicker of "Count -Ken savage a postman, raced oara nnne.

a oog lover s nignimare yesier-i fic. mvnt agents w;imeu 10

day. He must lead an explosives 1 oe sure tnere wasn t a -vr'iiion ,, nP .o v u 1. railed

team to a mountain crevasse into of the demons ration last Sunday nv most Oklahomans. is legally

when the President attended sew-1 defined as non intoxicating by

ices at the chapel. s)ate law-thus opening another

gest landslide or votes in sooner

history.

Film Festival
Ends With Spicy
French Film

VENICE, Italv (UPI)-The I1h
International Film Festival emlpd

Saturday night with lh hnw'"n
of a French film which Italian au
thorities had threatened to ban lie

cause of its daring love scenes.

Ihe film which closed the show

was Louis Malle's "Les Amants"

(the lovers). It prove to be some
what risque but not too daring lor

the cosmopolitan soectators whi

nave gathered here from the world

over.

Malle, who was present in the

theater, was warmly anmauded m

pecially because the film was his
second effort in which h nas

shown a masterly hand an I a

well balanced style.
Censors' present In h

were ready to step in and block

the film if the love wncj w:m:

toofa r but failed to intervene.

which his 3-year-old dog, Chinnock
fell Tuesday. The society for Pre Prevention
vention Prevention 0' Cruelty to Animals de decided
cided decided the dog, trapped 60 feet
down, should be killed rather than
face slow sfarva ion. Dynmaite ex ex-pets
pets ex-pets wo f .from a coal
mint for the job.

Many women and children of chink in the nrohibitionist's ar-

Navy families then pushed up '0 mor. Beer was legalized in Ok'a

the President and shook his hand
as he was going from the chapel
to the deck. Two 12-year old girl,"

I kissed him on the cheek.

homa 25 years ago, about the

tune most Americans were treea

from the injunctions of the Vl

stead Act, or national prohibition, here said today

GRENADE KILLS FIVE

SAIGON, Viet Nam (UPI)-Five

persons were killed and seven

others injured when a grenade

misfired during a weapons demon

stration at an army post in Vinh
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Yankees Down To She,
Braves' Number Is 10

4 By FRED DOWN
:4 NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UPI) It's all over but
the shouting for the New York Yankees and Mil

waukee Braves.
Tha Yankees reduced their
marie number for clinching the
American League pennant to
six when they split a double double-header
header double-header with the Washington
Senators yesterday while the
Braves cut their figure to 10
Then they divided with the
Pittsburgh Pirates.
This means the Yankees are
almost certain to clinch their
Hmth pennant in 10 years un un-eer
eer un-eer Casey Stengel early in a 13-
game road trip beginning to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night. The Braves may
have to wait a few days longer
but they're pretty sure to nail
" nv.rt Hanev's second
straight sometime during their
forthcoming seven -game home
gland or at St. Louis, Sept. 17
or 18.
The Yankees completed their
stand of the
year with a 12-game lead yes-
J nl,s HKqqc' TOUT-
nuke Maas' four
hitter gave them a 7-0 triumph
after Pedro Ramos shut them
out for the second straight
time, 1-0. The Yankees gained
ground in the split because the
Cleveland Indians rallied to
beat the second-place Chicago
White ,ox, 4-3, in a game mark marked
ed marked by a near fist fight.
The Braves fended off the
challenge of the Pirates when
Warren Spahn beat the Bucs,
3-1 for his 19th triumph. The
Pirates 4-1 victory in the
nightcap served merely to
hold the Braves' lead at 7 M,
games and they have only lb
mm m mm left
ritv Athletics
scored three runs in the ninth
ritr nut the Detroit Tiger?,;

8-2 and the Boston Red Soxl ent hJtiess jn the doublehead doublehead-bea't
bea't doublehead-bea't the Baltimore Orioles, 6-5, er and dropped to .330.
on Prank Malzone's lOth-lnning Ninth-inning homers by

AnMtk In thfr -Otner American
League games.
In the National League, Ernie
Brnks tied his own major
es"it record for shortstops by
hitting his 44th homer as the
Chicago Cubs swept the San
Francisco Giants, 6-4 and 4-1,
v,. Cincinnati Redlegs shoved
the Philadelphia Phillies five
games' deep In the cellar with
6-4 and 9-2 victories, and the
.the St. Louis Cardinals, 7-5.
Maas drove in one run him himself
self himself and Tony Kubek and Elston
Howard homered for the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees who won the season se series
ries series 'with Washington, Ramos,
who pitched a six-hitter to give
him two straight shutouts and
22 consecutive scoreless innings
only run of the opener in the
fourth inning on a walk, Roy
Sievers' double and Norm Zau Zau-chin's
chin's Zau-chin's Infield out.
Wes Covington knocked In all
three of the Braves' runs with
m, ulnirle and double In the
opener as Spahn came within
one victory of a record ninth
20-wln campaign. Bob Skinner
drove in three runs with a sin single
gle single and a homer and Bill Ma Ma-zeroskl
zeroskl Ma-zeroskl tripled to spark the.Pi-
ITODAY ENCANT0 35 201
Paul Newman
Joanne Woodward in
"THE LONG, HOT SUMMER"!
Barry Sullivan in
"FORT GUNS"
Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT
BALBOA 6:15 & 8:15
Mel Ferrer Dana Wynter
"FRAULEIN"
In Cinemascope & Color!
COCO SOLO 7:00
Gregory Peck
"THE BRAY ADOS"
In Cinemascope & Color!
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Jeff Morrow
"THE GIANT CLAW"
MARGARITA 6:15 &
George Montgomery
"BLACK PATCH"
7:50
PARAISO
Frank Sinatra
"PAL JOEY"
7:00
SANTA CRUZ 7:00
"THE DOMINO KID" and
"New Orleans Uncensored"
CAMP BIERD 7:00
"NIGHT PASSAGE"
TODAY
CAP IT OLIO
35c. : 20c.
THE BROTHERS
KARAMAZOV
with Yul Brynner
-.Also:
UNDERWATER
WARRIOR
with Dan Dalley

rates' eight-hit attack that

tagged Lew Burdette with his
10th loss in the" second game.
Bobby Avlla's two-run eighth
tuning single brought the In
dlans from behind after a solo
homer by Vic Pdwef cut
go's margin to 3-2 in the sev-
enth. Power was making his,

first nnnenrariee at the Dlate.Mmoso, uev. m ouz

since he almost became involv involved
ed involved in a fight with White Sox
manager Al Lopez after Vic was
hit by a pitched ball In the
fifth. Ray Narleski scored his
12th victory for the Indians
while Dick Donovan suffered his
13th' loss fo rChicago.
Bill Tuttle's Infield hit knock knocked
ed knocked in the winning run for the
Athletics and climaxed a rally
In which Kansas City "got a
walk, thtee Infield hits, one hit
to the outfield and scored a run
on a neiaers cnoice. ine rany
R Herbert his sixth win
. i hi. JJ.i.
and Frank Lary his 14th defeat.
Mal-zone's winning Mow for
the Red jfox followed a single
by Qick fiuddin and a walk to
Pete Runnels, all with two out 1
in the 10th, and dealt 19-year
old Milt Pappas his eighth de defeat.
feat. defeat. The Orioles threw 24
players Into the game, two
fewer than the record for an
extra-Inning contest.
Walt Moryn knocked in three
runs with two homers and1 Lee
Walls hit a three-run homer for
the Cubs in the first game and
Banks drove in three runs with
a double and his homer to com
plete the sweep. 'Bob Anderson
and Dick Drott we're the win winning
ning winning pitchers for the Cubs who
ora three entries behind Illin-
.... Rt. T.niS willie Mavs
Smokey Burgess t. and Ed Bailey
nroduced tour runs ana cincin
natl's first-game victory. Then
v, prior! pounded opt 15
hits, including a homer by Walt
Dropo and triples by Bailey and
Roy McMillan, to make It a
breeze in the nightcap.
Gil Hodges drove in three
runs with two homew, -ajtuL. Doij
Zlmmer, Charley Neal and John
Roseboro also homered as Los
Angeles' Johnny Podres won
his 13th game. Gene Green and
Eddie Kasko homered for the
Cardinals.

Cooper, Gibson Complete
Little Slam' Of Tennis

FOREST HILMv N.Y.HUVij as well as Wimbledon, then de de-Wimbledon
Wimbledon de-Wimbledon dhamplons A s h'Tip y throned defending champion Mai
Cooper o: Australia and Althea Anderson o Australia by avenguig
r.ihsnn of New York's Harlem (lis- last year's final round decision,

trict completed the orizcl "Muy
slam" in tennis yesterday Dy win
nine the U. S. singles cnampmn
ships with spectacular comebacks

betore a-cheering-throng--of -1-1, fltnkfWes crown by defeating Maria

Within minutes, after she fougiit
from behind with a sunprblv
neered 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 victory over
Darlene Hard of Montebel o. ( ai'i
for her second straiPht WimhMon
and U. S. slams, the 31-year-old
Miss Gibson annoiThcefl hp
ment "for at leas,t fliyeacVjto con concentrate
centrate concentrate on her singing career.
Cooper;TrTaWpidrT""Of A'tfStra i ia
DRIVE-IN
30c. 9:00
tAST DAY1
Ster,ljnjr
HAYDEN
Pamela
DUNCAN,
in
GUN BATTLE-
AT MONTERREY

theatres TODAY

TIVOLI
J5c. 20c.
NO SLEEP TIM,
DAWN
with Karl Maiden
- Also:
. i
HELEN OF TROY
with Ronana Podesta

VICTORIA
,25c. .- 15c.
L I A N E
with Marlon Michael
- Also- -1
GUNSLINGER
With John Ireland

LEADING
HITTERS
(Based on 350 official at bit,
NATIONAL LEAGUE
ft AB RJtiJNfc
Musial. St. L. 127 441 62 150 30

Ashburn, Phi. 134 538 85 181 ,m
Aaron, Mil 137 545 98 182 .33;
Mays, S. F. 136 531 103 175 .J3o
ycinner. Pit. 129 468 84 i .jia
Banks, Chi. 138 550 Hi 174 .317
Lynch, Cin, 107 360 45, 111 .308
Cepeda, 5. F. im i4
Temple, Cin. ,:134r$l? 80.168 .300
Walls, Chi. 135 .313 :W iae
AMERICAN LEAGUE $
Runnels, Bos. 1 493 88 159 .323
Cerv, K. Ci. 123 450
81 143 .318
Power, Ciev.
129 927
122 489
89 167 .31 i
61 155 .317
71 112 .31$
40 jf7 .310
83 155 M-J
67 168 .305
76 169 .an I
81 147 Hi
Cbica-lKuenn, Det.
Willianu, Bos. 182. 365
Goodman, Chi. y10l 378
Malzone, Bos. 136 552
Fox, Chi. 'Ja3? 554
Jensen, Bos. 1S8 485
Sievers, Wash.130 482
Siebern, N.Yrt.K
78 146 .303
HOME RUNS
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
Mathews. Braves
Aaron, Braves
Mays, Giants
Robinson, Redleges
44
35
30
28
28
28
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, Yankees
Sievers, Senators
Colavito, nditmr
Jensen, Red Sox
Cerv, Athletics
nn
36
(4
31
RUNS BATTED IN
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Banks, Cubs
Thomas, Pirates
H. Anderson, Phillies
Mays, Giants
Cepeda, Giants
117
105
89
84
84
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Jensen, Red Sox
Sievers, Senators
. Colavito. Indians
i Cerv. Athletics
Berra, Yankees
113
100
f)K
90
87
LEADING
PITCHERS
(Based en 12 decisions)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
W
9
It
16
10
16
L.
?-..
.655
.M'l
.640
Spahn, Braves
Willey, Braves
Purkey, Redlegs
Hobbie, Cubs
Burdette, Braves
10
5
9
e
10
.625
.615
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Turley, Yankees 20 6
Hyde, Senators 10 3
McLish. Indians 14 7
Ford, Yankees 14 7
Delock, Red Sox 12 6
.769
.761
.067
.667
.667
6-2, 3 6, 4 6,
10 8, 8 6.
Marsaret Osborn,. Dupont 01
Wilmington, Del., and Australia's
Neale Fraser won the mixed aou
Bueno ot nrazn ana aicx uimcuu
of Peru,6 4 3 6, 9-7.
Cooper was on ine rooes h. ci
i losing two of the first three sets
to Anderson, the 23 year old cow-
noy who ncKea mm in iasi yem
final, but he clawed his way back
with surges of oower tennis 'hat
brought gasps from the gallery.
The 22-year-old Cooper scored
the winning servicP break in e
final game of the match whi.9
limping on an miiired ankle. I,ei 1 1-ing
ing 1-ing 6-5 in the fifth set, with Ander
son serving, tjooper ten neauy
chasing a ball he couldn t get and
twisted his right anKie. nP vom:
a- brief time out but lost the game
to make it 6 6.
However, Cooper then held his
own service for 7-6 and broke An
derson's delivery when Mai unac
countably muffed tour Key snow.
SUBCONTRACT AWARDED
WALTHAM,' Mass (UPT) Syl.
vania Electric Products Inc., has
awarded a subcontract to Frans Frans-worth
worth Frans-worth Electronics Co. to design
and develop test equipment for the
"electronic shield" of the B 58 hus hustler
tler hustler supersonic bomber, i: was an announced
nounced announced today.
DISCOUNT ALLOWED
CHICAGO (UPI) Hertz Rent
A Car System Inc., announced it
ha? completed negotiations with 19
airlines to allow round-trip airjine
passengers to receive a 5 per cent
discount on the rental of a Hertz
car.
Prices!
$5.00 13.00 $2.09
Presentation of
THE BALLET
SAN FRANCISCO

Informal

In Alfamira Club

Balboa Men's Summer Scratch
League
Irani Won
Lost
31
3iya
s?y2
35y,
41
41 ft
40
45
Balboa Beer .... 45
Tivoli Travels .... 44
Kent Cigarettes .43
Zenith Radios ... 40
Pepsi Cola Martinis 35
Dunlop-Hillman 34 y2
Scott Atwater ... 32
Cafe Duran Blue S. 31
Averages P. Damian 183,
Melanson 178, Kunkel 176, HI
Team Duran-Blue Star 2597,
Hi-game Team 962; Hi-3 Indi Individual'
vidual' Individual' Melanson 667, Hi-single
Melanson 237.
Balbao Beer 4, Scott Atwater 0
The Balboa Beer guzzlers
vaulted from third place to the
top of the league all in one ses session,
sion, session, when they swamped the
Scott Atwater Motors for all
four points. The first game was
practically a gift, because de despite
spite despite bowling way' below their
average, the Scott Atwaters
handed the Beer Barrels the
game.
The Beers had a scare In the
second game but piled up
eleven marks In the tenth
frame to win by 35 sticks. The
Wast set was easy, the Brewers
breezed to the top of the class.
Fifteenth Naval District star
Ray Dube collected 565, and Lou
Glud broke into the charm cir
cle with 501. For the losers, Joe
Bieber had his own personal
feud with Dube, but was edged
out 565 to 546.
Tivoli Travel 6, Pepsi
Cola-Martini 4
The Tivoli Travels feeling
snug as a bug in a rug when
last week they took over the
lead ran into a stumbling block
in the form of ,the Pepsi Cola Cola-Martini
Martini Cola-Martini Mixtures. The Pepsi-
Martinis could do no wrong
and swept the series 4 to 0 and
with Balboa winning four the
Tivoli Tribe finds themselves in
second place.

THE SAN FRANCISCO BALLET
tap a i Last

IUUAT
8:45 p.m.
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Scores Nose Victory

The combination of Lou Hack
and Pepe Damian was too much
for the Tivoli nomads in the
first game. The same combina
tlon was again lethal in the sec
ond, when Lou posted 218 and
Pepe 214. In the finale, Lou fell
off, but Ron King teamed up
with Damian and took the last
same by two pins.
It was a tough pill lot the
Tivolis to swallow, because their
anchor man, Bruce Hassler did
a bang up job, having 207 and
215 earner and a 615 series. Da
mian was four pins, witn on,
which included 214 and 206 ef
forts. Hack racked up a 559 set,
with 208 and 218 games. Ronnie
King rounded out the elite Keg-
lers wim ou.
Zenith Radios S, Kent
Cigarettes 1
The pack of Kent Cigarettes
who had domlanted the league
leadership for most of the sea season
son season is falling apart at the
seams, and now are In third
place. This week they were the
victims of the Zeniths Radios,
paced by Humberto Delaca's.
211 the Zeniths gathered the
first game by 107 sticks.
The Kents came back and
took the second by 77, but lost
the last stanza and the TP
marker Althoueh Deluca of
Zenith had two 200 games and
a 555 series, he was second best
to teammate Joe Burgeon with
no 200 games, but a 560 series.
Al Hele com Dieted the deluxe
array with 501. For the tram trampled
pled trampled Rents, Joe Sullivan from
Albrook continued his top flight
bowling with 568 series. Perez
pounded 545 and Curly Bates
brought In 513.
Duran -Blue Star 3,
Dunlop-Hillman 1
. With Andy Hinely banging
nut a 207 and Ed Kunkel a 197,
the Dunlop Hillman cars and
tires nut the first game in the
win column. But that was all
for the night because the .Blue
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Handicap

Slumping jockey Hell odoro
( Papito) Gustines gav Informal
a good ride to score a nose victo
ry over Quickie in the featured
11,000 Altamira Club Handicap
yesterday afternoon at the Pres President
ident President Remon racetrack.
Quickie, a rank outsider, got a
great ride from, leading jockey
Braullo Baeza and1 barely missed
with mutuels favorite Perdulario
winding up third a length and
one-half behind the leaders. Al
Justo, Michiripa, Bacancito, Ra Ra-gazza
gazza Ra-gazza and Guadalcanal finished
in order.
Informal, which raced in an
entry with Ragazza, returned a
juicy $6.20 win and $6.40 place.'
Outsider Quickie paid $23 place.
. 1 A 1 S A 1
imurmai s time lor uu seven
furlongs ws.i :24; 45.
The secondary attraction for
first series thoroughbreds was
an even bigger 'thriller with all
four starters battling for victory
when they swung into the home homestretch.
stretch. homestretch. At the finish it was Em Embassy
bassy Embassy by a neck, Mossadeq second
by a nose over King's Park and
Hostigador, which had set the
pace to the homestretch, third
three lengths further back.
Baeza, as usual, was the win win-nlngest
nlngest win-nlngest rider of the afternoon
with four triumphs. Gustines
and Jose Ulloa was runnersup
with two wins apiece.
The dividends:
FIRST RACE
1 Miss Patience $7.80, $3.40
2 Mar Bravi $3 ..,
SECOND RACE
1 Mania Lola $3.60, $2.40
3 Martlet $2.80
First Double: $22.20
THIRD RACE
1 Nirvana (excluded from bet betting)
ting) betting) 2 Don Brigido $6.20, $4.80
3 Daniel $10.60 j
One-Two: $77.80
FOURTH RACE
1 Sahri $3.20, $2.20
2 Don Graii $2.40
Quiniela: $2.80
FIFTH RACE
1 Dependable $6.80, $2-60
2 Alucinado $2.20
SIXTH RACE
1 Cervecero $3, $2.20
2 Anglish Wonder $2.60
SEVENTH RACE
1 Lucky Sky $5, $3.40
2 Abolengo $6.60
' Second Double: $8.20
EIGHTH RACE
1 Bodegon $8.20, $2.80
2 Colleen's Wish $2.40
Quiniela: $8
NINTH RACE
1 Informal $6.20, $6.40
2 Quickie $23
One-Two: $125
TENTH RACE
1 Embassy $5.40, $2.60
ELEVENTH RACE
1 Don Lucho $3, $2.60
2 Critico $. .40
Star-'Co'fee D1 ans got hot and
went on a record breaking spree.
With a 131 blind in their
lineup Raul Alvarado hit 220,
Bob Glud 182, Frank Labrum
209, .and Ted Melanson 220 for
a 962 .team total, tops for the
league; While they fell off to a
794 figure in the finale they still
won by three sticks. Raul Alva
rado finished with 586, Frank
Labrum 579 and Ted Melanson
540. Fbr the beaten Dunlop Dunlop-HHlmahs,
HHlmahs, Dunlop-HHlmahs, Andy Hinely 511, and
M Knnkel 548.
Curundu Mixed League
Men and women interested in
joining the Mixed League of
flurundu as regular members or
substitutes are invited to attend
the opening night meeting to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow at 7:15 p.m. at the Cu Curundu
rundu Curundu alleys, clubhouse of Cu Cu-rundii.
rundii. Cu-rundii. President Frank South
will be there to welcome you in into
to into the league. You can call 83 83-4271
4271 83-4271 to get your name in a
team.
Five Guaracheros
Make Basketball
ection Of Colon
vfwe members of the Guararhe
rtis Jr. farm team were selected
fof 4he basketball team that will
represent thp Province of Colon
tin the annuaj National Basketball
ampionship of the Republic of
'anama.
ey are:, Carlos Hansen, vie-
Cafiatf, AnastaSio Sanguillch.
liOthjiieiiv Massiah and Rainbow Ci-
it ,Kaskctball star, Lionel "Bud "Bud-King.
King. "Bud-King. e complete team roster of
every province that is particinat
ing carries ten men. The event
will.be inaugurated on Saturday.
Sent. 13, at 6:00 p.m., and the
winning provincial team will re
ceive a giant trophy donated by
President Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr.
' All games will be played In the
Claudia Laowe Gymnasium of the
"Colegio Abel Bravo." The nub
ile is invited to attend. A moder
ate price of admission will be
charged.

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Pittsburgh ?WM8.
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Chicago
Philadelphia
TODAY'S A-"
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (N)
Only game scheduled.
Yesterday's Result
(First Game) r 1
Milwaukee 100 OOfr 020 S 11
Pittsburgh 010 000 000 ,1 5
Spahn (19 10) and Crandall.
Kline (12-14) and Foilet.
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 000 000 0011 7
Pittsburgh 000 011 02x I 8
Burdette (16-10), McMahon and
Rice.
Law (12-11), Face and Hall;
(First Geme)
San Franeisco 201 000 0014 J 1
Chicago 020 100 03x 6 8 0
McCormiek (ll-8) and Schmidt.
Anderson (2-1), Elsten and Nee
man.
(Second Game)
San Francisco 000 000 001 I 1 0
Chicago 000 000 13x-4 ,8 6
Gomez (7-11) Worthington, Mon-
mui ana xnomas. m
Drott (7-12) and Neeman.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 100 000 014-4 8
Philadelphia 010 100 0204 in
Harfdix. Schmidt, Jeffeoat (7-b
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Cardwell, Farrell (7-7) and He He-gan.
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Cincinnati 005 111 001 15
Philadelphia 010 010 0002 7 l
Nuxall (12-10), Pena and Bailev
Morehead (-5), Erickson, San-

Nine Football Starters

By GRANVILLE ALLISON J;
OXFORD, Miss. (UPI) Gradu
ation took nine starters from the
Sugar Bowl champion Mississippi
Rebels, but Coa JhlBnVVaught
is unusually optimistic for a coach
the job done.
"Defensive olay Will be the kv
to a successful season." Vaucht
said, 'ijt's the. toughest Oart" of
the game, and with our loss or
experienced men. jjt1 ajit te hurt
US;'i -m00iA
ing progrini, but the oHfy thmf
to do is to go to work and: get
the job done" i i
Vaught, now in his 12th season
at Mississippi, .hu no patience
with critics wk lsfbek the; Rebel
scheduled a' soft toMf f
Whoever ,sass we're nlavinc
an easy scheduled just isn't think thinking,"
ing," thinking," Vaught said. "I look fet
Kentucky and Louisiana State to
be the real dark horses of the
conference, and we1 play both of
them."
Quarterback Ray Brown led the
team to second place in the
South-eastern Conference in
behind powerful Auburn, then
starred in the New Orleans post postseason
season postseason classic With a 100 yard
touchdown run as the: Rebe,s
drubbed Texas 39-7.
Graduation got Brown and eight
of his first-team associates, but
Vaught has a reputation for
spring "big surprises. His iau
rels include three SEC crowns and
three second-plate finishes, plus
five bowl appearances.
'
Soced is the Drincioal reauisitc
to Vaught, and this year's outfit
could be the, fastest in the con
ference. .f' j '
Quarterback Bobbv Franklin led
last season's second unit whieh
was quicker than th,. first te.-im
and scored more points overall.
He's a ciftd runner and adeauate
passer. Junior Billy Brewer also
Isthmian Little League Meeting
Hae Isthmian Little League
will hold an important meeting
tomorrow evening at 5 o'clock
in the Paraiso Service Center
meeting room.
; 'a.;tiy.
Plans for the third season-will
be discussed. 'also the mainten maintenance
ance maintenance and improvement f the
park in Pedro Migvlel' will. -to on
the agenda. All members are
asked to attend. imttle
League program is Corhmuni
ty project and all Interested
persons are cordially invited to

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51 71 .424
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Washington
TODAY'S GAMES
Open date.
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(First Game)
WasSimrton OOO'lOO 000-1 8
New York 000 000 ooft-n at
Ramos (14-13) and Fitzgerald.
Shantji: (74); Din-en and Berra.
(Second G me)
(Setettd Game)
FeaWngton 000 000 000-0 4 0
New York Oil 02ft ao7 a
fenetti (44), Constable, Ro
niwwsky, Grigg andCoartney.
Mais, (M) and Howard 7
Boston ooi ofloi- i
Baltimore 003 000 110 0-S 8 1
BowsfieR WaH Byerly,, Sisier
(t-7) end White, Daley.
, Brown, Wilhelm, Loes, Lehra,ni
Pappas (8-8) Zuverink and Trian-
dos.
s Citv ooo nnn m t
Detroit ooo 000 020-2 4 0
Herbert (-7), Garver and Chiri.
Xary (14-14), Svsce, Hoeft and
Wilson.
Chicago 021 000.00-
Cleveland 000 100 i2f-4 9 t
Donovan (12-13) and Loilar.
Ferrarese, Narleski (14-9) and
Nixon.
ford and Lopata.
Us Angeles 021 010 020-7
St. Louis 010 020 002-5 10 0
Podres i(13-12), Klipnstein, Ro-i-fax,
Labine and Roseboro.
, ,ck Chittum, Muf-
reft and Green.
will se a loj; of Icti'on.
Vaught s oower im h;iu
will come from fnllhaeV rh.rii
gia Tech star jStanl chsr.,
ne, a sophomore last vr ua
the SEC in rushing with 7.4 yards
yer carry , : n
The halfback corps will be built
around seniors Kent T,nv0 a re anA
Tommy Taylor at right and Jim Jimmy
my Jimmy Cowboy Woodruff, and Jim
Hall on the other side.
In the line. Mississinni h.
lapsrrjs finest mafipai: ever for
the center slot. gSklfbet, 5 inch
Milton Crain is oiie of the two
returning starters. The 218-pound-er
was one of the '.conference's
outstandinfi pivot men last sea season,
son, season, Epd Billy Tempfc!tHv is tht
onm (Omer retmnpg; starter.
-v Sepxi 20 Memphis Stat, at
Memphis night; Sept. 27Kentuck 27Kentuck-ky
ky 27Kentuck-ky at Memphis night; Oct. 4
Trinity at San Antomo, Tex.
night; Ott. 11-Tulane at New Or Orleans
leans Orleans night; Oct. IS Hardin-Sim-mons
at Oxford; Oct 25Arkan 25Arkan-sas
sas 25Arkan-sas at Iittlt Rock; Nov 1 Loui Louisiana
siana Louisiana State at Baton Rouge night
Nov. 8 Houston t Oxford; Nov.
Tennessee -at Knexville; No.
29 Mississippi State at Oxford.
s '.
Redskins Edge
Eagles 35-31
JAOCSONVILLE, Fit. (UPI) -The
.Washington Redskins, plaved
a gape of "can you top this?"
in long-distance runs, finally edg edged
ed edged the Philadelohia Eagles 35 31
Saturday night before some 26,300
sans u Miy&mt, Btm':A&
The low, run barrage began
midway: in the final period with
the Redskins leading 21.-17, With
fourth-down and less than a yard
to go on his Own 27-yanl line,
half-back Ed Sutton broke through
the Eagle defense, and ramble J
73 yards for a score. 1
The Eagles made H 28-24 a few
minutes later; on a 65-yard drive,
climaxed by a seven-yard aerial
TD.fr.pm Norm Van Brocklin ta
IHnBoVhy Walslon.
Halfback Bert Zagers then took
the Kagie xicko f on his own one
and sprinted 7' vr P"""
deiphia's 21, Two plays,, W
Eddie Lebaron passed 19 yai-u
to Joe Walsfon and Sam Baker
converted to make it 33-.
Philadelnhia mad It H4I ltm
halfback Dale Kins gathered ia
the kfkoff on Ml lS'lfW r .ned
85 yards for the final touchdown
on the game. Walston converted.
Both teams were tied 14-14 at
the half, the Redskin scoring on
two yard plunges by aim raaoitt
and Don Bdsseler: The Eagles
countered with a 27, yard Vaa
Brocklin-to-Pete Retslaff pass- and
another from Van Brocklin te 1ID
Barnes from II Jirdi out.



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Play Shifts to
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Next Saturday

by
WILLIAMS
by
JOE

tjfciefli" r met ffft Ii ifc

ONE of the newer college J
coacnes isn i nciuu ""k"
by "sitting" on the kid, who fig figures
ures figures to be the nucleus of his elm
. .tension building up between
the two could bring a. olow-up as
spectacular a the stM'a playing
. . .Wonder if the -sd Sox know
thst Jackie Jensen J skiing ile
votee (ooh, those ankles and
California grid tutor Pete Elliott
is his buddy on slat hen the
snow hits the High Sierra .
It's a happier Ham Richardfloh
on the tennis circuit .with the
probability strong that the USLTA
will okay his wife going along "J
Australia for the Davis Cup jaunt
. .only fitting that Scholar Hari
should have mameo me oeauw
ous Mrs. R wheiTshs was giving
athletic instruction at gins
school in New Orleans . since
pBys ed was the only course in
which the Phi Betta-Rhodes schol scholar
ar scholar registered a B at Tulane aft after
er after 44 A's .
There'3 also a theory Richard Richardson
son Richardson is playing better because or
the first time he's not preoccu
pied with studies
Willie Mays was trying to coax
Orlando Cepeda into singing a
contract; With Frank Scott tin
ubiquitous ballplayers' agent
but Orlando no spik da. Englesh
muy bueno and didn't get th
drift of the talk until Willie
tioned: "You want a new sports
coat? You want a, new car?"
. This Orlando savvied "0 "0-kay,
kay, "0-kay, then you sign with him".
Tip on one of the great sopns
in the country: Vinnie Scott, a
burly Maryland end from Wilming Wilmington,
ton, Wilmington, Del (which also gave Ron
ni Waller to the Terps . ...
knocks people ddwn,' catches pass pass-e
e pass-e and ( boot tape-meas,ure field
goals .
Kk. lafnpt monilorin flf CUS

D'Amato now find him refusittgyioio and Nellie To.

to put Floyd Patterson into any
defense oi his title at Mad'son
Squar. Garden pn a percentage
deal ."Because I don't want
the IBC to share in the prcfit3
of any Patterson fight" .On'y
a flat rental will do .Ingemar
Hohannson o Sweden is out as
an opponent if it eve,r turns up
that George Ahlquist is his mm mm-ager
ager mm-ager of record ; .J'Biecause AM
quist flatly sta(edhe was only a
promoter, not his manager, and
lt'a time the boxing commismpns
madameir roles sti ?4
How's this for getting it from
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Hajn Richmidson
botQ ends.. ..Norm Siebern, the
budding Yank left fielder, was in
the New York organization as a
pro baseball player . when be
got a free ride- on a- basketball
scholarship at Missouri Stale
Teachers, in ijpnngneid .,
Maybe Ted Williams represents
a threat to Bosox mate' Pete Run Runnels'
nels' Runnels' for the AL batting title, but
it Was Pete who induced the
Splinter to bunt safely not iong
ago .with the Sox six runs be behind
hind behind and the defense swung way
around to-the right Pete's al
ways been an opposite field hit
ter because he claims the late
swing gives him more time to
look the pitch over ,'
i The only infield in the Ameri American
can American League where you can tap a
bunt on the baseline, dirt ; : not
have it roll foul is Co t skey
Park in Chicago .tailoreu spe specifically
cifically specifically that wa v for Luis Aps
Obscmv (well, relatively) Los
Angeles State has a 6-4 230- und
fullback named John Adams who's
coveted by the pros .and turn-
ed down a $10,000 bid-to play -with
the Toronto Argonauts. and
Del ore WjW quit utui rer la
State because the late Red Ssn
ders wanted to convert his bulk
to' a tackle spot. ... Utah (now i
run Dyj&anaers amp. jwy jgc
nixed him
Between you'n'me, Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle looks, the other -way when
Whitey Frd taunts him with his
new nickname "Elmer".
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.it's at fmpi as all this:

nibal Galindo playing in the

nrsi ioursome on me iees yes yesterday
terday yesterday morning turned in a one
pver par 73 at the Fort Davis
Oolf Club to win medalist hon
ors in the 1958, Mercurio Isth Isthmian
mian Isthmian Amateur Golf Tourna
ment.
Galindo was tied with Jim Ri
ley with 75s at the conclusion
of the first round at the Bra
zos Biook Golf Club.
Riley rand Tony Jankus are
tied for second place at 150.
Play switches to the Panama
Golf Club Saturday with the i
nal round on Sunday at Fort
Amador.
The qualifying for the final 36
holes next weeicena are: .
Championship Flight
A. Galindo 148
J. Riley ,150
T. Jankus 150
UfcUS lOU
itten J51
Londes, Jr. ....... .156
Srun 156
Dr. Mitten
J. Des
B. LeBrun
J. Crichton 156
D. Schegal 157
G. Riley ....
D. Mathieson
A. Saarinan
M. Chad wick
D. kause ...
Col. Babb .
,:....
158
159
r
160
160
160
G. Hicks 160
L. Collett ................. 161
First Flight
B. Schmitt .v....:
162
162
162
162
184
185
186
8. Puller
A. Yeager
C. MacMurray
D. Dehlinger
P. Richmond
8. Kincald ,.
Vflnn
1Q7
P. Moran 167
' m.
H. Beall 167
Rice 168
. T. Jacks 46
a. Hurr
In. Farnsworth
t widee
lp9
170
170
Jack Smith
Second Fill
J. Kline m. 164
T Stuart 167
V. Annicherio 167
E. Poole ..- ,v 167
H. DeRaps 169
L. Dehlinger 169
D. Leonard i".;;6. ."r.'lM
M. Cireene ......169
L. Lally 171
R. Betron 173
W. Conger 173
B. Marquard 174
T. Spsncer 175
B. Thomas it..,; 177
L. Meier ,iV. Wl
D. Myers 177
Third Flight
J. Whitelaw 179
M. Mahona 180
T Nanitr 180
P. Halt 181
Bennett 182
Sanders ;.- 184
Byerley 185
Morland 187
Coffman
187
187
.Cain
Garvin
Wainio
188
188
W. En?elke
K. BMere ............
G. Sllvas .. .....
M. Smith
Fourth Fligh.
C. Clover r
W. A. Sullivan
E. Terry
G. ROth
J. Horan
R. Cofey
R. Gleaaon
C. Fry
J. A. Smith
E. Brown
D. Brayton
E. Starn .............
W. DelaMater ......
M. McCullough .'
D. Frolf
188
189
190
190
. 174
,. 176
. 17RJ
. 178
. 179
,. 179
. 181
. 182
.. 182
. 182
. 183
. 186
. 166
. 186
. 188
T. Sullivan
Fifth Flight
Leonard
Scott .'
Osborne ,.
PoviHwi
K. Hazard
. 188
. 190
. 190
. 190
. 13
. 191
E. Kirk ,.
r Voth
.191
. m
. 195
. ltf
. 199
i .,
J. Hwklngon .. . ... .
Shof ..........v........
,'Dr. Rupn"
T. Emmett
D. Mansfield" ..;
W. EssHniger
L f aatro ..
. 201
. 204
. 205
. 206
. 210
. 210
. 18S
. 190
. 193
Hert?enge
H. Buttr
Sixth Flight
Masenea ;.,....,
LClark
'"'atson
See ley .v. itv.
R.
W
V.
. 197
R. Owen
1W
m
John Salterio
.........
W. TWter
Mainft
J. Morgan
M. Pa)eum
jo- iiltrlo
R. Pinkham .............
h. Fin
R. aufherty
Jt Anderson
. 203
. 203
. 204
. 206
. 205
. 205
. 811
M. foody I...
C. Jones
Reyenth Flight
R Jaramilld
A. Bernstein
Try
211
211
214
215

B. I. Everaon

Colleae Football

At Make

By HARRY GRAYSON
COLLEGE football squads are
in the make or break period
which is the three weeks of solid
drill thev cet in before scholas
tic classes commence and the
first shots are fired on Sept. 20.
College coaches have learned
from the professionals that it
doesn't pay to scrimmage too
much once the season starts. The
risK of injury is too great aod
mere is no percentage in u-jv 11:14
your game on ine pracuce neiu.
This is the college players
most trying time. It's plain drudg
ery with no let up from early
mnrniiiflr until AVAnfno nn thn
fiAlrf and nt th WeV timirft Th
out 'it must come out of this p-ind
in condition and knowing where
it's going with all hands pixnt-r-
lyi CSJt. .lilili tit if!
The campaign should be most
exciting and controversial with
rule changes providing one arm
blocking, liberalized substitution
and the two-point conversion, the
latter opening the field for tons
.fit-cdnd'-'gaeasing. itfr.h
Football becomes faster and
more complex -with each season.
The combatants improve like all
athletes except major league bese
ball players and prize fighters
The coaching is more scientific.
MOM THAT THE BOYS are
bnttiae! heads aeain. wnfcli ar
rays figure to be grabbing the
headlines in November?
starting with the stronger cir
cuits, Ohio State's. sock 'em roek'
em game with all the horses fig
ures to' make it 4 Big Ten cham
pionships out of five. Behind the
Buckeyes, in the order named,
are rankafl always lofminane
Michigan State, Iowa, Wisconsin
Illinois and Purdue.
Notre Dame lacks soeed and
deoth and obtained little nth'
from the freshmen, yet has e-
nouch ftaht and savvv around
Nick Pietrosante to equal its sur surprising!
prising! surprising! TS! record of a year asn.
Auturn s probation problems
won't stqp the Plainsmen from
mopping up again in the Bourn'
eastern Conference. Next in l;ne
are TefiBessee; Georgia Tech. Mir.
sissinpi State and MisssSoo'
It's Oklahoma as usual in fhe;
Big Eight with Colorado aeain
the principal threat. The Sqo'tei's
their margins have been as thin
i
POWER Hera is an axaqgar
atad view of th. hands and th II
wrii wnicn ara mracpinji er er-ni
ni er-ni Banks af Chicaja Cubs
th, m a jor Itigut hem run
and, runs batttd In champion
T. Donovatt
224
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Or Break Stage

as the akJr and Buffalo veterans
re bolstered by remarkable so
phomores.

Texas Christian's Froas dDmriWest Virginia continues to domi

to nave loo many
horns in 1 1n-
unpredictable Southwest Confer
encey but Texas and Southern
Methodist won't be far off.
EDDIE ERDELATZ
bout the men lost and how toui-h
it is to get a good kid in the A.
cademy, but this handicanp-r
picks Navy to go all thP w.;v.
which means beating Michip.m.
Notre Dame and Army en route
Pittsburgh belongs next amone the
eastern independents aheaH nf
Army, Penn State. Boston Colics-
and Syracuse. Princeton shouiii
repeat in the iVy League with
Dartmouth, harvard, Yale -nd
Pennsylvania challenging.

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Complete Prize-winning Numbers In the Ordinary Drawing No. 2061, Sunday,
The whole ticket has S2 pieces divided In two aeriei "A" to "B" of 36 placea

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Drawinc
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Second Prze
Third Prise
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Teams

It's Duke in the Atlantic Coast
iCnnferenre
! Carolina, Maryland and Clemson.
nate the Southern ahead of VM1
and Virginia Tech. Independent
Miami of Coral Gables is capa capable
ble capable of standing off any colics
combination.
UCLA and Washington, State
must be listed behind i Oregon
State in the last year of ithe Pa Pacific
cific Pacific Coast Conference,-but there
really isn't a first class college
iob on the golden slope. Wyom Wyoming
ing Wyoming shows th-. way in the Moun Mountain
tain Mountain States. Houston in the inde indestructible
structible indestructible Missouri Valley.
But always remember that with
college boys this is an emotion
al game in yhich the ball fre frequently
quently frequently bounces funny.

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Cm the basis of information de ihow little money you are able 10
veiopea by this jocrdaibly mdus take out of Washington he ra,
tnous department, the price islportedly said t8

odds on thatoung Caiviu liiutm.
will not be permitted to move
his 5 and 10 cents baseball store
out of Washington.
in order to transfer a tranche.
fve a fu?mative votes are nec:cs
sary. As of now Jour cluo own
ers are known to be oodosmI. nan
ly, New York, Boston, Detroit aim
Kansas City. This is. one. more
than is required to. top the Sena
tors irom neeing to Minneapolis
St. Paul Anchorage, Cut 'N' Shoot
or what have you.
Whether baseball is really t.ie
national gam;. or not the club jwn
ers like to believe it is. Accordinj;
ly, they feel that to turn their cor
porate backs on the nation's ca
pital would be' a mistake, psycho
logically and symbolically.
Also, there appears to be a new
ly aroused sentiment against at
tering the geographical structure
of the ieegu? whenever one of
the lodge members rattles a tin
cup and moans "Brother, can you
spare a dime."
The owners insist there are
factors in the Washington situatior
that were not present when they
appoved similar shifts to Kansas
City and Baltimore.
"There isv, 'or ont," explained
a prominent American Leaguer
whom w contacted yesterdav yesterdav-"the
"the yesterdav-"the ceremonial importance of
having a team in Washington. More
practically, baseball there, enter
m-isinglv presented, will pay and
pay well. The city hasn't let base
ball down, baseball has let the
city down. To'be specific, the peo
pie in charge of the game there
'Why Don't You Sail',
We learn that when Griffith ap
peared before' the brothers at a
closed meeting before the All tar
game in July hi feceptfon Was1 not
one that tlraW "aecutately be" des
cribed as filled with affectionate
warmth.
In making his pitch for suoport
he introduced a theme which, in
the light of established propensi propensities,
ties, propensities, he had every reasonable ex
penctation would touch deeply their
symnathy and understanding.
"Every one of you men have
complained bitterly to me about
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Prize. Serlot A and B. of
174 Prize
Price qt a whole ticker
Price of a fifty second

This met with ;iuh.H v.k-

disavowal. However. th broth

many have suffered inwardly tnV -face
they presented to the pii0i:3j- r
was bravely uncomplaining. Thera
must be somsthing lxut the
jestic shadows of the Capital dome j
that brings out the finest in men
and magnates.
A,."notner Point, we are told. ,1

" UHLIU(CU UT uue. ..

me uromers m a most uno,..
therly manner. ."Instead of mov-' V
ing elsewhere why don't you sell.
I can get you a buyer, two or
three, in fact, before the day is
an hour older."
The Brother wasn't batting his 4$
gums just to give them exercis
either. People outside of ba.lm1i ff

seem tb have more conficence in
the game's future than many of
those who are in it. There's ack
tually something of a clamor tor i
franchises.
In th long run, the brothers cu.--

lomarnv respect tne ouid pro qua a

principle. You scrub my back to
day, I'll scrub yours tomorrow.
Just the same, it is, eneour?nJT"
to hear they have even toyrid
with the idea of nenalizing nrn. ;

agement. incomnetence instead efri
a city's baseba'l following.

Won't Build for Griff

You may find it intresHno rn
keep an eve on the Was'1''' ''!
Mtuation. O' reecessity. Gr 'ii 1
has run a shoddy operation 't 1
vears. Natnral'v. he hs m-.'l

standing with the fans. Moreover, m

ii our in.cuijie'1'--e service is runc-
tionins; faithfully, he hs lost fa-vo-
in high places.
The brothers are not unwir
of this particular nhase of th t?

lilftfinn- nnr An mnct actum, ia : '.

HRnpTirai pnns in wn rn ir rmn r.m mt

turned i" thv, are resolved to.keep4"!

a team m Washington.
There is a choice between a rn
vitalized baseball community, with
new stadium !nd new owner, and
bailing out still another guy who
probablv shouldn't have been in

baseball to begin with. It shouldn't,! -v
be a difficult one to hsakt anr1 m,;

any business otner tnan naseneu
it wouldn't be.
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
. THIS SPACE IS FOR-SALE
THIS SPACE IS FOR Sag
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Resorts
fOSTIR'S Cortaaei and Urf
Beach House On mil past rht
Cuin. Phone Balboa 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceentide Cottaoea
Santa Clara R de P. Pbena Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Houses
FOR RENT: Pent-house on
Avenida del Peru and 29th Street
heusa number 29-28. Telephone
3-7400 National Brewery. Three
bedrooms, etiningroom, two room
for servants, terrace, entertain entertainment
ment entertainment ball, other facilities. Price
$250.00 per month.
FOR RINTj 2 bedroom chalet,
with bathe, garage. Appropiate tor
family or business Phone 3-6167.
FOR RENT: Furnished three
bedrooms chalet, maid's room
and garage. 43th. Street No. 1 -J
07. Bella Vista $150.00. Teli.
2-3479 3-0696.
In heights of Barriada Domingo
Dial for rent three bedrooms
chalet, living room, dining room,
porch, $70.00. Call Cocoli 4567
C.Z. or 3-2517 Panama.
FOR RENi. Furnished house,
iust painted, 2 bedrooms, garage
maid's room. Mutt be seen to be
appreciated. Only $125 monthly.
Near Hotel Panama, Via Espa Espa-na.
na. Espa-na. Adjacent to Radio Miramar,
white house.
Boats b Motors
FOR SALE: 14" Ft. boat with
trailer 7Vi h.p. West bend mo motor,
tor, motor, with gas tank $265.00. Call
84-3283 or see at Qrts. 362-B
'
FOR SAME: Cabin Crusier, with
two Ch.-,-!er engines. 46 feet
long. Accomodates ten persons.
Completely equipped. Can be
teen at Colon Yacht Club (Club
Naufico) 3rd. Street and New
Cristobal. For information call
telephone 627 Colon.
CI. Athletic Club
Football Practice
The Canal Zone Athletic Club
football team will hold practice
sessions Monday through Thurs
day for the next three weeks,
adjacent to tht Balboa Railwead
station, ajf 4:00 p.m.
All eligible Athletic Club foot football
ball football team members and pros
pective new members should be
present. To qualify for the
team, individuals must have at attended
tended attended either Balboa High
School or, the Canal Zone Jun Junior
ior Junior College and must not hav ,,
reached his 24th birthday.
All football players who do
not make the practice sessions
will be eliminated from the
tqued, unless excused for occu occupational
pational occupational or medical reasons.

PROMPT
COURTEOUS
RADIO
TV-HI-FI
SERVICE
CALL
2-2374
'Till 8 P.M.
All Work
j GUARANTEED
TELERAD

For Immediate
I Rental
V
3 Room Office Suite 48 m2
Panama Insurance Co. Bldg.
Across from Hotel El Panama Hilton. Air
conditioning, electricity, elevator, janitor
and night watchman service, drinking foun fountain
tain fountain included in rent. Coffee shop in build
ing. See or phone Mrs. Mary Coleman at the
Panama Insurance Co. 3-0136.

partments

FOR RENT: Furnished and un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished apartments. Telephone
1386. New Alhambre Apart Apartments.
ments. Apartments. 10th Street, Colon.
FOR RENT: Two bedroom
apartment, living dinmgroom,
kitchen, laundry, maid's room,
garage i Alberto Navarro Street
No. 53. El Cangrejo, call tele tele-phono
phono tele-phono 2-0850
FOR RENT: Willi furnished 2
tod room apartment. Campo Ale -gre.
Before noon call Panama
2-2.1 10, after noon call Pana Panama
ma Panama 3-3290. y
FOR RENT: TKpe bedroom
Apartment, near Golf Heights and
Coco del Mar. Tel. 3-2978.
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: One bedroom
apartment, in recently construct constructed
ed constructed building, all conveniences.
Calle 50 Bet. 86 and 88 Sts.
Aprs. Amelia, phone 3-1210.
: i ,l,l';.,.-,. f
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
one furnished, hot water, near El
Panama Hotel, Campo Alegre.
Tel. 2-3341 3-3379.
FOR RENT: Modem furnished
apartment with two bedrooms, six
closets, living, dining room,
pqieTrjlcbeit td ga'rage; -in 46
street No. 2-61. For information
cll to Tel. 3-1423.
Riviera Apt. Heusa. Beautiful
two-bedroom apartment dining,
living, kitchen, porch, two baths,
maid's room and garage. Call
'-4696i fjfcm. to U"ten.
47 Nations Have
Diplomatic Ties
With Vatican
VATICMlUfn pForly pForly-seven
seven pForly-seven n i t i o n s have diplomat ir
representatives accredited to the
Vatican, an official church survey
revealed yesterday.
Of these, 33 have the rank of
ambassador and 14 of ministers
All were appointed after Wold
War II with the exception or
three "free" Polish Ambassador
Casimir Papee accredited in My
1939, Lithuanian Minister Stanislas
Girvainis, appointed t n October
1939, and Minister Filinpo Ser
lupi Crescenzi of the Republic of
ban Marino, here since Janmrv
1939.
The United States is not repre represented
sented represented at tlu Holy See, although
the Vatjcan has an., apostolic dele
efel inWsMngtonf He Hs Msgr.
Amleto Cicognani, appointed in
March 1933.
LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Esse Standard Oil. S.A., a Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Alan S. Wallace, De
fendant. Summons Civil No. 4732. Ac
tlon brought in the United States Dis District
trict District Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, and Complaint filed in the
Office of th Clerk of said Court, in
the Division above given.
To:
The Above Named Defendant:
You ate hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you
in the above-entitled action, on or be before
fore before the 24 day of October, 1958.
And you are hereby notified that un unless
less unless you do appear and answer, the
plaintiff will take judgment for any
money ofc (damages demanded in the
complaint as arising upon contract, or
will apply to the Court for any other
relief demanded In the Complaint.
It Witness Whereof I hereunto set my
hand and affix the seal of the United
States District Court for the District of
the Canal Zone, this 2.S day of August,
1958.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
WE SELL ALL
Brands of Records. .
FAR BELOW United States
PRICES.
1 2-inch LP RFX0RDS
1.35 up
New releases bimonthly.
PANAMA RADIO
CORPORATION
Across 'La Merced' Church
Central Ave. 9-14

LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OP OUR A

INTERNAL DE PI BLICACIONJOS No. 3
BARDO No. 26 "B" Street MORRISON
a viBHiru itv I ha rtnj Avm,
FARMAC1A LUX-1M Central Avenue
FARMACIA VAN DLR-JIS 50 Street No.
A THIS Beside the Delia vtsta Tussore
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1951 Austin
Healey Roadster $2,650, call
Redman 3351 after 4:30 p.m.
FOR SALE : 1 958 Chevrolet 4
door Sedan Deluxe, loss than
4000 miles. Will sacrifice, best
reasonable offer. House 765 Apt.
12. Phone Balboa 2-1515.
FOR SALE: 1955 Pontiac 2
ooor hardtop, excellent condition,
Leather uphoLtery, $1175. Can
be financed. Flume Panama.
7063.
FOR SALE: Nash 600, food
paint, good tires, good transpor transportation.
tation. transportation. Phone Balboa 2384,
5608-A, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1956 Pontiac Ca Ca-talina,
talina, Ca-talina, $1300 sedan. Phone Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 5 197 .after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1957 Oldsmobile
hard top convertible, power steer steering
ing steering and brakes, hydramatic, air
conditioned. Polaroid camera,
Zeiss Contaflex camera, German
shepherd, excellent watchdog.
Navy Pacific 3559.'
FOR SALE: 1950 Bulck, 4 door
radio. Good running condition.
$365, phone 2-2670.
FOR SALE: 1951 Packard
Tatrician, good mechanical con condition,
dition, condition, may be seen at 107-B
Albrook or call Sgt. Brown 86 86-3227,
3227, 86-3227, price $375.00.
Diplomat selling attractive-looking
1958 Mercury Montclair.
Completely equipped, 3700
miles. Reasonably priced. Can be
f:nanced. Telephone 2-1533.
From 9 to 13 a.m.
MUFFLERS
Chevrolet, Plymouth, ford $9
WheiSJM5ri rin,-
tailation.
Titoff n
Tivoli
Crossing. Tel
2-4222.
HI-FI RECORDS
CLASSICAL POPULARS JAZZ
33 13 ft. P.M.
AGENCIAS DIAZ
37th St.No. 6 A u
every wee
and Saturn
Nile until 9M p.m.
PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ANT
RECORD YOU WISH.
The Magic Super Seasoner
AJIO-MOTO
(Monosodium Glutamate)
Available now in the
Canal Zone.
Classes in Ballet Tap and
Toe TauKht by
DOR0THY CHASE
will be resumed In October.
Registration dates to be
announced later.
August 15 to Sept. IS
LIFE INSURANCE
call
JIM RIDGE
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co.,
for rates and Information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
8 DAT
LIMA TOUR
Inc. air fare, transfers, tours,
and deluxe hotel
$180
leave evy Tues. and FfL
FIDANQUE TRAVEL j
Tel. Panama 2-1661
the first and only
transistor
'PEED LIGHT
no more burned out tubes
guaranteed for life
work on flashlight batteries
ancle of 7o
only $27.50
International Jewelry
1ft 5 Central Ave.
The New
SP
NIKON
With built-in Universal
Vlewfinder System
1 I B11SSII M
I t. Ill
Panama,
Col6n

AGENTS OB OUR OFFIC ES AT 13 It "H
1 CV T
Lottery Plaza o CASA ZALDO Central
4th of July Ave. & J St. O LEWIS S
a.
O HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. F.o.

53 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Parque Lefevre 7 Street o FARMACIA "SAS" Via PORRAS In

COLON umca: I5th street ane Amaaor uuerrero no

Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Long playing
records with' 50 discount,
classic and popular. AGENCIAS
DIAZ, Calle 37 No. 6-A.
FOR. SALE: Piano, small, Up Upright,
right, Upright, $95.00. Sewing machine,
cabinet, electric $29.00. Tropical
fish, "Bettas," $1.00 each.
House 2256-B'Carr Street, Bal Balboa
boa Balboa 4474.
FOR SALE: Girl', English bi bicycle,
cycle, bicycle, almost new, very cheap.
Phone Curundu 6109.
FOR SALE: One let Christmas
cards, English and Spanish. One
let costume jewerly. National
Avenue No. 36, in passage way.
FOR SALE: Motors and parts
for Tracks, Cars, heavy equip equipment,
ment, equipment, inboard engines, electricel
and Plumbing fixtures, bolts,
screws, chain saw Gaileng.
Safety, safes, i Truckwinches, and
many other items at la 'Supli 'Supli-dora
dora 'Supli-dora Continental", 12 and 13
Street Central Ave. No. 12.179
phono 1088-B., Colon.
FOR SALE : Air compressor with
or without new B0 cycle motor.
55126, Diablo.
FOR SALE: Argus C-J com.
pleta with flash, used 3 months
$40.00. Abo G.t. exposure
meter, $10.00. Tel. 3-7755.
Real Estate
FOR SAL: Apartment building
"San Jos", Rio Aba jo No. 2192.
Enquire same building, apart apartment
ment apartment No. 1.
FOR SALE: Lot on corner of
1 500 mts.2 I front to the
church of Rio Abajo. Pawn Shop
1 15. A
FOR SALE: The last let of 350
mts2 to 3.00. Others of 450 to
$3.00 mts.2. Near to the Rio
Abajo Church. Pawn Shop Stan Stan-'ela.
'ela. Stan-'ela. 16 West. Tel. 2-1155.
FOOT REST Maybe It was
the heat or Just a desire to re recapture
capture recapture her barefoot-girl day
that prompted this aged Signora
to doff her shoes in Rome. She's
found a fairly shady spot on the
Campidoglio Hill to relax as the
Italian capital suffer through a
heatwave.
LEGAL NOTICE
,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For
The District of The Canal Zone
Cristobal Division
Lnnfffthnr Wlwnrilv RnnUtv Nn 1
Plaintiff vs. The First National City
Bank of New York, Crist6bal Branch,
Iris M. Smith, Ethleen Cavalo, Orllna
Davis. Matilda Anderson and Ellis
Brown, Defendants. Summons Civil
Case No. 2240 Action brought In the
urmea states District Court for the Dis District
trict District of the Canal Zone.
To the above-named defendants:
You are herebv reaulred to aonem
and ansVer the complaint filed against
you in the above-entitled action, -on
or before November 7, 1958.
And you are hereby notified that trrt trrt-less
less trrt-less you do appear and answert the
plaintiff will take Judgment by default
for any money demanded. In the com complaint,
plaint, complaint, or will apply to the Court for
any otner renei demanded in the com
plaint.
In Wltneaa Whereof I hereunto set
my hand and affix the seal of the Unit
ed States District Court for the District
of the Canal Zone., this Mh day of
September,
1958 at Cristobal.
Cana
Zone.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk
(Seal)
By s'David M
Deputy Clerk
Jenkins
Tn:
Iris M Smith.
Davis. Matilda
Ethleen Cavalo. Orllna
Anderson, and Ellis
Brown.
The foregoinR summons is served up up-i
i up-i you by publication pursuant to the
Order of the Honorable Guthrie T
Crowe,. Judge of the United States Dis
trlct Court for the District of the Ca
nal Zone, dated September 3, 1958. and
entered and filed In this action in the
Sfflce of the Clerk of the United Slates
Istrlct Court afor the District of the
Canal Zone. Division of Cristobal on
Rent ember .1. t":.8
Sara ie la Pena
Clerk
Bv s David M Jenkins
Deputy Clerk

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Ave. 45 o LOUHDES PHA
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de la Ossa Ave. No. 41 O
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Home Articles
FOR SALE: 12 cubic foot up uptight
tight uptight Hotpolnt feeier. Excellent
condition, $295.00. Quarters
61-B, Albrook AFB. Phong 3209.
FOR SALE: Piano. Good con condition.
dition. condition. And also other house
hold furniture. House No. 3C
o-P.
Coco Solito. Phone 8055.
FOR SALE: "K.nmora". gas
store, 42" three months used,
good price, for information house
364 Apt. D. Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: Sandblasted oak
dining room aat: round table
w2 leaves, 6 chairs, buffet,
glass-front China closet $150.
Sandblasted oak desk wcbait
$20. 5334-B Davis St., Diablo.
Call 2-3468.
FOR SALE: Kenmere electric
rotary sawing machine portable,
complete with attachment and
earring case. Price $125. I.B.M.
12" prestigie elite electric type typewriter
writer typewriter with stand, $275. Items
can be sen at quarters 1 1 3-B
Albrook Tel. 16-7188.
Hoax Causes Scurry
In Search Of Bomb
Aboard A-Submarine
GROTON, Conn. (UPI) A 27-
year-old factory worker put Uncle
Sam s security team on a tuu-
scale aleer yesterday by claiming
that he had planted a bomb under
the recently launched Triton,
the nation's first nuclear-powered
radar picket submarine.
Although the wild tale of Henry
L. Murray was later called e
hoax, Navy divers and demolition
experts continued their search of
every inch of the Triton and Nau
tilus, berthed nearby: t maje
sure there was no bomb attached
to either submarint.
The Nautilus recently returned
heiv after making an historic.
under-the-ice cap crossing of the
North Pole and setting a speed
record from London to New York.
The Triton,, largest and fastest hu:
clear submarine, was launched
Aug 19. Its nuclear reactors are
now being installed.
Security guards of the Electric
Boat Division of General Dynam
ics Corp., local police, Navy in
vestigators, and FBI agents swung
swiftly into action after an anon
ymous telephone tip was received,
mat a Domn nan been hidden at
the plant which also built the A
subs Seawolf and Skate.
Murray, carrying an armload of
prayer books, was discovered
walking near the plant shortly be before
fore before dawn. When guards anorniich-
ed him he asked: Are you from
(he FBI?
At first Murrav claimed he was
en route of deliver the prayer
books to his church, but under
further questioning he said he had
left a suitcase with a bomb in it
along a fence at the plant.
The suitcase was found. Tt was
empty except for a black tie.
Then Murray, who was wet from
the waist down, claimed that he
had fallen overboard from row row-boat
boat row-boat while planting a bomb be beneath
neath beneath the Triton.
Still later, Murray said it was
all a hoax.
Authorities said Murray lived-in
a Grot on Hotel and was. employed
by a factory in New London Po Police
lice Police discovered on checking hi
hotel room that a minor fire had
broken out there earlier in the
morning.
Police said th room was Mut Muttered
tered Muttered with religious books.. Some
of the books had been destroyed
by flames.
Murray was booked for breach
of the oeaca and taken to Nor Norwich
wich Norwich State Hospital for mentil
examination.
TRAVEL SUSPENDED
WASHINGTON (UPI) The De Defense
fense Defense Department announced
todav it has suspended travel
of military men's families to For Formosa
mosa Formosa because of the present crisis
there.
PRINCE ARRIVES
GENEVA, Switzerland (UPI)
Prince Hassan, schoolboy brother
of. King Hussein of Jordan, ar arrived
rived arrived here from london today
en routet o Launne to join his
mo'her, Queen Zeln.
The queen mother arrived in
Swizterlahd Thursday, ffom Rome
for an indefinite '- at Lausanne
to consult her doctors. ,
WIFE STABBED
TERMINI IMERESE, Sicily
(UPI) Police spread throuah the
hills nesr tndny tiafcWia
for Cirmelo Furnari, who stabbed
his wife ad riouly wtt)ct1
her when he discovered she was
writine i orti'' love letter: 'P,he
irarnrn Mrs. rurnam was writing
the letter for her illiterate sister.
SURVIVE WITHOUT WATER
BERWICK, England (UPI) -Crewmen
aboard 'he German
timber freighter Erich Hasiinser
stacreH ashor, here today 'o
report they hafl run out of drink drinking
ing drinking water but managed to last
through the final 24 hours on beer.

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De Gaulle's New Constitution
Gets Support From Socialists

PARIS, Sept. 8 (UPD Poli Political
tical Political party support for premier
Charles de Gaulle's new consti constitution
tution constitution snowballed over the
weekend leaving the commun
ists as. the general's only major
organized opposition in his ref referendum
erendum referendum campaign.
De Gaulle won his most en encouraging
couraging encouraging fckboet yesterday when
the powerful left-wing Social Socialist
ist Socialist party "Snowed without any
doubt it would back his project
for a "strongarm" government
in the Sept. 28 referendum.
Local Socialist Party federa federations
tions federations met throughout the coun country
try country and one after another
pledged a "yes" ballot when De
Gaulle puts his constitution be before
fore before the voters of France and
her overseas territories.
Only a handful of Socialist
federations decided to oppose
thjfetonstltution.
fpfeS Socialists will hold a na national
tional national convention in a Paris
suburb Thursday to take a for formal
mal formal party stand on the new
constitution.
The party (had for some time
been deeply split for and a a-gainqft
gainqft a-gainqft the De Gaullo project.
But after yesterday's near land landslide
slide landslide among local federations
there seemed little doubt which
way the big convention would
go.
Key factors in the strong pro pro-De
De pro-De Gaulle socialist movement
appeared to have been the tire tireless
less tireless campaigning by former So Socialist
cialist Socialist Premier Guy Mollet, now
one of De Gaulle's key ministers
of state, and the dramatic an announcement
nouncement announcement late last week fry
Socialist heavyweight and Mar Marseilles
seilles Marseilles Mayor, Gaston Referre,
tljat he was switching from op-
position to support for the
VUUSMVUblUil.
Meantime, the government
said today it would allow each
political party or group 10 min
utes of free time on tne state
owned s. radio-television system
t osajsjrhy Frenchmen should

Flag Winning Montreal Plays
Columbus; Runnerup Toronto
Vs. Rochester In I L Playoffs

FLAG WINNING Sports aMO
NEW YORK, Sept. oV(UPI)
The Montreal Royals and Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus Jets, who showed plen plenty
ty plenty of bounce during the regular
season, will be the teams to
watch when the International
League playoffs get underway
or two fronts tomorrow night.
The Royals, last-place finish finishers
ers finishers uit a year ago, clinched
their eighth pennant Friday
with double wiri. The Jets,
however, had to struggle to the
last day of the season to insure
a fourth-riace showing, the
highest they have ever finish finished
ed finished in the Triple-A circuit. This
was. also the first year that Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus was quallf'ed for a play playoff
off playoff berth".
Other clubs ready to compete
in the semi-finals of the Gov Governor's.
ernor's. Governor's. Cup classic are runner runner-vp
vp runner-vp Toronto and thirds-place Ro Rochester.
chester. Rochester. The two best-of-seven
series will match Montreal a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst Columbus and Toronto
against, Rochester.
Columbus earned its fourth fourth-place
place fourth-place finish by lasting Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, 9-4, Sunday. The Miami
Marlins, who had to win and
hope for the Jets to lose In or order
der order to gain the playoff spot,
ware upset, by Havana, 3-3.
WhAinmy Douglai relieved
Columbus starter Joe Gibbon in
the first inning and pitched
scoreless ball through the sixth
to gain his 16th victory of the
season The Jets, trailing, 3-3,
rallied for five runs in the sev seventh
enth seventh nix) two more In the ninth
t take the game. Bob Wlesler
was the starter and loser for
the sixth-place Richmond Vir Virginians,
ginians, Virginians, o

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A total of 46 such special
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THE ENEMY CAMP Jerome
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THE IMAGE MAKERS Bernard
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THE WINTHR0P WOMAN Anya
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INSIDE RUSSU TODAY John
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PLEASE DON'T EAT THE DAI DAISIES
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MASTERS OF DECEIT J. Ed Edgar
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government and the ruling Liber'
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convene for a 40-day session be beginning
ginning beginning Sept. 29.
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opinion In Panama, and its possible consequences. The Congressional Re cord version of Flood's latest pronouncements on Isthmian issues follows:

REP DANIEL J. FLOOD (D-
fl 1 Mr Speaker, on a mim
of occasions during the pres-
ent session 01 me uongieos, i
have summarized the critical sit situation
uation situation that has developed to the
south of us aimed at wresting
ownership and control of the Pa Panama
nama Panama Canal from the United
States and have repeatedly urged
V positive declaration by the
Congress concerning our Isthmian
policv as set forth in House Con Concurrent
current Concurrent Resolution 205, 85th Con-
: Sine the background of the
ntir subject has bttn txten txten-sivtly
sivtly txten-sivtly covertd in previous ad ad-drtssas
drtssas ad-drtssas of mine to the House
and in corrispendanca I have
had with tha Sac rata ry of
State, further comment at this
tinrva is unnecessary, except to
trass that hostile agitations a-
. 'Pt Unitad Statas control of
tha Panama Canal still conti-
; nue, especially in tha Spanish Spanish-language
language Spanish-language prass of tha Republic
f Panama and in the publie
Utterances of radical Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian leaders.
ta this connection, a very able
gUtfcment by Senator Atexander
'Wiley in the Appendix of the Con Congressional
gressional Congressional Record of Aug. 19,
1958, entitled, "America Di3'ubed
jjjrJtVwnmunist Trend in Latin A A-merica,"
merica," A-merica," quotes an illuminating
news story in the Aug. 5 1958,
issul of the Havana Post, Hava
atr Cuba.
' The statements in that ell ell-known
known ell-known newspaper are in line with
what I have heretofore express expressed
ed expressed in my addresses to the House,
and are warranted in any realis realists
ts realists consideration of the question.
Because of its "-current importance,
I quota its full text as follows:
Pram tha HAVANA POST
(Aug. 5, 1958)
Communism In Latin America
'.An-Associated Press dispatch out
m" Washington, D. C, published
in 'the Courier yesterday astated
that officials in Washington were
surprised and mystified by the
meeting between soviet Premier
Nikita Khrushchev and Mao Tze
Tung, chief of the Chinese Com Communist'
munist' Communist' Party in Peiping on July
31.
c We fail to, see why there should
Wr iny mystification.
"With the world in a sta'e of cri crisis,
sis, crisis, what is more nakiril than
that Khrushchev, master of 193
million people should dbcuss e
vents with Mao, who holds in his
hand the destinies of 602 million
Chinese.
"'"Nor can we see -any reason for
surprise in the notice served on
the Western world by Khrushchev
and Mao that they intend to inter intervene
vene intervene in the int-nal a fairs of
the countries ." Latin America.
Their s'a'enicnl -aid tha' the
two Communist leaders would give
ttierf' firm sunnort to the rVion
l'nmenender,ce 'novTts of
thepeoples f Asia- Africa, and
L4Ih America.
" When questioned with respect to
the Communist statemeni, John
Foster Dulles, United States Sec Secretary
retary Secretary of State; said that he was
tKfCk by the fact that the Rus Russian
sian Russian and Chinese Communists
were about to undertake "vjvh "vjvh-ment
ment "vjvh-ment of independence and libera libera-tiohvln
tiohvln libera-tiohvln Latin America. "I thought
thfA if they wanted lo spread in in-4Rpndence,
4Rpndence, in-4Rpndence, they could start near nearer
er nearer Bbme." Dulles adrWI.
The United States Secretary of
le s irony probably did not
rb Khrushchev and Mao.
ey have murdered millions of
Je for merely t hint-'nc of
;fjgedom and independence.
- rf tha Communists aver were
ZW fain control of a Latin A
marican country by liberating it.
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nas Deen worrying again
ministor-in the de la Cuardia
from whatever tha Communists
believe it should b liberated
from whatever the Communists
believe it should bj 1iarateci
from, that, country would than
assume the, status of a Hunga Hungary,
ry, Hungary, as vassal of tha Soviet U U-nion.
nion. U-nion.
Furthermore, it would be ex exposed
posed exposed to, the .same type of repres repression
sion repression as was inflicted ion the ritu)
garians, 40,000 of whom were
murdered by Khrushchev's assas assassins
sins assassins because they wanted to be
independent of Soviet rule.
There is, a tendency to believe
that no Latin Armncan conntiy
could be subjugated by the Com Communists
munists Communists in the same way as Hun Hungary
gary Hungary has been enslaved by Mos Moscow.
cow. Moscow. The plain reality is that with
out the armed aid of tha Unit Unitad
ad Unitad Statas, no country in Latin
America, including Brazil, could
withstand a full scale assault
by tha Communists, an assault
which Would coma after the
state in question had been
sown with fifth columns and
nasts of traitors.
That men would be prepared to
die to defend their country is be beyond
yond beyond question.
But it is not enough to die. The
simple act of dying would not de defeat
feat defeat the Russian invaders.
Another fallacy is that Russii
is too far away from Latin A A-merica
merica A-merica for it to be an effective
conqueror.
Modern" ni Ittttfs of transporta transportation
tion transportation by air and byr sea have an annihilated'
nihilated' annihilated' distance and now there
is no possibility of defense by
geography.
All that stands between any
individual state upon which
Communist Russia might hava
designs, end Moscow, Is the U U-nitad
nitad U-nitad States, of America, With With-out
out With-out whose military power tha
target country would be next
to dafanseless.
Back in 1936, the Republic of
Panama insisted on excluding
from its amended treaty with
the United States the provision
whereby the independence qf Pa Panama
nama Panama ws guaraBtefed by the U U-nited
nited U-nited States.
Those who sought this revision
said that the guaranteeing of Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's independence by the Unit United
ed United States was an offense to Pa Panama's
nama's Panama's sovereignty.
When Panama seceded from Co Colombia
lombia Colombia in 1903, the United States
Navy prevented Colombians
from landing WfcbpT in7 Panama
to quell the revolt. That is how
the United States first guaranteed
Panama's independence.
Supposing that the Republic of
Colombia now ware to demand
anschluss with Panama.
Is there any one naive a-
nough to believe that Colombia
could riot take Panama In a
matter of days? And is -anyone
naiva enough o belie va
that soma nationalistic Colom
bians have not thought many
times about such a possibility?
What is it thai Prevents (hem
from talcing action?
Certainly it i no! any fear of
the Panamanian police force.
No. it is the Uni ed S'ates of
America which is the deterrent
in the same way as it is the U U-nited
nited U-nited States of Ame-ica which,
without boaslihg, about, it or mak making
ing making statements, wfricV would of offend
fend offend the dignity of the Latin A A-merican
merican A-merican peoples, serves as the
bulwark against military aggres aggression
sion aggression by Soviet Russia against any
country south of the border.
Now the Russians are lining up
with the Chinese, to liberate cer certain
tain certain Latin American states.
It should be noted that there
are hundreds of thousands of
Chinese In all Latin American
states and undoubtedly Mao will
hope to find among them a a-gents
gents a-gents for their new policy of
penetration.
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administra tion, Ernesto Castillero. He has inserted some

Most of those Chinese have
families in Red China through
to boar on those unwilling, to
collaborate.
This statement by Khrushchev
and Mao should not be taken light-
ly.
They obviously intend to inter intervene
vene intervene directly in the internal af
fairs cf Latin American countries
and now is the time for consulta
tions to be had for the purpose
of determining what common
steps should be taken to meet
this new menace to the democra democratic
tic democratic way of lie.
(Having thus concluded the ex ex-tracy
tracy ex-tracy from the Havana Post,
Flood resumed his presentation
of his own opinions).
Before concluding this presenta
tion, I would make some observ observations.
ations. observations. It is perfectly clear that
Communistic authorities are em embarking
barking embarking on an intense effort to in induce
duce induce our Latin American neigh
bors to policies of absolute hostil hostility
ity hostility to he United States, of which
the radical demands in Panama
as regards the canal and Canal
Zone are characteristic.
While I appreciate, Mr. Speak
er, the tremendous burden impos
ed on our Department of State
by the present perilous world sit
uation, I would sespectfully sub
mitnot in provocation or chal
lenge, but because of the absolute
need for clarification that the
Department, by its long silence
in the face of dangerous agita
tions at Panama, has failed to
meet those questions as they
should have been met.
Panamanian radicals have
now misconstrued this silence
as indicating a degree of
weakness on the part of our
Government in dealing with the
Canal situation and thus have
bean emboldened in their avtr avtr-incraasing
incraasing avtr-incraasing and fantastic de demands.
mands. demands. Beyond, all qufstjqn, the United
States has been most generous in
its relations with Panama. Yet
through the extensive propaganda
that is being poured out from ra radical
dical radical sources in Panama to the
world at large, the United States
Government is being pictured as
an oppressor instead of its beqe
factor. '
In the' June 25, 'l"958, issue of
The University Student Magazine
Federation, published in Panama,
R. P., was an extensive discus
sion of the aims and aspirations
of radical elements in Panama
by Prof. Ernesto Castillero P. re recently
cently recently Vice Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Panama.
Characterized by distortion of
history, it is definite in its state statement
ment statement of permanent objective: "Na
tionalization of the Panama Ca Canal."
nal." Canal." The reason, Mr. Speaker, why
this condition on- the Isthmus
has grown to its present- dan
gerous proportions is largely be because
cause because of the failure of out De Department
partment Department of State to meet the
issues thus presented promptly
and forthright'. ly.
It is believed that Congress,
the provisions of which are also
embodied in subsequent House
Concurrent Resolution 369, intro introduced
duced introduced by Rap. Vincent J. Dellay
(D-N.J.), is imperative to safe safeguard
guard safeguard our long established and
practiced policy of complete ju jurisdiction
risdiction jurisdiction over the canal enter enterprise.
prise. enterprise. Translations of the indicated dis discussions
cussions discussions of Dr. Castillero together
with his letter of June 27, 1958,
to Dr. Octavio Fabrega fo'low
and aire commended for examina examination
tion examination by all concerned with the ca canal
nal canal sovereignty question:
(Hare Flood inserted into the
Congressional record, the fol following
lowing following story, which appeared in
Federacion, a publication of
the Panama Studen.s' Federa Federation,
tion, Federation, together with other mate material
rial material to which ha referred in his
speech).
THE TRUTH ABOUT THt
RELATIONS BETWEEN
PANAMA AND THI
UNITED STATES
Professor Ernesto Castillero Pi-
mentel, president of the Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian students' confederation in
1943 and at the present time pro professor
fessor professor at the School for Diploma Diplomacy
cy Diplomacy (School of International Rela Relations),
tions), Relations), givinj a course in rela relations
tions relations with the United States, was
interviewed by an editor of Fed Federacion.
eracion. Federacion. Here is a summary of
the ideas expounded by Dr. Cas Castillero:
tillero: Castillero: "When I mentioned in the clos closing
ing closing speech of the Second Extra
ordinary Congress of the Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian Students' Confederation
that there is a feeling that Pana Panama
ma Panama should a irrive at an arrage arrage-ment
ment arrage-ment with the United States
whereby it would collect one-hlf
of the income derived from the
canal, I referred, no doubt, to
the gross receipts.
"The sum presenting profits or
the net balance is ridiculous, due
to the singular accounting sys
tern employed in the Zone, a kind

Canal

Imam vhm r n in rv U, a Panal i
of out landish sleight-of-hand game
for those who want us to feel
that the Canal is not 'good busi business.'
ness.' business.' "But one should not forget that
the benefits received by the Unit United
ed United States because of the exist existence
ence existence of the Canal touch, at least,
upon two main fields: economics,
because the United States Mer Merchant
chant Merchant Marine and the United
States Navy avoid the long trips
via the Strait of Magellan; and
strategy, because the United
States has a military, naval, and
air base in the heart of the Hem Hemisphere.
isphere. Hemisphere. Those two advantages cannot
bo bought with forty or fifty
million a year, which is what
the Panamanians want,
"The United States and we are
partners in .the Canal enterprise
in which we have joint and vital
interests.
"Thus, article 1 of the Gener General
al General Treaty of 1936 solemnly
states: "The two Governments de
clare their will to cooperate, so
far as practicable, for the pur
pose of assuring the full and per perpetual
petual perpetual enjoyment of all kinds of
benefits with which the canal
should provide the nations which
have made its consturction possi possible.'
ble.' possible.' Up to now, only one of the
nations has fully received those
benefits, and that nation is not
Panama.
"the Canal Zone was not leas leased,
ed, leased, as some believe. Now as it
given for the purpose of having
a factory of a business establish
ed thenre to produce gains for the
United States Treasury.
"If tha Zone had boon leased
of if the canal had been con
structed as a commercial, profit-bearing
enterprise, those who
want 50 per cant of the net rec receipts
eipts receipts would have no case, as
that claim would bo unreasona unreasonable
ble unreasonable and unfair.
"But, lucky for the Republic,
the Hreaty of 1903, however on onerous
erous onerous it may he for Panama,
does not speak of lease or of lia lia-crative
crative lia-crative gams for North America
in any of its parts; rather, it
clearly stipulates in article 2 that,
the concession given to the Unit United
ed United States is 'for the cohs'iruction.
maintenance, Operation, improve improvement,
ment, improvement, and protection of said Ca Canal,'
nal,' Canal,' and nothing else.
"If is natural, then, thaV if the
Canal, besides the two imponder imponderable
able imponderable benefits which I mentioned
above, gives any kind of moneta
ry return, the country owning the
territory has a right to one-half
thereof and the less important
gains derived from the important
work. ...
"Thus, just as in moments of
hazard, danger, and uncertainty,
Panama was asked for and glad gladly
ly gladly gave its cooperation, it should
likewise, in times of prosperity
receive a share in the receipts
of the enterprise.
"We don't want charity any
more. We want justice. And mil millions
lions millions (money).
"That is what I hava taught
my students for six years, and
I shall continue to say so."
Marshal Amer and Vice Minis Minister
ter Minister Castillero talked at length a a-bout
bout a-bout the existing analogies be
tween tne huez and Panama Ca
nals, and the latter ff!srilWn i
handed to the Egyptian Chief Ex
ecutive copies of the Declaration
of the Panamanian Academy for
International Law bearing upon
this matter.
The Chief Executive ad inter interim
im interim invited Dr. Castillero to visit
the Suez Canal installations in
Ismailia where the governor of
the Canal showed him how the
canal operated and afterward gave
a banquet in his honor.
The Government of the United
Arab Republic placed a plane at
Dr. Castillero's disposal for a vis visit
it visit to the ancient city of Karnak
which had been built by the Pha Pharaohs.
raohs. Pharaohs. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Office of Comptroller General
of the Republic
Statistics and Census Bureau
(Gross and net revenue re received
ceived received by the U.S. Government
for operating the Panama Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, period of 1942 to 1956).
(In balboas)
Year v Groaa revenue
1942 115,525,82X 71
IMS 104,212,079.08
1944 81.821,337.8)
14S 68..132.07R.99
1946 66.536,225.41
1947 63,846,060 19
1948 63.808.257.22
1949 63.974,043.17
1950 66.248,807.27
1951 60,053.105.68
1952 7.373.329.00
1953 83,554.357.00
1954 83,032.832.00
1955 83.604,432.06
1956 88.677.449.00
Net revenue
l.OiH.991.65
2.396,497.05
5,367,630.75
722,1 96 ,R7
722.196. S7
820,389.83
2.622,672.75
534,374.71
lR30.1S4.29
2.027, 106.44
2,369.030 00
7,200,963.00
4.160,010 00
581,134.00
4.179.464.00
Total 1,7M,T,6SM 3S,865,561.O0
Source: Annual Reports of the
Panama Canal Company, Pan Panama,
ama, Panama, Dec. 19, 1B57.
OUR PERMANENT
ASPIRATION:
NATIONALIZATION OP THI
CANAL
The FEP (Panamanian Stu Students'
dents' Students' Confederation), and the Pa-

Claims,
Record

M A 1 s 7,m.. iiai .In wit.

aim mo .wuc, pw nvsiai ijr

of Castillero's reeent ex-
namanian people will not let up
in their demands for a really e e-quitative
quitative e-quitative distribution of the in income
come income from the canal.
The two partners in the great
Canal enterprise, who have a
joint and vital interest therein,
must receive what is rightfully
due to them in proportion with
their respective contribution to or
share in the success of the en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. Panama, besides having offer offered
ed offered tho fullest possible bene benefits,
fits, benefits, the most profitable conces concession;
sion; concession; having had to constantly
put up with lack of understand understanding,
ing, understanding, injustice, and all kinds of
prejudices against its sovereign sovereignty
ty sovereignty and dignity as a nation; hav having
ing having had to stand for tho disloy disloyal
al disloyal competition of the commis commissaries
saries commissaries and similar institutions
in tho zone, has leased for an
indefinite period an enormous
strip of land the best of it
where the imposing Canal was
built, a source of appreciable
wealth for the Yankee coffers.
But no; the Panamanian peo people
ple people cannot acquiesce to or be sat.
isfied with any more crumbs.
They want and demand justice;
that justice which is denied us
because of greed, but which will
have to come anyhow, because
the people are absolutely deter determined
mined determined in some way to fight for
it and for their dignity.
Temporarily our minimum de demands
mands demands still are the annual pay payment
ment payment to Panama of at least one one-half
half one-half of the income from the Ca Canal,
nal, Canal, as our immediate aspiration;
our permanent aspiration is and
will continue to .be the nationali-
zation of the Panama Canal.
Source: Federacion (Panama.
R. P.), June 25, 1958, paae 2.
June 27.
1958.
Dr. Octavio Fabrega,
(President of the Panamanian
Academy for International
Law, Panama.)
Mr. President: I have the hon honor
or honor to write you and, through your
worthy intermediary, to the mem members
bers members of the Panamanian Academy
for International Law, to ask you
(Them) tb please cons'der the
ionowmg proposal which I beg to
present with the hone that it mav
be approved at the next meeting
of the academy:
"The academy resolves: That a
legal and political study to made
concerning the possibilities of de denouncing
nouncing denouncing (repealing) the Hav-Bu-
nau vantia Convention of 1903
and other treaties derived there therefrom;
from; therefrom; that a 'statement of Pana
manian aspirations relative to the
Lanal be drafted which would
take into account the raquests
preseniea by the negotiating com
mission of 1953, which hava not
been satisfied; that in that state
ment the aspiration be included
that the Republic should receive
50 per cent of the gross receipts
from the Canal in its capacity of
partner in said enterprise; this
statement to serve as th basis
for a general treaty which would
replace the previous ones; that
the findings of the institution be
submitted to the national govern governments
ments governments as a contribution of the a a-cademy
cademy a-cademy to the solution of the
problem of our relations with the
United States of America; that
this material be published for the
information of the public."
The pronouncement of the aca academy
demy academy would have considerable re reverberation
verberation reverberation in the public opinion
of the country and of the conti continent
nent continent (as a whole) which sees in
the corporation a group of emi eminent
nent eminent citizens of political tenden tendencies
cies tendencies which are individually dif different,
ferent, different, but closely united 'in ev
erything that refers to the de-
fense of the interests and rights
oi our country.
The authority and prestige of
the corporation are beyond dis dispute,
pute, dispute, and its language of truth,
spoken with vigor and understand understanding,
ing, understanding, will be of inestimab'e value
in clearing up doubts, defining
concepts, and planning the future
course of action.
I am taking this opportunity to
reiterate to you the feelings of
my highest consideration and ap appreciation.
preciation. appreciation. Ernesto Castillero Pimenlel,
When a fellow is old enough to
be a girl's forher, she often thinks
he's rich enough to be her hus husband.
band. husband. MA

Larrazabal

23-death Caracas

CARACAS, Sept. 8 (UPI)
yesterday" perSOn8
A government communique

tary police, was quickly brought Under "absolute control" T w
An aide to provisional President Wolfgang Larrazabal said a "confused" situation and the
anger of a loyal throng of civilians gathered outside the Presidential Palace contributed to
the large number of casualties.

The Army, Navy and Air Force sefused to join the revolt and It soon began to collapse
INnr"on.!Lra'd WjWd-tt" Nation. The polk marched back mto thrtr

barracks. The revolt was just about over.

Civilian-: summoned into the
streets by government officials
gathered in front of the palace.
There they taunted the rebels
and shouted "traitors" at the
barricaded police.
The rebels replied with gun gunfire,
fire, gunfire, felling many.
The angry civilians, some of
whom had been armed with
machetes, finally swarmed in into
to into the barracks, and the po police
lice police surrendered.
Rebel leader Lt. Col. Juan de
Dios Moncada was granted asy asylum
lum asylum in the Mexican embassy.
Military Police chief Maj. Re Re-gulo
gulo Re-gulo Vivas Ramirez and a third
mutinous officer escaped to an another
other another foreign embassy.
Junta member Arturo Soas
said the No. -2 rebel, Maj. Jose
Hely Mendoza, had been arrest arrested.
ed. arrested. Nymphet Storm Fill,
Still Young, Whirls
South Of Bermuda
MIAMI, Sept. 8 (UPI) Hurri-
came Fifi, packing top winds of
75 mph; churned harmlessly in
the open Atlantic some 950 miles
east southeast of Miami today, tar
from any land areas.
Th Weather Bureau predicted
the small howler might veer to a
more northerly course late tnnay.
taking it well out of reach of the
U.S. mainland. i
At IE r.rfi. hurricane hunter
planes spotted, the .center, of tho
defined 'Storm at 23.0 north ana
65.? west or about 640 miles south
of Bermuda.
Fifi's top winds of 75 mph.
barely enough to keen it in the
hurricane category were blown"
ry,pr a small area near the center..
Gales, fanned outward 150 miles in
the northern semicircle and 65
miles to the south.
CZ Travelers Need
Authority For
Re-Entry tb Zone
Employes of the Panama Can Canal
al Canal Company Canal Zone Govern
ment who are traveling away from
the Isthmus are reminded that
they must have advance authori
zation to enter the Canal Zone or
copy of )eave or other travel dd
cuments authorizing entrv with
them when they are returning to
tne canal zone.
Failure to have such documen
tation may result in a delay in
their departure from the United
rftetes. ;Tbefmay also be requir
ea w purensse-a re urn ticket or
provide other securitv.
Notices to this effect are now
being affixed to all Panama. Can
ai travel and leave ; jcuments at
tne time of issue from Balboa
Heigh is.
Test Of Britain's
'Black Knight'
Rocket Successful
CANBERRA. Australia CIJPT
me nrsi test of Britain's entrv
into the race for space, t h e
"Black Knight" rocket, was sue
cessful, Australian c ipnly MinMp MinMp-Athol
Athol MinMp-Athol Townley said last nieht
Townley said the space-probmij
missiie s test nignt went off ac
cording to expectations. Teleme
tery and range instrumentation
results are being evaluated, he
said.
The Saunders Roe rocket was
urea irom the Woomera Ft-s
Ranpp- 11 was tne most powerful
s. cvn ucu umn mP aus
tr'ian ranrre
Towley said a recoverv oartv
would set out to pick up part.i of
Ua ; : i lj.l i ii.
me Hii&.iiie which ianuea iar ou;
on the Australian desert.
20,000 Marines
On Amphibious
Maneuvers
CAMP PENDLETON. Calif.
(UPI) Amphibious maneuver for
20,000 Marines of the 1st Division
and 38 w8rshins of the Parl;
Fleet will begin today of the
southern Pacific Coast.
It will be the first time the Ma Marines
rines Marines have put to usf new 28 pas passenger
senger passenger Sikorsky helicopters, which
will take off from the carrier USS
Kearsarge. The helicopters will be
used in a vertical envelopment
at Camp Pendleton.
Rear Adm. H. S Perwns, conr
mander of the Pacific Fleet's
Amphibious Group 3, will head
the amphibious task force, with
Rric Gen, A. K. Bower leading
Marine units. Th Marines will
make a practice landing on the
Silver Stand. South of Coronarto.

Read

Regime
The second attentat in 1t uppL
nd wonnded than IOC In
said the revolt, led hv mait
Larrazabal was visiting Cu Cu-mana,
mana, Cu-mana, 200 miles away in east-,,
era Venezuela, when the reb rebels
els rebels marched out of their bar barracks
racks barracks before dawn, seised the
Caracas radio station and sur surrounded
rounded surrounded the Presidential and
Miraflores palaces.
The rebels were reported dis displeased
pleased displeased with Larrazabal's recent
moves granting more freedom
to leftist political parties. He
came to power in a military
coup that overthrew dictator
Marcos Perez Jimenez last Jan January.
uary. January. The rebels also were angered
over recent dismissals of army
officers by Larrazabal and his
ruling fiveman junta.
Filz A.Gibson
Dies In Hospital
After Long Illness
Fitz A. Gibson, the father of
William (Bill) A. Gibson, Pana
ma's Consul General in Jamaica,
B.W.I., died yesterday m the Ra Radiological
diological Radiological Clinic of Santo, Tomas
Hospital after a long illness.
A retired employe of the Pana
ma Canae W,as ,67. years old
at the time of His death. A na
tive of Barbados, Mr. Gibson was
prominent in fraternal circles in
Panama, having attained the high-
est positions in the Elks and
Mechanic? fraternal- organizations.
The illness which caused his
death, had kept him alternately
in and out of bed at his home on
Fifth Street, Rio Aba jo.
In addition, to his son William,
Mr. Gibson is survived by his
Wife, RoSa, and seven more chilr
dren: Lillian, Madeline, Kleitha,
viola, Agnes, Fits a nd Joseph
Gibson, in addition to several
grandchildren.
Final funeral arrangements will
be made on the arrival of the Pa
namanian Consul, who is said to
be on a visit in the United States.
Hits Weasel Words
Misquolino FDR
WASHINGTON "(UPI) Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt charged touay
that "right to work" nrnrm
nents in California committed a
"shameful fraud on the public"
by implying with "weasel word's"
that her late husband favored such
prooosals.
She said the American public
"understands very well that
Franklin Delano Roosevelt would
never have supported such a re
actionary doctrine." She said FDR
"could not have been 'for 'right-to-work'
legislation."
Mrs. Rodsevelt issued her state statement
ment statement in reoly to California "risht
to-work" suoporters who said the
proposal followed "the principls of
freedom of choice" whicn they
asserted was endorsed by Uoosp Uoosp-velt,
velt, Uoosp-velt, President Eisenhower for former
mer former President Truman and "all
leaders of liberal thought."
The right-to-work provision bars
employers from forcing anyone to
join or remain .in a labor union
in order to get or keep a job. Its
effect is to outlaw the union shop.
Eighteen states in the Soutn, Mid Middle
dle Middle West and West have enacted
such Jaws.
The issue is a .major one in the
California election where Senate
Republican Leader William F.
Knowland has endorsed' it in his
campaign for governor of the
state.
Weather Or Not
This weather report for the 24
hours ending 8 a.m. today .is
prepared by the Meteorological
and Hydrotraphic Branch of the
Panama Canal Company:
Balboa Cristobal

TEMPERATURE:
Low 74 76
HUMIDITY:
High 07 87
(max. mph) NW-13 N-24
RAIN (inches) 1 1.07
WATER TEMP:
(inner harbors) S3 84
BALBOA All
TUESDAY, snrff. 9
High '? Low
11:48 a.m. I 5:43 a.m.
! 6:19 n.m.

story on page 7

Crushes
Uprising
in inrthni. k v.n.....i.
hours long street fighting here
mmm m.,. w m
Larrazabal flew back to Ca Caracas
racas Caracas as soon as he was in informed
formed informed of the uprising. Bul Bullets
lets Bullets whistled around his head
as a Marine guard escorted
him into the palace.
Larrazabal. whose iunta has
scheduled a fall election, hinted
at a crakdown against other
conspirators,
In a nationwide radio and
TV speech Larrazabal said?
Neither the government nor the
people can allow a small erouD
of conspirators to rebel against
me autnonwes who are working :
for the reestablishment of dem
ocratic institutions here.'
Oen. Jesus Maria Castro Leon
tried to stage a coup against)
the government lasjt July 23, buti
failed and was forced to resign!
as defense minister.
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